The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01018
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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 20, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:01018
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H( TIGERS WIN OVER CANDIDATES, CHOSEN I New Purchased Shorthorn.By U.S.S.C.The Bull, Is. Little Damage Done By !


United States Sugar Corporation Tropical Storm Here '

this week received one, of the

SCORE OF 33 TO 7 SCHOOUARNIVAL, finest polled shorthorn bulls in the 0 1 1I
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country which, was purchased from : ,i

-- Royal"H. Ranck of Urbana, Ind., and I Broadrick's Brother 1 Wind Reaches Maximum :,,1

The Clewiston Tigers had their I The Carnival king! and queen to bred by E. C. Shaffer and Son of .of 68 Miles In ;
from school ;
: j I be selected Bourbon, Ind. Its Killed In France
claws well sharpened for their encounter
a students and crowned at the Hallo
I 'is Friday night with their I we'en Carnival will be- chosen from The bull is known as Lind Aristo- Gusts Here "'j'{

arch-rivals; the Moore Haven Terriers the following candidates named this crat and is out of Jenny Lind R. by I W. R. Broadrick received the sad

and when the fur stopped fly i Belleview Renown polled ,His siro): news last Saturday that his broth:
week by the various 'grades: The hurricane which out of
ing the score board showed the'Tig- I was Lynnwood Advocate, a polled er, Pvt. Earl Broadrick, had been swept

I' ers on the top side of a 33 to 7 First grade: Betty Ann Sellers and I bull by Browndale Referee, a polled killed in action' in France. The the Caribbean early Wednesday

Johnny Cothern; Second grade Ann 8th his mother Mrs. morning striking Havana with ter-
score. bull out of Beuty a polled news came through ,

,: not Driggers and Bobby Giddens; Third cow by King Collyne, Jr. The dame A. C. Bassett of Charleston, S. Car., rific force and then heading for the
The outcome of the
t': game was the grade, Linda Lee and Bobby Rol- is a full sister of Collyne Type 3rd. so the date that he was killed was Florida peninsula stayed far enoughout

F t long in doubt after the start of and; Fourth grade overflow, Patsy This fine pure-bred bull will re not learned. in* the Gulf as it crept up the

fray for the Tigers were 'playing Casper and Claude McLeod; 'Fourth which been in action lower Florida coast that only strong
f:. place the bull was purchased Pvt. Broadrick had
the snappiest football they have play- Sue Cornette and John De-: I(I gale winds were experienced over
,' grade }
in 'this and with other pure-bred stock a few but a little over five months, having
ed any game season Mc- the interior of South Florida.
Valcourt; Fifth grade, Sally months ago and died only a week or Volunteered fin the infantry the lat I
while the Terriers fought hard to
Sixth The storm headed inland little
Carthy and Jimmy 'Westberry a
; arrival here His
two after of causes un ter part of April. training was
I stave off the marches of the, Tiger grade, Carol ,Alson and Melvin known. at Fort McClellan, Ala., and he was';! south of Tampa and spread a path

: backfield they were helpless against Keen; Seventh grade, Peggy Powell shipped overseas shortly after his'! of destruction through central FlorIda -
the fine blocking and vicious tack- ,'!, Jacksonville'where
to it headed
and Lionel Beatty; Eighth grade,
basic training was completed. He 4
ling of the Tiger line. 11arLee Brinkley and Richard Mc- } into the Atlantic.
was 26 years of age. I ,
.l" Marty Waldron's fine runningwas Leod. P.-T. A. HEARS TALK Survivors include his widow and:' Clewiston property 'owners took
the sensation of and
the game The high ,school king and queen i reasonable precautions against strong
children Miami
of his
besides two 5 and 3 |
off after
reeling Moore gain gain will be crowned at the dance fol- BY JUDGE DONNELL mother, Mrs. Bassett of Charleston; | winds when it appeared that the
through Haven line
was lowing, the carnival ,and will be selected I four sisters, Mrs. Lee Shinlever and I path of the storm might be throughthis
\; the ball carrier each
of the five times
; from the following candi- area but escaped with very light
I Mrs. Dan DeWitt of Tanipa Mrs.
it crossed the Moore Haven goal lino. .
dates: ON TUESDAY NIGHTThe Franklin Robertson of Walterboro. damage. Many trees were uprooted
:' The first
in the
score came early
Ninth Caliie Davis and I shrubbery wa-s torn and twisted
first quarter after 'a series of well- grade, S. C., and Mrs. A. R. Silveria of and

executed end and Wilcox added Russ Owens; Tenth grade, Harriett Charleston, S. C.; and five brothers, some composition roofs were
runs -
!j, the extra point with a place-kick Alston and.Junior Martinez; Eleventh Parent's Teachers' .Association W. R.: of Clewiston, Paul, Whitzel I damaged of serious but there has been no report

h squarely between the uprights. grade, Carolyn Bryant and Martin had its regular monthly meet- and Cliff of Charleston and Walterof any property damage.
Contractors at the starch plant said
iI i, Again in the second quarter, Wal- Waldron; Twelfth grade Margaret ing on Tuesday evening at 8:15 at Tampa. I that
some concrete forms dam-
', Williams and Sherwood Hall. the high school. The attendance were
dron I
r: carried over but this time the I aged but not
Votes are one cent each and each ROSE'ORDERS
I' kick went wide and the score at the was very good considering inclement
; half stood 13-0. vote applies toward the election of weather. The president, Mrs. !,I The U. S. Engineers maintained

'I' both the king and queen as bracketed A. O. Ward, opened the meeting The Clewiston Garden, Club's rose !i their usual alert during tiie critical
'. The Tigers came back for the
I :' second half together. Each room is supporting with a ,business session. Mrs. R. M.'I I orders will be taken on Tuesday,j1 I period? Wednesday night with men
in better
apparently its own candidates. In the high Hare, Jr., gave a report on the progress October 24.: These roses are avaIl-, stationed at each of the control
shape than for the first half and it
I ,: school each ticket: purchased for the of the plans for tle Hallowe'en able to anyone in Clewiston, but all rooms of the hurricane gates and
vas evident that the Moore Haven
dance entitles the purchaser to votes Carnival and dance to be held on orders will be cash. Plants are II locks about the lake, keeping con-
team was beginning to tire. Two
,y i ,for the candidates of his choice to Saturday, October 28. The carnival twenty-eight and forty-eight cents stant communication with the Clew-

\ t', touchdowns were. pushed across in the value of the ticket. will be held on' the school grounds:: each. These prices includfc express I iston sub-office by short-wave radio
period and both points were Costumes have been obtained in starting at six o'clock. There will Orders will be taken at the home off telephone., The highest wind vel"-

made good by Wilcox before Moore Miami and arrangements will prob- ibe a fish supper served at 50c a Mrs. F. Deane Duff, on the Ridge I, city recorded here was 66 miles per

Haven began to move on its lone ably be made for a full retinue for i I plate. There will also be hot dogs, from 9:30 to 11:30 a. m., and from hour and that in gusts' with a sustained -

I touchdown march. Mittie Adkins, the royal couple at the coronation.The i!I hamburgers, pie, cake' and a candy 2:00: until 5:30 p. m. velocity of about forty miles an

big half-back of the Terriers, did a high school king and queen will booth. The dance will be held at .---- hour during the height of the gale,

fine job ball-carrying to place the lead the grand march at the dance. the Sugarland Park Recreation Hall Martin between two and four a. m. Thursday
ball in Now Sole Owner
scoring position just as the morning'. The highest recorded -
starting at ten o'clock. Admissionwill

:, plays quarter] in ended the final and in a couple of Vaughn and Wright be $1.65 per couple; $1.10 for I Clewiston Dry GoodsttiiivJ'manager 'velocity at any lake station was

quarter pushed it ; i service at Okeechobee where gusts of 74

.. over the line. Adkins passed to.Skinner..fox.the Motor Parts men. I miles
; L were registered on the ane-

:-t, .---: :\.- ';extrapointy'jt'vas '.--" -, -., -f_ .. ,1 -,,r-f";., ;:;Two: : delegates from the local 0:WJn : :,..of? ,.,the 'irtr>7T>j>ft>r-:_'t..i'ilOC., ,,L9t., ":'.ed ;.'p1n..ih_ .... "
'TwiUi be deTailed i Vo attend -- 'r : -'- .-- "
,)-' an intercepted pass which set up the 1 Store From ThompsonB. the state convention to be held at Clewiston B-ryJtwSuds':Company for]I, at' the height of' about "->fifty miles.
I final Tiger score in this period and Sarasota the ''past seven 'years and part ownerfor The lowest barometer reading was rot
November 1 -15.
t' they were again knocking at the L. Thompson this week an- almost five years, this ,week con- Okeechobee with 29.26 inches and
Mrs. Ward called
of all
Terrier goal line when the final nounces the sale of the Thompson a meeting cluded a deal for the purchase of Clewiston had 29.34. There was a
mothers'for 4:30 after- '
room Friday
whistle sounded. Motor Parts to Vaughn and the remaining stock, from the .estate wind tide of about four feet at
at the
Statistics showed that Clewiston Wright, large auto parts dealers of The association Community of the late H, J. Greene of Stuart, Okeechobee and a 'loss of some three
was privileged to
,, made fourteen first downs to ten for West Palm Beach. The deal was have as guest- speaker making: him the sole owner of the feet here during the latter part of
Judge J. B.
Moore Haven. The Terriers at- concluded last 'week and the naw store. It will continue to operate the storm.
Donnell West
of Palm Beach, :
tempted five and completed' three owners have, now taken over. whose subject was "Citizenship." In under the name of the Clewiston The: sugar cane crop around the

passes while Clewiston attempted This does not mean, however, that Donnell Dry Goods Company and will be incorporated -
part, Judge said, "Citizen (Continued on Page 4)
twelve and completed four. The ,Mr. and Mrs. _Thompson, will leave : .
ship is serious part of
a our activity -
Terriers were penalized a total of i Clewiston, he having agreed to remain Mr. Martin came to Clewiston on

.4 thirty yards while the Tigers lost here as manager for the now ship with in regard our :fellow.,to our men daily and relation-should November 8. 1937, as manager of Cpl. Patterson Recently

only five. Clewiston owners indefinitely. the store and became a partner of
yards rushing to 130 for Moore Haven 333- Mr. and Mrs. Thompson moved to not be taken lightly. Our govern- Mr. Greene in 1940. Mr. Greene's Promoted, To Sergeant15th x
ment is a necessary and great part (,
and a total of 75 passing to 35 lewiston on August 1519'40, of death several months ago found his
lives. In olden the
for the Terriers starting their auto parts businessin our days i widow anxious to dispose of his interest AAF in Italy-Cpl. Richard

The Tigers meet the powerful the building they had constructed the citizens to"wn were and men had who special helped privileges.We govern. in the chain of dry good M,. Patterson, son of Mr. and. Mrs.

Dania team on their home field to- on Francisco Street. Since that should stores and Mr. Martin immediatelymade I R. Y. Patterson, Clewiston, Fla., who
night. time the business has constantly ex- today pay more plans for the purchase of that 'has been overseas since :March witha
... local
our government-the one
'- panded and the Thompsons have interest in the store here. heavy bombardment unit of the
live with-and
built up a great deal of good will for we take the respon-" Mr. Martin states that there will Fifteenth Air Force, has been pro-

':, BABIES BORXOctober their business. Mr. Thompson had sibility of being good citizens'; probably be no change in' the gen- moted to the grade of Sergeant. "
Mrs. M. R. Stroud closed
.. previously been in the same busi- the pro- eral ,policy of operation of the store. Sergeant Patterson was a student ;
16th gram with a piano selection, Deethoven's -
: girl
Carolyn Ann ness at Fort Myers ,for about two at the University of Florida until he,
born to Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Prid- "Moonlight Sonata.
years. Martin Succeeds Carl entered the Army in June 1943. He
gen of Lakeport Refreshments of hot chocolate and
1' (8 lbs.
10 oz) ; is with a wing headquarters which, i
\ Girl:' Laura Lucille, 9 Ibs. 2 oz., Mrs. Mills ResignsAs cookies were served. Johnson As TrusteeThe has been directing aerial attacks

to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pelham (Oc-
against vital
Nazi targets across
tober 16th). Ration ClerkMrs.
NEW PASTOR county school board announced southern Europe. He is authorizedto

Girl: Nancy Linda, 9 lbs 4 oz., to this week that, W. N. Martin had wear the AfricaEuropeMiddleEast

Mr. and Mrs.\ Neal Richards, (October E. C. Mills tendered her ':<"" '."'< been appointed to succeed Carl E. campaign ribbon with one bat-

17th). resignation as chief clerk at the office .... Johnson as a school trustee for the tle star, for the Italian campaign.
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: of the War Price and Rationing Clewiston district. :Mr. Johnson hav-

board last week to assume her new ing resigned this. position several

duties as manager of the Sugar months ago.
..4 Should a person be required Bowl soda
shop. At the same time announcementis

'f to pay tribute to a Mrs. V. C. Woodward, who has made that David Kelton of West I The "Right to Work"

I served as junior clerk in the office Palm Beach has been elected to

union overlord for the "Right has been recommended for the position serve as bandmaster in the Clewis- Amendment simply guarantees -

to Work?" of chief clerk and it is expected I ton and LaBelle schools and is ex- all workers the right to

that the appointment will be pected to begin his duties very

Should made very shortly. Mrs. C. J. Nielsen shortly. emifoyinent whether they:
a person be
re has taken the position as junior < A"-librarian has been contacted andIs
iiquired to join a union against clerk and her appointment will prob- 'p:': ': expected to be placed under con belong to a union :or not.

,) ably come through with that of tract very shortly which will bring

.! his or her -will in order to secure Mrs. Woodward. the Clewiston school faculty up to
Mrs. Mills states that she will the point necessary for full accredi- It will put an end to the
continue to assist at the office as a :. tiza tlon.
" .., evil practice of forcing workers -
k volunteer worker whenever the rush '
L The RIGHT TO WORK cepted the pastorate of a church in
work is too great for the other to pay some union overlord -

.- Amendment, X o. 5 on your clerks. Jacksonville.The __
:;" ---' -- -- new! pastor,.,was pastor of an : for'a "Permit" before they

:,;, ballot ::\"07th if approved MRS. LARSEN HOSTESSTO Atlanta church for, eight years and i I i

f. BRIDGE CLUB '-. in that time built a new church and I f can get a job.

will GUARANTEE the "Right- ,- had splendid success in the church

to-Work" to everyone regardless Mrs Otto Larsen was hostess to work.: For the past year and a half r

her bridge club on Wednesday' after- r he has been in evangelistic work and i "IT IS SIMILEAMERICANISM":

of union. noon i at her home. Mrs. W. C. REV. H. R. BAG'1'ELL held a series of services recentlyat :

Owen Won' first prize and Mrs. C. J. the South Clewiston church. i '

' "IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM" Nielsen was second high. Others Rev. H. R. Bagwell of Atlanta.Ga. He announces the following schedule ,_
: .... .
.-... ,, f'.. playing were: Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, ., arrived in Clewiston recentlyand of services: Sunday School at Vote FOR Amendment Xo. 5Nor. ,

: .'; Mrs. F. E. Conlding Mrs. W. H. has accepted the pastorate of ten o'clock a: m., morning services at

:=:. \ Voto .FOR Amendment Xo. G, Lanier, ,Mis Deane Duff, Mrs. R. GJ the Assembly God Church (cooperative 11:00 and evangelistic service at \ .',7thl

,t .. Xov. 7th Wilson and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. Mrs! ) in 'South Clewiston. 8:00 p. m. His subject for the com T y c.wf ',
1, Larsen served ice cream, chocolate Rev. Bagwell succeeds Rev. ing Sunday night will be "Ten -- _

cake and coffee. James Cain who has resigned and ac- Rounds With the Devil." I"

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Cartels Hinder Trade 'p v dk.H.c) tout quite the.provoked e. wars ... t

Th hold the world

W ON in wretched thrall
And Stifle CompetitionBig "
iw Srn
They i interrupt me.. so

s: Notes of a Newspaperman: I I guess

Washington, D. C. Gx Sir William Beveridge, the British I just v/ont notice.tkem .

CLOTHES RATIONING AVERTEDFew Monopolies Regulate Commerce Between plan man, has cooked up a new one z .11.

people know how close the to be announced after the Armistice.

country was to clothes rationing a Nations; Valuable Information Given / ?CxM The gamblers who bought big c\'c.rrrfr 'Co

few months ago, at the peak ,of the Axis Under Business! Pacts. ? property in Miami Beach for the de aaU

war. The key figure, who helped,pre HA S luxe season will get an awful shock. ..3 .:

vent it was shrewd Pittsburgh department There'll be no gambling, vows the 0

store ,wizard Irwin Wolf. chief of gendarmes. CBS is

Wolf and WPB boss Donald Nel- I By BAUKIIAGE I grooming Johnny Morgan to replace

son held several conferences on the News Analyst and Commentator. Fred Allen until the latter resumes. ... .

problem, at which Wolf pointed out The American Fed. of Musicians WNU Features.

that retailers, worried about short- WNU Service, Union Trust Building The,Kilgore committee makes this I is dickering with the Institute

ages, were buying all the clothes insight Washington, D. C. statement, for instance, in its report I of Public Relations to woo the press

and hoarding huge amountsof When the political smoke of the : back for its president, James C. Pe-

one item while having no stocks campaign dies away we are all go- ""The Japanese were able to get trillo. The fee involved is reportedat CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

of other goods. ing to hear a lot more about cartels. technical know-how on some proc- $100,000. Eileen Stafford and

Finally, Nelson asked Wolf to sit Most people probably have a gen- esses ,for production of 100 per cent G. Ross are betrothed. .' A noble-

down with Joseph Weiner, head of eral idea of what they are but thoseof octane gasoline before they were man in town has a juicy racket.He .

the civilian supply section of WPB, us who have followed the hear- generally available to American charges social climbers $100 a

John Davidson, representing the ings of the Kilgore subcommittee on firms and in at least one case as night to be seen with him in the bet- HELP WANTED

wholesalers, and Earl Reed, another war mobilization learned a lot of late as June, 1941,,to find out through ter places. "

key WPB official. After going over didn't know.I commercial channels the amount of ,
things we Persons
several involved proposals, they retired think I heard about cartels our oil and gasoline shipments to Those who sneer at foreign-born industry will now not engaged apply without in essential state-

from the conference room and Pearl Harbor." ment of availability from their
first from Bill Shepherd, a news- Americans were given a whackingacross
order which lim- States Employment Service.
drafted a simple paperman whom I was always meet- Some Agreements their derrierres by colyumist

ited all retailers to the same amountof ing In different parts of the world. Lowell Mellett, formerly of the White
stock had during the Sanctioned by U. S.
they He had just come back from Ger- House staff. Colyumed Mellett: "I Experienced Laundry and dry cleaning

vious year. The proposal was imme- many shortly after the last war and It must be said in frankness that am also an immigrant; not a first workers: wanted. Good hours good pay.
Nelson and Apply in person only. Laundry & Cleaners
diately adopted by was full of the subject on which he in some cases American companies generation immigrant, to be sure, Board of Trade 555; W.8th St..Miami.Fla.

clothes rationing was avoided. had written an article for Colliers'. -specifically the one which had the since the first of the family came

Nelson now calls Wolf's plan "one But we didn't know the half of it right to certain manufacturing proc- over during the Revolutionary War, FRUIT
of the saviours of the civilian supply
then.I esses in high octane-had permis- but an immigrant just the same. I

situation in the U. S. mention that because' it seems sion from the war department to ex- can't claim any credit for being an APPLES-APPLES-APPLES

NOTE-One effect of Wolf's program incredible that more was not doneto tend their use in foreign countries.The American. Sidney Hillman can. It lect Fancy utility-S5 S3.50 box;basket."C" grade To $4.50 box; se- .
is that merchants will consuming public -
break down the cartel system be- Universal Oil Products com- was his, own idea, not the ,idea of a not over 5 bu. to each person. Shipped
over only small amounts of "ersatz"merchandise of the express collect. Send check with order.Miller .
fore. pany made special inquiry great-great-grandparent!
Apple Orchards Cornelia, Georgia.
in the period
The simplest definition of a cartelis general staff 'regarding installing
will not be stuck with poor-quality plants in Germany and Japan and
its obvious
a monopoly and most
merchandise to unload on the James W. Miller of Muskogee\ ,
money-flushed public. effect is to gouge the consumer they were told in July, 1938, "The Okla., corrects our observation thatF. PRINTING

with monopolistic prices. A chemi- war department has no objectionfor '
Sinatra will net about $25,000 MIMEOGRAPHING: and Multigrapbine.

AFTERMATH OF V-DAY cal plastic which can be sold to com- the abroad.exploitation" of these proc- from his annual "take" this year of samples 14 years of and fine prices.work and E. ALLSMITH.fair prices. Free 1500

receiveda mercial moulders at 85 cents a esses $1,450,000. Miller W. Nedro Avenue. n,
The White House has just Mr. a public Philadelphia Pa.
pound costs dentists $45.00 pound. Other manufacturers were not so
confidential report showing that accountant, says Frank will make
66.4 per cent of American families Same stuff. Atabrine, a synthetic scrupulous. The' Kilgore report reveals more than 25 Gs. He will net a lit- MOTOR FUEL

have saved only 11.6 per cent of the substitute for quinine, sold to the government an interesting letter writtenon tle more than $75,000. Hot diggitty!

money put aside by the nation dur- presumably at a profit, at April 17, 1940, three months after Ernest Hemingway will start Varsoline! Guaranteed motor fuel! Ingredi-
$4.50 for a thousand tablets, by a the President had announced a ents ration free! At: Paint Houses. Drug;
ing war time. In other words, the another war if he isn't careful. He ompanys. Chemical Companys. Formula
upper one-third bracket of the compbny with a cartelcontrolledpatent embargo" against Japan. writes: "I think any writer, espe- I 25c. Auto Data, Box 571. Newark 1. N. J. }
under a contract that will The letter was written by an officialof
people tucked away 88.4 per cent. cially a war correspondent, is dull in
end six months after the war. Ata- a Texas oil company to a Mr.
The out that conversation. It's the
same report points only phonies
the MitsubishiOil 900 Shells Per Minute
immediately after V-day in Europe, brine costs you and me $12.00 per Darcy, representing that are personally colorful" .
of It sent The P-38 fighter plane can throw
Japan. was
thousand tablets. company
most plants which continue operat- The Broadwayites, for the 11th year,
Another feature of.some cartels involved to Darcy's home following up the about 900 shells per minute at the
ing will cut overtime, thus dropping visited the grave of Variety's founder -

wages from 15 to 25 per cent. One patent-leasing and this prac- conveying ,of "certain technical information" Sime. Abbott and Costello, enemy.

of ,the problems officials face is a tice has resulted in most of the furor which Mr. Darcy sent to who send cartons of ciggies to troops ..
today because, by means of inter- Tokyo. This is an excerpt from the
wild rush to cash war bonds, not overseas, happily wrap each cartonin

for lush spending, but for bare national cartels, both Germany and letter: "the funnies." '. While over- Beware Coughs
Japan got hold of secrets of value "For your confidential information
necessities of workers in middle seas Frances Langford never drank

and lower-income brackets.All 'in the war. enclosed herewith please find photo- the hot tea, .which: has a medicinal. from colds
For example,'the American Bosch static'copy of Saybolt's analysis No. common
taste. The 'torrid South Pacific
these figures now have Presi- ,
dent Roosevelt concerned about corporation provided its German 1433 covering the supposedly 92 strangely enough, has no hot water.So That Hang On
Octane for the MaritimeOil
affiliate with information gasoline
what will happen in the first weeks developedby she used the tea to wash her
the of the company. You have con-
immediately after the war. Thepresident's signal corps army face. Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
economic advisers which the German army used as the clusive proof that our oil will run up it goes right to the seat of the

are I basis for radio communication be- to 93. .' The attached report is trouble to help loosen and expel
telling him that continued prosperityin sent you in complete confidence and The Writer's War Board devised a germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
tween tanks air
the postwar period 'will requirehis .and ground and subway and trolley car card showing soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
be careful to whom disclose
forces. The Bosch the very you -
greater personal attention to company got babies (of all color) which read: bronchial mucous mem-
domestic information in the form of specifi- it, as it would get me into a branes. Tell your druggist to sell youa
problems. "Must They Die in World War III?
cations in contracts on whichit terrific jam if it ever leaked out bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
They figure that, if the nationcan army. that I sent you this data." The text continues: "Yes! Un- you must like the way it
was bidding.Government
less work for quickly allays the cough or are
successfully come throughthe you now lasting peace you
But the government of the United '
after victory." The cards to have your money back.CREOMULSION. .
first few weeks after the ar- Moves States seized the files of the Mitsu- are
mistice, then the demand for distributed by Americans United for
To Smash System bishi company and "it" has leaked
peacetime goods, long denied the World Organization, Inc. Tran- .
I all over the place and what is more for Coughs,Chest Colds, '\
public, will pick up national Naturally the government had to "it" is a comparatively harmless sit companies in several cities are

prosperity. However, the first take action in cases like that. Re- sample of other things which will displaying them. Mayor La-

weeks of readjustment are goingto cently the state department estab- come out later on. Guardia hoped N. Y. subway trains FOR QUICK RELIEF !

be tough. lished an industries branch in the would do the same. In report-
One of the interesting cartels dealsin
commodities division of the office of ing the refusal of John H. Delaney
a product that few people not in
!,. DOLLAR-A-YEAR MENThe \ economic affairs and for some time (chairman of the Board of Transpor-
< the leather business know anything
: full effect hasn't yet percolated the department of justice has been tation) the N. Y. Times said in part: Soothing CAB f B 1/F
-. about. It is the quebracho, a sub- ANTISEPTIC BUsed -
.down from the top but, beforehe conducting investigations and in sev- "Mr. Delaney says he turned down
stance used to tan and by thousands with satisfactory fe
left for China, Donald Nelson eral cases has taken action. Cartels leather and it comes from preserve the this particular poster 'because it was cults for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -

signed a new set of rules governing are one of the highly complicated not of local interest. I don't intend Get Carboil at drug stores or write
bark of a tree grown chiefly in Ar- Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
the appointment of and the matters which the'peace nego- gentina.The to give away free publicity to

continued employment of-WPB dol tiations will deal with. any organization seeking to promote
cartel is controlled
by a com-
lar-a-year men. It has been felt first Assistant Attorney Gen. Wendell peace on its own. Our Governmentis MONTHLY
owned and distress of
the X-To relieve
managed by
in the textile, clothing and leather Berge, who has ,charge of investi- pany well equipped to do that!' "
divisions but gradually is begin- gations now going on, said: "It British. It has an exceedingly; tight Not of local interest! FemaleVeakness
and to extent
ning to result in changes elsewhere seems abundantly clear that America monopoly. an can
therefore control leather
: in the can never have a foreign policy prices.
Income tax sleuths are'following
Also Fine Stomachic Tonic)
'. Since it has been in operation que- (
Dollar-a-year appointments for the based on the principles' democ-
bracho prices have shot up and pro- the columns closely to check on the Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound -
war emergency period were okayedby racy and international goodwill so reports of cafe society playgirls and Is famous to relieve periodic
duction has down. The
the White House four years long as international trade is domi- gone figures pain and accompanying nervous
ago their "incomes. The Wind-
when due
disclosed by the investigation show weak:, tired-out feelings-
the appointments to be made at the nated by cartels. sors have been plagued by crank to functional monthly disturbances.
that before the cartel formed
discretion of the agency chiefs without Berge believes the principle in- was letters. Too much publicity plus Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound
to volved in the quebracho was selling at just about helps build up resistance
"i{ regard existing law. Criticism operation of the inter-
their address. Bill Tilden, one- against such annoying symptoms
one-half what it costs Six
: of the early dollar-a-year appointments nal pools and monopolies is the time world's tennis champ, tried act- Pinkham's Compound Is made
gradually resulted in a greatest threat to full employmentand price-boosts were made in seven especially for women-it helps nature i
\ ing some years ago. He has takenan and that's the kind of medicine
and the firm is said to be
tightening of the policy, but Nelson therefore in many respects is years now option on a play which will be to buy I Follow label directions.
: never really put his foot down until one of the central issues of our making 33% per cent profit. .
All but 10 cent of the produced soon. Vogue LYDIA LPINKHAM'SSoWNU
:, last month. time. This type of organization, he per que-
is in Martha
editor, Ruth Portugal,
Major dynamite in the order I believes, restricts ''rather than promotes bracho production is controlled by 'Foley's "Best Short Stories" annual

"_ is Nelson's pronouncement that trade because it not only the cartel and many methods are this time. Another fashion mag
drives used to hamstring the independents, -7 41-44
out competition but also
"No en-
: person be
,; may employed editor, Dorothy Wheelock of Harp-
the chief of which is to make secret
ters into
: agreements to limit
a dollar-a-year pro-
; on basis who er's Bazaar, relaxes all night by
with shippers not to
would be required by his posi- duction. arrangements writing detective thrillers.
tion on the War Production That came out in the war and allow cargo space to the competitors -

board to make decisions directly wherever there was a serious short- and the cooperation which the

affecting his own companyor age, rubber, aluminum, magnesium, cartel enjoys in high places is revealed New York Novelette: You've read

its competitors." The same drugs, a cartel was discovered in in the course of indictment about the case in the papers. But not

", section bans dollar-a-year employment the woodpile. These combinationstend proceedings by the department of this angle. It was at a society May Warn of Disordered

f. all lawyers, all to become little governments of justice. The two firms involved were party several years ago. The host- Kidney Action l

trade association officials mem- their own and their effect on foreign represented by no less than an of- ess' jewels disappeared. Suspi- Modern life with Its burry and worry

bers of WPB_ industry advisorycommIttees relations is clearly evidenced in the ficial envoy of the Argentine government cion pointed to a pretty young girl. Irregular drinking-its habits risk, improper of exposure eating and sot and eo-

,. or any individuals case of South America where the The detectives had the goodson tion-throws heavy strain on the workof

convicted of anti-trust viola- Germans obtained exclusive rightsin The quebracho l sent vital her and pressed the hostess to over-taxed the kidney and They fail to are filter apt excess to become acid

tions. many trade fields through these : supplies to Japan upcio the last few let them make the arrest. An- and other impurities from the life-giving

'" Dozens of trade agreements and used these years and did it at cut-rates absorb- other guest volunteered to help the blood. backache,
dollar-a-year with- You suffer nagging
in WPB are daily called men rights to build up their Nazi propa- ing the loss by boosting the price to crying suspect. He was a law- \, headache may, dizziness, getting up nights,
upon to ganda machine. this country. It has recently been yer. His skillful plea won the leg pains, swelling\ -feel constantlytired
formulate policy affecting their ,all worn out. Other signsof
'own nervous
:, industries, and Before the United States enteredthe predicted, that if this pool continuesin I hostess over. She didn't press the kidney or bladder disorder are some-

A own companies and consequently their war Germany was able to pre- operation there will be a serious I charge. The girl was let go times burning, scanty or too frequent

', the same, time, Nelson's competitors.order At vent firms in this country from sup- leather shortage after the war. and married him! Many times urination.Try Doan's Pills. Doan't help the

does plying certain types of explosives to But substitutes are no solution of thereafter he had to do his best legal kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
not reach the half
than a
even bad
more serious waste. have more
,': problem of salaried employees in Britian because the American manu- the cartel problem. world in whichone work getting his bride out of similar century of public approval. Are recommended

a facturers had an agreement with the man has to use ersatzsaucefor I jams. Recently she was ar- by grateful users everywhere
position to make decisions Ask neighbor II
the companies from which affecting German affiliate not to do so. The his goose while another gets the rested again-for allegedly stealing your

came to the they same applied to pptical goods. gravy for his gander, isn't exactly jewels. But he can't help her
which or to There are other examples which according to the American idea of now. He has a bigger case. ,
they when
Washington. go they leave make your hair curl. fair play. Fighting for his country.



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Cake Bazaars the Bill of Rights of the U. S. Con 4. The
coastal cities of the state
What Makes It So? If cake stitution was drawn up? of
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4. What are the cloudiest spots 5.
baking, it may be due to too Marshall, Coolidge, :
'!"' Boost Funds small a pan, too slow an oven, LESSON TEXT-Matthew 7:7-12; Luke 6: in the United States? Dawes, Curtis, Garner, Wallace. j
I ',i! too much sugar or shortening, or S9-45. 5. Can you name the last seven 6. Florida (St. Augustine was :0
0',: too much leavening.If GOLDEN TEXT-Ye shall know the truth vice presidents? founded in 1565 by the Spanish).
and the truth shall make free.--J'ohn
you 6. In what state is the oldest 7. Mt.
8:32. Logan (Yukon province
the cake has a moist sticky
city in the United States? feet
: 19,850 high).
crust, it is due to too much sugar
in the recipe. If the crust is thick Education without religion will

and heavy, the recipe may have make America a pagan nation in a Colorful Made
too much flour, too long baking, generation or two. Even worldly Rugs

too hot an oven, or not enough minded educators are concerned Of Materials fRIED DAY
sugar or shortening.If about the neglect of and opposition Scrap

a cake humps or cracks on to Christianity in many branches of,

top it may be because, it has too our country's educational system. he 131p

much flour or was baked in too I. Seek Wisdom from God (Matt

hot an oven. 7:7-11).

Coarse texture is due to too We have made great progress in .

much leavening, not enough the improvement of educational :tIud.

liquid, insufficient creaming of equipment, in the construction of .i4 r.

r shortening and sugar, or too slow fine school buildings, and in the pro
... an oven. vision of trained teachers. There Fried foods may make your day un
I lucky. Get relief from after-meal
have been earnest efforts to develop stomach distress with soothing

2 eggs the most effective courses of PEPTO-BISMOL. Recommended by ;
1 teaspoon soda study adapted to the needs of our many doctors.It is non-laxative,not

{ V cup buttermilk antacid.Helps relieve the misery of

I 1 teaspoon vanilla day.All ,this is commendable-excepl sour, sickish upset stomach. Tastes "
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(I I,:: : Vz cup boiling water for one thing, and that' is really a for PEPTO-BISMOL good. when your your druggist stomach
cake is hard resist when
: Spice Sift flour once, measure and re- foundational error. We have given is upset
I :' it has a fluffy seven minute or sift twice with cocoa. Cream short little, if any, attention to the development A NORWICH PRODUCIWORLD'S
:' marshmallow icing: and is sprinkled ening and sugar thor ughly". Add of character, without -

\\i j f lightly with coconut. ) well beaten eggs and beat until light which the skills of hand and of head

lip' and fluffy. Add soda to buttermilk. may' : be actually dangerous. The
jI! Church groups and women's clubs Add dry ingredients alternately with odore Roosevelt is said to have observed st.Jo seph
1'>' know that one of 'the best ways of buttermilk' to creamed mixture, 'that "to educate a man's ,

'-t,: raIsing funds for beating hard after each addition. mind without educating his con ASPIRIN 1

, their ''activities Add vanilla, pour in boiling water science is to make him not a social LARGEST SELLER AT IOC To

f.. and philanthropic and beat until smooth. Bake in asset, but a social liability" (Doug ,
;, purposes is by two eight-inch greased tins in a lass).
Get Your War Bonds "A"r
; having cake bazaars ,
moderate (350-degree) oven for 30-35 The teaching in our schools of the
, r'; sales. or bakery minutes. Spread between layers evolutionary theory as though it To Help Ax the Axis

Jf and top withSeven Minute_ Icing. were fact when it has never been
Few can resist
, .. proved has provided a foundation
: the appeal of < "v" '''' :>:'' I
< for all manner of denial of'God and
home-made cakes
of the truth of His Word.
_____ and cookies at,
( 1 such sales and it What shall we do? Surrender? Not GET out the rag bag and get to

is truly an ideal way of meeting the at jail. Let us look to God for His Weave, crochet, hook or

year's budget. It is here where the wisdom and grace. The promise is braid these colorful rugs out of old

good ladies bring their best wares, that the one who asks, receives, scraps of material.
and finance committees really have when he asks in faith and for God's For relief'from he torture of simple
their day. glory (cf. James 1:5-8 and 4:3). Need new rugs? Start today and make Piles.PAZO ointment has been famous
is vital education.II. them yourself) Instructions 7222 has directions for more than thirty years. Here's why:
Prayer in real
For displaying the goodies, a well First.PAZO ointment soothes inflamed
for nine rugs; list of materials pat
....'' set table is necessary. It's a good Use Wisdom with Men (Matt. tern pieces. ; PAZO areasrelierca ointment pain lubricates and itching.hardened Second.

idea to have 'a good looking table 7:12). Due to an unusually large demand' and dried parts-helps prevent cracking and

.cloth and, flowers. Education has as one of its important current war conditions, slightly more time lo soreness.reduce Third.swelling PAZO and check ointment bleeding.tends
,' You will find today's recipes just goals the ability to get along is required in filling orders for a few of Fourth' it's easy to use.' PAZO ointment's
the most
popular pattern numbers. perforated Pile Pipe makes application
delicious as they sound, and not with our fellow men. As the Lord Send your order to: simple thorough. Your doctor <
too expensive to make. I'm giving Flatters of assorted cookies arc enables us to grow in wisdom and can tell you about PAZO oi tment. \

different types of recipes in case just the thing for your cake and knowledge, it should show in our
Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
you want to clip the sheet and pass cookie bazaar. You can expect lots treatment of those who look to us 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, 111.

r the recipes among the ,members of of requests for recipes at such for guidance and help. Enclose 15 cents (plus one tent to

your particular group. events. This so-called Golden Rule is a cover cost of mailing) for Pattern ARE
"Lady Baltimore Cake ,For that melt-in-your-mouth quality high standard of conduct which many No

Vi cup shortening there's a spice cake that will fill profess, but which only the grace ofGod ,Name TIRED-RUNDOWN ?
14 cups granulated sugar the bill and then some. But this is can accomplish in a man's life.

Z cups cake flour, sifted not an ordinary spice cake, by any To always be positively doing for Address-:- Are you working too hard for your

.. ZY teaspoons' baking powder means. In addition to fine spices, and to others what we would have age? Then VITA-BERLES may be
salt he: pep tonic you need. VITA-
Vz teaspoon them do for is far than the
us more
it has the subtle flavor of bananas; BERLES contain a special combination
1 teaspoon' almond- extract, Spice Cake negative thing which most people Smoke Tells Story of Iron, Iodine Calcium and high
% cup milk Vz cup butter or substitute assume it to be. They reverse it and potency (1500 USP units per day)
5' egg whites are trying to avoid doing things to vitamin B-l. For men and women
2 brown
cups sugar over 40, deficient in these vital elements
Cameramen take pictures of
Cream shortening and sugar until 4 eggs others that they would not have done VITA-BERLES may be the
light. ,Add sifted dry ingredients 3 bananas, mashed fine I to themselves chimney smoke in enemy territory secret to building up pep punch and

and milk alternately. Last fold in 1 milk Note again that this is on the positive because expert photo interpreters vitality for a happier, healthier, romantic -
cup I'
1 can often tell what a plant is life. Liberal supply in $LOa ,
stiffly beaten egg whites and flavor- 2 teaspoons cinnamon and the active side. We are to box. Demand VITA-BERLES at your j'
ing. Bake in three eight-inch lay 1 teaspoon each, cloves, nutmeg go about doing good, such as we manufacturing by the color of the druggist or send $1.00 direct. -1
ers in.a moderate (375-degree) oven and allspice would desire for -ourselves.III. smoke issuing from its stacks or VITA-BERLES SALES CO. :-1''
for 25 minutes. by the color of the refuse piles. 2175 Station H Cleveland, Ohio. 1
ZVs flour ,
cups Follow Wisdom in Humility ,
'to ;
; Frosting 3 teaspoons baking powder (Luke 6:39-42)).
V/2 cups sugar Cream together sugar and butter, 1
If the teacher is spiritually blind
% cup boiling water add beaten egg yolks and mashed he will his blind
lead equally pupil
\b cup hot maraschino cherry alternately
bananas. Add
into the ditch. That is exactly what 1 1i
juice the sifted

is happening in schools and
: Ys teaspoon light corn syrup dry ingredients I i
I 1 tablespoon lemon juice colleges. No pupil will rise higher
milk. 1
and -
2 'whites beaten stiff than his teacher (v. 40).
egg Fold in the egg
34 cup chopped blanched There is something fine about the
whites. Bake in a 1
almonds, toasted genuine sweet humility of a man
large 1i
square pan ,
H teaspoon grated orange rind which has been I who is really educated. He is not 1j i

15-20 maraschino cherries, cut well greased, in a Ii" pomp us and proud, parading his
in eighths 35'min earning so that the populace maybe j
,.. moderate ((350-degree) oven
Combine sugar, water, fruit juices utes. Ice with marshmallow icing. impressed. He is humble and

and syrup and bring to a boil quickly Pop corn nuggets are an interesting teachable. Real scholarship calls for

stirring only addition to your money-raising genuine faith in God.
until sugar is dis will IV. Find Wisdom in Godliness
... aazaar. They go over with the
solved. Boil rap [t \. ladies who don't like to be caught (Luke 6:43-45).
idly without stir 'i: ;;-f '\ munching a big mouthful of pop Every tree brings forth its own

ring until syrup corn: kind of fruit. Christian character is

spins a thread Pop Corn Nuggets a fruit which grows only on the tree

when dropped Z cups sugar of Christian doctrine. The fear of

from spoon and % cup water, the Lord is the beginning of wisdom
forms soft ball in % teaspoon cream of tartar (Prov. 9:10). That means that
cold water (238 2 tablespoons molasses to be truly educated a "man must

degrees). Pour 1 tablespoon butter be a Christian.

t syrup into a Few grains of salt That which is good and noble and
stream over egg whites, beating 5 quarts corn
pop upright can be brought forth only
constantly. Continue beating until ofa Place sugar, water and cream of from a mind and heart of which

consistency to spread. Fold in tartar in a saucepan and bring to he same things are true (v. 45).-An
remaining ingredients and spread in the boiling point and boil without evil man will teach others evil, a
between and top of layers of Lady stirring to 280 degrees or until syrup good man will teach them that which $en-Gay

Baltimore Cake. will crack when tried in cold water. is good. Hence, the folly of thinking ..RUBIN qUICK

*Red Devil's, Food Add molasses, butter and salt, and that if a teacher only has a brilliant

2 cups pastry flour boil, stirring constantly until candy mind, and is versed in the technical HERE'S WHY gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay gives

% cup cocoa becomes brittle, being careful not to earning of his profession, it makes such fast relief from simple headache..Ben-Gay contains
I s/i cup shortening let it burn. Have ready a pan of no difference what his morals are UP to2 Vz times more of two famous pain-relieving agents;
V/> cups sugar freshly popped corn; pour candy' nor how he lives. methyl salicylate and menthol-known to every doctor

I .: over it, mixing thoroughly. Spread That theory has brought ruin to than five other widely offered rub-ins.So-insist on genuine

lightly on a buttered slab or platter' thousands of young lives, and it is quick-acting Ben-Gay'for welcome, soothing relief I

,, Cake Bazaar and when firm, cut into pieces or high tune that all who have to do
into little bunches.
: break up with educational work demanded
Lady Baltimore Cake ;
Spice Cake ,Red Devil's Food Do you have recipes or entertaining godly character as the first requisite
Ice Box Cookies suggestions which you'd like to pass on to of the teacher and made it the
other readers? Send them to Miss Lynn leading subject in the curriculum.
Pop Corn Nuggets Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, 210 'The fear of the Lord is the begin
Recipes Given South Desplaines Street, Chicago 6, III ning of wisdom."
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The Clewiston News i'I Fear of the lake caused many I CLEWISTON COMMUNITY ,nursery for small children is 'con..
on people to go elsewhere to ride out .. CHURCH
I the storm but in nearly every case I David C. Hancock, Minister ducted at the Community Center.
Published every FrIday in Clewlston, : .04 they found much worse wind and "The Seat of the Scornful" is the ,. :
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I storm conditions than if they had SUNDAY, OCT. 22, 1944 theme of the minister's sermon )''
Inc. car remained at home. The Army issued I Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.I Westminister Fellowship meetingat
2.70 evacuation orders for the Ger- j E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor I 6:00 ,
Entered as, second, at class the Post mall Office matter in I man prisoners at the Liberty Point all ages.Morning p. m. at the church. High
February 1 1927 I school
rain and junior high
under the Act of II prison and young people -
Clewiston, Florida camp they were taken Worship, 11:00: a. m. A I are invited.Today's .
March 3, 1897. out on a special train Wednesday \
I afternoon. Their destination .
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CARIt SETTLE, Publisher not learned. ,
.--- I Communication lines have bnn '- -' ,
Ilnte-- S-2.50 Per Tear down all I I CQRBB-GRAPN B ; ]
Subscription j i over the state and reports I ) Pifer ,
Advertising' Bates On Application. of damage elsewhere have been very j i '
meager but it is understood: that a ..r 'I
I heavy damage ,was experienced by I {,-,S We are not "strangers"
Devoted to the advancement and welfare citrus growers of the state. ,
I in this .
I Folks
of Clewlston and Hendry Countyv community. 5
_____ ___..__. 'u. ___ I School was dismissed Wednesday % know us as the garage that I
: because of inclement weather but is l s = =
continuing on regular schedule to- =' ; renders, the most expert;
NATIONAL EDITORIAL I I I day. service in town.
SOCATIQN I r Electric service was disrupted;
Thursday I for several: hours and fare I II ;' \
a time even water was cut off the E yA HENDRY \\
II I wind having driven the water out of ; j
the lake on this side to such an extent -I ; COUNTY. !
I I that the city water intake was I '
Little Damage bare. A new line had to be put into MOTORS
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; the canal for water necessitating' | ,
Continued from page 1) : more treatment before use but there I I.
( I was no great inconvenience i caused at1\k' CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA i:
laid down by the wind but I "
lake: was ; ) -
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it is not believed by company' I f ;
that this will cause any 4S YOUR
serious damage since none was up- _, "Pardon me, Miss, but your bathing suit is showing.",
are being made to .
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Vegetable crops were not so JHE .OLD JUDGE. SATS.!-.. ,:,:i' 7' ," .:. ( 'i' ,. .:'. ',
lucky. The greater part of the bran ."'1':, ,,', 'f" ''<' ''' 'Nt.t t ,.: ,
crop on the south side of the lake I Ii t' : ",::i;: 'I < .'" : : i
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was believed lost from wind ar.d ; : fn. Rio{ ;,:, :. ; :
rain and tomatoes were also badly : .
when vines were turned I I
over and rolled up by the high I H. I .,., d31h w .---,." '.r ,i,, '
winds. r'I y'
It was one of the driest lurricanes I I r h a rf
Px&inI.I.1.1. I
in the memory of local observers. ;\.
Recorded rainfall here Wednesdaywas H I' ".
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NOWCLEWISTON I us 'a better idea of how our men react nationally or locally.They have heard about
I to things going on over there and back the attempts being made and they resent ',-
I here at home." it bitterly."
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i of those stories in the papers or magazines. I don't happen to drink myself. Further-
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I' agree on no matter where they are stationed be making any major changes while
I Ii with our men.,.and that is that the men 10,000,000 of our fighting men are away and
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r.. people that have watched him play I teen day period beginning Monday, (! NOTICETO

thought that he had reached his Oct. 23, and ending Friday, Nov., 2..,
peak last year. But he has learned In the first column on the ballot LEONA FUSSELL
Address unknown:
II quite a bit this fall, especially about appears the names of the Democrat You are hereby notified that Bill for-
SOCIETY picking his holes' in the line.I candidates, the second column the! Divorce has been filed against you by
PERSONAL I I Charles E. Fussell in the Circuit Courtof
-- had a lot of fun out of the Republican and third column amen<1- Hendry County. Florida, at LaBella
game, or I should say, a lot more ,ments to be voted on. Those wboj i and you are required to appear in sal I suit on November 6, 1944, or the Bill
fun afterwards kidding my boss, D. wish to vote a straight ticket may will be taken as confessed.
I C. S., about the game. I'm not place a mark in the circle at the top i I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.
;. s __ sure whether I enjoy our games in !I of either the first. or second column, I I I Clerk Hendry Circuit County Court, Florida.,
': the usual sense of the word "en-'', depending on which ticket the voter:<, Got. 13. 20, 27, Nov. 3.Johnson's 'I,

r Miss Gladys Davidson of South :Miss Doris M. Hatch, here on joy." When I walk up and down the chooses. 'I I II I __

d Clewiston, was taken to the Clew- temporary assignment with the Dis- sidelines I am not really jittery butI I |i f
iston Emergency Hospital onl Tues trict U. S. Engineers Office, left am able to follow the game mucL Parents could avoid many heart: Fish Camp [; .1

, : day for an emergency apPendec- Wednesday. better, and to substitute at the right aches states the Florida Optometrist, I I (Near Hurricane Gate) \f. I
I : tomy. She is reported doing well. time. A lot of the enjoyment I s tout I official organ of the Florida Opto- Clevristou, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs Luther Alston, of of football is in trying to make I metric Association, if they made I Boats and Motors-Guide Service : 1
Fort Myers, spent Thursday after- Around it a scientific game as much as sure each year' that their children'seyes Rates Reasonable !
possible. As I watch the '
noon and Friday with Mr. and Mrs game my are O. K. I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
f > C. E. Bailey and family. By Bernard Myers thoughts usually run along these I
Sikes and Charles B. lines-They ran that play wrong- I
Owens Fred left C. Tuesday evening to meet The score of the Moore Haven The, ends are too close-Why in thedoesn't FOUNDPair of spec I :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...N.1.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::

l Jacksonville for he block-He isn't hurt, ;X FOR .t"
train in
; the labor game was somewhat a surprise to I yI
the Sugar Company. Due to thetrainS' me. I had hoped we would win by bad-I very seldom worry about the tacles in my truck, :: :f
I score itself as long as the boys are
1- held the hurri- ,
up two touchdowns, but I never ::)xI USSC A7. Owner I '
cane, Mr. Sikes and Mr. Owens have pected us to score 33 points. Our doing the right thing. may I I ? DAY AXD XITE SERVICE I;

been unable 'to return to the city. I line-blocking was superb. When our obtain by describing and |:i: PHONE 18 I::
backs learn to block like line- Absentee Voting. I ..
'y.: with Mrs.a Elbert dinner party Stewart Monday entertained night men, 'we'll really have something.Our our Starts Monday For ,paying for ad. Frank I.:..................................................................................................... .

i. S for local boys on furlough from linemen also made quite a few Conkling. l
1 overseas. Those present were 'Sgt. teeth jarring tackles. Bruce General Election I

Leroy Hare and mother, Miss Betty Beardsley, especially, made several G. M. FORD (
'. Kay French, C. P. O. and Mrs. Dick hard ones. When you stop a player
FOR bicycle
Qualified electors who do not SALE-Boy' -
Hooks, C.; P. O. Wilbur Goff and I with the weight and drive of Mitty expect to be in their Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Sgt.. and Mrs. A., L. Moorman, nieceS Adkins, you have to tackle well. on election Nov.voting precincts in good condition.See Specializing In Everglades
day 7,
; may
and nephew of Mrs. Stewart. I You know, in football, the backfield I
vote absentee ballot
Sgt. Leroy Hare left Wednesdayfor usually gets all the glory and during a fif- Charles Benbow.P. Surveys

Miami Re-Distribution Center for I the publicity, Most people iu hone 66 Clewiston, Fla.
: \ reassignment.Mr. watching a football game, pay most O. Box 1219. I.
attention to the backs. If train
:Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson have you ,.
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I yourself to watch the line blocking, I

Y' weeks'returned vacation to Clewiston in New after York.a two you'll find that it is about the best I ,................................... .......................................-....................................................................................................!.)..
I I part of a football game. i
Major D. E. Eppert of the I .
I ;Mart Waldron played the best S
Engineer Office in Jacksonville i i; J. E. BEARDSLEY
football he has ever played. Most
s::. was here on business Saturday I I i

I j DAILY MATINEE-3:45 P.1..
NIGHT 7 & 9 P. :: Real Estate
:Mrs. Ray Lindley of Onawa I j -- --- ----- M.

,' Iowa, arrived Friday for a visit I AVhen our fighting men SAT. & SUX. CONTINUOUS i
with her sister, Mrs. S. L. Crochet,
3 3 7 9 P. 31.
and her mother. Mrs. :Arthur Bong.E. return are they going. to be ... I I RUTH R. ;BEARDSLEY'
E. Gross was a business visitor compelled to PAY for a SUX. & 3IOX., OCT. 22 & 23 S
I in Ocala Monday and Tuesday. I IIr. PERMIT TO WORK:?
rc "Up In Mables Room"with
]\ and Mrs. ,C. B. Anderson lefts j /- I i ,
I .
:: .T I Monday for Andalusia, Alabama, i Marjorie Reynolds and S S .: .j' : Incur ncc
where Mr. Anderson has taken a I Will they bo FORCED to Dennis O'Kecfo: '". '.' '
>., '., position with DuPont. I join a union and Also Cartoon and Sport Reel ", ,....., ',,. '
t. pay exorbitant ''J' '
Mr. and Mrs. H. P, '''Hardin are i L "V :: :c
initiation fees dues and { ; .
I .
;' spending this week in Miami. j '-
>", A. V. Ogram of Ocala, meteorolie-1! assessments in order to hold a TUES.. & WED., OCT. 24 & 23 < ji :, Hopkins BuildingPhone .:,
:' ..' ,ist with the U.. S. Engineers, arrived job? "Candlelight In \c', ../,; ;.'' 'j,
in Clewiston on Tuesday and
: 66 27R2
:: ,will be located here.' Algeria" or
:7\" Mrs. Charles Foy and Mrs. W. F. The Passage of the "Right- '
';); Nail were visitors in Moore Haven to-Work" Amendment No. 5 and .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

;1. Tuesday. "' ". on the ballotwNfij' 7th will -"LOST- ANGEL". ,........ .:
y.:, .. :Mrs./ Gaynelle JBrazell spent this prevent this c\il. with )MARGARET O'BRIEN
ti past week-end in Miami.
,. Mrs. Sally :Miller. spent Sunday & FRI.,. O'CT. 20 & 27 Shop At Sears and Save
visiting relatives in Ocala. I "3
"Buffalo Bill"with
I''; s Mrs. D. G. Alston was a visitor in I "IT IS SDIPLE THE FAMILY STORE .
( Miami last Sunday and Monday. I AMERICANISM" Thomas 3Iitcliell
[:- Reverend S.. D. Mason was a business Also Cartoon Iiatest NewsSATURDAY
l visitor in Clewiston on Thuis- i i1"oto..F0I1 QO'C"C'U" a mr
day. I OCT. 28 I 1h
r Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs W. C. I IL Amendment No. o, -- -- .- +
Owen and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfoid ''o1', 7th te I CD.E
i: were business visitors in West Palm II II I E GN

.f" Beach on, Monday. .: II I 0a!

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We take this means of expressing our SIXTH DISTRICT, FLORIDAGREB

deepest appreciation for the splendid busi-

which knows Washington. Held important post (Deputy ,
have in Clewiston
ness we enjoyed Chief Industrial Salvage Dept.) with War Production Board

during our four,years here and trust that the and resigned to accept the nomination. 1 .v

new owners may enjoy the same fine pat He is known as a man of ability, excellent character leadership r: w.
adaptability and can think along straight lines. He is : it c
ronage. a World War Veteran and a member,.of the American Legion, 's ;t 4'
\ and 'now serving: in the Coast Guard. Is married and has ;-, '
', one son fifteen years of age. He has never sought public

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i r O Constitutional Government. O Traditional States Rights.

"' 0 Free Private Enterprise without Simplified! Equitable Taxation
and Rigid Government
Government participation. ,

HUNTINfi L1CENSES- ,. ., Help for disabled War Veterans
L S. O Open International Covenants. and rehabilitation for'the

Openly arrived at. maimed.

5 May be purchased at City Hall Real jobs for all at American wages and American standards of living.

P .5 : ,Room 4, Miss Marie L. Robbins 5' :";:':

I "' ',: '" :. VOTE FOR GREB ON ,NOVEMBER 7th.
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happiness mainly de : -- "q q.T ,.zqb
on the freedom that & .w.Z
reigns within us; a freedom that 6
widens with every good deed .WHITS ?e.7II/tit& r W.N.U.TCATURES I Those Girls!

and contracts beneath acts of Ann-Do know what
you makes
Maeterlinck. TilE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. operational; the rest were underrepair. ty.of trouble, intercepting our bombers the tower
evil.-l\I. of Pisa lean?
of the Flying Fortress, .
Frank Kurtz pilot on the way out and back.
Of jour gladness lend a gleam "Hie Swoose," tells of that fatal day "I'll never forget our closest one," "General Brett was particularly Joan-No, if I did, I'd take some
Unto souls that shiner, when the Japs struck In the Philippines, myself.
said Master Sergeant 'Red' Varner, anxious, and wanted to move in and
Show them that dark sorrow's stream killing eight of his men and demolishing -
the Swoose's crew chief. "We take Buna in There noth-
got May. was
Blends irlglit liter. with other Forts, be.
zt' lhlOpC'S Old 99, many The young man who was her
After just a minute and a 'half's notice ing there then but a native village
fore it could get off the ground. "ideal"
If you get simple beauty and escaping Australia, what Is left of the that the Japs were coming. Now and an old Catholic mission. But marriage is just as
nought else, you get about the the General could have likely to be her ordeal a terwardsrAin't
19th Bombardment Group flies to Java stepped Melbourne said no, because it would
best thing God invests.-Brown- where they help defend the Island until down into a foxhole and been per- mean landing troops to defend our

ing. it falls. U.'S. fliers evacuate to Australia fectly safe there, watching the Japs airdrome there. It, Though

Hdw many of us have even a to carry on the war from there. pound 'the field. But not our Gen- "But the Air Force knew if the "When h was traveling in
unkindness? The 19th Bombardment Group Is back In eral-he wanted to that Russia they showed me a bed 20,
desire to forget an save plane, Japs ever got Buna it would take a M
For this desire we should pray. business again, and" Kurtz once more hero and we had to run like hell to jumpin first-class expedition to get them I feet long. _
Swoose. Buzz
flies "The Wagner "Well I
the General leading everybody out. General dunno-sounds like a
-Spurgeon. Finally Ralph Royce,
desk Job
of the Philippines, who has.a ( "
lot of
slam the doors and lam of I bunk to me.
out who
In Australia, steps into a P-39 and shows was General Brett's operationschief
his boys how to nip the Nips. there. We had to take off down wind, flew out over northern New

which was bad, missing a little hill Guinea on a personal inspection of

1111 by a lot less than 100 feet. We the whole coast, and sent to Mel- easy gray to
NfiWll CHAPTER XXII wouldn't have missed it if it hadn't bourne a detailed report, endorsinga

I been for those smart trees they have field at Buna as vital to our future OCOflKSTUFFY11OS1RILS

Aml1I 'Because the real truth is,' he I on New Guinea growing on top of air operations.

1iIffK(16Il 66.: said, 'our present Army fighters I "Presently his reply came. In ref-
H don't climb fast enough, or high erence to his report on the estab-

f f( enough-and they don't have the lishment of a landing field at Buna, ,.

A"W/JJIJ vl range. Every Jap knows this, if } Melbourne headquarters commended -
:r 'x the people back home don't. Maybe 1I him for his initiative in makingthe Nostrils cloggedmembranes,

t, I:-...i '.:M',./'% I it would hurt their morale to find it reconnaissance, but found that swollen? Quick,
, Wonderfully Vatronolup quick ; c out, but I'm only thinking of the owing to lack of facilities, it wasn't spread cooling ''
a little morale of That's why he possible at this time. Mentholatum s/j '
each nostril helps open nasal past my pilots. in nostrils. Snuff I
sages-makes breathing easierwhenyour wanted to come home. Poor guy." "But this friendly little ground-air well back.Speed- 1 j
t head fills up with stuffy transient argument over Buna was soon set- 'ilyitstarts4vitalactions /

congestion! Va-tro-nol gives distress grand relief oft "Meanwhile Florida played on in 11 tled. The third week in July our : Helps
too, from smffly, sneezy _
folder. sunshine said "and I. reconnaissance Naval, 1) Thin out thick mucus; 2))
head colds.Follow directions in the Margo, spotted a Jap Soothe irritated membranes;
VICKS VATIl@mOIl.i was trying to write letters to some task force moving toward the north 3))Reduce swollen passages;
f of the other girls we knew whose coast of New Guinea, and now just 4)) Stimulate local bloodsupplyto"sick"area.Eaery

husbands would never come back. off Rabaul. We weren't sure where ; .
breath brings quick, wel- -
Some of the letters I wanted to they were headed-maybe aroundthe cojncreZie.Jars.tubesSOf.SNAPPY iB
i I :. Gas on StomachRelieved write, I couldn't. For a while I island, to capture Moresby, itself.

in 5 minutes or double money back had been on exhibition because my "We were taking no chances, soon !
When excess stomach Reid causes painful suffocating husband was supposed to be deadin July 24 General Brett hit them

",, prescribe:gas Boor the stomach Castost-actin&and heartburn medicines,doctors known usually for Java, and they'd look at me with everything he had, little as it

;, Tablets symptomatic No laxative.relief-medicines Bell-sns like brings" those comfort 1 n Bell-ana in ft and groan with patriotic sympathy, was-medium and light bombard-

jiffy or doable your money back on return of bottle and then get to work planning the 4a ment, Forts and obsolescent dive ,
to us.25c at all druggists. next golf tournament. I'd look at L WIti bombers. I' I TRIPLESIZE 5C I

those strong, healthy young golf pro- "But for twenty-four hours the

fessionals, coaching flabby men on fog closed in, hiding them. Whenit
the putting greens, and wonder why .1; lifted they were sixty miles off WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

they: weren't in uniform Only that Buna. Now we knew the Jap High

., I was the wrong attitude; they'd tell Command was thinking in the same

;,. I.. you we need recreation now, more strategical terms as we were in p o

!}:.-.-.. 1 I than; ever, to keep our morale up the Air Force. FACTS flI.
. during the war. I suppose it was "Even though the weather gaveus
true; but I kept wishing the weary this very short time to pound ABOUT

\.. boys in uniform I knew could be them, we made them pay for their I.

getting more of it, instead of these Buna landing. But still they could
; Recommendedby
stagnant, contented men. sneak a transport through duringthe
J- ManyDOCTORS night to put troops ashore. Had

"There were some more names tobe we had only a little infantry and

added to that list of letters," said V y artillery at Buna, they could have

r' Frank, "but.with us the feeling had yB held them off, giving the Air Force a
/ / John L. Collyer, president of TheB.
l It chance to their barges
pound landing
changed. ,It was wonderful to be F. Goodrich Co., believes that it
able at last to smash them back, 1 fl'l at dawn. But we didn't have, and will be atl!east two years after the ,.
'as- the fighters had done at Darwin. when morning came their transportwas first recapture of Far East rubber-

Helps tone up adult And from its base in North Australia steaming away empty. producing territories before normal I

systems-helps the old 19th Bombardment Group "In only two days the enterprising operations can be restored. Mean-
children build sound -which included the 7th now-was The cannibal head hunters who little devils had chopped a land- while,synthetic and the constantly
lived in the jungle used to stalk the decreasing amount of natural rub-
ing strip out of the jungle. A few
teeth bones. flying out over New Guinea and New
tame village natives. later their ber in the U.S.will have to take
Britain islands, landing heavy days fighters were risingoff
care our requirements.
it to attack our bombers as they
punches on them at Lae and Sala-
that hill-the most intelligent ones took off returned to aft-
maua, and at Rabaul or Moresby Every time an escort of 1,000
ASt1N I've' ever seen. Because they saw
the base at Rabaul."It
pounding Jap
er into
"Also the Japs were getting a fighter planes goes action -
for the E-model us coming and ducked. I happenedto took almost six months of on the battle front or on
healthy Forts. respect be looking out and saw them. hard fighting by both Australian and bombing raids, some 50 tons

Then I looked back, and bombs American infantry, down over the of rubber are being carried
"Not after the
long Olympics I
were already breaking on the field Owen Stanley range-finally led by into the air. The U. S. War
Kobi Ishi
0 heard had entered the Jap right in the dust of our take:off. General MacArthur himself to Department figures show that
Air Force. After that I thought of the fighter plane has .
"The Colonel here who of clean the Japanese out. What we average '
them all Kobi Ishi course S
as a pretty good 105 pounds of rubber somewhere .
diver with some fair tricks and a was doing the piloting, pulled a have now is real co-operation. The in its construction.MG&h.

toothy: smile, but nothing you can't smart one. The ''Japs were righton ground forces know the vital importance -

handle if you train for it. Maybe top of us, so he hugged the of airfields, and I hope we in

FOR HIIOR ACRES All PAILS Of they're all fanatics, craving to die ground figuring then the Zeros the Air Force have come to appre-
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO couldn't dive on us without mash- ciate the tremendous importance of
,tj for the Emperor, but I remember a
4 story the 19th told me in Australia. ing their own propellers into the the unity of air, land, and sea.

"Six of Forts bush. We went hell for breakfast,
our were coming in "A man doesn't know what dis-
MCNEIL'S.arge over Rabaul to give the Japs a wiggling in and out of gullies hardly; tance means until he flies that end of
40 feet off the ground, and then out
pasting when one lone Zero showedup. the world," said Red, the crew chief.
;, r The six Forts were all brand- over the sea, where we could see a "Remember the time we had to

new E models, and the Japs had cloud cover to hide in. We had make a forced landing right in the
all kinds of rank aboard that day-
learned about them. The Forts "
continued middle of the place?
Australian Air Force generals and
'\- 60c in formation, but keeping "I'll never forget,," said Charlie,
Bottlel1.ltll I'l-SmaIlSjze!! other visiting firemen.
*CAOTIOX: USE OUT as DIRECTED* their guns trained on the Zero. Now the bombardier.: "It was about the
'. IT all COGI1 ONE STORES or BI Kill n receipt el prlciMclEll most fighter pilots, whether they're "By May, though, said Frank, time of that Buna business."

\ iliac CO.. lae.JACISOIIIUE !. FL081DA American, Jap, or German, are "we began to get the situation in "We had left Darwin," said Red,
hand at Moresby. We got some dispersal -
nervous and quick like fox terriers. "and were flying across the Austra-
fields back in the hills for
/ There's no gap between thinking and lian desert headed for Cloncurry.We .
acting, so you can almost watch a our planes and an operational alarm had umpty-ump rank aboard,

i.IIIlillAIT fighter plane and read its pilot'smind. net so now we can intercept, and about sixteen in all-General Royce,
also the Zeros run into an intense
That's how it'' was with this General Perrin, General Marquat,
from the ground which
little Jap. He starts in, thinkingacre's cross and some Australians-Air Marshals AT
., sends them trailing across the
'.. a chance to pick off a Fort, they probably were-and also Lyn- SIGN OF A \1
and then suddenly he sees all those jungle on fire. presently strafing don Johnson, a big lanky guy fro'mTexas .D .
VETCH WINTER out and we have only regular .
is ,
_. guns and thinks how sweet and cute a real Congressmanr, only
his little almond-eyed geisha is back raids by high-altitude Jap bombers now he was out inspecting this area

;::. PEAS, CLOVERSHere home, and how nice it would be to I pounding the field. Our fighters and are as a Navy Lieutenant Commander. G.uSE666;
better day,
{ get back to her, so about half a mile getting every them,, "Well, we're flying along over this
are typical from they're chasing out over
reports soon
he pulls out in looks like the
. away a turn, out of wilderness which rum-
farmers 'who inoculate with-
legumes their bombs
the coast jettisoning Cold
NITRAGIN: range, and continues parallel 'with pled parts of New Mexico or Arizona Prepazatlons as directed
which whistle down harmlessly to '
Austrian inoculated with the six: Forts, thinking it over. Well heading, we think, for this Clon-
"My peas jungles.
NITRAGIN were a good stand, grew the little geisha finally wins outover tear up empty curry, only our, arrival time goes relieve
had labor Starts INSTANTLY to
while a prob-
:, and made a good yield. the Emperor, because he "For a we by, and no Cloncurry. 4'
.' Jiftfast uninoculated side of the doesn't go in, but he thumbs his nose lem. The tame village natives we'dhired "Harry, the navigator, begins to
. made poor growth and at them. to work on the field didn't like check things, and discovers that his MUSCULARACHESPAINS

J' 1( r.was yellow all season." "In early April Port Moresby on the bombs, and when the alarm octant has gone out on him-it's likea

i ...\T,... "I always inoculate vetch, New Guinea was 'our problem child. ]I sounded," instead of jumping into the sextant on a ship, only you use

t fi. clovers and peas with NITRAGIN.It Our air base there was a single jun- foxholes they'd beat it into the jungle an air bubble instead of the horizon.It .

is mighty cheap;crop insurance." gle-hewn landing strip with no ade- and maybe not come back fora wasn't Harry's fault-the prismwas Soreness and StiffnessFor

i:' "My neighbor tells me quate antiaircraft guns. We were I couple of days. However, this turning all right, but? now he blessed prompt relief-rub on

"' made the difference of no I building dispersal fields, but they soon stopped, because the cannibal could see the recorder wasn't. He powerfully soothing Musterole. It
and a successful crop." weren't done yet so that the aircraft head-hunters who lived in the jun- came up out of the navigator's compartment actually helps break up painful local

F t ,"I increased peanut" I had to be lined up along the side of gle used to stalk them and chase into the cockpit shakinghis congestion.mustard plaster.So much"No easier fuss.to apply No muss thana

i 10 bushels per acre. that gravel runway and of course them back, and as between the head, and told Frank here what with Musterole!" Just, rub it on..

l i It costs only about 15c an acre and were slow in getting off, which madeit bombs and the head-hunters, the na- had happened-that he had no idea In3
takes only a few minutes to inoculate tives chose the bombs, so we' got
r a setup for the Japs. Also, our where the Swoose was. 'You can
legume seed with NITRAGIN-the Strengths V .
(' oldest,most widely used inoculant for equipment was '''flown by green plenty of work done. have her now, Major,' he says. '

" all legumes. Get it from your seed youngsters from the States. The "By now we weren't worried 'She's all yours!'

( supplier, just ask for NITRAGIN. big problem was supply. Moresby is about Port Moresby. We had that in "Well, first the Major got our radioman 4

THE NITDAOIN CO.U"N.BOOTHST.MILWAlKEEWIS.) as far from Melbourne as Los Angeles fair 'shape, and our bombers were to working, trying to wakeup

fl is from ,Pittsburgh. Then at every going over almost every day to 'some Australian station which J

! 1 FREE state line the Australian railroad pound the Japs. But we were un- would give us a bearing. But I Black

\4 B Booklets changes gauges, so all the freightcars easy about the other shore of New guess they were all asleep. Our
had to be unloaded. We had Guinea. The Japs had already dugin gas was getting lower and lower. Leaf 40 :OUH"CapBrush"App1icato= ,

I How to grow about a dozen B-24's to bring sup- at Lae and Salamauasupposethey And the sun was sinking, too. And JUST A _m, ltMBlACKUAF40CO -
a.y : better legumes. plies in over the water from the came on down the line and put that country below us was all rum- DASH IN FEATHERS.. MUCH FARTWiaf

WrIte today end of the railroad at Townsville, in an airfield at Buna, right opposite pled up like someone had slept in it.
but only about four of ''these were Moresby? They could cause us plen- (TO BE CONTINUED) I


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rm JUST how good," I asked a well For a well-seasoned roast, adda him apply the soap.
few gingersnaps to the juice in -.-
,,, known fight conditioner, "will
asa r h3'tu f;,'r}r ky a. Joe Louis and Billy Conn be after the the pan. Some carpenters bore a small
Itd. war is over and they are back at the hole in the end of their hammer
old trade?" Some homemakers serve raw handles and flow in melted bees-
T "0. K.," he said, "if they are not turnips in strips to be eaten with wax or paraffin. By working the
held in the army too long. I under- salt, like celery. ends of nails in this, danger of
stand Louis is up -.- splitting hard pr thin wood, is re-
around 230 poundsnow To reheat bread, place in a pa- duced. The hole will contain quitea
r >4 and Conn per sack, fasten tightly and warm supply of, wax and doesn't,
f fi weighs 210. But given for five minutes in a moderateoven. of course, interfere with the use
time' I feel sure 'of the hammer.

< that Louis can get
back to 210 or 212pounds
and that How to Remove Partition Between

Conn can make 190,
,. which ''would be a Rooms, Yet Have Separate Units
more useful weightin
n r. 2\4., k f.;, <% ( A grout the- ) heavyweight Both have l:fe'Gs lti.lta 6 By Ruth Wyeth Spears

,-. L been giving boxing GrantlandRice. CURTAIN DRAWN MAYBE WHILE TABLE CURTAINS WINDOW matching the living room dra-
r exhibitions at various IS eti SET MATCH peries make it possible to shut the
camps, also acting as boxing CHAIRs ROOM dining room off, when desired.
instructors now and then, and this 'I .
should help to check any big slumpin NOTE-Here is news for homemakers.This .
form. sketch is from a new booklet by
Mrs. Spears called MAKE YOUR OWN
Ih w "Louis has always been a hard CURTAINS. This 32-page book is full of
4 worker. Before entering army serv- smart new curtain and drapery ideas with
p id ice his average road work was about I illustrated step-by-step directions for
measuring cutting, and
five miles He isn't in I IfW0 f
a day. young a types from the simplest sash curtainto
: fighting way, but he isn't too old. the most complicated lined over-
He is still younger than Jim Cor- drapery or stiffened valance. Whatever
I II bett was in his famous comeback your curtain problem here is the answer.
I .. I Order book by name and enclose 15 cents.
against Jim Jeffries, younger than Address:
: fitzsimmons was when he stopped, RODS FO ALONG VALANCE

' ,1. I Corbett at Carson City. HAVE you ever thought of re MUS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
I I : "Conn will have little trouble get- the partition between Bedford Hills New York
; Drawer 10
i l' ting down to 190 pounds. He can get your ,living and dining room but
Enclose 15 cents for book "Make
i lower. He is much feared the if
't even younger ceiling would sag sup- Your Own Curtains."
! II III than Louis and is still short of his ports removed? Or
were perhapsyou Name ...............................
I prime. Conn at 185 or even 190 have considered the idea and
::1' greatest achievement in pounds can ftill be 'fast-and be a decided that after all it might not Address .............................
FOR in versatile interpretation much harder puncher. It is a sure always be convenient to have the
:( superb styling, -
,' in chic and in charm, the thing that the first defense Louis two rooms in one? Here is an an-
fashion world should confer honors makes of his title will be against swer to both of these questions.The .
Conn. Each has had about the same sketch shows the partition
i of high degree on the producers
j I I. knitted apparel. It's really amazing swank weskit, for 'gray is the fea- war handicap so far as ring train- removed to give a greater feelingof
;:.- tured neutral for suits and sports ing is concerned." space but the main supports
I the way the knitted arts (both hand
it t and loom) are entering into every fashions this year. Worn with ,There are reports about that have been left in. A balustrade
I phase of fashion from sports togs to fuchsia-colored gabardine slacks as Louis and Conn will be asked to between the two rooms makes a
! formal evening clothes. is the model pictured is one way put on a war charity fight some division without spoiling the light
Never losing a "trick" in way of of doing it, but worn with a tailored time later. This would be completely airy effect and a draw curtain 4o
following up every possible fashion suit the effect is equally smart. unfair to Louis who has

trend, creators of knitted apparel are Centered in the illustration is a already given war and navy re-
interpreting the mode in all such new lumber-jacket costume, a typeof lief two free contests. Crsp/
newsy items as the knitted wes-: dress about which so much is be- Louis still owes the governmentaver
I kits which are "last word" fashion ing said and done this season. This $150,000 in the way of income
this fall, also the very new and two-piece is hand-loomed of 100 percent taxes and the problem he faces now '
smart lumber-jacket styles, likewise ,.wool yarn, which gives it an exclusiveness is paying this back., Even if he received ft -
classic suits that are' so"superbly all 'its own. The $200,000 for his first fight ,

styled one wonders that such thingscan lumberjack top is in the fashionablegold after the war he would be luckyto
be actually achieved in knitted color worked with a green keep $40,000, of this amount, with
wear.-Here they are, however, right monogram, for to give a smart accent new taxes 'piled on. It would take RCE KRISPES
, before our very eyes, so breathtaking designers are monogrammingmost four major fights to get him nearly'even.
{ and so versatile that enthusiasmfor everything they can nowadays.The Washington could hardly afford -
wool-knits and things hand- straight slim skirt is in a hand- to ask Louis for another charity'show "The Grains are Creat FoOdS"-16K.d4
knitted has mounted to a new high some dark brown. The knitted hat is I after throwing away at least p

this season. in matching gold. $1,000,000 for the Red Cross or army Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the T'JJ'
The weskit theme is taking the The navy one-piece dress (also and navy relief by refusing to let whole ripe grain in nearly all the .
I fashion world by storm. Shown to very smart in black or a lush fall Army and Navy football teams meetin protective food elements declared '
': the left in the picture is a weskit color) as shown to the right is one Philadelphia or New York. essential to human nutrition. (QJpyS
':'t:1 done in a lacy knit fabric of wool of those love-at-first-sight fashions We still feel this insane switch to
'::1 f. and rayon. This English weskit is that will create an urge to becomethe Annapolis before some 10,000 spec- ,, A
chic to the 'nth,degree, and because owner of one "just like it." Hereis tators will be changed later on. We T
j i these weskits are so practical and a glowing example of how fasci- have had some odd and bewilderingcurves
I smart looking they are going over nating the new wool-and-rayon lacy thrown at us from Washington 4 4In
big with college and career girls. knit fabrics are. A knit fabric dressas but nothing quite as baffling as BRIAN DUNLEVY (
\ i
is the chosen color for speaking :
Gray this here styled makes a wonderful the present location of the next
basic type for colorful accessories, Army-Navy game.
such as the hand-crocheted wool "THE MIRACLE OF MORGAN'S CREEK/ Paramount Picture: :
Tailored Knit Suit snood and bag done in vivid MeXi- Putting on WeightIt .

colors which milady in the pic- has been matter of 17
______...._. .._...m..m_ m__ can a years :\'
ture wears with it. now since Gene Tunney and Jack 1

t. Small wonder is it that college and Dempsey met in their second battlein 1r
. career girls are going all out for Chicago. Since that date Tunneyhas
!:-" knitted things. Scarcely a phase of added 25 pounds and Dempseyhas i
I fashion but what is being interpretedin packed on 20. They are both now
knitted or fabric-knit ways. A per- around the same weight at 210 or \

t$ fect charmer in way of an around- 212 units of displacement.I .
iF e i s, bY the-clock dress is the slender one- have seen both recently and
iLai piece done in black jersey with the two of them look to be as
sleeves in gaily colorful striped jer physically fit as men of their age
sey. can hope to be. Both are many
Perhaps the most outstanding tri- years older than Louis, and Louisis
umph in ,this season's wool-knits is many pounds heavier than

the suits that are so superbly styled, either.
as are also the newest hand-knit
Big Gate Promised
r suits. If there is one knitted fashion
u' y'I's I"'"' that will capture your fashion more Mike Jacob's mouth begins to
rJ than another it is a suit of the water and his teeth make an extra

"i; patrician' type as shown in the pres- clatter when he thinks of the -next 'a
ent fall collections. As produced Louis-Conn collision.

these days a knitted suit refuses to If fought today or in the near
wrinkle or lose its shape though you future, with over $25,000,000000 ,-
wear it day in and day out. Then in loose change floating
you'll be wanting knitted coordinatesthat around, it would wreck all past u'y Ga. A rr
: J. team a pullover, cardigan anda receipts by at least a million or \
4fi" s weskit that will carry you more. It might easily be a

,., i g through fall and winter in a blazeof $4,000,000 show if Mike could get
, ". color. And believe it or not, you away with the prices he could
4I won't be able to resist a plaid-knit get, from $200 a seat on down.
I weskit. They're stunning! This would be all right with the
I Released by Western Newspaper Union. government and the state; for r
both would get plenty. A dentist's dentifrice
This promises to be a season of
for woolknit Hats This may seem to be an extrava
seasons Important-Looking
apparel. Calox was created by a dentist for per-
handsome suit here gant estimate, but how many be-
pictured is
an who brilliance consistent
Are 'Most Adorned"A sons want utmost
outstanding "reason why" enthusi- Richly lieved a while back that the three
asm is running highest ever over hat that is a hat" is the big New York tracks would shove $400- utmost gentleness.
the new knitted fashions. This news for this fall and winter. Already .000,000 through the mutuel windowsin 1.Scrupulous| cleansing.Your teeth havea
superbly styled tailored suit is just the peplum, the bustle, big 1944, with a similar amount pass- notably clean feel after using Calox. ?
the sort that women of discriminating sleeves, broad shoulders, fullflaringshort ing through the hands of the book-
taste are regarding as the cos- coats and costume ensembles makers? This latter, of course, is a 2. Calox gently cleans away surface Y A "j ,
tume-ideal to Wear about town and have set the stage for the return of guess. But the amount is still a stains, loosens mucin plaque. ?

during the round of activities a day hats with brims. Birds and flowers healthy hunk of change. 3. Made by McKesson & Robbins, ; >Y r
brings forth. Chenille monotone knit and feathers with frills and laces The surest bet on the calendar Bridgeport,Conn.-a laboratory with
after the is that the Louis-Conn ,
fabric of wool and ,rayon blend, in will adorn the new dress-up milli- war over 100 years'experience in making _"if a
of the
flight gray, makes this patrician two- nery. Berets, oversized and over- party will be one biggest fine drugs.IIr .
piece suit. Silver buttons accent the tufted as a'Victorian sofa, have even' sporting and financial shows ever
jacket. succumbed to the new trend. known. I

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Farmer-i-Hanchers to Get Guns NOTICE: OP APPLICATION;: FORTAN City Clerk. Trustees
I. L Fund. Trustees I.
New shotguns and rifle for farmers I I -nnno 1 S*pt. 29, Oct. (C i, 13. 20.Tallahassee II Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13. 20. 1944 \ Sept. 22. 20 I.OPT Fund.t1t: 20 1944.

ranchers and law enforcement I Notice is hereby given that Mrs. N. .-
iL Powell, holder of the following: cer- i Florida l
agencIes are on the way the War Jtificates, has filed said certificates for September 14. 1944 : Tallahassee, Florida Tallahassee FJorica

Production Board announced recent !10. tax deed to be issued thereon. The NOTIVE September 14. 1944 I September 19,. 1914OTICC
certificate numbers and years of Issuance NOTICENOTICE X
?Jy. Production of 495.000 shotguns .. the description of the property NOTICE is. hereby given that the t

and rifles has been authorized, but land the names in which it was assessed Trustees of the Internal Improvement is hereby given that the !I NOTICE IR
nr'e IHI follows: Fund of the State of Florida, offer ,for Trustees:; of the Internal Improvement hereby given that the :_
St takes from three to six months to Fund of I I Trustees of the Internal 1<
Certificate No. 17, Issued 1942 sale to be sold to the highest bidder the State of Florida, offer for Improvement
cover-I In Tallahassee sale to be sold to the highest bidder I I ir.uindoff.the, State of Florida, offer for
turn out such firearms. ing Lot No.5, Block No. 358 Florida, at 12 o'clock In Tallahassee I t faleto >e sold to the highest
NOON Florida at 12 bidder
October 24 1944 o'clock
of David R. Larsen. following "
-'; in name i described lands NOON, October 24th. 1944 the follow I I SicelorL! < a. at 12 o'clock
Certificate No. 12, issued in iou, !!, In HKNDRY COUNTY. : r-OON. October
Ing' 24. lOLl the
described ,
NOTICEO coveiinpr Lot No. 27 in Block. No. 1761 I i NVfe of Section 1, land in HENDRY COUNTY described lands In HENDRY following
in the name of C. J. Hei-i NJ of Section 11. I
assessed N1of Section 31.: East Half (E%) of Section Three I SW of Section 1 'and SV2 of SecI -
DONALD A. DUMIRL* man. (3), Township Forty-six I ton 11, Township 46 South, Range
9K379S01! All said property; being in the City all in Township 46 South,. Range South, Range Thirty-two (32) |. containing 640 acres, more

*X1 AAF Base Unit, :Military Police of Clewiston, County. of Hendry, State 31 East, containing 960 .acres, East, containing 320 acres, more or less.
: qdn. A of Florida. I| more: or less. or less. THIS NOTICE Is published In com-

Moses Lake, Washington: Thlotce is published in comI This plance with Section 20.07
You are hereby notified that Bill for Unless such certificates shall be re- j I I pliance with Section 270.07, Florida I with Notice Section is published In compliance 'I Sttutes 19-. Flod
deemed according law the property 270-07. Florida Statutes -
Divorce has been filed against you by; Statutes 1941. 1941. of the Internal tin-
in such certificates will be
:Evalee Rimes Dumire In the Circuit described i The Trustees of Internal provement Fund
Improvement The reserve the
sold to the highest bidder at the south I I I Trustees of Internal Improvement right
Hendry County Florida, at Fund t
Court of reserve the right to reject: Fund the l reject any and bids.
the Hall in reserve right al
front door of City the City to reject
LaBelle and you are required to appear any and all bids' BY ORDER
I any and all bids Trustees of the
3n said suit on November 6th 1944, or :.of Clewiston on the first Monday In I I BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal I I :BY ORDER I Internal Improvement Fund of
of the the
of Trustees
the month November, 1944, which of In-
taken confessed. State
the Bill will be as Improvement Fund:; of the State ternal ot Florida.
I us the Cth day of November, 1941. Improvement Fund of the State I
(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, I I I of Florida. I'ot Florida. Spessard L. Holland Goyernu'
Dated this 29th day of September
Clerk Circuit Court, Spessard L. Rolland Governor I Attest:
I I L. Holland
Hendry County, Florida. 1944. I I Attest: Attest 1XSpessard: Governor I F. C. Elliot Secretary _
29 Oct. 6 13 20 1944. M. W. BIGG I*. C. Elliott .
Sept. i SecretaryThat I F. C. Elliott Secretary I Fund.

._ Sept 22, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 1944.
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NOTICE OF ELECTION ninth (39th) and Porty-Mrm <4lsi I tne ioitown amendment: at Section em within
WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1943. Districts shall be elected; toe a term 24 ot Article III )t the Constitution I town and not ucn otherwise.municipality or I}. and on and at the expiration

under the Constitution of 1885 ol the of four years and the senator from I of the State u i Ploriaa. relating rhE of the term of eaC oiiaid County
State of Florida did pass 10 Joint Resolutions the Fortieth; (40th District elected to uniform county ana municipal eovernment ; -. Counties ot Dade and Orange Solicitors of said Coutle. the office
proposing amendments to the for a term of two years from the ano the classification or lied eb municipality town., district; of the County SolCtor

Constitution of,the State of Florida and time 01 the General! Election or 1914 cities and towns oe and the same if and other special taxing districts now ing Attorney aa b abollhe a.nc Pt

Ibe same were agreed to by a vote and thereafter said Senator1 shall cr I hereby agreed to and snail oe submitted I reated by law or which may be hereafter said Coutle. ad
af three-fifths of all the members elected elected! foi :i term of four venn es. to the electorer the State : created cy law. In each, of said I Sl1cit within due

to each house: that the votes on said cept in case of a vacancv In office of Florida at the Gen rn Election or I Bounties shall retain and control the sid Counties; the e
\ Zoint Resolutions were entered upon Filed in office Secretary ->f Slat presentat.ves to be:1e.d in 1944 cower !v ri* their respective budgets CbuntlesA"0"1*' In each dute

their respective Journals. with the yeas June 14 1943A for approval or rejection that i* to I I kor the purpose of measuring and 'Im

-mri nays thereon, and/they did determine say that Section 24 ol Article m of posing the mfllage to be Imposed upon Section 1. On and after the
and direct that the said Joint JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing lo the Constitution or the State or Flor- I I ad property valorem in said Counties' subject to plratlon of the terms of the

Besolutlons be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V or the ida be amended so" a? tc read &s follows each or other like taxes within nHtne Crlra>naI Court Cek ,

of the State at the General Election In Constitution of the State or Florida district respective municipality. town Orange Outies. for which
November, '1944. Relating to Justice District tad Jus- Section 24. The Legislature shall and the or other special taxing area. they each are serig have

NOW. THEREFORE, i, R. A. GRAY. tices of the Peace. establish a uniform system or county of said County Tax Assessor in each elected on 1945. the be*

Secretary of State of the State of Florida. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE ,and municipal government which shall each assessment Counties shall in determining I of the Cerk of the Criminal Cou
that be applicable except in cases where amount levied of both
do hereby give notice a OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: and Imposed Rcord Counties
local or special laws orovlded by such mlllage to. the the Civil
GENERAL ELECTION are or Clerk Court of Record
That the following amendment to Section amount Imposed
will be held in each county In Florida 21 ol Article V of the Constitution may hereafter be orovlded by the Leg Bounties of Dade by the respective Cou of Crimes In Dade '
on Tuesday next succeeding the firstonday of the State ol Florida oe and islature that may be Inconsistent I and Orange. County al be abolished and the

in November, A. D. 1944. the the same is hereby agreed to. and the therewith \ : Section 2 That on and after mid- duties of the C1erk of the Criminal
said Tuesday being the same shall be submitted to the qual Filed in office Secretary or State I night. December 31st. 1944. the County Court of both Counties

SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER ified electors at the general electionIn June 10. 1943A I Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk of the :

ior the ratification or rejection of thesaid 1944 for ratification or rejection: Dade and Orange. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes in Dade County
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing shall each become the Tax I shall all be :
to Collector taken
Joint Resolutions proposing and
"Section There shall be not more assumed OTro
ments to the Constitution of' amend-I' than five Justice Districts in each Amend Section Six and Section Seven for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a, of the ,

:of Florida. viz: county, and there shall be elected one of Article XVm 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.
: Justice of the Peace for each Justice
Term of Office of Persons taxes now Section 8. The
Appointedor required to be collected assumption
who shall hold office for four new
1 of Ar- District
the Amendment of Section a
Elected by the Clerk under the
to Fill Vacancies In Elective ol the Circuit provisions this '
icle IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are Offices Under Said Constitution. Court) 0 within each of said Counties Article shall not entitle any / 4
hereby recognIzed. but the Legislature oUlc
Eclating to and to
may, by special Act from time to BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA.. Including all County taxes and increased compensation: te
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE all ad valorem : officers upon whom
.. time, change the boundaries of an; TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: and acreage taxes Imposed such new dutle
OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA: by any shall be Imposed shall
'such District now or hereafter established That the following amendment to Section municipality town., dis- continue
That the following amendment to Section and may establish new or abol- 6 and Section 7 of Article XV1H trict. or other taxing district upon governed by the general law of the

; 1 of Article IX of the Constitutionat ish such District now or here- of the Constitution of the State of property within each of said Counties State a it now is. or may be here..
Florida relating to taxation be and after any existing." Provided however Florida be, and the same Is hereby and the Legislature may provide that I after, as relates to the fixing of their
the same is hereby agreed to and snail each of said Collectors shall also collect : respective salaries or their .
that; any such changes shall be sub agreed to. and the same shall be submitted .crsrlbtnl
submitted the electors of the any other taxes. licenses maximum compens fees
be to or ex
the to the qualified electors of the
mitted to people of any county so
:State of Florida for ratification or reJection affected by referendum at the next State of Florida for ratification or reJection I cites within said Counties. Such col provided nowever., that each officer .

at the next General Election ensuing general election. at the next ensuing general I lectors shall each remit to the desig assumes the herein stat
to be held In 1944. as follows: nated proper officials of each taxing additional duties. take over
Filed In office Secretary of State. election that Is to say: That Sections allowed b
Section 1. The Legislature shall provide June 10. 1943.A 6 and 7 of Article xvm of the Con- authority in their respective Counties; and such alstcnt. employee
for a uniform and equal rate of stitution of the State of Florida- be all such taxes collected, forthwith or expenses of aued
taxation, except; that It may providefor amended to read as follows: as may be provided by law. Each Tax I as may be approved by the Budget
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Collector shall collect each tax state- Commissions of such Counties or
special rate or rates on intangibleproperty "Section (I. The term of office for b
Amendment to Article V of the Con- ment In full and shall issue but one t such otner supervisory authority
but such special rate or rates all appointees to fill vacancies In any
stitution of Florida by adding theretoan tax statement, which shall include all I may be established by the Legislature.
shall not exceed two mills on the dollar of the elective offices under this Constitution -
Additional Section Relating to the ad valorem or acreage taxes assessed any general or s
of the assessed valuation of such shall extend only to the first pe-
Election of State Attorneys. Judges of during
any one calendar year upon of this Article
*intangible property; provided ac Tuesday after the first Monday 1n.1&nUUJ'
Criminal Courts ot Becord and County each shall be
parcel of real property. and upon The Legis
to any obligations secured by mort- next after the election andqualification sel-executng
Solicitors (except the Judge and Solicitor each lot of personal property. and all I lature interpre (
gage, deed of trust or other lien the of a successor. gve
of the Court of Record of Es- tax certificates tation to the
shall be Issued to coverall phrases and Sec
Intangible "Section 7. In all of electionto worc.
Legislature may prescribe an cases
cambia County), and Providing for filL taxes tions of this 0
upon parcel of real I and direct their
tax of not more' than two (2)mills fill vacancies In office such elec-
log Vacancies In any of such Offices property for each calendar effect by ,related laws. _
year and I The Legisla
which be tion shall
the dollar shall be for that of the
on part
the First after the shall ba ture
Prior to Tuesday sold by each Collector as Is may by law control the compensation -
payable at the time such mortgage. unexpired term commencing on the
First Monday In January. 1949. by Appointment or may be provided of each
by law. as relatesto t officer and the ex- '
of other lien Is first Tuesday after the first MondayIn
deed trust
or presented
by the Governor and County Taxes. and tax certificates pease and conduct of each office ai-
for said tax to be January next after such election
urination by the Senate.BE not sold. and fected hereoy. and !
by law or foreclosure may abolish fee
Filed In office Secretary of State
in lieu of all other Intangible assessments -
on such obligations. The special IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE June 12. 1943. are converted Into title. may systems where they exist In Dade and I
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be so converted by the respective Orange Counties and mav control all ,
the taxes collected
rate or rates or be by the That Article V of the Constitution of: A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to Counties and the property sold for the fees and charges of offices or offlelals -
therefrom apportioned
may pro rata benefit of each i within each of said
the State of Florida be amended by Interested Counties
Legislature, and shall be exclusive of Section 5. Article VTJI of the
adding thereto an additional sectionto taxing authority: sales shall be made Section 9. Section 20 of Article m.
Constitution of
the State of Florida
all other State. County District be known as Section 47 of said Ar- and penalties and Interest for delinquencies and Section 5. 27 and 30 of Article V.
relating to County Commissioners.
municipal taxes;. and shall prescribe icle. relating to the election of State Imposed as provided by law and Section 6 of Article V. and Section
such regulations as shall secure a just BE IT RESOLVED BY. THE LEGISLATURE -
Attorneys. Judges of Criminal Courtsof for County taxes: each taxing author 5 of Article Consti
valuation of all property, both real OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
Record and County Solicitors (except ity where It has a tax interest. maypurchase tution of the of Forid shall
and personal excepting such property That Section 5 of Article VTH of
the Judge and Solicitor of the property sold, for taxes or on I remain In tu force and
be exempted by law for municipal the Constitution'of the State of Florida
aa may Court of Record of Escambla County) foreclosure and all moneys derived I said said Articles and the
education, literary scientific and the same Is hereby agreed to. and relating to County Commissionersbe from such sales, and from penaltiesand I other provisions of the Constitution
religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of and the same Is hereby amended, Interest shall be collected and I of the State of Florida relating to theoffices

Approved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida, ratification or and as amended Is agreed to and shall distributed pro rata to the respective consolidated by this Article

1943. 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 ol 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 my each

.May 20, 1943. first Monday In November 1944. as follows : of Representatives to be held In according to the proportion of taxes I relate to such offices and system
: 1944 for approval or rejection. That levied by each 0 upon acb parcel or of taxation and fees In Dade and

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys Judges ,Section 5, of Article vTTI. as amended, piece of property involved. Orange Counties. Florida and as tc

.*n Amendment to Article 7. Section 3, of the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: Section 3. Municipalities in each of such offices system and fees within ,

of the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except the Judge "Section 5. There shall be one said Counties may by special election said Counties 1 such Sections and the

Florida, Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Recordof County Commissioner In each of the to be 'held prior to December 31. 1944. Constitution shall be modified and

by Amending Section 3 Escambla County) shall hereafterbe live County Commissioner's districts retain the right to assess and collecttaxes. changed by this Article.
of said Article so as to Designate Os- elected by the qualified electorsof In each county which districts shall .. Upon adoption of this Article Filed In office Secretary o State f
cola and Okeechobee Counties as a their respective Judicial circuits or be numbered one to five Inclusive and any municipal government within the June 10. 1943.A \

Senatorial District. Designate Broward counties as other State and County of- shall be as nearly as possible equalin Counties of Dade and Orange may
County as a Senatorial District and icials are elected. proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15) days JOINT RESOLUTION Propolog' anAmendment

Designate Calhoun and Gull Countiesas "The first election of State Attorneys Board of County Commissioners the notice by publication call a special to Article Vm the Constitution -

a Senatorial District. Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shaH from time election to be participated In by the of the State of Florida Relative -
BE IT EUACTrX BY THE LEGISLATURE Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries'"of such dis qualified freeholders of such municipality to Assessment of Property fo

OF THE STATE OF FLOKIDA. the Judge and Solicitor of the Court tricts. Said County Commissionersshall only. who shall determine bya Taxes and the Collection of Taxes by '

That the following amendment to SectIon of Record of Escambla County) shall be elected by the qualified elect_ majority whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to ,

3 of Article 7 of the Constitutionof be held at the General Election in 1948 ors of said county at the time and hereof be, or not be. effective within Provide that In the County of Hlllsboroush. -

of the State of Florida relative to census to take office the first Tuesday after place of voting for other county officers such municipality. Such freeholders State of Florida the Count

: 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 Asse'the
Oaceola and ukeechobee Counues as for a term of four years. years. Provided that the County Commissioners have such municipality come under: of the County for Purpose of Levy-

L tne thirty-nlntn ((39) senatorial District "The term or tenure of office ot anyone elected from the even numbered aid' :Sections: or bv a like majority of: Ing State. County. School and Municipal -'

: Broward County as the fortieth heretofore or hereafter appointed districts In 1944 shall serve for those voting, determIne that it shall Taxes Levied by the State, County. .

(40) Senatorial District and C: houn to any of the offices herein mentioned two years. those elected In 1944 from not come under said Sections. If by County School Board. School Distrlct.

i: Wand Gulf Counties as the forty-first hall not be extended h rcby. Any the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come. Special Tax School Districts

(ill enatoriai District be and the vacancy In any ,of such offices prIorto for four Years. and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof or if nicipalities of the CountyBE
same is hereby agreed to and shall be said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -

submitted to the electors of Florida Monday in January. 1949. shall be filled that Section n: of Article Vin such election prior to December 31. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:

Jor ratification or rejection at the General by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall cot be affected 1944. then In ,either such event. Sec That the following Amendment to Article -

Election to be held on the nrst confirmation by the Senate as heretofore hereby." tions 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective VIII of the Constitution of the

Tuesday: alter. the _first Monday intxoveiiiuer provided by the Constitution but Filed in office Secretary of State upon such municipality In the event State of Florida relative to the Assess

: J.I'i'i.:: as ULUW. in no 'case for any longer -than -until May 27 1943 any municipality elects not to come. ment and Collection of all taxes in

. ,. Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- under Sections 1 and 2 hereof such the County of Hlllsbcrough State of

: snail 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 add1tona

Jya5. and thooe tnat shall meet every "Any provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6. 7. 8. and 9 of this Article exceptas to be known a 1 .._

.. ten 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 same Is hereb
the representation in the Senate. and ." XX. Sections 1-9 thereof. Relat- taxes In such municipality. which shall agreed to and shall be submitted .

shall provide for forty-one (41) Senatorial Filed In office Secretary of State ncj to the Consolidation of Certain remain as Is now provided by law; Electors of the State of Florida to

; Districts, sucn Districts to be May 18 1943A Offices in the Counties of Dade and provided however that at any general ratification or rejection at the general
as 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 Tues

tlcable. but no Ccu4..y shall be 01- JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in Said Counties for the Combination -' upon petition filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday In November -

vlded in making sucn apportionment. Amendment to Section 12 or the Dec of Assessments and Collec. days prior to such election by ten percent 1944. a follows.Section :
and each District mail nave one Senator aratlon of Rights in the Constitution tions and Equalization of County Municipal of the' freeholders entitled to 11. 1. From and ate Janu-

; Provided that Ooceoia: and Okec- of the State of Florida. Relating to and District Taxes. and Per- vote in such election. the question of ary 1. 1946.. the County or

hobee Counties. Florida shau con- Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrimination.Due mitting Municipal Referendum.. and whether or not such municipality shall in the County ot Hlllsborough. State

( stitute the Thirty-ninth (39th) Senatorial Process of Law, and the Taking the Consolidation of the Office of be bound bv Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida, shall assess all property for

District Broward Coaaty. Flor- of Private Property WlthQut Just Com- County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot. and upon a all State. County School, and Munlcl-

ida shall constitute the Fortieth iOta) jensatlon.. by Providing the Right of that of State Attoorney, and Combining vote to be so bound. such municipality pa taxes to be levied In the Countyby

Senatorial District, and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied the. Clerk of the Criminal and shall thereafter be bound by said Sections the State. County. County Sho

,. 'Gulf Counties. Florida. shall constl- or Abridged on Account of Membership Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector Board School Districts

tute the Forty-first (41stt Senatorial or Non-Membership In any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessor'C School Districts: and Municipalities2. .
-District; and. at the same time the Union or Labor Organization: and Court. and the County Tax Collectors The Legislature shall at the Leg .
.Legislature shall also the and Orange shall Impose no lative Session in 1945 and from
S apportion Providing ,that the Right of Employees BE IT' RESOLVED BY THE: LEGISLATURE Counties
: representation In the House ot Rep to Collectively Bargain Shall Or TilE STATE OP FLORIDA. charge by way of fee or otherwise time thereafter, enact laws specifying
resentatives and shall allow three (3)) Ba Preserved upon the municipalities towns districts the powers functions duties and compensation
That the of the State
-Representatives to each of the five Constitution or other taxing areas within of County Tax designated -
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- of Florida be and the same is hereby
Jiiosc populous
counties. and two (2) said Counties for their services in In paragraph 1 of Section.
FLORIDA amended oy l
'- -Gepretentatlves to each : adding collections of 11. and shall law
or the next making assessments and likewise provide ,by .
: That the following! and amended is to. and
amendment to the to. as agreed
eighteen more populous COUnties. and ad valorem or acreage taxes or otberduties for the extension on the assessment
; Constitution of the State Florida. shall submitted to the electors of
.. =one (1) Representative of here- roll of the of
Tax Assessor
to each of the Imposed or to be imposed County
Section 12 of the Declaration the State Florida for adoption
of Rights ol or
remaining counties 01 the State at under. The Legislature of the Stateof all taxes levied by the State Counts
; .he of said ConstItution. be and the same rejection at the next general electionto
such for School School District
.i11316.Ol apportionment Florida may. by law provide pay County Board.
Is hereby agreed to. and the shall be held the 1944. to-wit:
: should the Legislature same in year
fall to appor ments to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities -
: tion the representation in the Senate be submitted to the qualified elect- ARTICLE XX Counties In an amount not to exceed .

-. and In the House of RepresentatIves. ors of or the rejection Slateof Florida for ratification Section 1. That on and after mid- one per cent of collections made and Section 12. 1. From and after January -
.. at
.at any regular session of the Legislature General Election. that the next ensuing night, December 31st. 1944. the County paid by the Collector to each taxing 1. 1946. The County Tax Collectorin
is to that
- at any of the times herein des-. Section 12 of the Declaration say. Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade authority to cover all costs of collection the County of Hlllsborough. State of
-Ignated. it shall be the duty of the of the Constitution of Rights and Orange State of Florida. and assessment Incurred bv the I.10rida shall collect all taxes levied in
of the State of shallI
or Legislatures
succeeding 'londa. be amended each become and be the I respective Counties by the State. Count
zither such regular In session of the Legislature. follows: so as to read as all property in their respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Board School Districts. I
Special or Regviar! session to shall after that Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities -
apportion the "Section 12. No person shall be subject Counties and they : expiration of the term of the County:
f' r Senate and in representation In the to be twice jut In Jeopardy for date make all assessments of ad Tax Collectors of the CountIes of Dadeand .
sentatives the House ol Repre- the same offense nor compelled in any valoiem and acreage taxes and other Orange. State of Florida for 2. The Legislature hall at the Legillative \

: preceding as nereiD provided. Tne criminal case to be a witness against taxes that are or may be imposed upon which said Collectors have been elect Session of 1945 and from time

State Census.regular Federal or regular himself nor be deprived ot life liberty real or personal property or their use. ed as' of the date of January 1st. 1945. to time thereafter enact laws specifying

.i been taken whichever shall have or property without due process including by way of a single valuation the duties imposed upon the County the powers functions duties aridcompensation

I:' of Representatives nearest any apportionment of law: nor shall private property be all assessments upon property for each I Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade of County Tax Collector

r In the House ol in the Senate and taken without Just compensation, The municipality town. district or otherSpeClaJ and Orange by law and this ArticleV designated in paragraph 1 ot th'! Section -
Representatives shall L dIstrIct. in Dade and I 12. and shall likewise provideforthe
..' control in right of persons to work shall not be taxing shall be assumed and taken
L L ,, In the making such apportioament denied or abridged on account ol mem Orange Counties Such ad valorem L the respective Clerks of the Circufe collection care custody reportingand
r. snail fall to event the Legislature. aershlp or non-membership in any assessments shall be subject to review Court in and for Dade and Orange disbursement of all taxes collected
-: reapportlon the representa- and the County Board L bv the County Collector
: lion In the labor: union or labor organization: equalization by Counties who shall then Tax .
p- -"this Legislature as required by provided that this clause shall not be of Equalization or each County. which over the books. funds. and accountsof Filed In office Secretary a Star -

0, :anent amendment(and such before its adjourn- construed to deny or abridge the riehtof in each County shall consist of the several the Collector for each County ana June 14. 1943

f so called for extraordinary session, employees by and through a labor Countv Commissioners and one who thereafter shall be known The votes cast In compliance with said
"be limited to reapportionment shall not. organization or labor union to bar ain member appointed from and bv each I termed as both the "Clerk of the Circuit proposed amendments. and the canvass
expire at the end of collectively with their employer municipality or town in each County Court" and "Tax Collector" of declarations and returns t"r.t. shall b
twenty days
:' : portlonment Is or at all. until reap- Filed in office Secretary of State having a population ot more than the respective County for which hIs e subjected to the sarrq as :
t- Blder eflected. and shall con. Mav 8. 1943 3.000 at the last census: 'said Board I Clerk. provided by law for general electon in ..
no business
"enpportlonment" other than such of Equalization shall otherwise be governed Section 6. On and after the expiration the State of Florida.

.. Should this by the geaeral law from time of the terms of the County IN TESTIMONY WilERFOF.I .
;. in the General amendment be ratified A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an I to time in force oertalnin to the Solicitors of Dade and Orange Counties. have hereunto set my *
r- Election in 1944 special Amendment to Section 24 of Article equalization or taxes; proVided.. Florida. for which thev shall be each] hand and affixed th? Great
: elections shall be called within ninety in or the Constitution of the Stateof Countv evenI serving at the time this Article is 'SEAL Seal of the State of FI.-:fda.

L:.., uays thereafter; for the election ol Sen Florida. Relating to Uniform County 0 ;\ tYoin3.mb or Jess may appoint adopted the State Attorneys of Dade at Tallahassee, the Capital
ators in the
p.- Thirty-ninth (39th), and Municipal Government and the an additional member who i and Orange Counties respectively. 8h Vtame(40thl shallI
and Forty-first 41st;) Classification of Cities and Towns' be or become a part of the I be and become the Prosecuting Officers A. D. 1944
Senatorial Districts. In such special BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Equalization for the purpose of equalization of all the Criminal Courts of A. GRAY.
: Uec'is the Son.-(".!'* in the Thirty OF TIlE ., .; R
STATF OF FLORIDA: of taxes as respect any prop- Dade and Orange Counties. respective / : Secretary of Stat



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