The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01017
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01017
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Football ScrimmageGene Harlem Sunday


Mills, elder son of Mr. and Fire early Sunday morning almost

k' Mrs. E. C. Mills, had his football I completely destroyed,' one of the

: ;:: TRAINING PROGRAM season playing cut short Wednesday CRASHES JU1 STUART I I newer Clewiston Realty Corpora- CO. COMMISSIONERSThe

." afternoon when an unfortunatetwist tion houses in Harlem before the 1

.. ';.1-, -- during a practice scrimmage I fire department could extinguish theblaze.
:.: .o. The United States Sugar Corpora- resulted in the breaking of an anklein I LAC Lionel Marcus Viggers, c.n Board of County Commissioners -
/ advanced student at Riddle Field, '
'\- V.,. ?.".. tion this week inaugurated. the three places. I : It is understood that the 'negro of Hendry County, Florida,
" was killed and F-Lt. Stephen Har-
J I' Within I He was taken to the Clewiston who resided in the house was not at convened= in regular session on Tuesday -
; -Training Industry program injured when the plane :n '
Hospital where it was X-rayed and vey home at the time the fire occuredand October 3, 1944, at the Court- .
j (. which is sponsored by the War Manpower I which they were making a routine
,; showed such a severe break that Dr. the cause of the blaze is not house in LaBelle, Florida, with the

.0.... v- Commission and has been W., O. Rigby recommended that he cross-country flight from the local known. Although the walls are still I following members present: Chairman -

:. rm::... made available, to high priority or be taken to Miami to have the break field crashed near Stuart early Tues- standing the house is considered as I J. O. Davidson, G. E. Ether-

". ; ; essential operations in this country. set by, a bone specialist. His par- day morning.FL destroyed. ton, George L. Poole, A. J. Evers

';",' ents left with him that night. Harvey was. a passenger in and Asa Townsend together with H.
: The is in' three phases, I
) ,; program
: the when the accident
plane oc- A. Rider, attorney, and William T.
only one of which, the job instruction -
F.' cured and was apparently thrown Hull, clerk.A .
.' C;, phase, is being considered here clear when the plane struck ,the 1 SCOUT COMMITTEE
L '. at this time and, is simply a highly LEGION POST PLANSLADIES' After letter was read from the Semi-
ground. lying unconsciousfor
''': ',y... specialized training of supervisory nole Indian Agency in regard to the

" ,":. workers in how best to give instructions some time he recovered suf- KIWANIS GUESTS condition of the Devils Garden road
l' ficiently to make his way to a farm-
and to
AT the whereabouts
; : to employees and see that NIGHT of the J. W.
house for help and told them the
. -': these instructions are understood Dougherty dragline. After discus-
: plane had been forced down duringa WEDNESDAY NIlE sion it
was decided that the chair-
"' and properly carried out.
o ARMISTICE MEETINGThe storm. Martin county farmers man and some of the members of
: : twenty-I
It is the outcome of about ,
'_. found the plane in a field near Palm the board and :Mr. Dougherty would
':'-':" five years of experience of various
with dead at the
City Viggers con-
; arrange with Mr. Marmonof
a meeting
t.:: Miss L. R. Holobird, RegionalGirl
industries in
management I Clewiston American Legion trols. Scout Executive and the the Seminole Indian Agency.
1940 '
:; reached a showdown in when
,{ native
Post met Tuesday night at the Inn Viggers was a of Margate, bers of the local Girl Scout committee Motion by Evers seconded by
four top industrial officials met
J. for the regular monthly meeting.The Kent, England. Funeral serviceswere of the Kiwanis Clubat
". with officials In Washington were guests Townsend that Mrs. Zella Poole be
,,:, government and agreed that the greatest- ,House and Finance Committee ''held yesterday morning at the regular meeting Wednesday allowed $15.00 per month as temporary -
reported that the Southern eleven o'clock at the RAF plot :;f the
night at
:; bottleneck facing the out-put cf Inn aid until she can make other
States Shows here last
year spon- the Arcadia cemetery.FL
tremendous quantities of goods for I Mrs. G. M. Pitien, chairman of arrangements. Motion carried. Motion -
sored by the'Legion, wanted to return -
Harvey has been hospitalized -
lend-lease was the dearth of trained:! the committee, reported to the club by Poole seconded by Evers
again this year and it was expected -. for slight injuries and shock.
: that
and Mrs. Flint
-workers. Then began the assembly on committee activities and .problems be allowed
'' that the actual contract and
,' '. of ideas which resulted in the TWI and said the greatest difficulty $8.00 each per month. Motion carried -
would be received
dates in a few
,'" ., program., It has been streamlinedand i, days. was in obtaining leaders, young
. ,'. simplified to a remarkable de- I women who were interested in the Motion by Etherton seconded by
It decided that the November 1
:- gree and enables supervisory employees was movement all lacking sufficient timeto Townsend that the bills hf paid aa
I meeting would be held on Saturday, devote to it and those who read and that the --
) to quickly grasp' the fundamentals HOME GAME 26-12 were, warrants be datedas
November 11 Armistice and '
!., of leadership. ', Day, interested and hall a little lime of September' 30, in order that the
that wives of Legionnaires would be
I knew nothing about the program. same will be charged to the 1943-44
In commenting program
invited to attend this A
W. :Moran executive vicepresident meeting. OVER STUART TEAMThe Because of this the committee was fiscal year when such obligationswere
: :. :r:, Jay program in connection with school
. interested in having training made. Motion carried.
'' of the corporation, said, "I activities for Armistice a Audi-
'i -': : consider the program most helpful the Day was discussed course for leaders in Clewiston. She tors report No. 2656 was presentedto
i :: to the Individual and feel that the planned, for Friday since program the being Clewiston High School Tigers also stated that the committee had the board and the following mo-

t: : United States Sugar Corporation is alls[ Saturday. The holiday of combining good running and pass- some financial difficulties which tion was made: Motion by Ether-

':", f: most fortunate in being picked as the school on has requested principal that Post ing, defeated a heavier Stuart they expected to discuss with the j I ton seconded by Evers that auditors

': .: one of the high priority organiza- members participate in the eleven 26 to 12 in the Tigers' first chairman of the club committee on report No. 2656 be filed with the
pro- Boys and Girls work R. C. Wilson. public records of the
-: : tions to receive the program, for the gram. home game of the season before a county. Motion -

\: benefits to be derived by the entire good crowd Friday night. I Miss Holobird was then introduced I carried.
0 Dick Hooks and Wilbur Goff I
., r corporation as well as for benefits The Tigers running attack was : and gave a brfef history of the Girl I Motion by Evers seconded oy
chief petty officers the U. S. I
\: to the employees. The entire or- excellent, with Marty Waldron, Scout movement and the great: ,. Etherton called and carried that the
Navy Sea-Bees, leave after two
F-: ganization has shown a very ready on i I Junior Martinez and Junior Wilcox : strides that had been made in., this I following resolution be adopted.
years in the Southwest Pacific attended I
f' response in applying themselves I training for girls. She also explained I 1 RESOLUTION
: the gaining 180 yards from scrimmage. .
: ; meeting as the guests of
;t.y. .... ".. thusfarr )|' \ .:' I Carl H. ? 'both _made most 1 The Tigers 'scored ia the opening the procedure that was to.I WHEREAS, due to the high cost .-t
'1' : '
: 'n / .
G-'K.: 'Nofinatr,slate interesting talks in: :which they told I quarter on a ninety yard drive with be followed in finding a .trained I executive
'.';f ,: tive.of' the TWI, ,va's "representa-I the veterans of World War 1 some- a fifteen yard pass from Marty Wal to .conduct: leadership bridge materials ,'tnd the 'heavy

: r.. tact here and he talked : training courses, stating that for traffic the
; thing of what is happening in the dron to Richard Pape providing, the on Hendry County roads
<, < ran and department heads, giving wide-spread World War II. score. Junior. Wilcox kicked] the those communities not large enoughto and the poor conditions of the roadsat

.. } ti'.,.. some idea. of, the working of the pro- extra point. have a full-time executive that the beginning of the present fis-
._ and the benefits to be derived. one was to be made available for cal
gram year due to the shortage of
The second Tiger score came aft
P.-T. A. To Plan
<, : ... They were sold on the program and er a long pass, Waldron to Conover, Florida early next year. Her time funds caused by war conditions and

i Z., t= agreed to name five instructors who For Carnival TuesdayThe which was completed on the one- would be scheduled by her office so making' a larger expenditure on the

:' :; would attend a meeting in Miami, yard line. Waldron bucked the line that she would be l kept: busy full maintenance of road and bridges' in
---J learn the and teach it to time and visit communities in great- Hendry
program County and
necessary, ,
parent-Teach- I for the score and the try for extra
other :supervisory employees.' This rs Associationwill : point failed. est need of her services. The cost WHEREAS, there is an excess

: meeting was held last week under hold its regular monthly meet- of this executive to the' community collection in the road and bridge

ft 'the direction 'of I. L. Murray, of ing Tuesday night at 8:15 in the I Stuart scored its touchdown in the would be ten dollars a day and she fund over and above the amount

Atlanta, a job instruction specialist. school auditorium.. A very inter- second and third quarters on a seriesof would be available for as many daysas budgeted and the same can be

esting has been beautifully executed reverses required. She recommended that a
program arrangedand ,
.' .. The, five who took the Miamicourse legally expended for road purposes
refreshments will be served. I plays. I as a starter, she come to Clewistonfor and it
; :: and who are now conducting appearing to the best interestof
tt 1} -daily sessions here are Fred C. Sikes The president, Mrs. A. 0: Ward, I The Tigers added two scores in five or six days' and return a few the county that the roads and
the fourth to clinch the
quarter months later for additional blockof
:; labor relations officer of the cor- would like a good attendance at this an bridges be maintained in a passable

poration Fred Davis, employee instruction meeting and asks that each member: game. One of them came on a pass time. condition, therefore,
from Waldron to Conover. The final -
: officer, W. P. make a special effort to be presentand Following the meeting the com- BE IT RESOLVED, that the. excess -

assistant agricultural Journigan'l I to bring a guest. tally was scored after a seriesof mittee and Miss Holobird met with I collection in 'the' road and bridge
short running and passing gains,
dent in the Eastern Yi Final plans will be discussed for Mr. Wilson to arrange other detailsof fund in the sum of 9897.61 be
i Junior Martinez going over for the
Bolton, assistant agricultural su- the Hallowe'en Carnival and dance the training courses. transferred into the emergency and j

': perintendent In the Western Division to: be held on Saturday, October 28. score. Other committee members attend- contingency appropriation within, the i

"'-. i--) and N. V. S. Mumford, fabrication The carnival will be on the school Clewiston scored seven points in ing the meeting were Mrs. Carl H. i road and bridge fund, and the ex- ,l
the first quarter, six in the second
r-- supervisor at the Sugar House. grounds starting at six o'clock. thirteen Berner, Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Mrs. cess collection in the General Reve .
quarter and in the final
The latter three men have two There will be a fish, supper servedat quarter. Stuart scored six in the Gene Powers, Mrs. .M.: M. Prewitt, I nue Fund in the sum ,of $405.71 be

' \ : sessions a day during this week and fifty cents a plate. There will second and six in the third frames. Mrs. A. O. Ward and Miss Laura I transferred to the contingency and ;

:';;.,. ., the first two one each. About ten also be hot' dogs, hamburgers, pie, Statistics show that Clewiston Bailey, Scout leader.- emergency appropriation within the

t f. men are taught in each session. cake, and a candy booth. made fifteen first downs, Stuart 13. Otto Larsen 'was also visitor at General 'Revenue Fund.

After this week each will have one Mrs. F. E. Conkling, who is in I I Clewiston. attempted 16 and the meeting. Motion by Townsend seconded by

session a day until between 200 and charge of the Bingo would like donations passes Etherton called and carried that too
eight for 124
250 supervisory employees have I I o'f knicknacks for her stand completed yards. following resolution be adopted:
Stuart attempted three and com- Negro Woman Dead
, been given the benefit of the pro- ', and would appreciate it if such pleted one for six yards. Only one RESOLUTION.
About month available items are taken to the WHEREAS, statement !
.. -gram. a is expected punt was made by each team, Stuart After Harlem BrawlRosa upon a
to be required to complete the active homes of Mrs. J. DeValcourt, Mrs. kicking 35 yards and Clewiston 33. rendered bv the clerk of this boardit

. part of the program after whicha M. A. Thomas, :Mrs. C. E. Miner, In gained from rushing appears that some of the approp-
yardage ,
system will be put into effect, on ,Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs. C. E. Bailey, Stuart gained 221 yards to 178 for Lee Brown received Injuries riations for the fiscal year 1943-44

a continuing plan, to check the ef- I Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. S. P. the which resulted in her deathon will be exceeded in 'small amountsif

lectiveness of the program which !s I Slonaker, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs.B. The Tigers.line-up for Clewiston was: I Monday after being' attacked and all the bills are' :paid, while others

expected to greatly increase the efficiency L. Thompson, Mrs. M. M. Pre- severely beaten by a negro man will carry over small balances, and,
Pape, le Conkling, re; Torbert, It;
.; of the organization. witt, Mrs. Paul Bartz, or Mrs. F. E. ; named Charlie William James in the WHEREAS, it is desirous and to
Holland, rt Poole, Ig; Beardsley,
j I Conkling by Friday, October 20. ; Harlem quarters Saturday night. the best interest of the county that .f
rg; Bolton] c: Owens, Martinez,
';.} J Girl ''Scout Leader The dance will be .held at the Wilcox and Waldron, backs.: The negro fled following the affair all bills as far as possible be paid [ J'

Sugarland Recreation hall at ten I but was apprehended by Deputy during the present fiscal year, t

7 : ; ,. Instruction Course o'clock and the admission will be Sheriff I. S. Bell in Palm Beach THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVEDby

: $1.65 per couple,. $1.10 for service Sugar Bowl PurchasedBy I county and placed in the LaBelle the Board of County Commissioners '

? Here Next Saturday men. Mr. and Mrs. Mills jail. He is facing a murder chargeat of Hendry County, in an adjourned -

There will be a King and Queen the next session of circuit court. session assembled on this '-

- Before leaving Clewiston Thurs- contest for the grade and high school. I -- 3rd day of October, 1944, that the

\ The coronation for the grade school Announcement is made this weekof IMPORTANT XOTICEOn following unexpended balances be
Miss L. R. Holobird
regional will be during the carnival and the the purchase of The Sugar 'Bowl transferred:

Girl Scout executive,' made arrange- high school coronation will be held Soda Shoppe in the Hopkins build- General Revenue Fund From:

ments for a leadership training at midnight at the dance, followedby ing by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills from Thursday, October 20, only, tern '1X0. Purpose: Amount

course to be held here next Satur- the grade march. Mr. and Mrs.. R. R. Dacey. The Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. E. L. 211 Salaries and Mileage

price was not disclosed.' Stewart, rose committee of the County Commissioners ..$ 210.80
day at the Community Center., KIWAXIS CONVENTION The change of ownership was Clewiston Garden Club, will take or- 219 Salary County Attorney -

Classes will be held from 10:00 I fective Tuesday but Mr. and \ er-I ders for rose bushes at Mrs. Duff's and Sheriff .............. 40.00
I Ito 12:30 and from 1:30: to 3SO and home between hours of 9:30 and
All officers of the local Kiwanis Dacey will remain as operators ofI the 221 Clerk Circuit Court. 48.00
'?as many young women as will are Club will attend the State Convention the shop until Mrs. Mills, 'how chief I 11:30 a.. m. and 2:00 and 5:30 p. m. 241 Maintenance of Court

urged to attend. Leaders are badly to be held in Tampa on October clerk at the ration office, can be relieved Prices will be 45 cents each for House ........._.................... 1,251.15

j, :, needed in the local troop, the work 15 and 16 as Clewiston dele- .arid assume the management. large stock ($45 per hundred) and 262 Legal Advertising _..... 368.17

is fascinating and will be thoroughly' gates. These are G. E. Etherton, : Mr.. and Mrs. Mills have been 25 cents each for smaller stock 264 Expenses Delinquent

enjoyed by any who have a few president; C. E. Miner, vicepresident residents of Clewiston ,for many ($25, per hundred) cash with order. Lands ............?__.............. 1,481.50

,-spare; : hours to devote to the work. ; W: N. Martin, secr i i-y- )years have- great circle of friends Please note 'that express will be '361 Coroners Inquest .._..?. 133.40

The training will be continued in treasurer. J. E. Beardsley,. past Lt. and it is certain that the shop will extra. Order open to anyone in 699 Emergency and Con-

t.., "Fabruary when Miss Holobird will Governor, will also attend the 'meet- be operated very successfully by Clewiston who is interested. No tingency ..___...___.......>......- 1,405.71

return here for a week. ing. Mrs, Mills, orders will .bg, taken after this,,date. (Continued on Page 4)r


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we borden J1 lives .
ConferencAid : our
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W EA ON Th.just drtg downour

In Bettering RelationsPersonal spirits '
wsose 'a, winds .

We rent rest l
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Memos of a ,Newspaperman:
D. C. full
Washington, Time echoed the oddity-in-the- of c.lrs

OCCUPATION OF REICH Contact Brings Parties Closer news about the soldier overseas who And czrrys..tchels
The war department isn't adver- was hit by a shell fragment which

tising the details but it has completed Together' Churchill Says; UNRRA Good contained the number on his own ., /a

plans for the occupation of Sv dog-tag The newspapers fell everywhere,.

Germany by American forces. Example of Friendly Cooperation.By : for 'it, too, a- week earlier when a 1'C"ro!

The Allies have agreed the occu- Canadian Press dispatch said an

pation should be shared in roughly RCAF batman was named as the

equal numbers by U. S., British and BAUKHAGENews one it actually' happened to in Nor- 0 '"1

Soviet forces. This will permit the Analyst and Commentator. mandy The report stated that

return to the U. S., A. of a maxi- his name was George McMillan of

mum number of units, will also,free IVNU Service, Union Trust Building, the Belgian relief commission in the Nova Scotia. The number on the WNU
thousands of trained men if neces- Washington, D. C. last war. Their ability to remain in fragment was 26750-the number on

sary for polishing off the war The' world has entered a period of occupied Belgian territory dependedon his identity card : The Herald '

against Japan. international gatherings, the num- demonstrating to the complete Tribune carried it, too, a week afterit

The chief problem involved is get- ber and scope of which have never satisfaction of the German military published an article (Aug. 13th) CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT!

ting enough transports to rush the been approached before in his- commanders that they were neutral in its magazine section titled:
men home, plus sorting out those en- On their success or failure depends and their conscious effort to act utterly "Lucky Shot" by Gen.-Patton's wife. -
home first. The latter She said it in the"last !
titled to go the winning or the losing of disinterested brought about a happened war
will' be decided by the army's ,"point really neutral viewpoint.Of .
the peace.In HELP WANTED -\.
demobilization system, and mil- the fields and the factories of' course, this strictly nonpartisan Lou Holtz and some others were E

lions of forms for computing each the United States were produced the attitude is not, nor-.is it expectedto reminiscing about Ziegfeld and how

GI's service are being printed and materials whose weight in the balance be, adopted by the representatives the master-showman always "liad Persons now engaged in essential
shipped overseas.In and the class" when he couldn't affordit. I industry will not apply without statement -
sealed the victory for the Al- of the member nations, even of
American soldiers in availability from their local
1918, lies. Now, will America be willingto controversy which arose at the recent I United States Employment Service
France, deliriously overjoyed at vic- contribute to the conferences session concerning UNRRA's There was the time, frixample,

tory, almost threw away their weap- which are struggling to deal 'with activity in former enemy territorywas when Ziegfeld was in Hollywood aft-

ons, went wild for weeks and postwar problems that "town-meet due to the play of emotions er squandering another fortune on a Experienced Laundry ,and dry cleaning

months. Officers, equally happy, ing" spirit which has made our own which takes place when hate has failure in New York. He wired his Apply workers in person wanted.only.Good Laundry hours,&good Cleaners pay.

suspended regulations, and permitted "league" of states a success? With- been nurtured for a long time, as the old friend Ed Wynn "I knowI Board Trade,n55S.1V.8th St..Miami.Pla.

their men to overrun the big out this help no trail to peace can Axis nurtured it. According to the owe you $65,000,", it said, "but I .....
cities of France, having a gay time. be blazed. UNRRA rules, no relief can be ad- need $7,500 desperately. Will you PRINTING

After'this armistice, things will be There was a moment in Quebec, ministered in former enemy coun- help me out again?" r
different.: The whole plan has been try unless a majority of the council Wynn instructed his bankers to MIMEOGRAPHING and Muliiffraphfnr.
last month, at the one gatheringwhen 14 years of fine work and fair prices. Free
charted to the last detail. Discipline and radio stood face to so votes and if the enemy country rush Ziegfeld the $7,500 Zieg- samples and prices. ALLSMITII.. 1500
will be maintained, but the war face with press Roosevelt and Churchill, pays for such services and suppliesas feld used it to return to N. Y. ina W. Nedro Avenue. Philadelphia 41, Pa.

department demobilization plan it receives. private Pullman!
wfien human note entered the at-
rails for the elimination of all "har- a som'of Beauty Preparations .:--
mosphere that, struck me forcefully.The It was natural that the
details not essential to the
rassing prime ,minister was speaking nations which suffered as they did Max Herzberg, who collected a Wrinkle Eraser-Berry Juice preparation.
nealth and welfare of the troops. about the speculation over the variouS under the Nazi or Fascist heel, bookful of anecdotes which he chris- Govt. tested., Guar. to remove wrinkles immediately -

GI Tours of Europe. persons who had been called would be prejudiced. tened: "Insults," considers this his ply'S3. Mrs.or Leonard money refunded.Butler Havana 30.days', Fla.SUp-

Most of the troops will be excused into the Quebec conference and con- favorite. Once Disraeli and

from drill, will be given ample opportunity cerning whom there had been much UNRRA Ready to Gladstone collided verbally in the Beauty Demonstrations

to see Europe while speculation, not only Foreign Min- Move Into BalkansSo House and as Gladstone came out

awaiting transports for home. Men ister Eden, but also Secretary of much for the solidity of after adjournment he was still shak- WRINKLE" REl\IOVER-"Fast-ac ng new,
who desire it will be taken tours ing with He glimpsed product. Want to contact beauty parlors t..
on the Treasury Morgenthau.The UNRRA. It has only begun to func- rage. for demonstrations. MRS. LEONARD

of the continent under army aus- prime minister developed a tion, of course, and its latest meet- Disraeli chatting with other mem- CUTLER, Havana, Florida.

pices. theme which the ''President has often ing was the first when attention bers and he shouted: "Sir, you will I '\

1, A "Guided Tours of Europe" pro- used and which in both cases, I be- could be given to matters other come to your end either on the gal- FRUITAPPLESAPPLESAPPLES

gram is being worked out as a result lieve, represented the considered than fundamental policies. It is now lows or by some terrible plague!"

., of the experience, after the last opinion of men who- had learned by in operation and the number of tech- Disraeli adjusted his monocle and -Fancy-So box; "C" grade $4.50 box; select -

war, of American doughboys who experience. And that theme is that nicians attending was greatly in- softly intoned: "I should say, Mr. utility $3.50 basket. To consuming public
not 5
over bu to each Shipped
returned home having seen only the difficult problems become sim- creased. Gladstone, that depends upon whether express collect Send check person with order.
battle fronts the side of many I embrace Miller Apple Orchards, Cornelia, Gcorjla.
:" plus gay your principles or your
plified when they are discussed faceto Meanwhile, however, UNRRA men "
;.' Paris. This time officials are face. Mr. Churchill remarked it are ready in Cairo, the moment the mistress.

; anxious to let the boys learn some- was hard to underestimate the in- military is able to give the word, to W'AGONS-CARTS
; thing more of the people and places word The G-Men follow through on ev-
efficacy of the printed (as com- move into Greece and Yugoslavia ":

they have been fighting for. pared to personal contact) and he and first, assist the army' relief ery tip, of course. You never One-horse WAGONS wagons AND-$79 TRACTOR.00; two-horse CARTS wagons ,

";:, Some GIs will be given an oppor- also said that already a number of work and then, when the army, is can tell. Several of them were $100$4.00 complete Prices with f. o.4.body.HV Seats .additional Ga.-

tunity to go, to;'school in Europe, friendships had developed from An- ready to turn these functions over, assigned to a,real'hot one last.week. Farmer's tractor dump ,cart oru 10000.

attend universities such as the Sor- glo-American meetings which werea take charge. A woman, reported the inform- PAUL WILLIAMS CO., Macon; Georgia.

bonne, Oxford, and Cambridge. The decided asset to both nations from Repatriation is a importantpart ant, had many signs in her bathroom
will also classes for very reading "Good morning Mein MISCELLANEOUS"YOGEE"The
army organize the diplomatic standpoint. of any European relief since : ,
. the younger GIs who want to pickup Fuehrer." "Heil Hitler!" and
Individuals can learn to get on millions of people have been evacu- Amazing Answer Board.
. their studies during the brief pe- "What have you done today to improve Complete with Mystery table and instruc-
,together especially when the goal ated or driven or have fled from .
riod after the armistice before they the Master Race?" FBI tions $1.95. VICTOR SALES CO., B.:x:
ahead of them is something above their own homeland and are scat- 403G, Birmingham 6,'Ala
return home. and beyond their own personal de tered about the world.- UNRRA has agents, disguised as plumbers, in-

The war department recognizes it sires.UNRRA's. taken over the work of the Middle vestigated and confirmed the tip.
will be' "You bet I them !" she
no easy job to get the army put up -
East Refugee relief and has chargeof For the Preservation *
home all at once. However, boih Staff boasted. "But I'm not a Nazi!" .
the placement and maintenance of
have emphasized the need for speed- Pledged f? Fairness 50,000 Greeks and Yugoslavs in Pal- It took hours before they broke her Of the American "fr '
sub- down. She fed with her -
big discharges and, with no was up
I was discussing this very point recently estine and Egypt.It .
marine warfare to cope with and no with a member of the United has located in Al- husband's dictatorial attitude, and Way of Life ft & -or
necessity for sailing in slow convoys, a new camp he had stopped speaking to her. .
Nations Rehabilitation Relief
officials are confident that all except administration. 'He believes firmly geria where the climate representsless She hoped to insult him by com- BUY U. S. WAR BONDS!
of than the
the army, of occupation in Germany a change desert paring him with, Hitler!
that the conferences of an interna-
from the homeland of the refugees.The .
will be back within a few months.
I tional nature already called, have poor people suffer enough in

Note-Greatest complaint againstthe for the most part .shown a great morale, they are either women, chil- Add capsule criticisms that will MONEY CAN'T BUY

army point system is that it enough degree of success to justifythe dren or disabled men, not the ideal live: Don ''Herold's: "The dogs in aspirin faster-acting, more dependablethan
makes allowance for 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' genuino pure St. Joseph Aspirin,
no men over hope for considerable are poorly sup-
progress grouping for cheerful society and
' a world's largest seller at 10!. Why
35 who have to it the Robert $ pay
apparently sweat ported cast.
toward world understanding.Some ?
life on a desert is not popular with more Big size for only 3$1.
out until' the end of the Scandalous'was lOO..blet
Japanesewar Benchley: 'Perfectly
of the facts' concerning many people even when they have
unless the of those in which all
war department one plays .1
UNRRA itself, not generally real- congenial company.
makes new allowances for them. of the actors unfortunately enunci-
ized, are worth presenting here be- UNRRA's 'far '
accomplishments so "
ated very clearly. Anon: Relief At Last
cause they seem to this
} INSIDE GERMANY timism. support op the excellent press it has had and "The trouble with Katharine Hep-
the enthusiasm with which has
Allied leaders, after surveying ef- it burn in 'The Lake' is that she didn't
UNRRA has just completed its been
received-even the few
unpleasant -
fects of intelligence work inside the throw herself ,into it enough.
second session in Montreal and I stories circulated about it-all for YourCouh
Reich, are now convinced
must say there was an air about indicate that it is a going concern
there is no chance of an honest anti- that meeting which gave one a feel- even though it is only intended to Notes of an Innocent Bystander: Creomulslon relieves promptly because
Hitler revolt
by the German people.What's ing of the stability of the organization. be a temporary one. The Magazines: Newsweek's good it goes right to the seat of the

more, efforts to spawn a In the first place its director, We down the list of other word-wedding. Its drama critic, describing trouble to help loosen and expel
pro-Allied underground in Germany might go germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
former Governor Lehmanof ham-
,have met with failure. general, conferences, past or pending, and report a singer portraying a to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
New York is so thoroughly absorbed actress wrote "She the
my : bronchial
Principal is a good deal of.progress on most mucous mem-
reason that the Gestapo by his job and imbued with of them: the Bretton Woods Mone- role of a Mae Westphalian prima branes. Tell your druggist to sell you .
everything including enthusiasm for it that his influence conference the food and donna." The same mag reminds a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding "-.
the army hierarchy. The com- energizes the whole staff.' tary one on Russian-baiters that the So- you must like the way it J
munist underground has been agriculture, both resulted in the cre- quickly allays the cough or you are
com- This is one of the intangible things ation of permanent organizations. A viet casualties are,almost five times to have your money back.CREOMULSIoN.
pletely liquidated
the socialist and; social-democrat-all remnantsof about this international body which meeting of the ministers of educa- greater than the U. S. and British

makes one have some faith in the tion of the United Nations held last combined. "Seventeen," a new
ic parties. ,
The only real hope Allied ability of the peoples of different nationalities April in London, I am told, will mag for the junior-miss set,, has a for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis

military to get together to do contribute to the refreshing slant. Earl Wilsonis
leaders have is that the 11 million undoubtedly pro-
things. Another thing, also more or 'represented in Everybody's Di-
slave laborers brought motion of wider,educational opportu- WNU-7 40-44
-, to, Germany less intangible but recognizeable as nities of education.A gest, a mag with zing. Pic rolls
Hitler from
' by Poland
: ; Russia, a force for unity, is the spirit of the out the silver lining for scientistswho
France, Belgium, Holland and Norway general economic conference,
UNRRA employees which is insist civilization can attain
y will conduct an increasing bolized by the oath they all have to recently called by Secretary Hull, Utopia. Meanwhile we'll be content
f campaign of sabotage, perhaps giv- and one on aviation are yet to be
take. At this point let me point with the closest thing to itAmerica. -
ing heart to large ..
groups of Germans out that the employees of the,organi- proved. . American Mercury's circu- x

r to join them. zation must not be confused with It is only when you get into realmof lation is climbing steadily and for For You To Feel Well a

'. A year ago, Hitler and his the 44 members of the council, the military or the political that good reason. It makes sense. 24 hours 7
t' henchmen kicked these slave UNRRA's policy making body. The, you begin to run into snags. It John Roy Carlson, the "Under Cov- week never stopping every day, the kidneys days every filter

" laborers around at will, fed them council members are all plenipoten- might be argued that the reason er" author, does another excellent wasto If matter from the blood.
of how the
poorly, worked them brutally tiaries representing their respective for this is that military and politi- job in The Woman magazine. Ina kidneys more must people constantly were aware remove surplus -
under a whip lash. Of late cal goals are purely selfish. fluid, excess acids and other waste
F, countries, just as members of con- few weeks the same mag offers his matter that cannot stay tn the blood
' '. this pressure has been eased. In gress represent different districts.But "Daughters of Dissension and De- without Injury to health, there wouldbe

!. some instances, Nazis have re the employees, from the di- Petroleum may be in continuous feat," which undresses the various whole better system understanding is upset when of kidneys why all the

: portedly given! special treatment rector general down, who are the process of formation in the beds of phony "Mother Patriotic Clubs." to function properly.
c- to their captives on the Burning,scanty or too frequent urination _
chance 44
employees of the nations, take an gulfs and oceans, according to Pro- ,sometimes warns that something: '
that they themselves will not be ,, international oath in 'which they fessor Denis L. Fox of the Scripps Navy Sec'y Forrestal got a huge la wrong. You may suffer nagging: back- "
,. too ache, headaches, dizziness, rheumaUo
badly punished by the Allies swear they will serve all countries Institution of Oceanography. He recently howl at the Waldorf dinner in his pains, getting up at nights, swelling. ,;:,1
% when German falls. equally and will not allow national analyzed many samples of honor with this: "There are two be Why not try Doan' Pills You will "1

f', It is now even possible for a prejudice of any kind to enter into mud, some within estimated age of wars. We are winning the first one country using over.a medicine Doan'stimulate recommended the function the .\

few of these captives to escape their decisions or their conduct. The 6,000 years, and found them well and we are going to win the second. flush of out tho kidneys and help from them the to .

from Germany for a price in result is an objective attitude which supplied with well-preserved pig- But there are too many experts! blood. They poisonous contain nothing waste harmful.

r foreign money-as petty Nazi I I it is hard for a person making no mented organic materials. He, also That reminds me of the expert en- Get all Doan' today.. Use with confidence.At .

: ; police try to accumulate enough such conscious effort to attain, even found some of the muds inhabitedby gineer who knew what it was all drug stores.f

foreign currency to live safely to comprehend. I recall something bacteria which are able to di.: about. You: know what an expert is.

during the Allied occupation. similar on the part members, of rectly synthesize petroleum. He's a mechanic away from home!" ,


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Clewiston News haven't been the unpredlcable upsets halt on the ;Stuart Tigers and:IWilr! to.;-each .senior twice. Then. Seniors The Ordinance of the Lord's Supper
that were an..'every' Saturday cox and Jr. Martinez took the "pig Betty Townsend and June Dunaway I which 'was 'unavoidably postponed

occurence last season. Most teams skin" over-also made the extra dressed her as she should have been last Sunday will be administered ..

Published every Friday In Clewiston, this fall are depending less on V-12 point. for the day. Long dress, old hat this Sunday night. Let
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS students and more on 17-year-olds, Conover did some .good pass I} with veil, and high heel shoes. She I every church member be present.
Tnc. 4-F's and discharged veterans. A catching and Waldron did the pass turned out to be a pretty good sport And Jesus said: "Whosoever shalt
good many of the schools which ing. All in all the Tigers (for the after all, though. ,II{l not doubt in his heart, but shall be- '
Entered as second class mall matter dropped football last season are third eleven man football game) are Edith Long won the girl's prize.I lieve that those things which he- ,

Clewiston February,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of In playing full schedules this fall. The strictly on the eleven man beam! She and Freshman Russ Owens did 'i saith shall come to pass, he shall
March 3, 1897.CARR high school picture in Florida seems The total score was: a love skit together. Did you notice have whatsoever he saith."
to show Miami High leading the pa- Clewiston ......- 26 a trace ofJo Ann in her acting. 'I

Publisher rade, with Hillsborough, Lee and Stuart _..............._... 12 (Remember Jo Ann as L'ucindy CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY:
Plant somewhat behind. On the Lovejoy, the housekeeper, last year: I CHURCH i
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Subscription Rntc- 2.50; Per-Tear East Coast Danfa and Belle Glade ALPHA TO OMEGA "- I in "Aunt Abby Answers an Ad") I David C. Hancock Minister
appear to be tops among the smaller AssemblyLast I Keep an eye on her Mrs. Bjornson. I II I
Advertising Rates On Application. schools. Incidentally we play both Friday the Seniors initiatedthe I The curtain soon closed on an enjoyable SUNDAY:OCT.: 15, 1944 :

of them on successive week-ends. Freshmen. An assembly was I I afternoon.' I II Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.,' Dr. L

Devoted to the advancement and wel- The World Series came out as held In the sch'ool. auditorium. Bruce j i I I I I II I II C. E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes "'.

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.HATIONAUDITOFUAL expected, though most baseball sen- Beardsley, the president of the Sen- Dance At Sugarland for all ages. '
timent was riding with the Browns. ior class, was the master of ceremonies I I I Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. A
You can't beat a team that leads its : introducing first Parmelia I Park Saturday Night j nursery for small children .Is con-

league in pitching, fielding and hit- Bourne, another senior, who led the I ducted at the Community Center.
ting. In the series the Cardinal devotion. Then the Freshmen were I I "You're Collecting Interest-On
Announcement Is made of a dance
'ASSOCIATION fielding was probably the decisive asked to stand and repeat after to be held at the Sugarland Park :1 What?" is the theme of"J the min",
factor. Bruce the "Oath of the Freshmen" I I ister's sermon.
Auditorium Saturday night starting
Then they were asked to go onto : j I Westminster Fellowship 6:00 p.
at ten and lasting until 2.
the stage where they each did in.-I I I m. for high school and junior high
Roar dividual performances concocted by Music will be by the Jamaican I I young people. ,
Tiger's the Seniors. orchestra and the usual charge of 1!f You are cordially invited to wor- ..(l

Bubber Mills opened the programby seventy-five cents for employees and ship with us.

On The HouseBy having to tell what happens at a $1.00 for non-employees of the !i

ALONG TIlE. CORRIDORS party. Quote Dubber, "She just sat United States Sugar Corporation I V .
D. C. S. (By Mamie Trice and Betty there and ran him all over the I will be charged. j! ;X'OTICE
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This week, Townsend boys and girls, we are place.Imagine" Eddie Conkling jitter- ] FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 'i JTO Address; LEONA unknown FUSSELL:

Last Wednesday morning we lauding our football heroes and the bugging with Carline Berner. I II. C. Meatlor, Pastor I I You arc hereby notified that Dill torDivorce
has' been
awakened with what felt like a gar- excellent support they received from The curtains were drawn and then I ,Charles E. Fussell filed in the against Circuit you Courtof by
den stuck tight to our left ton- both school children and the adults. I opened slowly. Onto the stage Sunday School-9:45 "a. m. Hendry County, Florida at LaBelle
pea it wasn'ta Our cheer leaders are really doinga Sherwood Hall, the treasurer of the Morning Worship 11:00 and suit you are required to appear in said
sil. Next morning we knew a. m. on November B 1:, 1944, or the Bill 4.
for it had taken on more the fine job and in their "snazzy looking" Senior class, rolled Dean Holland in Training Union-6:15 p. m. '.i, will be taken as confessed.
pea (SEAL)
dimensions of a marble. By Friday uniforms really "go to town"on a wheelbarrow. Dean was dressed : Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. Clerk WILLIAM Circuit Court T. ,HULL, '

morning it felt close enough to a all our school yells. like a baby; bottle, bonnet, and all Prayer Meeting Wed. 8:00 p. m. Hendry County, Florida.
Oct. 13. 20
I 27. Nov. 3.Johnson's .
golf ball that we went to see Doc. Now that "Hall" boy: is a good yelled to Senior Betty Townsend, Within every person there is a
He said it was some kind of tonsillitis example of the best school spirit. "Mamma, come blow my nose." desire to recognize some higher

that we can't even spell and Even.though after one yell you'd Each time Betty rushed out on the ;: power. There are occasions when -

told us to go to bed. But being one never know Sherwood by his voice, stage with a red railroad handker- something from within cries out for
of these "show-must-go-on" sort of he's really doing a grand job as Sen- chief. (Dean's nose was so red the I! something beyond human powers. Fish Camp I

birds we finished up the Clewiston ior cheer leader. rest of the day he looked like W. C. ''In our services we give opportunity (Near Hurricane Gate)

News and delivered them Saturday Also we extend hearty congratu- Fields.) Dean won the prize for !: for men to fellowship with God. We I Clewiston, Fla. (

morning before "we took his advice lations to Mamie Trice (who by the boy Freshmen. extend to you this privilegeeach Boats and Motors-Guide Service

and hit the hay. way, usually keeps on until she Freshmen Jackie Bledsoe did not |I. Sunday. We cordially invite you to I Rates Reasonable I
Ten tablets of sulfasomethingorother gets what we need.) A lot of peo- obey the Seniors rules all week. So make our church your church homrt: W. H. Johnson, Mcr.

later we were rid of the sore ple yelling and cheering. Who on 'the stage she was asked to bow I while In our community. I &_ I

throat but so mentally: useless we could ask for a better crowd and a ---,
had difficulty listening to the World more enthusiastic group than we had

Series and keeping track of the score. last Friday night. It helps our boys

As a result of all this we lost a morale, don't you think?
couple of good days the first of the
Dot Sealey and June Dunaway are
week end have been a little wobbly
also lending their charm to this ;'l
the balance of the week. Confiden-
worthy cause. They both have good I
tially all of this is just an alibi in
voices LOUD and STRONG. And
case anything goes haywire this they know how to use them on

we have an example of loyalty ,._,
We didn't get a chance, editorially to our team. (Or have we?) "

to introduce our new helper at .We were RAW?THEN disappointed
the office; l\ rs. Jane Leftwich, who, to see so many of the R. A. F. cadets

after her first week" is wondering if over on the Stuart sidelines "root- a

she shouldn't place an order for a ing" for them. We admit they

',' comfortable straitjacket. She'll be needed it badly. However, we think

office manager, bookkeeper, society I they could have shown us,* as long
reporter, jogger-up of the editor's as they were in Clewiston, they
memory, complaint clerk and cus- would support our football team. But
todian of the aspirin bottle to begin -,'
then it is everyone's. privilege to do
and will probably'work into a few I ..
as they please. AMERICA any- ;.jJb4 r'w .9
more jobs as she becomes a little Mr Fppp555

more familiar with the work. She's way.We also had a good many of the

a charming, friendly person and we Prisoner of War .guards at our I t'-.
know you'll like her. Mrs. Duff
game. They really yelled for us, .r.
thinks she's going to get away but and showed that good old American .. l,
we aren't too sure yet that we're spirit and enthusiasm for football.

going to let her have more than a AND HOW! We appreciated it.
short vacation. She's made the bad Come on back and have some more v k' ocaF:;; '.

mistake of making herself too in- fun. You certainly seemed to en-

* despensable. joy the game. Nearly as much as
we did. r &
Our boys really played a SWELL v 4 S / Yeti !"

Sporting Around GAME, and we sure are proud of
them. Only a few boys were hurt I

;" By Bernard Myers during the evening and the injury :
wasn't .
boys played : -:: "
Our first home football game was a darn good game. They were: I 2df ,
::, pretty much of a success. The boys Douglas Conover, Milton Poole," 0. ,
played their best all-around game C. Wilcox and Marty Waldron. 'I '. 0 .:.z;
'F of the season, we did fairly well We're really looking forward to { .:.,-:
financially and I think the people our game next Friday since there !s ...'.'.
enjoyed the game. Our offense was so much rivalry between the two I a3rk.% ,. f .;

really clicking for the first time this teams. We're going to play or shouldwe ( Meet COMMISSION AGENT! -':i:,;;
season. Our tackling and line say BEAT :Moore Haven Friday" our
charging, however, were not the 13th. UNLUCKY :i!
as good for
someone whom store in
and we set great ,
He's of the finest one upon .
as they were in the previous ga.mes. and WE KNOW WHO. Come on ; + one I
We completed eight out of sixteen out CLEWISTON and show some 4' these strenuous days of wartime transportation. He's a onemanteam

passes. Except for one or two mo- I spirit and let's let the boys on our this fellow-a bus line complete 'in himself ticket agent Ij:

mentary forgetting qf rules' the officiating :I football team know that we're behind dispatcher, baggage man, traffic manager, information center, all

,_ was excellent'The : them until they've made the in one. His days are pretty lively. Naturally he is a very important

f boys and 1 have really appreciated SURE final touchdown.TO DO, AS THEY ARE r' man to Florida Motor Lines, and to those who must travel. "

!\.7' the help we have been get- YEA CLEWISTON! f Because he knows a lot of people, our agent is respected by a
ting around the field
tickets. Almost and on the r lot of people. His knowledge of intercity transport problems and

+t. .-: can see Bernie Thompson any night- now c. you A. "WE DOOD IT" '.:L > travel service is truly amazing and yours for the simple asking.

" .F Martinez, Melvin Pape, Urey: Wal- Yes, after(By Hall two hard and Pape) # That's whyhe is a key man in ours and every other bus line operation '

w'j ;. dron, Henry Trice Shorty Stiles, we turned the 'tide. The fought first games quarter -why he's so well worth knowing by
Lefty Baker
j. and Vernon Bryant of the we ,. him and let him advise ''
I working hard on the bleachers. We game were a little all who travel. Meet -

also had much-needed help'Friday nervous but young Pape did his job you regarding any bus trip you plan.I ...
and the boys settled down for \
night from some of these L;
men, the hard playing. : ..;
'_ Boy Scouts, some of the mothers of ,. ;,\ -
the football boys and the The second quarter Mr., Martin : ( c2
who sold the tickets Waldron (after his 10 minutes of .f; -
trying to find the hole
}-I ... Stroud's supervision.-.. making' ) carried the "pigskin"were #' 111 I l I ll 1U

, Wednesday In over. Then Wilcox kicked it overas
unfortunate accident.practice Gene we had Mills an if he had all day for the line. RtSTAURAt1T .
Tucker on a quarter back
husky and hard-hitting
guard, brok
sneak ran over for a
his touchdown for
. ankle rather badly ill tackling
Stuart when they had
: practice. only 30 sec
It is almost
, for
. .
onds in .
the first half
a football team to to do it in. "'
go through a This made the 13 9 .1.
season without one broken bone. I Clewiston.The score to 6 in favorof '- I r -

hope that was the first and only
3 third quarter Stuart took
t> one. Injuries in
any game make
over the ball
"' and just
you feel, bad, but that is"-one kept it
- of the; the whole quarter-and
again Tucker
risks of the game.
(on some play) ran over for a

Football touchdown. Somehow, we couldn't
seems headed -
for a ban grab his feet!
ner year in spite of the
manpower The
Inroads of fourth quarter was vice versa, .
wartime. So far there for the Clewis ton Tigers got a good },r .. ? .

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October 42-9 Rent of Equipment .... 1-.8.44.95
\ Minutes of 432 Bridge Material....... 3340.28 I' '
; ( I r Today's CQ M I-GRAPH By Peters l
: : (Continued from Page 1) $12,288.47
Now 'is the time tot
681 Salary County Agent. 240.00 Said transfer to be made subjectto
t l ,
; the approval of the State Comp- Your car will be "show
: start a I' $5,178.73 troller and in compliance with Chapter -
ing" signs of too if
To The Following Appropriations: age ;
16286, Section 2, Acts of 1932.
\ 224 Tax Assessors Com- Motion by Poole seconded by ,, systematic service isn't
missions ..:.......................$ 38.91!) Etherton called and carried that the 300 r j jR3OMS maintained on it.HENDRY. I
225 Tax Collectors Com- following election officials be appointed I I8p

missions .......................... .18 to hold the General Election ,. I''
261 Elections and Supervisor on November 1, 1944, and that the \
of Registration .__........... 476.73: proper notice be run, as follows: T .j!
/ 263 Advertising Delinquent l Precinct One (1) Clewiston: Mrs. -

SAVINGSACCOUNT Land ................................ 32.55. Louise Hare, Clerk; F. L. Williamson -', COUNTY. M
269 Administration Expenses Mrs. R. J. Lee, Judson Francis I
} ..............:- ...:....... 987.47 Inspectors Harold Dupree, Special
.341 Maintenance: f.Jail .. 86.42: Deputy; Polling place, City Hall _- H II
537 Maintenance of Ceme- Building.

taries .............................. 84.04 Precinct Two (2) East LaBelle: CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
I 5-62 Insanity Inquest ........ 62.00 Mrs. Alice E. Hall Clerk; Mrs. Neva I :
563 General. Welfare ........ 3410.43 Yeomans, Frank A, Dougk'erty; r

.. "4'--n.: ri .- Nell Haynes Bush Inspectors; M Mr3'l "
ash, $5,178.73 Browning, Special Deputy; Polling 'This won't do! We couldn't use that many bathi. e
.4 1 Fine and Forfeiture Fund: place, Luckey Store Building. I
;, Regular Deposits 699 Contingencies and i Precinct Three (3) West LaBelle: I

Emergencies ....................$ 321.65 j R. E. Burchard, Clerk; ,Mrs. C. C. '
,.-'\ ,," % Grow Fast To The Following Appropriation: |Cook Mrs. Laura Yeomans, Mrs. G. :
324 Justice of the Peace, s j A. Hill, Inspectors; Charlie Hardin,
Fees 'and Cost ................$ 321.65 |Special Deputy; Polling place, Old 'RE-ELECT .
I Road and Bridge Fund: |Bank Building. I''
413 Bridge Tender, .... Precinct Four (4)) Denaud: R.

I I salary __............................$ 5.40 Burchard; Clerk; Mrs. Dora 1\1.1 Franklin D. Roosevelt
422 Maintenance of Equip- Mrs. Mamie Hires, Joe Crews, Inj j

I ment ...................,.,,,,,...." 456.46 spectors; Earl R. Murray Special ,
II I 424 Supplies Ind Incidentals j Deputy; Polling place, Duval Ga .
.. .
Clewiston Federal .................u............... 79.001! I rage. \I N:H ; :N1;NI :11:N:N:N NON N:N:H N:
r 494 Payment 'to Cities .'000' 900.00 Precinct Five ((5) Felda: C. O.I
.> 699 Contingencies and II| Willis, Clerk; M; H. Perry, Mis. .President Roosevelt, our Commander-In-Chief, has

Savings and LoanAssociation Emergencies ...................10897.61 Addine Lancaster Mrs. Homer How- done a magnificent job so far in guiding us through
ft. J' this, the most horrible war in history. But the war is
ard, Inspectors Gilbert Taylor,
1 ; not yet won, therefore we believe he should be allowed
$12,338.47 Special Deputy; Polling place, Boy to lead us all the way through to VICTORY and a
Scout Building. |I
To The Following Appropriations: t LASTING PEACE.
.. Precinct Six (6)) Hookers Point:
415-Labor ,.. .000000.000000. ; $6,012.08 I
I' Gasoline and Oil ........ 1141.16 W. C. Hooker Clerk; Mrs. L. L. j! Mr.> Roosevelt has the confidence of the heads of all
, Lowe Mrs. Elsie Risner, Mrs. Sherman '.
, .\ the allied nations. His splendid leadership, honestyand
Hansen, Inspectors. ; Paul courage is recognized by them all in these most
, r -" I Emrich, Special Deputy; Polling I critical times. He has served us well. '
place Bussey's Store. S
I I jf
I With his excellent record and experience, we recom-
CLEWISTON I .Chairman Board of County mend that you choose a fourth term for President
,. Commissioners of Hendry Roosevelt instead 'of placing at the head 'of our gov-
County, Florida. I ernment a first term inexperienced, untried candidate.
.% ; GOLF COURSE I Ii ATTEST: William T. Hull Clerk.

Motion by Etherton seconded by ..
1 .:N:N:N N: N N:N:N:N N :N N:N:N N:1 ,
Townsend called and carried that,
the Clerk for the Board be instructed -

i S:':, ,T'j; ., ': .' '>,J.. ."... ballots to prepare to hold a: sufficient the November amount general of 'I Hendry County Democratic
f' ; .' : I.J.
: '. .' election and in addition to the
'. ,
: names of the nominees ,furnished by Committee
.. ....... ) the Secretary of State to have the
.., 1
/ -- ." following names 'printed thereon:
Elbert L. Stewart, for Member of (Paid Political Adv.)
'::',. Bob Ruet )has; taken over the House of Representatives' of the
State of Florida.'
club house. You may be. sure R. M. Harris, for County Judge, .

................,........ ..... ........... ...... ........ .... ...........
Hendry County Florida. I..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : :-+: : : : ::: : : : : : : : :..:-:.
that either Bob or Mrs. Ruet will'I Bill 'Maddox' ,- for .Sheriff Hendry

be on the job and give you a hearty County.Dr. C. E. L Weaver, Superintendent J. E. BEARDSLEYReal ',_ ,_..

of Public Instruction.
welcome. \ Dennis "Small, for County Assessor .- Estate
of Taxes, Hendry County. ,I
'. R. N. Miller for Tax Collector, !
.. The course is in good condition. Hendry County. I -'
,.., .; RUTH R. BEARDSLEY ''V i
L. Hall, for Supervisor of :fJ ___
: '
1 (
.. Registration, Hendry County.
J'' H. A, Rider, County Attorney, \ : '' .

.. ', ,. Hendry County. ? : Insurance
I ,
: C. E. Miner, County .
: :!, .. ''I er District No.: 1, Hendr commisSion-\\

: J. O. Davidson, County Commissioner I t
District No.2, Hendry Coun- ": ; .

i ty. : \I. \ .. ::, V V I Hopkins Building
F Clewiston Golf Course R. B. Waldron, County commis-I -
sioner District No.3, : )
V \ty. Phone 66 or, 27R2 j1

A. J. Evers County Commissioner t

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.- FRIDAY, OCTTOUEK. 13,' 1344Deun

Walter Malherly of the Uni- |I: ItOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR I ', City Clerk.. Trustees' I. I. Fund. Trustees' I. I. Fiend
: TAX Sept. 29, Oct. 6. 13, 20.Tallahassee j Sept. 22, 29 Oct. 6 13 ..
DFFI) 20.
"Versify of Florida College of Bust- j: 1944. SePt. 22, 29, Oct. i. 13. 20. 1944. '

Iloos Administiation. resigned this! Notice is hereby given that :Mrs. N. I Florida_ ,....._ -'--.--- tI,

"week as post-war planning' consultant I I I.. Powell. holder of the following certificates September 14. 1944 I Tallahassee Florida I Tallahassee ,
has filed said certificates fora September '14, 1944 J I .
to the Hillsboiough County 1 I tax deed lo be .issued ,thereon. The I NOTICENOTICE NOTICENOTICE' September U. 1944 .' '. .

Economic Development Commissulon. certificate numbers and years of Issuance I H' NOTICENOTICE '

'gavthe" ...Bother j' the description of the property :. Is hereby given that the is hereby given th1.t'the !'I
He press of and the' names in whichit" was assessed I Trustees of the Internal Improvement I Trustees of the Internal Improvement is hereby given that the

Duties as the reason. 'are as follows: Fund of the State' of Florida. bffer for Fund of the State of Florida Trustees of the Internal Improvement
I offer for
Certificate No. 17, issued 1942 covering I sale to be. sold to the'.hIghest bidder, sale to be sold to'' the Fund of the State of Florida, offer for
Lot No.5. Block No. 858 n messed In Tallahassee. Florida, at 12. o'clock i In Tallahassee Florida bidder sale to be sold to the highest bidder
at 12 o'clocft
I ,
in the name of David R. Lnrseri NOON October 24, 1944, the following! NOON, October 24th 1914 the I In alla hassee' Flbrkla, at 12, o'clock
Nor I C '13 Certificate No. 12, issued in 1941. described lands in HENDRY COUNTY described land In, HENDUY, following NOON. October ffl,. 1944, the following

covering Lot No. 27 in Block No. 176 NJ4 of Section l. TY: COUNEast ,described lands in HENDRY COUNTT;

assessed In the name of W C. J.. Her I N% of Section iI.N II / Half (E&) of Section Three fe1 of Section 1 and S>, of Section '
'JIrO DONALD A. DUMIRE, man. % of Section 31, (3), Township Forty-six 11, Township 46 South, Range

<15379801! All said property beIng\ in the City 'I all in Township 46 South, Range South, Range Thirty-two .(46)(32) 1 31 East, containing 640 aeres, more .
< U Base Unit Police or less.
AAF Military 31 East, containing 960 acres '
of Clewiston; .County of Hendry, State East; containing ,320. acres, more
Sqdn. A.. i of Florida. more or less. |I or less." 'THIS NOTICE } publ&ned in com '
Closes Lake, Washington: pliance with
'This Notice is published in compliance This FlorW
Notice is
You are, hereby notified that Bill for Unless such certificates' shall be redeemed I with Section 27007. Florida I I ptlbllshed In compliance Statutes 1941. .1.

:Divorce hae been filed against you by according to law Iho property Statutes 1941 tutes with 1941.:;Section' 270.07, Florida' Sta-. The Trustees' of the internal Inf '
sICvalee:: ':Rimes Dumire in the Circuit described in such certificates 'will be 'The Trustees of Internal Improvement The : provement Fund reserve the right K

Court of Hendry County, Florida at sold to the highest bidderat the south I Fund ,reserve the right to reject ment Fund Trustees of Internal Improve- .reject any and 'al- bids. t '

QLaBelle and you are required to appear front door of the City Hall in the City any and all bids. any and all reserve bids. the. right to reject' '.BY .ORDER, Trustees of tfc* .. ,\
iin said suit on November 6th. 1944 or I of Clewiston on the first :Monday' in BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal BY ORDER I internal TmRrovement Fund of tlio. ''
the month of November 1D44 which of the Trustees of Internal State II
the EMU -will be taken as confessed.. Improvement Fund, of the Stateof of Florraa. .

Clerk Circuit Court Dated this 29th day of, September, Spessard L. Holland Governor. IAtest: J "
: Hendry County, Florida. 1944. Attest: ., "-t: L. Holland Governor. J Elot. Secretary -

?CJ,t. 29. Oct.. 6, 13. 20, 1944. i M. W. BIGG, j i F. C. Elliott, SecretaryThat ; F. C, Elliott Secretary i Fund .
''Sept. 22 29
_ Oct. 6. 13. 20. 1944.
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J '7 cNO1'iCEbELECTIOP1: ( ninth :(39th| and': Forty-flrsi ((41st the' toliowinp amendment ol 'Section : ertr' within such municipality "

WHEREAS The Legislature of 1943. I Districts shall be elected for a term 24 ,of Article in, of the Consti- town and 'not; otherwise. or; of 17. and o .d after Ue_ zptrton '
"imder the Constitution of 1885. of' the of four years and the senator Irom tution of the State ol Florida relating : the t a each ald', ,
:State-of'Florida;"did"pass 10 Joint Reso- the -Fortieth'(40th1 District electedfor to uniform county ]:andLfliunicipsi government rhe Counties\ of /Dade 'and Orange Slcit' f'- ountie*. the omS .

.- ztioc3 proposing amendments to the s term of twc years from the and the classification ot and .e"r.b municipality, town. district *n* JUcitr and Pro.*cut-
Constitution of the State of Florida' and. I time 01 the General Election of 1944 cities and i towns. be and the same 'is. and other special taxing district now SR.AJ5JS2L. b I !abollhe Wt
.e same were agreed to by a vote and thereafter said Senator shall be hereby agreed to' and shall _'be submitted -:' created by ,law. or ,which may be hereJ c-ptA.. A* {
after of cue
'wt three-fifths of all the members electedto elected for a term of four vears u- 'to the elector ot the State created by law. In each of said te county 81cltr within e t
each house; that the votes on said cept in case ot a vacancy in office of'' Florida at the General Election of Counties. shall retain and control the sad 1 unti. 1 /haU becme the dutie

-Joint Resolutions' were entered upon Filed in office Secretary of State Representatives to be neld in 1944\ power ir' fix their. respective ,budgets State Attnc'l each !
'"ttieir respective Journals with the yeas ,June 14. 1943 for approval or rejection: that Is' to for the purpose of measuring and Im Counties

v.nnrt nays thereon and they did determine say. that Section 24 of Article m of posing: the millage to,be imposed upon Section 1. O and after the expiration '

and direct that the said Joint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the State of Florida ad property in 'said Counties* subject to of tem of the .'
JOcsoIutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of the be amended so as to read as fol- each valorem or' other like taxes within of the Criminal of Cerk ,

:of the State at the General Election in Constitution ol the State of Florida lows:' district respective municipality town, Dade sd Orange Counties. for which :\:

.November, 1944. Relating to Justice Districts *nd Jus- Section 24. The Legislature shall and the or other special taxing area. they eac are. serving. or have been .. :
NOW, THEREFORE, i, R. A. GRAY, tices of the Peace establish a uniform system of county of said County Tax Assessor In each I January I, 1945. the office
-Secretary of State of the State of Florida BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- ,and municipal government. which shall Counties shall in determining of the Clerks of the Criminal
i *o bereby give notice that a be applicable. except in cases where each assessment addrthe amount levied of Record In both Counties Cou I '
imposed U '
local by such mlllage to the Clerks of the Civil -,
GENERAL ELECTION or special laws are provided. or of i
That the following amendment to Section Cou
_wfil be held in each county in Florida 21 of Article V of the Constitution may hereafter be provided by the Legislature amount Counties of Imposed Dade by the respective and the Cou of In Dade 'I .
fan Tuesday next succeeding the first of the State of Florida be and that mav be Inconsistent. Orange. I County be abolished and, the .
I J&onday in November, A. D. 1944 thesvaid the same Is. hereby agreed to, and the therewIth. Section 2. That on and after mid duties of the Clerks ot the Criminal .
Tuesday being the same shall be submitted to the qual_ Filed in office Secretary ol State. night. December 31st. 1944. the Count:: Court of Record In both Counte I .
June 10. 1943A Tax Collectors of the Counties and the the
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER tiled electors at the general election of dutlCof Clerk :
f.uthe ratification rejection of the Dade and Orange. State of Florida. In Dade County .
": or In 1944 for ratification or rejection: : ciea I : '
.' JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to shall eaah become the Tax Collector shall all be taken ,and (
said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments ;\. There shall be not more aumed. over : ,
..: to the ConstituUonof ,the State than"Section five justice:, _uistncts in eacn, i Amend Section Six and Section Seven for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part the duties of the I .. ;

"af Florida, viz: county and there shall be elected 'one of Article XVIH of the Constitution of levied and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the circuit Court ,'. '
the State of Florida Relating to the year 1945 and subsequent years (except In Dade and Orange Counties "
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing 'Justice of the Peace for' each Justice I. ;
Section 8. .
taxes The
Term of Office of Persons Appointed now required to be collected assumption new ;
who shall hold office for four
1-Qh.e Amendment of Section 1 of Ar"Slcle District, a "
or Elected to Fill Vacancies In Elec- by the Clerk 01 the Circuit duties under the provisions this I : (
: IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are Court) within Article shall not '.
tive Offices Under Said Constitution each of said Counties. entitle any I .
but the Legisla- ofic
: Taxation. hereby recognIZed. '
elating to and to increased
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA. Including all County taxes and compensation: Y -,
ture may. by special Act from time to I : :
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- all ad valorem and officers upon whom such .
TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA acreage taxes Imposed new dutie ",'" ,
the boundaries of ;
time, change any :.
THE" OF FLORIDA by shall be Imposed shall \
JiATURE OF STATE : such District now or hereafter established That the following amendment to Sec any municipality, town. district continue ,
That the following amendment to Sec- and establish new or abol- tion 0 and Section 7 of Article xvm. or other taxing district upon governed by the general law of the .' '
.'tton 1 or Article IX of the Constitution ish such may District now or here- of the Constitution of the State of' property within each ,of said Counties, State as It now is, or may be here 1,""FI I
f Florida relating to taxation be and after any existing" Provided however Florida be and the same Is hereby and the, Legislature may provide that after a relates to the fixing of their I ", ;'
;"Che same Is hereby agreed to and hall each of said Collectors shall also collect respective salaries or prescribing their I ,
that any such changes shall be sub- agreed to. and the !same shall be sub-
submitted to the ,electors of the mitted to the people of any county so mitted to the qualified electors of the any other taxes. licenses or ex maximum compensation from fees: .. ) I
.'State of Florida for ratification or re-: affected by referendum at the next State of Florida for ratification or rejection -\ cises within said Counties Such collectors provided however that each officer ,']r
:Joctlon: : at the next General Election ensuing general election. I at the next ensuing general shall each remit to, the designated may a.5. he assume the herein statedadditional : \ \ '; ,
t_ be held In 1944 as follows: election proper officials of each taxing take over and be '
Filed In office Secretary ot State. that Is to say: That Sections allowed such ; 'i '
Section 1. The Legislature shall pro- 0 authority in their respective Countiesall assistants employees !
June 10. 1943. and 7 of Article XVIII of the Constitution and ,
'irtda,for a uniform and equal rate of of the State of Florida be such taxes collected forthwith.' or expenses of the office assumed :' ,
11 taxation, except that it may provide amended to read as follows: as may be. provided by law. Each Tax as may be approved by the Budget '
,vCor special rate or 'rates on Intangible A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an "Section Collector shall collect each tax statement Commissions of /such Counties or bv ;.
C. The term of office for
Amendment to Article V of Con- such .
the In
full, and shall Issue but one otner supervisory authority !
rate ratest.aU as
Oyroperty. but such special or all appointees to fill vacancies In any : :
stitution of Florida by adding theretoan tax statement, which shall Include may be established by ,
all the Legislature '
\ not exceed two mnia on the dol- of the elective offices under this Con- ,
Additional Section to the I ad valorem
Relating or acreage taxes assessed Notwithstanding any general or special '
.r of the assessed valuation of sucnproperty stitution shall extend only to the first ;
Election of State Judges 01Cc1JIWW laws :
Attorney! during the
any one calendar year upon of this Articleshall -
that Provision
tangible provided asUto _
; Tuesday after the first Monday In
Court Eecord Bad each be .
pi parcel of real .
by property and upon The Legis '
secured mortWe. Ii'
any obligations January next After. the election and
Solicitors (except the Judge and Bo>- each lot of lature
personal property. and all may reasonable :
? deed of trust other lien theZslature i 1nterD& ;
or qualification of A. successor. ,
llcitor of the Court of Record of Bscambla tax certificates shall be Issued to cover tation to the words. phrases :'
may prescribe an Intangible County) and Providing for flll_ 'Section 7. In all ca.scsof electionto all taxes tions of this ,
upon each parcel of real Article and direct their ', A' ".
of than two (2) fill
tax not more vacancies in office such election
Ing Vacancies In any of such Offices property, for. ,each calendar year and effect by related laws 'The ,
mills on the dollar which shall be 'shall be for that of the
Prior to the FIrst Tuesday after the shall be sold by'each Collector as Is ture may by law control the Legbla-I '_
'" payable at the time such mortgage, unexpired term commencing on the .
First Monday In January. 1949. by Appointment or may be provided by law. aa relates sation of each '
deed of trust, or other lien is pre_ by the Governor and Oon_ first Tuesday after.. the first Monday to County Taxes and tax certificatesnot pens* and '
"vented for recordatlon said tax: to be the Senate. In January next' after such election." fected t fg.el
irmatlon by sold and which law hereby, abolish
by or foreclosure '
-to lieu of all other intangible assess3nenU Filed In office Secretary of State systems fe 1 .
,where (
are converted in Dade
Into title. .
': on such obligations. The special BE IT RESOLVED: BY June 12. 1943., may '
LATURE OF THB STATE OF FLORIDA: be so. converted by the respective Orange Counties and mav control all
rates the taxes collected
TCHerefrom vat K or be apportioned by the That Article V'of the Constitution of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing- Counties and the property, sold for the teC and 'charges of otio' or of- J
,may -
the State of Florida be' amended by pro rata benefit of each Interested within each of sid Countie. ,
'-Legislature. and shall be exclusive ofWl Section 5. Article VIII of ,Section 9.
taxing 20'
authority: sales shall be made ,
adding thereto an additional section
Constitution of the State of Florida
District and
other State. .County.- to be known' as Section 47 of said Article relating to County Commissioners. and penalties and, Interest for ;delinquencies and Section 5". 27 and 20- of Article V. '
municipal taxes; and shall prescribe Imposed and of'Article and 8ec. _
relating to the election of State as provided, by law Sectlon"1 V.
=such regulations as shall secure a Just BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- for County taxes: each taxing author- tion .
Attorneys Judges of Criminal Courts I
"valuation of all property. both 'real LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Cont'uton
of Record and County Solicitors (except : ity where It has a tax' interest. may of the of, ,
1IIDd personal excepting such property That Section 5 of Article VIH ,
of In'
the Judge and Solicitor of the purchase property sold for'taxes or on full force and and
as may be exempted by law for municipal Court of Record of Escambla County) the Constitution of the State of ,FlorIda foreclosure. and all moneys derived said' Sections of said efec the I ",I'

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

Approved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida for ratification or and as amended Is agreed to and shall distributed pro rata to the respective offices consolidated bv this Article .
3943.: rejection: at the General Election to' be submitted to the electors of' the Counties municipalities towns. drainage shall remain In full force and effect

Filed in Office Secretary ot State be held on the first Tuesday after the State ,of Florida at the general election distrIcts. or other taxing districts save and except as' they mav each ,

'SLay 20 1943. first Monday In November 1944 as fol- of Representatives to be held in according to ,the proportion of taxes relate to such ,offices and the system j
lows: 1944 for, approval or rejection That levied by each upon -ach parcel or of taxation and fees in Dade and ,

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys. Judgesof Section 5. of Article VIH. as amended. piece of property Involved. Orange cunt1es. Florida and as to;

.an Amendment to Article 7. Section 3Dt the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: Section 3.. Municipalities in each of such and fees within
-' the Constitution of the State of1orlda. County ,Solicitors (except the Judge "Section 5. There shall be one said Counties may by special electionto said Counties such Sections and the

---' Relative to Census and 'Ap.portlonment and Solicitor of the Court of Record County Commissioner in each of the be held prior to December 31. 1944. Constitution shall be modified and ,

,.. .- by Amending Section 3 of Escambla County) shall hereafterbe five County Commissioners districts retain the right to assess and collect changed by this ,Article. ,,

3if: said Article so as to Desighate Os- .:elected by the qualified electorsof In each county which districts shall taxes.! Upon adoption of tills Aitlcle Filed in ofic Secretary of Stat
? ; la and Okeechobee be numbered one to five Inclusive and June 10. .
counties as a their respective Judicial circuits or any_ municipal_ government within pheuuuiiues ".
Senatorial District. Designate Broward shall be as nearly as possible equalIn
counties as other State and County of- 01 uaae ana urange may
.SOounty as a Senatorial District and Iclals are elected. i proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15) days A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an,
b, Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties ."The first election of State Attor- Board of. County Commissioners In the notice by publication call a special Amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution -. ,

_ -fcs a Senatorial District. neys. Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from timeto election to be participated In by the of the State of Florida Relative -
BE IT tNACTEU BY THE LEGIS- Record and County Solicitors (except time fix the boundaries of such districts qualified freeholders of such municipality to Assessment of Property for _

.. -CATURE OF :THE STATE OF FLORIDA the Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof .' Said County Commissionersshall only who shall determine bya Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by'
'" That the following amendment to Sec- Record I of Escambla County) shallbe be elected by the qualified elect. majority whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to

-3lon 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution held at the General Election In 1948 ors of said county at the time and hereof be. or not be. effective within Provide that In the County of Billsborough .
":. ; .ar the State of Florida relative to cen- to take office the first Tuesday after place of voting for other county officers such municipality. Such freeholders State of Florida, the County
,' i"$US and apportionment designating the first Monday In January 1949. and shall hold office for four voting may by majority vote elect to Tax Assessor Shall Assess the Property t

:: Osceola and Okeechobee' Counties as for a ,term of four years. years. Provided. that the County' Commissioners have such municipality come under of the County for the Purpose of Levy- !

f :: e thirty-ninth (;Ja) benatonai DisLurlct. "The term or tenure of office ol any- eleated from the even num- said Sections or by a like majority of Ing State County. School and Municipal i

; Broward County as the lortieth: one heretofore or hereafter appointedto bered districts in 1944 shall serve for those voting. determine that it shall Taxes Levied by the State County. .

WJ Senatorial District and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentioned two years those elected in 1944 from not come under said Sections. If by County Scbol Board School Districts. .
.vnd Gulf Counties as the forty-first shall not be extended hereby Any the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come Special Shol District and Mu- I
.{41) Senatorial for four and thereafter the nicipalities of '
DistrIct. be and the vacancy In any of such offices priorto years under Sections l' and 2 hereof. or If
', same is hereby agreed to and shall ,be I I said first Tuesday after the first terms ,shall 'be'' for four years: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -

: :Submitted the electors of Florida Monday in January. 1949. shall be filled that Section n of Article VIII such election prior to December 31. _OF_THE STATE OF ,FLRA:

;. 3JTor ratification or rejection at the Gen. by appoIntment' by. the Governor and of this Constitution shall 'cot be affected 1944. then In either such event. Sections That the .following -,

"' -sral. Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as heretofore hereby." 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective tide VIII of the Constitution of the '.
Tuesday alter the {lISt Monday in provided by the Constitution but Filed in office' Secretary of State upon such municipality ,In the event State of Florida ,relative to.-the .Assessment I '.
. '' -November, 1944 as follows.'Section : In no case for any longer than until May 27 1943 any municipality elects not to come and Collection of all taxes in '
: J. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon under Sections 1 and 2 hereof. such the County of Hlllsborough. State 0
.t -*naU meet in regular session, A. D. day In January. 1949. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4. Florida by adding thereto addlt1ont

'" 'tS55 and those that shaU meet every 'Any provision of the ,Constitution Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6. 7. 8. and 9 ,of this Article. exceptas sections to bek.nown.as 1

iren years .thereafter. shall, apportion in conflict herewith is hereby repealed State of Florida to Be Known as Article to the assessment and collection of. Section 12. be and the same Is hereb
-! xhe representation In the Senate and ." XX. Sections 1-9 thereof. RelatIng tae In such municipalty. which shall agreed to and shall be submitted t.e.

-hall provide 'for forty-one (41) Sen- Filed In office Secretary of State. to the Consolidation of Certain as Is by law; Electors of the State of Florida fe

:' 7i orlal DistrIcts. sucu Districts.to be May 18. 1943A Offices In the Counties of Dade and provided however that at any general ratification or rejection at the genera
--us. nearly equal In population as prac- Orange., State of Florida. and Providing city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first TuE

:., 1 ;ticable, but no Countv shall be di- JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in Said Counties for the Combination upon petition filed at, least thirty (30) day after the first Monday In November

..vided in making such apportionment. Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec of Assessments and Collec. days prior to such election by ten per 1944. as follows:
.' ind each District shall nave one Sen.tor -- aratlon of Rights in the Constitution tions and Equalization of County. Mu- cent of the freeholders entitled to Section 11 1. From and after Janu-
-*... ; Provided that Osceola and Okee- of the State of Florida. Relating to nicipal and District Taxes. and Per- vote In such election. the question of ary 1. 1946 the County Tax AssessorIn

': =chobee Counties. Florida, shall constitute Double Jeopardy, Sclf-Incrimlnation.' mitting Municipal Referendum. and whether or not such 'municipality shall the County of Hlllsborough. Stat ,
'-' the Thirty-ninth (39th| Sen- Due Process of Law. and the Taking the Consolidation of the Office of be bound by Sections 1 and 2 !shall of Florida. shall assess all property .

,' Atorlal District. Broward County Flor- of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot: and upon a all State County. Schol. and Munlcl-
: --2
'. Senatorial DIstrict. and Calhoun aAd Persons to. Work Shall Not Be Deniedor the "Clerk of the Criminal and shall thereafter be bound by said Sections by the State. County,' County School

:/ 33ulf Counties.. Florida, shall constl. Abridged 'on Account of Member- Civil[ Courts and Duties of Tax Collector Board School District.' Special Tax

; .Jitute the Forty-first ((41st) Senatorial ship r or Non-Membership In any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School Districts .
::.- .- District: and. at the same time. the Union. or Labor Organization: and Court. and the County ,Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Legislative -

: -Legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the Right of Employees BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE and Orange Counties shall Impose no Session In 1945 and from time, to

: : "representation in the House ot ttepjrresentatlves. to Collectively .Bargain; Shall OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA; charge by way of fee or otherwise time thereafter, enact laws spec1rlngthe'

' [ and shall allow three. (3)) Be Preserved That the Constitution of the State'' upon the municipalities, towns districts pwers. functions duties COD- .
/' tlepiesentatives to each of or other taxing areas within County Tax Assessor designated ,
the five
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-. of and same Is hereby
' 1'..' *mcsc populous counties. and two t2) ; lgae gthih said Counties for their services in in paragraph 1 this-Section
;. OF FLORIDA a collections of 11. and shall 1
Representatives to each of the neXt making assessments and lkewise. provide by law ,4 ,
1" That the following amendment to the to. and as amended is 'agreed to. and
f :eighteen more'POpulous counties and ad valorem or acreage taxes or other for the / the assessment fl
of submltte'd the electors of
Constitution the shall be to
1' '-tne (1) Representative to each ol the State of Florida duties Imposed. or to be Imposed here- rol.of the County Tax Assessor of / '
Section 12 of the Declaration of Rightsof the State of Florida for adoption or '
5maining under of the State "'levied '
, The taxes the County
counties ol the State at Legislature bv State. ,/ ,
at' general electionto
said Constitution be and rejection the next
: .be time of the sameis Florida provide for County School Board Districts
-.. such apportionment may. by law pay- /'
hereby agreed to. and the shall be held in the year 1944. to-wit:
tShould the Legislature fall to appor- same ments to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities / '..
I. t"5lon the representation in the ,Senate I be submitted to the qualified elect- ARTICLE XX Counties In an amount not to exceed I'
,':, -'-nd in the House ol Representatives. ors of the State'' of Florida for ratification Section. That on and after mid one"per cent of collections made and Section 12' 1. Prom and after Januf

.-U any regular session 'of the Leglsfiature or Election.rejection at the next ensuing night. December 31st. 1944. the County paid by the Collector to each taxing ary 1. 1946. The County Tax Collector J
, .'' at any'of the times herein des- Section 12 of the Declaration that is to of-sav that Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade authority to cover all costs of collection In the County of Hlllsborough. State of J,' .:

,.;S : ., -- --Agnated.: it shall be the duty 01 the the Constitution of the State Rightsof of and Orange. State ,of Florida. shall and assessment incurred bv the Florida, shall collect all.taxes levied 'in j '.
Legislature or ;Legislatures the of respective Counties the County by the State. County.County .
.! .. succeeding Florida. be amended so as to read as i each become and be assessors I '
' '' aucn regular session ol the Legislature. fOllows all property in their respective Section 5. That on and after the School, Board. School DistrIct I

', ,' hither In Special or Regvlar session. tI) "Section 12. No person shall be sub- I Counties. and they shall 'after that expiration of the term.of the CountyTax Special Tax School Districts Mu-
; j. apportion the representation In the' ject to be twice jut in Jeopardy for date make all !assessments ol ad Collectors of 'the Counties of Dade nicipalities F
r.' '. : Senate and in the House 01 Repre the same offense nor valorem and acreage taxes and other and Orange State of Florida for 2. The Legislature shall at the Lep-j
compelled in anv
'' sentatives, as nereln provided. The: criminal case to be 'witness against I taxes that are or may be Imposed 'upon .which said Collectors have been elect-' Islatlve Session of 1945. and 'from tin

L '. i Estate:-preceding regular Federal or regular himself. nor be' deprived ol life liberty reai or personal property or their use. ed as of the date of January 1st; 1945.' to time thereafter enact laws specify
: ", Census. whichever shall have or property without due processof including bv wav ofa' single valuation the duties imposed upon the County ing the powers functions duties an '
', Seen taken nearest any apportionment law: nor shall private be all assessments upon property for each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collect''
.. I *f Representatives in the Senate and; taken without rust compensation propertv The municipality: town distriCt. or otberspecial and Orange by law and this, Article designated In paragraph 1 of this Sef<

va. the. House ot Representatives shall] right of persons to work shall not be taxing dIstrict. in Dade and' shal be assumed and taken over by tipn 12. and ,shall likewise provide If
.- -ontrol in making such apportion: denied or abridged on mem Orange Counties Such ad valorem respective Clerks of the' Circuit the collection care custodY. report
account of
:- ',ment In the event the Legislature bership or non-membership in any assessments shall be ,subJec to review Court In and for. Dade and Orange and disbursement of all taxes collec ..
.: Shail fall to reapportion the representa-: labor, union. or abor organization and equalization ov the County Board' Counties. who shall then each takeOver bv the Countv Tax Collector I ]", :
Uon In the Legislature ae reQuired by provided. that this clause shall not be pf Equalization ot each County which the books funds. and accounts Filed in office Secretary ot Ste- ,

x- :Jils amendment before its adjourn construed to deny or abridge: the rlchtof : in each Countv shall consist of the several of the Collector for each Countv and June 14. 1943 I. ,',

: ,: :- ment (and such extraordlnarv session emplovees by and through ,a labor CoUntv Commissioners and pne! who thereafter shal be know and The votes cast in compliance with pid '
called for
fto reapportionment shall not:' organization:] or labor union to bargain: member appointed from and bv each' termed as both the Circuit proposed amendment. and the can 5 .'
,y.: --Selimited to expire -at the end of collectively with their emplover" municipality or town in each County Court" and "Tax Collector" of th"--f, "hoi be '
-twenty: days or at all untl reap Filed in office Secretary of State having a population of more than L the respective County for which he subjected. to the same re" "ti'm" a/are/ ..

,,' ., 'i': ..-slder portlonment: is effected and shall con. Mav 8. 1943A 3.000 at the I last census: said Board I Is Clerk. provided by law for general elcctio ,m :

,': ., -eaoportionment no business* other than such of Equalization shall otherwise be governed Section 8. On and after the expiration the State of Florida. fIN
\ by the general law from timeto of the'terms >; the CountySolicitors TESTIMONY wntEOF.I .
,.' Should this amendment oe ratlflec"in :i JOINt RESOLUTION Proposing an time in force oerialnlnR to the of Dade and Orange Counties. have hereunto !
the General Election in 1944 special Amendment to Section 24 of ArticleIII '. eciuallzat.cn ol taxes; provided. every Florida. for which they shall :be each hand and .affixed th'/Great .
telectlons shall be called within ninety] ol the Constitution of the State municipality in each Countv havma n serving at the time this Article is, 'SEAL) Seal of the State of florida, Sat

I.J =SUITS thereafter for the election ol Seaatorg -. of rioricla Relating to Uniform County population of 3.000 or less mav ap adopted. the State Attorneys of Dade Talaass. the Capital,
: ; in the Thirty-ninth (39th])]. and Municipal I Government and the' I point an additional member who shall I and Orange Counties respectively. shall this day July.
t -Fortla-h= (40th and Fortv-flrsf i41st) Classification of Cities and Towns be or become a part of the Board of be and become the Prosecuting Officers A.I]ID 4 3d, o

', Zs'5cacraI Dfetrc In such specialthe BE IT RESOLVED .BY THE LEGIS- Equalization: for the purpose of equalization of all the Criminal Courts of it: A GR4.YSecretary. (
: -4ecttons =;p"flor in the ;'bIrr,'- LATURE OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA of taxes is resnecte! any Drop- Dade and Oran Counties respective- '':,. ol Stat.


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;MRS. G. B. THOMAS IS W. A. Lewis, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, I Mrs. Arch ,Hodges, Mrs. E. M. Corvette I

' HOSTESS AT BRIDGEMrs. Mrs. V. A. Reames, Mrs. Daisy and Mrs. Jack Himrod.
'z "I. Yoder and Mrs. Mooney. I

; G. B. Thomas was hostess to -- JUNIOR GIRLS AUXILIARY

her bridge club Wednesday aft- CADET CLUB DANCE .., MET WITH :MARGARET HIMROD
PERSONAL ernoon at her home. ---- ,

Mrs. R. C. Wilson held high score The Cadet Club held a dance and The Junior Girl's Auxiliary held i I II

I ''.., sandwich party on Wednesday evening with avery
and received a crystal its weekly meeting Wednesday at I

I plate, :Mrs.: D. G. Alston received the ; good attendance and apparent I the home of Margaret Himrod. i
'""" good time by those in attendance.
.. cut prize, a box of soap. Congealed
I The meeting with
fruit salad, saltines and coffee w reserved Another dance will be held next was opened a

Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw was in West Mrs. Lou Place' of Miami is visit by the hostess to: Mrs J. W. Wednesday night.OFFICERS. song service, the girls selecting

Palm Beach on business Tuesday. ing in Clewiston this week com- Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. H. ---- I hymns about light. Twelve differ

i-: ing up to assist at the birthday Lanier, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs. Carl ON LEAVER ent Scriptures were read which are

t:. Mrs Wm. E. Bolton and daughter, party for her neice, Billie Sue Johnson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, substi- Ito! be memorized by each girl before
in West Palm Beach Crone tuting for Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. R. Hooks and Wilbur Goff, j '
she becomes
Nancy, were a Princess in the "For-
; \.... i Wilson and Mrs. Alston.SPAGHETTI both Chief Petty Officers in the I
k: Wednesday afternoon. j ward Steps." Barbara Moore
Rev. and Mrs. David C. Hancockleft Navy Sea-Bees, arrived home Saturday t, led

Mrs. E. L. -Stewart, Mrs. R. C. Monday for Daytona Beach to DINNER morning for a month's leave the prayer. -
: (
f:- :' Wilson and Mrs. R. M. Bishop were : attend the State Presbyterian Syno- after two years in the South Pa- The program, "We've a Story to

:kt', : visitors inVest Palm Beach Thursday | dical which was held there Tuesdayand Mrs R. J. Lee entertained with a cific. They have both been attached Tell the Nations' with four girls

,.,f.:';., '. : Wednesday.Miss spaghetti dinner at her home Thursday to the same unit and their last I participating was in charge of

j i ifh' I night. Guests were her brother location has been Green Island, a ( Christine Dunaway, program chair- '

;:-' \ Mrs. M. H. Walsh of Clewiston Ifd | Florence Graham has as her Sgt. Leroy Hare, her sister, Sgt. tiny dot in the South Pacific. The man.

,', :, returned' on Monday of last week i(Ii guests this week her mother, Evelyn Hare, Miss Betty Kay French, return trip was made by boat taking \ 11rs.V.. A.' Montgomery, coun-

,': from a three w eks'"'vacation. J. J. Graham of Jacksonville, 1\lrs'l Mrs. Maude Hare and Capt. and them seventeen days to San selor, presented Shirley Benbow

i her sister, Mrs W. M. Mrs Wm. Perry of Miami Capt. Francisco I with a green arm-band for having

Fred C. Sikes has returned from Pahokee. Perry has just returned from two i I met the requirements of maiden in I

i> :\ business trips to Washington and years service overseas. ALTAR GUILD MEETS ["Forward Steps." The meeting
Pfc. Bill Davis, USMC, Camp Le- '
y' Miami closed with sentence prayers.
Jeuue, N. C.,, is expected this week- BILLIE SUE CHOW HAS
r'7 h:; --'- The Altar Guild ,of St. Martin's Following a social hour of out-
': I' have end to spend two weeks furlough PARTY ON FOURTH BIRTHDAY .' '
Mr. and Mrs. Grover .Reed door
ji: Episcopal Church had its monthlymeeting games Jack Himrod served
.5':':: moved from the barracks to a housein : with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. at the'home of Mrs. F. i home-made ice cream and cookiesto
A. Davis. Mrs Billie Crow was hostess I
r-' .- Sugarland Park. I Dgane Duff Thursday evening. Sue Cornette. Nadine Andrews.
',- yesterday afternoon at her home to I
Mary Edith Sutton, Joyce Tanner,
h;;.:: Mrs. Wm. E. Bolton, Mrs. J.V.. Mr. and :Mrs Doc Foss and ,son, a large group of children, the occasion RUTH CLASS MEETS WITH, !j Helen Espenlaub Barbara Moore,
Jackie of Moore Haven,, visited being the fourth birthday of
Ezelle'and Mrs. Otto Larsen were.
7--: MRS. liltOADKICK FRIDAY Margaret Himrod, Elnora Tanner,
:, business visitors in West Palm Beach I Tuesday with Bob Hlavaty who has her daughter, Billie Sue.A -- I Christine Dunaway Shirley Benbow
+ been a patient at the Clewiston Hos color scheme of pink and white ass
: Tuesday. -- The Ruth C of the Baptist and Mrs Montgomery.
s' ".') I pital.! He was released Wednesday was carried out in decorations and 1
t Church met at the home of Mrs. W.
g" A. R. Broadfoot, of the district I refreshments and Hallowe'en favors R. Broadrick in Sngarland Park Fri- I
office in Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. Melrose have come were given each child. Birthdaycake' i I
:: U. S. Engineer day night for the regular monthly FOR SALE Pre-war
f"J":A has been in Clewiston this i j to Clewiston to make their home. and ice cream were served. business and social meeting. "
Melrose is the The following children were pres- baby See Mrs.
I, $ week on business.. Mr. employed by buggy.
} New officers were elected for the 'I
I" ; I U. S. S. C. They formerly lived in ent: Bonnie Faye Durrence, Mary
Catherine and Fran- coming year as follows: Mrs. Fred O. W. Cook
If ,. Mrs. R. C. Granere, Sr., has resigned Glen St. Mary, Florida. Judy Becky Sugar Mill ;
her position at the Clewiston I cis, Christine Hutson, Martha Jean Topper, president; Mrs. Broadrick- ;.
t/-: vice-president Mrs. Leon Bembry, I Barracks.
I Nowling, Lovvorn Currie, Helen ;
Inn and has,; gone to Miami to re- Mr. and Mrs. Bert D. Beck: of
Fir' Mrs. Jack Himrod will
Prewitt, Donna Gayle Martin, Glenda secretary.
;, side. r Stuart were the guests of Mr. and be the teacher of the class for I ----
; __ Sue Etherton, Karl and_ Erik Lar- new

'. Hare returned I 11rs.V.. N. Martin and family week.')n sen, Lief Johnson, George' Hall, La- the coming year. '.....................&...................'...............................................................
S-Sgt. Evelyn Monday and Tuesday ,of. this .
mar McLendon, Lee Moorman, After' a short business session the FOR .
._ ::
;' Thursday to Fort Benning after ---- -- IX f

\/':', home spending here.a ten-day furlough at her j I! Lt. and Mrs Mason Hawthorne Stone"Hank", Janet Thompson and, Renee Ronnie and Wylie Hugh, class gave their shower teacher, the a occasion surprisahandkerchief I :|: TAXICABS ,:i_: .

visited and
| Donald Mr.
son, ,
Mathew, John'and Jerry Prewitt.LARSEN being her birthday, and also as a
--- 1 Mrs. John D. Rogers for a few days remembrance Ik:: DAY AND KITE SERVICE :%;:
for her faithful work
:: Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Dacey expect last week, returning to Miami Sun- a j i :I:
TWINS CELEBRATE4TH Tn the class. A beautiful birthday II :: PHONE 18 ;
to leave the first of the week to day. Lt. Hawthorne has recently v
"' make their future home in O'Brien, returned from service overseas. BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY cake was presented with the gifts. INIr:N:NiiNNIII:N:..:..:..:N:N:N:N N:..:N:N:N:N..N..1I
The remainder of the evening was
; Fla.
Karl and Erik Larsen, twin sons spent in relating humorous storiesof
Mrs. A. F. Rogers, who has spent the I
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richardson, of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, were past. 0
several months Mr. and Mrs.
;r': Mrs. G. V. Cook, Mrs. Wilson Doz- visiting hosts to a group of their little The hostess served refreshmentsof
G. M. FORDCivil
John Rogers left Friday for Fort
ier and Mrs. James Cheyne spent friends on Friday afternoon, the oc- hot rolls, chicken salad, cake and I
Pierce where she will visit a few
the day in Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. casion being their fourth birthday. lemonade to: Mrs. Leon Bembry, Engineer and Surveyor
i..,: days before returning to her home
I After playing numerous games the Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery Mrs: R. Specializing 'In Everglades
in Atlanta '
I )" John. Hawkins was called to : ? little guests were given_ colored pa- L. Marshall, Mrs. H. C. Meador,

MayoFlorida./It. early this week--on I ,...- _. ........,.-. ....,-r-p ;","' .. ,. ., '. per party hats';asr favors and Mrs. Mrs. L. L. Tanner; Mrs.'Fired Top- SurveysPhone _, '

account ,of' tlie very "seiious illness I :Mr.: and Mrs.i' Frank O'Hara's Larsen served ice cream, birthday per, Mrs. Floyd Andrews, Mrs. 66 Clewiston, Fla.

;:: of her mother. baby daughter, Patricia. Ann, was cake and fruit juice to: Nancy and Pauline Hand, Mrs. G.F.. Serson, \

1;. christened at the St. Margaret Cynthia Bolton, ,Bonnie Fay Dur- ---- -J
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i; Pfc. 'J. D. Stacey, formerly with Catholic Church Sunday morning. rence, Glenda Sue Etherton, Christine -

the U. S. Sugar Corporation, is Mr.. and Mrs. Neal j. Dwyer attend- Hutson, Martha Jean Nowling,

spending a ten-day furlough at 1 ed as godparents. Helen Prewitt, Mary Katherine,

home. He has just completed his I Judy and Becky Francis, Billie Sue Shop At Sears and Save

basic infantry training at Camp Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers left Crowe, Margery, Warren and "Bust-

Craft, S. Car., and expects to be I Thursday for a two-weeks' visit in er" Brown, Lamarr McLendon, Jennings THE FAMILY STORE

stationed next at Ft. Leonard Wood, New Jersey and in New York City. Ezelle, Lief, Johnson, Allan

I-, Missouri.fcr They plan to visit Mrs. Rogers' sis- Lingham, Jeffrey Nash,* Matthew,

J' I ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John and Jerry Prewitt. at

,'n Win. Seeley in Verona, New York. ------'.
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I Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, and daughter, MEETING MONDAY NIGHT ONs
? 1ADE
Helen Miss Laura Ann Owens and ' CAN BQ

Emmett Dugger spent the weekendin The Mother's''Club of the Community a r t

Miami with T-O and Mis. Pat Church,'held its, monthly
M(""" ehoe. Mis. McGehee returned 'iirincss meeting at the Community

to C'C I\"iston with them. I Center Monday evening.

D1ILYl1ATINEE-:41'. M. I Plans were made to entertain thl'r

NIGHT-7 & 9 P. M. Mrs W. H. Lanier. :Mrs.: Charle'j r fathers at a Christmas dinner, and

SAT. & SUN. CONTINUOUS I Lm vcrn, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. W. volunteers were asked to make

I 3-5-7-0 P. M. E. Eoltoii Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle and candy for the Girl. Scouts.: The fol- .a., Hq
; Mr" Eddye Currie were among those lowing volunteered for this work: Y

shopping in West Palm v Beach Mrs. Ed lIcGowinlrs.. C. L. Me,
OCT. 15 Tuesday.Cpl. Lendon, Mrs. A. D. Richardson and

Mrs. Curtis Thompson. Club members -
SUX. & MON., OCT. & 1G
James R.' Holland of Camp were urged to take flowers and -.......,

Cahffee Ark., spent the week-end I magazines to the local hospital.The t
"Mr. Skiffington" j
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. meeting closed with a prO-

Bettc Davis and Claud Rains L P. Holland at the conclusion ofa gram entitled "Easy Does It" from a

ALSO CARTOON seventeen-day furlough most of Parents Magazine; by Mrs. G. II TT '

&.- which was spent with his wife and Brown. Mrs. A. Richardson: gave, .

i ,/' TUES. & '''ED.., OCT. 17 & 18 baby Waverly, Ill the devotional.The c .
. '\ hostesses, Mis. L. L. Weetmanand .

ttcdy. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W.: 0. Cook, of the Mrs. M. R. Stroud, served 'refreshments The Purchase OfTHE .,
pl r / Sugar Mill Barracks, took their of cookies and cokes to

/ daughter, Alana, to the Good Sa- Mrs, G. H. Brown, Mrs. E. J. Cas-

J with maritan Hospital, West Palm per, Mrs. J.V.. Durden, Mrs. Foy
$ Beach, Sunday. Alana is ill with Durrence, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs C. BOWL

pneumonia, but is progressing nice- E. Gericke, Mrs. D. C. Hancock, Mrs

And "MARCH OF TIME1 ly. H. B. Magill, Mrs. Ed McGowan, jr., '

Mis. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Curtis, .:>SODA SHOP -',.
THURS. & Vlll., OCT. 19 & 20
NEW ARRIVALSThe Mrs. W. D. Wylie, Mrs. S. K. Swayneand
': :' .'
Christian. .J
M-G-M present -" Mrs Dorothy
I following recent births are I -'

I : r REER GARSON announced at the Clewiston Hospital : WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION MET ",'* By'Mr.


I A daughter, Laura Lucille, was :
: born September 22 to Mr. and Mrs. The Woman's Association of the {
and Mrs. E. C. Mills
'. Wm. T. Lee of South Bay. Clewiston Community Church met at .
A daughter, Fairy Lee, was born the church Thursday afternoon. Mrs '

illSO oOll-Lat.er-t, News September 22 to :Mr.! and Mrs. Earl J. E. Beardsley had charge of the, ,. ':,
McDuffie of Lakeport. program. ,.::.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ; .

SATURDAY, OCT. 21 A daughter, Laura Sharon, was The National Relief Administration

I born to Mr. and Mrs. D. Curry on has asked the church to aid in ,;.i' .
DEATH AND TREACHHY ON DESERT DUNESI October clothing to sentto
5. securing warm be
A son, Elton Ray, weighing six Europe. Anyone who has articles We shall do our utmost to give the:very best

pounds, three ounces, was born October they would like to contribute may '

/ 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene D. ''leave them with Mrs. Frank .ConkISng service possible in view of present re, strictions,

RADIO u.nw Harn.A or at the church within the

,.. 1 +, ioHr+sr weuMUtualaANCr our son, Carl Henry, weighing eight next week or ten days. These and, invite you to, visit us. -

w werr sxsrmo pounds, fourteen ounces, was born clothes are particularly needed for "

October 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Sam cold weather. ., ,;.., .
< ;' AlsoChapter ****%**:**:*:'**:**:*****:*%****** :'':'':'':"* : :'':
Schneider.A The. hostess, Mrs. G. H. Brown,

X o. 15 son, Ralph Wallace, weight served refreshments to Mrs. j. E. -. '

"VALLEY OF VANISHING :MEN"a eight pounds, ten ounces, was born Beardsley, Mis. F. E. Colliding, Mrs. A cordial welcome extended to.all.fr' .

,'I .....,.., 1 October 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. H. Doty, Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs
.J ._... -., "U.A'IJJ'JB.: n_ Hadley of Lak por't. H. R. Hall Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs

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f v HOUSE OLt. i. "1\\ .-() "VEEN S D: IEPR.OUDLY' } The Experience Best of Finally EasternerAn Got

I _--? Easterner, with no ability {-
t... ? for judging distances in the high
altitudes and clear
j h ,
,- Rooms subject- to unusual dampness @.WH ITE 6t;..2p'o': yn'tW.NU..rEATU $ moved to a small city in the Rocky

k-.:- will dry rapidly if blocks of THE STORY THUS FAR: Lleut. Col. the air a safe place for Americans! ally red, plus a pair of white cotton Mountains. A friend invited him
y camphor ice are placed in the cory I Frank Kurtz, pilot of a Flying! Fortress, "And after all those months of shorts and nothing much else. They foot by telephone of the to drive over to the
hill for
::;y ners. ,tells of that fatal day when the Japs defeat, we were almost afraid to don't like clothes because of the a
: -.- struck,in the Philippines. Eight of his Remembering the scarcity of
believe it. But two days later the fire hazard-:cloth 'soaks up spurting
men were killed while fleeing for shel- gas, and not wanting to get, his
Before opening: a can of paint, ter, 'and Old 99, with many other Forts, Japs came back from Kupang witha gasoline, which will drop off naked car out for so short a drive, he
ri' turn it upside down for a short was demolished on the ground. After real force-thirty-three' bombers flesh. They won't wear ordinary set-out on foot the following
oj..' time and it Mill mix better when escaping to Australia, what is left of protected by eleven fighters. Againwe shoes. This started when one of ing. At 3 p. m. his friend morn found
) : opened. their squadron flies to Java, where they were ready. It, was a beautiful them had to bail out in the desert him, footsore and
-e- go on many missions over the Philip day, the sky, clear asa- bell, and back of Darwin and when his chute dejectedly beside weary, sitting
f-" pines and finally defend Java Itself. Java again Squeeze tore 'into the whole cracked open, the jerk flipped his a small streamnot
To clean radiators in the fails to the Japs and the U. S. fliers Jap V formation far at sea. He at- shoes off. He had to walk barefootfor' more than four feet across.
home, place a large damp cloth in evacuate to Australia: lo carr)', on the tacked in elements, and each time days over the Australian desert., here"What" are you doing sitting '\
back and over the radiator and war from there. They land on Broome wouldgo Now ? his friend asked.
he hit, another Mitsubishi they wear' tennis shoes or cow-
then blow the dust onto the damp field after, which but escape Is wrecked to Melbourne.by Japs Kurtz spinning down in smoke, or else boy boots, which won't flip off. This blank"I'm ferryboat waiting "for he a blankety-

cloth with your 'vacuum cleaner. becomes pilot of "The Swoose," the air would sag below the V :with engine costume includes a belt, to which is exploded.

force general's plane.CHAPTER. trouble, lagging so that the next attached a jungle kit on one side .
American element could pick him and a .45 on the other. The .45 wee -. '
? 5' off. We found Jap bombers are lightly they keep covered with cellophane
'lI/IuSflA XXI constructed, and can't soak up candy-bar wrappers so it won't rust. M@10LINJAIR

!" rot MIIOR cm tit railS OF much .punishment from our heavy "When
General Brett put Buzz in TONIC 25'
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO "The old 19th Bombardment .50-caliber guns-can't take the charge'of the MoresbyTownsvillefighters

Group was back in business now in pounding our Forts can. Meanwhilethe he didn't issue an order
North Australia, and beginning in second American flight was tak- for Buzz to stay on the ground at k
April of that year we were pound- ing care of the eleven escorting his desk in Pursuit Interceptor Com- SNAPPY FACTSABOUT
in New Zeros. The boys had paired off mand at Townsville
ing the Jap base at Rabaul Headquarters ,
Britain several times a week. but in a nice way he unofficially requested -

"Meanwhile the Philippines were :'. it. ",* RUBBER

tottering. Bataan had fallen; Cor- "But Buzz was itching at the pa-

'1 Large. Bottle().KU ..-I"l-!! Small Size 60c regidor,seemed about to go; and we per work. He was a fighter, not a 0
Y c- *C1ITIOX. USE OUT AS IIBECUD were working feverishly to rescue desk man. And at Moresby he had If,,'
5-r' M III tOOD DBDC JNm ir II Kill n tettipl il(rice desperately needed Air Force per (": new youngsters just in from the
sonnel from Del Monte Field on Min- : States. Their morale was low.

danao. Al Mueller, who was now h They'd been having an awful, time Rationing of tires and gashes
flying a transport, told me of his last -'. with the weather, and also the Japs its headaches but government 1,
'ALL IN"?-FAGGED OUT? trip in. He said the place looked so 1 5- t had been coming in and shooting up it has agencies been responsible estimate that for p

shaky he was scared even, to be : the place, catching these kids in the cutting in half the annual
Do you feel ''all in" and ready to sleep looking that way now. It was a seventeen air and picking off too many. They scrapping of used cars.
work? Would like to
after day's
a you
and needed to show them howto
get rid of that tired feeling and Join'in hundred mile flight, someone
the fun--have abundant pep and vital there was a chance that there mightnot handle a P-39 Airacobra againstthe In 1941 the U. S. consumed some
ity? Maybe: your system lacks certain be enough gas left at Del Monte Zero-both planes have their 766,000 long tons of natural rub-
elements such as Iron, Iodine, Calcium ber, an all-time peak, but in 1944
and Vitamin B-1, the so-called "pcp"vitamin. ty get him back to Australia."He points. the country is expected to use only
VTTA-BERLES, the high-po got right over Del Monte "So one day when he's up 'inspect- 164,000 long tons. Added to that,
"V: tency ments treatment and providing combining 1500 USP all these units ele of Field. Things locked quiet en the ing' Moresby-he spent most of his of course, is an enormous tonnageof

vitamin B-1 daily, may be just what you ground, and he was circling, waiting time there-without any formality synthetic rubber.
need for a happier, healthier, romanticlife for the signal to come on in, Buzz steps into a P-39 and leads
if p4 Talking of tire conservation, city
especially you're over 40.-Try t';
which for some reason seemed delayed. ,_ them. They were all agog. They'veheard with and
VITA-BERLES today. Just $1.00 a box driving, "stop go" condi- ,
;ll.. : at your druggist or order direct from Circling, Al couldn't under of the Great Wagner, but they tions, causes seven times as much '
h VTTA-BERLES SALES CO. stand this until from Australia, sev- aren't sure the stories of what he'd wear on tires as 25-mile-per-hour
: 2175 Station U Cleveland, Ohio.King's enteen hundred miles away, crack- L. done in the Philippines mightn't bea driving in rural sections. Also mis- "

les a radio message telling him un- myth. alignment of wheels may cause 10 M
,, >
der circumstances to land. Cor- ftf.. times normal tire wear.
no "He led twelve of them out above
'V, regidor and Mindanao had surren- :; New Guinea over the Owen Stanley

i,_. dered to the Japanese while. he had range, on a mission in the directionof

'"/ been en route. .- the big Jap base at Lae, frum

\, : "There he was, eight hours from which they were returning over the
; home base and with only a few ocean when they ran into a Japa-

;,' ., 1 hours' gas left: But luckily he'd provided ; &$ nese trap.
>, Oh., AUroa ..;::;.-
MUNALSYSTEM- against this before he left.
: r >< "The had
: Heralds Japs a flight of..Zel'os
.1:1 Male
Quartet He'd told the Navy that if the Philip- circling a''spot which our boys must
FREE! Ko pines caved while he was in the air their homeward l Buzz
: r': tans jiwjst uuiui ifANUM ramo-ci crawl pass on leg.
WISE WAYS-WRJV1WCSC and he couldn't refuel at Mindanao, said it was partly his fault for not B.rG@@drlchBuy
-WATL-WRDW-WBML < he'd beach his plane on a little jun- ? having told his_ gang.of twelve to
WPDQ-WISP-WDBO gle island, and he showed it to themon refrain from combat on this home. J
N7: Newspaper Logs Show Other Stations the map so they could pick him, rtz. ward leg, because they needed all y
up if they could get through. their to get back while the
) Tj.1'Y:' C .:j. '"n" l j -
"Now he headed for this island /
Japs were freshly fueled from a
looked its beach over, and set her near-by base. '
It iL
down in the surf. The rocks in
a The sub surfaced to take him and "But when the two end men on
few: seconds made junk of his big his crew aboard. the flight saw the Japs, they peeledoff

; four-motored Liberator. and Buzz saw he'd have trouble

I "Then, according to Al, the days and were whirling over and over holding the rest, so he gave the War Savings Bonds-

; i seemed like years, although only in their squirrel cages, a Jap and signal over the phones to go on in.
S five of them passed before a sub- an American to each cage, while, Buzz said it was a lovely battle-

marine periscope popped up in the the first flight kept up the heavy the whole argument rolled thirty
'I : cove and carefully scanned the hori- cleaver work-chopping into that miles up the beach and then thirty

: zon for Jap planes before the craft bomber V from behind, or some- miles back again, like a big tumble- 18 B!

II surfaced to take him and his crew times going out ahead of it to turn weed on the prairie. Buzz shot ..,. I
aboard. and come in for a bust on its nose. down three Japs himself, and his "

,-[ ::: :. w.r'"" .'.,:;:: : J.i i<: "During March, the hot spot was They were forcing it lower-when wing men two-a total of five Japs OJ'II1eliCtl! '
L {( :t' ,: Yt tlJ.% :, Darwin, which the Aussies called they'd peel off and come in for a for the day. We gave three planesto

;": the Coventry of Australia becausethe pass, it was fun watching both mo- get them (one was forced down \ & .)1

[tr : Japanese had come over on Feb- tors light up. gasless), but we didn't lose a piloton :\'- !,

picture, ruary nineteenth and not only flat- "A good many Jap bombers got that flight.

k:] star of d'e Warner e.t.nde;'recomm ends etbII' tened its little town of four thousandbut over the target, but you couldn't "That did the business for those
"Strawberry tb powder totS" te on the airfield wiped out an call it a bomb run. Most of their green, scared kids. When they saw

Calox shine.Tool American fighter group en route to bombs went wild, as always hap- Buzz's gunsights trained on a Zero, "jSr It's a fact!The amount of nitrogen '
.' that TOoTH the Java war. pens in a disrupted attack, and watched his .50-caliber chewing it added to the soil by legume (
... CpLOX POWDER, "The American fighter group many others salvoed their bombs in up right in front of them, they real- cover crops can be boosted as much'
: :: perched on that field, which 'Slug- the desert so they could run away. ized it could be done, and, more important as 75 lbs. per acre by inoculatingthe
,.: ger' Pell was leading toward Java, But those which did get over Darwin they saw they had a leader seed with NITRAGIN that
had no warning until they heard the ran into Bofors ack-ack fire. -which was all they needed to put costs about 12j an acre.Tests show
SPECIAL USED CLOTHING BARGAIN sound of the Jap motors. Slugger The battery was operated by an old them back in business. well-inoculated legumes can add
to 125 Ibs.of
up nitrogen per acre,
,_' fu15-::::-1"- Dresses Satisfaction Guaranteed wanted to.save his planes if he Crete gang of Aussies-the toughest "That night, sitting with me under but uninoculated legumes fre-
.T,I"\'Jt' 3 Pair I could, so instead of diving for the hombres in the, business and the the mosquito-netting canopy we'd quently rob the soil of this valu-
,p)Th \\ ladies Shoes>All This For foxholes (the Japs were already American P-40's had pushed the Jap thrown over the wing of the Swoose, able plant food. '

uR mil! 2 Blouses ) $2.50 strafing) he tried desperately to get bombers so low that the ack-ack was the first time I saw Buzz really INOCULATE VETCH,CLOVERS,LUPINES,

"Write for FREE catalog of NEW and USED his boys off."Slugger could really rip into them. 'worried. Because when General WINTER PEAS WITH NITRAGIN

clothing Bargains. State Capitol Mail Order was shot down at 50 feet "Most of the first Jap bomber Brett found out about this, 'what Farmers say NITRAGIN is good, ".....
House,Dt'\1LL.\ 24 Rutgers St.New York 2,N.Y. while his landing gear was still retracting flight got over Darwin, but only part would he say? Buzz was worried cheap crop insurance. It makes -J'

and before he'd had timeto of the second, while the third jetti- that the General would not only request bigger, surer yields. Its selected,
FOR QULCK RELIEF drop his belly tank. He tried to soned its bombs and ran like hell for him to stay on the ground, tested strains of legume bacteriaare
bail out, but of course he was too Kupang. he'd make it an order in writing, produced In the most modern
laboratory of its kind. Get NI
and then the fun would be over.
low. "You see the estimated range ofa TRAGIN where you' buy seed.
A Soothing "Word now came through that a Zero using belly tanks is about "Buzz was twenty-six years old, Look for the yellow can.
s ANTISEPTIC S A LV E force of ten Jap bombers and three twelve hundred miles. It's five hUn- and he hadn't gone up just to hang

; Used by thousands with satisfactory fe fighters was on its way to Darwin.It dred and ten miles from Kupang to : three more on his record, but be-
{' Cults. for 40 yea.rs-sb: valuable ingredients. was what Squeeze had been waiting Darwin, and to go and return is a .I cause he really loved it. But he --'I.; oJ
;,, Spurlock Neal Carbon Co.,at Nashville drug stores, Tenn.or writo for. He hit them far out at thousand and twenty miles. That said in the future he thought rather t .a
sea. Squeeze has a clever tactical leaves a tiny safety margin that is than risk an order grounding him,
idea which I shouldn't describe in more than used up if the Zero has to he'd stay out of combat with Zeros Write for free beaU t |l*
: to beHe
detail. But as the Japs approachedtheir I do any fighting en "route. and confine his' activities to developing vetch,peat crow cloven, to "....

FE I. LINGIIR01 target our patrols pulled the "Also by first hitting the Japs far mast high bombing attacks tHE WTRAGJN CO., 39110 N.Booth St.,Milwaukee,WI$.
rest of the American fighter strengthoff out at sea, Squeeze forced them to' against transports. He thought his '
the ground. While one of our drop their belly tanks-they can't kids should all be trained to do it,
flights chased off the accompanyingZeros fight while carrying them-and be- and he'd done a lot himself. You QUINTUPLETS

the rest of the boys were gin using their precious wingtanki!I I come in low and horizontal in a pur-
picking off Jap bombers, which were gas long before they got to the tar- i suit, and just before you're on her always do this forCHESICOLDS

+ sliding out of formation and going I' you release your little wing bombso
pl:p-/oVVV- 1 fYt. ilud.i4. down trailing smoke. They all had get."All through the Australian war I that it slaps right against the !
to turn off before reaching the tar- our fighters must have knocked olf transport's side at the water line.
get, dump their bombs; in the sea, hundreds of Zeros which we've nev- Then quick you pull up out of the To Promptly Relieve CoughingSore -
When 'you're feeling low because and head back for their base at Ku- er claimed. We fight them until antiaircraft fire. Throat and Aching Muscles

your stomach is acting up, get backon pang on Timor Island-one of the their gas is almost gone, and when "We talked a lot that night. He Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold- ',4
the beam with soothing PEPTO- steppingstones to Java they'd taken they finally break away and start had a fast mind, and was doing a their chests,throats and backs are rubbed ,-

BISMOL.It helps bringprompt relief away from us. But Squeeze and for home, they slide quietly into lot of sound thinking both on tactics with Musterole Musterole.not Powerfully soothing relieves ,:I-:,,
from the distress of sour, sickish up- his gang followed them out to sea, the sea with dry tanks. I and about our fighters. He said in coughs,sore throat,aching promptly chest muscles:1
Bet mation stomach-acts and to retard gas for- and shot down every one of the ten "Those fighters at Darwin are a 1.3 way' he wanted to get back home duo to colds-but ALSO helps up ..;:t.
simple diarrhea. Tastes bombers. Our boys returned without I'd turned down congestion in upper bronchial tract,nose
while. a
good and does good. When your great gang of kids, and they've invented for a and throatjyonderf ui forgrawn-upstoof ",\"
stomach is upset, take soothing a man wounded or a plane their own service uniform, ticket home once, 'and he'd turned ';' :
PEPTO-BISMOL. scratched. which might not pass parade inspec- it down twice, but now he had & In3
A NORWICH PRODUCT 'You know,' said Squeeze. 'if we I tion back here. It consists of a reason for returning. Strengths! t [ ge

doa't look out, we're going to make long duck-billed hunter's cap, usu TO BE CONTINUED) -

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:- .. I r I ? AtU ME ? A quiz with
/ -.. i\T Versatile Collegiate NeedsBy ? answers offering ??

-'., 0K I i ANOThER II information on various subjects ?

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That's a Relief CHERIE NICHOLAS I MMMMMMhhMC.C% CW(u(t-w .,

; "Uncle Ferdinand has just died and __u._____ I The ,Questions ship the Flying Dutchman said to
i 1 left me all his money." \ be seen in stormy weather? ...:
I -T hanlc goodness! Now we"shan't have' I 1. What is.the average temperature 7. How many of the Great Lakes :
to name the. baby after him. bound the state
of the sea? of Michigan? _
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Up for Grabs 2. Who was the first woman The Answers .

Young Man-So Miss Nellie is governor of a state in the United

j your oldest sister? Who comes aft- States? 1. Below 39 degrees fahrenheit.- .;I
er her? 3. What is the highest mountainin 2. Mrs. Miriam A. Ferguson I
Little Brother-Nobody ain't the British Isles? (Texas 1925).

I J' '.-, come yet, but Pa, says the: first. 4. Which was the largest American 3. Ben Nevis (4,406 feet). i
: ;r' fellow. that comes" can have her. city when the constitution' was 4. New York (population in 1790, :

7i adopted? 49,401; then Philadelphia 28,522),
:' Said the well-fed hen to her
I own- 5. What
was first article to 5. Tires.
'l -- er: ""You're the'guy I'm laying be rationed after Pearl Harbor? 6. The Cape of Good Hope. 1

; for. 6. Off what cape. is the phantom 7. Four.

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I I',' QUICK RELIEF fOR Kite and a Cat Figure

I, F In Engineering Stunts NJi
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' oo;. : I; COLD frw x. Remember how the first suspension / ,
,/.rJ bridge was built below Niag- Cos

,: v ara Falls? A boy flew a kite
r JWhen across, then a rope was'tied to the I' i due to colds
string, and cables 'to the are eased, sticky phlegm loc nostrils arecloggednosefeelsraw rope irritated breathing
upper passages are
and pulled across. : soothed and relieved,by rubbing Vicks
t reach membranes for cooling swollen, a oai When engineers in Washingtonwere I I VapoRub on throat, chest and backat
Mentholatum.Speed y F'r faced with the problem of bedtime. Blessed relief as VapoRub

-' ilyit(1)Helpsthinout) stringing a cable through a 500- I PENETRATES to upper bronchial

t' thick((2)) Soothes,stubborn irritated mucus; foot, 24-inch winding drain pipe, II I tubes with its special medicinal vapors,

t' membranes;(3)) Helps >} .;: they hit uppn a similar STIMULATES chest and back sur
I.- reduce swollen pas -'' r tying a string to a cat's : faces like 0. warming poultice.
i; .2> sages; (4) Stimulates ( r' kf' sol':1tion'I'I Often by morning most of the mis-
local blood supply- N.r' x "energizing" its ery of the cold is gone! Rernember-
right to "sick" area.
through the pipe with a
Every breath brings relief ',, ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this SPe ,
Jars, tubes, 30*. compressed air. The string was I cial double action. It's time-tested,
; i k ya then tied to a rope and the ropeto I home-proved...best-known home

t cable to complete the opera- I remedy for a a f\* .**
., I ing relievV y f Q y =: -.aw.yr.r.. .,..,t--- tion. children's V A PO.R U Uw
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ra tiR vised clothes program is a standby
When dress. No matter how many dress-

HP HERE are many "must haves" I up gowns' one can ,afford to buy,
r are Crying'the Blues that are needed in every college you'll get most satisfaction out of

girl's wardrobe. The grand thing the gown that serves you well dayin
about modern clothes is that they and day out. It' has to be a gay

K t: ,- are designed ever so purposefully, little' flatterer too, as is the saucy
to meet the occasion be it this or sweater dress with tasseled cap to
( that.There's this matter of rain- match, shown to the left. In this {J't
I.I storms and damp foggy, days, for instance the 'sweater is brown with
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FACE TEe THE OLB\\ TON NEWS Io:::n.'\Y, OCTOBER is: 1944:

Minutes of October- Clewiston. seem a far piece from everyone of the propellers are under; 1 I and the ingenious way the port side I i future '

Green Island. I water. I suppose it's so the enemy of the ship is built just to the left.
My test regards
of the gowith this letter -
cannot see them. You win also be starboard. The ship's com- I
a promise that I'll
(Continued from Page 5) Mrs. A. H. King hands us a let- interested to know that the Vhip is pany was made up entirely of people, I "keeping on" until keep on l
the "Uncle"
District No. :4, Hendry County. ter from ,her son, Pfc. Owen Winn, so arranged mechanically as to ,'but my' only complaint is that the I I the Japs have received the says
Asa Townsend, County ,dated September 22, a week after move through the water with the Navy seems to be so very maleonthat "headskinning." proper
District No. 5, Hendry Coun- he had participated in the landingson forward end going first, and the ship, for example, the crew was | .t ..
ty.E. f Palau Islands. Said things were after part going afterwards. Some practically masculine. I Respectfully yours.
L. pretty rough there for a few days idea of the fine balance and design I wish to thank you for the many RAY.
Board Public Instruction DistrictNo. J after the landing but were beginning can be gained when you notice that copies of the "News" you have sent I --

2.W. Justice of the I to quiet down when he wrote. I, the upper decks are to be found me in the past, and for the many.
S. I Said they had been under: pretty above the water most of the time, copies I. am hoping to receive in the IIS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
No.1, County.
Peace, District i heavy fire but indications were that I I
S. Bell, Sr., Constable DistrictNo. - --------
I. they (the Japs) had taken more
.1, Hendry County.G. ,
punishment than his group of Marines -
M. Ford, County Surveyor, that he, personally, had been
Hendry County. "getting along okay and had few THE OLD JUDGE SAYS

Motion by Etherton seconded by I close calls. Some snipers were still \
Evers that the Board recess to Wed- active, in his area,. he said, operatingin 3? r' A '
nesday, October 18, for the purposeof I spider-web tunnels under the ,,,,,, __.
the registration books, i 3 1 1kk ".'-
revising ([ground and just fool around at night
apd to take up any other business I'I trying to draw fire.
that might come before the board.J. I "
"Guess I must be living right,
O. DAVIDSON, I I' says Owen, "not to get any scratches -

Chairman. I I out of this one. Guess most of
prayers have been answered., BM .
Clerk. J lour j

'. Cpl. James R. Holland, who is I L .( jI
r.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:.. ;stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark., M a1' ,I
I II I was here for the week-end with his
I parents Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Holland ,
WithOur The first of his seventeen-day fur- I ).
I lough he spent with his wife and baby -I l / cr LI f
in Waverly, IlL, leaving him little 1 I
time to visit in Clewiston but his \
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Boys parents were happy to have him, '
I II I even for: such a short time. He also .
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I saw and enjoyed talking with Sgt. '.
., in theSerY1Ce Leroy Hare while here and wished .j':1 I//I' : .
; 6nly that he could have seen more I : : ... I

of the boys in service while at home. r .. ..:{.\.,. ,,<_ ;f.it: .
He says "Hurrah for the Tigers" '. (

and to keep up their good work. I .J. .-t i.,,.:. !,:-.: .. .. .::I.... :fi.'.., '! :) \(.
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The following letter from Ray : : .: 'V.,. ?: i
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r', Sullivan from the South Pacific is ., ....'- ... .: "
; r.. -t(N:N:N NN:..:N:NNNN N: :N:..:N:NN:N:N,:N,,,:Nt : a very'clever one whether the forepart ': 'r. .. .f' r ; ,: :.."j"}I

y .is original with Ray or not. I I
', We have two of the boys back We got a good chuckle and believe .
(!>.'; with us this week and Dick Hooks :you will too: "The war sure has made a lot of changes in "Our rubber experts knew hew to make

;(, and Wilbur ,Goff are, without doubt, South Pacific, this old world of ours, hasn't it, Judge?" it but the problem was to get the huge
enjoying to the fullest this thirty- September 28, 1944. "Plenty of them, John. One that few amounts of industrial alcohol needed. Al'

.t..., day leave at home even though it The Clewiston News, people realize is that the rubber producing most overnight the country's beverage dissenter -
. does mean turning their backs for Clewiston, Florida. of the'world is now right here in the tillers stopped making whiskey and converted
the time being on the romance of Dear Editor: 'In-
' United States. 100% to the production of this
> the South Sea Isles. Or could
; we I am at last where I was going "When the Japs conquered the big natural gredient. A high government official said ,
': be wrong when I left where I was. I know rubber producing centers of the world they recently this was '...an almost unparalleled \
Anyway we're glad to have you you would like to know what ,the conversion of I
thought they had us licked. But in two example of the overnight an
back and are looking forward to along ship I came over on was like, so I "' ..
thanks to American entire industry from to war.
short years, : industry, peace I
k: talk or talks while you're here. 1 1h am going to tell you. First of all
we are now producing synthetic rubber "Come to think of it, Judge, it was a I
Dick Wilbur, both CPO's with the name, of the ship "U. S. S. -
and was the diatU- i
enough to supply all our military and mighty fortunate thing beverage .
": the Navy Sea-Bees, have been stationed Cape Esperance." It was quite a existence wasn't it?"
essential civilian needs. ling industry was ,
on Green Island for a good few feet long, but not so very wideor I
) many months. They had to come high. The roof was flat and
home the hard way, by slow steamer made a swell playground. I don't
.' which took seventeen days to know how the shipbuilders held their I 'This aJtertutmtnt sponsored by Conference of AUokalie Butrfft JWttXrfM,/-.i

i: ', make the trip to "Frisco" and made I breaths long enough to do it, but I .

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