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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 15, 1946
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00144

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VOLUME 23 XUMIJKi :) MOORS HAVEN, FLORIDA, PKIDAY, TSOVEMHKK: 15, 1948 tit"JlSCRIl'TWSI PER YEAR ie



1 GRAND MASTER-- OF 1 TerriersAndtigers To Tangle Friday iAPPEARANCEOFTHE I Methodists District Church Hold I'lARGE ACREAGE OF t!



I ODD FELLOW LODGE I Night In ClewistonThe SUGAR OFFICIALS IS School MeetingA I I TOMATOES GROWN IN :


: Moore Haven Terrier will district meeting of Methodist I

PAYS OFFICIAL VISIT conclude their football season to DELAYED FOR \WEEKFurther Church Schools was held here W d- INDIAN RESERVATIONCount

t date a winless one with the Clew- ne day evening with churches from '

iston Tigers on the Tigers' home LaBelle, Okeechobee, Clewiston and
D, W. Dawson of Wtst Palm field nest Friday night. negotiations nub Wash- other communities participating. Agent A. G. Hutchinson

Beach Grand Matter of the Grand The two teams will start the ngtun prevented officials of Ruth There were also several district of- and O. H. Bond visited Thursday

Lodge of Florida, Independent Or- game very evenly matched and the ugars Abbeville. La., from ap- ficials present from Lakeland Including the large acreage of tomatoes which

der of Odd Fellows, wae in Moore Terriers are hoping to present a earing before the district CPA District Superintendent Al- has been planted by a Fort Pierce

Haven last Friday night to pay an complete whitewashing for the sea- board in Miami this week to seek ton Murphy. operator in the Indian Reservation

official visit to Everglades LodgeNo. son> by winning this game. The: a permit for moving one or more Discussions during the evening south of the headquarters building.

39.This Tigers have only won one game to' of their sugar mills from Louisiana were centered around the operation Rumors of a tremendous production -

was the first time since before date, over St. Ann's of West Palm to the Moore Haven area but Rol- of the Church School, methodsof I OB this acreage were verified

the war that a Grand Master 11 Beach and their raak have been I and Caldwell, an official of the corporation teaching promotion of attendance by these men who said that the

has visited the total lodge aad for thinned by injuries since the season told J. E. Frierson. chairman etc. During the last few vises were lapping together from
this hie tttit made the of the board of county commissioners ,
reason was began. months rows spaced six feet apart and that
r the church school at the local -
occasion for a'Joint meetiag of the Despite previous showing of aad A. G. Hutchinson, church has almost doubled In there appeared to be several hundred -

Odd Fellows and Rtbekaiw. It was: either team this game is always an county agent, in a telephonic conversation sixe. acres planted.

iI an informal meeting with a fair! exciting one and it is quite likely this morning that they wouldbe One report, unsubstantiated, fe

i attendance. that there will be a big crowd of in Miami next Tuesday and that this operator, a Mr. Mia, hue

In his talk Mr. Dawson called attention Moore Haven fans present at kick- wORld confer with them before the Capt. John Moore s already taken off $:t,*" worth of

I" to the progress of Odd Fellowship -. off time, 8.15.Barrowman; meeting of the CPA board on Wednesday Accepts PastorateOf tomatoes from the acreage. Pikes

in the state and the rebirth the first of the week at Pert

of Interest In the order in the I Buys Mr. Priersoa, who has acted as Baptist Church Pierce were reported as about $7.**

past few mentbs. He commendedthe expeditor for the new mill obtain- per crate. '

local chapter very highly on: Trailer Park Here ing pledges from local growers to Nearer Moore Haven two colored
their spleadid lodge hall and asked I put a large acreage in cane for Capt. John A. Moore, an Army
farmers
Arthur
Hugglas and W.
From W. C. the asked Air Corps chaplain for the past
that they not be too discouragedover HayesMr. processing by mill has I M. Tobias, are picking beans which
Mr. Hutchinson and Carr Settle. : three years, a large part of the time
the fact that there are now such are selling at a fair price. Higgins
editor of the Democrat, to accompany overseas, has accepted a call to serveas
a few members carrying on the and Mrs. O. R. Barrowmanof I has five acres on the C. H. Settle
toI of the Moore Haven Baptist -
him Miami pastor
work of the order here. He congratulated Syracuse N. Y., who recently to Tuesday place south of town which, he says.will .
confer with these officials. Mr.1 Church, at least until the first
the Kebekah: lodge on arrived here to spend the winter in yield about five h ..ndredhampel'l
Prierson says that he will begin at! of next September when he plans
their spkadM work being done by the local trailer park have'pur- from the first picking.
nee planting extra of. to enter a seminary for further
the order state-wide and locally. chased this busineas from Mr. and an acreage These beans were selling at $Lee
cane while he still has extra education for the min stery.
Following Mr. Dawaon's talk Mrs. W. C. Hayes and will operateit some in Belle Glade Wednesday. Tobias

Mrs Beaten Brown, district deputypresides in the future. cane of an early variety for plant I Capt. Moore with Mrs. Moore has rather a large acreage a* his

of the Rebekah lodge, was ng. was here on Tuesday and Wednesday
Mr. aDd Mrs. Hayes purchased place on the highway south of town
In the telephone conversationthis for a visit and it not -
introduced and made a nice talk was until
the trailer park last year from Mr. and has already picked some beau
on work of the lodge here aad in morning Mr. Caldwell stated i Wednesday evening that he
and Mrs. J. :.I. Fountain who start- but no report has been given of
the district. The Odd Fellow district ed it several while Moore hat the company had definitely finally made up his mind to accept production.J. .
Robert Brantley of years ago made up their minds to move rife I the pastorate. They will return in
deputy Haven residents and it S. with .
operated Aly, ten
I' acres of beans
Clewiston. was introduced but did mill bat it is imperative tat they I about two weeks from Lake Helen
not make a talk. very successfully even after they eceive some priority from (he CPA where they are visiting his parents. in an eighty acre planting OB the i i1'aun
had moved to Clewiston to make place south of town, will
Peter Christensea. of Clewiston, for the necessary building materials Capt. Moore was serving as pastor j
their home. They are now operrttlag pick next week and is anticipatinga .
made a brief talk on Odd Fellow necessary for the erection of the local church when he
a camp in Clewiston. good return from this crop. i iI
ship after which Dewitt Cnthegroveof of the buildings. There was an indication enlisted as an Army chaplain and
Mr. Barrowman says that he will that block The bean price... been kept at
West Palm Beach, who had accompanied I some might was very popular with everyone, of I
the Grand Master OB his advertise the local park extensively have been thrown in the way' oftbe every denomination a rather high level largely because

trip hem, made a ake talk. ; to bring trailer tourists here to enjoy proposed move but there is none Iof I the tact that a greater portionof

Carr Settle acted as master of the fine hunting and fishing that the corporation has cooled off I Daniels the hg bean. crop on the south: .
W. Dies
K : and friendly neighborlineas of the to any extent on their plan. C. aid gad!J C;, shrdrawned _' <<..lh.MJ.ke: : ,'Wat, .",};'

r- ---riIlt. rev-th.._... eellx" efrash.ments mmvnts. _JI.vxptctj to-expand _. In Apalachicola A *% ,,. Met In- ithd enr'heavyk -

of cup eakes and .coffee were the"'1atmtlel et thin, i\eo, aseded. rains in that area, the rains at that '

served in the refreshment room n time being more beneficial than
) downstairs by a committee from Several trailers have recenth I WATERWAY 'WORKS >V. C. Daniels, a resident of detrimental here.

:moved into the camp and one of I Moore Haven for many years but Farmers little
the Bebekah Lodge. were a anxious last
hese visitors recently commentedthat I who has been living with a son fer
J HALTED IN STATE I night as the first cool spell of the
it was one of the nicest and : the past several years at Aplachleola fall into the
I, swept state but although -
School Board Minutes died there Monday afternoon
best located camps it had been their I temperatures fell late the

\ Of November 4November pleasure to visit in several years of BY LACK OF FUNDSThe after an illness of several fifties there was BO indication of I

trailer touring.Mr. I months duration. His age is I frost at this time.

and Mrs. Hayes, also New 1 thought to have been in the upper i

I 4. IMC. Yorkers will continue to reside 1 District I' S Engineer office seventies but could not be learned
Harriette
The Glades County Board of Pab- In one of the two residences which 1 in Jacksonville announced yesterday this week since his daughter, Mrs. Alston To !

hc Instruction met in regular/ 1eS- they purchased with the park. '1'tIe1 that all authorized work on Gallic Haddea left at once on receipt Represent Legion !

sion on the above date with all other residence is said t* hare I Florida waterways, including some of the news of his death.

\ members of the board present: been sold with the trailer park to work on the CaloosabatcheOkeebobee Funeral arrangements were not I At Winter Haven !

Elizabeth Ewing Luvenia Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Barrowmaa. project, had been halted because known but were thought to have I -
i iCCle'Wiston
and T. H. Snell. of a lack of funds. been held in Apalachicola yester :

The minutes of .the last meeting The office said that funds now day. Mr. Daniels was a member of News)
P.-T. A. Plans Box Miss Harriette Alston attractive !!
by
motion
read and upon
were at hand were insufficient to con-I the Moore Haven Masonic Lodge.
Gorman, seconded by Snell and young high school student, was j v
Supper On Nov. 26 inue the river aDd harbor peacetime -
carried as read. unanimously elected at the Legion i
duly approved program approved by Con Tangerine Queen
for meeting Tuesday night to represent
The matter of transportation gress last year, the funds previously I
The local Parent-Teacher Association Post 93 and the City of Clewiston ;
to the colored high ,
Alan Johnson appropriated being reduced recently Contest To Be Held !
at their meeting at the Tangerine Festival
decided last beauty
school In Clewiston. was discussed by presidential order. This I
aDd upon motion by Gorman, to sponsor a box supper and entertainment precludes engineer' planning for! At Cypress Gardens Contest In Winter Haven when the I
Snrtl and carried. It In the school gymnasium I contestants will be judged by John
seconded by new work and Improvements to existing -
was decided to pay 5frc( per day to on the evening of November %6. projects as well as periodic I WINTER HAVE Nov. 12-The Robert Powers, of the Powers MOd'I'I

Silas Riley for such transportation. An interesting program will precede maintenance dredging in rivers aodbarbors. winner of the Tangerine Queen el Agency of New York City.

motion by Gorman, seconded the auction of boxes. winning girl will be given a trip
Upon The fiscal year ends June Contest, to be held next Sunday at I
by Sneil and carried It was All the girls, old and young 30 of next year. Cypress Gardens. will receive a to New York with all expenses paid.

i decided to have Mr. Dllks rebuild married and single, are Invited, All floating plant operated under -scholarship to the John Robert Miss Alston is the lovely daughter -

e the piano In the colored school at urged and beseeched! to bring boxed the jurisdiction of tH district' (Powers charm school In New York, of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston

i the price of .7S-... IUBCB S. All the mate popula office has been ordered te tie up it was announced early this weekas and will be accompanied to Winter '

I Robert Williams who operatesthe ton will be expected to appear with for an Indefinite period. This mayor the entry list for the third an- Haven by her mother and her

I vehicle that transports the Ben- bulging pek tbooks. may not cut the personnel on an nual event continued to grow. male escort for the dinner dance

I bow colored students appeared before Hot coffee and tea. both iced sad already streamlined force oa the The offer was made by Powersin the night before the contest will be
aad asked that he Bob Rosenmeyer. She is consider
board
t the hot will be served. Okeechobee project. Only operation a telephone conversation with
Increase in salary, since 1 ed an ideal choke to represent
aa
navigation
l be given Funds derived from this even and care of drainage and Winter Haven Junior Chamber of
t be is having to pick up additional structures will be peesiMeunder Clewlston at the contest which has
adding 'will be used to purchase fans for Commerce officials. This year's
children from Bowden Farms, the curtailed it was attracted wide lat teet.
program
I miles 'he: music room and the lunchroom Tangerine Quell may take advantage -
to his route some five announced. It was announced at the meetingof
I diacuaaedand There will be no charge for thetrogram of the opportunity to attend
daily. Tula matter was [ or the drinks Some of the work suspended includes Powers school any time within a the American Legion whisk followed -

upon motion by Gorman, see- a 34-foot chattel from I after her selection. the election of Miss Alston
year
ended by Sue" and carried, the salary Jacksonville to the ocean enlargement to represent Cfewtetoa. that Douglas -

for tits driver was increased i Fire Destroyed 3,377 of the St Jonas 1 Jrer. from I Early this week St. Petersburg Pearey has been af'POinhdC.oeDty I
list with II entries but
month beaded the
from t 5.0 to Ilie.0 per Lands Jacksonville to Lake Blimey. improvement -I Service Officer to representthe
Acres Timber
of
the waicle I (j many sponsors In other towns in '
-the driver furnishing of the int al waterway Veteran Administration teSenary
and all his expenses far neb transportation from Jack son viljfc to Key].Florida are sending tn names of Coumy aDd It BOW at Pass
I their representatives with some of
route. TALLAHAS>EE. Nov. ft-A total West the West Coast iptracoastarwaterway Grille attending classes tn instruction -
',the smaller towns offering up to
All bills presented for pa1lteDtwere of 3,377 acres of timber lands various bar,"! Improvements I as to how to beet carry out theduties
four entries, according to E. B
authorised paid, upon motionby were burned during July, Angus and enlargement of theOkeeehebse of his new office.
chairman of the
Gorman. ascended by Nell aid I and September on protected acreage. : waterway. Howard, general Legion members are being asked -
Jaycees Tangerine Queen committee. -
carried. according to statistics of the fire i te donate their services en Sat-

At this time the board of county control branch of the Florida Forest FI..III.\G VIMTOIIS urday afternoons and pessiWy!

commissioners appeared before the Service. l' Plan are being completed for some time on Sundays for making

school hoard in conjaectioa with repairing Damage estimated at $3, 74 was Visitors during the paA week at the haasaet and dance to be held concrete blocks for the eventual

the Palmdale schwrt+ boa** caused by lit fires r'ecoitred 08 WlHiaM Hunting an4, Fishing for eaeteeta&ta. their escorts and construction of a Post home. The

and giving the commissonr the protected acreage. Lotge were: Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. invited guests at the Haven Hotel roster is now being made up ofLf&1onnalree

mission to use it as a polling pIIt-1' Palmer of Sarasota Coi W. C. lOB Saturday night A stage 59 who will give of their
The state baa 862.170 acres under ;
built la .
bug to being the amphitheater time
five
in return for financial hours at a time--to
fire protection.IIIIKAKS Mahoney. V. Pate. S. M. :Piper aad Gardens for
agreed at
Crpreee
repairing; the same. It was build these blocks: and 66 percentof I
that Mr. Snell u--ld make the necessary Howard Mitchell of Fo# Lauderdale the contest the cost will be saved by having

arrangements far harleC tX>LLAK BQNK : H. }lukle,. J. Segtette and Powers is expected to arrive the labor donated. Dick Hooks is

on the piling Friday afternoon on a National Airplane generously donating his equipmentto
M.
the buUdJng replaced HIMretk of New YorifCKr.. Arttrar -
Tommy Cook Motatetdja broken line at Tampa and will appear make
made. these blocks and the
rebates
and necessary C. ,...... darn E. K.
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Mottom: was made by Mr. SefoILI cottar boa jestarvaj whp|' ,at Tsai in movies to be made at the Legion will famish the material so j

a seconded bf Mrs. German and ear during tM iMak >>ur-rn .thej Bailey and T. O. 1UB* f' Tempt garden >Saterda afternoon as wen I give up a few week-ends toward M

rod that the meting adjourn. school gro****. -. I and J. 1.. BfUmutt of 1.y as during the contest. the Post home.'Ir .
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'I \ 'i' During their long, bitter rivalry
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: i Statesman Benjamin Disraeli and

( ,Z" ,,; ,MbD ,, t niliam Gladstone rarely had a

Hardy One ( and word for each other. Oa

Housewife-Oh, I kowou' ic occasion, Gladstone was denying -

You're one of the tramps I gave AGE 5CREEE iOReleased e a speech on one of his ret

a to last forms.
r pie spring. by Western Newspaper Union
Tramp That s r.rht,: ma'am' ;Notes of a iot-So-Interested Released by Western Newspaper Union. One elderly member, carried

There was three of us. I'm tne By VIRGINIA VALE Bystander: INCENTIVE PAY WOULD .-, .vay with admiration, leaned ever <

sole survivor THIS is a burst of loud ap- The Pre s Box: The proandcontrast SPEED UP PRODUCTION and whispered to Disraeli:

Aad How! for Eric Sevareid's of the diplomatic news: The SOME YEARS AGO I was em- "What an inspiring orator I Hj

A his nd- autobiography, 'Not So Wild a same pages that recorded Presidentrruman's ployed by a newspaper concern can convince others of m many
ctrafrr recruii salt ing ,ss*. "I don't like At reek of Dream." It's the story of a boy optimistic speech before where the composition was done on things!"

this .,.'* JtetfoV he cvmjtLuieeitcorry from a small town in South Da- United Nations delegates (and his a pecework basis. Each compositorwas Disraeli, in violent disagreement

-f).,) you'U soon fe* ewer kota who has never lost his love itatement that fear of war is unjustified paid for what he produced. The with what Gladstone was expound-

,1w., the OMtrBctor replied for that small town, through the ) also recorded Churchill'stalk machine operators were fast, and ing, nodded absently.
In which he accused Russia of each made what was at that time
Death and taxes are certain: and years when he's become one of our He "Yes," he said. Then be added:
violating the Yalta agreement. considered exceptional wages.
the worst of it is that the taxes best political and war reporters. "And he can convince himself
of
scale
also demanded to know why the So- On the theory that a piece ,
Many of will "
us never f jrget some
come first.Classified. anything at all!
of his broadcasts over CBS during and-Soviets were massing 200 di- with its resulting high man-hour

the war anJ still look forward to l lions in Eastern Yurrop. U. N production, resulted n> fewer jobs,

his Saturday night talks. Sevareid headline: "Confusion Reigns on the typographical union refused to But 5,000 Millions of

DepartmentBUSINESS covered the'war in Fiance, England First Day." Here we go again! continue such an arrangement. The '
Stars Seen Naked
China, Italy, Germany and It was diplomatic and polite for men had to be employed on a -by Eje

&. INVEST. OPrOR.DRY Burma. But this is not primarilya them all at Flushing to say they straight hourly wage basis. You think
would this time. The next The production man-hour may you see millions
GOODS MORE war book; it is the inspiring storyof get along per
And men's re. years a superbly
work clothing all 1'l"\Il Yo.d i sell stock of truth is can't
you see more than
l do in the (shake amount of out, the
like composition
goods with new n od.rni. 'r e building and written, a story of the world in our fighters ring
2-room residence in re -r Modern fixt ires. times hands) before they start throwing company had to employ more op 5,000 with your naked eye. The big
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fluorescent lights suft. cosh register andahowcases
Open onld fen.. days -- ippercuts. erators. This was a result that was microscopes spot 500 million stars,
Write or Phone the nearest one being 25 million
to be expected. It was but the
Jasper Bargain Store Van Johnson says his role in "The
New York's official greeter working of human nature; with no miles away.
11 Romance of Rosy Ridge" the kind
Jasper & 13
All the stars in motion
---- --- for which (Groven Whalen) was instructedto reward to the individual for extra are moving
he's
WANTED MEN amazing plan fortag aM- been prap: :g. "It'sVAN hit through and past each other'sorbit
get 90 tickets for every effort, the effort stopped.
money over 2OO money""fc"f d5.b.
fail or spare time Folio free N. ST ICKS.DOCS show In town for the UNers. That largely, is the condition in in opposite courses.

tit S. Clay SI., Sattskary._ N. C. __ __ EL Hoover (ex-President: : of the all industry in the United States today

.OR S.-\LE-SmaU chenille plant for bedspread U. S.) sold his Washington, : when full production is so bad-
and house coats. located near
Athena, consistinc of four needle machine D. C., home. Guess the old boy ly needed. It is human to lay downon

needle*, machine one needle. 1 Serger machine and tables.6 single d gave up. At ManhattanviDe the job when extra exertion does Relief At LastForYourGougii

C. L..IrTHlRCU.. SONS eollege's 100 ann'y when he took not bring the individual any extra
Bex lit Atbtas, Geerfla
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Dewey and Democratic party Russia secures maximum
CATS, PETS ETC.
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chief Robert ) Cardinal
Hannegan -
man-hour production by assigning -
PUPS: Firrbrrd. Dewormed. :2 mo oldKngUafc .
Bulls, male $35, females $25. Spellman got a howl from to each worker a stint he Creomntsinn relieves promiiUy be-

$12.90 American; German Pit Bulls Police males, wolf$20 ere}fern, large.lies the distinguished audience by most achieve, or else. As the muse it goes right to the Best of t&9
type, mates $35, females SIS, EnglishShepherds ad-libbing: "Here I am-In the stint is achieved the amount of trouble to help loosen and expel
t Toy Shepherds fox Terriers middle again!I" Amos 'n' gem laden phlegm, and aid nature
in-
Hat Terriers males $17 SO. females $10. production demanded is to soothe and heal raw, tender, e-
7. C. VAIGUAV C.O.D. Approval- OwiBf. S. C. Andy don't consider $2 bills un- creased. The worker is kept Earned bronchial mucous mera
-- -- -- lucky any more. That's what you striving, at all times, to avoid bra:es.TdU your druggist to sen yg
need today to buy $1 worth of the penalty for failure. We cannot a bottle of Creomulaion with the ufl-
HELP WANTED HOMENM
_._-- -- anything. demanding you must like the way i)
MORE Su le We.... ages 18 to 45 No- use such methods in free quickly allays the cough or yowl pie
others need applj' As secbonizers andpackers JOHNSONmy America, but it might be possible to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
Clean work.of canned Fine grapefruit hotel accommodations, write only. Broadway Ballad (By Don to work out a system un

near plant. Sleep 3 to room with privatebats. fit 4 character part and the first Wahn) : There were two paths along der which each worker weald

Make. Rates up$15 jour.00 fjiUheahmorn own group for hotel congeniality time I have been able tbreak away the road of youth. And so I be paid, in addition to a mini for CouPs.Oiet Colds.! rcad ts!

_rounds ala. :Recreation Piece Work which will enable frori that 'boy next r' type of chose the twisted one for mine. mum fixed wage, a percentage -

you to earn good wages We teach younow characterization." And searched in vain for boner) and of the profits based on the
to do it Rush applications Plant
starts Oct. 31st Operations continue -, I ror truth. But searched and quantity of each worker's pro-
through April or Hay found the dreams that hide in wine. duction.
IIOLLl HILL RUT PRODUCTS. IlHfjtitfe
I INC. During her first London luncheon
't Davemswrt. FterMa.TOl'.NG Goldwyn Girl Martha Montgomeryasked And so illusion had its sunny Such a system would provide an
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day. And banners waved above Incentive for each worker to do his
IN>AUU WIDOW both leg off.deaires for a glass of milk, and the
neat. attract.ve young woman age the castle wall. And there were utmost. Those who excelled wouldbe | firiicef li&f iistiiff
1<-W, who has lost .. leg or an arm. aa waiter asked for her certificate. "In
raveling companion on nne.month European England," he explained, when Mar- girls to laugh the years away. paid for their excess of produc-
tour Prefer applicant who does not
wear artificial limb $150 per aye sal.. plus tha looked blank, ")Wk is issued And all my clan was arrogant and tion. It would recognize the human
Se ....-.. All transportation first class.AMWCT for infants talL I did not know that castles element that, under present condi-
!. only and invalids. If I
own handwriting stating
easeauo.i areseut emplo>ment and encloaareceot age may be excused tor the observation were so fraiL That girls can tions, is a bar to full production in
tuB-MngUi inexpensive snapshot 1* : fade like whispers in the night American industry. It would re- Removes yellowdiscoloratlen4DlslnfectsDeodorizes
I should ,
BOX U. < E< arii Are 1'1'. Pa. 1 venture to say you are nei
ther." The girls are touring the I did not know that wine could grow ward the fast without penalizing the
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MISCELLANEOUSFIREWORKS I before the 10 stale. That songs can lose how. .
provinces opening of
their measure of delight. ThusI +Seals paint pores
"The Kid From Brooklyn." Without some method of reward -
UiatCHANTS. write for price list on Brepistcls _3__ I have earned my heritage of wrath. for speed we will not secure +Refreshens color
we s, and caps immediately-. As ghostly dreams stream down
Supply LimIted.OEJIEa full production. So long as .. all in e
one
Helen Nielson who makes her
\L TRADING COMPANY \ crooked path.American the Incapable receive as much

.DaavUle.PkeM 42 Va.e screen debut in Columbia's Glenn as the capable it is Just not in operation /
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Re-Action, Inc., let- the cards for the capable in-

_SEEDS, PLANTS ETC. ," was discovered by talents terhead says: "To defend Our dividual to do his utmost. Ills j ? jutjittxtitefinotifying

ROSE BUSHES outs in the cast of a Hollywood Country Against Its Enemies at production will remain at the uresy '

Everblaomirs: varieties 2ynr-old> field Little Theatre play-but she's a Home." This is quite appropriate level of his slowest co-workers. e
grown; 50 choIce vjfie'ies.. free Critalog
..,.Yes Nar eri .. Bes &ii: T>ler. Texas.. cousin of Veronica Lake's, lives with since many of the big The unions have
.-- Veronica, and was coached by her. names (among its directors) frowned on the 1
-
Incentive pay idea, except as it
But maybe a screen career for her were isolationists and Band ap-
U. S. Savings Bonds plies to extra hours at time and one
has --
always been her fate; when she cuddlers, who never did any-
half, as a means of encouraging
--- -- -'-- was twelve she appeared in an ama thing to defend our country
teur performance in a New York against its enemies abroad production. It might be possible to -
Brings MIGHTY FAST City neighborhood theater and sell them on a division of profits, FORCOLDS'MISERIES ;

walked off with the greater amount going to those
the first
Long-lasting Relief InICOUGS prizeandthe
Lou Schmoltz revealed this New who produce the most

prize was a Shirley Temple doll! { York Novelette. He says it Today we have more to buy with

--*'- actually happened. A lower than we have commodities to buy.

David Niven calls his new Santa East Sider the brother-in-law ofa Today we have more jobs than Many Are Changing to PENETRO

t WEST dt COLDSRUB M(.nica home "The Fortress," not gangster was visited by the we have men to fill them. Today our Somebody elya aeem*to have a cold

(only because it resembles one; it's latter, who demanded $10.000 in greatest need is increased produCe> in large families, that' why to many

rri r manned entirely by seasoned combat cash at once. "I haven't tion. We can get that increase whenwe young bandy for mother quick-acting now keep relief PENETRO..to deaD

veterans. Even the nurse who 10.000 nickels! said the chap. find the method of rewarding and white, BO pleasant toad to

cares for his two boys was a mem- "Where will I get that kind of those who make possible that greater effective PENETBO'S modern-type,

ber of a mixed anti-aircraft battery, dough?" "I don't care where," production and display the ability soothe medicated>> irritated vapors nIt N breathing at gas pII to'-
upper
Here's One Of The Greatest and has several planes to her credit. barked the gangster. "Dig it up. I'D to sell that method to organized uses,dear the beadrelieve ion throat,

Niven himself, who'll be seen next give you 48 hour' The frantic labor. help quiet coughing of colds. _

COO IRON in Goldwyn's "The Bishop's Wife," one went to many intimates, telling e e PENETRO GIVES YOU the borne-

was a colonel. the British Rifle all he needed it to save his life; RAILROADS PERMIT GRAFTIN approved medication mutton out rate feature in to help; and breakdentific -

YOAN Brigade. that he was to be killed if he didn't 'LUXURY TRAIN TICKETS' up the local congestion and relieve mar

TONiiS: produce it. The most he could IN THE metropolitan cities they velar soreness of cheat coldo.And Pen-

BUY The first exclusive long-term con- get was $500. The next day he ;aU scalping entertainment ticketsa tro agesre keeps tful on sleep.working Maaymodernmothen for boon,comas' i

If yon lack BLOOD-IRON! tract for an acting herse has been committed suicide. Not knowing racket. What should the same everywhere are changing to clean,white

from You girls simple and anemia women that who you're suffer p&.le.weak so, hoofed (like a finger print) by Dice, his brother-in-law the gangster, system when applied to railroad accommodations -

"dragged: ouf-this may be due the featured stallion in "Duel in the died several hours before he did- be termed* The railroads PENETROSRUBchange

to lack of' blood-iron So try Lydia EPlnkham Sun." He's signed up for two years !rom a rival hood's bullets. operate some fine trains on .
TABLETS-on* of the: best -- -
home ware to build up red blood to with David O. Selznick. fast schedules, but only that class3f
get more strength-in such casea.PinkLam's --- They tell you not to be too the public who patronize the better

blood-troa Tablet tonic are you one can of the bull greatest Now that "Deception" is being amazed if Scc'y of State Byrnes class of hotels, and who can i iLJr

-. .-- shown, Bette Davis wants to do a quits and his post goes to thenavy's afford to cross the palm of the hotel

WN1- :-14 46--46When comedy; since 1941, she's been specializing Mr. Forrestal. That job transportation clerk with a bit cf
carries with
--- in it the succession to folding ''
tragedies. "People will money, can enjoy tbe tru ,--
think I'm a humorless character the presidency. Good man. !1 luxury these trams provide. It

Your who stalks the corridors with a Back to normalcy item: Four is a "publk be damned" policy in

candle scaring small children," said immense new signs along Times which the railroads participate and

Back Huffs Bette. She thinks her best comedy Square have sprouted, all featuring make possible. They permit the hotel r

role was in "It's Love I'm After," electricks. EverybodJ's transportation clerks to reserve

And Your Strength and which was made in 1937 and was economizing these days. mil desirable space on these trains,

Energy Is Below Par overshadowed by the Award-winning So is ziUionaire Frederick to be cancelled at the last minute

It mar b* eanxd IT disorder of KdBy "Jezebel." Prince, who has cut his household if, perchance, the clerks do not fin
function that permit polwnoo --it-- staff down to a mere 20. customers. It means an easy graft
wat to accumulate. For
truly
many
5 people! fed tired. reek: and m! er bU The casting department at Warner for the transportation clerks, but CALOX
when the kidneys bU to remove ueo Bros. spent six days finding 12 Manhattan Murals: The 5th Avenue some day the railroads will pay in to
acid and other
:} Mesa matter from the
.
btood. male and 12 female dancers who Flower shop located at Madison the form of public condemnation.

rheumatic Yea mar pains coffer, fcndcb Brjac. baekaeha flirnnia.ccttiat .; could do an old-fashioned waltz for and 60th The shop at 131 e for the ta+uc effect

BJ alchta. Ic Ba-aa. nuBlaf. "My Wild Irish Rose," the Chaun- W. 42nd street selling white shirt* GIVE RUSSIA DOMINANCE IN on smile
Sometime* frequent and scanty tineaUoa i cey Olcott picture.entytwo (all you want!') at belOPA fees. EUROPE with control of tie re- your

I wits sip aBartmf that som.tbng and burring 1* wrong U vita aoetbrr applicants tested and lost. The Bob Olin's doorman handing I sources and manpower of that Efflelent fata teorti .teror.!!

( the Then tidarv ataoold or bladder.b*ae dovbt that prompt --IE--: hot coffee (gratis) to parked had k; continent, along with what she has Help*remove Elm...brio*oct
treatment 1a< wise then a cU t. CM men on chilly eves. The LaSalle i of her own and she becomes a nation all the IWWal lojcr of foal
Doe.'s Pt:*. It i* better to refr om a Skitch Henderson, young pianistof with the Connecticut license plat! that no other nation could defeat ImAL
nadieiiM that has won eoatry ids -
t thee oa something lee UTorablrk appronl the Bing Crosby program, fully reading CBS in front of NBC. Within a quarter of a 2 A rpecial Iqredlecc la Cataeocooraae .
century
Qwa.Don'l hare....tried and teMd intended to become a concert pianist The she could "I-----...
70-year-old bootblack and
our r'IarLAre at alt drat atone.CM when he left England and at 55tt: probably would. communize which ha a tome effect oa gata
Don't today.DOANSPlLLS. cameto and 6th who works on his play between the world including these ...help make them ton and
his native America. Butoncehe shines. Sports promoter; United States and ail the westernI roy.Tone up you atafle_.wUhy
was introduced to American jazz, D. G. Hertz and hemisphere. Is CaLm
a barber named I it for thai
E was An A
>er-
f i he changed his mind and look at Joe Gallo flattening a native Nazi icon red, phdc and few tI ? NA is JM&IIJ .. l3..tuia

I i him nowl! for bothering patrons at a bar. efets are plampt! -* a/ 1buR uettsitsg hsdii'3'a


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&)t4. Quotations {. Chintz-Covered Chest Provides O unn

Storage Space for Your Blankets al i
The
clatter of arms drw s

the voice of the la"'.-M..- tree do a really good job of cov

taigne. LIME MTN i .tiI erg v. .tt: a flounced skirt and
oR C.aTM M
IB can he rule the great I r OR 1+Au a-'*=Z"ed top cushion. ni
that cannot reach the ...U. PAPER :K : P.:ce Uus chest at the foot of roar
i MSTED pry beef .: use it as a seat under a windowcd
-Spenser.
1will harmonise perfectly withat
Criticism is of M valae e: fij-ushinj am e
which either icawes the reed i Pattern fit (tvu large diagrams and
dl"ec.ans for raaktaf the wooden &cxa
of the old M the value fill the o mutilated rtep-y-Biep direc:.o3
BW.-Herbert Dower. d t for co\e-tn tt. A -.p1eIe ttt of G.'
: rraierui* to tectaded. To order ths ? :.
Tenth is a vttederhd thug tern. send lie wttt name and .&.-t,3
What a erne to waste it Mefcfldre ", lEM THAOUeu direct uMBS>-
*. George Bernard wCJeti f E

Shaw.IV. 'ToIIC.CWt1 UP i BOTH WTEfB SPURS t
BlaB who sees both \ utiGE liStel .... N. T. Drawer .:>

siies af qpestwn is the BULB I F STORAGE space is m demand Eactatt 11 cntsler Pmtterc Ko IS-

.....- sees ahsstatery Bathing here is a solution to the problem JIa....

at alL-Oscar Wilde. Make a simple substantial AIS4I-
< wooden box with a hinged lid and

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llnc/t !I' A good pugiust and ; poor I i fjDlfiL 9J. 7 ?xL ?J1mLI : -

P/ZIJ preacher can quickly; put his man
to sleep.
I A certain broker has contr.I .-. Lan ".
Bund* of WMtnmtmj are wordblau I extremely effective defer ;a
.s'tZ'f6: unless Ae meal le Itqjt up. plan against acquaintances '.. Fg-

Tre only thing more expensive are always wanting to bon.$4:; i

:: j.r education is ignorance. "for a day or two."
A HYPOCRITE r<_- s' c, '-.. ..-
The prospective borrower s:.
in misleading ct..ers; <-- L- .._ When two MM* hi a ins always :
he misleads hcnseJ agree, one at fees Ismt ...... "Matthews, can you lend ire 55
until day after tomorrow9""Certainly

It's a gswtf thine the way o' the Good conscience you ow-e.to ," repMattte: ; s.
traasgiiasst is hard or it vujldevtr Y"ilI"se1f; ; good fame to your neifh- "Glad to do it.Wfe4l always ke-.p ,w-

stand the heavy traftc. i iI, bor. $5 on band to lend." Then t=:-..-
I mg to his secretary, be eoatmues
'
At two periods in his life is a'1 John, is our borrower's $5 o
man sore of his opinions--at 211< *"

and again at 70 i I Tax Foot Tunnels I now"No, sir," replies John.e

AR,.. takf it .B artsparf uf aaa loaned it out yesterday. Start the Day Right With a Good Breakfast
....." .... ..". .... ronhlr In New York City, privately "When win it be back?" (See Recipes Below
:+.waisg 1.....L owned foot tunnels running under "It is promised back tomorrow"

Love triangles seldom stay put street are subject not only to a 'Then, John, as soon as it comes Breakfast BreadsHAW'S
"
Host of them tarn out to be wrcck- utopeity tax but also an annaal in, lend it to Mr. Jones here. I LYNX CHAMBERS' MEXTS l_

tangles.Maay. franchise tax says Collier's. : breakfast interest at youraoatc
I and Dwarfs Creole with Rice
Shrimp
Midgets
has isa&fred These latter taus are based on these days Does everyone !
a BUS vastly Green
Beans with
bis character by trytag to {!how the passageways are employed The world has 2,000 midgets leek forward to Salad CeleryPerfection
and SOD for who formed hirman littfeg down fr
lire to what Ms range from $ : are perfectly
nj greet agent Luna
: Sally
says about Mm. I a tonne between two buildings for beings, and 95,000 dwarfs who, breakfast b. Beverage
Sliced Peaches Cookie
Jose of employees to $8,000 for a while usually having normal-sued cause mi-J-c- 4 i
Some people seem to have out- j tunnel between a department store beads are smau m stature chiefly ante to ha\e Redp Given

Bred their usefulness when, as a i and a subway station for cuuven- because of the stunted growth at some fluff. c:

scatter of fact, they never had any. !| fence of customers their legs. bread that"t' ev !spank; with topping and bake In shot

Den smell tc*:jig ,-.., (400 degrees) oven for about If

while they're going minutes. Cut te squares aDd serve E
through the hot.
T
14 t7 ue t4 bushing touches of bathing and I Topping for SaBy Lund
Iresstaif T Or, is the family anxious Vs brown
nap sugar

RETREAD WORN TRACTOR TIRES \ jo scamper giving it through so much breakfast as a sniff without I 1 1 tablespoon teaspoon cinnamon melted batter

If the latter is the case, then sit Combine brown sugar and ebtamon
iown right now and do something ;
t
; blend with butter.
drastic about it. You may have too
..- without bacon and sausage Corn cakes are a variation: ef pan'cakes
and are r pfnalb/ goad oa
those breakfast stondbys. but the
cold hard-to-geVup m rnsfs. Make
-..
tagredienU required tar breakfast them nice and thin and serve with 4
arteds are available. Let them lift honey t
or syrup. _
FOIl a oft for that important first
Gen Cake r
peal of the day. Your family can't Lacy .
(Makes M eak.
resist light, fluffy rolls wilt the > !
m yeBew eerm.eaII
tang amen of cinnamon and raisins caps
teaspoon salt
or fight and hearty pancakes.
2 well heatesiZesysstflk
Bran is a good food Item for any egg

Say of the week, but it's esprmauy
4 tabkapaoa melted .tisgfgiag
rood at breakfast when served sa
Combine cornmeal and salt Combine \
:heM tasty muffinsBranMeiasses:
eggs milk and melted shorten 1 II

Msiaa.11L in,. Pour in cornmeal and stir until ,, }
euya ibsa well com ir.ed. Bake on a hot griddle $

1IRIJHIfl'i 1 bgepooe baking pwdet stirring better each time being = l 1
44 teaspoon wki.g soda removing a spoonful. Serve moils
1 trsepeaa salt hot

1HH tops sneer ..ilk er butter StresseJ Caffee Cake.I1 f

q. asbssee1st CBBS sifted si puipm fger
MtS bras 2 tearp..- baking paeior'
1 etc sttffhtly heater 34 teaipooelsalt
METHOD 2 "VIII es aaetkd sierte i f fe teaspoon caret Q

Sift flour once; measure; add t ta ..,...
jakmg powder, soda and salt Sift I tall6espMas shorteningH

LL1I Jnti Jim Hm tWUW FQWli .igam. Add milk moiasMS andre I en
) ; let stand until most of the top' aiIk

squid is absorbed by the bran.: Add SA dry ingredients Cut in shortening

tgg and melted shortening which: add unbeaten 'II

1U been slightly cooled. Add flour egg and ..,
nistare and stir just enonch! taaoisten miflt Stir until I:

FOR the dry ingredients. FiB snocillt. Tarn ono t"
muk.1! less than tIe c" 5 t ,'f greased muffin pans ft fan andaeke a square or loaf
a a hot (400 degrees) ovea foe pan which has '-0..:
new tires, \01 can have Tnur *s ;ra
M to 35 minute been greased and "

tractor tires retreaded w ith the sharp, P.uer Bread.I top with the following f

dcep
tread design. This patented tread will ( teaspoons baking f 'm4ir 4 Streusel tablespoons Tipping:
1 teaspoon atH sugar
increase the drawbar poll of yaK 2 tablespoons batty
cap sugar X
tractor by as much as 16%. Retried I cop dates or candied raagt peel 1 teaspoon batter
m caps orange juice or milk H teaspoon mace
rubber is of the
same loog.Iattbaggtlality ))4 cop peaant bvttrr Mix all ingredients with a ferkScatter
:
wed in new Firestone tfcrt*. Sift flour, measure; add baking untO mixture crumbles.
over top of batter aDd bake in a
wwder, salt and sugar. Sift again
Firestone Factory-Method Rereading and add dates or hot utes.(400 degrees) oven for S xnia .

takes few J..aa.en orange peel Add t
only a days. or milk Btttt Coffee Cake. i
or
exchange tires are available at vow juice slowly orange toy Bake Streusei coffee cake in tin

nearby Firestone Dealer Store or peanut butter, preferably a roond eee Cover top.
before baldBg, with shaved almonds
Firestone Store. Ask for their low-cost blending. Pour thoroughly into- and brown sugar. After cake has

Firestone FKtOry. {etbod Retread p. four mixture: and baked and cooled, split in half and
spread with and
whipped cream
'x =.. = service. Give year worn tire the mx just until dry raspberry jam.

pulling power of new Firestone \. %) moistened.ingredients Do are net If you want to impart a battery

Ground Grips the only tractor beat Turn icU, a greased loaf pan flavor to baked goods without using
I butter itself, then use sour cream.It .
bake moderate
and in a (3St de-
tires that take a "center bite" fa the imparts richness and taste ts
I i trees) oven for about 1 hour.
heart of the traction one aai I SaHy LunD.I almost Soar any baked Cream food.Waffies

?, give your tractor up to 16% more I 2 cops flour 1 cap lourteaspooa

f pull at the drawbar. I 3 teaspoons baking powder *4 soda
H teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking powder
linen BOa.' earn" j..o.. H cop shortening 1 teaspoon salt

I err ?4 cop rich sour creamS

ttr Ikt to.ewi4 flee. ,.IN T..... .: Frat...' rrry.Va.S on."t \L..drri I ;S cap milt cup buttermilk
i Sift loor; measure and add beki 2 errs, beaten scaparatclyAdd
array IHi.B.RMtaat It A Bottar: Ok asd salt sift
per
i ng ; again well beaten yolks, sam
Ore-sa sborteatec, aid sugar grad- cream and buttermilk to melted

air; QBBtasBg. Wig crM Iptud shortening and sifted dry ingredients. .

FIRESTONE PUT THE FARM ON' RUBBER ftafly. Add sifted fiser! naxtore Mix thoroughly. Fold in carofuSy -
tad stir jut eaomgh to masten the ; the stiffly beaten egg whites
dry ingreducts. Do net beat POST and bake on a hot waffle iron.vp .
Dater into a greased square pea Bet.aaed t7 waters p0 Vaio*.
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GLADES COUNTY Roy Acuff To AppearIn three moving or four back weeks to Oklahoma in Kansas and before Lake Okeechobee and Interests the maintenance of agricultural of aetirtUes necessary '.}:.J1|

DEMOCRAT navigation depths in the OUeehoteeCross <{
Between -
Elevations
Clewiston On Texas and down to Florida where

will for the Florida Waterway. Tie %;
perform
the troupe
MOORE HAVEN FLORID'E. Monday, Nov. 18 winter season. 14 and 17 Feet .St. Lacie and Caloosahateb.ee Ca. '% *

his estimation Acaff'a topnotch i nals connecting Lake Okeeehehc ".-
as second-etas matter. May I In #;;<

1327 at the Poatofflce at Moore I Roy Acuff, star of screen and movie was "Night Train to Since completion of the Lake with the Atlantic and Gulf tosses, .- -;:
.
Florida, under the Act of I works respectively, are parts of that
Memphis levees and control waterway -fi-
Congress of March 1. 1I J7. radio will arrive in Clewiston early Okeechobee

Monday morning for his scheduled At the present time, the radio liD 1937, the United States Eagiswer and aIM the two outlau far V

I FnblUktd Every Friday By II perforiuam' to,) lie held under the and screen star reside la the beat Office in Jacksonville Florid, has !regulatory discharge from the ..... ;4IB

TUB GLADES Pill\TICO, Imt. I I big fm-i'pM.f t'lt!: Monday night,: residential district of Nashville, ,regulated Lake Okeechobee as nearly combination these outlets are I*

CARR SETTLE. .........u I Ots ;i' t"Elt'n wounds! located Tenn. I as possible between elevations I capable o'f discharging about 74H

The leader of the "Smoky Mountain 14 and 17 feet, Okeechobee datum. i cable feet per second from the _- -

I I Boys" has been ia show business That range of fluctuation was lake which is sufficient to lower the -' f

"."_rlpU.. Hatr i for 14 years sad has appeared adopted after much study as being lake stages about one toot per \.

O.eear _____ __ _
a: A in several movies besides his I II most nearly ideal to serve the pur- I month. Daring rainy seasoas the v

8U Moptb -- -- -- 81" radio and broadcasts. of life and -
programs poses of protection area of about 5,000 square miles '

'i'iv1EANDE'RNGS I A, Hundreds of recordings have been' property during hurricanes, the bestat I which is tributary to the lake .... ;--

I :made by his band aad many more i charges its water into the lake at './'

.ire being worked on now. I' least trying to) for our six week rate in excess of the capacity of .-'.
I la
i Although his programs originate test. We all Intend to have better I he outlet canals. When this coa- ,-,-

out of Nashville, he plans a possible !
grade So here's hoping! (Continued on Page 5)
By Carr I move elsewhere in the East; I

Settle'I' however, the location has not as 1 r
(' near N> v" building.Acuff .
>et been decided upon. _
who madf The Great EaIil-
1ti _
Last Thursday afternoon we wereaatong :
Speckled Bird Wabash Cannon-
the rather confused groupof
ball" and "Precious Jewels famous maa..aa.DlmlliiISCHOOL
Gun i
the
editor who gathered at
to has in his troupe a total of 10. HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
Club near Orlando in response DAZE
Millard members, all of whom are from the
aa invitation from Governor
state of Tennessee with the -
exception
Caldwell for a state-wide preas 'D' MILKAnd
I of two. STAFF
eoaference and we could find very' : ____ :
The tour of "The Grand OP! Kdttor u Tracyoge
few, after the meeting was over '
Opry," of which Muff is the leader .\Mdriote" Editor Bottle Kobiionr"
I'I'fMJOt'ft'
who had yet formulated an opinion. Other Alfar Products
and before ?????!
was started April 15 ----- --- ---
Perhaps, had we been able which to havestayed it ia completed, Till hare been < rt. _._--___ char CIa)tOil II
for the barbecue was AT YOUR
have featured in 13 states and covered Tommy Wayman I AVAILABLE
would
b U afterward
we I
approximately 100,009 miles. The I..Ji4 __ Opal RanVenonKatlilenen
toned more but frankly doubt it. I
show is booked for. period of McLaughlin GROCERY AND
There were quite a few representatives -
!
Campus lUnrr T. Jean Dupree
of the daily few ---- --- -
press very i -
from the weekly press aside from posed by the state saying that he Ruth Clue DRUG STOREALFAR
Qu *tiofi of the week Dean Merlin
\WI who are directors of the State did not favor the state collecting
Tlpwts ____ Kettle Hobin.. n
Press Association who had been a tax and then giving it back to a no

summoned for a meeting there that county or city since that pat the Doyle Hall
Jean
day by President Ed Menninger of state in the position of dictating to Dupree
!
Sponsor ____ Miss DotllUam'On
.Stuart, the governing body of these smaller -

The Governor paraded the heads political sub-divisions. Instead, ffalme>a aXOOI.In

li .f practically all of the state departments he said, he was more inclined to w

in front of the press let the state retire from some formsof
Who to Clay-,
came see Dorothy
representatives, gave each of them taxation and let the municipalities '
ton Sunday? Where could she have
Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
two minute to make a report on take over. been? ,

the activities of his department and What we can't understand is why.
Wonder what Milton Pollard did West Palm Beach Fla.
dipped them off without ceremony if this is so, the state can't retire I ,
when the light's out in the
went
if they ran many seconds past from the collection of the cigarette -,
show Sunday night. Watch out
4 the allotted time. He invited the tax and let the municipalitiestake i
Earl Grainger.
I questioning of each of these department over. '
Who is K. B.'s new heart-throb
heads and seemed a trif Ed Menninger, when the conference -I
Could it be Betty C?
tie disappointed that there were few was first proposed wrote a -v
Who is Glen II. new girl'?
questions forthcoming. But theInk form letter to all members of the '
Could it be G. T. in the 7th grade I -
dabblers were cautious without State Press Association, asking themto
Who was that good looking bo\
knowing just why. write him their opinion of changes I <
from Tampa visiting the Clicks that
After the parade of the bureau which are needed in state government I ,
Geraldine L. went to see?
heads, daring which the nearest and these were coordinatedinto
What happened to Tracy last
thing to an argument was between a report of thirty-three items
Friday :night in Belle Glade.I .
two of these officials( themselves which were simply handed to the:
understand there was quite a
Dr. Ike Kennedy of the State Game Governor for his study. At the di
fight out at Lakeport last Sunday
,. and Fresh Water FIsh Commission rector's meeting that day. we were night. ytt

and Tom burst of the Conservation asked to approve this program and
Jessie n&sn't been at school fortH
Commission 0what do you{while we differed in a few Instances -
last eouple of days. Could it
think-Lake Okeerhobee catfish felt that it was a very comprehensive -
be something that happened Sun- I
the Governor got a little firmer and well-rounded pro- t
I day night?
grip on that black cigar, unrolled I gram. We bowed up of course, on ,. -;
Who 1* Gloria Pollard all th
a list of questions on pertinent I the item concerning commercial -
"
time calling 11 and "Darl -
state subjects prepared by the editor -I fishing but were toM to keep our ,
ing? '
of a metropolitan daily and shirt on for it had no effect on
Why did J. B. skip school yeM.t i i-
proceeded to answer each of the fresh water particularly Lake Okee- "

questions in a straightforwardManner chobee. day -: -
What girl is Edward Cook '" ;ir. I-
all of them in one of three ant ...,..; '
It
was a little late to make ad- ning after ? '.t "v i .
ways: "yes," "no" or "I haven'tgiven DOW I ,
ditions but should like
we to have .,
Why was Lots Cox so lonesom- ,,,
it sufficient study. We were added a paragraph endorsing state .. ,.
a
Friday Bight? It eealdn't be because -' ;. / ;
particularly impressed by his answer system of conservation officers Doa G. was COM. I bad to I I&i

to critics of expenditures for i patterned after the highway patrol.
hold her hand, she looked so lone-
Mate building in Tallahassee when Candidates would be educated in ly. The Ground

he said that the approximately one conservation and law enforcement Army Forces offers you
happened
What
?
to Lois O. Her
and three-quarter million dollars
methods before
being
assigned
I to boy was not with her.Why .
which had been spent on lands and an area and would be transferred A NEW LIFE OUT THERE
Geraldine down-
I was so
plant previously in Tallahassee was :from one section to another at
hearted Monday? Could it be because -
Jthall the land had
which the Dade cost on regular intervals. Folks we've Milton was in the show Sunday -1 Look toward Korea and Japan! A thrilling new job and _i
County courthouse talked over the plan with, find a
no life
new -with
night with someone when the interesting work
f Sports enterUinmesrt car
stands. He obtained
an argument fault with .
it
and
believe that
we lights went out? \ travel oppwtanities-eaa be had for the asking by gnafiii
when he said he would fight: it will be the
key to successful and
young men who volunteer for the let ""
Carafer 11th
AirhtaA
the proposal 1 of the cities to obtain Why to Bertha Stewart always
I impartial enforcement of the game 6tk 7th, 2fch or 2Sth Infantry Dma .*,
the four-rent cigarette tax: now i i- laws of the state. sticking her nose la other ..aoaltfli '
business? \*nt an opportunity what a jot! Training ia lee of r
-------------------
-------------- --- -- -- ------ these crack trcira wi!!
.tar:J :' ;u hi peel stead wherever :
What did Bettie Robinson do yet
--- go Study a f .reign 1. m u.-gr..1 arn the fascinating details at
Nj i :Monday afternoon that changed the
Military ( ,
oerbllleDt-w vital future
to and
numbers that "Little Black Book" peace pro periIJ.

BERRY FUNERAL HOME of hers? Japan's "Ilw: of Pines" are but a sample of the attrao .4
I
II Where was Doyle seen last Friday iwotued t ions of an comfortable Army career hotels in theaters the Far East: The Army hen

8IIaiDI pools tennis
night? Those
Hollywood and
dubs, golf courts: ball parks. These-familiar haunts of
I Belle Glade girls are mighty e tearent Jlft-war toumts- and many new derdepaemu
AMBULANCE SERVICE they, eh kid??? broad choice of recreation. provide a


I HOtMK lei('. XKXVS Not everyone who can measure up to this job. Only 3eBbstees -
meet prescribed physical W

PAHOKEE Ph. 2301 BELLE GLADE Ph. 247 I The organisation(Joyce Click meeting) of the 1 aD pod enjoy food and the henefita of such a jok High IsVMoM.% reas MBlMiMt pay, =

I I lodging and a generous retirement plan mob
Future Homemaker of Moore Haven
vow future in the Army Ground Forces
I too good to mist
high was held in the home See your nearest Army
Recruiting Ofcrr for fall details.

-- ," .- 'I economics room OB Thursday after Lht s to: "So.." Of," "Worrlor ., ,_.." ., ...

noon Nov. 7. The purpose of this "r>Md/r W.Hall"and Mo/or F.Mb.a tr.. tattttl ymr ncl A.qw e. .

r meeting was to elect officers sad to

I begin! discussing oar yearly plans. HERE'S WHAT YOU GAIN ON OVERSEAS

The officers elected were aa follows SERVICE

I : STAITINC IASE PAT
ni MONTH
FLAMiNGO Opal Raulenoa, President Snvk Sissies
Peggy Stalls Yice-PreaMent. ADDITION Muter Sergeant iii u. S, O..n.uI

,I Jeanne Heflin. Secretary : 10 FOOT; or Fane Serpan s a ;16'.oo (198.00 ,

Maude Click. Treasurer Technical Serge..i 1.3..00 162.00

,' Jovce Click Reporter. L'P4 Sca6 Sergeant s s a a lU.oo Us.oo

The newly organised Home Economic j' QOTHEX Saitmr. . 100.00 120.00llOfGAI

J I Club is composed of girls / AND Prriiv Farm . $10.00 108.00 I

DAIRY FEED from the ninth tenth sad twelfth P.ltliLti w sari a 80.00 96.00.a

I grades. f CAlI Pffnts ? . "s.00 90. ,.g

I The club is making Mg piano for F Oversees Scnfte tureens lass Ny .y 2 %1 ..

Roughage and Concentrated Feeds I the year and we hope to roach our
p I goals. Oar club adviser. Miss Year Regular Army Serres the Nation lid MiaUid li War lid Peat

I I Dorothy Williamson, Home Economies
Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR teacher

I # cooo t.M jra. Y....

SALE IX THIS AREA MOORE AT H.\PEIfYDRAllXG EN PLANT IX I tIGI-n-Ut\; m; U. S. ArmyU.

Nelda Howdeahell
)
tlJoo.sj b'l.t .

1 WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) I last Mrs.week Goyette and those gave as grades a enrich! Must teat t.. "." '.- .9'" JlOW -

MOORE HA VEX, FLORIDA of these were aeJ.w 71 Lees Odwm

and Oie Hateafesos S. Army Recruiting Office
Leon
were t>** on Building
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rfK'<'s 49'fa'r444i'44i r}+r4{'rs-
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Capt. and Mrs.
John A. Moore,
Lake Okeechobee- regulation rather than one whiff

1 temporarily of Lake Helen visited might produce the greatest a eaen.-

friends here on Tuesday and Wed' tary benefits kt would eventually

I nesday. Capt. Moore in the Air (Continued from Page 4) flood
produce drought
severe or
, and SOCIETY i Corps chaplain service daring the dltion occurs, lake stages rise i in
; conditions. Water once wasted can. :
i L''ER8ONAL war is now on terminal leave and spite of regulatory discharges until be ;
i replaced only by excessive rata
I has accepted the pastorate of the the excess water is stored in the lake fall period which may come **ly

local Baptist Church until next and the tributary inflow has been
. . after a number of dry years have,
'J reduced to less t)
- rr e-rrr. }: September.Mr. a quantity than the
\ -eoeoeoJ'ox---<----.x.---x.)<<+:o ) passed. Conversely water retained I r
,
Mrs. outlet capacity of the lake. The ,
belle Brooks spent the I] W. C. Farabee was a business in the lake may be augmented by-
week-,Bd fa West Palm Beach. j and Mrs. Fred Flanders left stored volume of water is then re r
j visitor in Arcadia Monday. 'duced a cycle of wet years which wilt
. Saturday morning for Gainesville by natural evaporation losses -
produce 'excessively high lake stages
Mr. to visit their son and daughter-in- or by further discharges through
taut Mrs. F.I. Minarich Mr. and Mrs R. E. Jordan and beyond tbe capacity of tile outlet
. were tot Fort Myers Saturday. I Julia law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders the regulatory outlets. 4
Mae attended the rodeo in canals to control.
Fort Myers Sunday.H. Jr., and their new baby daughter Long periods during which evaporation 1

r Al Bail cd Miami spent the weekend bora at a hospital in Gainesville on I exceeds rainfall make it
FOK .slLK-Oae O. K. 75 Jo.....
necessary to depend
with )II'. and Mrs. Ward Friday. Mrs. Flanders remained on a range of
G Roberts.Mr. I. Robinson, accompanied by in Gainesville for a few days Mr. fluctuation of at least 3 feet. Although Outboard Motor. Boat and "Traitor.

B. J. Schroeder of Clewiston spent Flanders returning home Sanday.AFTKR.NOOX I many local Interests have reasonable. See Clyde Coaaaay ,

( Wednesday in Tampa on a buying ,expressed desires for in Moore Haven. Fla. DAJ*.tfe. I
a change
and Mrs A.
A. Beck and
trip for Parkinson's, Inc. 'the policy of .. ..
regulation between
TEA MOMHM 14 -
family attended the Fort Myers I ---- -- ,
''r. rodeo oa JIoaday.i MRS. RIRMSTTE SATfK4V: and 17 feet SOJae' desiring higher '
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and elevations and }'ft+l S.\U- Fine Guernsey cW ;
some desiring lower
I Iit
i;: Mr. and Mrs j. M. Coase and Wilson children and Mr. and Mrs. Otto I Mrs. C. H. Settle entertained a 'elevations, is still evident that : See C. H. :Settle. ;r.
were Fort Myers visitors
" Jo Aaa were la Miami for several Saturday i group of friends at her home ou the beet interests of the majority 1
night.
IT days this week. Caloosahatchee Urne Saturday afternoon i are served by the existing range of II

with an afternoon tea from stages.it .

:, Attar* Hurry Johnson Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Quentin left three to five honoring her neice is evident that successful regu-I 1
spent Saaday for ,
Union
City, Tenn., where I
lation Mark R. Tennant
;:: the -_... in Fort Myers and they Mrs. Julia Burdette. of Charleston. of Lake Okeechobee
expect to make their future
:'f Boca Graatfe.. lao... W. Va., who is her guest for pendent on a long-range system of LicoC'.C'dReal

f the winter.

Tom attack of DeerfieM Kansas Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilson left Homemade cake ice cream and Jimmy. "The society is interdenominational Estate Broker

is xyeeted to arrive this weekto .Monday aicat for Tampa to attend punch were served to: Mrs. E. P. and the membership GLADES COUNTY LANDS

make Mi helve la Moore Haven. Swing Mrs. Gladys Stalls Mrs. consists of I
the fuaeral of Mr. Wilson's grand young people from
Miami Fla
father. D. M. Draughn Mrs. D. C. Gorman,I various church groups." 607 Congress CMg. ,

Mr. an* Mr*. Uffner of lliaaiWeC'e Mrs. Stanley Wayman. Mrs. Jacob I i
Heflin Mrs. C. E. Mitchell Mrs. Mrs. Click and Wendell Click are I
,
bwaiaeas
visitors here Tueu-
Mrs.
Gladys Stalls. Miss Peggy 'the the
of
W. sponsors society.
day. s. Bosemaa, Mrs. J. W. Adkins,
: Stalls and Slop Stalls visited Mr.
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Mrs. V. Gram Miss Emily Conse.
and Mrs. Wai. M. Adkias in Vero i
Fred Jeafciaa and Clyde Cookseywere Beach on Moaday. Miss Myrtle Boaldin and Miss Ber- I

vWtara fa Clewi ton Sandayafteraoaa. tha Gram.

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Aly attended 1HM.LY IfftTAIL CLUB Treat Your Family

.,the Miami University football game
; JIr, and Mrs. W. D. Jackmaa with the Miami of Ohio team in

were ....... visitors in Fort Myers the Orange Bowl last Friday night. This week the Polly Pigtail girls

| Saturday. I had a fine time initiating our new TO ONI: or ouu
member, Wilma Strickland. Our

;. Mr. and Mrs. ft. A. Williams and I Lakelaad-Clewiston H. Etherton, conductor on the meeting was held at the home of SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS
train
for the
t. Mrs. C. C. Klatta spent Sunday at Audrey Taylor. Apple Juice and
A.C.L. spent Monday at his home
.c Pine ....... here. Taylor.chocolate cake were served by Mrs. OR TO .\ I>ELI'lOl'SL ,\T ANY TIME DUKIXC i

" '
3 ---- Tilt WEEK I
Mr. DIll Mrs. Cheater Batehetor -Gloria Cason.
;> Mrs. S. C. Skinner of Lakeland is
of Paaohae were business visitors KACH ITEM OF FOOD INDIVIDUALLY 1MIICED
the guest for a few weeks of her J.U'GIITH.t BOH.V
here Tfcwraday.Mr. .
danghter, Mrs. Broward M. Daalel i
BB.VT COFFEE IX TORN
. t
Md Mm James Woodward sad Mr. Duals Mr. sad Mrs. Fred Flanders Jr..

and family attended the rodeo in of Gainesville announce the arrival GLADES CAFEW

A Fort Myers JIIeadq.t Misses Marie and Frances Lehman of a daughter Catherine Jane,

of Chicago .111 are the guests on Friday November 8. at a

4 for a couple of weeks of their Gainesville hospital.CELElll.1TES c. FARABEE i
}lr. end Mrs. J. E. Schroeder attended -
nuke, Mrs W. D. Jaekman and
the rodeo tn Port Myerst
Mr. Jaekman. STII 1HHTHDAV
Monday. ,

I -
L. W. Parks maaager of the B. Open house was held Sunday by
. Mir Marion Voder of West Palm
; ADd B. Store uaderwcnt an oper- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Van Cleave at

. Beach iJsUitf the past week-end ation last Thursday at a hospital their home near Ortona in observance CAN'T SAY ABOUT PROSPERITY BUT .
, with hr"amber. R. D. Yoder and
, In Clearwater and is reported to be of Mr. Van Cleave's 80th ,
.
Mrs Ytitd
tecrwvtpr abtsttf tMr. anniversary with a large number of Christmas Is Just Around The Corner 1
friends calling during the day to
Misses Irene Scott and Wends
and Mrs. fererett Casper and visit with the very popular couple.
.
Faye Yoder. who are attending daughters of Fort Laxweerdale spent Mr. and Mrs. Van Chase are the hllOP NOW WHILE WE DO HAVE SOME CHOICE ITEMS TOOFFlt.
Stetson University in DeLand. spent
the Armistice weekend with her parents of five daughters and hare : PKKSKXTS: FOR EVEKY .MEMnKIt: OF THE FIMILY t"
tlae.It. ... at their homes here.
-
F" parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adkin. 10 grandchildren and five great-

..
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCarty and grandchildren. For thoM cold lajs altC'lleo hare every variety of electric

Mrs W. J Etherton of Edinburgh. heaters from the bowl type to circulators some two-burner
I Mrs. and Mrs. C. B. Jenkins and INTKHMEIMATK: IkT.U. Florence kerosene heaters ::1.9j.; Perfection, I'k-tllt', round 1
Ill. arrived Tuesday for an indefinite -
son Charles of Lakeland, spent the HAS ;MKKTI.Mi I HH .\\ healers :!'H.7i and '!Ilft.9;).
9 \i!'it ...lthlr.- ?ih'arty'sbrother
weekend with his brother and sfcN In our furniture department we hate M>nw> of the niwM Simmons
l f and :Mrs Eth..ton' ,son H 'r-m-law. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. The Intermediate BTl of the I sofa beds from Sfi -_.O to SOTJiO.Complete -'
Ktli.-rtoii ti'l MI- Ethtiton I
Jenkins Baptist Church met last Fnd.: stock of sweaters for jour comfort

-- night at the chnrek for a buMiif--; Plenty of roasters (aluminum aiul cosine!) for that Thankrgiting -
I \1 liEmily j Cease arrived Fri .
meeting and to arrange a programfor or Christ IIUM turkey.Hunters
d i .:v from her boas ia Greenville. the evening services on Hun-
I and fishermen need the little compact (il Coleman gas T
r to spend the winter with her day they being in charge of the sto\e II! I 0.00. Can he carried in the pocket.PARKINSON'S.

tl \Ittoney J. M. Coos and preliminary portion of that SIT\U j-.-

.1 ('.'\use.lionald. Following the meeting retttoh

i and cookies WPft'
meats of punch ";
Lnady returned Fri- served by Miss Phyllis Howdeshell 0

pVE'k ,OIM, Gainesville where he has to: Marion Vowell. Rupert Hall
I attending the University and
I' Woodward
Brewton Ball. James TilE COMPLETE: TOm:
t. I' i 111 I it>main at home until the be- Thomas Bryant. Nelda HowdpstiPil

!:Inn 11I! of the seeaad semester. Joy Summers Bobby Sexton Hah 1\!
Moore Haven Clewiston
is"CEVTEN'MXL
. Sun 4. :11"u"t 1 7 earl --
Bowen Idral Bowen. Annie Pear!

: sC11 lEn' Lester Maloy returned the first I Bryant and their leader, Fred !.

I of the week following his period! Jenkins.

(In Technicolor) of IT. S. Army service aavd is on

terminal leave until his dischargeIn 1.\1i I""ORT l'tkt ITI.IN'

December. It:\IIKH I.NVTAI.LS OFFH'F.US: '
Tuei. ft: Wed., NOT. 15-20 -- MONDAY KITE ;

MMVPaul Harry Sexton who is with thrV. An impressive candlelight il- IN PERS"N
"THE SPAMMI
S. Maritime Service in Pacific staJlatiok r$3 held .t ISO\EMB
Henried-Maureen O'Hara i waters arrived the tint' of the week Sunday evening at Bear Ht'a"lI 18

Cartoon for a visit with his parents Mr. Chapel for the. newly f'1.t.d (>'-

and Mrs. J. W. Sexte aDd his son. fleers of the Lak<>port Christ!

Bobby It is His first time at home Endeavor society. I I

f Frt. A Sat. Nov. %%-%3J' in several years. The officer who were install.
I
>.\ sKIHo" were Jimmy Click. president. ;
J' "t'.MWKKV.t Mr. and Mrs. E *ert Ahern arrived Kuili I
Maude Click vice-president ;
( Roy Rogers last night treat Roswell N.Mexico Close secretary; Donald Farms: I I j

and expect to make their
Click, _
treasurer: Joyce program I
--' Mr. Ahern will
future home here. chairman: Elsie Mae Story social 1ountainjJ

:Serial.JIM.LK; : U.1lDElt"t. : i take over the active management chairman and Jimmy Crutn.: chairman ;Smoky

(%f the er\ire station of his mother- of the Lookout committee.Mrs. Girds i
II \ I
Boys
t.f ,"-" -- -- law Mr J ( Swindall P
in '
th
t.r ;. '- J, S. Click conducted I

;.. I installation service and gave the I' //VaMAL eati STh ApM,JS
j
r charges. Responses were made h) : I Ill 'CSir'in '&{ i L.
-
Jimmy ('.u, k. Joyce Click, ?n'iOeraldme j .MSIufJIMMIE

angford. Rev. David .

Water Heaters Hancock gave a talk on "Friend I
t Sun ship I IAT I RIDDLE and HIS HARIO\IC\-.Iso

the! musion of the SE>ser\u'j FORD RfSH, the Singing high Sheriff

f' a bn-< business! meeting; was held II i All Former Stars of

Are You Planning on Installing A Hot with \.' n''wleleetecl 1. president !1prestd ,

Water Heater? it:'! THE GRAND OLE OPRY
It Has .i.t.ounced that the nt-\I ;

6 I m.fHn_' oi the society will be hpd! |' ---- ..... -- IGW--:

If }ou an'. then" why not 11"1 liteknwn..lr.tte the lIn.4'T K lInda\ \n\ 17, at the home> of ,
t Cha.
Florida
maJinfactuwl in 1..1.1"'aI-. by I GIGANTIC FIREPROOF TEXTADULTS
t healer Why btilLT THE SIX HET IT POK 1OI\ Mr jn.i! Mss Click formerly the I
( Jt.nt'S.. pay fuel Hooker pla-t at Lakeport "..UIyoung 75c CHILDREN under 12 years tae

made of1pOf'r' anti Alantlaam. Nothing to I 1 I.. high school ape' j
" Thc.e Heaters are : pct"; oc tax included

rust! out. Will last a life-time. Contact are tPidiaih Invited to attendaid II IIII IlESKUYFIl: : : SC4TS 2.V (tax: inducted)

FRED L. JENKINS, Representative II !! DOORS OPEN 7 P. 31. SHOW STARTS 8:00 P. M.
FOR b.U.K-Oae double dock bunk
,
I Show Grounds. Near News Bldg. Clewiston
Moore Hat"
nio\n: ss2i bed complete with mattresses.
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j U. S. Awaits Russian Game at SUNDAY Lesson -. -
A crack between the edge of the Don't let a few pieces bear the

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. bathtub and wall can be mended brunt. Rotate the use of your sterling

Forei Ministers' Parley Of Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper o< Union.Chicago with a wide strip of adhesive tape. silver to distribute. wear.
Paint the mended spot the same -

color as the wall. This is not a Wash rag rugs in rich suds and
Lesson for November 17 permanent method. warm water. Rinse carefully, and

I -.- dip into a light starch soh ion.
By BAUKIIAGE Lesson cubjccte and Scripture text .s New clotheslines are clumsy to Press out the water by hand or
News Anmlyit and Commentator. feettd and copyrighted by IntematienaCauacfl
of Reugiou Education; uaed ta put up. To make them more soft put them through a loose wringer.
turmJuton. : and durable try first boiling the To dry, lay the nip flat OB a
WNU Service
1616 Eye Street, N.W., diately blocked. The question now
Washington, D. C. remains as to what low of approachthe PAUL MINISTERS TO line for a few minutes in soapy paper. The starch will give three
I water. more body and cause them to Its
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.-Ofcourse I Russians have decided upon, U THE TIIESSALOMANSLESSON -.- flat.
any. In the meeting of the assem-
this dateline isn't official. -.-
Place linens the shelf with
bly they tried to continue their TEXT-Acta 17:1-7; I Then on
But, since the obstructionist tactics. feaUxi 1:14.MEMORY the big fold to the front so that at To held a stained spot tight wUU
brand MW station SELECTION-Be not weary UweOdoini. a glance you can see the number of trying to remove it from a clofe.
The real test will in the foreign .-n TheualonUna l.U.
where I come
( got pieces of lln,,a on the shelf. use embroidery hoops.
off had a nice ministers' conclave at New
'"United Nations"sign York. A great city, commercially active, -- --

religious to a high degree a mHitar
on it in L;,ere is a considerable element center and a harbor so fine that it EXTRA FRESH BREAD !

bright Pennsyl ''t1 the United States, by no' means is important to this day-such was
vania
red and
u:rely: composed of convincedC the city of Thessalonica. It presenteda
gold, I can call it
,munists or their more hesitantf challenge to the preachers of the
'that The United
,,,w-travelers, which believes with gospel and in the name of Christ, ON
Nations
is really ior'',er Secretary of Commerce Paul accepted and won a great victory. '
meeting in two \Vc.hace that the United States can E N y1ANNt s
different .6
places pursue some middle-of-the-road policy In the face of persecution, bitter
The assembly, and that East and West can thusn and persistent the believers in this

where I happento ,\'o together without friction. Therei ity remained faithful. The reason
be at this writ-
-- i no question, however, that the or that appears in our lesson. Root-
fog, at Flushing, Baukhage I tasK that Secretary Byrnes has set ed and grounded In Christ, they
N. Y. and the
lout for himself admits of no ap lad brought forth the fruit of real)
headquarters of the sei.ar.ty mancfl. YR
peasement. Christian living under circumstance t SN
miles Lake Success
away at
which were difficult and trying. Our
The broadcasting booth in whichI Draw Line on lesson tells of both the preaching

sit looks right down on the first Soviet Expamti af the gospel by Paul and the living
row of delegates the United King- 3f the gospel by the ThessalonIans.
dom United States There have been of
under my chin. a long series 1. The Gospel Preached-Accept-

next, then Uruguay, then Union of books by experts and others, telling ed and Rejected (Acts 17:1-7). f
Soviet Socialist Republics. Senator Just what is wrong with our foreign :
Austin, the white-haired and dignified policy and what might have been Paul began his long and successful

head of our delegation sits on done or might be done to improveit. ministry in Thessalonica In
William BulHtt tried book the synagogue. It was to the Jews <
j' the end seat. Foreign Minister Molotov in a ,
C who has deputy delegate VI- (already mentioned in these columns who worshiped the one true God
Fresh active to work
right
that he with his yeast goes
came message :
Ehinsky on his right, the transla- ) to show that Russia's dreams

tor then Ambassador Gromyko on of empire are nothing new, that about their expected Messiah established I No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give sweeter,
Christ the Lord. Here he
his let, sits about in the middle of the Soviets are merely taking up i
his crowd. where the Czars left off. More a strong church. tastier bread flavor-light, smooth texture-perfect

The two groups represent clash- recently Louis Fischer has come What was the message which so | freshness! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-always usHeischmann'fl
with his "Great lignally succeeded in this great I
along Challenge.
ideas. But
ing
ideologies conflicting
active fresh Yeast with
Edgar Ansel Mowrer reviewingthis strategic center! Well, it was not'' ,
steel helmet
wears a
neither or car-
s TIN a tommy gun. They are in book in the Saturday Review of (as some modem preachers la'' the familiar yellow label. Dependablefor
Literature, says that "if Henry Wal- large! cities seem to think necessary '
peaceful conflict to avoid conflict. more than 70 yearsAmerica'ste
lace had read and understood this ) a series of social, political i

Force Reds' book, he would not "push a or literary discourses. Paul !I ted favorite.

Hand Pant completely unrealistic policy of appeasement preached Christ. lIe reasoned with '
at of Soviet Russia." Mow them and presented the Saviour (v.

Even the most cynical now admit rer probably would be the last per I) as One who was horrw

that the Paris meetings served to son to claim that he was prejudicedin 1. Dead for our sin. These people '
reveal what the Russian objective favor of the Soviet rule but he were like us in that they needed a j/l f

was and temporarily, ct least, is ccrta: ''y fur '::.ar with his subject solution for their sin problem. '
I Byrnes as able to b!" :k t''at objective cad hIs comricnt is worth con- Without the death of Christ there

i It was plain from the be- slderat ;m. As for Fischer, he laughs Is no salvation for any man. Only

through the shedding of blood can.

p a there be remission of sin (Heb.>> ZITCH : '" ',
; 1:22). Paul had no part in the folly ., u I

of a "bloodless gospel" as though Dugan's Skin Remedy .. .' -
.
.
there were any such gospeL -
TO PROMPTLY RELIEVE MISERY ;
2. Raised for our justification. It AND HELPS KILL THE VICIOUS : .- -
was not enough that Jesus died, GERMS THAT CAUSE AND SPREADATHLETE'S J -. '- '. ,

marvelous as that is in our sight. --..
FOOT
For many a man has died for his
rn.ctions, but none has risen Invaluable for AtMcte't Foot,Tropical Itch Ringworm Jln..ct Bilei,(higgen
fatal the dead. Christ could not and all skin infetion Sec PER BOTTLE MAILED PREPAID' ANYWHERE .

be holdcn of the grave. He arose IN THE USA., 60c. Money rtfund.d if not ufeficd.
victorious TRIED and TESTED SUCCESSFULLY OVER 4O TTAE5
the Redeemer.

3. Declared to be the Christ. He ZITCH CHEMICAL CO.
153 CENTRAL AVE. ST. PETERSBURG FIA.
Is more than a man, more than a
gnat leader and an earnest teacher

He is God's anointed One, him

self divine-and our Lord. ***************************** C
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Some believed (v. 4), including ;-
III V M. Molotov (left) and Andrei Vishinskyt Russia's two top diplomats many devout Greeks, and not a few
Good When
A Return
Your You
lead Soviet delegation at U N. parley, of the leading women. The gospel on Money

--- -- -- does have life-giving as the '
power Bonds
Buy t5'/ Savings !
ginning that Russia had one negaI I at the idea put forth by the Russo- Holy Spirit applies it to the hearts '

tive purpose and that was to prevent philes that all we have to do is to of willing men and women.

any conclusive action regard assure Russia of her security, remove Others opposed (vv. 5, 6). Note *****************************x
ing the situation in Europe which her suspicions and fears of that they were "of the baser sort."
'she could not dictate. Chaos, if not democracy, end then she win march They always are, even when they --- -- --- -- -

time fought on her side. shoulder to shoulder with the rest appear to be cultivated and edu- .

As the negotiations continued, of us. Fischer says Russia's behavior cated, for there is something fundamentally .

however, slowly out of the mists is explained not by fear of wrong in a life which reJects -
'along the Volga another shape be- attack but by certainty that she will Christ
materializa- not be attacked. This belief seemsto It serious
came visible. It was the was a charge they
e tion of one phase of the divide and be back of the American action made against the Christians (v. 7),
'conquer principle. In this case it here today. It is to be hoped that for it was treason punishable by

'was the open bid for German sym- during the negotiations at Lake Success death to have any other king but
pathy which Russia hoped would Russia's more specific objectives Caesar if one lived in a Roman

turn the Germans in the American. will be revealed as they were colony.

British and French zones away in Paris. Fischer claims that But the thing which they hated R.j't .
from- those countries and toward "Russia is not afraid and not suspicIOUS worst in these Christians was the

Russia. Although it was Russia itself for two clear reasons: The fact that thentopsyturvy world
the economic British empire is in decline and on in of
which prevented was danger being set right
the defensive America rushed from .
unification of Germany (plus Com- ; (they put it the opposite way, v. 6),
munistic influences in France and victory and to headlong psychological" and they did not want to be made ;
military demobilization.
French fears) it was Russia which II right. It is interestmg to note that
suddenly offered the grandiose plan that is true then it must be made these early preachers had divine ,&

of a unified Germany with a hint very clear to the Soviets that regardless power to turn over the social order. a

at a rectification of the eastern frontier of what we may think Would that we showed more of that it-: ; 1
about the decline of the British em- -
at the expense of Poland. This pire and America's sharp reaction power in the church today
sensational suggestion burst over the truth is
but
II against military activity, there is Accepting good
Europe and the conference like a nevertheless a line beyond which it must go on in daily living. The ,
thunderbolt but thanks to the quick Thessalonians knew that and they n
Russian expansion will not be allowed M
it proved a boom- models of r
action of Byrnes to go. It is to be hoped are
what to shootat .f
erang. Byrnes knew that line already has been reached.The II, The Gospel Lived -Follower

and he shot. necessity, however is to make lad Examples (I Thess. 1:2-8). I' t Rubin gently-wanning Ben-Gay for soothing re-

The Wallace incident which for it very clear to both the American Paul, the missionary, was a courteous lief from simple headache! Ben-Gay contains up to
24 hours threatened to cut Byrnes'support public and the Russian governmentthat preacher. He recognized the i 2Va times more of two famous pain-relieving agents

from under him fortunately this point has been reached. faithfulness of Christian brethren !known to every doctor-methyl salicylate and men-

bad just the opposite effect. Since it is admitted that Russia cannot and did not hesitate to commend thol-than five other widely offered rub-ins. Insist on

ri- Byrnes insisted on repudiation of and dots not want to fight it Is them. We could do more of that genuine Ben-Gay, the original Baume Analgesique.It .

Wallace by the President and got not a question of war. when we meet true and faithful be. brings quick relief

it. Then Byrnes took the stump, It is expected that the pinpricking lievers.

would Also for rata tot to RHEUMATISM.K3SOI ACHE ud COLDS.
showed that American policy They were followers of Paul, but
will
policy by Yugoslavia
con-
Ask for Kid far CUdr..
everything that the he En-Cay
give Germany tinue. At this writing further efforts only because followed Christ (v.
Russian plan would give her and i S). His power was from above (v.
to obtain control of the Dar-
made it clear that the question of 5), even as they also were chosen
might well be I danelles are limited to name-call- .
the eastern frontier from above (v. 4)
opened with the United States sym- ing in the Russian press. It must Following Christ meant afflictionto

pathetic toward advantage of Ger also be remembered that when the them (v. 6), but it also meant

boundary to the of United States put its foot down and the joy of the Holy Spirit, which is

many. Russia saw that it would not pay i i entirely independent of the circurn-

flash Rossfa's to go farther, Tito could go into re ''I I I stances of Lie-and above them. :
pow wasaillumina ed and imme- verse.

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lotless plane flown by radio, i? I tu/n my clouds about, and always -

switched between operators, one in -4Ii ) wear them inside out-to

a "mother" plane handling it in see the lining.
the air and another on the groundor > 11
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the deck of a carrier handling e
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when he adds enthusiasm
it during take-offs and lan .
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says CoDier'a.When .

flying beyond the range of L e r t't : in.No man is too big to be kind
vision even as far as 50 miles! .t
but men
and courteous, many
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it through images received from are
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two television
cameras m the feel capable of doing, tvhU C1ti.r*
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judge lit by what to halt already
instrument panel and the other a don e.-Langf throw.

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SffiVMOROLINESAFETY Farm Production to New Peak

OUALITYPETROLEUU' IO I
aaitygAAatIic
WNU Features discloses. Wheat and corn production soared to !
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. -- While international crises and domestic diffinew high marks followed by record-shattering

harvests of tobacco peaches plums,
"COLD BUG pears,
GOTHIM? culties have been dominating the news scene
truck crops and potatoes. Other crops have come
American farmers have been rolling one of
up \
; through in good measure, with exception qf cotton

: HELP EASE"tf Jii' the most impressive production records in history rye, broomcorn dry beans and pecans. !

ACHING ; during the current
year. j
CHEST F Livestock production continued high, despite

;< MUSCLES j Crop production for 1946 is setting an all-time critical feed shortages in mid-year. /v !ji6 '1\\

peak 2% per cent above the record output of Taking agricultural production as a whole,

RUB ONMENTBOLATUM 1942 best previous year and 28 per cent above 1946 may stand for a long time as the farmer'sthe

i ?did! average for the prewar years of 1935-39, a biggest year, the agriculture department con I .
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-- --- I summary compiled by department of agriculture eludes.


The story of the farmer's big year as told in the pictures:

; SW-9 '"T'WO pretty aprons one .
1 FARM RECORDS are being contoured strip cropping, with plans an Alabama farm with the help of easy-to-follow pattern! One and

1 broken throughout the nation as ready for an additional 2,250,000 an FSA loan. By mid-year 1,645,000 one-half yards of material ,
farmers wind the Two-thirds of all U. S. farmsare veterans farms -
up biggest yearin acres. were working on makes both aprons! t
: INTHE AFHL1EJM agriculture's history. This scene actively participating in 1,675 representing about three-fourths of a
of a farmer storing corn in temporary soil conservation districts. the number of farm workers who I Both are easy-is-tbe-makiog. Pattern .,
& SingoutforjoyMILES 7H3 b.. transfer of embroidery arctiis; ;
cribs is being repeated entered military service before chart Our improved pattern.l l
cuttlnc
r LITTLEPILLSaretittle" throughout the grain producing t GOOD WEATHER favored the July 1, 194$. vteoal with .',..to.see charts sad photcs.
t [ 4ems of comfort"Iild T. aetlla-
farmers in the farmer in his fight for ig crops. and complete dfedIoDs--Maktl
. @ y laxative action foesensitive areas as gather
b digestive greatest feed crop ever grown in An early spring sent crops off to a 7 TWO ON ONE means good corn work easy.
systems this flying start. Ideal conditions, illustrated and accounts for this North
yetirrn enough country. Stwtnr. Circle Needlecraft D pL
l' to do the job. They work viI you in this summer scene on a Carolina grower's pride in a prom- set W. Randolph St. Chicago 10. lit
, -not through you-and help you T FOOD NEEDS exceeded event New England farm, often helped the ising crop resulting from use of Enclose 20 cents for Pattern.
t feel better. See your druggist and heavy wartime demands and farmer at critical times, such as hybrid seed corn and contoured No =

_tout for MILES LITTLE PILLS. farmers met the challenge with the haying and grain harvest. field. In the nation as a whole, Name

CAUTION : Not to be used when largest harvested wheat acreage Little wheat was lost because of two out of every three acres this Add,..,.
abdominal of pain or other symptoms since 1938-940,000 acres over 1945. wet weather during harvest or after year were in high-yielding hybrids,

Tau appendicitis only.Ji'reetrJ are present. The combination of improved wheat but sudden ripening of grain over accounting for -20 per cent increasein

Mlle,. laboratOl'..... Inc.. EILhart Ind.rrt' varieties, good growing weather large areas produced more grain at corn yields by department of ag-
and national yield of 17.8 bushels per one time than elevators or rail- riculture estimates.In .

acre resulted in whopping 1169422. roads could handle. Drouth did some sections of the corn belt, WlJlltlerlul e

000 bushel crop. Production of all strike some areas notably New Mexico hybrids were planted on 100 per

food grains set a new record-more and Arizona and prolonged rain cent of the acreage, boosting Iowa's WAY TO RELIEVE DISTRESS O'KefliColtls1

than: 37 million tons. interfered with planting of grain sor corn yield to a phenomenal 61 bush-

During the harvest season, farm- ghums. The weather wasn't pet els per acre. Better varieties of other -

"StuHed-Up"Nose1Neodache7 1-rr.- worked night and day frellnly feet but it was generally better crops developed by agricultural

.!! :! with multiple crews and i than 1945 and proved a big factorin scientists helped push production to
I "I i/ '
",du..o.,1 : machines, as shown here to save a record crop. new records. Improved fertilizersand p THIS \{; 1
; OLOS the precious grain. The new crop new cultural methods also e
r BIG BUYERS. Record production Docbli-DatfNosiDrsps
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to relieve the bread shortage boosted yields.
helped .
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.1"\' and good prices have cre- Works Fist!
Irlw.,rew,",be"ti ,.r COIDMlfMATWH which resulted at mid-year ated the greatest farm purchasing NEW TOOLS also helped to
it. 1i I. t uiondi 4a' "miTO UQUIBi when the nation shared its slender power of all time. From total cash 8, swell 1943 production. Expan- Yes, you get quick relief tram sniffy

",,", Tote only oa difKttdA wheat stocks with hungry people receipts of more than 23 billion sion by REA co-operatives brought ctuffy distress of head colds with a little

--- -- overseas. Exports of wheat in this dollars this year farmers will realize electricity to additional thousands of Ya-tro-nol each nostril.What's
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calendar year may reach 1921.360 mil- a net income of more than lift farms and made daily chores like more-It colds from actually developing helps 1f prevent many time I

lion bushels highest since billion dollars or more than three milking (above) faster and easier. Try HI Follow directions into .

ONE PENNY POSTCARDenrolls 2 READY FOR THE FUTURE.i times the net income of 1940. On July 1, nearly 53 per cent of all VICKS'In."llaSOLS1

you as a 3 With the help of this big year Like city folks, farmers find goods U. S. farms received central station

LIFE-TIME MEMBER of theGIFTOFTHEMONTH farmers are in better position to face scarce and prices above prewar levI I electric service and new customerswere
conditions ahead. Good feed crops els. As he shops for new shoes being connected to REA linesat

CLUB will help to maintain livestock production this farmer finfis proof that the the rate of 230.000 per year. (
levels and savingsof average price of farm work shoes Farmers also found DDT and chemical +sb is'J II9i
at high \
ASPIRIN
Sensational new gift club plan that rose from $2.33 for the 1935-39 periodto weed killers potent weapons i "
dollars provide a
billion
um time money and eliminates nearly 20 3iu: S imin sum u 11II
trapping father I reserve for peer years or farm im $4.49 on June It.; Prices receivedby against old enemies.
farmers for their foods had doubled -
Production of farm machinery
new
You re iarited to join the GIFT-Of-THE- provement.This
,Ll'B.anhhueltsGnIi. meanwhile. the half of the
MONTH ( farm. with its during first
month comittfcof West Virgiria
oar
ioc adTamacc Each
rx pert selects e ouat> rof crops set in easy-to-work contoured 6 MORE HELP provided by returning year fell below the war-limited production 5ufle

tbaVrb. deurshlc. new alt sad nosing The** strips offers a pattern for the fu- veterans and war plant of a year earlier forcing III Illll Itltl 111 Mttl M
anu for and chiUrro.
nft irircnons men.women.ire for then sate ture. With his farm's soil enriched ",.workers made the job easier for most farmers to get along with old RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
UTC APPEAL and high VALUE. lime and green manure and the fanner, but everyone bad to machines. Tires fuel and seed

SEND NO MONEY by slopes protected from costly erosion work hard early and late, to handle were in fair supply but containers,

Ya order each moor one or mere the operator has the assuranceof the bumper output. steel products and lumber continued -
ofthcG and:WVEITYSILIY T1OtNS. and mini- Typical of the veteran's return to scarce. Farmers used more
BACKGUARANTEE. efficiency
MONEY: maximum
Of THE MON rn oa a
Or nos mar order sate ataU. mum production costs. As of July the land, this ex-army sergeant and fertilizer in their drive for maximum
Yo are not obli icd n BUY A in his wife, former nurse, bought production.MtUl'S .
laid out
THING! There are sb' >loteiy NO DUES 2,750.000 acres had been army 1
OR fEES aatherOW of EVIL e
.
AMAZING SAVINGS!
Farm AccidentsOld LarttMttlalaaiuiTiii .. '1l-lmsl Slat SOIa
Most
Th*idea of ibis CLUB i*topsss the SAVINGS 3esi Friend' Causes ; III SILT u laum

.effected broarQL'ANTITY CLUB: PUR-buy a tu tm mi nut.n iu n....v lAte
CH'sPs.oo to TOO Si-.ce the take toll
Accidents an enormous
U BIG VOLUME the ....DaS see ,ere* Dobbin malie man's best disclosed that 38,700 farmers were /tint mi iu he minimi 1. nun
.p ro J>" in many c neS. 1 OV sec -nend -but he doesn't act like it. killed at work during the period. every year, with victims not limit
the bcnefci of h s .erbef ed to farmers, delegates to the safety -
of die GIIT.Uf.THE.M3o.1 II CLUB.JftIN In facthorses are involved in more About 139,200 farm residents were

MW! GET CUR XMAS SEIKTBNJ Accidents on American farms than killed accidentally and 100.125.000 congress were told.
Statistics show that there's an -
bull accidental
the ,
animal including
selected their .my other non-fatal farm home and work accidents -
Our expert bate already 01 the Mayo death every 5'4 minutes, a
XMAS GIF SUCKCKIOIU. They're beanies Dr. H. Herman Young also occurred in that time itt? a D
of the faaib.Aimm delegates traffic death 184 minutes, an
for acre member clinic. Rochester. Minn., told every
OSI' won we will fend to*m bea of be reported. occupational death 33 minutes 7YpNgLL'EM
tUwnrstrd folder describing these to the farm safety section every .
Gift SUGGESTIONS:! so you can order National Safety council's 34th "The farmer usually is his own rand a home death every 13ft Wfl35c
the
jour jOlts for your friend and loved ooes.ad in Chicago. boss or employs only a few men, minutes.
B..,,ben in urn toe XIW.S$0 hut- national safety congress
r,...MML\OUR PENNY POST-CARD farms full of peril Dr. probably carries no accident insurance National Safety council is a con- e
and addrwi Life on is
TOTMY
with osme
dearly: written or TOUT priaud oa the tack. Young asserted. pointing to a nine- and is not as conscious of the profit, non-commercial corporation 6510 gs
Address of farm accidents, need for safety measures as those supported mainly by industrial con-
MONTWCLUB .year survey in other iiaiustries Dr. cerns. It has 23 separate sections tt
employed ,
THE GIFT-OF-THE- made under Joint auspices of Mayo I Urco65f ARs
FALLS BLDO. MEMPHIS 3.TUN. i clinic and the safety couBcfl, which Young said to deal with safety in every field. I




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GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15; 1946
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koor".c : c r ArenuK City of Detroit County ofWayne Wayne. State of Michigan ED- .ds, this the IZth
day of
November
,
State of Michigan. ROY WARDERNER, EDWARD 1,48 !TY, described as fellows:
HATTE.N and MRS. ROT HAT- LUBLIN. ALGER s. COOK as Directors I tSE.tL) D. s. WKg, Approximately M acre ot lake
Too TEX, his wife.bo.e and Trustees of and for Clerk of the ClrosR Court. bottom land in the Wft ot N\VK
Late To Classify and WoUerine post office address resMme is 4.g a Germain-Werner dissolved Michigan Construction corporation Co.. McKay.Ferguson MacF.r., ..., Ja ks.M and Section Range 31 23,East Township lying 4t North Seatfe ani
Building City of Ann
Arbor. County of Washteuw, ALL PARTIES CLAIMING INTEREST By: Thomas Alexander. adjacent to the J. S. FiWaon
By RUSSELL KAY Mate of Michigan SAMUEL B. by, through under or against Attorneys for Ptaisftiff. home place. SaW tract is hounded
I UNDERHILL and MRS SAMUEL Germain-Werner Construction Co.. Nov. 15. JJ. n. Dec .. 11. on the West by the county read
1 t UNDERHILL, a dissolved Michigan corporation; adjacent to Feeder Canal ,*., t.
his wife, whose
t'C: Z4.p C"--i vS :----X.o-:_:\ residence and post office address ALL PARTiHAVING OR The Purchaser is Ttgtlred to par
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT. the advertisiag cost
i.co Roy Hatten. 498 Wolver- Tallahassee, Florida
TITLE OR INTEREST in the THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL tMPROVEMENT
in<- Building City of Ann Arbor property October -
11.
Accepting the first herein described. 1W4.
statewide incitation County of Washtenaw State of :\OTIV B FUND reserve tale rint
eter extended by a chief Michigan; GERMAIN WERNER You and each of you are hereby required to reject* the sal*.
executive to INSTRUCTION CO. a dissolved to file an this BY ORDER of the TlusUios of Internal
members of press and Michigan corporation; EDWARD suit in this court a--f'e the NOTICE I U hereby given that the Improvement Fund ot the >lsw
]radio for a conference on state WERNER. President. Secretary Kth day of December 14* Trustees of the Internal Isaprovess of Florida.
feottrnraent Treasurer and a Director of Ger The nature of this suit is to quiet Fund of the State of Florida. Pursuant Millard F. Caldwell oenr.r.
no holds barred and main-Werner Construction Co? a the title to the following described to Law. will offer for .sale for Attest:
everything on the record about it dissolved Michigan corporation. property lying being and situate in objections onl)'. in Tallahassee Florida 'F C. Elliot Sec.
members of whose residence is 3612 Calvert the County of Glades State of Florida at 11 00 clock A. M. November Trustees. I. Fund.
news gathering agencies Avenue, City of Detroit. County of to-wit: 19, "4o, for land in GLADES COUN Oct. Ii-:". Nov. 1-8-15.
newspapers and radio stations Wayne. State of Michigan; EDWARD All of Section 25 South of Fish-
LUBLIN. Vice-President anda t'aHag Creek in Township 1&
gathered in Orlando last Thursday Director of Germain-Werner South. Range 31 East,
to listen for three hours to glow- (nstruction ('0_. a dissolved said suit having been riled in the Circuit Aiitriatmnt
Michigan corporation whose (evidence Court of the Twelfth JudicialCircuit
Ing reports of achievement from is 3910 Calvert Avenue Cityof for the State of Florida in!
State department heads whom theGovernor Detroit County of Wayne, Stateof and for Glades County, wherein DavidG. Rom where 1 sit 6' Joe Marsh
Michigan; ALGER s. COOK, Click Is plaintiff aad William '; ..,
had brought with him to Vice-President and a Jlff'.tor of Loudon and Mrs William London, his _
te thrown to the lions Germain-Werner Construction ("0.. wife et al, are defendants, being ease -
a dissolved Michigan corporation number SS7-C.
Although the Governor consis- whose residence is 1173S Uendota I DONE AND ORDERED at Moore
tently appealed for criticism and Avenue, City of Detroit County of Haven. Glades County, State of Flor '3 How to Handle ,J

invited questions few news men .1"
.
bad any to offer and for the most ,
a FortuneSome
tart remained silent Expected

fireworks failed to develop, even

when the most controversial quest- Get the Habit of Shopping at months ago I reported in with the Missus, sharing a meRow

Ions arose and the close of the the Clarion how Mel Bate's uncle glass of beer with friends.

meeting found the invited guests died up north, and left him with a From where I sit, Mel has
asking each other what it was all
tidy fortune.Naturally. learned the art of handling money
about.
The
I In ,oar town was curious -as well as handling people. Youdont
Most of those attending represented -
how Mel would it let cash-in-the-bank push
to see spend :
ed '" the larger daily papers "Family I FortMyers
Or radio Traveling around the world. you around any more than yea
stations with few
only a
getting a new house or car let people push you around. If you
toantry editors This Dept. :
present. was
prohably'die to the fact that the I S wearing fancy clothes or dinlike the simple, homey life; taming -

conference was called for Thursday Slore" a Fla. on cold pheasant and cham panionsmpandquietwaYIaglaupagne.

afternoon, the time when publishers ..? of beer and friendly talkthat'sWe
worth a fortune, after an Iyrigkti
of weeklies' are going to press. can now report Mel hasn't

However, President Edwin A. changed a bit! Drop in on him any -

Wenninger of the Florida Press Association Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More night, and yonll find him in his ePeef t .. -AI
made sure that the members shirt sleeves by the fire, chatting
of his organisation would havea

voice at the meeting and be presented BUY FROM OUR C ATA LOO-Oter 100.000 Items
the Governor with a far- Co p WAS.United Stottt Binutrt husdatice

reaming program of recommendations t
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prepared from a careful tabulation -

of suggestions developed t

Ir&Hj queaiionalres.

This program called for sweeping 4 'i THERE SIMPLY ARE NOT ENOUGH it

revision of the Florida tax

t Etru tare, consolidation of State ,
departments educational modernization NEW CHEVROLETS TO GO AROUND :tv

municipal improvement and
plan for better law enforcement We are getting our fair share of the current produc-
I
health and safety. tion of new Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks.
Speaking for approximately 200 "
Florid publishers in the Associa 1 w' r And as strikes and shortages decrease, as the Chevrolet -

Hon: Meaainger said: "We have t l ; I plants are able to produce more and more new

bought to make all oar criticisms f i
x asestractive believing that these recommendations th passenger cars and trucks, we'll get more and more

: if carried oat would 1. 1, of them to deliver to our customers.
rebound to the benefit of all Fiarf -
f ida. I Meanwhile, as long as shortages do exist, it is our
I
Here are the recommendations Is purpose to apportion our share of the new Chevrolets

tiigect term: Y available fairly, and justly among the many customers,
i Revision of the tax structure re-
liag> tie present ad valorem new and old, whose continued friendship and patron-

? realty tax with a tax based on i*- age are the keystone of our business.
came from rents or if owner oc-

espied by a tax baaed on income.

Increased vigilance in the collectionof So that you may have no doubt as to our method of

the Intangible tax and tax onlivestock.

Use of the cigarette tax I distribution of
new Chevrolet and
Tor aid of municipalities. AboUskfeaent passenger cars

of Homestead Exemption on

buildings used primarily for busl- trucks, we make the followingDECORA -

Lees purposes: 1

Consolidation of State Departments -

Elimination of city Jails --

Bounty and bussing Jails In of.n cities prisoners of less than In I pOU\ ( { \

100000. Abolishment of city tax Of

Collectors and assessors and all tax
collection and assessing be handled : 1

i by county.

! Combining the University of Florida T rw'tl be ask ed

and Florida State College for .cassOitt5-No as tome dition of ,, !

\Vomen with both made co-educa ,
:
k! tional. Establishment of a State otuvtlly-e.
'
Agricultural College in South Flor PRIG RItY Of :,
I Ida. Abolition of all net fishing r. 1. will be aPP
truda
inside coastal waters! of Florida and can and entopubtic < rw

I more rigid enforcement of fish and 4 basis oft l1)\ .\ ChevroletiSSF" >:

I game laws.A the

recall law making it possible \\2\\ veterans aa'e. placing ,l

for electors to toss out of office of sn

officials whose actions no longer \priority\ :
conform to electors' wishes. Withdrawal \ can and
Che'fro\et "mel'ouro"ero
of State Road funds from new '
PitaS-AU; prices ORDERS-W)
where cattle 2. authorized NEw
areas are permittedto 6. time.
the i
t at any 1
roam public highways. Crea : will be sold (hevro,let
trucks neW
Jon of a water conwvatton district of etivery. for a

embodying the Klssimwee Rive current at time

basin and all Florida south of the required FOR "
1 -inwm be yOU
-rampa.DaytoDa Beach line. 1NSNotrad: IHAI*
WE
A more vigorous effort to stamp : .1RADE- not hove a cor
does LOYALTY
Out forest fires and protect forest customer who AND
any transoc- PATIENCE
from the
areas. Expanding facilities of time yoUR
University of Florida, Boys Indu' : k dispose of at the have con DELIVERY Of
to do
trial School and State Hospital tomers who WAITING. .
C $ based IN
)znm dtete construction of fours Y tion. allowances

lane highways between Jacksonville" i will be given fair vaNe NEW CHEVROLETChristian
and Miami and Jacksonville and sisal and YOUR
honest app
Tampa
S on .
debvery.at
1e1r4 gJ the time of

LEGAL OTICES .


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