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 25, 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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By Sugar CorporationLeases Tickets To Sell

GUEST SPEAKER ATKIWANISMEETING Season tickets for the approaching -

have been granted by the football season, good for the

'> U. S. Sugar Corporation to the Ohio ,TO AVOID EXAMSDrivers' five games- to be scheduled for the CAR HERE TUESDAYJuanita

: Oil Company for oil and gas exploration home gridiron, will go on sale Sep

rights on 11,404 acres of tember 1. The Girls' Varsity Club

.r .- land in Martin, Glades, Palm Beach, licenses are now on sale will have charge of sales under the Stegall, six-year old

i and Hendry Counties., In Clewiston at the Sugarland Service I supervision of M. L. Pape and C. A. daughter of'Mr.. and Mrs. J, A.
W. Lindsey
C. ,
Wing, Commander
filed in West Station and motorist is being Martinez, members of the Athletic Stegall of Moore Haven, received
/1- ,of the RAF at Riddle Field, was the The leases were, ,, a
guest speaker '"at, the ,Wednesday Palm Beach, and it was reported urged by the county judge's of- ouncil. badly broken and lacerated left leg

of th'at the figure included 2100 acres fice' to buy their license now and Provisions will be made for seat and pther minor bruises when she
! evening, meeting_ ,, the ,KIwanis
the various' .
f,... in Paml Beach county.. Figures avoid a last minute rush which may ing patrons at games.A was ,struck, by a car 'driven by Mrs.
.,. Club. ._ is '
twenty cent saving effectedby
?::' Commander Lindsey' first stated were not given for ,the, other coun- develop before the deadline, October per Ruth. .B: !Owens, Monday afternoon
will not be buying the season ticket and all Mrs. Owen had just backed
: : ties.; 1. Extra help providedto away
field here '
that September 15 the
on are urged ,to at, this time.,
':: take care of late applications. I buy from the curb in front of her own
will celebrate the fourth anniversary '

I .. ,of the Battle, of Britain,: the Football- Squad"'To)I Patrolman R. E. Hamrick states I Contributions ,Are I store and started south on the one

full" story of which will 'never' be that every motorist who now has a way street in front of the post-office

3 license will save himself considerable when Juanita, who had been in the
: told, he said, until the war' is over. Leave SundayFor Needed For Moving
trouble by having it renewedat Ben Franklin store shopping ran
Then will be disclosed the superb '
time. Training CampThe this time for if it is,put off or'' Livestock Market out and started across the street to
job the RAF did at that ,
He then spoke of'the'training and forgotten until after October 1 an the car :in,; ::which] ,her parents were

examination will have to be taken parked on the west side of the street.
instruction RAF (Hendry County News)
of pilots under the Clewiston ,High School football
and these examinations are being The job of moving the state live- Running between parked cars she
program and said that both the squad, under the direction of
American' ,and :British Systems' -iOf Coach Bernard Myers, is leaving g made. more rigid each year. stock market cattle pens from La- could! not see Mrs,-Owens' car and

i' pilot training were due, to ,a Certain Sunday afternoon for Camp Wingman Applicant for an examinationmust Belle to a permanent location at Mrs. Owens could not" see her. until

& Col. Barry of the,.RAF in _the_ .first at ''Avon Park for a twelve-day, pass a road rules test, a road I Goodno adjacent to the Atlantic too late to stop.

f World War,'who introduced combat t football camp. signs test, an eye test and the usual Coast Line R. R. tracks is now well City Marshall Taylor was standing
test of actual driving.He in front of the post-office when
conditions into training for fighter The boys, while at camp, will '
-- also points out that out the 'accident occured and saw the
;' any state marketing board is
; pilots. adhere to a. strict routine with, two
Y of state person who comes 'to Florida standing the of tearing entire happening. He'' rushed to
He expense
said that up until 1941 when practices daily, skull drill, lectureand
to work, or to place children in down the sales arena and at pick up the child but her father was
f, the Battle of Britain was well underway planned recreation period. The pens
school, must secure, at Florida there ahead of him. They placed
that his government had a camp routine will provide for ten once, a. LaBelle and rebuilding the overall
,. central flying school in Englandwhere hours of sleep every night.. driver's license as well as ;a structure at Goodno. The board her in Mrs. 'Owens' car and with Mr.

,'; all training was done. Then Mr. Myers expresses his appreciation Florida tag.Patrolman. has a crew of men employed on the Taylor driving rushed her to the

in 1941 was organized the Empire to all who have helped in making Hamrick is available e job and work is progressing satis- Clewiston Hospital for ,emergency
'\ in LaBelle for examinations any factorily. treatment. .She was then taken to
Central Flying School in Canada the camp possible and to Bob

which he called the Parliament of Dacey for assisting in planning the morning. Examinations are given However, it is up to the Everglades another hospital, the location of

Flying. Instructors were chosen menus. in Moore Haven Wednesday afternoon Cattle Association to trans- which has not been announced. -:

". 'J from the best talent available fromevery Boys who will make the trip arMarty' e from two to five at the courthouse port the lumber and other materials I Apparently only,, ,the front wheelof

and in Clewiston Saturday from the old location to the the car passed over the child andthe
part- of the Commonwealth, Waldron, Jackie Redish, new, :a
,\ ,- the;. Occupied Countries and the Lewis Blount, Johnny Sullivan, Richard afternoons from .2 to 5 at the Sugar- distance of nine miles. Since there fact that Mrs. Owens stopped so
land Service Station. numerous'trips quickly is believed by Mr. Taylor .
are to be made, the
Pape, Beryl Ingraham, Sammy
tartics to be the only reason her life was
5- Young, Gilbert McLeod, Melvin Tor- hauling will run into money approximately I;
saved for the rear wheel, judging
opportunity was given for better bert, Curtis Pullen, Buddy Poole, t:NNNNN. :NN. .N.N.NM. :N:N:N:N:NN. .: :.iNM. :N.M:N:N:" $300, according to an from the way she was lying when
understanding. Junior Wilcox, Junior Martinez, estimate made by County Agent H ,
picked up, would have run over her
L. Johnson
Commander Lindsey did not com Dean Holland, Horace Brown, Cur chest

ment on the RAF training in this tis Lightner, Frank Conkling, Horn J. B. Hendry and Joe Hilliard or head.
country and closed WithOut bought and donated the land to Capt. M. M Cash and another doctor -
by saying that er Hand, Russ Owens, David Thom
when the war with Germany is as, Bruce Beardsley, Buddy Trice, house the new cattle market, three from ,Riddle Field rushed to the

through, and he thinks that will be Charles Benbow, Robert Newmanand W) acres. The United States Suga Clewiston Hospital to assist with the

soon, that the RAF and the English Clarence Stiles. Corporation of Clewiston supplied case and stated that while the leg

armies will proceed immediately to H Boys equipment to vise in making the fill was badly mangled that she would

-- the East to knock Japan out of the on the market site., probably regain complete! use of the \ ".
. Garrington limb although many weeks of hospitalizatioa -
.' war ,as soon as possible. < The .cattle association has issued
" ,. in- the j will probably be
{ Weds ,Sgt; Nelson an ,.appeal,'to,_ all:cattlemen thi re-- nt..:
quired. ;
-.) MRS:: C; TJ. McIiEftDGKXHONOREDWITH : r" area for contributions towards pay- "

-., BRIDGE-SHOWER Here On Tuesday .t ing the hauling bill. So far $90 i Juanita's father is a primary
; I instructor at Riddle Field.
Service has been donated by W.' L. Koon o f

; \ Mrs. C. L. McLendon was guestof Punta Gorda, C. C. Carlton of Ar- --
Miss Doris Garrington of, Norfolk, ( CIRCLE )MEETS
\' honor at a lovely surprise stork Va., and M-Sgt. Harry A. Nelson o f cadia, Belle Glade Lumber Company -

.. shower and bridge party Thursday the U. S. Marine Corps ,were united Silver Lake Ranch, W. D.Roberts The Lorraine Tilford Circle met
y. night given by Mrs. C. H. Berner, in of Immokalee, James 1
marriage afternoon
Tuesday at
Mrs.' E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. C. Nowlingand the home of Mr. Nelson's-aunt, MrsW. Weathersbee of Felda, Earl Murray Tuesday at the home afternoon of Mrs.for A. G. Twiddy ).

";. Mrs. Melvin Wilder of LakeHarbor C. Prewitt, Rev. B. H. Conderpastor Master Sergeant H. A. (Gus) Nel of Denaud, :W.: 'T. Hull and R. N: monthly business meeting.the After regular

at Sugarland Park Audi of the Moore Haven Baptis son who was employed in the timekeeping Miller, who gave $10 each. a
short business session and all reports
\ torium. department of the U.' S. S. C. The cattle
Church, performing the ceremony in market is intended to made, refreshments were served

,! The numerous and attractively the presence of 'a small circle o f before entering the service with the serve livestockmen of the area surrounding and the group all went to the

wrapped gifts were put into a bas friends. U. S. Marines, spent a couple of days LaBelle which, means, Red Cross room and made bandages.

sinette and bath table, gifts of the The bride entered on the arm o g here this 'week with, his uncle and Hendry Glades, Collier and por This circle meets an hour early and

hostesses, and were opened at the M. M. Prewitt with Mrs., Pat Me. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, tions of Charlotte' and Palm Beach will, assemble at the Red Cross

beginning of the party. Gehee as her only attendant. Dan: and while here took unto himself a. counties. room each month for bandage wak

Following the'shower four progressions Padgett of Pahokee was the groom's wife, Miss.Dor'is. Garrington. of Nor County Agent Johnson and cattle ing. Present were Mrs. Leon Bem-

of bridge and Michiganwere attendant. folk, Va. men are making, 'everyeffort to have bry, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs. Floyd

played.. At bridge Mrs. N. V. The marriage vows were spoken His parents live in Fort Meade andit the market in operating condition: I Andrews Mrs. J. Rogers, 'Mrs. W.

S. Mumford was high receiving a before an improvised ,altar of ferns s was there that he spent most o If soon so' that sales may be resumedin R.. Broadrick and Mrs: L. L.. Tanner.

ruby and crystal glass vase; second and other greenery flanked by baskets his leave after 26 months in the the near futurel'I: I \ 4

prize went to Mrs W. C. Prewitt, a of pink gladioli. Nuptial
milsic South Pacific. He had been in the
crystal hors d' oerves plate; Mrs. was played by Mrs. Prewitt at Marines for a short while when the Girl Scout Patrol PARTY ON BIRTHDAY DUX A WAY HAS 1.-,
Jack De Valcourt was low scorer, the piano. ;
war started so has been in most of "
receiving a covered crystal candy The bride wore a wedding gownof the hot spots the Marines have Meets On ThursdayThe Christine :

,, dish and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre won magnolia petal slipper satin madeprincess found up to date Imagine he could twelfth Dunaway celebrated her .
birthday with a party at her
the cut and 'Evergades--Patrol of Girl \
received a crystal cigarette style with sweetheartneckline have told some mighty interesting home ,
box. At Michigan Mrs. O. A. and medium train and a stories concerning Guadalcanal, Scouts met Thursday evening at the and Tuesday. Games' were played !
Jones won first prize home of Mrs.' B. E. Thompson.. refreshments o'f cake and punch '
a lovely crys.tal fingertip veil ,of illusion-with Bouganville and other spots but
bowl, Mrs. Arthur Bong A cast was selected for the play were served. Many nice presents .
was second net of duchess lace. She carried a from what we can understand he

high and received a green white prayer book, with gardenia wasn't talking ,and who would expect "Robin Hood." The plawas stu- were received by Christine. 1 ,
Enjoying the occasion
Roseville dish died and the were Peg-
Pottery knitting done during
while Mrs. M. and sweetheart roses. him to when about to get
gy Powell, Betty Jean Sutton Elea-
I W. Bigg was low and received a evening. i
Mrs. McGehee wore pink chiffon married. nor and Joyce Tanner
Nadine Andrews

I crystal relish dish. Present were Betty' Joy Baylor,
, and a corsage of gardenias. Ann Slonaker,. Ann Prewitt,
Shirley' BenboChristine Dunaway
t ,
The nostesses
I served chicken salad A reception followed the wedding Pvt. Jack Long who has been Emma Holland Shirley Benbow, Barbara Moore and j
Jane Sue ,
saltines, iced tea Ezelle ,
and chocolate bride's stationed in Alameda, Cal. with the Margaret
t ceremony. The table- wa Mauryne Johnson .. Rachel Miner, Himrod. 5 5r <
cake to the following: Mrs. Frank Air been ; _,
i covered with a lace cloth and centered Corps, has just transferred : (- --
Mary Elissa Mueller Ann Prewitt,
Conkling, Mrs. W. H. ,
Lanier, Mrs. with a bridal cake decoratedwith to Sebring and spent the past weekend VORHEES TRANSFERRED *
Elnora Zenomla
-. H. A. Bestor, Mrs R. Y. Patterson Tanner and Ivey. ,
bride here with his parents
a miniature and groom Mr. and Visitors -
\ Cumberlandand
Mrs. H. C. Thompson were Shirley
Mrs. A. W. and lighted with white Mrs. F. Carl Long. several'
tapers in Boyd Vorhees for the
Virginia past
Breeden. ]
I Lawrence, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mrs. Joe .
Hall, Mrs G. E. Etherton crystal holders. Mrs. M. M. Pre The meeting next week will be at years payroll supervisor for the 4:
Mrs. V.
C. Woodward, Mrs. P.I.. McIntyre witt presided at the punch bowl and Robert Hodges, son of Mr. and the ,home of, Shirley>Benbow.MHS. United[ States Sugar Corporation in |

Mrs. Dick Granere ; Mrs. James Wilson of Pahokee had Mrs Arch Hodges, left the first of ; the offices, here, was transferred'
Jr., Mrs. Chas.
Bolton, Mrs. Arthur charge of the bride's book. the week for Jacksonville for preliminary IJEARDSLEY HOSTESS this week to Canal Point where ho "'

\ L. Driggers, Mrs. W.Bong, Mrs. T. The couple will spend his week's examinations for enlistment TO BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY will take over the duties of chief '-?j,I
i G. H. Small I leave in Clewiston and West Pain in the Naval Air Corps. He clerk, of the Eastern Division, 'a po- |;
Mrs. O. A, Jones, ,Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley was hostessto
W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. H. T. Beach after which he will report passed the exams there and was sent the members'of' herhrIdg club sition held for many years by G. ,i
Mrs. back to Camp LeJeune, N. C. He on to Atlanta for further examina lA. Simms who has resigned to enter :1!,
B. A. Bourne
Mrs. E. E. Kelly, at her home south of ClewistonWednesday ,
Mrs. C. E. Miner has recently returned from the tion. We're keeping our fingers other business. Mrs. Vorhees and :
Mrs. .
F. D. Duff afternoon. -,
South Pacific where he has bee crossed for Robert. son will join Mr. Vorhees shortly .
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. N. V. S. stationed 1\Ir5.! H. A, Bestor was winner of very
for twenty-six month in Canal Point. *
/ Mumford, Mrs. Fred Morrison Mrs. S high score prize and Mrs. C. J. ,
Jack De with the Marines. They expect I to Art Lawrence is back in the States -- -.- .:'i.. ;
Mrs. Neilson
otto Larsen was second high.
:Mrs A. O. make their home in Clewiston following Iand from all we can gather is on SUNDAY SCHOOL I'ARTYMrs
Ward Mrs. ,
W. C. Prewitt, Delicious'chocolate cake with
the '4
war. his way home. Seems he called t
Mrs. S. K. Swayne, Mrs. M, W. whipped cream and iced coffee -
Bigg were
and Mrs. Frank The bride is the daughter of M r. Jewel the other:,,night from San Fred Sikes and Wilbur
Rodriguez. served by the hostess to Mrs. Bes
, and Mrs. E. F. Garrington of Nor: Diego and she was at the picture Montgomery entertained the members
tor, Mrs. Neilsen, ;Mrs. R. C. Wilson
I folk and the groom the son of bland r. show and missed the call. Then of their class of the Baptist
' LUNCHEON PARTY Mrs. F. E. Conkling, bins Otto
Mis. ,Harry M. Nelson of Fort came a message from Denver and he Training Union and the members of \ j
---- Larsen Mrs. Mumford '
N. V. S. and
Miss\ Meade. He was employed here by is expected to land back home most Mr. Montgomery's Sunday School !
Marianne Jones Mrs. F.
entertained the United' States Sugar Corporation Duff. in the
"wi'tli any day. class with a swimming party
a luncheon at her home -- ----
Wednesday before in '. ,.
honoring her enlisting the Marin The DuPont Television Station lake on Wednesday evening. A :'

'" Marjorie Apalachicola guest, Miss Corps _before' the beginning of the News comes this woe'k that Thad- WARD, New York is seeking "Miss picnic lunch was served at the Boy i'

Attending P'AUStfn'( ere: Mrs. Pat McGehee, war. dis Wynn, younger son of Mrs A. Television of 1945" in a contest Scout camp. :

I :Miss Ann Owens, Miss President of P. Wynn,, was wounded in the leg sponsored by Aldens Chicago Mail
Long, Miss Laura Jo Ann John S. Scott, the recently in France and is being hospitalized Order Company. One of Dick Pope's The use of vinegar for combating !

Spice Miss Bailey, Miss Roberta United States Savings and _, Loa In England. He writes Cypress Garden's Beauties or Shorty coccidiosis in chickens has been !

,I and Miss Evadine, Moree.Dorothy Knight League' predicts a'nationwfde; built that'-'he'is getting along fine and Davidson's Silver Springs' mermaids found not only useless but possibly

.. ing boqm',during the postwar 'period. there"Js'. ,no cause to WOfl'YwJ' should, just about fill the bill: harmful. ,
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tice. I wish to thank all the people R. C. HEALY,. L. M. VREELAND- ,I less right of way __.15 43 33
New '
The Clewiston I who locate site and THOMAS LYNN Trustees, SW:* of NE%', less right of Tallahassee. Florida :_.':
helped a camp for who are not known to be either way ---_..:..-...____IB 43 33 July 28. 1944 ;
us ((there were at least 100 of them). dead or alive, and if alive MRS.R. SE% of NEU, less right of NOTICENOTICE ,
C. HEALY,. MRS. L. M.: VREE- way '-_L__.:.____.:..:.____15 43 33 is hereby given that the ,;;
Published every Friday in Clewleton,r LAND and MRS. THOMAS LYNN, NEU of SWU, less right ofi I -TRUSTEES OF THE
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS FIRST BAPTIST their wives, and if dead, the unknown way and less.railroad rightof PROVEMENT--FUND of the. State of :
Inc. O. Meaclor Pastor : spouses, heirs, devisees, way -.--,.15 43 33 Florida[ offer for sale and will receive --
grantees, creditors or other par- SEU of SWU, less right of competitive bids in Tallahassee 1'
ties' claiming by, through, under way -.__.-__.....___.__15 43 33 Florida, at 12:00 o'clock NOON, September ;
Entered as second class mail matter Sunday School-9:30; a. m. I or against said named parties; NEIL of SEU, less right of 5th, -i44' for lands In HENDRY ."
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office In R. H. JOHNSTON, who Is not way ._.-___.___.....___.15 43 33 COUNTY, Florida, described as follows ':;
crewiston, Florida, under the Act of Preaching Service-11:00 a. m. I known to be either alive or dead, NW; of SEU, less right of :.
March 3, 1897. B. T. U.-6:45 p. m. and if alive M? S. R._ H. JOHNS- way --._._.._____15 43 33 SVfc of 3.
TON, his -wife, and if dead, the SW;'L of SE less right of Ni, of SectIon 13,
------ Preaching Service-8:00 p. m. unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, way' .-........_._:.-.__._.__....15 43 33 SJ,2 of Section 16, ."
CARR SETTLE, Publisher Rev. J. D. Peebles of West Palm grantees, creditors or other par- SEU of SE%, less right of S'h of Section 31, Township 46
: ties claiming by, through underor way ...-.____...____._15 43 33 South Range 31 East; containing
-- Beach will supply' the pulpit at both against said R. II. JOHNSTON; Tract 8A as shown on resub- 1280 'acres, more- or less. "i: I
Subscription Rnte-$2.50 Per Tear services Sunday. Sunday morninghe O. T. RUSSELL and MRS. divisIon plat recorded in THIS NOTICE Is published in compliance .: rj
T. RUSSELL. his wife, 0.1 Plat Book \2, page 68 Hen- with Sections 270.07. 270.08. and '.
Advertising Raton On Application. will speak on "America's PlaceIn tan, Kansas r dry County Records, being 270.09, Florida Statutes 1941. r .
The'World" and at the evening JOHANNA ':BORRENPOHL, widow [- in SW i4 of _-___._..__.___ 7 43 34 The TRUSTEES: reserve the right to "
William Borrenpohl, deceased Tract 21 as shown on Nat- reject any and all bids I .:
service he will speak on "A Cup of
BT ,
Hoyleton, Illinois IRENE ional Farms Estate Plat ORDER of the Trustees of the
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Cold Water." BORRENPOIIL KASTEN and recorded in Plat Book 4, Internal Improvement Fund of the ,.I:
of Clewiston[ and Hendry County. :MARTIN KASTEN, her husband, page 61, Lee County Rec- State of Florida. :.'-::'
Tuesday the W. M. S. will meetat Hoyleton Illinois, HARRY BOR- ords and re-subdivision SPESSARD L. HOLLAND,
------- -- ---- at 2:30 to plat'recorded in Plat Book Governor. "',
the church study the RENPOHL and MINNE BOR- Attest: '
RENPOHL, his wife EMMA BOR- 2, page 68, Hendry County ,
book Stewardship and Missions. The RENPOHL BROCKMEYER and Records _._.__..._.._.._...._.._ 7 43 34 F.Trustees C. Elliott I. I., Secretary ,/;1
NATIONAL EDITORIAL class will be taught by Mrs. Meador.All AUGUST BROCKMETER her hus- I has been filed against you. I Aug. 4, 11, 1& Fund.25, Sept. 1, J "
members of the W. M. S. are band, THEODOR BORRENPOHLand The suit Is pending in the Circuit 1944.:4
iSSOCIATIOIj EDNA BORRENPOHL, his Court of the Twelfth Judicial[ Circuit[ ,
urged to be present. wife and WILLIE BORREN- I of Florida in and for Hendry County Tallahassee, Florida .
'J POHL and ANNA BORRENPOIIL, and is styled "Sugarland Drainage July 28, 1914 -':,:
his wife. Oakville, Illinois; GUST District a public quasi corporation I NOTICENOTICE
i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BORRENPOHL and DALLA BOn under the laws of the State of Florida, ''. '
I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP RENPOHL. his wife, MARTHA I Plaintiff, v. J.. B. Hendry, et al., De- is hereby given that the '.
COUNTY- IX CHANCERY. EDWARD MARQUARD, her husband IT IS ORDERED that 'ou, the defendants -1 PROVEMENT FUND of the State of .'-f-/;:
Around j NO. 1017 and WALTER BORREN- in the suit are required to Florida offer for sale and will receive ,:.
Sporting POHL and ELLA BORRENPOHL, file an appearance in such, proceedingon competitive bids in Tallahassee. Florida I ",'"
SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT a his .wife, Venedy Illinois ; and the 12th day of September, 1944, and at 12 o'clock NOON. September :
Bernard Myers public quasi corporation under the CLARA BORRENPOHL TWEN- that in default of your appearing, the 5th 1944, for lands in HENDRY COUN- : .
By I
laws of the State of Florida, HEFAL and PAUL TWENHEF- allegations of the bill for foreclosureof TY, Florida described as follows:
Plaintiff[ AL her husband Gorham' Illi- taxes filed in said cauie'wIll be WJ Section 3, Township 46
Tuesday night the Girls' Varsity I IVB. nois, as the. heirs, of William taken as confessed by you; this order South, Range 32 East, containing '
for the com J. B. HENDRY, et al.. Borrenpohl. deceased; the heirs, to be published once a week for four 320 acres more or less.
met to make THIS NOTICE
Club Defendants. devisees, grantees creditors or consecutive weeks in THE CLEWIS is published In com-
other parties claiming by, through, TON NEWS. pliance with Sections 270.07 270.08.
ing football season. Now the girls : NOTICE TO APPEARTO and 270.09
: PAUL BROWN LAND COMPANY, under or against William Bor- DONE AND ORDERED at the Clerk's The Statutes 1941. .
are not going to play football a dissolved Florida corporation, renpohl, deceased; Office, City of LaBelle, Florida, this i to reject TRUSTEES any and reserve all bids.the right to .
and the unknown assigns, successors GEORGE 5th day of August, 1944. '.;,.
hurt we AZOO, who Is not BY ORDER of the Trustees of the-
(though, if many boys get in interest, trustees, oran known to be either dead or alive, (CLERK'S SEAL) ( Internal Improvement Fund of the-
will need some kind of tackle fod- other party claiming by, and If' alive, MRS. GEORGE WM. T. HULL State of Florida.[
through, under or against said AZOO, his wife, and If dead, the Clerk of said Circuit Court SPESSARD L. HOLLAND,
der) but they are going to sell sea- named dissolved corporation; unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, EVANS, MERSHON &' SAWYER Governor. 1"
and do the PAUL BROWN. 818 Olive Street grantees, creditors or other par- Miami, Florida Attest: ,
son tickets to the games St. Louis Missouri, G. A. RAD- ties claiming by, through, under Solicitors for Plaintiff. F. C. Elliott, Secretary '
cheering. The tickets go on sale FORD. 3234 Welsberg Drive, or against the said George Azoo; Aug. 11, 18, 25, Sept. 1, 1944. Trustees I. I. Fund
1 and are good for five home North, St.. Louis, Missouri, and WILLIAM H. WOODWARD and Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25, Sept. 1, 1944.
A. M. KELLER 4 Carrswold, St. MRS. WILLIAM H. WOODWARD, ------- ,
games. I hope we can sell several Louis, Missouri, as Directors of his wife, 140 Valley Road, Web-
hundred. If we don't I am goingto said: dissolved corporation, and ster Grove, Missouri;
Trustees of the assets thereof; All claimants under any of the I lllill r lllIlIlIlIllIl rIIIIIIIIIIIIII:! 1II1IIJUIIIIII 1I1I1I1I111I11 V&IIIIIIIIIiIIlI iIIlIlIIIIIlIII ltlillliilllll 'i>iIIIIIHIItlli!
have the combined wraths of i JOSEPH J. FISCHER, who is above parties and all parties hav- nA
several sporting companies and other not known to be dead or alive, ing or claiming any Interest in ,.
contend with. and if alive, MRS. JOSEPH J. or to the real property herein- t .
business firms to I FISCHER. his wife and if.: dead after described: A.s
Carolyn Bryant, Mamie Trice, June the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees BE.ADVISED that a suit for the :j. .s,
Ellen Dunaway, and Dorothy Sealey grantees, creditors or foreclosure of the lien of Sugarland Help Provide More Guns I ','
other parties claiming by, through, Drainage District taxes outstanding
have been chosen cheer leaders for under or against said Joseph J. against the following described land '
the season. Fischer; situate, lying and being in Hendry yMr. tlnypyfn wffffw.s*+iwpyff '
THOMAS LYNN. R. C. HEALY County, Florida:
and L. M. VREELAND, Trusteesof S. T. R. I &.?(%>&'<*.>? 4. ''J -fe.Ko.x
i the National Farms Estate, S% of NU of NWU ____....12 43 32 E I fi:1A :
WellVe, finally got a football who are not known to be either SWU of NEU south of Nine BUY
camp. We are going to Camp Wing- dead or,alive, and if dead, the unknown Mile Canal, less right of
spouses, heirs. devisees, way _........__.___..._.._.....___ll 43 33 .
man, near Avon Park. We shall grantees, creditors or other par- SEU of NEU south of Nine[ A WAR +
probably leave Sunday afternoonand ties claiming by, through, under Mile Canal, less right of ?
for I'll or against said named parties; way -..____.__.._._____..11 43 33 +
twelve days. try
stay NATIONAL FARMS ESTATEand NEU of SE* south of Nine :s:
to turn correspondent and write this the unknown Trustees thereof Mile Canal, less right of .:. BONDS :

column from camp, giving all the interesting and all parties claiming by, way ---..........._._....__..__.._._11 43 33 o .t ;
through, under or against Nat- NWU of SEU, less right of :: from income x '
details. Tubby Owens is ional Farms Estate, including all way _.__....._....?._?---.---.....---ll 43 33 4 :
coming up for a few afternoons to persons who operate or do busi- SWU of SE 4, less Road __11 43 33 :s: 6A 6 ti .:;.
ness or have operated or done SEU of SEtA, less Road ...-.11 43 33 S h.s.
give the boys a ,little blocking prac. business under said name; NEB of NE 4, less Road and .. OFFICIAL'j

less right of way ..____..,,.._.15 43 33 .. PHOTOGRAPH ..1....
---' NWU. of NEU., less Road and. :: U. S. ARMY .. I f I
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Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thielen are day night, August 27. The publics I \I

the parents of a baby girl born last invited to attend services at all ,FOR SALE-3..bedroom:.
Friday at the Clewiston Emergency times.
? Hospital. house on corner lot. Baby : -
PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Taylor of CHURCH pen, pre-war-

LaBelle are the parents of a baby Dad J C. Hancock, MinisterSUNDAY stroller. A. R. Brink

'.-" girl born Monday at the Clewiston %
I Emergency Hospital. AUGUST 27, 1944 Phone 140-M. 1 tp...

.'::, : ..s -- Sunday School, 9: 45. a. m., Dr. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Donnelly are E. Gericke, superintendent. Classesfor
Lela Brannen was a visitor Miss Lucille Weaver has returned the parents of a baby girl born all ages.Morning .
:,' in Miami Tuesday. from a two weeks' vacation at Wednesday: at the Clewiston Emergency Worship, 11:00 a. m. I FOR SALE-House and
:: Lauderdale'Beach.. Hospital. A nursery for small children is
Fort ,
: ---
,: conducted by the Mothers' Club at furnishings. On Osceola
: ; Miss Dorothy Hay was a
: : Ruth and Charles Prince left the Community Center."Stillness" .
Saunders has returned -
: (- end visitor in West Palm Beach. :Miss Ruby High School. Mrs.
..; -' from a week's visit with rela- Monday after spending two weeks is the theme of the near
'- with Mrs. R. C. Granere and Miss minister's sermon. Mr. Hancock
Jacksonville. R. C.
her Granere
; Miss: Letha Stacey is spending tives in Lois Prince. will preach. Sr., at
vacation in Lake City.
::, .__ Bruce Coleman is spending a couple You are cordially invited to worship Clewiston Inn or Phone
vacation at Bradford I Mrs. R, C. Granere and son, with us.ciiuncii.
:, ., V. A. Reames has returned from of weeks, on I Dickie, left 11onday'for Miami 106-J.J / l he.
Pa. -
in Palm
: a vacation spent West
where they plan to make their 'OF,CHRIST '
, /; Beach.
Mrs. Frank Veltri and baby
: :-. ----- returned from West The Church of Christ will hold
daughter have FOR SALE-34 ..
: $.> A. P. Hoffman, Jr., left Tuesday Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs.. E. M. Cornette and regular services each Sunday morning Plym

,, -'.': for Bay Pines Hospital where he daughters, Edythe Nell and Sue, left from ten to eleven a. m., at the outh sedan good condi--
: will spend a month convalescing Mrs. J. W.' Moore and T. M. Co- Thursday for a combined business Sugarland Park Auditorium, that
'. ::' from an attack of blood poisoning. burn spent the week-end in Tampaon trip and vacation in Kentucky.Mr. place> having been donated by the tion. 5 good, tires. Must
United States Sugar Corporation for
.' business. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop have the purpose until a church can be! sell. ,Room '14, Barracks

0f Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baum returned returned from a vacation and business obtained. There is no minister at I Clewiston. 1
I Sunday from a week in trip to north Florida and the present and the, services will be in tp,
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Tampa. Carolinas.Rev. charge of laymen. The public is II II I
invited to attend this morning II I

Bernie Thompson and Bernard I H. C. Meador is conducting study thanked, and the sugar corporation is I ....'...................,..........'.,..'......'........................._..........................0..
Myers were business visitors in La-, a revival meeting at the First Baptist for the use of the hall. I :
Church. :Milton. Fla This meetIng :: FOR
Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M. began last Sunday. and will con- 'I :;: TAXICABSDAY si
Sat. and Sun. Continuous ,- ...
'\r-' 3, 5, 7, 9 P. M. and Mrs. Melvin Pape and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McCorkle, =: ANDITE SERVICE :44
son, Richard, were Sunday visitorsin f HELP
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bjornson and Mr. We I PHONE 18 *
WEEK BEGINNING AUG. 27 Fort Myers.Mr. .

and Sunday Mrs. Howard at Fort Garren Myers.were fishing have an opening for an ..............................................J..........................................,........w.
& 2SOw,1t's
AUG. 27
SUN. &
MOX-t : W. H. have I.
and Mrs.' Lanier
office clerk who is good
two weeks' vaca- '
returned from a
hereanditk E. of
Mr. and Mrs. C. Denston -----
loothcr tion ,spent at Fort Lauderdale Beach. Tampa were, the week-end guestsof typist and can work at j Johnson's Fish Camp I '
j Mrs. Denston's other, Dr.' J. W.
f Jf Mrs. Carl E.' Johnson and children Ezelle and Mrs. Ezelle. least forty hours per (Near: llimlcane, te) t

': are visiting relatives in Sara- -- "I Clewiston, Fla. ,
week. If
I interested '
this week. see Boats Guide ServiceS
sota J. E.: Beardsley left last Fridayfor and Motors-

.' a business trip to Daytona: Beach Clewiston Motor Com I Rates Reasonable I '..:
1 f Charles Boltonspent, several days and Chicago. While in Daytona he I W. II. Johnson, Mgr.

r this week in Jacksonville on. busi- will attend the state meeting of the pany. 1 tc. "

I ness. American Legion Service Officers.Mr. ::

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Miss Allen returned Monday -
: Margie
and Mrs. John Lucaa and
from Vero Beach where she G. M. FORD :
family are leaving today for Zeli-
was spending a few days.. FOR SALE-One dou. .
wood where they will their
make Civil Engineer and Surveyor .
future home. Mr. Lucaa has takena
Buddy Poole is spending' a few complete. Specializing In Everglades :
position as chief engineer with
5r I days this "week with relatives'in the Florida Dehyration Company of sonable. See M. A. Surveys "

Mulberry. that.place. Phone G6 Clewiston, Fla. ..:
I -- Thomas or call 47-J. .1 .
llr. and Mrs. F. Carl Long were
-: Satur- :Mrs. E. E. Gross, her daughterand ----, ---.--------------------- -- ---. .
Sebring --- -- -
day.business-----.-visitors'- ...-in. ->,;- husband,' Lt. and Mrs. J. Dracy ......................................................**444.* *. *.**!***.***.**.***.**.....-._.................._.........._...J..'..................._.................'.....r....._....................._................. .'I 1

Carlton of Camp Livingston La.' ... ..
Also Cartoon George Williams and Eddie Har- their daughter Kathryn Jean, and J. E. BEARDSLEY "j
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grove were Tuesday visitors in ,Mi: Mr. Gross' mother, Mrs. Ed C. Grossof :
TUES. & WED., AUG. 29 & 30, ami. Manchester, Vt., are arriving today -

... .- for with
y- a visit of several days Real Estate ;

ti:\ \ AlacKialay Kantor's' ;./i2:9.: Dr. W. O. Rigby returned Wed- Mr. Gross -Clewiston.. ;'. !

'\ nesday from a two weeks' vacation,
Prof. M. R. Stroud spent Tuesday: ,- '.. .
with relatives in Miami. N.
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\\Wft\ tP' I in Clewiston conferring with E. M.\ Y RUTH R. BEARDSLEY

ANN Miss Marjorie Austin and Miss Cornette, local school board mem-
DON ber. Mr. Stroud has been attend-
+ CAREY RUTHERfORD Marianne Jones spent the weekendin
At 1IECHE DEE Miami with friends. ing the summer session of the Uni- ;

''r-.' '.---- versity of Florida, where he 'received I Insurance .. .'_
Also Cartoon and Passing Parade Gene and Bernie Leon Thompsonhave his Master of Arts degice
He return to Clewiston : "- '
month's visitin 'plans to \ '
returned a
THURS.-FRI. g., 31, Sept. 1 from; for the ;.
Fort Myers with relatives. shortly to prepare opening, \':<,: :.:;:
'Sweet Rosie O'Grady'with of school. .. ;.' .
.t' : %: \.,;, Hopkins BuildingPhone _:' -
Mrs. W. M. Maun and son. Henryof -..' J '
Jacksonville; are spending a few COMMUNITY HOLIXKSS CHUKCH
NEWS with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. :-
days 66 or 27R2
Thomas. : (Under Auspices of Assembliesof I
"Andy Hardy's Bobby, Montgomery of Stuart has Sunday School;" 10:00) a. m. ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..::

been the*guest:of his uncle and aunt, Morning Worship, 11:00 a, m. -- .rSemnoIe .

Double Life" Mr. and' "MrsW=: :,-A..Montgomery, fora Evening service 8:00: p. m. H............._ .._" -iIIJ-;,........ ..."' _""'"" ... c'y.
'. service 8:00
1 with MICKEY ROONEY week." t, Tuesday night prayer
p. nj. _,-.,' "
FEATURETTE"CATTLEMAN' Miss Marjorie .Austin of Apala- Friday night young peoples meet-

: DAYS" chicola arrived ,,last; week for a visit ing, 8:00 p. m. } Store'
Valley of Vanishing Men Serial with her sorority,?!sister, Miss Marianne i- Revival services, with Rev. H. R. Package; :
will close
I Chapter Xo. 8 Jones. Bagwell evangelist, Sun- -

EXTRA SATURDAY, SEPT 2ND Mrs. C. A. Martinez and sons, Palm Beach Liquors Inc. ,':,

I Jack and Junior returned Satur-
i MID-NITE SHOW' day from Victoria, Cuba, where Look to TheEuLure "0 ,

L f 11:30 P. M.ADMISSIONChildren they have spent most of the summer I ,.'
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._.-.__ 40c with relatives. .' :::;;;<-1.\:>':;;: "-1"" == ,

-- Servicemen in Uniform ._______ 30c Mr, and Mrs. David C. Hancockand

I A SURPRISE THRILLER children returned Tuesday from COMPLETE LINE OF :
\ their, summer vacation. Mrs. Han-
"THE LODGER"with cock and the children visited with
relatives in Orlando, while Mr. Han=: WHISKEYS J -h{

Merol Saunders Oberson and Geo. cock was attending the Presbyterian After The War

Ministers' Convention in Chi-

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Build A Home All At East Coast Prices.'j

PIANOS.Just. : It Will Pay You To

GIN/-Fifths . . ... 2.45 ;j

unloaded another car load of nice ,clean Upright Buy Your Lots RON LEO RUM-Fifth, .. $2.45,/, '1
I Piano. The e instnuiients: arc medium-sized 50 to 55 inches in .:;. ,
I t height, individually selected. All are well-known makes. The NOWCLEWISTON SPECIAL Beer By The Case'; ,;:;:\ A
it finish on many of them can'scarcely be told from new. The actions : ,..'. ',
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are firsUclass and the keys clean and white. Included are several !I "
fclC-plar'I'S ando have all the new tunes on player rolls for them. I I : ,: : ,
These pianos can 1m purchased at a fraction of their original cost. II I ;

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I' f: CORPORATION .,w* Saturdays 9:00 a. m.' to 8:00 p. m.
20G Datura St. West Palm Beach, Fla. ". ..
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NOTICES Respondents 500,000 Everglades Drainage District lof the Ninth Tenth Eleventh, Twelfth I
LEGAL i iI TO THE STATE Or FLORIDA AND I Refunding Bonds of 1944 for the pur- and Fifteenth Judicial Circuits; where IOIEECHOBEE NFWSPAI'ER PUBLISHED

I i TO THE SEVERAL, TAXPAYERS, I pose of ,refunding $8.600.000 aggregate in said Everglades Drainage District I FORT NEWS OKEECHOBEE
PROPERTY OWNERS AND CITI- principal amount of bonded Indebtedness I lies appear on the 18th day of Sep- PIERCE NEWS-

iv: inn cmruiT COURT 01'TILE ZENS OF THE EVERGLADES of said District which was originally tember, 1941, at the hour pf 10:00 o'- TRIBUNr ST. LUCK

rirTKir\Tii JUDICIAL DRAINAGE DISTRICT, A TAXING, Incurred before the General clock a. m., of said day at the Circuit SEBIUNG MARTIN
CIRCUIT or FLORIDA ivAM : DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA Klcftion; In November, 1930, and Is now Courtroom In the Courthouse In the THE AMERICAN HIGIIL.INDS.

) FOR PAIM BE.'1CH INCLUDING. NON-RESIDENTS evidenced by bonds which were out City of West Palm Beach in said Fif- KEY MIAMI WEST HERALD DADJ

COCM'Y.IN OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECTTO : standing June 3, 1941. and are now teenth' Judicial Circuit, and show CITIZEN ,

CHAN CIRY. TAXATION THEREIN, AND outstanding, together with certain interest cause why the prayers of the Petition GLADES MONRGB
OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMINGANY coupons appurtenant thereto for the Validation of said bonds COUNTY _
NOTICE AND ORDER TO RIGHT TITLE OR INTERESTIN and it also appearing that all of the should not be granted and said $4,500- DEMOCRAT GLADE

SHOW CAUSE WHY $4.500'- PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED facts required to be stated by said Petition -'1000 I Everglades Drainage District Re- CLEWISTON NEWS HENDRY
000 EVERGLADES DRAINAGE RY THE ISSUANCE OF THE ABOVEMENTIONED I' and Exhibit by Chapter 75 of funding Bonds of 1944, and the proceedings FORT COUNTY NEWS COLLIER

DISTRICT REFUNDING BONDS, OR TO BE I the Florida Statutes, 1941, are con- of the Board of Commissioners LAUDERDAE
BONDS OF 1944 DATED OC-1' AFFECTED IN ANY WAY THEREBY tained therein, and that said Ever- of said Everglades Drainage Dis- BROW Ann
TOBER 1; 1944; SHOULD NOT I : glades Drainage District prays that I trict in connection with the issuance PALM BEACH TIMES PALM BEACH

BE VALIDATED AND CON this Court issue an Order as directedby of said bonds, should not be validated The publication in each such
newspapers -
FIRMED. i said Chapter 75, and the Court be-, and confirmed as prayed in said Pe- shall be made once each week
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT The EVERGLADES DRAINAGE ing fully advised in the premises, now, 'Litton for Validation for three) (3) consecutive weeks,
a taxing district in the I DISTRICT, a taxing District in the therefore, I'I. I with commencIng -
State of Florida acting by and State of Florida, acting by and throughthe I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that and the last Pblicationtshallltbetnot

'through the Board of Commis- Board of Commissioners of Everglades IT IS ORDERED that all taxpayers, at least thirty (30) days prior to the more than eighteen' (18) days prior

eioners of Everglades Drainage I Drainage District, Its govern- property owners and citizens of theEverglades I II date set for the hearing on said Petition the date set for said hearing. to

District, Its governing. board. ing board, having filed Its Petition for I Drainage District, Including for Validation, the Clerk of this DONE and ORDERED at.the Courthouse
Petitioner, the Validation of $4,500,000 Everglades non-residents owning property or I Court shall cause a copy of this Notice InVest Palm Beach -

vs.STATE. I Drainage District Refunding Bonds of subject to taxation therein, and all and Order to be published in the following this 16th day of 1944., Floida,

OF FLORIDA and {he 1944 dated October 1, 1944 and It ap- others having or claiming any right, newspapers published in the I ''s| August
taxpayers property owners and I pearing in and from said Petition and title or interest In property to be I following counties respectively, (tho I TJOSEPH S. WHITE
itizens of said Everglades Drain- the Exhibit attached thereto that the affected by the issuance of the above I counties in which the Everglades JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT .
age District, Including nonresidents I Board of Commissioners of Everglades mentioned bond. ,or to be affected in Drainage District lies) : I COURT OF THE FIFTEENTH .

owning property or subject Drainage District has adopted a Reso- any way thereby, and the State of j I'I JUDICIAL STATE CIRCUIT OF THE

) to taxation therein. lution authorizing the issuance of $4- Florida through the i State Attorneys i I NAME I OF COUNTY IN WHICH :Aug 18-25 Sept.OF 8 1944.iy. FLORIDA..

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NOTICE OF ELECTION ninth (39tn> and Forty-first I41st I That the following amendment or Sec ertj WIthin IUd municipality or and on and
... WHEREAS. The Legislature ot 1943 Districts thai be elected for a term tion 24 of Article m of:: the Constitution tttwn and not otherwise of the of after the expiration
under the Constitution of 1885. of the of four yean and the Senator trom of the State Of Florida relating The t each of said County
Counties said
State of Florida, did pass 10 Joint Resolutions the Fortieth (40th District elected to uniform county and municipal government and etch ot Dade and Orange of the County COutie the office
of two from the the classification municipality town. districtand Solctr
proposing amendments to the for a term years ano 01 Pt
other ing Attorney ,
Constitution of'the State of Florida, and time ol the General Election: of 1944 cities and towns: DC and the same 1*. created special taxing districts now said b allahe ,
bv Counties
law and
She same were agreed to by'.8 vote and thereafter said Senator shall De hereby agreed to and shall o* submitted after or which may be here- of the County t dute
of three-fifths of all the members electedto elected for a term of four years except to the elector' 31:: the State wountles created ov law in each 'of said said SHclt e
each house: that the votes on said in case of a vacancv in office of Florida at the General. Election ol lower hali retain and control the of the State the dutie .
xr fix Attorney
office Secretarv of State' their respective budgets in ,each said
Joint Resolutions were 'entered upon Filed in Representatives to be acid in 1944 .or the Counties ,
their respective Journals. with the yeas June 14 1943 for approval or rejection, that is tc purpose Of measuring and 1m- "
and nays thereon, and they did deter- say that Section 24 of Article m of Posing the millage to be imposed upon Section 1.l.On and .after the expiration' -

mine and direct that the said Joint A JODTI RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of:: the State ot Florida Property valorem in said Counties subject toad of'-the "terms of the Clerks --"
or other like taxes within of the
Evolutions be submitted to ,the electorsof Amend Section 21 of Article V of the be. amended v as to read as follows each Criminal Court of Record of

the State at the General Election ,in Constitution of the State of Florida : district respective or municipality. town. Dade and Orange Ountle. for which __
Section 24. The Legislature shaH other special taxing area, they each are have been
November 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Justices e and the sering' '
NOW, THEREFORE, 1, R. A. GRAY. of the Peace establish a uniform system of county of said Counties County rax Assessor- In each elected on 1. 1945. the offices
Secretary of State of the State of Florida. LEGIS- and municipal government: which shall shall in determining of the Clerk of the Criminal Cou
BB IT RESOLVED BY rim be each assessment add the; amount:levied of both Counties
'\lo hereby give' notice that a applicable except in cases where Rcord
by such millage to' the the
GENERAL ELECTION local or special laws are provided or Civl Courts of Record
That the following amendment to Sec- amount imposed by the respective and the
win be held in each county in Florida Article V of the Constitution may hereafter be provided by the Legislature ;- : Crimes in Dade
tion 21 of:: Bounties of Dade and 'Orange; County be abolished
that be Inconsistent and the
the first mav shall'al
on Tuesday State of be and
of the Florida Section 2. That 'on after duties .of _the Criminal ,
Monday in November. A. D. 1944. the therewith. and mid Cerk
and the
is hereby agreed to
said Tuesday being the the same Filed In office .Secretary ol State.. night. December 31st. 1944: the/County Court of both Counties ;
shall be submitted the qual
same Tax Collectors and the duties of the :
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER June 10. 1943 of the' Counties of Clerk of the
ified electors at the general election Dade and Civil of Crimes
Orange. State of Florjda) Cour in Dade County
for the ratification or rejection of the
1944 ratification or rejection:
said Joint Resolutions amend- In A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to shall each become the Tax; Collector shall asumed. taken over, and
ments to the Constitution proposing of the State "Section 21. There shall be not more each Amend Section Six and Section Seven for all ad valorem 'and: acreage taxes become a part the duties of the ;
Justice Districts in i
than five of Article XVm of the Constitution of levied and imposed for the;calendar respective Clerks of Circuit Court
of Florida, viz: eth&
and there shall be elected one
county, the State of Florida Relating to the I year 1945 and subsequent years 'except In Dade and a "y
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace''' for each 'Justice Term Persons Appointedor taxes now required ,to" be col- Section .8. The assumption new :
the Amendment of Section 1 of Ar- District, who shall hold office for four e fedorceFf; Vacancies In Elective I lected by the Clerk of the Circuit duties under the provisions o this :

ticle IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are Offices Under Said COnstitution. I Court) within each of said Counties. Article shall not entitle any
Relating to Taxation. hereby recognized, but the Legislature and Including all County t'axes' and to Increased compensation: OftC'
by special Act from time to
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE may all ad valorem and acreage taxes Imposed officers upon whom such anew
the boundaries of any
time change shall
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: by any municipality town. dis- be Imposed shall continue
That the following amendment to Section -
That the following amendment Section I such District now or hereafter trict or other taxing district upon governed by the general law of the
abolish 0 and Section'7 of Article XV111 '
Constitution and may establish new or property within each of said Counties State as it now 1s, or may be here.
1 of Article IX of the hereafter of the Constitution, of the State of t
any such District now or and the Legislature after, as relates to the fixing of their .
and provide that
of Florida relating to taxation be existing" Provided however Florida be. and the same la hereby may
the same is hereby agreed to and shall each of said Collectors shall also col- respective salaries or ,prescribing their '
that such changes shall be sub- agreed to. and the same shall be sub-
any maximum
any other taxes, licenses or excises compensation from fees: ,
Ie submitted to the electors of the mitted to the qualified electors of the
the so
mitted to people any
within said however that each officer
State of Florida for ratification or rejection Counties. Such col- provided
affected by referendum at the next State of ,Florida ratification or rejection -
at the next General Election lectors shall each remit to the desig- assumes the herein
election. at the next ensuing general
ensUing general additional
to be held In 19<<, as follows: nated proper officials of each taxing duties. take over
Filed In office Secretary of State. election. that Is .to say: That Sections allowed such
authority 1n
Section 1. The Legislature shall provide June 10 1943 0 and 7 of Article iviii of the Con- such their respective Countiesall of asistant. employeesand
for a uniform and equal rate of stitution of the State of Florida. be taxes collected 'forthwith or expenses assumed
as may be provided by law. Each Tax as may be approved by the Budget
taxation that it
except may provide amended to read as follows:
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Collector shall collect each Commissions of such Counties
for special rate or rates on Intangible "Section 0. The term of office for tax state o b
Amendment to Article V of the Constitution ment in full such other
and shall Issue but one supervisory authority
but such special rate or rates all vacancies
property appointees to fill In any a
of Florida by adding theretoan tax statement may be established
which shall Include by the
all ,
Hall exceed mills the dollar of the
not two on elective offices under this Con- Leglature.
Additional Section Relating to the ad valorem Notwithstanding
of the assessed valuation of ouch stitution shall extend only to'the first or acreage taxes assessed : any ( I
of State Attorneys. Judges of during : cial laws the provisions
; Election any one calendar year upon of Article
intangible: property; provided. that as dAy'after the first th
Criminal Courts of Record and County eleMondayan each parcel of real property and upon shall be self-executing Legis
to any obligations secured by mortEsge :January next after the
the and Solicitor each lot of lature
Solicitors (except Judge personal property, and all may give reasonable
deed of trust or other lien, the of the Court of Record of Es- qualification- of a successor. i tax certificates shall be Issued to coverall tation t the words, phrases interre
Legislature may prescribe an Intangible cambia County), and Providing for fill. "Section 7. In all' cases of taxes upon each parcel of real tions this Article and direct their
tax of not than two fill vacancies in office such elec-
more (2) Ing Vacancies In any of such Offices I property for each calendar year and effect by related laws. The Legislature -
tnllla on the dollar which shall be 'tion shall be for that part of the
Prior to the First Tuesday after the shall be sold by each Collector Is control the
: as\ compen- ,
payable at the time such mortgage, First Monday In January, 1949.. by Appointment unexpired term commencing on the or may be provided by law. as relates nmblgw officer and the -l
deed of trust or other lien is prevented by the Governor ,and Con. : first Tuesday after the first Monday" to County Taxes and tax certificatesnot of each office af-
for recordation said tax to be In January next after such election.
irmatlon by the Senate. sold ,
: and which abolish
by law or fore- may
la lieu of all other Intangible assessments Filed in office Secretary of State fe
such The BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE June 12. 1943 closure are converted Into title may system where they exist in Dade
on obligations. special OF TIm STATE OF FLORIDA: be so converted by the respective and mav cntrl all

therefrom rate or rates or be the taxes collected the That Article ,V of the Constitution of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing 'to Counties and the property sold for the fees and charges of ofices o officials -
may apportioned by -
rata within each of
pro benefit of each
the State of Florida be amended -by Interested Countie.
Amend Section 5, Article vm of the
legislature and shall be exclusive of
Section 9. Section
taxing authority 20 of Article
adding thereto, an additional sectionto : sales shall be made HL
an other State County District and Constitution of the State of Florida and penalties and Interest for delin- and Section 5. 27 and 30 of Article V
be known as Section 47 of said Article .
municipal taxes; and shall prescribe relating to the election of State relating to County Commissioners. quencies Imposed as provided by law and Section 6 of Article V. and Section .

such regulations as shall secure a just Attorneys Judges of Criminal Courts BE. IT RESOLVED BY THE c LEGISLATURE for County taxes: each taxing author- 5 of Article I. Consti. I

valuation of all property; both real of Record and County Solicitors (except OF THE STATE: OF FLORIDA: ity, where it has a tax Interest may tution of the Florida shall
and personal, excepting such propertyas That Section 5, 'of Article VIII of remain
the Judge and Solicitor of the purchase property sold for' taxes or on in full force and effect and
be exempted by law for municipal the Constitution of the State of Florida said
may Court of Record of Escambla County) foreclosure, and all moneys derived of said Articles and the
education; literary scientific relating to County Commissionersbe other
and the same Is hereby agreed to, and from such sales, and from penaltiesand provisions of the COntitutio
-religious or' charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of and the same Is hereby amended; Interest shall be collected and of the State of Florida !

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

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

in Office Secretary ot State be held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general elec- age districts or other taxing districts save and except as they mv each

-May 20, 1943. I first Monday In November 1944. aa ,folloW tion of Representatives to be held in according to the proportion of taxes relate to such offices and syste

!!: 1944 for approval or rejection. That levied by each upon each parcel or of taxation and fees in Dde ad

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys Judges Section 5, of Article VDX as amended piece of property Involved. Orange Counties Florida, as thin--"j

*n Amendment to Article 7. Section 3. of the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows Section 3. Municipalities in each 'ot such offices system and fees ,!
of the Constitution of the State of "Section 5. There'shall said Counties. such Sections "
County Solicitors (except the Judge be one said Countie may by special election and the'
Florida Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Recordof County Commissioner In each of the to be prior to December 31, 1944. Constitution shal be modified and ::

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

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

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

Designate Calhoun and Gulf Countiesas "The first election of State Attor- Board of County Commissioners In the notice by publication, call a special to Article VHI ot the Constitution -

a Senatorial District neys. Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from time election to be participated in by the of the State of Florida Relative "

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries of such districts qualified freeholders of such municipality to Assessment ,of 'Property fO

LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: the Judge and Solicitor of the Court Said County Commissionersshall only, who shall determine bya Ta'C and the Collection of Tae by

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

3 of Article 7 ot the Constitution beheld at the General Election In 1948 of said county at the time and hereof be. or not be effective within, Provide that In the County of Hills-

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

and apportionment designating the first Monday in January 1949 and shall hold office for four voting may by majority vote elect to Tax Assessor Shall Propertyof
Osceola and Okeechobee Counties as for a term of four years years Provided that' the County Com- have such municipality come under I the County for the Purpose of LevyIng -

tne thirty-ninth ((29):! ) Senatorial Dis "The term or tenure of office of any- missioners elected from the even num- said Sections or by a like majority of State. County. School and Municipal -

trict. Broward County as the fortieth one heretofore or hereafter appointedto bered districts in 1944 shall serve for thoso voting determine that It Taxes Levied by the State. County.

toW Senatorial District and Calhounand any of the offices herein mentioned two years those elected In 1944 from not come under said Sections. &hal,I County School Board. School District.

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

l4i senatorial District be and the vacancy In any of such offices Priorto for four years and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof or If nicipalities of the County.
same is hereby agreed to and shall be said nrst Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -

submitted to the electors 01 l.orlda Monday In January. 1949. shall be filled that Section II of Article VHI such election prior to December 31. OF THE STATE OF FLORA:

for ratification or rejection at the Gen by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall not be affected 1944. then In either_ such event. Sections That' the following -

eral Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as heretofore hereby" 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective ticle VIII of the Constitution the

Tuesday after the first Monday in provided by the Constitution but Filed In office Secretary of State upon such municipality. In the event State of Florid relative to the Assess
November 1944. as follows: May 27. 1343 ment of all taxes in
In no case for any longer than until municipality elects not to come-
"Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- under Sections 1 and hereof, such the County of Hlllsborough. State of

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

1955. and those that shall meet every "Any provision of the ConstitutionIn Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6, 7, 8. and 9 of this Article. except to be known as .

ten years thereafter shall apportion conflict herewith J Is hereby re State of Florida to Be Known as Article as to the assessment and collection of Section 12. be and the same is hereby
the representation in the Senate, and pealed." XX. Sections 1-0 thereof. Relat- taxes in such which'shall agreed to and shall be submitted to tie

shall provide for lorty-one (41) Senatorial Filed in office Secretary ot State ing to the Consolidation of Certain remain as is municiplty., by law; Electors of the State of Florida to

Districts such Districts to be May 18 1943 Offices In the Counties of Dade and provided however, that at any general ratification or rejection at the general
as nearly equal In population as practicable Orange State of Florida. and Providing city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first Tuesday

but no County shall be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmendment In Said Counties for the Com- upon petition filed at least thirty (30) after the first Monday In November -

in making such apportionment. to Section 12 of the Declaration bination of Assessments and Collections days prior to such election by ten percent 1944. as follows:
.and each District shall have one Senator of Rights in the Constitutionof and Equalization of County. Municipal of the freeholders entitledvote t Section 11. 1. From and after January -

; Provided that Osceola and Okeechobee the State of Florida. Relating to and District Taxes and Per- ; in such ,electon. the question 1. 1940. the County, Tax Assessorin

-. Counties- Florida shall constitute Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrlmlnatlon. mitting Municipal Referendum and whether or shall the County of Hlllsborough, State

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

: District Broward County. Flor- of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the balot. and upon y all State. County. Shool. and Municipal -

ida, shall constitute the Fortieth ((40th) by Providing the Right of that of State Attoornty. and Combining vote to be so municipalityshall taxes to be the Countyby

.Senatorial District and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Deniedor the Clerk of the Criminal and thereafter b bound by said Sections the State 'County. County Sho

Gulf Counties Florida- shall constl. Abridged on Account of Membership Civil Courts and Duties of Tax ,Collector Board School Distric Spial Tu r.

tute the Forty-first (41st) Senatorial ; or Non-Membership In any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Aer School Districts .

District: and. at the same time the Union, or Labor Organization: and Court. and the County Tax Collectors Dde 2. The Legislature shall at the Leg8
Legislature shall also apportion the that and Orange lative Session in 1945 and from
Providing the Right of t Em- BE: IT RESOLVED .BY THB LEGIS- Counties shal
representation in the House of ftepresentatlves ployeea to Collectively Bargain ShallBe LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: charge by way, of, fe otherwise time thereafter, enact laws specifying
-.' and shall allow three <3)) Preserved.BE That of the State upon th municipalities, towns districts the powers functions duties and compensation
the Constitution
Representatives to each within of Tax designated -
ot the five other areas County
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE of Florida the Is tang' AeS0r.
be and same hereby
i mcst populous '
counties. and two (2) OF THE said Counties services in in paragraph 1 of
STATE OF Article XX thereto
.: Representatives to each of the next FLORIDA: amended by adding making assessments and' collections of 11. and shall provide bv law
eighteen more That the following amendment to the; and as amended Is agreed to. and lkewise.
for the
populous counties. and ad valorem or acreage taxes or:other the assessment
Constitution of the State of Florida. shall be submitted to the electors of
',' -one (1) Representative to each of the Section 12 of the duties imposed or to be Imposed here rol of the County Tax Assessor >f
Declaration of the State Florida for
adoption or
Rights of
r' remaining counties of the State at under. The Legislature of the State taxes levied by the State County
.- -the tune of of said Constitution be and the sameIs rejection at the next general election
such apportionment of Florida by law provide ,for pay: County School Board. School District
may. :
'' hereby agreed to. and the be held 1944. to-wit
same shall to In the year :
:Should the Legislature
fall to appor- be submitted to the menta to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities -
CI tion the representation in the Senate qualified electors ARTICLE XX Counties in an amount not to exceedone .

',." and in the House of Representatives. cation of or the rejection State of at Florida the for ratifi- Section 1. That on and after midnight per cent of collections made and Section 12. 1. From-and after Janu-

at any _regular session of:: the Legislature General Election. that next ensuing December 31st. 1944, the County paid by the Collector to each taxing ary I, 1946. The County Tax Collector ,; "
Is to that
at any of the times herein des Section 12 of the Declaration of say. Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade authority, to cover all costs of collection In the County of Hlllsborough. State ci '
: Rights
ignated: it shall be the duty of the of the Constitution of the State of and Orange. State of Florida shall and assessment Incurred by the Florida shall collect all taxes levied :!

.p Legislature such or Legislatures succeeding Florida, be amended so as to read as each become and be the assessors of respective Counties. the County by the State. Countv. E.
either In session of the Legislature. follows'"Section all property In their respective Section 5. That on ,and after the County School Board School Districts. ,

apportion Special the or Regular session to 12. No person shall be subJect Counties and they shall after that expiration of the term' of the County Special: Tax School Districts and Mu- .
representation in the' be date make all assessments of ad Tax Collectors Counties of Dade
Senate and in to twice ,nit In Jeopardy for of the nicipaltc
P the House ol Representatives the same offense,. nor compelled in any valorem and aoreage taxes, and oUlertaxes and Orange State of Florida. for shal' at the L.t-s- .
preceding as herein provided. The criminal case to be a witness against that are or may be 1mposed'upon which said have been elect Islatlve Session of 195. from time ,

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

been taken whichever shall have or property without due processof Including by way of a single valuationall the duties imposed upon the- County the powers. functions, duties andcompensation .

of Representatives nearest any apportionment law: nor shall private property betaken assessments upon property for each T Collectors of the Counties of DatJe of County Tax Collector
In the House in the Senate and without Just compensation. The municipality town district or otherspec1al Orange by law and this 'Aicle. designated In paragraph 1 of this Sec

control in of Representatives. shall right of persons to work shall not be taxing district. in Dade and shal be assumed and taken ton 12, and shall likewise provide fo-

c :ment. In the making such apportion denied or abridged: on account of mem Orange Counties Such ad valorem respective Clerks of the Circuit collection. care. custodv reporting

shall fall to event the Legislature bership or non-membership In any assessments shall be subject to review Court in and for Dade and Orange and disbursement of all tae colleted
} in the reapportion the representation labor union or labor\x organization: and equalization by the County Boardof Counties' who shall then each take bv the Countv Tax Collector ,
Legislature as required by : Equalization of each COunty. which and Filed in office of State
this amendment provided. that this clause shall not be over the books, funds account Secretary
\i.- (and such before its adjournment construed to deny or abridge the rlcht In each County shall consist of the several of the Collector for each an June 14. 1943

'so called for extraordinary session of employees by and through a labor ) County commissioners and one who thereafter, shal be known and The votes cast In compliance with said f
j' be limited to reapportionment shall not organization or labor union to bargain member appointed :from: and oy each termed as both of tie Cir- proposed amendment. and the canvass ;

twenty days or expire at at the until end of collectlvelv with their employer municipality or town In each County cui Court" and "Tax Collector" of thereof shill be ,." :

portionment is all reap Filed in office Secretary of State having a population of more than respective County for which he subjected to the same rc:u1'.tMIS as are ,'' ;
1 seder no business other and than shall con such. May 8 1943 3.000 at the last census: said Board 1 Clerk. provided by law for general elections in ,., :, <*'M _
'1 of Eauallzatlon shall otherwise be governed Section 6. On and after the expiration the State \ *\

reanportlonment Should this by the general law from timeto of the terms of the CountyScllcltor OhlION WHEREOF \ .\:*. '
,' amendment oe ratifiedm A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an time in force pertaining to the ? of Dade and Orange Counties set my u'
the General
; shall Election: in 1944 special 1 Amendment to Section 24 of Article 'equa'lzatlon or taxes, provided every Florida, for which they shall be eachserving and affixed the G-, at ;,' .t "',
elections be
called within ninety III Of Constitution of the State municipality in each Countv paving e at the time this Article is SEAL> Seal of the State of Florida. "l '
days thereafter for the election of Senators of Florida. Relating to Uniform County population of 3000 or less may ap_ adopted the State Attorneys of Dade fit Talahase. the Capital!
the :
in Thirty-ninth (39th). and Municipal Government and the point an additional member who shall and Orange Counties. respectively shall this of July .
Fortieth (40th>. and da
Forty-first (41stSenatorial ) Classification of Cities and Towns be or become a part of the Board of be and become the Prosecuting Officers A. D. 1944 ;
Districts In such speclalOn. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS Equalization for the purpose of equalization of all the Criminal of R. A.-GRAY
\ the Senators in the Thirty LATURE Court '
: ,
of taxes as respects any prop Dade and Orange Counties. Secretary of State. ,


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