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: August 11, 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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::' LT. HAWKINS' DEATH Athletic Program Is AMERICAN LEGION 1 Seminole Package Store STEWART PLEDGES

! Discussed By MyersAt Sold By Arch SimmonsThe


:it! CONFIRMED BY NAZIS Bernard Myers- athletic. coach of SCOUT TROOP Store years, in operated the old Post-Office for the past buildingby two SCHOOL DISTRESS

: Clewiston High School, made a talk Arch Simmons, was sold by him
' ': at the regular meeting of the Ki-
\ this week to Berlin Griffin of Palm

" ,: 0', Mr. and Mrs.-John E. Hawkins wanis Club on Wednesday eveningat I Commander F. E... Conkling, at Beach Liquors,. Inc., who is planning ,(By Allen Morris)

; ,'.. the Inn in which he gave, a re- monthly meeting of TALLAHASSEERepresentative
1 x \ of Sugarland Park last Saturday received the regular to open a bar and package store
a telegram from the Ad- sume of accomplishments duringthe I Clewiston American, Legion Post very shortly in the Clewiston Cafe Elbert L. Stewart of Hendry Countyhas

jutant General which confirmed the athletic program last year and : No. 93, named a new Boy Scout building.the pledged top priority at the 1945

outlined plans for the coming follows C. H. session of the legislature for an
',' death of their only son, Second year. troop committee as : deal was closed the first of the

Lieut. Claude R. Hawkins, who had Mr. Myers also explained the set- Jerner, Rev. David Hancock, Dr. C. week and it is understood that the emergency appropriation to relieve

previously been reported missing inaction up of organization of the Athletic i E. Gericke and J. K. Rogers with new owner has already taken over. distress in Florida schools.
Council and its aims for bettermentof virtue his Stewart of 63 memberswho
himself a member by of was one
over Germany. The sale price was not disclosed.Mr. '
The telegram read as follows: the program in the future. He being chairman of the GladesHendry Simmons also sold his home signed, at a Tampa caucus of
I also extended his thanks for the cooperation Scout Council. the new house of representatives, a
received from
"Report now German
and all T.
U. Koch
furnishings to ,
.' Government through the International and help given by Kiwanis There was a discussion of the resolution promising quick action
::..:') Red Cross states members in the athletic program In proposed salvage drive for wastepaper manager of the Lake Theatres, upon raising the teacher unit to not
your son, whose wife
and daughters arrived
Second Lieutenant Claude R. Hawk- the past and asked for their con- in September and J. K. Rogers less than $950 'a year.
this week from Beach to
'., ins, who was previously reported tinued support.W. will head the Legion Committee in join him. "That. doesn't mean that if the

\ missing in action, was killed in ac- C. Owen made a report on the harge. Mr. Conkling* will head the money is available, we won't give
: proposed dock to be built in the Committee which will Mr., and Mrs. Simmons expect to "
Scout assist -
tion on the eighth of May over Germany i Boy more, explained Rep. Richard H.
levee canal and said that indica- leave 'next week for California wherehe
in the
The Secretary of War extends program. Simpson of Monticello, retiring
his deep sympathy. Letter tions were: that construction would I There was discussion of the proposed has taken a position and they speaker.. "This will give the sorely

follows." (Signed) The Adjutant start very, soon.' f new Legion building and the will be located either in Los An- underpaid teachers something to

: '\ General. Hervey Bourne and Eddie Neal of commander will shortly name a new geles or Oakland. look forward to."

::- 4 West Palm Beach were visitors at building committee to make further -
;, Lt. Hawkins was attending the I The pledge seemed to cinch sal-

'aO University of Florida and had completed the .meeting., : plans. Dr. R. L. Ringo ary increases for teachers, since
----- Announcement was made of the Governor-Nominee Millard F. Cald- i
,; three years of his course I I
;: there when he enlisted in the Air Legion Drive, ForWaste Service Officer meeting in Daytona Joins Staff At well .and a majority of the next senate I

Corps. It was some time before he on August 26 and 27 which will be previously had' promised to boost I 1
Paper ToStart.September attended by J. E. Beardsley, service Clewiston Hospital !
was called for training and while the value of the unit from the pres-
officer of the local post. ent $800 to .
awaiting the call he came to Clew- 3J $1,000.

iston, where his parents had moved, Adjutant J. K. Rogers was instructed Dr. R. L. Ringo recently arrivedin Together:, the commitments may

and worked for the United States to write' a letter of thanksto Clewiston and is assisting Dr. W. be the "tangible evidence" of legislative ,i

Sugar Corporation for almost six K. Rogers, adjutant of Clewiston the new LaBelle Post for the O. Rigby at the Clewiston Emergency intent to help teachers called :

months until, called, as a book- American, Legion Post No. 93, entertainment and barbecue given Hospital for by the Continuing Education "

1" keeper. Trained as a bomber pilot stated this week that the American there recently and tentative plans Dr. Ringo comes to Clewiston Council, an association of 'schoohnen ..)
.. he put his four-engined bomber over Legion Drive for waste paper, which were made for a similar return affair from Belle Glade where he has and laymen. )

German targets on several missions that organization has been asked by to be held here shortly. The served since last December with
LaBelle "County officials, in order to hold
until! he was caught in the ill-fated the government to sponsor becauseof post was organized recently the V-D control clinic of the Bureau I
teachers, should be able to give themat
! "p raid of Berlin on May 8, when, his the critical shortage of this ma- with 18 members and the barbecue of Public Health. Prior to that time this time," warned the Council ,;
held last week to celebrate
was one of thirty-five American terial, is scheduled to start on Sep- was he served two years at Camp Bland-
"some tangible evidence of the increased -
',>. planes, shot down. Shortly there- tember 3 and close September 16. the organization.C. ing 'on the Board of Army Examiners '
which could be made
after he was listed as missing but Because of the size of the area to E. Robbins was taken in as a''new 'as.a civilian doctor.Dr. pay "
( available by the legislature' next
the family had constantly hoped be covered here it has been decided member. Ringo is a graduate of medi- "
that only of the Following the meeting the mem- cal school at the University of April. I
I that he had landed safely and was one pick-up salvaged : ;
' :, a prisoner of war. paper will be made during the bers'were entertained with a sleight- Louisville, Ky., and his home is at The resolution adopted by the 1
period and that on September 22. of-hand performance by LawrenceDe Mayfield, Ky. 'He has spent the house members asserted "there is
Surviving !
members of the immediate
Marco which much enjoyed. sufficient revenue in the state treas'I. r
" 'was ,
Residents are asked to save their : greater part of the past fourteen .. '.1
family his parents
are orig- to provide for an increase in the ,
'\ inally of Mayo, Fla., and who moved paper, magazines and 'cardboard i years practicing ,in Florida, most of ury teacher unit appropriation." t.
until that time the time in Jacksonville.
avoiding burningall
J here'two years ago and two sisters, ;
tJ-! Mrs.: J.. ,D. Sullivan, Jr., and Mary they can during the intervening CHRISMS MAIL TO A foundation program" for needy :- >:
J JI J counties, so child have ;
.. period. every may .
Loig;.. ullivaJ Vincent Oglesby Is ..
'" the aitfadequate basic .j
advantage "of, ;
.. i1m1:', ; and :Thp _Boy %oute yrfi 'ist in the '
.. ," -i ; ns_ ;wile" 1 ,.. : ; : } I OVERSEASLSOLDIERS education has""beejJ -:.
integral part
baby daughter reside;, in 'Clewiston,1also I program by .'TrtakirigSt thorough Rated Tops MechanicA Education:a"q :
of the Continuing
lost his life' in': the; same ,raid canvass of the town on the' day be- Council's -':

and ,his death was, confirmed several? ;I fore the pick-up notifying everyoneto NINTH AIR FORCE THUN- school plan now in the handsof .
MUST GO BY OCT. 15 legislators.
I, weeks' ago. The two were not mem-: have their paper ready and offer- DERBOLT BASE FranceStaff

bers, of the same,crew i ing assistance to anyone who needsit Sergeant Vincent J. Oglesby, son of

:in bundling their paper for col- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby of Clew- Local Coast Guardsman

le tion. Christmas mail for the .membersof iston Florida considered by his
Lt. Roland Lee Gets is
the, Armed Services overseas Helped Land Troops
The last weekly collection of pa- superiors to be one of the best air-

Distinguished Flying per was made this week by the city must be mailed during 15 the period plane mechanics in the European At Saioan
between September and October
A truck. While considerable amount i Theatre of Operations. He has sent I
Cross In 'ItI. lS, 1944, and all who hope to get
A England has been picked up the results have his Ninth Air Force airplane,

: been disappointing due, it is believed -! presents to men in the, service by "Cinchy Cinder," up.,on 55 consecu- ABOARD A COAST GUARD-

Christmas Day should remember to tive combat missions without it hav- MANNED ASSAULT TRANSPORT
A NINTH AIR FORCE BOMBER to the fact that most people
EUROPEAN THEATRE OF' OPER forget about getting it ready until cooperate by mailing parcels during ing to return once because of me- (Delayed-Death and heroism were

ATIONS-Award of the Distinguished after the truck has passed. this period. chanical failure. commonplace on the Charon-Kanoa

Christmas greeting cards must be I I A former automobile mechanicfor beachhead in Saipan, where the Ma-
Flying Cross to First Lieutenant
"' sentin; sealed envelopes and paid Hendry County Motors, Sgt. rines first stormed ashore to gain
Roland M. Lee, Box 846, Punta Cpl. Bell Is Pay I
for at the usual first-class rate. Oglesby says: "To keep an airplane the strategic Mariana Islands' Jap
Gorda, Florida, 21-year-old son of I
Mr. Marion Lee of Clewiston, Flor- Officer In ItalyWITH Christmas parcels shall not,, ex- in working order requires spendinga stronghold, according to the young

i, ida, for twenty-five pre-invasion ceed the present'limits of five pounds : lot of time around it. A me- Coast Guardsmen who landed troops

missions over Continental Europe, in weight or' fifteen inches in I chanic has to pay close attention to there amid heavy mortar and ar-

has been announced by Ninth Air THE FIFTH ARMY, Italy length or 36 inches in length and every single one of the many hun tillery fire. Among them was

\ Force Headquarters Lieutenant .--Corporal Isaac S. Bell, Jr., hus- girth combined. It is pointed out dreds of details." "You know," he Joseph B. "Lucky" Harrell, 18, son

I Lee is! a navigator on one of the band of Mrs. Betty S. Bell and son that food and clothing should not be continued, "it isn't like an auto- of Mrs. Eliza Mae Harrell, Route 1,

I .. (" Ninth Air Force B-26 Marauder of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Sr., all of included since all members of the mobile, when something goes wrong, Clewiston, Fla., a seaman first classon

'7 bombers now operating in close sup- Clewiston, Fla., is an officer's pay armed services are amply providedfor. you pull off to the side and investi- a small boat attached to this
section clerk with a Fifth Army finance ship.
port of the ground forces on the Not more than one parcel will gate.
Western Front.Lieutenant dispersing section, one of the be accepted in one week for the Sgt. Oglesby landed with the ad- "The Japs knew we were com-
most unusual outfits in Italy. Every ing all right, and they threw shells
Lee was cited "for same person from the same sender. vanced detachment, the first U. S.
man in the unit holds the rank of at us like pellets," the group said.
distance mail operationsfrom
extraordinary achievement, while Owing to the great fighter group to begin
Technician Fifth Grade or better. "We had to run through a 150-foot
it is landed he
serving as a navigator on a B-26 must be transported absolutely French soil. "We ,
Close to three million dollars channel to get into the mile-long
articles water to
airplane on twenty-five bombard- necessary that all be packed said, "wading through up
month handled by these beachhead since there reefs
ment missions over enemy occupied are men. ill boxes of metal, wood, solid fiber- our waist while German bombers were
In addition to paying soldiers and everywhere else. The Nips concen-
Continental Europe. Lt., Lee's board, or strong ,double-faced cor- were overhead looking for a targetto
professional officers In' fighting outfits, they are We trated their fire on the channel and
efficiency and steadfast rugated fiberboard reinforced with release their bombs on.
I responsible for a large ,amount of all of us had close calls. We nick-
devotion to duty played a major role strong gummed tape or strong twineor quickly made for shore and cover.
I '
the money sent back to the United named it 'Hari-Kari Pass. Our boat
in the bombing of many targets with both. It is highly desirable that Then we watched the ack-ack boys
I telling effect. His untiring energy States through' allotments and money all 'corrugated boxes be wrapped in chase the Nazis away. They also was hit by shrapnel several times
orders. Early in the Italian cam- and we saw other boats and trac-
and soldierly resourcefulness heavy paper. Candies should be shot down two of the enemy.
exemplify "
\ the highest traditions of the paign they operated with the 34th enclosed in separate containers and "I like France much better thanI tors blown up by direct hits.
I Division and were commended for I "Later out why the :
instru- mechanic we found
Army Air Forces. 1 sharp-pointed or sharp-edged do England (spoke the

1'\\ He was promoted to First Lieu- their excellent work. ments must have the points or edges from Florida.: "But give me Flor- barrage was so accurate. Three Japs

tenant In January, 1944, and besides The unit's policy is, "pay him if protected to prevent cutting. Perish-I ida any day" were hiding in a smoke stack at the ''

.I the Distinguished Flying Cross, has it's possible," and less than one able material, intoxicants and .-inflammable A former student at Clewiston island's sugar refinery along the ,

the Air Medal with two silver and tenth of one percent of the soldiers materials will not be ac. High School, Sgt. Oglesby enteredthe beach. With radio and telephone,

two bronze Oak Leaf clusters. serviced have gone without pay. cepted., Army in August of 1941. He they spotted fire for artillery set up

Clerical mistakes on payrolls, norm- Parcels addressed to overseas has attended airplane mechanics in caves on the hills and mortar

\ GIRL SCOUT CO DnnE---: ally sufficient to postpone payment, Army personnel should show, in addition school and P-47 Thunderbolt school. squads down in the ravines. I don't

i MET OX TUESDAY NIGHT are corrected whenever possible by, to the name and address of Right now his job is to prepare the I believe any landing party ever got
these men so that soldiers on the such a warm reception, and many
the sender, the name, rank, Army Ninth P-47's for flight so they can
front can receive their pay on time. give air ground forces men died before they even reached
,The of service support to the
Girl Scout committee held a serial number, branch or-
meeting at the home of Mrs. M. M. ----- --'- ganization APO number and post- by dive', and glide bombing enemy the beach. We were just lucky. '

VISIT routed. Navy strong points and emplacements "There was an element of super-
Prewitt Tuesday night. LINKWIIiEllS office through which gun :
1 Miss Laura Ann Owens was taken personnel should be addressed with as well as strafing Nazi trucks and stition in some of the casualties"A, y

j k in as an assistant leader for Troop Cot and Mrs. G. E. I..t'nkswilervisited name, rank or rating and the Naval troop convoys. continued the Coast Guardsmen. direct
1 suffered a -
',, "a 2 to help Mrs. B. L. Thompson. friends here on Wednesday unit to which he Is assigned with the lighter, Number 13,
',:, :.',,' A request was issued to anyone of last week while en route from L Navy number assigned thereto, or MRS. WILSON hit killing ,some men.tank nick- ,
medium-sized .;
who may have girl scout manuals in Miami Beach to Orlando. Col. name of ship and fleet post office. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY carrying a A smaller

their home to give or loan them to LInkswiler at one time head of th Addresses should be legibly printed named 'Eight-Ball. 13

the local troop since publication of U. S. Engineer sub-office here, i es in ink or typewritten. Mrs. R. C. Wilson was hostess to latiuing boat, also Number later., was A

been active service and has be fully prepaid and her bridge club Wednesday after- blown up a few minutes
>f" these manuals has temporarily now in recently Postage must wheel of a
the ;
Marine sitting
suspended.Mrs. returned from the Westerr no such mail will be accepted as insured noon at her home. to thejeep's

Peterson and Mrs. Ferguson, Aleutian Islands where he has beer 1 or C.O.D. mail. Letters con- High score prize was won by Mrs. jeep was killed. Attached pair of

of Girl Scout National Headquartersin stationed for more than a year. H e taining valuable or important pat W. C Owen and second high wentto windshield was a

New York stopped in Clewiston spent some time in West Virgin! pers may be registered but letters Mrs. H. A. Bestor. Others playing : -' baby shoes. would loose :

for a short while on Tuesday, made and then was sent to the Replace- containing money cannot be registered were Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs "Sometimes, the close Japs to the beach, ,k
'Miami Beach H Otto Larsen, Mrs. N. V, S. Mum- their barrage in
inquiries concerning the local troop ment Center at 'e off
and promised to return to visit the has now been assigned to the Ai:r The same period of mailing ap-, ford, Mrs. F;,. E. Conkling, Mrs. C. and at Continued other times on almost Page a 10)mile

t oopbe'or. the state. Base at Orlando. (Continued on Page 10)) J. Nielsen.and. Mis. F Deane Duff. ( oJr'


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I vender slowly TALENT is nurtured in soli-
through my life. ; character is formed in '
the stormy billows of the world.
The bi world Fascinates .WHITE fy'SS.J-tSr/ttlfS' W.N.UTEATURES I -Goethe.

me. 50. THE STORY THUS FAR: Lleut. Col. 'Yes,' he said. And then in a laya, pointing down in the directionof I It is the genius of sincerity,

I[ mfey not ptuss thi"W' Frank Kurtz, pilot of a Flying Fortress, minute he said, 'Thank God those Java. The Japs weren't in Singa- and truth' accomplishes no :victories -
tells of that fatal da-: when the Japs Japs didn't it.1"The 'without it.Lytton.No .
tin- see pore yet, but already they'were
.y his
struck In the Philippines. Eight bl circles above the sensible I
formation swarming across the narrow seas man ever, imputed -
I'll lOOKa.bout killed fleeing for shelter and
I Old men 99 were, with many other Fortresses was dead Queen. We circle until the fire from Malaya trying to grab the oil inconsistency to another for : 1

me as I o. J11.C" demolished before it could get off the dies away, peering down at the wid- refineries at ,Palembang. So the changing his mind.-Cicero. 1

"' .; 0 ground. After escaping/ to Australia, ening disk of oil.. But there is no Colonel sent the Forts." To tiring own self be true, i

what is left of the squadron flies to Java sign of anything else on the surface. And it will follow as the night,the { a

where they go out on missions over the "Until then it hadn't seemed likea "We got to Palembang the last day '

p.O Philippines. The bombardier takes up battle-just a game. But now I week in January," said Sergeant Thou canst not then be false to any :
the story and tells of a a'intrip/ to man. 1::
feel like someone had kicked me in Boone, the. gunner. "The Dutch
India and Java.A .
Brazil, Egypt, Iraq Shakespeare.
the guts. There, were guys on there there were certainly swell to us.
14 battle In the clouds In which swarmsof The
Zeros attack an E model FortressIs I'd drunk with. We'd sat around There is a huge refinery in the town, works in day is always his who

described, and In which the Zeros and lied to each other. I'd seen it and they took us to a club sponsored it with serenity and _'

WNU Features. come out second best. Seven Zeros are happen, but I couldn't believe whatI by Standard Oil Company-a pal- great aims.-Emerson.

shot down. saw-it seemed like a bad dream. ace. All the club members would I

"When we landed, all the crew as- drop around to be sure the Air -

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT CHAPTER XII sembled for the. critique, each member Corps had a place for the night. A GET RHEUMATIC PAIN
dictating just what he had seen Dutch officer took: the rear gunner AFTER

"We've already lost altitude wait- to the officer. That's when I was and myself to his quarters. He'd With s Midleini that will Prom Hull

ing for the Major (we'd boxed him credited,with three of the eight Zeroswe married an American girl, so he If you suffer from rheumatic pain ,
the knocked down. After the critiqueno spoke good English. We had on only or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today '
in so he could stay with us and for real
pain-relieving help. 60c. $L 1"
HELP WANTED one had much to We were greasy coveralls, but he took us ...
Zeros wouldn't; tear him to pieces), say. Caution: Use only as directed. First
and he seems to have developed en- all thinking about what we saw hap- right into his quarters-all air-con- bottle purchase price refunded
LUZIER'S SERVICE-Openings for sales- ditioned and mosquito-proofed. The If you are not satisfied. Get C-2222.
ladies and territorial distributors in Geor- gine trouble. We're down to 23,000
gia and South Carolina. A For cosmetic serviceof in- feet. And I'm the lead bombardier. pen."We'd found out our machinegunoil native couple they had as cook and
national complete
reputation. houseboy the ,
first home-
formation write W. T. NICHOLSON, Box "But now the whole plan is again would freeze at high altitudes, gave us
15, Sta. E..Atlanta. Ga. cooked meal we'd tasted since the o 0
altered: I get it over the command and we were figuring how to clean war.

Teachers Wanted-1st grade. 7th grade. radio. We're to lay them in chains and oil the guns so they would best "The SNAPPY;>> FACTS
high school English and foreign language across this target. So I set up the I Dutch officer was a fine-
& science. Salary schedule from $110 to looking big blond He'brought
$153 per mo., depending on training and bomb sight again, put the cross guy. ABOUT
experience. Apply to C. M. McGregor hairs that cruiser. out ,clean pajamas for us, and some I
Principal, Candor. N. C. on of
his uniforms could for
ve wear
"It is a perfect ,run. I even have
dinner. He .
Operators-Exper. or Inexper to make time to take my eye off the sight, :-. in was depressed. Early 1riJrnUBBER
Government uniforms and Carhart over- and fire bursts at two more Zerosas ,. January he had evacuated his
alls; regular work union pay. E. R. Partridge ,' wife and child to Java-for safety \
Inc.. 157V& Pryor St., Atlanta. Ga. they attack from the front. They ,

start way out ahead, to the left and ; ','. although that seems queer to say
now. He himself was"staying
a little below us. Now, coming on A
CAMERASCAMERAS recent of the War
hind in report
I command of native, ground:
in at me, they cross over and up, '' Department'showed that
WANTED toward the center of my fuselage, : troops, to defend those refineries.He Army requirements of crudeor
Cash paid for your idle cameras equipment : hadn't heard from his wife. You
KOdaks Leica, Contax and other their guns pounding, and then slipon could synthetic rubber for com-
good cameras, lenses and accessories back and dive straight down and ,\ see he was very much in bat material included 810
movies and projectors. Trade-ins accepted.ENFLELD'S love with her. Also ,that he didn't
CAMERA SHOP, 409 Lincoln away."I pounds a medium tank;
Road, Miami Beach, Fla. Phone 5-7HI get one because he miscues. think much 'of the military setup 105 pounds for a fighter

"Then I jam my eye back' 'onto they had in Sumatra, so he doubted plane; 404, pounds ,for a 77 .

LACQUERPAINTSurplus that bomb sight.. Everything is riding .that he'would ever see her,again. mm. gun carriage, down to

I pretty-the cross hairs right "He'd been back-on a visit to Holland 1 / pounds for a gas mask,

Close-out: 20 drums Lacquer Thinner -. just before the Germans and 19 pounds,for a mile of Ai,
I where I want them, the bombs about rl came :.
in 55 gal. drums SI. gal. 200 gals. Alu- field. wire.
minum Paint $2.50 gal.; f. o. b. Cleveland. ready to be released."A in. Since then he'd had only one
Subject to prior sale. Hercules Plastic letter from his
Metals Co.,3349 Berkeley.Rd.,Cleveland.O. second before the bombs leave ) I Government officials estimate that
1I1 (r rd She had had a couple of Ger-
my plane, I see that Jap cruiser an average of one million gallonsof
Information starting to turn (he's figured our man maids from over the border. alcohol a day will be used this

Geological bomb-release line to the hair). He's They made good servants for the year in the production of synthetic

I watch the heavy work, but just before,'the,surprise rubber. This is
LANDOWNERS Is there oUt Know geological turningtoward us as a big contributingfactor
secrets how to lease land by, bombs go down. By the time they'arrived invasion they'd been called in the shortage of certain
experts. $1. BOX 64. CADDO, OKLA.
the cruiser is three-fourths back to Germany. It,was the_ same, types of beverages.
she'said, all over Holland. \So' no
of 180 The
through: a turn degrees.
STORAGE TANKS first bombs are falling shortthreeof wonder, he said, that ,the Germans
knew the name of every Dutch offi- : -
them. Now,mine come-two direct
25 'New 4,000 Gallon Storage Tanks. 5 ft. .
in .,
Holland. The of
cer the :
4 in. in diameter. 24 ft. long. i." thick. 15-t hits on the cruiser, the other two morning
on truck scales, 9 ft. by 13 ft. platform. I invasion, the Gestapo would knockat
back of
New 24 Vt h. p. motor driven vertical ex- going over. The plane me, rr ,
nd the
doolv when officer
haust fans. 110 volt single phase 60 cycle. gets some direct hits. My left wingnan's :
Machinery and equipment of all kinds Karl opened it, would shoot him downin
Nussbaum, 20th &. Garland, Louisville, Ky. string is barely in front of i,
cold blood. This
was why, he
the cruiser, my right wing man'sstring
is barely behind it the explained, the Dutch Navy was so

WACs List 'Wives'When damned thing seems enveloped in incapacitated for officers. He was
bitter. He in
bombs churning the water, and debris very was wonderful
physical condition-been.leading native -
> flying above the foam. Boy,
a member of the Women's troops through the jungles. Said
that Japanese captain just turned
Army corps fills in an applicationfor the wrong way! his wife was high up in the Java
allowance for dependent mountains and she safe."
a monthly a hoped was
"But now our formation swings
husband, she has to list and heads for home, Zeros still Boy, that Japanese captain just "We came up a little later," said ;

him as her lawful "wife." swarming around us, and we're still turned the wrong way. the Bombardier, "and by the timewe

losing altitude to stay back to pro got there, the Japs were movinginto ..

tect the Major, who seems able to I operate up there. You couldn't tell the river's mouth, just below

-R use barely enough throttle to keep the officers from the men (remem-' Palembang. The weather was overcast -

I her in the air. After forty minutes '! ber, we had no maintenance crews -a ceiling of 2,000, so we. had

the last Zero drops away; they're [ in Java; we, did all the, work our- to work down below that. Noneof ARE YOU OVERWORKED!

I short of gas and daren't chase us selves) and my pilot had his cover- us liked it, because a Fort is a.

any further. alls on, installing an extra oxygen hell of a big easy target so close to TIREDRUNDOWN ?

"Presently, over the command radio outlet in the tail. After seeing what the ground-never built for that.. As

... + : had happened to Robinson's tail gun- we came in, so close to the ground, Are 'you working too hard for your
'" MUTUAL SriltM ..d Olh.r SKIMKing's .. radio called Skiles ?, Then VITA-BERLES be
'Robinson to Skiles. Go ahead. ner, he figured 'if his tail gunner our operator on age may
Heralds Male Quartet the tonic need. VITA-
; pep you
, ., .. 'Skiles answering.: got wounded, another man in the the interphone. BERLES contain a special combina-
: f R i E F *<"" "" C rt.p..rf. C.WTM
12WTjuNict' HtMlj SHtetLt ronuwts ctuua 'Radio the base at Malang to crew could go back there and they 'Captain,' he said, 'oxygen tion of Iron, Iodine Calcium and high,

have an ambulance ready. We have would both stay on oxygen. doesn't agree with me, but I'm will- potency (1500 USP units per day)

wcscWATL WISE-WAYS-WHO-WHAt W-WBML two badly wounded men aboard.' "The E of course was a big ad- ing to begin chewing it any, time over vitamin 40, B-1.deficient For in men these and vital women ele- ":,

WPDQWTSPWDBOhvgspaper "We wonder who they are. Oneis vance over the D. But any new now,' and I broke in, 'You can say ments, VITA-BERLES may be the -

logs Show Other Station probably the tail gunner, sincewe model will have little things wrong that again.' secret to building up pep, punch and

.\.HlI 5 J.PU'.J.1Y ANGELES{ ,53; tAUElIRRITATIONS saw Robinson's plane taking so that you never find out until you "Captain Northcott was leadingthe vitality, life.for a Liberal happier supply, healthier in $1.00 romantic -

f many tracers there. The other must take one up and fight it. mission-six planes we were, box. Demand VITA-BERLES at your

be their radio operator, or else they "Anyway," said Frank Kurtz, "we and when we sighted the target he druggist or send $1.00 direct.
could have sent their own dot-dash called over the command radio, as- VITA-BERLES'SALES CO.
had stopped the Japanese there in
OF 2175 Station H Cleveland Ohio.ASoothins .
back to base.
'SKIN EXTERNAL CAUSEAcne message Macassar Strait for a while. The signing our flight to a transport on

"Meantime our radio operator is little Dutch Navy helped, but mostlyit the left.
pimples factory denna-
tHis, simple ringworm,totter, salt rheum, telling Malang to have the ambulance was American air power. We'd "It was a monster, a huge Maru

bumps (blackheads), and ugly} broken- out. Our plane is now leading sunk quite a gang of them, so the liner which I've seen as a luxury FOR QUICK RELIEF

out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- the formation. Major'Robinson's just rest had to go' home and lick their cruise boat tied up to the San Fran-
ing eimple and homo soreness treatment.of these Goes miseries to work with at behind us. We've drifted slowly wounds, realizing they couldn't cisco docks. Suddenly she cut loosea U : <

once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic down to 4,000 feet altitude, protecting move in on Java until they had air hell of an antiaircraft barrage at
+: way. Use Black and White Ointment onlyas Robinson. Then, all of a sud- control. This meant they would haveto us, all coming from this one trans- ANTISEPTIC W C JH EW &
,:\' directed. lOc, 25c, 60c sizes. 25 years' den Robinson's plane down Fourth of July at
.' euccesa. Money-back Vital swoops clean us out of our advance fieldsin port-a Used by thousands with satisfactory results
;; guarantee.
.. beneath us about 1,000 feet and the three o'clock in the afternoon. It for 40 six
: in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy fa- Borneo and the Celebes. years- valuable ingredients. -
mous Black and White Skin Soap daily. incline sends it scooting on out in "But meantime Colonel Eubank was like looking down into a cone Spurlock-Neal. Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores Tenn.XTo or write.

front of us, heading a little toward had hauled me down to the groundfor of fire, with this transport at the
the coast of Borneo. ''Is Robinson tip, and smoking red-hot rivets,
WNU 7 31 44 a while to do a different job.
: going to beach her? And now over Too many wars were going on. The they seemed like, whizzing up at us.

the command radio: Japanese were running a pretty good They were rocking us around when relieve distress of MONTHLY
'Skiles to Robinson. Is there '-them suddenly we shuddered violently and
one, but against were the
to anything wrong?' our: pilot asks. American Air Force, the Royal almost went over on our back. An female t'leaknessAlso
"But there is no answer. We ack-ack shell had burst under one
Dutch Air Force, the American, ,
s watch.- ,Now Major Robinson is making Dutch, and Australian navies, all wing near the fuselage. Big piecesof ( Fine Stomachic Tonic) 6

a gradual turn, as though to of of it tore a huge hole just where the Lydia E. Plnkbam's Vegetable Com
us running wars our own.
For You To Feel Well rejoin the formation. But halfway wing joins the fuselage, and one em- pound is famous to relieve periodic
24 hour day the turn his plane ""Finally it was agreed that every pain and accompanying nervous
every 7 days every in starts nosingover bedded itself just a few inches from wben due-
weak, -
tired-out feelings
week, never stopping, the kidneys filter night they'd deliver to me in Sura-
into dive
?r waste matter from the blood. goes a goes faster- Captain Skiles. to functional monthly disturbances
i? If more people were aware of how the straight down at the sea. We baya a safe-hand message, givingthe "We were already on our run, almost Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound
kidneys must constantly remove curd watch, holding our breath. Just before position of every American shipin at the"release line and the helps build up resistance .
: plus fluid, excess acids and other waste against such annoying symptoms
matter that cannot stay In the blood he goes in, his tail elevator those waters. We'd swap infor- jar had thrown out the bomb sight- Pinkham's Compound Is made
without injury to health there would blows off., The mation about operations, so every- especially for women-it helps nature '
poor must have inoperative. ,But
be better understanding of why the it was completely and that's the kind medicine
whole system is upset when kidneys fill had the stick clutched back into his one would be pulling together. It I'd done some practice low-altitude to,buy! Follow label directionsLYDIALPINKHAM'S .

to Burning function,.scanty properly.or too frequent urination stomach trying to pull out of that was a liaison job, and since I'd bombing at Muroc back in the VE

sometimes warns that something dive, and the terrible air pressureon have to deal with Navy men'so States, so I said the hell with a COMPOUND
", is wrong. You may suffer( nagging backache those elevators heavy with rank and gold braid on
headaches, dizziness, rheumatic ripped them off. bomb sight-I'd guess at it. I was
r pains, getting up at nights, swelling. There's a huge splash-flame-a spiral their, sleeves they looked like they'd good and mad at the shaking-up ... M--
Why not try Doan't Pills You will had their to the elbows in
be using a medicine recommended the of black smoke, and a widening arms up we'd got. 'All right, you *
country over.Doan stimulate the function circle of yellows, reds, and black, scrambled eggs, the Colonel gave * *, here they come!'

y.s.t flush of out the poisonous kidneys and waste help from them the to which is burning gas and oil on that me a set of captain's bars, 'so I I hollered, and dropped four in rapid TO CHECK RIA

blood. They contain nothing harmful. topaz-green water. could talk up to them. Presently I succession. They landed in a clus-

t Get At all Docn'i drug stores.today. Use with confidence. "The second after it hits I call was dealing with everyone the ter about twenty-five feet from the \ .r IN 7DAVS

Lieutenant Duphrane on the interphone Dutch and the British; too. transport. The other four I released

"The Dutch, for' instance, were more slowly. We'd come down to "'-. tare 666Liquid

1 'My God, Duke,' I said" 'did you begging for help in Sumatra. It's 1,000 feet now, and that's low.

see that?' that long island which parallels Ma- (TO BE CONTINUED) for Malarial Symptom


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? infrrmation on various subjects
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1. ,. By CHERIE NICHOLAS The Questions 8. The emperor of what country

I .rr regained his lost throne after five
1. What metal has the highest
in 1941
years ?
i.' Adequate Water for melting point?
The Answers
2. What is an ampersand

Stock Is Essential 3. What do the English mean 1. Tungsten.

V: when ''they say: "Ike's Snowballs" 2. The short "and" sign (&).

Improvement Seen ? 3. The provost marshal's white- .
4. Is an armadillo classified as helmeted, white-gaitered MPs who

As Production Aid a marsupial or a mammal? roam London looking for AWOLs.
;> f.y 5. On the battlefield what is
c \ 4. A mammal.
I ..J <.a\r. Full utilization of grazing areas,
$ha. d with an attendant production of, meant by a "dragon wagon"? 5. A tank transport used to haul
-s' more and better meat and dairy 6. What name is given to the disabled tanks to a repair depot.

sL.s.., a x,; w 6f,y/H, i.r .fr products requires adequate water small flag flying from the mast- 6. Banderole.
M : '
I II I for livestock on range arid pasture., head of a ship? 7.: A large American lizard.
1 l :a No matter how palatable and plentiful 7. What is an iguana? 8. Haile Selassie of Abyssinia.

the forage, if sufficient water at
regular intervals is not available

i"Yr livestock ,will not reach a good
; marketable condition. e OFF YOUR

Development of enough wells and I (I ILET '
springs and ponds to supply the

;.. necessary,water WFA is points not the out./only'Proper requirement FEED ?

..) distribution of the water in relationto
I available forage is essential to 2ono v .I

i efficient grazing as full utilization p ;1 pr haJd

cannot be realized if an adequate
) supply is not accessible to livestockon

any part of the pasture or range Stomach misbehaving?Soothing
acreage. PEPTO-BISMOL will help calm it
+ Stock-water developments are important down. For years many doctors have ;
\ 1 on farm pastures in humid recommended PEPTO-BISMOL for relief :"
of sour, sickish upset stomach. :
areas as well as on the ranges in
Tastes good and does good Helps :
semi-arid and,arid states, accordingto retard intestinal fermentation and ,
! !.. government authorities. While simple diarr ea.When your stomach /'
the greatest need is in the latter is queasy, uneasy and upset...take -',,\
,$ 'ti inadequate facilities preventthe PEPTO-BISMOL.
s i a f ai e areas, II
fullest use of good pasture on A NORWICH PRODUCT .

many farms because the owner is 7041I .,j
not aware that a lack is possible in ,I

!i yai.wati t :?f ... .., r 4ik.r'a the'more humid section where he is I 1. MONEY CAN'T BUY a.
raising stock. Also, he may not aspirin faster-acting, more dependable : !
a', aY > n ,ywyer k realize how influential stock-water KsG than genuine pure St. Joseph Aspirin. !
supplies can be in improving the world's largest seller'at lOt. Why pay '
.Ka ; rfwVMm more? Big 100 tablet size for only 35 -::
and of fange and
quality quantity '
ifI' \ \ \ -
> pasture, feed. tiT\ :'-1
,;cS: Ali'Y f, ,% *.f
i .S a In many states, farmers may re- i:
@$ i ceive assistance in carrying out ZIJ/ujSu/frA?

!ry j stock-water developments under K\\ -
-It" .. & 6 : rot Mini ICUII.. run If ''1

I l '. :; :, :/ ''tered the conservation'by the agricultural program adminis-adjust- ; \ \ l.' "'"' ,RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO :','
\ 1
N OW is the time of year when infinitely to the summer scene. They ment agency. ';\ ,
the call and the Conservation of soil and water are MCNEIL'S "'
to come playin especially gloat over interesting ,1
aided development of ,
the great outdoors is resounding materials employed in fashioningthis indirectly by blossom with
your apron
through the air, and designers are season's play outfits, expressing, 'necessary pasture and range watering ,- flowers, and you :>

working their, imaginations overtime ,particular fancy for, the various facilities. With proper development won't want to hide if the door- ,
and distribution:'of water
in conjuring fashions that look the rayon weaves which are so blessedly I be restricted sup- bell rings. Add bright ruffles, and EL I E ;.
I part'of carefree abandon to the joysof cool and smooth in feeling. The plies, grazing can on your apron rivals the dress it pro ;
overgrazed, eroded or depleted Large Bottled life in the open. list of rayon fabrics is full-up and '
and the stock rotated tects. *CAITIOX: ISE HIT IS IIUCTEI* ,
1 The grand thing about clothes as bubbling over with varied and most *, *
At 111 SODa DRUE SIOU ir IT Hilt u ticeif!il price .
', styled for and ether out- such over other 'areas' in keeping with For gifts and you.: Pattern 7041 con noun .
now sports interesting weaves, as rayon cicii itiG CO., IK. JKnoimu I 4. :
their grazing capacity. Adequate tains a transfer pattern of embroidery, ,
door activities all with "
is that, with a butcher linen finish, also directions
pattern pieces; ;
water farm necessary "
their air of and there'san broacJeloth and supplies on pastures, ,
joy frivolity, rayon poplin, even stitches. '
undercurrent of -genuine 'practicality rayon seersucker. In the dressier while'encouraging ;more'uniform Due to an unusually large demand and -Buy War Savings BondsLIflhITENarii ,
,and dependable many-pur- rayons there are taffetas, benga- grazing, will' also aid pasture improvement current war conditions, slightly more timeis
practices, and decrease required in filling orders for a few of
pose wear about them. lines and failles, also elegant-look.
the most numbers.
from erosion. popular pattern
There are cunning swim suits, ing sleek satin, which is the "new damage ,
for instance, ,that' are so obviously est out" for play and swim suitsIt Water facilities are, roughly, of I 4 ,yDr.
two kinds-natural and constructed. Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. TANNED
dressmaker styled and so cleverly is gleaming, black rayon taffeta 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, El. DARK
designed that they do double dutyas I Springs, streams and lakes are in FRED Palmer's Skin 4
that makes the body of the beauti- Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to '
Whlt.n.rlighteneandbrightena :$ ,
sun suits or for 'Victory gar- fully slenderizing princess-line suit the first group. The second requires cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo. rough,blotchy, tanned-dark skli
dening or even for wearing about drilling, excavation or other con- (externally caused). Use 7 days.If .' ;'ic';
shown to the left in the foregroundof not satisfied MONEY BACK.25e >
2' the home during the'round of house- the illustration. ,The same taffeta struction work to make water avail- at drug stores. FREE Saraplo.
1 able and includes wells artificial Name Send 3e postage to GALENOL,
hold Often ,
s they are that
also fashions the lattice-work top of Dept U.Box 264. Atlanta,Georgia. :
'f; functional they have an extra skirt this handsome suit, which is so reservoirs and ponds, ditches, and Address DR. FRED PALMER'SSKIN "' "a

.-or.an extra jacket or both that gives striking its wearer might easily be troughs and storage tanks attachedto WHITENER
them a town-air equal to most springs and reservoirs.
any voted the belle of the beach. This
casual daytime occasion. type suit is equally effective when I

Fashion's followers are mightily styled of the now-so-voguish sleek Fertilizer Increase

..' pleased over this season's turnout black satin, which is the new rageon Half Million Tons I fa.
'/ of, playclothes and swim suits and the beach this summer. '
such that are so easy wearing and American farmers this year will ES
Brown and white crossbarredrayon l\\li\\
comfortable, so'utilitarian, and so seersucker is the crisp and 'use mercial well over fertilizer-a 11,000,000 new tons all-time of com-

high-styled, with, eye-appeal adding cool fabric chosen for the attractive high. That's half a million tons 3

dressmaker suit in the foregroundto more than were used in 1943 and
the right. It has cross-strap than in 1940. ti
Cool Chic Golf Dress 3,000,000 tons more r r f001ftiWS
,. sun-inviting back. Pleated scal- Adjustments in analysis of com-
.. loped edging outlines the top of the plete fertilizers to be sold in differ- % n ,h %dr

I) nicely fitted bodice. Soft rayon jersey ent states have been made to insure

II I is a tremendous favorite on the the best possible use of the avail-
beach this summer, and a gay flat able materials supplying nitrogen,
terer it is with its grace and gorgeous phosphoric acid, and potash. The

coloring. A pretty bowknot nitrogen content of many of the

7M9tt'ru4 print on soft-draping rayon jersey available grades has been increased
adds to the interest of the becom somewhat, indicated supplies of this <.
>l ing dressmaker suit' shown above to important plant food being about 35

the right. per cent greater thai last year.

And now for a real thrill in the While some fertilizer ingredientsare
way of a new-type bathing suit thatis available in somewhat larger I
making its bow this summer. Seeit amounts this year than last, all of / I I I I
Foster D. Snell, Inc., well-known consult-
illustrated above to the right. This them, including such important
ing chemists, have
just completed a test
exotic swim suit is the season's dar nitrogen-carrying materials as am- I I
with a of and suffering
group men women
ling among the slim-hipped youngerset monium sulfate, sodium nitrate, ammonium '
from Athlete's Foot. These people were
who can wear to advantage its nitrate, and fertilizer com
told to Soretone. end of only
use At the a
brief wrapped skirt. These are liked pounds, are still on allocation by the I
ten-day test period, their feet were exam-
both in the Javanese type which War Production board.
ined in
two ways: 1.Scrapings were taken
wraps to one side and the Hindu I I I from the feet and examined by the bacteri
style which wraps to tie at the front. Large Worm Loss ologist. %.Each subject was examined by a

y q'l Linen textured spun rayon in a Experts say the average wormy physician. We quote from the report: '",

Jkklr Y: multi-color tropical flower print in if it lives, requires one-fifth
# % pig,
shades of rose, fuchsia, blue and more feed to reach the same weightas I ( I "After the use of Soretone according to ',

green against an aqua background an uninfested. one. Since about the directions on the label for a period

makes this delightful little suit 'half of the pigs ifl the United States of only ten days, 80.6 of the cases j
which invites to
you go native. The infested elimination
are said to be '
print itself is deftly executed to of internal parasites would save showed clinical improvement of an infection ;

Here is a sweet and cool golf dress give a hand-painted effect. great quantities of feed. It would which is most stubborn to control1

that is just the thing to wear right Released by Western Newspaper Union. save many hogs, veterinarians esti- 1. Improvements were shown in the, symptoms -

" now if you would add a smart fashIon mating that worms kill one pig in I 'I- of Athlete's Foot-the itching, burn- ::
I touch to the surrounding landscape Clustered Ruffles VogueThe ten. By wide experiments and use, ing, redness etc. The report says:
on a bright summer day. Be color phenothiazine has proved to be the
, for is
\ ." assured this checked cotton playsuit pant in vogue costume design going this ram-sea- only drug that, will control nodular "In our opinion Soretone Is_ of very definite '

from Chicago Fashion industries is son. A most unique and attractiveuse worms. It also controls roundwormsor benefit in the treatment of this

up to par on the golf course when of this trimming feature is the Ascarids as effectively as other disease, which is commonly known as'Athlete's ,)
a comely star player dons the new cluster- ruffle arrangements: commonly used anthelmintics. "
I -i; matching skirt. Notice the low-cut that are apt to occur most any- Phenothiazine is usually given with

B neck, the broad stayontheshoulderstraps where, atop one shoulder with a dry feed mixtures to hogs confinedin So if Athlete's Foot troubles you don't tem
and the attractiveness of the corresponding cluster at the opposite a pen, although individual dosesof porize with this nasty devilish, stubborn
material which makes it. It is a hip, or groups of row-and-row pellets, tabs or as a drench with Infection. Get SOROTONiI! McKesson &:
season when cottons for golf play- ruffles up and down a side drape a syringe are also used. The drug Robbins Inc.,' Bridgeport, Connecticut.ir .

ers are staging a big play all,their from shoulder to hemline. The should be given according to printed ;;
own, for, as you know, swank cot- ruffle vogue. is'certainly a charm' directions or under the supervisionof
tons go everywhere these days. ing one. a veterinarian.

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News football boys gathered at the schoolto ing on "the free men of the world- One thing alone made D-Day Drivers' Licenses Go
The Clewiston hear Mr. Myers explain plans for marching together to victory." People unique in recent newspaper history.

the season and for the proposedcamp. flocked in vast throngs to worship There had been world shaking news On Sale NextTuesday

Friday in Clewiston, Another such meeting is in public squares. They even before, the end' of World War I, i
Florida Published, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, scheduled next Thursday and by prayed in the streets, singly and In Hitler's assault on Poland, the fall -
'nc. that time Coach may be able to tell groups. of France, Pearl Harbor. But never (Hendry County News)

--- them where the camp will be held. It was a day of confidence and was there a news story that regis- The new drivers' licenses will go,

Entered as second clans mall matter We should hate to end this sports satisfaction, too, as people learned tered ,such impact on the advertising on sale Tuesday at the office of
February I,FloridatunderothOfficeAct ot in addition without calling attentionto of the initial successes on the beach columns as well. County Judge R. M. Harris in the

!March Clewiston S, 1897. the sore muscles we endured last heads. Now at 'last, the great libera- Never before did newspapers put I courthouse and also at the Sugar-
week for the sake of taking Dick tion was under way. Whistles blew, such restrictions on advertising in land Service Station in Clewiston.

Publisher Yoder for a trimming on ,the Sugar- sirens screamed, church bells pealed order to give editors free rein to tella I Motorists are reminded to be sureand
CAKR SETTLE from coast to coast. Once again the bring their old license when
land bowling alleys. We were extremely great story as fully as possible, to applying -
"' -- proud of the final 195'and long silent Liberty Bell rang out in I as many people as possible. Some for the new one.
Subscription Unte-$2.50 Per Tearldrertlsing 178 but not too enthusiastic about Philadelphia. And the Statue of Liberty --}newspapers omitted all advertisingand The new permits will be on sale

: hates On 'Application the first 111. We're contend now to blacked out since Pearl Harbor others sharply cut their space, every week day during the remainder

rest on our laurels. shone out once more over the ,with the willing assent of advertisers of August and during September -
welfare waters of New York Bay in a quarter -I who felt a share of the editor's with Oct. 1 the deadline for
Devoted to the advancement hour of flood-lit glory. operating a motor vehicle on the
of Clewiston and Hendry County f..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:,.CH N:N:11NONNON11N:,1..N:..: ,responsibility in serving the people'snews. highways on the old license. ;
...-- It was ,a day of news that com- I .
-- -- --
-- -- -- manded a concentration of attentionthat -- Judge Harris urges motorists. to

Too Late To Classify probably has never been equaled. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I get the new license as quickly. as .

NATIONAL EDITORIAL- Everywhere people turned to II. C. \Icndor, Pastor possible to avoid the last minute
By RUSSELL KAY rush which
I so often occurs. There
their for the latest
ASSOCIATION newspapers news I '
'M:":":.':":":":":":":":":":":'.:'.:":":":":'.:":":":..: from the front, avidly devoured Sunday School-9:45 a. m. will be no extra help to take care of
newspaper pages for the detailed Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. last minute buyers and many: who

While D-Day has come and gone, reports, pictures, maps, military Training Union-6:45: p. .m.' wait be until the deadline to apply will
it echoes in the'' memory of every analysis and editorial "interpretations Evening, Worship-8:00 p. m. their forced to wait longer because-
real American and the following that brought the whole mighty Prayer Service-8:30 p. m. Wed- of.applications cannot be taken .
editorial entitled "When D-Day undertaking to life and gave It ,nesday. care ,rt.

Came" released by the Bureau of meaning. A very cordial invitation is extended I'
HouseBy -
On Advertising of the American News- Radio broadcasts seemed merelyto I to the public to worship at, BY CROUP WEDNESDAY ENJOYED NIGHT '
paper Publisher's Association is so sharpen people's appetite for the 'any and all of our services. A I
D. C. S. real and vivid that I am gratified to more complete information in their friendly: group is waiting to wel- '

be able,to present it here newspapers. They wanted all the come you. You will enjoy the good' Misses Jo Ann Crouch and Carline

"WHEN D-DAY CAME"To news they could, get. They milled singing and there awaits a Gospel Berner entertained a group of friends

Even if the starch mill proje'ctwere an expectant nation, make around news stands, eagerly grab- ',message for you. with a scavenger hunt Wednesday

to shut down overnight (and anxious by long months of waiting, bing each new edition, thronged into The Auxiliaries of the W. M. S. evening.

there certainly is no indication of D-Day 'came June 6th.-People in newspaper offices to get copies will meet as follows: The G. A.'s at Candy prizes were awarded to

such happening) excellent use couldbe every walk of life, in every city, earlier still, and they kept the papers the church Wednesday at 3:30 p. Bobby Berner, Kay Bowden, Ann
found for at least the uncompleted town and hamlet held their breath they bought for later and more m., and Sunbeams at the church Prewitt and Rachel Miner. Games ,.

portions of the sewage disposal -.bowed their heads in solemn careful reading. There was. so Thursday at. 8:30 a. m. were played and refreshments of hot ft ;
plant out southwest of the sugar thought.-lifted their hearts in much to read, 'so much to learn, so The Hour of Power prayer serv- dogs, cokes and cookies vere served '"

house. One big concrete tank, about hopeful prayer for the success of the much to ponder. ice will begin at 8:30 p. m. Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Berner were
120 feet in diameter, has been finished great Invasion and the safety of lov- The dependence of the people on day. This is truly a great service chaperones.

and two more are under construction ed ones engaged in the mighty strug- I their newspapers has probably never and one which will send you away Attending were Harriet Alston,

either one of which would gle. Never in' the history of the been so dramatically demonstrated. .with a deeper appreciation for prayer Pat Bailey, Rachel Miner, Ann and

make a fine community swimmingpool. country has there been a day like Never has the newspaper's indis- and the study of God's word. Louise Prewitt, Callie Davis, Shirley

But we have no doubt that it.-It was a day of prayer-a day pensability, as a source of full information Teachers and officers, remember Kreuger, Jean Bartz, Miriam Nail, :
they'll be completed and used for of hope and anxiety-a day of hushed been more apparent. teachers meeting at 7:45 p. 'm. Shirley Owen, Edith Long, Russ

the purpose for which intended and voices and serious faces. This was a day for, which every Choir practice? Thursday at 8:20 Owens, Gilbert McLeod, Raymond --

we'll do our swimming in the lakeor Offices stopped work while em- newspaper, every news gathering p. m. Trice, Sammy Young, Stanley
canal until we can get around to ployees prayed silently. Stores j organization serving newspapers, The monthly council of officers Wright, Kay Bowden, Bobbie Berner,
building a swimming pool. closed their doors to give workers I had long been prepaied. For months and teachers will be held Friday Jimmy Johnson, Charles Benbovr

and customers more time for prayer j they had laid plans, known what night at 8:30. This is a very important and Charles Miner.

,Accompanied Connally Nail on Stock exchanges suspended trading they would -do the second the flash meeting and 100% attend- f.. _'
another inspection trip into the lake to supplicate God. Even in war I came. For weeks they had been I ance is expected as matters to be The use of vinegar for combating-

Tuesday afternoon to see what pro- busy shipyards, production's clangorwas concentrating their own ,invasion brought up requires the presenceof coccidiosis in chickens has been -.
gress_ has been made on the pump stilled for a moment while work personnel who were to ride the I everyone. Let us back up our found not only useless but possibly
house at the end of the water intake men bowed reverently. Churchesand landing craft to Normandy, and at superintendent and make our Sun- harmful. '

line to the starch mill. The circular synagogues everywhere were home kept their news, mechanical I day. School even better. :
cofferdam has been built of crowded. Schools and colleges stop- and circulation staffs on the alert "Keep out of your life all that

steel sheet piling. and. the pouring ped classes to beseech divine bless- for D-Day. I will keep Christ out of your heart." I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
01 concrete into tne base win oe

started very shortly. We were told ".1

,: that instead of pumping the water ," .. '.' .. .:.. ,' -. ,.. ,
out and pouring the concrete on the ;:":

dry lake bed that it will be poured 'k' Y ; 0'.1: ; ,i ;.:: :. ; \/ilftL: 4.Ji; o
through running from .
pipes: directly .
__ .1 ,- ....-..,...-)" J1:.: i1iIi ,__rt'r" .
the mixer to the bottom of the ex- <. '. ... ..':- ) c.-I -:' ...? 'r._:.. ;; ':, iJI ., ..

cavation. And in case you may be t. BEFORE THIS WAR is OVER:there may* ':::s. ; "

worried concrete poured that way is : :; III GULF S be only two kinds of people in America :. : ry" '
just as strong or perhaps more so :. J 01' 1 : .
than when poured under normal ,': n 1. those who can still get to work .: '

conditions. Certainly there: is no '", ... 1. in automobiles, : .
nee to worry about water for prop- :' II :{ 2. those who are forced to walk. o' -
per curing. :. ; ;:
: .
t II 41 ) If you want to be in the fortunate group '_
;. r
Other parts of the starch mill l .,(, &I e roWII ft who will I still be riding to work in automobiles ,,,i.(

project are taking'shape rapidly but ,:': ... fflt,I -0 "' ::; join Gulf's "Anti-Breakdown" Club ',
there's so much oL it that it's dif- : 42; f today. How do'you do it? Just come in forGulf's

ficult to note all details of progress. t i;; Protective Maintenance Plan! ,"-.

Fred Davis says: he'll take us up to .-' ;'?. ; This plan was conceived by experts in car '
the top of. the water tower as soon ODfiM "
'' care. Gulf developed it because car maintenance ': ::
as the inside stairway _is completedand ''< : ;' '
p : is most important civilian job. ;
: :
c. .,
from ti
there maybe we'll be able 0 { .
to get a pretty good idea of the lay ." ; t i.. .,., 'j
out. ___, \ ./ ': ".;
' I ________ _
Last week we were confronted
: ;
with one of those embarrassing mo- ; ,, ,
". .
ments 'when '
making up the News .
when it was necessary to .cut out a 1 \\t'
few items or run extra pages. Since I I Protects tAose feorings and'pistonsReduces / ;:_ = p.. ?

'we aren't too fond of extra work it

& isn't difficult to imagine what happened / 1 'r } IT'S IMPORTANT to

even if Yon ,were not one of give your car good motor j 1 1
those who missed items which had oil and change regu

... been sent in. Forgive us, please, larly. Gulf offers two ,,,.,,
;; and we'll promise not do do that wear at 3?danger points/ outstanding oils....Gulft' ., Get an appointment at your ,
too often. L pride, "The World's '
-fc Finest Motor Oil," and 6Z9'Sttott/I
. A few days a'g .we "recei'\'ed- a GULF'S Protective Maintenance -, -tc. \ Il\ hi 7/ Gulflube, an extra-qual I\ff1PI) ii #- .
1 HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer -
clipping from the Commercial Ap- Plan includes \ v ltyoi1costinga'fewcents % do ..,...
:- a thorough Job-
peal sent to us by Mauryne. Mc- Gulflex Registered Lubrication jdC less. and save your time-,
Gehee telling, of the purchase by which reaches up to /j make an appointment in -
Raymond Christian, Clewiston and 39 vital points with six different -
p advance.Phone or speak
.." Kessler Field G. I., of a half a mil Gulflex Lubricants to him at the station.
( lion dollars worth of .that reduce wear, and -
war bonds. It's Then should
: j r', you encounter
;-- rather difficult for lengthen your car's life.
anyone to imagine when
no delay you
.':: any Army private stepping up to the /Ij 1 II tfe/ps b stretc/t t/wse WcouponsiAIRFILTER / "- get Gulf's Protective

; Bond Purchase window, and saying, k Maintenance Plan... 15
"Write me up 'a half-million bucksworth" and services in all
sparkplug &
:.. and when that private
was cleaning,and radiaV
: a resident of Clewiston it was ;,
something '
tor flushing help give
.,i, 1' -
to write home about. >: -
We better mileage. A' "
i- ftI ; II gas I '.
offer Private "
Christian double con- it clean air filter makes gas
.. .
gratulations, that he had that much I bi burn more economically; / ..-_. '.. : "-
money ,and that he knew ;,. : ", .,f -
what to do ," clean plugs increase pow Q ...<.,
with it. .. r !:\
clean radiator tir tettercase 'i'Y
er; a pre '
r-.;., :jfi: ;:
vents overheating. ',;r, .
Our sports columnist took a dayor / toe w ."...
two off to
go fishing without -- 4I
writing his column this week so -- ; -to avoid JteaMu we're being nice and incorporating "
r;;, :It In this-at least all he told us ,,.. tomorrowGasolinQ { ":,
had happened, ( a/ "t,:'1:s, !
The school softball : .
teams won :
_. ,J' _
two more games, their 34th and :t .j

35th, last Sunday with the Prisons 4<
; Guards the victims in bothgames.. power ,

Frank Harben hurled the opener ? the attack
i i :
,-, 4 and won 6'-3 while Marty Waldion
came through with a shut-out In the Don't watts a ;<
' > .. .
night-cap, '8-0. We understand ,. <'. rl.op'l
Lefty Baker (not still 'a schoolboy) :' > l1.
'. was the hitting star of the game. -
Then last Tuesday night twenty r

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I > GETS PARKING STOIMOXSt a. m., at Clewlston Community I I proved and will be used at all future home as the week's assignment. I jou ned.

, :\ ;' Churck. meetings. The fund will help Plans were made for a matinee I July 24-Airs. B. Thompson,

:tt' Lieut. Culten A. Brannon, Jr., Rev. S. D, Mason'! Rector. I them financially with their parties party instead of the monthly hike leader of 'the Everglades Patrol,

Ij, formerly stationed at Dale Mabry and camping trips. Uniforms were due to the uncertainty of the wea- gave a matinee party for the Girl

CLEWISTON" COMMUNITY discussed and it was decided to wait ther. The short meeting ended and Scouts. The girls had especially
Field somewhere in China recently -
'::.., now CHURCH until the last week of September be- Mrs. Miner served refreshments to asked to see "Wintertime" and

;; .' received a summons from the fore ordering as the opening of the group. from all appearance it was thor-

Tallahassee police court to appearin """" David C. Hancock, Minister school will probably increase the July 20-Ann Prewitt was hostess oughly enjoyed by everyone

answer to a charge of improper.receivedthe "Sunday School, 9:45: a. m., Dr. C. number of Scouts. Each girl pre- to the Girl Scouts for their July 27-The troop met at the
Brannon who i
parking. i E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes. pared food in some manner duringthe regular meeting. Maps were turn- Community Center without a leader,
at China station returned -
summons a ,
for all ages. week, as assignment.. There ed in for credit and attendance due to unexpected circumstances.

.; the summons together with Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. A were eleven members present and wasn't up to par due to a sudden Several ladies were asked to take
$10 In inflated Chinese currency.He .
nursery I i for small children is conducted their leader. rain. June Crews, a new member, Mrs. Thompson's place for the
asked that his name be dropped
from the police blotter and Talla- 'I by the Mothers' Club at the July 13-The meeting was heldat passed most of her Tenderfoot as- meeting but were not available.

I" "hawee Community Center. .. Rachel Miner's home and only signments. She must attend at After playing games the troop meet-
gladly complied.
seven members were present. Mostof least four meetings before it is ing ended. Each girl had been
: II
-J r GIRL SCOUT ,NEWS the troop had gone to the G. A. completed. Mrs. Prewitt and Mrs. asked to bring a knitting needle

I. Bible School camp and were out of Arch Simmons visited with the size 4, 5 or 6,_ and a ball of coarse

I: ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL July 6.--The Everglades Patrol of town. Members sang Happy Birth- group and Mrs. Prewitt offered to I yarn: to the meeting next week

CHUKCH Clewiston met Thursday afternoon day as dues were paid into the bank. teach the girls to knit if they were which will be held at Mrs: M. M.

I at Maureen Johnson's home. A Each girl was asked to draw a map Interested. Refreshments were Prewitt's home and the knitting assignment ,

[ Services every :sunday: at 8:30 J.l Birthday Bank suggestion was ap- from the U. S. Sugar Office to her served and the meeting was ad-I will get underway.

HOYICE OF ELECTION ninth '(39th) and Forty-flm run) That the following amendment 01 Sac- erty within such municipality or iy. and on and attar the Up1r&tlOI1"
Legislature of 1943, District thai be elected for a term ion 24 of Article DH ot the Constitution town. and not otherwise of the term of each of said County

I ,e WXAC.oas u of 1885. of the of four years and the Senator from of the State ot Florida relatingto : The Counties ot Dade and Orangeand Solicitors of said Counties the offloo
State of Florida. did pass 10 Joint Reso- the Fortieth (40th District elected uniform county and municipal government each municipality town. district of the County Solicitor and Prosecut '

nflp"fl proposing amendments to the for a term of two yean from the and the classification of and other special taxing districts now ing Attorney shall be abolished within
Constitution of the State of Florida, and time ot the General Election of 1944.! cities and towns oe and the same is. created by law. or which may be here- ;said Counties and all of the dUU_'

the same were agreed to by a vote and thereafter said Senators shall be hereby agreed to and hall be submitted after created by law. in each of said of the County Solicitor within Men of
.;t .three-fifths of all the members elected elected for a term of four vears except to the elector ot the Stateof Counties. shall retain and control the said Counties shall become the duties

to each house; that the votes on said in case of a vacancy m office. Florida at the General Election of power v fix their respective budgetsfor of the State Attorney In each of said
I. J tnt Resolutions were entered upon Filed in office Secretary of State Representatives to be held In 1944 the purpose of measuring and im- COunties.

their respective Journals, with the yeas June 14. 1943- for approval or rejection: that is to I posing the mlllage to be imposed upon Section 7. On and after the expiration -
And nays thereon and they did deter- say that Section 24 of Article m of property in said Counties subject toad of the terms of the Clerks

mine and direct that the said Joint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to he Constitution of the State of Floe I valorem or other like taxes within of the Criminal Court of Record of
Besolutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of the da be amended so as tc read as fol-. each respective municipality town, Dade and Orange Counties for which

s>f the State at the General Election in Constitution of the State of Florida lows: I district or other special taxing area they each are serving or have been
November 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Justices Section 24 The legislature shall and the County Tax Assessor In eachof elected on January. 1. 1945. the office

HOW THEREFORE I. R. A. GRAY of the Peace. establish a uniform system of county said Counties shall in determining of the Clerks of the Criminal Court'

Secretary of State of the State of Florida, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- and munlclpal'covernment. which shall each assessment add the amount levied I of Record In both Counties and the I
So hereby give notice that a LATURE OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be applicable except in cases where and Imposed by such mIllage to the Clerks of the Civil Courts of Record'
GENERAL ELECTION That the following amendment to Sec- local or special laws are provided or amount Imposed by the respective and the Court of Crimes in Dade :
win be held in each county In Florida tion 21 of Article V of the Constitu- may hereafter be provided be Inconsistent by the Legislature !: Counties of Dade and Oran e. County shall all be abolished and the ,

on Tuesday next succeeding the first tion of the State of Florida be and .that mav Section 2. That 'on and after mId- duties of the Clerks of the Criminal

Monday: in November, A. D. 1944, the the same Is hereby agreed to. and the herewith Filed in office Secretary of State. night. December 31st. 1944 the County Court of Record In both Countiesand
J.-! said Tuesday being the same shall be submitted to the qualified June 10. 1943A Tax Collectors of the Counties of the duties of the Clerk of the
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER electors at the general election Dade and Orange. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes in Dade County
Sat the ratification or rejection of the shall shall all be assumed taken over and
in 1944 for ratification or rejection: JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to each become the Tax Collector
read Joint Resolutions proposing amend- "Section 21. There shall be not more Amend Section Six and Section Seven for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part of the duties of the I
ments to the Constitution of the State each respective Clerks of the Circuit CourtIn
than five Justice Districts In ot Article XVm of the Constltutlon'of levied and imposed- for the calendar
of Florida, viz: county, and there shall be elected one the State of Florida Relating to the year, 1945 and subsequent years (except Dade and Orange Counties. '
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace for each Justice Term of Office of Persons Appointedor taxes now required to be collected Section 8. The assumption ot new ,

the: Amendment of Section 1 of Article District who shall hold office for four Elected to Fill Vacancies in Elective I by the Clerk of the Circuit duties Article under shall the provisions of this 1
IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are Offices Under Said Constitution I Court) within each of said Counties not entitle any officer
hereby recognized, but teLegisla- and including all County taxes and compensation: but the
elating to Taxation. ture may by special Act, from time to BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLAURE i'I all ad valorem and acreage taxes,.imposed officers upon whom such new duties II i
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE time, change the boundaries of any OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: by any municipality town district shall be Imposed shall continue to be
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: such District now or hereafter established That the following amendment to Section or other taxing district upon governed by the general law of the i

That the following amendment to Beef and may establish new or abol- 6 and Section 7 of Article XVm property within each of said Counties, State as it now is. or may be here \:
Jon 1 of Article IX of the Constitution ish any such District now or hereafter ot the Constitution of the State of and the Legislature may provide that after as relates to the fixing of their I t

,'t of Florida relating to taxation be and existing." Provided however Florida be. and the same la hereby each of ,said Collectors shall also collect respective salaries or prescribing their ),

.tile same la hereby agreed to and shall that any such changes shall be sub- agreed to. and the same shall be submitted any other taxes, licenses or ex_ maximum compensation from fees: ( .
:. be submitted to the electors of the mitted to the people of any county so to the qualified electors of the I cises within said Counties. Such collectors provided however that each officer t:
Sate of Florida for ratification or rejection affected by referendum at the next State of, Florida for ratification or rejection shall each remit to the desig- may as he assumes the herein stated "
Election at the next ensuing general additional dutIes. take over and be :
at the next General ensuing general election. nated proper officials ot each taxing
to be held In 1944, as follows: Filed In office Secretary of' State. election, that la! to say: That Sections authority in their respective Countiesall allowed such assistants employees .
.+ June 10. 1943. 6 and 7 of Article XVm of the Constitution such taxes 1 collected, forthwith or and expenses of the office assumedas -4
proride of the State of Florida, be as may be provided by law. Each Tax may be approved by the Budget 1

taxation, except that It may provide amended to read as follows: Collector shall collect each tax statement Commissions of such Counties or by ,
for special rate or rates on Intangible A JOINT RESOLUTION Article V Proposing of the Con- "Section 6. The term of office for I in full and shall issue but one such other supervisory authority &s" j

property, but such special rate or rates Amendment Florida to adding theretoan all appointees to fill vacancies In any I tax statement, which shall Include all may be established by the Legislature. ,
stitution of by
# shall not exceed two mills on the dol- to the of the elective offices under this Constitution ad valorem or acreage taxes assessed Notwithstanding any general or special I
Additional Section Relating shall extend only to the first i laws the provisions of this Article :
lar of the assessed valuation of such of ; during any one calendar year upon ,
of Judges 'I
Election State Attorneys.
Tuesday after the first Monday In shall be self-executing The Legislature \
intangible property; provided that as of Record and County each parcel of real property. anduponeach
Criminal Courts I
January next alter the election and may give reasonable interpr&j j
to any obligations secured by mortgage the Judge and Solicitor lot of personal property and all
Solicitors (except
deed of trust, or other lien, the Court of Record of EB- qualification of a successor. tax certificates shall be issued to cover tation to the words, phrases and Sections {
of the
"Section 7. In all cases of electionto of this Article and direct their j
legislature prescribe an Intangible all taxes upon each 'parcel of real
may for flll_
cambia County), and Providing
fill vacancies In office such election effect by related laws. The Legislature -
tax of not more than two (2) of such Offices property for each calendar year and
: rallls on the dollar, which shall be lag Prior Vacancies to the First in any Tuesday after the shall be for that part of the shall be sold by each Collector, as 18or may by law control the compensation J
1 term commencing on the of each officer and the expense -
payable at the time such mortgage, may be provided by law. as relatesto
I First Monday In January. 1949. by Appointment -
, \ first Tuesday after the first Monday and conduct of each office affected -
deed of trust, or other Uen Is pre. by the Governor and Confirmation County Taxes, and tax certificates
seated for recordation said tax to be in January next after such! election. not sold and which by law or foreclosure hereby and may' abolish fee ,
the Senate.BE
by Filed In office Secretary of State are converted Into title maybe systems where they exist In Dade and I
intangible assess-
lieu of all
1 in
The special IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE June 12. 1943.A so converted by the. respective Orange Counties. and mav control all ,
ments on such obligations. ,
' .," the taxes collected OF THE STATE FLORIDA: Counties and the property sold for the fees and charges of offices or officials
rate: or rates or
theLegislature That Article V of the Constitution of JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to pro rata benefit of each interested within each of said Counties
therefrom may apportioned exclusive by of the State of Florida be amended by Amend Section 5, ,Article vm of the taxing authority: sales shall be made Section 9. Section 20 of Article m. ,
and shall and adding thereto an additional sectionto Constitution of the State of Florida and penalties and Interest for delinquencies and Section i'of and 30 of Article V. i
all other State. County District be known as Section 47 of said Article relating to County Commissioners. Imposed as provided by law and Section Article VIII. and Section
municipal taxes; and shall prescribe relating to the election of State LEGIS- 5 of' Article IX of the Constitution ""
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE for County taxes: each taxing authorIty -
shall. secure a Just
such valuation I regulations of all property both, real Attorneys. Judges of Criminal Courtsof LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: where it has a tax Interest may of the State of Florida shall
and County Solicitors (except remain in full force and effect and
Record That Section 5, 'of Article VIII of purchase property sold for taxes or on
and personal, excepting the Judge and Solicitor of the said Sections of said Articles and the
the Constitution of the ,State of Florida foreclosure and all moneys derived
law for municipal -
as may be exempted by Court of Record of Escambia County) relating to County Commissioners from such sales and from penalties other provisions of the Constitutionof

education, literary scientific and the same is hereby agreed to, and be and the same is hereby amended.and and Interest shall be collected anddistributed the State of'Florida relating to the
religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of offices consolidated by this Article
shall rata the
and to respective
amended Is agreed to pro
Approved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida for ratification or be submitted as to the electors ot.the CountIes: municipalities towns drain- shall remain In full force and effect.
1943. at' the General Election to save and except as they may each
rejection election other districts
State of Florida at the general age or taxing
Filed in Office Secretary ot State be held on the first Tuesday after the of Representatives to be held in according to the proportion of taxes relate to such offices and the systemof

May 20. 1943. first Monday in November 1944,' as fol- 1944 for approval or rejection That levied by each upon each parcel or taxation and fees in Dade and

lows: Section 5, of Article VHI. as amended. piece of property Involved Orange Counties Florida and as to
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys Judgesof each such offices system and fees within
an Amendment to Article 7, Section 3. the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: Section 3. Municipalities In of said Counties. such Sections and the
f of: the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except the Judge "Section 5. There shall be one said Counties may by special election Constitution shall be modified and
. l County Commissioner In each of the to be held prior to December 31. 1944.
Florida, Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Recordof changed by this Article
,1< by Amending Section 3 Escambia County) shall hereafterbe five County Commissioner's districts retain the right to assess and collect Filed In office Secretary of State
in each county, which districts shall taxes. Upon adoption of this Article
Os- June 10. 1943.
of said Article so as to Designate elected by the qualified electors
five inclusive. and within the
be numbered one to any municipal government
ceola and Okeechobee Counties as a of their respective Judicial) circuits or
) shall be nearly as possible equal Counties of Dade and Orange may
as ,
Senatorial District. Designate Broward counties as other State and County officials A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
ln proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15) days
County as a Senatorial District and are elected. Amendment to Article VIII of the Con-
Designate Calhoun and Gulf Countiesas "The first election of State Attor- Board of County Commissioners In the notice by publication call a special stitution of the State of Florida Rela-
counties shall from time election to be in by thequalified
respective participated
Senatorial District Criminal of tive Assessment of for
a of Courts to Property
neys, 'Judges
to time fix the boundaries of such dls- freeholders of such muni-
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- Record and County Solicitors (except Taxes and the Collection of Taxes by
LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA the Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof rlcts.. Said County Commissioners cipality only, who shall determine bya Adding Thereto Additional Sections to
shall be the qualified elect whether Sections 1 and 2
That the following amendment to Section Record of Escambla County) shall elected by majority Provide that In the County of Hills-
3 of Article of the ConstItutionf be held at the General Election in 1948 ors of said county at the time and hereof be or not be. effective within borough, State of Florida the County
place of voting for other county officers such municipality. Such freeholders .,
State of Florida relative'
the Shall Assess the
cen- to take office the first Tuesday after Tax: Assessor Property
hold office for four elect to
sus and apportionment designating the first Monday in January. 1949. and shall Commissioners voting may by majority vote under of the County for the Purpose of Levy- ,
the County -
Provided that have such municipality come
Osceola and Okeechobee Counties as years. School and Municipal "
for a term of four years; of Ing State. County.
the thirty-ninth (39)) Senatorial District "The term or tenure of office of any- elected from the even num- said Sections or by a like majority Taxes Levied by the State County.
shall for shall
bered districts in 1944 serve those voting determine that it
Broward County as the fortieth one heretofore or hereafter appointedto II County School Board. School ,Districts
in 1944 from If by
elected under said Sections '
(40) Senatorial District, and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentionedshall two years those not come Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities s +
the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come
and Gulf Counties as the forty-first extended of the County
not be hereby. Any ,.;
thereafter the
and under Sections 1 and 2 hereof or
(41) Senatorial District be and the vacancy in any of such offices priorto for four years I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA-
four : Pro- falls to call and hold.
for years municipality
terms shall be
same is hereby agreed to and shall be said first Tuesday after the first VIII any 31. TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
of Article
vided Section n such election prior to December
submitted to the electors of Florida Monday in January. 1949. shall be filled That the following Amendment to Ar-
not be affected Sections -
shall -
i I ... ", for ratification or rejection at the Gen_ by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution" 1944. then in either such event.effective I ticle VIII of the Constitution of the .....
1 and 2 hereof shall be
. sral Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as here- hereby. State of Florida, relative to the Assess
Tuesday after the first Monday In tofore provided the Constitution but Filed in office Secretary of State upon such municipality. In the ment and Collection of all taxes in

November, 1944. as follows in no case for any longer than until May _27 1943A any under municipality Sections 1 elects and 2 not hereof to come such I- the County of Hillsborough. State of

"Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- election shall not affect Sections 4. Florida, by adding thereto additional
Shall: meet in regular session A. D. day In January. 1949., JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an sections to be known as Section 11 and
8, and 9 of this Article, exceptas I
6. 7.
1955. and those that shall meet every "Any provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution I of the 5. of Section 12 be and the same Is hereby,
;ten; years thereafter shall apportionthe In conflict herewith; la hereby re State of Florida to Be Known as Article to the such assessment and collection which shall I II agreed to and shall be submitted to tlte
taxes in municipality
representation In the Senate, andshall pealed." XX Sections 1-9 thereof. RelatIng I by law: Electors of the State of Florida for
provide for forty-one (41) Senatorial Filed in office Secretary of State I to the Consolidation of Certain remain as is now that provided general' ratification or rejection at the general
Districts, such Districts to be May 18. 1943. Office In the Counties of Dade and provided however At any thereafter Election to be held on the first Tues
election held :
aa nearly equal In population as practicable Orange. State of Florida and Providing city or filed least thirty (30)days day after the first Monday In November -

but no County shall be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in Said Counties for the Com- upon petition to such election at by ten percent 1944. as follows:
in making such apportionment, Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec bination of Assessments and Collec_ prior of the freeholders entitled to I Section 11. 1. From and after January -

.and each District shall have one Senator laration of Rights In the Constitution tions and Equalization of County. Municipal vote in such election, the question of 1. 1946, the County Tax Assessorin
; Provided that Osceola and Okee- of the State of Florida. Relating to and District TaxesT and Per- whether not such municipality shall the County of Hillsborough Stateof
*" hobee Counties. Florida, shall con- Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrlmlnatlon. mitting Municipal Referendum and be bound or by Sections 1 and 2 shall Florida shall assess all property for
stitute the Thirty-nInth. (39th) Senatorial Due Process of Law and the Taking the Consolidation of Jhe; Office of be placed on the ballot. and upon a all State. COunty School and Municipal '
District Broward County. Florida of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with vote to be'so bound such municipality taxes to be levied in the Countyby
shall constitute the Fortieth ((40th) by Providing the Right of that of State Attoorn and Combining shall thereafter be bound by said Sections the State. County. County School
\ Senatorial District, and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied the Clerk of the Criminal and Board. School Districts. Special Tax
I Gulf Counties. Florida, shall consti_ or Abridged on Account of Member- Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School Districts and Municipalities.
I "cute the Forty-first (41st Senatorial ship or Non-Membership in any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit and the County Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Legislative -

\ District; and. at the same time the Union or Labor Organization; and Court. and Orange Counties shall impose: no Session In 1945 and from time to-

Legislature shall also, apportion the Providing that the Right of Em- BE IT RESOLVED BY THB LEGISLATURE charge by way of fee or otherwise time thereafter, enact laws specifyingthe
representation in the House of Representatives ployees to Collectively Bargain Shall OF THE STATE 'OF FLORIDA: upon the municipalities towns districts powers functions. duties and compensation -
: and shall allow three (3) Be Preserved. That the Constitution of the State : or other taxing areas within of County Tax Assessor, designated -
Representatives to each of the five BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE of Florida be and the same ,is hereby said Counties for their services in in paragraph 1 'of this Section
most populous counties and two (2) OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: amended by adding Article XX ,thereto making assessment. and collections of 11. and shall likewise provide by law
ftiprcsentatlves: to each of the next That the following amendment to the and as amended Is agreed to. and ad valorem or acreage taxes or other for the extension on the assessmentroll
eighteen more populous counties and Constitution of the State of Florida. shall be submitted to the electors of duties Imposed or to be imposed hereunder of the County Tax' Assessor of

I one (1) Representative to each of the Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights the State of Florida for adoption or The Legislature of the Stateof all taxes levied by the State. Count ,
remaining counties of the State at of said Constitution.. be and the same rejection at the next: general electionto Florida may by law provide for payments County School Board. School District ? .
the time of such apportionment. Is hereby agreed to. and the same shall be held in the year 1944 to-wit: to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Mu

I \ Should the Legislature fall to apportion be; submitted to the qualified elect- ARTICLE XX Counties in an amount not to exceedone nlclpalltles.
the representation in the Senate ors of the State of Florida for ratification and after midnight per cent of collections made and Section 12. 1, From and after January .
-. and in the House of Representatives. or rejection at the next ensuing Section 1. That on the paid by the Collector to each taxing 1, 1946. The County Tax Collector
1944. County
"J' at any regular session of the Legis- General Election that Is to say. that December 31st. 01 Dade: authority to cover all costs of collec- In the County of Hillsborough. state or
lature at any of the times herein designated Section 12 of the Declaration of Rightsof Tax Assessors of the counties Florida shall tion and assessment Incurred by the Florida shall collect all taxes levied m ;
it shall be the duty of the the Constitution of the state of and Orange. State of of respective Counties. the County by the State. Count
.Legislature or Legislatures succeeding each become and be the assessors School Board. School Districts.
Florida. be amended so as to read as That after the County
session of the all property in their respective Section 5. on and
such regular LegLsia.ture.either follows: Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities
after that of the term of the County
shall expiration '
in Special or Regular session to Counties and they .
"Section 12. No be sub-
person Dade
ad of the of ,
assessments ot Tax Collectors Counties "
apportion the representation In the ject to be twice put In Jeopardy for date make all Florida for 2. The Legislature shall at the Legislative .
and other and Orange. State of
Senate and in the House ot Representatives valorem and acreage taxes of 19-15! time
r the same offense nor compelled In any imposed which said Collectors have been elect- Session and from
i i as herein provided The criminal case to be a witness against' taxes that are or may be or their upon use ed as of the date of Januarv 1st. 1945. to time thereafter enact laws specIfy- 'it
preceding regular Federal or regular himself nor be deprived of life lib real or personal property County ing the powers functions. duties and
single valuation the duties imposed the
t i. State Census whichever shall have including by way of a upon
erty. or property without due process for each Tax collectors of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collectordesignated :,
., : been taken nearest any apportionment all assessments upon property in' Section ,
1 this .
be paragraph of
of law nor shall private property law this Article 1
by and
. district or other and Orange,
; I' of in the Senate and municipality town for
: taken without Just compensation. The by 12, and shall likewise provide
in Dade and shall be assumed and taken over
s'. in the House of Representatives. shall right of persons to work shall not be special taxing district Such ad valorem the respective Clerks of the Circuit the collection care. custody. reporting ;
Orange Counties
control in making such apportionment denied or abridged on account of mem and for Dade and Orange and disbursement of all taxee! collected
assessments shall be subject to review Court In
In the event the
Legislatureshall bershlp or -membership in any the County Board Counties who shall then each take bv the County Tax Collector 1'
: fall to reapportion the representation and equalization by Stat
labor union or labor organization: accountsof Filed in office Secretary 01
each County which over the books, funds and
of Equalization of
In the Legislature as required by provided. that this clause shall not be ot the the Collector for each County and June 14 1943 .
consist several -
In each shall
this amendment before its adjournment County with said
construed to deny or abridge the right who thereafter shall be known and The votes cast in compliance \
r- (and such extraordinary session of employees by and through labor i County Commissioners one both the "Clerkof the CIrcuit proposed amendments and the canvass,
and each
so called for reapportionment shall "not organization or labor union to bargain I member appointed from by Court" and "Tax Collector" of declarations and returns thereof shall be ,!
-be limited to expire at the end of employer"Filed municipality or town In each County as are I
collectively with their for which he subjected to the same regulations
ol than the respective County
or at all until reapporttonnvnt having a population. more la: 1
twenty days 1n office Secretary of State provided by law for general elections
is effected and shall consider 3.000 at the last Census: said Boardof is Clerk. orh'iorida.IN
8. 1943A tho State .
8. On and the expiration -
otherwise be Section after
no business other than such Equalization sboul governed TESTIMONY .VHERE F. I.
'reapportionment," by the general; law from time of the terms of the County_ 1 have hereunto set my
Should this amendment be ratifiedin JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time in force pertaining to the Solicitors of Dade and Orange Counties. hand and affixed the Great

the General Election in 1944, special Amendment to Section 24 of Article equalization of taxes: provIded. every Florida for which they shall be each (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida
'lections shall be called within ninety III of the Constitution of the Stateof municipality in each County having a serving at the time this Article at Tallahassee the Capital.

days thereafter for the election of Ben- Florida Relating to Uniform County population of 3000 or less may ap. adopted. the State Attorneys of Dade shall this the 3rd day. of July

...\ ators In the Thirty-ninth (39th). and Municipal Government and the point an additional member who shall and Orange Counties. respectively Of- A. D. 1944
Fortieth (40th. and Forty-first (41st) Classification of Cities and Towns. be or become a part of the Board ol be and beaome the Prosecuting R. A. GRAY
Senatorial; Districts In such spec a1)rsecuons BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Equalization for the purpose of equalization -' ficers of all the Criminal Courts of Secretary of State.
+ the Senators in the Thlrtya. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of taxes as respects any prop Dade and Orange Counties respectlve-



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ir: TIlE CIRCUIT COURT or TIlE under or against said Joseph J. situate, lying and being in Hendry I I Florida, at 12:00 o'clock NOON,
'TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Fischer; Sep- ida, at 12
County, Florida: ember 5th o'clock NOON
194. for lands In September
Florida described
< IN CHANCERY. and L. M. VREELAND, Trusteesof S% of Ni of NW 4 ___.._12 43 32 : as follows TY, Florida described as follows COUN-
NO. 1017.SUGaRLAND'DRAiNAGE the National Farms Estate, SW?i of NEH south of. Nine S 4 of Section 3 'VIh, Section 3, Township U {
who are not known to be either Mile Canal, less right of N'A of Section 13, South, Range .32 East, containing "
DISTRICT, a dead or alive, nnd if dead, the un- way _..,'._.__?._....?..._,.11 43 33 S% of Section 16, :. 320 acres, more or Jess.
'Public quasi corporation under the known spouses. heirs, devisees, SEU of NE 4 south of: Nine 51of Section 31, Township 46 THIS NOTICE is published in compliance -
:flaws of the State of Florida grantees, creditors or other parties :Mile Canal, less right of South, Range 31 East, containing and with Sections 270.07, 270.08,
Plaintiff claiming by, through, underor way ....._..__._11 43 33 1280 acres, more or less. The TRUSTEES reservetthe
vs. against said named parties. ; NEB of SE}. south of Nine I THIS NOTICE publislred In compliance to reject right to
J.'II;: HENDRT et aU NATIONAL FARMS ESTATE Mile Canal, less right of '' with Sections 270.07. 270.08 and any and all bide.
Defendants.NOTICE and the unknown ,Trustees thereof way -,-11 43 33 270.09, Florida _Statutes 1941 Intern l ORDER ovement Fund f
TO APPEAR and all parties claiming by, NW% of SE'i, less right of The TRUSTEES reserve the. right to State of sof the
TO: .PAUL BROWN 'LAND COMPANY, i through, under' or against National way --._...______..____.11 43 33 reject any and all bids. SPESSARD Florida
.a dissolved Florida corporation: : Farms Estate, including, all SW',4 of SEi,4, less Road _..11 43 33 BY ORDER of the Trustees of the L. HOLLAND,
.and 'the. unknown assigns, suc- persons who operate or do busi- SE',. of SE',4, less Road __.11 43 33 State internal of! Improvement Fund of the Attest Governor.
'ce&soTi In interest, trustees, or ness or have operated or done NE}. of NE>4, less Road and Florida. F. C. Elliott Secretary
any "other party claiming by, business under said name: less right of way -15 43 33 SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, Trustees I. I. Fund .
R. C. HEALY, L. M.VREELANDand NW y of NE less Road Governor. Aug. 4, 11
i ithrough, under or against said 4 and Attest: 18, 25, Sept I, 19H
.t 'tiamed 'dissolved corporation; THOMAS LYNN, Trustees, less right of way -15 43. 33 F. C. Elliott .
who are ,not known to be :either SW'4: of NE' Secretary
PAUL'BROWN 818 Olive Street, ., less right of Trustees I.
dead or alive, and if alive MRS.R way _____ I. Fund. I
"St. Louis. 'Missouri, .G. A. RAD- --- 15 45 33
FORD, 3234 Weisberg Drive, C. HEALY, MRS. L. :M.: VREE SE a of NE'i, less right of Aug. 4, 11, is, ,25, Sept. I, 1944 I ,NOTICE TO CREDITORS

'North, "St. Louis, Missouri, .and ,LAND and MRS. THOMAS LYNN, way ,_...... ____15 43 33. II I (1D33 P"ob"te Act. Seca. 119, 120)
A. M. KELLER, 4 ''Carrswold. St. their wives, and if ,dead, the Unknown NE- >4 of, SW 4, less right of .--
'Louis, '.Missouri, as Directors of spouses, heirs, devisees, ,way and less railroad right IN THE 'm4
said dissolved corporation, and grantees, creditors or other par- of way -15 43 33. NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING COURT OF THE COUNTY
'Trustees of the assets thereof; ties claiming by, through, underor SEA :of SW J,., less right of JUDGE IDA HENDRY COUNT)", FLOR-
JOSEPH J. FISCHER, who is against said named' parties: way --___.-.__15 43 33 Pursuant to after 22079, Laws of In re:, IN PROBATE '
not known to be dead or alive R. H. JOHNSTON, who. Is not NE>4 of SEA, less right of Florida, Acts of 1943, 'notice is here- Estate of
,and if alive, MRS. JOSEPH known to be cither alive or dead, way -_.________15 43 33 by given that a public meeting will TnOHrELMORB.. Deceased.
FISCHER. his wife, and if J'l and If alive MRS. R. H. JOHNS-' NW U, of SE.'/ less right of be held In the office of the County HAVING CREDITORS AND PERSONS
the unknown spouse, heirs, de- TON, his wife, and if dead, the way _.___.______15 43 33 Superintendent of Public Instructionof AGAINST CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Tls-ees, grantees, creditors or unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, SW"4 of SE ., less right of .Hendry County, Florida, in the SAID ESTATE:
other parties claiming by, through, grantees, creditors or other par- way 43 33 Court House at LaBelle, Florida, on nomi1ortandeach of you are hereby .
ties claiming' : by, through underor SE U of SE%., Jess right of Thursday August 17, 1944. at 2 o'- claims S5d required to present any
against said R. H. JOHNSTON: way --__.______15 43 33 clock P, Mfor the Purpose of explaining either' demand which you or
O. T. RUSSELL and MRS. O. I Tract 8A as shown on resub- and discussing a proposed in- of YOU, may have against the
T. RUSSELL, his wife, Manhat- crease of than five estate of John Elmore
/ division plat recorded in more percent '(5 I'ot' deceased, late
tan Kansas; Plat Book 2, page 68, Hen- Percent) in the budget for the year j I lof i Raid County, to the County JUdge .
Look to TheFuture JOHANNA BORRENPOHL. widow dry County Records, being 1914-1945 as compared with the budget flee Hendrr; County, Florida, _at his of- <"'?.
I In
of William Borrenpohl. deceased in SW,. of ....__.___-____ .7 43 34 (SEAL for the proceeding year n.t .LaBeIJe the court house of said County
Hoyleton, Illinois, IRENE Tract 21 as shown on Nat- ) DILLON HALL, Florida, within eight I;
BORRENPOHL KASTEN and lonal Farms Estate Plat Chairman County Board of ;calendar months fronlthe time of the
MARTIN KASTEN, her husband, recorded in Plat Book 4, Public Instruction, Hendry lJaim first PUblication notice. Each
Hoyleton, Illinois, HARRY BOR page 61, Lee County Rec- County, Florida or demand shaH be in writing
RENPOHL and MINNE BOR- ATTEST.; and shall state the
I of
ords and re-subdivision place residence
II his C. E. Weaver Superintendent. and post office address
RENPOHL, wife, EMMA BOR- plat recorded in Plat Book 4 of the claimant -
Aug. 11, 1944. and
I RENPOHL BROCKMEYER and shall be sworn toy
2, page 68, Hendry County by the ,
: .... AUGUST BROCKMEYER, her hus- Records -._:_.......__.._..._._ 7 43 34 J and claimant, his agent, or his attorney,
band, THEODOR BORRENPOHLand any such claim or demand not so
EDNA BORRENPOHL, his has been filed against you. 'flied shall be' voidELTHDA .
wife, and WILLIE BORREN- The suit Is pending in the Circuit Tallahassee. Florida I ELLIS ELMORE
i I POHL and ANNA BORRENPOHL. Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof July 28, 1944 As administratrix of the Estate
After The War
i his wife. Oakville, Illinois: GUST Florida in and for Hendry* Countyand .NOTICENOTICE I of As executor of the Last Will
BORRENPOHL and DALLA BOR- is styled "Sugarland Drainage and Testament of John Elmore, .
RENPOHL. his wife, MARTHA District, ,a public quasi corporationunder Is hereby given that the deceased.
You Will Want To BORRENPOHL MARQUARD and the laws of the State of Florida. 'TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL DI- July 21,. 28. Aug. 1, 11. Ig. ;f. .
EDWARD MARQUARD, her hus- Plaintiff fendants.,"v. J. B. Hendry, et al., De-, PROVE IENT FUND ot the State ot S!
band, and WALTER BORREN- Florida offer for sale and will receive ,
Build A HomeIt POHL and ELLA BORRENPOHL, IT IS ORDERED that you, the defendants I competitive bids in Tallahassee, Flor- r.S YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?\ /'
his wife, Venedy, Illinois : and in the suit, are required to
CLARA BORRENPOHL TWEN- file an appearance In such proceedingon
HEFAL and PAUL TWENHEFAL the 12th day of September, 1944, and
her husband, Gorham, Illi- that in default of your appearing, the 111K>)f&l"IIIIIIII"lfI" IIIIIIIIIIIIII ill"lllllIlli tI'IIIII"111I11' !s8 III""llilll.IaiIlIIlIIIlII. \ I It
'Will Pay You To nois, as the heirs, of William allegations of the bill for foreclosureof : Borrenpohl. deceased: the heirs, taxes filed in said cause will be
I devisees, grantees, creditors or taken as confessed by you; this orderto
other parties claiming by, through be published once a week for four -
Buy Your Lots under or against William Bor- consecutive weeks in THE CLEWIS : 9

r renpohl GEORGE, deceased AZOO;, who Is not TON DONE NEWS.AND ORDERED at the Clerk's ;:!:; Help I :; Provide .More G.:..

: Office, City of LaBelle, Florida, this
NOWCLEWISTON known to be either dead or alive,
5th day of 1944.CLERK'S .
and if alive, MRS. GEORGE August,
j AZOO, his wife, and if dead, the ( SEAL) S

unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, WM. T. HULL, ,_. ., ? I.
grantees, creditors or other par- Clerk of said Circuit Court. f .4.., .
ties claiming by, through, underor EVANS, MERSHON' & SAWYER ':. BUY r>:: y '::,i;,y'>..{," ,
against the said George Azoo; : ,( '
Miami Florida *
i MRS. WILLIAM H. WOODWARD, Aug. 11, 18 for, 25 Plaintiff., Sept. 1, 1944.Tallahassee .'.:'. WAR ..:..
his wife, 140 Valley Road, Webster :

REALTY Grove, Missouri \ ,r ?
All claimants under any ofj the
above parties,and all parties having Florida 'BONDS'l
and DEVELOPMENT l Interest inor 28. 1944 x
or claiming any July
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to me rutu jjrojjtjiTLy nut cin" NOTICENOTICE ;

I CORPORATION BE after ADVISED described that a suit for the is hereby given that the ._ v
1 J foreclosure of the lien of Sugarland 'TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT 'I v
Ii Drainage District taxes outstanding FUND of the State of 1:: OFFICIAL A- ::'
against the following described land Florida" offer for sale and will receive j: PHOTOGRAPH : x s. .Z.; ,
I competitive bids In Tallahassee, ::,=. U. S. ARMY .=. t Jm *-

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REVIVALIST Powell, Margaret Himrod, EleanorSue father, H. C. Avant.

Holland, Betty Barton, Mary Mrs. Florence Avant

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-- We wish to convey our heartfelt

appreciation for the many acts of
week-I Cothern of Lakeland Y kindness and the lovely floral offerings -
Stanley Jordan spent the Mrs. Cora
,, end in West Palm Beach. spent several days last week visit- ., ';' of our many friends at the
ing her son, Van Cothern and family of our beloved husband and! Matinee 3 P. 31. Night 7-fl P. M.

.r 1: Mrs A. P. Hoffman was a Saturday here. \ :.., I Sat. and Sun. Continuous

visitor in Fort Myeis. JI : 3, 5r-71. 9 P. M.
I : Dean Holland returned Sunday c FOR SALE Baby'splaypen I
I J. E. Beardsley was'a business I from .Lake City where he attended WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 13

. 1 -:- ,visitor in Fort Myers Wednesday. a two weeks' camp sponsored by the ::: pre-war bug- SUN. 14
& MON.
i IJ I AUG. 13 & \
State Forestry Department., and basinette. All in
I has !I gy
from a ;
Frank Speck fw
vacation trip to Atlanta. I Mrs. Jack Kinsey, Miss Lillian x A Srr 1y ,{', good condition. $20.00 "Adventures of MarkTwain"

,' I Kinney, Miss Letha Stacey and Miss

.Dr. W. O. Rigby left Monday for I Evelyn Lee were visitors in West takes all three. A. D.

a two weeks' vacation in Miami. I Palm Beach Saturday. Fre Rothacker at Clewiston CARTOON
I I!
Arch Simmons was, a business Mrs. Doris T. Ross, who has been Trailer Park. 1
Itp. TUES. & "'I D., AUG. 15: & 16rifiIa
visitor in LaBelle Tuesday. 'visiting Miss Corinne Baker for the

__ I II past several weeks has returned to 1

I r Robert Young spent the weekend her home in Jacksonville.Miss REV. H. R. BAGAVELL !I '

-. at his home in West Palm Beach. I .FOR SALE-Used living
I Merle Herring of O'Brien, The public is cordially. invited to :

Faye Strickland and Merle Her Fla., is spending two weeks here attend the revival services at the I room and bedroom
South Clewiston Holiness
ring spent Tuesday in Pahokee.Mrs. :with her sister, Mrs. Bob Dacey, and Church I
Mr. Dacey. beginning Sunday, August. 13, at furniture 320 West ;.
p. m.
J. W. Ezelle and daughter, '
I Trinidad Avenue C. R.
Rev H. R. Bagwell, evangelist of -
Emma jane, were visitors in West Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Cochrane -Also-
Atlanta, .Ga. will be the
Palm Beach Saturday.. have returned to their former home speaker. Krueger.
i Good music"and singing
I every night.
in Georgia to reside. He has been Rev. J. A. Cain, Pastor. THURS. & FRL, AUG. 17 & 18
Mrs. Henry Roath entered the employed at Riddle Field.
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Fort Myers General Hospital Monday Martha :...:..:..:..:..:.:.:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .
for observation and treatment. Miss Adrian Marsen of Boston, Nell Alston (
: .. For ;i; "
Mass., will arrive' tomorrow to spenda Weds .;. .s. t MAXWEll 4/.....' ANDE4S0N.S ':8
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling returned few weeks in Clewiston with Ralph BishopAt + TAXICABSPAY + ';.; .::.
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Sunday from a vacation trip friends. y THE EVE oP nM.4R1 -
I Home Friday :::' AND SITE SERVICE i "
I to Fort Myers and Tampa. I : 20'h .
A .
II i.l I. ------- Mrs. J. D. Sullivan, ,Jr, left the -- PHONE 18 :_!: CENTU8Y. fOX PICTURE 7-,,: ;,:'.:

' Mr. Mrs. W. H.. Lanier first of the week for'Springfield, Miss Martha Nell Alston, only L
I'i spending and their vacation at Fort are 'Ill., ,to join her husband, Lt. Sullivan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.. G. Al- I I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. AlSOCaitoou and- Sews .,

Lauderdale Beach. \t who has recently returned ston, became the bride 'of Ralph M. ; ;

I -. :: from oversea service. Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.: SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 \

...-- Bishop, at a simple ceremony at .,.
t Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden ;.
II! Mrs. Maude Hare is spending her the home of the bride's parents on Johnson's Fish Camp :
! are spending a week or two in Tal- I 1
;: vacation with relatives in Rock Crescent Drive at four. o'clock Friday )1
lahassee on business. ( Gate
Hill, N. C., and visiting her daughter afternoon. (Near ) ,

P Sgt. Evelyn Hare, at Fort Ben- Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of the Clewiston, Fla. .1",
,-t Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn have '
Ga.Mr. First Baptist Church of Clewiston, Boats and Motors-Guide Service
, ning, 'J
; returned from a vacation trip to .
officiated at the ceremony which Rates ,
Fort Lauderdale Beach.
.. and Mrs. W C.; Owen and took place in the presence of 'a W. H. Johnson, Mgr. ."
Shirley are leaving tomorrow for a small circle of friends and membersof Also Cartoon :-
Mr. and Mrs T. L. Driggers, Y:1i 1
month's"; vacation which they will the immediate families. .
returned from a visit with relatives ; !
'in Dothan, Ala. spend with Mr. Owen's parents at The home was beautifully deco- HErVAlLEY'OIi i ',
It Brownsville, Tenn. rated with palm fronds and cut

1 Frank J. Faust and G. E. Flipseof garden flowers G. M. FORDCivil s ,

Miami, OPA officials, were here Mrs. Roma P. Hardin left Wed- Mr. and Mrs. William Bolton were { i
1 on business Saturday. nesday from West Palm Beach for, the only attendants. Engineer and SurveyorSpecializing

.... -- Salt Lake City, Utah, where she The bride was attired in a gownof In Everglades Chapter No. 6 .
I was called by the, serious illness of white with
crepe accessories Surveys &
Mrs. C. E. Bjornson left Sunday .
c aunu cwn>I __ g .
her father __ _
to spend a week Lakeland with. .. ,' ... and carried an arm bouquet' Phone 66 Clewiston., Fla. : I
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relatives.r: of orchids and limes of the. valley. .

Gene' Powers left the latter partof Mrs. Bolton wore blue and carriedan \" ..

,- Martin Waldron; Lewis Blount the week for Avon Park: to join arm bouquet of white gardenias. -----------.--.-..... .... ..........:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.
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and Buddy Poole were Monday visitors Mrs. Powers at the Catholic summer Mrs. Alston wore white and Mrs. .:..:NN:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : :.1NN: :NNNN: : : :l: : :N:NNNN. :M: :

l 'in West Palm Beach. I camp and she accompanied him Bishop blue and both ,.wore corsagesof t
to Lakeland for his vacation pink rosebuds. /
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Reames and Both the bride and groom have ForFURNISHED Sa.le "

son, Danny, are spending their vacation Miss Margaret Morrow spent a lived the greater part of their lives
at' West Palm Beach. few days here this week with Miss in Clewiston and the Clewiston

r; Dorothy Knight while en route to area. Mrs. Bishop attended primary k 4-ROOM HOUSEHEXDERSOXVILLE

. l Mr. and Mrs Neal J. Dwyer, Miss her home in Tennessee after a ''visit elementary and high school in .-

r t Proc Roebuck and Jake Van Patten I in West Palm Beach. Clewiston, graduating in the Classof X. C. .
spent Sunday in Lake Placid. 1939. She attended Brenau College I _

Kenny Woodward, Gunner Brink, for one year after graduationand

Miss Roberta Foy spent the week- John Davis and Jack McConkey are Barry College in Miami for the Electric and
With Refrigerator
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. among the Riddle Field instructorswho next two years. For the past year Equipped -

.. Charles Foy in Moore Haven. recently .left to take positions she has been employed in the U. S. Innerspring Mattresses .

I with Eastern Air Lines at Miami Engineer sub-office in Clewiston.Mr. : k4

Sherwood Hall left Sunday for a Bishop has grown to man- '
month's visit with relatives in Ken-| Mrs. Bill Wallace and three sons hood on his father's farm at Ritta 2 MILES FROM DOWNTOWN HEXDERSOXVILLE.OX;.OX

tucky. /' of West Palm Beach spent the weekend and attended the. Pahokee and Belle CONCRETE HIGHWAY OXE BLOCK FROM BUS LIXE

here with Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Glade schools, graduating from Belle L' ,\
/ Martin Waldron, Richard Pape, Lee. Skippy Cothern r turnedhome' Glade High School in the Class of ; t

Carolyn Bryant and Margie Allen with them for a visit. 1943. Even before graduatingfrom Lights Water and Telephone .
I' > attended the anniversary day fete at school he attained state-wide ,

, # Buckingham Field last week. I Hervey Bourne, Petty Officer 2nd ,recognition for his ability as a truck; 2000 ft. Elevation-Located ,On Echo .: ''
grower in the 'glades.
Class, with the U. S. Navy at Ala-
Mrs. U. T. Koch, her daughter, meda, Cat, is spending ,a hve*-day Immediately following the cere-, Mountain !r: {
1' Mrs. Foster Crampton and son of furlough here with his parents, Dr. mony the couple left for Miami to !

Daytona spent several days here and Mrs. B. A. Bourne.Mr. spend a few days after which they See.MRS. H. C. JONES
this week with 1\: Koch will return to his parents home at d
:: Ritta temporarily. Their plans for "
and Mrs. Earnest Denslow of: t
Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and chil- the future are indefinite'since he 525 Sagamore':Ave. Or .Phone 19
Clermont were the week-end guestsof
dren left the first'of the week for plans to enter the service very ; '1
their daughter, Mrs. C. E. Baileyand '
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a visit with relatives in Abbeville shortly. .,.. .
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Bailey who has been visiting them '

.\ vy Mrs. L. H. -Freeman- and son of there home for a with couple them.of" ,weeks, returned .. JUNIOR WITH CHRISTINE G. A.'s MET DUXAWAY ==;:;===' =:==:;; 1 f fi

\ Tampa arrived Sunday and are I II t *.
spending this week with her sister, The Junior Girls Auxiliary under
I I Mrs. R. R. Hooks. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yoder and the leadership of Mr. W. A. Montgomery $ $
Mrs. Cecile Brooks of West Palm Counselor met Tues- t* V% l
G. A. -
II Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yoderof of Christine i
Veltri are day at the home Duna- Want Local Girl
Moore Haven were the _:
the parents of a baby: girl, Frankie guests way. :: :$:
Diane; born Saturday at St. Sunday of Mrs. Daisy Yoder. Mrs A .
Mary'sHospital very interesting program on ... .-
West Palm Beach. Yoder returned to West Palm Beach The Seminole Indians was enjoyed. -
with her son and daughter to spenda :: :.J
I Each member answered roll call .*. . . . . .: .
few .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. ... ..
M G. H. Small, Bernard Myers, days. giving the name of a state and its j: ". .". .". .".".M.*-.".".". .","".". % %, .wV > -.-r.;

-" Lewis Blount, Bill Martin and W. Indian origin. h'' 1
, : S. Bowdon left Thursday at noon Mrs. W. R. Broadrick had as her Hortense Chastain read a letter .'. ? J

\ on a fishing trip to St. James. week-end guests, her sister and she had recently received from Rev. .*. A X X "t 1

, I'husband, Lt. and Mrs, Floyd Ever- Stanley Smith, a Seminole missionary To Manage A High-Class Package : :i iy
:, E. E. Gross returned Saturday I hart of Scotlsburg, Inch, her sister, she had met while attending the : f. .

from a two weeks' vacation spent Mrs. Hairy Haylock and baby of summer camp. Interesting'talks l
:: Store No Connection With Excellent
: Lounge. :
i. in Manchester, Vermont, and in Sebring her father; Fred Hansen. were made by Margaret ;

I; Boston, Mass. and her brother, Lt. Carl Hansen. Himrod, .Joyce Turner. and Shirley
I A Pay: In Clewiston. ,t.X .
-- who is home on leave from foreignservice. Benbow. A

: Mr. and Mrs. F. Carl Long and : Prayers were offered for our In- -

Miss Jo Ann Long were visitors in dian missionaries, Rev. Willie King ,?t: :

\ West Palm Beach" Saturday after AIr and Mrs. M. A. Thomas accompanied and Rev. Stanley Smith. *ttj j '

I j noon. by their son, David, and After the meeting( a social hour :: Call Collect. 8887 W. Palm Beach orwrite ";' ,/:

. 1-- Miss Ann Slonaker have returned was enjoyed at outdoor games. Refreshments !s! : X: :
I Parker Wilson left ,today for from a 12-day vacation trip to Savannah of ice cream and cookies ; Palm Beach Liquors 2020 ,N. Dixiej:: :
I{I Baltimore where he will enter Johns and vicinity. On their way were served by Mrs. F. L. Dunaway, :.: .. i'

Hopkins' Hospital' for medical treatment home they visited relatives in Jacksonville assisted by Miss June Ellen to: :: Highway West Palm Beach. : :' *
He hqpes to return in about and brought two neices Hortense Chastain, Joyce Turner. J

I'I a month during which time Alston's home with them for a twoweeks'visit June Crews, Barbara Moore, Iris ?2 ?

I Store, of which he is manager, will I the Misses Ethel and Ellen Ann Wright Sue Cornette, Helen ?? X.

be closed. Mann. Espenlaub, Nadine Andrews, Peggy -- ,

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Handling News for Gis i __ San' HOLLYWOOD

Washington, D. C. The Private Papers

s ELECTORAL COLLEGE Of a Cub ReporterA THOSE rowdy-dowdies, Olsen and

SQUABBLEThose visiting movie star was asked Johnson, who have tried every-

Military Not Desirous of Cutting Off News From t{ who have carefully dug into which man she would enjoy meeting thing in the books including JoeMiller's

Dislikes Entering the history of the electoral college most To the amazement.of the joke book, believe that gaso-
Armed Forces; admit privately that Jim Farley'slegal interviewers, she said: "Albert Ein line rationing will have a beneficial

Possible Controversy. ( counsellors, who hatched the stein" The noted scientist was effect on boosting the morale of the

(Idea of electors disregarding the lecturing in Manhattan and he average citizen.

popular vote, did some smart thinking agreed to see her With the "Don't.get me wrong," Olsen has- __

BAUKHAGENews not from the viewpoint of a fair scribes scribing and the ,flashlight tened to explain. "I'm not consid- 1,("
By election but in regard to' historic bulbs bulbing, the star in an awed I ering the economic aspect. That's

Analyst and Commentator. precedent. voice said, "It's a thrill to think thatI [ out ,of our line. What I mean istkat

Building calculated to affect the election of Most famous case in which the ,am, talking to the one man who people will
WNU Service, Union D. C. any federal officer can be 'put in electors flouted the majority of knows more about the stars than spend more timeat
Washington "
jail for a year or fined a thousand Voters was in the election of 1876 any other living person. home and
There is great deal of talk, some dollars. between Hayes and Tilden. But "Not quite," replied Einstein. "No they'll have to _' ",

of it sincere and from the heart, ,Now, the military fears a political, there have been other interesting one can predict what a star will do- figure out waysto
of it so dripping with sentI- to get her name in the amuse themselves
some embroglio as Br'er Fox feared I fend more recent cases, though they papers. -
taste "
that it offends good ,
mentality -
brambles. They are not particularly didn't upset a national election or
about "GI Joe" and what the desirous of cutting off news from attract much attention. For in- They tell the ,one about the colo- "Or else go nuts

country owes him. the armed forces. They have no ob- stance: nel, speaking at a dinner in his hon-
After a bitter battle, a bill was into or before 'embarking for Africa '
the get :
following all jection to having boys In the Teddy Roosevelt-Alton B. (-,.
passed in congress, controversy so long as it doesn't Parker election of 1904, Marylandcast "1 thank you," he concluded, "for

kinds of political badminton, to pro- interfere in the argument with the seven electoral votes for'' Parker your kind wishes regarding my wel-
vide means for the men and womenIn But they have a decided Roosevelt fare, and I want you to know that Olsen
the enemy. and only one ,
armed services to vote
the dislike forgetting into a controversy )vhen I am far away, surrounded by
though Roosevelt had the majorityof ,
election. Then fortnight looking at each
coming ugly I shall always -
themselves. They "There is grinning savages, "
say the popular vote by the very "
the other
from interrupted
dispatch ,
came a
ago, We don't intend to violateit. think of you.
the law.
respondent of the New York Herald- slight margin of 109,497 to. 109,446. Johnson.

rribune in' Algiers which said: ." i In the Taft-Bryan contest of "I'm thinking
Colonel White's departure has 1908, Maryland electors again ignored Jackie Coogan, recently back from c about writing a
"Unless some provocative discus- started a discussion, the end of the will of the people by paratrooping in Burma and India, book continued

sion of the presidential campaign which is not yet. Will "GI Joe" voting 6 to 2 for Bryan, though Taft said that his Burma Glider group Olsen, "on home
in the Stars & Stripesthe Johnson
appears get his political news? That depends got a slight edge of the popular vote landed near a small tribal village amusement." .....
( service newspaper) only a whether and the 150 miles back'of the lines .
of the will on congress by 116,513 to 115,908. California Jap "What'll you call it?" asked John-
small troops
percentage army simply pass the buck back electors split their vote in the 1912WiIsonTaftRooseveItfight Having the assignment to constructan son. 'How to Have Fun With Your

vote. and forth or whether something by a 2 to airport in less than 12 hours, Wife'-or 'Your Next Door Neigh-
A little later Col. Egbert
,definite is done. ,9 11 vote in the electoral college for Coogan called over a Thugee (native borr?"
Stars( worked& Stripes with him in on Paris original in the Senator Taft said when he spon- no particular reason. Wilson ran chief) and asked that he paradethe "That's the general idea," said

first World war) was relieved of his sored Title Five that in the first second in the popular vote, with villagers that he wished to recruit Olsen. "How would 'Helzapoppin at '

directorship of the Mediterranean place he had no intention of banning Roosevelt first, but two electors disregarded as workers. Home' be?"
textbooks in the this and voted for Wilson Hundreds of them were girls
editions of the Stars &, Stripes and works accepted as Johnson thought it wouldn't be
schools. The senator met with army anyway. wearing very little. One, however, bad, but observed that pistols and
ordered to report to Washington.
officials, ,members of the council on History is dotted with isolated was better groomed than the others spiders and cannon crackers and
About the same time, it was re- Draped to her ankles ,was a
in New
books in wartime, and others cases where a 'few electors bolted breakaway outhouses, such as
vealed that books like "The Republic" York on July 20'to discuss this ques- the wishes of the people of their huge towel with the words: "May "Helzapoppin" calls for, wouldn'tbe
which have "
'.' been and accepted similar as standard works textbooksare tion.Taft state and voted as they pleased. flower Hotel, Washington, D. C. exactly appropriate for a parlor

also said to me that he felt This, it must be admitted, was what gathering. .-<.>
hibited on the list war because department's pro-has the law need not interfere with fur-' the Constitution specified, though At'an airport the other day, a dejected "No, you misunderstand," Olsen r;

-" congress and nishing the service newspapers with 'general custom has ruled otherwise.In sailor sat waiting for hours. explained. "It would have games
forbidden "political argument
propaganda" in the armed forces. news generally circulated here. He the McKinley-Bryan contest of He appeared so depressed ,a sympathetic and party ideas."

said if the army asked for a clari- 1896, one California elector plumpedfor bystander asked him what Here are some of the games Olsen
"' Colonel White,wanted to make the .the trouble He said he had and
fying amendment, he would be glad the of the was. Johnson would have in their
Bryan, though people
k' Stars & Stripes as much like a met- to take it with just come in from the South Pa- book:
up congress. state voted for McKinley. One Ken-
; ropolitan newspaper as possible. He cific for four-day furloaf. His home
; wanted to send to cover I have also talked with Senator tuckian did the same thing in the e Crab Race
reporters was an hour and a half by
Lucas, coauthor of the original sol- same election. Michigan 1892 away ,The
> both the Republican and Democratic air He had just been put 'off contestants must crawl on all
conventions. He wanted to have the dier's vote bill. He said he con- saw ''only 9 of its electors vote for one plane in favor of a higher priority fours to a goal and back, traveling
of from sidered it "a little short' of stupidityto Benjamin Harrison and 5 for Grover backward all the way. You think
) use a regular news report He hadn't been home in
deny the boys overseas or Cleveland, though Harrison got the it's ? it and what
..' the Associated Press wire, like any two years. His father had died in easy Try see hap- ,
.. :.:' other newspaper, instead of being wherever they are, of all the in- popular vote.' Ohio cast one the meantime, and every hour now pens when two players collide. "-
formation that citizen in this electoral vote for Cleveland in the
L limited the 'service any
army news seemed an eternity But what Pass the
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country can obtain. He said he same election,though Harrison car- >
; :
: (a digest of the news carefully really got him'down', he added, was
yf: screened in New York). thought "something ought to be doneto ried the state by a slender margin.All .,that two planes had left for his home Two sets'of players form two sep-
liberalize the regulations on pub- arate lines. Each person holds a
of this background indi-
: Receives of Merit burg but couldn't find room for him in his
': Legion licity. toothpick mouth, while the
cates FDR's
why politicoes,
-despite the fact that the last per-
: Just how far Colonel White had leaders hold an olive at the end of
Definition Needed though not admitting it publicly, son to board the plane was a civilian
with his ambitious plans when their toothpicks. At a given signalthe
s gone are scrutinizing credentials
There is sign at this writing -carrying a golf bag!
leader turns to the next
the pressure began, I do not know.I carefully and are not, at all person
that the army will make a requestfor in line and without his hands
do know that when he first wentto happy about the electoral college using ,
Africa, while General Eisen- a clarifying amendment but it When Norway was invaded civil tries to transfer the olive to the other's -
threat in the South.
hower was still there, the Colonel's will be all right with them if what, ian Germans fled Sweden because toothpick. The next player

work was apparently so satisfactorythat is considered propaganda directedto they expected that country to be, passes it on to his neighbor, and so ..,
the General made him a mem- the election of a federal office RED 'TIRE-TAPE' invaded next A German who on down the line.Marshmallow -

ber of his staff and he received the holder is clearly defined. Meanwhile, Strange as it seems, American ; had been buying up dollars at half t..

Legion of Merit award. But Gen- why shouldn't the military want to motorists soon will have a chanceto the price took a train one night from Race

eral Eisenhower departed, and an- toe the line? Their commanderinchief buy German and Japanese tires. I Stockholm. His suitcase contained Take a piece of string, put an'

other Pharaoh came to Egypt (or I (a political candidate himself) Behind this is a story of inexcusable about one million dollars in small end in the mouth of one player and

is a Democrat. Their secretary of government red tape and procras, and large bills He knew he' the other end in the mouth of his
should '
say to Algiers). For a time,
White seemed to have a pretty free war, the venerable and party-loyal tination. could not get by Swedish customs opponent, with a marshmallow' in

hand but .there were no great inno- Henry Stimson, is a good Republican. Inside fact is that, immediatelyafter with it, and that even if he did, the the center. At the starting signal,

vations noticed in the papers he was What about Colonel White? He Pearl Harbor, U. S. officials Gestapo would catch up with him begin eating the string (don't swal-

publishing. He did start a reprint of must have known what. was aheadof began buying up all sorts of tiresin in Germany Not long after mid- low it). The one who gets the

the Reader's Digest which caused him when he tried to make the South America, accumulatingtires night the train stopped at a small marshmallow first wins the prize and

some disturbance, not because' of Stars & Stripes a metropolitan news imported to Latin America station. ,The German hurried out will be the first to be married.

the content, but, because other paper. He must remember 'as I very from every part of the world, some with his valise, found a dark spot Jigsaw Puzzle Fan

magazines objected. I believe some well do the headaches he and I and of them five to twenty years old. near a tree, buried his treasure,
reprints from the Saturday EveningPost the rest of the old Stars & Stripes Several hundred old Japanese and took careful note of the spot and Pictures of celebrities (you can
Olsen and Johnson's if
were also used. staff caused GHQ-G2D up in Chau- German tires were found among boarded the train Thru his use pictures "-
mont, in the last war. Brazilian stocks. window he made a note of,a sign on you can't find celebrities) are cut -I!
Then General Surles, head of from magazines and then cut up in
army public relations, and Secre- i The Stars & Stripes of World War When these tires were. originally a door (on the side of the depot) jigsaw puzzle style. Each contest-
'. It said KVINNOR A few
tary of War Stimson both appearedin I II appears in London, Algiers, Casa- imported into the United States, ant is given an envelope containingone
weeks he permission to return -
the war theaters and about that blanca, Oran, a weekly edition from they were allocated largely for military ago got of these cut-ups. They must
Sweden. At the. station he
time White's demission occurred.He Naples, editions out of Cairo for the use, some for lend-lease some to put the picture together and then
showed the ticket seller the memo
had left when President Roose- Middle East. That is a publishing for government! agencies. identify the photograph. Watch out
of the name he had copied down.
velt agreed to run again and the undertaking of no mean proportions" Last November, however, syn- The ticket seller's eyebrows'''jumped you don't get Olsen mixed up with
GIs who read the Rome editionof intended to suit a real "GI. increas Johnson. Even their wives 'em
thetic tire manufacture was high and then he grinned get
the Stars &Stripes learned about But if a newspaper is any good ing and it was decided to sell a KVINNOR in Swedish means WOM- confused at times, but they're usedto

it in a 190-word story given- third for anything, it is supposed to view large number of these imported EN The frantic dope is now it by now.Hollywood .
:r place, well down on undera with alarm and with pride
; page one point tires to civilians. Here came the all central Swedenat
traveling over Search
Talent two-column head. The, Normandy come election time. It takes a real first red-tape hitch. The tires had to find the right a
campaign was given first play and argument to sprout a vote. And thatis been purchased by the Rubber De. night, hoping that if he One player is blindfolded. He is
depot not knowing even
% the Russian offensive the talent scout. He stands in the
second. what the
army says congress says velopment corporation, an FEA is that lucky, the Swedish authori-
The coverage by the Rome Stars the Stars & Stripes must have no agency. But Rubber Developmentdid ties are waiting for him. center of a circle of chairs, on which

& Stripes of the Dewey and Bricker part in. Meanwhile, you don't expect not want to sell the tires to Defense the rest of the players sit. Theyare

nominations was a 550-word story, "political argument" in the service Supplies corporation, a Jesse all given numbers, starting with
halfway down the page, with a box publications if it is going to cost Jones agency, except at the price This is how Russia whipped its one, and must sit. in consecutive or-

containing highlights of the conven- some honest colonel with a wife and which it had originally'paid in :Bra Black Market In Russia the der. The talent scout calls out: two

tion. There were also 200 words on family to support, a thousand dollar zil. This price, in order to get the soldiers get additional pay for each numbers, whereupon the players

how New York papers covered the fine or a year in jail. There tires away from Brazilians, had battle they are in, and not having having these numbers must'' ex-

nominations; seven paragraphs onHoover's will have to be a clarification of the been high. anywhere to'spend it, they send it change seats without being caughtby
home. The kinfolk are making more tne blindfolded in the cen-
speech two I law. person
; and his Defense
paragraphs But Jesse Jones
't; on Farley. The Herald-Tribune correspondent I Supplies corporation, being shrewd money than usual (in spite of what ter. Any player caught must give "
hear) and all this is why Rus- talent scout and
described you up his chair to the
this as"meager" Nazi Civilian Morale bargainers, didn't want to buy al
sia now has too much surplus coin, be blindfolded himself. '
coverage due, not to the A significant editorial appeared ina that high price. as well as a Black Market which of
wishes of the editors, but to the re- No player must venture out
strictions.No Cologne newspaper-Cologne, the More Red Tape. gets 40 rubles for nylons and 50 fora "Hollywood," which is the area

home of the once happy, carefree Finally, Rubber Director Col bottle of Scotch The Soviet within the circle, but any other

Public StatementAt Rhinelanders who cheerfully boastedof Bradley Dewey stepped 4n ,to help gov't, being realistic about it, decided method of evading capture may be ,

this writing, White has not "German wine and German song" cut the red tape. Rubber Develop to go into the Black Market resorted to, such as stooping and

made any public statement-officers -and one of the first cities to feel ment's high price was met. Bu1! racket, so now they have, gov't- creeping on all fours. 4

? don't talk. Since the action occurred -, the horror of the early mass raids. then, more delays developed. owned stores in all communities The above games are just sam- "

".' in the Mediterranean the- "It is not easy to calm one's Finally, on February 28, 1944 They are called: Government- pies. Olsen and Johnson have "mil-
ater, Washington army officials can- raging nerves," says this news- Colonel Dewey signed a strongly Owned Black Market Stores" (or lions" more."There's :

not comment. They merely point to paper, and then counsels restraint worded directive demanding onci whatever the Russian is for that), one thing it would do to

Title Five, sponsored by Senator and studied concealmentof again that the tires be turned ovej J and any citizen can shop in them help postwar development and prosperity :;

Taft, in the soldier's vote law one's personal feelings, lest to civilian use. However, it was no' In this way, the gov't gets ," declares Chic Johnson. "If dO

passed by congress. others be affected, and warns until June, four months later, tha: back all that surplus money enough people play these gables of-

This Title Five says that anyone against the use of sedatives. the transfer to Defense Supplies And keeps the citiiens honest at ten enough, practically every homein

: responsible for permitting publica This quotation is but one link corporation was finally completed.Thus the same time .. Over here sur- America will ba wrecked, and

,S tion ,in a service organ paid for by in a growing chain of evidence revealing seven whole months wen plus money is being enjoyed only think of the building; boom we'll have
government funds, of political argu- the state of German' civilian wasted while the tires gatherec by the "mobs," who keep it all 'when materials are on the market

ment or propaganda designed or morale. dust., since they rarely pay taxes again!"

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(ll.lllllli'it away. .

I A LTHOUGH night baseball has To fix window screens so you *

f been the most important factorin can see out and the neighbors A coat of white shellac appliedto

keeping the game alive 'during cannot see in, paint the inside of the cover of your cook book'

Wartime, there are still a few unbelievers the screens with a thin white keeps it looking like new.

in the major league cir enamel. *
r W
.. .
,:v cuits. Hemming a new frock will be
? 2 Ed Barrow, president of the New Take a large paper bag with easier if you cut a piece of card

1 York Yankees, has little enthusiasmfor you when cleaning or tidying up board to the exact width you

the vesper version. According to the living room. Into it empty con- want the hem and use it as a "

columnist Dan Parker, he cooled off I tents of ash trays and wastebas- marker. Start the hem, insert the

on the proposition almost a half cen- kets. card and slip it along as you work.

tury ago when his Paterson, N. J.,
club of the Atlantic league, starringone
I II Honus Wagner, took part in the Daytime Dignity for
. first professional ball game underarc Your Couch Cot ADabaDaykeeps
t ,: V y M 'yz: *yY lights at Wilmington, Del. or
I. It was back in 1896, about the first

of July. And, according to Parker, ARE you using one' room for
: : : "In the flickering blue light of car- living and bedroom these P 0 *

iraP 'r bon-stick arc lamps, the first night days? Or perhaps you have had away.
A>4r ; ha! ( to put an extra cot.hi some cornerof
'" pA+ ,ce<'''"SJ'c game.in organized baseball ran into (Underorm Perspiration Odor) '
trouble soon after it got under way your house or apartment. In 4'/:

when the rival pitcher, steamed up either case it is worth, while to +,.> ...
/ w r-k'- by Barrow to play a practical jokeon give a little extra care to the day- -

Wagner, substituted a Fourth of time appearance of the bed. A flat Ir

July torpedo for the ball the first box on casters holds all the bed- "':::::;-.::::,) t ,
ding for the simple cot shown V'j Mw: : :
.Y( .F time bow-legged Honus came up to
; 4 bat. here and slides 'underneath out of 2

"Honus took a toehold for-his cut sight. vonDRADEODORA '

and met the paper-covered_bag_ of This arrangement makes it pos-
gunpowder flush on sible to cover the cot and pad
_. :.. "' r.ivr,2+r$' N49w Y'ArN.iir.S'liA.MSaYri+Ln:;:v Svl rmwKf"I kr..!ulAYY: .+NKwYIUIaAIA! the detonator, caus- with neatly fitted slip covers T CREAm

ing such an explosion -
II1II Put Pears, Into Your Canning Schedule that the IRON COT -Isn't stiff'or sticky! Soft-it '
spreads like face cream.
ISee Recipes Below) game broke up in a
: -is I Use
actually soothing
I light
riot. Ed
It Relish With Meals thought after shaving-will not irritate..

I II 'Lynn Says night baseball wasa -has light,pleasant scenuNo sickly ,

I These later summer months find Popular Choice: You'll ''like .., a.yi. snare then and a delusion ENTER smell to cling to fingers or clothing

the markets. still dotted with fruits fried chicken if it's dipped in and he ABLE I 1 -will not spoil delicate fabrics. '
still sticks his

: that make won- crumbs cornflakes for instead change. of bread x ess ::2M: Y. belief, ltho.u.gh"to GLU Orin R BOTTOM PAD REVERSIBLE-TOP F WER CHINTZ AND Yet tests in the tropics-made by nursea
derful jams and that Yodora under
SIDES OF PAD -prove protects trying -
wavered a bit this
II tit relishes. Those of Cottage cheese molds nicely Honus Wagner TO CUT TABIf DOWN a KEEN I conditions.In tuba or Ian,JOc,25e 60c.
b '.r? you who want when mixed with garden green Yanks slumped spring both attendance ; McKesson&Robbins foe,Bridg.porlf COM
onions, radishes, diced green pep-
0 that extra special '
and in the league standing.. He said: PLEAT wlrN
and seasonings. Serve on t't.
r something to add per t. a.. sG THERS
to your meals lettuce for a luncheon treat. Change of Heart CHINTZ OR U'USLIN HEtPsX
during winter will Bread Pudding: Try it with OVER SPRINGS SEAM HEAL \ MOROllNE

want to take advantage of the crops brown sugar instead of white fora 'Under certain, conditions, 1 CHAF\ PETROLEUM JELLY
and put them up in various forms. different touch. If you make it wouldn't be too opposed to night which give it all the dignity of a 5".1 TINES liS NOON FOR 101- !

Pears made into jam or honey plain with raisins, try a lemon baseball. But what good would it do I real sofa The contrasting side

"i have long been favorites throughout custard sauce.Scrambled me to change my mind this year I I section of plain material around I Crab's TeethA

\ the nation, and these are recipes I Eggs on the menu? when we couldn't install equip- the pad with end and center back I crab has stomach with two
know you'll like. Commercial pectin Serve with jelly, sauteed chicken ment for night games even if. we cushions to match it is a nice I a
fitted with three
)t assures you of success in making livers or french fried shrimp. All wanted to?' touch.. The improvised table from : parts, one part "'
teeth which hard
are combinations hard to beat. odds and ends also helps to make strong grind up
the thick, jellied consistency and It wasn't so long ago..that Clark food shells of
miraculously gives you more jam Au gratin vegetables: Cabbage. Griffith was a determined opponentof the couch do day as well as night prey. :

than you dreamed' pbssible out of a cauliflower, potatoes arid toma- the night game. But-.the situation duty. ..
small batch of fruit."" toes.'For' a topping try"crushed'cereal has changed. Mr. Griffith is one of '*

Ripe Pear Jam. like cornflakes with butter the '
most radical advocates of theelectricallyligh NOTE-This Illustration is from BOOK
(Makes 8 six-ounce glasses) and melted cheese. ted.sport. 6 of the series of homemaking booklets offered -

3'/ cups prepared fruit There's a good reason for Grif- ''I with these articles. Every page of
this 32-page book gives clear step-by-step
cups sugar fith's change of heart. Washington is
directions for things to make your home
1 box powdered fruit pectinTo Take blossoms off the crabapples, glutted with federal employes who more attractive with odds and ends of

prepare fruit, peel and core but leave stems on them. Steam couldn't take time off' for an after- things available.on hand and To get inexpensive a copy of materialsnow Book 6

about 2'/ pounds fully ripe pears. apples until tender, not soft. Boil noon game. They did want.baseball, send 15 cents with name,and-address to: l
Crush thoroughly or grind. vinegar, sugar and spices for 15 but had to have it in the cool of the

't I Measure sugar into a dry dish and minutes. Skim and put in fruit. evening. Logic-and business acu- MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Sprinkle heat rash Irritated stin11B
set aside until needed. Measure Boil apples about 5 minutes, not allowing men-dictated the answer to Grif- Bedford Hills,' New York with Mexsana.
i' fruit into a 5 or 6 quart kettle, fillingup skins to break. Seal in hot, fith. Washington now is the night Drawer 10 t Soothes. Save Cools burn.

last cup or fraction of cup with clean, sterilized jars. baseball center of the major Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 6. most in big sizes.

water, if necessary. leagues. Griffith has permission to
Place over hottest fire. Add pow- Pear Honey. playas many night games as he desires Name ............................... MEXSAfflSOOTHING

-dered fruit pectin, mix well and Pare, core, chop and measure except on Sundays or holi- Address .............................
continue stirring until mixture' hard-ripe pears. Add a little water days. MEDICATED POWDER
if to start cooking. Boil
comes up to a hard boil. Pour in
10 Many changes have come to pass
minutes. To each quart of
sugar at once and continue stirring during the past 12 years. Of the 11
chopped pears, add 3 cups sugar,
until mixture comes to a hard boil. 15 major league clubs, all but 5 So ,
Pour in juice of 1 lemon, grated rind of 1h Cnsp-SoTastjr {
sugar immediately, stirring lemon and have facilities for night 'baseball.
teaspoon ground gin-
constantly. To reduce foaming, % ,Those 5 fields remaining in the
Boil until thick. Pour
teaspoon butter may be added. Continue ger. dark and Braves :
are Fenway park
hot, sterile jars seal at once. Orange
; -
stirring, bring to a full, rolling and be field in Boston, Wrigley field in f"p 1
used instead
nutmeg may -
r I r boil and boil hard 1 minute. of lemon and ginger. Chicago, Briggs stadium in De-

j Remove from fire, skim, pour Tomatoes with troit and the Yankee stadium in
quickly. Paraffin hot jam at once. spiced cin- New York. These parks couldn't in-
The peach crop is good this year. namon and ginger root are a splendid stall the powerful batteries of lightson
accompaniment to many meals. RICE KRISPIES I
combination.and oranges are a delightful You'll like the rich. red color of their steel towers now if they

them, too: ,wanted to, because, even though the
Peach-Orange Marmalade. ban on such construction was lifted r
2 dozen large peaches "The Grains are Creat foods"l l
peeled Tomato Preserves. not long ago the material required
6 oranges 2 pounds tomatoes isn't likely to be available until aft Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the \; J"

Juice of 1 lemon 4 cups sugar er the war. whole ripe grain in, nearly all the 'lit ;

Sugar (% as much as fruit) VA cups water protective food elements declared r .

Cut the peel from three of the or- 1 lemon The EvidenceNot essential to human nutrition. ./1'1" I;j, ". .;;
anges into pieces. Cover
with waF' 1 stick cinnamon that General Electric will go "" J 7 .,
ter tender.and Drain boil: until and 2 pieces ginger root into rhapsodies, but we're in favorof '",'"""".CI"'r11... :

night ball. Joe Doakes, the, boy
grind.Cut peaches Use small* firm tomatoes. Scald
\ and oranges (discard t 1 minute. Dip into cold water. Skin, who helps turn out materials for United States War Bonds
He *
peel of other but do not core. Combine sugar, war, deserves a break. probably Buy
likes can't
I' three) into thin lemon, sliced thin, cinnamon and baseball. But
slices and add ginger and simmer together 20 min- off the job. Thursday' afternoon to
see the Yanks and vVhite Sox battle.
lemon juice. Measure and add % utes. Remove cinnamon and gin-
; ; of the amount of Boil ger. Add tomatoes and boil Night baseball provides the answer.
sugar. gently
I until thick and clear. Pour rapidly into until they are bright and clear. Cover Joe can see the game. He is happy. 1 SHE SUCKS YDUEDLOODand '.
And Joe few hundred
multiplied a
clean, hot jars and seal. and let stand overnight. Pack

I I Spiced crabapples are good accompaniments cold tomatoes into hot sterile jars. thousand club treasurer times, makes the baseball

.r- for meats. In fact, Boil syrup until as thick as honey happy. leaves
when you serve meat with a relish and pour over tomatoes. Process 15 The case of the Southern associ- y

such as this, it will even seem to minutes in a boiling. water bath at ation is proof of the value of the LIVING DEATH!
stretch a small meat course: simmering. night game. This fine organization '
Spiced Crabapples. Ranch Preserves. practically owes its existence to Mr.

I 3 pounds 'crabapples Soak dried apriCots'or Edison's incandescent lamp. All
: 3 pounds. sugar in peaches games except those on Saturdays,
overnight water to cover. Drain.
3'cups vinegar Sundays and holidays are played at ,
Measure fruit. For each
quart, make
i r Stick of cinnamon night in Billy Evans' circuit. with FLITI!
-. a syrup of 3 cups sugar and 1 cup: Stop her before she bites
; Cloves water in which fruit was soaked. Evans wasn't wild about night Flit is sudden death to aL mosquitoes. Yesl
baseball Even the dread Anopheles the mosquitothat A
Boil 5 minutes. Cool. Add fruit when he resigned from the
Boston Red Sox and took the carries malaria from a sick man to you ,
Lynn Chambers' and cook until thick and clear. over
,. Point-Saving becomes It presidency of the association. Itdidn't the mosquito you can tell, because it,, ,
Menus syrup too thick before fruit .
kill with Flit. .
stands its head is easy to '
take to find out that ...
him long ...
01 is done, add % cup water. Pour into of Flit today I
Buy supply
I. an ample'
the lights the difference be-
Fried Chicken hot jars and seal at once. \
Green Beans, French Style tween black and red in the ledger. kills flies, ants,

Lyonnaise Potatoes // you wish additional instruction jot Association cities which formerly at- FLiT moths, bedbugs and I
I Chiffonade Salad canning fruit or berries, write to Mist tracted 300 on week days now draw
t II Cloverleaf Rolls Lynn Chambers, 210 South Desplainei 3,000 in the hush of the evening. all yifl*

. Blueberry PieBeverage Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Please enclose The preponderance of evidence fopr. le Rtaee.tomepanfd ; '

l stamped., self-addressed envelop favors night ball. The situation is -
ti ._ for your reply.Released
by Western Newspaper Union. likely to continue. cS

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ticularly advises to take more care lough before returning to oversewservice 'I i 'work from the standpoint of its in-
TEN AMENDMENTS in wrapping parcels thus preventingthe | T TO ;, terference with, or effect upon; navI-
inability to deliver many par- f gation, should submit such protest ,
cels which wes experienced last year. Hervey Bourne, P. O. 2-c with the BE CLOSED IN In writing, with reasons in sufficl- t "
TO BE VOTED ON Christmas shopping should begin at U. S. Navy Air Transport Servi, BIG I ent detail to permit intelligent con-
cord and now stationed at Alameda Cal., arrived sideration.
once and strong paper Protests should be mailed
boxes should be accumulated as home Sunday to spend a fur- CYPRESS TO HUNTING'! to the District Engineer, U. S.
: IN STATE NOV. 7 possible. lough of a few days with his par- Engineer Office, P. O. Box 4970,

ents, Dr. and Mrs.. B. A. Bourne.. Jacksonville, Fla., in time to be re-

This week's' issue carries the first -:-:-:..:-:-:-:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-;-:.:.:..:..:..:..:. Hervey is a flight* .. mechanic.* (Hendry County News) ceived on or before 14--August-1944.

:, 'publication of the ten constitutional Pvt. Andrew J. Kinsey, Jr., writes Certain lands in the cypress coun-
amendments which were agreed toby his wife that he is now connectedwith try In Hendry County, west of the : Edison College Gets

a three-fifths vote at the last session With an evacuation hospital in I I Indian reservation, described as I i
George Hosmer Library
of the Florida Legislature and France but is doing work very similar townships 47 and 48 south, ranges

which will be carried on the General to that he did at home while a 31 and 32 east, will be closed as a II I.

Election ballot 'on November 7 for M Our time-keeper for USSC. Jack says reservation for a period of five FT. MYERS, Aug 9-(FNS) !

ratification or rejection by the electors Boys that he's attended several county years by order of I. N. Kennedy, I Thomas Alva Edison College, Fort ....

of Florida. fairs and one hog-calling contest in I director of the Game and Fresh Water Myers, Florida, today announced U.

Since several of these amendmentsare his life but the noise of all of them Commission. the receipt of the library of George \
of great interest to every citizen J' in theService rolled up together wouldn't beginto Kennedy has given notice, the I Edwin Hosmer, veteran newspaperman

and taxpayer of the state it is well compare with France. legal appearing elsewhere in this who died on June 27.

that everyone make a close study of I edition of the News, that the com- The gift was made by his chil-

them during the weeks precedingthe Friends will be Interested to learn mission will hold a public hearing dren, Katherine Hosmer, of Fort

election. The advertisement that Richard Dwyer, who worked ,,I.Monday 10 a. m., at the Roosevelt Myers Florida, and Bernardsville,

; dill appear in this paper each week at Riddle Field before entering the Hotel in Jacksonville relative New Jersey, and Joseph Blaine

':' until the election. service and Is 'a brother of Neal I to the closing of the described area, Hosmer of Decatur Georgia, In accordance -

,y, The only one of the amendments Dwyer of ,Clewiston, has received a and any person or persons interested with their father's wishes
! :
;., which has been given any great ":-X-----"X-X- recent promotion and is now a may appear in person or by resolution -I Always keenly interested in In-

;' publicity is No. 5 which played an entire Lieutenant (j.g.) with Uncle Sam's or petition. i tellectual things Mr. Hosmer built "-'

;", Important part in the race for At-. The sympathy of the 'Navy. He Is stationed at Pearl Har- Power and authority for closingthe ,up an extraordinary library of his- .

( torney General in-the May Primary, munity Is extended this week to Mr. bor. area against hunting and trap- !torical, economic, political, social (I

': the so-called "Closed-Shop Amend- and Mrs. John Hawkins, whose son, ping is granted under! Section 30, ,of I ogical, religious, and literary vol-

> ment." This amendment provides Lt. .,Claude R.. Hawkins, was killedin The Clewiston Sea-Bees are slowly Article 4 of the Constitution of I umes.

i.t; 'tl at no person shall be twice tried a bombing mission over Ger- getting together In the South Pacific Florida, as amended and ratified by I Some of the books date from the
a 'for the same offense nor compelled many on May 8, He had been reported : Word comes now that Skeet the voters on Nov. 3, 1942, and rules late 1880's when' Mr. Hosmer pion
missing since that time but Weaver Shorty Alderman and regulations of the commission.the I eered
: |n criminal court to be a witness and are as a newspaper man and established -
',, Against himself nor be deprived of the family held out every hope that now stationed on the same island the first newspapers In

life, liberty or property without due he would turn up alright and it is where Dick Hooks and Wilbur Goff Springer and Mora, New :Mexico, at

.;, process of law. The right of persons a sad blow to know that they: can no have been located for some time. west line of the SE.14 of Sec-I that time a territory, not a state.

\ to 'work shall not be denied or longer hope. tion 24, T. 43 S, R. 26 E, and approximately -I It would almost be possible to .

\, abridged on account of their membership -A"bright-spot is that his "sister's' School Board Will parallel thereto, and I trace his life through his books. He ;

:.: or non-membership in any husband, Lt. JV D. Sullivan, arriv- would be about 300 feet downstreamfrom j I owned and operated twelve papers

>. labor union or labor 'organization ed back in the States last week from Increase Janitors' Pay a fixed concrete bridge over during his life and was publisher of \

,!.'. out does not deny to labor the right England where he had completed the waterway on State Road No. 25. I the Southwest Floridian in Ft. Myers

L-:.. Jfor collective bargaining. with an 35 missions in three months over I The minimum distance of the wires until shortly before his death.
y" 'employer. Germany. It is not known how long (Hendry County News) above mean high water would be 37 I His political activities included

t2 The first amendment would permit he will be at home and Mrs. Sullivan With E. M. Cornette, Clewiston feet. membership on the State DemocraticExecu'tive

f':, Legislature. to, provide for a left at once to join him at board member able to be about | Plans of this work may be seen at Committee in Colorado,

/'." 'uniform and equal rate of taxation Springfield 111., and will remain again after a recent illness, the the I U. S. Engineer Office, 575 River- and on the Lee County- Committeehere.

l '.. and prescribing regulations for se- there until he is sent to the Redistribution school board got together for a side Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla., and He served as Colorado State

curing a just valuation of all prop- Center at Miami Beachat meeting Tuesday night in the officeof !at the, office of the Engineer in Printing Commissioner and also as

t:: ; "erty. which time he expects to visit a County Superintendent C, E. | Charge, U. S. Engineer Office, Clew- Collector' of Customs at Denver.
"' Weaver. !iston, Fla. His "keen interest In politics Is
few days in Clewiston. [
,. The second resolution provides for
t Discussion centered on salary increases I It is-not proposed to hold a pub- shown by the biographies of such
the formation of three new senatorial 'i.,;1\
< districts, one made up of Os- Sgt. Peter Chagaris, former.dis- for all school janitors in the ;j jlic( hearing on this application. Any- men as Wilson, Blaine, Garner and f ...,
;' county with the exception of Felda one desiring to protest the proposed so on.
{ 'eola and Okeechobee counties i
one penser of hard beverages at the I I I
' where has 30 ,
enrollment dropped to
:': : "of Broward county and one of Gulf Clewiston Bar here, had almost givenup
; ,' : "and Calhoun counties. pupils. The board voted to pay I
',s, hope of getting any travel experience Coleman Hall and C. F. Pascher of I :N:N:N:N:N:'::N:M:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:M:N NON N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N N N:N:N:N:N:N:.:N:.
,: The third amendment provides during his term of service but 1'
ti, 'that there shall be not more than its different now. Pete has been in LaBelle high and elementary'schools I -
i.{ respectively, $100 month I J. E. BEARDSLEY
.. five Justice districts In each county England now about a month. likes It per t
( and V. T. Brantley $175 for caring I I :
:' and only Justice of the Peace
one i fine, is getting a big kick out of
for both Clewiston schools. Frank I
: lor 'each district to be elected every: everything-as Pete would.
,.' Your years and empowers the Legislature Gibbs of Felda draws $65 per month. I Real EstateRUTH
V :
,. through special act to abolish Mrs. Dorothy Gill, whose husband, .
I:.; tld or establish new districts where Sgt. Hiram A. Gill, was killed in Aerial Power .Line
: R. BEARDSLEYInsurance
desired. the same action which took the life *&?
t The fourth amendment provides of Lt. Hawkins this week received ,Over Hickey CreekThe ..
: .i
:;:..:.'' lor" the election of States Attorneys, the Purple Heart medal and Cita- I i i.: >

,i- :Judges of the Criminal Court of tion of Honor from the War De Florida Power & Light Co. HE.

1C Record and County Solicitors by the partment. A certificate accompanied of Miami has made application to the ;:

j.,',. 0 "qualified voters of their districts in the beautiful medal ,which explained War-Department for permission to ;|
'L' ,,. the same manner that other the reason for, its award, construct an aerial electric power '
F', Officials are elected, the first such posthumously, and that' the purple transmission line over Hickey's L. Burkhardt M. M: Fowler :

:election to be held. in 1948. heart award was established by Gen- Creek, on state highway 25, about '

The sixth amendment provides eral George Washington at New- 16 miles west of LaBelle. Hopkins Building

'tor the establishment by the Legislature burgh, N. Y., on August 7, 1782. The proposed transmission line ,
of a uniform system of county Another certificate signed by would consist of one phase wire and 1:

and municipal government.The President Roosevelt read as follows one grounded neutral wire operating Phone 66 or 27R2 'J; .

seventh amendment provides : In grateful memory of Ser- under potential .of 7620 volts. -'

that appointments made to fill vacancies geant Hiram A. Gill, A.S. No. It would be located 110 feet east, of 1 H N N:N:N N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N;N:N:N:N:Y N:ti M N N:N:N:..1.:.,:-:N:..:N N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N N:M:N:N:N:.
in any elective office shall 3453108 who ,died in the service of .
bold good only until the first Tues- -._ ._ ... ._ f .. ..
his Country in the European mea on -- -' --- --- '

day after the first Monday in January May 8, 1944. He stands in the unbroken ,
next after the election and -
line of patriots who have I '
qualification of a successor and pro- dared to die that freedom might live THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. '
Sides further that election to fill
and grow, and increase its blessing.
xincxpired terms shall begin the
on Freedom lives, and through it, he
lirst Tuesday after the first '
Monday lives, in a way that humbles the undertakings r&SfsJ I
.. : 3n the election.January following such special of most men. :

. ,t The Citation of Honor from Genl.H. : -
. ; : eighth amendment again
r H. Arnold read as follows: Unit- -
"brings the matter of '
electing !: ,
ed States Army Air Forces, to Ser-
: Bounty commissioners for four-year
geant Hiram A. Gill
who gave his
terms which
was previously
life in the performance of his duty
"by the voters. Those commissioners -
on May 8, 1944. He lived to .bear r ,
elected in 1944 for the even
r- his country's arms. He
: 'numbered died to save
districts would serve two
its honor. He was a soldier and t
f I
7 : years and for the odd districts four '
years and thereafter all terms shall he knew a soldier's duty. His sacri- i 1 '- {v.-I i 'tad -
'Tie for four years. fice will help to keep aglow the
flaming torch that lights our lives
The ninth and longest amendment
"relates to the consolidation of -that millions yet unborn may ,
certain -.
know the priceless joy of liberty.
offices in the counties of Dade ,
TL- and Orange. And we who pay him homage and "

The tenth amendment revere his memory, in solemn pride .r.C I
relates to
'the assessment of property in Hills- rededicate ourselves to a complete :
4 fulfillment of the task for N ; '
which he -
; borough county and Is of interest to J
"other sections of the state only in so gallantly has placed his life! upon -- -
'? the altar of man's
new plan of making the county s I
tax: assessor and collector the .
agency } -
"tor assessing and collectingtaxes Mrs. W. R. Broadrick received \''' .' i/

-wf all agencies ,within the county. quite a ,surprise Saturday when her '"l.t'R : j

brother, Lt. Carl H. Hansen, homo "', ,*. I I
''Coastguardsman on furlough from foreign serviced ; 'i *. ',;. I

came in for a brief visit. He has ":; .
: ::,; : ',' .tt ; ,
been overseas "
nearly two years. .... : .. -
Lt. Hansen said he : : :: ..:..:? 9.. & 'ft I Ii '. .
(Continued '
from rage 1) was mighty i .. ,' \.. :. -' A'ffl-l '
? 'shore No matter where we were, glad to step onto good old USA "J'I': ;;:i': ,(.:l ':, I
It seemed, we were In danger. After soil again. He says that of all the ; >:'. ._ :;t i ...
the first 72 hours wegained a secure places he's been he's never seen any i .

: foothold and" from then on itwasn't that could in any way compare with 'Good morning,Doc.Your good wife tells me people realize that a large part of the alcohol i.you're i.:

so bad. his own country. He thinks Cle;: : working night and day now that so required to make the medical supplies thatmanyoftheyoungerdoctorsareinthearmy"
Harrell has been in the Coast iston is a great little town and can ;
are being used right this minute to alleviate
w I
Guard 15 months hardly wait until the
and has participated war is over
''That's right Judge and I'm dI'met1l1 combat infection and save human
!t in several Pacific invasions and he can come back here pain, j
to mike
including the Marshall Islands his home.Lt. able to do it.Had a long letter from Harry... lives, is produced by the beverage distilling :

campaign. Hansen has been .in service that bright young fellow I was breakin'! In'G industry. For nearly two years this entireindustry : .,,

for almost four years and recently take over my practice. He said the boys fa has been working night and,dajf -

: Mail- completed a tour of Italian fronts. -- the service are getting the best medical carl producing nothing but alcohol for the !

He was rather disappointed in net r $f any armed force in our history. They government's program.' L,t3ffi Z5FSk&*

1''fChristmas, .' getting to see any of the local boys rejjfly! should with ,those brilliant oetors"Nobody knows better than I, Judge,. I -

:. (Continued trom- Page' 1.) ,,ho"are stationed there. : and plenty 9!tuppCe! to work with'Speaking :/* what an important contribution to our war.) '

dies this year to all members of He left yesterday to spend a week : of supplies, Doc, not many .effort that has been.1 V "----- ,> ; ;
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