The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01015
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01015
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Livestock Show Sixth Grade TeacherSelden

KISSIMMEE, Sept. 27-FNS) L. Stewart of LaBelle is I

The third annual Kissimmee Valley the new sixth grade teacher in the
". CLEWISTON-SO. ENDS SATURDAY : Clewiston school his duties WITH AUBURNDALE
Range Livestock show went into, its and i iI
J Monday morning, succeeding
final of preparation this week
,1 stages
I Mrs. H. B, Magill who accepted the
'. Big news to this section was the and advance entries indicate the I ,A total of 1,761, driver's licenses position at the beginning of the I Clewiston High School Tigers

'; ," beginning of the re-surfacing of show will surpass all. pre-war showsin I were sold in Hendry County I term only until another teacher I went down to defeat in the first

",,_: Read 25 from the Hendry County size and amounts of premiumspaid. HP to today, itwas reported by could be obtained.Mr. I game of eleven-man football ever
',: line to South Bay Iby the Brinson County Judge R. M. Harris, 300 of Stewart is well known in the played by a local team at Auburn-

"", Construction Company of Tampa, I this number within the past five: county having been a resident of dale Friday night when. a heavier
actual work on which was started Free admission to the; show is expected -days. In order to reach the total LaBelle for many years. He is a and more experienced Auburndaleteam

last week and will be in full progress to draw thousands of visitorsto sold up to Oct. 1 last year, 2,016,' it former teacher in LaBelle High I pushed over two tallies and

by the first ef next week. the Kissimmee Livestock Auction will be necessary to fill 255 appli- School and is well qualified from I conversions to win by a score of

:' N. S. Emery, division engineer Market for the all-day event, sced- cations in the next two days. experience and education for the 140.

L -, for the State Road Department at uled for October 7th. Judge Harris is', of the opinion position.For Despite the handicap of inexperience -
:i :."": Ft. Lauderdale, states that work on that more permits will be sold by I the time being, at least, he a light team and the long ride
\ Held in conjunction with the
< (, the project actually got started on Florida Oct. 1 this year than were issued up I will continue to make his home in in a truck from Clewiston to Au-
f regional show is the annual
," July 18 when a dredge belonging tot to the same date last year. LaBelle, driving back, and forth burndale the Tigers put up an excellent -
Horse show which will fea-
; the Holloway Construction Com- Quarter "Saturday is positively the last each day with A. J. Evers who is fight, learned a great deal
ture colorful arena performanceunder
;:.', pany began cleaning out a borrow a old' day for civilians to buy the new employed by the United States Sugar about their weaknesses and have
lights in the rodeo grounds.
canal near the Miami canal and driver's license without taking an Corporation. been practicing hard this week to
:: starting drilling operations for marl examination first said R. E. correct these weaknesses pointingfor

.pry-: which will be used, in place of Ocala Hamrick, state road patrolman, who the game at Avon Park tonight.
limestone for the surfacing. I.t GAME WITH STUART will start Monday morning to give [ WILSON TAKES OVER Auburndale scored in the first
The dredge started excavating and tests to applicants who failed to get
quarter on a series of running plays
;':. stock piling materials'on August 1 the new permits by Saturday. '

It being necessary to provide a suf- FRIDAYiFIRST TIGER Patrolman Hamrick said there I AS MANAGER OF INN but that after momentarily this score dazzled their the defense Tigers

ficient stock-pile marl well in would be no extension of time granted "
: tightened and play see-sawed back
advance of paving preparations in beyond the Oct. 1 deadline. Since I
HOME' APPEARANCEClewiston's and forth in the center of the field
:order I that it would have time to dryEr Oct. 1 falls on Sunday, licenses must FIRST OF NEXT WEEKJ. '
until the third quarter when ,Au-
: out and thus permit traffic to use be purchased by Saturday, 5 p. m.,
,; :- the road while it is under construc which is closing:; time at the county burndale cashed in on a long pass

..,.",' ". tion. High School Tigers judge's office where licenses are is- C. Wilson of Miami will as- fbr another counter. The Tigers'closest )
their football approach to the Auburndale ;,
i-:< It is understood that the present opening home season sued. The only persons exempt from : sume the management of the
:.' J here next Friday-night face a form- clew-I' goal line was the fifteen yard line. 4
: : roadbed, probably the roughest taking a drvier's test after Oct. 1 iston Inn on Sunday, '
:'" 'piece of surfaced road in the state, idable Stuart team and while the when applying for a new license are succeeding R. A. Manning who resigned Statistics on the game were not ..i\
::: will be thoroughly scarified and local team, light and inexperienced, service men and women. the position last week and available but the Auburndale passing ,

levelled before any: surfacing material go into the game as the underdogs State Public Safety Director J. J. returned to his home in Hollywood, attack, particularly short passes Ij

f;1;' is applied. It will then beD they expect to make a good showingfor Gilliam declared Monday that any- it was announced this week by Wm.C. clicked nicely and accounted for .)

:: given a penetration coat of asphalt home town fans. one who drives a car after Oct. 1 Owen, president of the Clewistou !' considerable yardage. Yardage gained 'j
: and surfaced with slag rolled into The probable line-up for the game without a new driver's permit is Hotels Company.Mr. on 'the, ground was closer but the 1
- ; 'r; of for Clewiston is as follows: to Wilson Tigers were behind their opponents Ain ;
... loot asphalt, the same type construction subject arrest. Drivers who have served as assistant
.- .. used in most roads of the Left End-Pape, 145 1943-44 permits issued either in manager of the Tampa Terrace in both first downs and yardage I
Left Tackle-Tolbert, 140 gained. The Tigers completed two :
state. Florida or another state may exchange Tampa for five years ending about
'. So far as is known this is the 'Left Guard-Poole, 150 them for new ones without three months ago when he left to short passes. }
:', second time only that native marl Center-Conkling, 150 taking examinations, providing they take a position in Miami. He has Outstanding performance was :l)

has been used for a base instead of Right Guard-Beardsley, 150 do so before Oct. 1. After that they the advantage of many years experience -I turned in by Melvin Torbert whose ,'

: Ocala limestone. The other occasion Right Tackle-Holland, 165 will, have to pass tests also, on in both restaurant and ho- tackling was vicious and sure' during
was the six miles of road from Right End-Conover, 165 physical fitness and driving abilitythe tel management.Mr. the entire game.

25 to Moore Haven on Road 67. I Back-McLeod, 130 same as if they never had a li- Wilson will be assisted in the The line-up for Clewiston: Pape,
.,,.:. Back-Martinez,. 150 cense. hotel management by Mrs. Wilson le; Torbert, It; Blount, Ig; Poole, I
.. -f, Clewiston Garden Back-Wilcox, 165 I who is also thoroughly familiar, with center; Holland, re;' Thomas, rt; >
Back-Waldron,. 135. details of the work. Beardsley, rg; McLeod, qb; Sullivan, .
4 /_'; Club' Held.First ,-j .' s Season' tlcke},:are/'now on saleand I Mack ,, ul wood.1Is. Ilh; Wiled:*, rh: Waldron; fb. :4
: {'C" -' -',' may;, be purchased:from' 'members- Injured In Action The Tigers play Avon- Park, :victors ;1
:, Market
.f'V; <: Meeting, Thursday of the Girls Varsity Club. Seating Managers To over Moore Haven 28-7 in their *

j, ", accommodations ,will likejy be pro- Have State-Wide season opener last Friday night, on '
-- vided by that night. Tht complete Casualty lists' in Thursday papers the Avon Park field tonight.
"(:.- The first' .meeting of the Clewis- home schedule is as follows: first listed Pfc. Mack W: Fullwoodas Meeting Oct. 5.6 :
:1 ton Garden Club as called by the Oct. 6-.st: art. injured in' action in the Euro- New
Children Books In
-, new president, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Oct. 13-Moore Haven. pean theatre.
, t'-;, was held Thursday afternoon at the However information from rela- JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 27 Clewiston
Nov. 3-8t. Peter and Paul. LibraryFuzzy
: FNS .: William
Community Center. ( ) L. Wilson directorof
Nov. 10-Palm Beach B. Team. tives here indicate that his injuries
:' Mr. Risk, manager of the Agri- Nov. Okeechobee.. were received sometime ago and Florida Farmer's: Markets an-
; : culaure Insecticide Company of Belle he has already been awarded the nounced this week that plans were and His Neighbors-Jose

# .;', f ) Glade, was guest speaker and after Purple Heart. Indications are that completed for the statewide meetingof F. Nonidez.
" ', that the members Community Church market and officials to Kari-Gabriel Scott.
:',: a brief talk urged he is getting along alright and they managers
-"-:' ;. ask him questions. He gave many Observes Rally Day are hopeful that he will be able to be held in Tampa October 5-6. Greylight _: Anne Bosworth
,Zh... comments Greene.
helpful and interesting return home soon. Governor Spessard Holland, chair "
i ;: and answers to the many queries man of the State Agricultural Marketing I A Child's Day, a book' of rhymes-

:a' ?: sent his way. He also gave the Members of the Community Church I Board under which state farm- Walter DeLaMar- -.. ,
"' ,;:: members an idea what to begin School taking part In the Rally Day ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N N N:N:N:N 1.:..:..:..:-:..:..:N:M:M I er's markets operate, and Nathan Robin On The Mountain-Charlie

': ; planting at this season of ,the year program last Sunday became ac Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture, May Simon. x't
'j' their gardens. quainted with the activities of the :
\ in
-, victory L. M. Rhodes, Commissioner of the Wanda and Greta at Broby Farm ,
:i 1 )lrs. G. B. Rackstraw, horticultural Presbyterian Board of Christian WithOur State Marketing Bureau and two -Amy Palm. 4
: : ,4'i chairman, brought specimens Education which' sponsored the pro- other members of the board are expected -
. ., Old Peter's Russian Tales-Arthur '
.; ;'. of plumbago and the Chaste tree for t gram. The board is one of the four to attend. 1:
.. her plant identification talk. She administrative boards of the Pres- +---- ,t "I
:' .,f also spoke on the propogation of byterian Church (U. S. A.) It is g Boys Would Thousands Big Fellow At Work-Dorothy ,
., Easter lilies which should be started responsible for leadership trainingand Walter Baruch.
.,n'Vl at this season. the maintenance of Church Of Visitors To FloridaMIAMI The Sandman: his farm storles- '

) -;:' Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, conservation Schools. To carry out its objectivesit t in theSerY1Ce Wm. J. Hopkins. '

'.-t ", chairman, announced that Dr. maintains seminaries where ministers How They Carried the Mail -
,.:'4 R. V. Allison, ,head of the Belle missionaries 'fad other t Sept. 27-(FNS)-Pre- Joseph Walker, ]
;, \ Glade Experimental Station has. con- Christian leaders are educated. To dicting that the Everglades National The Wonder Clock-Howard
' '" sented to speak at the October help young people the board holds I Park and the proposed million :

i. meeting on "Soil Conservation In summer conferences, junior-high dollar marine laboratory and Pyle.
the Everglades" and urged that all camp work :conferences, youth R l ,R h a+M aquarium to be established on Vir- Olaf, Lofoteli' Fisherman-Con

; members plan to attend and bring caravans and at a large number of ginia Key would bring thousands of stance Wiel Schram. :

'd- interested guests to share this important colleges, and universities support ":":":':':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":",":":":--:":-:": visitors to the State in the postwar Canute, Whistlewinks Zacharias ::.

talk. university pastors who counsel Pres- period, Ernest F. Coe, executive director Topelius. '

Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. Carl byterian and other students. Leader- Somehow we've missed seeing and of the Everglades Park As- Fairy Tales from Brazil-Elsie 1
':. Ziler, Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. G. ship training classes and courses are talking to S-Sgt. Leroy Hare since sociation urged Floridians to get Spicer Fells. {
H. Brown were hostesses at this first sponsored by the Board of Christ- he returned home last Monday but whole-heartedly behind these pro- Lin Foo and Lin Ching-Phyllis ;

, ; meeting of the club year. ian Education to :do their part in he'll be here three weeks and we're jects and insure their completion. Ayer Sowers. .
',. Regular meetings of the club are reaching the 17 million boys and girlsof looking forward to a long talk before i According to present plans, the Umi, the Hawaiian boy who be- ;

,", 'held on the fourth Thursday of each school age in America who are he leaves. Leroy wasn't in ; Virginia Key feature would consistof came Kind Robert Lee Eskridge. :'
month. The October meeting will without any kind of religious in- England but a few months but he four related projects. Besides I Know A Surprise-Dorothy Wal,1

,I, ,' bejon: October 26 and Mis. Beardsley struction. The board also operatessome had plenty of experience while there what would be the world's largest ter Baruch. ''
. ; 'will hare charge of the program. schools for colored childrenand and we can well imagine that he's aquarium, it would include a marine Flat Tail-Alice Gall and Fleming -

.. .'\ ; I foreign groups. glad his thirty missions are over and laboratory for scientific research, a I Crew. '
!, ;'. ;{ CADET CLUB DANCE Promotion exercises were includedin he's able to be at home once again. marine museum and swamp gardens Fireside Stories -- Veronica S. r

.,, the Rally Day program. Marjory That he has had experiences is definitely displaying Everglades wild life. Hutchinson.
I The regular dance at the Cadet Brown, Jay Carroll Miner and Rob- proven by his collection of a It has been estimated that the Wallie, the \Valrus-Kurt Wiese.A .

j Club last Wednesday night was well ert Weetman were promoted to the DFC and Oak Leaf Cluster while Everglades Park, which would he Dayan Skates-Hilda Van
: .-, ittended. Girls are cooperating Primary Department. Joyce Bartz, serving as a fadio-gunner aboard a the nation's only tropical national Stockum.

Icely as dancing partners for the Eugene Fuller, Charles Gerickp., B-17 while (dropping the most expressive park, would realize $100,000,000annual Chicken World-E. Boyd Smith.
:: ervice men and new gills are at41 Clara Jones, Joyce McDonald: kind of good will pamphletson revenue for the State, and Down Down' the ountain-Ellis

ending each week. The usual dance Janice McGill, Edward Musgrave, Germany-blockbusters filled 1.000000 in gasoline tax alone. Cieclle.
fs planned for next Wednesday even- Norma Perry and John Rodgers with TNT. Coe pointed out that 41,000,000 Miki and Mary-Maud & Miska
ing.' I joined the Junior Department-Shirley Americans visited their national Petersham. ,

41 ( I Benbow, Ann Prewltt, Mary Lois A promotion recently for George parks in 1911 according to figures Animals in The Sun, -W. W.. Rob.

\ GIRL SCOUT NEWS Hawkins, Ann Slonaker, Robert Bestor at Camp ,,Sjebert.! It's now i released from Washington. inson. _
Berner and James Johnson became Sgt. Bestor and our> congratulations! : The Race-Clement, Hurd.
Callie Davis and Lucille Rogers members of the Intermediate De *,; : '. T RATIONS READY Manuelito of costa'.Rica-Zhenya
are'two, new members of the Girl partment. Patricia Bailey, Charles Ensign Win. C.' Owen, Jr., of the I & Crespi Gay. ;
u Scout troop. and Lucille has already Benbow and Eugene Mills passed to U.S.N.R.. returned Wednesday to The rationing office announces Little jeemes Henry-Ellis Cre-
'- h,: 'passed her tenderfoot test. Plans the Senior Department. During the Plattsburg, N. Y., where he is stationed I this week that new fourth quarter dle.
were made to sell Christmas cards Bummer six boys and girls attended after spending a furlough here T rations for trucks are now ready Auntie &; Celia Jane, and Mild -
,t and everyday greeting cards. An junior high camp and' summer con- with his parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Wm.I and truck owners may secure their Maud & Miska Petershnm.,
':t' Interesting story was read to us and ference. C, Owen coupons by calling at the office. Candlelight Stories Veronica
1 each girt will write a play about'this ( I Hutchinson. '

.'story. The Coast Guard's motto: Semper' bars'. A. H. King informs us this Tomorrow is the last to luy'your MRS. W.. L. LOTT, j
ueanne" Bartz, Secretary. Paratus-Always Ready (Continued on Page 10) drivers' license. Librarian,

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-== 'Ttvas Sincere Praise

Gems of Thought ; n 1]1EENiOUds D :.--.: --- Builder
-- fflffll t .L =:: ". Had for His Son ,

who love deeply nev-; ; 1" ;:
THoSE --
grow old; they may die p L .. v small McPherson started to build a
but die -- outhouse. He worked from
of old age, they young. -.:: .
-Sir Arthur Wing Pinerq. 6tfrPtt& the inside and having the ma-
I .WHITE W.N.U.'Thanks .:FEATURt5have terials close at hand, the walls

Whene'er a noble deed is wrought, THUS TAR Lieut. Col. have done. We were, rising fast when dinner-time
noble THE STORY : I for all you been for nothing. There are
Whene'er is spoke a thought
Our souls in glad surprise Frank Kurtz: pilot of a Flying Fortress, i have tried, but we are finished.' the hangars, split wide ,open-six or arrived, and with it his son Jock.
tells of that fatal day when the Japs Gravely and with bitterness.. With honest pride in his
To higher levels rise. of his I ( seven Forts burning merrily. Also eye,
-LONGFELLOW.If struck in the killed Philippines.while fleeing Eight for shelter "I ask him ,why he and all his the water tower is hit. Profession- McPherson looked at Jock over
men were boys don't come out with, us. We'll ally I the wall and asked: "Hoo
circumstances lead me I and Old 99, with many other Forts, admire it as one of the best d'ye
find room for him in the planes, bomb think I'm getting on?"
will find where truth is hid.- was demolished on the ground. After runs I've ever.seen. The Japs
escaping to Australia, what Is left of the Then we can continue the war from seem to have made a perfect job of "Famous, feyther, but hoo dae
Shakespeare.The squadron files to Java, where they go on Australia.-. He shakes his head. cutting off our retreat-but no! ye get out? Ye've forgot the door."
strongest man in the worldis many missions over the Philippines and "Now our boys are loaded in the There remains a single Fortress! One look showed McPherson
he who stands most alone. the Java sea. The boys In Java hear truck, and presently we're out on "It seems Lieutenant Vandevanter that his son but ,
,was right,
what happened to the Marblebcad and
Henrik Ibsen. Dutch the main highway, headed across managed in the nick of time to kindly, at him, he said: "Jock
the Houston and morale sags. The ,
Java, but just then'.we. hear a familiar get her off the and flew out
The making of friends is the blow up their ammunition dumps and you've got a grand heid on ye!
token of a man's success in life. the order comes through to evacuate.The drone" Jap dive bombers. to sea until the raid was over. Luck- Ye'll be an architect yet, as sure
-Edward Everett Hale. little Dutch navy fights a losing fightIn Smelling their way into Java, ily they sent only bombers, and no as your father's a builder."
the dark. Java collapses.. Sgt. War- they've finally found, this field. It's Zeros which could shoot him down.
renfeltz never gets his ,money. only luck they hadn't found it be- Here he is now, perched on the edgeof =
fore. Our boys crowd against the the field.

Crocheted Sacque CHAPTER XIX tail'gate of the truck to watch them "But at the utmost he can carry wiliyaj
peel off one by one, assume that only a third of us. I dispatch about ,

Ties; Is Seamless "When, said I hadn't got it, he '40-degree angle toward the ground, fifty in the trucks to Madiun Field,
let go the little egg, pull out of their hoping it that
said if it ever did come through, Iwasn't isn't blown up, and
dives and then-r-r-r-umpf, the bomb builds the
two Forts the Colonel tells
tOe open it until he got back, me are j
tC pt takes hold. It punctuates the lesson due in from Australia them
; or something like that. He'd meant can get versatileee
we'd been trying for days to'
word of it and yet now it
a 4 every out."And
home to the Dutch infantry
l1r seemed he didn't want me to see it. now we have a bonfire of
I couldn't understand. But it didn'tseem generals-that the field was now un everything'we couldn't take with us,
A w to matter. Because what did tenable. It was only the weather but which ,we don't want the Japsto
which kept the Japs' out of it yesterday -
: any letter matter, now that we could have-all our phptographs, every
--- 'talk, all we wanted to, around the official paper, the entire records of / Light Truck
\jg ; world?" "But now we have worries of our the 17th Pursuit Group for the Java /Passenger Car
; own. There are seventy-six of us and / Light Tractor r,
( "It was long after midnight whenwe Philippine wars. It all goes I
in this little 'caravan-fifteen! of in : /Power PlantdI&I57EN
finished, said Frank. "But it up those flames on Jockstrap
was some satisfaction to know it Field forever-except what the few ,
would cost the Japanese maybe five remaining boys standing around that
hundred dollars, and I only hopedI'd fire can remember of what the others -

trr be out of Java so they couldn't did. r' TANNED {
collect from me. "But just as the flames were leaping DARK } I NL4rhtenstanneddarkblotehr

"Then I got back to work on the highest, the air-raid siren start- skin, externally caused thi.
Dutch military, who of course were ed to, scream. We dived for a drain- r easy Dr. ,FRED quick-acting Palmer's way Skin Usa

A up all that night. They knew what age ditch, and I think I got my I .' Whltonor Ifnotiatis6edMonyBack.7 days aa directed
,-'y7. H 1t was coming tomorrow even if the worst scare of I the war. Becauseup lie at droijfpsU Free. Sap,,.,
r civilians were only beginning to sus- above were two Zeros approaching ;; Ucpt.* T.Box 264, Atlanta,Ga. I
pect. It was two' o'clock in the and down here on the field was DR.SKIN FRED PALMER'S WHITENER
4 '. morning when I got Major Fisherout our solitary Fortress our last
of bed with the news that already chance to escape-sitting in front,of
the landing barges' of one God and everybody (including those .
flank of this invasion force had been Japs) mother-naked and defense SNAPPY FACTS

sighted right off the beach. less. How long I held my breath, .
"After a final desperate call to i' staring up into the sky, I couldn'tsay ABOUT

f: the Dutch General van Oeyen, he now. But for some reason they I
agreed our boys might leave, turn- hadn't dived on us yet, and then
ing their P-40's over to the Dutch when one rolled up to let the other dtiRUBBER
fighter pilots, provided that before take a picture I realized it was onlya

they: went they strafed the Jap land- recco flight, to take the damage
ing barges. they'd done a few hours' before.

"So I rustled two cars and a truckto "I began loading the boys into Tests have shown that a single
. For That Pretty Baby transport them, and by four that plane., But I did one final thing.I skid may take 100 miles off the
; I T'S a darling of a little sacque- o'clock we were headed for Gnoro. couldn't forget, Captain Anamaet, life, of a tire. The loss will be .

" crocheted of white baby wool "Again we telephoned Van Oeyenin standing there on that Gnoro Field greater with tires made of ..
:: and edged in pink wool. The tiny Surabaya to tell him the orders watching us pull out, and if I'd, synthetic rubber.A .

L, rosebud sprays are embroidered had been obeyed, and he told us reluctantly wanted to, the others wouldn't have
on'the completed garment in pas;= to bid them Godspeed and let me. So with the Dutch ,liaison B..F.. Goodrich official be- e

tel silk floss' in colors. The circular good luck; they had fought the good officer there Jockstrap, we made lieves rubber that is before natural in
L jacket, which ties with satin fight, and those who returned from arrangements that if tomorrow nightwe again'aVQilable '
quantity the i will
'.' ribbon under the arms is excep- this mission were now free to go to could get any planes through
so improve the 'quality of
tionally easy to crochet as it is Australia. If there was a way. from Australia, they would circle our '
rubber that
synthetic it Ill
done all in one .piece., There are "I hoped there still would be. The old bomber field at Malang. The be equal, to the former for
.. no seams. Colonel had told me the day before liaison officer was to notify Ana-
many uses.
To obtain complete* crocheting* instruc- that if I could get them across Javato maet, so that if his Dutch fighter .
tions for the Circular Crocheted Sacque Jockstrap-by noon, they.would pilots could get there, and Malang It's Important to put your spare
(Pattern No. 5759) color chart for em find three Fortresses which he had wasn't by then in"Jap hands, they In service when making periodictire
broidering rosebuds send 16 cents in coin, ordered back from Australia to pick would light a bonfire on its field as switches. In that Way the
address and the
your name pattern num.
them up. However, he couldn't guar- a signal that it was safe for our wear is distributed over five

ber.Due to an unusually large demand and antee that these Forts would dare It was two o'clock in the morning Forts to come in and pick them up tires instead of four. q
current war conditions slightly more time wait on that field beyond noon."The' and take them out to Australia,
when I, Fisher out of bed.
got Major
Is in orders for few of
required filling a Dutch pilots are grave, but where we'd have another ,chance to
the most popular pattern numbers.
they make welcome.,, them pilots. We have only one road fight the war together. .
,Send order to:
your "Then comes the roar of P-40's map, so the drivers' instructions are "We kept the date. The next night

SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK and here is the first flight-in out of to drive carefully and stay to- Captains Bill Bohnaker and Eddie

530 South Wells St. Chicago. the Rising Sun as though fleeing gether. It's a long drive at the Green slipped through ,to Malang.For .

Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to from it. Jack Dale is its leader. speed we can make. A close,squeezeto forty-five minutes they circledour
i cover ,cost of mailing) for PatternNo We grab them. What happened? make it by' noon. Then, in spiteof old field. But there was no I

"It looks bad, they tell us. There the road map, we get lost-not bonfire. Maybe Anamaet's boys had
Name were so many barges. And when badly, but two or three times we died during the day, giving their all I
they started spraying them, the must backtrack. Then I see we'll for Java. Maybe they'd got to the
Address barges threw up horrible cones of never make it by noon. The boys, field just ahead of 'the Japs and

Y. fire, in great masses. There was a tired from many weeks of fighting, were ,now prisoners, unable to light
'<' cross fire, too-from Jap shore bat- try to doze standing up in that jolt- their bonfire but listening in the r"
c teries, already landed. At last they ing truck. I don't sleep, but I darkness as Bill and ,Eddie circled
had set their ugly, crooked teeth have nightmares. At every crossroads and circled above them. What hap-
',"' into the fair white coastline of Java. I wonder if lightning-fast light pened we never knew. But I'm

.: "Then Jack said, in a low voice, Jap tanks mayn't come sliding in glad we couldn't have foreseen thatdarken'ed
.. 'When in hell will we get out of on us. Even if we had time to turn field at Malang as we all

here, Frank?' and run before they open fire with climbed into our own Fortress,
'.'. "' c1s '; ee. "I said I had news for him, but their turret guns, they would have turned off the Jockstrap field, and what a difference'

just then the next flight comes roar- cut off our escape to Jockstrap."My headed east for Australia, flying intoa

Itil O'edar CONTEST ing in-it's three Hurricanes flown watch hand races toward rising moon." a few cents worth
Y, Get Fntry IElanl by Dutch pilots, all that is left of noon and we're still hours from "Nothing much was going to hap-

;;4 at Your Dealer's( the Dutch Air Force this final day, Jockstrap,'but I have an idea. We're pen on that flight to Australia," con- of
0 tadar Nsbonal Fa7 except of course they had plane- not far from what shows on my tinued Frank, "although we couldn'tknow
ttanockankt Salo i less pilots who were to take up our map as a fair-sized town which it. All had to cram forwardfor
abandoned P-40's. should have telephones from which, the takeoff, of course, for with

Contest Closes Midnight October 18 "Now here's the third flight, buzz- while the boys have lunch, I can that big load in the rear we'd never
,-.' ing in low-P-40's this time, and the call the Colonel and tell him we'reon have got her tail up. We manned
:,;::;) American boys still have their old our way-that those bombers battle stations, and only after we

>, spirit left because they buzz up the, must wait. were halfway across the ocean did

.: ?' drome, come roaring in right over "The town is a sleepy little place the gunners leave their turrets. I
; Zt/IuJSu/ the roof of the operations officefora built round what at a quick glanceone rode up in the pilot's compartment,

J \ fOR MOK: cm$ AID PAIlS\ OF fighter pilot it's like knocking at might mistake for'a Middle I and there were at least seven of
.our RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO the door. They're still the old 17th Western courthouse square. War us there, three sitting on the floor.

: Pursuit Group-or what's left of hasn't touched it, and you'd think "At two o'clock in the morning we ,

them."I could never come. In the hotel they sight the coast in the moonlight, 4rEO A.rr,
looked at the P-40's. They are stare at our uniforms-they're the which gives it a ghostly hue. It's .

so full of holes they' should be con- first American ones they've seen. just flat desert, but, finally we find MY yf >
demned-there is hardly one the The boys order, while I hunt a tele- the little town of Broome. We circle -
Dutch would dare take up again. We phone to call the Colonel at Jock- it and finally a flare path breaks

were leaving them little enough. strap. out below-they're tossing kerosene
"Now my boys are gulping coffee. "But minutes tick by and they flares out of a moving auto to showus
Large BottleU.oki&ui.ta|'iz2-Small Size GOt They grab an apple each and sand- can't locate him. Nor anyone else the runway, so we circle and
:. AT HI GOOD HBOC STORES 81 IT Mill.rtctlpl Jt'McNEIl wiches to take along, and cram who can deliver 'a message that we come in. 44 1
DRUG I: CO. lac JACISOXIIllE 4. FlORIDA things in their bags, and I supposeit's are coming,. and those bombers "I couldn't sleep. The mosquitoeswere

.-- time for goodbys. ,Captain Ana- must wait."They're. making me, groggy, and also I
maet, leader of the Dutch fighters, all tired 'in the cars, was thinking of our planes circling I ';'\;
I tall, thin, dark-haired, with a finely there's no wrestling or kidding, Malang Field for Anamaet. Aftera
chiseled face, nervous like many which is amazing for fighter pilots. while I got up and looked out the __
r fighters, is standing, silent at one Finally I know from the map we hangar door. The first pale dawn It costs only about I5c and takes only
side. His Dutch boys are with him. must be approaching Jockstrap.But was breaking over Broome, whichI few minutes to inoculate an acre of
"What can we say? Our American on what side of the town is the could now see consisted of a gen- vetch, winter peas, clover, 'other
t- have fought with them like waste minutes station two houses legumes with N1TRAGIN; yef/'it frequently -
boys field? We can't precious eral store, a gas doubles You
brothers,for weeks. We're now mak- uselessly fighting its narrow and this hangar shack-perched out yields, richer feed profits.Get NHfKAGlN get bigger

ing a dash for safety."Anamaet streets. here on the edge of nothing, where from your seed supplier.Write today
, Keep the Battle Rolling is the courageous one. I "Then, to one side, I see leaping the red sand desert of Australia for free legume booklets.TBENITRACINCO.Si31I&000THST .
He walks forward, puts up his hand, flames and a column of smoke. meets the blue salt desert of the sea.
( ;With War Bonds and Scrap and says simply, without a quaver, I "And .' at first it seems all 'to (TO BE CONTINUED) .,f AILWAUKEEWIL

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., Over 500 Songs WrittenOn Velveteen Jumper-Type Dress I

Life of Abe Lincoln ileAu hil
Rates] High With College Girls

The more than 500 songs on ther'
life of Abraham Lincoln constitute
; the largest number of musical
compositions ever written about By CHERIE NICHOLAS Happy Choice Fine Is Right

.y: one man, says Collier's. I Joan-So your cousin married that
.. .,, "n Reuben-Oh, Edward! Wasn't \
; : They consist of approximately ; "w'tr'! : :e ry; yy (<\\'p, v yy', y'b "v, plump little girl who giggled so much? yesterday a fine day for an auto .
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\ : 420 nomination and campaign .Jasper-Yes, he believes in a short trip? '
I ,
.' pies presidential numbers icife and a merry one. ,
; :'' Edward-Yes, I' got a fine for ;
': emancipation selections and minstrel speeding, one for running through '
.< and comic compositions; and Step Farther a red light, and another for over. -
'', "
: about 80 funeral marches and me. Joan-That piece I .just played time parking.
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morial hymns. was very difficult.

Jasper-I wish it, was impossible -
Multiple Births Strictly So I

"Dolly purposely fell off the
The number of multiole ,births

. ,;: ',), In the U. S. since 1920 has aver- boat so that young millionaire
A one-way street is one on whicha could rescue her." .
aged annually 21,747 sets ,of twins,
,': ,; 218 sets of triplets, and three sets motorist is bumped from the "Yes, she told me it was a busi-

'.\ ,";. of quadruplets. rear only. ness trip."

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quality and purity guaranteed when you' 1(110W/MI \
buy St. Joseph Aspirin world's largest
'. seller at 10. Demand St.Joseph Aspirin. GO/NG TO BUY


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:' ... ; for Malarial Symptoms.HEARTBURN. If you have an old windshield manufacturing skill that have

/-< j jJ1 wiper, it may be used when wash- helped us do a good warjob will

l ing the windows of your home. be applied to the production of,{

: -.- fine radios for civilian use. '

h, ;I .. Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back To clean berry stains from the I A great line of table and portable -.,
When excess stomach ncid causes painful suffocating teeth, bite into a cut lemon.I
stomach and heartburn,doctors usually models farm and combina-
gas sour sets
prescribe the fastest-acting medicines known for (Hope, your face straightens out.)
a ptomaticrehef-medicineslikethoseinBell amTablets. -.- tions will be available right after
No laxative. Bcll-ans brings comfort 1 in a
: to jiffy us.or 2Sc double at all your:?:t'l.back on return of bottle If new tin pans are greased and the war. It'll be worth while-

put into the warm oven before waiting for Clarion!,
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FOR QUICK RELIEF registers a decided ::-#. -.- 'J
THIS year :: :::AII'A
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change in college-girl fashions.No ia Wfl I paper spoonsin :.
.' longer is the careless happy-go- I the medicine chest. Use for doling \, C w
A Soothing S A LV ra lucky type of dress accepted as good >: ':X >>:$ I out fish-liver oil and medicinesand
ANTISEPTIC &. form. This season it's farewell to you won't have to worry about I

,l'' i f Used by thousands with satisfactory re- the casual type of dress that has : '14P. ill-tasting or stained silver spoons.
,& I' .
c. suIts for 40 years-six valuable ingredi- been carried even to the point of ; ":"" :. <* .

'..... '.. ,;, ents.Spurlock-Neal Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores, Tenn.or writo looking untidy and it's "in" for the Lo- !I Slip an oiled-silk' bowl cover I ,
/( wwm- over the hand wheel of a sewing J '
jJ'I well-groomed ladylike look.
_, machine. Keeps small children
.., Of all the, campus fashions that 'Pinwale corduroy, such as fashions -
from their and 1
getting fingers
are getting the spotlight this fall,it's the attractive frock to the left, RADIOWARWICK -
: F RHEUMATIC I PAIN hands caught when it's turning. j..
v :> the jumper-type dress that standsout has hosts of admirers among the -e-

.. Need Dot Spoil year Day-Get after It NowDon't as everybody's favorite. It takes I campus set, because of its sturdiness -, I Should the cane seat of a chair MANUFACTURING CORP. ,:

,," .'. pain put of off muscular getting C-2223 rheumatism to relieve class honors not only because it has and washability. Also it has sag, wash it with hot water, then 4640 W.Harrison Street,Chicago 44,Illinois .
the "looks" that win but the fact the smart and attractive
i';; and other rheumatic pains. Caution: appearance set it out in the air (not in the "
Use only as directed. First bottle that it is so thoroughly practical because which every well-dresse'd collegianand sun) to dry. The cane tightens' as
purchase price back if not satisfied. ,of the interchangeable sweaters .career girl covets. The popular it dries.
: 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. and blouses that can be worn pinafore styling is given to this -.- I

with it. Since it is adapted to many- pretty jumper-type dress which be- When setting posts, dig the holea I

purpose wear, the jumper frock is speaks youth in its every detail. The foot deeper and fill the bottom ,

[': > "ALLlN"1-FAGGEDDUT? the ideal choice of the college, school dress is made of, dark blue pinwale with rocks. This gives ground wa-

and career girl. corduroy enlivened with red peas- ter a chance to drain away from

: Time was. when the 'jumper frock ant embroidery,on the bob with a the post, thereby helping ,to, pre-
,... f Do you feel "all in",and ready to sleep I
after a' day's work? Would you like to was regarded as, being more or less repeat trimming around the arm- serve it.
,' ', get rid of that tired feeling and join in in the casual and informal class. holes, the 'same matching the edg- 1 ____
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the fun--have abundant and vitality .- ".--
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',1': ?;-."":,'" elements? Maybe such your as Iron system, Iodine lacks, Calcium certain Today frocks, However are ,being jumper made and of pinafore soft- By ing way on the of peasant diversion blouse try a sleeves.bright 38&8* *.* ":.*::;;:;:&B$8M; $::::::::::$::; :;::ffi&. ;

i, and Vitamin B-1, the so-called ,"pep" and lovely velveteens and corduroys plaid blouse, for a touch of plaid is : : : '

1:".', vitamin. VITA-BERLES, the high-po fashioned, as you see in the illustra- quite the thing this season. A fine |$ Made from Premium. Grains $: |
,4;:, tency treatment combining all these elements :::; :: \!
", .r, it;. and providing 1500 USP units of tion, to look as dressy as you please. white cashmere sweater blouse
,,' If:':.' vitamin B-l daily, may be just what you Which foes to ,show what's doing teams nicely with the corduroy pina- %3 H
., .:...1 need for a happier, healthier, romantic 33: !t.::"
in of smart cottons these fore dresses.
way days,
c' .
life especially if you're over 40.-Try t4p ::
l j i f VITA-BERLES today. Just $1.00 a box for the big fabric news is that hand- Cottons of the dressy sort, espe- .... ,

\ '; 'j" at your druggist or order direct from some cottons, notably velveteen and cially when they are ,rich and soft 1: :.:.,.,
.- '',-' ,ot"'. ,-, VITA-BEIILES SALES CO. corduroy, have gone quite formal. black velveteen like the Juillard .f}
': ; 2175 Station H Cleveland, Ohio. The attractive models shown here fabric used for the handsome dress- CORN 'FLAKES ':tt::.:.'

.. have just that eye-appeal college up jumper pictured to the right, go c.:..:
girls Iwant. to dinner and dancing with all the I ..
/ "The Foods"- P& &l&gp'Kellogg's .
Grains are Great :,
C self-assurance in the world. This ..
WHEN fOObNeat Dramatic Scarfs gown has suspender back and :$ Corn Flakes bring you ..:.)

: looks right for evening wear worn $ nearly all the protective food elements ..:.:

without a sheer blouse, dependingupon *:.: of the whole grain declared essential COHN I:::::'

h ISACRliS the formality of the occasion.If K.< to human nutrition. F:1A: :..:..

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your doesn't,set
crochet that embellished with
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well, and you feel sick and miserable "
',, : p: I let soothing PEPTO-BISMOL all sorts of tassels and your fan

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: ,'::" mation and simple diarrhea. Ask Acl single crochetflowers. boys last night y a
/'':;:' your druggist for PEPTO-BISMOZ. \ Pink accents on black is a favorite would never stop I M 1
: .' i when your stomach,is upset. theme with fashion. A black vel- eating and raving

.I'. ;:"<,:_."," A NORWICH PRODUCT veteen jumper dress taken/kindly to of about yours.these Wonder rolls 4

.-":', \:I '; the idea when worn with one of the you had any left! a
... };3. new peasant-sleeved ,sheer pink Io
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'.. i1lfJJ:: I saddlebags and even feed- YOU SEE,fLEISCHMANNSIS i-\\\\

1'l' (/.. :.: dp ly/r: bag novelties, recticules, cornuco- THE ONLY YEAST I

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ness in a sheer scarf that is starredall when they are normally most pop SWEET BREAOS.SEN"
actually soothing! Use
after shaving-will not Irritate.hasllghtpleasantscent right. over with gleaming sequins as lar. Leather bows-of scrap leather .f- FOR ME TODAY
shown above in the picture. The only-will also reappear then. Two-
0 sickly scarf below features an exotic can still be
smell to cling to fingers or clothing type shoes made onlyin
'', ? -will not spoil delicate fabrics. that will impart outstanding glamourto black and white or brown and ",." For yourrea +,
even the simplest costume. Its white, but the War Labor board All those vitamins go right copy writeStandard Brand ; I I
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-prove that Yodora protects under try- I in the oven.Be sure to use
the of multi-colored Central
gleam terns be introduced Annex
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such heavy traffic as this road has ing was good in spots. The general at 7:30 1). m., Wednesday. i II gia, Florida, the Carolinas and Vir-

The Clewiston News had in recent years. Then, too, the defensive play was good, all things The organization of a choir ,for ginia through November 8.

road is built so close to the canal considered. The only real weakness the presentation of Christmas music I I A-12 coupons valid west of Apala-

Friday in Clewlston, that there has been a tendency for outside of inexperience, was offen- will be held Thursday night at 8_ p. |f chicola River through September
,. Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, the grade to slough out from under sive lines blocking. We completed 'm. All young people and adults t'i 21. s

'nc. the road into the canal, making the only two short passes the whole interested in singing, and helping in 1|

road low on the canal side and establishing game, the passer being rushed on this program are cordially invited ]I!I FOR SALE MARTOX MARKET

Entered as second class mall matter humps so high that it's every play. Except for one lucky, to come. 1 I CABBAGE SEEB. ,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in Sunbeams meet at the church' This stock is-
to change to touchdown pass that Auburndale :
Act of almost necessary
Clewiston, Florida under the Northwestern Grown, first genera-
'March 3, 1897. climb over some of them. threw the game was even all the Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. 1 j i' tion reproduction from mother stock,

When the trunk line road from way. The boys probably learned "Self-confidence leads to prayer produced on Yellows Resistant infested
to Miami Is completedafter more about football In that one game lessons. Self-confiednce cuts the I
Lake City
SETTLE, PHblliilicr oil: '
CARR present germination 77,
the war our guess is that this than they have from me in the past nerve of fellowship with God. Post-paid $3.00 lb.
lakeshore road will be by-passed month. We got home in the wee Cottage prayer meeting will be I;
Year Washington
fi.50 State
Kate- Grown
Subscription present
held at the home of Mr. Arch Hod-
the new location drop- hours Saturday morning. You
completely, I germination
75, Post-paid $: .OO lb.I .
Advertising Rates Application. ping back'some distance south wherea should have seen the truck on the ges Monday night at 8:30 p. m. HESTERS
/ [ Inc., Wildwood, Fla.
anda back. There twenty-eight class meeting will be held
shallower muck will be found way were
the advancement and wel- wide right-of-way may be more people trying to sleep on the back at tile home of JWrs. w. R. BroderIck -I.; -----n www0..

Devoted fare of Clewiston to and Hendry County. economically obtained.A of that truck and arms and legs got Friday evening at 8:30 p. m. I 1- NOTICE ;:

disassociated with their respective
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SUGAR DEAL FOR OIL owners. RATIONING 35379801, .
431 AAF Base Unit, Military Police
NATIONAL Edward W. Greb, republican can- Tonight we play at Avon Park and, CALENDARPROCESSED Moses Lake, Washington:

SSOCIATION didate for congress in the sixth district on the strength 'of this week's prac- Divorce You are has hereby been notified filed against that Bill you by for

is sounding an alarm which: I ticing I am going away out on a FOODS !I Evalee Rimes Dumire in the Circuit
in this section uf limb I have Court of Hendry County, Florida, at
heeded predicting victory.
should be a Blue A8 through L5 (Book 4) 1 I LaBelle and you are required to appear
Florida and ought to be given at- had the much appreciated assistance I in said suit on November 6th. 1944, or
now valid at 10 each
use the Bill will be
the state's delegation in of three ex-footballers Sgt. Tom I I taken as confessed.
tention by ,
with tokens in groups of 10 only. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Washington. From a background of Malone, Bill Bowden and Frank Tokens invalid after September 30. I Clerk Circuit Court
all of the oil Buzza. night scrimmage Hendry County, Florida.
in Wednesday
30 years Sept. 29 Oct.
Stamps good indefinitely. 6, 13. 20, 1944. .t
business Mr. Greb sees our budding was the best so far. The most Important MEATS
On The petroleum field throttled in the thing the boys have to learn Red A8 through G5 (Book 4) I 1C "

dawn of its new day by the very: is that they can't be Saturday ball I now valid at 10 points each for use i NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED :

D. C. S. same thing that happened to the I players. They are inclined to play with tokens. Both good indefinitely. -I _

Clewiston sugar industry. The basisof I around in practice and not get t L.Notice Powell is hereby given that Mrs. N"
holder of the following cer-
Last week we had a note from apprehension is the recently serious until a little while before a SUG,RSUgar I tificates has filed said certificates fora
from Lake- Anglo-American Interna- to learn that tax deed to be issued thereon. The
Clark negotiated game. They'll have
Florine ( 30 certificate
stamps No. No. 31, No. numbers and years of issuance -
hurst, N. J., in which she encloseda tional oil agreement which was sign- football is a lot of hard, monotonous 32 and No. 33 now good for five 1 the description of the property
clipping entitled "Lament to a ed by the British and American gov- practice. pounds each and the names in which it was as-
indefinitely. I sessed are as follows: '
Country Reporter" which very aptly ernments on Aug. 8. In this agree- Next Friday night is our first home CANNING SUGAR Certificate No. 17, issued 1942 cover-

describes the trials and tribulationsof ment, he fears, are the makings of game of the season. I would like to Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds I ing in the Lot name No.5.of Block David No.R. 388 Larsen.assesS'Cd'I.. '..

a newspaperman or woman dur- restrictions and quotas which will see about 500 people out and I canning sugar until February 28, Certificate No. 12, issued in 1941.
American Florida nil covering Lot Ne. 27 in Block No: 175
in hinder development of
this present era would like ask to please I 1945.
ing to you Apply to local boards for assessed in the name of \V. C. J. Her-
; history. The clipping was set and I wells by virtually the same methods stay behind the sidelines at the i supplemental rations. I man.
in this column that have curbed sugar productionin All said 'property being in the City
for use
Intended game. The Auburndale field is arranged SHOES of Clewiston. County of Hendry, State
this week but the make-up man the Everglades. something like ours and the Airplane stamps No. 1 and No.2. of Florida. ,
hole in last week's issue Seeking to assure "fair prices"for (Book Unless such certificates shall be redeemed -
plugged a people never came out on the field 3) valid indefinitely.FUEL according to law the property
with it and some may have overlooked petroleum products, the agree- there. It bothers me and annoys the OIL described In such certificates will be
at the risk of ment recommends as a means to that sold to the highest bidder at the south
it. Anyway, Period 4
players to have people standing right and 5 coupons from last front door of the City Hall in the City
being accused of re-running articles' end, "production distributed equitably along the side lines. year and period 1 coupons for this I of Clewiston on the first Monday in
'tis again: among the various producing the month of November, 1944 which
here season
fill now valid.
;, to up (Alabama, Tennessee i is the 6th day of November. 1914.I .
countries. .This country has had Mississippi not affected. Dated this 29th day of September.
TO A COUNTRY I 1944. .
LAMENT some painful experience with ,', I
REPORTER H. C. Meador, Pastor !, M.W.. BIGG ''I
have been
crimes that committed ;n A-ll
coupons now valid In Geor City CIerk'Today's :
the name of "fair prices" That is I __ 'I I Sept. 29, Oct. C. 13. 20. [ I
NEWS? Well, now Sunday School-9:45 a. m. -.
Do I know any I what killed the little pigs, plowed
Morning Worship-11:00: a. m. I
f:'.. let me see under every fourth row and put '

F:_,, Oh gracious, yes-our me VACATION, But good farmers not producing on the federal Cropsincludingsome payroll for Training Evening Worship.Union--6:15 7:30 p.p.m.m. I COM I-G RAP H By PC ten it

:" Don't dare put THAT" in the paper, very juicy payments which Prayer Service Wednesday 8:00p.

'.. my dear; were listed in the paper just the m. '
things the Ration Time Changes for Evening Serv- : c1 We haven't got space in
} There's some other day for not growing sugarcane ''
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shouldn't HEAR! I ices! Beginning this Sunday the our garage to service ALL
Board just
: on lush lands around Lake' I H Etur
Given a time of the evening services of the the cars in town-but
',:' Have I had any dinners? we
Okeechobee. It could be that in or- .D +
church will change one half hour. I 1E do expert work on those we
t:.: lunch? der to maintain fair prices for Texas '. '
that Training Union will begin at 6:15p. 9d. can accommodate. -
there's Try
oh us.)
: Why, yes-but my and Oklahoma oil, which is a long; ..
odd Mrs. Scrunch! in. instead of 6:45. Evening 9i M the next time you need; ,'
haul from the big Atlantic seaboard
-..' If she should get word that she was I markets, a limitation would be 'puton Worship will begin at 7:30 p. m. instead a service. ;
of 8:00. Prayer service Wed-
I IShe'd
: left out newly developing Florida wells
\ go in a really TERRIBLEpout. which could undersell competition nesday will begin at 8:00: p. m. HENDRY -:,>:
Everyone: in the community is
.. because of lower transportation
' don't very cordially invited to attend any ,
:, Oh, yes, by the now charges. Moreover, the British be- + COUNTY
and all or"the services of our church. .
f. breathe a ing a party to this agreement, {
. in March I'm expecting the A friendly welcome awaits all. !
But similar restraints affecting the ex- ( MOTORS t:.
bird! Quarterly Business Meeting of the
long-legged port market are to be expected.
will give Church will be held Sunday after
COURSE the girls
Why, of There is also an ominous sound to
the preaching service in the evening.All rLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
shower ,
a ; \
me that vague phrase providing for the
don't PRINT it! My members are urged to attend.
But heavens,
"equitable distribution of production \
husband would GLOWER.And Matters of importance will be discussed -
the various '
among producing coun-
it awful about :Mazie and a Deacon will be elected. "Heck! We haven't
isn't tries." That's just a fancy term for The School officers and got space left in this week's paper ,:_
Snorst? "quotas" and it is the quota system Sunday to run this full page Ad for you."
You haven't HEARD? Why she's that has kept Everglades sugar teachers preparation period begins

getting divorced. growerS from proceeding with development -'

In the PAPER? Oh, no, I 'Youldn'tdo ----;---- -.-
of South Florida's vast ------------ -

THAT natural resources. Is that what our --

promised I'd keep it under my- hat. new oil industry is about to bump :.t..:. ; I
f Well, 'bye now, dear, and a word into? THE OLD JUDGE SAYS.. .r',,', "t"arsfti \ ',

of advice, Studying the agreement from :

g I hope nice you won't think I'm not very knowledge born of extensive ex- ,\,: : ;::.>:."\

perience, Mr. Greb thinks that it nicr'-.r-,
= Now don't say -
But-your paper I provides for the shutting down of
I'm ,
choosey, : oil wells in the United States in or- .
But honestly, dea-r;' it just isn't G 4i ,t9
;. der that fields in other parts of the i ? .
world may supply an "equitable I

few years ago Florine used lo share"__/of world requirements. He

help us with the Sugar Cane Press I also warns that American exports I :'
and is thoroughly familiar with may be restricted "in order to advance I

the economic statue of.. some'
some of the difficulties encountered --- -

; at times in filling in a few country. Whether or not it goes

blank places on an issue. Best of that far he is quite sure that it lays

luck to both she and Ed and here's the groundwork for "regulation by

hoping they'll be back with us be- the British and American govern- ,

fore long. ments of production, refining and It
distribution of petroleum." (

A couple of weeks ago we visited Here' it would seem, we have a

the tabulating department at the case of "free enterprise" vs. "regi- I

Sugar Office and Lois Prince and mentation" brought home to us.

Ruby Saunders had it all to them-. Left free to grow instead of being

selres. They were, either not "too stunted by quotas our sugar indus-

t- busy that afternoon or .were disgusted try would now be a strapping young- 'I

! at having all of the work to ster. If it isn't choked off in infancy -

i do for they took time out to showus our oil industry apparentlyfaces _

around and attempt to show us the same fate. In speeches it

just how all of those machines work.It is called "controlled economy" but '" :'

was plumb fascinating to ,watch "damned foolishness" is perhaps a I !

,I them operate but were afraid our more P9pular terms.Ft.. Myers -t

dumbness was apparent and that it's News-Press.

still just as clear as mud to us. I

We'll have to take a post graduate Il

course in the work if we ever try to Sporting Around .

write an article about the tabulat-
ing machines which would make By Bernard Myers "Did you hear that Tom is going to be well fed. We've got to keep them supplied I

sense to the laymen. Just to get inducted into the Army next week, Judge?" with the ammunition and equipment they

even we're going to have them visit We have been through our first "Yes, Frank told me this morning down need to finish their job.Ve've got to help
baptism of fire and I i Our town's got lot of the Government pay for all these supplies.,
the shop some day and learn the am fairly well ,, at the barber shop. a
pleased service In fact all our men need by buying more and more .
intricacies of a linotype machine. with the results of this men in the now, Jim. '
I reading in the paperVar Bonds. We'll have another big chance
gridiron immersion. We had a ; _, towns have. was just
The fact that the state is using tough trip to Auburndale and some where there are more than 10,000,000 men to do that by helping to put the next War !
of the I from their homes in the armed forces. Loan drive over the top, Jim.
boys tired
native material as a base for the were when we got away
all doing a grand "And in addition, we must be sure that .,
new road from Clewiston to South there. Their nervousness before the_: And, from reports, ,
Bay indicates that the state has game was a sight to see. They paced job bringing victory closer every day. while they're away and can't express their"We
and deciding
folks at home have a mighty big opinions,we don't go voting on ;
very definite plans toward rebuild- up and down the gym in spite of my that will displease them when
ing this road, perhaps in a different efforts to keep them still. They r obligation to those 10,000,000 fighting men. any things j .

location in the not too distant fu- played a good game against a heavier .j We've got to produce the food_to keep them they come back. I ITuts ','

ture. And it should do so. and more experienced team. Their -- '-

The muck grade on which the tackling was very good-I don't I sJrnl em.mtspUI/'sTtdLjlC;,;:.,:, I..: '. ,_'._,:.sr,-c-c i,:_fries.Inc.r '
road )is laid is not conducive to think they missed a single one in the :

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petition should not bo granted and the i N% of Section 11. i or less. .
LEGAL NOTICES corporation should not be dissolved at N1 2 of Section 31, Township Forty-six (46) I r\jj
I all in Township 46 South Range Thirty-two fS2) I NOTICE Is published In com-
said place
t.IlSrtah& containing 320 acres, more pliance with Section 270.07, Florida
It | CONSIDEItED ORDERED 31 East, containing 960 less. Statutes 1941.

SIX THE CIUOIUT COt'HT IX AM FOR I and DECREED that a copy of this I more or less. I Notice The Trustees
I Is published in compli of the Internal Im-
published in Glades County This Notice is published (In
notice be
TUB TWELFTH with Section 270.07. Florida Sta- provement Fund reserve the to
of general cir- pliance with Section 270.07 right
O*" .VXORID4. Democrat a newspaper I 1941 reject and
the County of Glades Stateof :Statutes; 1941. any al bids.
KO. &13 culation Trustees' BY ORDER
of Internal Improve- the Trustees of th.
in The Clewiston News. The Trustees of Internal
IN 'THE MATTER OF THE DISSOLUTION Florida, and of general circulation in I ment Fund reserve the right I Fund reserve the right to reject Internal Improvement Fund of the
a newspaper :State;
and all of
: Florida.
of Hendry State of Florida any and all bids.
!CLEWISTON :RAILWAY{' COMPANY the County' week for two consecutive BY ORDER of the Trustees ORDER Of the Trustees of In- Spcssard L. Holland, Governor..
once a
fR.U"n FOR NOTICE JlYil'ditLIGJATION Improvement Fund of the State I Attest:
weeks prior to such hearing. I ternal Improvement Fund of F. C. "
} DONE and ORDERED at Fort Myers, of Florida. Elott. Secretary A
Spessard .
A'ra3' rity of the stockholders of the Florida, this 16 day of September A. Spessard Li. Holland L. Holland, Governor Sept, 22 Fund.
: Oct.
I 6, 13, 20, 1944.
Moore Haven and Clewiston Railway D. 1944. Attest: .1 _
Company having rfiled their peUJoni.ln GEO. W. WHITEHURST. { F. C. Elliott Secretary Elliott.I. ,Secretary I II
'lhts 'court: for dissolution under the Judge.Sept Trustees I. I. Fund. 22 I. Fund. I I NOTICE

'Statut-t-s in such cases made and pro- 22 & 29. O' I Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, 20.. 1944. 29! ? Oct 6. 13. 20. 1944. I 1 I TO ALFRED :;McKINNIB.

WideS, and petitioning the court to
-- A. T. Co. 47th Inf.
,prescribe the time within which notice Tallahassee. Florida I : > A-PO 9. A.SN.
coo| Postmaster
':by: publication shall be given to all interested Tallahassee: Florida Tallahassee. Florida September 19! 1944NOTICE H057f4. New .
September 14. 1944NOTICE I York:
: parties as provided for by September 11. 1944NOTICE You are hereby
notified that
Bill for
it Is''thereuponCONSIDERED Divorce has been
ORDERED and DE 1 NOTICE is is hereby given that the I Flossie Bell McKinnie filed against in the you by
hereby given Circuit
: CREED that the petition be set for }
I I of the Internal Improvement Court of
I Trustees of the Internal Hendry County Florida at
I ,
hearing before the undersigned Judgeat NOTICE is hereby given that the of':the State of Florida offer for LaBelle and
Fund of the ,State of Florida you arc required to appear -
his! Chambers In the courthouse In I Trustees of the Internal Improvement to be sold
to the highest bidder In
: said
the City of Fort Myers Florida, on the I I Fund of the State of Florida, otter for sale!in to be sold Florida to the highest 12 I 11 hassee' Florida, at 12. o'clock, 1944, or the Bill suit will on be November taken 6t
Tallahassee at
7th day of October. 1944 at ten o'clock'i sale to be sold to the highest bidder October 24, 1944, the following fessed. as *
in the "forenoon, and that all parties in Tallahassee, Florida at 12 o'clock NOON October 24th. 1944, the 1 lands in! HENDRY COUNTY

Interested in the dissolution of said I NOON October 24, 1944 the following I IngdescrJbed land in HENDRY S,, of Section 1 and S of Sec- (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL

corporation are hereby; notified to' described lands in HENDRY COUNTY: TY: 11, Township 46 South Clerk Circuit .

show cause, if any they have why said : N'/. of Section 1, East Half (E%) of Section j j East, containing; 640 acres Range more Hendry County, Florida.
Sept. 15. 22. 29. fi.
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.i---- NOVICE OF ELECTION nintfc (39tni ana Fowy-firsi i4lst;> That the following amendment within ; such municipality or
WHEREAS, The Legislature o* 1943 Districts shall be elected for a term tion 24 of Article in ot the and not otherwise. & and on V a the expiration
and the Senator from tution of the State of Florida SLith term of of said .
tinder the Constitution of 1885, of the of four vear : Counties Count
Fortieth i40th> District elected to uniform county and of Dade and Orange of said the
State of Florida, did pass 10 Joint Resolutions the of the Coutle. alc
proposing amendments to the for a term of twc years from, the ernment and the municipality town. district County 8,110"01 an<1 Pet
Constitution of the State of Florida and time of the Genera( Election Of 1944. cities and towns be and the special taxing district now said ing Attorney a b abollhed
and thereafter said Senators shall be hereby agreed to and shall be by law. or which may be here- Counties
vote A
agreed to by a dut1
the same were of the
of aU the members elected<< elected for a, term of four years except mitted to 'the electors 01 the by law In each of said County Solicitor within .
three-fifths e o
of shall said
each house; that the votes on said in case-ol a vacancy in office of Florida at the General fix retain and control :the of Countie shall become the dutie J
'jo v
office Secretary of State Representatives held respective budgets Attorney In each
Resolutions were entered upon Filed in to be in !
Joint Counties
June 14. 1943 for approval or'reJectIon: that purpose of measuring and Im
with the
Journals.. yeasaays
sad their respective thereon, and they did deter say that Section 24 of Article the in mlllage to be Imposed upon Section 1. On and after the expiration -

:mine and direct that the said Joint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the State ot said Counties. subject to of the terms of the Clerks

.Besolutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V ot the ida be amended so as to read respective or other like taxes within of the Criminal Court1 of Record of !

=%jf the State at the General Election in Constitution ol the State ot Florida lows: or other municipality. town. Dade and Orange Counties. for which :
JWovember. 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Jus- Section 24. rhe Legislature special! taxing area. they each are serving or have been
establish a uniform system of County Tax Assessor In each elected on January 1. 1945. the office .
VOW, THEREFORE. 1. R. A. GRAY tices of the Peace. Counties
Secretary of State of the State of Florida. BE IT RESOLVED BY rIm LEGISLATURE and municipal government which add shall the to amount determining levied of of the Clerk of the Criminal Cou'
be both
iSa hereby give notice that a THE STATE OF FLORIDA applIcable. except In cases Rcord Counties an< _
OF by such mlllage to the ; the .
ELECTION local or special laws are Clerk Civil Courts of Record .
fefll be held GENERAL In each county In Florida That the following Article V'amendment of the Constitu-to Sec- may hereafter be provided by the Imposed by the respective Court of Crimes In Dade '
tion :21 of Islature that of Dade and Orange County shall all be '
tin Tuesday next..succeeding the first tion of the State of Florida be ap.dthe mav be abolished and the
duties !
2. That of the -
therewith. on and after mid- of the Criminal '
D. 1944 the Cerk
A. ,
Monday in November Is hereby agreed to and the
same "
Court of
December ,
In 31st.
office Secretary Of 1944. the Count both "
said Tuesday being the submitted the qualified Cotie.
same shall be ,to and the duties '
June 10. 1943A of the Counties of of the Clerk J
at the general election
electors Orange. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes In Dade /"
for the ratification or rejection of the In 1944 for ratification or rejection: shall all be Ct. .
JOINT RESOLUTION become the Tax Collector assumed, taken .
said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments shall be more
21. not
State Section Amend Section Six and Section ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part of the duties of the ; ;;
to the Constitution of the each
Justice Districts In
than five of Article XVin of the and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the Circuit Court
at Florida viz: county, and there shall be elected one In Dade j .
the State of Florida Relating and subsequent years (ex- and Orange Counties. J r
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace for each Justice Term of Office of Persona now required to be col- Section 8. The assumption new ,.,
3i. Amendment of Section l'of Ar- District who shall hold office for four or Elected to Fill Vacancies in by the Clerk of the Circuit duties under the provisions a this > '

"atcle IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are tive Offices Under Said within each of said Counties. Article shall not entitle any officer .

:Relating to Taxation.BE hereby recognized, but the Legislature BE IT RESOLVED BY THE all County taxes and to Increased compensation: bU1 the I .;r
time to
special Act
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE may. by the boundaries of, any TURK OF.THB STATE OF valorem and acreage taxes Im- officers upon whom. such dut1' ;' _
FLORIDA time change any municipality town dis shall be imposed shall continue
: hereafter established That the following amendment b ;
such District now or
amendment to Secttan other taxing district upon governed by the general law of ,
That the following establish abol- tion 0 and Section 7 of Article ,
; 1 of Article IX of the Constitution ish and such may District now new or or hereafter of the Constitution of the within each of said Counties State as It now f. o-iav be hereafter I '. :, '
ct Florida relating to taxation be and any Provided however Florida be,-" and the same Is Legislature may provide that as relates fixing of their ;
"tho same la hereby agreed to and shall that any such changes shall be submitted agreed to. and the same'shall be 1 said, ,Collectors- shall also col- respective maximum salaries or prescribing their ', r ,:-.
submitted to the electors of the other taxes, licenses or ex_ compensation from fees:
'tie mitted to the qualified electors
to the people of any county *:> I
however '
State of Florida for ratification or re- the next State of Florida for ratification said Counties. Such col- provided that each officer .' _
referendum at I
affected by '
shall each. assumes the herein ,
remit statedadditional .
to the
: the next General Section desig
ectton at ensuing general election. jection at the next ,Tuminy
: held In 1944. follows: election proper officials of'each taxing duties take over and be : '..
be as that
to :U to : That
Filed to office Secretary of State 1 say allowed such .
In assistants .
Section 1. The Legislature shall 8 and f of their respective Counties employeesand I. ,
pro Article of the
June 10. 1943, XVlll;
\ ,
I taxes of the office assumed j '
,.' '.eid* for a uniform and equal rate of "* -:::_ _-\/J:1-: / L-i stf 1i2.;.. ofth*. BUtq of I"1orl< provided collected forthwt or as may expense approved by the Budget
taxation, except that It may provide amended toreM aifollows: by
A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an shall collect tax state Commissions t>f such Counties ':'
tar special rate or rates Intangible lrb 6 o b
on .Section 0. The term of !
Article V the full and shall such other su :-
Amendment to of Con- but one r11 authority :
such rate rate
; property, but special or "' all at55Tnt ea to fill vacancies
. I :vball not exceed two mlllii ont dol4tr stitution of Florida by adding thereto of the elective offIces\1 a eT this e 1cl1d a a % It9h he Gegtsla ue, 'J"
: an Additional Section fielatln.* to the o w t s any g 01
o Fta reraf
of the assessed valuation of uch stitution shall extend only to the rtaetes ae
Election ot &State! Attorney Judgea Of .
any one Article
t'I;4 tangible property provided. that Mjo the yea upon cia prov110n *
: Tutmiay ftrtt ,
: Criminal Courts of Record and County : 1 next efllt of real property, upon be The Legis
F-- Any obligations secured by next the and Solicitor January after the of lature may give
Solicitors (except Judge personal property. and, all reasonable
l.: sage.. deed of trust or other lien the of the Court of Record of B>- qualification ot a successor. llcate&sb j1 be Issued to cover tatIon to the word phrases Inter, ,

Legislature may prescribe an totan- cambia County), and Providing for fill_ "Section 7. In all case of upon parcel real of this and direct their'r
oj ton
'.,. ;gable tax of not more than two (2) Offices to fill vacancies to office such eacI t
:anlils on the dollar, which shall be Ing Vacancies In any of such the ; lion shall be for that part 0: for ech YeId tnyUhitybYYl eiohtroi eg -
Prior to the First Tuesday after sold by j-acb. Q the com nr _
f; =payable at the time such -mortgage.tfeed First Monday to January. 1040. by Ap- unexpired term commencing on be provided by law as relates satlon of each officer, and the' ex- '
of trust,, or other lien 1* pre. first Tuesday after the first
the and Oon.flrmatlon I
pointment by Governor Taxes u
and tax certificates
::' c-Mnted! for recordation. said tax to be to January next after such tier ebf.Q n@ ,
.... by the Senate. which by law or 7Sr?)> aLd Eo1G5 fib .,
1 I'
, -te. lieu of all other Intangible assess- Filed In office Secretary of < ,
systems where
ft.; menu on such obligations. The special BS IT RESOLVED BY TIm'LmUs June,,U. ,Uu..A.JOINT..RESOxurroN. converted Into title, may they 1 Dade and ',,; :
' : LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: by the respective Orange COunties. and \ "'
"cat the taxes collected cnver. entO a
or rates or
'. ..'ttierefrom. be by the That Article V of the Constitution : : : I .. sold for the fees and charges of ofnc o :
may apportioned prpr .
.,. 'fcaglalature. and, ah&11be' exclusive of the State of ,Florida be amended .by Amend Section 5. _Article, VTH benefit Interested facials within each of sid Conttf' J
'*tea other State' County. District and adding thereto an additional sectionto Constitution of the State of I authority: sales shal be made Section 0. Section 20 ''m ti!:
and for delin and Section 5. and 30 of l :
be known aa Section' 47' of said Article or ,'
", and shall relating to County I
municipal taxes; prescribe
as provided by law and Section 6 Article VHI. and See '
relating to the election of State
r,, 'such regulations a* shall secure a just i Attorneys Judges of Criminal Courts BE IT RESOLVED BY THE imP each taxing author- tlon 5 of,Article IX of -the-\ConzUk; ,

valuation of all property, both real of Record and County Solicitors (except LATURE OF THE STATE OF OI'OP(3) .it ,has a tax Interest may tution .of: the State ,of, .Florida ,shall ",.:.Y.. ,. .
" .
and personal. excepting .such property That Section 5 of Article : !
remain to full '
the Judge and Solicitor of the property sold for taxes or on force and effect > ., -
4M be exempted by law for municipal the' ConstitutIon'of the State ant
may Court of Record of Escamtila County) of and all moneys derived said Sections of said Articles and

" education literary, scientific and the same Is hereby agreed to and ida relating to County sales, and from penaltie other provisions of the Constitutionof ,.
. :religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors ot be and the same Is hereby shall be 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 <1 pro rata to the respective office consolidated bv this Article
: be submitted to the electors of shall remain In full
1943.Filed rejection at the General Election to drain force and effect.
in Office Secretary of State be held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general 1ls\rlt< save and except as they may each

-May 20. 1943. first Monday In November 1944. as. fol- tion of Representatives to be to the proportion ta relate to such ofice and the Slt

Iowa: 1944 for approval or rejection. by each upon each parcel or of taxation In Dae a ,
'A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys. Judgesof Section 3. of Article VDX as. property Orange Counties. Florida. as

lies Amendment to Article 7, Section 3. the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read I as follows: : 3. involved in each ol such offices system and fee wt .r

ofx the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except the Judge 'Section 5.' There shtil-be may bv*special election said Counties such Sections

Florida, Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Recordof County Commissioner In each prior to December 31 Constitution shall be modified and

by Amending Section tat Escambla County) shall hereafterbe five County Commissioner's the right to assess ana I9H changed by this Article. f

; said Article so as to Designate Osceola elected by the qualified electorsof to each county which districts Upon adoption of this Article Filed In otc Secretary a StaU '

and Okeechobee Counties as a I their respective Judicial circuits or be numbered one to five Inclusive. government within the June 10. '.'

Senatorial District Designate Broward counties as other State and County of- shall ,be _as nearly as possible of ,Dade and Orange may
1 County as a Senatorial District and I iclals are elected. In proportion to. population. less than fifteen days A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an '

Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties The first election 'of State Attor Board of County Commissioners by call (5) Amendment to Article ViI of the COnstitution -
publcaton. sPecia
-as a Senatorial District.BE I neys. Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from to In of the State Relative -

IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries of such freeholders of such muni to Assessment of Property fo -

Of THE STATE OF FLORIDA the Judge and Solicitor of the CourtOf tricts. Said County only who shall determine by Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by

That the following amendment to Section Record of Escambla County) shall shall be elected by the qualified 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 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 Such freeholders borough State of Florida, the County
and apportionment ficers, and shall hold office for Tax Assessor Shall Assess the '
designating the; first Monday In January. 1949. may by majority vote elect to Proper ;
Osceola and Okeechobee CountIes as for' a term of four years. years Provided that the County municipality come under of the County for the Purpose :

{; tne thirty-ninth J9); ) senatorial:: DIs- "The term or tenure of office ol anyone missioners elected from the even or by a like majority of. Ing-State County. School and Municipal -.
-tricc. Broward County as the fortieth heretofore or hereafter appointedto bered districts to 1944 hall determine that It : Taxes Levied by tbe State, ,County.

'140) Senatorial District and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentioned two years those elected In 1944 under said Sections. shal County School Board. School D1strlct.

-.nd Gun Counties as the forty-llrst shall not be extended hereby. Anyracancy the odd numbered districts shall I the majority votes to come Special Tax School D1.Jtrlct
41) Senatorial District be and the for four years and thereafter ect 'of the
In any of such offices prIorto 1 and 2 hereof, or if nicIpaltie ,
.. same is hereby agreed to and shall ae said first Tuesday alter the first terms shall be for four years: falls to call and hold RELV BY THE LEISL-

, Y submitted to the electors of Florida Monday In January. 1949. shall be filled vided that Section n of Article prior to December 3L TURK

,( for ratification or rejection at the Genera by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall cot In either such event. Sec That the f iAZen :to Article 1 t

Election to be held on the first confirmation: by the Senate as heretofore fected hereby and 2 hereof shall be effective Vin of of the -;. ,
,_ Tuesday after Filed In office of State of Florida
the. first Monday in provided by the Constitution but Secretary municipality. In the event to Assessment -
November 1944 May 27 1943A and Collection of all taxes to
as follows: In no case for any longer than until elects not to come
"Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- 1 and 2 hereof such the County of Hlllsborough. State of =..
hall meet in regular session. A. D. day In January. 1949. JOINT RESOLUTION shall not affect Sections 4. Florida, by adding thereto addlt0

4955. and those that shall meet every "Any provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution 8. and 9 of this Article except sections to be known as

ten years thereafter shall apportion In conflict herewith Is hereby repealed State of Florida to Be Known assessment and collection of Section 1. be and the same Is hereby
the representation in the Senate and ." ticle XX. Sections 1-9 thereof. such municipality, which shall agreed shall be submitted to Oe

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

Districts, such Districts to be May 18 1943A Offices In the Counties ol Dade however that at any genera ratification or rejection at the genea
as nearly equal In population as prac- Orange. State' of Florida and town election held Election to' be held on the first TUe "

ticable, but no County shall be divided JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an ing in Said Counties for the filed at least thirty (30) day afterthe_ first Monday In -

in making such apportionment Amendment to Section 12 ol the Dec bination of Assessments and to such election by ten per ber. 1944, as follows:

.' and each District shall cave one Senator aratlon of Rights in the Constitutionof tions and Equalization of County. the freeholders entitled to Section 1. 1. From and alter January n-
; Provided that such election the question of 1. the Tax Assessor ,
Osceoia and Oxeechobee the State of Florida. Relating to nicipal and District; Taxes and
Counties. Florida shall con- Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrimination. mitting Municipal Referendum or not such municipality shall to the County OFoflbO gh, State <.
stitute tbe Thirty-ninth by Sections 1 and 2 of Florida shall property for ;-
((39th) Benr Due Process of Law. and the Takingof the Consolidation of the shal
; atonal District, Broward County. Flor Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor on the balot and all State County. Schol and Munlclpo -'

ida shall constitute the Fortieth (140th) by Providing the Right of that of State Attoorney and be s municipality < taxes to be the County

Senatorial District and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Deniedor ing the Clerk of the Criminal be bound by said Sec- by the State, County. County Sho \

s r Gulf Counties. Florida shall consti_ Abridged on Account of Membership Civil Courts snd Duties of Tax Board. School Districts
tute the Forty-first ((41st) Senatorial or Non-Membership !In any Labor lector' with the Clerk of the 4. The County Tax Assessors School Districts and Municipalities.

District: and at the same time the Union or Labor Organization: and Court. County Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Leg
Legislature shall also Counties shall Impose no lative Session In 1945 and
apportion the Providing that the Right of Employees BY 'THE
otherwise time thereafter enact laws
representation in the House ol dep- to Collectively ShaD by way of fee or "
sentatives.. and shall allow three (3) Be Preserved municipalities towns dis_ the powers functions duties and compensation -
-lopresentatlves to each ot the five That the Constitution of the or ,other taxing areas within of County Tax Assessor designated ":
Jnoac populous counties. and two (2)) BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE of Florida be and the same is for their services to In paragraph 1 of this Section

-Representatives to each of the next OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: amended by adding Article XX assessments and collections of 11. and shall lkewlse. provide by law o

eighteen more populous counties. and: That the following amendment to the to. and as amended is agreed to. or acreage taxes or the the assessment ',.
*ae (1)) Representative to each of the Constitution of the State of Florida. shall be submitted to the or to be Imposed rroll of the County Tax Assessor flail "

Remaining counties of the State at.the Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights the State of Florida for The Legislature of the State taxes levied by the State, Count

,. time of such apportionment of said Constitution. be and the sames rejection at the next general may. by law provide for pay County &.1101 Board. School Disrict' ,
hereby agreed to and the shall to be held in the year 1944. -
should the Legislature fall to same to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts ,
Eton the representation in the Senate appor be submitted to the qualified elect- ARTICLE XX I In an amount not to exceed nlclpalitles :. '

and in the House of Representatives. ors of the State of Florida for ratification Section 1. That; on and after cent of collections made and Section 12 1. From and after Janu "

.Sot any regular session of the Legis or rejection at the next ensuing night. December 31st. 1944. the the Collector 'to each taxing ary 1. 1946. The County Tax Collector }.
-lature at any of the times herein des General) Election that is to say. that Tax Assessors 01 the counties of to 'cover all costs of collec in the County of Hlllsborough. State 01 ::

ignated it shall be the duty of the Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights and Orange. State of florida. assessment Incurred by ]the Florida shall collect al taxes levied ir :

Legislature or Legislatures succeeding of the Constitution of the State of each Become and be the .. Counties the County bv State. Count

such regular session of the Legislature follows Florida be amended so as to read as all property in their i. That on and after tbe County School Board School Districts. ,

1c Mther in Special or Regular sessIon. to "Section: No Counties. and they shall after I of the term of the COut Special Tax School Districts and Mu
l: apportion the 12 person shall be subJect -
representation the 01 .'
In date make all assessments of the Counties nlclpaltles. .
to be twice jut in
Senate and in Jeopardy for .,.
the .
01 Representatives the valorem and acreage taxes. and State of Florida for shall at the Legislative -
as nerem provided The criminal same offense. be nor compelled to anv taxes that are or may be imposed Collectors have been elect- 'Session of 1945. and from timeto
to a
regular Federal case witness against their 1st. 1945 time thereafter enact laws specify .
' Preceding or regular himself be deprived real or personal property or the date of January
nor of life liberty
n whichever shall have or property without including by way of a single imposed upon the County Ing the powers.' functions duties and +
been taken nearest any apportionmentof of law shall private due process all assessments upon property for of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector ,
Representatives In the Senate and taken ; nor property be municipality town district. or by law and this Article designated in paragraph 1 of this Sec
without Just
c In the House of Representatives shall right of persons to compensation.work shall The be special taxing distrIct. in Dade assumed and taken over by ton 12 and shall likewise provide for .'
control in making such apportion not Orange Counties Such ad Clerks of the Circuit collection, care custodv reportingand ,
denied :
abridged on
ment. In the event the Legislature bership or membershlD account ol mem assessments shall be subject to In and for Dade and Orange disbursement of all taxes collected '.

shall fall to reapportion the represents labor unIon.or or labor in any and equalization by the County who shall then each take bv the Countv Tax Collector. -'

tion In the Legislature as required by provIded. that this clause organization shall be: of Equalization ot each County books, funds. and accounts Filed in office Secretary o Stat .

this amendment before its adjourn construed to deny or abridge the not right in each Countv shall consist of the Collector for each Countv. and I June 14. 1943 ,.
went (and sucb extraordinary session ; known and The votes cast in
of emplovees by and through labor eral County Commissioners and shall be compliance with said
so called for reapportionment shall not organization or labor union : a member appointed from and bv as both the "Clerk of the Cir proposed amendments, and the canvass,
be to bargain
limited to expire at the end of collectlvelv with their employer. : municipality or town in each and "Tax Collector" of declarations and returns th "--"f. shal b

-twenty portlonment days or at all untO reap Filed In office SecretarY. of State having a copulation of more County for which he subjected t the same re,+' Goons

is effected. and shall consider May 8 1943 3.000 at the last census: said provided laW general elections i
no business" other than cuch of Equalization shall otherwise be fl. On and after the exCounts- the State of Florida.

reapportionment) erned bv the general law from of the terms af the IN TESTIMONY WHREOl.
Should this amendment oe ratified A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time m force pertaining to of Dade and Orange Counties, 1 have
m the General Election In 1944 special Amendment to Section 24 of Article equalization of taxes orovldea for which they shall be each hand and affixed the Greet

elections-shall-: be called within ninetytan III of the Constitution of the Stateof municipality in each Countv at the time this Article is ('SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida.
thereafter for the election of St a- Florida Relating to Uniform County of Dade at
atom population of 3.000 or' less may the State Attorneys Tallahaee. the Capital
rtoTOc-h in the Thirty-ninth (39th)I. and Municipal Government and theCldsslllfatlon point an additional member who e Countes. respectlvelv shall this 3rd day of July
I40th and Forty-first (41st) ot Cities and Towns
be or become a part of the Prosecuting Of A D. 194.
' Senatorial Dlstr'c-s In such special BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Equalization for the purpose of all the Criminal Courts of a .
atecttcns the ?*"tior in the Thirtv- OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA *, "
ization of taxes vsnect' 'nv Orange Counties respective Secretary of State. _


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)IRS. LANIER ENTERTAINS This is World Wide Communion I F. ;E. Bryant:'. of Canal Point ia

BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. Sunday. A nursery for small chil- spending today with Mr. and Mrs,
dren is conducted at the Community 1
F. Deane Duff.
: W. H. Lanier entertained the Center. :.;
J PERSONAL SOCIETY members of her bridge club Wed- I "Of One Body" is the theme of
I nesday afternoon at her home. the minister's communion medita-

High score prize, a casserole dish, .1 tion.
was won by Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Westminster Fellowship for young

: "*" I cut prize, a pitcher, went to Mrs.R. people of high school and junior I
, : si* -- M. Bishop. high ages meets at 6:00: p. m., at
-- ;;: Mint ice cream and cake were the church. "What Is God Like?"

fi: Miss Lois Prince is spending this Mrs. M. M. Prewitt is expected to served to Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Bishop, is the subject for study. I II i

week in Miami. return this week-end from a visit of Mrs. 'J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, I You are cordially invited to wor- I f
a couple of weeks in Memphis and Mrs R. C. Wilson, Mrs. D. G. Al- ship with us.WANTEDYoung. ; DAILY: ATIXBI:4;; I'lh '. !

+ L.; ,Wm. C. Owen was,'a business visitor points in Mississippi.Mrs. .. ston, Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. I \"IGIIT-7' & !9 P. 31..SAT. I
4. in West Palm Beach Thursday. W. C. Prewitt. I. { I
Christian 'and sons,
: -- C: N.
Sgt. Jack Moorman of Avon Park Buzz' and Chris, have joined Mr JUNIOR AUXII.JTAUYIEETS business woman to share 3-5--7-9 P. 31. :...j

spent the week.,-end here with his Christian here 'and are residing in. WITH NADINE ANDREWSThe : WEEK BEGINNING: OCT. 1 "_
family. .I I house No. 1 on the government I apartment. Also
., garage .SUN. & 3ION.. OCT. 1 & 21'hil :
j reservation. Junior Girls of the
Auxiliary I '1
t Si-t f Mrs. T. L. Driggers is reported I Baptist Church met Wednesday aft- space for rent. Call Apt. 4 ;:,

/ 2.-A'-; very ill in the Fort Myers General Sgt. Jerry Cole, formerly attached ernoon for their weekly meeting ot 4, West Stone Apart' .
Hospital. to the 572nd PWD here and now the home of Nadine Andrews. I
in the State of Washington -
stationed ments. 1
After the regular business Mrs ; tc
Mrs. 0.' E. Mizelle of Moore Haven left Monday night after a .,
W. A. Montgomery, counselor, gavea i
here with her friends here.
spent Thursday week's 'visit with --
talk, "Stewardship of Possessions. "
daughter, Miss Marguerite Mizelle. ,
i :
Plans were the program : REWARDFor return
Sgt. and Mrs. A. L Burke of Fort linker and K.idio Show ,
"Church Night Stewardship"which
Miss Arvilla Hoperich returned Benning, Ga., are the parents ofa will be held at ,the Baptist I of male Cocker Spaniel -:'I ALSO CARTOON I,
::. : Saturday from: Visit of three weeks son, A. L, Jr., who was born Sep- t y
i' in New York City and vicinity. tember 18.' Mrs. Burke was the Church at a date to be announced ,: nine months old -I TUES.-WED., OCT. :j & 4 '.'
later. 1| DOUBLE
-- former Miss Elizabeth Winn. ..
:' ', __ Following the meeting a social i white with brown :
; Harry Greenberger spent a couple spots, '
::, 'of days this week at his home Mr. 'and Mrs. John Lucaa of Zell- hour of out-door games was enjoyed.Mrs. I I II I brown : 'Holy M
':'\ Floyd Andrews served a ears. Malcolm trirnony'
in Okeechobee. the arrival of baby A
>r,. wood announce a 1!
-t',;::. daughter on Wednesday of this refreshing drink and cookies 'to Driver. Phone 6 J. J It I
,+. :' Mrs. C. E. Bailey returned Monday week. Mother and daughter are reported Christine Dunaway, Elinor and I, Monty Wooley and Gracie Fields ',: :;4

Ji: : .' night from a week's visit with doing nicely. I Joyce Tanner, Peggy Powell, Mary) -Also:1:
;;}'< her parents in Clermont. ;Edith Sutton, Shirley Benbow, Na- FOR II ROSIE RIVETER ,
dine Andrews, Sue Cornette, June SALEBe'autifulboxed ,
iL -- Hare of Fort Benning, I
'. Sgt. Evelyn THURS. &
: PHI., OCT 3 & G ;
,,.. (., ,.- .' Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Markette Ga., a visitor here last week-end, Crews, Helen' Espenlaub, Iris Ann stationery with I '..:"'A
of last week from of Wright, Barbara Moore, Mary Faye I RED '
i, returned Friday and her sister, Mrs. James Wynne TAPE... >
"'i, a week's vacation visit in Tampa Cordele, Ga., are expected 'here this Andrews, Joan Harris, Joyce 1\IC-\,\ name or monogram im- REGULATIONSand .

,..: ,> : and Leesburg. week-end for 'a visit with their mo- Donald and Mrs. Montgomery. J

,.:... ..:'. ther,, Mis. Maud Hare. I printed. Colors White, ./
.>,,''-:,. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Maikette, LORRAINE TILFORD CIRCLE blue and $3.00per :i
r MEETS "'THln TOPPER grey.
} Mrs. C. D. Garamage, Jr., and son, "Misses Frances and Margaret I '
'-)f'F. Paul, were visitors in West Palm Morgan returned Saturday from a The Lorraine Tilford Circle met box. Will make excellent k4M/A .. 1
< :, ;,.: Beach Monday. vacation trip to Fort Myers Beach. I I I
> at the home of Mrs. Fred Topper Christmas
:,y, They were accompanied by their gifts.
afternoon for the :
Tuesday regular
::;,.. :5"; Miss Betty McDuffie. daughter of mother, Mrs. A. L. Morgan of Moore I We do H
;; :., Mr. and Mrs. Hansel McDuffie, un- Haven. monthly business and social meting not a large
derwent an appendectomy at theY I stock place orderat
Mrs. Leon Bembry had charge of so your
; Clewiston .Hospital Saturday. J. E. Beardsley returned the first '
I I he the program and chose as a topic The Clewiston 1 1i :
,'. I of the week from Chicago where on<;e.-
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Peters' and i the sudden for discussion, "YourState and
was called last week by ry I
baby are leaving this week-end for' illness of his mother, Mrs. D. W. Mine" and as a, devotional, "That News. Call 39. i A

Miami' where he has accepted a position Beaidsley. Her 'body was taken to All Men Might Believe." i I i .,iI'
with Eastern Air Lines. Talks "The Missionary To La-|
the old family home in Ohio for 'Jnteinment. -
-.- :(:"- -- I bor" by Mrs. Topper:, ."Looking InIto --- t .1

,; J;',:: '" Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. Harley I' ------- City Missions by Mrs. L. L. Tanner Johnson's Fish Camp II W SONNY TUFTS :
:.J:". Case, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. Miss Dorothy Knight returned and "Missionary News Flash" VANNE SHIRLEY' JESS BARKER.! i iP.dac.d
t, ;' ,were by Mrs. W. R. Broadiick completed I (Near ,Hurricane Gate) l ,
F. Deane Duff visitors in 'I Saturday from Alachua where she I
d.nd kr.
Dm :\ = .' West Palm ,Beach Monday. was called ,recently by the accidental the program. Clewiston, Fla. ,,.,..ftwy ky Mtlt...
L'' -' ---. : death of, her father. She was ac- After a short business session a Boats and Motdrs-Guide Service II i Also Latent ,News :r i
I'. .,: Sgt. and Mrs. O. J. Baird of Seb- I companied by Sgt. and Mis. Sin delightful social hour was enjoyedand I Rates ReasonableW. I

:;:. .- ring spent'--a w J couple of; days, here: I I clair Knight who visited friends refreshments, of home-made ice H. Johnson. Mgr. i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH 'J
this week with"Mrs.; "Bird's:parents,the"re briefly' Mr. and Mrs W;' A3ones' ; I"Delray where '1Irs.Knight. .is living were: ''Mrs; A<.H? King, Mrs.} II I
--:- I,while he is in the "service. Sgt. J. W. Moore, Mrs. '?Bembry, Mrs. -:-:-:-:-:-:..:-...:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:-:N:-:'..:..:-:-:-: j

Mr. and Mrs Charles Foy moved I I Knight is stationed at Bucking- Tanner, Mrs. Jack Himrod, Mrs. E.M. .:. FOBTAXICABS. ::: '
here last week-end from Moore Haven i ham. Cornette and Mrs. Bioadrick. s
:: :;:
and are making their home on : .'. .
the government reservation.Mr. t I I Sgt. Leroy Hare returned home SCOUT COMMITTEE TO MEET .;. DAY AND NITE SERVICE :: I

Monday from England, where he has I
and Mis. L. Maloy and daughter completed thirty missions as a radio- The Girl Scout, Committee will :.!:. PHONE 18 i I 1

.1 ;; Barbara of Jacksonville are gunner. He will have a three weeks' meet Monday evening at 8:00 at the! .:.'..:..:-:..:..:................"..-..-..............................-......-..-.....'-.'. fMrl r,
j. visiting this week with Mrs. F. M.: : I furlough here, before reporting to home of Mrs. G. 'N. Pitzen. All I II LIONEL BARRYMORE '
.'. Mooney.Mrs. I the Miami Re-DIstiibution Center.Mr. members are requested. '.._ to be present. I t I VanjOHNSOff'HirilyaMAXWEltK ) '
.. -.: ----- and Mis. Willard King are '---- --- I > :. :.- ,.:. C. D. Gammage, Jr., and CLITVVISTON COMMUNITY: I G. M. FORDCivil JUroa! Krfiyr! 'Rags! Ragfanj vkx41
t. < son, Paul, of Leesburg, are the leaving this week for California CHURCH, JR'rr;fv L .
f(;', quests this week of. Mrs Thos. W where they will make their future David C. Hancock, Minister Engineer and Surveyor

,:,' Markette. Mr. Gammage and her home. Mr King has been a flying Specializing 'In Everglades j jSurveys ALSO CARTOONChapter
">11.' sister, Mrs. Wallace Musgrove, will I instructor at Riddle Field since its SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1944 No. 13
'Y : come for them Saiuiday. opening. Sunday .School, 9:45: a. m., Dr. C. 'VALLEY OF" VANISHING 3IE.V
i, I E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor Phone 66 Clewiston, Fla.

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Donald Nelson Remolded 1 fill in the world .. r,'

0l W EA ON How Few are the sights

By Government Service .'vl. <'urr C M 6 iWNUSt th.tL, See !

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Washington, D. C. Man About Town: that in spite. of

FEAR OF CASUALTIESThe Eric Johnston, Chamber of Com my

inside story can now be told I thinks Public Officials' Responsibilities Greater merce chief, has been cracked down bounds.

regarding one of the greatest worries Than Businessmen's Believes Expansion by his superiors over the Russian Fly life seams

of the Allied High Command j in ; boosts. They feel he was too pro. important to .

connection with the Normandy in 1 Necessary to U. S. As of today, no postwar trade agree ,
vasion-namely, casualties. It was ments between U. S. industry and me.! 17's

feared they would be terrificallyhigh. Russia have been set up. One of ._ ('t::1 I cAC'\1 b

the biggest shipping deals, however, r
is being readied without their help. ','
In fact, Prime Minister Churchill, By BAUKHAGE "
Analyst and Commentator. 'Paul McNutt's receptionist at -
who had hung back from a cross- Nears .
the WPB has become the hottest ,
channel front for two years, feared WNU Service, Union Trust Building, two when into
suffer losses ways they step publiclife. model on the Conover list. She is WNU Features. ;:
the Allies might com- "
Washington, D. C. There the who when Ann "
are ones Bell The newsprint short- '
last .
parable, to the early days of
the of British As Donald Nelson, head of the the buzzer isn't answered Immediately age may be over by midDecember.Wood :
war, when cream untrained War Production board, sips his tea or \when the order is criticizedor pulp is waiting for shipmentfrom
manhood, then relatively ,
mowed down' in Flanders fields. in Chungking, what is he thinking. its wisdom or even its integrity Scandinavian ports. Palsof .
questioned, explode in haughty an : Steve "
about? Early hear that his sinus
told FDR that he was
He frequently
worried about losing the "seed"of He knows that most of Washington ger. And there are the ones who I agony (caused by Washington's cli- .. :,
thinks he is through. He knows learn to take it and go right ahead : mate) may force him to quit againsthis

Britain. that some people think that if he is, and find a way to get things done, I wishes., HELP WANTED .

This .worry gives an insight into business, big and little, has lost a with the chips and quips falling :
the sudden change between the typeof friend at court. where they may, including into their c:
slow fighting during the first few own breakfast coffee. I Paulette Goddard and her groom, ,Persons now engaged in essential :.'f.
He recalls that before he could
in and the head- Meredith, have asked the FBI industry 'will not apply without state- .
weeks Normandy
Nelson is in the latter class.
I walk up the ramp of his plane to to probe the poison-pen writers who ment of availability from their local
long onrush of today. take off on this hazy mission to Ca- He not only can take it but he has have landed divorce rumors in va-, United States Employment Service. '.{-

Allied orders during' the early thay, the President had casually remarked grown to like it. In fact, he has decided rious columns. The reason the
weeks in Normandy were to ad- at a press and radio con- unless his friends read him
planned new Pageant has been
mag Experienced Laundry and dry cleaning
vance under a "curtain of steel." Asa ference that the WPB chief would wrong indeed, that he wants to be a' held up is that it planned to workers wanted. Good hours good pay. '
result, the greatest artillery bar- not necessarily take his former public servant. That he believes he ape Apply in person only. Laundry & Cleaner .;"
up Coronet and then decided not to. Board of Trade,655 S.W.8th St..Miami F1.
laid down in history was can get satisfaction out of pub-
rage ever duties when he returned.He After spending a mint, too. ;'
thrown at the Germans in advanceof lic life than out of private life. That '
knew then that in all probability "
Overheard FLOOR
at the White House: SANDER linoleum layer. Apply :Jf
Allied infantry. It was an artil- congress would pass the demobili- doesn't mean that he will simplylet "Clare ALPH BROWN FLOORING CO., 2231 Hollywood y'i'
Luce is the Aimee '
lery barrage so heavy that. it wipedout zation-reconversion bill which, although himself be kicked upstairs into a McPherson of the Stork Club.Semple" Blvd., Hollywood, Fla. Phone 39. I",/;}.'.r:'.

almost everything in its path. it does not name the WPB sinecure. He will demand a job that John Edgar Hoover was so ill re FORD PARTS CLERKS and MECHANICS :- :,,

However, it was slow. It took specifically, nevertheless does give he believes is a real one in whichhe cently he thought he would die. Experienced only; five and one-haH-day '
week high Apply Mr. k
watres. George. '
time to unload big guns on shallow power to a new agency which would ; can truly serve.And HAL LYNCH MOT.ORS.s724 Hogan St. '.:.
beaches. It, also took time to bat- make Mr. Nelson's organization a now we come to the second Phone 5-3050 Jacksonville 2, Fla. :'lp.

ter down German positions. But mere appendage.He thing which has influenced Nelson's "Going My Way" will gross 8 mil- .'".: j
attitude, and it like the first lion. Producer Leo McCarey will FORD MECHANIC-High paying-Good ':
once these positions were battered knew, too, that many of his working conditions. Permanent. ."
down, and the rim of German de- colleagues who remain on the board, brought about"something like a con- get about two million dollars for his SAM MURRAY. Ford Dealer ::
version in the Just he bit. Sec'y of War Stimson is 1917 Blsc. Blvd. Miami Fla. ::,<
fense was broken, the Allies found or hold other positions which will affect -; man. as
what General Eisenhower knew was American economics in the next became convinced that a public ca- mending now. He went to the Adi- '

the case-a complete military vac- months, if not years, hold views contrary reer offered the best opportunity of rondacks recently where a nurse remained PRINTING I. '.. .'.;

uum inside. I to hi!. Privately he calls service, so Nelson became converted in attendance. Jesse MIMEOGRAPHING and Moltigraphinr. -;.

In other words the Nazis had them "contractionists," while he to expansionism in general and Jones, whose condition worried pals, 14 years of fine work and fair prices.. Free _<.';';
I samples and E. ALLSMITH, 11500 :
to the importance of small businessin is better. prices. ;
staked everything on holding the calls himself an "expansionist. A W. Nedro Avenue, Philadelphia 41, Pa. :-1.,<;?1
particular and this is of the
battle between these two categoriesis one '
rim, had no defenses in the in-
terior. That is the explanation I going on now. Mr. Nelson's fate causes of friction in the WPB todaya Notes of a Newspaper Man: FRUIT '
notable result of which was the .
for the headlong rush of Al- may influence the outcome. Damon Runyon and a New York /
Because the results of this strug- resignation ,of Charles E. Wilson.In APPLES-APPLE5-APPLES '
lied forces in recent weeks. newspaper apparently disagree on ,,"
Fancy-S5 box; "C" grade $4.50 box; select -
affect America's the of his in
gle experience
The Nazis were gambling on may economy course the hobby of some Americans who utility $3.50 basket. To consuming public
their Atlantic wall, a wall which vitally in the next few years I thinkit Washington, Nelson became con- enjoy telling quips on well-knowns. not over 5 bu.. to each person.with Shipped ,
collect Send check order.
could not stand up under Brad- is rather important to considerMr. vinced that maximum productivity Mr. Runyon, in his column, Miller Apple Orchards, Cornelia, Georgia.
ley's "curtain of steel." Nelson's own attitude; an atti- : of industry is essential to prosperity, complained: "It is always( bad,taste

NOTE General Montgomery's tude, .a philosophy, if you will, and more recently, that the protec- for people to sit around and make

cautious -advances in Normandy which has gradually developed tion of small business in the com- odious remarks about any national BUY U. S. WAR BONDS!

since, he has been in Washington.I ing readjustment period is essentialto leaders of
probably reflected in part Church- respectability and integ-
ill's worry over casualties. How- believe Nelson wants to stay in maximum production. He felt 'I' rity." The same morning a

ever, he has been cautious in other government. I believe, a's do a small that if big business were to succeed respectable New York newspaper ,.,

areas also. Before the Battle of percentage of persons who are in- and the capitalistic system of free featured.a report (in a box) quotinga .

El Alamein, when the British army terested in his fate, that he will be enterprise were to preserved, lit- Washington columnist. The MOOOLINLTONICLARGE
tle business
had been pushed back and back must be expanded. story dealt with the argument: "Who

across the desert toward Cairo, Specifically, Mr. Nelson believes, Was the Strongest President?" .. BOTTLE-25$

Montgomery queried his chief, Gen- according to his often-expressed One arguer said Lincoln-because he

eral Alexander: "What casualtiescan opinion, that the more little busi- split rails.: Another said Washington
I take?" Alexander, with the 'J M x nesses'there are, selling the things -because he tossed a dollar across

fate of the Suez canal at' stake, re- that a firm like Sears Roebuck sells, the Potomac. But FDR was de-

plied: "One hundred per cent." the more things Sears Roebuck will clared the strongest. "He threw the SOUR.a

Caution, of course, is no reflectionon Y Gl sell. U. S. Treasury across both oc'eans!" "Caf--Brujh"Appli ,
makei-BLACK LEAF 40GO "
S x 2: ppyy GREATLY INCREASESAnd Now that is a pretty good gag. Butit

SAILOR'S OUTMODED UNIFORMNow *; is also pretty stale, too. It
now we come to some of the
used often the second
that Adm. Ernie ("Clothes strange statistics about business, big was during "
of Woodrow Wilson in
Horse") King has finally relentedand and little. The most striking of all campaign OF

will let naval officers shed their to me is this:. retail trade, in spiteof war debt issue. (The quips and SUlfa-I EXTERNAL CAUSE

Jackets under certain conditions in all the difficulties in its path, had barbs about Mrs. Roosevelt are still Acne pimples, eczema factory dermatitis
being swapped by anti-4th Termers, ,simple ringworm,tetter,salt rheum
hot weather, a lot of sailors wish an increase of dollar values in sales,
and the President is often the butt of bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
he would also examine the uniform of more than 50 per cent in 1943 out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- -
; of the enlisted man. 0 1o WwMi over 1939-department of commerce devastating jokes. We do not ing and soreness of these misene. with
recall hearing that they complained. cimple homo treatment. Goes to work at
statistics for
I show $42,042,000,000
J ,'' Most enlisted men would whoop Mr. Runyon probably will ad- once. Aids healing works the antiseptic
with if their 1939-$63,268,000,000 for 1943. That is Use Black and White Ointment
: joy present, long-out- way. only
mit that it isn't bad to tell
,'. moded uniform was discarded. What expansion under difficulties.And so a jokeas BS directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'
it is to elect
one. BUCCCS3. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
r'::' most people don't realize is that the 2 t here is another : the depart- cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous
':., sailor's uniform was designed by the Y d ment of labor figures reveal that Black and White Skin Soap daily.

British about 200 years ago and is from 1939 to 1943 the average yearly Governor Dewey isn't immune
DONALD NELSON from the jokesmiths these days. .
showed decrease of
now just as outmoded as the sailing employment a

ship. ".. offered as good a job, or a better only one-tenth of 1 per' cent. The current quip has him suffering

.: Take, for instance, the broad col- one than he has had. What the In the field of agriculture, although from fierce insomnia which "keeps WOMEt Y YOUR OS
him. up all night pacing up and
lar has
worn over the shoulders. It was "contractionist expansionist" con- the farm production
designed for vermin-infested ships troversy means to the country's busi- nearly doubled, the farm populationhas down under his bed!" The New Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?

of the 1700s, when sailors had to be ness, I'll take up in a minute, but decreased nearly 40 per cent- Dealers go into spasms over that If you suffer from hot flashes feel
one. But, it was funnier 20 years weak nervous, a bit blue at times-
deloused .
and a broad collar was first I'd like to say a little more more expansion.What
when Al Jolson told it after an to the functional "middle-
practicable to catch the tar oils used about Nelson. I have gleaned my do these figures mean? That ago age" period peculiar to women-try,
; in sailor's hair. I overnight trip from Boston. "Ididn't Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
a views from no key-hole peeping, no the productive capacity'has been in- sleep a wink," he groaned. pound to relieve such symptoms.

T. Again, the bell-shaped trousers, rifling of Mr. Nelson's files, but from creased tremendously, not only in "One of Singer's Midgets drank Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound -
which flap around the ankles and those who know him well, plus some the war industries but in consumer helps build up resistance
against such
some coffee and paced up and down annoying symptoms.
nearly trip the wearer when he runs, of my own observations. .goods, and the expansionist believes his berth!" Pinkham's' Compound Is made <(
upper -
were designed for days when sailors There are two reasons why I be- that what has been done can be con- especially and that's for women-it the kind helps of medicine nature --

a rolled their trousers up over their lieve Mr. Nelson wants to stay in tinued provided that obstacles are Col. Carlos Romulo, who helped to buy! Follow label directions., (
legs to scrub decks. removed.In VEGETABLE
Today, dungarees government.One MacArthur and Quezon escape to E. I INKflHIfi ) COMPOUND

are provided. ,for this sort of is partly psychological and addition to this revelation of Australia, didn't know that persons

work. has to do with what has happened to the nation's highest productive ca- addressing Congress must not do so

c Again the drop front 13-button Nelson's own attitude toward government pacity, remember that 'there are 11 in uniform. He has been in his army WNU-7 3S-44

trousers were designed for a day which his closest friends or 12 million men in the armed uniform for years. An hour be-

two centuries ago when tidiness was have watched develop. The other forces, 11 million more in civilian fore he spoke in the House the other

nothing like what it is today. has to do with this idea of "expan- industry than before the war and 3 day Romulo was informed that he

One thing which particularly sionism," definition of which entailsa million in government.The must wear civvies for the event. o

gripes the enlisted man is the tight- number of facts and figures, some 11 million in private industry His staff hastily borrowed ci- e

fitting waist of his blouse, which of which may ,startle you as they must keep their jobs, and jobs in vilian apparel. On the way to '

;i. ; has to be slipped on and off over his did me when I saw them assembledfor business, big and small, must be the Capitol he realized he was wear- And Your Strength and f-

head. If a sailor is dumped into the the first time and had them carefully found for those discharged from the ing his army sox. He paled. Energy Is Below Par

water and has to swim for any checked and double-checked. armed services, plus some released "I am wearing the wrong It-may be caused by disorder of kid-

length of time, it is almost impossible They reveal strikingly what the eco- from government wok.To sox!" he 'exclaimed. "Oh my good- ney waste function to accumulate.that permits For truly poisonous

to get this blouse off. It is tight, nomic problem is which this countryis achieve this, according to Nelson ness, wot'll I do?" His Girl people feel tired weak and miserable many

sticks to the body, _and you can'tvery facing and which so far it seems the country must go expansionist Friday solved matters right thereon acids when and the kidneys other waste fail to matter remove from excess the

well swim and at the same ill-prepared to 'meet. must further every means of the Capitol steps. He wore blood.
time hold two Nelson came here from big busi- expanding production.The You may Buffer nagging backache;
,, arms above your her bobby sox! rheumatic pains headaches, dizziness
": head while you wriggle out of your ness-Sears Roebuck is pretty big. contractionist, he says, although getting up i nights leg pains, IweU I.
middy. He was used to pressing buttons he naturally plans, hopes and Sometimes frequent and scanty urination -
A New Yorker just back from with smarting and burning is an-
Some of the and giving orders like most big busi- works for expansion in his own busi- other sign that something la wrong with ....
boys wish Ad- that the
that Argentina .
majorityof .
11. nessmen. This particular functionis ness, does not always see the impor- alleges the kidneys or bladder. ,
miral King would take off his new the people there are not antiU. -' There should be BO: doubt that prompt ':t
a poor buffer against the slings tance of expansion in all businesses, treatment la wiser than neglect. Us* "_ ."
grey-green uniform, designed for S. ,. Most of the
and arrows of which Washington has especially in those "which 'compete or pro-Nazi. Doan't Pills. It Ii better to onmedicine a
:, him by His Majesty's tailor in Lon- people, said our informant, do not that baa won rrd favorably! :" .
with him. .
more than a quiverful. proval than on something less
:, ." don, long enough to experiment with If Donald Nelson has the opportu- even take the government leaders 'known. Doan't have been tried and tested -
a middy-blouse in the water. They FINDS WAYS TO seriously and openly quip: "If I many years. Are at all drug store
nity, he is willing to go ahead doing Get Dtxin't today.DOANS.
think that, despite a century's de- GET THINGS DONE his part to help expand industry, thought my son would ever grow up

' lay, he would then design for them Most businessmen, as one old-time big and little. It remains to be to be President of Argentina, I'4,

: a new uniform'overnight.. politician said to me the other day, seen whither leads the road from have sent him to school!" PILLS

are immediately affected in one of China.

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: The Questions American coast is noted for its ,:,1
exceedingly"high" tides? .\ :.'

:-i" : ; e 8 R/CE 1. Does Newfoundland belong to
.., '.:: nn a Canada? The Answers })

: HEN you are adding up the 2. Was Abraham Lincoln over 6 "
W 1. No. It .is a'British colony, en- i
.. higher spots of 1944 in a sport- feet tall when in his teens? tirely independent of Canada. .

.K'. ing way, don't overlook the reboundof 3. How large does a country 2. He reached his full height of ,

if.cr;:: Meal Contrasts Braised Liver With Vegetables. one Joe Medwick of Mel Ott's place have to be before it is calledan 6 feet 4 inches at the age of '17. ,':1;
: (Serves 6) Giants. This has taken place in his estate? ,:
3. The
: of census defines -
r : In Color Texture 1/ sliced liver 15th of baseball the greater ?
.' pounds year pro 4. What name is applied to a a country estate as a farm .,j:
. f ,*: Help Appetite Flour part of it spent with the Cardi- phrase or sentence which reads of 10 acres or over, with a resi .
'. : 2 tablespoons bacon-drippings nals and Giants. :11
J : I Dodgers the same forward or Backward? dence valued at $25,000 or over.
'i. '; 6 carrots Apparently well over the hill 5. How long has the Americanflag 4. Palindrome ,;

.. ...: r 2 green peppers through 1943, Medwick has suddenly had 48 stars? 5. Since 1912. s-

.r Sr: x 'a'I 4Y 6 small onions turned to prove that 6. What bay on the North 6. The Bay of Fundy. ,'!)
I : Salt and peppery his batting eye is '\ .t tr

1 1j cup water still intact by keep-- srY .

j Dredge liver with flour. Brown in ing in close pursuit

hot Clean and dice of Dixie Walker and
drippings. vege- j
tables. Stan Musial for the
in piles on slices P'- batting championship
r of liver. Season. !..' '. ; of the National ,
; /' -r-: league. Joe hasn'tthe
Add water. Cover ,
jt t.
I, : + + < '. speed and dash
( "
I :i and cook slowly ,sf
f- that he once car- .
until liver and
.. 71$Yyv j jv
ried to the field but .
#S: a xr' y.
vegetables are I
he still handlea a4 ys kt
I" can
done. Beef liver

will take about'45 bat. Grantland Rice
,-' '
It 10
minutes. Pork, lamb and veal (or was 'just
i; Medwick first
Cheese Souffle Sandwiches team calves') liver will take about 30 min- years ago when came
to national fame by batting .379 in I '
np with ripe olives to give good flavor utes. ) 4 iyk
l the World series and
and color contrast to those Now, for a luncheon dish that has Cardinal-Tiger

I:i quickie lunches. unusual flavor and contrast. First, acting as the leading target for a ?. ,, ii nr.G ''9{'; ..G:
barrage of Detroit tomatoes, lem-
here's the menu I'd suggest:
E.':;.;;. ,) How is your contrast IQ in meals? ons, apples-in fact, anything Tiger
1'r" .. Do you serve whitefish, potatoes Vegetable Broth fans could find to peg in his general

:- :, and cauliflower all at the same meal orGrapefruit direction. The tumult and the shout-
't;; and expect the ing grew so loud that Judge Landis
: Cheese Souffle Sandwich
'"' ., family to eat it? had Medwick removed from the '

Do you put before w- Jellied Fruit Salad BarsA BeverageDate famous World series battle to pre \f r. f y:;. f c r ,
<:: them Bean vent a riot.
11'' double boiler will help the cook,
Loaf, mashed Joe was the type that played the
$' produce perfect souffle sandwiches;
iP','." squash and bread game out to the' limit and his fiery
: : pudding and expect Cheese Souffle Sandwich. temper was no great soothing force.
: 1'' ; them to find (Serves 6) But he was a great outfielder who
6 slices white bread
the meal palatable? could hit, run, throw and cover I
Yes, the foods are all highly nutritious y\ pound processed cheddar cheese his territory when the Gas House

and may be well prepared, Dash of pepper Gang was at its peak. ..ftlfB/N Ben..Gay qUICK
Dash of
;; but there's an important element in paprika He hit .353 in 1935 .351 in 1936

-' '' r meal planning missing in these sug 3 eggs and .374 in 1937, his peak year, when
:. gestions. It is contrast. There's a Ripe olives he was named the National league's O Get this fast, welcome relief from muscular pain and

lack of contrast in flavor, color and Toast the bread (crusts trimmed) most valuable player. ache! Soothing, gently warming Ben-Gay contains up to

: ', texture in these food combinations, on both sides. Melt the cheesein I Shortly after this he was traded 21 times more methyl salicylate and menthol-famous

and without that meals will often go the top of a double boiler. Add pep- to the Dodgers where the beaning pain-relieving agents your doctor knows about-than five

uneaten. per and paprika to egg yolks. Beat he took in 1940 was no help.: other widely offered rub-ins.That's why it's so fast...so ;

Now, how would you like this com until thick, then fold this mixture j In the 1942 campaign Medwick soothing. Always insist on genuine Ben-Gay! '

''' bination? Mock drumsticks, lima into egg whites which have been dropped to an even .300, which is Copyright 1944.by Thos.Learning&Co.,lac.

': ,,., beans and carrots. There's no same beaten until stiff but not dry. Pileon still supposed to be a pretty fair
,? ; ness about texture or color there. toast and bake in a moderateoven mark, so in 1943 he was traded to t
;1 Mock Drumsticks. (350 degrees) until puffy and the Giants. Joe wasn't any too hot I

'j (Serves 6)), golden brown. Place on a chop plate last season. But while he has beenno / 1 I / 1 I / y

Dp'-. V/2 pounds veal, beef or pork : and garnish with ripe olives. I consistent ball of flame this sum- '.

-- f i: steaks,,cut.y. thin, vi -v. mer on the' defensive side, which is j.:'
.::'-r- 6 skewers a natural matter after 15 years, he vl

2 cups cornflakes has shown that he can still use a -Buy War, Bonds and War Savings Stamps- '',.';.'

1 egg' baseball' bat.Colorful .
2 4 >,!
tablespoons milk Ball Club -
1 teaspoon salty :

;' teaspoon pepper I My first meeting with Medwicktook

'K'' 3 tablespoons fat 4 place at Bradenton, Fla., in the
: <
I .... U cup water rry \3 Rif., ..1YF spring of 1935. I went down to put KILL THB ENEMY 1who's
; Cut meat into strips and roll in a week's visit with Dizzy Dean,

.IJif.... ; : around skewers in the where I ran across the most colorful
; of -
'' a :
t.: drumstick. -1 ball club I've ever known. after your / --

, c' : Roll cornflakes into fine crumbs. if Frank Frisch was the manager
; 'I
then. and Paul Dean
Cover drumsticks with crumbs, then Dizzy were
- ;< : t the two leading pitchers. Pepper
: dip in "" 4,
slightly LOOD !
;:;- beaten egg tot Martin apparently was trying to
= = which milk and wreck himself diving into bases
through exhibition games. .
'... : seasonings have
:;..<: I p been added. Roll Mock Drumsticks, crisply coated Leo Durocher and Medwick were Spray FLIT on all mosquitoes it's an easy
iY: again in crumbs. and fried to tenderness, are fine foil pals. I dropped by to call on Duro- way to kill 'em quick. Best of all it wipes out "'

r:;; '. I Brown the drum for whole cooked carrots and lima cher and Medwick one day and ran Anopheles : the mosquito that spreads

-: :"-. sticks in fat, then beans. Use a circular platter to .across more suits of clothes than malaria. Yes! Flit not only mows down this

: add water, cover carry out the pattern. Adolph Menjou ever wore. Medwick carrier of disease but kills the baby

', suggested a golf game next day Anopheles, when sprayed on stagnant waters
tightly and
I bake
:t."" ( (IIIIIj its in Date bars are a chewy contrastto against two rugged opponents felt where it breeds.Arm yourself with Flit, today
:' a moderate ((350 the rest of the meal. we couldn't beat.

degree) oven about 1 hour or until Date Bars. In the next day's round at St. kills flies, ants,

.e. r,. ,tender.Here's an easy dinner. as good to (Makes 2 dozen) Petersburg Medwick had a 70, which F L II T r moths, bedbugs and
1 sifted flour included short 3 hole. Ill
';;j. the eye as to the palate: cup a 7 on a par all mosquitoes.
I ', Cream of Tomato Soup Yz teaspoon salt His long and his short game were Copr.1944.Stmeo; beocpenM

: Lamb Roll Baked Squash 1 teaspoon cinnamon both high class and he has remainedone

Hashed Brown Potatoes 1 teaspoon baking powder / of the better ball playing golf-

". Cole Slaw y cup bran or wheat germ '

Apple Sauce Chocolate, Cookies 1 cup chopped dates ers.As strong as the Cardinals were !
1 cup chopped walnuts around that time, Medwick remained -
Lamb Roll.
3 eggs their star for some years, a
(Serves 6)
'' 1 cup honey fine outfielder and one of the best
Boned Breast of' Lamb
"<'. Vi cup melted butter hitters the National league ever
% pound bulk pork sausage knew over a stretch of time. L'3 See This New Heater
2 tablespoons lard Sift together flour, salt, cinnamou ? ;
small onion, diced and baking powder. Add bran, dates "I suppose one of the reasons I've

2 tablespoons Worcestershire and nuts. Beat egg until thick, add held up," Medwick says, "is that
1 cup tomatoes honey and butter. Mix well. Stir I've tried to keep in shape, especially -

Have lamb breast boned in flour mixture, blending thoroughly. my legs, before any training sea- J

with sausage meat and tied, spread into Spread evenly on wellgreasedpan son ever started.:: Too many ballplayers
a and bake in wait until a training cam- Don't Wait
:' roll. Brown on all sides in hot fat. a moderate (350- ,
Season with salt and pepper. Add degree) oven about 35 minutes. Cut paign opens to get back in condi- Until ColdWeather

. all other ingredients. Cover in squares while warm, then remove tion." 9I
closely 1
and cook very slowly until done, from pan. Medwick, born in Carteret, N. J., k .< s. Comes! .y ..

:' about IVz hours. Add more liquid, Butterscotch Rice Pudding. is now 33 years old. +
., I '. if needed. (Serves Six) While the N.L. batting race has .?

'.. > ':" Colorful vegetables irt this menu % cup rice been a hot scramble between Musial 1 I
.:: are all cooked with the meat: 2 ,cups milkteaspoon and Dixie Walker, with Hopp also

Braised Liver with Vegetables Vz salt. in the running, it would be no great \I
"Vz brown shock to the old timer who hasa
Mashed PotatoesOrangeWatercress cup sugar see
If need heating don't waitf
new equipment
Model 520 you
mark above .325
Salad 2 tablespoons butter lifetime batting until cold weather comes to get it. See the ;
Rye Bread Butter 1 tablespoon lemon juice give all three a ride down the YwiR9 ?Ens WARM MORNING Coal Heater while your dealers ,
Butterscotch Sundae Vs teaspoon vanilla stretch. has it in stock.

I V cup chopped dates When the present season openedup Amazing Interior Construction-Only in WARM(

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brought such remarkable heating efficiency to
brilliant Musial around Labor day.
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cucumbers thinly but not quite all til mixture melts and turns dark kick in for his second year in suc- Holds 100 Lbs.of Coal-The WARM MORNING'
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cucumber. add lemon juice, vanilla and dates. years. But the two old-time hitters, feed. You need start a fire but once a yea&:
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I December 23. They also have a j i freshman is showing stone to the practically half way around the
RoarBy play in mind to help finance the I 1!I Could it be because. Owen will PhiliP-1 world.
Junior-Senior .banquet. Keep up around any more? many Thanks for a swell paper. I en-
the good work Juniors, and we all FLASH! We received !joy it very much-just like a letter '\0
wish you the best of luck. telephone connections in I I II I from home. Would you slip a wordof
This year we want to promotemore are snowed under with the Public Relations j "hello" in for the old High School
Marilyn Davis and Betty McDuffle cooperation between the Juniors amount of calls being I was printed in the I Class of '39 now in the service? I
and Seniors In their social ac weather seems to be ; the activities of I|suppose they are in all parts of the
First Grade tivities. I about, it Betty Jean? in the landings world.
Our project for first term is "TheHome"Pride Twelfth Grade Wonder what all I'i driver of a medium Thanks again for the News' andI
: in the home; love of This week the Seniors held a around the corridors are I writes his wife, will notify you again when I leave
parents; cleanliness in the home; 1 meeting on Monday at which they do since the new, ruling I j Sugar Office, that here.
land above all "Civic-Pride." The decided what to have the Freshmen ING in halls or school I| now is to drive Sincerely
latter to be an outgrowth of proper ;do during Freshmen initiation been passed? Maybe j of Tokyo in his Thomas Waldron, Jr.
home-training, and training at schoolas week Oct. 2 to 7. Beware Fresh- Jr. will find a way part in both the *
well. I, men! It isn't easy. If some tragedy. What do you I landings. Cpl. A. W. Sias, is leaving today
As incentives for A-l work in I strangely dressed creatures,are seen This be I for Miami Beach after a furlough,
:First Grade star stickers, seals of I around town, you'll know they're seems to i swell letter is part of which was spent here, part rv
for Even
men in the service, seals of the U. S. I fugitives from the ninth grade. Margie have us.felt the ill I (Mutt) Waldron, In Punta Gorda part-where do
are given' to all pupils reaching I The Seniors also had a meeting do we misunderstand based in Hawaii and you think? In Miami Beach!
goals set by the teacher. I Ito prepare for the program (not day night affairs? I a school for Navy I
Second Grade 'connected with initiation) they will : We're I
to make our Wish Carolyn would I object to our using
The following helped (put on in the auditorium next week. ,
room more attractive by bringing ,;We think it will be even better than mind-of course :
potted plantar Richard Chandler, : that given by the Sophomores last playing football so j 1944. Now is the.-time to
and Sylvia Beatty. |Ii would be her best bet-
Ronnie Egloy, I week. I' I
We have been enjoying readingthe I, be Doug? I some time since start a regular
book "Adventures of Uncle i Along The Corridors We don't know much from me, so in giv-
Wiggley." I but we have it from a address, I will" also I
Well, here we are once more
that June Dunaway and j info, concerning ....
Third Grade to
ladies and gentlemen, to bring
The third grade has beetf trying the latest of all gossip this week. good looking MAN I .1 t'
that it is are getting along swell. so clearly shows,
to fix up their room so Last week we used news that was I \
be a local PWD? I Navy Stenographer's I ,
nore home-like. several weeks old as we had a hard
Fourth Grade time collecting it due to the shortage Marilyn Davis seems \ ,the opportunity li I
The fourth grade is also fixing of reporters. This week we have ing a nice time-why i) ing .forward to for I
>ip their room putting potted plantsIn I three new reporters and believe me Jitterbug Classes now, and I intend
the windows and keeping the 'I they are swell. Betty Townsend get a lot of business along of my three months I SAVINGSACCOUNT
floor clean. Each pupil is taking Mamie Trice and Betty Jean Sul- lines. of this
his own desk as a project keeping It livan are the ones now to blame. I Betty Townsend | to return to'
cleaned up just like he would his The news of this week can be blamedon strictly a one-man-girl. "I j!! ,
room at home. The children eat Betty Townsend as she is the have it from a good 1 and the ,even-
their lunches in the room and areleaYning I one with all the bright ideas. Now suits Len Trailer together "chipping :i l

correct habits of eating. for the news, or should we say Is Sherwood going to be : dear old Clewls-
Eleventh Grade dare wish him such : .... .-. ,
"ME-OW! "Lone Wolf" his last "
The Juniors have a lot in mind year, (I back here just to '-, _;.J ': '
touched 1-y ;
deeply I on girls.
hearts are "
I but I do hope to
for entertainment this year. They certain I ,
Christmas dance for the exhibition of grief a He's Cole on the I other Clewiston boy 1I
are planning a j
... hair and those eyes I have seen I Regular Deposits
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won't mind as he won't once and that
We also have heard he, and myself met Grow Fast
; ball star left over from Art left. I hope to
CLEWISTON is strictly a wolf on the I j before I leave. Such
about it Poole? Anyone | liberty is the great- I

We sure hope ,Johnny
COURSE see Betty McDuffie. Our liberties I get in c..
GOLF tegee has been ; seen quite a bit
eral days but here's sights of Hawaii.
1; be around again soon. : place has nothing on
a good field of !
( Would some Clewiston Federal
kindly condescend to i I on muck land

j Walker a gas ticket? Or sight of them I
: -, :,"' is just a racket of hers. my being the first Savings and LoanAssociation
.'" Department,1" in Clewiston has .
.": .. IF IT WORKS. i
do with the, type of
; Has Melvin found
a I
cane on, what do
i :" the soon? Or could it .be [
Bob Ruet has taken over Mamie?" j I take Florida, (Clew- f
I j and I have been
I .. be Mary: Nell rlnocn'f... .,.-",...
You sure "
. .. club house. may : .
grieving toomuch over .
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Ruet will ture of a certain -
that either Bob or Mrs. '
Morgan seems to be j .
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[ Wonder what Keith ; J. E.
: be on the job and give you a hearty this? i .

I Dot Sealey seems to : Real Estate
: ;' .. welcome. time on Wednesday. j .

Williams have anything 1
condition. this sudden "STEPPING '
; is in good
The course ; :::
tie Dot is doing. RUTH R. BEARDSLEY ;..i, ....

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week that her son,
the Marines, participated '
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any better without t ,
Clewiston Golf Course go ahead). Anyway he .
censors by referring I
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