The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/01019
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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 27, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:01019
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I sugar Cane Harvest Starts WednesdayI.

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National War Fund, :Labor Outlook '

I. Gets Bird's-Eye I Quota For Clewiston BrighterAnd

I View Of Starch Plant Is Set At $1200The Big Crop Expected :

National War Fund quota for ..
0 Clewiston has been set at $1200 and

Estimates Construction Cpl. Enloe Stationed Elbert L. Stewart has been named ,Dance Wednesdav r Sugar House Will Begin '"
chairman of the drive to raise this

About Sixty Per Cent At Dalhart, TexasARMY fund for carrying oil a great varietyof ,At Cadet Club \ Operations Friday .

benefits for the boys in the ..;
Complete On ProjectLast services. : Of Next Week
AIR FIELD, DALHART, The Cadet Club held its regular
Although the is scheduled tend
TEXAS. Cp!. L. S. Enloe, of Felda, .dance on Wednesday night for RAF
Monday 'afternoon this writer very shortly Miv Stewart states The sugar harvest season of
Field. The.
cadets stationed at Riddle
auto mechanic at the DalhartAir
after is an that he has not been able heretofore '1944-45 will next
trudged manfully; up flight get underway
Field Texas. hostesses were Mrs. E. J. Smith,
flight of concrete steps and a few Enloe.attended the Clew- to accomplish anything; toward: Mrs. J. D. Leftwich and Mrs. Gene Wednesday morning, November 1,
more flights of steel steps through' Corporal raising of the, quota and is askingfor Powers, recreation chairman. and grinding operations should be- "
iston high school, and was employedas
the center of the concrete water volunteer workers to canvass the Due to the Hallowe'en Carnivaland gin at the sugar house next Fridav,
auto mechanic before enter-
tank at the Barracks and finally an town and raise this quota. ,' dance which is being held Sat- November 3, it was announced yes- ,
the He had been stationed -
-emerged on the observation platformat ing army. This was formerly known as thaI : will terday by Jay W., Moran, executive .'
at Blanding, Florida, At- urday night, the Cadet Club not
the top, 'completely winded but USO fund but now combines USO I vice-president of the United States "!
I be opened that evening.
lantic City, New Jersey, Jefferson
happy that I could observe, at long ; I activities with a number of other activities Sugar Corporation.
Another dance will be held the I 1
Barracks Missouri, and in the
last, the entire starch plant construction I which have done a great anda I This is the latest starting date of .
following Wednesday evening
Caribbean theatre of operations for I
: program at a glance and deal to keep up the morale of our large attendance of the town girlsis the past four years and the slight :;

... have a person like Fred Davis, about to a Dalhart.CROWNING year before. being transferred fighting men. Fifty' cents from expected. delay, Mr. Moran stated, is warranted ..,
throughly familiar with the project, every resident of Clewiston will put in view of improvement in

explain it to me. this drive far' over the top and if a j' the labor supply for the current sea- ",:

Our attention was first directedto : worker does not call on you very son. The later starting date will ,.
the water treatment plant just OF KINGS shortly leave your contribution at TIGERS TAKE WORST also tend to result ina slightly:

south of the water towar where the bank. ; I greater aggregate yield( of SugarT .,

workmen were placing steel in read- I Last season and the ?reason before ;r
iness for the pouring of the roof of AND QUEENS IS HIGH ,DOG LICENSE DELINQUENT, DEFEAT OF SEASON| harvest operations began on October '1

one ,structure. This building, we I 1 28 and in the season preceding cut- '.:

are told, is the main water filer: LIGHT OF CARNIVALHighlighting Owners of dogs in the communityare AT DANIA ON FRIDAYThe i ting of cane began on October 22. "
building where half of the water warned that licenses are now delinquent ,9[ The growth and stand of cane at 'jI 1 1i

supply received from the lake and that after November 1any I I this time, Mr. Moran said, is better ':.

through the long pipe-line is taken. the Hallowe'en Car-I dog at large without a tag will J Clewiston---Tigers suffered I than the 1943-44 crop and the cor- i;
The other half of the water goes directly -. be impounded. The impounding II'poration has every reason to anticipate >
nival to be held at the school grounds their worst defeat of the current I
to the starch plant for wash- fee and license will then be requiredto an increase in sugar produc- ,
will be I football when they bowed to
tomorrow (Saturday) night season '1 ,
recover the dog. The city does I
ing operations. \ the fish dinner to be served on the a much stronger -Dania' eleven last'; .'
not want to pick up anyone's pet but The recent hurricane centered
East of this filter building are grounds at a nominal cost and the Friday'night by a score of 31-0. The!
are insistant that a license be ob- some distance from corporation properties -
seven circular concrete structures, coronation of the carnival King and 11 game was played at Hollywood. .!
tained. resulted in only very slight .
part of which are water tanks and Queen. The Dania eleven, featuring the '
effects upon the cane fields in the :
part have other purposes. The, wa- In addition there will be a num- running of Louis Taylor and Bobby' westernmost plantations. Some cane
ter which goes into the filter building her of booths with of 'chance, Ratliff and some beautiful block-!
i games was blown down, which is not unusual -
'is treated with alum .and lime thrills, fortune telling and other 'A' BOOK RENEWALS ing, scored in every period. Due,j, in winds of considerable less

and then is pumped into one series I I things which go to make up an interesting perhaps, to the fact that little ,prac-!' intensity and there was a negligible 'I>

of these tanks where it is put through;I carnival promising plenty SHOULD APPLIED i Rice I had been ,obtainable during the!I II uprooting of' stalks in some areas. "
accelators 'and'the majority of the BE because of storm conditions!
.,....... of fun for every member of every I Such damage as has been observedwill ",
f 'sludge itr epc&Jtedr; -rt' "iz."'than rep, family attenfilRgv-' '<.-'.wi- the blocking,; tackling and' r below not result in any ,Joss for .all of :
turned to another part of the filter shown by theTigers' was far '
The coronation of ,the king and FOR BY THURSDAYC. the cane will be recovered.A .
building for further filtering and queen for the group' from, Grade, 1 what they had shown in the Stuart very favorable factor the pie
chlorination. It is then into and Moore Haven games They were I '
pumped through' Grade 6 will take: place at ture for the forthcoming harvest,
the largest of these ground storage the school grounds at 7:30 m., unable to gain through the strong!
p. E. Miner, chairman of the Mr. Moran says, is the increased supply -
tanks and then int othe main Dania line and completed only two
i with t
Beardsley acting as. mas- Clewiston Rationing Board, states j of labor through the employment
i water tower which will furnish water -( ter of ceremonies and C. E. Miner that renewals of basic "A" books: short: passes. I of Jamaicans supplied through con-
I for both the starch and sugar making the presentation. Immedia- will begin next week. Dania scored two touchdowns' In tracts with the War Foods Administration -

1-I plants. Immediately south of the tely following the coronation there Application blanks will be dis- the first quarter and one each in the I I some domestic workers

filter building are storage_sheds for will be a costume parade and prizes tributed among all of the filling other three periods. They 'made who are at present with the corpora-
::1 storing chlorine and sulphur dioxide ,will be awarded the best costumesfor stations: and in offices. These ap- only one try for extra point! suc-l j tion, others who expect to return for

I', in tanks, for phases of the water pre-school children, children in plications must be properly filled in cessful. I ithe harvest and the contingent of

,I treatment. On south of these sheds I'' grades one through three and chil- and must be accompanied by; the | The Clewiston line-up was: Pape, \war prisoners who occupy one of the

.J are two circular tanks which are dren in grades four through six. I backs of the old "A" books, proper-j.lie; Holland, re; Torbert, It; Sims, ;' plantation villages. Forces for the
used for the preparation of milk of Presentation will be made by the I ly signed and the old tire inspection j art; Blount, ]Ig; Beardsley, rg; Bol- sugar house and other operations!

"a lime which is used in the starch reigning nobles. :i record. These should be attached j ton, center; McLeod, Martinez, _Sullivan {are adequate and things look much'

manufacturing process. .Each room supports two candidates to the application and be mailed orj and Waldron, backs. i more favorable from the standpointof

., Across the sugar mill highway to one for king and one for brought 'to> the office of the local labor than for either of the two

the J west the three story wet building queen, and votes are one cent eachto rationing board by next Thursday. I Tigers To PlaySt. previous seasons.In .
or the main structure in the be applied to both the candidates. Mr. Miner asks that the applicants' commenting on the labor situ
age tanks and then into the main Thursday morning the fourth grade give their correct mailing addressas Peter and PaulThe ation Mr. Moran stated that the work ,

rapidly nearing completion of con- candidates, John DeValcourt and the new "A" books will be mail- of the German war prisoners, who
trete floors and roof and walls will Sue Cornette, were leading with ed directly to applicant. The ration Clewiston Tigers will play a occupy the Liberty Point Village, ,

I h;' soon be started. Just south of this 3215 votes followed by the first office will be closed Friday and Sat- home game next Friday night I has been entirely satisfactory. ,j
It! -building another smaller building grade candidates Bobby Cothernand urday in 'order to process and mail against St. Peter and Paul Acad- j Approximately 3,000 Jamaicans :

\ just now getting well underway. Betty Ann Sellers, with 2252 these new1 coupon books so that they emy of Miami. Kick-off is scheduled I are being brought in for work in the '.i

i 'f This is the potato handling building votes. The contest closes at five will be' received by applicants by the at 8:15.SSgt. I cane fields this season. '\1 1I \

f1 f' which houses the scales the railroad o'clock Saturday afternoon due date November 9. I I ;
1 ;, car dumping and Coronation of the king and I Hub -
, ,* queen Amos Thomas, colored schoolteacher Spooner ; T-Sgt. Leroy Hare
the soaking bins. Rotary washers I I (Continued on Page 10))
at the Harlem school, will
are to be installed close to the have application blanks for colored Recovering In Georgia I At Miami BeachMIAMI

handling building and from there I Mrs. .''Mary Kettl DiedIn /
applicants, and John J. Kettl will !I
the potatoes will be carried to the have a supply of the applications at THOMASVILLE, Ga.-Staff Ser- I BEACH, Fla., Oct. 26 -
third floor of the wet building which Orlando Last WeekMrs. the sugar house. I jgeant Hub. Spooner, son of Mr. and T-Sgt. Leroy Hare, 22, of Clewiston,

will house the grinders and vibrating All applications received by the Mrs. J. E. Spooner, Pahokee, Fla.. is.1| Fla., has arrived at Army Air Forces

screens for separating the starch Mary Kettl, 77, formerly of board after next Thursday will be recovering at Finney General Hospital Redistribution Station No. 2 in Miami

;,. from other' products. On the second Clewiston, passed away on Wednes- handled by clerks only after other from wounds received onNormandy's Beach for reassignment processingafter
floor will be various beaches on D day. I
centrifiguls for day afternoon at two o'clock at the work is completed.Convention I completing a tour of duty out-
washing and Sergeant Spooner, with the assault -
semi-drying or"the Orange General Hospital in Orlandoas side the continental United States.
starch and on the wound floor will engineers was helping clear Medical examinations and classi-
the result of a paralytic stroke
be tanks for ReportAt the beach of obstacles when his ve- I
storage suffered the previous Friday.; She interviews at this post, one
tanks, chemical treatment tanks, had suffered a previous illness of I Kiwanis Meeting hicle _was hit, so he "didn't get a of three redistribution stations oper-
offices and chemical chance to stay in the fight' very ..
I I' laboratory. brief duration in September. : ated by the AAF Personnel Distri
From the wet building the long." That night he was on his bution
I' starch I ternment was at Eustis on Command for AAF returnee
'r 1 and the pulp are carried on separate Survivors are three In-I G. E, Etherton, president, and I way back to England with other I officers and enlisted men, will de-

t conveyors to the drier building, the Mrs. George A. Yon, of W, N. Martin, secretary, reported to wounded being evacuated. j i termine his new assignment. He
,. } foundation of which has recently Florida, Mrs Alfred the local Kiwanis Club Wednesday I Shrapnel from a' German 88 hit j will remain here about two weeks

t been poured and is located just east waukee, Wis., and Mrs zellwood'i Kiwanis Convention j Sergeant Spooner, who says as far I much of which will be devoted to
t. of the wet building. The starch per of Los Angeles, Calif., night on the as he knows: his tank;:: was "the first j i iI rest and recreation.
: and the pulp here which they attended last week in to hit the beaches. i ii I''
are dried in'sepa- 'son, John G. Kettl, of Clewiston. [ I Technical Sergeant Hare, a B-17
' :;' '4 rate driers. Just north of this Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kettl left I Tampa as delegates I.. of the Clewiston j I i "I received first aid as quick as I Flying Fortress radio operator and

II I,: building is the scale house and the for Orlando Wednesday on receipt club. j 1| was possible, and I salute and say gunner, flew 30 missions during six
starch and the pulp are carried from I of the news and returned home fol- The convention was highlightedby j I| thanks to the Medical Department months in the European theater of
c the drier building to large storage lowing the funeral. I frequent conferences, executive j I| soldiers and the nurses. They're operations, winning the Distinguish..
"tanks on the top of this building. sessions and general gettogetheraccording i I,I doing a swell' job" ed Flying Cross and' the Air Medal
Here the starch and pulp are auto- to their reports. The i My driver was another Florida boy, with three oak leaf clusters.
matically packed and weighed for Four To Blanding: ; I principal address was made by "'aiIter I James C. Boyette, of Homestead. Son of Mrs. Maude Hare of Clew-

i shipment and the filled bags pass on One For Induction J. Matherly dean of the University ,' He was injured and evacuated too iston, he graduated from Clewiston
a conveyor to the storage warehouse I of Florida's College of Busi- Sergeant Spooner trained at Camp. High School in 1939.
where they are loaded aboard cars. ness Administration. Both reports I Blanding, Fla., and went overseas in _- --
This!' warehouse is a handling room Raymond Maynard left on Tues- stressed th'e worthwhile and inter-I'' December of 1943. He. served in ARM INJURE/

rather than a storage house for it is day of last week for Camp Blanding esting. aspects of the Englan'd prior to D day.
paid that it will hold only' a portion : for induction into the armed serv- Following the reports CPO R. R. Sergeant Spooner wears the Pur- Mrs. Rose Hoffman suffercl a
of one day's production. .I ices.At Hooks, home on furlough from SeaBee nle Heart for injuries 'received in severely bruised and lacerated left
Between the warehouse and the the same time John William duty in the Southwest Pacific battle. arm one day last 'week when it was

.. vet building will be the employees Himrod, Philip Evan McLeod and answered at l few questions about his Before, entering the service he caught in the wringer of her wash-
building which will house locker Seldon Phoenix Easterly were sent experiences1 there. CPO Wilbur was an, automobile dealer at Clewis- ing machine. She was given first
rooms, showers cafeteria, etc. up for pre-induction physical exam- Goff and :U. T. Koch were also I ton, Fla, and he was graduated from aid at the local -hospital and is now

f (Continued on Page 4) inations. All three were accepted. 1 guests of the. club. I Pahokee High School in 1934 much improved. -

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Life Insurance.Policies hIL4L L!! Leave It to the Irishman

Auctioned Off in LondonFor QUEENS LDyIE'r To Find a Bright Side -

:years in London, many a ":' :;, : -._ Two Irishmen, employed in a > :
person wishing to cash his life in- ----.;;..... stone quarry, were blasting with
surance policy has put it up at a @.WHIT& 2..atep.4i:& W.N.U.TEATURES I dynamite when one of them was
monthly auction where it may I killed by an unexpected ex-
bring from 5 to 20 per cent more THE STORY THUS FAIt: Lieut Col. I But of course his figures could bea : patrolling carrier fighter will defen; : plosion. His mate was given the
Frank Kurtz, pilot of Flying Fortress little out maybe the wind drift its mother
or Because
than its surrender value, says Collier's. ,- ship. every car unpleasant task of conveying the
"The Swoose, tells of that fatal day
detail about it would change-you,never know. The rier-based fighter knows that once news to the
Every ex- newly created widow.
when the Japs struck In the Philippines,
Pacific is too big a place to take his carrier is hit and the waves be- Slowly and
cept the name and address of the killing eight of his men and demolish thoughtfully he
insured (which are never disclosed ing Old 99, with many other Forts, be. chances in, as Eddie Rickenbacker'sparty gin to sweep over that long flight plodded to her home.
) is furnished by the auc- fore It could get off the ground. After found out. So after we'd been deck, and one end of her hoists up in "Mrs. Flanagan," he began,
tioneer.As escaping to Australia what Is left of out five hours we got the island on the air, then he's out in the big sky when she opened the door, "isn't'
the 19th Bombardment Group files to the radio, and asked them to giveus by his lonesome-no pontoons, noth- it today the collector will be calling :
successful bidder be-
the -
Java, where they defend the Island untilIt searchlights, just so we wouldn't ing to do but sink into the sea when for your husband's life insur-
comes the beneficiary and respon- falls. U. S. fliers evacuate to Australia miss their little pinpoint in the his tanks are dry. Those Zeros will ance payment?"
sible for all further premium pay- to carry on the war from there. From dawn."We'd.
come screaming in to hit from "Sure
me it is
ments, he thus gambles that the Its base in North Australia the 19th, plus ( but what is that to .
flown without change of almost any cloud. Since I can'tmake I ?", ,...
the 7th, paste New Guinea and New Brit you replied Mrs. Flanagan.
face value of the policy will greatly
course for five hours. Now Harry bomb
a run, must get "Then 'tis
ain Islands. Red Varner, Swoose crew yourself that be
his. investment in its can
exceed pur- took his final shots and started quick!, .
chief, tells of a close call, with the gen. we snapping your'fingers'at him the
chase premiums. eral aboard. He had to hug the groundto down the line to that island. Harry "But now, over the interphones, man responded cheerfully.
prevent being dive-bombed. had said six hours-it took us just comes a shout-they've spotted an-
five hours and fifty-seven minutes. other carrier. I look and see it too.
TRY CHAPTER XXIII The island was an atoll around a Then another! And now-my God, it Ill-Fated
ROLINE shallow basin where Navy PBY fly- can't be, but it is-four! It makes -us Chesapeake Has

Wi "So the Major started out then on ing boats could light. The atoll is frantic we. haven't, got something to No Namesake in
HAIRTONIC-25* an ordinary box-search problem, two feet above high tide at its high plunk through those smooth flight Navy ,

trying to find this Cloncurry:'-'you fly point. On one side are labor con- decks into their engine rooms, and
so many minutes north, and then struction tents, a cantonment build- maybe blow a few square yards,out .Owing to the misadventures of
AT FIRST east, and then south, and then west, ing for the tiny garrison, ack-ack, I of the bottom of their hulls! x. the first American naval vessel to i

SIGN OF A 1.1)\ and then, lengthening your time, I. searchlights, and even a tiny movie I "Only we now grow cold, because be called the Chesapeake, the U. S.
north again, and so on. We kept theater. On the other side is the where are the escorting fighters? We navy has never given this name to
0 this up for quite a while, but no landing strip. I'll swear Harry must can't speed up, because they shouldbe another combatant ship, says Col-
Cloncurry, and our gas was runningout. have navigated not for the island, I up ahead, but they might show lier's. In 1807 the captain of this
uSE666 I'll say this, though, the Major but for that landing strip itself. up any place-come< leaping up at frigate, unprepared to fight, struck
sure wasn't running short of advice. "As we climbed out of the Swoose, us out of this fleecy blanket of,over- his flag and allowed his vessel to

Cold Preparations as directed What with his cockpit full of air gen- the island garrison asked, us, very cast like dolphins jumping,.throughthe be searched after being fired upon.
erals of all nations, he had plenty of excited, 'Did you see anything?' foam. by H.M.S. Leopard.

that, and every different kind you When we said we hadn't, they went "Down there are not only four Again in 1813, the crew of the

FOR QUICK RELIEF can imagine-they all knew just off by themselves, whispering. I carriers but a gang of other stuffa Chesapeake, unwilling to continuea
what to do. wanted to know what was up, so I fog of destroyers, at least fifteen battle, surrendered and the ship
"The trouble was, every time he asked their Colonel. Told him we cruisers, and thundering big bat- was captured by the HM.S.: Shan- f"
paced from the nose of the plane were on an important mission our- tleship. Only as a bomber: pilot I'm non.
A Soothing S A LV back to the tail, it would throw the selves-had a top-ranker aboard- fixed on those carriers enormous
ANTISEPTIC plane out of balance, and Frank and what did he expect here at this brutes. Too enormous. Say, what's
Used for by 40 thousands with satisfactory remits here would have to trim ship, in atoll? going on? Because Jap carriers are o 1t..,At&t ..s.dte.r.8..r..d.. ..
years-six valuable
Get Carboil at drug stores or ingredients. write addition to all the questions he wasanswering. 'Trouble,' he said. Looking at little devils-yo. can, hardly pack
: Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn. ; I guess this pacer had his little setup, I couldn't help think- forty planes into them, while these I-.
never thought of that. ing of those poor guys who were might hold double that; like our best
I "By this time Frank had decided overwhelmed on Wake Island. But ones. Now wait. Maybe we're too Q ;: _"

UALLIN"-FAGGEDOUT? the only thing to do was to makea the Colonel wasn't sure what kind of low 'and these just look big, but f ", ,
forced landing, so he was leaningover trouble was coming. He only knew no-I glance at the altimeter and VO U ;,
the side trying to pick a spot." we're at T500. "
Do feel "aU in" and ready to sleep orders had mysteriously come put OWE \
like to "Now I was getting the jumps, the "So they're ours! This big paradeof
after a day's work? Would you ting Navy patrol planes on "
get rid of that tired feeling and join In for even if the Major is the best pilot extra-long hours, doubling shifts. surface strength is us Ameri- t) YOUR Q !'

the fun-have abundant pep and vital. in the business, a crash landingis Somewhere, somebody was certainly -' cans! I change course just the same
ity? Maybe system lacks certain CHILD
:your ; <
for old-timers. So ;J;
elements such as Iron, Iodine Calcium no joke, even on the lookout for something, and -30 degrees, swinging wide of this
and Vitamin B-l the so-called "pep" I[ grabs this pacing guy and 'Now those poor devils had to sit on that big naval parade, because we can same chest rub used when
vitamin. VTTA-BERLES. the high-po- look,' I says to him. 'You may car- atoll and guess what it ,might be. take no chances on their air patrol. :
treatment combining all these elements
tency plenty of rank on your shoulders, Even American carrier
ry an fighter,
and providing 1500 USP units of "It didn't smell good. We gassedup I1ULE1S
vitamin B-1 daily may be just what you but to this pilot you're just two, hun- when he sees a bomber over his
and out forty-five minutes later -
need for a happier, healthier, romantic dred pounds of ballast. So now you mother ship, should shoot first and
; life especially if you're over 40.-Try just as it was cracking dawn.
shifting around-you
quit get
on ask questions later. We don't wantto
VITA-BERLES today. Just $1.00 a box the equatorial front had
By now,
back there and sit down. And
r at your druggist or order direct from dissolved into tangle with Grummans."We CATCH COLD
a spotted ceiling. I
herded him back to the end
VITA.BERLES SALES CO. very we'd been going hour swing out wide and away, : .
2175 Station U Cleveland, Ohio. of the,plane, and pushed him down, suppose an but with what a different feeling! .
when, through a hole in this ceiling, Wonderful for Grown-ups, Too! "i I
parachute and all, on that little seat. "Well, I guess that's about all,.
out suddenly popped four or five Whenever the Dionne Quintuplets catch f,
"Well I pushed him down the
on except on our homeward trip, we
ships down on the wrinkled sea. ButI cold-their chests throats and backs"s
. seat, and in,about a minute, there could only look at of them. cracked the' transPacific' record are immediately rubbeoSvithHIusterole. .:'
was quite a bump, but still it was a one wide open.: The old Swoose, with Musterole brings such prompt relief ,
perfect three-point, landing. In four "Now you think you're a man, her war-worn motors, made it from from coughs sore throat,aching muscles ',' .;,.
of chest colds because
r. seconds the Major had her rolling with everything under control, yet Brisbane to San Francisco in thirtysix just an ordinary "salve." MORE It's what than so
smooth. The ground was soft. I'm telling you I reacted to this one hours ten minutes flying time, many Doctors and Nurses call a modern F-,
Twenty-five tons is a lot of bomber the way a fox terrier does to a rat. the only one of the original 35 on counter-irritant. It actually helps breakup

MANY DOCTORS > >. and her wheels began to sink in Because it was a whopping aircraft Clark Field to see home again." nose congestion and throat.in upper Buy bronchial Musterole tract for
t -about six inches, But the Major carrier! And after Java and the your family! ,;.

RECOMMEND [ could sense this, so he gave gas to Philippines, say 'carrier' to a pilot, "When they said long distancewas IN 3 STRENGTHS: Children's Mild ,
all four engines to keep her rolling, and he steadies everything for his calling from San Francisco, of Musterole, Regular and Extra Strong. '
TNiSTON1C and taxied her up to high ground bomb run, tense as a violin string, course that didn't mean anything to
y hard enough to hold her up. hoping his bombardier has the hair- me," said Margo. "With two brothers :'!
"We got out. Pretty soon Aus- lines of his bomb sight crossed on in the Air Corps, one in bom-
tralian ranchers begin crawling out its flight deck just over the engine bardment and one in pursuit, it
of holes in the ground-I don't know room. It's like a bird dog pointing might be either one. Then 'I heard "'v ,I
If You"Tire Easily",have low resistance to where else they came from-and: quail, with his tail tip quivering. Frank's own'voice saying 'Margo?'
colds and minor ills-due to lack of the right away Lieutenant Commander Only, after half a second, I'm a Because I hadn't heard any over-
"' :vital Elements-natural A & D Vitaminstry Johnson gets busy. He begins to man again and can think, can remember seas operators, or any censor clicking -

taking good-tasting Scott's Emulsion get acquainted. They tell him wherewe we haven't any bombs. in, I knew he must be here in
daily the year around! National survey are and some of them go off to "Then comes reaction number the States. For the first time could

.shows nany doctors recommend get a truck to take us into town I two. No bombs, but what about the cry on the phone It's nice to
, a Scott's to help build up resistance, bring where we can telephone, and more carrier's covering fighters? You talk be strong, but so much more fun to r
back energy and stamina! Buy Scott's keep coming, and Johnson is shak- about a mother tiger fighting for her let down when you' can, and I did." /
today-at all druggists! ing hands all around, and he comes II young-that's nothing, to the, way a (THE END)
IT'S GOOD-MgflGItl back and tells us these are real
folks-the best darn folks in the

world, except maybe the folks in his

0 own Texas. ....
"Listening to him made us all 11i1Z

l o homesick," said Frank "so .! suppose r41r
l'I I I it was a good' thing we got r Ec
suddenly ordered back to the Statesat
the end of the month. In a curi-

ous way I was ready now to come. 4I

WI jSu# A? I'd, turned 'it down before, because 1 ,
, after we were thrown out of Javawe "
t: <\W fOR MIROI lilts IID Pill /f all had that sick feeling-trying flk'

t j RHEUMATISMUrge to hold onto something that was ..
t. t "i NEURITIS.LUMBAGO slipping away in spite of everythingyou .oTIa ,
did. -

"But now it was different. In CLEOPATRA
.' Australia and that island chain ". ,
f above we were getting firmly set, 'QUEEN OF EGYPT, SO
1 the way we should have been in the CAPTIVATED MARK ANTONY

r Philippines and Java, and didn't THAT HE OFFERED HER HIS
/ -
.h, Bottle!!IKU'imiMj'122-! Small Size 60c have time. s .h e-.Ln WHOLE ROMAN EMPIRE
CWIOK: (U OUT IS DIRECTED* "But we'd had it now, and knew
, IT III GOOD DRUE WRC ir II Mil.recent if price how to use it. ,Best of all, we were -
j McHCIl 8886 CO..In.JltneiHUE 4. FLORA finally getting some fighting equip-
ment, not just production figures.So r THIS FAMOUS r

even though we were soaking up MODERN MAIDIS
plenty of heavy punches in the island A SYMBOL OF

SICK IS" chain, we_ were sure now we THE PURITY AND I-
could at least hold them. But as WHOLESOME'GOODNESS
. yet I hadn't dared hope for much OF

, more. 1 NU'MMD. THE
SYOMAcI% ? "Only now I come to the thing G 9a ONLY MARGARINE ,-
which at last changed that, becauseI CERTIFIED BY ITS ,
I had to see before I could believe F
! rp !1 1Jud'.u. it. I 1 :
a : : M "It happened out on that long r'r
1> trans-Pacific trail where we've almost -
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worn ruts in the sky betweenthe .' I
Stomach queasy,uneasy and upset? States and Australia. It was Atyourlable.viJaonlymargaiinelhat'sptainly
Quiet and calm it with soothing like this. We were !letting down for labeled "Table-Grade." That'a NtJ-MAID, 4
PEPTO-BISMOL. Helps bring prompt one of the island steppingstoneswhich famous for its
'relief to sour, sickish, upset stom- according to Harry's naviga- 4 4 sweetchurned*
ach-acts to retard gas formationand O >
fresh flavor.I :
tion should be
simple diarrhea. Pleasant-tast- somewhere ahead of /
ing. Non-laxative. Ask your drug. us. It was very early in the morn- rSAQ /
tist for PEPTO-BISMOL when your ing. Harry's the best navigator in
stomach is upset. the business, and he had said we

A NORWICH PRODUCE should be in there six hours from .tT 1
\t the time we left the last island.

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Imagine a pearl so large that if g & 1 A quiz with answers offering ?
dropped on your head from a SUNDAY 1
h.+ height of six feet it would crush [Lesson NO TIlER information on various subjects zhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhl
your skull. Such a pearl was .
brought from the Philippine Islands By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. ?
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. hhhhhhhhhhhhhr
where it was found insidean GE SCREEF 10 Released by Western Newspaper Union.
+ The Questions story of Barbara Fritchie and the
immense shell fish called the
Tridacna. It weighs 14 poundsand By VIRGINIA VALE Lesson for October 29
is nine inches long and five Released by Western Newspaper Union.IT'S 1. What is a milliard?
and a quarter inches thick. It is news when Elaine Carl 2. What is a lee tide? The Answers ,
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
easily the largest pearl ever found, writes a new radio: and copyrighted: by InternationalCouncil 3. What lake in the United States -
yet has no value except as a curiosity serial. So "Rosemary "I permission.of Religious Education; used by has no inlet or outlet? 1. A thousand million.
for only a giant could wear 4. What was Tokyo formerly 2. One running in the same, direction
heard NBC at 11:15 a. m..
such a gem. over THE CHRISTIAN MOTIVE called? as'the wind blows. ,

The world's largest opal was recently EWT, is certainly news. Mrs. FOR LIVING 5. Is cement the same- as con- 3. Crater Lake, Oregon.

discovered in the United Carrington sort of regrets International Temperance Sunday crete? I 4. Yeddo (up to 1869).

States. It is what is called a "Rosemary's" schedule, be- 6. In South Africa what is a 5. No. Cement is but one of the .

"' ... black opal, is flawless, but con cause she liked "Vick and LESSON TEXT-Psalm 4:58; Luke 4:4; kraal? ingredients of concrete.
John 6:35: ; Romans 12:1, 2; 131214. 7. A of lions is called 6. A
tains no less than 21 cubic inchesof Sade, which it replaces. Mrs. I group village of natives.
GOLDEN TEXT-Seek those things which
what? 7. A
material. Carrington was known as a brilliantly are above.-Colossians 3:1.: pride.
successful fiction writer before 8. What poet immortalized the 8. John Greenleaf Whittier.

she turned to radio; her "Pepper Disciplined living should be the

Young's Family" and "When a Girl goal of each of us. Life is not to be

Marries" are tops in daytime lived carelessly, influenced by
serials. But she is essentially a chance events or passing impulses.

family woman; her two children and Such discipline of life would keep
WONDER /YAll 54Y47
her husband are far more importantto men from the temptations which No ,

Home{ Remedy her than her career. That may 'lead them into intemperance and

be one reason why her serials are
\ For Relieving Miseries ofCIllJYSCOLDS so beloved. sin.A life can be properly disciplined, / 1 ucgyi1,\\

----;"oIt's only as it is controlled by Christian

actresses like Betty Winkler motives. Such a life has- BERT:

who are really right for radio; too I: Spiritual Gladness (Ps. 4:5-8). Those rolls smell j i r7
so good, I just can't wait
... The modern external treatment most often, the famous ladies of the The psalmist had faced the distressing for supper! Imagine a girlas ,, ;1 ,
young mothers use to relieve discomforts screen who take to the air sound questioning of men who pretty as_you being such -
-. of children's colds ,too mannered, too affected. Betty's derided him for his faith. They were a wonderful cook, too!

,. muscular soreness or -a veteran; she played leading roles unbelievers who demanded of him ELLEN: -

tightness, coughing, irri '__. _' ', ._.,._. .._, .v.Ny.'N'__ what good his religion did (v. 6). You're just a flatterer \ S. ..,',
4. tation in upper bronchial He has'an answer and it is the and I love it! These are .. ;';
tubes. is Vicks Va rolls. ::
r po- testimony of his own experience. "no-kneading" -
_. Rub.So easy to use. You Those around him sought glad- They're made with r t ::
rub it on-and Fleischmann's yellow ,
just right blessed ..
away ,.
in the of and in .
relief ness harvest grain label Yeast, the '
starts to come as VapoRub -r
ys the wine which was supposed to extra vitamin f. ,', c '"J:

,pEIIETRA7GS 4 give a lift to their spirits. This was kind! :, ) _-:.

their joy. Well, the man of God had =
to upper bronchial ?/?? o iii'4 A
tubes with its specials" -, something infinitely superior. He. //4 \ :.
medicinal vapors$7fldA4s '' had gladness in his heart. It was : '.1

not dependent on. outward circumstances ; _.'

chest and back f v -it was within. WHAT GRAND WAYTO j
surfaces like a l' e Then note, too, that it did not reston !
warming poultice {:. LJ 4"U l something that happened, or on OETMORE VITAMINS I'M FREE! SEND FOR ME!! ,:o::,

Often by morning most of the miseryof t3" : some fellow man. "Thou (God) fLEISCHMANN'S IS THE OVER 40 PAGES OF J .',:

the cold is gone. Remember this... > hast put gladness in my heart." ONLY YEAST FOR RECIPES IN THE NEW < '::;1
.ONLY VAPORUB{ Gives You this fd' That means real joy and satisfaction. BAKING THAT HAS REVISED EDITION OF N :' 1

special penetrating-stimulating action. mnnmmnnm.n_ II. Spiritual Food- (Luke 4:4: ; John ADDED AMOUNTS OF ,, ,, .; FLEISCHMANN'S FAMOUS ::

:f It's time-tested,home-proved,the best I 6:35). BOTH VITAMINSAANDOJ ? 'THE.BREAD BASKET" .,,',j
known home n fL& BETTY WINKLER It is delightful to have true glad- AS WELL AS THE y w / ,";
edy for rem-V g & ness, but man needs food if he is "
miseries of V A P 0 R U a in Chicago, then went to ,New York, to grow and to work. That is true VITAMIN B COMPLEX! : IDEAS FOR' BREADS,ROLLS, > <

where she's just completed a long I spiritually, for he must have the OEIJCIOUS SWEET BREADS- .'

HOtv Folks running, part in "Just Plain Bill." needed nourishment of life here WRITE FOR YOURS TODAY ,
Sluggish Being picked to do "Rosemary" is also. .,);;<

like being crowned with a laurel Jesus when tempted (Luke 4:4): -- ; :
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Get 1 H Relief wreath. : ., ,
ppy because He was hungry saw beyondthe For your free
r--- temporal need, and declared And all those vitamins go right copy,writeStandard A
Ella Raines never did get all her that life should be controlled, by a into your baking with no great BrandsIncorporated ; (
father's present ,when, she was loss in the oven. Always be sure '.;
higher principle. The spiritual has'a Grand Central "
AI 'A graduated frpn\ the University ,,ofWashington you get Fleischmann's Yeast with Annex. ,Box 477, .,
j' :: place supremacy: over the 's
He "said "he'd. all the yellow-label. A week's supply New York 17-* '...
,r pay physical in {he life of the Christianman keeps in_the ice-box. N.Y.
her expenses for,,six months in New or woman.
York while she to
was trying get
The explanation of the awful alcoholic
started on Broadway as an actress- ,debauchery of our day is found Shoulder Gun the Cost of One
after four months Hollywood beck- a or : -, ';
right here. Men have given their

oned seeing, her and in Ella"Hail accepted.the ConqueringHero" After bodies the supreme authority and Buy United States War Bonds *
they are driven by the lusts of their
:' we, the public, can,be thank flesh.
ful it that
happened way. John 6:35 makes known the fact
WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel -'j" 'that Jesus, the bread of life, satis-
; punk as the dickens, brings on stomach RKO's "That Men Live" is
: fies every need of men.
', upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take
'i' Dr. Caldwell's famous medicine to quickly the first camera record of the care 'III. Spiritual Service (Rom. 12:1,
'''i' pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and taken of a wounded man from the 2). > a

!, .eR. help you feel bright and chipper again. time he arrives at a field hospitalin "Reasonable service," says the
jt DR. CALDWELL'S is the wonderful senna France until he is returned to
Authorized Version "spiritual serv-
:I. laxative contained
I: in good old Syrup Pepsin -
!i to make it so easy to take. the United States; every step of the ice," says the Revised Version.: Both

I MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations way is shown-the first time it's are right. The man who is really
.! in prescriptions to make the medicine more been done visually. reasonable will be spiritual and will
r palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure 'j" render, to God a sacrificial service.
j' your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin.
i: INSIST ON DR.CALDWELL'S-the favorite Claudette Colbert is stringing' Note that it is .a "living sacri
of millions for 50 years,and feel that whole along with Gary Cooper, Sonja fice" that is said to be "holy, acceptable -
i, some relief from constipation. Even finicky Henie, Loretta Young, Edward G. to God." This is not a case
t" children love it. Robinson, Joan Bennett and George of a single act of deep devotion

i CAUTION: Use only as directed. Brent-in other words, she's added (great as that may be), but a goingon
her name to International Pictures'list 'in the daily, walk to live for
.r. DR. CAlDWELL'SSENNA of stars; she'll do'"Tomorrow Is Christ. '

Forever." That experience with God meansa
---r--- non-conformity to the world, j
lAXATIVE For the last few months John which is too little spoken of and

,i CONTAINED SYRUP PEPSIN Charles Thomas who's heard from less practiced in the church to-
coast to coast on NBC every Sunday day. The one who professes to follow J

afternoon, has been running what Christ is simply not to be con-
what differencea amounts to a school for young sing- formed to the ways of this wicked 1 1of

I ers. Three times a week he holds world. There is to be a completely

few cents worth classes for youngsters from 13 to 18 transforming experience of the THIS SIGN will :

years old, in the hope of developing grace of God, that takes you out of mean. : : :
oft talented newcomers. this world while you are still in it. '1
K IV. Spiritual Walk (Rom. 13:12- BETTER RADIOS '.1
: .
tr "Roughly Speaking," starring 14).

Rosalind Russell, will introduce to Christians are the children of the at No Greater Cost j
{ makes film fans a man who's likely to morning. They walk in the light (I

I land in a top notch with just that John 1:7). This world walks in :: ; just as soon as your CLARION dealer is permitted to' ,i
one picture. He's Arthur Shields, darkness. No one needs any argument make civilian sales. '7 '.

who plays a minister, and he is the to prove that: point-just look Then the lid is off, look' for the CLARION emblem-.'::; ;

t l aji older brother of the talented Barry about you. select the beautiful model you want-then proceed to enjoy:: :
j Fitzgerald. Like Barry, he achieved The deeds of darkness are evil .
dwell in darkness these advantages, made possible by CLARION'S precision :
fame as an outstanding actor with deeds, and men I
the renowned Abby Players of Dub- because they love evil (John 3:19). work for the armed forces:

lin. That, means' that the children of Long life of your set, due to sturdy construction with materials ;
." light must walk circumspectly and that so resist dampness as to make reception possible under

t Ted Malone, who's heard triweekly "becomingly" (that's a good word!) the worst weather conditions.

'1 on NBC .is writing a book on his in this world. Thus we may attract Super-selectivity in tuning, so your local station will not be

, -, experiences. It'll be worth reading< others out of, the darkness into the drowned out.Startling .
ji) he goes right to the front lines to light, so that they too may put aside new developments in FM receivers with exclusive

< t interview the GIs for his "Top of "reveling and drunkenness," yes, Clarion features. '. %'?%
the and also "strife and jealousy." Thosego : '
': Evening" broadcasts, and
'6. manya It will pay you to look for the radio dealer who can sell
woman here at home has been together.The .
.' '.- '...',,"" 'J'.,.. made happy by: getting direct news way to victory is to be ,you a CLARION.
of her man at the front in this way. clothed with the Lord Jesus and Hia
i d ( Malone has been overseas, working righteousness (v. 14)). That is a real
''I .1"' If :' without respite, since last April. "armor of light" with which we may
1 _; .< ;;::!f-r'1J, >' :.! ,h be protected.

". costs only about 15c and takes only a The newest of the radio programsto Note also that we are studiouslyto
.' few minutes to inoculate an acre of spotlight youngsters is Mutual's avoid making any provision for
ir:",' vetch, winter peas, clover, other "Steel Horizons," which stars a the desires of the flesh., Put such
-'i-:F':: legumes with NITRAGIN; yet it free "Singing Cinderella" opposite Met- things away, and with them, will go
quentlydoublesprofits.Yougetbiggeryields ropolitan Opera baritone John the temptation to use them. Some
) richer feed. Get NITRAGIN Baker each Monday night. No screen professing Christians need to heed
from s supplier.Write
your today
I: for free legume booklets. test is promised, but there's a this word by destroying some
chance to win national recognition. beverages which they may have on
; THEMITBiCINCOMimH.BOOTHST..MILWADKE ,WISe nand-just to ,give one example.

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The Clewiston News canes, who they look upon Lake I tfce.that could be called such a thing Starch Plant--
Okeechobee as some huge monster:Ithe I whole week. For one reason or I (I
just waiting for the excuse of a hurricane another we were minus three first
Published every Friday In Clewiston, to pounce upon and destroy r stringers. We had a hard time get- (Continued from page 1) i
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, all inhabitants.. There's little necessity -I ting something to eat in Hollywood The pulp which; is a byproductof ,
Inc. for trying to tell folks anything [ and we didn't get what I wanted the the starch manufacture, will be a
different but we believe that boys to have. But what really lost I']high quality cabohydrate and fib-
second class mall matter I the was that we weren't really H rous cattle feed and will be ;
Entered as at the Post Office in | this hysteria which precedes a hur- game sold directly DAILY IA'.fXEE-3:4;: 1'. M. I
February crewlston,1,Florida, under the Act of ricane will eventually disappear.We playing ball. The Dania boys play- to cattle feeders and to feed NIGHT-7 & 9 P. M.
March 3, 1897. ed harder football than we did-at mixers.
had luck than expectedwith least on Friday night. Already planted in sweet potatoes SAT. & SUN. COXTIXUOUS
___ __ i 3 5 7 '- 9 P. M.
CAIIR SETTLE, Publisher our newspaper last week.' We i are some 4500 acres which it is esti- 1 WEEK BEGINNING .
....--- had only begun work on, the first of This Friday we play our tough mated will keep the plant operating OCT. 29

Subscription Rntc-?:.:>O Per YearAdvertising three that we publish weekly whenwe est game of the season with Belle nicely until other acreages, now bcf- I SUN. & :MON., OCT. 29 & 30
On had to suspend operations and Glade. Belle Glade has about the ing planted are in production. It Js
Rates Application. we didn't get started again until best team around the lake this year estimated that it wIll take ten Jules Levey presents "-

noon on Friday.. We condensed even better than Pahokee. On the thousand acres to keep the plant WILLIAM
Devoted to the advancement and welfare where possible, abbreviated to some I face of it we should lose pretty badly operating and planting operationswill BENDII"8in.
and Hendry County. but I don't think we will. The teamis hit Rrcattit performance! /
of Clewiston extent the editions and by midnightI be carried out, under present,
I Friday had the Clewiston News on II III well primed this week. We have I plans, during the summer: months SUSAN SIMi\ \ ; ii "
the press. Saturday morning we had several good long practices andI ending the latter part of September.

EDITORIALSSOCIATION I finished it up and it was delivered I'I'I think the boys will want to redeem Barely visible from our advantage '1fIlE
NATIONAL I here only an hour or two later than themselves for last Friday night. point is another part of the construc-

usual. Of course we had power I I I, tion program, which has nothing to ,
I most of the time and the boys who GIRL SCOUT NEWS do with the actual processing of. LAY APi'Also

really did a job of getting( out were starch but is avery necessary oper
I II I those publishers of dailies in communities <">n Girl Scout Sunday, the Girl ation. That is the waste disposal 2-Reel Comedy
Ii I in the storm path. Carl
i I Scouts of Troop I, will attend the plant being constructed down back TUES. & AVED. OCT. 31 NOV.
I Hanton backed a vesatile jeep up to ,
Clewiston Church. of the house. From the
Community Each sugar starch
On The HouseBy j'I his press when the power went off I.I succeeding year they will attend a mill the water, filled with chemicalsand "Abroad With Two
pulled off a rear wheel, rigged upa I ''
different church on ,that' Sunday. On various impurities taken on 'Yanks"Win.
D. C. S. pulley and soon had his press Juliette Lowe Day, this coming during the processing, is piped to
I grinding out the storm edition. In I Wednesday, $5.00 will be presentedto this plant where it is subjected to Bendii-Dennis O'Keefe
A lot of people from Clewiston Daytona one newspaper man went the girl selected to be the Juliette various treatment for the removalof Also 2-Reel Comedy:

spent a couple of days last week in 'I home and took the motor off hIswife's Lowe girl for this year. (Plans have these chemicals and finally can
washing machine, rigged it been made to increase this be dumped into TIIURS. & FRL, :NOV. 2,& 3
widely scattered parts of South Flor- : I fund.) nearby canals with- "
up in some fashion and went on with
Instance A program and an informal party out any danger of pollution. "COVER GIRL"IN
ida and in practically every his press work.
found more storm where they went I will follow. this presentation.On Just when the starch plant will be ( TECHNICOLOR)

than if they had remained at home. Monday we had the privilege of Nature Day, the Scouts will completed is rather difficult to estimate With Rita Hayworth & Joe Kelly
That is usually the case but there .take flowers to the hospital; after for there is a lot of work to be LATEST NEWS
seeing Clewiston and the surrounding -
are many, particularly the new- I that, they will make puppets. A done yet and we can easily guess the
area from the top of the big .
comes, who have been regaled with Scout meeting was not held the difficulties contractors are having,
new water tank at the starch plant SATURDAY, NOV. 4TH
stories of the 1926 and 1928 hurri- previous week due to inclement even with high priorities in obtain-
and after we had climbed the con- weather. ing the things they need. We'd "Song of Open Road"
------ crete stairway to the too we concluded -
The Girl guess that the project is now about
Scout meeting of October
I that the company won't be Charlie McCarthy and Edgar
sixty per cent complete and that it
bothered with too many sightseers. was called to order by Louise Bergen
The view from the top is magnificent Prewitt. The roll was called and will be mid-winter before the plantis Also Cartoon and Series

Now is the time to ,but it requires considerable the minutes of the last meeting were ready to produce starch k Chapter Xo. 2
read. Callie Davis passed her Ten
work to obtain it. The entire starch "HAUNTED HARBOR"
plant project was spread out belowus derfoot test Plans- were made to IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID r .
start a regular sell Christmas and Everyday gift
and it wasn't difficult from thereto
follow the pattern of operations cards. The Scouts were going to Sat. Mid-Nite Show

which were explained very patiently view a star formation on Monday Cheese & Soaps 11 :3Q I.. M.

to us by Fred Davis. It was evening, but were prevented from RETAIL GROCERS: If your Admission: Children and

slightly hazy that day in the direc- doing so due to unfavorable weather. wholesale grocer can't supply :you Adults ..._.,......._ _........__ 40c co.
tion of the Lake and we weren't conditions. with soaps, washing powder and Sen"ico1en: in Uniform ___._ 30c.
able to .see the cofferdam where the JEANNE BARTZ, hoop cheese, write for our price

pumping plant at the end of the Secretary* list.Moultiie GENERAL, Ga. PRODUCTS CO., '::_1'... .-..::.:.'-: _--=:::_ :' :..- :_:_ ._ ,-,'
pipe line is being built but a nice ---
SAVINGSACCOUNT view of the lake is obtainable. MISS JO ANN LONG RECOGNIZED -

Another sugar season gets under-

way next week and by the time the --TALLAHASSEE, Oct. 25-Miss TURKEYSDELIVERED The "Right to Work"

News goes to press next Friday the Jo Ann Long, Clewiston student at Amendment simply guarantees
sugar house will have begun grind- DRESSEDFor
-," ... ..... Florida State College for Women, is
"t:: I ing operations. The: -,.cane crop is among the -203 members being rec- T.anksgidng"and, Christmas all workers the right! to
excellent and labor is '
more plentiful -
ognized at the annual 'YWCA Orders Taken 'Now
recognition whether
employment -
than for the last two seasons so they
we can look forward to a much service Friday night at the I MRS. J. M. :FOUNTAIN, Phone 82 ,
college. belong to a union or not.
larger output of sugar this season
Regular Deposits than last, the elements being will
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Grow Fast ? y It will put an end to the
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Sporting Around :t;.: .. >" ,, ; ::::";:".'::;.:I Assembly of God :=:::. evil'. practice of forcing workers .

':. >:4;:: ,. (Co-Operative. ) ..=. pay some

By Bernard Myers :;: ; J 1" SOUTH CLEWISTOX :;: lord for a "Permit" before they

Last Friday night at Dania the '
\ can get a job. .
football boys took the worst shellacking I !

we have gotten all season. ',,.. .. w -- "',":':*: Sunday School .............;._.......___..._L ,10:00 .A. 31. ;.
The Dania :; : :i;' ; i
Clewiston Federal boys could-really block
I and tackle and have, by far, the .''t... k1W"'? < Morning Worship ......._.......__........ 11:00 .A, )f. .:::.: "IT IS SIMPLEAMEIIICANISII"

.; I best team we have played all sea- ::i:: Jr ?J Evangelistic Ser\ice ......_-......-...-._ 8:00 P. M..j.; ; .
and LoanAssociation ,. -
Savings I json. :,. .i.
.; ; Weekly Services, Tuesday. .......-.-....._ 8:00 P. M. :::
I But they weren't thirty-one points 't.. ...; A' .:
: ( better than we were. This is no. :': : Young People's Service. Friday ........ 8:00 P. M. .: Vote FOR Amendment Xo.. .3,
I f fI' alibi on my part or on the part of ::*i: REV. II. R.BAGWELL. Sunday Night: "The Unpardonable Sin" ::: XO7th. .
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.. ......:.:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: -:..:..:..:-:..:-<..) I' party counted ticket on and to ventured vote the the straight opinion -" the Independent in Jacksonville: Democrats, Tampa, well and organized Suggested dunce-cap that and a I corner.go find myself a mention lican candidates, who proceed whom to I, take failed me to

r that when the votes were finally other localities, have come out open-
I On the other hand, instead of being apart for my neglect on that score.
counted we would find a lot more ly for Dewey and Bricker and for '
; Too Late To ClassifyBy I. grateful and appreciative, I find Mr. Edward W. Greb of Lake Worth,
Republican ,ballots than some folks Miles H. Draper, although they ra
the Republican who
Republicans is
didn't like my column opposing Dwight
are expecting.I pledge themselves to support Millard II
any better, if as much, as the Rogers for congress in the new
RUSSELL KAY out the being Caldwell for Governor and a\\ other ,
r pointed progress, Democrats. They term it insulting.The Sixth District, writes to tell me that '

4 made by' Miles H. Draper in his race local Democratic candidates.Well part that got under their hide he is not only in the race: but is going -

t/ .- ..... ....... ........................o(............>'.......................................... against Claude Pepper for the Unit-I folks, it. seems ,that everything was my statement that the trouble to win, and who am I to quarrel I

ed States Senate and also mention I I said in that particular column with the G. O. P. in this state was with a definite statement )dike that

You know I quit trying: to please I ed the activity of Emory Akerman I was wrong. Some of my Democratic discord in their own ranks and a I J. Harry Schad of Gainesville who

everybody a long time ago. No mat- who is lively effort in the friends ,
making a I have taken me to task selfish desire
on the part of certain has rolled up his sleeves and Is tho

ter what I write there is usually Fifth Congressional District against. and hurled more or' less harsh language leaders to sit back and wait for a I Republican opponent of J. Tom Watson .

someone who disagrees and that is Little. Joe ,Hendricks. | at me for even darin taI national victory rather than make for Attorney General, thinks

'., as It should be, but a week or so r I expressed the belief that Florida 'j mention the hated Republicans in any sincere effort within the state. I'm as blind as an umpire and as

a.'a'I broke out with a column that I! would remain in the Democratic ::the same breath with the 'Noble They just didn't seem to like that I deaf as a post, since I failed to mention ..

; Just naturally didn't seem to click i t column but intimated It would not I I[ Democrats. I was not surprised at statement at all but anyone who how as champion of labor h.
with any OB: e. be by any landslide. And I. stand : that, nor very much perturbed, for will take the trouble to check their I expects to win because of his

.... I undertook 'to give you what I I hitched on everything I said, if I II I people take their politics seriouslyand record over the years will find thatit vigorous opposition to the "Right-

'-. believed to be, a farlly accurate account anything I'd be inclined to give the i some of them are plenty sensi! is true so it still stands as far as I To-Work" amendment.-Harry may

: of 'Republican activities, pointIng j Republicans even better odds today, ;1''I tive. They accused ,me of giving theG. I am concerned I be a nice boy and all that but he

I J' '. out that not all Democrats: could for since that column was'written I O. P. unwarranted !publicity and Then along come I several Repub- (Continued on page 10)

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i NOTICE OF ELECTION ninth (39th) and forty-first I41eti That the toUowing Amendment or Section within
ertj such '
a' WHEREAS The Legislature oi IMS.uder Districts shall be elected for s term : 24 of Article ZTI of the Constitution town and not otherwise municipality or I of,. and on and *ft. the expiration
t the Constitution of 1885. of the of four yean and the Senator from of the State, of Florida 'relatingto the term of each of said County
,;, State of Florida, did pass .10.Joint Resolutions the Fortieth (40th) District elected uniform county and municipal COy- The Counties ot_ Dade and Orange Solicitor of said<< Counties, the offla
amendments to the for a term of two yean from the ernment and the classification of and each municipality town, district of the. County Solicitor and<< Prosecut '

.. Cc proposing State of Florida and time of the Genera Election of 1944 cities and towns. be and the same is. and other special taxing district now ing Attorney shall c be abolished wltnto
'.' the same were agreed to by a vote and thereafter said Senators shall be hereby agreed to and shall be sub created bv law or which may be here said Counties, and all of the duties

Y.. cC three-fifths of all the members elected elected for a term of four vears except mitted to the elector ot the State after created bv law in each 'of said of the County Solicitor within .Men of

I to each house; that the votes on saidlotnt in case of a vacancy in office. of Florida at the General Election of Counties shall retain and control the said Counties shall become the duties ,\
Resolutions were entered upon Filed in office Secretary of State Representatives to be held in 1944 power tr fix their respective budgets of the State Attorney In each of said "

..' -,, their respective Journals with the yeas June 14. 1943 for approval or rejection: that is to for the purpose of measuring and Imposing Counties

and nays I thereon' and they did determine say that Section 24 of Article HI of the millage to be imposed upon Section 7. On and after the ex-

r and direct that the said Joint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the State of Flor- property In said Counties subject to piration of the terms of the Clerk
Resolutions be submitted to the electors ida be amended or other like taxes within of the Criminal Court of
Amend Section 21 of Article V of the so as to read as follows each Record of "
,", at the State at the General Election In Constitution of the State ot Florida district respective municipality town Dade and Orange Counties for which ?:
November 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Justices Section. 24. The Legislature shah and the or other special taxing area they each are serving or have been ','
y, NOW, THEREFORE, 1, R. A. GRAY, of the Peace establish a uniform system of county County Tax Assessor In eachof elected on the office '
"''. Secretary of State of the State of Florida. BB IT RESOLVED BY rUE LEGIS- and municipal government; which shall each said Counties shall in determining of the Clerks Court .)
L:' GENERAL ELECTION local or special laws are provided, or imposed by such millage to the Clerks of the Civil Courts of Record "J
{, win Florida That the following; amendment to Section hereafter be provIded. amount Imposed by the respective and the Court of Crimes In
be held In each county In 21 of Article V of the Constitution may by the Leg- Counties of Dade Dade ,1
'. on: Tuesday next succeeding the first ; of the State of Florida be and islature that may be inconsistent and Orange. i\\ tyeal&be. abolished, and the :
j : Sllonday in November. A. D. 1944, the therewith. Section 2. That on and after mid of the Criminal
; said Tuesday being the the same Is hereby agreed I to. and the Filed In office Secretary of State. night. December 31st. 1944. the Count? Court of Record in both Counties ;i
shall be submitted
1 same to the qual- .
sS- SEVENTH DAY OF .NOVEMBER the June 10. 1943A Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk of the ,j
fled electors at general electionn
:' mr the ratification or rejection of the 1 1944 for ratification Dade and Orange. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes In Dade County :t
,: said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments 21. There shall or rejection: JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to shall each become the Tax Collector shall all be assumed taken over and .;
"Section be
not more
':c" to the Constitution of the State than five Justice Districts in each Amend Section Six and Section Seven for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part of the duties of the .. :.
,', of Florida, viz: of Article XVm of the Constitution of levied and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the Circuit Court .
and there shall be elected
... county, one the State of Florida the year 1945 and subsequent in Dade and Orange Counties.
Relating to years (except ,J
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace for each Justice
taxes Section 8. The ,
'". Term of Office of Persons Appointedor now required to be collected assumption ot new ;
3fca: Amendment of Section 1 of Article District who shall hold office for four
the under the
by '
Elected to Fill Vacancies in Elective Clerk ol the Circuit provisions of this
l IS of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are ;,j
Offices Under Said Constitution.BB Court) ,within each of said Counties Article shall not entitle any officer '
f Blatlng to Taxation. hereby recognized but the LegIslature y
and to Increased
Including all County taxes and compensation; but the
may by special Act, from time to
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE all ad valorem and acreage taxes imposed officers upon whom'such new duties J
", OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: time, change the boundaries of any TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: by any municipality town d.strlet shall be imposed shall continue to be :.
That the following amendment to Section -
such District hereafter estabIshed.
" or -
,That the following amendment to Sec- now 6 and Section 7 of Article ivm or other taxing district upon governed by the general law of the ::
,' establish abolish
; tton 1 of Article IX of the Constitution and may new or of the Constitution of the State of property within each of said Counties State as It now la, or may be here ,.,1
{:r' any such District now or hereafter and the after, as relates to the '
at Florida relating to taxation be and Florida be. and the Is Legislature may provide that fixing of their }
same hereby
Provided however
f:, the eame is hereby agreed to and shall existing. agreed to. and the same shall be sub- each of said Collectors shall also col- respective salaries or prescribing their .1
that such changes shall be submitted -
"S fe* submitted to the electors of the any lect any other taxes licenses or ex_ maximum compensation from fees: "
mitted to the electors
of the
4',: State for to the people of any county so Qualified cises within said Counties. provided however, that each' officer ,
of Florida ratification or rejection Such collectors
State of Florida for ratification ::
affected, by referendum at the next or rejection -
p, shall each may. as he assumes the herein
at the next General Election remit to the desig- stated
ensuing general election. : at the next ensuing general ::4 y
: to be held in 1944, as follows: election nated proper officials of each taxing additional duties. take over and be
that Is to : That Sections
Filed In office Secretary of state. say allowed such
w. Section 1. The Legislature shall provide June 10. 1943.A fl and 7 of Article XVm of the Con- authority. in their respective Countiesall and assistants employees :
"- for a uniform and equal rate of stitution of the State of Florida, be such taxes collected forthwith or expenses of the office assumed :
{" :. taxation, except that It may provide amended to read as follows: as may be provided by law. Each Tax as may be approved by the Budget -

". .. lor special rate or rates on Intangible JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an "S4ctfon tt Th? term nf- nttlrjt for Collector shall collect each tax state- Commissions of such Counties or by ., '
,.' ; property, but such special rate or rates Amendment to Article V of the Constitution all appointees- to -fill-vacancies-In any ment In full, and shall issue but one such other supervisory authority as ."I'
of Florida by adding theretoan tax statement, which shall may be established by the
Include all
t. abzU; not exceed two miiia on the dollar of the elective offices under this Con- Legislature.
9 Additional Section Relating to the I ad valorem or taxes assessed Notwithstanding any general
; of the assessed valuation of such stitution shall acreage or special !
extend only to the first I ;
Election of State Attorneys Judge of during any one calendar year upon laws the provisions of this Article
Intangible property provided that as
; Tuesday after the first: Monday In
Criminal Courts of Record and : each shall be
4; to obligations secured by mort County parcel of real property and upon self-executing. The Legislature :
any January next after the election andqualification
Solicitors ( the Judge and Solicitor each lot of
except I personal property, and all may give reasonable
: gage. deed of trust, or other lien, the of
of the Court of Record of EB- a successor tax certificates shall be Issued to cover tation ,to the words, phrases
legislature may prescribe an intangible cambia and for tlll_ "Section 7. In all cases of electionto all tions of this
County), Providing taxes upon each parcel of real Article and
tax of not than two Interpre"I
more fill vacancies In office such election -"I
Vacancies In of Offices effect by
Ing any such property for each calendar year and related laws. The
': mills the dollar which shall be shall
be of
on for that part the
',J'' Prior to the First Tuesday after the shall be sold by each Collector as Is ture may by law control the
r payable at the' time such mortgage First Monday In January. 1949 by Appointment unexplred term commencing on the or may be provided by law. as relates sation of each officer and the ex-
: :' l
deed of trust, or other lien Is pre first Tuesday after the first MondayIn
, by the Governor and Con to County Taxes tax certificates pense and conduct of each office af-
.and '
{ sented for recordation said tax to be January next after such election. 1
ffifitPrt horPVTW anrl .
' Innatlon by the Senate.BE not mav ehnlleH Its
soia. ana wnicn I oy: law or foreclosure -
in lieu of all other Intangible assessments Filed In office Secretary of State '
i systems wh'ere"th i exist and
l.. on such obligations. The special IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE June 12. 1943.A are converted into title. may in Dade '
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be 'so converted by the respective Orange Counties and may control all ,,
rate the taxes collected
r:' therefrom or rates, or be apportioned by the That Article V of the Constitution of JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to Counties and the property sold for the fees and charges ot offices or officials ':
may pro rata benefit of each wIthin each of saId Countte8.
the State of Florida be Amended by Interested ''
legislature, and shall be exclusive of Amend Section 5, Article VIII of the
taxing authority sales SectIon 9. Section 20 ot Article III ,
.' ; shall be made
adding thereto an additional sectionto .
Constitution of the State of Florida
all other District andy
State County,
and penalties and Section 5. 27 and 30 ot :
and Interest for Delinquencies Article V,
be known as Section 47 of said Article -
::? municipal taxes; and shall prescribe relating to County Commissioners.BE and SectIon .
6 ot
Imposed as provided by law Article VIII and Sec_
relating to the election of State
such regulations as shall secure a Just Attorneys.J'UdgeS of valuation of all property, both real LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: tution .
of Record and County Solicitors except where It has a tax interest may of the State ot Florida shall ,
And personal excepting such propertyr the Judge and Solicitor of the That Section 5. of Article Vin of purchase property sold for taxes or on remain in full force and effect and
r may be exempted by law for mu- the Constitution of the State of Florida said .
t Court of Record of Escambla County) foreclosure. and all moneys derived Sections ot said Articles and the )
nicipal. education literary scientific and the same is hereby agreed to, and relating to County Commissionersbe from such sales and from penaltiesand other provisIons of the Constitution ',"
religious or charitable purposes. hall be submitted to the electors of and the same Is hereby amended, Interest shall be collected and ot the State ot Florida relating' to the "v

Approved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida for ratification or and ,as amended Is agreed: to and shall distributed pro rata to the respective offices consolidated by this Article .'5

1943.Piled rejection at the General Election 'to be submitted to the _electors of the Counties, municipalities, towns. drain- shill remain In full force and etfect. .1
in Office. Secretary of State be held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general elec- age districts or other taxing districts save and except as they may each ',;
Kay 20. 1943. first Monday In November 1944 as fol- tion of Representatives to be held in according to the proportion of taxes relate to such offices and the system rof
lowe: 1944 ,for approval or rejection. That levied by each upon each parcel or taxation and fees 1n Dade and
r: A JOINT. RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys Judges Section 5, of Article VHL as amended piece of property Involved< Orange Counties. Florida and as 'to

5; \ an 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 electionto saId Counties. such Sections and the

Florida. Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Record County Commissioner in each of the be held prior to December 31 1944. Constitution shall Ie: modified and

: by Amending Section 3 of Escambla County) shall hereafterbe five County Commissioner's districtsIn retain the right to assess and collect changed by thIs Article.
". of said Article so as to Designate Oaeeola elected by the qualified electorsof each, county, which districts shall taxes. Upon adoption of this Article Filed In office Secretary at State

,.' 'S 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. .

Senatorial District Designate Broward counties as other State and County officials shall be as nearly as possible equalIn Counties of Dade and Orange may.
County as A Senatorial District and are elected. proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen ((15) ,days A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an

Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties "The first election of State Attor- Board of County Commissioners In the notice by publication, call a special Amendment to Article vrn of the Con-

;... yes, as a Senatorial District. neys, Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from time election to be participated in by the stitution of the State of Florida Relative -
J BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries of such dis! qualified freeholders of such muni- to Assessment ot Property for-

, '". LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. the Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof tricts. Said County Commissionersshall cipality only,. who shall determine bya Taxes and the Collection ot Taxes by
,"' That the following amendment to Section 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 Constitution be held at the General Election In 1948 ors of said county at the time and hereof be, or not be. effective within Provide that In the County of H11ls-
:of: the State of Florida relative to cen- to take office the first Tuesday after place of voting for other county officers such municipality. Such freeholders borough State ot Florida, the Count

sus and apportionment designating the; first Monday In January. 1949. and shall hold office for, four voting may by majority vote elect to Tax Assessor Shall Assess the Property
Osceola and Okeechobee Counties as for a term of four years. years Provided that the County Commissioners have such municipality come under of the County for the Purpose or Levy-

vue thirty-ninth (39)) senatorial District "The term or tenure of office of any- elected from the even numbered said Sections or by a like majority of Ing State. County School and MunicI-
Broward County as the fortieth one heretofore or hereafter appointedto districts In 1944 shall serve for those voting. determine that It shall pal Taxes Levied by the State County.
141>) Senatorial District, and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentioned two years those elected In 1944 from not come under said Sections. If. by County School Board. School Districts.
and Gulf Counties as the forty-first shall not be extended hereby. Any the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come SpecIal Tax School District and Mu- "

(41) Senatorial District be and the vacancy In any of such offices priorto for four years.. and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof, or If nicipalitles ot the "
: fame is erteobY agreed to rngf be said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years; Provided any municipality falls to call and hold BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE .
submitted c Florida Monday in January, 1949 shall be fUled that Section :n of Article Vin such election prior to December 31. OF, THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
tor ratification or rejection at the Gen_ by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall not be affected 1944. then In either such event. Sec- That the following Amendment to Article !

etal Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as here- hereby." tions 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective VII of the Constitution ot the ,
:Tuesday after the first Monday in tofore provided by the Constitution but Filed In office Secretary of State upon such municipality In the event State relative to the Assess- _'.

November 1944 as follows: In no case for any longer than until May 27. 1943A any municipality elects not to come meat and Collection ot all taxes in
.. 1 "Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- under Sections 1 and 2 hereof such the County ot HUlboroug. State of ':
) snail meet in regular session. A. D. FlorIda, by additionalsectons
day in January, 1949. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4.
1U55. and those that shall meet every Any provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6, 7, 8. and 9 of this Article. exceptas to be known as Section 1 and

r' .en .years thereafter shall apportionthe in conflict herewith is hereby re. State of Florida to Be Known as Article to the assessment and collection of 1. be and the same is hereb
representation In the Senate and pealed." I %%. Sections 1-9 thereof. Relating taxes; in such municipality which shall agreed shall be submitted te
shall provide for forty-one (41) Senatorial remain Is law Electors of the State of Florida ',
Filed In office Secretary of State to the Consolidation of Certain as now provided by ; fo
Districts such Districts to be May 18. 1943.JOINT Offices in the Counties of Dade and provided however, that at any general ratifIcation or rejection at the general .
M nearly equal In population as practicable. Orange. State of Florida and ProvId- city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first TUN 1

but no County shall be divided A RESOLUTION Proposing an ing in Said Counties for the Com- upon petition filed at least thirty ((30) day after the fit Monday in Nve )-

in making such apportionment, Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec: bination of Assessments and Collec_ days prior to such election by ten per ber 1944. as : '
and each District shall have one Senator laration of Rights in the Constitutionof tions and'Equalization of County.. Municipal cent of the freeholders entitled to Section 1. 1. From and after Janu-

; Provided that Osceola and Okee- the State of Florida. Relating to and District Taxes. and Per- vote in such election, the question of ary I, the County Tax Assessor j
zhobee Counties. Florida shall ,con Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrlmlnatlon. I. mitting Municipal Referendum, and whether or not such municipality shall in the County of Hillsborough. State }
3titute the Thirty-ninth (39th) Sen-i Due Process of Law. and the Taking I the Consolidation of the Office of be bound by Sections 1 and 2' shall of Florida shall ae all property for 'i'

atonal District. Broward County, Flor- of Private Property Without Just Compensation : County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot and upon a all State' Schol. and Municipal '
ula, shall constitute the Fortieth (40th) by Providing the Right of that of State Attoornsy. and Combining vote to be so bound such municipalityshall taxes to be the County 1
Senatorial District, and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Deniedor I the Clerk of the Criminal and thereafter be bound by said Sec by the State County County Scho 1
br Gulf> Counties Florida, shall constitute Abridged on Account of Member- Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector tions. Board School DistIct .
S, the Forty-first (41st Senatorial ship or Non-Membership In any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessorsand SchoOl Districts .
District; and. at the same time. the Union or Labor Organization: and I Court. the County Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature wall at the Leg- !

Legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the Right of Em- BE BY THE LEGISLATURE and Orange Counties shall impose no latlve Session in 1945 and from
representation in the. House of Rep- ployees to Collectively Bargain Shall OF charge by way of fee or otherwise time thereafter. enact laws specifying
resentatives and sball allow three (3) Be Preserved OF THE : upon the municipalities towns. districts the powers, functions. duties and compensation -
Representatives to each of the five BE IT RESOLVED BY THE That the Constitution of the Stateof or other taxing areas within ot County Tax Assessor. destgaated -
LEGIS- Florida and the same is hereby
host populous counties and be said Counties for in 1n paragraph 1
two (2) their services of this section
Representatives to each of the next : amended bv adding Article XX there making assessments and collections of 11. and shall l1kewlsc. provIde by law
That the following amendment to the to and amended is agreed to. and
:eighteen more populous ad valorem other for the
counties and or acreage taxes or on the assessment
Constitution of the State of Florida. shall the electors of
one (1) Representative to each of the be submitted duties Imposed or to be Imposed hereunder rol ot the County Tax Assessor 0
Section 12 of the Declaration
of the for
Rights State Florida adoption or
remaining counties ol the State at of of The Legislature of the State taxes levIed by the State, Counts '
said be
the time of such apportionment.. Constitution and the same rejection at the next general electionto of Florida may by law provide for, payments County School Board. School
la hereby agreed to and the same shall be 1944. to-wit: DlstrlCt
Should the Legislature fall to apportion in the year to the respective County or SpecIal Tax School Districts ad
be submitted the qualified
to elect-
the representation in the Senate ARTICLE XX Counties in an amount not to exceed nlcipalitfcs.
and In the House of Representatives. ors cation of or the rejection State; of at Florida the next for ensuing ratifi- Section 1. That on and after midnight one per cent of collections made and Section 12 1. From and after Janu
at any regular session of the Legis- paid by the Collector each taxing 1. 1946. The
General Election. that is to that December' 31st 1944.) the County to ary County Tax Collector
lature at any of the times herein des- say. authority to cover all of collec- in the County of
Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade costs Hillsborough. State Of ,
ignated. it shall be the duty of the tion and assessment Incurred by the Florida shall collect
of the Constitution of the State of and Orange. State of Florida shall al taxes levIed it .1
Legislature or Legislatures succeeding the of respective Counties the County by Count '
( Florida be amended 'so as to read as each become and be assessors State. %
;, 3uch regular session of the Legislature. follows; all property in their respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Board School Ditrict.

:either In Special the or Regviar session to "Section 12. No person shall be sub- Counties and they shall after that expiration of the term of the County SpecIal Tax School DistrIcts ad :

apportion representation In the ject to be twice jut in Jeopardy for date make all assessments of ad Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade nlclpalities. I
Senate and. in the House ol Representatives the same offense. nor compelled in any valorem and acreage taxes and other and Orange State of Florida. for 2. The Legislature shall at the L1Slatlve .
as herein provided The criminal case to be a witness against; taxes that are or' may bo Imposed upon which said Collectors have been elect- Session of 1945. and from
State preceding regular Federal or regular himself nor be deprived of life liberty real or personal property or their use. ed as of the date of January 1st. 1945. to time thereafter enact laws specifying .
\ been Census whichever shall have or property without due processof Including by way of a single valuationall the duties Imposed upon the County the powers. function5. duties andcompenation
af nearest any_ apportionment law: nor shall private property betaken assessments upon property for each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade of County Tax Collector
in Representatives in the Senate and i without Just compensation. The municipality town dIstrict. or other and Orange by law and this! ArtIcle. designated In paragraph 1 ot this Sec-
the House of Representatives. shall right of persons to work shall not be special taxing district. in Dade and shall be assumed and taken over by ton 12. and shall likewise provIde' fo
sontrol. In making such apportionment denied or abridged on account of mem Orange Counties Such ad valorem the respective Clerks of the Circuit collection. care. custodv. reporting
In the
event the Legislatureshall bership or non-membership in any assessments shall be subject to review Court in and for Dade and Orange and dIsbursement of aU taxe collected
fall to reapportion the representation labor union or labor organization: and equalization by the County Board Counties. who shall then each take bv the County Tax

this In the Legislature ee required by provided, that this clause shall not be of EqualIzation of each County, whichin over the books funds and accountsof FIled In office Secretary 0 State
before its adJournment construed to deny or abridge the right I each County shall consist of the sev- the Collector for each County and June 14. 1943 I)
(and extraordinary session'f of employees by and through a labor I eral County Commissioners and one who thereafter shall be known and The votes cast In compliance with sId i
called I
:30 for
I be reapportionment shall not organization or labor union to bargain; I member appointed from and by each termed as both the "Clerk of the Circuit proposed amendments and the canvas'
:"-, limited to expire at the end of collectively with their employer municipality or town in each County Court" and "Tax Collector" of declarations and returns thpr"f. !Ill
:c' twenty days or at all until reap- Filed< in office Secretary of State having a population of more than the respective County for which he subjected to the same rcgu'"t"n' are
ptJrtlonment la effected and shall con_ Mav 8, 1943 3.000 at the last census: said Boardof !is Clerk. provided by law for general elections 1
,'. cider no business" other than such Equalization shall otherwise be governed Section 6. On and after the expiration the State of Florida.IN .
-eaoportlonmentl by the general law from timeto of the terms of the County TESTIMONY WHEREOF 1 1I
Should this! amendment be ratified A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an time In force pertaining tc theequalization Solicitors of Dade and Orange Counties. have hereunto set my ',
in the General Election In 1944 specs Amendment to Section 24 of Article of taxes: provided every Florida, for which they shall be each hand and affixed the Great qt';.
elections shall be called within ninety III of the Constitution of the State municipality in each County having a serving at the time this Article is (.SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida '
lays thereafter for the. election of Senators of Florida. Relating to Uniform County population of 3.000 or less may ap_ adopted, the State Attorneys of Dade at Talahasse, the Capitl
In the Thirty-ninth (39th), and Municipal Government and the point an additional member who shall and Orange Counties respectively. shall this day Ju.
Fortieth (40th. and Forty-first (41st) Classification of Cities and Towns. be or become a part; of the Board of be and become the Prosecuting Officers A D; 194.
Cenatonal Districts In such specat4ecttons. 1x1 BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- .
Equalization for the purpose of equalization of all the Criminal Courts of R
( the Senators In the Thirtybe- LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ot' .
,of taxes as respects any crop- Dade and Orange Counties; respectlve- Secretary Stte.FRIDAY





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Concerning future plans for expansion -

Ramie Fiber Now Being here Mr. Neiman said that a

he could make no statement on that

for the present. The company al- Bonds or Bondage -

! ready maintains de-gumming plants
Processed In
: Everglades 1 I elsewhere and these will be .used for by F. D. Cornell, Jr.
the second process for the time be-

ing. However he stated that it 'Associate Agricultural Economist
; Gardner Decorticator Is needed for harvesting the fiber.II was likely that a small degummingplant West Virginia University
" Mr. Neiman stated that the com- might be erected here shortly

Declared Success By pany had made several mistakes In for further experimental work

> their experimental plantings of I and that after the war it was quite
f V. Sea Island'Mills thousands.
., ramie at a cost of many ---' -

;,' -- of dollars but these mistakes have 1 I Two Negroes Are FARMERS are playing a vital OPPORTUNITY? If each of us
been corrected and he believes that Victory drama. Most were faced with the necessity of
'i' (Moore Haven Democrat) local farmers can take advantage ef: Sentenced Monday By farmers are doing their utmost to answering honestly the questionAm -
I. While other parts of the Everglades what has been learned and can make insure that our armed forces and I doing everything within-my
area are talking of planting good with a staple crop like this, Judge Whitehurst our civilian workers are getting power to speed the day of victory
tremendous acreages of ramie, the. ample supplies of the right kinds -the answer in most cases would
K which bids fair to },)ecome'one' selling the fiber at their farm at a ; of food for continued maximum be "No." Some of us can't forget

fiber crop greatest of staple crops contract price. The State Experi- (Hendry County News) efficiency. All of this is being accomplished -' .forego things which' in a timeof
: the
of mental Station at Belle Glade states Mon- under unusual circum- crisis matter little. _
Two guilty
!;. for the muck area, the crop Is already -, that one planting of the crop will negroes ; stances such as labor shortages, The two things most essential to

(" growing and is being successfully -; last for sixteen, :years and instead of' day before Circuit Judge George W. scarcity of essential feeds, fertilizers -, waging successful warfare are

I decorticated in Moore Haven I growing lighter each year' Whitehurst at LaBelle and received gasoline;spray materials, food and money. The farmer
r by the Sea Island Mills, Inc. of New these and limited machinery repairs and recognizes his responsibility in
i will Increase. In addition to jail sentences. replacements. food production. Does he
" fully recognize -
, York' City.Several this plantings which it is hoped will be They were: Tom Harper, who cut On the other hand, we must ad- his opportunity to help pro-

F' months ago company made by farmers of the area, the his wife of six months, Mattle, Oct. I mit that our extra effort is being vide the.munitions of war?

moved into Moore Haven and very company will expand their acreage 7th at. Harlem, Clewiston, during a more adequately rewarded than OBLIGATION? Government Bonds
C made arrangements for some previously and that along with.
quietly but not greatly. They now have squabble and drew 6 months in the offer the farmer an opportunity to
,s., experimental ramie plantings, Dr. one hundred acres, fifty of which Is county jail on manslaughter. Since, such sacrifices and hardships as have 'a part in providing our fight-
are encountered, is '
r"- Whitfoid, fiber with
A. C. ing men ample'and effective
I likely, if everything worked suc- Tom and Mattie had spent much of gain; and justly so. The farmer de-
of the early training and also
equipment. They
being in charge : cessfully, that the entire degummingprocess bit of credit and
c. their .wedded life fighting It out Tom serves every
C. started and. the are an opportune way of laying
When the crop was .
would be done here) on more agreed if Judge Whitehurst would money he gets for his part. aside reserves to meet'needed

: ground work laid for the experi- modern machines, perfected but not I let him off easy this time that divorce In that knowledge, however, lies pair and replacement costs after re-
Tnentatiou Dr. Whitford turned the real danger. Are we apt to become
now available. The de-gumming Is would prevent future such the war. Are they an obligation?
-work over to O H. Bond who has complaisant and feel we are doingour Oh The
bleachingof yes obligation of the
washing and
J. simply the occurances. Six months was the do gov-
part we more
The was
Continued it since. crop the fiber making it ready for ernment to pay back the loan with
''successfully: grown after one or two answer. SELFISHNESS OR SELFLESS' interest is no greater than our obli-
: A small sample was put '
weaving. NESS War is selfish business. No
: starts and then came the more Charlie Willie James drew one : gation to LEND the governmentour
v of the experimentation, through the washer at Cassidy year in the county jail for killing war ever began from purely phil- support. Remember? WE are
:: serious side Cleaners Wednesday afternoon which anthropic motives. To the aggressor the government. "WE THE PEO-
Rosa Lee Brown Oct. 8, also in
:'. the decortication. gave a good idea of how the process the gain always outweighsthe PLE OF THE UNITED STATES."
'. ,Since decortication, or the separation Harlem by beating her to death sacrifice. To the defenders, the PRIVILEGE .
? The
greatest joys
l'. of the wood pulp from ,the fiber, with his fists. It was brought'out violation of human rights and life come from the privileges
Mr.. Neiman has with him several that during a quarrel' between the liberties forms the common meet-' we
r :bas been one of the greatest problems enjoy, and which we are now fight-
ramie samples of material made from two she slashed him with a knife on ing ground of joint agreement and
( ,. in the way of success for I ing to defend. It is not only an
t. as a commercial fiber and since I ramie and from ramie and rayon the head which was still covered. in effort. However, victories are,not opportunity and an obligation, but

many machines have been built which mixes. One shirt made from the spots with bandages. won selflessness-a by selfishness.willingness They depend and also a privilege to have as greata
pure rayon has the appearance of part as possible in insuring to
tc. commercially successful individual
never proved desire to sacrifice good
our children, and to
a'.. it was only natural that the fine linen. WJLK1E HAD NO KNOWLEDGE for the good of all. That is why generations yet unborn those free-
Much attention has been attractedto
company should reserve any comments IS NOW BEING ACKNOWLEDGED both sides always must try vali- doms which distinguish the bond
&" on the machine which was the experimental work here and tea...- antly to establish in the mirfds and and the free. '
State Agriculture Commissioner hearts of their peoples the justiceof
;; "brought here and set up a couple ofF BUY BONDS AND BE FREE
I Nathan Mayo has made several trips TAMPA, Oct. 25FNSThat their cause. That is the will that
months ago in the warehouse owned wins. BE FREE' TO BUY BONDSU.
here to view the progress of the Wendell Willkie had no knowledgethat
t:,': by Ralph Wood and formerly .S.Treasury Department
work. Most of those who have he was near death is evidenced ,
owned by J. S. Cottrell. This was _. .. ,
viewed from letter he wrote Miles H. -
the work done by the Gardner a ----
I:.. the Gardner machine, 'designed by
Draper ,
machine concede that it does a more Republican candidate for I
Capt. O. Gardner of New York City,
r -. thorough job with less loss of fiber the United States Senate, just a few ,.
who came here within a few days .
: 0 than machine in days before his death. I ,
any now use. t.
after it had been placed in opera- .
r.- planted and an option for five hun Willkie told Draper that he was 4 .'. .
:-: tion to try and destroy any bugswhich x"x"x"x"X"X"x N x N x"x.**..N.N:..:N:..:N:N.N:N:.N:M:N:N.H:N:N:N:N.N:N:N.N.11.N.N.NH. .N. ;
.. dred more acres. Mr. Neiman std staying at a Manhatten Hotel solely
+.',, might have developed. Since also that he would prefer to a for the purpose hiding out from : .

v :it had been tried only with dryt' 'l number of farmers see small both Republicans and' Democrats, T : ': .. '
plant ,
ramie previously, there were, of t i{; : ? i
acreages than for a few to plaut-lai'ge but he invited Draper to stop and : : : t' .
it I course,--some bugs when the freshly ::
acreages. see him if. he .came to New, York. } ;, Let Us ,: :
if:. ,cut stalks were fed.through. But \ _____________ s" 1,' 1.i' ,' ,'."' ...t;,.. '. .."'. .

j;,:: after Gardner a few declared minor adjustments himself satisfied Capt. I / ------- r < i: < }; { I

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< with the 'machine and stated that it I :" satisfactory 1- 'CQMI-GRAPHi B.P; fer.i-l' > : Supply ,. t! :::
doing job !
; was a more 'Today's "
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i than other such machine he had r' .
any I I. '. ,' .', 'n.h. ) '.I' '
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seen in.-fc.opeaetten' "if* contimfeoj 1. \r.: : ;:ii'tir, i; ; > )i- ; l".f''''

k Y','.::' "opera hundred thhijt pounds has' decgrtic'o', 'ra ited iie several stalks I I We our enjoy customers OUR work SHOW,'" because ,: "',. 'i It-: :: ';;: : : {; ;; : ,: .: 2/i,5"/; :: ''ci'l

from the
r:; the small planting of the company that they appreciate ': : { ; ,

south of town The fiber has I we"render.. Park -": 1- .:.!.:: ',..:'''' .f.'r'.r.W D'O.i :, ...::;.';': ", ':'

;; been placed on racks: -to dry and then service : t "/ ::,f. :v;. I N '. CARDS. :'. : :..J< -, : S ::
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j:.' bundled for shipping out of the state your car troubles with :us = ,.. { ? :;. : ; .... ,.. .

! where the next process, that of de- I Xt'4 and we'll both be happy..',.''' ,, :t1": ,;;;;' ,' '.' .. ,:, RULED' FORMS':': ;-:>'<:' .. ', :::

gumming, will take place. 1 ... '-1( ,'.4I = ,. ;? ;:; ::
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This : : ; .' f..a. "
week, Harry L. Neiman, head f <
J \' : : :: "r'. : : .\ )t :::.., __.. ':'
and is making arrangements for the 'i.' ;: ;: \ '. --. : '. -.' ::
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ontinnation of the industry on a itr COUNTY :' ::: .'. : '. ;,' ,'. '. "jfYV '- .:. .
larger scale v 'While he is enthusiastic '.. : ,I'
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on the subject of ramie and its N--- MOTORS S ,..1'I : ,./. "<
versatility as a textile and for other ,. ;,, : I '' %

uses he does not attempt. to buildup :. :f :/ t L'v'" ;<'. : ::
any false hopes of quick riches I 1---- CLEWISTON, ,'. \ {.....' -. ;' ..,'HANDBILLS' (.' .'

tor local farmers in the growth of I'I', :;:'-' ':" ; <\/. ?. : ,', .::{; :.:.,' :;::

the crop He is fully conscious of I"I ,! I L'j '. )' "':. ; -;' ;: ;,' ..

.:/: the post-war, competition from Cuba, I was a stranger.. and they took me in. _. ::' TICKETS ," ;" :' '. %
. Haiti and West Africa i > : :
:.'t but feels that'J : : I
: the future of the industry is assured\ -
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Several more of the de-corticating I .:. ; .l.
1. machines have been
ordered made
Which will be 'slightly larger bait I .. I: '

:.', lighter than the machine now in use :_: At a price surprisingly low 3 i;:

; sand with some minor improvements S CLEWISTON y i0

:and the company is hopeful, that ';.
I' should local farmers be encouraged-

to plant acreages of the I COURSE
crop, that GOLF
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'these decoiticatorg may be placed r ,

?. on trucks, operated by gasoline engine !! .xy _
and moved from farm to farm y;
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t I S//l.. '. "" "' ,.'.; i 'Quality Printing .

Should a person bo ,
I re- I .. '
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' .quiicd to pay tribute to a yy
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Z union overlord for
the "Right Bob'Ruet has taken over the y ':
to Woik?" I -: y

'.' club house. You may be sure :_: LET US ESTIMATE ON ::

Should a Person:" bo required I :

to join a union against I i that either Bob or Mrs. Ruet will ::: YOUR NEXT ORDER ::

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:, his or 'her will iu'.order to secure : be on the job and give you a hearty X.. .- X':'

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employment? %
I' I (.- ,welcome. :r- PHONE 39 :;:

: The RIGHT TO WORK ::: :i:
Amendment, Xo.i 5 on The course is in, good condition. % '-. .:.
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ballot Nov. 7th if' ., approved sw;r : .%. .. .:.
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will GUARANTEE'ty ale:" "Right- _#; :;:": ,' 1.1ii! :.: WILL. CALL TO ASSIST YOU .:_.:
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to-Work" to ''
regardless -. 1'.1: : 't' :
of union. I '.j i I .%.
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,(. Vote I J'i: Clewiston [iolf Course rr ::y A: \. THE CLEWISTON. NEWS .::;I;.;

k: FOR Nov.Amendment 7th Xo.' 5, i : i .'..,-/' :-. '.'
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the vice-president, Joyce Tanner.A I 'I
song, "When the G.A.'s All Learn

r rL How To Tithe" opened the programon I I twin beds, near bath in I TO Address LEONA unknown FUSSELL.:

t' II IIPERSONAL I SOCIETY of the Stewardship program which chairman member was, in Christine charge I private home; men only. I Divorce Charles You are E.'l"ussell has hereby been notified filed in the against Circuit that Bill you Court for-by:

Dunaway. Every
partici- 544 Osceola Ave. I of Hendry County, Florida, at LaBelle
pated in community missions by sand you are required to appear in saId
suit on November 6, 1944, or the BUt
: visiting a shut-in. I will be taken as confessed.
f' I I' After the program Mrs. Clarence I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL..
;. Clerk Circuit Court,
t -- Benbow served a refreshing drink The "ni ht.to-01'k" Hendry County, Florida.

r," and cookies to: Margaret Himrod, I Amendment i Oct. 13. 20, 27. Nov. 3.

I< spent last Miss Gloria McDuffie has returned Joyce Tanner, Iris Ann Wright, Sue;l
:Miss Grace Knight _____
in Cornette, Christine Dunaway, Joyce DOES NOT
week-end in Lakeland. |I from a seventeen day stay

f>_ I' New York where she attended the Turner, June Crews, Elnora Tanner, .I I Prevent n. person joining a I Johnson's Fish Camp

i. Mrs. G, B. Rackstra-vv was a visitor -, Customer's Administrative Class at Helen Espenlaub, Shirley Benbow union. I (Near Hurricane Gate) 5
Tuesday in West Palm Beach i the School of International Business and 11rs.V .A. Montgomery, coun- .I Clewiston Fla. (
[(: I
.. --- I Machines Endicolt, New York. Miss selor. Interfere with the right to Boats and Motors-Guide Service

r// '. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dehone spent McDuffie is employed by the United I strike. I Rates Reasonable I

: Ocala last week. States Sugar Corporation. CLEWISTON COM3IUXITY .,-
'r a few days '. I W. II. Johnson, Mgr.
.\. .::.: I CHURCH Prevent picketing. I
David C. Hancock, Minister

Mrs.visitor G. B.inVest Rackstraw Palm was Beach a business on-,I South Clewiston NewsBy [Prohibit- collective bargain. I I ..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:.
ing. -
Wednesday. SUNDAY Y, OCTOBER 29, 1944! l :; FORTAXICABS :_:

__. I MRS. L. L. LOWE Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.
Christian E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor IT DOES I l:1:::: ;:|;::
..... Mr. and Cephas On Monday, October 16, C. D. all 'ages. Outlaw the "Closed Shop
.. few in Seb- :: DAY AND XITE SERVICE :a1
and family spent a days :
? .
: the United
Eacly employed by MorningVorship, 11:00: a m. A Guarantees employment; i.i ring last week. States Sugar Corporation, had a .nursery for small children is conducted every person, union and nonunion -. :i i: PHONE 18 :i:
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miraculous escape when his truck at the Community Center. i alike.Specifically. : -:.
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.r-:: Mrs.Malcolm W. Bigg 11N1M: :N1N/iN/N.11111 i i iiM1N1 :N N111:N1N1N1N: :
Mr. and ( was hit by a train at Lake Harbor. "The Nature and Value of Com- protects the

';; :.' have returned from New York: City, The truck was completely demolished monVorship"is the theme of the right of employees to bargain

< where they spent several weeks. j after having been dragged 354 minister's sermon.Westminster collectively; .

I- -.j feet. Mr. Eady wasn't even scratched Fellowship 6:00 p. I G. M. FORDCivil

?:';: ; Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestorl i and X-Ray 'showed no broken I m., for high school and junior high "IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM"
: left Wednesday for Miami Beach( bones. He was brought to the young' people. Engineer and Surveyor
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for a vacation j Emergency Hospital suffering only You are cordially invited to wor- i Specializing In Everglades
I 1t ; I from shock. He is now a1'work
ship with us. Vote FOR Amendment Xo. 5, Surveys

: Mr. ,N. V. S. Mumford was a buci-I| again. Nov. 7th Phone 66 Clewiston, Fla.
'f. ness visitor, in West Palm Beach Mrs. A. Brannan has returned: MISSION CIRCLE MEETS

f'r;. -:,_ the past week-end. I this week from a .month's visit in WITH MRS. A. H. LAND
Palm Beach with her daughter -
West --- -

t:. Mrs, A.V..,, Lawrence and Mrs: 'I'I'I Mrs. A. L. Fullwood_ The Kathleen Mallory Circle of 11.1.1,1 N1N1N1N1N1N1111N11.:N1N1N1N1M1,111.:.1N N1N N1N1H N..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N N1N1N1H N1N N N:N1N N1N11
:' ., Mrs. Barney Garden and son, the Baptist Woman's Missionary So-
.:; C. A. Thomas and baby daughter
; Gerald, visited in Fort- Myers lart ciety met at the home of Mrs. A. H.
?> .. spent Saturday in West Palm Beach j
week-end. Land Tuesday afternoon for the _
\ I
?;: Word has been received: from his monthly meeting.
": '. F. F. Faust and G. E. Flipse ofMiami t
I that Mack W. Fullwood his Mrs. Fred Sikes had
I here' family charge of .the
were business Estate
I recovered from his wounds and is devotional. i Real

, '')',:. on Tuesday. \I Ii'r. again on active duty. Mrs. W. A. Montgomery gave a i -
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.' Mrs. Pigg has just returned from talk on the mission work being
Mrs.. U. T. Koch was a business I j i" I
;i Kentucky where she visited her mother done among the Taas Indian tribein BEARDSLEY
visitor in Daytona Beach last Tues- '
t I Mrs. E. A. Eady. Taas, New Mexico. This was the

d I more interesting because Mrs. Montgomery -: ,...." .
WILSON the Taas Indian
On Monday Mrs. E. J. Smith and :
I CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. pueblo there and had pictures of r :. Insurance
; Mrs. Charles Barkley spent the day .
Albert Lujan, a nationally known ,.
in West Palm Beach. .1.1l ,
.... -.- R. C. Wilson was hostess to Taas Indian artist which he had au- : : : .
:> her bridge club on Wednesday aft- tographed for her and other pic- ,
Owens j
> A. W. LaGuard and
: ernoon at her home. Members pres- tures of their flying quarters.
': have returned to 'Jacksonville on a i : >
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.';".:1.. business 'VISlt.I ent were: Mrs D. G. Alston, Mrs. Mis. Arch Hodges, circle chair- Hopkins Building -
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< ,.. --...- I I W. H. Lanier:, Mrs. R. H. Hall, Mrs. man, presided over the business
Carl Johnson Mrs. G.: B. Thomas, meeting after which Mrs. Land
; .'.,:. Mrs. T. W Malone, Jr., and Miss'Ruby I .
in i| Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs, J. W. Ezelle ed sandwiches, colas and home-made Phone 66 or 27R2
.: Saunders spent Saturday!
.. : and Mrs W. C. Prewitt. candies to Mrs. Fred Dunaway, Mis. '
West Palm Beach. I
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.. High prize Von by Mis. John- Joe Elder, Mrs. Hodges, Mrs Montgomery 11N1N1N1N1N1N1111H 11N1N11i N1H N1N, N1N N N N11 N N N1N11
-..- was : 1: :+:N H":N N1111J 11,1111111:1:11+:-:1:N N ; : : -rN
:' and cut prize Mrs. Alston. and Mrs. Sikes.
t Miss Wilda Mae Davidson of La'jJ' son by
Mrs. Wilson served salad and coffee.
;: rel, :Miss., arrived in Clewiston Mon- GOLDEN WEDDINGThe I

day for a visit with her uncle,
.. A. Davidson and Mrs. Davidson. ,I congratulations of .the News
force to Dr. Mrs
,.' and Gottfried
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey and i The entire Bolton family met"at
Frutiger of Wilton Junction, Ia. THE FAMILY STORE
a family reunion on Tuesday night.
Miss Laura Bailey spent the week- on their Golden Wedding anniversary -
I The occasion was a barbecue given
: Mr. and Mrs.
'. end. in Miami visiting .
l at the :Bolton Garage at Lake Hai-
John Graber.
r., I bor.
r: .- Mrs. Wilson Dozier left Clewis- j i Among those present were: Mr. WANTED TO BUY Re- ,
'. and Mis. Nathan Bolton, Mr. and +id r l QQEr
extended visit JC-
} ton Monday for an OQ
., with her family in Staunton, Vir- Mrs. William E. Bolton and daughters frigerator,. either electric ; :z f r4 l0lAll G S ACI. ONI
I Nancy and Cynthia, Mr. and CAN 6E
: ginia. __ !Mrs. Fred Bolton, Mr and Mrs. or ice. Phone 51 1 or

.; H. L. McCann of :Miami and J. L. I{ Lewis Bolton and son, James, Mr. I 86.

,. ';;r; Terry of port Lauderdale, OPA off i and Mrs. Ben Bolton and son, Jerry,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolton and .
) ficials, were visitors at the local -
:., ration office Wednesday. \ 'daughter, Ardis, and Mr. Hub Bol WANTED TO SHARE
.(, .,. ton. Mr. and Mis. Nathan Bolton,

,:.< Mrs. J. P. Moree, of Lake City is Mr. and Mrs. Frazier and Miss Furnished house with

\ the guest this week of her daughter Mathis returned to Dawson, Ga., on

i:.' Mrs. T. W. Malone and Sgt. I Wednesday morning couple. 203 San Pedro, I T ,I

after four 1
k" MRS. XOWUXG ENTERTAINS p. m. Itp ;I Sorsa

( Mrs. I. Lee Parker and Lee I BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAY ...
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(- Parker, jr., have returned from a 1I 1- '

,'.: visit of several weeks in North I p"' Mrs. P.. C. Nowling entertained \
j'h: Carolina. I her bridge club on Friday night. A FREE AGRICULTURE !

I)." ( Mrs. R. M. Hare won high prize, a .

: A baby girl, Connie Lee, weight I pair of pillow cases; Mis. Art

7 pounds and 13 ounces, was born ; Lawrence von second high, lingerie AGRICULTURE IS NOT AN INDUSTRY I

' to Mr. and Mrs. Gordin Dayton, of and Mrs, Glen Etherton won

this city, on October 23rd at the low prize, a handkerchief. IT IS A WAY OF LIFE. P :

. local hospital. I Other members present were: kIT
(Mrs.. Durrence, Mrs. '
V. c.

Warrant Officer and Mrs.' E. R. 1'I Woodward, Mrs. H. C. Thompson CANNOT BE RUN BY RULES & ,

Ruhlander became the parents of a and' Mis. Joe HalJ. Mrs. Leonard ,
baby boy on Friday, Oct. 20. War- Ellington was guest for the evening ; A'1D REGULAtiONS! -1

,\;. rant Officer Ruhlander is Technical i i Refreshments of apple salad, coffee, yr tP"

r I Inspector at" Riddle Field. i I I served.crackers and popped corn were DOMINATION BY A CENTRAL

t; Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, proprietor i| GOVERNMENT IS A LACK OF

I of the Toggery Shop, left Sunday for MRS. DOZIKR HONORED '
the spring showing of the South- WITH SHOWER SATURDAYMrs.

eastern Travelers Exhibitors, Inc., REASONABLE THING.The .
in Atlanta, Ga. G. V. Cook, Mrs: James
; 4 ,
1 Cheyne, Mrs. W. Burkhardt and Mrs. Farmers believe in the American way of life. They

I Gunner's Mate Doy Worth; U. Frank Veltri surprised Mrs. Wilson believe in American ideals. The cattlemen, vegetable growers -
.; S. has returned to the United j| Dozier "
Navy with a baby"Shower on Saturday and citrus growers can be depended on to run themselves -'
States and will spend a week in''' afternoon at Mrs. Cook's home.
: : without government overseers. We need a return s j
Clewiston. Mr. Worth is attached 1 Guests were: Mrs. R. Ruet, Mrs. M. i1' .. ""- -
.r. j. to the Merchant Marine vessel, .S S.J J;jH. Walsh. Mrs. E. J. Smith, Mrs. to a free Agriculture-to sound policies to freedom-plus

1 i William Pender, as gun captain. I Robert Westmoreland, Mrs Carl regard, and the Farmers will provide jobs-prosperity plus e EDWARD W. GREB % I

I 1 Ziler, Mrs A. D. Richardson, Mrs. abundance.

". I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Vaughn, of.. J. H. Walker, Mrs. Fred Sikes, Mis .

Newberry, South Carolina, and Mis. i j j|: C. E. Gericke, Mrs. Lou Mancuso, EEJWARD Wo GRE : f -

ii C. W. Brown, of Columbus, Geor- ,, Mis. Gilbert Glasgow, Mrs. Charles

gia, arrived in' Clewiston last Fri ,][I Barkley and Mrs J. D. Leftwich.

day and have accepted employment ',j Games were" won by Mrs. Richardson Repllb can Ca&1d& date for Cgrs :

rr Corporation. Mrs. Gericke, Mrs. Sikes and
11\11'6. Leftwich. The hostesses
[ servI -
j I ed punch and tea cakes.ITUXIOn SIXTH DISTRICT FLORIDA

: ';., Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bolton, Mr. I
':' and Mrs. Jack Frazier, Miss .
; and j AUXILIARY MEETS ,::' .
,(;;:';- Peggy Mathis, all of Dawson, Georgia !WITH SHIRLEY BEXBOW |r ft" Is Conced'ed the Republican Party Will Control the Next

(1.. were the dinner guests of Mr. I
: and Mrs. William E. Bolton Mon- The Junior Girls Auxiliary of the j i Z'Scct j cv Man to Represent You Who Is Assured of the Cooperation of s.J

day night. Mr. Nathan Bolton has !' Baptist Church met Wednesday aft- I .
Republican Congress.Paid
j just returned to this country, after ; ernoon at the home of Shirley Ben- L _
: being stationed In the Southwest bow. :

I Pacific with the Sea-Bees. j The business was presided over by -- ( Political 'iYdv. )
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i r m ,- i i\1" illI I 'H I I i iI iI I -THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

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rH D i Allies Ponder Terms i like to. lie. *j\d wicV

Y UORW i I the. Sky -. +

c_ It rn'rkes
feel }
EA QN me. so

For Postwar GermanyDebate Ire I: j nice. fc.nd Free,
I if I get my
Washington, D. C. z Memos of aColyumist's mood jvjrt right .
JOE MARTIN BUSY Sec'yHugh It simply rains dovn

Republicans aren't saying much Amputation of Reich for Prevention r. 4 I Baillie, United Press chief, poetry-

about it, but it is extremely noticeable Of Future War or Maintenance of I .. hS now covering the war on the Eastern -"R.1CCANt!
that Joseph W. Martin house R front, wires back that the Nazis

minority leader, is not playing a Country as Economic Unit. aren't quitting yet. But some of
prominent role in the national cam- 1 Hitler's pals over here want us to!

paign. Inside fact is that he is too One of my friends at. Col-

busy trying to get reelected in his lier's tells me that back in the Span- i w

own district, where he is opposed by By BAUKHAGE ish-American War our Navy was the

PMtnnnrl P.. Talbot.. former mayor News ,Analyst and Commentator. first to use rocket guns on the USS 1-.

of-F i-Ri.er- and a former sheriff Vesuvius. When it was told to some
WNU Service Union Trust Building which Clemenceau approached WNU Features.
of the county. Talbot is of French- top Admirals they were flabbergast
Washington, D. C. peace treaty in 1919. ed.
Canadian extraction a Catholic anda He said that the French reasoningas
By the time these lines are reada
War veteran.In
Spanish brisk discussion will be expressed by Clamenceau tooK
the 1942 election the largest public go- Labor leader Lewis was the butt CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
for granted that European wars are
ing, on (I hope) on the plan suggested -
district of
city in this congressional to be taken as normal or at least a practical joker in a crowded
of the
Fall River, voted as follows: Joe by Secretary Treasury recurrent affairs. The Wilson ap- Washington hotel foyer. Someone
deindustrialize Ger-
Martin received 11,765 votes while Morgenthau to pinned a "For Roosevelt" button on
proach was to make an effort to stop
If the matter has far
escaped -
the Democratic nominee Lomax received many. so the wars. Herein rose the conflict.As his back and was he fee-yoo-ree-us!
17,334 votes. Therefore while you let me say briefly that HOME STUDY COURSE
Mr. and soon. as we adopt the view that
Morgenthau his'supporters
the whole district went Republicanby believe that because Germany brutally Germany has to be crushed to pre- The Press Box: The N. Y. Herald Sensational! New! Magic shorthand typing i.
17,000 Fall River went Demo- Tribune headlined that course, easily understood.. .
mistreated her and vent her from fighting again, we telegrams Students! Opportumtv

cratic by almost 6,000. Already thereis other nations she should neighbors not only be must adopt the Clemenceau-Mor-: praising Gov. Dewey's oratory are limited. $1 is postpaid.knocking.Roy Act Branan now, Alto Copies, Ca.

a 41,000 registration in a city I denied all relief and rehabilitation genthau thesis of a "Carthaginian"or pouring in Howcum? Isn't
which cast only about 30,000 votesin destructive there a ruling against wires of con-
aid but that she should have all her peace .
1942. gratulation during this war? PRINTING
industrial machinery destroyed or Clemenceau SoughtTo
Outside of Fall River if Martincan Remember the journalistic whoops

be" kept down to a 12,000 lead, given to other nations, her mines Weaken GermanyThere when the gov't took over Montgomery MIMEOGRAPHING 14 years of fine work and and fair Multlgrapbinr.prices. Free
Democrats he can be licked. seized or plugged up and the nation samples! and prices. E. ALLS I1TU. 1500
figure appears however, to be a Ward? They wailed that it W. Nedro Avenue.
made into state of small farms. Philadelphia
a 41. Pa.
Martin led outside Fall River in 1942 difference in motive between the would devastate liberty The

by 22000. But in many of the small "Eye for'eye, tooth for tooth hand Morgenthau Clemenceau projects.The other day the same gov't took overa
for foot for burning for
hand foot
towns there are powerful groups of Morgenthau idea appears to be large Ohio war plant and the'same FRUIT
burning \vound for wound stripefor
Yankee liberal intellectuals who are motivated chiefly on the ,idea that gazettes buried the yarn The
close to the Willkie line. Talbot stripe.-Exodus( XXI 24-25). Post offered APPLES-APPLES-APPLES _
punishment will bring about a reform an arresting contrast: FanCY-$5 box "C"
; grade $4.50 box
has made contact with the United I quote the above well-known while Clemenceau frankly, in One of its stories quoted Churchill utility $3.50 basket. To consuming;public select -

Nations groups in this area and they verses not to imply that the ques- the language of Keynes wanted "to stating that no war criminals will be express, not over collect.5 bu Send to each check person.with Shipped order.

are working 'enthusiastically for tion of Germany's punishment is be- set back the clock and undo what free after the war. Another yarn Miller Apple Orchards, Cornelia, Georgia.

him. ing decided upon moral grounds but since 1870 the progress of Germanyhad revealed that British Fascist Capt.

S because there are those who suggest accomplished. By loss of terri- Ramsey (mixed up in Nazi espionage -

BIGGER AND BETTER BOMB that both the ancient law of retribu- tory and other measures her popu- ) had been released from gaol Spreading Joy

Army offiicials haven't revealed tion and the modern plan for a "Car lation was to be curtailed; but chief- and was free to do as he bloody

whether they plan to use, it yet, but thaginian peace" are considered as ly the economic system upon which well pleased How Tempus Fu-' Grief .

they've already perfected and testeda unwise, not on altruistic but on pure- she depended for her new strength, gits: Commy newspapers in the U. S. but can take care of itself,

new flying robomb bigger and ly, practical grounds. the vast fabric built upon iron coal now praise the Repub strongholdWall to get the full value of a joy
must have
faster than anything the Nazis have To those of us who covered the and transport was to be.destroyed." Street. you it with.-Mark somebody Twain. to divide

ever seen. Quebec conference the news of at So far Messrs. Clemenceau Mor-

Fact is, the new robomb was I least[ a part of the mission of Mr. genthau seem to see eye to eye. But At the National Press Club, Wash-

tested in the Middlewest last month, Morgenthau at the conference cameas the secretary of the treasury is not ington, the other day, George Gallup NO ASPIRIN FASTER

and whizzed through the air at more 'a surprise. He was the only mem- concerned particularly with trans- the surveyor of public opinion, than genuine, puro St. Joseph Aspirin. ,/

than 100 miles an hour during performance ber of the cabinet to attend, and discussed ferring Germany's economic powerto was cornered by some scribes. One orld's largest seller at lOc.None better

checks. The bomb has his plan for Germany with any other country. He certainly said: "Doc what does it look like to none surer. Why pay more? Why ever

been developed with the aid of the Roosevelt and Churchill in the presence doesn't want to transfer it to Amer- you right now?" To which Dr. accept less? Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.

Ford Motor company. Whether it is 'of Foreign Minister Anthony Gallup replied: "Roosevelt Bricker,

in production or not is a military Eden, who it is said, looked upon it ica.But Clemenceau felt (according to Fala Dewey and Truman!" .

secret. with favor when Mr. Morgenthau Keynes) that "if France could seize, How To RelieveBronchitis

Actually, during the last war, Ford presented it to him earlier in London even in part what Germany was I Mrs. Jonathan Wainwright, wife

produced a heavy robot bomb of his At Quebec we were told that compelled to drop, the inequality of of the heroic General captured by

,. own, but couldn't find out how it we might infer that the secretary. of strength between' the two rivals for the Japs, is due at the Waldorf

would perform- under' front line con the treasury came to discuss eco- European 4 hegemony might be remedied -. October 7.. _She will. do a. broadcast ,
;' .'It has never been revealed, nomic 'matters- his c pacity'as a for. many generations.' with Mrs.. R.Newspaperman. "
\ but in the American of World Creomulsion relieves promptly because
part member of the President's cabinet -
"This is the said
policy, Keynes
.- War I robomb partially it goes right to the seat of the
was committee.We .
"of an old man whose most vivid Stuff:. Two syndi- trouble to help loosen and expel
;F inspired by Gen. "Hap" Arnold, now not told that the other
were impressions and most lively imagination cated germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
,; commander of the U. S. air colyumers were talking shop soothe and heal tender
army two members of the committeewho raw, Inflamed -
', are of the past and not the the other night .' The first remarked bronchial mucous mem-
corps. were not present-opposed the future. He sees the issue in termsof that one of his papers had branes. Tell your druggist to sell
t Arnold brought his idea to the youa
r- Morgenthau plan; Secretary Stimson France and Germany not of humanity dropped his stuff because he at- bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
Ford asked Ford
company, emphatically, Secretary Hull at must like the it
and of European civilization tacked you way
the liked .
work out motor to with it. Ford paper
a go least negatively.At quickly allays the cough or you.are
forward towards
struggling a new The other said tried that
: "They to have
rolled up his sleeves, soon produced.a the time that your money back.CREOMULSIOhN.
we were surprised order. "
two-cylinder engine that worked with me. But I quit! "Yeah
Secretary Hull did not come to Que- And so Keynes concluded that the
well. Probably if World War I had said Ann Sheridan, "but I'll bet
lasted another six months, the ro bec. We were more so wheri"we "Carthaginian peace is not PRACTICALLY you had to slide like hell. to makeit ,
learned what the mis- "
Morgenthau "
right or possible and his !
bomb would have made its
appear sion had been.Germany .
ance 24 years earlier. prediction began to'come true almost

NOTE-The original American ro BigFactorIn before the ink on the treaty he The Moom Pitchers: In the' new

bomb is still preserved the Ford, Consumer Market was writing about was dry.I "March of Time" due this week WOMENY yoNR R'40s
laboratories in Michigan. do not know why Secretary Stim- "What to Do With Germany" of-
Opposition to, the idea of suddenly son and Secretary Hull oppose the
fers the
best shot yet of Hitler losing Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? -
stopping all in Ger-
manufacturing Morgenthau plan. But it may be
TEXAS control of his The
THINKS TWICE eyeballs. scene
If suffer from hot flashes, feel
is based you
many purely on economic that feel criticism of the
i Before Roosevelt delivered his peace- apparently was among film capturedby weak, nervous, a bit blue at times-
campaign speech at the teamster'sdinner grounds by some observers, by others makers of 1919 applies today: the Allies from retreating Nazis. all due to the functional "'middle.ae" -
on political The latterare ". !; period peculiar to women-try
reasons. "The clock cannot be
:'; he had a private session set back An amazing scene-the convincerthat Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable,Com
not of record but those who discuss said Keynes A.D. 1920. "You can- pound to relieve such symptoms.
with Teamster'Pres.. Dan Tobin, in Hitler is nuts "Seventh
the economic aspects of the pro- not restore Central Europe to 1870 ". Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com
which they discussed the political Cross a punchy anti-Nazi theme, pound helps build up resistance
,{ situation, especially in Texas, the gram are very vocal. without setting up such strains in the becomes punch-drunk when it at- against such annoying symptoms.P1nkham's .
They that economic Compound Is made
state that had been trying to makeup say pressure European structure and letting loose tempts to show good Germans in the especially for women-it helps nature

its mind whether to have Roose- would crack the program. That it such human and spiritual forces, as, Fatherland.The and that's the kind of medicine ...
would be inconceivable to Follow label directions. t
velt electors to suddenly pushing beyond frontiers and races buyl i'1
tors on the ballot.or non..Roosevelt elec- subtract 40 or 50 million people who will overwhelm not only you and LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S COMA
President of Ecuador will bea
would be left in Germany from the '
your 'guarantees, but the existing
"Did you hear Bob Hannegan'sstory world White House guest. .. "There'sNo
consumer market. And, of order of your society.
about Texas, Mr. President?" Place Like Washington" will be
course, if Germany were allowed to Wilson knew what Clemenceauwas
asked Tobin.
"With those electors published around Congo
produce nothing but what she could after but he thought that the
2 coming and going he says it's 'On S. Bloom's dghtr auth'd. Good
raise from the
ground she would
League of Nations would act to right
' ; again, 'off" again, gone again, Han- have nothing to sell and thereforeno the wrongs of the_ peace. Clemen- news for the ladies: The WPB will

-"Y negan.Roosevelt money with which to buy the ceau' got all he could, and the '''institutions" give the official nod to shoe manu-
that he had facturers time To make
products of other nations. some socn.
he left when he
done everything he could about There is no altruism behind that died as well as, for a time, the "or- femme shoes again-with high heels.

rl I Texas, but didn't know what was reasoning; it is based on the simple der of society" in France were as The Vatican's gold in the U. S. ,-

the matter with the folks down there. principle of the greatest good for the Keynes predicted overwhelmed. (since 1941) will soon be returnedto iClerrt urcth

named"There's Garner a fellow down there greatest number. Compared to the Perhaps Clemenceau wasn't Car; Rome. It was flown here via 1

r much who doesn't love you Morgenthau plan the ancient tooth- thaginian enough, in his peace. Those clipper 3 years ago. 32,000
replied Tobin, "but I don't for-a-tooth method firms dealing with war industry have
,t. punishment is who agree may well endorse the F0R66rears
think he's
going to vote against the applied to Dun & Bradstreet's- 354 AT DRUGGISTS
mild, it is argued. A man with one Morgenthau plan.
And if
Texas does defeat you, tooth missing is still material for tIn rating. Meaning that many expectto

they'll lose all the juiciest jobs in the dentist to work on, he can still spite of reduced employmentand resume civilian work shortly. \VNU-7 42-44
congress, for the best
committee Beware of stories from H'wood on
eat and work and
.; therefore is an a decline in industrial production -
..,-.: down chairmanships from the speaker asset to any community supportinga salaries and wages have con- Sinatra. One aggrieved person has r
:." :.' are chiefly held by Texans. I purveyor of food and other gadg tinued to increase during the past been gunning-for him and may tryprinter's
: don't think
: they'll cut off
to spite their faces." noses ets. But if you take away his earn- year. Nonagricultural wages and ink as the weapon. '

'..,:-i;, > Next day the Texas ing capacity your economic activity salaries for July, 1944 amounted to I' J

:: / voted to put the Supreme court is cut down by one unit. Multiplythat 8,983 million dollars an increase of Despite the promise of the Truman -, Help Them Cleanse the Blood ".,

'.k." electors'on: the ticket. pro-Roosevelt by 50 millions and it goes a long 9 per cent over July, 1943. The Committee not to do anything I of Harmful Body Waste
,.::;,:;. way to interfering with normal average weekly earnings in manu- about the Breakers Hotel Palm I Your kidneys are constantly filtering
trade. industries for Beach before 1st the returned waste matter from the blood stieaia.But
JAP WAR MAJOR JOB factoring June, 1944, Sept. kidneys sometimes lag in their'workdonot
There are of course, other con- (the latest date for which figuresare wounded there (Ream General Hospital act as Nature intended-fail to remove

; ing Administration about it but leaders they aren't talk- siderations, whichstill, fall under the available) were $46.28. This is ) have been quietly transferredby poison impurities the system that and, if upset retained the whole may

-, concerned about are privately head of the practical.. Maynard the highest on record and 7 per cent Gen. Somervell to Camp Atter- body machinery.Symptoms .
toE clay. They reaction Keynes, the British economist, had a above June, 1943. Average weekly bury, Indiana. And, althoughhe persistent headache may be,attacks nagging of backache dizziness! ,

: \ not only fear a good deal to say on.,that subject in a earnings in industries manufacturing claimed there was no need ford I getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
: possible slowdown of production and under' the feeling of nervous
/ fighting spirit, but also book which he wrote on the negotiations durable goods were $52.16 in I such a hospital on the Florida East I anxiety and eyes-a loss of pep and strength.
} an unrestrained I which produced the peace June, 1944, as compared with $37.36for Coast Somervell is now transform- Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder ..

!:,"",,,.,', day. celebration on Armistice treaty after World War I. Keyneswas nondurable goods industries. ing the WAC barracks at Daytona too frequent are sometimes urination.burning scanty or '.'

I thoroughly familiar with the details Since it 'is probable that employment Beach to' replace the Ream Gen'l There should be no doubt that prompt
Noisyt( street celebrations widespread treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
<, of those negotiations because in industries manufacturing Hospital. The current "inside"all Doan's Pills. Doai'f have been winning y.
A;', : any feeling he was secretary to Lloyd Georgeat durable goods will decline much over Washington and Palm new friends for more than forty years..
; that the is
(; : war over will be They have a nation-wide reputation.Are
!; :' most for the time. In his book "The Economic more than it will in nondurable goods Beach is that someone very dear to recommended by grateful people: the
unpleasant the
millions oi Consequences of the Peace" industries following the cessation of someone very influential used to country over. Ask your neighoorla

f."' families who have sons in the Pacific (Harcourt, Brace, 1920-better get a hostilities in Europe, the differencein spend the Winter at Palm Beach and
, still faced with the .
, : big job of de.feating P
stubborn copy if you can find one in print), earnings is unusually significantat was very upset when she could no e
Keynes describes the attitude in the present time. "- longer go there!

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Gems of Thought m .do'!: "

I, I "iai -IJ:!:] i .
is Si 'ily
HAPPINESS a perfume you ,.,} '
; v pour on others with- ::;:::: .. -0 -
[ out few ri3i8cCLc! :.
getting a drops on your-

self.-Emerson. aA Look for reinforcements at toes Photographs that have become

-:: Every season hath its pleasures; and heels when buying men's discolored and dirty 'from being

Spring may boast her flowery prime, socks. Tops should be elastic displayed without frames may be
f.' }'et the vineyard's ruby treasures enough to allow the foot in and cleaned by rubbing methylated

( Brighten autumn's sob'rer time. out with ease and yet recover their spirits over them. This should be

r ':MOORE shape/to fit snugly.> done very quickly, and in a room

f r-.-: He that obliges me in a -.- without fire or a naked light. ,

strange country maketh himself Should you lose the end of a zip- -.-

f '; my brother. per, use a tiny safety pin in its A small magnet (if you can get

; A man's first care should bet place. Wind thread around it to one) is "a handy item for pickingup

to avoid the reproaches of his cover. pins and needles off the sewing

t own heart.-Addison. -.- room floor.

When food has been spilled on -.-
(z.-, We shall prosper as we learn
f; to do the common things of life the open coils of the electric range Shoe trees may be used in dry- t

allow it to char, then brush it off wool socks
in an uncommon way.-Booker I .ling or stockings to pre-:
r- T. Washington. era with a soft brush. them from'shrink ng.
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1 '., What You Should e o

;/t Large-Sized VesteeBy Know About-\ Frills SNAPPY FACTS

:' -- ABOUT '

Popular Request \ .,vr Q; If you have a power machine
:: .' wj;; ,t: ''Sa and have learned to use the at- I RUBBEREconomic :

kjo.. :: tachments there is quite a saving Y :
I ., ::
; ;1. 'fv'.: o
making your own frilled cur-
,: ,' .. ..,"'- "'. t 1Y ...,...'. .,- s tains, dressing table skirts and -1

bed valances.If .

i::' \L > conditions .
in the
t-9 1 you do not have a power machine -
,- iJft or the use of one, by all Latin-American countries have 1:7;1
.,7' .; been greatly influenced by
means buy your frills. Sometimesan
the demand -,
for natural rub- '
extra pair of curtains makes a
'i.'_', ber. This is evidenced by the .
report that Nicaragua shipped -
i 2-TO-l OR 100% .
$: rg9ffr5 FULLNESS FOR to the U. S. 1,267 tons of rubber '.j.+
",:" :U aa a: a 9r RUFFLES, CURTAIN in 1943 compared with .
( FLOUNCES OF only 60 tons sent us in 1941. <
\- .. Braise the Meat to Make It TenderSee MATERIAL WITHCONSIDERABLE 4
:: BODY + The B-29 Super fortress,our largest
( Recipes Below)
z TO.I OR (soy. -
aerial has built Into It '
;- i4yi' FOR weapon '
Braise the Meat I LIMP ,some 5,000 pounds of rubber,covering :-4;
\" Lynn Chambers' (PointSavingMenu GOODS i more than 200 Items. Thirty -;'.
bullet-sealing fuel tanks alone ac- :"

::" If you're making the most of your MEASURE SPACE r ,1. ( count for nearly two tons of rubber. l :J.{
red points these days, you're buying TO BE '
.7 *Braised Short Ribs of Beef FILLED i ,- Rubber Director Dewey authority"
the less expensive cuts of meat.
Ze-YYjy WITH '
Gravy Vegetables for the statement that heavy-duty .11
: j how do you prepare them? Cole Slaw Full THE r military tires made with 70 per .'j

,:(.:, I, The answer is in braising, long, Toasted Cabbage Rusk Grape Jelly FABRIC THEN .. L .. f cent synthetic rubber and rayon :..
f;) slow, moist heat cooking which ten Cake MULTIPLY cord are better than the best military .

derizes the meat, Spice tires made before the war. .
2. "11"0 browns it perfectly Recipe Given '
... ..,
'- -
." ( and gives the skirt for a dressing table with very : ;

I ,; Pattern No. 5640 meat tenderness Clove of garlic little waste. Curtains that are ruf-

)' MANY I and flavor.. Pot 1 cup tomatoes fled all the way around may often '

SO readers have asked roasts, short ribs, Bacon drippings be split for bed valances. Also, it ....1i
that I
, '
design "largesize"vestee
,: ; swiss steaks, 'Rub skillet with clove of garlic. is possible to buy ruffled materialby '

which could be easily' jIIg! meats cooked Wash oxtail, chop at each joint or the yard. Avoid., skimpy full- 1
knitted that I've done this _
one specially -
' slowly with cut neck .bones apart. Roll each ness.
:::" for sizes 38, 40, 42 and 44. / vege- '
all piece in seasoned flour,-then brown '
.... Made in maroon or wine-colored C come- tithe NOTE: Here is news for homemakers.This .
under meat evenly on all sides in bacon '
; sketch is from a new booklet by B.FGoodrjch
; yarn it's just the sort of winter
.. head of braising.There's drippings.Add Mrs. Spears called MAKE YOUR OWN ,
vestee which is, most popular. CURTAINS. This 32-page book is full of )J
-. onions carrots
in parsley bay
plentyof ,good eating ,
:.., Button the lapel over for. added smart new curtain and drapery ideas with ,.
\. warmth under coat-wear this type of cooking, but your meatsare leaf, tomatoes, salt and pepper. Cover illustrated step-by-step directions for
a your low in point value. Too they tightly and measuring cutting making and hanging
the vestee for comfort in
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?1-..........N.N N..NN.. ................................-....:-:..:N..................I I work.football.And Marty to all keep the football up the team good

"You Is it were possible wonderful.that a"new love has Palm Beach "

come into the picture for M. T.. liquors nc.

\ Such as D. C. ,

I IJSL Our .Boys You'd Pape better you're losing take it your easy technique.cause Seminole and Canebrake Package Store

Margie seems to be rather sweet on

tn theSerY1Ce Milton.Who is :Marty's secret lover? She

t carries his picture around in her V
billfold with her right behind him RUM SALE

in a lovely bathing suit. Guess her

.Q, four name dollars.and we'll give you the sixty-

Now until next week at this same .

time we bid you a fond goodbye.But Limited Quantity

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news news that's interesting from stories POPULAR BRANDS BELOW COST f

Much of our service that are reliable.

week: is in feature stories from the
Various public;relations offices which Too Late To Classify CUBAN RUMS \

\ve are' always pleased to receive.But .
we are also anxious to get just
:the little items enclosed in letters (Continued from l'age 5) London Bar Ricardo -

that Public Relations. .never learn of. ought to know that It is tough enough I Ron Mardis Havana Special

being a Republican in this state $269
From Mrs. Foy Durrence we learn without adding further handicap by Casablanca El Cubano '

this week that her brother, Sgt. supporting an issue that the bulk of '

"Munselle Stone is now stationed in the voters are not the least bit in $4.50 VALUE Rio Rita .
Paris France. Muny is very en- sympathy with.I .
thusiastic about the excellent fool
am writing as a reporter and
and treatment he is receiving and
giving the picture as I see it froma
the magnificent buildings and sights PUERTO RICAN RUMS
careful review of every newspaper -
tto be seen. He mentioned particular i
and magazine published in' Floridaas r
% the Cathedral of Notre Dame
well as from dependable contacts.
land the Eiffel Tower but seems quite
My opinion is not changed. I still
entire around Ron Leo "
taken with the area
anticipate a strong Republican vote : .
Ron ZorroHavana
Paris. He is with an engineering < '
that will include substantial support 1 $219
; '\o
regiment and is at present driving & 3 CaptainsV
from former Democrats who are ve'ymuch
3Pep. Club
dissatisfied and cannot
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along with the present administration. $4.10 VALUE M
'Mrs. Durrence also tells us that i It is not my fault that the
her brother-in-law, Cpl. Clayton S. trend is decidedly Republican but -"'" p -

Waters is now stationed in Belgium that's the the evidence
way points London Bar Cuban
with an Ordnance Division.Everything and if Miles Draper continues to gain Rumpi.. $195
is fine he writes, except ,
I as he has during the past two weeks
that mail is very slow in reach- .. .
we'may wake up to find that we have -
"ing him. actually elected a Republican United
> States Senator for he is as close on Imported Gin fifth $2.45 ....
Some bad news we hope no more Pepper's heels as MacArthur is onTojo's
serious than he makes out in his letter ,
: -All right, I'm NUTS but .
from Pfc. Owen Wiun of the --r __ ;
you gotta wait until Nov. 7 to proveit.
U. S. Marine Corps who has been inmost '
of the hot spots in the Pacific Ron Marin SS., Mum fifth 2.98 _

'fighting. He is now aboard a hospItal -
ship somewhere in the Pacific
---- .
Yecuperating from injuries received
when "nipped slightly by a Japanese (Continued from page 1) Gordon's ; OLDPLAINSMAN

sniper." In his letter to his DRY GIN
of the Hallowe'en Dance which follows I
mother: ,1\1rs. A. H. King he says: Pint Quart ; KENTUCKY BOURBON ..
it isn't the carnival will be' held'dur-
"Honest made two
bad-jUst $3.49 5th
Veal small holes where the bullet ing the dance. $2.14 $4.20 : i $3.33 5th V

vent in and came out. Just stunga The seventh to twelfth grades are

: little bit! I want to get back represented in this contest and votes .
"with my company but I supposelhey'11 are the same price as in the lower SPECIAL PRIVILEGE BLEND, 5th . . . $3.30 '.':
. take me to some hospital and grade contest. Those candidates receiving .

dilly-dally around before they turn the ,greatest; number of votes BOTTLED IN BOND Bourbon Rye Qt; ': '. $4 94 .
or . . .
me loose. will be crowned king and queen and

" He said he got his tank stuck in the runner-ups will be their attend- ,-

"a: bomb crater and was outside hook- ants' Page boys and train bearers
ing on cables for two other tanks to will be Dazzle Powers Eddie Mus- SWANEE PRIDE, 100 'Proof, 5th . . . . $3.93

grave Floyd. Dayton' John Ro -
Dull him out. It came out OK and gJoyce
'While he was unhooking the cable the Bartz and Janice Magill. I 5 Yr. Spanish Brandy, 5th $4.88 State,House Blend, 5th $4.03
"bullet Crowns will be presented by last'j
"nicked" him. Says there'sino
danger of his returning to the year's monarchs :Margie Allen and ; Gold Medal Gin, 5th $3.20 Dougherty Blend, 5th $3.40

States this Horace Brown.Immediately. _
trip and he's hoping he'll

get to see Jimmy Elmore again. following' the coro-
nation the grand march, led by the

Earl Hingson of the U. S. Navy is; new king and queen and their at- -
bow at home on a'brief tendants will take place.
leave. He 14 ___ ..._ __ _u ,-_' .. ,_ __
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Serving aboard
the USS Arkansas I --

end took part in the invasion of ST. :MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL I I ...... "... '.. .'.,."':1. ". < .-,..._.. '
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:Prance. CHURCH :! THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .;... ;/ : ;y.:, :f; f' -
'1; :Y ).. ...;. I II
Services ., 'It a_ ;: ;;b;' I
every bunday at 8:30 .. _
Parker Wilson showed us a letter :It"\.J ." .' '.h "p. ':I: I
a.m... at Clewiston .' : '
Community x -
from his sister the ,other: day who is :> : i > & *
"with the Army Nurse Corps in Italy. Church. ,
'She: says its plenty tough and that Rev. S. D. Mason, 'Rector. II II I 'r .
those who expect the war to be over Ir I

;,; "Very soon had better think things r

:' ever> again. Evidently, from the way Ship-Building Plant. ) 1ei
'he wrote; she is up near the front I .r:;:;.

,. Ines in that country. Going Up At Ojus I\i i.. :: T.0 tit ; T.t T.

., : Tiger's' Roar Another Florida swamp gave way to t I It II

industry when work got under way I .
for the construction of another t
\ ship- !
I'. THE CORRIDERS" building plant at Ojus with a launch I r/ II
By Betty
McDuffie and Marilyn ing site on Dumfoundling Bay. I I
Davis : i. I II II II II II II II
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FLASH! Word has ,just been received : -.. fAe
:'; I
, 'a Junior refused the
,;-', honor of escorting two beautiful \ \ I

'dignified. Senior girls to the dance When our fighting men I j4 j\
V Vm\ Friday! Oct. 13. Just what can return are they; going to bo I
this ? ,
compelled to PAY for a
J. M., you better watch J
your step
i; "tor we know of a little boy in Moore I

. Maven that thinks M. W. is one girl :: 1 :
; "In a million. I ; IVV V
Will they be FORCED to r.V t
r Il
What Senior is being challenged l :
rY Ii
: join a, union and V
r' "by a Sophomore that she can't take pay exorbitant V :
'. ''Tier: Cassnova boyfriend away from initiation fees, dues and i : :

her even if she does' write better love assessments in order to hold a :
F r, -'no es than she does 'D .
? ; M., you'd job? r I
L better take it easy, there's danger in "

r: the True air. love never: : "We can't-argue- with the Judge on that isn't the answer. It's not that simple. We .
> ; runs smooth. The Passage of ?
the "Right- of that didn't we
r ? It's not fair to had nearly 14 years proof ,
Could this apply to ;:Marilyn and point, can we Mabel penalizethe
k to..Ol'lt"mcncl.l1lcnt No. 5 "The real answer is education and better
. Horace? See Chapter. III of Love many for the actions of few.
: and Hate in the "Tiger Roar" next on the ballot Nov.' 7th will "That, folks, is exactly what we would be control. In fact, the responsible members of

1...', "tveek. ,prevent, this, e\il. .. doing in this country if we ever voted for the distilling industry are working con
: Poor P. T. Has she started 'on the ; '. prohibition again. Auchorities who have stantly toward that end. They don't want \

; prowl again. She'd better because made a careful study of the problem, report anybody to abuse the use of their" productany
ten: is leaving pretty / .' drink more than the three of us do. -
soon. "IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM" that only about 5% of those who .
To Joann and Melvin "send .; '. ',:,' "If everybody would take that sensible.
' V we our ''}n : V abuse the privilege occasionally...95%drink V ,,
: and
'J best> wishes and congratulations in :V r' .. ', sensibly. Probably doesn't compare with attitude, Judge. cooperate as more -
dope that they have .. ., we'd be a lot better '.
long and beau- the number of folks who overeat and do more are now
r : tiful' romance. other things to excess. Prohibition certainly off a lot quicker '
L;: Marty seems to be all the Vote FOR
!" tail Amendment No. 5, .' :. .
[ < these days. FOOTBALL HERO NO. Nov. 7thw.n. : I .
: '*. What do you think about this .' This adccrlhemtnt sponsored by Conjee ... "r Beverage Industries.Inc.
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'.Carolyn? That was a fine game of ,", .2 __ ..' -. .- -,----

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