Glades County Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00145

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\<)LDU; ::'r-MMBKi: ; 30' MOORE ILUE .'WRlD.HmU\ >O\C.MBKIl 2 1946 StfCIUFT1O\-$2,50 PER TEAR if

Force Is Cut |Conservation Practices I Suit I 1

([I Engineer ; Must Be Reported At I: Against Co-op

To (Once When Completed ;

Thirty-one Employees I admin flay Delay EnergyLakeport

[ Eugene Boyle count
istrative officer for the Production -

Drastic Cut Caused By i Lakeport Bible SchoolTrumans i and Marketing Administration has C. E. To Give {Contractor Is Seeking

gent form letters to all farmers

11 Lop Of |TO Meet Sunday and cattlemen of the area calling Thanksgiving Program Alleged Damages

: Appropriation-f attention to the new regulations+ !! For DelaysA
with conservation
I Instead of holding Bible School for compliance A special Thanksgiving program!
session in the Lakepon school house practices. The change makes it i will be given by the Lakeport l J
Ii Pink aUps issued last week .
were I necessary for a report to be made < suit filed in Glades County etri
next Sunday has been the custom Christian Endeavor next I
as society
I to O great many employees of the : on practice carried out within )i cult court by J. F. Thompson of St.I .
effective the Bible School will hold its ,Sunday, Not. 24. at %:30 dock I
FJ. & Sagiaeer: sub-office I
after its completion Petersburg against the Glades Bfc >
services at Bear Beach Chapel in thirty days 'at Bear Beach Chapel. with Jimmy
December 1, reducing the total I j I
Monday and Tuesday of each trie Cooperative, seeking to ohUtodamages I
order to attend worship services to Crum as leader. The program will :,
number In theJariedfetloa
employees Mr. alleged to have been caw
week have been designated by [
i: of the Clewiston sab- I be conducted by Rev. Alexander be climaxed with a talk by Rev j
the ia
Boyle as the days for reporting ed by delays of co-op constructing
i Linn of Miami following the Bible Alexander Linn of Miami
dace lie thirty-oil aDd the Clew
t completion of compliance practices, : the liaes ia Glades Goa
hides flee ttnett eleven.Them I School hour. Bible School will Plans for an attendance contest '
a to In connection with grass plaatiag ty during which time the trout .4
other such cats 'meet at 11.e o'clock aid worship were made last week at meettnc '
have beea it is pointed oat that this should a materials increased to a coneideri-
slap the C. i!. Engineers began services will be held from 12:00 be reported as noon as completed. held at the home of Mr. and ..... ble extent will be heard by CtocoJI

work on the Okeechobee project+ until 1:00 p. m The services will or chopping J. S. Click of Lakepon. The society Judge George W. Waiteharet between '
In the case of mowing
hack tar ISM hat drastic as be followed by dinner on the has been divided into two
none so permanent pasture this should be the end and 4th of 0.-".
the on* which struck last week !groaad. each teams with Jimmy Cram aDd Mini
reported on completion of The salt asks aa injunction lit
canoed by the cutting off by Press Rev. David Haacock of Clewiston Gleaoria McDaffie aa captains.
mowing or chopping. Where summer prevent the cooperative from
OJOM Truman of the appropriation urges that all of the residents of: and winter legumes are planted The contest will last for a month energising the lines already constructed 1,
Harbors work and the losers will have to enter
mad for Rivers and Lakeport and Bear Beach unite in they should be reported prior pending the outcome of t**
by the last ea.areAA the Clew- under and the applica tain the winning group with a awarding. of
this Thanksgiving; sen. to turning suit sad the possible ,
Imam office was cat. so was virtually Christmas parnCOUNTY
non of various fertilising materials i judgment for the amount of dam
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other office in the country, I
evey should also be reported as soon as 1 ages asked.

Mow conotraetion was ruled out I ompleted! The cooperative through its at-

altogether sad maintenance operation GOVERNOR SEEKS TO Reason given for this har.Rr is I COMMISSION tomev. J. M. Coase, has already ;\
of exietiag projects was rut |
hat records can be cleared and filed a motion for the rtlsmsmal Ot
the ....
( payment cheeks received more the mjuncUoa oa grounds that Che
Row ioofciag for other positions :, promptly than heretofore GIVES PREFERENCEON contract is very clear aid sets oat I
are employees of the USED who I
'i The 1946 allotment for conserva- no basis for a emim sach! aa the

them have been elide constantly 1)30. employed by'Ii i iIn RESUME FISHINGCommeruu. tion practices in this county was ROAD PROJECTS one made by ............ If thai
it is possible Mr
AI $ O,401 and dismissal motion is denied the eo-oj
i aaaoaacing the cat Boyle says that aa additional allotment I I will file a ceaater salt asknmi
R. engineer in charge of I I
Broadfeot I
: lunaen ,'f th- mabe made in January 1 damages for nnreaeoaaWe iesny
the CJewmtoa sub-office said that The :ixiani! .1 county <'ommi sion-
Lake Ok..-1 hubee\ area h"\c' ;Jr..i. that growers will obtain a slight1flFr :,; caused by the contractor
f' the operatiag force at the various I" ers nH t Monda\ m a special sesuin -
oush awaited this 'etK tint outcome :' pa'u-nt the Division Eneinvr !|i Meanwhile work oa the eoatraet
f locks had been only slightly affected -I a'; request of
of a conference between (doernor \-
f. Orbit losing one employee and > P Turnbull to name i continues and several traasferaMt
Millard Caldwell ,and tint
c 1 St. Lade two. No change was :' TO preferential projects for county I have been set in place during tea

1 made at Moore Haven. The administrative members of the State Game ai i TIGERS ARE MEET ,: cads to be improved through the'past week which would mean that
Water '
Fresh Fish Comauseion .t
; work over lock operation 1 ''I use of the excess gas tax money i iI |[energy would be available very soon
which meeting the governor hu;" J
and general supervision has which has accumulated to theJedit if the injunction is denied.
a to work out a compromise agreement TERRIERS IN SEASON I I
of the hi
been cut to a minimum and no I '[- of Glades Coaaty and which !. Granting injunction
which would permit the resumption -
maintenance work 1\ hat,-ter i!' ppr- 'will be spent daring the year 194?. i, likely to delay for at least three

r Continued r. Page 8)) of seining ia the big lakeHowever THERE TONITE The twenty per i.iisg. fTTHH gas tax i months the energizing of teat atw "'"
l : no definite Information I FINAL '
money amounting to about $20- : _,
had bees iwcetrad time
aee0 ,
> 'OM. will pilliatT -1410 be' need
desfete Ate dh* weeffaf 4o.-
with the other tied which amount
HEARING BEFORE CPA was scaedated to hsjre/ been held I The winless Moore Haven Ter-
early this week. tiers will meet the one-time winners to about. Uv.OM at the present I Itlml' HUNTING SEASON

Last week Representative W J. the Clewiston Tigers on the j
BOARD IS DELAYED Ciewiston gridiron tonight in the First preference was given to thiIndian )
I Hendry and Fred jiaweaei, commercial OPENEDVEDNESDAY\
Reservation road from Road
fishermen ,*eea Of Okt'eIch"lPE' season final for both teams and IaIwhat !
should be the most evenlymatched 29 at Haney Pond Canal through; :i
FOR NEW SUGAR MILL : and H. G. Jtewait of Moore the i esc nation to the line
game seen here this year. county
; [Haven spent several days in Talla- ON QUAIL AND DOVE l
.. J JI hassee coaferring with Attorney Kick-off to at 815. about three-quarters of a mile south

-- : ; '!General' Tom Watson Od Governor Regardieee of the showing made of Brighton about fourteen miles
I Hi.pe ti..i! runirihtng d.tiutewould ta length Second oa the list is'!
I 'Caldwell in the inteteet of such a by thane two teams diving the sea Despite the fact that a hortage
week eoncerning
he :*-u: n 'd this | the surfacing of the :Bigler and
,compromise and were told that a SOB thart is alwaya a good contest'ha' j| of game is reported practically
: the building of a new sugar
Hose grades out of north LaBelle.,
to qty meet fai ft is likely ) able-bodied who could
Ruth of Abbe-,!meeting would be hold shortly every man
mill here by Sugars This would surface five miles I
whenan try and bring It Into effect They that there will be *a* of the biggest spare the time and had provided
sot-hack I
I vine, La., received a straight north on the existing Bigor
oftteial of that corporation can also found a close ally ia the per- crowds of the season present grade construction of about -I himself with a license was in Mm
Tuesday afternoon (Conttaaed oa Page S) at kick-off time woods Wednesday morning to great
ed from Miami
half mile of new grade west of
The Bae-aps follows: the of
would are a* openiag hnnUag season
to say. that further data Bigler grade toward Mase and thai'
the, Terriers Tigers 'which, this seaaoa was oaty eeoon
have to h* accumulated before City CommissionActs I I surfacing of thin new grade and
LB Barton
Warmaa quail dove sad seairrex. :'ie

board These world officials give arrived a heartag la Miami I To Set Up Whiddea Lfl LT A. !Touts rtlDCee't miles existing into grade the for Mace approximately eoaa.uty.Work six outstanding. bag of game hare bareported.

afternoon by plane and Immediately -
Monday Building Code Bailey C Beatty on the Indian reservation
telephoned J. E. FrIer- Tomorrow morning the season on
I B. Toalis road is expected to start soon after
Pollard KO .
SOS. chairman of the Glades County ducks geese aid coot Is opened aad
Board of CommiMtooers. to meet The city commiscloa. at the regular 1 Caeaa I f C. Realty I the first of the year. while there may be some seed

them in Miami for the bearing before meeting on Tuesday evening QaJasteai B3 ToaagHeffia Under the gas tax law parsed shooting for a time ia the Florida =
of the fire Salliraa luring the Holland ad hdAtratten.an g'
the CPA board on Wednesday extended the boundaries mallard supply few northern ducks
from Third Street Ball MB PfttmaaClkk funds accruing to the counties' have '
afternoon at two o'clock. Hewever.on tone westward yet been driven this far seath

Taeeday. they called at the CPA to ShUt Street wroth oa Stub MB Caatm for payment of bonded read in- by the cold There will be ietyof .

Office to make formal request for Street to Avenue M. east oa Avenue .I i Cram FB' Mills I (Continued on Page 8) hunters up with the dawn hew-

heariag aDd were told that the M to Third Street and South I Terrier replacements areBowea.. ever to try their tuck.

ptaas aad spedfjoatlone ore eated oa Third Street to Canal Drtve The! Duprr aDd Hancock. Bids For LaBelle The days bag limit of quail is

were alt complete aid that the north boundary to Avenue H. one I I 12. cat squirrel 10. tex squirrel Sv

heariag could not be granted' intO sleek north of highway J5 and the Worthy Grand Matron Mail Route To Be dove 10 decks 7. geese 2. coots

an wee ta order. They notified fast boundary U the CsJeeeahatche I 25
ilr. Friers of this and left Tne- Canal This will require that permits I To Visit Chapter Of Opened December 12Sealed Tie MIUOa oa back dr aid .

day evening for their home to work I be obtained from the city for I:O.E.S. Here TonightThe I turkey dos not begin this year

..p this information and attempt to I any residential or bustncee build-I I proposals will be ncety-I until DeetsaU 4 and tats thiwogfl
this area a* to fir ---- ed at the office of the > .
be bark In time for the hearing;lag planned in I II January 5. Oae deer a day fa permitted

oat week although they expreaaad'a0m I' resistanceAt I Worthy Grand Matron of)sistant Postmaster General until two ia a season; two tar** -

doubt that it eoaU be gotten! the same time the commission th., Order of Eastern Star GrudI'Lod'e 5-15 p, m. December IS, for the,!eys a day four in a season. Host

legother to this time. I| requested Commiomioner Carr of Florida will pay her of'carrying of mail on the LaBellej j lag hoer are from a 1aaIf...... .*.

Th atBcial of the corporation Settle to work with Cry Attorney visit to the local chapter to- AlTa star route from January C.1
\\.tto espied here said. that they hade : j. M. Cease to draw a* a aew I aignt a turkey dinner at seven e' 1947. to June 3ft, U48. .nasal Peaseasioa of gaaw D

;'rA a couple of weeks in Washington ordnance establishing a more rigid I!j!clock preceding the regular meet- The total distance of the route I (Continued on Page 4)

oa the matter and had been baiMiag code for the rite and a'-jiuK at ,ht.-n four candidates win is 44.75. miles and return dairy I p

toi'. there that detailed iafomattoawi I tabliahiag aasiee for various type:tbo I initiated into t e rapidly growling except Sunday The contractor will ..tTTfYTtoP.tW1BH.'e! .

';.:d not be accessary An the boating, I: chapter be required to sail stamp aappliea I

;ie., ass presented 10. CPA An ordinance prertoMftr drawn The Worthy Grand Matron iI..deliver registered matter, accept I Oowty farmer a who pasta r

award. up which would have prevented the I JMr.I I Bessie Christian! of Ocala. appiicaUou for money orders, insaraace. plan mere than three. acre ..

t pt'rmit from the CPA board is' psrfciu? o' all trucks on Main Street I jOB j I The Chapter at Np regular meeting cods. etc., IB addition i lrhh f+'k toes h 181:, 'MoOdtrotati
building:; Saturday night between the initiated to the distribution of mail over the
lt'\'t'lSaJ" to obtain a t on Tuesday evening I brae Hojl.*.. loral rea-
building hours of six and twelve o'clock wasshied i A: OWard. rente. He ic requfred to waft for .
priority aid the eaaaatlal sevea new candidates re. )1 !'........tlnfPr the rrodwtWHiml
materials nossear to eeaatract the I indefinitely bat the clt" i Mrs Beat** Montgomery, the train here ia tbe- moraine. hat Marl.erupt .XdjwiwWratkw at

r.i'l l .marshal] was riven authority to I Mr*. W J, Robin**. _n. E. M. not late than 12:45 and ia srbed the runty l affeat's! oilier la the

I request. ftemi-trafler tracks with! Coraette Mrs. Geaf -W Jaeksea .led to leave LaBelle for Meoie Bavea wrthae prior to \etrmtrrS

tr ;:: Mt.'O t1'.IT99LP1.h I proince to park parallel when nnloadiag lad Mr ud Mrs J. BB Bartoa. anof I ao later tba! 2:". .. be eligible J'lU'ikipatlott ta
i I In stores along this atreet Clewiston.A The route to south oa 25 to the HIT prier control revfarau ***

eg visitors/ ....the Williams Lot 3 in Block n... sold to public memorial service will LaMooretoa Club than oa Road ra4lH' of the potato surplus this

Haatntc and PlstoL .edge daring :, the Methodist Chareh for Mare be, held Sunday aftoiaoaa at S 0'.1 8f to .....lto. down the aorth river" year. resulting in low prices to

tae pMt week a:X """" report I,I building expansion.W ,clock by the cbapt at the iadce read to Area, from Abu back toLaBeile producers the stute's iiklu
very good catchN'r&. Cole. i I C Hayes, formerly owner ofIthe hall and the public ft hivttad to at- oa Road 89. oa the old ''I' allotment bent rotund to I

of Lake Watet: Al sur CP'& r. Brad- : Trailer Park. appeared before a.d. Moore Havea-LaBette road back to. irtyeTen and a half per trot

eat.s; *. aad Mr,. JPalmer : Mker aid)4r i the CommiartoB to oHma+ iaferma-II cans Center and late Moore Ha-i of the *lU>tM acreage for 191f1e

.... Mtn a< Sarasats: Iii as to homestead 'tfompttoa o' Caited State Naty vea by way of the Warau FaraiThe ruder the control price the

C> l ...... aid J.-. 1.-jl II hat vreiertf. The matter was re- dIIa p-aaanei 7- present mail c*"% is Mrs I goraiuneat agiw*w to MT pot-

J wit d ..-.1; Onaeeei ... trrG t* the slit attorfkf, the comm tal 0. $i...B.ttv0f ..Boom Brwwm who gabbed the I toes for to.titwtioiua aw at a nrp-

1"hefga" aid T. m1i to h* isnafaH t M' hisislet. re-I inside ; st 1: oantraet from W. E Cueid7ZYMD port price of ality fr" rent of

"j I Id4i,. aed AaS't 2M. h* Momury inatred. mainess. : parity.GLADES .

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UNIFORM--- --IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL i ASK AtE ? A quiz with answers offering 1 I

information on various subject |

N Converts ModernTar SUNDAY Lesson i..0.(hhM1np.M1/.hNAM1AA_ ....- .-AAhNAM1AhAAhNNhh, .

6. Why is the adjutant bird so
Bf HAROLD L. UTNDQUUT. D. D. The Question called?
Plant Into Peace FactoryBy Of The bloody Bible Institute of Ctuctco.
Restated oj Western Newspaper UJ>1Oft. 1. From what ore is aluminum 7. Thomas Chippendale lamed

derived? fame doing what?

2. Paul Revere's ride in ma The Answers
i Lesson for November 24 went anhonored for 88 years. What
BAUKIIAGE I 1. Bauxite ore.
.Yen AntAyil and Commentator. j Lesion subject and Scripture texts selected poet willow trees %. Henry Wadsworth LaagfeSow.
and coprricnted by Intmattoaal 3. Some of the 3. But one inch tall.
Counca of ReUctous Education: used by mountains and in
WNU Service, 1C1C; Eye Street, N.W.. Russian delegates frequently oppose pannmioo. found on high hew tall 4. A mixture of iron aDd nickel
Washington. D. C. violently a point and then, when they the Arctic region are it is believed.

LAKE SUCCESS, N Y.-At this see that they are beaten, yield. PAUL IN ATHENS AND CORINTH when fully grown? of the 5. The Bible (Isa. 22:13).

writing, committees of the United I Sometimes this looks like pure ob- LESSON: TEXT-AcU 17:22-3a; 18:1-4; I 4. Of what is ?the center 6. Because it walks like an army
Nations are still I structiomsm; sometimes it seems Corinthians 1:23-29. earth composed tomorrow officer much impressed with bisown
meeting in the merely an effort to display strengthand MEMORY SELECTION For other foundation 5. "Let us eat and drink; for importance.
combativeness, sometimes it is can no man lay than that is laid, we shall die" is quoted
great modernistic which la Jesus Christ.-I CorinttUans :3:11. 7. Designing furniture.
factory building, know only a patent move to keep Russia in frombere'?

convertedinto w the forefront, of the negotiations as History repeats itself, in spiritual --

a plant for a fore ;;.th which to be reckoned. things as well as in secular events. Doll Gas on 'Stomach

the manufacture T-cro: ts also the language barrier. The experiences of Paul at Athens Gay Pajama
t inhered ie 5 mast or/.....f wr won Net
of internatlona P bably there are no more com- and Corinth are peculiarly applicable Totsdore ddao.sp.ntaI.ato.atea.ar.mot.d
That Wbea.MSNrtgsS
good will. A r.- pcte.t performers among the various to our day for here he encoun- _--....a.at..s wenPoet.
fUUlt-vtnllr BMdktBM taws tot
dred commit'n types of experts than the trans- tered the very problems which face ,nssttmufe tile ratMf- w.Sasiaia.tiwe.Freyfabfd.
meetings arc t>e lator at these international gatherings (and have apparently stopped) the .". No lumttTc nun money BU back.n bnngt w rttara comfort at botttoW Isjrffy a s

ing held in th Much has been written of their church today. ft at. rxab drwsi-n.

rooms where 3 rei.'arkabie;: ability to translate, with- The cities were not far apart in -- -

once the delicate out taking a single note, long para- miles, and they were both pagan but
machinery turn. graphs of some speakers who get so they differed widely in their cultural This Home-Mixed

lug out instruments deep in their subjects that they for- and commercial development. ReliefIs t
of warfare Baukhageonce get that the translator is waiting Athens was the home of a godless t Cough

hummed patiently to translate one segment culture. Corinth was a prosperous Wonderful
merrily and efficient) before the speaker goes on to the commercial center known throughout "'
Here delegates to the aasembK' of next. the world for grossly licentious ,, t: No Cooking. N tas"i. Saves DoBars.

the United Nations, split up into Prize of them all is Pavlov, the living. + To get the most surprising relief
groups, tackle the various subjects lean and scholarly looking young What did the gospel accomplish from coughs due to colds you can

allotted to them just as the com- .. man who appears to wrap himself in such cities We shall soon see.I. I t your easily own prepare kitchen.a medicine Ifs very, ngbt e&SJ'-to

mittees of congress discuss the bills about :Molotov or Vishinsky and with Godless Intellectuality Meets '1 child could do it-needs no cooklnfc
and agree upon their form before :: his lips close to the listener's ear the Gospel (Acts 17:22-28a. e', and tastea so rood that children takeit

they are submitted to the "committee pours in the words so rapidly that Paul was alone in Athens. He wUUnr1;. But you'll say it's bard
j to beat for quick results.
of the whole house" for con it would appear they synchronizewith had been separated from his com-: First make a syrup by atirriac Scope
sideration and action. the movement of the speaker'slips. panions Silas and Timothy (Acts 17: of granulated sugar aDd one cap
The difference is that the assem- 14), and was to await them at Ath- of water a few moments, until c }a-
ens. While he waited he looked the solved. Or you can use con syrup
bly, unlike congress cannot pass ; even a perfect translation may
honey, instead of
or liquid sugar
laws, it can only express the will of produce a different meaning, justas city over and found it wholly givento syrup. Get ZH ounces of Piaex from
the majority. Its value is to register the same word may mean two idolatry (v. 16). This was no any druggist and pour it into a pint

before the world, world opinion as different things in the same lan- idle observation of a scientific mind, bottle. fill up with your syrup. This!
expressed by the nations which makeup ; guage to two different pairs of ears. for it caused Paul's spirit to stir gives you a full pint of realty sptaa-
did cough syrup-about four Umeaaa
the United Nations. This is the i You may recall the famous Molotov in him. much for your money. It never

first step toward a world government i outburst at the opening of the It is a bad sign when a professed spoils and lasts a long time.
whose chief is to Christian live in the And It gives quick relief. It acts
purpose police -; assembly, the speech in which the can presence
the world of sin and false worship and In three wmys--loosens the phlegm
against war. Russian delegate demanded disarm- soothes the irritated membranes and
While the committee meetings : ament, objected to the Baruch atomic not be deeply moved by it. helps clear the air passages.!

were taking place the security council ; energy plan and went right down Paul did something about it! He Pmex Is a special compound of

which compares roughly with the the line walloping everything insight went into the great daily gatheringsof proven form well Ingredient known: ,for in quick coooetratad action

{ senate, held some of its meetings in i As I remarked earlier there philosophers and gave them some 5303 In coughs and bronchial trrHatfens.

1 the same building, for unlike the assembly j was more smoke than fire in that solid Christian philosophy to workon. Money refunded if It doe u't pleas
3 which meets only once a I tirade and American Delegate Aus- They were curious to know TOTS adore soft, cuddly toys you In every way.

year, the security council is a continuing tin, suspecting as much, made the more, and when the opportunityarose tRey can take to bed. This -- --
sleepy time doll la 15 inches high
body. terse comment on the speech, Paul preached the sermon on Promptly Relieves Coughs FromIACHIN
and is dressed in warm gayly flow
The Council of Foreign Ministers, "smart but tough." Mars Hill.
which also is meeting in New York ered pajamas with narrow ruffle
When the translations came back He found them superstitiously religious trim.
is United a body Nations.entirely separate from the from the report in the Russian press < but religion does not save. *

S a Austin's words became "smart but !! They even feared lest they had for- To obtain CM&pfeU tissue pattern for
sharp." !i gotten some god so one altar was dpi body, pajanaj. embroidery chart for ICHESTCOLDS
Saddle U. S. With tan iastrsctwBS on bow to make UM hair
Now it may be that "tough" is a "to the unknown God" (v. 23). This ot the BedtIme Dot (Pattern No. 5303)
U. N. Expense tougher word in Russian than it is' gave Paul his opportunity, for be j send aotf pattern 20 certs: _in cote ber., your name, address* Helps Break Up Surface Conjttfioa
It was characteristic of the desireto in English because the Russians' ordinary declared them-as the one the true Godunknownto to their RUB ON EH
maintain a "realistic" attitudelet conduct in such and some oaten SEWING' CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK
( us hope) which resulted in the matters, all the way from dame question.The UO South Wells St. CUeaco 7. III.Lelose .
intellectual felt and -
ing to breakfasting on vodka superior 20 cents tar Pattern.
fiscal may
emphasis en matters, causing
bad an idea that God needed him
be what we would consider tougher Ne UUSICMTIT OANOBUrT
newspapers on the first day's com-
kind of which is
a snobbery as current
than the Anglo-Saxon approach. To help remote locus u.
meetings to display a head Nam.Ais
in 1946 as it was in Paul's day. ? tightly dandruff Cakes; relieve
like this: American ConsciousOf How effectively he disposed of that .e MOHOUHt itching dry MS.W scalp TONIC} ,use

U. S. OPPOSES attitude appears in verses 24 and 25.

PAYINGLF Foreign Policy They needed God, and without him --- ----
OF U. N.'s BILLSAt they could not draw a breath!
Most Americans do not realize
the meeting of the budgetary
bow far this nation has gone in the Moreover, the pagan intellectualthen ZITCII ..-'.
committee Senator Vandenberg got '
would swell with -
establishment of a foreign policy as now prideas .
in a sly dig when he suggested thatif built desire. In the he thought of the race and peopleto 0. .
the other nations felt the American i on popular past, Dugan's Skin Remedy t: .
the foreign policy of the United whom he belonged. They were
economic system was so good TO PROMPTLY RELIEVE MISERY 11
superior-a master race.
State had been rather .
always a ,
that it could put up half the moneyto AND HELPS KILL THE VICIOUS -
declares God's truth that all men .
in .
thing people general,
run the organization perhaps they vague GERMS THAT CAUSE AND SPREAD. .
something evolved behind a screenof are of one blood, and that the Rations .
might adopt a similar system. Capitalist formal phrases in the ancient are in his hands (v. 26). ATHLETE'S FOOT' -
America would 49.89
pay percent What they had to do, and what
high-ceihnged offices of the old state
of U. N.'s bills while Communist intellectuals of Invaluable for Athlete's Fool,Tropic Itch RinwortDJ.nsect! Bites Chiggen
f Russia, although much greater in department building, where they still godless our sad all skin irritations. SOc PER BOTTLE. MAILED PREPAI6 ANY.WHERE .
need do is to seek God in humble
have marble fireplaces that really IN
i size and population, would provide 60c. Money refunded if not Mtisficd.TSIED .
and faith then lives
I work in some of the rooms. repentance ; cad TESTED SUCCESSFULLY, OVTB 4O TEAMS
in the submitted.
6 per cent plan become fine and noble and useful
against the price of war is small. kept out of domestic politics simply II. Sophisticated Immorality Ill CENTRAL AVE. ST. mttSSUIG, FLA.
because the politicians knew that the
Meets the Gospel (Acts 18:1-4).
people knew as little as they did as --
Powerful CommitteesAre -- ----- -
To Corinth Paul came (evidentlystill Tt
to what it all about and didn'tcare
In the Making any more.was Then came the fa- alone) without friends or funds. Bake sweeter, tastier bread !
Like all well-bred Jewish boys, he
The work of the committees of mous Wilson versus Lodge fight over maker -
knew a trade. He was a sail
the assembly covers a wide scope, the League of Nations, which was and tent maker. Rather than i 3a.\ FLEISCHMANN'S

since besides offering the sounding really something far deeper than have the ungodly men of Corinth use

board for world opinion and controlling that, a fight of two powerful person- hinder his preaching by the criticism

the puraestrings of the whole alities and two different concepts of that he was doing it for money FRESH

organization, the committees likewise government world governmentbut he supported himself.

supervise the several important domestic government. Lodge The minister who is eager for rich

subsidiary agencies, some of and Wilson became so definitely financial return and who is willingto

which will become extremely pow- committed to their own respective accept the gifts of the ungodlythat

erful when and if they carry out views that they couldn't afford to his work may prosper, has

the duties planned for them. For compromise.After closed the door for his testimony to

instance, the many plans for improving that, each party consideredit many who do not believe. In fact, YEAST

living standards and social fair game to rip the other up the one wonders whether he has any

relations throughout the world, back when it came to a discussion on real testimony to give.

which IS the purpose of the economic foreign affairs and the fine old tradi- In this wicked city, given over to

and social council and the projected tion (which was really a negative vice and fleshly pleasure, Paul

trusteeship council which will thing) "foreign affairs ends at the made his way to the synagogue and
oversee the relationship between thedependent shore line," was split wide open. I began to preach Christ. He rea- :

s countries and the nations And then the bloody conflict of soned and persuaded and won some

held: responsible for their control and World War II made people realize for the Lord as he continued with I

welfare. that Democratic and Republicanblood them for a year and a half (Acts Ii

c, Another important function of the when it flowed on the battle- 18:11). i,

4'' assembly is initiating amendments field was the same color and Paul's letter to the Corinthians NO WAITING-no extra steps!
(: to the charter and this session bristled caused the same gaping wounds at reveals the struggle of the believers
'i with talk among the smaller home. at Corinth to maintain moral stand ,fresh active Yeast goes right to work.

- : countries for amending provisions The campaign which we have just ards and spiritual warmth in such a Makes sweeter finer bread! And makes it faster
.I' governing the power of the veto in city, but it also clearly indicates You can be of tender
, witnessed, while it was characterized surer smooth texturelightnessdelicious
j security council. that the gospel of Christ is "the
with the same old fuss and furyof flavor time! '
of God unto salvation to every
power everyone
the past omitted the question of
Russians Vie to that believeth" (Rom. 1:16), IF YOU
foreign policy except when it was BAKE AT HOME, insist onFleiachmann.
in the midst of sin and
even cor
i i Latt Minute raised by persons already discredited ruption.III. ', fresh Yeast with the

Early in the meetings of the general by both major parties.
The Gospel Meets Sin-and Ij tamllaryeltowlabelIt'adeperdableAmerica's
S committee (the steering com- That is the hope, as I see it, for Victorious (I. Cor. 1:22-25), ,

mittee) and in the assembly itself it American dominance for the domi- The wisdom of this world-for tested favorite for more thai

became evident that the Rassians nance of the American idea of human which Athens stood in a special way 70 .: :\4i1e!

were following a general plan of procedure freedom. We have learned that -becomes foolish in the eyes oil ot' .
' which was not unlike that when it comes to facing the world, men. as it is already in the sighti ;; hpfFU. y ,

which bad appeared and still is ap- we meet it shoulder to shoulder as I i of God, when it stands Dp against j/

e pearing in all the controversies. The Americans and nothing else. the gospel (read vr. 1 -%1).




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II Tax Cut Tops GOP Legislative Slight Dip

Gross farm Income will dip only.

3 per cent in 1947 under this year'*
Program; States Vote Labor mark of 27 billion dollars but high

er operating costs win trim opeators' !
For s '1 looking sheets iron i, Tie back curtains an ottr.ed j I net return, the bureau of agricultural -
four ttuc....icsses of shtct: at onetime by pulling c 'v.r. \I. mL.Ides: to Curbs; Foreign Trade at Peak economics declared.

; fold in half bring .g nem to the exact i.'n:.; A.icre t..eire to for 1M7
fold. Iron first on the plain side, be fastened TIm, is a perfect ,.Iide Ret Serb: WesternnewepapetOx,
..EIIITOR" ?\OTE, Wlae. .,IaM.. .n .snaM' to Uln. e....... they an UI... W4estora expected: to be 2& times as large
then on the hem side. and eliminates a lot of measuring. l.e..aaer r'ain's .... aaaiyata aN ... aneuarl7 .. w. .e..r.. as in 1938 but nearly half again as

-.r- ._, : '. big as in 1920. The agency based t
\VheM "uisjf material that is Wbso baby's ojafltotl leads are its projection on soaring costs of all -

slippery and bard to handle, a tow- well won, cut the best pieces from production items, including labor

' el pinned arouad the extension lid them for pot-holder padding. These 4 / and purchased feeds. As a result,
cf the sewing machine keeps the make extra heavy pot-holders. net income may dip 10 to 13 per cent

material and one's temper in i -.- under 1946.Estimated.

pie-ee. An egg beater is not so di.t.c..;: gross farm income of
-.- to clean if it is dipped in cold u a 27 billion dollars for this year was

Clean chromium with soap and I ter :n,:;-t dlatf.jy after using 1:,-.- based upon actual receipts of $13-

water followed by 1--.... ., >\ .*. !: ;ne: ;<. JIM' tr.e part u-t-d so t.at 918,000,000 during the first eight

whiting paste. ihe ;..:.;-.; >. s.- ul.: ..tgf : .vtt months. During this period, $7,854

-. -- 000.000 was derived from meat, pool
-- --
4+ try and dairy products; i5,315jOOC- 1
9f 000 from crops, and $752,0),...tram

government payments. Tfce latter

are expected to pass the 1939 peak
| of $&'7.000.000.


I To Retain Bases
In proposing a U. S. trusteeship

for st: ategic Pacific bases reader the

United Nations, President Iranian
prcruiied for substantial American

control of these areas in any agree


Almost a year and a half after the end of the conflict, Germans While nominally subjecting the
continue to feel the tragic effects of the war. Carrying an their earthly I U. S. to U. N. authority in tertify-

possessions with them these Germans return to battered homeland ing the bases and developing ht'political

frem Denmark, whence they fled before allied armies. and economic Me of the to-

habitants:_ Mr. Truman stipulated
that u. N. inspectors could M excluded
give way to a GOP nominee. He
:ONGRESS: said he intended to introduce a con- from certain strategic centers

Oct Fast stitutional amendment which would of these outposts.By .
for ultimate U. S.
permit congress to authorize a pres-
Hardly had the election din at- authority over the new bases, the
idential election if the two parties
:ending the Republican landslide President sought to satisfy service
divided legislative and executive
: p1 subsided than Rep. Harold Kmitson control demands for effective American con-

(Rep., Minn.) revealed that be trol over the areas. At first, the
would move for a 20 per cent cut Marshall Field, crusading New army and navy had held out fcr
:n personal income taxes as soonas I Deal publisher, Joined Fulbright in outright possession of the bases,
Rub in gently-warming soothing Ben-Gay for fast the 80th congress assembles Jan- I asking President Truman to step but Mr. Truman overrode this position -
f relief from muscular soreness and pain. Ben-Gay contains aary 5. down. By turning the Job over to to adopt the department cf

up to 2Ji times more methyl salieylate and In addition, Knutson said that the the GOP Field said, the Republicans state's recommendation for a nominal -
> menthol-famous pain-relieving agents known to every ways and means committee, which would be charged with full U. N. trusteeship to express
doctor-than five other widely offered rub-ins. Insist ie is scheduled to head as the ranking responsibility for development of a American cooperation for world

en genuine Ben-Gay, the original Baume Anal& sique.Also majority member, will open national program, and the issuesin peace.

, t for Pala due t. RHEUMATISM, KEURAICIA and COLDS. searings sometime in February to the IMS election would be dear Although maintaining military and
are or eliminate excise taxes on along cut. political control over the bases, the
r Ask f sr Mild Eea fay for C ddreaK i
list of consumer goods, including i CANNED GOODS U. S. would grarj an other mem-
: jewelry, furs cosmeticsand : bers of the U. N. equal trade and

t Eqoors. Big Packs commercial rights.
; Republican intentions to slash
Housewives can look to appreciable -
:axes ran counter to President 1'ruman's -
position to maintain high supplies of canned fruits and Good System to Follow ; ,

levies to balance next year's budget vegetables through the coming yearas
TTktm the mdmiautndit end ludfetarr i i
result In 1946
a heavy packs ,
?stimated at 40 billion dollars. By committee of the UJV. us.sal
lopping off unnecessary expenditures trade spokesmen attending the ninth iht V. S. 49-89 pet cent of the WHIM!
annual convention of the Supermarket tht iiaentotiontl orgtmitttiomon
and trimming tile payroll, costs of
Knutsoo said, tbe GOP hopes to institute hi Chicago declared. the basic of per spits Income, u.& 1
scale down the budget to 32 billion Over 190 million cases of canned De1tt FcnJen&erf J1rfIC lH. If tht
vegetables will be produced this America economic system it to goods +
dollars, thus permitting; the tax reduction -
to provide iu people lea 59 per
163 million last
sub- compared with
for year
and allowing a
rent ej total world income, ht laid,
-tantial retirement of the national year, it was predicted. The canned then o&hern-. would do tcttt totdopt I
-iebt of 'JO billion rfn'a: ? at the fruit pack will total 75 million cases it Britain ions assessed 1CJ percent
K -ame time. i I compared with 40 million in 1945. and Russia t per cent
Despite adequate supplies cf fr
lIMe to DoReduction ;: frozen foods distribution has been r

in taxation was only I hampered by a lack of warehousing COAL:

ne of the many issues facing the space, a large carryover from Study Demands
new GOP congress. last year and a shortage of refrigerator -
Briefly others included terminating cars equipped for low temper- Company spokesmen were Quickto
the President's wartime powersto atures, it was said. I hit at John L. Lewis' new wag
and hour demands for the United
by execu-
FLASHLIGHT BATTERY restrict government
Mine Workers as threatening the future
i.ve decree : widening!
s undo the national labor re- I Vote Labor Regulation i of the Industry against the Increasing ,*

tonS act snd prcvidrng for impar- competition of gas and oil 4

ai] a:!n--trat: : ;'-Ti rf the law: Four states including a heavy While the government presently it

LASTS 93% LONGER -tt -jsg tbciit d C:;'':''I,) >-- to t't'8cat.ir industrial regiop, reflected! popular running the pits private interest
s sentiment for regulatorylabor were thinking cf their position when

legislation in the face of the .properties are returned. Jlc }
t the growing strength cf unions
Declaring that Mr. Lewis
in the economic pattern cf the
country.By 1* going to pries hU boys right out
on the street," company rpclesmta
Jror Revolution- heavy majority votes ridiculed the idea that a rednctic

', Irs For tttUd iusid* Nebraska and South Dakota of the work week from six to flea

cob Packs enough chit new battery h the adopted constitutional amend- days would lower operating cost
ments banning the closed shop;
electrical equivalent of and permit the operators to pay a
rucrac wacyto which requires all employees of
over 10,390 foot-poo&di 25 cent an hour raise. Under the
x EK a 110-th. of energy.Yes-the tool a shop to join the prevailing old contract, miners were paid
; x union. Arizona passed the same $1.18tt cents hour with overtime
&H! 99 ft UP! energy in theE e- ; Vandenberg (ldt'. en
; law but by a closer vote.
rates 85 hours.
I., enhlight battery, it's ready'Bashlightbatttrr.if Representative Martin tenter) beyond
;Ss electricA t.nt1 that entirely used in sa and Senator Taft. Despite the dominant position While the operators remained
(on! Lierzv dacrmima efficient electric motor of labor in industrial Massachusetts skeptical UHW economists figured
.1 ai pa ....jsaad brow t. would lift a l IO-lb. sid store free enterprise, and formula -. the electorate voted to require that a shorter work week would trim
lo.t a time. New tab- 99 fia the aid tton of a farm program adjusted unions to make public production costs from 20 to 70 cent
.igaa tasks a twmbie to That same energy to; postwar conditi s. their financial records with 406- a ton, with an average saving cf 4S
.m iastr lamb ea, means brighter light ia In the field of foreign affairs 827 for and 227,907 against. In cents. Since miners dig from four
asp taw a cur all cases organized labor ought to five tons of coal the saving"
ad- ,
L .d e.erp, it e.ti:* your stliglt. And .. Republicans were expected to dally,
-' ; st1md is a oa .to bh 93<% longer lifet Yet -ere to the current bi-partisan policy the amendments. of $2 per day would cover the COB
a. a m siskc to the tov templated they said.
me NIl 'EvuaJbat- : mapped by the administration wage increase
d the Fmpir.
:. u. a Lit a 11o.rb. t tery still costs only 101.JUIIr1t1lllM with tbe help of Senator Vanden- :

14199 fat acaitbt UP! z+,. ,a++w.e tr.a.ktuTIONAL fcrg (Rep.. Mich.) as representative Near Peak JAPAN:
citRaolt _. of the GOP congressional bloc. Helped PWs
CORPM Y,INC. )is.ac+,If .snarl CwIIa Minority Leader Martin of Massachusetts Spurred by U. S. loam, foreigncatmtries.
M teat end at i:.T.i.p.L 0 IIpw.ruti seeking material for reconstrnetion like everywhere also there are
scheduled take over
+rv 7..s caw was
-sae sera.. with Sen- cf war ravaged economies : good as wQ as bad among the JN
? of the house
4S speafcenhip
t or fulfilling pent-up demand cf anese.
of Michigan: becoming -
aloe tem of the war scarce goods, promise to buy In the midst cf minor war crimes
president pro Taft of more from Uncle Sam in 1946 than trials in Yokohama allied supreme
hLJI house and Senator
upper in the banner export years of 191i headquarters revealed that Lt Colt
Ohio majority leader.
I and 1920. Chigeo Emoto's treatment cf U. i,

pdt UnityAs ,I With practically all: areas of the British and Dutch war prisoner

the Republican avalanche set world sharing in our expanded over- "stood out like a beacon" against:

up a Republican congress during a seas trade, commercial exports have the atrocities practiced by less herman
Democratic administration liberal bees runnisg two to three times commandants.

a Qll dFr Democratic leaders called upon above the volume of the late '30's. Believing Cot Toshlo Hatakayama

President Truman to resign hi favorcf Of total exports of approximately In a PW encampment at Hako

a GOP nominee to ascure bart g bfflion dollars U. S. loans prob- date &.fterJgh Japanese authoritieshad
ony in the forthcoming session. ably will finance 35 per cent or 2.8 become alarmed at the high
billion dollars. death rate at the site, Emote quick

HIGHENERGYEVEREADY 'Remembering the unhappy results Indicative of the neavy overseas ly set things in order. Beatings were
divisions ef legislative
banned. Food allotments were
business, Canada is buying almost
id executive between
<: power creased. PWs were worked only
280 cent more than before the
when solution of per
bled parties
hours. Inmates dying
the required
war Latin American countries 300
to ilideci svebictrlseiag ;
probteins gave way afforded
from natural causes were
continental European
tBIOfftl UCHT : and both sides maneu- per ; -
fun burial
s ltklGta tlFrl i I 'GIII'" political advantage Senator natieos 150 per cent more; and Praising Emote, PWs exclaimed:

-._. .? ; FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES I iI Fdfengfct (Dem., ArU was the the United Kingdom 50 per cent "He brightened our lives."
a I !first to cat upon Mr. Truman to more.


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GLADES COUNTY it had done no good, by the results'l I bam, I to be so backlashed and bawled up her In low and let's go! t t car

of the November election, then decided Miss Sparkman is the daughter of that it wHl take action of the Su- -Ye EdHfr.hNOOPKR 5 i;Z

DEMOCRAT to clamp down when it was Mr and Mrs. S. J. Sparkman of preme Court to straighten! it out, ;. t

MOORE evident that it could cause no Dade City. An older brother, Seth, interest in the cases of King and : :
HAVET. FLORIDAEntered damage to him or to the party. Asa I is an employee of the Pasco Pack- Wisehart is revived Seems Dean II and Betty At ate f ::

a. rtcond-class consequence public opinion will I Ing Corporation and a sister Elizabeth If Gay remains as comptrollerthen giving each other the tumble JaMJi -
I, U27 at the Poitofflce matter at Moor probably be less solidly behind him I is private secretary to Spur- it would appear that Hawthorne ly Could it be?*? :.

Congress Haven. Florida of March under 8. 1897.Pnbllahed the. Act of than it would have been had he I geon Tillman, sales manager of the and Brown would bare What was the matter betty .. ,: : f-
made this show-down fight soon Pasco organization something to howl about and developments two girls Tnesdey night? BBIUBI .1':.

after taking office between now and Jan- better watch out. i.
Lfrrr Friday 87 the matter JRajr C T I .$
7 should prove interesting.Brown What's :,::
TUB GLADES PRI>TI5G CO. lac. Lewis can say nothing and still'get Daring 1944 United States Navy nary -.',',,
CARR SETTLE Publisher I the results he anticipates ad ,chapUims eoadaeted 47,577 divine has made no claim to G. H. beating year time B ttar :

[already a great assay of the mines services which were attended by date but in the face of the Fraser- watch oat Gaseie T.! 'it:
--- -- are shutdown, the misers walkingoff 32.C03.C84 persoas. performed 12- Gay affair he may be tempted to Who was Johnnie with Saturday ;:}''-

ub.'rl.tl.. Rates / in protest of tile government 501 marriage ceremonies, 14.951 do ao. Anyhow, it looks as thoughwe night? ;F'i.
OBC Year ___ _.__ 6a\ :
action If they lock him up it will funerals and 15,'$g baptisms accepted are in for a fight with several Who was it tat went tkrot** .z, .
SU Months __ __ ___ 11.:1v1EANDEWNGS : '
.I make a martyr of him and all of 13,818 men and women into Juicy Jobs hanging in the balance initiation Wednesday afternoon of .,
the union workers will walk out. the church and visited 5,311,408 $&,Goe to I9.0W salaries are hard last week* I near she came oat !';:

The army might be called upon persons in hospitals sickbays and to get and worth fighting for and alive. Could it be W. S.' .

I but it is doubted that there wouldbe brigs the contest should wax warm from Who was seen Sunday night in ''Ii"

enough mine workers in the now onTo Clewiston* I heard the snow was '.;g

army ranks BOW to mine very much the man OB the street concerned good, or was it the show, Tracy .
By Carr Settle I coal. Prom this : : : :-x..xToo Elsie Mae with
angle it would appear with making his own tiring Who was Sunday ;
I that Lewis has proven himself the whole thing looks like a temp- night Could it be Donald P.* "

greater than the government Late To est in a teacuP. He isa't concernedvery Who does Doris G. keep In the :
This has been a week of waiting I and is in the Classify
a position of dictating much one way or another ex- corner at play practice Somebody -I
AH week long I've scanned the policies of the government if he cti't that he does feel that the law bad better watch oat. -.
that there
papers hoping booses should be strictly followed and the Wonder why Jessie R. B. all of :

tile some State compromise Game and reached Fresh between Water However, if it is really a show -,, . .: .:,,-. ", -, x-- I constitution adhered to. a sudden stopped going with Jimmy 5.
down fight, the government may be Click* 't
Hah" Commission and the commercial !
able to put enough gas through the Immediately following the November Wonder why Oacar L. was at
fishermen which would permita Lake wartime oil pipelines to prevent too election Governor Caldwellin B tCttait o _I school and Cuthbert M. D. decided -
remunpUon of fishing on
Okeechobee but ao far nary a word much suffering during the winter a letter to Senator Ed Fraser, SCHOOL DAZESTAFF to leave the room ao quick when

despite the fact that the meeting It will mean a terrific ban on shipping nominee of the State Democratic she saw him* ,

Between the Governor and the Commission and near-chaotic conditions ,Committee and elected to fill the Why is Cuthbert M. D. so happy -.

was scheduled early in the for a while bat tile fight can he I unexpired term of the late J. M Lee Editor _," __ Tracy Ange! lately Could it be becaaae of the
week wen and even the worship of a ,as state comptroller, stated that ,it Associate ditor Kettle H"i "ODSnoollt'r picture she received? J '

how martyr cannot ease the pangs of ,was his opinion that Fraser could _.____ ?????? Why is Joy Summers ao happy
Then we're waited to see to hunger in the stomachs of the mineworkers 1 not legally be appointed or elected Sports _. .:_' __ Char Clayton Is it because she Is trying to fool
PresMeat Trmmaa was going and their families I to the office because he was a Tommy Wayman Carol Randall*
make out with his showdown fight
We don't believe that the people I member of the 1945 legislature Personalities* __ Opal RaulersonKathleoen Who was seen at ol' M. H. S.
with John L. Lewis and the United
of the United States as a whole which increased the office salary McLaughlin Tuesday morning* These sailor
Workers that knew
Mice feeling we
want to submit to the dictates of from $7,500 to $.,000 a year. Campus Hour T. Jean DUI>I't'e are mighty cute, aren't they*
how it would -
all the time Just
Lewis and his ilk. Neither do we IE! view of this fact the Governor I I Ruth Close I wonder why. someone's neck
The battle now
toIBe o.e. appears
to have been Joined and within a believe that, at first, the majorityof t said it was his' intention to declare I I Question of the week Dean HefHnT was so sore Wednesday moraine?
the people of Germany wanted to She blamed it OB Pny. Ed. But I
short time we should be able to 1 he office of state comptroller vacant )plots' --_- IJettie Robinson
learn whether the United States is submit to the dictates of the little 4 and he would appoint Clarence Dojle Ban I know what it was'!

run the elected government paper-hanger-but they did. Now 4 Bay( to the poet on Jauary 7. "1'n- Jean Dnprre Why was everybody that went OB
being by
is the time for Lewis to be cooledoff the picnic Saturday night so sore
officials organised labor through I der the plain wording of the constitution .!Sponsor" __ Miss Dot Williamson
or for all time or allowed to run I '" the Governor said "I I Monday morning* Coaldn't be that
its dictatorial lead@r's.We'Ye he government without interfer- i am convinced that you cannot legally - .. (Continued on Page ill
waited too to ee whether
>nce. be appointed or elected to the 1- ya' kids! How about our game
or not there would be any actionon office of state comptroller during comes off Friday night* Are Hunting Seasonr'
the proposed sugar mill here,
Dorothy Sparkman Is dour present term as a member of we going to let Clewiston Tigersin
only to learn on Wednesday that I :
the legislature. over our Terriers again or are (Continued frvu Page 1)
the wait would be postponed for Crowned 1946 Florida
Fraser's eligibility was questioned we going to go over to Clewiston limited to a two-day _.. Mondays
It seems
another week at least
during the heated campaign for the and pep them up with yells from and Tuesdays are closed to
rather strange that a company Tangerine Queen
nomination when the state demo- the sidelines* What's your answerto hunting unless a legal holiday or
which proposes to grind a sugar
cratic executive committee met in that* Come on and say the opening or closing days of the
should be forgetfulas
next fall so
crop for WINTER HAVEN, Nor 20FNSt Jacksonville and at that time sev- fifteen rabs for M. H. S. in a LOUD. season fall on tkece days of the
to fall to obtain proper data
( I Blonde Dorothy Spark- eral prominent attorneys expressed LOUD voice and make it come week.
presentation to the CPA board.
further delaysWe're man. I-: year old college sophomore the: belief that Fraser could not from way down inside you get Some question concerning the
necessitating from Dade City, was crowned 1946 hold the office under the constitutional -better r@i88l1s-no kiddln'! conservation districts of the state.
waited, also, before bur-
I Florida Tangerine Queen before a provl'lons. There were Our boys haven't won any games as given on the licenses has beea
Ing hunting license to see
a crowd of over 6,090 at Cypress others, however, who contendedthat yet because they have usually been raised These districts were set up
the local nimrods came out in their
I Gardens last Sunday afternoon he could do so providing he out-numbered, out-weighed' and the according to congressional districts
first few days of activity. As a result
it is probable that we shall I I Sponsored by the Pasco Packing did not draw the increase in salary cheering section hasn't been ableto before the establishment of the

delay another season from purchasing Company. world's largest processorsof and so the controversy has raged go to 'cheer' them up. But we sixth district. Therefore Glades

t a license. Jeff Wiggins tell I citrus fruit Miss Sparkman was ever since have a good chance Friday night and Hendry counties are included

us that the designation "hunting. elected :irom a field of 95 entries Disregarding the Governor's I because the number of boys are the in the first district which also includes -

season means just that these dayi Chief Judge of the contest was statement Senator Fraser announced same, as well as the weight. and of Lee Charlotte, DeSoto.

-there's very little killing. Tomorrow John Robert Powers of New York, this week that he would be in course all the kids and adults will I Highland*, Hardee. Manatee Sara- ,

morning the duck seasoioperj k whose school for models is internationally Tallahassee January 7 to take over be there to cheer our boys on t" Iota, Polk Hillsborough, Pinellas. -,

bat there hasn't been enougi k famous. the post of comptroller to which he VICTORY-so come on gang 'w ;: Hernando am] Pasco counties.

cold weather to send many duckisottth s Barbara Pettit. 16, of Daytona was elected and that he would have

as yet, but we're told tha't Beach, was first runner 'np and Sidney a public statement when he receives -

a trio of local hunters found SOON! Allen of Orlando and Helene his certificate of election from

Florida mallards that may pronto Louise Burrell 20. of Eustis tied the state canvassing board.

be rather expensive birds, a fey, for third place If the Governor is right in his .

days ahead of the season Miss Sparkman, who succeeds position, and most legal authorities '
I Janet Ruth Crockett of St. Petersburg contend that ke is, then Gn :

Coming back to the Lewis-Tru_ was a last minute entry ands will remain In the comptroller office !' FLAMiNGO

man scrap. it appears so obxiou I flew to Florida to enter the ('on test for the, next two years but it'

that the President placed i politic:s from Tusraloofca where she is II is a question that the Suprtm.

with the unions until he saw tha I student at the \"nner!!it\ of Ala- Court will probably be called on '"
[I decide and in view of a i>r>"\i< uopinion ,
]' in the Wisehart case!" .'n! i I

the situation with regard to Srn- ,, DAIRY FEED :
ator King the question ha fir f

reaching ptMufbiliUes.

Fuel Oil Heaters I Jud Wteehart of Miami was a ,
member of the legislature that increased Roughage and Concentrated Feeds '

I II the salary of circuit Judge

I I:from $5,&" to $C.000 per rear being -
Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
Tilt: MOST .:('o\om.uXf) FFIirilNT: : MrTHOD: of i, appointed to the office by Cov- f !-
:ernor Holland ;; .
Taking the same position he did I MOORE HAVEN: 1

All Styles and Sizes $39.95 i iISO relative to Senator Fraser, Go\pr-I
t . up nor of Caldwell Wisehart questioned to bold the the ehgibitin office- i VVOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) t-

.\ MHCTKirM> GAs HKVTFlis I and declaring it vacant appointed MOORE ILl'.ES, FLORID y

Radio-Plxmofrrftfii <'omhiHattoii-Flrrtrfc Iron.. i I N. Vernon Hawthorne to the post. -t

The court in this case decided for ,
Kea) for 1 1i\t'1')' M>\\ :
Wisehart who still holds the office I - - .

I Take the case of Senator Kin;. .
APPLIANCEi j He announced as a candidate and 4?

ran for the office of State Railroad

SALES Commissioner at a time when 're

was a member of the state senate HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN / .

and did sot resign as senator Sen-

ator King was elected to the Sen- 'D' MILKAnd
ate in the Fall of 1944. Like Judge

r Wisehart his term as a member of

the legislature does not expire until Other Alfar Products -:'

1949. On or about the 1st of

Get tke Habit of Shopping ct July, 1945. the salaries of the mem- AVAILABLE AT YOUR :
bers of the State Railroad Commission ., '

were, by budgetary manipulation GROCERY 'AND f Y'aY

1.i increased from $5,000 to $$.- >

The IB 000 per year, while Senator King ': "'
held office
and the Senate of which

"Family I1 FortMyers appropriation he was a member voted the usual

1 D pt. Second man in the race for Rail- l
road Commission in Senator King
Store" group was Fred W. Brown of Tampa -
Fla .2i-
: and many feel that ke is en-
lacR titled to hold the office because of OR E A M ERtf CIO* it.Iii

; the constitutional provision which ,.'
: .. -,
would seem to make !
King ineligible
Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or MoreBUY Sew that 1M CaJdwell-Gay-Fraser Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and :t ,-:

I squabble has developed and appearsIS II West Palm Beach, Fla. : ,

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,_ 1 I >EW AllIUYAL I ager of the Failing Shoe Store of morning! Could it be because that :

I II I Fort Myers and a Baptist layman Bert Crawford keeps her out too*

I I Prof and Mrs M E. Morrison who has had notable success: with late at night?

PERSONAL and SOCIETY 1 ,are the parents of a nine-pound sou.Jruce ., pulpit work will preach at the. Who has Jackie so .suddenly got

I Lockhart. born Sunday morning Baptist Church here at both themorning a new crush oa? 3he certainlyhas

H. November 17, in the Sugariaad and evening services on grown-up over night!

Hospital in CiewUtonMr I Sunday aDd everyone is cordially Should we pat Peggy S. ea theback >
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I invited to attend. with Jeecie over _*'&
''Ii'0''YY'WX' {rtw+{+rrv +luiv and Mrs. Broward M. Danielare
=' I Mr. McDonald was for four years gain and the other's loss-aaratty.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schroder were Rev. C. T. Howes putor of the the proud parents of a nine-: superintendent of a Baptist Missionin Jimmy Click!

.i' in Delray Beach on Monda>. j Methodist Church here in 1928-29 pound baby daughter who arrivedat Tampa. enjoying considerable Seems as though Jaekie B. i*

now of the Pahokee their home Wednesday evening.
land pastor success with the work there. slowly slipping. What seems to
\ Mrs. J. W. Cram returned Sunday -{ spent Monday and Tuesday November 29. The young lady has be your trouble Bailey!

[ from a visit in Tampa. here visiting old friends and speak, been named Diane. IT \PPti\t.n: ONEIGHT I Wonder why Joy Summers leaks
tag those
nights at the fellowshipdinners
Bill Kewtoa of Fort Myers wasa held by the church at the State Road Patrolman and Mrs. daggers at a certain girt? It
Following is a poem from the I eonldnt be oa account of LiMb
Imstesm visitor here Wednesday. Woman Club clubhouse A. W. Miller are the parents of a Wilson Echo student
publicationat Bailey could it!
baby boy weighing eight and a half
Warren-Wilson College at Swan-I Wonder why Annie Rath T. m i
w Mrs. W. A. Bramlett of Mulberry Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts, Mrs.J. pounds at Sugar land Hospital in w
L : to vtsttiag her daughter, Mrs. A. O."I' S. WUlinghau and AI Bell were iewiston Thursday afternoon. He naaoa N. C., written by Miss,happy! It couldn't be on aitmm
Dorothy Skipper a graduate of of Eddie Bailey, could It!
Howdesaett and family in Winter Haven Sunday for th<- has been named Malcolm Thomas.A Moore :
Havea High School last I Wonder why Juaaita Drawer amt
crowning of the Tangerine Queen
spring who is a student at this AUave j
McDuffie till
TOM GJUeek arrived Tuesday at the Miss are so UPPT
Festival there hat day. daughter Susan McVeigh
college and is working as a linotype week* It couldn't be j
frog Deed..... Kansas, and w ill Harriette Alston Of ('lewistun. weighing nine pounds three ounces. on sieattsM

;-. make Us home here in the future. granddaughter of Mrs. Willinghani was born to Mr. and Mrs F. G. the operator"Echo:"and assistant editoron (Continued oa Page t) r I

'r'- and Deice of Mrs Roberts was the Craig on November 6 at Halls It 1
llispugil OM YlaM
:; ..... J.* Van De Velde and Mrs. CiewUton representative in the Tenn The Craigs were resident IOK :\I.K-Two four gaB.. i.-It J

:!t:' Don BrJdeW were visitors in MI- Beauty Pageant. for several months while he was (By Dorothy Skipper) cows. Reasonably priest pan. I
The shades of night ,
were not falling
aDd WlMr.an......,. engineer for the RE.V cooperative fast W. B. Norton. It*.

Yeoman 3/c Francis Smith arrived here.
, ;; They had already f.... !
Mrs t. Abern and the first of the week to spend When through the hails of % Clair 1 I'Ol'oS -One male hog MuMa >eet..

> Mrs. J. C. Swtadall spent the week- a leave from the U. s. Nary with TWIN NOV We d.Three. I or. Owner may have name If

sad !. Naples with Mr. and Mrs. his mother Mrs. J. R. Beasley. harrying Wilson belles I. paying for damages and thin '..

G. M. PUUips. Francis was among the members of Rev. aDd Mrs Gail Smith of vert eJBeat. Jacob Hefttm.
Their purpose ]
was it pare and true
the Navy Task Force who took part Sarasota announce the arrival of
At this dread hour of night? 1
Stamlsgr W.,.... who is employed in the atomic bomb tests at Bikini twin boys on Thursday morning. '
The midnight gong this seemed nut N.U.B-11 turkeys, $$$." farthe
by Faa-American Airways ta Atoll witnessing both of the terrifying November 14. Roy Emerson bora
their cue eleven. H. Moaer. next t.*
Miami, spent the week-end with explosions. at 12:t. a, m. weighed 5 pounds
To put some soul ta fright. Yaun Dairy. It*.
his psuests.F two ounces and Reuben Clark born
Up sad up endless stairs they crept.
C. at 12 55 weighed three 12
George Taylor of Harrison, : pounds
Pisa Lucy Laac of the home N. J., has returned home after a
trruMairi department of the State business trip here for the Wobnrn the local Baptist Church until November Though all other damsels quietly Outboard Motor Boat mi Tra44er.

Department et Education visited Chemical Corporation. He sustained 1.Methodists. slept reasonable See Clyde Csekas'.
They uttered not a word.A .
Moore Haven Fla. D&-N-tIe.
the local school Wednesday a severe gash on the face in a
beam of light, this was to be
Jeep ride with Bin Muller during Hold ,
The ghost of old St. Clair.
Mini An* Leahy returned Tuesday his visit here and it was at first
Ah ha! Now we begin to dearly see FOU S.UFIDe Guernsey eon
moraimc holD a visit at her thought he had sustained a broken Fellowship Dinners I
do they really dare! See C. H. Settle
home ta Kaexvflte. Tenn. and witha nose. Several stitches were required -
Monday and TuesdayMembers A crack Is reached. All Is ready I
tootM fn Birmingham Ala. to close the cut
The dread deed to perform.The .

light is on. Now hold It steady
CoHMy Agent A. G. Hutchinson nov sii'i'Ku TO HI: liEU of the Methodist Churchwere
The victim do aot warn!
and tastily left Saturday for Nebraska NEXT Tn JoSIOliT guests of the church at fellowship -
A crash! A scream! What's happened Mark R. Tennant
CIt,. Nebr., where he was dinners held Monday and here!

called by the serious Illness of his The P.-T. A. will sponsor a box Tuesday evenings at the Woman's lAtemrt
A tragedy we knew!
otter. sapper on November 26 in the Club clubhouse the membership be
We rush unto the setae with fear,
school gymnasium The P.-T. A. ing divided because of the lack of Real Estate Broker
But our pranksters ]wt fell
Mrs. George Sturgis returned asks that you "come and get it" accommodations for all at one time. through! ; GLADES COUNTY LANDS

Sunday from St. Petersburg where at 6:30 o'clock in the evening and The purpose of the meetings was
6O7 Congress nidg. )Miami Fla.O .
Mr. atargfs has been quite ill and see a program free of charge. The to acquaint the membership with

left Mea-day. night for a few days men who buy the boxes aad the the various items of the church School Daze-

n )1"1. y girls who bring them will receive budget, through a budget parade

either coffee or tea to go with their during which a brief explanation of (Continued fr&m Page 4) I

Mrs. James Montana. Nelson lunch. The money will be used each item was read by groups of trailer that. had so many sprIngs.I

Choetham pad daughter Emily, left for fans for the musk room and members. could it? !

.. last Friday for their host is Pe- the cafeteria. Mr. Raulerson and This was followed by an address, Who is "the Beetle" in the Junior I

auA.B *k, N. J.. after a visit here Mr. Yates will section off the boxes each evening, by Rev. C. T. Howes, Class? Could it be B. R.! t

wftfc Mr. aad Mrs. Wm Mailer.L. go: former pastor of the church here Why does E. B. like play practice -

Please coma one.. sad pianos come lad now pastor at Pahokee in eo well now! Could it be because i

several days all, which he spoke of the benefits of refreshments are being served -
A. Malay spent 1'
Whether it be big or medium, .
tithing.At ?
over the week-end with relatives
In Lakctaad and will return there I huge or small. Cone. the conclusion of Rev. Howes' What is the matter with Juanita .'
-Jo Anne
for a teafer visit after a few day talks pledge cards were passed to D.? Is it because that she is lovt

of Bnattag at home at the beginning IIAI'TlsT INTKKMKinXTI+ I the members attending who filled sick? IT -

of the ..... ENJOY SOOILMKHTINO in the weekly pledges for church Why did Elsie M. S. have pneumonia '22* AIROIL PRODUCTS CO.
I payment. Since the budget was ? Could It be because she is ,

Mrs. 0. R. Dyer has returned increased somewhat this year staying out late at night? Why i

home from Jacksonville where she Fourteen members BTIT met of at the the BaptistIntermediate home amounting to more than $4,200 for.does Millie R. look sleepy every I 37 5 Park.t.. 11'. New York, N.J.

has been visiting for. couple of of Mr. and Mrs Fred Jenkins Tuesday the year members were asked tJ I

weeks Miss Evelyn Dyess is recuperating business underwrite this budget with pledge 1
evening for a aDd social
I' rapidly from a recent meeting. of $85.OC per week. The group I
came within a very few dollars of
operatM performed in a hospital
At the business meeting Rupert
pledging this amount and th!
;:;; there Ball was elected president and Mar Treat Your FamilyPARKINSON
t"j. "' church school offerings are expected -
lon Vowell. secretary-treasurer It
'f'.n.. L. M Lilly.: Mrs J. SWOltBgsmm. was decided to hold a social meeting to more than make up the dif

- '; Mrs J. C. Swindall and on the third Tuesday night of ference.

: Mack Greene were in Miami Tuesday -. each month The next meeting win More than a hundred were served TO ONE: OF OIK

" to furniture for the Baptist including the ladles who cooked -I
buy be at the home of Mr. aDd Mrs M.
psseorium which to to be occupied C. Vowell. and served the meals. during the SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS

soon by Rev. and Mrs. John After the business meeting the two-day period I

Moore.. Mrs Wtllingham remained group played games on the lawn on TO .\ DKunois .MKILT ANY TIME WKIM

in Miami on business after which cold drinks, sandwiches Dinner On Grounds At TIn Wll.K

, es, cream and cookies were sewed -
Among those from Moore Haven I to the following: Joy '..lDmen.i Bare Beach ChurchThe HUH 1TK.M OF FOOD IXIH\'Wl'\U.\ 1MUCF.D

: attending the LSU-Miami game lathe i Phyllis and Nelda Howdesheil. Annie
;: Orange Bowl Friday night, Pearl Bryant. Florence Dupree. R Alexander Linn of Miami
it Mr. and Mrs Vernon Bales Vowt>!I. q
were Dorothy Clayton. will speak at a twelve o'clock
t- Mr. and Mrs Bill Peoples Mr. and Rupert and Brewton Ball Tommy noon worship service at Big Bear GLADES

r"{. Mrs Ward Koh: 'rtMr and Mrs Bryant: James Woodward Kenneth Beach Chapel.! akeport on the

i. Ralph Wood, Mi and1 1 r- Hay! I). I Ftishop. Idral Bowen, Robert Dui coming; :unday.. ov.4 Follow- W c. \RABEE: tI -

. (,antt KIm:" \ \lnt.I\1 \k tiul J K<.\ I >ret- and Mr. aDd Mrs. Jenkins. ing the church service there will

1.und\ be a cooperative dinner at the I :
,\.n.T ('1.\*- 0+' U\I'TI+T chapel.

>. a. II.V> 31111T1.ldult : Rev Una has been assoriatul 1

1 with the chapel for many years and
i'' ., Class of the Baptist his many friends in the area will

.' : d.i: School held a meeting Moa welcome this opportunity to heard CAN'T SAY ABOUT PROSPERITY BUT

night at the home of Mr an him again.11 are cordially invited .

: !"I.. Yates on Baker High. attend the senitfSchool s
'1:1't this meeting Mrs Lyle to Christmas Is Just Around The Corner

I \\ ,u k was elected secretary-' ---

-... Mirer of the class. LunchroomGets i MIOI .NOWIIILK UK IK HAVE MMK: CHOICE ITKMs TOOIT'E1

following\ the business and social Federal Aid :. PltKSKNTs 1'01'ln: ,' MKMRKIl 01TilE FAMILY
i meeting refreshments of fruitcake
' Sun. & :\un. N. v 24-5:; I with shipped cream and hot chocolate -
r. The school lunchroom hm h.i I For tin**' roM tlas ah..ad"(' lease every variety of electric
j were served by the hostess to:
: C.lKKs INitLCI" heaters frowi the bowl t to cirmUUor two-burner
w TIIIIKK: LITTLE obtained non.toad assistant 'fomfederal )114" some
I Mr. and
)lr. aDd Mrs. Womack fund in the amount <>< Florence kc _ne heaters 124.9.! >. Perfection Mirk-tjfr, round
Mrs. L. M un,. Mr. and Mrs. Fred heaters, $>*..:;1 And X16.95.
$CC8.50 to match counts school
Jane Ha\'t r-\'Ivlan Blame Jenkins and Mrs J. C. Swindall In furnifurc loimOD"
a"al" our department we have some of the nir *t !
funds for the purchase o
..' vita lack from )WrJ>--.<> to $e-)7.SA.
PO1.LV I'I4 T.IIIL ('!.l'R in refrigerator and an eleotruoven
('osbldrtc shxl of swewter comfort
thi wee!k : fr Jour
it announced
,-- Nov 227 was
Tue & Wed, Mrs. Margaret Farnam. ( .-un'} Plenty of roaMrrt (Mlontlnuiii and enamel) f.r that Tluuik"pi log
: by
We wish to thank Mrs. Yaaa foi
( ".\LOMJ c..UnJ()\.:.-." superintendent or 'hri"t.- (turkey.
for our clubhouse
lending us a room
; .. Hntitrm end Hmam nerd the little roniftitrt CI Coleman gas
Young This week the Polly Pigtail 1 i Application for this
Gary Cooper-Loretta "e stole, RIO.fHK an lw" carried in the pocket.
mad\ several week ano
girls had a fine time Initiating oui
= Cartoon
local Mhool I being ellgibh beau e
t; new member Sandra Fleming.: Th

.W. I meeting was. held at the home 01 f l r of its t\_< !II.,) n' state rating '

Pi',. *: Sat.. Nov t -30TIIK Gloria C.... Hot cocoa and gingerbread -- --

.' I were served by Mrs. Cason Fort Myers Layman
: R011'IRI'Wallace
-- TilE (5)MI'LITE: : STOIti:
Berry-Ceo Raft I The United State Navy added70.000.eO I To Fill Pulpit At

horsepower to its fled ChurchA. Moore Haven ClewistonIrRIDAY
Baptist -
'' AIDER' No 3 I daring World War U. sisal to tIN J
VNV.LK total horsepower *l .*e attire United

States tfcht ail Parser ........,. C. McDonald owner. and man




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JJl/w2 tBlUul 'i11.kL Gem of Thought

The visitor to a provincial town '

topped by a group of three men ;'A : n HE that does good for geef*

and asked the way to the public seeks neither praisenor

library. reward, but he is sure of

"You want to go to the public both in the end.-Wiffiam Pean.

library?" asked the first man. E SCR IQ No man is such a conqueror
you turn down the next .
Balaased by: Western Newspaper Union. as the man who has defeated
turning on the right and-
Alan About Totem Released by western Newspaper Union. himself. Henry Ward Beecher.
"Oh no, you don't1'! interruptedthe By VIRGINIA VALEWHEN

second man. "You take the Russian delegates art privately MANAGEMENT SEEKS LOWEST Joan Edwards' first You ?an never see the sunrise
that if the veto of the
second turning on the righte'Don't -" stating power POSSIBLE SELLING PRICE by looking into the WNt.
"Hit Parade of
Big 4 is cancelled. Russia will take ,
I Recently it to
be daft! said the third was my privilege "
fellow. "If you keep straight on it on the lam for home. It Will sit in on a business conference. I 1947, Is released she'll make lie roles is Iel .. pretest dilly

this road for three blocks, you'll be denied but the British foreign ; was not a participant only a visit- only one personal appearancein brooks ehreil u the bee, sad

find it's right in front of you." office is using heavy pressure ing observer. In years past I have connection with it. She plansto Mttt find At /pawl MsWft fe mar Mrs
(politically) on American delegates : at the far ***** CI CHM.
At that moment a policeman appeared sat in, as an observer, on other appear gratis neigh- *

"Here, you," he said -to play ball with British policyor :' business conferences representing borhood theater in Washington Chaff is usually at the top and

brusquely, "move along there; else. Those who have suffered several lines of endeavor.At Heights, New York City, where she grain at the bottom. Go down

you're obstructing the entrance to I from Bilbo's cussedness will this recent conference some 50 attended movies during her child deeper.ew .
the public library!" be overjoyed to learn that he is in well trained and qualified execu- hood days. She had already made

agony. Can't, we hear, ever again I tives discussed the problems chang up her mind to break into snow

filibuster. Might kill him if he tries ,. ing conditions had forced upon the business; as she sings so delightfully -

Can hardly whisper too, without Industry they represented. Their "It Comes Naturally," what \ Guinea's $20 Stamp

Classified DepartmentBUSINESS something like a stiletto cutting his ,. discussions centered entirely on bow with her being the niece of the famous -

throat. A guy on the coast who .: that industry could continue to sat- Gus Edwards. And being Has Highest; Faee Valve

8 INVEST.: OFPOR. does a column called "Pikes Peek"is isfactorily serve the customers; Joan, she'll give one of the best per The postage stamp with the

COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SHOP. body threatening to sue Earl Wilsonfor bow to provide the service to which formances of her life in that little highest face value today it New'

fender, paint shop radiator shop and uaeJcar titling his comical book that the customer was accustomed with- theater-and perhaps inspire so ,e Guinea's S20 air mail stamp the

year business lease Will Rej-enable inventory rent.SoSOOO Eleven Will way. That's what comes from writ- out an increase in prices to meet other youngster to work as she has first issue of which was brought
pay lor same In 2 >rs. Will sell for S50.000.OOR ing books. And why write to win success. out in 1938 to handle the heavy
tad Art St. Blrmracham Ala. increasing costs. was enlighteningto
Ttlepbsse (H.mt .-:309,5. office 7-SW4). books? They invariably show up ic: realize the thought that is given --.- parcel post shipments of fold by

-- --- Broadway drug store windows (on by business to the customer's, the Though Burl Ives was never chosen plane from mines in the Ones:

CLOTHING, FURS, _ETC. sale for 19c) a few months later. A public's interest. as the boy most likely to succeed Stanley mountains that an inaccessible -

Fall Deial-Army Clothes. Women Garssents. certain syndicate is letting column- at the Eastern Illinois State by other means of transport -

Nor. Men now's Over f'a..r'COTS,.DraperIes.Dyers4i.a.erssleet Writer raiders take all they want for their That discussion did not cover Teachers College, he certainly was

ISe Jill >. Charlti SI. Blttm.re. alleged books. Then, next year, the ways and means of making the most famous member of his
- - demand an accounting and royalties greater profits for the industry class when he altered its reunion.

_FARMS AND RANCHES from their publishers at $1 per It considered only ways and You needn't study long Bats of

19C > means of adequately serving the gift suggestions nor devote long
ACRES LAND 4 :x miles north of Griffin. copy.
.eUin In .,and 4 tenantyhaue: Suitable EiKtttresxnd fora customer without, if possible, hard hours Christmas shopping for

toed: stock farm. sa,.. raising prices, and at the friends who enjoy the pleasure aft
T. ELK MGnffip.. Ga. New York Novelette: She had same time providing needed igarette or pipe y ** e. Nat at
-. -- -- -
FOR sALE been his woman for years. funds with which to recom- 11! Now you can get two great
LARGE AND SMALL PRODUCTIVE 1 She had him well-trained, too.
FAJMS WITH CONSIDERABLE T1MBEfi. pense those who had suppliedthe I ift items that are sure to pleasetie
FRUIT TREES AND PASTURES Frixaraple: If she felt he plants and tools necessaryto most discriminating smoker.
was neglecting her (not phoningor operation of the industry. Its 1 or the friend who prefers mOd,
LARGE TRACT TIMBER LANDS seeing her often enough), she
Write me the type sue and price of farm purpose was to find possible mellow, fresh cigarettes, select a
yea desire to locate. or for appointment got Immediate action with her economies that could be effected carton of Camels, a national
M uwoticate the "system. She'd dial his And for the
_SMDEK III".a*. Garth without any depreciation in favorite. pipe-smoker,
---- -- number wait for the phone toring
quality of product. If a price wisely choose a pound tin of the

--1 WANTED-MEN; once then hang up. bad to be raised if the indus- world's largest-selling pipe tobac

8AL&.&:.*t.N-C.alend..r ..nu Specialty men.Exchisne 1 Thus saving her pride by not try was to keep going, it was co. Prince Albert. Both Came
local temU>'. Simplified bookkeeping "actually calling him." not the maximum the customer end Prince Albert come in handsome *
forms are in dvmuod b)' mod smallb.a.eess He knew what the One Ring dress. No other gift
I fi-ms. Our s)stem is inexpensive, would pay that was considered,
--mve....... and Federal easy to keep Income including Tax service.an to- meant, and he would call but the minimum that would wrapping or decorations are acc'

y work part or full tune Commission above right back. This system cover the increasing costs that essary-Camels and Prince Albertare
average. P. O. BOX 4154. AiUaU Z, Ga. however her See them
was undoing. could not be met economies. "ready to give on
---- ---- by
When she started twotiminghim BURL IVES display at your dealers.-Adv.
HELP WA."liTED-31E.'J,. WOMEN some of his pals beard During three days, and long eve-

COLORED FAMILY for stock farm near about it but didn't want to sings, I watched and listened to Hailed as Americas mightiest
AUa.ta. Good house electricity tractor
R varrated. High waxes. Write Sax J. dogLdward wound him by informing him American business technocracy at ballad singer.. Burl has starred on How Sluggish Folks

-Are.--,-FitUbirta--1*.'1'a. directly. Soooooo one 2 work. That session provided but a Broadway, has been featured 20th

a. m., one of them dialed his sample of what has made Americathe I Century-Fox's "Smoky," and now he Get Relief

MISCELLANEOUSFIREWORKS, number-let it ring once-and production wonder of the world.It has his own radio program, heard Hap y ,

hang up. Our Hero immediately was a sample of what has made I Friday evenings over Mutual.
MERCHANTS. write for price list on Breorks. -
ptatols and caas Immediately.Supnly > phoned her. .A man's possible a far higher wage stand- I

I GENERAL TRADING Limited COM. FAN i 1 I verce answered. And Thatas ard than is enjoyed in any other "Mrs. Hudson," Holmes' housekeeper ''

', l>..vtll., Vm.t ( Confucius used to say) Was nation; a better quality of productat in "The New Adventures of !

t rasae t { That a lower cost in practically all I Sherlock Holmes" over NBC, is being
I YOt;R S or 8 exposure fitm beaulifetUy developed cases than can be found in other
and printed Onl yak each ... nations. I portrayed by an English actress
You'll bite the brilliant and Quick I
quality Marjorie Bennett. Mary Gordon
I return to *ou !i, A new&mag's boom for Conant oi I
PALM PHOTOS_ Bex 1411 Tampa, Fla. Harvard (as the ideal Republican- How much further that business who played "Mrs. Hudson" for the

Amulet Babble Blswiaf Nsurlty. Nothing dilate) has brought many favor technocracy can carry us past several years both on the air
like it before. Scented liquid makes many able replies. In China Patrick Is a question. Labor and the cus- and screen is now in Scotland mak-
beautifully colored tone lasting bubbles.
I+aney box 2 bottles wands 50c inr *TimMStAFOAM : Hurley is supposed to have told tomer, the public, have been the ing a picture, "Bonnie Prince Char-
Bex SIS, CharUtte. >. C. beneficiaries. As I listened to lie." Incidentally, many people believe
------- Stilwell: "You have four stars andI WHEN CONSTIPATION nukes yea feel
"ZIRCONS again.,,ulable Jewelry catalog have only two, but when I get the discussions of that confer- that Holmes actually lived; not punk u the dickens,brings on stomach
free. Expert watch repairing one week someone sent a calabash upset, soar taste, JUlY discomfort,
back ence I could see no possibilityof long ago
Satis guaranteed Blsehssnet Jeweler. to Washington it will be either take Dr. CtldwelTa ftmons median
-Lxckasie: ,-Z4W -Carter .t I. M.rIlL, Tex. you or me!" Stilwell returned a new economies, or of im- pipe to Nigel Bruce, who's "Dr. Watson to quick pull the tngcer on lazy "*in-

West,,. dead Mx4<-Tooled Wallets. 39. broken man and so was his heart. proved methods to offset new ," declaring that it's one Holmes Bird*", and help yon fed bright and

Ci Carved, S3,96.Belts Unborn, S7.50;Calf Sterling Purse saddle S30. Hand Tie Insiders hear that rent controls demands for higher wages, or smoked many times when he livedat duppersgun.PR. .

Carved '?.SO.Dealers write.Krsees win be scuttled by the new prevent an increase in pricesfor 221 Baker Street .CALDWOrs iithe wonderful Mans -
KresUve Kraft, B.x 4J. La. Crsees. N. JII.. --+-- Uutnre contained in foot old Sjrup
congress, whether it is Repub or a product. There must be a Pepoa to make it so easy to tske.

PERSONAL Dem. Whisky interests on De- limit, and, insofar as that industry William Gargan, the screen star, MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prrpsra-
cember 1 will up the price on is concerned, it seemedto Is winning new laurels as bard-hit dons in precnptions to make the msdt- .
CtBSelect part Folder Xmas-New leaf's; straight Bourbon $22 to $25 more me that limit had been ting Russ Dolan, the private investigator mini more palatable and agreeable to

JAS. A. DASHER Valdmia, G..r.... nor case Raises on others have not reached.I on "I Deal in Crime" over tained take. So m Syrup be inn Pepsin.you UUHTO u con

ieen decided yet. thought it might have been well ABC Saturday nights. But he isn't INSIST ON DR.CAUrWEU/S-tbe fa-
:;ould there have sat in on that con- neglecting his screen career; "Till vonte of millions for 50 rears,and fed
EVERGREENS, towering shrubs, fruit the End of Time" is his latest. that wholesome relief from eonsopabon. -
trees delivered postpaid 3 Efcerta peach ference, as I did, a number of the Eves finicky children late it.
tteei. 1H feet. SI 00 postpaid 3 Wisest B'way Wiscguy: We know a labor leaders who are demanding --:+--
apple trees 4, feet whips. SI.6O TTrM. kid whose mother thinks he'll CAUTIONS UM only u directed.
3 Concord crape tines 2 year vines SI.00 higher and ever higher wages for Rumors certainly were flying
postpaid 3 Spirea Van Houttei lVi-2 fret become president but his father labor. It would have been well for when Fred Allen nosed Bob Hope .
f 1.00 postpaid. Write for price list HhisCrated DLCMMIL'SSESSA
in natural colnr*. hopes he'll amount to some- such labor leaders to observe the efforts 'out of first place in those popularity
business executives make to ratings. The latest Hooperating

-U.-: S.-: BOOids preserve the jobs of labor and main- looks familiar, with Fibber McGee LAXATIVE

Savings scandal bigger than the Gars tain the American standard of liv- and Molly in first place followed in COtnAIMID

son case is brewing. Somebody tooka ing without any decrease in quality order by the Charlie McCarthy SYRUP PEPSIN

powder after a big pey-oifola was or increase in price for the cus- show. Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and

St.Joseph made. An air-puri6er is to hit tomer, the public. Fred Allen. Jack Benny's ninth

ASPIRIN the market soon. It should make To that Amos 'n' Andy thirteenth. Which ,
me session represented '
fight arenas and night spots breath- doesn't mean that a lot of us don t ;
.oIUI' URSUI SEUEI AI Iii American free enterprise at its best.
able. The Tass Allen. :
-, -- agency (the It should be preserved. still prefer "
Russians) and a Chicago gazette's -'t -
Starts Relief in 6 Seconds offices at Lake Success are the only e Adolph Menjou gets a fine break\ WREN COLDS STRIKE

from AH 6 usual .1 f ; press staffs with locks on then SLOW PACE OF PRODUCTION playing the title role in Columbia

: doors Pat O'Brien, the star CLAMED .N MAN HOUR RATE film version of radio's "Mr, District Modem Way Brings Grand Comfort

C l l M\Sefl tells chums "no more producing." Incentive pay, except as it maya Attorney." The cast includes Marguerite When discomfort of eolds make ch3ctren -

Learned his lesson with "Crackup." ? earned by time and a half overtime Chapman, Dennis O'K'fe: feel so miserable, many young

t" t COLD' '' ..'e When the chaplain at Lake- is frowned upon by organ Michael O'Sbea and George Cou- aiotben now rub on PENETRO for
.. joick-cfcnt relief...M data and wfaite,
ized labor Leaders of labor
f TAIUTS 01 hurst naval propose and Sam Bischoff is produc-
station (he's a red-hot buns, so pleasant to we-cod 80 effective
Cavftanc Tale wily a d & southpaw hurler) joined the officers' to keep man hour production keyed ing. PENBTRO'S modem-type. Dedicated
to the speed of the slowest worker rtlfaft to soothe hritatedupper
papa sacs
--- bowling team there, they promptly --+--
WNU 14 47-46 the They object to any n.ethod that would Ii. books bronchial tabes clear the head
changed : Sherman
_ name of the team from I When Dryer relieve sore throat,help quiet coughing r
"Barflies" to result in odious comparisons. Human stars for his sci thehoJriapproved
"Hoiy-RoUers. important guest PENETRO GIVES YOU
Since the N Y. recreation committee nature, bemg whit it is, it is ence-drama series, "Exploring the mutton nut feature;and sti-

Kidneys Must closed, they report that it is much easier to slow down the swift Unknown," Sundays on Mutual, he's mUSe mediation robs m to help breakup j:
P- local
worker than to the speedof congestion and relieve maacularsoreoeaioicolda. -
11 Work Well- "impossible to get theater seats for increase responsible for the appearance of PENETRO tew*
vets." Vets well enough to leave the slow one. Until a remedy can. many famous people in the audience ees vortuif for boon,eooooiagee restful

Well nospital beds for relaxation. Show, be found for that condition. America's Kay Francis brought Grace sleep. Modern mothers everj wben are
To Feel
For Yon cbsnguig to deaD wbite.
industrial badly as
r.en oughta be ashamed! Moore, the opera star and Elsa
T d
Z4 boars 'W rrwy
VMS, so e pins kxtMTS shemt. we need an increase, will remain Maxwell along when she appeared.And PEHETRQSRUBMI
mallet from the Uaod.K on a man hour basis where it is.or on one week's session Pat
more people were aware bow tbs Quotation Marksmanship: G. drop to new low levels. A way
kidneys mast constantly ramors O'Brien was accompanied by \\ !-
plus fluid tsar sods and etfcsr = De Maupassant: She wept likea must be found to compensate the liam O'Dwjer the mayor of New
Is the blood
matter without that Injury resent U beslti.nut there. would gutter on a rainy day. man capable of greater production York. W/uJSu/ftA-
I be better .ndatacdin 1 of .1y **. Sinclair Lewis: A smile like an if the nation, and the world is to -
.hot*system Is.7>**t. vbaa kidneys tan airy pat on the arm. J. K. benefit <.:om his ability. Profit shar- S .:ni ttiti in run w
to fauctioai properly.Eorniac. Henry Morgan, ABC's mad ;"'J"P
.scanty or toe tnqveat. Jerome: Idleness and kisses, ing, based on the individual's production RHEUMATISMNCURITISLUMBAGO .
x tfoa sometimes. wsrss suffer that asgtlcg somethteffa bed . O. Wilde: Women are might be permitted and do ist, complained so much on the a Yes
wroa, may
about not having a place to live tt..t+
seta ....dada.. d1 iD-. rlleV.made meant to be loved, not to be the needed job.
; Ritual tip at .IClata. .ntq. understood. the National Housing Author ? :
PEUL Pearl Too eS L. Montgomery S eSTATE
be"sang yso. mrdSdae try Dose reoniMn ersr.Dean's stimulate the(IID transcriptions for coentry-v.i distribution
tion of the kidneys art kelp than I.imb just the portion that ; America as it did in Germany and to radio stations
eat poieoa oar wsste from the comes through the filter of his g
it in Russia
and as does ,
They eaettla nothtnc bsrsifsLcit i Italy, -.-
Don', toda,. Vm wit*eo fld- I prejudice. II. Yonngman: make government the master of ; Maiw'ell AMA '
Marilyn : i'f"-
at all drug was an old maid, waiting
the -
of ciuzee.
for rather than the servant and featured songstress of tv: e A UrS sWtfleil a rrne'1L-tm.l Sta.
someone to happen. The regimentation we had during twin m mi u tauin
James I II bott and CosteUo 8r: sHow, .i' ,
DOAN'SPILIS I Wbitcomb Riley: Good and some since, the war, was 8 U UM Hit CHI1.n IU M nwlcl st st
ideas are great warriors. but a taste of what we would get songs as a tilde HH ti,he. ntiimau i. min




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GLADES COUNTY meat Maybe Lewis will be jailed this writing there has been no ac any length of time you automatically nor can you mine It ,with 'sharpwords

for contempt-most of the peopleof ceptance. shut down the steel industry court orders or an Aft.'-of --1';;

DEMOCRAT the nation fervently hope BO- Anyone Interested In 'Writing let- the railroads utilities,: Congress so long as a minority

MOORE HAVE FLORIDA but his influence over the miners ters in this regard is asked to ad- mills and factories, for Industry I group as powerful as "orgaBledk-

who follow him like so many sheep, dress letters to Mr. Bailey at Box cannot operate without fuel or I bor is more loyal to leadership ,

Entered as .econd- lau matter. May already close to the brink of the :1:, Belle Glade. materials with which to produce than to its nation's PresidentAll .

a Haven, 1J27 Florida at the Pottofflce under the at Act Moore of precipice, will continue One miner Complete details are lacking but and keep men employed.Court I this screaming at John Lewis -'
in Alabama we believe, said Mr. Bailey has stated that there is "
Ccnrreaa of March I. 187.PnblUhrd action is not verysatisfac- rather limy considering the '"1-
that if Lewis were jailed the coal no particular interest, so far as his him Ms club and
tory in an emergency and even if fact that we,gave
miners would march on Washington group is concerned, in which company heads off when
Every Friday By the government were so foolish as BOW we howl oar
TilE GLADES C, I.e. in a revolution. Such a thing builds the railroad simply it. is
to throw Mr. Lewis ia jail they he attempts use John -
would hardly come to but if it that one Is built. Probably the
CARR SETTLE. PablUbrr pass would simply be locking the barn smart and John is shrewd. He {;
should we doa't believe President Clewiston area would favor the At- '
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door after the bone had beea stolen. sees a chance to take ever American }
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Truman would have to set up draft lantic Coast Line. ;
All this would accomplish would be labor aad to hell with Mr. ;
Sabccrlptloa Raters
O.* Tear ____ s zee I machinery to. raise an army to meet tomake Mr. Lewis a martyr and Green and Mr. Murray. The only "i.;

SU M..t" ___ sl3IJEANDERINGS .: them. I Florida League Of cause the uniting of all labor thing he has to consider is the 'wy
This is one battle the governmentmust groups behind him. loyalty of his mine workers and ::;
win and there can be no Municipalities To Be be- '0: ;
I So we find ourselves with the from the way they are standing ': ]

compromise Held In Miami President of the United States on hind him that is no worry at all. :;-J"If

one hand representing 142.0d9.000 John Lewia can win this fight r

Members of the Florida Press Americans, sad John Lewis representing he knows he will be the King Pin ...i-
Carr Settle Association will begin their fall MIAMI BEACH So*. 20 -(FNS) fO.,... coal miners ban>> of America Labor and he considers "-
By convention Miami tonight lasting -The program for the annual convention .
at the other with a reserve of approximately the game well worth the '
through Saturday and we are of the Florida League of 15.9tv.0ve organized candle. George White Tampa -1'- .

Thanksgiving Morning. planning to be present for what Municipalities. to be held here November workers pledged by their leadersto Morning Tribune cartoonist hit the -...
%4-%& was announced this :
That we have innumerable things appears from the preliminary programs support Um tf a showdown nail squarely on the head with his [
to be the outstanding meet- week by president E. L. Cole of St. ..
fw which to be thankful goes without comes. I cartoon where he pictured Uncle
hope ing df all time. The Association Petersburg. Sam crucified on a miner's pick :-f.i;
saying and on this day we Of course the Chief Executivehas
has gone all out to provide a really Highlighting the meeting. Cole t.
sveryoae will fervent thank to his an Army and a :Navy, a Congress with John Lewis standing to one :
forget worthwhile program for the mem- announced would be aa address by I side saying, "Let's see ya get off '
Creator for the blessings and and the Courts, but unless you wantto
which bers tomorrow and Miami, "The l\ S. Senator Sneasard Holland and !"
for a time those things start a civil war you cannot use of that
Gorgeous Hussy" is taking Hatton V. Summers member of '
have come and always come which will them with any degree of success It looks like we were really in -,;:
Saturday morning. That day )congress from Texas.
would be difficult to clan as thingsfor and Mr. Lewis knows this. You for a "Merry Christmas" IDda ii-
start with breakfast at the Mc- Clarence $. Ridley of Chicago
which to be thankful.We cannot mine coal with bayonets "Scrappy New Year."x,
Fadden-Deauville with Bernarr. director of the International City
that F1
can be thankful today
himself as host. It will end witha Manager's Association, will meet L _ . .
the weather is such as would be .
.. - .. ... ..
dinner given by Eastern Air Lines with the City Manager group. At- ; ;-;.;.;K.:wKKKKKKMH-H-K"Kw"X..KK difficult to improve upon anywhere -
with Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker as torney General J. Tom Watson will X: t .
at anytime. Seldom, if ever i -
far host Can you blame us for dodg meet with the city attorney group :: -ti;
have we been allowed to go so t
little ing a week-end of work to attend. and city auditors, clerks, tax collecting ANNOUNCEMENT -
into the fall without a taste
and assessing officials will y
-- "' .
of cool weather usually a little y =
totted frost sometime during };o- Espenlaub InauguratesNew be addressed by State Auditor :;: I }
Bryan Willis and Ray E. Dttgan. !
vember. We'll keep our fingers W H. CLARK
: Ill.
crossed. Service Here chairman of the league's reallocation ; _.
and aid for cities committee.
We can be thankful that the second v :c '.-_
City officials from all over the
I world conflict has been ended (Clewiston News) I i
state will be in attendance aadSeretary :: t ;
long enough that it can be relegated :| OUR WATCH REPAIRMAN -
t G. L. Espenlaub, who for many E. P. Owen of the league
.. t
to our list of unpleasant memories t
years operated EspenlauVs Machine t
one of the best attendmeetings ,
and while being thankful) :Shop; here and whose knowledge of''' in the organisation's his ij (s now back on the job after several weeks

for the end of this strife pray the Everglades is well known, is tory. + I -

fervently that the nations will be inaugurating a new service that ::f of illness. : ;

aWe to settle their differences should appeal to all winter visitors 4:i: ,.
diplomatically and avert a third and residents who would like to t

such vi.ar--one which could easily see some of the mysteries of the IVatch Repairing-Plating (Sterling and t :

I mean toe end of our civilization. .Glades at close hand. I Too Late To Classify _

We can be thankful for bountiful I Using a special vehicle, known I l Gold) t '

crops and an abundance of food and 188 a swamp buggy Mr. Espenlaubwill Ry RUSSELL KAY .
that we. here In the 'glades, can act as guide for parties Interested t

very easily provide for our own in hunting, exploring or' :-:..'+(-:..: I Ring Sizing-Engraving i
>3 necessities if the prices get too high sightseeing.The t

for us to buy. sightseeing tours will include While Florida like all of the

1 And we can be thankful for visits to a Seminole Indian nation would feel the effects of a: i ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1-1

friends and for the freedoms we village to see them in their natural prolonged coal strike in the cur
; enjoy in our nation, not the least tailment industrial .
habitat and their primitive waysof and agricultural
of which is the freedom to wor- living prehistoric sites of the activity, she Is in a more

ship God and to be thankful to Him mound builders, air and ground fortunate position than most other The Serainole S Store

for the blessings: which. we, this day trips over Florida's amazing Ever- states, and Floridians as individuals Jewelry t to

enjoy. glades and the dense jungles of the will suffer lees than the people" I

Big Cypress Swamp. of any other section.At .

Marring to a considerable extent least Florida will eat and Clewiston :-: :-: :-: Florida
the joys of this Thanksgiving is the Rail Line Into Florida will keep warm for our

knowledge that the boas of the United natural resources In fruit, vegetables .

Mine Workers, John Lewis Is Port EvergladesTo cattle hogs, poultry, fish.. : :-..-.............-......-..........-.............-......-......-..-..-.............:.-. .-..-:<-..-......-.........-......-..................."-...............):.'. -:.
still at liberty after his open defiance an abundance of sunshine and, if
of the United States govern- Be AskedA needed, ample fire wood should a 1

ment. Very little coal is being) cold spell strike, will care for our '
wined, stockpiles are running low I meeting I(Deeda.I :l
group Tuesday in Miami .
and despite drastic rat- Curtailment of
emergency transportation
is making hasty preparations I
t being industry has slowed to a. would hit as hardest as it would i
to prepare testimony for presentation -
1 walk and before long will be virtually limit the shipment of the largest
at the Interstate CommerceCommission r
at a standstill. Cold weather hearing on December fruit and vegetable crop on record, FLAMINGO
has come to many sections of and would reduce tourist travel on ,
4, asking a rail line extending from
the country dependent coal for the railroads
on the Belle Glade area to Port Everglades I although this los
heating and uatold human suffering would probably be more than offset '
thus giving aa outlet from
will result from the dictatorial by the arrival of greater numbers T
the farming area of the 'glades to
policies of the mine bow. who would drive South in then
a deep water port.C. I
The battle between the govern A. Bailey, of Belle Glade own cars to escape the discomfort:,! DAIRY I FEE J
ment and Lewis has been joined beading the committee which is of life in the colder and congest-

but it promises to be a long drawn seeking to get together this testimony areas. I _
out legal battle which meant that I has asked for a Clewiston While the picture fea't very plea.

G ; DO coal will be mined until settle (member on this committee, but at ant we can be assured that millions Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
will starve or freeze to death
tri throughout the nation before FlorIda -
t r Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
i } ever fe ls the pinch of genuine'

; JOHN H. MALOY hunger or frostbite.All .
111 JR.
would suffer of
Federal Tax Consultant "rU, course and many shortages would

i& INCOME; T.\\..>; rainier- develop because of the lack of WOBURN .
I *, Grine 1Lt4h"OCLtl. and Callle on Calf'luln Year transportation and commercial fuel CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

SFCIRITI- UlTIIIIOLIlINr Millions of workers, now gainfully) MOORE HAVEN FLORIDA .:;
;-t>TlMTKI) n.UI'Tlu\
t A>D OTIir.H FCDCIML TtXK.. employed would be thrown out of t!,
I work through no fault of their .---

1 Sebring Hotel Sebring, Fla. own or their employer and should
this happen they have only to thank
December 2nd
to December 1 14 the New Deal which teetered the & we

Res 31. \\- <>nt.'T corntr Fra-iKhr: h-Sahnnc. H l nd (Phom. 13"-"" governmental policies that broughton

Formerly Internal Revenue Officer this
1 Ten Years-Florida Territory I They can particularly thank their HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN 1

friend Senator Pepper who has

.- ,consistently fought every effort to 'D' MILKAnd :
curb labor and provide the nation

with protective legislation against -... .

the misuse of power by arrogant Other Alfar Products
labor leaders.As .

Fuel Oil Heaters a speedy this is settlement written of the out outlookfor prob- AVAILABLE AT YOUR. .-.

lem is far from encoaaging. Backing ;-
up John Lewis, ta* American -
THE HOST }xo omc.LXV: EFFICIENT: METHOD OF Federation of Labor and the Com- '

mittee for Industrie Organization, DRUG STORELFA _
through their spokesmen William '
Green and Phillip Murray! have :.:}
All Styles and Sizes . $39,95 up gone on record as ready to join

him in his fight in the event thegovernment :
j attempts to deal with
Hadio-l'honogr811h 'omblnation-Elf'ftrk Irons him through legal or other meavs. .. ,;

f t Ready for Delivery NOW But John doesn't need their as- 'Z;
surance or their help. He is sitting -

pretty. All John has to do is y
IL MARKETTE RADIO & APPLIANCE sit tight and millions of CIO and Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

I SALES AFL workers will find themselvesout West Palm Beach Fla.PAGE
of work without the necessityof I .

striking in his behalf. When rI I

you shut dawn the eeal mimes for

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H<<>DO p 0< '<-w<"fr C C<<.<-<"0<"C< co*"ace c c C C Get GC a I GC a oc C u a w 1 Four-\V Rail Fight McRae Walling The school is sponsored by the stets,
ay I
iaearaore department
: Takes ShapeA !New Patrolman Speakers addressing the class to-, 1

II -1 1I eluded C. R. DurdeB. Atlanta; AntoBwMfe -

PERSONAL and SOCIETYMrs. battle among four railroads For Hendry County I Underwriters Detective.Bureau. .
I R. W. Flack FBI laboratory -.
, #, was shapine up in West Palm BeachMoaday.
Dr. RIchard
drrisfcm -
Hendry County News)
It is being fought over I
D. Sfcesasaetr, investigator eof'
: -- ; rival plane of the Florida East McRae Walling who comes from
-.JJ..LJLJL"_ "- .- . "_ _"JLIL.A.rv-v-....,.,.._.44.A.._-'r{.{r4S_S Ffi+}+10i-......-.0 Coast and Atlantic Coast Line railways Milton. Fla. U the new state road Chicago and A. Bruce BtetaakS, Bee. \

Browaiat of Venus was : Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Gaatt wen to mate extensions tapping the patrolman for Hendry Couaty. He i Board York of rtpreseatlag Fire Underwriters.By the Null. \1 I
sacceeds: R. E. Bamrick who
Tisftor here Taeaday.urday. visitors Monday ia West Palag sew 1I.$ acre Everglades algal was
developmeBt of the OkeelaaU transferred to Jackass County with
Be.eb.Mr. scrapping ships not slated liar
I. Growers sad Processors Corpora- headquarters ia Mariaaaa.
Ds. I
M IMtasa wan a bsstsa.e4idlat the active Beet, the Navy hsslt
..n .. .. Palm Beeetk Sat- and Mrs. Jesse C. Waysus Uoa. Mr.Walling snaouaced Out laet.nabs teas than one peter of fiMit.
The county commiseioa staadiag would give driver's tests oa Thursdays '
and SOB Jack and family are visit- 0I'tPIaI.... Instead, Nee Navy
tag over the Thanksgiving holiday! pat Moaday. ea resolutions it previously from 2 to 4 p. m., and oa will preserve JoiN ships ,ta taaahuctrre
-.J. ii. .... e..IIIM Bales and Mrs with Mr. Wayaoan's brother. StaBWaJ'JUIL adopted indorsing the Saturdays from 10 to 11 a. au Mr. fleets for 29 years at as .
;-- FEC's told by a spokesman Walling is mating has home here
D. A. ma and Betty Jess ley plan, was proxinutely the ease e ..tIIr.'
.- lltiladttp ia Fort Myers. fen the Southern and Seaboard and plans to bring his taaaily. scrap valve.
Rev. and Urs. John A Moore arrived Air Line railways that those which means Mm. WalHag here

Mrs J. S. WUliathan and Mr. this week and Rev Moore wil! lines are "adverse'' to the ACL sometime ia the near faints.tA1101t We need fire protect;*** t* }s
Walter T is*las Ttetted ia ClewtatorTuesday. assume the pastorate of the Ba?"(plan.
Tide green woods for caavtaa q.
tiat Church with services oa Sua" Outside the meeting. C. F. Lana JIOI.I4lJ S\
day. of Jacksonville, executive genera 1(011INTO NEW OP/PICKS recreational purposes.
.... ajMt .... G. E. Ethe ion an chfldvea of Gtewiston apse Soadaj AMM 2/c Harold MiseDe of the that both his line and the WASHINGTON Nov. .-(FXS)
i'' wits Mrs. B. ethertoa. U. S. Nary resumed his civfliai" Seaboard were intervening in sun-. Senator HoOaad has been busy
status the past weak with hit discharge port of the FEC The four line moving into kit new offices and

'} Mrs. P. fi. Leafy and .... W. at Jacksonville Naval Base: are expected to come to gripe visitors describe the tow room Mark R. Tennant

M L. Brnasv ware risftors Monday ta where he has been stationed totaornt verbally at an Interstate Coaunemrommissioa sake as a veritable museum. Taking lAttmttt
Fort Myles of Us time la service. hearing at the Pennsylvania with aim the souvenirs akknacks : -
Hotel in West Palm Bead I novelttea. photographs and Real Estate Broker

Mr, 0agpg* Starts retaraed SOB- Mrs. I. E. Scott drove to DeLantTaeaday I Dee 4. Both the ACL and PEC Other trinkets gathered during bis GLADES COrXTY LAND
.day tvusa a ajvak. halt with i" to brhsg back Miss Irea t have applications before the ICC. tour years as Governor of Florida,
dagh4r Ie MIsaN.Mr. Scott aad Miss Wanda Toder wb I The reason for the two lines' support he has installed these ia his suite 607 Congress BMg. Miami, FU

are. stadcAta at Stetaoa University", of the FBC is that they arc, and persons having to wait for aninterview
... lira. 'J... WoaAwaHwere I to apead the Taaafcagtviag holiday I for "an independent railway." H, with the Senator will find
r and i4ariY visitors ia Mi. at Mae. declined to elaborate plenty to interest them ia the way

al ? U' of photographs and oddities. --------
.es/q. County commissioners voting ------- -
Richard Braaaaa retaraed how! reaffirm their PEC: resolution Monday OB the Senators desk hi a Urge
... ad .... Carr Settle are attaatttasT .. 1M... .eM... with his darn. revealed they had held two, ft-han that was give a to him by I 1 FOR S.\LFr-One O. K. 76 Jeekas.q.
tt* fall sneettac of the charge from U. S. Nary ae 'vIce. Hi I recent closed sessions on the subject .. Harry Hector of Miami when he was I Outboard Motor. Boat and Trade',
State Mesa assaristinn ia httenl bas bees staUoaed at Great Ltd I and that representatives. of tat!, elected Goreraer. Re kept It oa" reasonable. See Clyde eeoa.r
Fla. Dfslt-Na..
all wesb'.... Naval fitttiaa Bear Chicago tor th! ACL. slated to meet them Monday., his desk IB TaOaaassee far tear: Moore BaTes

peat several .... failed to appear. yean and has BOW gotten heated' 4
_ Him. Wilier Jeakias sad aoaa *.t But they acknowledged receipt l It again ia Washington FOR S.UrPIlle O.-.r wT

Fort Hrsrs BMLB are a re for t Mrs, Fred A. Flinders ret ne
flak with her parents, Mr. aad Mrs bane Monday aight from Gaines. from property owners aat FIRE MARSHALS SCHOOL

J. & wlaas. TiBe where she had been spending their representatives ia Miami
s. a week with Mr. sad Mrs. Fret I Lake Worth. Fort Myers sad Everglades TAMPA, Nor. 20-(PSISl-Approximately -

Mrs. Isms FtaJey of Tipton lad. Flaaders Jr., and children Mr. communities favoing th! 30 deputy state fire
arrtred Friday aigat for a visit witl Flanders met her la Fort Myers.Mr. ACL extension. marshals attended the Second Annual -

her brotiMr, K. P. Ewing and Mrs. And CommissiOBer C. Y. Byrd, Deputy Fire Marshals School FLAME STA.tie" r"Seasts.Ls 4oottr
..... aDd Mrs. A. G. Hatchiasoi s who made the motion, asserted, here this week. A two-day eon rs.t *
ii and family returned Monday morning This hoard is most anxious to gel was conducted by J. Edwin Larson .,rasatrr r.r .

Staajay Waynaa aid Raymond from Nebraska City Nebr., a road law the Okeelaata area a state treasurer and Ore! marshal! A.rr ...Veer.rat. .
Matt* t Maad spent the weekMidIMM where they were called last wee)[ whether the FEC or ACL builds It.
I .............
std attested the Clewiston- by the serious Dins of his mother Ez-CoBfressnua j. Mark Wlleoi[ ,rwe. r.w
Haore Harea fame Friday night.Mteau who was somewhat improve II wrote from Miami in behalf of th e bat allY protest or ohjeetloo to the oat, r.

in health upon their departure. Okeelaata Growers and Processor I proposed work shomld be fled on '22* rL>t 0fl.PRODUCTS CO.] I
Jessie Rath Brannan. Mar- Corp., asking indorsement of th," or before December 2 ia the dis

tea Aae sad Waada Howdcsheil Florida P.-T. A. ACL plan. James Dew, farmer an sees TMtsts la Belle Glade SUD"J. developer seat a pro-ACL reeolu- sonville. S7G3 Park. Av*., W. New Tort. X'JL.
Congress Elects tioa by owners of 10.495 acres -the I I.
: Superior Land Co., Gerard RealtyCo.

' .Mr. Robert Heffaer aDd New President ., Gebhard Jaeger and Mrs.
bat.. _ateMrs.atbUBi spent severalwftkrMrs Lillian Jeffries.ladtaattet .
dapP tW...... tteftaer'sFred TALLAHASSEE. Nor. 2t were that the ICC BERRY FUNERAL HOME

tkdber. A. Flaadsrs. (FNS)-Concluding one of the most bearings wtil last several days.
successful annual convention ever Under previously reported plans
Mr. sM Mrs. Elwood Wise re- held by the organitattoa the Florida the FEC would extend lines about
tsraad aatarday noraiBg to their P.-T. A. Congress elected Mrs.J. 12 miles south and west from AMBULANCE SERVICED s

a base hi Akroa Ohio after saead-- I Floyd Griffin of Tampa presi- South Bay to the Okeelanta sugar\1 +
= BBC a few days with his parents deft to succeed Mrs. Walter Beck- development while the ACL would
Mr. aadt Mrs. P. E. .... man of Miami. run lines about IS miles south and ; PAHOKEE Ph. 2301, BELLE GLADE Ph. 247
Other officers named were :Mrs. east from a point near Lake Harbor -

Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCarty left Arthur G. iTey of JaeksoBTflle firstvicepresident I to the same destination. ---- --- ------
Miy far their home ia Edia- ; Mrs. Rob Roy i
hsrgb. IH., after a visit here with Meador of Clearwater. Ttee-presi-I!ACL Asks PermitTo I II'
Mrs. Mccarty's brother H. Ether- dent directing health program; |I

tea and Mrs. Ethertoa. Mrs.Jew. Mason. Miami secretaryand I' Reconstruct
:rr Mrs. E. 8. Sweeten, St. p<,:- Bridge PierThe Treat Your FamilyTO :
Cap John Brown and Capt. Rot -, enI 1IrC. treasurer.
here this: member of the I I I
.- Cata elf Sarasota are Speaking as a
.V week TMttag Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Governor's Florida Citizens Committee ] Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Caasidy sad enjoying the ttshiagtraai on Education. State Rep-' hu made application to the War ONE OF on
Otto's heap entative Richard H. Simpson'I Department for a permit to reconstruct -
stated that the commitse's report the southerly rest pier at SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS

Mr. aM Mrs. C. E. jeakims and and recommeadatloBs waid be the drawn of the company's'
ass. f.7tYi want the TMBkactr- made .... and that if the P.-T. A. bridge across the slsosbatcbee'; Ofc TO A llkl.K"10lIE.L AT AXY TIME MIRING

lag belies with his brather aad grow. favwred such a precrasn it Canal at Moore Baveau THE WEEK
alsui U MwJeiktaa. Mr sad M... Fred was ap to them to coatact their 'The exHtiag pier wffi be replaced I
Ii lots and ahn comtact aa active with a aew concrete pier supported KACH ITEM OF FOOD 1XDIV1DCALLY PKirED
campaign to acqualat the P.kItc oa timber piling and the axle of the!:
Miss Margaret Van De Velde returned with the needs of the schoolsfor pier at a right angle to the center HUNT (XFFEE IX TOWX
home Saturday from College" the legislature would adopt only line of the track would be about,

r5} Ga.. where she 1 atiendluc: South:: the kind of a program the people one foot southward frog the eor- GLADES CAFEW
Georgia ColUr- 1.. "ix-cd tleThanksgrvinc ] wanted. respoadlag axis of the existing pier

.. -.v. .. 'h h'rparf'nH. f Approximately 475 delegates- Construction work win require about
.. .. C FAR BEE
D" thirty ,
yr :.I : 'I" J.:1 unded the convention.
JI No pubttc bearing will be held
1. \od.! I

Candy Factory
a I$8,000
year. depending oa deliveries of
Nearing Completion equipment and supplies.

r-.KY, ; Nov.: 20-(
here tt aa Jt.tM
:% factory which P. H. BoHon. Crump & McLure Christmas Is Just Around The Corner

T? railroad official. It cosstract.SC -
which will be operated. by Eageee 9 A Swrvrjors
I( hIS son. WHlisai H. .......
Young Boltoa is ea r cute home 13 N. Ridgewood Dr. OFFER. PRKsEXTS POll KVET.Y: MEMBER OF THE FAMILY

San. a lice DE'SX. \. i-J: from Amy daty la the Panama SE 4R1G. FLA..adiiiiiusi .
: Canal Lose, and is .post.* to ar For tho- mid days a1sead we have wrry varMy of electric
IAM' .* ...... heater frnm the bowl tt"'. toirtu> U sonxTVrfertten two-burner
".\ .\ .n>> KING OF :>! rile next week to take *r -
opening tM teen business. ITerene l*..-n> heaters, lit2.r. wfkty', round
-r Irene Duon-Rex Harrison rations for ........-,' w s r) beatfTs. >8.V75 and $! lf'iAi.
NewsTues. aoth- In war f.rRif1Irt' departmriM we have one et the Jd'If'Iot Shamans
is 1
"Candv sofa bed, tress ftMe 'JO I. sArt: .
new in our (:.-.- said BeJtee. Yepepraiie Sore,
hasbees ('empite Mark e ta Pvvy
Maad this pdt
A Wed., Dec. S-4 planned for several years. PlattincKHOVR ty ., imm<'M (ata sin.M and eaanH. ) for fist Thouil.sriiing
sr4sLS turkey.
JOtitFVV"Glenn Wartfaa sWlealties Bad my -.
4ULLAVT plsa* pp-.JI 1 aent healers and fMmuxw geed the little camfnct fil Cairaun gas
Bsrvtes hare iilBfit earrill
Ford-Janet Blair Amy i0sr"The S 1 More. ?HUMt. (ids be carried i* the pocket.PARKINSON'S.

Cartoon building which will heuse the tee.km RMtmatesviaMS I I'I

tile usasti uctfoa .
plat is of hollow ''I '
3 Dee. 6-. with stucco finish sad trim of plate., r_-, IJaII
Frt. & Sat.
{ located ,
glass and glass brick. It. .

w ,.', "TWO FIMED:! TrING1It" oa i*. S. Highway It, OB tie Northwest O.atnMt..t ScvireS : THE COMPLETE STORE
Starrettr eatry to Perry. \
Cba-e= .
No deffcite taw has been set toi i Moore Haven Clevviston
start of prodactioa aaM ...... hat a:
Jt' ..L!: 'C.a1DEF" f.a 4 he hopes the first ..asss w. hssvattaase .

. feat afloat ts. 0Mt tIC tall l

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Corn Belt Fills Feed Lots ; Trustees9 Proposals Terms for United NatioN I

trusteeships over strategic territories
British Push Nationalization; or dependent peoples ran into

rough sailing at U. N. deliberationsat i The corners and crevices of your !I! The material in fibre rurs is ex

Hike Prices to Off f set Costs Lake Success, N. Y., with holding furniture sometimes need extra I cellent and durable for youngster'
powers reluctant to relinquishtheir attention. Use a small new paint rooms. Many makes have doable

.'.e p ,a' Wf.em New-rrl L'1'cn control. brush. Dip it in furniture polish, I life since they are reversible with
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Wbe. ept.bas are espreued I. lb..s e.l..... "e1 are these dWester The take-it-or-leave-it basis of the then give the corners and crevicesa pattern on both side*. When yw
'. ... .. ...... \ II
N..I'.cr "'aie. sews a.dtr.ts! us .eresar1Y nd. .n. proposals was pointed up by the real going-over. Makes a realty buy one of these rugs sec that it

_.., .. T.. '_,. ,"" .._!: ,. I Union of South Africa's determination thorough%dusting job. i has woven ends of fairly heavyweight
to annex or retain control of
for lasting wear.
tw -e- i
Southwest Africa in defiance of Soviet
..., ,. Russia's demand that the ter- When washing cellars and cuffs I
1' Dl shirts scrub lightly with a small Fainting a porch eetting; wMN
':. .---. V"" ;. ... ritory be placed under the U. N. brush. This quickly removes the will give added light t* an adjoining
K ",,> ., .... Citing article 77 of the U. N. char-
tail and time. room.
... >: saves
'" .Jf! :r./ ; ter. Union representatives said that -e-
,' trusteeships were to be instituted
. w" '- only through agreement with affected If you keep your dustpan waxed, Boil the clothesline mitreag trait
.r 1 parties. tt will always look clean and the water to keep it team fMtam it
-...,... I
With no territories of her own to just win slip from it more easily. winter.

aV surrender to U. N. control despite -------,-- -
--- -----
extensive land grabs in Europe in
World War II, Russia has holleredthe NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS

loudest for an effective trustee- I

ship ences system.between Compromising the services differ-and Novel/ Pofholders to Crochet

state department, President Tru-
I DM to M nu a tarte doaud -o*.
man submitted a proposal for nominal H crseat ooadiasaa. mesa dllk a
U. N. supervision over strategic T-qrtred to SOU* orfcn a ..w et has
Pacific islands with the U. S. main- aMt pupulir |.n finTt'obUte .
tU send isBaer
pattaB McfeNeeOecnft
taining absolute military control. te:

PANAMA CANAL: I I sewta( CInIe IM.M. .
I I %4 w. nfs1.1d ltileaea.;*-
Study AlterationWorking I i L elsae eau- tar ..aaaI .

_.. under a special congressional I"I
--- -- ------
grant, top meteorologists I Name
. L With heavy snow drifts preventing feed wagons from reaching and hydrodynamic, dredge and excavation -
marooned cattle on Colorado ranges, airplanes dropped hay to ani- engineers are busily en- Address
t mals. Picture shows feed being loaded In aircraft for mercy flight. gaged in studying the alteration of rr .Y I
the existing Panama canal or con- I-

CORN BELT: i power industries was planned for the struction of a new waterway to ac- II I Your Christmas shopping problem
current session. By going slowly, commodate heavier modern traffic is eased considerably M ran
Fatten Cattle \ the Laborites hope to transform essential and decrease vulnerability to 1. have smokers on your JW Select

With corn belt cattle feeders fillIng segments of the economy atomic warfare. a carton of mild cigarettes or a
their feedlots at a record rate, without disruptive effects and at the Erected at the turn of the century package of choice smoking tobacco
same time arrive at a fair and sound the canal's narrow channeland :or these
consumers can look forward to plen- friends-practical gifts
tiful supplies of prime beef by next financial agreement with private I locks are too small for the ;hey are sure to use and enjoy. If

spring and summer, the department owners. latest warships and merchant ves- you want to be assured your gifts
of agriculture declared. Purchasesof The Laborites also disclosed their sels. Water storage capacity of 1258 neet ready acceptance, choose
r beeves from western grass lands intentions to regulate the delicate Gatun lake reservoir will be insufficient Camel Cigarettes or Prince Albert

for fattening in October were the postwar British economy to prevent to handle prospective traffic Smoking Tobacco. Each of theN
'y highest for that month and topped serious dislocations. Securities exchanges by 1960 or a diversion of traf- long-famous brands are highly respected -
r i! the 1945 figure by 14 per cent. are to be controlled; the fic from Suez canal in event that { *r by discriminating smoker

Large feed supplies resulting from suspended Hal artery is closed by war. t" everywhere. Both Camels and
the banner 1946 harvests have To meet modern needs engineers Prince Albert are offered in attractive
spurred the heavy feeding opera- work for guaranteed prices and are considering increasingsize gay holiday gift wrap.
i tions, department specialists said. If markets for principal farm products. of reservoirs, lengthening locks } pings. Right now, dealers are featuring -

;i present corn and livestock price dif- DECONTROL: from 1,000 to 1,500 feet and widen- Camels in a popular Christmas
ferentials persist feeders could dou- ing them from 110 to 200 feet. y-- carton containing 200 mild
ble the value of their grain by fat Prices RisingPrice Against these plans some technicians :' mellow Camels. And Prince Albertthe
tening cattle. rises all along the line accompanied argue that it would be betterto National Joy Smoke is
The re-establishment of a free decontrol of the nation's build a new canal with fewer available in handy one-pound tiDs.I .
market also has contributed to an in- economy, with producers hiking curves and wider turns. However, ert 1i1T1TES See them at your dealers. Adv.ffHifUINir.

crease in feeding activities it was items for full coverage of higher it would be necessary to clear the I _
said. With ceilings.off, finished beef wages and material costs and prom- bordering( jungle install sanitary
will command a price commensuratewith ising lower prices when output facilities, and erect dock and ad- .
ministrative installations. ( that g..y sunflower and
its quality and assure feeders reached volume proportions. 1
pretty carnation arc really pot
of a profitable return on costly feed- Biggest manufacturer in the
Holders. A wonderful way to learn
lot operations. g industry International Harvester I House That Theft Built It I crocheting quickly and easily. f

boosted prices of farm implements iiis1Wmmm
__ _
and tractors 9 per n Use rug cotton or candlewick in flower
tutors. Pattern 7258 has dirccuou for
Important Operation cent to offset wage increases t-o t po: holder
h amounting to 60 per cent since Our i"-prn'.r r' n,."< r--vi-ual with ea FV- WaOa
Amid rumors that other nations 1911 and higher material costs. to-see cart ui d I p*< vand completeLreetrr.sFU
.. .
were preparing expeditions to -b ?e.i&: Irk easy.
its intention of
Declaring keeping -
search for reported uranium deposits -
prices at a minimum, the -- -- --- --------
I around the south pole, the U. S.
stated that it basedits
announced that Rear Adm. RichardE.
Byrd would lead a navy contin- increases on present costs EXTRA LIGHT BREAD!
and did not anticipate future 1
gent to Antarctica in December on
higher operating expenses. g1I
a scientific study.
F' -
Zenith Radio corporation announced '
While Byrd's force will ex- -
increase of from 2
haustive geological in the an :
to 20 per cent on radios and ---b wJfll
polar wasteland to uncover any ,
uranium, the famed explorer declared I radio phonograph: eombina- eJltlfAtIJG
tions. t
that his band also would ,
undertake intensive studies of geo.1 Leading shoe manufacturers FItIS .
expected a 10 per cent rise in all
standard lines as a result of the 1.V"-!
increase in the cost of bides S /1

from 15Vi cents a pound to ,
w 30 cents. William and Christina Leon- eSJI
ard (inset) of Portland, Ore.,
Previously, General Motors and solved their housing problem,
Crost y had boosted the price of but at other people's expense.

passenger cars by $100 and indus- Held by police the pair were
.1Y try spokesmen predicted increasesin alleged to have confessed that
.1.1i x some steel items, building mate they built a three-room houseof
rials, clothing, batteries and lum stolen timber, cement and

ber.Long shingles, and furnished it with
1 held within rigid ceilings de- plumbing and electrical equipment -
: spite mounting janitorial and main- radios, typewriters and

tenance expenses, landlords peti- other articles valued at $10,000.To .
tioned for 15 cent boost in
F tI a per assure her warmth, no
M rentals. An estimated 10 million doubt, Mrs. Leonard was said Full-strength yeast acts faster because it's
a- housing units have been under rent to have included a $1,200 mink
al control in addition to hotels, room coat In the loot.COTTON fresh! Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast goes right to
ing houses and tourist camps. work makes sweeter tastier bread
f d helps insure

ri ____ WEST: : tender light texture. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-

Admiral Byrd plans Bleb Jump I Ito I Snow-Bound Ponder Curb use Fleischmann's active, fresh Yeast

Antarctica. I Approximately 13 people died and With the recent break: in the cotton with the familiar yellow labeL Dependable

graphical, meteorological and electromagnetic cattle losses were counted in the market fresh in their minds department -America's time-tested favorite
conditions. Weather hundreds as Colorado was hit by of agriculture officials
developing in Antarctica affects all the worst snowstorm in 33 years. At moved to limit speculative tradingin for over 70 years. : yrrcezb
futures the New York
cotton on ,
parts.of the world. the same time, deep snow piled up
t Four thousand men, 12 ships and in southern California's mountain regions New Orleans and Chicago ex

at least a score of aircraft will com- and rain and wind lashed the changes.
Byrd's operation High Jump lea coast. Agriculture Secretary Anderson
pose announced that he would ask the :
as the expedition will be known. No C-47 twin-engine army cargo
part of the task force will be kept in planes, ski-equipped ships, weapon Commodity Exchange commission
# the region during the Antarctic win- carriers, bulldozers and tractors I to restrict daily speculation or hold .
to 30,000 bales for an futures
ter but Byrd will establish a small were put into use in Colorado to ings
Instead of the present limit of 30.000
base capable of supporting a siall reach snow-bound ranches and feed
for 18 months in the event of : thousands of shivering and hungry] bales for any one future.
party need.BRITAIN I cattle hemmed in by tall drifts. On The department acted as its crop

i national : one dropped ranch from alone the, bales air to of 10,000 hay were headof reporting crop of 8,487.000 board bales predicted 525,000 a bales 1944 If Your Nose Fills U

less than last Although the
t cattle in year.
standing stiff-legged
labor Program new crop is expected to fall below
three feet of tropsSurisin
snow. Sleep Tonight Few
P Labor government both domestic and foreign demands, A
Great Britain's As rescue planes winged over the
served notice that it will press area marooned ranchers were advised it will be supplemented by substantial !yfutVauoxilwxtsright $
ahead with its socialistic program Uparliament to make one cross visible carryovers from previous years. vtere trouble is to open up your cfcf&cd g
t assembled amid a color from the air if i they needed food, two Meanwhile, with cotton futures nose-relieve stuffy transient conges
ful medieval setting in London. if they required medical telp. SUp- down almost 10 cents from the October tics You'll like the way ft brings rdkt
i Indicative of their Labor plies intended for overseas ship- peak, prices remained firm following NOTE: Va-crorol is also grand for

9 to JOda1jzation, the ment were diverted from the Pueblo the crop forecast and report relieving trafBy,cnetzy distress of head VATW5WEEKLY -
proach aDDouDced that nat1mWiatlon Colo., ordnance depot to meet the that farmers were withholding deliveries colds.) Follow directions in folder.
iUs and for higher returns.
of only the inland transport emergency needs.



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'A.hM1AM1P.M1AM1h Na THE M1AM1M1M1AM1 R information on various subiects I J SUNDAY I Lesson : ,


The Question 6. Where Dutch By HAROLD UTTOSnST'& D.Of
is Harbor? .
Tb Uoody Bibla last) -t of : ,
1. On what date I 7. How many, rivers are there in ltWuc4 by Wccun>t wipapcr tmoa. {
is the sun lar the United e.
States that am
gest from the earth are over _-- nn
I 1 _
2. Who made the remark "There I miles loesg' Lesson for December 1 ,

is always room at the top" when .

his father told him his chosen pro- : The Answers UWOB ruWtrts and !Scritturi UrU wlectwi

tesseoet wu crowded! I. On approximately July 4fe ;. f.ti d1nzuuioD.-:: Pt eopjrTHIrtwl f .'g Educiticr br Interna-io: used brA .4

3. De; "widow's mite" spoken of the sun iI farthest from the .... ( .
m the Bale was worth how much %. Daniel Webster i
money 3. One-fifth of a rnt
4. Th* common name for Sagit- 4. The archer. '

tai iusf the nmth sign of the zodiac 5,
It is 148.756
square 1D>f. LESSON TEXT-Act U 23-36 Ephe:am
fc what
6. Alaska 5:13.11.
5. How large is the MEMORY SELSCHOK Fma. rajiuggueu.
of Japan
area 7. Ten
rivers in the U. S. .
ar be strove la the Lort. r,3: to s.:i
proper' I lover 1;000 miles longQuaint I power of Us aig*L-Egkcsteos: 6 10.

The war is never over for t.eChristian. s

Salt Box and Matching Rack He is called to a c '

scant strife against the world, : ; -

I For Cooking Spoons and Pot Holders flesh armistice and the or devil peace, which conference knows .E-: ;

keg as he lives or the Lord UT,-"
By Ruth Wyeth Spear Paul, who had now set out o- u.j

'.ter third missionary journey. was t .i
6 eoottna ti pieces are decorated by stenciling
time permitted of the Hot Sp:::-1 .0 T -
ii 1/ with bright wax crayons such as A t '
witness and minister in Asia. "gar rM.
children use. They are then var- ,4t' 1
For three months he spore >z u-e r
n..thed to fix the colors and make
his custom, Lai
synagogue as was
them waterproof.it .
when his ministry resulted in mall
is *ii M easy to do. wok M SUis
)NOOKS COC s hardened then-
eoaau it pM 1lataeaS U ness or ho eat yoa Will wot to >auk converts
fU! i a number of these piece 1st ctt* err tr elves in opposition So re withdrewa

en u Cteistma.Ume. ( bit of strategy m this spiritual

ti try'I !! Pattern 251 cms aataal eMaa eerle warfare) to neutral around in the
+ I boxes for Hie aB MM. fIf.. school of one Tyrannus," where he
Vim. .CIIIIIIW ..... ... with then
tern ons for each: step. .. ... WI pat- could teach and reason
paalLe7nlaei end.. IS cent* Witt D a i0 a e..... daily: Serve Leftovers With an Eye to ColorSee
street to
that thin
Paul knew by experience ( recipes below)
etua a"1rIIr$ could not go on for he had learned
OUST / .... BOTH WTETH ******
nuiiii mm*. n Y. Brawv t* as we should learn to "' Glamorizing Leftovers
GAY and useful kitchen equip EnctoM IS cents far Fatten No. XL L EIt<
delights every homes HaraeAddTM Oeme (Acts 19:2WO! ). "Wouldn it be wonderful if we Pie

aker and this quaint salt box with The comfortable and contented lever had to bother with leftovers,"

matching spoon rack are especially Christians of our day who Just want I heard a hoire- I Oratgs Harvard Sweet Beets Potatoes

appeabaf. They are cut out fr I to be let alone to carry on tbeiz !Dater say re- Salad
Asparagus-Green Pepper
end with a coping saw or with a worship are certainly not related tc rently, Well left- :.
Sailboat With Twin Hulls Biscuits
|ia saw The box is put together i the real Christians of Psul'i type. avers need not be Sauce Bever1Recipes
with brads and glue and both Reaches Speed of 20 MPH The enemy of our souls Is otter the PROBLEM !J pYln-

--- -- I contest to let us go on in comparative which many
peace as long as we do not women regard
.if.,. r. -I# ",'. : I. The fastest sailboat in this country bother him unduly, but once we pat them, for they the top is a golden brown. Servt'

.I \ Q "is undoubtedly the "Sea Spider up the banner of a holy life and tan really be made mterenmg.a at once.
25-foot whole
""/lIqllql'// ; a catamaran service in God's army, be begins i matter of fact, many of my I Chicken Casserole.
10. Q )'. 17' : extremely sharp twin hulk joined terrific counterattack. Paul had feM friends welcome dinners made with (Serves C)
framework the
f'' by a supporting: It already in the hardening of lis leftovers because they take so little
t "Zrl%: Io%ZU Z"zf mast and cockpit are 12 feet teners' hearts (v 8). time to prepare. 2 cops cooked, boned chicken
apart, Cottier'sIn 4 sweet potatoes
says cooked
Never let the leftover problem get
L Selfish 2327)One ,
f Fair Opposition (w.
WarningGeeWhat recent trials Island chicken '"
on Long 2 cops gravy, may
reaction jut of hand is first bit of advice -
f that way to bring a violent : : my I
are cutting
you ; Sound this craft reached a speedof leftover
truth is to let it however, for then food will
piece out of the paper for? 29 miles an hour, which is faster against spiritual out 4 strips of bieoa
will have to be thrown
interfere with business Demetriu spoil and
# \\'hiz-It tells about a man who
man the records of other types of
Plan in advance what will be leftover chicken and sweet pots
i a divorce because his wife wentthrough and his fellow silversmiths professed Arrange ,
vessels and
Eat sailing even moI
his pockets. i many to be concerned about the and include it in the menu. toes, weed in alternate layers, M
j tor boats.
;; G*. -What are you going to do I threatened destruction of the heathen This is easy to do with roasts and a buttered baking -

rife it? worship of Diana in vegetables. dish. Pour ,
Many of the enemies of the gospel It's an excellent idea to checkhe gravy over all
"Wnte-Put it in my pocket! ;
How To Relieve in our time are fighting against : refrigerator systematically ev- and top with ba- '
Filled Cp i God's Word because they are in I Ia >ry day so that no bit of food escapes con strips. Bake "
business which Is condemned by notice. Combine several vegetables uncovered in a
FaAtr glared seemly t ion across e
It m one Jar and toss them moderately hot(400degree
.tnothtr bite lih that..d )'OU'U Bronchitis ; ;
tow Ilk 1lIb1 .' i 2. Senseless Tumult (w. 29-90). into a salad. Or, plan to cream )

The ton fTtnned and letd: "..4aotaertae Knowing that their opposition was .hem and serve with bacon on toast oven for 30 minutes.
1iIcrtd HI to reedy to {care." creorreIleves pronptly Bcacse without true foundation, they inspired tor lunch After a bit of practice Silvered cheddar cheese mat
I trouble U goes to fignt to toe seat and of expel the and agitated a wild demon you win learn to think of food in be used on top of the above cast

Such Grace i Fern laden phlegm, and aid natur stration. his way and there will be no "left serola in place of the bacon, if ds
"Swimming is excellent for de- to soothe and teal raw, tender In* Shouting a slogan which had no over problem>> sired.

retoamg grace and poise" named: .Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sea xaembranes. you- real meaning they lent their voicesto Change the food to some extent Vegetable Souffle.

"Ob. yeah Haven't you ever a bottle of Creomaloon: with the unroumusttkethe'n7 the tumultuous agitation against irben it is served a second or a (Serves ,)
teen a duck'" tierstamijns it God. Finally, one sensible man, third time, and it will become a 1 cooked leftover vegetables
+! quickly attars the cough or you are fearing the punishment of city officials sort of fascinating game to see Just 1 cop thick white sauce
declares I to have your zocney back them Acts 19:35-41). much be done with left. cup
A prominent woman quieted ( :aow can 1 tablespoon lemon Juice
women do not wear slacks to i CREOMULSION The Epheslans were just like avers>> Use a variety of seasoning 2 tablespoons minced onion

Imitate men. Thus the last pos- for Cou $,Qest Colds.BronduHjStJoseph many in our day who fear mar and watch the family take an interest H teaspoon salt

tble excuse disappears. --- more than God. But may we ask in the food. H teaspoon pepper
if you fear the Judgment of men, how Here are several suggestions onxrhat H teaspoon Worcestershire sane
Answer That! think you to escape the Judgmentof to do with fowl: 4 eggs separated

Him-If you refuse rre I :J ne God After all it is God and Chicken Chow Meta U teaspoon cream of tartar

ir love another. ieq ( ASPIRIN His Word you oppose, unconverted (Serves C)
Her-And if I ac :ept-t I ."U-UAa'UlSiUll&r m friend. Do you think He will hold Press vegetables through a I1n.
? cups cooked chicken or chop fine before using. Combine /
you guiltless
t tablespoons fat them with white sauce and seal
Paul was not afraid (v. 30), for leaps thinly sliced celery sonmgs. Add well-beaten egg yolk

t' AS ymi txt be had also learned that the servantof IH caps sliced peeled onions CooL Fold in beaten whites mixed

the Lord can 4 teaspoon pepper with cream of tartar before

II. Count on God-Jle Will Deliver I No 2 can mixed vegetables, Chinese ing Turn into a greased cass beE

(Eph. 13-18). style and bake !n a moderate ( -

Writing to the church in this verycty to-ounte can mushrooms oven for I hour. Serve at ones

where the Lord opened "a great i tablespoons cornstarch Orange Sweet Potatoes.

door and effectual" for Paul (I Cor. tablespoons! soy sure (Serves 4 to C)

x 16:9): he admonishes them and us Scalhonat < cooked sweet potatoes
to make full use of the provision small can fried noodles 1 cup cringe Juice

F < which God has made for victorious Brown chicken slightly in fat Add 2 teaspoons grated orange rind

warfare. celery onions and pepper. Add 1 tablespoon cornstarch

ti There is a complete armor and a chicken: broth (about 2 cups) and 2 tablespoons melted butter

: mighty weapon the sword of the Soot covered until vegetables are I H sap brown sugar

Spirit but none wiD do us the slightest tender Add drained Chinese: vege- H cup gnnnlated sugar

good unless we put it on and go tables and mushrooms and heat to Remove skins from potatoes
.i Z into battle. If we think we can do bo iDg. Mix cornstarch with soy Combine remaining ingredients a

without the breastplate of righteousness sauce and add to nuxtare. Stir this saucepan anj

y and some Christians and mature aDd cook nntfl thickened. cook, stirring tow

churcn .t:kers seem to think they Arraage vegetable dish garnished tl thickened. Arrange

can), jt neglect to carry and use nth sliced scallions and pour mix sweet pot

the shield of faith, we can only expect : ture ever them. Serve with fried tatoes in a bUt
defeat. We fight great spiritual wedfes. ing dish '

enemies (see w 11. 12 of this Turkey Pie. sauce over them Cover [3
chapter) and we need the best m: (Serves 6) in a moderate oven for

both offensive and defensive e I tablespoons
ment. lesger. I
quick! Gently warming Ben-Gay The of truth binds the i tablespoons floor
Rub in Ben-Gay, girdle up 1 teaspoon salt Lima Beans With Tomatoes.
brings speedy, welcome re!,ef from cMst U teaspoon pepper (Serves 4)
Yon see. Ben-Gay coo' .ins up to i 1 2 times more drances to rapid movement Tate
and -thol-two pa.jn-Rlie-inc is not hu 2 CUPS milk 2 tablespoons minced onion
methyl sahcrlate me: breastplate nghteooscess,
2 hot mashed potatoes
all n but Christ's but it must be cups 2 tablespoons fat
agents known to own ,
offered rub-as. doctors BCn-Gayer worm appropriated and used. Leftover roast turkey, sliced 1H cops canned tomatoes
1 cap cooked sliced carrots 2 teaspoons granulated

inal Bauine A. ,.*\esKjue.AksftrPaa The soldier roust be well shod for 1 cup cooked or canned peas, H teaspoon salt sugar
.t *ttL 1UTCX.BBSO1 AC8E as. STOLKS. the long rough journeys and to give drained H teaspoon
t Ask fir MU BM-Cy f. CaUres. him a good foothold in the day cf pepper
batik. Peace in the heart provides Melt fat add flour and blend 1U caps cooked lima beans
to salt and Add taut grad- H cap soft bread crumbs
such a firm vantage point in the fight
for God. saEy while stirring and cook usti Saute onion in fat until tender

&SSWL Faith is the quickly moved shield, mixture: **;****. Spread mashed.potabes add tomatoes, sugar, salt and pen

catcfcrig aH the fiery darts. Her a a layer in a buttered per and simmer 5 minutes. Add

again it is not my faith or youri baking: dish and cover with a layer lima beans and beat thoroughly:

I alone, bet our faith in God pub cf turkey slices. Add carrots and Adi crumbs, heat for a few rain

ticg: him between us and: our ene peas to sauce and peer over turkey utes longer then serve.
mies. place ia a broiler and: broil cntfl 8 iM4 by Vtnan..flJSPApa'rM1h..hhhAhAAP.hAAAA Cttoo.



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s' RETIRED I jungle. His closest call after this"C*nce the hospital has given a leperis I pare; and delicious gopher stew. I thieved a considerable distributionn ?"

MISSIONARYIS was in 1916 when he was picked h certificate of cure he Is examin- ]Principal ingredient of the latter isi(i: Europe. But he is best remem-

up by a squad of French Sengalese e d very thoroughly by a French I land turtle. 1 t tered in the United States for his

SPEAKER soldiers, mistaken for a German and d octor and the certificate okayed. Florida's chief sport-fishing- I[narriage to Catherine Dalngteld _-
was placed before a firing squad. 'I'he leper is then able to return to is' also given full credit for being I: Willis Gray, the young wl-

The officer in command had already II ormal life. The dread blackwater'the superlative sport that it Is. i c low who was a niece of G s>rg4

&T CHURCH MEETING raised his band to give the f ever which killed so many of the With its hundreds of miles of'Vashington's. and for his eodfosaccntridties

command to fire when a flock of e arly missionaries he described as coastline in both Atlantic and Gulf 4* as a country patkieiaand
chickens passed in front of him and I L hemoglobie uremic malaria which its labyrinths of salt lagoons lakes''II plantation owner on the Fter-

(Clewlston isewg) the soldiers made a dire for them lestroys the blood but has been bays and Its countless inland I Ida frontier.

Dr H L Weber, for forty-four and forgot the shooting. He wan argely stamped out with quinine and rivers, Florida offers the anglera Hrs American wife ontMve him

dears. a medical missionary to finally able to convince them that ,I ind mosquito netting. He also described vast variety of game fish of all by many years and was accorded

orUl Africa, and retired twofears the eagle on his American passport ,I other tropical diseases treated sizes, shapes and inclinations the title of Princess at the cart

ago, was the speaker at the was not the German "bird." including the yaws very similar) from marlin offshore to sheephead of Napoleon III.

jo! t meeting of the Fellowship Moat of his talk was concernedwith I It to sypnillis in its action bat not a and snappers under the bridges. We need fire protection-to provide l I

Colon and the Women's Society of t the great Central hospital renereal disease, and elephantiasis, On the other hand, the writers growing timber crops tor I

the Community Church Tuesday which he established about a hun- both of which are quite common. are not so kind to Palm Beach children.
\ growing
evening. dred miles inland raising $60o90: The people of the area, Dr. whose "keen edge of social smartness

Dr. Weber's talk was precededby for the first construction. This Weber said, were of the Bantu has been taken off by mod-

a splendid dinner prepared and hospital now has seventy-wren tribes and originally had no religion ern time," aad Miami, which is LEGAL NOTICES

Served by the ladies of the church, buildings fifty of which are in the whatever except witchcraft described as a gilded playground I
there are four and fetishes Now their church, where money flies aroand in a man- IX .THI: tiitt'1'IT (.01 ItT DI" Ta.1!
WC. leper colony and
committee composed of Mrs T n FLFT 11 41 I)If Its. t IRl l IT OF
Owen Mrs. L. M. Weetman and branches of the hospital In the ter largely undenominational although ner so dizty it is without meaning TIIK TITK: OF rLORIDtH IXD
soul the Presbyterian church, In summarizing an introductory ll GLAD69 .COI T1.IN .
Airs. Foy Durrence being in chargeof ritory. Their motto was "A started by CIIAX KIM.
arrangements. saved every day" and 8,000 con- at Elat. has one o' the large article, Mr. Pratt says that although %o. SST-C

TtrslOBA were made. memberships of any such church in the state has been described as a
Dr. Weber was sent by the Presbyterian -i J[DAVID O CLICK,
the world about 10.966 The vanishing Eden there is still a lot
Church into the Cameroon Dr. Weber said that a great part I Ptai tiffWItLiAM .
the Presbyterian Board of Missions also of vanishing to be brought about
area of Africa in 190:, an area he of the work now being done at the for the first hoa before it gives much impression of LOU DON and MR_ Whir
Described about three times the hospital is by native doctors one put up money LIAM LOUDOK, his wife et all
as and the expansion having disappeared in a big
to pital buildings way Defendant
'size of Florida. Soon after his arUTS of the principal works being been through I >OTICK TO APrHAK
has entirely
train natives for these duties. Out program STATE OF FLORIDA.TO :
!, he said, he was on a hunting offerings. The natives.
free-win A. J. Hanna's Book : WILLIAM WIDOW sad
of more than 800 major operations '
tapeditlon and was charged by an all of the building materials MRS. WILLIAM LOUDOK. hjs
he shot the performed two years ago. more than provided wife, whose residence and post office
brick except Deals With Life
for the buildings address is 1J174 Oroen Lawn
native -
huge beast it failed to stop and he six hundred were performed by and some hardware.Dr. Avenue City of Detroit. County eCWa'ne.
He told also of some cement State of Michigan EOTHATTEN
doctors. Of PrinceNORMAN II ;
thought his time had come when Weber showed his interested Bonaparte and MRS. ROT KAT-
for some reason the wounded aniQ of the diseases successfully treated series of movies he had TEN' his wife wave realdeaea

% al stopped in front of him. turned including leprosy which is now audience taken in a the area which indicated I Okla, Oct. 21-( pec-1 and Wolverine post BufMlkg office address, CIty of to AM....
and lumbered off into th arreeted or cured in many case Arbor County of .-.-..
the plant
something of commerce, ial-The story _of a Dona :
life and mode of life of the prince who became an enthusiastic 8L'LNDE geHIIJ.asS Mft $AMUlQ..
1 E. UNDERHILL his wife. .....
4 1 Principal exports are palm nauves.1 American citizen married a great- I residence and post office address
mahogany the huge grandniece of George wUl Is c/o Roy flatten, ..* Wolverine -
Bulleli.... City of Ann Arkor.
the' ngtoo'1
being cut into blocks and practiced law on I County of Waslrtenaw State of
a oil placed in 590-pound casks and frontier, and served as colonel of a Michigan: GERMAIN WERNEKCONSTRICTION

Get the Habit of Shopping at floated out to ships at sea since backwoods militia r gis eat in the I! Michigan corporation CO.. ; EDWARD dtosotvos

i there are no deep harbors along this Seminole War is released today under WERNER. President Secrets**.
and Director of Oor-
Treasurer a
f coast the title of "A Prince in Their! main-Werner Construction Coa

Dr. Weber was made a memberof Midst' by the University of Oklahoma dissolved Michigan corporation,
: whose residence to let2 Calvort
The'Family _.. _-___ In the French Legion of Honor for Press. Avenue City of Detroit County ofWa
his work in this French mandate, Written by A. J. Hanna, coauthor >ne. State of Michigan, EDWARD -

I FortMyers an honor afforded few foreigners of "The St Johns" a volume I a Director LUBLIN.of Yte-President Oermaln-Wemsr" ..

The talk was both interesting and in the Rivera of America Series. this Construction Co.. a dtsooTvod.
corporation whose res!
Dept. instructive since his years of living: new book recounts the bizarre i doses Michigan is Ml Calvert Avenue. Cttjr

i e among the natives gave him a career of Charles Louis Napoleon of Detroit, County of Wayne State
Store" Fla. background for his remarks whtci I Achille Murat the Prince of Naples. of Vice-President Michigan and a Director

made it much more interesting thai I who was the son Napoleon's- sister Germain-Werner Construction Cw

any book could describe It. Caroline and Joachim carat. a whose dissolved residence Michigan is 11"J corporation Moa>....
brilliant Marshallwhom Avonuo. City of Detroit, Costa of
the Emperor's
the dinner Dr. W. D I I. .
During Wayne. State of Michigan
i1 More Wlie was presented with a token I Napoleon made King an WARD WERNER EDWARD
Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or free 11 Queen of Naples. LUBLIN. ALDER S. COOK, as Dl-
and appreciation
of esteem i rectors and Trustees of and for
his ro-workers in the Communlt, Born to the purple in the Tail (Germain-Werner Construction Co.
Items tf erie at the Court of Napoleon, la H dissolved Mtehigaa corporation:
I1UY FROM OtH C.\T.\LOC.-onr 100.000 Church. Dr. Wylie leaves this weel! \ U L PARTIES CLAIMIMO IHTEA-
J to make his home in Belle Glad e ter a spotted crown prince of th EST toy, through, undue or against
flamboyant court at Naples AchilMarat GenBata-Weraer Construction Gel.
nd during his stay here has been a dissolved Michigan I corporatiosi;
ery active as has Mrs \Vyhe\ in, found himself at eighteen ALL PARTlEfc HAVmo ORCLAIHIHO
A prince without a country and I TO RAVE ANT RIGHT.
11 phases of church work and community -, TITLE OE INTJBRHRr in the prop-
member of a family of ex-kings. A erty ...... 'It........
Rom where I sit.. bY Joe Marsh, work. twenty-two be sailed for Amerta L. Tow and eats.of rm are hereby re-
like hundreds of other eDll.ran1before [s qwired to ftt an appearance In this
of Floridas wk la this asset on or before Cb*
last: Coast
and after bis day for ne t16th day of Doaomfcor. ult.
opportunities and a fresh start 1 I.n! The nature of this suit to to qstotl
Praised for Its l the title to the following deer
\ A LessonIn life. Ten years later he was ser,'i I property lying being and sltuat In
in Florida. the County of Glades state of PIOTI -
I Natural AssetsThe tag as a county judge I I
Ida to-wit:
ConservationWe : His admiration for the gover 'I I All of Section 26 South of .1"
t ment of the United States was :I eating Creek in Township tt
fabulous East Coast of ..is'' South. Range 31 Eat.
vibrant as that of Lafayette. aid suit having been filed in the Circuit
tiDgonnmWe1sl.u's Prom where I sit, the Judge da baa been placed under a Flor-I is the American Union," he wrot e I Court of the Twelfth JusscsslCircuit
for the State of Florid) In
2>orch other night,chatting over is rig t. All America's great resources ,cope by the editors of Holiday 'which gives us the best model I)t and for Glades County, wherein DstrldO

*gk !of beer-when the talk turn our abundant natural he resulting picture a 4 -pege government Nothing in the Unl it- Click to plaintiff and WUUnss
aDd text. London and Mrs. William l..oudon. his
te forest preservation,soil erosion wealth, arc lost the mint te we losemnd rtfolio of photographs !! ej State astonishes me. Ever wife et al, are defendants beinir sass ;
oilier things that affect a farm. the right to work them as free s a mingling 'of praise for its thing H reasonable, and btcora':;,i number SSI-C Moor ,
and scolding
lug community people in a free land latural assets familiar to me with great facilit,:r; I H.tven Glades County, State of PIer- ;
:ustom and bad habits. rjida. this the 12th day of Nuvs8.SEAL ..... '
astonishes is eveother
what me !
Judge Cunningham speaks up: Whenever you see or hear of"It's The Florida study appears in theeeember .1545. I;
nation is not governed : ) D a WEEKS,
all right to worry about conserving an encroachment on our rights- ) issue of the magazine and well" ., Clerk of the Circuit CowrLMcKa '
our natural resources,"he whether it's the right to free ncludes separate articles on the >. Mae Farlane. Jackson and J !
His keen and stimulating obs.r-' ,
says/ "but there's a far bigger speech, or the right to vote as we state itself. Palm Beach Miami and rations of America are recorded to t>> : Ferguson Thomas Alexander. I
'problem when it comes to conservation ere fit, or the right to enjoy a The Beach. Florida fishing, St. Augustine Attorneys for Plaintiff. i
I articles and books which ha ve Nov IS 22. 29. Dec. 5. It.
-and that's preserving our friendly glass of beer in licensed Florida artists sports of _____n___ __ r
tlemocratic way of life, our sense law-abiding places watch out! I the state, and Florida's own \

trf: personal freedom, our respect I ments to the ancient art of refini-\\ 3 I

for one another's rights." 80e 11la..u( I cake portfolio photography is rounded and "corn.out :with a Rural Mail Service 50 Years Old !i

color cartograph depicting the,

Coprngk, 1946 UoiUd Stout Brewers FoswrfosM state's resources history and folk' .. t
legend and a weather chart describing "
I, December's probable temperatures : ;

I The latter was not cleared' :. lJ

_ Farmers Worked 75.4 Hours a Week with the Chamber of Commerce

If Floridans smart too keenly : t

1 under some of the critical observations .. < .
of Holiday, they should bear, 1

a in mind that to a large extent the

74 eE comment is self-critical since thrse I

of the articles are written by The:> 'f ..,
dore Pratt a' patriotic resident if <:
the state who likes to describe Flor j $ '

19.9k I ida as a pert young girl with i

r o Nara violent past and an uc,'--:dicta .

82.5 I I' temperament. MOI eo'" I. ,.)n idi! r* ,

a. I able praise is given
83.4 "Florida IS one c.f. .. "w E.- ,

Moues who can live up t.. \ plu,
416s ;graphs." Mr. Pta
result. this to :" 'i" 1' Ar. .

lean dream goes to i ,. rre
Y her confine, the 'i-ila: "n find

I.. .. fro"
I about anything w !i I
; ., -1accounterments .
pleasant trailer s,'a'r ; \ of

-V for I !, unlit:
Average noun of Work per Week-1939. 1913, 1911 binge:'

American farm operators aver urgent wartime demands of a hUt The genuinely an KM .y of .-

aged 75.4 hours of work a week gry world. Angvsti&e is described -' a magnificent

during a recent three years accordFarm operators In the Nest North: and dignified city whose

Ing to a nationwide surrey of working Central area worked the longest great charm lie in In ins; an nli: ,

habits In agricultural centers. hours, putting in an average of place living naturally in modern !

la the lame period according to S3.2 hours a week. Second were the'lb. I times The colors of Castile still !

American Iron and Steel Institute farm operator In the East North fly on municipal banners, hotel flags> i

E workers In iteel plants aver Central area with 82.5 hours a week and wall em....... Although local :, A half-century of service to rural America Is observed by the post office
aged *l.e noun of labor a week. waile farm operators In the Middle dishes virtually disappeared during I lepartment m October, for in 1896 three routes were established in West

The operators of the six million Atlantic worked 79.9 hours a week. the war the visitor Is now rediscovering -I rtrgioia to inaugurate the federal system of rural free delivery. By way of
It farms spent nearly 4.000 Farm operators la the Pacific states narking the anniversary, Mary E. Garner. Rochester, *&*h. greets Re*
'American man. plus put In the smallest number of week the delights of $iau. the II Xlph.of the R.F.D. service,with home-made doughnuts guaranteed to cause
Work tours a year per highly seasoned potpourri of nee t minor interruption in this courier's "swift completion of ha appointed
ij :>tts use of mechanized equipment. ly work hours averaging 724 for with boiled meat fish or fowl; fried I Icbo.dera cw dL"Approximately 26000.000 Americans are served by RJJD,and witi,
t. to: sara a living and to produce the the three years of 19:9. 1913 sad shrimp; such as only a I 7. S. mail traveling by skis dog.sled*, ice-boats and saowshoes. Carrier:

;r1 cops and food needed to met the 1911. (shellfish locality knows how to pie- Dofci tea there faster m his new Chevrolet.QAOE -- i.

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