The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 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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I rr.;'\ GENERAL ELECTION Couse Is SpeakerAt 'SUGAR: HARVEST IS I II No Outdoor' Lights I P.-T. A. CARNIVALON

Kiwanis Meeting Again This YearThe


County Judge J". M. Couse, of I Office of War Utilities is ask-

Moore Haven, was guest speaker at I ing all city officials, civic clubs,,

V' BUT EASY TO MARK the meeting of the Kiwanis Club I\ ALL PLANTATIONSThe \ merchants and citizens generally to NETS OVER $1100The

this week which was held at the dispose with outdoor decorative

I home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown,, lighting this Christmas as was done I t

\ The percentage of registered voters! Mrs. Brown serving the members I The sugar cane harvest season of I in 1942 and 1943. I Hallowe'en Carnival stagedby

casting a ballot in a general electionin I with a 'delicious spaghetti supper.. 1944-45 got underway Wednesday I r It is not asked that indoor light- the Parent-Teachers Associationon

Hendry County appears likely to, Judge Couse's talk concerned the morning as scheduled and there is s i: ing be done away with but a tremendous the school campus Saturday
reach an all-time. high next Tuesday I nine constitutional amendments a more optimistic feeling concern I quantity of fuel is used in I evening was the most successful of

-when voters will visit the polls which are to be voted on next Tues- ing the success of the crop this year producing the outdoor lights used.I any such affair ever held here and

.mainly to help choose a Chief day in the general election and he 'I than in any season since the begin-. I I ordinarily at the Christmas season 'Mrs.I I A. O. Ward, P.-T. A. president,

Executive for the United States for gave a very concise, analytic and informative ning of the war. I II Statisticians have figured that elimination estimates that when all bills are

the coming four years. resume of the proposed I Cutting began, simultaneously ii of the outdoor lights will I paid that approximately $1100 will

amendments. all plantations with a goodly supply! .1'.1'I save' enough fuel to meet the re- be netted.
The ballot will also contain namesof I '
all Democratic and Republican Mrs. F. E. ConklIng assisted Mrs. i lof cane cutters and the sugar house I quirements of a ,city of 50,000 peo-I A large crowd attended the carnival -

candidates and, for the first time inFlorida's Brown in preparing and serving the I I is expected to begin operating early I I ple for a year. I ate a fish supper on the grounds

will have these dinner which was highly complI- this afternoon, to continue twenty- I Under OWU order utilities are I or munched hot dogs and hamburgers -
into different mented by all of the members. Mr. I four hour operation until the close prohibited from making temporary played bingo, had their for-
e candidates separated
columns so that a voter may, If he I Conkling, was a guest at the meeting -! of the season in the spring. I II installations for lighting.. ,tunes told, pitched pennies at bot-

I More labor has been made available tles or baseballs at milk bottles, and
-I to the U. S. Sugar Corporation Royal Manager LosesJrna'In.JutoAccident bought candies, pies and cakes at

; column of party candidates he wishes\ I Clewiston Tigers Are I this year through contracts with the I I the booths set up for this purpose.

to support. However, in this area, War 'Foods Administration and a I The Crazy House had its usual
to be little interest in Defeated 33-7 By total of some 3,000 Jamaicans will thrills for patrons and the raffling
there seems
that for the Presidency II be available for the crop season. A Near Bare Beach of a turkey a hen, cakes and other
any race save Glade ,
and here, as in the remainderof Belle FridayThe large trainload of these laborers I items helped to swell the total receipts -

the nation both candidates will j. arrived here yesterday morning. I Hardy Taylor, of Belle Glade, for the evening. .

get considerable, support.The Clewiston Tigers suffered The cane crop is reported to be I general manager of the chain of: I Most attention was centered, however :-
their fourth defeat of the season at in excellent condition despite the in the coronation of the king
voter who does not wish to Royal groceries, lost his left arm ir'I
disregard. the hands of the powerful Belle minor damage caused by the gale and queen of the carnival and king
vote a straight ticket will the 'collision of his with a truck
the ballot Glade eleven last Friday afternoonby winds off the hurricane which pass- 'I car and queen of the Carnival dance. In
the circle at the top
a score of 33-7. I ed through Florida recently and I II driven by a negro at Bear Beach the first group were the contestants
X's before the names
and will mark
of the candidates of his choice as in The Tigers' played one of the best j corporation officials, as well as independent -1!i Wednesday evening. from each grade: in the primary and

past elections. To vote for President games they have played this season j growers, are looking forward I Mr. Taylor had been working al' elementary school, Sue Cornette and
.... match for the heavier to a great i
but were no John DeValcourt being, the winners.
Roosevelt he will vote for the I the store in Clewiston for several
'... Belle Glade aggregation. For three The corporation will cut cane
eight Democratic electors. To vote days and had just completed his They were crowned at an impressive

tor Governor Dewey he will vote for i quarters Clewiston bottled up Belle from approximately 6,000 acres work; here that eveningand was"driving -I ceremony on the basketball court

the: eight Republican electors. I I Glade's hard running backs, Joe while the acreage of independent to his home when his car was with C. E. Miner having charge of
Cherry and Wallace Lutes, but the t II growers will add another thousand the ceremony. Jimmy Pitzen and
Senator Claude Pepper is being I sideswiped by the truck, owned by
Golden Rams pushed over 20 points or fifteen hundred acres. i Bobby Weeman
: were boys. The
-opposed for re-election by Miles H. I Bob Crouch of Lake Harbor. Both page:
Draper on the Republican ticket. I. in the final quarter to cinch the I the car and the truck were overtl11'n1ed ) king and queen then, presided over

t. game. in the center of the highway and the costume parade and presented
W. Greb
Republican Edward I
West Palm Beach is seeking to become i Belle Glade scored in the openingtwo SALE OF T BONDS ; the car was demolished.The I prizes' for best costumes for preschool -
children to Pittman and
minutes play on a long pass Gayle
the first Congressman from the injured man was rushed to I I
to Cherry hut the ,try foi' the extrapoint ', Windsor Meador; to Sharon Crochet,
''Clewiston. where it '
new Sixth Congressional District the Hospital was
fal'sftfl! ;J T Tigers scored late NOW APPLIES ON : I Ronald Hare"and Buzzie Powers
oppofcirg th j Democratic! nominee;l'f' I I I16TH found necessary to'amputate the: I.
when Richard from the grades to three
in the second quarter] : I one group
arm that He
Dwight L. -Rogers. of Fort Lauder- badly mangled night.
Pape intercepted a Belle Glade lateral and to Iris Ann Wright and Betty
dale. was not seriously injured any other I
I and ran fifty-five yards for a BOND QUOTA I'way and is apparently recovering 1 Bailey for grades three through s-ix.
is the Republican
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touchdown. Junior Wilcox' kicked rapidly. i At the dance which followed the
candidate for governor against I the extra point and the Tigers led, --- carnival at the Sugarland '''Park
Millard Caldwell and J, Harry SchadIs ''at the half 7 to 6. Although the Sixth War Loan ; The accident 'is said to have oc-i Recreation Hall Margaret Williamsand

seeking to oust Attorney General Belle Glade scored again late in I drive will not open,. officially, until cured about 8:30. None of the ne. Sherwood Hall were chosen as
I riding in the' track, were believed -'
groes .
Tom Watson the third quarter after recovering November 20 to run through December -
'and queen of the dance and
Since Florida is fundamentally aI I: a Clewiston fumble 6n the Tigers'I 16, it is pointed .out by C, injured. were attended by the contestants

Democratic state the regular De- four yard line. From that point on V. Parkinson, chairman of the. drive I from ,the other high school grades.

mocratic nominees are not greatly I the Tigers began to tire rapidly and I Inn Hendry County, that all savings I Fire; Damages Richaud These were in order of their stand-

alarmed by the Republican opposi- I were easily outdistanced by the Belle I bonds of. Series E, F and G sold during ings in the contest: 'Peggy Powell
,, the entire months of Novemberand i Home Thursday Noon i ii
tion. I Glade boys Melvin Torbert's. performance and Lionel Beatty Harriett Alston

There are, also nine amendmentson I at tackle position was out- December will be credited. i __ I III and Junior Martinez, Carolyn Bryant

the ballot to be voted on. These s standing- for the Tigers. t Hendry County's quota for this Fire which broke out shoitly afternoon I and Marty Waldron, Mary Lee
I '' II
Belle Glade made twelve first 'drive is $522,000 and of this amount did considerable
amendments have been run for thir- yesterday Brinkley and Dick McLeod, Callie
.' teen weeKs in legal form in this pa- I downs to six for Clewiston, and gained the "E" bond quota' i-s $55,000. i damage to the garage, kitchen and I Davis and Russ Owens.

l per and have been discussed editorially i a total of 281 yards to 105 for This is, sale value of bonds rather I dining room of the home of Mr. Robes had been rented for the
Clewiston. than maturity value and the sale of and Mrs. A. J. Richaud on Circle
j at times. It now appears l I occasion and the king and queen and -
l that No. 5 will be the only really I The Clewiston line-up; Pape, le; war stamps will not be. credited ex- I Drive their retinue formed an 'impressive -,:-

I liard-fought amendment in the group. Torbert; It; Sims, / lg; Bolton, c; cept after the stamps are exchangedfor I The fire was started by a kerosene -I assembly as they marched the ,.
This amendment seeks to outlaw the Beardsley, rg; Holland, rt; Poole, bonds. stove which Mrs. Richaud was length of the auditorium and were .
I' I
I closed shop and put a slight curb on re; McLeod, qb; Martinez, hb; Wilcox Mr. Parkinson states that the using ot heat water for the laundry: crowned by last year's king and

e I organized labor in the state. It is I hb; Waldron, fb. same organization will handle salesas !;. in the garage, which is attached to I queen, Horace Brown and Margie .
t'' in the past and if the citizens of the house. The blaze discovered -
being endorsed by Attorney General was Allen. They then led the Grand
1 4', Watson and fought by the labor ; The Canebrake Modern the county respond as well as theyhave !I! by neighbors before members of March. i

unions but appears very likely to ; in past drives there will be no the family, then at lunch, were

j pass by a large majority. I Bar, To Open TomorrowThe difficulty in reachIng the quota. aware that anything was wrong. I teacher Mrs. J. H. Walker, fourth grade
charge of the king and
The quota for Florida is $127,000-, !
the arrival the
Upon of
\: 3 To vote on these amendments It I I 000. queen contest and much of the credit
'' -will-be to mark X for the blaze was still confined to the I Igarage' '
necessary an Canebrake Bar located in the for its great success goes to her. An
Ia[t or against each one. Voting a I building formerly occupied by I I'foulis' but when the doors ''were I II estimate of $156 was made from
Field HereIn opened the fire began spreading to
i straight ticket will not cover votingfor Cafe just south of the sugar Secretary f I I this contest with its penny votes for
the kitchen of the home. Firemen -
the amendments. I office building. Is being opened at I Interest of TB (I the contestants.
i The ballot Is long but simple and fought the blaze with the auxiliarytank i iI
eleven o'clock, ,
voting should be greatly expedited, I it is Satur-l, Xmas Seal Drive of water for sometime before.
as well as the counting.EmbryRiddle day morning I the hose could be coupled to a diStant -: Parent-Teacher Ass'n.Thanks j
week Dagorette who has
by Joseph longs
I hydrant and it was
-- here from New York to operatethe Carnival DonorsThe ,
Mrs. Grace M. Ensign of Jacksonville after i a plentiful,I supply of water I 7.

Considers place. field secretary of the Florida I was obtained' until the fire was under -.
The new bar is very modern in I I control. School children and
s Purchase 'of Dorr Tuberculosis and Health Association I officers of the Parent-Teach-
design and the interior is most at- i I neighbors assisted in clearing the
was hf"-e Tuesday to confer er Association take this means of expressing -
1 t Field From D.P.C. 1 1I tractive.of the rectangular To prevent room they ,box a effect false I with local officials of the Christmas house of all furniture Iso that'none I their appreciation to the '('
of It 'water.
I Sal Drive which, it is hoped, will was damaged by
number of cash .
I wall has been built along the east !' i This was the second fire alarm 1 1i large of donations ..'
be the gieatest one ever put on. i listed below who helped .
as and those .
wall murals I'
side. this
Along are
MIAMI, Nov. 2EmbryRlddle'Co.
+I ,
of the week, the first being a grass .
Mrs. that tuberculosis
explained '
., is considering purchase of Dorr behind which are flourebcent lighting Ensign fire along the highway near Hen- by baking cakes or helped with .
4' Field, Arcadia, for use as an aero- fixtures. The bal itself is built ;i was spreading rapidly is dry County Motors. services in any other manner: ":'

nautical flight; and technical school, in a zig-zag shape to match the op- the i congested labor areas and that ., -- Parkinson's, B. and B. Grocery, B. h,

j according to George G. Wheeler, jr., posite wall and has 'all of the latest j I the only hope of stopping this rapid and B. Meat Market, Royal's, Town- '
is educate the people to 1 Football Team To Be I
G, executive vice-president. i! appointments Air conditioning unitChas site Commissary, Harlem Commissary ti:
I Training of AAF cadets at Dorr.i been installed and a little later I the very grave danger and to make. I Guests 'At Theatre Clewiston Inn, Chalker and 'f

Fiend) was suspended Oct. 16. The '; a smoke removing unit will ,be put every effort to have everyone secure 1 i Lund Construction Company, B. L. '1 1

field is now owned by Defense Plant in. 1[periodic X-ray examination. I i! Thompson, W. W. Perry, Vaughn :)

.'. Corp., which has announced that I 1 In connection with the bar a restaurant 'f To this end, the mobile X-rav Next Thursday night the mem-]I'and Wright, Bank of Clewiston,

plants it owns are, to ,be disposed of will be operated, opening i units maintained by the state boards hers of ,the Clewiston manage-I I Clewiston Motor Company, Sugar

aster they have been declared sur Just as soon as the storage room of health are now paying more at- will be the guests of the Bowl, Downs Beauty Parlor, Shorty's

plus. The/ corporation also owns I and living quarters being constructed \ tention to examinations of adults I meat of the Dixie Crystal Theatre (Continued on Page 8)

Carlstrom Field In Arcadia and Riddle in the rear of the main building I than to school children, particularly : and the program will feature a Pete I .,

I Field in Clewiston. are ready for use. This should be members of school faculties. It I Smith specialty. "Football Thrillsof Vs. Wildcats

I h Wheeler pointed out that Carl- within the next week or two. The I is also of great importance, she says 1913." Tigers .

j'' :,:..... strom and Riddle Fields are not affected -1 best of food Is promised when the that all food handlers be examined. ; This specialty will gIve'a resume ) Here Next FridayThe
J by the announcement because restaurant begins 'operating. i and the pictorial highlights of the I 1

J' both are continuing indefinitely with I The package store is located in a GOVERNOR HERE I outstanding games of the year. will the : i
; the training of American and British -! small room built in the northwest I Clewiston Tigers
,cadets. corner of the building and has been I i Governor? Spessard L. Holland woo RATIONING BOARD NOTICEThe Palm Beach Wildcats' "B" team :

"We are considering the purchase \open for several weeks. fc an overnight guest at the Clewiston I here next Friday night on the local
I, '. ration board will field! Kick-off is at 8:15. These
of Dorr Field now, and will considerthe I Inn ,Wednesday night and planned 1 Clewiston _
purchase of Carlstrom and Rid. Mr. and" Mrs: W. C. Owen- are to go duck hunting on .the lake be closed to the public all day every teams: are evenly matched and the

I dle Fields when their closing Is finally '. 'spending 'today in Miami on- business I Thursday morning, the opening of Wednesday and every Saturday aft-I game promises to b an interesting ,

determined," Wheeler said., [ i the season.. ernoon. one.>

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N for ;E F.. xctYj I RU0OR know" how doth ; 1

Kaiser Backs Drive cr s "ike busy bee. '

Large Turnout at Polls srsa, W EA ON r WN s .icri I Inrlict one.Kc-d jmtJl one Shell demonstrate path sting with? '4 I I

New Orleans, La. Lint From a Blue Serge Suit to ,)
4' F me. .
BRITISH AWARE OF CONGRESS New Yorkers and others planningto r
Election of Enterprising Officials Assures Although the average Britisherwill visit Miami Beach this winter knowCLASSIFIED eta

be amazed if FDR is not electedto "will be sleeping in churches and how doth the

Program for Full Productivity, Famed a 'a fourth term, recent weeks have schools," according to the presidentof little

Shipbuilder Tells Countrymen. seen the British press and public far the Greater Miami Hotel Ass'n. Rh. f

; more aware of the possibility of Re- .- The Fibber McGee film,

publican victory. "Heavenly Days," briefly outlawed

When Governor Dewey began his along with "Wilson" by some U. S. 0

By BAUKHAGENews recent speaking tour, he rated about Senators (for showing to troops overseas *? V,.I

Analyst and Commentator. one paragraph per speech in most ), will be released any day. .,
London papers, with an editorial The new stamp commemoratingthe 4

WNU Service, Union Trust Building, I Now what about this job business tending to deprecate the GOP stand- defense of Corregidor was cray- WNU Features
Washington, D. C. that voters have so much to do with? ard-bearer. Enthusiastic Republican oned by Logan U. Reavis of Asso-

Mr. Kaiser's views on this subject of ciated Press Look
Commentators and newspaper Representative Karl Mundt South : .' The pub-

writers get a lot of free meals. Or will startle a lot of people. Dakota remarked that when he arrived lishers have been raiding all other
But they will not startle manyof in London in "'for their
at least they are offered a lot early September mags new picture projectto -
from people and organizations who the members of the fraternity of he needed a magnifying glassto compete directly with Life.

want something. So when I was in- big businessmen who, like Mr. find any reference to Deweyalways DEPARTMENTBeauty

vited to attend a luncheon given by Kaiser, know that their bread is but- referred to by the British as Gerald L. K. Smith, testifying be-

the Nonpartisan Association for tered with the same spread that "Governor Tom Dewey." fore a congressional committee, said

Franchise Education, Inc., I wondered covers the slice in the working However, the challenger's space in choosing between Dewey and Preparations z

When I learned that HenryJ. man's dinner pail. the London press gradually in- Roosevelt is like choosing betweena WRINKLE. REMOVER! (government in-

Kaiser, shipbuilder and entre- Mr. Kaiser believes in three prin- creased during September, culminating thug and robber.. If Smith isn't refunded spected) Preparation 30 days' supply guaranteed$3.00.or money

would be there, I was more ciples: in double-column headlines on careful, Herr Goebbels will sue him MRS. LEONARD BUTLER, Havana. Fla.

interested.I preneur 1. High wages. (This is a hot one the .front pages the night after his for plagiarism. Editor and Pub-

arrived late, as I must at all for the old-fashioned tycoon to swal- Oklahoma City speech. lisher's survey revealed that only 20 Home Air Conditioning

luncheons, since I don't get off the low!) Chatting one day with a memberof per cent of the papers are' for FDR Home Owners
air until 1:15. I slipped quietly into 2. Increased production. (That the British House of Commons, and that 10 states haven't a single any home very or effectively Builders:, install Air-Corvdltlon your-
isn't so terrifying.) Congressman Mundt was asked Roosevelt gazette. self. Average home S20,00. Details $1.00.
the one vacant chair, for a stocky, Atco Enterprises,P. O. Box 84-1.ReDo.Nev.
bald-headed man in glasses was 3. Low prices. .(Another bomb- about Dewey's chances. He replied

making some highly emphatic remarks -' shell.) that he thought they were excellentand When a Nazi war prisoner diedon

accompanied by gestures These are necessary, he believes, that Dewey might very well go American ship returning ,hereit HOMESITES- -

which go with what you visualize as to full employment which is in turn into the White House next year. The was decided to bury him at sea Ideal Hcmeslte. grove-garden- S5 ,,,

the big business get things vital not only to prosperity but the member of parliament, off guard, an hour after the blackoutwhenthe Clearwater acres, paved Bay.highway Overlook near gulf Dunnedin honeymoon near ;

done executive. only escape from depression, dissension answered: "What a pity." garbage was dumped too. Isle 2500. 3110 Main St., Tampa Fla.

and war. Mundt mentioned the incident "
He was talking about the necessityof
"full employment" after the war. And what, I asked Mr. Kaiser, later to Churchill's minister of in- Several of the accounts in the pa- HOME INSTRUCTION

are the things which we have to formation, Brendan Bracken, who pers about the "Under Cover"author Writers. Develop your talent. Individual,
the time the was
By have to achieve full employment? apologized: being ejected from GeraldL. skilled guidance by exper. editor author.
over I was another one of the people 10-week corresp. course $15. Hollywood
this human Kaiser Mentions'Production "I thought we had them better K. Smith's press conference by I Writers Inst., P. O. Box 907, Hollywood 28.
who once having seen "
trained than that. the frightened Smith, exposed by
dynamo of mass production in Needs .
the author
appeared to overlook the PRINTING
almost afraid to talk
action are Two essentials which he named PARLIAMENT NOTICES big point in the story. Instead of
about him. It requires just too
many immediately were: first, competitionthat CONGRESSAn belittling author John Roy Carlsonfor MIMEOGRAPHING and Moltlrrapblne.

superlatives.Kaiser has lent his to ( is, removal of monopoly). Sec- important result of the U. S. being kicked out, why didn't they 14 samples years of and fine prices.work and E. ALLS fair prices.IITII.Free 1600 -

Henry name which I ond, "credit." ("And," his son, who political uncertainty is the deter- emphasize his heroism in going unescorted W. Nedro Avenue. Philadelphia 41. Pa.

this franchise organization is one of Kaiser's expert associates, mination on the part of the British right into the enemy's.
that ,.
mentioned because he believes\
piped up from the end of the table, government to work with this coun- booby trap? SOUND MOVIES ;
the only hope for democracy is a k
the well the
"guts. ) try on legislative as as
job for. everybody, and he believes Sound Movies for U.S,O. army, churches,
executive level. The British are be- Love Letter "Dear W. W schools roadshow. 5000 reels. Low '
of chance of Mr. Kaiser told a number of off- : rentals.
that there is plenty a
Catalog free. National Films, RaleirbN.C.
coming more and more aware of
job for everybody if the everybody the-record stories of how monopo- writes correspondent Ray Josephs,
realizes ,the fact and then gets out lies had fought him, tried to keep the importance of the American con- who covered South America and putit
and his sentiments with him out of one business after an- gress, admit they should never have in a new click called "Argentine Trees and Sprouts Killer
expresses '
ballots. other merely because they had overlooked it after they saw the Diary," "Buenos Aires has a new ONE MAN CAN KILL, 300 TREESor
trouncing Wilson got after the last Sprouts in a day with
and didn't want to face newspaper-an underground ,
monopolies paper
(Getting out the vote is the pur- BO KO OF JONESTOWN,
of. the Nonpartisan Associ-. competition with a man who had armistice. in which its big feature is a col'm MISSISSIPPI.and .
pose While observing the British ,Parli- only one-seventh freight pay.
titled 4E1 Winchel de la
: Argentina.
ation for Franchise ,Education, Inc., learned how to make money by pay-
efficiently ament, Mundt heard a speech by The name'was suggested when' they
a non-profit, non-political corpora- ing high wages, producing ,
tion with headquarters at 16 East and selling at low, costs. Lord Braithvaite, author of a recent learned you uncovered many a raw
bill inviting American con- Woman Reveals Season!
deal in the U. S. A.
52nd street, New York City.) As to credit, the stories he tolc .
gressmen to England as official "Practically all the dailies there MRS. HALL-Goodness! Youdon't
would curl hair. But Kaisedidn't
President Roosevelt when your
guests, call for much closer rela-
have been gagged and strait- mean to that this is
blame the banks or the irw say .. mar-
his ,
he making campaign speechto
was tions between parliament and con-
the that under-
the Teamsters last month men- vestment trusts for refusing to lend jacketed by gov't, so garine?
capital to pioneers. But he did offera gress. ground papers have sprung up ev- MRS. HULL-Yes, it's Nu-Maid
tioned that Kaiser was "
pres- 'out. He inter- "Our international friendship, erywhere. 'Winchel' gives out with the Table-Grade Margarine .
ent, I thought Kaiser was comingout way suggested an said Lord Braithwaite "cannot be
mediate credit institution. An the inside stuff in back of every made especially for use on the ta
Democratic ticket. But or-
for the
permitted to depend on the slander
move made by the Fascist at ble-Adv.!
which would lend
he is not. He was invited by the ganization moneyon reed of affection between two individuals the Casa Rosada (Argentina's pink
the dinner with whomhe new ventures, giving them, saya
teamsters to ( separated by a mighty White House). He prints documents
has far more contacts than with three-year chance; if these ven- ocean."
officialdom tells the
tures showed a good record then suppressed by ,
the New Deal). He has no parti- and t
facts deleted by censors exposes -
would be normal investment for
in Franchise they aONE
san backing
purpose GOOD NEIGHBORS the oo-la-la secrets of Juan
Education, Inc. Many persons of banks. PROVIDE COFFEE FASTER
Peron Mussolini imitator 'and No. 1
If wouldn't
both parties are behind it simply private capital go
The backstage story in regard to man in Argentina. The big-shots are
because they believe in getting out into intermediate financing, let the the near threat of coffee rationingis going loco trying to learn where this
do it under the
government same
vote. that the Good Neighbor policy new 'Winchel' gets his stuff. Caught FOR QUICK RELIEF
And any thinking person realizesthe system as' the Federal reserve sys- paid dividends last month. Brazil- reading him means the concentration i

need for such an organization tem, says Mr. Kaiser. ian friendship enabled us to avert camp at Patagonia. This is your

{ when he considers the facts. You But in the end the whole program either coffee rationing or a coffee monument in Argentina."

can't have democracy if people don't comes back to jobs. A survey of his rise in price. The American house- A LV E

'/' exercise the franchise and that is own workers showed that over 90 wife will be in $18,000,000 betweennow ANTISEPTICUsed
Our best unreliable! from
source by thousands with satisfactory fo
f exactly what a lot of the people of per cent of them had saved money and Christmas because of the Berlin just airmailed the followingflash. suits for 40 years-six: valuable ingredients. .
the United States do NOT do. The for investment and also showed that Good Neighbor policy.U. Get Carboil at drug stores or write
It that Adolf and Goer-
seems Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tens
.f smaller the vote, the nearer dicta- the thing they wanted to invest in S. retail coffee prices here have
had tiff
first was-what? An automobile? ing a again.
torship. been frozen since December, 1941, medal
spotted a new onHermann's
That's what he expected. But, no, but the cost of producing coffee in I
Less uniform and said "How
; Expect Than :
the answer was-a home. But there Brazil, Colombia, Salvador and I told yo'udot Upset Stomach ".1
times Hermann
many ,
Half to Cast Vote was a condition: some assurance of Venezuela has not. Growers there .
you must. not vare more met- Relieved In 5 minutes or double money back .
The Gallup poll indicates that security-of a job.I have been clamoring for higher
tles dan me? Vy you varing von When excess stomach add causes painful suffocst-
there will be a drop of 10 millionin suppose Kaiser has built nearly prices. extra mettle, hah?" .prescribe ng gas,sour the stomach fastest and-acting heartburn medicines,doctors known usually for,.,
the vote in the national election two-score successful businesses (he The governments of these four "Oh mein Fuehrer whined symptomatic relief-medicines I like those in Bell-ana
Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort I am
this year. That would mean only 40 said his shipyards had built half the countries have been under constant Goering, "diss is not a new mettle jiffy or alsdruggist,. back on return of bottto
million ballots cast out of a possible liberty ships in one-half the man- pressure from powerful coffee inter- diss iss my America First to us.25c at

88 million. hours they had been built before) ests to get better prices in the button!"

i In the Wisconsin primaries where and yet real distress came over his United States. ''In general, the grow- AT
Willkie staked his presidential face when he began to talk about ers of Venezuela, Colombia and Sal- .
chances, only 33 per cent of the the tremendous possibilities for in- vador have had partial support from Add tough breaks: Dean Hudson, SIGN OF A _

people bothered to go to the polls.In II dustry in other lines as yet un their governments, but the Brazilian band leader, lost Because out on a sponsoredauto his name 0 ... '

New Jersey, with the exception : touched. government has refused to press for program.

: of one county (Mayor,Hague's baili- "Think of it," he said, poundingthe higher prices.As was the same as another car 666

I". wick) only ,15 per cent of the regis- table, "58 per cent of the freightcars a result. growers have been Dinah Shore which is has the victim made her of a mis-wild USE ,(II I

tered voters went to the polls in the in this country are 25 years tapering off in their acceptanceof rumor
orders from the U. S. A. erable, despite the acclaim of over- ,Cold PreDatatJona as directed
recent primaries. In New York state old. We could ship them all to China
the votes dropped from 6,279,000in and build new ones. China would be Gambling on an early end of the seas troops she entertains. She is

1940 to 3,308,000 in 1943. glad to pay us in raw materials we war, they decided to build up happy with her marriage For- WNU-7 43-44

This year there are 44,043,669 need." stocks for immediate sale to Eng- mer AP correspondent Mark Barron

American of asked land Sweden France and Spain. who was stricken in Ethiopia andcouldn't
''. men voting age. Nearly Some one him about sur- ,
nine million of these Coffee will in the bean for as recover over there-is fully
, are now in the plus property disposal and that led ( keep
,- armed forces and it will be hard to him back to ships. long as five to ten ,,years.) mended since he was inducted. He
do anything at this This refusal of to acceptnew is now a commando!
late date to "Turn those we don't need-I'll growers
stimulate them. Therefore, the'' buy some over to the countriesthat orders led the War Food Ad-

greater responsibility devolves upon have lost all their shipping in ministration to recommend ration: There will be no fanfare about it, And Your Strength and r

the members of service families at the war, at a nominal rentallendlease ing to OPA Administrator Chester but the British military is about to Energy Is BelowParIt

home who can exercise their .fran- if you will-with the agree- Bowles last summer. Bowles op- hold its first court-martial in the may be caused by disorder ol kid

chise. ment that these countries will buy posed rationing then, though agree- U. S. A British officer is the ney function to accumulate.that permits For truly poisonouswaste many

Five million families have moved the type of ship from us they need ing with' WFA Boss Marvin Jones defendant. The case will be heardin people feel tired, weak and miserable

following war industries. Some oft when they can, and pay us in raw that we should not raise the priceof New York and, for security reasons acids when and the kidneys other waste fall to matter remove from excess the)

these have lost their votes but others materials." coffee. in camera. But the ver- blood.
You suffer nagging backache;
can establish new residence or regis- "The trouble with us," he said, dict, when approved by the British rheumatic may pains, headaches, dizziness,

ter and vote by mail in their home "is that we measure values in dol 1,000,000 BAGS A MONTH War Office, will be made public in getting Sometimes up nights, leg and paws scanty, swelling urination

towns. lars. It isn't dollars at all that mat- When brilliant Brazilian ministerof London. with smarting frequent and burning Is an-

There are millions of first voters ters, it's labor." (Back to jobs finance, Souza Closta,. was in the other sign that bladder.something ia wrong with

coming up; this year 600,000 more again.) Washington last July, he guaran- Varga gets $1,000 each for his There kidneys should or be no doubt that prompt
than teed minimum of 1,000,000 bagsof from King Features The treatment la wiser than neglect. Ube
women men are eligible to vote Finally, he had to hurry away to us a covers Doo,,', Pills. It la better to rely eo *
and women are laggard about carrying an appointment. He shook our hands Brazilian coffee for each of the next Sec'y of State for Cuba will be medicine that has won countrywide an- \0
. this four months from September William Belt whose family is from than on something less favorably
4,, out function. This year and begged each of us to help get imowa. Doan have been tried and tested
there are great issues at stake and out the vote this year. through December. Costa promised Beltsville, Md., near Washington. many cars. Are at all dug store
' '', America's is one of the few free "We can make this country roll," extra large shipments from Brazil, He ,recently fought a duel in Ha- Get Doan today.DOAN .

i' elections going on in the world. he said, and then added with a I risking the extreme anger of BrazilIan vana. His opponent was a news-

i I So much for the bed rock facts smile-"of course we'll have to wake growers in the interest t.l U. & paper publisher. Belt missed. The SPILLS

! about voting. up some of the Rip van Winkles." I II friendship. publisher refused to fire.

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1., The earl of Beaconsfield is 1. The earl of Beaconsfield is
Milk Standard Can best known by what other name? best known as Disraeli.

.IIIIIIJJ. jl Be Raised by Flavor 2. What are belles-lettres? 2. Polite or elegant literature.
3. Where is the world's most famous 3. The maelstrom off Norway.

whirlpool? 4. The sky and white ice and
Odor, Flavor and Grade 4. Why do our men in the Arctic snow so blend as to destroy the

Controllable by Farmer avoid standing up too suddenly? horizon and cause the men to top
5. What is a raconteur? ple backward, because they cannot

6. What percentage of the U. S. tell when they are standing erect.
Farmers are imprpving' milk at a population is uniform? 5. A story teller.

rapid rate. Grade A milk meets 7. How did rhinestones get that 6. About 8 per cent.

.' the standards of the certified milk name? 7. They were first made along

of 30 years ago. In another 30 years 8. Where was the first petroleum the Rhine.

the improvement will be even greater. well drilled in the United States? 8. In Titusville, Pa.
Further advance will be aided

or hindered by flavor of milk.

The producer can exclude abnormal Flounced Curtains Lattice Screen
flavors and odors from the ,

milk. While it is generally known And Shelf Make Child's Room Gay
that wild garlic flavors the milk to

such an extent that it will be objectionable
and usually rejected by By Ruth Wyeth Spears

receiving stations, there are other
room and is also very decorative.A .
watched.A .
factors that should be wide shelf with scalloped edge

rye pasture is capable of imparting nailed over the window sill gives

to milk very undesirable fla extra space
vors. Silage and flavor-producing *

substances should be fed after NOTE-The folding play table in this
milking, or not less than five hours sketch forms the top of the toy chest when
the legs are folded back. The chest I and
before milking. Alfalfa, ladino table are made with pattern No. 252 which
clover, silage and certain weeds will also gives a full size stencil pattern for the
give flavor to the milk. Common decorations. The curtains in this sketch
are from the new 32-page book MAKE
concentrate feeds may be fed before
milking. Milk from cows late in rr.. Spears has'$repared for readers. Pattern
Cheery Beginners for That Morning Starter lactation or those having mastitis WIDTH Of ... I) and booklet are 15 cents each.., Address: ,

J ... (See Recipes Below) should not. be mixed with the regular FLOUNCES 36-' ,.(\
LYNN SAYS Barny milk is one of the most uncommon Bedford Hills New York

A recent made tells us that of all these, defects. It FLOUNCED[ curtains are attrac- Drawer 10 :
survey Color Notes: Use different colored informal Enclose 15 cents for book "Make .
65 per cent of the doctors and 88 per ...w"'...w.."" __ xvnvzawMjyws&yvttWHWis ., any room. Your Own Curtains" and 15 cents for ,Jo,
the dishes and pottery jugs for They are often made all of one ;:
cent of the teachers say aver Pattern 252. .i

age person. eats too, little for break breakfast to make the morning material in chintz, swiss or organ Name............,.................... J
as bright and gay as possible. die but here four different colors of
fast. Here's Address..............."................
Other interesting facts reveal that how: plain glazed chintz are used. The
about Mix orange juice with cranberry colors suggested in the sketch '1
most people believe they get
of juice for unusual effect. blend well and also would be pretty
per .
their daily nourishment Fleck scrambled eggs with bits with flowered wallpaper in an For a BuU'sEyeGoing ,
from of parsley, chopped chives or of older girl's room. Red, white and '1

breakfast. Doc bacon curls. blue flounces with a red valance 250 miles per hour at :

... tors and teachers Add raisins to oatmeal and would be good looking for a boy's 10,000 feet, a bombardier must recognize )
estimate serve with yellow butter and room. All the directions needed a target 3% to 5 miles away
here again
sugar. for making are given in the sketch. to hit it. ',.0;
they get .
Apricot halves go well with The lattice screen painted in the -
about 28 per cent
nourishment from wheat cereal; yellow peach curtain colors is a precaution ?

breakfast. halves complement brown bran against broken glass in a play ..

One of the reasons flakes. ..'
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Contrast the crisp brown of
perhaps, for skimping on '..(1
with fried red-skinried ,
breakfast is that time is limited. The sausages

survey goes on to say that people apples. I .\
themselves estimate they spend Splash grape, jelly on golden also the easiest to do away. .

around 12 minutes eating breakfast fried cornmeal mush. Proper sanitation, good ventilation :

with,/farmers spending more than and clean utensils will eliminate this ,;,

that, factory ,workers less. On Sun Muffins and Butter trouble. 'If silage can be fed away
from the milking barn it will aid in That's Probable
days, when there is no work to dash Coffee or Milk '
time I eliminating barny milk. Grains and Joan-I wouldn't marry you if
to, the for breakfast stretches SNAPPY FACTS
enormously, and so probably does Company Breakfast dry hay in addition to the concentrated you were the only boy on earth. ;i
the nourishment. Fruits-in-Season foods, are safe to be fed in Jasper-Of course you wouldn't; ABOUT

These, then, are the findings. Here Cereal with Cream and Sugar the barn. you'd get killed in the rush. I

are the facts: a breakfast is one of Scrambled Eggs with Chives ,
the three meals of the day and as Bacon Curls Limited"What's WJfRUBBER
such should provide a third of the English Muffins with Butter Agriculture she like?"
"She? The little \
day's.food requirements calories In the News selfish, stuck-up
puss! If she weren't my friend I could
vitamins, minerals, etc. In fact, Coffee x- "
tell you .a few things about her!
planned correctly, the breakfast can There need be in
no monotony Sheep's New Jobs. If you have any doubts about
take care of that serving of cereal, breakfasts with all the variety avail Like many other farm animals, Brilliant But Unwise the shortage of new passenger

to that citrus fruit or juice and the egg able in fruits, juices, cereals, and iheep are beginning to come into "Y ur husband seems to be a car tires, a recent state

a day requirements. If the worker breads. Here are some top-of-the- their own. The U. S. army has found very brilliant man. I suppose he ment by a government agency
has a heavy schedule, the food can I morning recipes to give your family that the sheepskin is the warm knows 'most everything?" that knows the situation

be made. extra nourishing, such as a grand send-off: est of all furs and an up-to-date tan "You'd be surprised. There area should clear your mind. It

cooking the cereal in milk, or at Flake Griddle Cakes. nery has been erected in Australia lot of things he doesn't even points out that each less than one the
new tire for car on
least serving with cream or rich (Makes 12 cakes, 4 inches to make leather, of sheep pelts, a suspect." road will be produced in

milk and sugar. Have both eggs in diameter) product formerly wasted. 1944, even if the industry is
and cereal for breakfast if the cal Said George Eliot: "A bore is a
1 cup sifted flour The intestines of sheep are used able to achieve the goal of
orie intake has to be upped, and 2l/2,teaspoons baking powder to make surgical sutures. An expensive person who talks so much about 22 million passenger car tires.
serve jellies or jam with toast in addition % teaspoon salt looking himself that he doesn't give you a
about urseIf." Tire care 1$ Imperative now, par
to the butter. 1 fur is chance to talk y
sugar now being
with of truck and bus
ticularly users
from it.
Why Breakfast? And thereby saves you
1 egg made from wool. casings. Stocks are low, end It Is .
.. Breakfasts, good breakfasts, are V/2 cups milk The synthetic furs estimated that during the latter part
l .4 important if we are to keep mental 1 cup slightly crushed bran, are said to be Particular of the year there will be a shortage
and physical energy wheat or corn flakes more durable Jasper-I'd like a straw with of 25,000 tires a month to meet replacement "

at the highest 3 tablespoons melted shortening than the genuine this lemonade. requirements on vehicles
level during Hard-of-Hearing Waiter-Hey? using.tires of the 8.25 size and
Sift flour article.The chamois
1, together baking powder,
morning hours. Jasper ;No, straw.
salt and sugar. Combine well beaten skin is made
The time elapsing egg and milk and add to dry in from the skin of
between dinner The man who boasts that he
gredients. Beat until smooth. Add sheep. A new wax
and breakfast is calls a spade a spade is usually
cereal flakes and shortening. Bake is a wool product,
the longest inter giving somebody a dirty dig. over.'J
hot is also vita
on lightly greased griddle. Wool as a
val between any Serve with syrup, honey or jelly. min D product.
meal. The stretch Variation: Butter thin hot pan New processes have been discovered Pressure
"Did him straight out
between the
evening you
cakes, spread with tart jelly and roll. to make wool shrink-proof, "
meal and the morning meal is that you loved him?
Serve at once with additional jelly non irritating, wrinkle proof
I usually as long as 12 hours.. Sleep or thin "No, he had to squeeze it out
syrup. sterilized. "
\ consumes energy, too, for the of me.
i yery Coffee Cake.
Strange as it may seem, wool is m .,'
I process of liVIng while asleep requires V/2 sifted flour
cups not the natural covering for sheep.In No Use
approximately 65 '
calories for Vi cup sugar the dark ages the wool was a kind, "What's the date today?"
the average-sized adult.
2 teaspoons baking powder of under-fur or down, but was developed "I don't know." i
Now here are some breakfast pat % teaspoon salt by selected breeding. "Take a look in that news !
terns that will fit
nicely into your 1 egg paper." ,
I schedule even if you have only 12 to
1/1 cup milk "It's no use., It's yesterday'snewspaper.
15 minutes in which to take breakfast 3 tablespoons melted shortening Storing Potatoes, ."

ill I, : Sift together dry ingredients. Beat Cut, skinned or bruised potatoes J
I Pattern I. egg, add milk and shortening. Stir Should be culled out of those intended "

!,I X Stewed Fruit together with dry ingredients, mixing for winter storage to protect the to be EnjoyedKellogg's
:\ Cooked Cereal Milk and Sugar only enough to moisten flour. Pour remainder for long range holding.
i Toast and Marmalade into lightly greased 8-inch square Vegetable specialists report potatoes

Coffee or Milk pan. Sprinkle with streusel topping. dug during hot, sunny weather are

Pattern II. Bake in a hot oven (400 degrees) likely to rot in st >rage unless picked
Half Grapefruit 25-30 minutes. up within a half hour.
:. Ready-to-eat Cereal Streusel Topping. Skinned or slightly cut potatoes

Milk and Sugar 3 tablespoons melted butter can be "cured" if* immediately aft

French Toast \i cup brown sugar er digging, they are placed for 10
.. ;: Syrup 1 cup crushed cereal flakes days in'a very moist atmosphere

'' Coffee or Milk 1 teaspoon cinnamon as close to 60 degrees F. as possible,

"" / Pattern III. Combine all ingredients by rub it has been found. A corky new

r.o'. Orange Juice bing between fingers until mixture skin will form that is a good subs

,,;' Cooked Cereal with Milk and Sugar crumbles. Sprinkle over coffee cake tute for the original, not only keep the
Rice Krispies equal
: .'. Eggs or. Bacon batter before baking.Do ing out rots but also preventing undue '
all the
i Rolls and Jelly shriveling during storage. After whole ripe grain in nearly
you have recipes or entertaining suggestions food elements declared
I CoffeePattern which you'd like to pass on to the curing period, the same temperature protective nutrition.
IV. other readers? Send them to Miss Lynn should be maintained but essential to human

i Fresh Applesauce Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, 210 only'a moderately moist atmosphere
Wheat Flakes with Cream and Sugar South Desplaines Street, Chicago 6, Illi is needed.
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tically an even match, but you ,can't they work there. Following the-'Mrs. Joe Elder ,and Patsy:- Mrs. at Camp Blanding. "

The Clewiston News put a 140-pound boy against a 190- meeting, Mrs. E. M. Cornette served I Pittman and Raymond, Mr. and Pfc. Bill Davis is leaving Satur- ;

pounder and expect him to take the pimento cheese sandwiches, cookies, Mrs. Gilbert Suggs,. Rev._ and Mrs.I! day for Quantico, Va., for further I
Published every punishment for four quarters. Belle and a drink that carried out the I H, C. ,Meador, Mrs.' T.' L. Tanner,! training after spending a furlough,
Friday In Clewlston Mr. Curtner, Mrs. R. E. L. here with
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Glade is, by far, the best team we color scheme of the Hallowe'endecorations : Weed of j j his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Those. Wauchula, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peters, W. A. Davis.IS )::; I
'DC. better
have played all season, even in the living room. I II
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur !
I than Danla.I enjoying the occasion were: Mar- :I Montgomery. 1
Entered as second class mall matter | Melvin Torbert really did some garet Himrod, Iris Ann Wright, ,
February 1, 1927, at under the Pest the Office Act of In beautiful tackling until he ran out_ Joyce Tanner, Christine Dunaway, I I YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID ,
March Clewiston.3, 1897. I of gas in the fourth quaiter. Ben Helen Espenlaub, Sue Cornette, News At The, Barracks I!
Bolton played; a good game and Elnora Tanner, June Crews, Joyce I I \
earned the captaincy this week. Our J Turner, Peggy Powell, Maureen
CARR SETTLE Publisher I I .i Mr. and Mrs, Charles Proper of;
quarterbacking in the game was not J Johnson, Mrs. Montgomery and a
-- to but I guess we can forgive visitor, Mis. 11. E. Weed. St. Cloud are now iving'at the Barracks When our fighting men
Tear up par (
Subscription Rate f2.SO Mr. Proper beginning his
i second -
I Marty Waldron this time after all return are they going to be
Rnten ,On Application. season with the sugar corporation -"
Advertising the games he's helped to win in his B. A. U. ENJOYS compelled to PAY for a

I football career. I Ii IIATJT.O" E'F.X PARTY FEKMIT TO WORK?
Devoted to the advancement and -welfare i One thing that has hurt us con-,I .* Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Oldin. jr., and
and Hcndry County. 1 not ; son, Jimmie, 11rs'D..- A. Olden sr.,
of Clewiston 'siderably is that the boys do' f The B. A. U. of the Baptist Church I
mis- Mrs. Valta Wilson and son, Billy, I '"
profit enough by their previous |! enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the 'I Will they; bo FORCED to '
fivei were visitors in Fort Myers Sunday.!I
I takes. We have seen about home of Mr. Mrs. W. A. Montgomery -
i and Mrs. Wilson i join a union and pay exorbitant -
and son have recently'moved I
i j teams this year using the Notre The terrace '
NATIONAL EDITORIAL! these .i i Monday night. here from El Campo, Texas. initiation fees, dues and
Dame single wing and most of j I and lawn were decorated with lan- I I
I ASSOCIATION. teams have used identical plays. Yet : terns and the traditional color 'i I Raymond Broussard has returned assessments in order to hold a

O IdCAST they still fool our boys over I andover i scheme of orange and black. The ', to Clewiston after spending the I job?
has summer in Louisiana
agaIn. Another handicap guests came dressed in costume and
I been my own _doing.._ I_have.a tendency I were ,masked. Mrs. Dunaway was i i' J. #; Hill of Memphis, Tenn., has
-- to complicate the line play too ]I II awarded the prize for the best cos returned to Clewiston for ahother I The Passage of the "Right-

YOUR VOTE TUESDAY I much for the boys, forgetting that'II |,tume for the ladies, and Wilbur season with the sugar corporation. I to-Work" Amendment N?. 5 ,

| they are doing well ito learn one eys- I Montgomery won the costume prize -1\11'. and Mrs. Marvin Cross have I on tho ballot Nov. 7th will

Tuesday some sixty million Amer- I tern of blocking. I for the men. ;i returned to Clewiston to make their I prevent this evil. .

icans will vote and if you are prop- I I: Various games were enjoyed. The 'I'' home after spending several years I '
located that Jim Beaidsley has really been a 'in other states. .
erly registered, are so i last game was the climax with ,
law cast your I big help in practice. He takes the j.j.I j C.: W. I
you may, under the guests handling the supposed parts Perey has rented an apartment -I
ballot and are sufficiently interestedin line while I take;: the backfield and of a dissected murdered man while at the Barracks and is expect-
maintaining our America for future -j the boys really enjoy working with I Ii his "ghost" roamed through the ing his family very shortly. i .

generations, then you shouldlet i i him. The other day, without any crowd. I Philip McLeod, who has been I I

nothing deter you in marking.1 equipment, he played defensive Refreshments of hot chocolate living at the Barracks, has gone

your ballot on that day. Rememberthat I) tackle in scrimmage. I'm not giving and assorted cookies were served by home to spend a few days with his I Vote FOR Amendment No. .5,
much secrets but a man of his I.
just as away any
your ballot I the refreshment committee to: Mr parents before entering military Nov. 7th
in this nation, no I age is doing well just to get out and I I
as\ that of anyone and Mrs. Larry Walden, Mrs. Fred service., He has already passed his
matter what their rank or station. I' run around, let alone play football 1 I Dunaway, Mis. Arch Hodges, Mr and pre-induction physical exscninations ...... .

This is a wartime election and I and- without usually padsWe' attendI -! -,..,..,.;'-...
while there have been many talks have a regular

and much written in an attempt to I ance of downtown
voters to the support of one or' practice sessions. I am not inferring I

lure the other of the candidates, which I that they try to run the ; ..t. OIL s $' OILOIL .

have, in the main done little more I quite the contrary, they have been :
than add to the general confusion, very helpful to me in doing the vari- TO ALL LAND OWNERS :
I that need to be done for
number of ous things
the greater
feel that
the we American people are approaching -I the game. British American Oil Pact Signed!
this election with due .
the gravity of the times and will i BUFFET SUPPER' i
cast their vote. only after an attemptto ;I llBuddhig Oil Industry Throttled? _

analyze all conditions, for the Last Thursday evening Mrs. Foy j ..

candidate they think best qualifiedto Durrence entertained with a buffet I |N August 8th an agreement on Petroleum between United States fr.
rand .....
guide us through the troublous supper for Mrs. Billie Crow, Mr. and I Great Britain was signed by representatives of both govern.
era ahead. It is for that reason Mis. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. i( ments.

that we will have this year, particul- Glen Etherton, Mrs. E. O. Ward, ....
arly insofar as national candidatesare I Mrs. JOe Hall, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. I Does this agreement- .
concerned, the most independentvote Lee, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Robert 1 Stifle rather THAN STIMULATE EXPLORATION FOR OIL IN

in the nation's history. ,Many J. Aherne, Joseph Garcia and Captain I FLORIDA? I

southern Democrats will vote for Murray Cash. I Shut down oil wells in this country in order that oil wells in other -. ._
2 :
Republican national candidates; After the supper of baked ham, U parts,of the world might produce their equitable share?
likewise many northern Republicanswill carrots,
scalloped potatoes green
Restrict exports in this country of finished petroleum products in
vote for a fourth term for' Mr. salad,bran muffins, coffee and cake 3 -
Roosevelt. But it will still be the!I were served, Mrs. Durrence's guests I order that ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT OF SOME OTHER .

border states, where the two partiesare J surprised her'' with lovely gifts in COUNTRY MAY BE ENCOURAGED? ". ,

so nearly evenly divided, that honor of her birthday. Oil in commercial quantities may be discovered in the Counties comprIsing' the :

will decide the outcome of the elec-I Sixth District. Landowners, large and small, should protect their 'interests. This

tion. I SUE CORVETTE ENTERTAINS agreement may mean the difference between financial independence and a life of
In a national election of such JUNIOR GIRLS AUXILIARY hard work. ,
this one, independenceof ,
importance thought as is most desirable and it i The Junior Girls Auxiliary of the Edward W. Greb is opposed to this agreement. His opinions and authoritative .
knowledge will be'respe'cted.. You cannot risk the future of .
on land to -
is not only your right but your duty,. Baptist Church met at the home of your -
to vote for the candidates whom you 1 Sue Cornette Wednesday afternoonfor an inexperienced man. You must have a man who knows his oil-who will fight : :

think best qualified to serve our their weekly meeting. Peggy to protect the interests of the landowners. That man is-
country in the crises we can see Powell, president, presided over the
ahead. business meeting. This month will EDW ARB W0. GRED ,'

be devoted to the mission study of s. : >,

South America, and the part that we Candidate for ,
Republican Congress <
1 Around have in the mission work there. Avery y
Sporting interesting program was in SIXTH DISTRICT FLORIDA .-:

I charge of Christine Dunaway, pro-
By Bernard Myers '
\ tak-ing Regardless of how you are Registered, you may vote as you wish Nov. 7. .
Last Friday we played as well as i .
GREB Knows Washington Washington Knows GREB.
we have all season. We got beaten Counselor, gave a reading about

about as badly as we have -all sear Brazil. The meeting closed with a (Paid Political Advertisement)
I chain of prayers for the missionariesand

son.The first half the game was prac- the boys and girls with whom j.
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Presbyterial, will be present. Her R. C. Wilson, and Mrs. Carl Ziler. C. Wilson, and, Mrs. Otto Larsen..
talk will be ."Golden Opportunities"and Guest was Mrs. W. C. Hooker. The hostess served lobster salad,

will prove very interesting. Hostesses were Mrs. J. F. Morri- with melba toast and coffee.
Hostesses will be Mrs. W. C. Owen, son, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. Fred I I

Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. Carl John- Hunziker and Mrs. C. J. r
SOCIETYMrs. through FOR RENT Dinette
PERSONAL -- son, and Mrs. O. Larsen. Mrs. David The rose bushes ordered 1

Hancock will have charge of the the Garden Club totaled 643. suite with four chairs.. i

MRS. DUFF IS HOSTESS TO Call Mrs. J. ,F. Morrison.

,' GARDEN: CLUB MEETINGThe I 1 Phone 149. '
r"; Wauchula, !i Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Rogers .Mrs. :F. Deane Duff was hostess ..
R. E. L. Weed, of ---------
: Wilbur returned Sunday from a vacation ''Clewiston Garden Club held |Ito her bridge club on Wednesday
her aunt, Mrs.
is visiting visit in New York and New Jersey. its regular monthly meeting at the: 'afternoon. I FOR RENT Lovely'
week. [
r" Montgomery, for a
.: Community Center last Tl1ursdayafternoon. Mrs. 'JN.. Ezelle ana Mrs. G. :
--- J. E. Beardsley was a business Small substituted for of front bedroom, twin
}\, Miss Ruth Knight of Miami spent two the H'I:1
', the week-end here with her mother, visitor in West Palm Beach Thurs- The guest speaker for the after- sent members. Mrs. C. J. beds, near bath in private.
: and is attending a meeting of noon was H. Turner Wallis, general first
Knight. day won prize and Mrs. J. E. I
r::,'. Mrs. Josephine- \ the Everglades Drainage District t manager of the Everglades DrainageDistrict t Beardsley was second high scorer. I home;. men only; 544
rt, ', and Mrs. Julius Blake off there today. West Palm Beach, who Others playing were Mrs. Wm. c.1
:_ Capt.
spoke on "Conservation of the Ever- [Osceola Ave.
Lakeland, visited friends here ole. Owen, Mrs. F. E. Conkliug Mrs. R. I
'. The Cadet Club held its regular lades. Mr. Wallis gave a very interesting .
; day this week. I Wednesday evening dance this week.I and informative report ort \ .
Mrs Fred Hunziker, Mrs. Harry the Everglades and all the drainagedistricts. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Lehman and Mrs. Betty Blum were i
visitors in Pahokee I I
were I
the hostesses. The warden Club discussed the
idea of beautifying the city streets II

f Mr. and. Mrs. E. M. Dull spent the I I Mrs. Grace M. Ensign of Jacksonville and the treatment of the palms I THE FAMILY STORE

t,4 week-end with relatives in Orlando i Field Secretary for the Florida along the highway. The secretarywas
Tuberculosis and Health Associ- instructed to write the 'City

,i and St. Cloud.I I ation, was a business visitor in Commission concerning this matterof Ij I
Clewiston Tuesday. civic beautification:
Mrs. Ruth Enfinger was called tot
Thursday by the It was announced that the Prisoner I
Clanton, last O0.NtOQEtotauNO
. illness of her mother. I Mrs. Pat McGehee, Mrs. Ivan Van of War Camp needs magazines.Any 10 OK

--- I Horne of Belle Glade and Miss good 'reading material can be I ,aN 6E IAAOE

", Mrs. Daisy Yoder left Wednesdayfor I Rhunelle McGehee accompanied left with Mrs. Duff, who will de- J
F-O Pat McGeTiee to West Palm liver same.
': West Palm Beach where she has I
purchased property and will make : Beach Friday afternoon to take a Present were Mrs. J. E. Beards-

her future home. train for Memphis, Tenn., ley, Mrs. Ralph Bishop, Mrs. Charles
Bolton, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. E. !

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and Governor-elect Millard Caldwell I W. Durst, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.
Mis. 'C. J. Lovvorn spent the weekend was a luncheon guest at the Inn Fred Hunziker, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs

in Miami with Mr., and Mrs.\ Wm. I Wednesday on a flying trip to the W. L. Lott, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. I
.> # ,Redelsheimer. Glades before resuming his speak- J. F. Morrison, Mrs. R. C. Nowling,

iing I tour in behalf of the Democratic tfrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle,
Edwin Roath of the U. S. Navy Irs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. F. M.

arrived last Friday to spend a thirty- t'candidates.'t't Rodriguez, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.

day furlough here with his parents, Sgt. and Mrs. Hub Spooner came
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Roath. over from Pahokee Thursday to visit

friends in Clewiston. Sgt. Spooneris
Miss Ruby Jane Norton of Avon still convalescing from serious

Park is spending this week here as injuries received in'the landings at
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Normandy.Mr. .

\ -- and Mrs. Lou Place, of Miami -
Lt. Gail Storm, who is stationed at spent last week-end in Clewis-' ,

r Camp Croft, S. Carolina, is visiting I ton and attended the Hallowe'eni To The Ladies of The
J this week with the Luther Owens j i dance given at the Sugarland, Recreation -

family. Hall. Miss Billie Sue Crow,

1 daughter ,of Mrs. Billie Crow, re ..: '. -
CPO and Mrs. R. R., Hooks left'I turned to Miami with them. '" -
Tuesday for Tifton, Ga., to spend a '. / .:;dt:::..., 0 Glades

week with relatives before he goes i, Miss Rhunelle McGehee, who re- R. ... '. :
to Davisville, R. I., for reassign- ': .:.
I Gently finished her basic training as ," 'V .
with 'the Sea-Bees. CPO Wil- : .'.
ment i an army nurse at Temple, Texas, .1 ( '.,
bur Goff will remain in Clewiston I( ,:} "
arrived here Wednesday last week : :-i''" .-
until next 'week ,before reporting to Ito I see her brother, F-O Pat Mc- ,,
a the same place for reassignment. I Gehee, before, his _departure. Friday' I y-:; t'It, Is Time To Shop For YourHusband's )
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Miss Alice Savage arrived here .w \ \ -
this from has ( ,: :" .
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Estate and Insurance office. 'A,: :';.' ',
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DAILY MATINEE-3:45 P. :31. t Young and Rubicam Advertising: .

NIGHT-7 & '9 P. M. i Agency and with Radio Station WGNin bath robes
Chicago.. Every day: we are getting beautiful neckwear, ,
I -- buckles and dozens of other item'sfor
3-3-7-9P.M. I: DINNER. PARTY belts, hosiery, jewelry,

/J the man's Christmas. '
I On Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.J. J S .
SUN. & M ON., NOV. 5 & 6 .
D. Leftwich had as their dinner

I guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Veltri, 't ,

i M-C-M PICTURE presentsTHE of L-":':.? "' ?;:i\mt.f.\ : f, I Smith.R. V Walker After and dinner Mr., and Mrs.Mrs.Leftwich E. J. / House slippers are all in for this, year except. loafers 'which,

the YEAR! 'n'" lt :'e ':':'.:;..:."..:: served coffee and cake to her din- will come around November 1 15th. -
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.oy?; Hunziker, R. L. Richardson and to
:; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ziler. Leather jackets are here now in all sizes. Loafer coats
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monthly meeting of the Wo- We have in our whole had such wonderful l :: :
1 M-G-IVi's LAUGH H5T5 men's Association will be held' next never :

Thursday at three o'clock at the ,'assortment of sport shirts.: All prices to 12.50 i in rayons" .)
1 Community Church. A large at- .
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\\ flt4I11i % tendance is urged as Mrs. WilliamR. and all wools. ,
ljl'JJ Maser, of West Palm Beach, J
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:I 't1" ";?' ') The "Right-to-Work" August to get ready for. the man's, Christmas. ,_ .
Amendment '

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THURS. & Fill., NOV. 9 & 10I '.
Prevent a person joining alillIOU. .It is time to shop now while the stocks are complete.. .' .

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Farsighted Boss Didn't -- !z.4 Bag of Sponges Used(

Wish to Set PrecedentThe As Proposal of MarriageIf .

old millowner had verj you came down for breakfast :1'
strong objections to granting con- IwoETTsWR one morning and found on the *;
cessions to his workpeople.One :: ELE;;;: table a silken net containing' 21

day one of the oldest hands sponges, what would you think? I
approached him. !"If you please, CHAPTER I sor Bowdoin J. Folsome was head of Body Plant had glowed brightly for, Probably that the unknown donor 1
sir, I would like to have next Friday the English Department. Zorie Cor a moment in the glare from the I :tad been to the Black Market, be-
off," he said. The giant moths of Kokee-those ey was his half-time secretary, and floodlights which surrounded the cruse sponges are almost un-
"You want next Friday off, eh? damp black ghosts-and the smell of his notion of the hours that a half- buildings-one of the measures be- obtainable now. i 1 1
What in the world for?" sour honey, which were so trivial as time secretary should keep was from ing taken to discourage saboteurs But there is an island where, if j
"Well it's like this. It'smy facts but so vital to Zorie Corey's noon sharp until she slid from her and this glow had let the curving you received such a present, you :j
you see,
fears the things that chair with exhaustion. The halfdaywas surfaces would know
silver wedding and and the were among of the Siamese Buddha that one of your girl
me made it hard for her to supposed tOend at five but she catch friends
missus is going to have a bit of put a proper and momentarily hold a ghostly 21 years old, was asking
to do and valuation on the events thcmselver. often worked until six-thirty-nine- gleam. Even his eyes seemedto you. to marry her. 1
celebrating" we There were moments of terror sometimes midnight.She glimmer. Most (of the world's supply

thought- which, when she awoke in the night, expertly estimated that ,the "I wish ." Zorie Corey began comes from the Mediterranean....
"Oh, you did, broke in the em- she could now contemplate with work he had piled on her desk would impetuously, and hesitated. Then from Tunis, Crete, Cyprus and yi
ployer. "And tell me'one thing: amused detachment. And there were keep her occupied until seventhirty.After she made her wish. She wished she Lampedusa, to quote only a, few '"
is this going to happen every 25 moments of lesser danger which, that she must deliver his could be whisked to a leisurely land places. Supplies are' also obtained
years?" even in retrospect, could bring a wife's invitations. There would be of palms and jade-green seas, of from the Bahamas and Florida bay.
scream into her throat. about thirty of them and the ad- strange flowers with intoxicatingscents
Perhaps Paul Duncan could have dresses would be scattered all over of birds that left bright -
"TST\ MOROllNE| explained all of it, in his clever, town. \ flames in their wake, and of delightful i
BURNS! analytical way. Some of it he did And she had a date tonight with people too gallant to take ad- imra'
-CUTS \ s PETROLEUM,-.TlNES*S ItIlICN JELLY/'OR. 1ft.&, try to explain, because, in his jeal- Paul Duncan. Paul did not like to vantage of her meekness. She next
ous heart, he adored her. And some be kept waiting. Next to cleanliness, wished that Paul Duncan was there' '
of it was better left unexplainedand with Paul, came punctuality.She with her. Then she wished that
even unremembered. It might gave herself the brief luxuryof she would lose her meekness. s
P have hastened her recovery if she contemplating, in a private archive That made a total of three wishes,
could have wiped from her memory of her mind, her fiance's lean, and three wishes were, according to ,1,1.u.
that night in mid-Pacific when she good-looking face, his clear gray- tradition, the correct number.
fell 'down and down through endless green eyes, his strong, slender There should be, of course, some

blackness, with that soft, terrifying sort of ritual. She bent down quickly i .
whisper in her ears-"Ah-nah! Ah- / / and kissed, the, cast-iron jungle V
nah!" Buddha three times on the brow, one Never upset an upset stomach with
And she could have well forgotten, kiss for each wish. He tasted dusty overdoses of antacids or harsh physics. -
too, the jasmine-scented ,dawn when and rusty. Be gentle with it. Take soothing
she stood beside a stunted tree three She stepped back and gazed some- PEPTO-BISMOL.antacid. Not a laxative. Notan
thousand feet'above the green and what defiantly at the Buddha, whono upset stomach.It calms Pleasant and soothes your
to the
purple depths of the tropical canyon longer glowed, but sat there in -children love it.Ask your druggist taste
lit I with an automatic pistol kicking in f fII the jungle of a fusty ,old English for PEPTO-BISMOL when your stomach -
0s her hand, although it would always professor's desk, a dark lump in is upset. rf
seem that it had happened not to the darkness, as if, in glowing once, A NORWICH PRODUCT
Je her but to an unbelievable girl who he had spent his magic force and I
had stepped out of her just long would never glow again. ,
enough to attempt murder. Zorie waited and a curious tingling
J Yet all of it fitted into the one went along her spine. WHY Q U!HiD PlETS

bright romantic pattern of intrigueand Nothing noteworthy happened.
ct always do this fort
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adventure which she would always f Corey did not find herself
cherish tri- speeding through the night on a Per-
even unimportant
fles-the quarreling of the minah sian less rug, nor did she feel one de-. C IES' COLDS !

birds just at dusk and again just at gree' meek.
,dawn; the annoying habit Grand- The telephone in her cubicle be- To Promptly Relieve Coughlng-
father Duncan, had of saying, "You gan to 'ring. She ran down the hall Sore Throat and Aching Muscles
understand-hm?" 'and the metallic with her heart racing out of all Whenever the Quintuplets catch cold-
theit rests,throats and backs are rubbed
proportion to the of
a luster of moonlight on palm fronds amount exer- with Musterole. Powerfully eoothing "
leaping in the trade-wind; the gleamin cise she was giving it. As she ran, Musterole not only promptly relieves ,t-
Vital cargoes must get through to our fight- Pierre Savoyard's eyes wheneverhe ..v.rV t she pictured the man who was call- coughs,sore throat,aching chest muscles
ing men overseas! For emergency communication -, ate meat; and the pride that ing her, and the man was, curiously congestion due to colds-but in upper bronchial ALSO helps tract break nose up
the Merchant Marine depends upon Amber, the girl from Martinique, enough, not Paul Duncan. He wasa anu throat.JFonder/ul/orjroum-upstoo.f
portable, battery.powered megaphones.We're took in herself; and the strange urbanity total stranger. He was tall, In 3
short of batteries on the homefrontnow of the man who called him- bronzed and big-shouldered with StrengthsShoulder 1ffIE4 0e
because they're needed to power count. self Winthrop Lanning.Her merry eyes and curly hair and a "
less time-se/mg! life-saving instruments on memory of the rest of that ordeal big easy smile and a lazy, .romantic
land and sea. Use your available Burgess was vague. way about him.

Batteries sparingly. keep them cool and But she was never vague about 1 Heould say to her in a deep, l: NYe
dry. For Free Battery Hints-Write Dept. U-3, Stephen Decatur Duncan, with his resonant, cheery voice:, "Miss Cor-
Burgess Battery Company, Freeport,-'Illinois. languid manner, his mocking blue ey? I have just been authorized to "-
SIAs offer you an opportunity to leave El- ouao
The War Chest and his treachery.
Help Here and Oytnsatl eyes
in leryton at once and take a very in- t "Cep-Brush"Applicator,
Probing about her mind on makn BLACKLEAF40
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n It these sleepless nights, in a blackedout r teresting journey. GASH IN FEATHERS., GO MUCHrARiHER
she looked at the wishing Bud But the voice that responded to
room on an island at war, she
BURCiESSBATTERIES saw herself on that dismal after- dha a curious thing happened. It her breathless hello was neither

noon in early/December, in'a drowsy began to glow. deep, resonant, nor cheery.
little university town, sitting at her "My dear," it said, with just a
1 hands. She loved Paul's hands. They hint of severity, "I thought -you'dbe a Gun.JL,
desk and other
IN THE NATION'S SERViCI things, that wishing she was, not among so meek. were clever and nervous and yet over 'for these invitations ages Or the Cost of One /f,

She was privately very certain they were very masculine. ago. Had you forgotten?" & BUY WAR BONDS
that her wishing had started it and Paul had a brilliant mind, and his "No, I hadn't forgotten," Zorie
understanding of human. foibles, his
answered in. her melodiously meek
that she
took that
every step day
amusing of pricking the bubblesof "
way voice. "I'm just leaving.
was an unerring step in the directionof Commprisense
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her vanity and conceit and hypocrisywas It was an unseasonal 'December
destiny. a source of delight to Zorie. night, rainy and warm-the kind of fl..'

From her typewriter desk, in the Paul was an instructor of psychology. night that might be transformed bya
English Department, Zorie Corey And he was much too good for sudden north wind into a glitterof
Get Your War Bonds # could look out across the small campus this small midwestern university.She ice-clad trees and telephone wires. and

To Help Ax the, AxisXTo and over some of the rooftops of would, she decided, knock off As she started along the campus, .Relieves pain soreness
this town in which she had grown up at fivethirty.At with her head bowed, as if in shame, For relief from the torture of simple
and of which she was now, she told six, she was still typing in her against the drizzle, she indulged in Plies.more PAZO than ointment thirty years.has been Here's famousfor why:
relieve distress of MONTHLY' herself, 'a helpless victim. She had fast, efficient way. At six-thirty, still 'another wish. She wished she First.PAZO ointment soothes inflamed
just uttered the fraudulent wish so she called Paul's boarding-house. He had had the courage to ask her Aunt PAZO areas relieves ointment pain lubricates and chine.hardened.Second.
i female WeaknessAlso often voiced by youth when it is wasn't home. The voice that an- Hannah for her coupe for a coupleof dried parts-helps prevent cracking: and
swered didn't know when he would soreness Third. PAZO ointment tendsto
: overcome by a sense of frustrationshe hours. r .iflr swelling and check bleeding.
',"; ( Fine Stomachic T,nic) wished she'd never been born. return.At Zorie went up on the wide porchof Fourth it's easy to use. PAZO ointment's
i, Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- She then uttered three wishes, all seven, Zorie called again. Paul, the big old fashioned gray house perforated simple, thorough.Pile Pipe! Your makes doctor application .
pound Is famous to relieve periodic related, in a row. She wished she she was told, had dined out. He where the Folsomes lived. A col.. can tell you about PAZO ointment.Ii .
; pain weak and tired-out accompanying feelIngs-when nervous due wasn't so meek. She wished she had was probably in the library ,doing ored maid answered the doorbell
t. to functional monthly disturbances courage; She wished she'd had the research on his dissertation.At : and brought Zorie the stack of invitations -
Taken. regularly-Plnkham's Compound gumption to tell the wife of her distinguished seven-twenty-eight, she finishedthe I in a cellophane wrapper.
against helps such annoying build up symptoms resistance employer to jump in the last of her typing and laid her .. Zorie was on the point of asking her
,.f Plnkham's Compound Is made river. afternoon's production, in neat piles, if she could borrow an umbrella,
'. : ture especially and that's for women the kind It of helps medicine na "My dear Miss Corey," Mrs. Fol- on Professor Folsome's desk. but the door was quickly closed,
.:, to buy Follow label directions. some, in her gushing way, had said She would be late for her date and she decided against pressingthe PAYS BIG
: LYDIALPINKHAM'SSSiSTake over the telephone a few minutes with Paul, and he would tell her button again, for the maid had
previously, "would you mind terribly again that the trait he admired most looked cross. ,
distributing the invitations for in the wives of, the men he knew She went down the steps and into In a recent survey, farmers re-
my tea next week? They, really was punctuality: the rain. Less than one hundred ported that inoculation of legume ....
should go out tonight and I think it'sso One of the troubles with being feet from the Folsomes"front porch, seed with NITRAGIN (1)faster gives

much nicer having them deliv- meek, of always saying yes and nev- on the corner, was a telephone poleto earlier bigger growth yields,, (3)(2)helps makes get a better,
J> ered by hand, don't you? And Professor er no to a request, Zorie reflected, which was affixed a street light. stand, (4)) gives more vigor to fight
,'-' says you're so dependable.So is that you're always getting your- The street light clearly ,,illuminatedtwo weeds and drought. NITRAGIN
will you drop around for them self into hot water. objects, a mailbox and a large helps legumes add up to 125 lbs
." when you're through?" ,She paused and looked about the trash basket on the side of which of nitrogen to the soil per acre.
"I'd love to, Mrs. Folsome," Zone gloomy office, with its littered desk, was a stencilled sign. CLOVER
r.,,' Corey had said in her melodious its overflowing wastebasket, the Zorie stopped. Two temptationswere INOCULATE VETCH ,
young voice, instead of any numberof pamphlets and catalogs and books tugging at,her. The first was WINTER PEAS WITH NITRAGIN

appropriate things she might have scattered and stacked about-all so to buy thirty two-cent stamps and It pays to Inoculate every plantingof
said. typical of Professor Folsome's un mail the invitations. The other temp- vetch, alfalfa, clovers, winter
She might have mentioned that tidiness.At tation appealed strongly to the rene- peas, other legumes with NITRA
she didn't possess a car; that it was the back of the desk, a con- gade in her, but it was as spuriousas GIN. It costs only a few cents an
r. going to rain; that she' was terribly fusion of books, memoranda, pens, her wish that ,she'd never ,been acre and takes only a few minutes t'
and bottles and pots of ink It's the oldest
rushed. She might have pencils, born. to mix with the seed. ,
suggested of various colors, was presided over most widely used inoculant. Look
Mrs. Folsome the malicious gossip
neatly affix a gilded cast-iron Buddha about Thinking for it in the yellow can at dealers.
by a
S, :: good-tasting tonic twocent.stamp. in the upper '''right- eight inches high. that flew around at these faculty Write for free legume booklets.F .
hand corner of each of the teas she gazed at the sign on the
envelopes Zorie Corey was a sensible girl Wilt.'for helpful booklets about
many doctors recommend and drop them in one of the and she took no stock in heathen trash basket. soil|| building How to grow
j" ": :' green receptacles that an all-seeing KEEP YOUR TOWN CLEAN better Io3um 5. Address below.rte .
of ttie nonsense
:: Catch cold easily?Listless?Tire quickly? government has placed at numerous idols or any you USE THIS!
,-, hear about them, but as she lookedat
Help tone up your system! Take Scott's street corners for the convenienceof the wishing Buddha, a curious "How I'd love to!I" she murmured. ;
f--: .: Emulsion-contains natural A & D its citizens. thing happened. It began to glow. Across the street was a taxicab \
i, Vitamins your diet may be lacking. It's "Why," Zorie Corey rebelliously The explanation of this phenomenon with the meter ticking. She was too
}h:. .' ,great'.Buy! today.All druggists. muttered, "don't you deliver them was prosaic and simple, but preoccupied to notice it. Yet she
with your own hand, you old tight- Zorie wasn't instantly aware of that. would remember every other detailof hta 'H
wad?" The glow was greenish and ghostly that night, of that moment: the
Zorie Corey wished she was a war and it seemed to come on as if the sound of it, the look of it, the smellof
& /. nurse. Then she wished she lived in jungle Buddha were trying to call it, the feel of it; all the little ).i 0et taarr aneat
I. California. But anywhere would do. her attention to himself and his rep- things that make a great momentso ,
Anywhere but Elleryton. utation. real in afterthought-the' rattle ot
'I I I "Professor'says you're so dependable What had happened was that the the rain'on the tree. '
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Gems of Thought Luxury Look Shorter Lengths ,

WHERE is that man who ,

owes to the land in Fur Coat
Sleeves Is News
) which he lives? Whatever that .
land may be, he owes to it the

most precious' thing possessedby When washing windows, add a In laundering, remember the
man, the morality of his actions I : By CHERIE NICHOLAS few drops of kerosene to the waterto temperature of the water is im

and the love of virtue.J. .- give added polish. Painted fur- portant. The hotter the water, the
J. Rousseau.One :.5- niture is easily cleaned if a whiter the clothes.

impulse from a vernal wood little kerosene is added to the -.-
May teach you more of man,. c j: washing water. If you find it difficult to find .
01 moral evil and of good, 4 -.- your. doorkey in your handbag,

Than all the sages WORDSWORTH.I can. To save your rubber heels, have sew a snap to a piece of narrow

: the shoemaker reverse them'when ribbon, tie the key to it, and snap
have yet to encounter" that fk14 they get worn on one side. it to the inside of the purse.
common myth of weak men, an ( \ -.- -.-

insurmountable barrier. \/'\ *ck / 4, / Cotton corduroys look best if When painting: the ceiling of a

A man of genius' makes no 'y9 .. -\ after laundering they are not room, cut a rubber ball in half,
i" -' mistakes. His errors are volitional t k ironed, but merely brushed along then cut a hole in the one half and

and are the portals of dis '> ;; '/Qe the direction of the ribs while still slip over the paint, brush handle.

covery.-James Joyce. ,/, ,- slightly damp.SEWING This will catch paint drippings.Due .

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Our Libel Laws Protect :: ? > CIRCLE NEEDLECRAFT I

Individuals-Not Groups N :.. ,i 'South of Border' Tea Towels

Because our libel laws specifi-
cally cover the defamation of in- 4 ,,t,> to an unusually large demand and
dividuals, any racial, political or current war conditions, slightly more timeis
J7 required in filling orders for a few of
be attacked
religious group may %
the most popular pattern numbers.
4 unfairly and continuously with :'
little lier's.risk of prosecution, says Col- Send your order to:

Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
While many group-libel bills 44e 554 W. Randolph St., Chicago 80, 111.
have been introduced in state .
1 / Enclose 15 cents '(plus one cent to
legislatures and congress in recent : '
cover cost of mailing) for Pattern
this much- r-k *4 r
years to provide \ Vx<,/. A 4' No._ _ _ S
needed protection, only one .such 'A
:. : Nam"
measure was ever enacted; name- .
ly, in the state of New Jersey in p y -1# Address -

1935, and that was invalidated six
,.)0 2
years later. :


IT'S style appeal with the new luxury -
1 look that sells the fur coat

this season. It is said that women
who can afford it are asking for
the new-this-year shorter fashions ___A.T.---

buying for "style" regardless of some fur introduced by Esther Doro-
whether they, already own a long thy in her famous mink collection is

fur coat. designed with exquisite detail to givea

Mink, natural gray types (gray luxurious aspect. Deftly collar--
has gone tops on the fashion pro- less it accommodates the low coif-
.. gram), Russian broadtail, Persian fure, has the new shoulderline, together ,
lamb, stone marten, beaver and nutria with smartly cuffed voluminous _
also mouton, racoon and the sleeves. '
in riot of color in
spotted types are cited in the high- If you have not as yet seen the extravagantly I INDULGE a
of the Border" tea
fashion list this year. The accent in lovely new blond wild'
towels. Make caballeros and
the styling of these furs is on an unprecedented mink you're missing something. This gay MARY
senoritas in cross-stitch.
lavish scale. The fea- youthful looking blond fur is ever S S MARTIN
turing of shorter lengths ((34 to 36- so flattering and it's worth lookingup Brighten your kitchen with cross-stitch
inch also three-quarter to seven- for it's the talk o'town this fall. towels. Pattern 7159 contains a transfer i ''TrUl toI U J"E" paraoE i
eighths), together with voluminous It is not only being made into coats 7 pattern inches.of seven motifs. averaging 6'A by star mount piCO.U is we11I the-

ARE YOU OVERWORKED sleeves and handsomely cuffed, with but it is stunningly styled into the many weU.gr'oouied.wood stars
,,b the hemline inclined to flare subtlyor new capes. Shown also are four-skin informed HO..J cdi powder.

TIRED.-RUNDOWN? definitely 'as the case may be, scarfs 'thaf provide ornamental Election PrecinctsThe who U se Calo%obbi'-- 1 n c.,
has brought about a decided changein shoulder'accen ; to collarless coats McKesson ,&Con .

Are you working too hard for your the silhouette.The and suits. United States has about Bridgeport T001HCllOX
age? Then VITA-BERLES may be coats illustrated are repre- Another brand new fashion in the 125,000 precincts or elections districts -
the tonic need.
BERLES contain a special combina- sentative of the new trends. The shorter-length class is the brief man- the potential voters of which
tion of Iron IOdine Calcium, and high model to the left is really a conver- darin topper as pictured to the right. range in number from some 200
potency (1500 USP units per day) sation piece in that it is made of Black Russian broadtail is used for to 2,000.
vitamin B-l. For men and women this swank This.lightweight
over 40, deficient in these vital elements blond chiffon wild mink, a fur thatis topper. I
VITA-BERLES may be the causing no end excitement this coat is just the type women appre- -
secret to building up pep, punch and season because of its unusualnessand ciate for immediate wear. It looks ; Never neglect head colds "
vitality for a happier, healthier, romantic its natural blond beauty, some- every inch high-fashion worn over They can cause much suffering.
life. Liberal supply in $l.OO the now-so-modish all black cloth A little Vatronolup
box. Demand VITA-BERLES at your thing so very different from the accustomed a f each nostril works fast
druggist or send $1.00 direct. brown mink. This hand- suit and it achieves striking con- right where trouble Is to relieve --
VITA-BERLES SALES CO. trast with the new color-bright wool sneezy, stuffy distress
r. 2175 Station H Cleveland, Ohio. dresses and suits. You'll love it (tS/7e' / of head colds. Soothes tr7
'' A taN reduces swelling,
Velveteen Skirt worn with a fuchsia frock, or witha
Dtne makes breathing easier.
new royal blue dress and it is Try It! Also helps prevent
WIutSufeIl? grand and glorious with a costumein eU d many colds from developing -
American Beauty. Russian broad- I- If used la time. Follow
\ rot MIIOIICIES m run! IF .naCtJltll.
tail is with
a first choice bestdressedwomen VICKS in folder.Here's .
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO of discriminating taste.A Relieve
current favorite also is the Distress VA-IRO-NOL
three-quarter length smoothly styled )
mandarin coat of black Russian ,
broadtail also of Persian lamb. With -

deep turnback cuffs and gracefully

? flared body a coat of this type con-
t. [BRINGS: BLESSED RELIEF forms to the season's style "musts." S

irge Bottle! .ti tmuu )*l!-Small She 60(1C1ITIOI And now for more startling news
: lIE OUT AS I1UCTEI* -it's the return of fur capes, shortor 4kiw
l' [M III ODD IRa man ir II Kill H ticil,!it|Mel I IIcHIl long to the fall-winter style pic
BUG CO., Isc.JCUOITtUI 4. FlOtllll ture. Anyone fortunate enough to

have stored away a full-length mink
I cape has recaptured 'a small for-

Relief At LastFor tune, for very likely it can be worn '
wi this season without much alteration.As \
*pi to the shorter cape many a fur-
4, //% rier will be called upon to fashion a
i Your CoughCreomulsion 1Tt/ t' ___ / y last season's coat into a this season's ,I A

4t' ____ cape. There ,is beauty of line and I I
relieves promptly becauseltgoesrighttotheseatof ', /, the sweep of distinction in the full

the ., #47/ / / y4"cq length cape while the shorter typesare _ _
I; trouble to help loosen and expel 4 i
with details. ; _
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature styled
\ to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed ___ Released by Western Newspaper Union.
bronchial mucous mem- .
branes.Tell your druggist to sell you 4 ___ Rich Dinner Suits _I
_ _
bottle of Creomulsion with
I the unI 4
I' _
I derstanding you must like the way It Much ado is being made over the '5'
quickly allays the cough or you are _- ______ new dinner suits which are entirely _________ 5- :
I : to have your money back.CREOMULSION. gj different from the usual suit fash- '.5-, ___________ -k\ \\ _( :
_ \
! ; ? e < //4' ( ions, because they are made of elegant (
f2 _
brocades and jacquard
I 'I for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis weaves
not usually associated with the tail-
I I The ambition of the girl who
knows her fashions is to come into ored suit. These new stunning suits
t are tailored to a nicety, their. only
possession of a color-bright velve-
'. \ teen skirt. Having had much joy in decor being handsome jewel buttons.
i wearing the Sometimes a richly ornamented beltis
gay print peasanttypeskirts
the summer through fancynow worn with the skirt and blouse, qUICK
turns to autumn and winter its gleam sparkling out from be-
tween the jacket fronts. Watch this
styles which say that there's nothing fashion develop; it is destined to be why gently warming, soothing Ben-Gay acts
smarter to wear with your blouses fast to relieve muscular soreness and pain..Ben-Gay actually -
; and your waistcoats and your dressy outstanding. contains up to 2 Vz times more methyl salicylate and
sweaters than a skirt of as gaily menthol-those famous pain-relieving agents known to
I .. colorful velveteen as you can find in White With PlaidA every doctor-than five other widely offered rub-ins. So
i I i:: the new season's collections of high- new style hobby is going the -insist on genuine Ben-Gay for soothing, quick relief!
Vi' style cottons. The skirt pictured is rounds that is of college, school and
'.' of emerald green velveteen. It looks career girl interest. This chic style
r- just right with this brown and white gesture stresses the fact of a white

!: checked cotton poplin tailored shirt. blazer being worn with a gay plaid 1 S SI
For dressiest moments try wearingthis skirt. The color scheme is carried j' :
color-bright, style-right velve- into the blazer via a binding in A I I I I ; I.
teen skirt with a sequinned jersey bright coloring that finishes off all
i blouse. its edges.

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have not yet reached them but Kie was killed, four got away and finally Service Station, Amoco Service Station Service Station
"\'t..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:.-:-->-:..:..:..>:o.:"i I is not complaining and :says he only by the aid of the Belgian un- Sugarland Service Station, Store. and Seminole Liquor

hopes the war will soon be over derground made their way back to Clewiston Bar, Nail's Liquor Store,
I and to tell his friends hero that he'll England and five were taken prisoner. Gulf Oil Corporation, Standard Oil
With i be back one of these days to live He was one of the lucky ones I Company Frances Small, R. B. Hart I:'
again. but was reported missing for several. Radio Shop Toulis' Cafe, Christian'sBarber i NOTIQI':
I Kie sends a request from himself weeks while making his way :back r I Shop, Canebrake Package I

jH Our Boysin and the boys of his outfit for a radio I!Store, Father T. J. Geary, U. S.i iI Address TO LEONA unknown FUSSELL:
battery for a portable Zenith, Model Sugar Corp., Hendry County Mo- You are hereby notified that Bill for-
OFF 40-41, 9 and 90 volt battery ParentTeachersContinued I tors, GIdden's Furniture Store Mrs. Divorce has Fussell been filed in the against Circuit you, by I
combination. If anyone can find one --.J Giddens Clewiston Laundry, Dave of Hendry County, Florida, at LaBelle I
theService of these we'll be happy to give youKie's I and you are required to appear In said I
( from Page 1) Alston, Sinclair Service Station, G I suit on November 6, 1944, or the Bill
Barber Swafford I B. Thomas Service Station, Christ-1 will be taken as confessed.
t Shop Plasco Tog- (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, :
gery Shop, 5 and 10 e'ent Store, ian Chevrolet, Clewiston Dry Goods,I Clerk Circuit Court, I!
S-Sgt. Leroy Hare has left the Mi- I Hendry County, 'lorlda.
Dixie Crystal Theatre. Standard Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co., Texaco
Oct. i
ami Beach Re-distribution Center 13 20, 27. Nov. 3.
-- ,.,.. I
for Nashville for a thirty-day rest
before reassignment. He left last ,

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..>:..:o.:......:..: ..:..:w: ":"':":.I Friday for Nashville.* "' I:
Dick Owen graduated r from Midshipmen's -I GM 2-c Edwin Roath arrived Friday \. VOTE ',.FORDwight \ .
nIgh to spend a thirty-day leave .
School Notre Dame
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
University on October 26 and received -I I i ,
J. Roath. Edwin has been in service -
his rating as Ensign. He is now
I I with the Atlantic fleet most of
en route to Harvard University for'I L.
the time overseas.
additional training. I 0 RogersTHE
This week Dick's parents, Mr. and
ilrs. W. C. Owen, were greatly sur- An interesting visitor this week
Drised to receive a letter from their was Capt. Julius Blake of Lakeland

older son, Ensign W. C. Owen, Jr., .who formerly drove Eli Witt's truck REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR ,;
who is stationed at Plattsburg, N. Into Clewiston and had many friends 'c'
"Y. and in the letter to find another I here. He is an Army Air Force pilot CONGRESS S
"written by Dick, who had and was shot down over Belgium
to visit his brother for a stopped I many months ago. One of his crewJohnson's

'en route to his U new. location.. I ---------- ---------- SIXTH DISTRICT OF FLORIDAMr.

Sgt. Hub Spooner, former Clewis- I
Fish Camp
Chevrolet dealer, who has been I
'convalescing from +wounds receivedIn I i (Near Hurricane Gate) t Rogers is an experienced legislator having rendered

the invasion of Normandy at a Clewiston, Fla. excellent and satisfactory service in the Legislature of
hospital at Thomasville, Ga., and I i Boats and Motors-Guide Service '
who recently came down for a visit Rates Reasonable Florida. S .- I,
with his wife and other relatives in W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
"P hokee, was in Clewiston a coupleof

times this week. He walks about :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. He not only knows how to get around in Washington but

with is in the braces aid as of the crutches result and of one a shat-leg :. FOR' .'i'y: he will know what to do and how to do it when he gets ,

tered ankle. Hub says that despite 1 TAXICABS :|_ there. You will make no mistake when you vote for
what the doctors tell him he's going -
to walk alright again before + DAY AND NITE SERVICE :g

long. And with a spirit like that :.;_,: PHONE 18 |: DWIGHT L. ROGERS ON NOVEMBER 7TH '
"he'll do so. It's the same spirit : '
that made him write his wife that .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I

.Tie was only "scratched" when he (Political advertisement paid for by friends of Mr. Rogers.)
was so, badly wounded.
s ,. ....
G. M. FORDCivil ,(
From Holland this week we receive -
---" ----' -
a letter from Sgt. Peter Engineer and Surveyor
'Chagaris"and in, it are a couple ofI I Specializing In Everglades

.. pieces of German paper money and Surveys
a piece of Dutch money for which

"we are most grateful. Pete says Phone 66 Clewiston Fla. j> ... . ,' 1.--: <" .-..
"he'd give a lot for a little Clewiston L "ST"T:: _.. ; ::. : : S I
sunshine and the papers, that reach THE '"
him are old but much appreciated. I ,
Apparently. from the way Pete
writes: he's about fed up with the
'(;erman "super-race.:" Says he has
Now is the time to
found the people of Scotland, Wales, 'Canebra'ke Bar'j :
. England, France and Belgium all I :
start ,
regular ;
very friendly but says there are too a
':many "krauts" in Holland for them! ';
to warm up much. Says he's seen ', F I '
some mighty pretty spots but is still Will Be Open To The Public. .'.
looking, for one as pretty to him as
s *

Mrs. F. L. Dunaway reports that '
?ier son, Radford S. Dunaway has Saturday Afternoon Nov1 4 '
been promoted from private first I SAVINGSACCOUNT tiTHE
Mass to the rank of corporal. Corporal ,
Dunaway is stationed in Geneva -
Nebraska, with the Army Air
Had- a note this morning from ', '
v Cpl. Kie Hathcock from France and '. -. ;\'
lie, too, is having trouble getting his J .:" .', /," '

! .. Taper through. He says it rains day ;, RESTAURANT TO ,BE ,OPERATED 'Y; ;
': and night in the part of France

l 'Where he is located' and they are Regular Deposits IN CONNECTION WITH THE BAR WILLr: '' ,: .
t:, forced to sleep in pup tents on wet -
blankets on wet ground and eat C WATCH c.
"rations. Tobacco and cigarettes Grow Fast BE OPENED VERY /;> i

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'' FULLERDEALER I Clewiston, Federal We are anxious for Clewiston people to visit our

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;;, Christmas Gifts Savings and LoanAssociation bar, which we believe to be the most modern and up-to- ,-

: for ,alltthe Family date ever operated'' here. We pledge the maintnance\ of

: $: Viii be in Clewiston on week' of good order, the finest service of which we are capableand

31'ovember 6th and 13th.
... -I a friendly, hospitable atmosphere.

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,Loan AssociationTo vantage of their home financing of the load of handling these applications Nylon will even be used, as a wire address before the National Whole-
advantages under the G. I. Bill of : off the shoulders of the for window screen in the post-war sale Druggists Convention. Nylon

Aid Veterans Rights, O. K. LaRoque, president .>f government, which of course does world, it was pointed out by F. F. wire screen wlll not rust and will
the district bank, announced today. not lend any money under ',this law DuPont de Nomours Company in an never need painting.
He had just returned from a con- but instead induces local financial
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ference of the heads of the 12 ,reg- institutions to make liberal home -
Member savings and loan associa-
ional banks of the Federal Home loans to veterans by guaranteeing -
tions of the Federal Home Loan I .
Loan Bank System at Washington, repayment of a portion of a debt < '
Bank of Winston-Salem are mobilizing REELECTPresident
where plans were outlined by which contracted for that purpose,"
their personnel to aid war veterans -
thrift and home financing institutions The district served by the Win-
of Maryland, District of Co- '
I'!, of the country can utilize their ston-Salem bank includes Maryland,
iHnibia, Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama facilities toP inform veterans asto District of Columbia, Virginia, North I! Roosevelt
their rights under the guaranteed I
I :and Florida who wish to take ad-I Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
loan provisions of the law and take, Alabama and Florida. The bank's I
applications for mortgage loans.
------- 410 member institutions. located '
"Savings and loan associations in some 250 cities and towns, readily I .
b I and similar lending institutions of accessible. to 90% of the urban
Should a 1 person be required the Federal Home Loan Bank SyS population of the district. Their The. war is not yet won. Franklin D. Roosevelt

I II I i i tern are making preparations to assist combined resources total about $99- is leading us on to a glorious VICTORY. We believehe t '.
to pay tribute to a j I veterans as soon as regulations : 000,000.00.
union overlord I j'I'I[ for the processing of loan .applications -I "It is estimated that member In- should'have the privilege of leading us through to
for the "Right
', III', -now being formulated-are stitutions of the Winston-Salem bank ,the end, and to a lasting peace. Then through the
to Work?" II announced by the Veterans' Admin- now hold liquid resources available | "
istration," said Mr. LaRoque.) for home 'loans totalling $200,000-j: reconstruction period. This is not"the time to change
Should a person be required I "In effect, they intend to set up 000.00," said :Mr. LaRoque. "The experience for inexperience: President Roosevelt has
'Question and Answer Posts' in their Federal Home Loan Bank ,System I
to join a union against I institutions where the veteran can functions as their source of reserve the confidence of all the'allied nations, he is strongin

his her will in ,obtain information on his privileges I credit."
or order to se- i I international understandings and abilities. During
f under the act and get advice on how
cure employment: ? I he can proceed to build or buy the' the next four years he can be of great, value'to the
I home that will suit his particular 'Cattle Market nation. He has the interests of the common peopleat
The RIGHT TO WORKAmendment needs and circumstances. From
their knowledge of local real estate Will Be Finished Soon heart. We need his able leadership another four
No. 5 on your
.a .:> I conditions and values and their training -
ballot Nov. 7th if approved i in making loans tailored to individual (Hendry County News) .I years. RE-ELECT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.

family requirements, they I
County Agent H. L. Johnson said,
will GUARANTEE the "Right- I can be of immediate practical aid in
the cattle market will soon be in I
what, for most veterans, will be the '
to-Work" to everyone regardI I readiness to hold a sale. The new Hendry County DemocraticCommittee
I most important investment in their I ,
location is at Goodno at the ACL
less of union."IT lives.
I tracks. I i
"Following out the policy laid
IS SDIPLEAMERICANISM" down in the law, they can' help to Mr. Johnson said the finishing .
I protect returning soldiers against touches were being made this ,weekon

I excessive property prices and assum- the pens and arena and lie
Vote FOR Amendment No. 5, ing debtor obligations greater than thought a sale would be held about (Paid Political Adv.) ,
the middle of November. The .
their market
earnings would
., Nov. 7th warrant.
moved from LaBelle.
' "Savings and loan associations and was I

:= JIiII-' banks will endeavor to take much -

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J ._ Is This The Payment of.One Installment

AMENDMENT NO.1 Pepper's Debt to Sidney Hillman?

:, .
Is a a. '

An ]Evil PropositionEDITORIAL
Florida's : I
W.tfar.- ,,_ -
JOURNALAlIERICAN'Senator Sidney Hrllrnan's Commun-
istic Political Action Committee -

Who Wants ThisAMENDMENT Who Will Bear tho Pepper, of Florida Russia is not going to takef contributed $5,000 to

? speaking in Seattle in behali any position in the Pacific Claude Pepper's Primary
Burden? ''
war out of consideration 'for
of the fourth term candidac campaign. '
The Speculators Who anything but HER OWN interests -
of President Roosevelt, madea
Farmer and Grower
Get Rich Out of Depressed shocking proposition to the ambitions and aspi-

Values. Who Has to Sell His American, people.He rations. That is not campaign
said that if President t ,Russia has steadfastly gossip-if you doubt it read

.' The Mortgage Holders Crops. Roosevelt is not re-elected i in maintained peace with Japan page 15 and 38 of report of
throughout the present, war. U. S. Senate investigation of
November Premier Stalin _oJ f
Who Profit When Times The Wholesaler and Retailer Hillman's S. 263
Soviet 'Russia will delay open Russia will never change PAC ( Res..r ,

Are Bad. Who Must Sell participation in the Pacifi that policy at the persuasion June 13th, 1944).

; : His Goods. war and the granting of Si: of President Roosevelt, or for

The Employers l Who berian bases to American 1 the advantage of any Amer- Is this editorial one of

j Profit i Most When The Manufacturer Who forces "until the cycle revolved ican government. is many installments Pepperr
Even if Senator Pepper
'1. Wages and Salaries Are Must Sell in Order to government again and HE an COULDTRUST American)1 right that Stalin will only must pay Sidney V Hillman on $"

Low. make war 'on Japan on the that $5,000.
Keep His Plant Going. was put back. in power. -
condition that ,the United
(And the Owners, of Property and Securities) The proposition Senator States have "a government he Pepper is either deliberately ,'i.

Pepper thus puts before the can "trust, the American lying in an effort to scare

n d,14; :, ;' U- WHY?. .. controlling qualification of; to buy his participation at i voting for a 4th term or is "

: Because the next President of' the such a price. paying on his $5,000 obligation '
r : If Industry and business find It Impossible to
: In Stalin's conception, a
: i continue present contractual relations between management United States 'should be trust is to Hillman, or both. In
; government he
I I STALIN'S APPROVAL. either event should
and labor Pepper
In Florida, relations which must
he CONTROL.And "
; continue, we cannot avoid chaos and confusion at the That is an amazing and sin- Stalincan not be trusted to represent {
; expense of the general welfare. ister proposition.There any government' Florida in the United States
control has ceased to be Senate.

hs never been sucha responsible to its own people,
THIS AMENDMENT WILL AFFECT EVERY bending-of-knees to foreign and has become, subservient

/' : FLORIDA POCKET ADVERSELY interests in all American his- and 'submissive to Stalin. Pepper is not ,a Democratand

I Remember the author of Amendment 5 Is the same tory as he proposes. Senator 'Pepper has made does not represent Flor-,

t man who led the fight against.the Homestead.Amendment The American people have the American people not ida's interest. It is dangerous -

I ; in 1934. The adoption of which,. we all know, < never tolerated the slightest merely an insulting, but a to elect men,supported by

( ; ran out of business'in Florida, tlie'tax speculators :who foreign interference in their dangerous proposition.This money sent from outside our

grew rich in buying up delinquent taxes. Presidential elections. ,is 'campaign in whichwe state. -

I I They have never made .approval will elect an AMERICAN
The author of Amendment No. 5 on the ball by foreign rulers .the President.

I Tuesday, November 7, gave you what he test of Presidential candi Our American interest is Can you vote for a man
I t I boasted of good advice in 1934. .. dates. our ONLY interest in this for the important office of
,1 in United States Senator who
campaign-and It is surely
Can you depend upon this man's advice now-when. Senator Pepper displays an our American interest to reject obligates himself to such

h \ : he tells you Amendment No. 5 gives you the "Right abysmal ignorance of Amer- Senator Pepper's .insulting foreign elements who have no

to Work" ? at a time when everyone who wants ican history and callous con- and evil proposition thatwe interest in Florida? will

work has a job waiting for him if he is able and willing tempt for American political I should bargain for, Rus- you support Hillman's choice
integrity in making such a
,. sia's participation in the Pa- -not if you are a 'real Florida -

';,. BE NOT DECEIVED proposal.In he cific war by electing a Presi- Democrat. V '::
I addition, displays a dent he has so plainly and
; striking ignorance about Rus- STALIN'S
frankly marked as
j sia and Premier Stalin.


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four red stamps October .. ., .t
29 totaling 40 red points will 'A.-:'. '
Buried In Wauchula; THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. vi \ "
have to last for at least a 5-week .;,
Died Monday period. No new red stamps until "" -.

December 3.I'ROCESSED. .. ,....
FOODS 1 : : -
(Hendry County News) Blue stamps A8 through Z8 and ._c "
James N. Blount, Jr., 31, died A5 through W5, good indefinitely.
Monday night at Lee Memorial Hos- No new stamps. until December 1.
pital in Fort Myers after being in I SUGAR ,".' t.
ill health for a year. The funeral I' Sugar stamps No. 30, No.; 31, No. r
Wauchula and
service was held at ,,32 and No. 33 now good for five
interment was in nearby Joshua
I pounds each indefinitely. Sugar
Creek cemetery. 1! stamp 40, good for five pounds of
Mr. Blount had lived at LaBelleall through February .
canning sugar -
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of his life, and was educated in 28, 1945. /
LaBelle schools. Over a year ago GASOLINEIn .
lie reported to Camp Blanding ,for I Coast states A-H: J \
examinationand 17 East ,; : cou- r+frNut t
pre induction physical pons, good for three gallons' each k
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to have been rejecteg.because J t"V.-
said y
was I through November 8. Instates'out- 1 ter.
ailment. Relatives .
of a kidney .
Area, A-13 '
I side the East coupons -
the cause of his!;! '
said this was
in new "A"'book, good for four '
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in the Wauchula {
death. He was
gallons each through December 21. /
hospital for several weeks at which II .
time his life was despaired of. How- OIL ,
Period 4 and 5 coupons and new ..
ever, he rallied, came home and was ..
thought ,to be improving. A week period 1 coupons, good throughout .. .
ago he took a turn for the worse present heating year. ;": ;
and his death was not unexpected. : .
Survivors are his widow Mrs. Airplane stamps. 1 and 2', good 1 i' .///c W4RI. .
Thelma Blount; one daughter, Joan.; indefinitely. Airplane stamp 3 be- :
his mother Mrs. John 'Burnetts; comes good November 1 and< remains I

three brothers, Dan Blount of Tam- good indefinitely. Y i t

pa, Tom Blount of LaBelle and Phil- 4 ,,l .
lip Blount of the Navy: who is ..
somewhere in the Pacific, and two
sisters, Mrs. Olney O'Bannon and Cheese & Soaps
Mrs. Louise Pendrey.

wholesale grocer can't supply you "Quite a stack of newspapers I left
I you Bootleggers must post Ceiling Prices';
with washing powder and
RATIONING hoop soaps cheese, Avrite,for our price yesterday Judge. Aren't goin' in ''the news-. Federal Agents seize Trick'Liquor Truck'. .
list GENERAL PRODUCTS CO., paper business, are you?" Doesn't that go to prove, Joe, that prohibi- '
CALENDARMEATS :Moultiie: Ga. Ii "No, I just enjoy reading different tion does not prohibit? "-. "". ;,
papers so my nephew George sends them "1 watched conditions pretty ,carefully

AND FATS .,. to me whenever he takes a business trip. during our 13 years of prohibition in this ..w: -
Red stamps AS through ZS and I got a big kick out of some he sent me country. The only thing I could see we got 'I: _
from several counties where they still have out of it was bootleg liquor instead of legal ..:
-- TURKEYS'DELIVERED prohibition. Particularly from some head- liquor.plus the worst crime and corruption -.. ::-
DRESSED lines that read'Drunk Driving Arrests Rise', this country has ever known." -r ',<
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National Nursing Council for volunteers nursery for small children Is con-I come and worship with us each I
Assembly of God Thursday evening 'at 8:00 This
[ in the U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps. ducted by the Mothers' Club at the ''I Sunday If you are a new comer to .I is p.

Church Expension I SThere is an immediate .need for 1 1I r Community Center. lour I[ community let 'us make you I member an important practice and each.,

who is helping in the Christmas -

[ I thousands of additional nurses. "This Nation Under God" is the I, welcome at our services. You will J music is urged to attend.

theme of the minister's sermon. I I|( find -a very friendly greeting. awaiting (<- ;,I "Every Christian should bfe

[ Rev. H. R. Bagwell, pastor of the I : ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL J j 1)-1! you. marked
Westminster {
Fellowship, 6:00 by a calm, unworried fn 91e

', Assembly of God Church in SouthClewlston ,, I CHURCH_____ [F m. "What Does Christianity Have j I The teachers and officers preparnI 1 jof mind, a deep settled peace; of:
f. that
: announces plans are" Services every Sunday: at 8:30 in It For Young People Today?" is I lion period will begin promptly at ( heart that the worldling can nevetI' :.- '

underway for an expansion program: I a. m., at Clewiston Community j the subject for discussion All '' 7:15:: Wednesday evening. The Be- I'attain and .that the world itself can-
for the church building !1 1f t '
making "
Church -. j young people of high school and ginners and Primary teachers are give.

"t considerably larger and necessitated -'I I I junior high ages, are invited. especially urged to attend for there ,

by the ever growing church popu.1 Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector. i iCLKWISTOX will be a combined group meeting j
lation. (I CHURCH OP GOD
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of these two departments. !

Concrete blocks are now on hand j S. Pacific At Venturn St.

I COMMUNITY" I_ H. C. Mcaclor, Pastor: The Hour of Power prayer: servIce Hc,.. Thos. J. DUIT.IHCC Pastor
for the construction. Forteen feet .,' ,
CHURCH will begin at 8:00 p. in. Here
r-:: will be added to. the front of the I

David C. Hancock, Minister .' Sunday School-9:45 a. m.= we have an, opportunity to join with I
r-- church making it fort -four feet i n I Sunday School, 10:00 a. m.
each other in
praise and thanksgiving '
Morning Worship-11:00: a. m. I .
be Morning
and the length will also Devotions
SUNDAY, NOV. 5, 1944 Training Union-6:15 p. m. and in petition for our needs I 11:00 a. m* '

increased to sixty-four feet. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Dr. C. I unto our Cod. Evangelistic Service, 8:00 p. m.
& r j Evening Worship-7:30 p. m. I Prayer Meeting .

it. / !, E. ,Gericke, superintendent. Classes Prayer' Service .Wed., 8:00 p. m. I The Sunbeams meet at the church m. Tuesday, 8:15 pv

'r An appeal is being made to Florida ,, for all ages. 1.1.f A very cordial invitation is e' tended -;I Thursday at 3:30 p. m. I. Y.P.E. Service

I ;.:: colleges and universities by the Morning Worship, 11:00 a. in. Aninth to the community at large to The choir practice will be held m. Thursday, 8:15p. .

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''., NOTICE OF ELECTION I39thi' ana Forty-firsi (41sti That the' loiiowlnp amendment 01 Section ert1tnlD -

I;r WHEREAS The Legislature of 1943. Districts shall- be elected for a term I 24 ol Article HIlI the Constitution town and not sucn otherwise mumeioaiitv or iy. and on and after the expiration -,
I of
:_, jnder the Constitution of 1885, of the of four years and the Senator from I or the State ot Florida, reiatme: the term of rich ot said County
;,; State of Florida, did pass 10'Joipt Resolutions the Fortieth ',i40thi District elected I to uniform count and municipal government : I'hf Counties Ji Dade: ana Orange Solicitors of saId Counties the office
$;, "., proposing amendments to the for a term 01' twc vears from the ana the classification ol ana ep"b municipality town district of the County Solicitor and Prosecut

; Constitution of the State of Florida, and time ol the General) Election 01 1944 cities ana towns. ot and the same is. and 'other special taxing districts now ing Attorney shall be abolished within

t '. the same were I agreed to by a vote and thereafter said 'Senators shall b E hereby agreed; to and shall or submitted created bv law or which may be here- of said Counties, and all of the duties
6. at three-fifths of all the members elected elected for a term ol four vears ex- to the elector ol: the Stateof after created DV law in each of said the County Solicitor within each of

r-'':'" to each house; that the votes on said cept in case ol a vacancy in office Florida at the General Election ol Counties. shall retain and control the said Counties shall become the duties
s ,.' Joint Resolutions were entered upon Filed In office Secretarv of State Representatives to be odd in 1944 power 'v fix their respective budgets of the State Attornev in each of said

f; their respective Journals. with the yeas June 14 1943 for approval or rejection that is to for the purpose of measuring and Imposing Counties.
if/ and nays thereon, and they did determine say that Section 24 ol Article III of the mlllage to be imposed upon, Section J. On and after the ex-

. and direct that the said Joint A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution ol the State of Florida property in said Counties. subject to piration of the terma of the Clerks

'S', Resolutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of the be: amended so as tc read as follows each ad valorem or other like taxes within of the 'Criminal Court of Record ol .

k of the State at the General Election in Constitution of the State ol Florida I district: respective municipality. town, Dade and Orange Counties for which

::' November 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Jus Section '24 rhf legislature' shaH and the or other special 'taxing area they each are serving 1 or have been

r NOW. THEREFORE, i, R. A. GRAY, tices of the Peace establish a, uniform system of county County Tax Assessor In each elected on January 1, 1945. the office
;, Secretary of State of the State of Florida and municipal government which shall said Counties shall in determining of the Clerks of the Criminal Court
\. : do hereby give notice that a OP THE STATE OF be applicable except in cases where assessment add the amount levied of Record In both Counties and the
FLORIDA. and imposed
" GENERAL ELECTION local or special laws are provided or by such mlllage to the Clerks of the Civil Courts of Record

,will be held in each county in Florida That the following V amendment to Section may hereafter be provided, by the Legislature amount Imposed by the respective and the Court of Crimes In Dade
21 Article of the Constitution
ol Counties
of Dade
,. on Tuesday next succeeding the first that mav be Inconsistent and Orange. County shall all be' abolished,. and the
of the State of Florida be and
,j<' Monday in November A. D. 1944, the therewith Section 2. That on and after mid duties of the Clerks of the Criminal
the and the
is hereby agreed
same to
said Tuesday being the Filed In 'office Secretary'' ol State night. December 31st. 1944. the Count Court of Record In both Counties
shall be''submitted the
same to qual-
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor June 10. 1943A Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties. of the. Clerk of the
the ratification or rejection of the fled electors at the general electionIn Dade and Orange. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes In Dade County
1944 ratification
\ said Joint Resolutions proposing amend- or rejection: JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to shall each become the Tax Collector shall all be assumed taken over and
"Section 21. There shall
ments to the Constitution of the State than five Justice Districts be not more each Amend Section Six and Section Sevenof for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part of the duties of the ;
XVHI: levied and Imposed for the calendar I respective Clerks of the Circuit Court
of Florida, viz: Article of the Constitution of
i5 and there shall be
..;, county, elected one : in Dade
1945 and
the State of Florida year and subsequent ; Orange Counties.
Relating to the years (ex
A JOINT Justice Peace for
RESOLUTION Proposingthe of the each Justice
Term of Office of Persons Appointedor cept taxes now required to be col- Section 8. 'The 'assumption ot new ,
Amendment of Section 1 of Ar- District who shall hold office for four
lected duties under the
by the
Elected to Fill Vacancies In Elec- Clerk ol the Circuit provisions of this
: ticle IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are tive Offices Under Said Constitution.BE Court) within each of said Counties Article shall not entitle any., officer
., Relating to Taxation.BE hereby recognized but the Legislature -
and to Increased
Including all County taxes and compensation; but the
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- ; may by special Act from time to all ad valorem and acreage taxes' imposed officers upon _whom such new duties
.' LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. time, change the boundaries of any OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA: by any municipality, town dis- shall be Imposed shall continue to be

.' That the following amendment to Section such; District now or hereafter estab- That the following amendment to Section trict, or other taxing district upon governed by the general Maw of the ,
6 Section 7 of 'XVIII
and Article
1 of Article IX of the Constitution Ished and may establish new or abolish of the of property within each of said Counties State aa It now is, or may be here_ '.
any such District now or hereafter Constitution the State of and the after, as relates to the .
be Legislature fixing of their
of Florida relating to taxation and Florida and may provide that "
Provided however be. the same Is hereby
the same Is hereby agreed to and shall existing. each'of said Collectors shall also col- respective salaries .or prescribing their
that such changes shall be submitted agreed to. and the same shall be submitted -
be submitted to the electors of the any lect any other taxes, licenses or ex_ maximum compensation from fees:
to the people of county BO to the qualified electors' of the
any exec within said Counties. provided however. that each officer
State of Florida for ratification or reJection Such col-
affected, by referendum at the next State of Florida for ratification or reJection -
: ,at the next General Election lectors shall each remit to the desig- may. as he assumes the herein stated
at the next
'general election. ensuing general
; to be held In 1944. as follows: ensuing nated proper officials of. each taxing additional duties. take over and be
election that la to That Sections
Filed In office Secretary of State say
such assistants.
authority In their respective. Countiesall emr. > 0
Section 1. The Legislature shall provide June 10. 1943.A 6 and 7 of Article XVHI of the Con- '- and
such taxes collected ; expenses of the office assumed
,. forthwith '
for a uniform and equal rate of stitution of the State of Florida, be I oras
may be provided law. as may be approved by the Budget ,
taxation, except that It may provide I amended to read as follows: by Each Tax
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Collector shall collect Commissions of such Counties by
each tax state- or
for special rate or rates on Intangible "Section
6. The term of office for
property but such special rate or rates Amendment to Article V of the COnstitution all fill ment In full and shall Issue but one such other supervisory authority as ':,
appointees to vacancies In
shall not exceed two mills on the dol- of Florida by adding thereto of the elective offices under this COn-any tax statement which shall Include all may be established by the Legislature.
an Additional Section Relating to the ad valorem or acreage taxes assessed Notwithstanding' any general or spe"j
valuation .
i' intangible property provided than as Election of State Attorneys. Judges of; stitution shall extend only to the first during any one calendar year upon cial laws the provisions of this Article
; Tuesday after the first In
to Criminal Courts of Record and County Monday each parcel of real property and upon' shall be self-executing. The Legis )
obligations secured by
any mort-
January next after the election and
Solicitors (except the Judge and 80- each lot of personal property and all lature may give reasonable Interpretation ,:
gage, deed of trust, or other lien, the of
licitor of the Court of Record of Es- qualification a euccess r. tax certificates shall be Issued to cover to the words phrases and Sections -<.
Legislature may prescribe an intan- cambIa and for filling "Section 7. In all cases of electionto all taxes of this Article
County). Providing upon each parcel of real and direct their ,"
gible tax of not than two (2)m1l.ls .
more fill vacancies In office such election -
Vacancies In of such Offices for effect by related laws. ,
any property each calendar, year and The Legisla ,:
the dollar which shall be y
on shall be for that of the
Prior to the First Tuesday after the part shall be sold by each Collector, 'aa is ture may by law control the compen ,,;
.-, payable at the time such mortgage, FIrst Monday in January, 1949 by AppOintment unexpired term commencing on the or may be provided by law. aa' relatesto sation of each officer, and the ex- '
deed of trust other lien is first
or Tuesday after the first
pre MondayIn
; by the Governor and Con County Taxes and tax: certificatesnot pense and conduct of each office affected
sented for recordation said tax to be January next after such election.
irmatlon by the Senate.BE sold and which by law or fore- hereby: and may abolish tee i
In lieu of all other intangible assess- Filed In office Secretary of State
closure converted systems where they exist In Dade and
are Into
ments on such obligations. The special June li 1943.A .
be so converted by the Orange Counties and may control all '
rate rates the taxes collected
V Counties and the property sold for the fees and charges of offices or officials ,
That Article of the Constitution of
therefrom, be apportioned by the RESOLUTION Proposing toy
may pro rata benefit of each Interested within! each of said Counties. ;
he State of Florida be amended: b
Legislature and shall be exclusive of Amend Section 5. Article VIII of the
Section 9. Section 20 of -Article m. ,
taxing authority: sales shall be made ?
adding thereto an additional sectionto ,
all other State. District and Constitution of the 'State of Florida
be known as Section 47 of said Article and penalties and Interest for delin- and Section 5, 27 and 30 of*Article V. -:.
;> municipal taxes; and shall prescribe relating to County Commissioners. quencies and Section 6 of Article VUI. and Section
relating to the election of State Imposed as provided by law :
such regulations as shall secure a just BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- 5 of .
for County taxes: each taxing authority Article IX of the Constitution -
Attorneys, Judges of Criminal Courts :
valuation of all property, both real of Record and County Solicitors (eXcept LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: where It has a tax Interest, may of the State of Florida shall .I ,

and personal, excepting such property; the Judge and Solicitor of the That Section 5, of Article VIII of purchase property sold for taxes or on I remain In full force and effect and .
as may be exempted by law for municipal Court of Record of Escambia County) the Constitution of the State of Flor- foreclosure and all moneys derived said Sections of said Articles and the ,

education, literary, scientific and the same is hereby agreed to and ida, relating to County Commissioners from such sales and from penaltiesand other provisions of the Constitutionof

religious or charitable purposes. hall be submitted to the electors of be and the same. Is hereby amended, Interest shall be collected and the State'ot Florida relating to the

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

1943.Filed rejection at the General Election to be submitted to, the electors of the Counties, municipalities towns drain- shall remain In full force and effect

in Office Secretary ol State be held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general election age districts or other taxing districts save and except as they mav each 4

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

A JOINT 'RESOLUTION"Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys. Judgesof Section 5, of Article VIII. as amended. piece of property Involved. Orange Counties. Florida and as to

t an Amendment to Article 7, Section 3. 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 County Commissioner ln each of the Constitution shall be modified and
Ap- and Solicitor of' the Court of Record be held prior to December 31 1944. .
portionment, by Amending Section 2 of Escambla County) shall hereafter five County Commissioner's districts retain the right to assess and collect changed by this Article.
of said Article so .as to Designate Os- be elected by the qualified electors In each county, which districts shall taxes. Upon adoption of this Article Filed In office Secretary of State

eola and Okeechobee Counties as a of their respective Judicial circuits or be numbered,one to five Inclusive and any municipal government within the June 10. 1943.A .

Senatorial District. Designate Broward counties as other State and County 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 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 VIII of the Constitution -

(f as a Senatorial District.BE \neys, Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from time election to be participated In by the =\ of the State of Florida Relative -

IT kNACTliU: HY THE LEGISLATURE Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries of such dis qualified freeholders of such muni- to Assessment of Property for

i OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. the Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof tricts. Said County Commissioners cipality only, who shall determine bya Taxes and the Collection of Taxes by

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

I 3 ol Article 7 of the Constitutionof be held at the General Election In 1943 ors of said county at the time and hereof be or not be, effective within Provide that In the County of Hllla-
I : 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 of Florida the County

j 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, ana Okcechobee Counties'as for a term of four years. years. Provided that the County Commissioners have such municipality come under of the County for the Purpose of LevyIng -

j the thirty-ninth J9)(: ) senatorIal District "The term or tenure of office ol any elected from the even num- said Sections, or by a like majority of I State. County. School and Municipal

Broward County as the fortieth one heretofore or hereafter appointed bered districts in 1944 shall serve for those voting, determine that it shall Taxes Levied by the State, County,

1l40) Senatorial District, and Calhounand to any of the offices herein mentioned two years those elected in 1944 from not come under said Sections. If by County School Board. School Districts. ;

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 Districts and Municipalities -

(411 Senatorial District, be and the vacancy in any of such offices prior for four years. and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof or it of the County.BE .

lame is hereby agreed'to and shall be to; said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- .

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

lor 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. Sections That the following Amendment to Article -.

eral Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as here hereby:' I 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective I VIII of the Constitution ot the

Tuesday after the first Monday In tofore provided by the Constitution but Filed In office Secretary ol State upon such municipality In the event State of Florida 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 of all taxes In:

", ,,\ "Section .1. The Legislature that the first Tuesday ,after the first Mon under Sections 1 and 2 hereof such the County of Hlllsborough. State of.; '

call meet in regular session A. D. day In January 1949. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4. Florida by adding thereto additional! ,

11/55./ and those tnat shall meet every .Any provision of the Constitutionconflict 'Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6. 7. 8. and 9 of this Article, exceptas sections to be known as Section 11 and. ,

: eu; years thereafter shall apportion In herewith Is hereby re- State of Florida to Be Known i the representation in the Senate and pealed." ticle XX. Sections 1-9 thereof Relat- in such municipality which shall agreed to and snaIl be submitted to tlio .

shall provide for lorty-one ((41) Senatorial I Filed in office Secretary ol State ing to the Consolidation of Certain remain as is now provided bv law; Electors of the State of Florida fog

/1 : Districts, such Districts to Deio May 18. 1943 -, Offices in the Counties of Dade and provided however. that at any general ratification or rejection at the general

nearly equal popUlation as prac- Orange, State of Florida and Providing city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first Tues.
ncable, but no County shall be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aAmendment a in Said Counties for the Combination upon petition filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday in November -.

in making such apportionment to Section 12 of the Dec of Assessments and Collec_ days prior to such election by ten per 1944 as follows .
and each District snail have one Senator laration of Rights in the Constitutionof tions and Equalization Of County. Municipal cent of the freeholders entitled to Section 11. 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 1. 1946. the County Tax Assessorin
:;:hobee Counties. Florida shall constItute Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrlmlnation. mitting Municipal Referendum and whether or not such municipality shall the County of Hlilsborough. Stateof

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

District Broward County: Flor- of Private Property Without Just Com- County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot and upon a all State. County. School and Munlcl-

I da, shall constitute the Fortieth <40th) pensation, by Providing the Right of that of State Attoornev and Combining vote to be so bound, such municipality pa. taxes to be levied in the County
Senatorial District and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Deniedor the Clerk of the Criminal and shall thereafter be bound bv said Sec by the State. County. County School

: Gulf Counties Florida shall constl- Abridged on Account of Member Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector l- tions. RiSnrrf. School .niefrlfto- Grto 'lal TOT-

:ute the Forty-first (41st Senatorial 1 ship or Non-Membership In any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School Ot.iirictsand Municipalities ,
District; and. at the same time' the Union or Labor Organization: and Court. and the County Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Legislative -
gislature shall also apportion the the and Orange Counties Session in 1945 and
Providing that Right: of Employees BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE shall impose no from time tc '
'J representation in the House of Representatives to Collectively Bargain Shall STATE OF FLORIDA'-. charge by way of fee or otherwise time thereafter, enact laws specifying ;
and shall allow three (3) 3e Preserved. OF THE upon the municipalities towns. 'districts the powers functions. duties and compensation .)
Representatives to each ol the five That the Constitution of the State or other taxing areas within of County Tax Assessor des- ,'.
Florida the same is hereby
be and
'j nest populous counties and two (2)) OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: amended Article XX thereto said Counties for their services in ignated In paragraph 1 of this Section J
by adding
Representatives to each or the next making assessments and collections of. 11. and shall likewise law
That the by )
following amendment the
.' to and as amended Is agreed to. and ,
eighteen more populous counties. and Constitution State ad valorem or acreage taxes or other for the extension on the assessment ;.
of the
Florida.Section shall be to the electors of
one (1) Representative to each of the 12 of Declaration duties Imposed or to be Imposed here- roll of the County Tax Assessor *>1 '
of the
Rightsof State for
Florida adoption
of or
remaining counties ol the State at .under. The Legislature of the Stateof all taxes levied by the State. County
said Constitution. be and j
the sameIs rejection general electionto
r at the next
: the time of such apportionment. Florida may. bylaw provide for pay- County School Board School Districts
1 hereby agreed to and the same ah to be held 1944. to-wit:
in the vear
Should the
I Legislature
to appor be submitted to the qualified electors ments to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities
I. tion the representation In the Senate of ARTICLE XX Counties in an amount not to exceedone .
the of Florida
I ratification -
and In the House of Representatives or rejection at the next ensuing Section 1. That on and after mid per cent of collections made and Section 12 1. Prom and after January

\ at any regular session of the Legislature General Election that Is to say. that night December 31st. 1944 the County paid by he Collector to each taxing I, 1946. The County Tax Collector
at any of the times herein des Section 12 of the Declaration of Rightsof Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade authority to cover all costs of collec- in the County of Hlllsborough. State ol

, ignated jt shall be the duty of the the Constitution of the State of and Orange. State of Florida, shall tion and assessment Incurred by the Florida shall collect all taxe levied in

;, Legislature or Legislatures succeeding Florida be amended so as to read as each become and be the assessors of respective Counties. the County by the State. Count
t ? regular session of the Legislature follows: all 'property in their respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Board. School Districts. '

I either apportion In Special the or Regular session to "Section 12. No person shall be N b- Counties and they shall after that expiration of the term of the COunty Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities
representation in the date make all assessments ot adv Tax Collectors of the of Dade .
\I Senate and in the House Ject to be twice put In Jeopardy for Counties r
''t herein ot Representatives the same offense nor compelled In as valorem and ''acreage taxes and other and Orange State of Florida. for 2 The Legislature shall at the Legislative I
I as provided.. The criminal case to be a witness against taxes that are or may be Imposed upon which said Collectors have been elect- Session of 1945. and from tlm '
preceding regular Federal
., State' Census. whichever or regular himself nor be deprived of life liberty real or personal property or their use. ed as of the date of Januarv 1st. 1945. to time thereafter enact laws specify
I shall have Including by of a single vahiatlon the duties ing the functions. and
been taken nearest or property without due processof wav imposed upon the County powers duties
1 of In any apportionment law: nor shall private property be all assessments upon property for each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector
Representatives the
I in the House of Senate and taken without Just compensation. Theright municipality town district. or other and Orange by law and this Article. designated in paragraph 1 of this Section -
ontrol Representatives shall of persons to work shall not be special taxing district. in Dade and shall be assumed and taken over by 12. and shall likewise provide for
in making such
ment. In the event the apportion denied or abridged on account of mem_ Orange Counties Such ad valorem the respective Clerks of the Circuit the collection care custOdy. reporting
shall fall Legislature bershlp or non-membership in any assessments shall DC subject to review Court in and for Dade and Orange and disbursement of all taxes collected
In the to reapportion the representation labor union or labor organization: and equalization by-" the County Board Counties. who shall then each take bv the Countv Tax Collector
Legislature ee required by of Equalization of each County. which the books accounts Filed In office Secretary
this amendment before provided that this clause shall not be over funds and i ol state
(and such Its adjournment construed to deny or abridge the rt : in each County shall consist,of the several of the Collector for each Countv and ,June 14. 1943
called for reapportionment extraordinary' sessionso of employees by and through a Rhor County Commissioners and one who thereafter shall be known and I The votes cast in' compliance with :said

C be limited shall not organization or labor union to bantam member appointed from and DV each termed as both the "Clerk of the Circuit "rooosed amendments and the canvass,
to expire at the end of collectively with their employer." municipality or town in each County Court" and "Tax Collector" of declarations and ret"rn'th'f.. hall' be
twenty days or at all
c\ portlonment is effected until reap Filed in office Secretary of state having a population ol more than the respective County for which he subjected to the same rp" .'. i'-"" 85 are
eider and shall'con_ May 8. 1943 3.000 at the last census: said Boardof is Clerk. provided by law for general elections in
business other
no than such Equalization shall otherwise be 1 governed <; Section 8 On and after the expiration the State of Florida.

rea reapportionment by the general law from time of the terms ir the Countv IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
: Should this amendment be ratio cd A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time In force pertaining to the Sc'icltor ol Dade and Orange Counties. 1 have hereunto set my

,in the General Election In 1944. special Amendment to Section 24 of Articleni equalization of taxes: provided. every Florida. tor which thev shall oe each hand and affixed the Great
elections shall be called within ninety of the Constitution of the Stateof municipality in each Countv navine a serving at the time this Article is SEAL Seal of the State of Florida.
I "+ days thereafter for the election of Senators : Florida Relating to Uniform Countynnd population of 3.000 or less mav ap_ adopted the State Attorneys of Dade at Tallahassee. the Capital

In the Thirty-ninth (39th), Municipal Government and the point an additional member who shall and Orange Counties. resnectlvelv shall this the 3rd day of July.A. .
Fbrtie'h (40th). and Forty-first (41st) Classification of Cities and Towns be or become a part of the Board of be and become the Prosecutlna Officers D. 1944R. .

Senatorial Districts In such speclalections BE IT RESOLVED BY TIm LEG}Equalization for the purpose of equalization of all the Criminal Court of A. GRAY.
j the Senators 1n the Thlrty- LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of tares as respect any orop- Dade and Orange COuntIes. resp tlve. Secretary of State.


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Probably the first political poll ever undertaken / in Southwest I

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I ; .' spread dissatisfaction of the registered democrats of Collier County ". ..i'' ." ., [
with the New Deal and present-day national democratic'policies. .. "' :'
Questionnaires were mailed to 1 1,2.15 registered democrats in Collier ,. : ... f ;
I .Y '.. .. county and replies were received from 723, or about 60%. Ac .
"', '. cordingly, the replies furnished an excellent cross-section. of the :_ : i,
f ; political views of Collier county at this time. ,. '.-:' .

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i./ Question 1 f : Are you satisfied with the present'policy of the democratic party in Washington "':. ;.

.. as regards political equality of the negro and the white race? 6.8 percent. said Yes; 87.4 percent '. .
f ,, said No; 5.8 percent did not answer. \ ""'.:
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Question 2 (a) : Do you believe the best interests of the South are served by direction of the : ...
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- y, Question 2 (b) : Do you believe the'best interests of the Sout are served: by semi-control of 5'.' ; :.

:. the democratic party by the C. 1.'. O. ? 1 10.5 percent said Yes; 81.6 percent said No;, 7.9 percent _...A..,; ::I.
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'.: ,;., gards the South? 62.3 percent said Yes; 6.3 percent said No; 21.4 percent did not answeru :, .{. p:. .

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.Question 3 (b) : Do you believe that a revolt of the Solid South by support of the republican .?.? ;'
,. ':: party would be helpful in effecting a change in the policy of Washington as regards the South? .' : ,

", : ,. 45.1 percent said Yes; 21.1 percent said No; 33.8 percent did not answer. .v ,: : ,
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as was that party when supported by your father? 13.2 percent said Yes; 80.3 percent said ; .t,' ":::',

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,' ';<:-.' ,'" :: :. The population of Collier county is approximately 48 percent na. :.,::, :".' II
} -"\'-.': ,,.r :'- ,' tive Floridians, J 16 percent from, Georgia, 6 percent from South ':. '" '.-' :
"' ,, -. \ < Carolina 5 from Alabama from each of the .' :! .' ..
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t.' I \;;.'> ',' ..: __ .. Lumbering 28 percent, Farming 23 percent, Fishing 21 J percent; >::- .r "

- .; .\ \ ,,__ Ranching 1 11 1 percent, Merchandising and Professional 8 percent, /.... ", '.: .
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t'.." j <...?.'f:)" : l the above, i it is undoubtedly similar to 'the population of Collier ,.;..3r.'\ .,' ';'" .. "

t.. :, ,) -: ;'_, county and is predominantly Southern In sympathy, sentIm@nt".I.'. .,.,.:...... ......'.;.,;,, .. !',," .
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