Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00143
 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00143

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SCHOOL HALLOWEEN ![REA DIRECTORS Three Women Escape |I Very Light Vote Is

When Car Plunges

CARNIVAL THURSDAY!r HOLD OUT FOR Into Road Canal Recorded In ElectionCity III

IS GREAT SUCCESS BLOCK BUILDINGThe Three nurses from Miami en

route to El Paso Texas, had their -

ttgura released trip spoiled before it got well started Commission Democrats Elected But
I-j sal by the directors of the Glades Electric when their tar a Chevrolet sedan -

shr.o1 on the results of the carnival Cooperative met yesterday in left the road Sunday at the Seeks To ClearStateOwned All AmendmentsAre

Hallowe'en night showed that special session wan Franklin P. Bass ranch four miles south of I
the various grades had netted a Wood representing the engineering Moore Haven and plunged into the LandsThe DefeatedAlthough

total of S691.78 lees a small amount division of the Rural Electrifica- canal None was injured

of Federal tax. Bat Principal M. E. cation Administration, and with the Another car.. said to have been city commission, at iU regular the total vote in Glades

Morrison said there were some building engineer James L. Tuckof passing the women and the driverof meeting Tuesday Bight accepted County was only 02 in Tae*2jt>

supplies still at hand and the sale New York to consider the the ladies' car was momentarily the recommendation of Attorney I general ejection the percentage ol

of those supplies should more than change in plan for the proposed startled when he sounded his J. M Cones that an amount the total registration was probably

make up the tax and probably electric plant building here. The horn just as be started past Pulling equivalent to one-halt the listed higher than for many other larger

would push the net amount closeto directors held oat for the original to one !side she hit the soft value of state-owned lands within counties of the state.

$70e. plan for the type building to house shoulder careened back across the the city be offered to the Trustees Election -officials in the principal

Each grade had some carnival the new plant. road turned sharply back and rolled [of the Internal Improvement Fund Moore Haven precinct said that several .

concession except the first four The original plan had called fora toward the canaL The tar was I I for the clearance of tax liens on ballots were spoiled by voters

grades who pooled their efforts and concrete block and steel structure completely submerged but the women this property. The total offering who did not understand the meth-

their money The Queen contest but because of the fact that opened a window and pulled will be slightly in excess of $1200 od of voting the straight ticket,

big mosey maker, west to the libr- the machinery needed to equip the themselves to safety The tar While much of this property is many marking the ballot for th-e
ary fund plant was much higher than first straight Democratic ticket and then
when pulled out bv a wrecker was in outlying areas, in some In-
The senior etesc showed a profitof estimated the building design was almost filled with mud and hyacinths stances taking satire blocks thereare going into the adjacent column aa4

m. 3. the eleventh grade changed in an economy move the I scattered Iota ail over town. voting for Republicans. One precinct -

U9.31. the tenth grade $155.65. change estimated to mean a savingof -- ----- When one of these lots Is sold by Tasmania is said to have been
the ninth grade $19.", the eighth $10..... The directors felt. the city it is necessary to pay the unable to find enough registered

grade $25.10, tae seventh grade I however, that tack a building, largely SUGAR OFFICIALS TO full amount to the state for clearance voters to keep the polls open s* no
$23.05. the sixth grade $36.73, the of wood, would be subject to sometimes running more than vote was received from there. This

. fifth grade $:*.:6 aDd grades one attack by termites, mold, dryrot. the total received from UM sale of precinct will probably be consolidated

through four $157.76. The queen etc, whereas the concrete block MEET WITH CPA IN the lots with North LaBelle and Muse
contest brought in $175.61. I building would be a permanent fire- before another election.
was a discussion also of
The queen ro&tetU. a separate proof structure, and the i the Glades County voters probably'
sale of
i piece of property
one for the high school and elementary I in coat would be justified by the MIAMI WEDNESDAY remembering that it was a constitutional -
but since the purchasers were
: grades, bad the following I fact that Uttle maintenance wouldbe amendment passed a few
not present at the meeting there
results I needed years ago that has resulted in tine
was no definite action taken.
Twelfth grade< entry 2431 votes Mr. Wood was very sympathetic J. K t rirrson. chairman of the recent closing of Lake Okeechoece
resignation of City Marshall
; eleventh grade with the problem but said he was board of county <'ommi5SioDt'rs. was I G. C. Strickland was accepted effective to fishing expressed their dislike
entry Hiss BHsabeta Jones the unable to assure the directors that informed yesterday by J. E. Caldwell of amendments by defeating all six
f November IS and he wine
: winner 2992 tenth grade entry the engineers: would approve even president of Ruth Sugars at of the proposed measures The debatable
by Joe Crews who has
I 1847; ninth grade entry 125; :yet, the concrete block building Abbeville, I&, that be and other been Nos 4 and S were defeated -
employed at the 3C Ranch for
t eighth grade entry 338 and seventh The change of plan provided for 1 members of the firm would be in several statewide and there was indication -
grade entry 98. In the elementary a frame siding with a layer of i Miami next Wednesday to meet years that all would suffer the same I i

grades the first grade entry. SnI, I transtte on each side, filled withan with the Civilian Production Authority -i fate.

zann* Fleming won high. 1808 i insulating material. seeking a permit for the Road Work StartedAt Senator Spessard L. Holland re-

votes The second grade entry had Poles have now been received erection of a sugar house here. I LaMooreton ClubThe eeired the biggest rote cast for any

84 the third grade entry 245, the i for the canal crossing here aad It had been anticipated that the I state candidate 169 and his Republican

fourth grade entry 75. the fifth will probably be ted"ef1 officials would meet with the CPA I opponent J. Harry Schad,

grade entry 54 and the sixth grade shortly Wire is being strung at board on Wednesday of this week Brinson onstrifction: Com- polled 42 votes. Congressman

entry 857. the present time on the Ortona line but they were unable to get necessary pany of Tampa moved in equipment Dwight L. Rogers received 150

The school faculty did not anticipate but it is likely that the stlh critical papers prepared for prosentareceived Tuesday 5n45 immediately started votes. to 37 for his Republican .opponent .

that the carnival this year shortage of nalormea apreventfihs .b1- -I IW'tft't rQik.on. Roa4t25'aSthe LaMooreSlwClnlJr' : Joseph P.. 'Ma ;f Jerry, :a-t \ ,. .,;. :..
! e. "would] 'tomeTanjr: ;sera. neacsine Jigs lftUWltt1. l '6f"1rui' '1tJ fis 74 u'\5 n l corSer"wor&ing'.the"etr" tai polled *I4}-votSgS :Wllbur <#;&-,, W.ii' ';,

: are for last :year for there were homes for some time after the the comraitrments"for planting miles toward Moore 'Haven and it I King 149 votes and Clinton D.Scalf. .

4 fewer concessions and the queen lines are energized. more than 4.000 acres of cane Is expected that if weather continues -I(I Republican, 39 votes for I

i contest did not bring In near as I in this area and was told that the favorable that the contract ;I!Railroad Commissioner: Edwin G.

i much as last year when it set an County Board In permit would have to be given by will be finished in about three I Fraser bad 144 votes for comp

j all-time high. However the net he Miami CPA office. His telegram weeks.J. troller; Paul Barns had 149 and

I amount it wjfhln, a few dollars of Discussion Of Road I to this effect said. "things I I .'. Black, who has been resident ,Roy H. Chapman 133 for Justices
1 the same apfroiiiaately $TOO haYing 'look very good. engineer for the State Road ;of the supreme court
''i been ntIOftttod as netted last 29 Work At MeetingThe Department on the road south from : In county races J. II. Peeves
County Agent A. G. Hutchinson
1 year. This amount was not broken I Road 80 to Devil's Garden has been 155: votes for representative T. W.
and former county agent F. D.
; down nor was a definite figure boars of county commissioners transferred to Fort Myers with the I ICoker received 151 votes for county -
Yaun talked on Monday to a member -
given I'I't conclusion of that has : commissioner from district No.
spent a greater part of their of the CPA board in Ctewiston work and I
t been succeeded A. Winters 2 and H. C. Taylor 1 tit for
meeting time Monday in a discussion who told them that If papers were,' by A. : commissioner -
New Bus Promised i of the routing and righta- t- properly prepared aad plans presented as engineer on the road 25 work from district 4. Vetton
and the surfacing work Road 29 I Walters had the largest vote east
way for the link in Road 29 at were in order that he couldsee on
l School Board By Bare Beach, money for which construction no reason why the permit south from the Kissimmee River. 163. for school board member from
has been allocated bat Offices will be maintained in Moore I district No. 1 and Mrs. Luveote
should not be issued.
21st Of November work held up because of the dissatisfaction -I I Haven during all of this construction Gorman polled 148 votes as school r

of Lakeport residents Children board member from district No. 3.
Delivery of a new school bus one with the road location The work on Road 25 consists of The much debated amendmentsfour

;. of two under order for several Residents appealed to the board, Playing In Box resurfacing and widening the existing and five, concerned with the
oatH, has been promised on the many months ago to help them obtain road. The road surface is abolition of continuing appropriations -

21st of November the county school a new routing which would i Run Over By Car first scarified aad then thoroughly and the appointment of a state

board was notified at the regular follow more closely the route of I compacted after which a layer of budget director by the legislature

'monthly meeting on Monday. Thto the present road around the lake- Gary Wagl rby. six-year-old son several inches of new Ocala lime was soundly trounced. No. 4 get-

bus will replace the present Citrus shore the proposed routing missIng -!. of Mr. and Mrs Archie Waggerby.. stone is placed on the base for the ting 11 votes for and 179 against

Center bus driven by J. C Hicks. some of them by as much asa and Philip Morris, about the same full width plus the one foot ofwidening while No. 5 fared little better, the

The board also discharged this couple of miles No definite age son of Mr and Mrs. Nelson on either side. This base vote being ie for and 148 against.On .

week Geo. A. McCreen, principal of action was taken by the board. Morris .were injured about noon is then treated as any other limestone No. 1 the vote was 31 for and i

the colored school, for drunken- The commission approved the; Saturday when a far driven by base with oil and given a SO against: On No. 2 17 for and

ness. Arletha Jelks wilt substitute purchase of a Huber road maintainer Arnold Lawtdsle drove over a wearing surface of slag and asphalt U against; On No 3. U for and ;
until new principal is found. from Cle..oo. Motor Company 30 against On No. C 24 for
a cardboard packing box in which Traffic Is disrupted but little by the ; and 74 t i
The board granted a raise from after advertising for bids the children were playing ia the operations momentary waits being against. +

$95 to $110 a month to the driverof last month.The I'' alley near Gary's father's garage experienced: occasionally when machinery The national trend appeared to
the Beabow colored bus became eoumission also agreed to is in the way. be definitely R.eu..ifcu in all sections -
of an Increase In the distance move a number of poles of the Philip escaped with minor foot '
The Belcher Oil Company, lowbidder except in the solid south, the
his bruises, the wheel of the ear passing -
This driver uses trout a
his route. Electric Cooperative
of Glades Republicans
the bituminous befog virtually asjsured -
over one foot but, apparently,J on surfacing
an of his expenses where they
own bus and pays state road right-of-way wheel to be applied to the existing grade of control! of the n.xt Congress -
both the front and rear passed -
! had been placed in error over Gary's chest, the box ht- "for eight and a half miles south- which, eases es In January,
west from Kissimmee River, has : but only" eon of the Republican
Folks Hit Bridge lag his only protection. He is reported -
Young Solar Heaters been awarded the contract and I : candidates in the state appeared t.
to have crawled from the should be starting work very soon have made any race to spent ot
But Escape Injury Are Installed Here box unassisted but a moment later Marcellus Moos of Orlando eaad$-

lapsed into uncoasciousaeas. He C. E. Miner Re-elected I date for congressman against J..

.\ group of young folks riding Cha E. Jones. manufacturer of was rushed at once to the Sugar- Hendrix polttng a very good vote

with Louis PollaJd. to his Plymouth sun Water Heaters. .f Lake Wales. land Hospital in Clewistou where Drainage Board Member;I but not enough to win. Orange

sedan near Lakeport Tuesday night and Anthony CulUs and Cecil Skinner -' X-rays. were taken but no broken county elected a epnblican bilaia.
had a narrow ...... when Louis of Lake Wales have been here banes could<< be totted and the attending I tor.
At of the landowners
i-werved tile ear1 to avoid t cow IB tnstntrted Mr a
o< these ph"k-taJi' --- -
this week installing two
of Diston Island Drainage District
the road and struck: the handrailon heaters at the home ot W. H..1 Waggerby to put him to bed. keep Eight Murat radio broaJcMttcan
here Tuesday C. E. Miner of
ODe of tae assail concrete bridge Sobrodr and Fred Jeukias I him quiet and watch for possible iston. whose one-year term Clew-I now be readmitted ovor a SJBVgl ,

near Ktsaeatiag Creek M... Jenkins is rentuseataUve of' developments from .late..1 injuries' radio frea-acy.
called pired was re-elected to a
Patrolman A. W. Muller was this company here sad anyone interested Thai was done I** tae Beat day rear term.The tbne-I'. Bowling bulb and cloth isliaii \,
found *
at ante to tae geese ia one of tae heaters Is Gary appeared to fen nose the worse I are two of the latest everyday fswaeeordiag ;
badly dav>lise4 car and a group invited to inspect them te operation tor his .perleate'tt for painful other two members of this ducts to be aide Of alar/rass,
of badly seared jesaiSt5.. at either of those Ik.... : bruises. Important board are J. K. Frter- to tae Aimnfmra Osuiuuuy -
sea cbsinaan. Moore Haven, act of An srlea.

I'l'ltCII.H-! IIOMKXr The American-motorist- can took ."..T. .\. MKETpfc) T t'iGttr R Y. ...... C.......*.

and lies J. L. Herudon for eves bigger futile bargain so When Its Greater New York area A new transparent mailbox which
a IPUMOOUS frame far as tire cost by-tae-mtte ia Concerned A regular meetfs of the Par- tells at a gfence whether not
have purchase Arcane K teem Mr. when the return to aor- ent-Teachers Asuaylitini will beheld stores wen forced to dose recently tae psutsssa has lelt any letters
bungalow Mrs. $1MWaa. This *. male; in rubber supply gives tech tonight at 7:" o'clock tn the br a tiuckers' strike, A &I ts madeLuctte" acrylic resin "
and ,1f. ruin la "Mending" school library. Alf iatereatlng program Store announced its : fen colors taut raanaoaiae with paint
one of the twO *J.**.r aoase mchasrt ekes a free P Food 1.-.
has been jils i and all colors on the hese. It comet In '
Amevtraa-usaste rubber t
by )lr. and MrsSkridu erode Mf uMssyss tn the area w.uMtkjssr I
aatd esMe ujrs Joaa sesaaun sad tksls J laliniliil tmj rsyal blues. ruby red and deep
a few months ago; They vrW r n.lbe tular *.***. dv ;
F. Pst te at- greea, ateo fa colorless traaspar-
how en the 1. CIIIJtir, tae 8. bsnaehsg m *.
rain wwnersWp of the .1.
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9L So ? Woman's WorldRemnants Gems of Thought n

It is not the applause yon Old Clothes Yield I HALF the world is on the

get en appearing, but on departing I wrong scent in the pursuitof

which is important. happiness. They think: it consists

Egotism is the anesthetic Goods for Youngsters' Coats in having and getting, and

which Nature gives to deaden in being served by others. It

the pain of being a dam I AGE SCR 10 consists in giving and in serve

ing others.-Henry Drummond.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.

Lore makes the world go ktj trlla JJatcij By VIRGINIA VALE They are never alone that are

star Ann accompanied by noble thoughts.
round and round; poverty BRITISH screen

pots OB the brakes. \\'lIEN mothers look at clothing the most nerv- Quarrels would never last

Maybe courage has its 'I prices for their young- Print ous person in Hollywood when I long if the fault were only on
scarce in the heart, but good hers, I can well imagine that they for Trimming she made her first American one side.

sportsmanship depends on see drastic things happening to
radio on "This Is Silence hat this edvw Mae ore
the liver.A their clothing budgets. How lucky appearance
speech that fare
--- with you teier to take
then is the woman who can sew and r Hollywood, co-starring it bark
financial wizard is a man make use of fine woolen remnants v i1 Ray Milland in "The SeventhVeil"
whose gains you hear about, for coats When faith goes to the mar-
or fine
grown-up (and what a picturethat
but not about his losses. .
.' ket it takes
always basket.
skirts a
suits, jackets and for the <+ is!). Milland tried to reassure I
fl .a-
youngsters. 3 her, but she just stood and shiveredtill

Some mothers feel that it makes she walked out on the CBS

too much of a dent in their financesto stage; then she was all right. Whenhe

VhenYouflnnards"are buy for the children especially found nothing he could say could Classified Department

since they seem to sprout by leaps help her, Milland spent the rest of

Crying the Blues and bounds and soon outgrow their the time while waiting for the introduction _BUILDING MATERIALS
clothing. This is just another good by doing calisthenics. CONCRETE block- ; and brick machinery,
reason for taking up sewing for t Sr -+- 5 x8"12 hand rr.oid923.: make 800 blocks

them if you haven't done so already. "Time to Remember Milton Bacon's -j day .with S125.one LANTHIKR'S rioid. One boll MACHINE; moriarmxers.

There are any number of ways CBS program weekday r,<*: n- nOBKS. Winder. La.. Ph..e 1"

in which home-sewn garments can Ings, is cne of the best J the u-,-
be made so they are adjustable as
NOW .T itoM.. Metal social security
: the child outgrows them, and these I -is SI BOX l.,. G........... Ala.
features cannot often be found in ;'M.is Wanted: Wonderful commission.

/ ready-made garments unless they -

are of the more expensive variety. c .,.tC FARM: MACHINEBYJt EqjIP.

n I The easiest patterns to adjust for r x'4eI I-OWK.R V NITS -Chrysler S3 h.p. C-3
; v with clutch for inuaed. delivery.WLAMTI .
length, for example, are those EAU SI PPLT COMPANT
WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yea feel { which have straight simple Iir es. John Deer Sales and Service
_S >dMa St., SW CTpieaa
TOT*as tile liirlrrsis.liriiui nn ilnaach There
are no hard-to-manage tx Its IIa.&a.. Gr.la
upset soar taste, gassy discomfort,
which make down dif
letting out or
take Dr. Caldweffs famoas medicne I
b slickly pal th. trigger on lazy "ia- ficult. Another way in which these HELP WANTED-MEN _

**,.,. and help you feel bright tad garments can be made to last lor gI IT-THIV Ell I IKir COMPANT.- -ISC.it .

dapper: again. j er is to make cuffs on coats and 01 ;h" i ii .> i number of
F DR.CALDWELL'S is the wonderful sesna ,-. f .- -ijn 20 to 28 to m taD
jackets that can help in adjusting ,
laxative contained in good old Syrup X> "one ( 1 -""t' Equipment, who
the it I r ih d I' = > experience in elcc-
Pessia to make it BO easy to take. garment as is outgrown. 'I! rr.tr>c..i communications

MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations Bands may be stitched down the .'. -'Ih'r'n >rrer; I' ret s or otherwise.I. .

in prescriptions to make the medicine front of the garment to be let out, II I .x t 4 ,, esivr.: par n b,>,>-rd.p ..ioon. ..le m that effect.experience.Single.
more palatable and agreeable to ,.
also. hool d t
I >:r < i or equivalent physt-
take. So be sore your laxative is contained .. Iv lit. m---t be willing] to travel as nee
in Syrup Pepsin. ----- -- ,ry. Wn'e ciiinc full detail of tr.... y
Recut Adult Garments ,n s nr exp-r.onre to WESTERN ELECTRIC
INSIST ON OR. CALD WOTS-the favorite I Among the suits shown by Gun- COMPANT. F.mpUynut Once tU
of millions for 50 years, and feel To Fit Children MILTON BACON abodes BiildiBf. Atlanta, Geerfia.
that wholesome ,I ther is this very useful costume in
relief from constipation. --- -
Even finicky children love it. In making clothes for children navy blue lightweight wool combined time programs day after day he REGISTERED druggist tat email Alabama
from town near GuU Coast Prefer
grown-ups' clothes it's married
CAUTION:Use only u directed. never with a navy and white silk presents fascinating and uttle- man Store opens B. claeej at 7. Good
;, a wise idea just to shorten them alary or excellent commiaalon barn
print. The print lines the jacket known stories about place all over
and Must lie able to manage store and per
take in the Children frequently
seams. -
and makes turn-back cuffs. The the country 10:45 to 11:00 a. m. EST. oaneL Furnished apartment available
DidDVMSSENNA i; do not look nice in gar- blouse is high-necked, alHH1"t'd, -*'- for rich man. Answer in own handvrit-
tar. BOX B, 400 Edward Ave.. P'LI', Pa.
| meats handled like this and they and has a separate sash whieto RKO's "The Bachelor and the

a LAXATIVE i are very conscious of their appearance swatches the hips. It is knotted atOM Bobby-Soxer" is the first picture in MISCELLANEOUSROAD
I ICONtAINED and the remarks their
j friends
side.making which Constellation will
a ap
1M SYRUP PEPSIN I make about their clothing. pear. Cary Grant just happened to alumlBUm STAND four SIGNS by twenty-four enamel on inches.heavy'

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Fresh eggs broilers frees vegetable .
garments for the younger mention that a big transport plane fresh fruit tourists. Only 98 cents each
was needed, and Howard Hughes postpaid. Send check or money order tftADCBAFT
child who is learning how to be independent CO., Caaajfharie. N. I.OENtrVE .
by dressing himself. promptly lent them one.
Imported Chinese Qa&berackrrs. -
&1A sparklers, cap guns, caps balloons.
Place Button Where "Claude Rains should change his Wholesale only. Price list on .
Youngster Can Use Then name to Claude Reigns," a New la W. MaaJsea Chltare., PH .ls

WHfN COLDS STRIKE j Little girle' may look very Yorker remarked recently; Rains' :

T I quaint in dresses that button .l name was up in lights on the mar SEEDS ETC.

Modern Way Brings Grand Comfort i the back, but this means that mother quees of three Times Square thea BOSE BTJSBEg
li t ters. He co-star with Vivien Everblooininff fUM
was varieties 2-year-old.
TVben discomfort of cold make children r will have to stop whatever she
I frown; 00 choice varieties, free catalog.'
in United Artists' "Caesar .
feel to miserable many young I is doing in order to help with the Leigh tr-Tts Nurseries, Bra 63%, Tylr. ,._
mothers BOW rub on PENETRO for I dressing. If buttons are worked intc and Cleopatra, co-starred with
:g quick-8C ngreliel..1O dean and Paul Mimi in
white. their
"Angel on My
r 10 pleasant to use- and wo effective> the front of the garment that is Shoulder," in which Anne Baxter U. S. Savings Bonds
i- PENETRO'S modern-type, medicated easy to reach, as at the neck, 01 .
vapors release at once to soothe irritated as in a princess style, little daughter also appears; co-star with Bette Davis -

upper bronchial tubes, clear the bead Admltt' woolen garments make can be relied on to finish her in Warner Bros.' "Deception."
1 relieve sore throat help quiet coughing. --tE.i -- Gas on StomachBeBned
PENETRO GIVES YOU the borne- The only way to make proper own dressing problem, thus leaving little matter of
2 approved mutton suet feature;and 8i. alterations is to the mother free for her own work, and $58 a month la 5 ninrtes er deoble tar maun hallrrbaar.n..ea
entific meditation rube in to help break rip garment also helping create of inde- kept Gene Autry from becoming a MMeMM p.tfol wfloa
a sense
op the local congestion and relieve inns apart at the seams, then recut according in the little professional baseball player. Whenhe IK ru.*soar UM stmuMk Mtot-vtios uul kMrBnra.a.mdns.dockm knovs nmiSfVTMenD Bar

'cularsorenesBof colds: ,P&NKTROta>pson to a pattern. Even this pendence girl. was playing pro-ball, in the '26's ryappoaad.na.f-aatd.n like ran.. .Dill M
Tablcl No luadw. ftoll-u .amlarl IS I
working for boon, restful Zippers are again available and brtes*
encourages not be sufficient to make the
may Branch Bffj or"doybl Uck el Mae
Rickey offered him a job *root manf ee ntora
deep. Modern mothers everywhere anchaDging they are excellent for children'sclothing w. ..9*M mil dra pria.
to clean white, garments look nice, so it's wiseto in the Texas league. But the salary

fit them just as you would in a as they are easy to oper was $100 a month, and Autrywas
PEtiETROS garment for yourself and make the ate. Show the youngsters that they
making $150
as a railroad telegraph -
necessary changes so they will look must be slipped up or down easily, operator. Autry "Be Prompt, Long-lasting Relief for,
or they will have too good time says
as though they were actually made sides, I was a player that mightbe
with them and perhaps, even put MUSCULAR.
for the child. referred to as good hit-not
them out of commission..
Boy's garments should look neat Don't make buttons and button much field."

and well tailored, and they shouldbe holes too small, or the youngster --*- ACHES-PAINS
smartly masculine no matter Ohio's Governor Frank J. Lauscheis
will have difficulty with them. But. Help Break Up Painful
how the is. Avoid one of the radio fans of Joe l
young boy Sodja,
tons, snaps, and other fasteners, Surface Conttttioa,Tool
feminine touches on them. Never should at all times be gigantic electric guitarist on the
large enoughto I e
make them look even slightly old fit into the child's hands Fred Waring show over NBC. Sodja Rue o1lljrn11I -
as this will give them a rather that used to be .ODe of an instrumentaltrio
they won't slip away as
grotesque appearance.In soon as he is about to fasten them. accompanying Josephine -- --

Removes yellow discolorationDisinfectsDeodorizes making over mother's woolen Lauscbe, vocalist, on a programover
a Cleveland station. The other IF SCALP ITCHES
coats dresses for
or daughter, select
T l Don't .
+ two musician scratch It Cheek tr.rne.4nglahrntotelry.culp
:mly the appropriate materials. were Dr. Bill ,
Have the
+Seals point pores They should match the girl in col- Right Tools Lausche, pianist, and Charles remo.. tone d.ndr.rf wnt0MOnouNawatRTONI

+Refreshens color ring and be attractive to her skin Successful home sewing calls Lausche, violinist. !
i'J for the right tools in -*"-
a' texture. Dresses can be made the right
... alt en one -v youthful-looking for the girls with place so that work can be done Berne Surrey scalded Peter Lorre

T9 efficiently. Keep tools inI to death in a turkish bath, struck
r operation ) very youthful lingerie touches likeTique e your
a*** --t*_( Y. r.U : or I lace collars pockets led I your sewing box and don't borrow Robert Montgomery dead with a

\- \; ,..,.. -. auffed sleeves. equipment from it and then bolt of lightning, gassed Dana Clark

U.mJ6 .....f.emra.d* k' forget to return it. and staged a train wreck to get Or- ArG.ir ,

-,. Have sharp cutting shears son Welles. All done with sound JefT A -iuctuarwOASH

tII;:..t eight to nine inches long. Longer effects, of course, on the CBS "Sus- IN ItATNERS eo'eaa.rreY

e shears will make your cutting pense." Of course the stars don't

work easier. Medium scissors get hurt but Surrey sometimes doesas
J when he fell -
about five to six inches long, are across a table full --- -
of dishes to sound like NNU-14 45-48
r nice for shaping work and small Hunt
Starts Relief In 6 Seconds collapsing.
scissors are nice for close
All 6 usual A l't --:+-- .
from *
shears ,
Pinking are if
thrifty W JtfiYouy
fl"J. The 1M6 Thanksgiving Day "Two
you make a lot of children's
I M\S Doors of Stars" is getting under '
things and under garments.
Q They .Kidn' VJUdp
at CBS
way as usual
; music
PRPARATIONlTALETS ****** save work finishing seams. comedy
y''CCtD and drama will
Have featured, the Them Unman the Blood
f> OR UQUIOCavtiaoi an adequate supply of show win originate in

lei ads a* dmcttd pins, for only by doing a lot of and be shortwaved all Hollywood of harmful Body Wast
pinning over the Tear Udaers et onstaatry Sharing
can do
you accurate
globe. Don Ameehe .. from .
Laaritz Mel utur U btaW etrauk
r: -- work. Keep them in a box and chior and Jack Benny kUtaeyt somedmai tag la their votk-4*
return them to it after are the first not act u Natue Iatcl4ed1l to !.>
using. stars to be signed, with Ameehe act move laipwitias that. U rimmed Buy
lI/f: Don't leave them around for lag as host usual. U* systan sad spat taa wkaU
Attractive generals far children. the youngsters. as This is Ameche' tin aiiftilnsry.
I rim U fourth rear iD that capacity. symptoms nay be atn C feaekacas;
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO Good workmanship is essential in There's a needle and thread --.- penieMnt aeadacU,attacks el disviaM,
for tatting np nights rwriliag. psffi.aa
I sewing for children as their garments every kind of sewing. If youaren't Producer Carey Wilson, DirectorI under Us iy.e-a listing of canoe

are exposed to lots of hard quite sure, there's a cen- I Victor Saville and the ..xi8t7 and lorn of pep sad ItNDI.
cast of Otker ol
ter or store sicos: kMaey er bladder 4.i
! wear. They require frequent laun- near your home "Green Dolphin Street," as wen as erd.r an aomtiaMe kwxiac, seaaty w
iering or cleaning, and the stitch where they will give you help other Hollywood celebrities toe fr.e..at.nut a.
MAGIC on will a P. Thin ihooid bs a*doobt that prompttreatBMBt
Ing and other detail must be sturdyto your particular problem. pear as'themselves in a magazine is vlser than aeaiaet. t..
Have an assortment of OMB'* f(n..DMS'S hmve lIMa wtaa1aC
iREMEDYBKlNQS withstand this type of wear. serial now being written ..
and by Leslie e n rhada (or BMra taaa forty pW .
RELIEF Garments should be made as eyes and fasteners, thimbles Ford the well-known writer of mur- They aav* a aatioevwU npoUtioe.
BUSSED and tape measures at your beck I der Are rscojameodtd by(ntarol peopt tbs
sin eo1a comfortable as possible so the children and calL mysteries. The set of the picture eoutir ever. Atk imv MisatWf
,gewgesar..d'll-tle.r Bindings and
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The Questions The Answers W FFARSON
kOR 1
1. What is the maximum fine for 1. The maximum fine is $III. + r

failure to vote in Cuba? 2. UK ancient Romans. .
Along the Grandest Canyon: E......SI4 by Western Newspaper UDi 2. Who invented life insurance? 3. Yes. Her real name was Mrs LIKE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS

3. Wa "Calamity Jane" a real Martha Burke. She dressed as i America's favorite pin-up photo Is TRAIN CREWS INDIFFERENT WASHINGTON. The Americas

person? man and acted as a scout in ladiat of FDR, according to the N. Y 10 PASSSENGERS' COMFORT people are now beginning to realize
Frame and Picture firm, 563,214 or- that the road to after war u
4. What was the first country in raids around 1870. FOR A NUIBER OF YEARS, peace
in 52
ders. The record
the world to have a national flag? 4. Denmark in 1219 A. D. years. prior to 1. 41, I covered many thou. never easy. Beating our swords I
Alan Wilson's capsule critique: back ;into sometimes is
5. Is Alaska bigger than Texas? 5. Yes, more than twice as big sands of miles each year on railroad plowshares
"Harry Truman is the exam ; more difficult than forging the
6. At what rate does the Niagara 6. About 500,000 tons a minute ple of the old adage that ANYBODYcan trams. They were pleasant : swords of battle.

Palls flow? 7. Two-Bolivia and Paraguay. grow up to be president." I miles because of the uniform cour-< But one encouraging milestone en

/. How many countries in South 8. The navy's program whereb: Lawrence Wasser just got back I tesy extended by each member of the road to peace now is under !

America have no seacoast? five colleges will do research 11 from Washington where be reports a train crew, from Pullman porter ';i way in New York where the smaller !

8. What is the navy's "Project liquid rockets and intermittent jet the sour gripe-vine has it that Tru- to train conductor. i nations of the allied world, who far

Squid"? propelled weapons. man will run in '48-all the way After the beginning of the wari months have had to sit and take it

back to Missouri. At the Zanzibar I did but little train traveling. Recently from the Big Four, now debate ota
it this : "The I had occasion to make a
someone put way an almost equal footing.
Guest Pillowcases This Home-Mixed reason Truman is getting all that train trip of about 1,000 miles, and Many may have forgotten it, but

abuse is that he's trying to be president -I' the difference between the courtesyof this issue of free debate caused a
Ma\e) Nice Gift Syrup Relieves prewar days and that of postwar i'
a and vice president. Word bitter battle at the San Francweo

Coughs QuicklyNeeds has gone out to the actors to steer I ;days was surprising. conference. Molotov then wanted tc

clear of all leftish outfits. Char It is useless to place your shoes i stifle free debate. He proposed that

No Cooking. Says Money. lie Wagner (of the Mirror's litre out for the porter at night. He no the general assembly of the United

The surprise of your life i' nailing :iept.) observing that Welcher Goer. longer shines them. The porter no r Nations not even be permitted to

for )ou in your own kitchen when Ing died as he should, via cyanide longer provides a bag for the lady's discuss or to criticize decisions el
It comes to the relief of coughs due which hat, or a pillow for day use, un- the the security
to col',].-,. In just a moment, you <:aDmix is rat poison. big powers sitting on
a cough syrup that gives you less such things are emphatically council

about times as much for your mosey This Is Worth Mosey Dept.: A ,, demanded. He no longer brushes i Australian Foreign :Minister

and is surprising for quick results.* New Yorker was handed a sum your clothes. The one thing, in fact, Evatt spokesman for the little
2 : e
Make a syrup by
granulated sugarnd one cup of mons Friday at Lexington avenue that he has not forgotten is his ex- powers, opposed. He went further -

it n ater a few moments until dissolved. subway station for throwing away pectation of a tip. If the tip is mere- and demanded that the general -

5 +; ', \ i No cook.ng needed-it's no trouble at a gum wrapper. The fine cost ly change it no longer merits a assembly under the recognized -

: ait.Lautd. Or honey you can Instead use of corn sugar syrup syrup.or him $2 for a hunk of one-cent gum. "thank you." It must be folding principles of democracy

Then put 24 ounces of PInes (obtained They are getting $4,500 for a money before the passenger receives have the power to overrule the

&: : from any druggist) into a pint 11,200 Ford in Okla. In California a smile and a courteous ex- security council. He was re-

bottle. Fill up with your syrup, and they get double the ceiling pression of appreciation. The port.er's buffed not only by his own
hare toll pint of really wonderful 1
you a immediate boss, the Pullman
cough medicine. It never spans on cars. Auto insurance in Los "mother diplomats" from Lon
lasts a Ions! time and children love It. Angeles has gone up 30 per cent. conductor, is not interested in the don, but also by the isolationist-

I This home mixture takes right hold That was checked with three fact you do not get courteous serv grounded senators of the U. S. ,..
I of a cough In a way that means bus- ice.
soothes Arms. The reason: The high acci- delegation
Inesa. It loosens the phlegm
the Irritated membranes and quickly dent rate in L. A. To date, the disgraceful i In the diner you wait upon the In the end, the general assembly

eases soreness and difficult breathing.j total is almost 700 deaths convenience and inclination of was given the power to debate discuss -

j Pines Is a special compound ofproven by traffic accidents. Ozzie Nel- the steward to admit you, and criticize, and recommendbutnot
in concentrated
Ingredients ton's epitaph for Goering & Co.: yon take the table he designates -
form well known for quick action 1 to carry out That is what it is
r of v In coughs and bronchial Irritations. "May they roast in peace!1" regardless of what oth- doing at the present sessions.

rr; IA Money refunded if it doeent please ers may be vacant, or you get Behind the iron curtain, public ,
; you in every way. 1 nont. You may wait overly long I.
Broadway Ballad: (By Don opinion still is tightly controlled.
Wahn): There will be always for service by a waiter, but any < When it is decontrolled then we
question on part will bring '
those who seek the dark. Whose 1 your need no longer worry about war be-
minds are misty from an old you only a statement to the ef- tween the USA and the USSR..,
nrSStJosephrytfl feet you can leave if yon wish. the sessions in New x
refrain. There will be al- !I Meanwhile,
i There is no apology for, or ex-
ASPIRINalRLOS \ ways those who seek a spark. York are like the first struggling but

URCH1; SlUti U to That glowed but once-and will planation of, the delay. i I healthy debates of the Continental

5056 -- not glow again. There is a The train conductor is no of longer 1 I congress and of the United States
the cheery individual past
time when wine has lost its !I congress which grew therefrom.

I F YOU want to give an exquisite tang. There is a time when lies years. He no longer seems They won't achieve much at the

1 gift to a special friend at Christmastime have turned to truth. Thereis solicitous regarding your eomI moment but they should pave the
fort. He is not inclined to give
then make up these pret- .t no lilt to all the songs we I 1 way to great and hopeful things. .
F i i yon a civil answer to your ques-
e e e e
There is no road that i S
sang. tions. lie the impression :
To obtain complete crocheting nstruc- I' wanders back to youth. So gives II'j BARRY TRUMAN'S PRESS '
for the Pineap- who
atria sad trutttr deiicn of being a first class grouch
pta> sad Paw Dectcm (Pattern No ld5056J I we are lost-the indolent and resents being expected to dis- 1 If Harry Truman could place a*
eofc cfeart far embroidering, j jin gay. Against the tide that of i ad in the papers, probably it would
ceto, your name, address and the play any evidence courtesy.I
= gam : sweeps away the years. So 1! read something like this: ,

we must stand- disconsolate wonder at the why of that "Wanted-Good press secretary;

SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK 7. 111.EBdoce and gray. To face the sudden change. I do not remember that the willing to work long hours; must
S3* SOTtb Wells Chicago M
20 cents for Pattern.No I surge of ancient fears. The condition existed two years ago, be practicing newspaper man, not
girls are ghosts-the inns are i the occasion of my last extended : afraid to say 'no.' Low salary but

shuttered tight. A cold wind train journey. Has the attitude of private car and plenty of prestige.

Nave blows against the cloak of night! train crews changed suddenly? I 1 Call National 1414 or write H.

AMI-- CALOX do not know. I only know it is dif- i S. T., 1600 Pennsylvania avenue.

change to Midtown Vignette: Joan Fontaine ferent now than it was in former Washington, D. c."

for the tonic efact (of the moving-pictures) got out oi years. There are few weaker spotsin
Kookaburra Is Comedian her sick bed, to which she had been At the end of that last train rideI the White House staff than

; World on your smile confined (with the flu) for a week. stopped in a hotel in the lobby of Truman's press aides. Venerable -
Of the Feathered
Joan then went to LaGuardia which were the ticket offices of two Charlie Ross, the Presi
F tficifnt Color storks two wens?
field to to Bermuda the air lines. I watched the lines of
Comedian of the bird world is fly hoping I dent's secretary, simply isn't
1 Help remove film...brillJ out sun and rest there would cure her people that were pleading for seatson fining the bill. Personally one
the Australian kookaburra, or all die natural tastes of your would I.
jackass. It startles other ..mile.T sneezes, etc. At the airport she the planes. It seemed they of the finest gentlemen in Washington -
learned that the accept the rails only as a last re- i Ross is nature introvert
with burst iogredient in Calos plane's departure by aa -
deafcters oi the forest a A special
of raucous laughter absurdly like encourage rtjiJjr massage... had been postponed until late after. sort in the matter of getting some- ; doesn't get around

I which hat tome effect on gums noon. Instead of returning to where. I wondered if the disappearance much, is a poor spot-news reporter -
that of a human giant. I ...helps make them film aod of the old time train crew :I
her bed, Joan and nurse went to and a complete failure as
small the smile... iihCalox
as *
Though it is as I eta! Tone up your might have anything to do
American crow the noise made John Fr derics. Where she pur. courtesy a press agentNewsmen
air trans-
/ll.K_ Lbwstwur, chased five hats. Then she wentto with the new interest in who
by the kookaburra can he heard MJ m i m u would work that cover the Whit
portation. It way
half a mile T"e! odd featSercd f.'J run if tUniMIWiuI kss hew Bergdorf-Goodman's and bought the time again House sometimes are genuinely
four frocks. At six the same with me. Possibly alarmed at Ross' ineptitude. They 1
creature eat-; snakes I come when those train crews
evening she hopped to Bermuda. may
claim he doesn't read the newspapers -
will welcome train passengers as a
Practically cured.
regularly doesn't even keep
means of providing jobs for train
up with the White House direr

e. ii The Washington Ticker: The big men. S eADVERTISING I tives. Frequently, White House j

feud is between army brasshatsand LOWERS i newsmen have asked about stories

the general accounting office which were on the front page of the

over publication of the names oi COSTS TO CONSUMERSIT I morning paper, but Ross shows he

army big-guns who landed terrific WAS DURING the first termof I simply has not read the papers.
President Roosevelt's administration I 0 e !
jobs with the firms whose contracts I

they terminated. Medicine ia that Rexford Guy Tugwell then EXIT 52-20 CLUB'

conducting experiments to deter assistant secretary of agriculture, : The "52-20 club" is folding up fer

mine the ability of the human eye and others of his kind of theoretical many veterans and Gen. Omar

to identify aircraft at supersonic dreamers, advocated abolition of all I Bradley, the Veterans' administrator -

speeds. Our air force now can advertising. They pronounced it an I is deeply concerned over their

transport 100-bed platoon hospitals economic waste. He, and the young i ability to readjust themselves.

fully equipped and staffed, at theorists associated with him, could : The "club" is composed of unemployed -

Rub in gently-warm- acs ?50 m.p.h. Plenty fireworks in see no further than the money paid : vets,who receive relief allowances -

ing. soothing Ben-Gay the federal DA's office (with many for advertising. They did not see I of $20 a week for 52

It acts fast! Ben-Gay s barristers quitting) in a brawl over the increased sales it produced, or weeks. The year is now up for

# contains up to 2 Vj time r he Gottfried Baking Co. case. how advertiser's those increased overhead sales on loweredthe each I, many ex-servicemen who have been I
riding this train the worthy
methyl. salicylate did gravy
dollar of sales. They not see
New York Novelette: lIe as well as the idlers. Many more
and mentholpainre came to The Big Town with the that such a lowering of overhead who climbed aboard in the first few

lieving agents known to Rodeo. A big guy with a costs meant a reduction in the price months following V-J Day also will

every doctor-than five big heart-from a small burg. of commodities to the consumer be cut off soon.

t 'a As nice a fella as you ever without affecting the advertiser'sprofits.
other widely offered The fact is advertising is Of 1,800,000 claimants on the
met. She was from a little
rolls last April 49,132 had
rub-ins. Get genuine for by the advertisernor only
neither paid
town, too. But the Big Burg exhausted all their claims
4 the It its op
Ben-Gay the original by consumer. pays
its her and she
s'/ got grip on improved machines in until August However, between
Baume Analgesique,for looked down on him as though own way as
for themselves by increasing now and the end of the year
he were just another sucker. a factory pay
speedy relief! production. The merchant from 159,000 to 200OM win Join
He didn't know that when she
them. Veterans' administrationis
t--'l is consistent advertiser can,
use for rain due t. can him The Eye it was mere- a fearful will be unable
rule does sell for less or: many
and as a ,
RBEUMATISMMUStxf ACME ( ly a Dollar Sign. Before she of merchandise that to find fobs.General .
with him she took equal quality ,
/ got through
MdCCUtt.JUk ,
does the merchant who does Bradley has never liked
can, or ,
him for Her friends
advertise. The advertising 1 the "52-20 club" believing it subsi-
not .
far MOd BeMUj didn't mind her shaking down
merchant can afford to do that because dized idleness. Many veterans
forChadrtm. some of the Broadway heels. .
the increased volume lowers found it more comfortable to live on
But didn't like the
they way his overhead, his rent his clerk the $20-a-week dole than to work for
she this kid The Business.
gave hire his insurance his lights and I a living although some, includingthe
ia their
Now nobody
other items en each dollar of disabled made an earnest ef-
: many
Midtown Set will have anything I'
I 1 sales he makes. fort to find jobs.
Sen-Gay to do with her. True, the j I Now that the relief train is reaching
Cowboy didn't rope and tie her
I GENERATION the end of the line Bradley
: -like he should have done. THE PRESENT
will have
a tough
fears they
interested in
joy ridinf
But bleev yon me-She's Brand- seems more I'
I of time readjusting themselves to a j
I eeL than in the duties citizenship. life of industry.I .


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GLADES COUNTY county of this size. I know that f Beach chapel Sunday at six o' carnival. There was a net profitof hare seen-....H1 make someday, a

many worthy ventures have been I $37.36 from fortune telling and lovety queen.

DEMOCRATMOORE made and have fallen by the way doek.Wb has Jimmy Crum been going bingo. Oh yes unless we forget, Gwen

BA1E2F. FLORIDA side but isn't that all the more reason to Lakeport lately! It couldn't The close has been informed by dolyn Snell-wbo always comes

why we should take on some be a certain dark complexioned girlin the Balfour Company of Gainesville when you yelL

Entered as ecood-clais matter Maya sizeable task and put it over? i the ninth grade could it? that our rings will be shippedDecember I could let you in oa more about
1921 at the Poetofnc at Moor In the war drives for bonds Wonder-why Jimmy Crum was not 24. We are all happy each one of we Sophomores but 1
Haven Florida, the Act of: I
ConCTea8 of March 1. 187. Glades County always went over I at school Monday? and can hardly wait until then. will just let you wonder while about
the top. In Red Croat drives la I Who were the three boys that Elisabeth Jones of the eleventh I each name you'll ponder.

Published Every Friday By Christmas seal campaigns, ia drives went Lakeport in Mr. Cram's grade was carnival queen for 41-
THE GLADES PRINTING CO. I.e. for various charities we have always Jeep Sunday night? 47. We were all very proud of her. FHKMIMKVBWt

CARR SETTLE PnblUbcr over-subscribed oar quota. We Who had a black eye Monday She sincerely wishes to thank each i (Mildred Close)

didn't let our government down morning! Better watch it, Wally. and everyone for their vote The carnival we have been telling -

we didn't let our charities dowa. Wonder why two certain sisters you about, is over at last. Although -
Snbrrlptl. Ratrsi Can we afford to let our kiddies NCM'HOMOIlKt* the Freshmen enjoyed
One Tear ___' tA were hanging around a certain boy working -
down? the Jeanne HefUat on their booth they were gladto
at !
party Sunday night By
8U M..tbs ________ ____ tl.::
A donation to this pool is an investment Who ia Jessie two-timing? Bet- (Continued from Last Week) get back to the regular sched

iu the future of the community ter watch your step Jimmie.bl'UFr4'S We must all remember Glenora' ule. The booth, throwing at the
and of every child in the McDuffie. Who wean dresses t.U' negro dolls was very busy from
community and every cent will be and nutty. the time it opened until the time

GMEANDE'RINGS repaid if anything should happen (Tommy Wayman) We all know Annie Ruth Rudd of closing. It must have hern the

that we don't build the pooL The The Terriers had their first home and I'll bet she reads the funnies horse staves that were given as
By Carl Settle ban against building will not interfere -
game last Wednesday October 30, about Elmer Fudd. prizes that lured the big crowds.
for that will be lifted be- versus the LaBeile Bulldogs. Oar glamour girl, "Jessie Ruth." Thursday night the Freshmen

fore the construction can be start- The Terriers had all of their would look .O. K. la a bat check treasury increased from $12!rl to
One of our good Democrats observed ed. Let's the
get money nowdon't .
booth. : 121....
players and showed a great deal of
that he
Wednesday morning wait until tragedy strikes to
And that Marion some day
improvement over the last time
thought it might be a good idea to remind us again that we've waitedtoo they played LaBelle. over the threshold a girl he 11 be 1 s.ntl\"fH" fi&Utt
MM President Truman a fishing long. (Sylvia Stalls)
The Bulldogs came out on the carrying.Aad
pole since it looks like be mightas best side of the score which was then there is Becky Stalls, The seventh grade made $2,5:::\.05oa .
well spend kin remaining,twoyears who is never seen at high class our booth Hallowe'en. night We
l4Hnosl t19l .. D
IB the White House indulging
270.The than
Terriers on November 22 balls. made more we expected since
tm the sport. SCHOOL DAZE dida't have to
we hay anything
will meet their tirm real match on Oh yes next comes: our faithful
Which may or may not be true. .
Truman has always appeared to be the Clewiston's home field This John Mac who ia always ready to except the candy.A

his STAFF will be their last game of the season take a load off year ....
of center in
Jut a little right make him J:lifor ___ TI'1IK'age and they are to win It. Now DoD Galaasini ia six feet new ink used ia the Eversharp
thinking which didn't
.b,o"'atelditor Bottle ISotoiwon two and he has eyes of heavenly I CA writing instument not only will
with the leftward lean-
toe popular Stwois 1 ____ __ 111111 HUM DVTK BLURS ..... write under water bat will write
tags of the majority of his party
Sport ___ Char ('Iaton Lois Cox. after being exposed to Intense -
and it may well be that hell get ----- My Meads' blind dates are tall and And then to that gal, nee
of Tommy Wayman sharp who rides the bus from Ortoaa cold in a refrigerator freezing -
along better with a Congress
Republicans and conservative Democrats I'eraunalitles Opal ltaul **onKatttleetn But have you looked at mine? Locks. tray or to heat reaching: 150

than be ever has been I : Mclaughlin: They are the perfect cross betweenAn And now comes Louise. as 1\'e degrees! in an oven.

I Me to do previously. All of I Campulorr T. Jean Duprec- ape and Frankenstein. ___ _ __ n-n---_ --- -
I Ruth Close
IH'admit, is a possibility -
which vague
!!I Question of the Meek: Dean Merlin They say men can have brains and I _. ..=- __._
and by no means a probe
ITu-I lirttte llobteson I looks
ability. lK>>Ie Ban But my man never does.I .
But the definite swing taken almost ;I Jean Duprre know now why they're called blind HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
everywhere save in the solid
Sl"un"Or ___ Miss Dot \\HlkUHMHi data.Sometimes.
south (a tweaty per cnet Republican -
I wash I was. !
vote in Glades County too you I I. _ _ D' MILKAnd
may have noted) can mean only SMJOPKKHazel Some dates should. still be in short
OBoe thing-that the people are pretty pans
i beard you had a good
well fed up with poet-war bung- And some are turning gray. Other Alfar Products
time Hallowe'en night. Did Ted
1 ling of national problems, the continuance The one who really faxed me
Taylor help you?
of war-time restrictions Was the guy in the toupee.
Why was Matilda so blue Sun AVAILABLE AT YOUR
after the war has ended, etc. and
day night? Was it because Milford And some recite the almanac
demaitdteg a change, be it
are wasn't at the party? Without a breathing space GROCERY AND
the Re-
right or wrong. Annie R. R. was awful excited!While others prove they're nothingbut
puMkans won't do half so well as
Monday noon. Couldn't have been DRUG STORE
hare the Democrats but the people "
Warren Brown with his twin ex-1 JA vacuum with a face.
have derided to give them a shot
hausts. I reader?
at it.Which Why was Juanita D. so happy to- They tell me that life always bas

regardless of our political day? Was it because someone A way of compensating.Some .
party affiliations, is democracy came to see her? day I'll have blind date sue- LFAGCX

in action and we can well Why have Annie RuR.. and tM&-

.. afford to give thanks that the people Jackie B. been on the warpath all Bat, gosh, I'm tired of waiting. I
of the nation, every once in awhile this week -

bow their necks and a rtthem..ln. Glenora has been so happy lately SGMOIl FOOLISHNESS

.. Even if they make Wonder what happened! The Seniors derided to give to Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
mistake, as they often do, our 1 wonder why Annie R. Rnd you lower-elafwmatera the facultyfor ,

"! form of government will never betaken likes CfewfetOB so well. Warren next rear. Here's hopiug you West Palm Beach, Fla.
S over by the isms of some Couldn't have anything to do with like them, but we know you will:

foreign power so long as the people it, could he. Annie R.? Hoard of Education I

retain their voting privilege. What two girt talk ia their Principal ___ ow. Donald Meek II

For sixteen yean the Republicans sleep? Could It be Elide and DeaD of Girls ______.. Van Jobnson II.I

-have think been it's cussing our turn the now DemocratsI to doa Jackie Wonder? way G. M. D. is hanging,Girls'Dean of Glee Boys Club_ ____-__,.__Lauren Bing Crostn Barall!.I..............'................................N..........-.;....-'..;...-..;.-.;.-.-...;...-...-......;..;.......,..............................................................:-:..:..:..:.'.
little about the Frank Sinatra Dick
grumbling met Hajmesand
around M. C. so often? Is it because
they're making and everyone will Perry Como.
of Johnny!?
he. haffptor.For Boys' Glee Club _____ Dinah Shoi...
It Jackie B. has
seems as though
lost her boy friend, Johnnie, to Jo Stafford, Ginny Stmms il'Gantt's
the past few weeks I've Band _____,___ ____ Harry James
Glenora McDnffte. Bad luck, Bar :
made no mention of our proposed iJackie. Girls' Sports .. __..___. Jon Hall

swimming pool ia this column and Whose hand was Dean holding Boys' Sports _-___h Esther Williams .

ewe have suggested that the venture Sunday afternoon in the movie? Dancing ___'Uh_..____. Fred Astaire;(
is already a dead one.No Betty you had better be careful Psychology __ __ Ingrid Bergman :i:

such thing. The first canvass or should Jessie be careful? Spanish ________ Carmen Miranda'I f
Latin _____._ de Cordova I'
has been made of the community Who ran into whom Sunday t Phone 2651
'French _._ Jeaa Pierre Aumont, I'I
and the covaty and forces ,Bight IB Ctewiston? Tracy, "Dot"
t. are being marshalled for a fresh and Jessie seem to have been having Good Looks -===_ Boris Karloff j I :(

..U....t. The suspension of com- a swell time. !' .-.......................................".._- ..".."....... I
EMfdal fishing in the lake was Wonder why all the vacant Iota LOVTATKD: FOUND I
eaa.+4iiing of a sft-back:: for the cir- were completely covered Thursday Lost-My man! :

cnhfctioa of money in the community night? Rough tim 'eh kid. Wanted-A Bother. ;
fell off immediately as Who tried to kill whom Tuesday Needed-A .... This aide of the I ;
aright have been suspected. It is at noon Sorry.... no more holding Mason-Dtaoa line. Specials
our second greatest industry and Don's right ... Found-A new light ia Lois

we can hardly expect to solicit, Who does Jimmy and Joyce think Ana's eyes

money from those folks when the, they are footing Certainly not
future is still so uncertain. : Eddie i'Iiil'O\.11JT11$ i
Answer (or last week Tracy Plenty Of Popular Brands Of
There may be some ia the or- What's "Jake" sporting around : = Whiskey

ganisation who are discouraged but her neck It's right pretty! Ange.

anyone who ever started .out. to Jimmy did that cow's tail burn and.Flash ok! what Flash a !Senior.He's a He's Senior tall. :ti: :-:":-:..:-:-:.:.:-:-:-:":.. ,
raise the amount of moaew. n> for this project Knows what .I h\erjone come to our .;:
C is involved in community him so. His likes are as follows: .. SCHENLEY 5th
a t i I: in. l due at the Big' Bear Music $4.10

___un n n __ __ _nn ______ : ::. THREE
,-- - '- ...". Color--Green. I 'f" FEATHERS, 5th . . $4.20
Bandleader: Sammy Kaye
i Favorite Actor: Tyrone Power :!: FOUR ROSES, 5th $4.50


can you imagism? :,;: CARST AIRS 1788, 5th . $4.66

I FUMING 0 0s little Sometimes conceited he's, but stubborn underneath and all a ::= LORD CALVERT'S, 5th $4.76 .

I this. he's that an everyone all round'likes.fellow classmate I IXliWS :f..1.: HUNTER, 5th $4.50 I

sKMOU .:_;.: IMPORTED HARWOODS, 5th $6.50 .

J The Seniors(Char are Clayton breathing) a deep I t SEAGRAMS 7-Crown, 5th $4.15 .

DAIRY FEED 1 sigh of relief as the Carnival is I :;: CALVERT'S RESERVE 5th.
finally over. We didn't burn any .1. $4.15

cakes; ants didn't bother them, nor I :j i:: KINSEY, 5th
did any other catastrophe happen I $4.15
Roughage and Concentrated Feeds We made $4C.C3 OB !. cakes which :!(: GORDON GIN 5th

seems wonderful to ... t! .. $3.65
Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR We wish to extend oar heartiest I .1.

congratulations to the Carnival Many Other Brands of Whiskey Domestic .
SALE L\ THIS 'RE.T DEIIYDUATIXG PLANT IX Queen. Eliiabeth Jones! May she ,

loon; HAVES have a happy reign. I I .r and Imported Wines Brandies Cognacs .
I .....- <

r k Die Janfer ClaM is Might ... .. -... ...... .. ;
. with the results of er booth at the : :-}s{ rrroti : r:- : *}:-':NWitiNS-. ))i4f.N} N'rrrirr'r)){NrrN' : -_-

f 'er





- '' ;'' '' '' 1 I I'OLUl'IGT.lL CLUB i
Preferential : FOIL SALE-5-barner oil store -
Status For
!f-{ -I i i Good eGD ltiN. Don HeadrickeoH. -

I weiner The Polly and marshmallow Pigtail Club roast had at a Veterans Provided For Itp.DRALKKslllP .

PERSONAL SOCIETY the home of Jo Anne Coarse Wed- I
JACKSONVILLE new preferential -
I il : OPKX for Falter
&: Pint we bobbed for apples and status tor veteaas seeking to
Brushes ia Glades. Hwdry and
i'u then had the marshmallow and purchase surplus permanent type I
Collier Cow.Dt_ Car ...... 1
. .I'J.
weiner roast. Next we decided housing units built for war workers
VVVOOI _ itirSr44: ifrr + to -
-+ 'r}e::w }ti-h{irrr'' Write Edgar Staatfer. Sehvta I
W. play "trick or treat." Our tint servicemen, and officers: has j ;
B. Irby was a I Mra. J. W. Adkins last Fla. Itp.
spent victim was Mrs. Merry Roberta been announced by William J.i i
tor t. Wauchula this .. week in Inverness her
, visiting who suffered because: she didn'thave Warren regional director for War I
daughter. Mra Wm. C. Hedfck and
anything to treat us Nextwe Assets AdministatioB. j i
: 8. W. Roberts of La her new son. Wm. Carlton Hedick. I' l l' iou HAM; stf.ooo.oo cash: to
went to see Mr. and Mra. Min- Top pptorfty holders !!,
-- a dlwe here last ... Jr., born Saturday, October 19. including invest,
erich who treated with yea can own year
as a nickel federal, state and local government
each. We went to Mrs. I,sad also own income property that
next Whid-
: / Mr. M L ,agencies the RFC for resale to
M. Mrs. Raleigh Dyess and Miss will balance .f this
3en's pay of coat
who also
suffered and then
: .ia** to Mfemi on Evelyn left the of the small business and aon-profh institutions -
Dyess first i
to Mn. Lee's where we were treat- I I property with moathly paymeatslike
wit have
1 Fri last week.MM I a 10-day pe-
week for Jacksonville where Evelyn ed with candy. At Mrs. Sheridaas led la which to purchase the real. Total coat of hello and
underwent an operation on T1IescIa.J' -i we were treated with Coca-Colas. income property !. |12.5".... If
: Gaga Stargia She is reported to be recuperating after they are advertised for
Our latorested write to Property Owner '
victims were Mr. and Mrs.
to St. Petersburg rapidly. Ralph Wood who treated us with II1e.These Box 14, Winter Garden .......
I' ittaaw <* Mr.air. Sturgis. -- claimaata are expected to I 11-1-
making a recording of our voices.
Mr!. Gladys Stalls was in Tampa take only a small number of the
Giora Casoa.1MIGHTKK .
. and Mra. John for the week-end. going over fora buildings WAA officials said, and
tended a .Rehekah final physical 1 check-up following i I MORN all remaiaiag' structures will be reserved -

:;} U Gerd OB Tuesday DI an operation performed several for exclusive sale to veteran. -

months ago. Her progress is reported Dr. W. W. MatthewsI
I Rsaio Sullivan of to be most satisfactory. I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pressley are Disposition to veterans will be'
. I the proud parents of a baby daughter 'I
tht ted over the -.. at a fixed price equivalent to the .. .....
Joyce Paige, born Sunday .< : :..: : : :.:..:.:..:..:
act .... James We cl. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Baa.prdDel' .- J carrent market value of the property :I
morning, November 3, at the Sugarland -
I. returned Monday from -and subject to existing tenancies -
Hospital in Clewiston.SIfRVH'1r :; ran, tae a tabiiilgedpradiee
Hr. Yd Mrs. J. B. their former home in Jenera, Ohio, In the event two or more veterans -

_ '" the wBp>sad at' their with a load of household goods. AT submit bids at the current b CVuMesi. unite "
?1 ia Part Mn. Baamgardner and Karen are ,market value selection of the successful -

---- remaining here while Mr. Baum- There bidder will be made by lot, iseurs 4 tw 6 I'. M.. .tartly effft \-
will be preaching services
Many Lyan Roberta gardner has returned for WAA officials said.
wMfc.iajd with her' at Big Bare Beach Chapel l. Lake- Sunda,. Ottitr )Feat 19AK.Residence .
AIia Fart. his float trip. port this Sunday Nov 10, at Veterans seeking to acquire sur-

eight o'clotk All are cordially in- plus farm and other types of non- piteee 11-
)l11.Ij;.HfH.'H FU 0-1 industrial real must sat-
Mr. sad ..... Cyril Mted property
I isfy WAA that they are eligible to
--- -- -
Baryta*. Mo.. have
W. H. Mills of Moore Haven and 1 1JIn. I exercise the priority aDd that the
the winter. Governor Caldwell
spat 4
Jane Hochbaum of property to be acquired ia for the 1

Ga., were united in ..sannDab'j Will Ask More Funds applicant's personal use for agricultural -
Mr. amd Mra. W. W.
Savannah on October 24 : or residential purposes naartrar at Miami .. I
of the Municipal Court and have For Health ProgramMembers to enable him to establish or m.tit-;
here Tweaday.Mm .
returned to Moore Haven to resideat lain his own small business, it \\.1 nitre mroes-

his home on Riverside Drive. said. I slats..staiasstma aootsfar.
H. C. Claaaaea of the Florida State II M M.r.rrrMlrr..rrw..rrr."rawwr.rr.

la BMawVaw this week The couple was attended by Mrs. Board of Health. convening herein 1 I ."

a.-. Howard Hendrix of Savannah, a a routine meeting this week said The Division of Safety and I't .+.wrr. .... .rrter.
daughter Mrs. W. J. lie Health the Florida eta 4i. r, K rte. "1
of Mr. and .
they were very grateful with Gov- r.MM/wi l. riY.rr
,.....,. eww11..wl
r r
Slave Roberta, who Strickland of Moore Haven. Whilein evnor Caldwell's announcement that Chamber of Commerce beaded l" .

seaaol thia year at that city the couple were the he would ask the coming Legislature Walter Hays of Orlando will hold I oats4 r. M T- HUM S.a.e.s+

apdradlg this week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs Hendrix. to appropriate $1.500,000 for! a regional conference in Orlando *?.7.W AEROIL PRODUCTS CO.

....., Mra. Merry necessary expansion of public health Nov. 7-8. Governor Caldwell is cooperating -

Rodeo Sunday And control in Florida and that be m the statewide safety

)lr. and Mra. Albert considered it "as being a conservative effort. 5718 Park Ave. W. :Sew York, X.Y.

Ban Dtafo, Cal., and I. Monday In Fort Investment." i I

.C Nactoa were visiting I'' I Dr. Herbert L. Bryan president '.stronger educational program for i

hare Wodaeaday.Mr. Myers, Nov. 10.11 I Pensacola said that the State : maternal and child care were other

I I Health Department is doing every "musts" stressed by Governor Cald- Mark R. Tennant

sad Mrs John II With a new $8.000 arena near- thing possible for the protection well. i

Mra. P. It:. Lundy ing completion at Terry park in of the health of the people, but that Urtmiti 1

Myara Wednesday Bight Fort Myers and 43 of the nation's the Governor had expressed the JtOTIIKmm GLOBE Tomato Real Estate Broker

a Kaattah meeting. I top-ranking cowboys signed as par- situation exactly when he said "The plants for staleS& per 100. GLADES COUNTY LANDS

ticipants. Bob Wallace, Junior Department's activities are severely Richard Pape. Phone 5S-W. Itp
$ ? fL W. E. fiber: of commerce promoter for restricted because the funds for 607 Congress BUg. Miami, FIa.I .

M Mr. art Mrs. H. the Florida national championshiprodeo the necessary and essential operations -

tester Moore Haven re yesterday predicted that attendance have not been allocated to it." i FOU S.I.HFi Guernsey cow

Taaipa over the week... for the event next Sunday Dr. Bryans also said it is true I See C. H. Settle. I I r

RAIDER"I and Monday will exceed 10000. that only one state in the South

Mark: R. Tennant of "We are assured of at least that east spends leas per capita than I .

a fcsataoas visitor here I many seats" he said, "and Judging Florida does for public health con

Hack Oreaae was a .. from the capacity crowd of i trol. A total of 35 cents per per-

tot Ia Tampa and 4.000 that turned oat at the Pariah son, when national authorities agree

aad Taeaday.Mr. I rodeo Sunday, we are serins! to I that at least $2 per capita from the Get the Habit of Shopping at

I have one of the bigcest event of I State is necessary for an accep-
sad Mra. F. M. I I
its kind ever staged in Florida. table health program

Mine Audrey Coulter The biggest crowd from L*Belle Among the problems which must

.I.skies were visitors is expected to attend on Monday be combatted and which are cur- The In

.......,. Mra. Flanders which will be a holiday as far as rently handicapped by insufficient

betas. visiting ia Miami dosing of stores and most public appropriations and therefore personnel FaniiIy I FortMyers

with them offices is concerned. LaBHle is is hookworm, so peculiarly destructive

rodeo conscious situated as it is of the energy and alertness Dept. ,

Fraattla P. Wood of in the heart of the Everglades rich I of children. More than twice I

tea, at the eagiaeeriag cattle country.While as many children as adults have Store" Fla.

KBA aid James L. ,I attending a rodeo in Parish, hookworm and it is found in every i

Tartware here yesterday Mr. Wallace signed ap Bobby and county in the State. Hookwormcan

a apscial BMWtiag of :, Maxine Boulder of Rock Springs, be cured only through the control -

r of the Glades Blectiic i(I Wyo. According to the promoter of insanitary conditions Easy Terms Purchases More
,b.-- $itt. I Boulder and hta wife are recognised Dr. Bryaaa said that Governor I on or
Caldwell had made an excellent I
is aa the trick: riding champions of I
Carr Settle was ta the world. They have appeared in point when he said that "in some BIY FKOM ont \T\LWJ-O\er 1CH .0 H> Items C

terday to attend a rodeos at Madison Square Gardenia eases hookworm reduces the capacity

lag at the hoard of New York St. Louis, Chicago, of a child to learn and develop bas >

State Press Association Cheyenne and Pendelton. Ore. much a* 75 percent If we assume $

Governor's state-wid er was four times national that the children in our I

ference In the aft.- j I ing champion of the world. Doalel-I schools who have hookworm are

Flanders anompinini j losing half thei.apaitu to profit MONDAY MTE
| The latest entries bring to
tended the t;.n'- rn.'i'; : i from edifat'oa! then "u re 11"- IN PER SI ON r .
-r:nih nr of noted cowboy p{>rform-
ft'rE'nrf' r|I PI'- who will compete here! for $1,- ing one-fifth of our Stag appro.,: 1- woE IBEIi 18
atlon of the fll.tOfl.HnO <.at h \t-ar
i I :con in prises with entrance fee
HI..II.added aad points counting because of this neglect That is to
say. we are actually getting: about
0:, I hdr national championship rat-
fourteen and one-half millu d"i i r X
'': Hountain
: tare in results from the $1 '.o.'a.-
-t i- of the rodeo will be the "
000 we are spending.
'' "'.H d western actor, Johnny
Cancer which killed ::::."0 p-rsim-
I'.rown. Me will arrive hereF
in Florida last year was .1.0: mi
; :..\ by plane from Hollywood
portaat OB the roster of l'rollkm-
.! a ill make a personal appear-
Venereal disease which count for Smokyl l
,d n.. tit the halt daring the Fort
intliJ 15 percent of ChattahoocheeS i patients -
r MN.rb-Arcadia football atTtrry
: year after year and tui>t-r- j/ Boys Girls \P i
Park JI'rlda.t. He will
SunWITIIOIT. C: )Iou N.)\ ;ealoste which kills around MH O persons .
with both football teams 1f0
also chat
1 ; ., lOJ
I annually ware two other i asnified ;-
I51> \ in the dressing room. 8r'o..nride .
diseases which i: nor ElrQji'IhLD'' PAPM '
Claudette Col iu tie big rodeo parade Saturday 'Caldweh tailed for mon iaonto vtS J
afternoon aad will performat
March of Time- I combat )
each of the rodeo Installments "
Another part of the 4 ttn. rnor'sspeech
Sunday and Monday. .ended JIMMIE RIDDLE and HIS I 1IAR.MONICA
which Dr. Bryanscomn
n- & Wed No. i Assisting Mr. Wallace in stas-I was his reference to the fitidif FORD Kt'SH, the Singing High Sheriff

"T.tl Z-tN AMI U ) ing the rodeo will be sanitary ell"D..ln"hId: : has All Former Stars of I

VOMN" I champion ..,1to,. Tic Blaekstone ,been dangerously ne'Htfd: It IS
of Parish. Fay Blackstone, his impossible for the State Board of THE GRAND OLE OPRY
trick riding
Johnny will demonstrate Health to carry out the attiviti"'sl j
Cartoon that has wa stay events in rodeos assigned to that Department b' l.aaoa "-1iIIII......,.>Qt awGIGANTIC -.....

( all over the country. the meager appropriation ,f FIREPROOF TENT

NoT1 5 170.000. Stream pollution a ion is I
Prt & Sat, ADULTS
One of the largest packs of canned threatening to reduce Florida a'tractivraeaa i 75e CHILDREN under 12 years 25c

"SI.NG1MJ OX peas e* moard. about 3t.5".- and unless corrected I tax included)

with Hoosier !000 cases, a* Basra taaa '"....,- will eventually tarn the otherahei, rm..t-m.E: :
000 caaa at .***. to baglaalsw to attractive araaa into forgotten DOORS OPEN 7 P. M. -- SHOW STARTS 8:00 P. M.
reach nasal aMlUs*.. aiondlagthe f I to ......" I
New Serial, "JUXGLE I Aiaialsaa Out P>*P.., .*&- Wafer tasmaalaaUoa of children Show Ground. Near News Bldg. Clewiston

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President Theodore Rooseveltwas I

traveling cross-country by L
railroad on one occasion. In the
German Education Must Be
middle of the night his aide came

to his berth and awakened him. After cleaning hair combs place ,i, When melting honey that baal

"But why should I get up at this hem in a solution of one tabie- rystallued, be sure to loosen UM
unearthly hour" protested Roose- Recast in Democratic Mold poon of ammonia to one quart of jar lid before you put the jar into

velt sleepily. rater and they will look bright the hot water. Tightly closed jut

"Some country people have gath- cod clean. i may burst.
ered at the next station to see -*- -.-

you," replied the aide. I By BAUKHAGE I Creaky stairs can be corrected Used orange nets make excellent

"I'm sorry I've had a hard day 1 Nets Analjtt and Commentator. amply by inserting a piece ofrubber dwhcJoths. When wmattthoroughly

and I'm exhausted." I under the treads. If no rinsed and dped, fifty
IYND Service, 1616 Eye Street N.W., man elementary schools. It was nil
"But you must, Mr. President, I Washington, D. C.WASHINGTON.Whether. practice to ask the fourth grade I abbe scrap is available make a are soft, absorbent and scour wdL
these people have come almost 75 children "What wedge of soft wood and insert -.-
: are you going to I
we are .
miles to see you." be irmly with the hand. To revive blanket nap alter
? And
two worlds or one, without the slightest hesitation
"Don't let it bother you," replied going to have they would answer: "Butcher -.- laundering, hang the Martift up

Teddy Roosevelt. "They would one cf the battle baker, clock-maker, cobbler" or To prevent the rotting of I over the shower rod or towel rack
have traveled 150 miles to see a grounds on which whatever it have been leedles, keep them in a small nearest the bath tub. Pill tub
may never
cat with two heads." the decided issue Is will Ger-be dreaming that it could be anythingelse tottte. :I' with hot water. Nap win fluff up.

many. Lines for because their way already had
been chosen for them. This revela-
that battle are .a
forming now be- tion, Dr. Zook said, was as heartbreaking

HOW IT tween one of the to him as when again and 0
most powerful : again, four out of five of the children -

Works WhileChildSleeps forces for democ- I answered "no" to the question: r

racy, the Amer- "Did"you have any breakfast to. 4b7 _

Ican public day '
school, and one Contrast the life of these children a
with the American children who r'
of the most anti
democratic forces spend eight years together in the :
To Ease Distress of Colds of old Germany grade schools, many of them four ii6'j
During the Night in school where all '
the Prussian eduBaukhage more high compete : l ls
"' cational system. on equal terms, where abilitycan

: When congress meets it must consider be assayed where ambition can I
.' be estimated. ? _
,, 11' the report of the mission of
'/ 'II educators who were sent to the School Plant Hit 1/6
American zone by the state and war w
departments to study education in a
into upper bron chest and back surfaces I
chill lubes with, Ml .warming Germany. They came back with a This is only one facet of the problem fl'IqL : _; F .1
medicinal ipacralsoothmg vapors. comfortiacpoultice.. careful and detailed study, including with which the educators wbc K

a description of conditions anda must guide German education win

ft s soon as you rub VapoRub set of recommendations: which, if have to deal There are a great

ri on throat, chest and they can be carried out, will havea many physical difficulties, too. In
back at bedtime it starts to vital effect In building democracy the first place, there is a dearth of 00
I work instantly to ease miseries -
of colds.It invites sleep In Germany. buildings, of teachers, of equipment.

and works for hours during Perhaps an educational system Many of the school buildingsare
the night to relieve distress. based on the American model may rubble. Many have been t I

Often by morning most mis- not be sufficient to democratize requisitioned for various uses

ery of the cold Is gone. Only Germany but I think it is no ex- by the military government. In FREE 4IF _
VapoRub gives this spec1a1penetratingVICKS aggeration to state that without sucha the winter there Is the questionof

system, democracy never will be beat-this winter probably

achieved in the Reich.I win be one of the worstandthis YOU BAKE AT HOME hurry! Send for

had the privilege of attending a is one of the most difficult Fleischmann's wonderful 40-page recipebook.
problems to overcome becauseof
conference presided over by William
Benton, assistant secretary of statein the shortage of coal la the 70 tested recipes for delicious bread,

charge of public affairs, at which American zone. ci :::.1 rolls, desserts. Easy to make with Fleisch-

;( e. Chairman Zook and members of the As to teachers, more than one mann's Fresh Active Yeast-for the delicious

educational mission were present. half of the Germans were dismissed Savor and fine texture that mean perfect
I came away deeply impressed, not because of their participation in the I' -
; baking success. Send for your FREE copy
JHAlYI only with the factual data presented Nazi setup. '!
\ ij today to Fleischmann'a Yeast, Box 477,
-(I was familiar with some of There are few books. There is a
: ""'. .... ztss the data-but also with the impor- paper shortage because there is no Grand Central Annex. New York 17. N. Y.

rlli 0 J MILES LITTLE PILLS tance of the program as a meansof machinery to make paper. Thereis
I '"-' sr.nttle"gems"ofeomfnrt determining whether democracyor no machinery because there is no
b i ..,JO lift".but how totalitarianism will dominate steeL There is no steel because
they can help brighten your day when
you need MI occasion laxative So- western Europe and perhaps the there is no coaL And so the vicious "CoW SUGI/GOT

,, system why "blast"with powerful your aetMirire purgative digestive Mile I, world. circle continues, affecting the whole HIM DOWN?

Little Pill work with you genII gut question of supply and equipment.
firmly ... help you feel better again. System Mixture of There are, on the other hand, ,
f Made by the makers of Alka-Seltzv.
Get Master ServantWe some things on the credit side. For
a package from your dru2ltor. ,
today.CAUTIO-i-Not: to be used when instance, the fact that the Germans TUJH7V l i
know how Germany's history,
abdominal pain or other ymptoma of inborn for
have an respect learningand SORE CHEST+usfLESARE
tppendidti are present. her political and social institutions,
Tot only a*ducted after a generation behind the MY I
have all
tended to create a peculiar
Mlle Laboratories.:.. Elkhart Indn "iron curtain they are literally
w type of thinking which has resultedin SPECIALTY!
starving for information concern-
a caste system with a strange I IsLiJ
ing the rest of the world. I can
mixture of super-ordination and
$ E llWEPlUSHow sub-ordination on the part of the in- testify to this from my own con- .1
Itr versations with a number of the "
little chest madder
dividual German. The superficial so
young people, as well as the older feel 1
II and erroneous explanation is tight they yKted" t
ones, who had had at least a glim- from hard it t
that the German is half dominatingand so sore coughing
To RelieveBronchitis of the world before Goeb- I
half servile. There isn't space mering harts him to breathe? Quick, vMentholitum.

here to go into German psychologybut bels.It. Rub it on k- ,_,
there was one point in the educational is generally admitted that the cheat, back, neck. Its warm,
mission's report which was first two objectives of the occupation gently stimulating action \ -
forces have been realized more helps lessen congestion vitk- ?"
t emphasized by their chairman and
fully in the American zone than anywhere out irritating child's delicate s- '
Creomulsion relieves promptly because echoed by Assistant Secretary of ,
it goes right to the seat of the State Benton, which partially ex- else. I refer to denazificationand normal skin. At same time k
trouble to help loosen and expel demilitarization. These are important comforting vapors lessen
this It reveals
plains phenomenon.
germ laden phlegm and aid natureto On
but negative. the positiveside coughing ,
soothe and heal raw. tender. In- perhaps the greatest single factor spasms.
democratization lags. We
named bronchial mucous membranes that can block democratic evolutionin
.Tell your druggist to sell you know very little about what is hap-
Germany. This factor the mis-
a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding pening m the Russian zone but a nation GET MENTHOLATUM QUICK!
"has attitudesof
sion says
you must like the it
way that has progressed as far in
quickly allays the cough or you are superiority in one small group
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. and of inferiority in the majority of moulding the minds of its own people -

the. .members of. German society ,efforts undoubtedly in Germany.is not neglectingits Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis making possible the submission and
lack of self determination upon The recommendations out.
which authoritarian leadership has lined in the mission's report include -
Your Home is WARM
thrived." similar projects for the

I' The bars go down on the path of future, as well as various other I

democracy for the German child in steps extending beyond the every MORNING

the fourth grade of elementary schools themselves and operating i ,. =-

r school. It is here that the fortunate through the parents and

: A favorite household antiseptic dicta 10 per cent who are to be the "su- teachers organizations and other 1
tnt and liniment for 98 yean-Haoford'a periors" leave the unfortunate 90 groups. There is no intention to I
BALSAM OP MYRRHI It c otaiDeeoathiDc 1
gums to relieve the screnna ant per cent, for at this point-when the j I superimpose upon the Germansany
ache of ovcr-UKd and attained maacka. children are about 10-those who I system against their \\ill. Solar *
Take the sting and itch out of buma.acalda to attend the universities and there has been excellent cooperation
,vat txtca,oak and ivy pouon-- expect I and educational circlesin Start a fire but once a year. .Heats *
fad and nun burn chafing and prepare for a professional careerare
i all
day and all night without refuel.
chapped aba. Ita antiseptic action tea set aside in secondary Germany are enthusiastic *
eon the dancer of infccboa whenever the It is largely the financial SCbools.l about the steps already taken. ing! Amazing patented interior con
skis U cut or broken. of the They hope that trained educators *
Keep a bottle handy for the minor position parents structioru Provides an abundance of
caauatoea of kitchen and nunery. At the basis of selection for these sec- will come to Germany they
yaur drugpar-trial size bottle 35;. ondary schools. The overwhelming would be only too glad to send clean, steady heat for the average *

bouafhnH HANFORD aue ttfc MFO.economy CO.fraewq aue $N.1JS.a Y. majority of pupils a large proportion their people to this country for I home. at low cost. Holds 100 IBs. *

Sole ....1.,.ofa of whom deserve university instruction. They may not know of coaL Burns kind of coal coke
any ,
,- education because of their ability, what democracy is but there is *
plenty of evidence that they briquets or wood. Requires less at-
finish elementary school and then go .
pOne arsall on to vocational education. This want to find out. tention than most furnaces. More *

) oj rrh makes a fundamentally "undem- Presumably the report as for than a million now *

ocratic division of the educational warded to the secretary of state wit
in !

stream" receive his approval, and congress use
Until they are 10 years old little will have the opportunity to pass
of the best home ways to Fritz and Johann have studied and upon the whole program but as the "14 ti
played together in something approximating report concludes: "The developmentof *

BmwuP the comradeship of two this program is not the responsibility

American boys though one's father of the government alone. U'l--4e, wcar..m.tn.aae L

ROOD owns the bank and the other's runsa Equally, if not more, important is W Can PK Of.
R' tailoring shop. But when they the intelligent backing of the SeeWARM die

II you lack BLOOD-IRON leave the fourth grade their ways American people in the reorientation MORNING

You Ctrl and women whO ivtSei to part sod each year from then on, of the German people. We have
from simple anemia that TOUT paleweaX the wall between them grows high- committed ourselves to a programin 4t f OrLt Z'14le
; e ou\"- lil may be due
dressed which education plays a critical
lack of blood-irOn. So try Lydia C er.Dr. LOCKE STOVE COMPANY
to HntiaaTi TABLrra-OMor t&a best Zook's voice was filled with role. There must therefore be nc 114NIlatt. aCiIJ.....
horns wscS to build op red blood-toaeb real emotion when he described one turning back in our support of that ....,GIlA.......A--.&verve
eaPlakJUm1! TaWea art CM of the he had so vital to the enduring I B nlM.r- aflneeasa
many experiences program *
the .pu fblood-Wa totals yew X&.. i&5s.zri"m Gl A
cia bui1 At afl drugstore. when the mission visited the Ger- peace of the world.




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Silent Worker i lost That!

Boss to Painter (in the text Halby-l suppose flit Lucky &a f Jlacon

rooni)-: Are you working? I don't and eggs jog tredc/ast, &u I'mpr '
hear any noise. I oy tired of u.IT'ifie1T'ett "'s-land of the Pioneers ''

Painter-Do you think Tin feflr. your re a elwa" ,
tsg it on with a hammer? p't-I lAIi morning.HeThoak
I, g.oda By EDWARD

'Today is the tomorrow you egst. "What can we do with the 1 W/ASH I M OT 0N_ _
worried about said
optimist. That's yesterday the Just One Thing western coast B asked Dame T *"***" ", ***** fcjJW j -t ff.
right, and did we
have reason: Student-Whafs the date, professor Webster, and concluded: "I will

? ; never vote one cent from the t

That Changes It Instructor Never mind the i public treasury to place the Pa-
ftZ-)ITJuU u '-edikMSorr.ftI date; finish the exam. .
Student-I just wanted to have
iaa ft 'Y'" Wiftia -
toil Us MM ten Mf uu to act lile foot. 1: something right :.r. r y paper.

Senator McDuffie of South
Corner Shelf and : Carolina said he wouldn't

ASTHMADORM "give a pinch of snuff for the
Colorful Cookie Box
whole territory." Sea Thomas H.

T HEEE is mag.c in the ?.o arg ... Benton considered the Rocky milts

curves: of tru= bracket s..e".f 'J- tams bad been "placed by Provi

Place it at eve-.eve." ir. a corner: M ; .' dence" to mark the western Bouts
r C
; of the United States and thus set a
acu t 92EEFt1 INKiUKTiacipeom k ; : _: _
TfiqR UUTMih? #1 Y;< : ./f Boundary to man's ambition. ;t
C.tiIE Dtlxan0 But other men thought different
... AS7hM.A)1I.d .
f. ttxER :tai 'JI bODd> s.rma
; d -. t: -ntxhAf c face ly. They knew of the fur trade that
woao lrl meraiyt depenatt-it e<'wa.vt ueianealj !lad drawn men to the Oregon
: ; hflpt r' fir aijc>- erf .!lt s"jit -
( ; country. Lewis and dark bad
;'.:- : -; .:.-: zz r A ;: :: ...ri-te: brought back tales of a rich land.
-.-. r .: 3*, -:=s .;;;o.)a 1830 of the French Canadian -
[ By some F EVADA
i"t e- ...re.M Hudson's C A L I FCRN
employees of the Bay

:company: had located farms in Willamette large catches of tuna sardines, pO

I valley. Soon Americans chards and other commercial ...
f drifted in to take up farms. Hunt-
p1 Sr v: tya Oregon's shipbuilding started
PFaSF r : .Tip ere trappers, missionaries and adventurers from scratch during the war and
/ A W E 't RMj! drifted in and out of Ore- -
// OWE=X cevekped: into a giant htdastry almost
'I ,
I3 k. f, Coo. In VII Whitman and Spaldteg jver night.
with their wives, established a ;<
The shelf ii tr:. .;c' .. fret In :Jtt, more than U soffit* &&
ride. It tee hold nu ..beo: > ,,;. :..b:1r [- mission hear the present site of
lute l mast & woo r r. cookie ot-x tor Walla Walk, a second at Lewiston ::.rs vvth of gold, saver. cstr. j
one &r oar. here ,,_.r=. ver and chromitc was mined
1 and a third near the present site b
psUssgives ai actual-srr
cur- x ., ( ._1L.
wide aad 6'edIou i I for ir.ala.the: cr of Spokane. Even the massacre of A : .
hrirtMt beJ. also directns a-:; the Whitmans by the Indians in 1647 C.a a stui the land of ttw p*>
F .'ffii"tt for analong: yo -- : : Hisandc of frau
c jpMen for dtcoraun itinntiece [ : : did not deter the pioneers. : : people
qoatot Ctaktr..tui Tyrolean figures! Toct I .t an America Mtres West L :: -. United States each yeu
< flMM Sin* pattern: in one. scad: Uc f1..p. .
: trcid Trait
o : paved Oregon
with auw nod addreM direct to: j i i- '.rr "Oregon or Bust! America was
{ s T j f" .! ',. .'. t' i' !hfvrbr.d' :"* moving west. The British had to :} .- C-r c -: Northwest. The traa
MBS. ROTH WTETH SPEAKS \ + .5 : _cr :-.e hazardous torn au !
; -i
\ t f f""' 1.0"Ir l'olt"l1f diet be headed off, and the Great Ncr.hwest -
Be.l.d HBfc. N. T. Drawer 1* yf I \ ,u .a!' ,a.'tn -t HilT &--U'. settled by Americans. Fist ; _- :i-t it leads to the SSSM

roc: os 19 cents for Pattern :No 266 ; .:a5 c:..z try the pioeertnQ
few headed
there were a wagons : : I
t'': a t-rj-ago.: Manly of Ore.
then ''
-- -I toward Oregon; there were '
Ji.AIi thousandshe t :-5 0 v .: rtj.-rurces are as yet va-
Oregon Trail a torturous .t..el :. c t completion of the
!:. -.-. and
< .v ;p: err project other
Hasty, dSBger BS read cut
threvgh the prairies of Kansas '-.it. ample electric energy. A

and Nebraska, eitaVed over the :..-.ta: desert of' sagebrush' ii a
1 i itW NATIVE GOVERNOR (.:)\ cr.ang -. t;, the richest of term r
_> rtihM el Wyoming, crossed
i Earl Sscl elected Ore::: s c .cfeuti. .a .ds ;> -.rrigation ditch.
deserts *< Uafao and tra-
versed mere Mains aDd n in 10i2, was barn in Clex. The onckrs el Oregon make x

VTs streams to reach fee Cefembfa II for good livmg and prosperity,
cf Orc :Icr;: .:
to'AT.s..rt: ;,;.n : ry
bat astare abo made it beantiI -
genf/e-Itfs cool- river aai the Facile east i
was cut away to make the state of I'I
awl steak. \ferklrfM'W1ledI '
It'a Even today, the deep ruts still loai taw i t59 Oregon
grand fasfrnU- Washington sa ; m ; 1
Crater lake, ML Heed and
may be found and ox bows, wagon became a state. The Ore- i
t'iPRINCE ALBERT : sister peaks in the Cascade
wheels and lonely graves are scattered ion Short Line opened in 1 Utt gave
the Cares \Val1 4-
't.4'the from the sfiamuri river to Portland railroad i range, Oregm -
tlwt' sproaDj treated 1 Iowa lake asri handrete of otter
bleached and silent
Astoria reminders across the continent
to parch and WU. of Oregon, the Land of the i scenic attraetieas are a lore
Ttes Oregoa emerged fraa a
}! Pioneers.As that tocrisU eassvt escape.
wHieness tate a ntwOera w.o-
the fur trapping declined, agriculture More than 40*> rcs' of shoreihi
with lerestry
deemed atrindtore, -
took its place. Industries are spread along : great Pacsftc.
fisting, Biaaataetariaf,
qOMDRT; were set up. First cannery on the Hundreds of lakes winter sports
.F .:: Columbia was established in -. let-.t areas, lodges health and play resorts
6 Gold was discovered in Jackson and I and more than 23,000 mites e+i
PrJti'A y Josephine counties in 1852, and Farm owners operate 85 per cent paved highways are offered by Ore
mining flourished. The boundary of an Oregon farms, and the industry

dispute with Great Britain was settled brought in 220 minim dollars in gIn I 19O Oregon's population was

without war, and Oregon became 1M2. Oregon's rangeland supports 1,197,457 and the number increased

American to the core. The pioneers more than three mfllkm head of somewhat in the next two :years.

had won their fight! livestock. Oregon: still is growing, Mill receiving

EstakHsii c.. ruaetlt. Rich ThafcrriftBfa. new pioneers over the Ore enTr

With a territorial government established Oregon has nearly 30 million acres :; .

the capital was set up at of timber, including Douglas fir fv' -e- trik t Orog... sUrted a cen-
Oregon City but later moved to Sa- state tree) r-r: 'r,-1_ tr .-- .- -:: Itsr d America's first

I P\c lem. Discovery ?! r-!! !s Qftfi** .__.- r '1 "-_ hI tr _t aagiatktn and it has never

titer cia opened a market for lumber I alcohol and ether rich industries: are ceased. The modern pioneer-tinchcrr.xst

ea s Pack better flour and ether Oreg r. rroiuctsDcearsgT. ( :: based rr Ore got:'s forests the ex-sen-ceman, the lab -

( c"1 ;? --r>&tls o --c --i P -.*. The: C- u- ...aaa fr.- ". s- a TSTT: the fare,:r the industrialist l

Cantstn, e4 draws c itt E land w.Sci Frur .- -> r- i ?*. j; strc, r-- -; n- re f.: -" e rnj rr ".- 3 cLsr Tering a :rIch frontier ir }

JJ t; it routes ; Jira: ': tle prj- ',:.. c'-.:'1 end lion d .J-s a"y and there are the Oregon ccuntry -

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'PRINCEALBERT trrr aa.t,

Harass at ,emu

: .:=. LAND OF SCENIC GRANDEUR Gems of beauty stud the 4 Oregon landscape. (1) Tw4erel Malta-

nab Falls is world famoes. (Z) Renowned Sit Hood rises majestically aver peaceful farmlands *f WQlamette -

J e valley. (3) Deep natural gorges .f eastern Oregon beckon to hunters and campers (t) BeeedsHeid M

THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE I' & liththtose stands guard enl the nrged coastline along the Pae1Je.m .

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-:-:-:-:-:"' >' ..e also- ---
c c c 4 mills were advised that their
(supply would be cut off or sharply Roy Acuff And Newspaper GremlinsAfter gremlins had done it again. In reporting

Too Late To !reduced. It was the most serious Company To Be a fashionable wedding we
ClassifyBy ;situation Florida publishers were flights had mentioned the fact that the
over enemy territory -
< 'ever called on to face and it looked In Clewiston Nov. 18 our American pilots often bride wore purple pansles. TIM

1 RI SSU.!, KAY like a lot of papers would be forced told of elf-like creatures, called gremlins had changed the "." of

n i i ; ; : : ._ 'I to cease publication for lack of Roy Acuff. former singing star gemlins, who would cause all sortsof pansies to a "t"'.
.I.paper. I I We print this with a fall realisa
j jof the nSJi-XDC Prince Albert mischief, sack as pushing thenavigator's
.. In an effort to determine last tion that many of our readers wfH
Y Most folks have formed the habit Grand Ole Opry. is one of radio's pencil and canting the
'what the situation not even believe these tiny creatures -
was with Individual -
taking their newspapers for phenomenal successes. aircraft: to lose its way.
j weekly papers, the Florida exist However we want to
Sraated. For as long as they can Recently friends Roy hlmseUdOMn't I The existence of these gremlins
Press Association seat questionaires I say at the outset that we will Bt
frwntmber they have depended up- know who they are, quall- may have been news to some folks,:
: to all asking how much be held responsible for the weft
Ii *JD their newspapers to provide them paper they tied him as a candidate for Governor but we in the newspaper batifiees
with |bad on band and bow long they bare i of the Commercial Ledger greeIfns. -
detailed had
on every of Tennewee. I dealings with them for
j could continue to publish before .-Leeabarg Commercial.
aubject in which they were inter their Acuff is in his thirties. He was years and have learned to know
supply was exhausted It de-
From them
the metropolitan dailies pretty well.
born in the hills of Union County
veloped that several papers bad already Increased enrollment of stmdtoito
world they have kept abreast of used up all stock on hand around Maynardville, Tenn. His father They live in typewriters, type!I I in the physical therapy UttMwc
events state and local hap at the time of his death case and make tablet but
was up ,
and were either of the
borrowing from i course University of California
penings. In the smaller communi-I other a Sessions judge, and his family thrive bet in the linotype ...-
some publisher Medical
ties the I or were using I I School has boa
local weekly, clover and chines.
although mountain They
people were are pushing -I
no constantly
Snore intimate. reflected ;other kinds of stock. Several advised made possible by a grant of 14,334
every activity that could Tobacco Readers. I the wrong keys in an attemptto from
of the I they publish only i the National FoaaamttM tee
community. Roy played baseball and footballin cause errors in the
It is difficult one more issue and only a very few newspaperof Infantile Paralysis, it WM ...
imagine a country their
high school and collected residence.
said tbey could get through the bal- more noaneed jointly by FttstnpaUmPceident
a state or even a community letters than other student Now. if the gremlins
without ance of this year. any ever only stopped Basil O'Connor and Or.
a newspaper. The few in the :Knoxville school there it .
President Edwin got he at would b all right.
times that newspapers hare suspended A. Menninger of tended. But Robert G. Spnwl. bead of th* ilk
Later be
I the Florida Press Association builta I turned down a they are bright and canning
publication due to strikes fire under our Congressional delegation ;big league baseball career when a creatures and vie with oae anotherto versity.

or disasters their toss, even for a and the OPA in effort to scout for the Yankees offered hima cause the moat painful and embarrassing -
short an I
period of time baa been I' have controls lifted. The National job, to play his fiddle< over I errors imaginable.

keenly felt. Editorial Association American WNOX in Knoxville. That was While the writer was pounding LEGAL NOTICES

When a strike forced the Rochester seven Now WSM's in ...
Newspaper Publishers Association years ago. Sat- copy Eustis some years ago oar .

N. Y., papers to 1"fieDd'j I and other groups were appealed to. urday night program featuring own crew of gremlins seined upon
citizens of that Ottobe r if
community Acuff is broadcast nation-wide I"
It was hoped that something might over a large ad extolling the protects
high as a dollar a copy for out of be done to alleviate tbe situationby 129 National Broadcasting Com- of a certain meat paeke. The XOTICHSO'I'ICE J
town I I
papers. were
lost the first of the year, but this pany stations (9:30-10:09 p. m. catch line of the ad, in very large I* hereby given that the
without grocery advertising I didn't help the papers that were up CWT). The Smoky Mountain minstrel type, described a certain ham as a Tnuttcs of the Internal .ha5IOveSt
of .
when" they made their shopping Fund tee State of err-
lists. up (against it today. hat more than 2, Wm juke "real treat" Bat when the last awaat to Law, will offer for sate, for
Merchants some who thought I The writer, as Secretary of the box and phonograph records in circulation paper was mailed. we were faced objection only. in Tallahassee, FtarMa -
advertising didn't pay found how at ties o'clock A. M. Ntv aaWrIf.
and has
Florida Press Association, placedthe been starred in with the fact that the gremlins me. for land In GLADB8 COI W-
wrong they were when they paced matter before the Associated five motion pictures including had altered It to read, "a real TT. described as follows:

empty shops and stores. Such Dailies of Florida at their meeting "Grand Ole Opry" "Hi Neighbor THREAT." Approximately 20 acres of lab
questions as "Who won the ball- ," "Oh bottom land in the W% of SWtt
My Clementine"and
?" in St. Petersburg last week. Net- The shop foreman, poor man Section 23. Township' 42 flsrti.
same -"Where was the fire- "
"Cowboy Canteen. Range SI East lying North' asrt
son Poynter, publisher of the St. flew into
"What time does the show start- Mr. Acuff is mountain a terrible fit of temper adjacent to the J. 11:. Feaaos
and thousands of others went un- Petersburg Times said that he a girl when he discovered the prank, and; home place. Said tract is beefed
would not stand and from Maynardville tbe formerllldred he on the Went by the county read
by see any spoke in d.ecualtenu
answered for the great mass of the } Douglas and they have very adjacent to Feeder Canal M*. t.
Iu people. Telephone lines were jam- paper in Pinellas county suspendfor ; about our crew of Kremlins j The Purchaser I* required to nay
aa infant SOD Roy Neill Acuff. The the
advertising coat
lack of newsprint and although
They mast have overheard him for
med. Radio only bit the high spots. Neill part of the name is after thebaby's THE TRUSTEES OF INTERVAL IMPROVEMENT ,
For many months the newspaper his supply had been cut 30 percent the next week they were determined FIND reserve the ripe
he would furnish to weekly -] grandfather the late Nell to reject the sale.
paper any to outdo themselves in causing
publishers of Florida have been
Acuff who Knox I r.Y "
in Carl was a County ORDER of the Trustees Internal -
hard pressed to secure enough paper -' publisher an emergency. jurist. even more grevions damage. Improvement Fund of tin ..!.
Hanton, publisher of the Fort AH daring the week we read'of Florida.
on-which to print their editions. Roy Acuff. the former barefoot I Millar F. Caldwell 0.....
Myers News-Press offered a resolution -
proof with special care, but after
lost of the supply comes from Attest:
boy from tile hills
Canada or the Scandinavian coun' to the effect that the Associated of Tennessee the last paper had been printedwe I F. C. Elliot Sec. I
has the whole-hearted interest of
Dailies of Florida on I Trustee I. I. Fund.
go found to our chagrin that the:
tries. Practically all of the big citypapers record as willing to underwrite the one of tbe country's largest radio Oct. 1INrov, 1-8-15.
hare been limiting the size
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paper needs of the weeklies when! homey songs
of their papers and have turned such "
as "Wreck
it evidenced that on tbe Highway,
was any paper
down millions of dollars worth of "The Wabash
Cannon Ball" and
was actually faced with suspension. -
paid advertising for lack of paper': "The Great Speckled Bird" may to TRY ONE OP OUR
He made it clear that his association -
on which to print it. Some have' ome people be "corn," but at least
not volunteering to
was -
even gone so far as to refuse subscriptions -:, the
corn and
requiring prospective I publishers with all the news- long green. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS

'sprint they might need
or a quantity
subscribers to wait their turn toget
that would permit the publishing -
on the list. ; "QUOTES"OF
The OPA controls newsprint pa-' of special editions or extra voirnu AV UIEI OP: A TKMPTIXG MBAL AT
'pages beyond their normal but
per and established a ceiling considerably THE WEEK RBA&OXABLE PIUCHS .
rather to stand back of them in an -
below the world market, \

which was intended to help the pub- actual emergency. "Eating horsemeat is just a i;
The cooperative and unselfish action / ,
lisher and keep prices down. The question of mind over matter." Felt Item Individually !
Canadian mills found that they could of the daily group Js a creditto -Mrs. Fredericka Meyer, open
the and the ing horsemeat market
industry typifies in Newark -
sell all the newsprint they
American spirit of fair play and N J. BENT con'EIIX TOWX
in other countries at a good
free enterprise. Florida weeklies
profit whereas, if they shipped it to
appreciate it and I am rare their 1 conld've done
the United States the OPA ceiling better with
subscribers will too. more competition:" Israel
threw them for a loss. GLADES CAFE
Consequently they notified the Wemtraub, Atlaxtio City, after
downing 86 clams for champion
paper supply Douses that on the, New Patrolman Is ship. I \V c. KARABEi;
expiration of present contracts they j
j Here For TrainingMcRae
'would not consider a renewal at
A few weeks I "We have come very dose to
present prices. ago Walling of Milton. who the parting of the ways between ............
paper supply houses notified over I recentl completed a course of instruction freedom of individual choice anda u M __._
100 Florida publishers primarily in as a member of the State managed economy."-Proof

the weekly field that after December : Economies Lewis llaney, New

31, of this year they would be I- York Univ. MARKETTE'S RADIO APPLIANCE

unable to suppl any newsprint Patrolman A. 1V. Millar before bins .>

Many of the larger daily papers I / aligned to LaBelKas the new *

holding direct tontra-S with the pat! oman "Labor and management can SALES
and should work together more
----- efficiently to increase produc- CLEW1STOX, FLA.

I tion."-I'res. R. H. Keys Fore-

me.'* Atsn of America. Dealers For

BERRY FUNERAL HOME The auto workers ALWAYSwant Doyle Cyclo Power lawn MowersFor

more money r-Vite-Prei.
R.J.Thonat, United Auto Work.

AMBULANCE SERVICE en*. CIO, t* response to qiuttio Immediate Dellvet y


"We have filibusters against Fuel Oil Heaters for Immediate Delivery
PAHOKEE Ph. 2301 BELLE GLADE Ph. 247T 'most everything except padding

Uncle Sam's PAyroIL"-DaZZa.

Neva. 1 3-MonthV Factory Guarantee.Brown.
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ka\: From where I sit ... /, Joe Marsh

Johnny fack

I-r.i Who Gets Off Easier:- t I

: fLlywccds: Champion Cowboy

; Men or Women? fi

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laybe you saw that poll on who deep. Thad knows way deep don.1

; has the easiest life-men or worn- that the 'I'.ssns: has plenty *f work

en? Of course, the men voted that running a home; and SM knows ROnEOF6ft
S the women did and the women Thads friendly glass beer is well-

vice versa deserved relaxation after a long '

It would be the same in our town hard day's work = '1ers -

*' -take any family. Thad Phibbs From where I at,most taubands

envies his Missus spending the day and wives may grumble now and x 1 November loth and 11th

at home, with no hot office to atthen-but they know in their :

\ 1: tend to. And Sue envies Thad his hearts it's a case of live and let -whreal champions will compete for big cash i

i t lancheons with the boys; and his live, give and take,that comes out prizes. Bull Riding, Bronc Riding Calf Roping BullDogging
L glass of beer with friends pretty even in the end.
reBinc Trick Riding Comedy Events. Three shows G
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the( kitchen). cJoe7!lA.'.. Sunday, 2:30 p. In.; Monday, 2:30 p. m.; Monday, i

b Of course none of it goes very tQrighty 8:15 p. m.Biggest. i

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