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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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,,";i"?.;;:, ", .'...:.,. VOLUME 21-NUMBER 46 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.30 PER YEAR


,\ ELECTION OFFICIALS Girl Scout Leaders BUILDING PROGRAM I I USSC Receives Large I II TIGERS LOSE 13-6

Here Last WeekMiss I Shipment of CalvesThe

:./: j:. 'NAMED BY BOARD AT I OPENED WITH SIX IN GAME FRIDAY !
L. R. Holablrd State Scout United States Sugar Corpora-
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Executive, and Mrs Helen Petersonof tion received five cars of choice !
DUPLEXES IN HARLEM WITH AVON PARK
: MEETING TUESDAY New York City; national representative } -1]I calves Hereford and Angus mix,
'. <<- for Girl Scouts, met here last
this week from Alabama and have
I Friday night with leaders of the or-
The board of county commissioners -i I ganization I in Clewiston for a dis-i I The United'Stat s Sugar Corporation placed them on pastures at the cattle In a hard fought game at Avon

.:',: Tuesday appointed the follow- : cussion of problems.Mrs. began their { housing construc- feeding project. Park on Friday night of last week

': ing election officials to serve at the i Peterson made a most tion program, 'as authorized by Federal These calves are all high grade Clewiston High School's Tigers came
inter-I
:-. t... polls In Hendry County on election esUag talk concerning a l Housing several months ago out on the short end of a 13-6
:':.:.: day: Nov. 7, the legal notice to this I instruction for Scout leaders in the 1 with six duplexes 'in Ha'rlem Monday stock and will be brought to maturityon score which local fans contended

'. if. effect appearing elsewhere in this community to be held two weeks out I morning. the company's, improved pasturesand 1 I should have been a 6 to 6 tie.

'.':. f{;. edition, of the News. They are: 'I of each.year. I Eighty of these' duplex units were then finished for beef at the In the opening play of >the game

?< :: : Precinct 1, Clewiston, City ,Hall The ladies will return to Clewis- authorized for coolred workmen and pens at the old dairy. Avon Park kicked off across the

: I building, Mrs Louise Hare, clerk- ton on October 11 to meet with the the remainder willjbe?. built as rapidly During the summer several hun- Tiger goal line and, thinking this
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,: ':\ 1. W. Wethington, deputy, F., L.. Kiwanis Club that evening and a as possible. There' has been no dred acres of additional improved was an automatic touchback, no
1
; :: Williams Mrs. P. j. Lee and Judson luncheon at noon with members of announcement concerning the hous- Tiger touched the ball. An Avon
.1 .."' Francis, inspectors.. the Girl Scout committee. They will I' ing facilities for whites. as au'thorizled. pasture has been planted; in a pro- Park player scampered over to the

) I..;: : 4 Precinct 2, LaBelle Luckey Store also visit individuals in the com- gram designed to provide four 01 I ball, touched it down and the ref-

;/":, "buildin Mrs. Alice E. Hall, clerk, munity in an effort to obtain Scout 'I The new duplexes are being builton five thousand acres of high class I eree awarded the Red Devils a

;> :; 'I' Ttfrs. Neva Yeomans, Mrs. Frank workers and leaders. Georgia Avenue in a group. Theyare pasture. touchdown. The conversion was

,i.(.', ,. ,Dougherty, Mrs. Nell Haynes Bush of frame construction with ,as- successful and the Tigers were Lacing -

": .:. .v inspectors and M. R. Browning. Hare Is I bestos-cement siding. Foundationshave a 7-0' handicap with the game
Sgt. Leroy
'11. this week and most
been placed
I1 Bob Just started.
.: ; 't'; 'j..deputy. I T-Sgt. Logan Has
-'. :, \Precinct. 3, .LaBelle. old bank Speaker At Meeting of the material is on hand for the The Tigers played the ridge boysto

building R. E. Burchard, clerk, Mrs. I remainder of the construction. Interesting Job In, a standstill throughout the remainder -

4 ... :,"1-. C. C. Cook, Mrs\ Laura Yeomans, Of Kiwanis Club : of the first half, neither
Mediterannean TheatreAT
.: F::;. .I Mrs. G. A. Hill, inspectors and team making any serious bid towarda

it. Charlie Hardin, deputy. HUNTERS ASKED TO score. In the third quarter, how-
Staff Sgt. LeRoy Hare, who is
; ;.. Precinc .4, Denaud, Duval's garage A 12TH AAF B-25 BASE ON ever the Red Devils started a touch-
at
spending three-weeks' furlough
a
?. R. lBurchard. clerk, Mrs\ CORSICA-Technical Sergeant Rob- down march and with a series of
his home here following the com-
.,. .?..- Dora Daniels, Mrs. Mamie Hires, pletion of thirty missions as a radio- KEEP TAB ON GAME ert R. Logan, whose wife, Mrs. well executed running plays and
;:; Joe Crews, inspectors Earl R. Murray Frances Logan, resides at Conners- passes once more crossed the Tiger
'.; ;: deputy. gunner on the Flying Fortress ville, Ind., is a familiar figure at goal line making the score 13-0.

,:&. :;::rl. Precinct 5, Felda, Boy Scout "Swanee theatre was Pride"guest in speaker the European at the KILLED THRU SEASON the daily interrogations of a vet- The try for conversion was no good

; t;. building C. O. Willis, clerk M. N. eran B-25 group in the Mediter- In the final quarter the Tigers
f Kiwanis -
regular weekly meeting of the
: !:t: Perry, Mrs. Addine Lancaster, Mrs, ranean area. reached pay-dirt on the prettiest
Club at the 'Inn Wednesday
on -
:), t.; :. Laura Howard inspectors, Gilbert I I evening With the opening of the 1944-45 He assists his staff officer in the play of the evening, Marty Waldron .',.
'i i Taylor, deputy. hunting season little more than six interrogations and the taking the kick-off on his own 15
at time
Sgt. Hare gave a most dramatic same
,1 :;;' Precinct 6, Hooker's Point, Bus- 1 sketch of the general aspects of a weeks off, hunters are requested byI. "sweats out" the combat crews as and racing 85 yards for a touch'
': sey's store W. C. ,Hooker clerk state director of down just a' few feet inside the
:;. '; '':: bombing mission and thrilled his N. Kennedy, they return from their mission. Sgt.
';:kc:" : Q,:-. Itfrs.: L. L. Lowe Elsie Risner, Mrs.:: listeners with his account of flights game and fresh water fish, to report Logan will probably be the first one side-line. The attempt at con-

,,;.. t.';"", Sherman Hansen, inspectors, Paul over the Fortress Europe. r the amount of game they have to notice if a plane fails to return, version failed and the scoring was
', ., Emrich, deputy. I taken in the previous season when ended.
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as he is intimately acquainted with
Jack Wilson new manager of the .
) t, The board took a recess until Oct. applying for this year's hunting li- the' various formation tactics used The blocking and tackling of the
Clewiston Inn, was entroduced to the
.: :'r: 18 at which the registration list cense. Although this may be an the Tigers was much improved since the
by
club by W. C. Owen. group. -
,;. I:" will be revised. indefinite method, it'' is the only Auburndale game.
,Bernard Myers made a brief talkon I Sgt. Logan is section chief of his
.1'- Minutes of the meeting will be means the state commission has for Statistics on the game follow:
:' .: the football game on Friday I department in the squadron' which
:... : prepared for publication in next making a game .census.Determination I I First downs, Clewiston 5, A. P. 7;
\ a' ') i, week's issue of the News. night. of the areas where has completed 18 months of overseas Total rushing (yards) Clewiston 78,
-- -- enables the I duty. Besides assisting at interrogation A. P. 81 Net rushing
the most game is taken', ; (penalties)
l Light Service Off commission to make' arrangements Sgt. Logan takes charge of all Clewiston 56, A.> P. 29;' Passes attempted
: Two Traffic: Accidents activities in Ids section which In-
:, for restocking such sections, thus Clewiston 8, Avon Park
.._ ; ', Friday and Thursday making it to the sportsmen's'' inter- cludes, among other things, the 16;, Passes completed, Clewiston 3, .

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'II .. Engineer'k. Gross stated son's total bag, said/Kennedy. Clewiston 29, A" P.. 62; Runback. of
.. City "
::1''A: car driven by Capt. ,M.. M. Cash this week that the two-hour loss of Of the, State's 6'l counties, onlY. tenance to of an adequate map'system kicks, 'Clewiston, 114. A. P. 13;
keep the crews informed of the
,: r : '. of Riddle Field collided with another electric service last Friday was 41 reported on the 1942-43 season Average length of punts from line

,' f,{' driven by Sgt. LeRoy Hare late caused by the breakage of a high The game situation in the ,remaining enemy. of scrimmage. Clewiston 25 yards' ,
.;1 :.I. Saturday: night at the 'Seminole intersection voltage line by a sugar corporation 26 counties remains an unknown Sgt. Logan took, charge of this A. P. 30 yards; Penalties, Clewis

N.r r with considerable dam- dragline. Service was restored as quantity and as a result the com- section soon after the group was ton 15 yards, A. P. 40 :yards.
: basis which to activated on August 1, 1942. After The Clewiston line-up follows -
.' age to both cars but no personal injury rapidly as possible for the greater mission has no on was as
': save a slightly cut forehead on part of the community but there allocate replenishments. assisting in the training program : Pape le; Torbert It; Poole,

:' ; Mrs. Billie Crow, occupant of one of were some sections without electri- During the 42-43 season, 349,553 carried out by the group in e\the Ig; Conkling, center; Conover, re;

&: ,', the cars. The collision occured when city for several hours. quail were reported taken while states, he arrived overseas with the Holland, rt; Beardsley, rg; Mc.

..;:. ,r,;i-. :" 'Capt. Cash turned too sharply in Again on Thursday afternoon, this I squirrel were the next most popular ground echelon of the group in Leod Martinez: Wilcox and. Wal-

-front of the 'Ford driven by Hare week another wire was broken by .a attraction 193,768 being bagged on February, 1943. dion backs.

\. and owned by R. J. Lee. dragline at the starch plant but was : the basis of reports filed. Doves Near the close of the Tunisian The Tigers meet the strong Stu-

'J"'! f" "' The second collision occured at the I quickly repaired, service being restored ranked next, with 159,379. Ducks campaign, an advance party from art team on the local field tonightfor

i Beck Service Station intersection in a few minutes. reported slain were 70,917, while the group was sent to a forward air I the first home game of. the sea-
i ;:' late Monday afternoon when Elden the smallest number of any game base near enemy lines. His staff son and will play at home again

:.: Holobeck, driving a Nash sedan ran taken was geese with 384. officer was allowed to pick one man I next Friday night when Moore Ha-
:, :. '<' into a station wagon driven by Red Cross Surgical The deer population was dimnished and Sgt. Logan was selected. He ven's Terriers take them on in a }

.: ',' Snowden Howell. Holobeck said ne Dressing Room Has to the extent of 1,293 and turkeyssaw worked tirelessly and enthusiastically game which is always colorful regardless
-, 'was unable to see the approaching a loss of 3,126. The coot fam- with "his officer in gaining infor- of relative strength of the

car because of a defective windshieldand Received New QuotaThe ily contributed liberally to enter- mation from the enemy and plan- two teams because of the good- -

drove out onto the highway tainment of hunters, 36,572 being ning tactical attacks against German natured rivalry between the two

from the side street in the path of reported as bagged. Brother positions. teams.
workers at the Red Cross
".. the station wagon. Coon's clan sustained casualties of That I
Surgical Dressing rooms at the Com- they did their job so well is

1. munity Center and the, Barracks 20,692. exemplified -by the excellent results Dr. Ezelle ResignsAs
In making application for hunt-
Intake Crib attained
r Light completed their quota a couple of by'the group. During this
: ing licenses, a brief census form appears short period of time, on sea sweeps Member of Local
the
(. weeks ago and rooms were clos-
To Be Replaced at the bottom of the applica-
1 alone, the accounted for
ed last week until a new shipmentof group .one
material was received for a new I tion and upon being filled with figures large destroyer, two small merchant Rationing Board
:
''' quota. of the hunter's previous year'sbag vessels, and one Siebel Ferry sunk, I __
: The Intake Crib located into the
3,230 is turned department
'. This material was received this with two Siebel Ferries probably Dr. J. W. Ezelle, a member of the
yards NE 3-4 E of Clewiston channel : for compilation. Kennedy urges all sunk.
week and the rooms are again Clewiston War Price and Rationing
]light No.2 is open.
temporarily markedby County Judges to cooperate with the
four fixed red lights The Intake The new quota consists of 9,000 I Department in making kill reports Sgt. Logan's group participated in Board since its inception, this week
Crib 4x4 dressings. every major campaign in the Medi- tendered his resignation as a member
'S light, previously reported established filed on application for hunting licenses '
i') terranean. It has supported six effective immediately. I
... will be replaced when construction for the 1944-45 season com
.... ', of the crib is completed, Stewart Catches I plete. amphibious operations and was first Dr. Ezelle gave no reason for his .
the Coast Guard Public Relations. to operate from bases in Italy. For resignation but it is. understood that

Office in Miami announced this week. : Wildcat In Trap its excellent work in bombing the his work has made it impossible to

!(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:N....:NN.. :.:.NWith Balkans the 'group received a Presi give much time to the work. No
Near Home TuesdayElbert dential citation. recommendation has' 'as yet been

l: :Sorority Selects Miss It has aided the drives on Cas- made for a member to succeed him.

'. ,. Cornette L.' Stewart, who has been sino and Rome and then ranged far ---
; Fairy Queen
: missing chickens quite often of late north into Italy to help cripple Ger- HILLBILLY SHOW
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'/ ---- from his pens at his home on the 1 man lines of communication as partof

z' The sorority, Kappa Gamma Tau, Ridge, suspected the reason when he the successful "Operation Stran- MONDAY NIGHTA

.. ;.":,'. selected Miss Edythe Nell Cornette discovered the screen door of the Our Boys gle." Recently' the group has

I .:" ,a of Clewiston as Fairy Queen for a chicken pen had been broken in. concentrated on targets in southern
"'.:.'- festival to be held Thursday night So the next day he planted some I France with great success. The I great array of hillbilly talent

;.:,. : at DeLand. The theme of the fes- steel traps just outside this door and in the group was responsible for the sink- will be presented Monday night in

: ( tival is Fairyland. Miss Louise awakened Tuesday morning to finda ing of ,a submarine and the crip- a continuous performance startinga

..' Roath accompanied Miss Cornette huge bob-cat caught in one of the pling of a cruiser and battleship in at 8:15. at the lot adjoining the
.'' to DeLand. traps. Mr.: Stewart quickly dispatched the harbor at Toulon. Clewiston. News office.
ServiceIf
j the cat with his rifle and brought Sgt. Logan recalls tho most me- There will be two hours of fiddling

'; > SEES PANTHER it to town. It was one of the largest- I morable: events of his overseas dutyas singing, yodeling, dancing and

ever seen in this section. the day that he accompanied advance other entertainment. Popular prices
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, while riding Other cats are reported to have I units of the British 8th Army will prevail.Main .

from LaBelle to Palmdale last Sun- been killed in recent weeks in the ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..: onto Tunis while the city was still feature of the' evening's

day afternoon with Mr. McGehee city limits. under fire, thus' being one of the show will be "Cousin Wilbur" former -

states that she saw a large panther --------, you've noticed the broad smileon first Americans Into, Tunis; and his star of "Grand Ole Opry" whichis

Y -near a duckpond on the prairie. Mr.: TO ATTEND HEARING the face of Lillian Hooks the last recent visit to Cairo, Alexandria, a nationally known radio program:

McGehee was watching the ducks on few days and had occasion to talk: I Palestine and Tel Aviv. Other artists and added attractions

i's, the pond and failed to see the cat C. E. Miner, chairman of the to her you already know that Dick I Besides the Presidential citation will be Pete Pyle and his Mississippi
which Mrs. McGehee said appearedto Clewiston War. Price and Rationing is coming home. For the last two I ribbon, Sgt. Logan wears the Euro Valley Boys and Girls, Slim Smith,

{ t be slipping up on the ducks. There Board, will leave for Miami Monday years or more he has been playing pean-North African theater ribbon, Pappy Herbert Jack Crews, John
:' are still quite a few of these big cats where he has been summoned by the around down in the South Pacific ; the Good Conduct ribbon and is also Neely, Jack Jackson, Miriam Horn

-d, in the 'glades but rarely has one OPA to attend the hearing there next with the Navy's Sea-Bees and now is entitled to wear three gold stripes and Mary Fuller, besides Clem and

been seen this far north of the Big I week; on conditions in the Miami of- I' getting a furlough home. He call- j'j'l' I denoting the completion; of the 18 Maggie, "Boone County Jamboree"stars.

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w' ea oar r Its }helped me often:

Aid Demobilization IWNus ryu) tKrou<$K ?t troublous time

Notes of a Newspaperman: For when
Washington, ,D. C. my job seems
CONGRESSMEN TO LONDON Londoners relayed this one via D. full oF obstacles]

Vets' and Civilians' Problems Would Be TackledIn Without any publicity, the British .I I rendezvous Chandler .between. About the the King luncheon and Its-tkere I madly chase

Communities ReemploymentIs government has quietly moved to. General Eisenhower which the that
Own ; improve British good will by arrang- His during words rhyme.
Majesty turned to the General
Goal. ing air ,transportation for six con- f\1.C!
Major 'will inspect and remarked: "What do you thinkof
gressmen to London.> They "
the damage done by the robot Montgomery?
blitz and take side trips into France Eisenhower paused and then replied <-
By BAUKHAGENews The British embassy did not actu- : "He's a great military
genius, but I often have the
frankly
Analyst and Commentator. ally invite the congressmen to come "
: ,feeling he's trying to get my job. ,
to England, but made a point of let
administration with its hundred of- "Oh, really?" said King George.
WNU Service, Union Trust Building, ting three Republicans and three WNU Features.
Washington, D. C. fices with a personnel experiencedin "I'm glad to hear that."
Democrats know that seats on Brit-
criticize handling ex-soldiers'; claims since '"How do you mean," Ike asked,
to
These days it is popular the end of World War I. I ish planes' leaving New York for "you're glad?"
their
Democratic methods for London were available.
were appointed in the ,"Well," answered the King be-
mills Committees
lack of speed. The legislative First pair to go were Representatives CLASSIFlEDDEPARTMENT
noted various states: composed of repre- tween giggles, "to tell the truth I've
do grind, slowly, ajs we have James ,Richards, South Caro-
these whose been little worried about the
a
sentatives of agencies, sarm
delaying ,
with many of the measures lina Democrat, and Karl Mundt,
readjustment to the peace to function was to assist in'the creationof South Dakota Republican. They thing, myself!I"

come. But in the case of the first the information centers. In many were followed by Democratic Con- t
steps toward preparing for demobilization states these .committees have been gressman Brooks Hays of Arkansasand If this George Bernard Shaw sally HELP WANTED Ie t
which have brought up able to report that the organizationof Republican Walter Judd of Min- has been printed, it eluded us. Ten-
it so these smaller groups is now ade- nyrate, at his last birthday he told
such hearty disagreements, nesota. The latter trip may be significant Persons now engaged in essential
happens that, quite unobserved by quate to handle the present load; since it occurred only a few newspapermen: "Yes, I am now 88 industry will not apply without statement
most observers, the machinery has in other states,' the completion of the days after these two had introduced and I haven't an enemy in the world, ot availability from their local
been grinding steadily ahead just organization is underway. Mr. their resolution calling for bipartisan not one enemy!" United States Employment Service.
tells that he feels that a "A beautiful "
Bailey me thought, respondeda
the same. consideration of the peace terms -
This was achieved by executive national framework has been con- by this country. reporter. PREPARE FOR A GOOD STEADY JOB, '

order, and, on the surface at least, structed upon which the complete The last pair includes RepublicanWalt "Yep," added Shaw, "I've outlived'them Service men to Department learn electric Electrical motor Equipment repairing.
it appears that work has been done organization can be raised as demobilization Horan of Washington and Dem- all!I" Co., it N. W. 4th Street, Miami, Florida.

while congress was disagreeing.Since begins and war indus- ocrat Chet Holifield of California.
Experienced Laundry and dry cleaning ...
February 24, when the execu- tries are cut down. Holifield, incidentally, was planninga At a Hollywood gathering the oth- workers wanted. Good hours good pay. '
order creating it was issued, the This is the organization which has er night Donald Ogden Stewart Apply In person only. Laundry & Cleaners
tive quick trip overseas in order to Board of Trade,555 S.W.8th St.,Miami,Fla. t
Retraining and Reemployment ad- been functioning under the execu- check on some lend-lease mattersfor made a talk on the brave new world.

ministration has established more tive order. It is taken for grantedthat the house Democratic leader- He told the story ,of the little boy

than 8,000 information centers which it will be continued in functionif ship. Each pair consists of one Re- whose Sunday school teacher asked FRUIT

will be the contact point with discharged not in exact form, and of course publican and one Democrat, with who made him. The boy replied: APPLES-APPLES-APPLES

veterans and war workers.It provided with adequate funds for expansion the British determined to do all they "I'm not done 'yet. I plan to havea Fancy-$5 box "C" grade S4.50 box; select -
erected the framework of a current future legis- in utility S3.50 basket. To consuming public -,
or
also by: can to prevent inter-party strife in part making myself. not over 5 bu. to each person. Shipped
system which can be expanded to lation. But the point is ithat in the the U.S.A. from interfering with the express collect. Send check with order.
take care of the peak demands when interim action has been taken, with- peace conference.The Joe Alger is the chief copywriterof Miller Apple Orchards Cornelia Georgia.

; demobilization starts' in earnest. out working for the legislative congressmen were,told,by the Life promotion With otherson
These information centers are the bodies {to deliberate and adumbrate British: "We have already been hostto the staff Alger was figuring outa PERSONAL

vital points of contact between gov- while the readjustment program several American scientists and new slogan for Fortune For-

ernment agencies and the citizen, merely marked time.Administration educators for brief trips across, and tune, they all agreed, was changingin Lonesome swer 3 questions-Worried SI -best Troubled.of ny ability Will an-
veteran or civilian who is startingon we don't like to discriminate against character and it should also havea J. B. GUSHING (
the road back to peacetime Eager congressmen." new slogan His clown suggestion -: 105!) East Reed San Jose. Calif.

existence.The To Make Good ShowingSince got a howl, to wit: "Although

philosophy back of this whole the Democratic administration ALLIED SKI TROOPSFor Fortune is only half the size of the MISCELLANEOUSCAN ,
readjustment plan is based on the is open to short criticism if the first time in the war, Ca. phone directory is twice, as in- ---- --- --
YOU BEAT THIS? One full dozen
idea that a man or woman can best ,any phase of the adjustment;; pro- nadian and American ski troops are teresting!" men's white kerchiefs. 17x17. with one
be served by his own friends and gram drags, considerable effort will due to see the sort of action they dozen men's National rayon cotton sox both for $5.
Order 90.
now. Outlet Chicago
neighbors. The government, local or be made to show results. Pressure were trained for. Mark Ethridge, the Louisville

federal, helps, but the local community applied to congress to hurry the The first special service force, newspaperman, and his wife recently -
whose own prosperity depends legislation was exerted, too, with trained in mountain warfare at Hel- had Vice President Wallace as PRINTING

on the prosperity and happi- the Republicans perhaps in the less ena, Mont., and in Alaska and the their house'guest Mrs. Ethridge MIMEOGRAPHING and MnItIEraphinC.
ness of its members, is the best of advantageous position since the Aleutians, is now in southern France recruited the entire family to help 14 years of fine work and fair prices. Freesamples .
philosophers and friends. original offered by the ad- dust off things wash window, and prices. E. ALLSMITH. 1500
measure
guides, with the forces of General ,Patch. A every W. Nedro Avenue Philadelphia 41, Pa.
The Retraining and Reemployment ministration was considerably altered thrust across the Maritime Alps into etc. After two days of house- I-

administration is the child of first in the senate and laterin northern Italy will give them their cleaning, Mrs. Ethridge cautionedthe --'V

the Baruch-Hancock report, which is the house. first actual skiing action. This spe- children: "Remember now, Mr. GI Fuel Tablets
a lengthy 'document embodying the When the President was asked for cial service force includes both Ca- Wallace is a very simple man."

results of a long study and presentedas comment on Governor Dewey's nadians and Americans, and will "Well, if he is," groaned ,the tini-

a suggestion for appropriate charge that the New Deal was afraidof probably come up against German est of the Ethridges, "then all I can Soldiers in the field who for-
Since the lawmakerswere the because'it is that we've done lotta unnecessary used candles
legislation. peace was uncer- rear-guard 'units as the Allied armies say a merly paraffin to
slow in their law-making, the tain that the economic problems chase the Nazis toward the work!" heat their food, now use a new

President issued his executive order would be satisfactorily solved, the Brenner pass. .. synthetic fuel tablet which heats

under his war powers. resident merely said we could.' say: R f SELECTION It happened in the Stork Club cans in seven minutes.
He put the'new administration under that he smiled broadly. IN BRITAIN Two handsome young Army lieuten-

the office of War Mobilization, Meanwhile, some members of the British government leaders aren't ants walked in and tablefortwo'dacross

its head, Mr. Byrnes, named Gen- administration not sure' whether saying anything about it, but Roose- the way from where a,Majorwas

eral Hines, head of the Veterans smiles were in order have been out velt has been tipped off by Churchill seated with a charming young lIeUe!
administration, as Administrator of in the field attempting to find out that immediately after the fall of thing The wolves decided to IJuiclt

the Retraining and Reemployment I just what has been accomplishedtoward Germany a general election will be try and meet her-but how? ,

setup. opening the way to full em- held in England.In They scribbled a note to the Major, FROM SNIFR.Y STUFFY DISTRESS OP

New Works ployment, which is generally ad- fact, Churchill's Conservative hoping he would be flattered by it-
Agency
mitted to be the one sure answer to party leaders have already sent in- and 'send for them The note i&dbIdsISPECIAL
With Other U. S. ,Bodies the danger of a depression. The structions down to their borough read: "We wish, sir, you would set-

Under General Hines was createda work of the Retraining and Reem- leaders to begin organizing for a tle something for us. We are seated

policy board made up of repre- ployment administration if it can national election. across the way. :My friend says you >t
sentatives of the various govern show a good record can be an example Churchill's party strategists have impress him as being a lawyer in Double-Duty Nose Drops

ment agencies whose functions fit of one of the first concrete already had conferences with lead- civilian life. 'I say you have the Works Trouble Fast Right Is!Where

into the picture, the purpose beingto steps. ers of the Labor party and have manner and poise of a dignified doc-

make use of existing government Reports of the informal investigators sought their support for a continuation tor." Instantly, relief from sniffly, sneezy
: agencies insofar as possible rather have not been made public. We of a future coalition govern- The Major enjoyed the flattery for, distress of head colds starts to come
than to create new ones. The agencies do know that in some communitiesthe ment. The Labor leaders of the a moment but after noting their when you put a little Va-tro-nol up &

represented on the board are: local people have respondedwell. Churchill cabinet, however, have handsome features and youth, sent 1 each nostril. Also helps prevent many
M1 a 'colds from developing if used in time.
labor, federal security, war man- Many energetic mayors and said no. They believe that after the back this message: "I was neithera Just try it! Follow directions in folder.
power, selective service, the war department Chambers of commerce are ready war, Labor should go on its own. doctor nor a lawyer as a civilian.As .
navy department, war and anxious to show their local in- Conservative leaders, however, a matter of fact, I was a taxi- WD [($ WR1. @.ii@IL

., production' board. dustries the benefit of the possibilities figure that the rank and file of the dermist and I fully intend to pre-

This board has general supers of expansion. They have been Labor party will not follow their ; serve this pigeon for myself!I"

vision of all activities affecting the active in making plans which will leaders but, instead, will follow Invest in Liberty1:r

;fir,; returned veteran or the dischargedwar get the returned veteran or war- Churchill. Lint From a Blue Serge Suit:
worker and it consults with congress worker a job, or get him in contact Churchill's move' in calling the ft ft Buy War Bonds
walked
Kai-shek out
on matters which would pro- with the proper source for training general election immediately after Mme. Chiang
is in the
wife living
because his first
'" mote the processes of readjustment. which will make him a potential the armistice is considered, very "-
house Tax experts point out
"' Specifically this is a large order benefit to the community. ,In such shrewd timing. Today he is popu- GET '
for it involves getting jobs, getting places the committees are quicklyand lar in England. A few months from that Frank Sinatra's him little income more of AFTER RDEUIATIC PAIN
will net
$1,450,000 'I'
the right job for the formed and he not be. The British
easily now
right man; are preparedto may than $25,000 The Dep't of Jus- Y/lth/ a Medicine that will Prove ItselfIf
training for jobs, training the right function-in some cases are already prime minister will stand on his tice is it be consulted on you suffer from rheumatic pain
man for the right job and assuring functioningeffectively.After war record, and his cooperation with insisting or muscular aches;buy C-2223 today
; _'':. an expert and sympathetic handling all, the federal government, Roosevelt will not be played downas the legality of any peace treaties.A for real pain-relieving help. 60c First, $1.

,t ;. of the process, from the human as byt a unanimous vote in congress, one reason why he should be returned Caution bottle : Use only as directed.is refundedIf
movement has started to deco- purchase price
well as the economic standpoint.: It produced the GI Bill of Rights, that to power. It is5 expectedthat Jack and oth- you are not satisfied. Get C-2223.
Benny
also deals with all the multifold welfare program opening a thou- the Conservative party will win rate Bob Hope,

,, benefits and rights' of the GI Bill of sand effective channels for human without too much difficulty. ers who have gone overseas with the
Rights,already'' dealt with at length 'readjustment, physical, moral, in- boys Ben Swig, a Boston realtyman
in these columns. tellectual and economic, to normal NAZIS IN SPAIN .1 1 bought the St. Francis Hotel TO CHECK BA
for 4% mill. He
San Francisco)
The man on whom most of theresponsibility life, to millions of servicemen. It Once again Nazi troops are mak- ( '
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for carrying out theadministration's devolves upon their friends and ing for Spanish soil. Members of paid $750,000 in cash. Four days \ .F IN 1DAYS
interest for that
I half
later he sold
;
work has fallen so neighbors to see that their benefits the army which got its first taste of .
far is C. W. Bailey, executive sec- remain the benefits of the com- war seven years ago by putting sum. In short, he owns a 4% mil- 666Liquid
dollar hotel for the price of a tape
retary of the policy board. munity rather than lose them to Franco in Madrid, today are steal- lion
round ticket to the coast.
Following the theory of utilizationof some more energetic society or, by ing through the French countrysidebelow trip for Malarial Symptoms.

existing agencies, the board im- complete neglect, to oblivion. Bordeaux to be interned in .
mediately turned to the three gov- Spain rather than ,be captured by The G-Men have' a complaint

'- ernment agencies which were 'already Total federal receipts jumped the Fighting French. This was why about a. musician in a symphony WNU-7 39-44

fi' engaged in activities similar from $22,700,000,000 in fiscal 1943 the Spanish ambassador in Wash- orchestra. He allegedly refuses to ;

to those, or including those which to $40,500,000,000 in 1944, an increase ington last week issued his state- play the National Anthem and

the R. & R has to'do; namely, selective of 78.7 per cent, accordingto ment barring .Nazi exiles. curses it.Baseball.

G' service with its 6,500 offices in a recent U. S. treasury report. However, a real test of U. S.Spanish -
-1' all ,parts of the country through Analysis of the report by the Fed- policy is in the making. Some is the only enterprisethat "-
its .
i which virtually everyone who entered eration of Tax Administrators shows Nazi military: men are already in hasn't raised prices
0 the armed services had French collaborationistswho His friends are urging a high diplo-
to that more than $33,000,000,000 of the Spain, plus
,i,_ pass; the United States Employment 1944 total, or 81.4 per cent, was will later be charged with war matic post for Mayor LaGuardia Stevens' Get rid of pests that creep while you sleep
f:'>:'. service, with its 1,500 full time brought in by income and excess crimes against France. It will be Knopf will get James new Use Stearns' Electric Paste. Convenient.No .
', offices which have been manuscript, said to be a masterpiece fuss, no muss. Dependable for 66
: the main profits taxes. All other taxes yielded up to U. S. Ambassador Carlton to years. 35c and $1.00 at your druggist'
channels carrying the war workersto about $7,500,000,000, almost equaling Hayes, apologist for the Franco gov. He gave Paul Bunyan
their jobs, and finally the Veterans the total federal receipts in 1941. ernment, to deal with them. American literature. I rt lr





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is
asper-That new girl very Joan-Where was your cousin
; dove-like. born?

Joan-Soft and cooing? Jasper-In California.

WHO is the top fighter in the Jasper-No, pigeon-toed Joan-What part?

pound for pound? This Early Experience Jasper-All of him.Interested.

.., S'J rfh {:.SI1JI.YIr rf rrrru i .... A query covers many years, in addition Joan-All you ever want to do is'' I
to the present calendar.On sleep. What do you think you'll be '
\ the human side our selectionhas when you grow up? She had gone to the fortune teller and \
"::'4 always! been.'Harry Greb-a 160- Jasper (sleepily-An undercover man. had listened with increasing interest to I
the,sketch her
pound whirlwindwho of life. I
"Madam," said the teller in i
fortune
,
:. in ring contestsor Credit Where Due
6 .. .:', her most impressive "you
,, 't manner
:'t' N. t. training periods Joan -My, did you catch all
should be
happy. A noblerman
very very
practically wrecked those fish yourself, Jasper? than your husband you have yet
such stars as GeneTunneyJackDemp Jasper-Oh, no, I had a few to meet."\

worms to help me. "How absolutely thrilling! When?"

sey, Tom Gibbons
\ and Jack Dillon.I .

am referring to Cuddly Pooch That St Joseih
the Greb that had

( two eyes, when he n Everyone Will Love ASPIRIN
: first wrecked Tun- r Y ayNf { a WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT I IV

I ney and Gibbons

I and when he com- Grantland Rice I
pletely bewildered I
Jack Dempsey with ,his speed in a ARE OVERWORKED

I training spot. TIRED-RUNDOWN ?
My friend Frank Buck goes on be-

yond Greb or Stan Ketchel, Joe Are you working too hard for your
Gans or the pick of the human lot. I age? Then VITA-BERLES may be
Buck nominates the Wolverine-a 35 the pep tonic you need. VITA-
BERLES contain a special combina-
or 40-pound terror from Michiganand tion of Iron, Iodine Calcium and high
a few other northern midwestern potency (1500 USP units per day)
states. vitamin B-l. For men and women

"The ,Wolverine, pound for pound, ri- over 40, deficient in these vital ele-
e. ments, VITA-BERLES may be the
:' ,:,:M" is the world's gamest and greatest : ,.., secret to building up pep, punch and
c'. .wi..ibt t'"c fia'iaA.ti\ ? ..ka u: m 7..au:;rooa.wNwuuiwwayaaoaiavH:: aaaaab\wa3a:: y.'cuSn+wav'watiao3i;1n''.''': fighter," Buck says. vitality for a happier, healthier, romantic '
Liberal in $1.00
"The is but not life. supply ;
; Rice Balls in Mushroom Sauce Badger tough, box. Demand VITA-BERLES at your
Meat Point Pointers :
'I : (See Recipes Below) quite that tough. You know even a, t1( ;::: : z ? druggist or send $1.00 direct.
::: \": : 250-pound bear doesn't match any VITA-BERLES SALES CO.
part of the Wolverine-who is not 2175 Station H Cleveland, Ohio.

4- 1.: Flavorful' Meats Lynn, Says only fast and strong, but who likesto
'.:S: .f. :' fight. I can't think of any animal

'. .': : fcV::'. You'll be using more of the lower who 'won't give the Wolverine the e .
: :,, : grades of beef as time by. Most Point Pointers: Use low tem- .... ,
\ goes right of way. What he could do to lfl.' ';>!E1 '- LlIM
". ;,1 1' ,: of the AA and A, top grades of beef, peratures in cooking meat, regardless a. 1100-pound police dog wouldn'teven Pattern No. 7244 SNAPPY FACTS

",l >( .' are going to armed forces and utili- of the method. High tem- be close. I can't think of a ABOUT

, ,,\, : ty .or lower grade beef will be moreL peratures shrink meat unneces- dog that a 35-pound Wolverine THE caution to let sleeping dogs
"" available for civilian consumption. sarily. needn't with this I
:: ''t: wouldn't wreck in a few minutes. worry you
: !Z, ::, fj :sS I That calls for pulling out the old- Save all the meat you buy. If a Our knowledge of Wolverines had floppy, cuddly pooch he'll go ,

:.:rs / fashioned, flavorful recipes that will roast is boned at the butchers, been largely limited to Michigan right on sleeping. Everyone loves riJfRUBBER
",:" > ;,.>J... really make this beef taste good. We bring the bones home and use football teams. These also haven't him! \

t ;...::, used to do, and can still do it as them for soup.Different been any too soft. But they haven't, sAn I

: r < long as we pull the bunny of ingenuity seasonings 'add inter-' quite been able to match their name- amusing toy, simple to make and In. Consumption of reclaimed

E">:. out of the proverbial hat, or est to meats. Try onion gravy with sakes since a team known as Minne- expensive.pattern and Pattern directions 7244 contains for dog a; list transfer of rubber in the United States l

',; i ;;,:..," cookbook, as the case may be. beef. Mushroom soup, diluted and sota's Gophers have annoyed themno materials.Due increased more than 50 per

': .,... Inexpensive cuts of meat can be heated, goes well with lamb. little in recent years.In to an unusually large demand and cent from 1940 to 1943.
:';. made tender. by several methods. Horseradish adds pep to pot roast animal parlance the Gopher is current war conditions, slightly more timeis Reclaimed rubber may frequently -
." .;.i : ,' Round steak can required in filling orders for a few of be used in the
,"' c pr;> short ribs gravy. no great killer. But he is something
'' the most popular pattern numbers.
manufacture of the
:. be pounded with same
: ; Sfltt different football field.I .
Pork is with dashof ; on a
;?>.''.., '! a small hammer gravy good a Send your order to: articles from' which it was
; : asked Dr Buck Wol-
:' ,sage, lamb gravy with a bit:of ; just why a reclaimed.In .
,:: : :'" or mallet to break verine is so tough. "Every part .of
-: ,0:", :: : (; jl down the tissues, curry. him is tough," Frank said, "includ- Sewing Circle Needlecraft ,Dept. 1943 gasoline and. motor ,
Leftover vegetables such as 564 W. Randolph St.' Chicago 80, HI. vehicle combined
7 '" I then braised with V tax revenues
:
'
.. I : : ing teeth cla'"wsand especiallyheart.
., liquids--and sea peas, carrots; celery; lima beans ." Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to accounted for nearly 30 per
Wf", to savory and green beans added to gravy cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. cent of the total state revenues.
!
;:.. *,.::1,,:.'. '-- rsonings goodness. Stewing make it colorful, different and World's Best FighterI Next year will mark the

\ -; t;: q is another more nourishing. tried to pin Buck down to nam- Name thirtieth anniversary of the
.. for use of motor vehicles in the
good method ani-
; ? ing the world's greatest fighting Address .
mail
rural free
p--:; cooking this type 2 tablespoons salt delivery

"'.. t./." of meat. Adding tomato juice. 1 teaspoon allspice mal.This naturally leaves the humanout cars service.had Rubber-tired a bearing on mail the
.;y spices, mushroom soup and other 6 bay leaves unless him The federal
f: > you give a gun passing of the first
';..11." liquids gives peak flavor. I 12 gingersnapsWipe human is a rather puny animal USEHOID aid highway law in 1916.

T/:' :' Swiss Steak. meat with damp cloth. Placein when he isn't armed. Twenty or I

< : (Serves 6)) a saucepan and cover with a thirty animals would outclass himon
'" :. mixture of half water and half vine- even terms. HINTs U
1.'c '' Round or Arm steak, cut 2 inches
:. ,,:: .' :;: : thick gar. Add 2 tablespoons salt, sliced Among the best of the animal ,

1/\: :' onions bay leaves and spices. Let breed Mr. Buck includes the elephant ? l li
Flour '
,: ..5i.'t. Salt and pepper stand at least 24 hours. Place on I the gorilla, the tiger, the lion, I Cover hangers with felt or velveteen -I
srt. '_: 1 onion, thinly sliced stove and simmer gently until meatis the leopard, the grizzly and the big to hold sheer and silk

f > 2 tablespoons lard tender. Take meat out and let python. dresses securely.
.
"
:'. 2 cups tomatoes drain. Strain broth through a sieve "The elephant, is,just too ,big," he --
; ; and let it to boil. Then add Preserve the "pop" in popcornby
come a
r' ;!4'c 1 carrot diced says. "But one of the greatest fights B.F.Gtjh44
; .t. Vz cup corn gingersnaps which have been softened ever known would be between a. keeping the corn moist in a

'c::}, 1 small green pepper, sliced into a paste with cold water. tiger or, a lion thrown against the tightly closed container. ,.
This will thicken broth that it -.-
so grizzly bear. They would be well-
;., ; ....: Vz cup water
':' will have to be stirred about 3 'min- matched in ,weight. The grizzly is To prevent loss of stitches when .
,:;: :. (" Mix flour, salt and pepper; pound utes. Return meat to gravy and let much stronger'; than either a tigeror you lay your knitting down, put
x '.. steak. Brown in lard.
\: ; into steak .
': stand for about 15 minutes before but he corks on the ends of the needles.
a lion. He isnt| as quick
," '. Add vegetables and wateCover
.. ..I.. /t;", ": pan and ,cook in slow oven (300 de- serving. has a thick, protecting coating of -.- .
'., The favorite combination of ham hair around the throat. But eithera When your teakettle becomes \\
for 2Vfe hours. Add
grees) more wa-
: t./ .:: ter if needed., Serve with vegeta- and sweet'potatoes takes a new turnin tiger or a lion would have to get coated with limestone, pour hot .
: ,:, '/ bles poured over steak. this following recipe: him in a hurry or lose th<< : : Ham and Sweet Potato Roll. And I don't, think either could get 12 hours.
'.:>; : Short Ribs With Vegetables. FOR QUICK RELIEF
(Serves 6) him. in a hurry. -.- :
> (Serves 6)
:' ; % pound ground ham "What about the grizzly, lion or In preparing oven meals, it is a
,',-i.;'' .. 5 pounds short ribs of beef Vz pound ground pork tiger against a big python?" I asked. good plan to choose food that '

Tr5:'?' 3 teaspoons salt i Vz cup cracker crumbs I Buck had brought back a python cooks in approximately the same A Soothing C M A B.I 1/P ',

.- :;. teaspoon pepper 1 egg I that measured 29 feet. length of time anti about the same ANTISEPTIC W
2 lard Used by thousands with few .
tablespoons satisfactory
% milk '
'_ cup "You may remember, he said, temperature. suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi '
8 medium-sized
', potatoes Pepper "that, in the python-tiger fight pic- -.- nts. Get Carboil at drug stores or write
,; V'V:,' 8 small onions 2 cups mashed sweet potatoes ture I made, the python was on the Imitation leather chair seats Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn. .. .

:.. ,h' 4 parsnips Combine all ingredients except po- winning side. I wouldn't want to bet should be cleaned with an un-

.4.:, .I f 4 carrots tatoes. Spread on waxed paper to on any animal against a big python.I treated dustcloth. Oil or polish is

"H' :)'. Wipe meat with damp cloth, sprinkle Vfe-inch thickness, making a rectan- saw one kill a leopard in just a injurious to the finish.
,
:,' :;:/": with salt and pepper and brown gle about 6 by 10 _inch s. Spread few seconds." -.= '.j"j"I

\:."; > in hot fat. Add with seasoned potatoes and spread Paint a large white spot on the SIMil.Mighty
': ;< : ',',;' water, cover and fI ; like a jelly roll. Place in drippingpan Gorillas Tough, Too tractor belt, then when running I

'../' ;"..:.; :. allow to simmer and bake 1% hours in a mod- Then began talking about Gar- tractor unattended some distance
. we .
': .:
"' '.,::>' .' an hour.. Prepare erate (350-degree) oven. gantua, the big circus gorilla. How from the house, you ban see if the o ,
: ("1' ,: vegetables. Add Many dishes are made better by would he come out against any- engine is still running and if the :

;' :" :;.>'r;::. ;a,- whole 'potatoes, the addition of mushrooms, or by a thing except an elephant? belt is on.

: onions, parsnips; >y+ mushroom soup that combines both Mr. Buck admitted that Gargantua .
": .,r ':., and carrots cut inV the goodness of the mushroom and a would be something to stop. Big, I

.,<:<: :V half. Season vegetables, cover and well-blended white sauce. Try: powerful, fast''' and vicious-some 600 __...-..__- ._., J Jf
: continue cooking until vegetables
"1 *Rice Balls With Mushroom Sauce. pounds of dynamite Gargantua
'
: c: are tender. Serve meat on platter 6) would be no pushover against tiger, Good Eating/ I :
V (Serves
::V garnished 'with vegetables. lion or grizzly. _
1 pound hamburger
Spiced Beef. these vital statis-
We
are offering
'
3 pounds chuck steak 1 Jcup 10 -ounce rice can condensed tics to those who keep asking how Iatft ,ff

.' Vz teaspoon cloves mushroom soup Louis and Dempsey, or how Tunney
6 medium-sized onions
and Corbett would come out in a
Yz teaspoon peppercorns 1 teaspoon salt swinging joust.
Mix together meat, salt and rice I"ihe'Croias 1I
which has been washed and drained. Our answer is that Louis, Demp- ,CORN FLAKES
Corbett would be
sey, Tunney and
Lynn Chambers Point Saving Shape into small balls. Brown themin
outclassed by griz-
r Menu wHich hot has fat.been Add diluted mushroom with an equal soup zly completely, lion, tiger, gorilla, python any or are Great FOOds.-1iftI( 'dL_.. '" '::1:1I

'Rice Balls with Mushroom Sauce amount of water. Cover. Simmerfor king cobra in collision.any hand-to-hand or Kellogg's Corn Flakes bring you ff JI 1 t

//ti Baked Squash Green Lima Beans 1 hour. fang-to-fang nearly all the protective food elements Co O If '. +
Gene still thinks that a ..
Tunney M declared essential II Ifll
Jellied Fruit Salad I of the whole grain I
Do you have recipes or entertaining good fighter can lick a gorilla. Idon't
to human nutrition. rlA
: ., Bread Butter suggestions which you'd like to pass on think Greb, Tunney, Dempseyand .. "- K E S "

'1.--: ,: Lemon Beverage Souffle to Chambers other readers, Western? Send Newspaper them to Union Miss Lynn, 210' Gargantua.Louis together could handle _.......... -.!!:.. .. ,

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WAGE FOUR .' THE 'CL1 WISTON .NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, '1944

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ical and educational .reconditioningnot ,(Book\ 3) valid' indefinitely. A new GIRL SCOUTS FOR SALE-LBeautif ul

The Clewiston News.- only will keep him busy but will stamp is to becople good November

r also return him to good physical 1st. The meeting Wednesday was call- boxed stationery with

condition. Formerly employed here FUEL OIL ed to order by Louise Prewitt. We

Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In Clewiston NEWS,, by the USSC Pvt. McCalla enteredthe Period 4 and 5 coupons from last talked about putting our money in name or monogram im- "-

Inc. Army July 1942 and has since year and period 1 coupons for this the bank. We are going to make ,-

r- served almost two years in the season now valid. (Alabama, Ten budgets on how our troop money I printed. Colors white,

second class mall matter Southwest Pacific. The report on nessee, Mississippi not affected.) will .be spent and the best one will be j I blue and $3'.00per

Februacya1, 1927, at thfe Post Office In Pvt. McCalla failed to say whether GASOLINE selected. In the latter part of the I II grey.

March Crewlston 3,, 1897.Florida, under the Act of he was recovering from illness :or:: A-ll coupons now valid In Geor- I meeting we sang songs and the meeting -: box. Will make excellent -

battle wounds gia, Florida, the Carolinas and Vir- I was then adjourned. '
ginia through November 8. Three Christmas gifts.

CARR SETTLE Pnbllnher Added to our long string of ser- A-13 coupons in the new books will .JUNIOR G. A.'s MEET WITH 'I We
.. ---- do not have large
vice subscriptions is one this weekto become valid for four gallons each vHORTENSE CHASTAINThe a
Rate-?-2.50 Per Year .
Subscription Pvt. Robert Archer who was'formerly November 9. I j f stock so place order
Adicrtlalng Rates On Application. here at Baker's A-12 coupons valid west of Apala- your
employed Junior Girls Auxiliary of the
Service Station and is now a real chicola River through December Baptist Church met this week at the i i I i at once.-The Clewiston

Devoted to the advancement and welfare war veteran. He participated in the 21. home of Hortense Chastain. The!I I News. Call 39.NOTICE ,

of Clewiston and Hendry County. African and Italian campaigns and program, "Hands Full of Stars," .

is now serving in France. WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION TO MEET '1.was given by a group of girls who I UUUUU _
.
read a verse of Scripture and repeated '

Word has been received by his The Woman's Association of the the Five Star Ideals. A number -

I NATIONAL EDITORIAL! sister here that Kie Hathcock land- Community Church will meet Thurs- of cut-out stars were given each TO DONALD

; SSOCIATIOM ed recently at Cherbourg, France, day, October 12, at 3:00 at the girl to write the star ideals on. 35379801, A. DUMIRE '

church. 431 AAF Base Unit, Military Police
I \ with a tank corps and is probably by The Counselor, Mrs. W. A. Montgomery ; Sqdn. A, '.

now engaging the Germans along told the story of a Spanish!I Moses Lake,. Washington:
West Wall. MRS. :MUMFORD HOSTESSTO { a''i You are hereby notified that Bill for
the girl led Christ
being
I to.accepf by II I Divorce has been filed against you by
BRIDGE CLUB! WEDNESDAYMrs. picture of the baptism of Jesus. The I Evalee Rimes Dumire In' :the Circuit

R. J. Rattle, : who made many .. j i meeting' closed with\ sentence pray- ''I LaBelle Court of and Hendry you are CountY-Florida required to appear, at

Around friends in Clewiston while working N. V. S. Mumford was hostessto ;;, ers. in said suit on November 6th 1914, or f

Sporting here ,on the first unit of defense her bridge club Wednesday after- | Mrs. Chastain served a refreshing I the(SEAL Bill,) will WILLIAM be taken as T.confessed.HULL, i

By Bernard Myers I houses, came back last week to visit noon at her home in SugarlandPark. drink and cookies to:, Barbara Moore, I Clerk Circuit Court,

these friends for a few' days. He is I Joyce Turner, Iris Ann Wright, Sue I Sept. 29, Oct.Hendry 6, 13 County, 20, 1914., Florida.

The Moore Haven game comes up now on leave after twenty months : Mrs. F. Conkling won first Cornette, Betty Barton, Helen Es-:

Friday night and already enthusiasm in the Southwest Pacific with the prize and Mrs. F. Deane Duff was penlaub, Mary Edith Sutton, Joyce I

:Is pretty high on both sides. Thisis Navy Sea-Bees. He was a memberof second high. Fruit salad with sal- Tanner, Christine Dunaway, Joyce NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR

the first year of eleven-man foot- that fighting group which par- tines and coffee were served by the Barton, Elnora Tanner, Margaret:I
ball for both schools and they have ticipated in the Cape Gloucester to C. Owen Mrs. Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. N.
hostess : Mrs. W. Himrod, Hortense Chastain, Shirley I L.. Powell holder of the following certificates -
had somewhat the same problems.I landings. Otto Larsen, Mrs. R. C. ,Wilson, Mrs.J. Benbow and Mrs. Montgomery.MRS. has filed said certificates fora
healthy rivalry stayson ... tax deed to be issued thereon. The
that this
hope S E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, certificate numbers and
years of is- '.
Often-
a sportsmanlike? level, Connie Clark's mother, Mrs. Fred Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. Conkling and McLENDON ENTERTAINS suance the description of the property "
times rivalry like this can get out Mrs.. Mumford. BRIDGE PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT and the names in which it was assessed -
received letter
Topper, recently a are as follows: t
less
of hand and become something from her son's chaplain, Elvin II. I' Certificate No. 17. issued 1942 covering -

than a good outcropping of school Hartman, from India: where Con- SGT. HARE AND R. J. LEE Mrs. C. L. McLendon entertainedthe in the Lot name No.5,of Block David No.R. 358 Larsen.assessed

spirit. So, however your feeling nie is stationed with the Military ENTERTAINED AT SUPPER members of her bridge club at Certificate No. 12, issued in 1941
may be on the game after all, it'sa I covering Lot No. 27 in Block No. I7T(
football and not an inter- Railway Service. This form letter her home on Friday night of last assessed in the name of W. C. J. Her-
game
was sent to mothers of all boys in Mrs. R .J. Lee entertained at her week. I man.
county war. All said property being in the City
his unit on Mother's Day and Mrs. home Saturday night with a buffet The high score prize was won by I of Clewiston County of Hendry, State-

Topper asks us to print it, eventhough supper honoring Mr. Lee on his Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, a salad set, of Florida. '
is really Unless such certificates shall! be redeemed -
*
The bowling league go- Mother's Day has' long since birthday and her brother, Sgt. Le- second high by Mrs. V. Woodward, according law the property-

ing along in a fine clip. You can't passed. We are happy to do so: roy Hare, who is home on leave aft- a soap set, and low prize, a cheese described in such certificates will' be-
the away from there on sold to the highest bidder at the south
keep men
Dear Mother: er foreign service. knife by Mrs. Joe Hall. i I front door of the City Hall in the City
the nights they are to bowl. Someof '' of Clewiston on the first Monday m .
them bring a rooting section with Today throughout our armed Baked ham, potato salad, baked I Refreshments of salad, crackers the month of November, 1941, whichis
forces the world over every soldieris beans, hot rolls and olives were serv- and iced tea were served to: Mrs the fith day of November, 1944. (
them. If want a real treat come I Dated this _
you 29th
of
out and watch \ Tubby Owens bowl. urged to write a special letter to ed to: Sgt. and Mrs Tom: Malone, Lawrence, 1Irs.Voodward, :Mrs.: 1944. day September,

the ball all the pin his own mother. This message is Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and I Hall, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Glen/ M. W. BIGG
When he throws ;
boys scoot for cover. I think he :written as a sort of supplement to Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Maude Etherton and Mrs. R, M. Hare, Jr. I Sept. 29, Oct. G, 13, 20.' City Clerk.

j your son's letter. The writer knows Hare, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wolff, i ________ '
knocks the pins down merely by rN I MMnJV VM/.N MM/VM/V WMM
full well that one of your proudest Miss Roberta George, Miss Betty

Vibration.Last possession is your son serving his Kay French; Parker T. Wilson and I

Park country in 'this far away land. I Sgt. Hare.. I Today's C Q iii l-GRAPH Bypeters.-l
Friday night at Avon
only wish you could have attendedthe
, there occurred one of the freakiest WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP
church'servces$ with him this many the luxuries of
I of
plays I have ever seen on a football HOLDS PARTY -TUESDAY NIGHT
morning, a service dedicated to you : is life are "gone" for thedu-
field. On the opening play Avon ,.
-his mother. I know your prayers I ration-but we can.s. lI 4i:
:. .Park kicked off to us. The ball went : The Westminister Fellowship of
were with us today as we remembered keep your car in .top..operating -
". into the end- .zone, none of our ;boys you".specially in ours, Community. ._Church dead its first condition..'; See;us.,for i

touched it, an;Avon_ Park boy touched I know: you: ale: asking "What party on Tuesday? night since_ its, recent all needed ,service r: :.. .' .
the ball down and the referee .r: r rw ;' ( ...
, reorganization, at the church. < .
, shall I have, therefor that I have ..
awarded them a touchdown. I felt q
" offered my son to the service of my Games were played which were plan-1

pretty bad_ about this decision be- country?" I am certain that he will ned bjr ;members and refreshmentsof HENDRY .
cause I had not thought to tell the
and cookies were serv-
ice
cream
'c profit by his present service. If he
: boys to touch the ball down on that D.
attending 'were: Rev.
Those
ed.
he
was a youth when he left you,
" particular play. However, upon will return a man. His vision of life C. Hancock:, Barbara Jean Perry, COUNTY >

careful perusal of the rule book and has been broadened; his sympathieshave Mary Lois Hawkins,. Bub Mills, Bobby ...1
securing the opinion of the Clewis- MOTORS ,
Ann Prewitt, Rachel
I been enlarged; his prejudices Berner,
ton football experts, I'm fairly certain Martin Ann Slonaker,
eliminated. The ties of home and Miner, Danny ,

the decision was wrong. The mother have not been severed. Les- Jeanne Bartz, Jimmy Johnson, JoAnn : ; y CLEII'ISTOFLOP.TDA
touchdown didn't matter too much; I Ar
sons of dignity, honor, disciplineand Crouch, Edith Long, Mary ,
it was the psychological impact of Eddie .' : !
the worth of true character are Louise Thomas, Pat Bailey, .
the thing coming on the first playof 'ft J
proverbial in the Army. The pre- Conkling, Carline Berner and Sher- 1Mr l_i "tI
I
the game. The boys seemed to
servation of worthwhile qual- wood Hall.
every
be fighting an uphill battle all the .
-- ----- --- - -
---
dignified is ----
ity of personality a partof
,
way. The encouraging thing about -- -- ..
our responsibility. "
the game is that we were' superiorto -
Will kindly rest assured that \
you
Avon Park in rushing plays,
"
everything is being done to send THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. ..
blocking and tackling. The kids --
your son back the better for this
. really had a good time this trip. We
<.: experience. The better the boy
you
: had a lot of supporters up there, including .: '. I:;
send to the Army, the better the man
.; the cheerleaders in their j''I'
:, and the citizen that will return to -
trim looking, uniforms. ..
his community.We ..
.,
want to dream for the t
you ,on i
With Our
> Boys- future of your son that some day he : !
:
"
_______ i "* may occupy the place which you have .

planned '. for him in your happiest :,. :
:: ;
(Continued from page 11 : \
,:'..\' I II
moments. To that end we assure I : '
ed Lillian from California the first .I .' ',;. !
yon of our full measure of earnest "
of the week and saysjie'll soon oe : ,
home-just when he doesn't know. effort and cooperation.Your {: <:. I

And his partner during all of this ERVIN son's H.Chaplain HARTMAN., ,-::":,;' i .

time, Wilbur Goff, is coming with '* -* .

him and you may be sine they'll ri i i1U 1i
Lt. (j.g) Lloyd I elly arrived in
both enjoy that leave at home MiFflr""It .
regardless ; _, '
.
Miami
Wednesday morning and is ,; \ -
of the, length of the leave.
here to spend a 29-day leave with :". rI

his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.E. .

RalJhV.. Bishop is receiving his ,E. Kelly. Lloyd flew home from I irici .

initial Naval-indoctr nation at the Guam his leave .: '
for and has been as- I .... .
';: U. S. Naval Training Center at Great signed to Philadelphia Navy Yards / J 1, ti r t1 III I I 'r ?.Li',&:.:', -. !;

::. Lakes, Ill: His public relations officer for period I ; I
} a training of three or :
says that his recruit training' four months before being reassignedto 4 :2t. : :

rf:.- consists of instruction in seamanship active duty., / ,, ', ..' ,.:...... '
:
J, military drill and general Naval ; : ..: ..
procedure. During this perioda .1 -- ; .:
RATIONING .1.. r.. .
series of aptitude tests will be ...
} :.'.,- ,.. ;::2...'.' i.;< ;rr7t;-> :
taken by the recruit to determine : (.
CALENDARPROCESSED ,
whether he will be assigned to a .I '. .

Naval Service school or to immediate v

duty at sea. He will receive a per- FOODS 1 .

iod of leave after training is como' Blue- A-8 through R-5 (Book 4)' i sounds almost like a miracle, Judge... taxed capacity of our industrial alcohol

pleted. now valid at 10 points each. Blue j how did we ever do it?" plants.So, overnight,our country's beverage .

tokens, now invalid. Stamps good did it distillers making and r
"American industry Sally. When stopped whiskey produced
-r Paul R. Akin whose wife, and par-. indefinitely. the Japs conquered the chief natural rubber hundreds of millions of gallons of the :
:
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Akin, live :MEATS AND PATS r
producing'centers of the world they thought vitally needed alcohol.
here has been graduated from the Red A-8 through K-5 (Book 4):
had dealt a death blow to our "As a matter of fact Sally a high
: Naval Air Technical Training Cen- now valid at 10 points each for use they war govern-

ter at Norman, Okla. He was pro- with tokens. Both good indefinitely effort. But, in less than two years, we are ment official said recently. synthetic ,-

moted to the rating of seaman first .. *producing enough synthetic rubber in this rubber is from 6 to 9 months ahead of ':,

f class after five months instruction in SUGAR <, country to supply all our military and where it could have been if alcohol had not I !

f the aviation machinist mate school. Sugar stamp No. 30. No. 31, No. essential civilian requirements. been available for butadiene production.:" .

Paul joined the Navy on January 32 and No. 33 now good for five "Our rubber experts knew how to make "We were really fortunate, weren't we sit ;

:'. 2nd of this year at: Jacksonville. pounds each indefinitely. but the melt::: practical process at the Judge, to have a beverage distilling industry

4 CANNING SUGAR I! time lequired I J".le; amounts of industrial in existence able to help perform. this -.
t
Pvt. Louis McCalla, a former resi- Stamp No. 40 good for five pounds i alcohol far beyond the already overgreat wartime miracle! !" .

dent of Clewiston, has recently arrived canning sugar until February 2S I .,;; it i ii.

at Welch Convalescent hospital 1945. Apply to local boards for .

: the Army's new reconditioning supplemental rations.
center at Daytona Beach. The SHOES T/.IJ cdecjtiscmtnt sponsored by Coiferentt ofALoHo'ie Bettiai*j,i>i'itrttst Inc.:7" [t

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carefully planned program of phys- Airplane stamps No 1 and No. 2 =

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JFRIDAT OCTOBER 0, 1914 TILE CLEWISTON NEWS .
PAGE FIVE!
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: 2301 Driver Permits I In the hopes of learning more .1 N',2 of Section 11, Township Forty-six (46) I or I less. S
; N% of Section 31, .
Range Thjrty-two ,
about postwar safety on the streets, (32) THIS XOTIC. is published in com
; all In Township 46 South
containing 3A: ) pliance
acres, more
: and In the home Asher 31 East containing 960 I 270.07, Fieri*,
Issued Up To Oct. 1 highways 'I less. Statutes 1941. .

I Frank, Director of the Florida This more Notice or lees.is published Notice is published< In ,compli- The Trustees of the Internal Im'
,::. with Section 270.07 Florida Sta- I provement Fund reserve the right
Safety Council, accompanied by pliance with Section 270.07 1941. reject any and all bids. t

'. ::The sale of driver permits issued I their Safety Consultant J. Lee (Statutes The Trustees 1941. of Internal Fund Trustees of Internal Improve- I BY ORDER of the Trustees of th
reserve the right to reject Internal
; Before the deadline which was Oct. .I Brown, are in Chicago this week at- ment Fund reserve the right and all bids. State of Florida.Improvement Fund of the

; .2, was 2,301 ,in Hendry County, ac- tending the National Safety Con ( any BY and ORDER all bids.of the Trustees ORDER Improvement,of the Fund Trustees of the of State In- I Attest:Spessard. L. Holland, Governor-.
I
cording to a report made yesterday gress. | ternal Improvement Fund of F. C; Elliott, Secretary .451.

'. by County Judge R. M.\ Harris. This of Florida.Spessard L. Holland I Spessard I*. Holland, Governor Trustees I. I. Fund. ,
) ,
: Sept. 22 29 Oct.
I 6, 13, 20, 1944.
: was 285 more than was sold last Attest: Elliott, Secretary "
F. C. Elliott, Secretary : I. I. Fund. '
l, :year by Oct. 1. I LEGAL NOTICES ( Trustees I. I. Fund. ? 22, 29, Oct. 6. 13. 20. 1944. NOTICE *
Sept.' 22 29 Oct. 6 13 20. I TO ALFRED
. Orders were received from state McKINNIE,
't. A. T. Co. 47th Inf. A.P.O. 3
A.S.N.
i1. ;headquarters Saturday authorizing Tallahassee, Florida
co Postmaster
3405754 ,
t': Tallahassee. Florida Tallahassee. Florida
jan additional day Oct. 2, as the September 14, 19HNOTICE September 14, 1944 September NOTICE 19, 1944 I I You New York:
are hereby notified
t;:" deadline since Oct. 1 fell on Sunday. NOPIGENOTICE I Divorce has been filed against that Bill you to

\' ',{ From now on, with the exception is hereby is hereby given that the Flossie Bell McKinnie in the Il

0 r 'of service NOTICE is hereby given that the Trustees of the Internal given of the Internal Improvement I I Court of Hendry County, Florida, at
men and
of
,' women,' everyone the State of Florida offer for LaBellc and
I
are
you required to
:Trustees of the 'Internal Improvement Fund of the State of Florida appear -
f ,: who applies for license I to be sold to the highest bidder in saidi suit on November 6tk
a new Fund 9f the State of Florida. offer for sale to be sold to the highest ,
Florida at 12 o'clock ; 1944, or the Bill will be
, ; sale to be sold to the taken as confessed. -
: must first stand a driver's test I I highest bidder, in Tallahassee Florida, at 12 October 24, 1944, the following .
'-. in Tallahassee, Florida, at 12 o'clock NOON, October 24th 1944 the I
given by R. E. Hamrick state roaJ I lands in HENDRY COUNTY: I (SEAL)
NOON, October 24, 1944, the following ing described land in HENDRY % of Section 1 and S% of' Sec WILLIAM T. HULU

1.' : :patrolman for Hendry County. i I described lands in HENDRY COUNTY: /TY: I 1 1i 11, Township 46 South, Range I Clerk Clreuit Court, '
I I N% of Section 1, !i East Half (E%) of Section 1 East, containing 610 I Hendry County, Florida,
< _ _ .. acres, more S Sept. 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6.
.. --- .. -
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1 NOTICE OF ELECTION ninth (39th) and forty-first 'Mist That the following amencment

:i ..' ,', WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1943. Districts shall be elected for a term tion 24 of Article Hi ol the not such otherwise municipality or ly. a o and after the expiration
f ;\ under the Constitution of 1885. of the of four years and the Senator from tution of the State of Florida. ; of t of each of said County

:: ;" State of Florida did pass 10 Joint Resolutions the Fortieth (40th) District elected I to uniform county and of Dade ana Orange said Counties, the office
- '\ -' proposing amendments to the for a term of twc years trom the ernment and the municipality town. district of the County Solicitor and Pt
,j Constitution of the State of Florida. and time at the General Election of 1944 cities and towns be and the special taxing districts now ms Attorney shall be &
l ."'. Sbe same were agreed to by a vote and thereafter said Senators shall be hereby agreed to and snail be by law x which may be here said Counties, and all of the duties

: I ,\ at three-fifths of all the members elected elected for a. term of four vear except mitted to the elector! ->i the bv law In each of said of'the County 81citor within each of
) to each house; that the votes on said In case of a vacancy in office of Florida at the Genera. shall retain and control the said Counties the duties

4 ,: Joint Resolutions were entered upon Filed in offlc Secretary of State Representatives to be odd In fix their respective budgets of the State Attorney In each of said

;i their respective Journals, with the yeas June 14 1943 for approval or rejection: that purpose of measuring and 1m Counties.Section.

: and nays thereon and they did determine say. that Section 24 of Article mlllage to be imposed upon 1. On and after the ex

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

I Resolutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of the ida be amended so as to read a or other like taxes within. of the Criminal Court of Record of
: :; of the State at the General Election In Constitution of the State of Fl6rlda lows: municipality town. Dade and Orange Ountle. for which I

> November, 1944. Relating to Justice. Districts and Justice Section 24 The' legislature or other special taxing area. they each are serini have been,
NOW, THEREFORE 1. R. A. GRAY of, the Peace. establish a uniform system of County rax Assessor In each elected on 1. 1945. the offices
of State of the State of Florida and Counties shall In determining of the of the
,2. Secretary BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE municipal Kovernment which Cerk Criminal Cou'
,: do hereby give notice that a be applicable. except In cases ; add the amount levied of both Counties
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
' -' j < ,.. GENERAL ELECTION : local or special laws are by such mlllaBe to the Clerks of the Civ Courts of Record :
That the following amendment to Section -
will be held in in Florida hereafter Imposed by the respective and the Crimes
each county V may be provided by In Dade
, 21 Article
of of the COnstitu-
'. 'r; an Tuesday next succeeding the first islature that mav be of Dade and Orange. County shall all be and the
State
tion of the of Florida be and abolished
Monday in November A. D. 1944\ the therewith. 2. That on and after mid- duties of the Clerk Criminal
the same Is hereby agreed to. and the
l ;.' II said Tuesday being the same shall be submitted to the Qual Filed In office Secretary ot 31st. '1944. the County Court of both Ctie
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER June 10. 1943 ,' nl tho: rvnintiM i\i and the duties of the Clerk
x -
" Uled electors at the general electionIn -
-; ', ": Orange. State fFrid'i; Civil of Crimes In Dade '
for
the ratification or rejection of the 1944 for ratification or rejection: Cou County .
;, .' { said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments "Section 21. There shall be not more A JOINT RESOLUTION become the Tax Collector shall aumed. taken over and '

;' I .., :. to the Constitution of the State than five Justice Districts in each Amen* Section Six and Section ad valorem and acreage taxes become a the duties of the I,
/ y.;, t of Florida viz: of. Article XVm of the imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the Circuit Court
and there shall be elected
" : county one the State of Florida Relating and subsequent years (ex- In Dade and Orange Counties. I
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace for each Justice
; ,.; \ the Amendment of Section 1 of Article District, who shall hold office for four Term of Office of Persons now required to be col duties Section under 8. The the assumption o new
or Elected to Fill Vacancies In the Clerk of the Circuit provisions this
IX of the Constitution of Florida Existing Justice Districts are
". ,: years. within Article shall
... tive Offices Under Said each of said Counties. not entitle any I
oftic
recognized but the
; Relating to Taxation. I hereby Legislature to Increased
all County taxes and compensation:
; < BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE may. by special Act, from time to BE IT RESOLVED BY THE officers whom I
and upon such '
L \ : acreage taxes im new
TURE OF THE STATE OF : dutie'
time the boundaries of
change
: j'- OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: any any municipality, town dis shall be Imposed shall continue
.:' I That the following amendment to Section such District now or hereafter estab- That the following amendment to other taxing district upon governed by the general law of b
.
tion 6 7
and Section of Article U'
and establish abol-
; ished
: : :. 1 of Article IX of the Constitution may new or of the Constitution of the within each of said Counties, State a it now 1. or may Be ,
such District here-
:. ; :. .at Florida relating to taxation be and after ish any existing.. Provided now or.however Florida be. and the same la I Legislature may provide that after as relates the fixing of their I i
the Is and hall said Collectors shall respective salaries or 'prescribing their
(' < same hereby agreed to agreed to. and the same shall be also col
that such shall be submitted
.J ., ;:: ,I -' ',i b e submitted to the electors of the any changes mitted to the qualified electors other taxes, license or ex maximum compensation from fees: '.
', .' l'' : State of Florida for ratification or rejection to the people of any oouny,1Oaftected. State of Florida for ratification said Counties. Such col provided, however that each officer ,
referendum the next
by at
': :", at the next General Election: jection at the next each remit to the desIg- may as he assumes the herein stat
ensuing general election. ensuing\
,' to be held In 1944. follows: officials of each taxing additional duties. take over
f,; as
; 1 Filed In office Secretary of State. election, that Is to say: That allowed such
,, '1 I : Section 1. The Legislature shall provide June 10. 1943. 8 and 7 of Article XVHI of the In their respective Counties and aistat. 'employees
"r :, for a uniform and equal rate of f- stitution of the State of Fl taxes collected forthwith or expenses of assumed .
L'. ;': D taxation except that It may provide amended to read follows be provided by law. Each Tax as may be approved by the Budget
: as :
=
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an shall collect each Commissions of such Counties,
,' for special rate or rates on intangible "Section tax state- or b
J 4. The term of
.' Amendment to Article V of the Constitution full and shall Issue but one such other supervisory authority
but such rate rate
j'I' :: property. special or all appointees to fill vacancies &
.- of Florida by adding theretoan which shall may be established by the
-. ,: : hall not exceed two mills on the dole of the elective offices under this Include all Lgla.ture i,
". I lar of the assessed Taluation of such Additional Section Relating to the stitution or acreage taxes assessed Notwithstanding any '
\ shall extend only tothe
', Election of State Attorneys. Judges of any/ one calendar year upon clal law the provisions of Article
; Intangible property; provided. that as Tuesday after the first tb
,'J.
Record shall
'. .': to obligations secured by mortgage Criminal Courts of and County of real property, and upon self-executing Legislature -
., any January next after the election
Solicitors the and So- '
(except Judge of give
personal property and all may reasonable
deed of trust or other lien. the tntrpr
;i" qualification of a successor.
I ; icltor of the Court of Record of Bscambla shall be Issued to cover tation to the words phrases
..' Legislature:. prescribe intangible "Section In Se-
may an 7. all cases of
and Providing for filL tions of this Article
County), upon each parcel of real and direct !
: tax of not than two to fill
;. ; : more ;.' (2) r\f VnmnrlM! In any of imr.h Offices vacancies In office such for each calendar and effect by related laws. The th
". mills on the dollar which snail DO '- tion shall be for that of year ,
part
I tbe F t'uiid 'i-ih.
., Prior to sold by each Collector, as la : law control the compen- ,
,.'... payable at the time such mortgage First Monday In January. 1940. by Appointment unexpired term commencing on be provided!. by law. as relates onmacbla officer. anti t>i .T_ '
deed of first
trust, or other lien Is pre Tuesday after the first
:
: <:'..* by the Governor and Coo.irmatlon Taxes and tax certificates lc-e af-
anted for recordation said tax to be In January next after such ele I ot-'eab-
by the Senate. ; and which law 'fore- and fee
: J.:: by or fect
In lieu of all other Intangible assessments Piled in office Secretary of
,' on such obligations. The special BI IT RESOLVED BY THB LEGISLATURE June 12. 1943. converted Into title. may system they exist in Dade and ,
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I converted by the respective Orange and mav control all
'
.. oats or rates or the taxes collected
't.. ,'. ";. ;'i' therefrom. may be apportioned by the That Article V of the Constitution of A JOINT RESOLUTION and the property sold for the ; tee and charges of otice o Ofa
benefit of each within each of
the State of Florida be amended by' Interested sid
f Legislature, and shall be exclusive 'of Amend Section 9. Article t VTEI Section 0. Section 20 Cuntl.
'" adding thereto ,an additional section Constitution of the State of : sales shall be made o m
District and
an other
State
ijI. County and Section
and 5. 27 and 30 Article
1' Interest for delin
to be known as Section 47 of said Article -
: :' "' ; municipal taxes; and ,shaU prescribe relating to County Imposed .as provided by law and Section 8,of Article and Sec
relating to the election of State
V.
,.". 4, such,reguiatIons as shall,secure a lust Criminal BE IT RESOLVED BY THE orop(3)' taxes; each taxing author- tion 5 of Article Consti
S Attorneys Judges of Courta I
I -. valuation of all property; both real of Record and County Solicitors (ex- LATURE OF.THE! STATE OP.FL it Has::. a tax interest may tution. of the of Florida than *
S "" ; and personal. excepting such property' cept the Judge and Solicitor of the S That Section 5. of Article property sold for taxes or on remain In full force and effect and .
':, :' as may be exempted by law for municipal the Constitution of the State of and all moneys derived said Sections of said Articles and the
'S "' Court of I Record of Escambla County)
;.. "T, ,, '!' education literary. scientific and the same is hereby agreed to. and ida, relating to County Q> tales, and from penalties other provisions of the Constitutionef
j. :: religious or charitable purposes. be and the la hereby the State
'S; 'S shall be submitted to the electors of same shall be collected and of'P.rlda relating to the
.:' .S' Approved by the Governor May 20.S the State of Florida for ratification or and as amended Is agreed to and pro rata to the respective offices this Article
'1 ;, 1943. rejection at the General Election to be submitted to the electors of municipalities towns. drain- I shall'remain in full force and effect .
'". f (' Filed in Office Secretary ot State be held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at ,the general or other taxing districts save and except a they may each

: J ; ",: May 20, 1943. first Monday in November 1944. as follows tion of Representatives to be : to the proportion of taxes relate to such otJc and the SYt
' '\S I : : 1944 for approval or rejection. each upon each parcel or or taxation In Dde

',: A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys. Judges Section 5. of Article VUL as property involved. Orange Counties. Florida. as to
; ;: an Amendment to Article 7, Section 3. of the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: 3. Municipalities in each of such offices system and fees within
.1 ,., of the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors ( the "Section 5. There shall be by election said Counties such Sections and the
except Judge may special
::11 ', Florida, Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Record County Commissioner In each of prior to December 31. 1944. Constitution shall be modified and

)\ >-,- S f; by Amending Section 3 of Escambla County) shall hereafter five County Commissioner's right to assess and collect changed by this Article.
*;OJ\ ,"., of said Article so as to Designate Os- be elected by the qualified electors in each county which districts adoption of this Article, led in office Secretary of State
4 .. ,,', reels and Okeechobee Counties as a of their respective Judicial circuits or be numbered one to five inclusive. government within the 10. 1943.

.S ''\ ;. ;. .' Senatorial District Designate Broward counties as other State and County" officials shall be as nearly as possible of Dade and Orange may
'
S : County as a Senatorial District and are elected. I In proportion to population. less than fifteen (15) days A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing an

., .:. .9 ;' Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties "The first election of State Attorneys Board of County Commissioners publication, call a special to Article VTH of the Con- S

S ::\ ;; as a Senatorial District. Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from to be' participated in by the stitution of the State of Florida Rela-
S \. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries of freeholders of such muni live; to Assessment of Property for '
'\ \ S OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: the Judge and Solicitor of the Court tricts. Said County' only, who shall determine by Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by
S .5 S. S That the following amendment to Section of 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 OP: not be. effective within Provide that in the County of Hills- .
I .. of the State of Florida relative to census to take office the first Tuesday after place of voting for other Such freeholders brough. State of Florida, the County

S.I.' ,':" .. and apportionment designating the first Monday In January 1949, fleets, and shall hold office for by majority vote elect to Aesor. Shall Assess the Propertyof
'-. S r.. Osceola and Okeechobee Counties as for a term of four years. years Provided that the County' municipality come under for the Purpose of Levy- ,
: the thirty-ninth ((39) Senatorial District missioners elected from the lag State. County. School and Municipal -
even
',0' "The term or tenure of office of any- !!, or. by a like majority of
S Broward County as the fortieth one heretofore or hereafter appointedto bered districts in 1944 shall determine that it' shall Taxes Levied by the-State. County
5' 5 (40) Senatorial District and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentionedshall two years those elected In 1944 under said Sections. If by County School Board. School Dltrlct.
.- and Gulf Counties as the forty-first not be extended hereby. Any the odd numbered districts shall the majority votes to come Special Tax School Districts 1u.

S S (41)) Senatorial District be and the vacancy In any of such offices priorto for four years, and thereafter 1 and 2 hereof. or If nicipalities of the CountyBE
lame is hereby agreed to and shall be said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: falls' to call and ,hold I IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
.5 submitted to the electors of Florida Monday In January. 1949. shall be filled vided. that Section n of Article prior to December 31 OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:

S -S for ratification or rejection at the Gen_ by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall cot In either such event Sec That the tolowIni Amendment to Article -
'f.; aral Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as heretofore fected hereby." 2 hereof shall be effective Vin Constitution of the
i I P.) .Tuesday after the first Monday In provided by the Constitution but Filed in office Secretary of I municipality.. In the event Stat of Florida relative to the Assess

"2.1\/1"/., r-f November. 1944 as follows: In no case for any longer than until May 27. 1943 elects not to come and Collection of all taxes in

.' "Section 3. Tne Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- 1 and 2 hereof. such the County of Hlllsborough. State of
55. ,', shall meet in regular session A D. day In January. 1949. ,A JOINT RESOLUTION shall not affect Sections 4. Florida by adding theret additona
"S 1955. and those that shall mept every "Any provision of the ConstitutionIn Amendment the Constitution 0 and 9 of this Article. except to be known 1
f, en years thereafter. shall of Section 12, be and the same Is S
S apportion conflict herewith Is hereby re- State of Florida to Be Known as assessment and collection her
;; the representation in the ''Senate and pealed." ticle XX. Sections 1-9 thereof. such municipality which shall agreed to and shall be submitted to tee

""' shall provide for forty-one (41) Senatorial Filed in office Secretary of State ing to the Consolidation of Is now provided by law; Electors of the State of Florida to
: I Districts. such Districts to be May 18. 1943A Offices in the Counties of Dade however. that at any general ratification or rejection at the genera '
S :; ";:S J as nearly equal In population as practicable Orange. state of florida. and election held thereafter Election to be held 0: the first
S S'.. S but no County shall be divided JOINT RESOLUTION: ; Proposing an ing in Said Counties for the filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday In Novem

.' In making such apportionment. Amendment to Section 12 of the Dee bination of Assessments and Q to such election by ten per bet 1944. as follows: .
S ,/ and each District shall nave one Senator aratlon of Rights In the Constitutionof tions and Equalization of County. the freeholders entitled to Section 11 L Frpm and after January -

: ; Provided that Osceola and Olcee- the State of Florida. Relating to nicipal and District Taxes. and election the question of 1. 1946. the County Tax Assessor
_: chobee Counties. Florida. shall constitute Double Jeopardy Self-Incrlmlnatlon. mitting. Municipal Referendum or not such municipality shall In the County of HUsborO\gh State
:, the Thirty-ninth ((39th) Senatorial Due Process of Law. and the Takingof the Consolidation of the. bv Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida shall ae a for

"of'. ...'. : District. Broward County, Florida Private Property Without Just Com County Prosecutor and Solicitor on the ballot. and upon a all State County. Shol. and Munlcla -

shall constitute the Fortieth ((40th) pensation, by Providing the Right of that of State Attoorney. and so bound such .municipality tae to .be the Count
,: Senatorial District, and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Deniedor tag) the Clerk of the Criminal be bound by said Sec by State. County. County Scho
;; I Gulf Counties. Florida shall consti.. Abridged on Account of Member- Civil Courts and Duties of' Tax Board. School Districts. Special
;) I tute the Forty-first (41st) Senatorial ship or Npp-Membership In any 'Labor lector with the Clerk of the 4. The County Tax ',Assessors School Districts and Municipalities
.5 S District; and. at the same time. the Union or Labor Organization: an&' Court. County Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Leg

'S S.4 1 Legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the ,Right of Employees BE IT RESOLVED BY TEE Counties shall impose no atlve Session In 1945 and from '1
I representation in the House ol Rep to collectively Bargain:: Shall LATURE OF way of fee or otherwise time; thereafter enact laws specifying ', I
'J.I: :resentatives and shall allow three (3)' 3e Preserved.BE OF THE STATE muniCipalities. towns. dis. the powers functions duties and com- ;
S ':. Representatives to each of the five That the Constitution of the other taxing areas within ensatlon of County Tax Assessor desIgnated -
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE of Florida Is
be and the same
A. I in in paragraph 1 of
;i most populous counties and two (2) for their services this Section
OF
OF THE STATE FLORIDA amended Article XX
: representatives to each of the next by adding aesments and collections of 11. and shall likewise provide by law
That the following amendment to to and amended Is agreed to.
as
: C' I sighteen more populous counties. and ri'crt I m or acreage taxes or other for the extension on the assessmentoil
Constitution i the State of Fl the
S of shall be to
;.r- one ((1) Representative to each of the submitted or, to be Imposed here- of the County Tax Assessor ,>i
.;'.,\ I remaining counties of the State at Section 12 of the Declaration of Rightsof the State of Florida for Legislature of the State aU taxes levied by the State. Count
'.N&, said Constitution. be and the sameIs rejection at the next general el School
Board.
S the time of such apportionment. may. by law provide for pay- County School District
:...,:--r.;". Should the Legislature fall to apportion hereby agreed to. and' the same shall to be held in the year 1944 the respective County or Special Tax School Districts .and Municipalities .
be the qualified
S ',:/ \ the representation In the Senate submitted to elect- ARTICLE XX, In an amount not to exceed .

"1", f and in the House of Representatives ors of the State of at Florida the next for ratification Section 1. That on and after cent of collections made and Section 12 1. From and after Janu
or rejection ensuing
t.: at any regular session of the Legislature General Election. that la to that night, December 31st. 1944. the the Collector to each taxing ary 1. 1946. The County Tax Collector

,-r: ... at 'any of the times herein designated Section 12 of the Declaration of say.Rights Tax Assessors of the Counties of to cover all costs of collec In the County'of HUliborough, State or
i : it stall be the duty of the of the Constitution of the State of and Orange. State of Florida. assessment Incurred by the Florida. shall cOllect all taxes levied in

':.:;:.".; ., Legislature or Legislatures 'succeeding: Florida. be amended so as to read as each become and be the Counties. the County by the State. Count
; j such regular session of the Legislature follows'"Section all Qroperty In their ). That on and after the County School Board School Districts
-
",-;;"S-. j'-;". either In Special or RecxUar session. to 12. No person shall be subject Counties and they shall after of the term of the County Special Tax Sclfool Districts and Mu

; apportion the representation in the to be twice ,)ut In Jeopardy for date make all assessments of of the Counties of Dade nlclpalltles
..:'y. Senate and In the House ot Representatives the same offense. nor compelled In valorem and acreage taxes. and State of Florida. for 2. The Legislature shall at the Lrl'islatlve

: :,, : as herein provided The criminal case to be a witness against any taxes that are or may be; imposed Collectors have been elect Session1 of 1945. and from .

S S" :, preceding regular Federal or regular himself. nor be deprived_ of life liberty 'real or personal property or their the date of January 1st. 1945. to time thereafter enact laws. specifying -
:. State Census. whichever shall have single the functions duties and
or property without due process including by way of a imposed upon the County powers.
.5 : been taken nearest any apportionment of law: nor shall private property be: all assessments upon property for toFs of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector
'5 of: Representatives in the Senate and I taken without Just compensation The' municipality-. town. district or by law and this Article, designated in paragraph 1 of this Sec-

\!' In the House of Representatives. shall right of persons to work: shall not .be special taxing district in Dade assumed and take over by Ion 12. and shall likewise provide for
:
zontrol in making such apportionment denied or abridged on account of mem. 'Orange Counties Such ad Clerks Circuit the collection, care custody reportinund
toV
In the event the Legislature I bershlp or non-membership in assessments shall be subject and for Dade and Orange disbursement of all taxes collected
S shall fall to reapportion the representation labor union. or labor organization any: and equalization by the County who shall then each take by the Countv Tax Collector 'l)

in the Legislature as required by provided. that this clause shall not be of Equalization of each County. books funds. and accounts Filed in office Secretary o State ..
5",, this amendment before its adjourn construed to deny or abridge the right: In each County shall consist of the for each Countv and JUT 14 1943
'. ment (and such extraordinary session of employees by and through a. labor; eral County Commissioners and shall be known and e votes s In compliance with said

.' .S so called for reapportionment shall not organization or labor union to bargain: member appointed from and by both the "Clerk of the Cir proposed aendment and the canvas,
'S -be limited to expire at the end of collectlvelv with their employer" municipality or town in each and "Tax Collector" of thc'e l, shal be
twenty days or at all until reap- Filed in office Secretary of State having a population of more County for which he suhjecte to the same regt't"fl'' are "
portlonment is effected and shall consider Mav 8 1943 3,000 at the last census: said by law for general elections La J.
: : 'no business other than such of Equalization shall otherwise be 6. On and after the ex- the, State of Florida.
S.' ,,: --eapportlonment." erned by the general law from of the terms of the County IN TESTIMONY WREOl.
'S. 5 Should this amendment be ratifIed. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time In force pertaining to of Dade and Orange Counties. I have
S S.' S :2. in the General Election in 1944 special Amendment to Section 24 of ArticleIII equalization of taxes; provided. for which they shall be each hand and affixed th" Great
elections shall be called within ninety of the Constitution of the State municipality In each County the time this Article is 'SE Seal of the State of Florida.
days thereafter for the election ot Senators of Florida: Relating: to Uniform County population of 3.000 or less may the State Attorneys of Dade at Talahasc. the Capital,
S in the Thirty-ninth (39th! ), nnd Municipal Government and the point an additional member who respectively. shall this day of July.A. .
FortIeth (40th: and Fortv-flrst (4lst) Classification of Cities and Towns be or become a part of the COunte. Prosecuting Of D. 1941
Senatorial Districts In such special BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS Equalization for the purpose of all the' Criminal Courts of n A GRAY.
Sections the Senators In the Thirty I LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ization of taxes a* respects any Orange Counties respective- >, Secretary of State




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Mrs. Pat McGehee left last week I{Wolff and a guest prize to Mrs. FOR ,
I SALE Dinette.
for Homestead to be with Mr. Mc- Gammage. -
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Gehee who is taking advanced ,: Mrs. Neil Dwyer and Miss Louise suite with four chairs..
training with the ATC at a base Roath entertained with of
a
PERSONAL SOCIETY !l there. vocal selections. group Call Mrs. J. F. Morrison \

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phone 149. 1 lie :
Pvt. James T. Stroud, who is I sand-wiches- f

stationed at Buckingham Field, ,jed to: Mrs. Malone, 3'rs., Gammage serv-; A

I. Fort Myers, spent' Sunday with his ( Mrs. ,John J. Kettl, :Mrs. Dwyer, Mrs. FOR SALE-Green up-

parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. In. R. Hooks, Mrs. A. J. Kinsey, Jr., I holstered studio couch

; I Stroud. \ Doyle Worth, Mrs. Maurice
i', B. D. Keck of Stuart was a business Miss Ogie Arnette underwent anr I I Bailey, Mrs. E.' M. Dull, Mrs. J... A. 'I bed. .$40. Call Mrs. E.
the j
;, visitor here .on Monday. oppendectomy at local hospital Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mrs. E. O. 'Wolff, Mrs. C. B. Owens, Mrs. I. S.

this week and is recovering nicely. ,1 Ward 'returned the middle of the I I' Bell, Jr., Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. J. Smith, phone 152W.

(" ". :Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn spent I week from Signal Mountain, Tenn., A. D. Enfinger, Mrs. C. A. Driggers, i
1 f. '. the week-end in West Palm Beach. Mis. S.'L. Crochet and Sharon where they have spent the past sev- I I Jr., Mrs. Vernon Henderson, Miss Itp, :

, ... t I:x'', T- I were visitors in West Palm Beach eral weeks. 'Jeanne O'Neill, Miss Ruby Saunders A ,

,. ", :Mr.: and Mrs. Jerry Greenberger : on Saturday. j I Miss Gloria McDuffie, Miss, ,I

)l tj:-, were visitors in Miami Monday. I ___ I I Mrs. J. F. Reahard had as week- j, Dorothy Knight, Miss Florence]: FOR SALE: One Jersey
'. Mis. H. C. Roath and Mrs. Wilbur I
end guests her mother, Mrs MarionF. Graham, Miss Laura Bailey, Miss I II milk and male
r: Miss Lois Prince returned Monday Montgomery were visitors in : cow
I Margaret Mach Miss
: Bullock and her sister, Mrs. R. ( Von.. Roberta I
1 I from a week's visit in Miami. I' Fort Myers Tuesday. G. Riggle of West Palm Beach. They !Spicer, Miss Betty Kay French, Miss;: calf. A. L. Reese, Clew-

I I r" I accompanied Mrs. Reahard on a I I Ruth Conley, Miss Tammie Hobbs I I I
: r ;> :\11'. and Mrs. L. E. Eaken of West Mis. F.i\I.: Mooney and son. trip to Miami Tuesday.Mrs. Miss Louise Roath, Miss Lethal I I iston. 1 tpJohnson's

i;, Palm Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. C. Mickey, left Wednesday for a brief t Stacey, Miss Katherine Baker, Missj I I I '

r L. McLendon over the week-end: I visit with datives.. in Jacksonville. !! Glen Etherton and daughter -i| Renee Wethington, Miss Leah Rich- I
--- Miss Lillian Miss, Rosemary _
Kinney,
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k.\>: N Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Charles Mr. and :Mis. Ken Swayne Have Glenda Sue spent several days f laud; Nuckolds, Miss Evelyn Lee I II I t tI
relatives Miami
Fort
visiting and Fish
Bolton and Airs C. L. McLendon Camp
r I returned from a two weeks' vacat- I Viand Miss Mary Maikette.:
Lauderdale the latter last
' part of
; (...J spent Monday in West Palm Beach. II ion visit at Daytona Beach.. : I (Near Hurricane Gate) I
week. They returned to Clewiston i '- ----
I; ', ''I Sunday night. i EXECUTIVE MEETING I Clewiston, Fla.
I Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson left J 6i
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
,,, Mr. and Mis. F. Deane Duff were i .
New York for a stay I
Monday for
i Rates Reasonable
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business visitors in West Palm Beach ,:
', of two weeks. I Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. Lou- E. Place spent the past !j! The Woman's Association of the I '\T. H. Johnson, Mgr.
,: I week-end Clewiston. Mr. Place, 1 Community Church held an executive -
":. :, Mrs. Bob Dacey nas returned I j former Riddle Field instructor, I meeting at the home of the

from a ten-day visit at her Home in I If' G. B. Rackstraw was a business came after Mrs. Place and they re- I president, Mis., F. E. ConklIng,

O'Brien.: visitor in West Palm Beach. turned to :Miami Monday, where Mr. Thursday ,?afternoon. After the. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
.' "iF Thursday. .. Place is with Eastern Air Lines. 'business session Mrs. Conkling serv-i It FOR t
I I11ri. ed refreshments. IX
F Pvt. Jack Long, son of Mr. and I I
Jt R. C. Nowling and Mrs. r.. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 'Downs returned I.;;; TAXICABS t'I I
Mrs. F. Carl Long, is spending a
t- E. Bolton spent Tuesday in West to Clewiston on Friday of last I :!: :f
DAY AND NITE SERVICE
thiee-day l avevith his parents .. .
Palm Beach. week and are residing at their new FOR SALE bed. : *1>
here. He is stationed at. Bucking- -Baby;
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residence recently purchased from :: PHONE 18 :;a
ham Field, Fort Myers. :. ,
Dave Coof Tampa is visiting Harry H. Turner. They have spent Contact Miss Lois Prince. I I. v
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his grand-daughter Mis. j. S. Tay- the summer at More Head City,

,i I lor and Mr. Taylor this week. I: N. C., where Mrs. Downs has man- I 1 Itp 1'"H"

aged the Atlantic Beach Hotel and
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J. E. Beardsley attended the reg- for the last month have been at 'I G. M. FORDCivil
ular monthly meeting of the Ever- : her former home in Dalton, Ga. FOR RENT-Bedroom
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Ii Drainage :District hoard ,
glades in --- Engineer and Surveyor

West Palm Beach Tuesday.' ATTENDS BUSINESS MACHINE double bed, men only. Specializing In Everglades
SCHOOL IX NEW YORK
I Address P. O. Box 7326 I..I Surveys
Mrs. Kenneth Bauuigaidner of .
I:- DAILY AATINRE-3:45: P. M.X1GHT I! Fla.
::.A [Janeia Ohio, arrived Monday for a Miss Gloria :McDuffie left Thurs- honc 66 CIewitont
-7 & 9 P. M. with particulars. Itc 1
i:visit of a couple of weeks with hr day for Endicott, New York, where ,I I V
SAT. & SUX. CONTINUOUS }I mother, Mrs. Daisy Yoder. she will take a customer's admin-

r, 3-3-7-9P.3I. istrative course at, the International ,
Mis. J. F. Rowland and daughter Business Machine Company The

: Evelyn, of Deerfield, spent classes will last for two weeks and ..
WEEK BEGINNING OCT S Shop At Sears and Save
Tuesday and Wednesday with her Miss McDuffie plans to spend a few
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\. SUX. & )IOX., OCT.8;: & 9 parents, Mr. and Mis. .C. E. BaileY.C. additional days visiting in Jackson- --
ville, in Washington and New York. I THE FAMILY STORE !
life Shows Start 7:10-9:00 P. M. H. Holton and of She
son, Murray is employed in the tabulating :.
I Columbus Ga., arrived here this department at the Sugar Office and '

I week and have accepted positions the course will more thoroughly ,

:J> ,with the Heudry County. Motors. familiarize her with the..:work of the '

i --:-:- tabulating machines 1 j t OA 1AOQEi
11rs.11.r.\ Prewift and daughter, -- ---- tOtA1aNG X10CAH
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Helen, returned last Thursday from MRS. MALOXE AND MRS.GAMMAGLJ 6E WADE

: I i visit to Memphis. Tenn., and topoint's HONORED AT PA.HTY''
in Mississippi -- I

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TIlE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. "Then I began to find out about didn't manage it until the day before Released by Western Newspaper UnJon. Arabian.But .

Frank' Kurtz, pilot of a Flying; Fortress, Australia. Those guys are like our General MacArthur did-the six- pleasures or- like poppies
tells of that fatal day when the Japs Westerners-pioneer types, except teenth of March I think it was." Lesson for October 8 spread;

struck in the Philippines. Eight of his bigger. When we got twenty miles "Harry was the last man to You seize the flower, its bloom is
kiUed while fleeing for shelter shed. .
men were out of Broome the road ended en- come," said Frank, "and now that Lesson subjects and Scripture! texts se
and Old 99, with many other Forts, all. J lected and copyrighted by International Or like the snow falls in the river,
was demolished on the ground. Alter tirely. After that-nothing at the gang was together we could start Coim/il of Religious Education; used by A moment white-then melts forever.'
We had to push those trucks through doing business. You permission.JESUS'.
Lieutenant
escaping to Australia, what Is left of see' -BU nNS.
their squadron flies to Java,where they sand, and make long detours around General Brett, who had been com- \ That conscience of
PROGRAM FOR
go on many missions over the .Philip salt-water marshes. Even our drink- manding the United Nations Air and attests approves
MEETING LIFE'S PROBLEMS such a course of action -
Java Java Is Invaded had to be carried in the
pines and the sea. ing water Force under British General Wa- is itself alone
and becomes untenable. The Dutch general trucks. They talked about passing vell, who was supreme commander, an obligation.
.
grants'permIssion for U. S. fliers to LESSON TEXT-Matthew 4:1.4; 6:31-34: ; -Butler. {
We did and I discovered -
three ranches. '
I needed a plane to take him around Luke 41621.
evacuate to Australia, if they will first they were the only three I the war zone. His B-24 had been GOLDEN TEXT-Man shall not live by Trifling troubles find utter'f....
strafe Jap landing barges which Is done. houses between Broome and Port lost at Broome, remember. Colonel bread alone but by every word that pro ance; deeply felt pangs are si-
They leave for Australia' In an overcrowded ceedeth of God.-Mat- lent. Seneca.
out of the mouth -
A million is nothingto j
Hedland. acres
Fortress, reach Broome airfield, Eubank recommended me to thew 4:4.
circle, and come In.CHAPTER. an Australian. The country looks General Brett as his personal pilot
like West Texas, and is covered thin- and senior air aide, and I selectedthe
ly with what they call gum trees. crew. Of course when it came Problems, sorrows, needs, anxi 1 IRRITATIONS OF

XX They're, like eucalyptus, in the to picking the plane itself, the Gen- eties-how they press in on man- .S"111 I EXTERNAL CAUSE
The only sign of life was kind from every direction. Whatis Acne pimples, ,
States. eral ,ordered a D, because all theE's eczema factory derma
he to do about them? He cannot title,simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum
"Presently the old sheep-rancher kangaroos. with tail guns were needed for bumps, (blackheads), and broken-
meet them in his strength. They ugly
own
who took care of this shack and also "Finally I got to Melbourne, where combat and he wanted those planes out akin. Millions relieve itching, burn-
ran the general store strolled over, the Air Force was gathering again saved for the boys who would be worry him almost to the point of ing and soreness of thcso miseries with
to talk. -and found they,had me down as a going out on missions. distraction. What shall he do? simple homo treatment.' Goes to work at k
and
we began deserter but it wasn't trouble There is just one answer, and it I once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic 1"\
'Had any trouble around here?' "any "But when it came to which D we is and completely way. Uso Black and White Ointment only
getting that explained. blessedly simple aa directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'
would it be the Swoose I
I asked him. pick, had to burdens to the
satisfying. Take your success. Money-back guarantee. Vital.
out of Java boat; said
"I by
'No,' he said. 'Jap planes come got because there was no other left. Ev- Lord and leave them there! Cast all in cleansing is good soap.. Enjoy famous ,
the Gunner. "They loaded us on a plane of the model Black and Whito Skin Soap daily J
over once in a while. Over here, ery even same your care upon ,Him, for He careth
train at Jockstrap and took us to
i handles little I'd flown
differently.
and Port a
sometimes over Wyndham for you (I Pet. 5:7).
some town whose name I never did our D's out from the States, throughthe "
Hedland too, they say.
learn, where a Dutch freighter was Philippines and Java, and I've I. We Can Overcome Temptation
'What do you mean, once in a Through Christ Matt. ((4:1-4): ).
always felt the old Swoose was justa
while?' few miles faster and answered the Temptation is the common lot of I

'The last one was just last night, controls a little more smoothly than all mankind (I Cor. 10:13)). The IT PAYS BIG

since you mention it,' he said. 'Came the others. strongest and most noble of men are

over very high, early in the morn- subject to it. Angels were tempted,
"So now, as pilot and crew of the In a recent farmers ..
ing. and our scripture reveals that even survey, reported :
"So at breakfast I mentioned it commanding Air Force General's Jesus was tempted. We recognizethat that inoculation of legume
plane in the Swoose mak- seed with NITRAGIN
we were (1) gives
to the officer in charge of the field Jesus was tempted as the Mes- ,.
bigger yields (2) makes faster
ing weekly trips into the war zone ,
( just out from the siah (vv. 3, 6) and as one withoutsin
a new man, from Headquarters far down in Mel- earlier growth, (3) helps get a better
States). 'Did you know, sir, the Japs bourne, to Darwin and Port (Heb. 4:15), but ,it is also true stand, ((4)) gives more vigor to fight ;,
had a recco plane, over last night?' Moresby up which were.'then that He was tempted in all pointsas weeds and drought. ,NITRAGIN ",
And went on to say that we had far-flung we are, apart from sin, and that helps legumes add up to 125 Ibs. d
outposts the battle line. The Gen- '
quite a bit of stuff here, and whileof on we may learn from His temptationhow of nitrogen to the soil per acre. ,
eral would sixty hours ,
,average a "
the were terribly we meet and be the vic- "
course crews .may
INOCULATE VETCH
month in the air-thirty of them at CLOVER, ':
tired, maybe it should be moved out. tors over temptation.We .
least in this combat zone. To get WINTER PEAS WITH NITRAGIN
"He, listened and because I was learn of our Lord that tempta-
,
him in and out of it, the Swoose often
on edge, his hesitation somehow an- \\V Vi hit 150 air hours per month. tions may be victoriously overcome It pays to inoculate every planting ;'

noyed me. But he finally said may- l 'hr "At Moresby it was never safe to of vetch, alfalfa, clovers, winter l
be I had a point there. And think- i leave the Swoose the 1. By the right use of Scripture.If peas, other legumes with NITRA- -
on ground by
ing about it, he finished his break- Jesus needed that weapon, how GIN. It costs only a few cents an
We'd sneak in
day. at leave
night, acre takes only a few minutes
fast. I when out can we do without it? But how can .and. ,F
was glad we got
1 the General, and be off back to to mix with the seed. It's the oldest, ,
Mel- we use Scripture if we do not studyit
of there after breakfast for
Townsville
by dawn, ,coming in to most widely used inoculant. Look
,
bourne." and hide it in our hearts? for it in the dealers.
yellow
w pick him up again the next night. can at
"Skiles had asked the officer in Sometimes the General would just 2. By dependence on God. Every Write for free legume booklets.F .

charge when he could take off. But a have time to scramble aboard whilewe Scripture used by Jesus honored God. R E E Write for helpful booklets about
he Skiles to understand We cannot fight Satan in our own, toil| building How to grow
gave we cleared the field as the alarm better legumes. Addresj below.'
like the others. strength. To attempt to do so is to
were evacuees just sounded. He was bound.he wouldn'tlose
fail utterly. The real victory for the '
When
we were given our passengerlist the Swoose. 'I
Christian is to bring Satan back to
we could go. "We now began to get a peek out I
"So we stood around the plane over the top at the broad picture of the cross :where Christ won a r1 ..t

from six: ,o'clock until 9:10: waiting this Far' Eastern war. There were decisive victory over him. f
" for that-list -and those orders.- At 'differences over strategy but' it was :3.,By denouncing Satan. Jesus sent
I him his'way.. Wemay' 'do the
on
: this minute Sergeant Britt happenedto never Australians versus Ameri :'
I same in Jesus' name. It is always FtGVYFrYOWiAFrw .._.
look up and hollered: 'Make a cans. The cleavage was ground- I
a serious error to try to argue with
run for it, fellows-here come some minded versus air-minded thinking.The '
Zeros!' Five of us who were stand- Australian air generals saw eye Satan or to engage in any discus ) 4r, sttcurrt n.vrs; ,t
back into to with American sion with him. Let us meet him with
ing of the plane dropped a eye our air lead-
"
hole Likewise Scripture and say "Get thee hence.
about fifty feet away. ers. the infantry gener-

"One Zero peeled off and strafed als of both armies thought alike. II. We Can Learn to Trust God THE .NITRAGIN CO., 3899 M. Booth St, tdllwanl e.Wit!

the Fortress with incendiaries. It "And there was much 'to the infantry for our Daily Needs (Matt. 6:31-34).

caught fire immediately, then the J side of the argument. After Some want to be rich. Their follyis

Zero went on down and strafed a The only sign of life was kangaroos. Java fell, Australian civilians were made clear in verses 19-24. But Shoulder a Gun-
B-24, setting it afire. Then it turned panicky. Thousands of Australian then there are some who while not
We'd see half a dozen a day. Or the Cost of One /{
and, coming in directly over our boys had gone out to die in Africa wanting to be rich, are in con- 4
hole from the rear, strafed them waiting to take out fifteen hundredof and Singapore. Now the danger had stant anxiety about food and BUY WAR BONDS

again. It repeated this six times, us. They told us we were bound suddenly rolled down on the Homelands ,raiment for the morrow. f.sc '

also,firing a 20-millimeter cannon at for Perth, a town in Southwest Aus- What is the answer of the Lord

us, which caved in our hole and cov- tralia-about the same location and "Not in New Guinea, or Tulagi, or Jesus? Consider the birds. They are

ered us with dirt. size as San -Diego in the States. Guadalcanal; 'or even in Darwin, not able to work, nor are they ableto

"When Sergeant Britt first hollered Alongside us at the dock was a which, although on their own conti- pray, but God feeds them. Con-

* out, a big B-24 loaded with troopship; of Aussies from Singapore. nent, is to the ,average Australianas sider the glory of the flowers ,of the

twenty-six people had just clearedthe Before that they'd been in Egypt- remote as the Aleutians seem to fields, for not even a king can dress

runway. When the Zeros hit, it hadn't been home for years. Their New Yorkers. They think of Dar- himself in such beauty. ye not

was out over the ocean headed for boat was bound for Adelaide, way win as a tiny outpost separated from much better than they?" (v. 26)).

Perth. It had hardly had time to round on the other side of Austra- them ,by thousands of miles of impassable Proper forethought is good and

pull its wheels up-and there was no ia":" same location as Miami. But desert. They wanted the right, for we are intelligent beings,

room in there for them to swing a lots of them lived in Perth. When soldiers near the great cities of Syd- but anxiety about our daily needsis

r.. gun in their own defense-when a they; heard we were going there, ney and Melbourne, where they always dishonoring to God. .

Zero caught up with it and droppedit they all skipped ship to come aboard could hear the marching and the Yes, says someone that's all very ,

in the sea. with us. We divided our food and military bands., well, but how 'about the future?

lent them our mess kits. They'dlost "This was also sound infantry Well, why should we fret about that?
"Two
sergeants to
managed
out. They swam for thirty-two get everything at Singapore. They strategy. The only populous parts of It is in God's hands, and even if it

probably caught hell for it, but they Australia are down in this southeast were in our hands, what could we
hours, one of them giving in
sight of shore. The other told up didn't give a damn. corner. We didn't yet have many do about it? Even tomorrow, with

what it had been: like, inside there us "The first day out we sighted a battalions, supply problems were its needs 'and its blessings, with its

'r when those bullets came smashing Jap plane, but it" stayed up for a enormous, so our infantry generals joy and its sorrows, is not 'yet

through that packed crowd, and while, watching us. We had stuck agreed with theirs and with their here, and when it does come, there

few seconds later when those dying a machine guns in the belaying-pin civil leaders. They wanted to keep will be God's gracious provision for

and wounded were all struggling not holes, and kept the soldiers hidden the army near valuable..objectives, each passing! hour. \-

to drown as the water came in. below decks so they wouldn't knowwe not scatter it out across seas and III. We Can Follow Christ in Sac-

? "That day the, Japs got another were carrying troops. Our gun- jungle islands, where supply problems rificial Service (Luke 4:16-21).

B-24 on the ground (it had been the ners were hidden, too. But when would' become formidable."But Let us be clear at''' once that .we N .
one General Brett himself used 'this Jap started down to strafe, one we of the Air Forces (both cannot do what Christ did, for He

., three Forts, a DC-2 and a DC-3, )a, of our gunners gave the show away Australian and American) felt thatto is the Son of God. He had a special

Lockheed-but the worst were the I by opening fire too soonotherwise'we defend this continent we must ministry to perform as the Messiah.

,;f nine Dutch flying boats they caught would have got him. build our fighter fields not in Aus- But we may learn much from this

;i out in the harbor. About forty or "We zigzagged for five days, and tralia itself, but on the outlying is- story.
these, with few Today flasher signal lights and invasion-barge
lands. Having a
fifty people were killed on them, then at Perth were loaded into a Jesus began His'ministry among I
mostly women and children. troop train for. Melbourne. I was in I ground troops to hold our airdromes His own people even though He searchlights are,more important than battery-

'. "Finally the officer in charge told the coach next the engine, and the' against Jap landing parties, no fleet1 knew of their unbelief. He' used the powered lights on the home front. Burgess

us: 'We .expect planes in between I Australians couldn't do too much for would dare venture through our air Word of God as the backgroundfor Batteries go firsf.to the men who need them e. ,
the
now and midnight, but we don't I us. The engineer drew a can of hot screen to threaten continent it- His calling. He recognized the most, so we'll all have to take better care of "

know how many. We're compiling apriority I water from his boiler and made us .self."We'd Java special need of the poor and the suffering what: batteries we-may have. Keep,t them cool I

list, but if your name isn't some tea out of his strictly rationed defended Borneo.by pounding and especially of those who. and dry..'.use them as little as possible and

called by two o'clock, I advise you supply, apologizing because it the Japs dared from send their The Japs were bruised and broken by sin. rest them as often as possible. For Free

to get out of here quick, and the I I wasn't stronger."I had not landing barges through transportsand t.ntilthey'd : In all these things we may follow Battery Hints-Write Dept. U-2, Burgess

best way you can, even if you have ,guess I was about the last one taken our advance bases and His example. Let us declare the Battery Company, Freeport, III. '
to walk-and it's'along walk.' of us to arrive." truth to those nearest to us, even if
% "Not held air control over the Java Sea. they do reject it. Let us look to God's Paper Packs a War Punch-Save Itl
e "He turned out to be right. I by a couple of weeks you "The Australian Air Force
fooled around until 2:30: and then, weren't," said Harry Schrieber, the anxious to move into this outlying was as Word for our call and our commis

when my name hadn't been called, navigator, indignantly. "Because island chain we were. Early in ,sion-different from that of Jesus,
.' nine of us decided we'd string along what about me?" as but nevertheless from God and for IBJII{ .
April they'd wanted to seize Lae on BURGESSBATTERIES .
t-;; with civilian "We weren't worried about His glory.
a contractor who'd of- I you, New Guinea before the Japs had
"
. fered us a lift. He had thirty men Harry," said Frank with a grin. had time to dig, in on its north coast. Then, too, let us learn of Him that {;//

t y and five Ford trucks, and said he "We thought you were dead. Way At that time the Japs had only we are to'serve those who are most :,.
was headed south down back in the Philippines when Jack needy and possibly neglected, serv-
..:.; the coast for about four hundred men in the area, IN THE NATION'S SERVICEI
the nearest town, called Port Hed- Adams' plane didn't come back to and: it would have been easy. ing their physical needs, but aboveall

"( land, two hundred miles away. The Del Monte Field from that mission.We "But we lacked the men and the ',bringing to them the light of

" Army had some emergency rations had given you up months ago. ships-the Japs pressed,on and prc God's redeeming grace. I
hidden in the woods, so we helped What had you been doing, anyway?" ently took Tulagi in the Solomon Here is light from the Lord on

ourselves to enough of those to keepus "Trying to get out of the damned : threatening our supply lines home our problems of sin, sorrow, supply

on the trip. I 'Philippines," said: Harry. "And I j I (TO BE CONTINUED) ,and service.






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look to the silhouette even more than that bespeaks the new trend toward an example-and the triangular

to fabric or trim. quiet dignity and ladylikeness in shaped window curtains to give 1
Millions of people suffering from
simple
The radical change that is taking dress. There is also a new elegance extra fullness. Frills will be even Piles have found prompt relief with
place in the silhouette is certainly noted in the fall and winter dress ll Y .v < fuller than those of our dreams, PAZO ointment Here's why: First. I
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L tunic dress and the tunic coat. These hemmer. ment's perforated Pile Pipe makes application -
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flare the subject of peplums for designersare now with a skirted blanket chest like the I I 1 I
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III giving them most diversified and at the time that markets one In this sketch?. It"is_grind to have
I In assembling the fall wardrobea dramatic An emi- reach a glutted condition, in. late extra''covers'handy on chilly nights and i
good start-off is a smartly styled interpretation. summer and autumn. the padded top makes a comfortable seat. fl.
little black frock; that flaunts the nently becoming and practical version I 3. Cattle now on grain feed Pattern 259 gives completexand fully illustrated .
of the popular peplum frock is directions with detailed list of Get Your War Bonds *
newest trends. Your best
very guessis probably will continue in a strong
materials needed for making the chest, full
a tunic frock or a clever little shown to the right. It is' especially relative price position for the remainder skirt and top cushion. Enclose 15 cents To Help Ax the AxisTo

gown that makes a pert little peplum notable in that it uses 'its peplum of this year. However, costsof with name and address to get pattern
I fullness at the front only that it 259. Address
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its so.
theme. Now that the tunicis gains in the feed lot are high
II blazing the trail to a changed I can be becomingly worn under a fitted relative to market values. There is, reDeye distress of MONTHLY"

silhouette for the coming fall and, I topcoat. An ornamental clip therefore, not a great deal of in- MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
winter why not direct adds over-the-table interest to the Bedford Hills New York Female WeaknessAlso
your thoughts ducement for feeders to hold such
to a modish black that is styled after softly tailored open vee neckline. cattle for further price advances. Drawer 10

the manner of the model pictured to Trim bracelet-length sleeves harmo- Grain fed cattle, because of their Enclose 15 cents for Pattern No.259. ( Fine Stomachic Tonic)

C. ,y the left in the, group illustrated? nize. with A the nicely self-belt fitted encirclesthe shoulderline. scarcity, undoubtedly will be less.affected Name ............................... Lydia E.Is Plnkham's Vegetable Compound -
Beautifully tucked and shirred narrow by market gluts than.the famous to relieve periodic

bodice treatment adds to the charmof fitted waistline and fullness is plainer grades of cattle on the mar- Address .....eo...................... pain weak and tired-out accompanying feelings-when nervous due
this wearable tunic frock madeof released at the skirt front to stress ket. Grain fed cattle will continuein to functional monthly disturbances.
the peplum folds. It is just this sort Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com-
firm-bodied black
rayon crepe. strong demand. pound helps build up resistance
of refined looking black frock that This' Man Just Didn'tAppreciate against such annoying symptoms
will be beloved the entire season i Plnkham's Compound Is made
Leopard Spots especially for women it helps nature
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through.A AgricultureIn Her and that's the kind of medicineto
new fashion is developing in buy I Follow label directions.

4 Y; .. yr peplums in that they are being madeof the News She was on her way home froma LYDIAE.PINKHAM'SSSrot,
materials other than the fabric of
y1yr/ f R.jr 47q first aid course when she saw a
JL't. (Yyra the dress. Smart looking wool frocks man lying prone in the middle of
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take on peplums-done in fur. Also the sidewalk. His face was cra- I
the peplum made of lace adds Approximately 11,000 different z
dled in one arm; the other arm ? :
charm to a simple black crepe gown.In items made of cotton are helpingthe 'was twisted under him in a pecu- 1//IuJSu/ItA

Y., fact, in some few shops they U. S. army and navy fight. Cot- liar position. All alert she was, MIIOK ACRES ABC PAIlS OF
are selling tie-on peplums with the ton is used for gun camouflageand and without a moment's hesitation RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
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frock, and it .would give infinite va- shelters, truck tarpaulins, muni- got down on her. knees and went,to #+ut I ;

riety to one's basic dress, made of a tions, all types of uniforms includ- work. Here was .her opportunityto )

fine rayon crepe to get together a ing ski and air suits, blankets, sleep- prove 'herself.

collection of detachable peplums.The ing bags, parachutes for dropping For a few minutes there was no
fall frock of dull supplies air tents cord in tires ,
dressy black by response, then the victim spokeup. r+ ds {

rayon crepe centered in the group is for military vehicles, hammocks, "Lady," he said, "I don't
in that it features fishing nets helmet linings
noteworthy the plane
know what but I
... k n you're doing,
f.- distinctly new wide and handsome parts, self-sealing gasoline tanks for wish I'm "
you'd quit tickling me.
shoulder line. Something to talk planes, life rafts, and scores of oth- Large Bottle!}rou nceot'l2-) Small Size 6CX
trying to hold a lantern. for this *cannon: : USE OUT AS DIRECTED KIT
-% about are the new shoulder lines for er items. fellow down in the manhole, and III GOOD DRUG stORES(t BY Hill.rtccipl,price
this season; they are so different I A major part of he's got a fiery temper." HciEii mine co., int. jacusommiE 1. FLOIIDASUXYUBLOD
they date your dress. Flat tucksin the total national

a smoothly rounded line provide cotton productionis ,
smart hip line interest. The prin- currently goingto "

cess cut of the fitted midriff is decidedly equip Uncle 1

t flattering to the figure. Bril- Sam's fighting SHE

liant studded question-mark pins
men.Although
demonstrate as to the effectiveness some

of dramatic jewelry with the black low grade cottoncan and leaves I

..-. J gown of sophisticated,, simplicity. be used, most
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THE OLEWISTON NEWS
AGE 1'LX
FT.IDAY. OCTOBER 6., 1O4I

j I. Fifth: Grade: Two of our pupils man? We enjoyed it and we'd'1)e very distinctly for all students to I ducted at the
Tiger's RoarALPHA moved last week, James Cain who willing to bet our best grade aa please co-operate and sit in one sec "The Secret Community Center.
went to Jacksonville and Earnest CHEMISTRY (or would we). that tion at all ball games so the cheer- l is the theme of Christian Living"
I! Stewart who moved to Pahokee. This you did. ing will be real good. So come on I mon. of the minister's ser-

AND OMEGA i,' leaves a balance of forty-seven pupils I just don't understand those hoya students and learn our new jells and I Westminister .
I around C. H. S. Here are all these REALLY Fellowship will meet tat
I We have started to work on our beautiful gals going around loose YELL.- 6:00 p. m. at the church. You

.:tune Ellen Dunaway and Horace | room. We bring pictures from I. and the boys sit by: doing nothing 'IRSTPTIST CHUKCII I with are cordially us. invited to worship
Brown I home and are trying to get some potted about it at all. June Dunaway is i H. C. Meador Pastor

I plants to grow. a good example of this. 'She is avery j| -- CHURCH OF GODS.
I I. We have a baby turtle and are sweet ,!i Sunday School .
:First Grade:' A Red Cross nurse I and a very pretty girl. 1 -9:45 a. m. Pacific At Ventura St.
als chosen daily for hand Inspection :[ watching his movements. Don't you agree? I j Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. Rev.. Thos. J. Durrancc Pastor
'1ld a dentist for tooth inspection. I| We wrote a composition on "Our Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Just take a I I i Training Union.-6:15 p. m. -
stars are given for cleanliness.: I Classroom Activities" and then look at Bruce Beardsley's report i I[ Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. Sunday School, 10:00 a.vm.; .
Each child is given the chance to be I 1 voted for the best. Sally McCarthyand card and then you'll know what he Prayer Service Wed.-8:00 p. m. Morning Devotions, 11:00 a. m.
Betty Bailer's were voted the does ,with all his I| A
the room nurse or dentist.. I spare time. '. very cordial invitation Is ex- Evangelistic Service, 8:00 p. m.
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Health posters are used in the first I best. Betty Townsend's favorite saying tended to all In the community to Prayer Meeting Tuesday, 8:15: p.
.grade room and health songs are being now is "Well, Mr. Stroud, I just worship with u's whether this is the m. ,
taught. This routine will help Sixth Grade: We have started a can't do this chemistry. I know I'll church of your choice or not. You Y.P.E. Service. Thursday, 8:15 (.,
fail it. Can't I take somethingelse will find a very warm welcome p.m. _
towards our drive toward cleanlinessin 'Star Gazing Club., We don't haveit .1 of'I
the home and at school as well. I fully organized but we are work- ?" awaiting you. We have a' Sunday I
t ing on it. :Billle Surrency goes around say- School class for every age and our
Grad- {I Out of 15 boys we have four left-i ling "Did you go with him? I did church services are designed to
Second The second grade 'sI !one time. OH YEAH? ? ? bless your life.
We think that -
handed ones.
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is enjoying making Hallowe'en!I i exception. I FLASH! The six girls that went !I I i The ordinance of the Lord's Sup-
quite an Now is the
time
for their .Theyare
decorations room. 1 Seven of we girls have formed a to cheer and build up the morale of per will be administered this Sun- to
also making spelling booklets I "Victory Club. All the organizing the Clewiston boys Friday are sure'paying day evening at the close of the even-
with these designs. on the covers. we have done is to elect officers I for it by 3 hours and 35 ing worship. start a regular .. .
which are as follows: minutes after school. .ANYWAY The W. M. S. business and program -
Third Grade: The third grade President,' Rachel Miner; Vice- teachers, it was well worth it! meeting will be held at the
has been working on good citizen- President, Virginia Lee Beardsley; Caroline, you'd better hang on to church Tuesday at 3:30: p. m. I.(0'
ship and cleaning up the school Treasurer, Carol Alston. "Hero Waldron" tight because we i The Cottage Prayer meeting will ,
grounds. (Perhaps the junior and Louise Regan left us to .go to ,. know a lot of girls who would like be held at the pastor's home, 423 i .
Senior high school could take a lesion -! Moore Haven. to have a chance to go with him! I W. Crescent Drive, Monday evening!i
from the lower grades.) i i"SThe i i So hang on kid. at 8:30 p. m. Every one is invited
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third grade is so large this I i Our sympathy extends next week to attend. Leader, Mrs. Fred
year it has been divided. Miss Kerr i,' Eleventh Grade: Since the op- waiting for the Moore Haven and Sikes. I SAVINGSACCOUNT
'peaches part and Mrs. Kerr teach': portunity room takes up most of Clewiston game since there are so Teacher's preparation period be- .
es 'the other. |i our time we have made no definite many rivals on each team! But wo gins at 7:15 Wednesday evening. It

The room mothers for Mrs. Kerr'sroom i I plans as yet for our future activi I know whose going to* win. the game, I is encouraging to see the increasing''

are Mis. Eugene Powers and ties. do you? number of teachers who are taking I '''. .
iVIrs. Rose Hoffman. The room moth- FLASH! Margie there's a dance I part in this period. This guarantees
ers for Miss Kerr's room are Mrs. Twelfth Grade: This week the I Saturday night! Who will you accompany better Sunday School and better!' ,,
Trammel Topper and Mrs. Jack De- Seniors are giving the Freshmen the there, M. A. or R. P.? How teaching. Mid-week prayer service!i I I II I II .
';Valcourt. :works (or should I say work?) The about Friday, October 13th? i begins at 8 p. m. You are cordially I I I ., '" .
Freshmen have to carry Senior Sherwood, do want to play invited.Thursday .,
In Mrs. Kerr's room. the pupils you ;I I
have been bringing in their handicraft books; the girls must bow to Sen- football or cheer? We' know you I afternoon at 3:30 the 1;I II /
work from home and display- ior girls and wink at Senior boys; want to play football but pitch in Sunbeams meet at the church. I!, Regular Deposits .
Ing it about the room. Also they the boys must bow to Senior boys and let's have some good, loud yells I Iso IMPORTANT! To those who sing.
have gathered different varieties of and wink at Sen'ipr girls. Mr. Stroud they can play. How about its' Remember choir practice at 8 p. m. i Grow Fast
leaves and mounted them with ap- wouldn't consent to our making them Sherwood? I Thursday: \Ve are working on our
propriate names.Look. (Freshmen) dress up during the This week was our last week for I. Christmas program and your pres-i I
week except on Friday. So today ticket selling and four girls were ence is desired.
'mowthe: town seems to have a surplus of sure anxious to get to Riddle Field. "We must play the notes of God's
I I raggedy-looking tramps. This afternoon The girls were: Mary, Nell, Dot, j Word to hear the music of God's !
: theFuture I there is an initiation programin I Marilyn, June and Betty T. How Love."
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the school auditorium. Each many tickets did you sell GIRLS? .
| Freshman must get up on the stage I Richard, you sure gave us a scare CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY: ,
} i and give a little individual performance when you got hurt In the game Friday CHURCH
r prepared by the Seniors. Because or was It just a gag to get David C. Hancock Minister I Clewiston Federal

.I of the nature of these performances -I Margie's attention? "If so it sure ..
j I everyone in the auditorium -I worked."
\ SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8., 1944 I Savings and LoanAssociation
i! should have an hilarious' time, Seems as if Doug is getting a case
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.
i except, perhaps, the Freshmen.Last up at school. Wonder who it could I
E. Gericke
!I week and this we have miss be? Could it be one of these three: for all .superintendent. Classes
ages.Morning
I ed the presence of one of our classmates B.J.S., C.B., or M.T.? Time will tell.
\ After The War who entered the hospital on'I FLASH! Horace carried his car Worship, 11:00 a. m. A t..
nursery for small children is con-
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September 23rd for an appendicitis
f I and football players to the game at

You Will Want To I We.operation.expect her She back is Betty next vree McDuffif.. Avon safely!Park! "Horace Friday!must They not arrived have .....%..%.'..,...%...%*.*.*,%.*%.*..*..WW. .:..;,:.%....\** ...\......-......_............_-..........:...-... .........i..................!......... ...:.-.....,...-...-..,.--.-..-....-'..-...-............... I I.J

Build A HomeIt drove."
t I ALONG THE CORRIDORS Andree isn't at school this week J. E. BEARDSLEY

I By Betty Townsend and Mamie I.i could it be because she Is getting
Trice prepared to hear "Them there bellsa
: Will Pay You To I --. I ringing?" }:.y Real Estate

i Well, after last week Ladies and Junior and "Joe" haven't had a .ft ,- .
Buy Your Lots Gentlemen, we. were a little dubiousover I quarrel for sometime. Could it be 'rya_
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I our gossip column, ,It seems ,they are getting SERIOUS? \V. ':. RUTH R. BEARDSLEYInsurance :
NOWCLEWISTON ; that Betty Townsend has an uncanny -, Well Cassanova! You played a j'. ...
< knack for writing gossip. good game Friday. Could it be be- ;
y However if notice the this
you news cause Harriette was there? Couldbe
week, has that "Mamie" touch.Don't ':? .
you think so? ,
Buddy Poole finally confessed he lr
COULD IT BE POSSIBLE THAT
could put out more effort in football.
Betty Jean Sullivan is losing V;; .
I Come on Poole, let's see if you f.'> ..
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F J "TECHNIQUEIOI What's the matter with hel'l really can. ,. !:::.,1 <\ :' ';: '. Hopkins Building ,'

REALTYCORPORATION Stough? She sure is a cute Mary Nell came to school today
What's the matter with the boys with a broad smile. Could it be be-
around this ,school anyway? cause she finally heard from Keith? Phone 66 or 27R2 -

'I Well, Freshman initiation was on Could be.

Friday? How about ye lowly Fresh-j The cheer leaders are stressing ':N N:N:N:M:N H N:N:N:N:N:ti N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:.w N:N:N:N:.:..:..:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N N:N:N:NIWMMAM :.

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