Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00147
 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: December 6, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00147

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t'oLt'M1xuMnit: 32 MOORE HAVEN, I'WlUD.i'IUD..'Y. DECEMBEK 6, 1946 SCBsCRlPTIOX-$i30 PER YEAR V


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UNTIL NEXT WEEK 1 i The r. s. Weather Bureau is this !SALE AT COURTHOUSE The Democrat inadvertent EMBARGO ON MAIL

:>t-ek installing the necessary acieDI I omitted from its story of the Clew-

'I tICk equipment for a branch weather -1 istoa-Moere Haven football game

j b.. first hearing i:. i1.1: suit bureau office IB Moore Haven 1i i; Tht, new i'47 m..tr \ ...hllli1:- I two weeks ago. mention of the ap- Mrs. tuadys 5ai.s. Moore Ha-

tn.,:jgnt bj J. F. Thumps-on Construction which will be in charge of Mrs cense plates wets OL sale Mondayat pearance of the Moore Haven school ven postmistress, yesterday received

Company contractor for John Moore formerly la charge of the office of Count Tat Collector band at the game. formal notice of tbe partial embargo

funding of the rural electrification a station at Meridian Miss., and the R. D. Yoder at the connhouse It was the first time the band oa mails which goes into effect
hoc ia this eoaaty against the wife of the pastor of the Moore Haves -I No record for sales was nude the has attempted tornado marching today, the first apparent result

Glade Electric Cooperative was: Baptist Church. first day and the No. 1 D tag vas 'and outdoor playing and they received of the present coal strike wbJan.

held ia Fon Myers Monday ia the: Hard 3g Heaary of the regional',sold to David Click after Mrs. Sweet i the applause of genuine appreciation has forced a rigid curtailment *t .
offices 0T Circa* Judge Geo. W"WMteaam. .' weather bureau office in Atlanta is Peep_. who has obtained it for from both the Moon train service by the Office of Defense

I settiac QUae... station this many rears reported that she had I Haven and Ctewiaton staad for Transportation, to coaenrfe

Judge Whither said that this ..... Installations will include al sold her car and would not need it. their activities: between the halves. the very short coal ......

J was his fits tune under a two-year ercartal thenBO&Mter. barograph, The new plates are palmetto I They also played several aambeni As a result of this em barge the

I i old law aadmr which the suit is Instituted cop aaeauHBeter and rainfall gaaee. green with ivory anmerals Present I preceding the game. shipment of Christmas paiosw wfB

... ami aced. that the at-, Poor reports are seat oat recahuir rates, baaed oa automobile classification Bandleader Wm. D. Jactmaa is he curtailed to a cssjoatetahfe es-
'orneys fat the contractor file al each day. I by weight, remain ia effect. I now working on a concert to be teat aid if no settieaMOt to ....-

brief for aneaatatioB to him the It is understood that this atIoa i Special license numbers may be given in connection with the Christmas ed before Christmas it may mo.

will be the official weather bsraaa i reserved npoa rognest at the tax II program at the school oa December that mails will be more serapmstfcartailed.

1wstrutted station for the lake area. I collector's office with an extra dol- 19.Farabee's. .

the REA to file hi* answer to the -- i lar charged for tI service. Money I mecUM today sad to farlllt

pleadings at the same tiaie. He' City Decides To collected from the dollar fee goes Cafe I notice. ao article of first class meq.

"would thea take a few days to stud to the state children's: welfare Wladtae air matt may ha aesthb
the Rait with Orcait Judge W. T. Purchase State'sLiens fund Broken Into Here ed for mafttac Is excess of _

JHarrieea of BiBdeatuu.Whether Through Wednesday noon only pouads ia weight and ao parent tar
j On PropertyThe Tuesday MorningThe
18 "D" tars had been sold 2 GH I, fourth class shipmeat hi fine mats
i or not a temporary injunction -
wlU he given Taoaipaoa to tags. 1 GK and 3 for light cars I may be accepted exoaommf flee
t prevent eneriI- the REA Ones, City Commission, at its regular without letter designation Glades Cafe, owned MIll ponds la weight or e>oK>oa le

f I will depend OB tae- outcome of this, meeting Taeaaay night, decided I operated by W. C Farabee, was eMs ia length or strty melee In
to clear np tax liens OB a entered sometime between midnight beth length ask girth comhtnaa.
t hearing.Thompaoa. i
[ offered Urge Banner of city lots held by I! LOCAL HUNTERS 1 and I morning Tuesday, the thief or The rocalattoas do not apply te
the ,
t cooperative the Trastees of the Internal Improvement [thieves taking the cash from the shipment of day-old chicks and oak

f last week a compromise for settlement Fund in Tallahassee. register but apparently disturbing'r'er poultry; cat flowers, seeds,

of the aatt eat of court bat despite the fact that the Trustees : GO TO WOODS\ FOR !'nothing else. It is the first ease plants and nursery stock; ..... batter
officers of the cooperative, after
failed to approve a compromise of breaking and entering ia Moore sad perishable foods aawamr
phone eaBs to REA in WuJ ; 1
f payment previously offered. !'Haven in several yearn. accepted for mailing; start saaatcbMs. -

! were advised against each a qtoD'l I These liens, according to a TURKEY AND DEER :i: Fingerprint experts ot the Federal drugs, surgical inetrameatt
e promise.: There has beea no
schedule seat to the commission by : Bureau of Investigation. and dressings, hospital sepp...
i lug of the hoard alaee to ,
!the Trustees, could be cleared for 1 sisted Sheriff J. J. Wiggins in obtaining shipments of money by trisbarp[.
! this 1 1i i
afOfjoDrt.At I!amounts raagtag from |1."0 a lot :! Roger \\et-t! j.ndtrnon Bales some prints Tuesday and mail; local parcels and all leant

#f the Jut meetiag the hoard on a few to "I a lot on a great ;i I were probabH the nrst hunters to I any suspects arrested will be matter for delivery oa local rate
i agreed to the moviag of the co-opj many. Most of them however. |hit pay din from this county after fingerprinted at once: and their and star nmtes; parcels sidisssat

I office from the apartment ta the I II could be purchased for about 25 [the opening of the turkey and deer I prints matched with those taken to members of the armed foreas.

I Frjerson building to the vacant per cent of the 1932 valuation approximately season Wednesday moraing. at least from the broken lock on the door. served either by the Army or Fleetpostoffices

I it'or adjacent to the Glades Thea- $25 each. Several they were the first to show game The spring lock, through a hasp on : ; second: claw matter

I whole blocks were involved and the 1 for they were in town before ten the door was '-broken apparently and mats for Bewmpapor and _s-

I ---- removal of these liens practically o'clock with four turkey hens ..I I,with a wrecking bar after effortsto aiDe publication; fllBW.

Youth FellowshipOf wipes the elite dona oa. .,- their bag for the day. remove the hasp with a aetewrpm Acceptance of mail fa* foreigndesnaattms

r .. --'A& smillir iaotraaseat had wffl ke. .iijiffcud to .... .
I .. :,. .. 1>.... .: )lam.the or ---.
GladesvArea) ;,. <' -"-- -dIM 1tfif
; i .::...rw / .. ''''r W Mf'i I -. in
rwrv were said to have wog WbMiaa declined to corn- excess of fear pounds six _BeeS.
Holds Meeting Here ._ ... M air. 1M a pedal. .
land twsdwas ......t fled with hunters and a large meat oa whether or sot he had 1 r
r "' nmber.of turkeys were killed during obtained any specific clues or had Brinson
In Completes
drawn tram tae tfcat faad': .* anmoaies
the opening day. Some turkey at this time Theamount I'
Almost a fcaadred young people reeeived fawn tad, sMe of any suspects
hunters I however, had to content of cash obtained in the Road Resurfacing
i-prsentta Tenth Feltewahtp or- lots will be placed in thlsttHait toward :'i (I!
1 gaiUiatloM of Methodist Cti1lftllMIf the repayment of tawjs loan. them..IY@switha..I1'ftJortwo.ft break was said to have been comparatively '!
deer have been killed no small. enough hating Project On MondayThe
any only
the Glsdes sab-district, attendeda The sale of a vacant lei at the I I
meeting heM at the Methodist corner of Arenas J aid Third I.1 report has been received but a I been left ta the register to provide

f.; Church here last night. Defecation Street adjacent to the Baptist pas-i number of hunters left early in the 1 for breakfast change; for large] Brinson Construction Cell-

'r were present from Canal Point, Paw termed was made to the Baptist : week for the Big Cypress grounds;bills. pan completed the project for resurfacing

iJ! hokee. BeiH Glade, Lake Harbor Church 'land have not yet returned. I Road 25 from the ....-
w t ClewiMon and Moore BaT@D. The county J84< the sale of 138 hunting license the LaMooreton Crab oa ...
: The worship servit-e was led' by Another Week To 1 1I Fat
i IX-as Hefliau A clarinet trio com! during November, ninety of them Doctor Takes Over day of this week. the entire ...-

I Wait For Fate Of : liven-- mile job taking little more tha*
j. poseti of leggy Stalls. Joy Summers i Local Health Unit I three weeks.
seal DoaabJ Faraam played a selection -
aad Jaaslf Ruth Brannanaang. Local Sugar Mill I licenses: sold and one only for i The road was widened two nsat

'The First NoeL" Legendsof touting ia another county.: Fortyeight i James M Hall. M D. was ia and was given a three-inch layat
-- '
Donald flnhiac ttoaases were also Moore Haven this moraiax for his i of limestone over the old bane wMsb-
ChriatBMS were given. Word was received hereday yatsr-
Faroam atviaa the legend of the I that the Civilian rr..cd' old during this period. first vistt as health officer for the I[was primed and them gKam a tttg
Turkey and bock deer may be Highlsads-Glades Health Uatt behaves wearing aarfaes.
ale the mistletoe sad holly aad Administration office on Wednesday
: log .
take hi this district December 4 sacetedcd Dr. lames | Traffic was let detested dipbjir
the first Cafmtmas tree; Peg> examined the papers of lath Weakl
to January 5. Mondays aad Taes- Dotaaiwai the construction work evil there
ta this peatttoB oa ;
Stalls gave to ligtaii of jaerien'shrst Svgars of Abbeville La
days are dosed on Acer sad tarkey. Ie Twlaaia!! hirmmaliimW
Dr. WeBs has gene was n miaimam of
Masts Wee and ]le.. W. 8Bosemaa some necessary data missia sad
also oa ..... The anaH aaasoa toNov. County for a few weeks of spsctalwork [caused to motorists, aboat tattf*
this be for
the sopped
toM the story of has asked
29 tarewta ,... SI. Day after which he wig reside ta five miaatos being the autfmmm>w*
world's areaaart Chriatnaas carol the meeting ot tile'" neat
"-ilent Niet Wednesday relative to the request bag on deer (only back deer "YI Cocoa to be health officer for the [watt Impaled oa anyone at ..r
ibe taken is 1, season's new Bo ard-Oneeeta uatt. time.
This was followed by a baste***t Iof the Loaistana the firm erection for of bnttdl a eagar -}[Two turkey constitute a day's beg.I Dr. Hall is a native of Nash- Work oa the project oa Sued .II
,.rssiea dariag which projects wereuUoueaed hereJ. I 14 a season The day's hag *n vfile. Teaa. and to a graduate of between KmatanMe River and .-
for work: by the ah-am- mill !quail! is 12 Possession fe limited the faiveratv of Tennessee medical north aad of Bare Beach has net fIit!
.. ..... OtTtoets ot Of E. Frierson. JJa. telephone I
t \'t an a. 1 o 2 cars bal> school in MemphisHe has been started by the Botener fiat
r r(.up will he neat to Enterprise to conversation with J. E CsJawell.president I! peat about give or six years ia 1 Company easrtmrtor on the Jatx
..pf if there i* any speed; project of the firm. this moraine. bE"ONuut following -
;1 County School Board public health The eompaar is now workass on
benefit told that the had yet
of company
curried oat was
that t*
eau tlat.1ILT in which he serves -. a section of this road tti Ofcaacbobee
Ue Children Home th re t receive: any such notice bat that For five I this
u Met On .Monday as an Army doctor for .I county north of the
_\ recreation hour followed the if the request were lecelved that years thirteen months of it overseas 'I and is expected to stan the oa.IIa
itsinsa* sisBlBB aDd refreshments the necessary data woald he flown!jflecembert Mert1agI in tee Pacific Theatre. Following :l County Motion very seoa.I .
Uwn.fasten to Miami in time for the meeting the first of
ere served en the hareh I his discharge .

attoadtog iaeladed Bev next week i I AT the meeting of the Glades April he attended school in Boson i I County Board Has

C F. H ewe at Paaokearo .... la commenting on the farther County Board of P-i>lc- lsatractkn 1..for n few months and came to Florida -i
>\; Rime of Canal Point; Rev delay ia the matter this ararai,on Monday announcemMit was made hi September. He helped to set Short Meeting On

.' 0 Jameson of Belle Glade and Mr. Frtersen said that he foals go:of the delivery of a new 2 f..,...- ap the new health ante to which
Miami east week whether he was I .. .... Monday MorningThe
: r pastor of tilt church at Lake to j!eager Ford bas with Wayne body Dr. Wetts has been .
Harbor requested. to appear or not Sad try| which has beea placed on the Or-, Dr. Vail a handsome t bachelor.

-- to ehtstn. at that Um, sosse de- tees ..... Another Is erbedvled for 'I saya that he hopes to give Glades board of county commission
..... : 'Ie-. did little..wf' from tontine
flake Counties health
.delivery, a 4t-passeaget bws with and Htfthfeads a
Norton Sells Large haamess at the nesting on Moadiyexcept
Several had planned to go to the;Superior body oa fJeeember 15which unit of which every ctttsen can,

Acreage At LakeportTo meeting this week hut the CPA! win go OB the*Paodak ran justly be prod voting to take praeiaet steps*t to Tsemma.roaeafMatehe with II
audited CaMwoll that oral -----
hoard a* 1 A walk-in-ee and deep-
Fort Pierce Man teattmoay would be taken at tae{frees box wan paid by the Lack 'nMUiHR REHIRKDI that of Mute and Kcrtb LaBelle
and to place ..._dtut"nlor *
bearing and the building data van;hoard front BV1 Ksartaw. of Fort A.
for by Coaatty Agent
Jeep awe
for bill of sale hast matted to the hoard.is .Myers for the hal aaaaa.The Jed I a* te ppusocrat gds Ie .
IB acreeaaeat
G. Hatchiasoa.The
It i.. learned Neat the recent [
First Bank of dnwistOB wadea pave
.cen tttoi at fat office of the I cen eBdaiiMi move was
of the cnreaH _an for IMS seers' M'Iot1L n.... n. ..aatod as the ceaaty depository wire to discharge fifty per rent *tye broeglat about whMs. at the November

of land and atawesiBMrtety Tf* head !far the comhmc year. > worker at the ratted Mate election, there were noteaoafh

of .attto ay Mr. sad 111'I. W. aV I laaouoearnt made lint the The employment of Gertrude RMiddfetoa i Imcinecr locks been of reminded the Okerrbotweproject aDd allwurkers registered voter In the precinct
Norton Sr. t. R- .... of Fart Moave Rcvea sehoat w ns ... De- of Dmdealoa. as teacher [ who had been five their to keep the pods open and

Pieft1' The total osasidlrsiMwee comber 2f tar the ClUatsaii MB.days er..* eaior t .|m! ni.w 6 atteuaced no Totewas cast. This will reduce

f53.: 39.21. sad will reeonveae N ....-: Sac aolda a BS degree diiiArpr order harp been retired the number of precincts .* the
In waking this sole Mr aadNonon In. from Bethaa..Cooksaia OaOege. and tar lock lute returned to atbo.r county to eight in place of the

weerred their hMas. q'proZimateiy 1 ary C.Wo. Complete aeries c| the hoard are ba.ls of fn\&n. At the thirteen o* a few years back

of laid awe p r.u..a: The Jeep will provide the county
40* acres 1 Moore levee locks this means thereraiptoymeiit
ass flay p.alstM I f1.. to .re.ids .
cattle.Te 2. 1944.Thu. agent with transportation over the
of lllesewhic
a portion sacra .... b .y1... Me of Titu Coot, X. B.. handle
land is *U located d as st G11ts c.uw nerd of Pubik county and permit him ta
to heir tome pl ce sear the not* _W. nsinM-' lililo l8'Mpt last M Ifs aav tee and Paul Wilson as lock'I of his office mere effecGLADES -

mad 'rat Dig Bare Bt-aclL 11", 'eentRftd' en :Page t) tenders. LUvetIy.t


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Collection of Orchestral Woman's World Gems of Thought

Musicl'alued at 6 MillionThe

Reclaim Khakis and Navy Blues OUR salvation realize that will come peace when, a*

world's most collection -
much as war, demands the utmost -
of orchestral music is the of the best that we have,

Fkisher Collection in the Free Library For Making Wearing Apparel and for the same reason-that

in Philadelphia, says Collier's. AGE SCRE IQ nothing less will do.-James
Valued at $&000,000, it con-
Released by Western Newspaper Union. Hilton.
tains as many as 100 instrumental
parts of each of some 11,000 or- By VIRGINIA VALE Lrtfa J4atcij The inn epic of our lima it not
(ten "arm and the man," but "took mad
chestral works from over 50 countries June I
Lockhart "
THOUGH the infinitely wider toad
which it lends gratis to or- j of the wellknownGene NOW that many boys have I]f I of tpic.-Thomas Carlyle
chestras when they are unable to is 21 marched home from overseas I Bride ,
only she's Winter
to have friend
secure them elsewhere. had service, many a homemaker has begun II The only way a
quite a career. She made .
is to one.Though
the to wonder
Among hundreds of odd com- her debut at the Metropolitan about the possibility
positions is Charles Ives' Fourth of using those wonderful khaki and jealousy be produced
House when she
Symphony which is performed by Opera was eight; navy blue clothes for something by love as ashes are by fire,

an orchestra divided into three sections since then she's been appearing MefuL It's very true that the fabric yet jealousy extinguishes love

each playing independently in pictures off and on, when in these clothes is much too good : as ashes smother fire.-Mar

in a different rhythm, under its it didn't interfere with her school to be shut up In mothproof bags or i garet of Navarre.
own conductor. work. "All This and Heaven Too," closets. They can be converted into

"Sergeant York" in which she excellent: civilian wearing ap-

played Gary Cooper's young sister, pareL

and others were sandwiched in be- The main problem in using clothIng -

tween being cheer leader at school of this type is to really changethe FM (Happy Days for

appearance, and experience
proves that it can be done. Sad- {Sluggish Folks;

colored olive drab can actually be

I I dyed so you won't know the origin.

And as for navy blue, it's a good

lubstantial color which you prob-

with IIGIIENE vfYONLC ably won't change, especially if you

If FOG catch cold eai3r-oeeanm change the style of the garment
FOG lack aQ the natural A4DVitamtai r rufficiently.
and enerrr-baOdinr. If you've had a WAVE in the VP tN
natural oil need-Ton
rod maybe
amazed b.wS >tts Emolskme family, then you'll be surprised how
11 help, bald ....../1'1. rtomwa / f'j
\ her suit alters
beautifully blue
I and Titutanet. Try it! See wily navy \
,\ many doctors rc>nunend this into something very attractive.

tonic.eood-U'tin Bay at, high your en drunrwt's.T7. food If the girl herself is using the suit, '
I It probably won't need much alter-
l SC0ITS EMULSION ation in fitting. Remove the insignia pink u the Sickens,brings on stomach

1 and add some bright red upsst MOT taste gassy discomfort,
braid around the shoulders and take Dr. CaldweU's famous medidm
JUNE LOCKUART to quickly pull' the meter on lazy "ia-
sleeves or run the braiding all nards", and help yea f.elllri&ht utf

and becoming the best diver on the around the bustline in severalrows chipper sjaia.WL .
swimming team. "The and you'll b. surprised at how CALDWEtL'S is the wonderful scant -
StJoseplnxsmmN Yearling"nd Uistrre contained good old Sjrcf
I Eagle-Lion's "It's a Joke, Son," nicely garment reconverts. Pepsin to make it so easy to take.MANY .
/ \ It's only natural that might I
with you
Kenny Delmar, are her latest DOCTORS use pepsin preparations
WORK I URCEST lULU AlI hesitate at dyeing the heavy olive
Sims. And her chief interest is a la prescriptions to make tee medicine -
former fighter pilot who's a student drab garments but it really can be more palatable and agreeable totake.
So be Uiafcre
done. two your contained -
it Dartmouth. in Syrup Pef'II L

F -*- Wool Dyeing Requires INSIST ON OR. CALDWELL-the favorite -

When Ralph ("Truth or Consequences" with cream-col of million for 50 years, and feel
Simmering 1--
that wholesome relief from constipatioa. -
+ Dimes or ) Edwards and his de- b made by a New Yves finicky children tore it.
important to
ttghtful! wife were guests of honor at points remem- York designer for a winter bridal CAUTION Vie only u directed.
ber when woolens be
a cocktail party in New York the dyeing can town. This gown features a low
Child's Cold ether day some strangers appeared summarized in five steps. These are neckline and closely fitted bodice.
particularly applicable when you
; ; seems they expected to rehearse j
for a wedding in that hotel are dyeing such things as ex-serv-
ice clothing. very smartest things to own. The
MHeSleeps mite, at that time. Edwards swore LAXATIVE
1. Measure the before wonderful of service over-
a ie knew nothing about it, but the garment I quality
suspicious guests, all newspaper dyeing or draw its outline on a coats is excellent material to we j CMU1Htt" SYRUP PEPSIN

didn't large sheet of paper for measuring for them. I
people, believe him, and kept -
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tAt waiting for the gag to come off. purposes. Reclaim 'Those Overcoat I

-*- Fer Smart, Boxy Jackets I HEAD

A few days after "The Private Incidentally, you won't want the I a

al'l'eutrJtes VStiatat : Affairs of Bel Ami" was finished, coat an olive drab. Dye It ma of '

Into upper bro*- d.d.ndbacttoh Ann Dvorak of the cast, divorced the following beautiful colon: navy : COLDS
cilia tibia wits faces like 0 nna- I Leslie Fenton. Then Angela I. i DISCOMFORTS
blue dark
n lil.eonforUafpofibce. green Jade green scarlet -
Irtoot f, Lamsbury divorced Richard Crom- cardinal red dark brown or
welL The film colony waited for the black. Relieved by Modem Way

This wonderful special penaI third split-up-It was the star, Dyeing will be much easier if the At the flrrt m!& or totem of a bee{
tratlng-stimulating action mid many young mothers now mb cb
George Sanders and his wife.
-brought to you only by coat is first ripped at the ams. PBNETRO&vqnjck-.ctinf r.Uaf....i
VIcks VapoRab-works for -*- This makes it less bulky to handle : d.uad white,so pleasant to ns a4M

hours to relieve distress of New Yorkers have been having in the dye bath. And incidentally, effective PE ETRO'S modern-

colds while the child sleeps. a fine time since Edgar Bergen once the ripping is done, a big )obis help type; ,open medkatod up the vapors) nostrils nUattatonm and sootheuppeibreathiDfpsjsafcs. t*

OfW1bymom1I1gmostm1sel7V'CKS arrived, for of coarse Bergen takes out of the way and you can begin .dear the bsadj
of the cold isgone. Charlie McCarthy to parties, and Convert service uniform sewing so much sooner. help quiet couglunf of colds.

Try It Charlie doesn't mind whom he intuits Use a pattern for cutting the coat ENETRO GIVES YOU the borneapproved
tonight : 2. Make sure you have enough dye mutton sort feature: tad.ri.
or how. Didn't pull his punches down to measurements and
Icr the quantity of fabric are your eab&modiation rut.ia to help bnaIup
when NBC gave a press luncheon you have it just as square and boxy as the local congestion tad relive
for him Charlie opened dyeing. Because of their heavy possible with trim shoulder lines. A muscular soreness,if a chest cold diva
weight woolens require more dye per ops. And Peoetro kttp*on working tat
proceedings by exploding at one of double breasted model with large b :e.geaatulataep.Modal
than cottons
yard or rayons.
Buy and Hold YourU. the broadcasting company's vice pearl buttons will look very up-to- soothers everywhere are changing nua
S. Use a simmering temperatureall '
old-fashioned remedies to dean, whit
presidents, and then went on from theminute.If .
S. Savings Bonds during the dyeing period. Usea
large enough vessel for the pur- you don't want a collar on the PENETROSRUBStarts ?}
., -- --- -*- pose so that you can stir the gar- coat, then have it collarless, button-

Jams Paige, star of Warners' ment gently in its dye bath. Avoid ing up high. Make slit or diag-

STOP FALLING HAIR The Time, the Place and the rough treatment as this makes the onal pockets, and plan to wear it

Girl," has been chosen "Golf garment shrink. with a gay scarf and a snappy little GUARANTEED CURE

Why be bald when this old Hawaiian Queen," to reign over the Los An- 4. Remember that wools appear hat. The cost for an outfit of this

Home Remedy guaranteed or geles twenty-first annual open tour- much darker when wet than when type is under five dollars, and you'll

money back. Nothing more to buy. nament in January. And Polly dry. Test a small strip of fabric have both warmth and wear from P q.Jt

Seed fUDO to- Craus, script girl on "My Wild Irish by ironing dry to make sure you the outfit $1.00
Rose, at the same studio, has
have the shade desired. I W. will .aril
Box 785. CHA-3 Hwrahilii.T.H. ym ear fer
been selected for the United States 5. When you are satisfied with I,. cars of that lorribis fuJi.,.
fencing team, for international com- color rinse the thor- yes he aseutary i.gr.diwrb .t
-- the garment Braided RugsYou 110mtall roe bow. s..ct yo.tgams
petition during the 1948 Olympic oughly. Then stretch it to its origi- L wad addr.ucisrlyptir.d,
can do a lot to make your wi" 11.1I0 1IIdot'. kiol w Is.
games. nal proportions, using the pencilled rfircNaa, days c: If lOt norS
home more attractive with braided the .athfi.d
figure or measurements mentioned E row away will b.
provided cllMrfull aed ptOftlptl "fuad.d.C .
rugs, you use gay
It's never happened to anyone above.
but Anne Jeffreys. The day she Iron the woolens while they are colors and good patterns. There'sa R&S COMPANY

starred in "La Tosca" at the Brooklyn just barely damp. Of course you definite place in the bedroom,
I P.o.I.t un Pape..Teem
/ / Academy of Music, with her understand this has to be done witha I den, dressing room and cbiIdren's

cs name on the marquee, it was alsoon pressing cloth or the wool will play room for charming
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the marquee of a movie house develop an ugly shine. .If the garment braided rugs.Nothing .

I\X" nliLt what MILES there, where they were showing has not stretched to its proper is too small or too Relief in 6 Seconds

7 C but-OH MIl So are.,.atle.So Uttie yet RKO's "Vacation in Reno." shape, it can be stretched even I large to use for rug making. .from All 6 usual,tal'f;
f Here is list of .
so firm. So CODftl eDt and more while you are pressing the a some worn-out :
comforting when you need an occasional fabric. f things that are often used: worn ( JCI 'A\serl
laxatlvei Its good to know that After Joan Crawford had given
works with draperies, bedspreads, blankets,
this lasaNn you-DOt ....
aaainat.. )'Ou.. MILES LItTLE PILLSnadit" Van Hefiin four resounding slaps tablecloths, coats, trousers, format A* I COLD\ ...* .
where many harsh lautlfte"pusb. on the cheek for a scene in War- 'e
pleated and P
."Get a packae.from TOUT family gathered TAIUTS OK
draught. CAUTION> Not to ners "Possessed Vas asked, skirts. You can even use towels, Covrtam Tole only sa ,,&
be used when abdominal pains "[lave yon looked at page 121 in
napkins, aprons, blouses and
or other symptom of appendicitis -
are present. the script She hadn't. "Wen, stockings. Don't forget to shop
t Mile rat..I7.Labcratoriea..directed Inc. laid be, "on page 121,1 slap you!" for inexpensive remnants at bar-

Elkbart. lad. gain prictool SORENES

t'7I ::\ Ida Lupino says her current role For a rug that will please you

in "Deep Valley" is one of the when finished, work out a plan

LlTTLEPlLlSin toughest assignments she's ever ahead of time and shape it with

undertaken. She plays an unedu- crayon Then select material A r..am. Mo.eIooId- epeie diet

cated girl of the mountains who's dye it, if necessary, in accord- fag BALSAM and Eminent OF far UTRRHI 91 jrear -It Hanf curtain.ootLiat ord's

afflicted with a stammer. "I have ance with the plan. Before you tansy IIDRlicftUMaa4adIt

very little make-up and no fancy cut the fabric write down the of ova-used and strained muscles

wardrobe to help me," Ida said. number of rows you will need of Takes tbs sting: and itch out ofboraa,
mil itiii in rim w It'll be all acting." She's had each color. scalds. willIS,laMct aDd hive oak and ivy poawainf. aad-
tun eaafia
RHEUMATISMNcuRITISLUMBACo plenty of those frustrated-girl roleson Into fuhionabU dcrAin,. Colors fa a braided rug should chapped akia. Its antiseptic action lesvCM

the screen, does them so well give a feeling of unity. Keep the dogs of infection vbepcver tMeIda
While dyeing win cause some b cat or broken
that people remember large areas quiet in their effect
Jeep a bottle baajy far the
shrinkage the most shrinkage you aasartwa
i and keep colors balanced by repeating .-- of latches ud anrwry. At
can expect of a properly treated garment them with yoar Ldraniat tnal aue bottle ask t
Jean Sablon. the Gallic baritone should not exceed three-quar discrimina bo ahdt sue 65 fc ccoogmr: tat $loZS.

REMEDY is getting a Sinatra type buildup ters of an inch It can certainlybe tion. C1.Co twiFOIU M O.CO.Srsa.ti..Y.
to take him out of the highbrow a lot less if you give the garment Braids may ba made of anywhere SoJe mat.ra III

e iHINCS ELESSED RELIEF department and endear him to the most gentle treatment. from tore to eight strips, .

d a.rg.s.twerrs'1Ir-S.a sera ether folks. His new CBS show is your If you've been following f.utdcn but the aumber of strips does

a Ulna m test M SOWTO ptiasg up a good Hooperattng, impressing news lately, you know that tfae hip not complicate the braiding pros.ens. Bals lT1.
n iu r.apd rr .
a m sat uu uax. the radio world. Mqrr
sawn ills lie k tlltlierait elli i length boxy jacket is erne fit the ;
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JhaL (clad D.llf/lL
tl tLL 9L 50 1 Czechs Back U. S.
; Strip Japs of f Heavy Industry; ... i
FT IS always well to look before Caught in the middle between the Two days without food OF wa
1 U.[ S. and Russia over conflicting ter announced the Commando tc
: ,
you leap, especially if ; Lend-Lease Billion ,
you are jumping at conclu Tops ; trade policies, Czechoslovakia cast an admiring audience;"think of it.

:sions.A her lot with this country in subscribing "Pretty bad" agreed a middle- t

CIO Convention Disavows Reds to the principle of a free exchange aged man; "but how would you
mocking bird can changeits of goods rath- than exclusive like to have fought in the trenches
tune 87 times in 7 min
_It lcwd by W.it.m Newspaper Union. two-way agikrnents. ia Flanders Sometimes we were
utes. Now there's a mark for (EDITOR'S NOTE Wa. ..!*!... are ......... !. the.. ..!..... kcy are *.- .lH Because Czechoslovakia is the up to the waist in icy water and
the average politician to boot ..l ra NtwipaMI t'aI..'* Biwi aaalTlU aa. ..t BtttliarUr af tall .,,, 'a,.,.) week "
.:, most highly developed industrial nation mud for a or more.
at. ,.,. .. "
mM snorted
Oa'A w. -" in Russia's "CaH soldiers!
eastern European yourself
_4"<; ;,: ;
The best work is usually sphere, its decision to accept U. S. i very old man who had hobbledup.

done by those who have trou- trade policies indicates belief that "Pah When I was in the

ble in their busy lives to do it. .:. its real prosperity depends upon Zulu war, a spear knocked me

Sometimes one pays most ; n. ,- _M ti amicable trade relations with the down and pinned me to the ground.I .
for the things one gets for ,; J western powers. Both Britain and lay there for over a week with-

nothing.A '.. 'nP... ,", ,; :- e w France previously accepted the U. S. out food or drink."
nr4' .
day on the planet Pluto I # ... .f'' principle.. "By Jove!" exclaimed the CM -
lasts 250 years. It probablyis .. Long an advocate of the multi- mando. "Painful, wasn't it?"

called Monday.TI1cHonorable'. :I' lateral trade, the U. S. first indicated "Not very," answered the old

'tit' < p' its strong displeasure with ex- man; "only when I laughed.
/ :;t:.r{ !, I clusive agreements when Russia and
Sweden signed such a pact. Exclu-
Refers but [ 1 sive agreements tend to restrict

' To Public Officials : trade, curtail the distribution of vi- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
High .
;/ ; tal material and retard general in-
..) ''f dustrial development.
No American is supposed to be : .,

addressed or referred to by the ... BRITAIN: DOGS, CATS, PETS, ETC.
title "The Honorable" unless he is Laborite Dissent

among the high public officials pUPS Thoroughbred DcwormmL 3 IB*
whose importance automatically 6'4 Evidence of discontent within old. Toy Shepherds Toy Rat..J.rai;
Fox Terrier males. $15;
confers the privilege upon them in the British Labor party over theiovernment' English Buns males $35; female $i.
the Style Manual of the Depart- > foreign policy was C. O. D. Z. C. Va.gkn, OwtBg. e. C.

ment of State, says Collier's. furnished when approximately 100
However, members of congress Laborites refrained from approving HELP WA.\"TED-UEN IEN
the Attlee regime's diplomaticcourse. WANTED Teacher for publie school nu
bestow it widely, recent issues oi sin WeU equipped school. Desirable lr.
the Congressional Record showingthe German housewives shown stealing pieces o* coal from back of tag conditions. Reasonable rates. Acrrj

title used in reference to such emergency fuel track In Frankfurt point up the severe coal shortage While 253 Laborites were joinedby _Glea W. A.Alpla YOUNG..: N. C.Sept..Minutia City 8ea..ls.MM*.

individuals as small-town politicians in the U. S. occupation cone. With cold weather already prevailing, 100 Conservatives in upholding

lawyers and newspaper residents of bomb-wrecked homes are experiencing difficulty keeping the government's hand and voting MISCELLANEOUSFIREWORKS 1
men. warm in gutted and windowless dwellings. down a left-wing resolution that it --

strengthen its collaboration with socialist UERCBANTS. write for price list on Era I
works, pistols and caps Immediately.Supply .
JAPAN LANDLORDS: countries, 100 Laborites sat Limited
Buy wisely for this Christmas by silently. It was their way of reg- GENERAL Dia TRADING.Ula..COMPANY

buy practical, useful gifts that Postwar IndustryFrom On Strike istering their protest in the face of ...... 4W

are sure to please. For example, the blueprint of Japanese Even as OPA officIals in Wash- Attlee's threat of reviving an old TO DEALERS ...", ask for our Close Out
local dealers are featuring two Labor party rule permitting expul- Price List on Novelties including Ladle'.
reparations drawn up by the U. S., ington pondered the realty indus- Missel' and Children's Necl ace.. Men's
timely items you can give to the sion of members disagreeing with and Women's Jewelrv. etc State Tautbuaineu.
the for in-
pattern of the future Japanese try's request a 15 per cent Address "..Icaal. NsvelUti.IM .
smokers on your Christmas list- economy unfolded: crease in rentals landlords were the executive council on major is w.., rink AT*., eel..k.. i, OM*.
Camel and Prince Albert
Cigarettes sues.
Smoking Tobacco. These TO STAY-Handicrafts (Including reported to have closed 300,000 FILM No limit Dozes 127. S3.36: t>>. O.
popsular pearl culture), silk, leather, fish- dwelling units in protest against In defending the government's M.30; 118-61B. 456. Prepaid when e...
brands are all dressed in order. T. KAY SWtEDLN.
up eries, light electrical appliances, ce- government rental ceilings.Ten foreign policy, Attlee stoutly denied accompanies D..L A-1S. L......... Mi*.
special holiday suits ready to
that Britain
thousand units were closedin was playing second fiddle -
ment and building materials, food
give. Camel comes in a handsome YOUR eat 8 exposure Urn beautifully
processing, lumber and sawmill Texas alone, Mrs. Frank Mor- to the U. S. and lining up with developed and printed. Only 25c each
ten-package carton contains America roiL You'll Ilk* the brilliant quality and
ris against Russia. Skirting
of Landlords Inc. of
equipment ceramics coal crude ,
quick return to you.
200 mild mellow cigarettes.And .
criticism against for stand- ....
petroleum, crude rubber processing Texas, declared at a meeting of plans PALM PHOTOS. Baa 1441 Ta fla.
for the pipe-smoker mellow
ardization of British and U.
Prince Albert is available in gold and silver mining and refining the National Apartment Owners as- S. weapons FaD Dy.hg-Army Clothes. Women' Gar-
gay of zinc lead tin sulphur and sociation in Oklahoma City Okla. along American patterns, Attlee menu. Men's Overcoats.;.Draperies.Writ.
colorful one-pound tins. All are sc: for infer pow Fter' Djtr -Cltaa u
pyrite.TO Mrs. Morris Joined some delegates declared that such uniformity slag 137.. Itli N. Chafl._** Bt.. BaltUawt
that additional
attractively packaged no -
would be achieved under the ---- -
in only
for nation-wide striketo
z calling a MAGAZINES-Your choice of 2,900! : ape.ilal .
wrapping is necessary. GO Rubber, aluminum,
remove OPA controls and give collective principle of the United Christmas rates with Ctrirtraas gift
Even space is provided for thegiver's magnesium and arms, ammunitionand I Nations. cards: special military rates, former M
"Merry Christmas" roes implements of war. landlords a free hand in managingtheir CUT*. ASSOCIATED Phone JA. 5350.MAGAZINE

sage. It will take-only a few min- TO BE REDUCED Electric properties.In BISHOPS: SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE ,
utes of time these Washington OPA officials appeared P.O. B.: I 7' AtUata I. OB.
your to pick up iron and
steel ma-
power, copper,
Christmas items unworried over the threatof Rip TotalitarianismDivision SkaiBCataf MMklae. Renew -
popular at your LAWNMOWER
chine tools chemicals heavy electrical

a nation-wide strike, assertingthat edges factory like. Write M. C.
nearest dealer.-Adv. machinery, industrial explo- eviction controls and the high between the western B iait.. 41** Carawall. Berkley, MMn. :,.

sives, communications equipment, rate of property occupancy would democracies and Soviet Russia over BOATS--Rowboat type, 14 foot roMdashinc

railroad equipment and rolling combine to prevent largescaleaction. the rights of the enough for boats fish with camp live rental well.en Durabl cj. flat

Relief At LastForYourCougb Block, shipbuilding and merchant Meanwhile the majority of individual is behind camp beautiful discounts.appearance. Dealer and outboard

shipping. delegates at the Oklahoma City con- their inability to runabouts. Call a fF'iJD .
Commisaioner Faulty L'liCoo M..st D.f*. Ma.GABWOOD.
Reparations vention appeared willing to settle q establish an en-

recommended the early removalof for a 15 per cent rent increase with during peace 15 BOAT .
Just received carload of la-foot models.Oodisplay
material to prevent low from ex- early removal of controls. months after the at LAKE GROOVER. LHJ-UJ
posure and to ease packing difficul. 8,rlBgi. Ga. J. F. GROOVER. Dealer
Creom111:>1on relieves promptly because ties. CIO: end of World War

: it goes right to the seat of the II, the National SEEDS, PLANTS. ETC.
tnJuIlo0 help loeeen and expel Act Against Reds
germ laden phlegm aM aid nature SENATE: Catholic Welfare PANSY PLANTS. St'ele's Uastodoai
to soothe and heal raw. tender. Inflamed Plagued with the problem of com conference de- Jumbo. 5-Inch blooms gorgeous.color BO to..
Selected *
Bilbo Pan to plant. plant
bronchial mucous membranes on munism within its own ranks and clared.In ilioo"t;$3.50.postpetd.WARD'S PAJUr
Tell your druggist] to sell you Long! the target of liberal groups, anxious to avoid the stigma of com- a statement GARDEN a.... .. M..*.. GorglB.
_bottle of CreomWs1on with the undemanding -
you must like the way it Sen. Theodore Bilbo (Dem., Miss.) munism attached to it, the CIO Cardinal signed by 10 lead- .AMARYLLIS for $100. Jumbo BCLBS.sUe Giant Ito Hybrid 3 for 520 50cI ,...
quickly allays the cough or you are came under the double-barreled fire adopted a resolution mildly denouncing Stritch ing cardinals, arch- Send for list of latest hybrids of Hem*
to have your money back. of senate investigating committees.As communist interference in erocallis (day lilies). Black Red. Pink.Purple .
and behalf of .
bishops bishops on and etc. Avirjlli. Gai*>Bi. it
CREOMULSIONfor Bilbo, never lost for words, the union's affairs. 100 Catholic prelates the church- 1 S..*t.. AT*. K. E. EAllaaU.. G..

Ccarfi Chest Colds Bronchitis rumbled his defiance at his inquisitors Drawn up by a special committee men asserted that lasting peace
the senate consisting of three anticommunist -
war, investigating and an equal number of proCommunist could respect only for be the built religious upon,universal politicaland T **************

committee held CIO leaders, the resolu- social freedom of men and not
For Your Future
hearings on chargesthat tion was designed to discourage upon the supreme authority 'of the Buy

he had accepted communist activities while ad- state, reducing the individual to the U.S.SanngsBonds

favors from war vocating no forthright measures level of a cog in a machine. i

- t4 contractors Bilbo was accusedof in 1942. against CIO Red Pres.sympathizers.Philip Murray Rushedby the Headed by Cardinal Stritch of : **************

having received resolution also was presented to Chicago, the churchmen recognizedthe

$25,000 from a group head off a hot floor fight over the necessity of making political or

which constructedair issue, which would point up the extent ;- economic compromises for the goodof FM LOOSE AI Smi7
iry the whole, but they deplored dealings To help remove unalghtrf
of communist in the
fields in Mississippi strength over the rights of Al- -r flak** and keep hair look.
and of havsenator union.In men. fog well roomed. mb IBMOHOtlNl
though Naziism and Fascism, with MAiR TONIC
tog other contracBilbo another move designed to cur
their denial of human freedoms
wi tail use of the CIO for espousing '
tors build an island in a lake on his --- --
crushed in the totalitarian
were war,
hcuse political or non-union causes, the
and erect
estate a
en it executive board tightened its con- Russia, with its equally vicious abnegation of tlliS great tie Ic

i change to CALOX At the same time, the senate campaign trol Hereafter over city the board and state will comman-councils. emerged triumphant of individual and rights waged, has an ICHESTICOLDS

expenditures committee or- aggressive campaign to install its
deer all and act against
s for the tonic effect dered an inquiry into charges that property system in occupied countries, it was
officers of such councils. departingfrom
Bilbo had prevented Negroes from said.
on your smile voting in the primaries to assure national policy.

F.flicirnt Colo*_b-..,... against defeat at their hands. Dom- RADIO: b nhne catgbe_seW.g tagltltiU6
inant Republicans declared that I Stork Flies High I

1 aU Help the remote natural film..bring lojcr of your oat they would fight against Bilbo's seating Keeping It Clean ON giij

smile. if evidence warranted. With i4UlliHg Hull ti.} ifli 11 Reports of a tug-of-war between

2 A special ingredient ia Cabs pealed i. J.. from tit t.*&, fit top-flight comedians and the Na-
encourages ntiar manage.. LEND.LEASE: stork conttnmt to fly kifk ortr tin V S. tional Broadcasting company over WNU 14 4948Backache

1 w tud has a tome effect on pall Stpttmbtr, 1946, wriJ retort the good taste of some of their
...help, make them Sam and Latest TallyBoth numbrr of biribi "Ill' ,b, ftmsut bens gags
rosy.Too up TOUT smil....wiuCaloil Tbd were brought into the open by Vari-
iMiititi in 1915.
first beg* kttping
Tbat Na
the arsenal and granary of the renowned theatrical ing
mrk .SJlJ for pntious
September .lfr
i M..J' r J.s.AkZ L.kr.hri.. the world, the U. S. furnished war- zinc.
rig .e.a 4i &sis.jaro time allies 50H billion dollars in According to the reports Bob

lend-lease aid, latest tallies showed. Hope Rudy Vallee, Phil Harris and

Against this figure, the allies provided Fred Allen are at swords points with May Warn of DUor&Md

7M\ billion dollars in reverse NBC officials over the questionability Kidney Action

YOUR lend-lease. of their jokes. When NBC censors UOOBTB:.vitk Ha Barry aa4 w.ry

EGS fplGC Of the total of 50':i billion dollars, ripped apart his comic version frNnlar ua its nk, tanfop of aipour** *mtitt a-f B--aairtaidnr

food and industrial commodities of "The Hucksters" recently Allen a.-tEiwv* h-rry ___ tk* vrk t
aC ta*kbiBfn.Tby 1 n opt S....*-.
constituted the largest single category was said to have threatened to Quit m-iaiaa a4 fall.. Etc .1_ eat
of supplies. Then came air the network and return to his old 4b i e)apeitia ar-t1IeUf.t3idr

craft and aeronautical stores, ships stand at CBS.Backed Toe nay tugar i un'q b ebrs.
and maritime equipment, tanks by top NBC officials, C. L. ..

and other vehicles, weapons and top of 307JOOO art in the prKtJntf month Menser, who is in charge of the lee tint,palM.narrow, an .er*ftt.Otbar**.
munitions and industrial facilities I ./ August. network's programs, has declared of fcdaty or bladder disorder art_
2 such as tools etc. From ." _w.,. ./ *ro*" 22SJOOOUrtbt there will be no compromises with tiBM TiBBtiOB.barmiag. snap or too tmaaal

Sixty-two per cent or over 31 bit I month dmnmf tin fins fix montht the comedians on the issue of clean Try D..*'. POU. 1lt.*i a.t, tb.btda .
of tbt she birth rttt towed to obomt28JJOOO 7* U pu*.f karmfBt_b.dy
lion dollars went to the British em- ytsr programs despite their fame or pop. _They aa*.ka4 SBBT*taaa bait 1
I i. 7Wjr .J 307JDOO intbt JiMpsI.I Menser l bli An O.am
[)ire. Soviet Russia received over clanty. affirmed his confi- BMiHry* B antvTBl.
hrt_ reportttt. nodal ky Fttafal ears mryvbMbAak
11 billion dollars; France, over 3 Tbt *>_._ prrmmtJ tbtmtnt redo loy- dence that the public will supporthis tv ...*-/ .
LIRA SAVINGS billion; China, l\i billion; South I of toUttrt front ottrsta tn2 lbs efforts to maintain a high stand

America, 500 million and the Netherlands rtturn of troops U miti life brftlfI ard of decency for audiences representative PILLSJ'

!; 248 million. tttounlti I for tbt rims birth rti. of all age groups. I IuT DOANS

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GLADES COUNTY 'bination of all of them and he predicted l Amputees To Obtain assistance in the Library of some II I We need fire protectioa to reforest -

that it would be well along person to/atalog books. Upon motion I non-agricultural cutover land

DEMOCRATMOORE I toward the close of next year, Cars But Must Pass by Snell, seconded by Gormanand now largely idle.

HAVE*. FLORIDA when paper mills had completed the carried that the board pay 60e

installation of additional machinery, Special ExaminationPatrolman .per hour for this work, the superintendent Sgt. and :Mrs D. C. Garner, Mrs.

Entered *f .fcond- lass matter, lay, before the situation would be greatly to seek some qualified Daisy Yoder, Miss Marten Yo.kr-. j

Eaten, Florida at the era the tAct of* eased. A. W. Miller this I I.person for the work. and Billy Brooks of Wee Palm

Congreaa of March S. 18J7. Speaking along the same line, at I week reeeivad the following quest- The board discussed annual trips Beach were here Thanksivlsg Day

the conclusion of Rkheson's talk, ionnaire pertaining to tests for vet- that might be taken" by different for a family reunion at the home

Pablisbed Every Friday By was John H. Perry, owner of West- eran amputees who are entitled to classes during the year and decided of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Yoder. Also

THE GLADES PRINTING CO. !.t'. ern Newspaper Union, a flock of receive new cars under a statuta- upon motion by Gorman, aec-I attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ljrna

CARR SETTLE Publisher Florida weeklies and dailies and tory provision. So far as is Known onded by Snell and carried, Yoder and Richard Yoder of Clew-

long-time publisher who said that there are no amputees. in Glades would be a special privilege of the "ton.

tbe newsprint shortage was largely County but some veteran may have I Sector class only, to have a trip
.M<-rl.U.. Kale.
O.e Year __ I 824 caused by a Canadian cartel an acquaintance in an adjoining providing only one school day is. .. u

which he said he had been fighting county who should be notified.I missed and only one night under
Six M.Db. ______, UfJv1EAND .
since the first World War. Motof The tests will be held in West Palm the supervision and arrangement i (i41t11JUl15 roil. KftllMF-.R
Mil. HtIUM-1 .VMJ
the newsprint of the U S. A. Beach today aad la Fort Myers on I Iof the principal and the class spon. nusr"un- t'\UD !PBfaLlsTuJ.b

come from the Canadian mills. the 9th, Monday Other classes may have the i I Mea. fir..n
_.. ect S. 4
The next speaker on the program Effective immediately, veteran! privilege, if they wish, of a short Cook Pharmaelst-: -_- -- 1.9 4, I -

CJINGS was Floyd Hockenhull of of World War II, who have amputations trip, of no more than a school day'slength Photosnaph -- 152 5, 4
i Translator 2 11 5. 4, a
Chicago, publisher of Circulation of a tag or arm or both providing no classes are Operation NCO 814 4. 3 .:

By Carr Settle 1 1I Management magazine whose talk are entitled to a* automobile or 1 missed, under tile supervision of I U son Pilot .- 772 5. 4. 3 -i.-
OSS S. !
I Portal Clerk 4 '
1I the other conveyance under the Provisions the principal and the class sponsor '
Ito publishers was on bow to i and many other akiUs Qualified Army C
I I ...e money out of circulation. of Public Law 'is, 7 thCongress. All bills presented for payment i Navy Marine or Const Guard veteran ':"I'
Last week-end we were privileged who held any of some 4M occupational "
I I We'll admit that his ideas were The amputee must havea I were approved, upon motion by I specialties for ( months
te attend what was probably sound and workable but there are driver's Ucenae before he te en- Gorman, seconded by Saell and car or more may now enlist in the DeW-'. =
finest session of the Florida Press I' Regular Army at a grade depending
few small papers who would have titled to this car and it moat be riot i the length of your previous ';,"-
Association held with the City upon
ever time to devote to this departmentthat signed by a member of oar Depart- The meeting adjourned on motion i occupational specialty service New .

of :Miami, "The Gorgeous Hl1a8y"l I his program calls for, even _eat. How can we sign it .al*.. by Snell, seconded by Gormanand 1 ties high for Army advancement pay and make the opportuni-an Army c.
1 i
of Holiday fame and long accustomed I =
while we admit that we should we see the applicant drive? We carried. career more ac veancl than k
to Anyway he was an interesting speaker caaaot; therefore all amputee the special grade you will receive -
hostess for
as our oc
and there were,* no doubt, several most take a complete examination We need fire protection to help under this new War Yr'l/

casion. publishers present who will act even if be is holding a valid Flor- grow a home supply of lumber ma-'' regulation.Recruiting Station.Apply at the 21-23-25. Leon ;:.:
It ,
was a
program upon his suggestion with a resultant ida license or a license from any terial. Building, Fort Myera Florida.
start to finish, arranged by President I '..t:
increase in their bank ac other state. ,
Ed Menninger of Stuart and
counts.Dr. Q. How can an examiner give an I
carried out largely through the efforts i
examioatioa to a person who has:
James G. Johnson
of George Hilty and the other regional
members of the Greater Miami Press director of the Wage and Hour Division both legs amputated:
1 A. Advise amputee that our Department CONCERT t
Convention Committee, but we, as of the Department of Labor, FREE BAND

most of the others, got our supreme gave about the kind of a talk one Is sending a car with .
when would have expected from a governmental special attachments throughout estate ;";..;":;"::.::;-;'.;.; i
:, thrill Saturday afternoon ,I
to examine these applicants. ,
! with a motorcycle police escort, we bureau representative, 2 FORTY PIECE BINDS: .
tied up in his own red tape. As Q. Can the examiner give some I 'Y
were escorted from Dinner Key to of the amputees an examination before PahokecHigh School land Belle Glade High School Rand _
Eastern Air Lines field, down Biscayne -I important as this question is in a .
Boulevard and up 36th country weekly office we listenedto the amputee car gets in that DECEMBER 13>>, 1940 :::30 1'. '1. <

Street when traffic was heaviest at him read section 6aa of division vicinity? Memorial Field, Belle Glade ; .:;'

I I 13x:, etc, until we caught ourselves A. Yes, providing the amputeehas >
five o'clock<<: in the afternoon. As Group Singing --Led by Carl MobcrgColonel
oily one leg amputated or one
the scurried from in front of yawning very openly. There were
cars arm; but if he has both legs am- Madson-.ULuita, Georgia.-a great speaker .
questions the
f us, something like waves off the many unanswered by /
talk but there were no questions putated, advise him to wait for the Subject-"What it Means to be an Amcrlfan.'I'fbodr ."
prow of a boat, we couldn't help
but wonder if those folks driving put by the assembled editors at its amputee car. .:\( Invited-Come--Bring the Children fSpon.'iO'I't'd -
Q. Suppose the amputee has aValid .
conclusion.At -
those cars weren't thinking the same by Belle Glade Chamber of Commerce
Florida license when he con-
thing we would have been thinkinghad this point we adjourned for

we been driving one of them. luncheon which was served in the tacts the examiner? C. A. Bailey Program Chairman 1:
A. lie must take the complete ,
We made a leisurely trip down Vanderbilt patio by the lovely .
examination; if the examiner must PHONE: 70
Thursday afternoon, were assignedto swimming pool. We made several
restrict him to certain devices,
a room at the Everglades and circuits of the well-filled pool be-
place restrictions on his license, I
spent the remainder of the evening fore lunch hoping to get a glimpseof :
take his driver's license number,
visiting association friends who had some of the bathing beauties for
full name, and date of birth. Notify
arrived a little early and in visit- which M B is noted but what we !'i.-'
Tallahassee of these restrictionsand
ing the exhibits In Biscayne Park saw would make us not at all
also the County Judge's Office -
commemorating the fiftieth anni- ashamed to don trunks and take a Treat Your :
where he purchased his li-
versary of the Magic City. The display plunge into the waters.
cense.Q. .
was extremely interesting from The luncheon was nice but un- .g;
Can an amputee obtain a car ,
every standpoint but we were soon eventful, some worrying a little for
if the examiner does not place any '
impelled, as was most everyone fear one of the cocoanuts hanging ..
special restrictions on the form -
else, to the broadcasting booth over us might shake loose and give : ', "
which the amputee is holding?
where charming bits of Miami pulchritude ) someone a headache but all got by SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS
A. Yes, if after the examinationis "i
were contesting for the ;safely and soon we were back in
the examiner feels that
given and
title of Television Queen. Television -I the dining room listening to one of OR TO A DELICIOUS )IE.LT AXY TIME DURING _
the amputee does not need any
we might add, has come a long I the most interesting lectures we've TilE WEEK
restrictions, do not place any restrictions .f
way since we first saw an exhibitat ever heard delivered, by Clayton .
on his driver's license or
the Chicago World's Fair in Rand, the fireball editor of a paper EACH ITEM OF FOOD INDIVIDUALLY PRICED
on the form of the amputee.Q. .
1934 but frankly we feel that it out in Gulfport. Miss. and a of '
Suppose the person applies ;
still has quite a distance yet to go. lecturer of national fame. Ills BENT COFFEE IX TOWX J1;
who hag a valid out of State License -
So far as Miami is concerned we topic was "Americanism vs. Com- ;
and needs restrictions, what
can only speak for the past twenty- munism" but he touched only GLADES CAFE 'I
should be done?
one years but progress has certainly briefly on this issue. A master of
A. If he to not a resident" of the
been great in that time. humor and satire he kept his audi-
state of Florida and he needs restrictions W. C. FARABEE
It's rather unusual that a program ence convulsed with laughter the :1f.
advise Sergeant Keith,
for any convention is arranged while he ripped! government" bureaucracy -
Box 389, D Land of the following: A
in such a way that one doesn't and regimentation with his
State where license was issued,
want to miss one bit of it but Ed razor-edged satire. At the close of
1 driver's license number, date of' .
a had done a lot of work in getting the days session we had the pleasureof '
birth, and present address.
ready for this one. Consequently riding back to Miami with him I

there were very few of the gang and during that time we learned

who slept too late Friday morningand that his satirical lectures are for a Count ySchool Board- Get the Habit of Shopping at =

it was only a few minutes past definite purpose He told the editors --fJ

the scheduled time when we were they should wake up and use (Continued from Page 1) ,

assembled in the dining room of the freedom of the press which they sion on the above date with all /

the Vanderbilt over on the Beach enjoy or they deserve to lose It. members present: Elisabeth Ew- The In I

for the opening talk on the program In the afternoon we heard an interesting lag Luveeta Gorman and T. H.Snell .

that by Stuart Rlcheson, vice- forum on advertising rates "Family I FortMyers

president of the Virginia Paper and schedules by R. L. McCarthy The minutes of the last meetingwere I

Company of Tampa and on relationship of the read, and upon i motion by Dept. :

nicbeeon gave something of the press" with news gathering agencies" Snell, seconded by Gorman and carried / ,
by Oliver S, Morton, head of the Store"
background of the shortage of newsprint were approved as read. Fla.

but admittedly could offer Associated Press in Florida. The matter of designation! of I ,

very little hope that it would get We tnmluded the da\ with dinner Depository for 1947 was discussedand

much better or plans for makingit at the man Regis restaurant out upon motion. by Gorman sec :1

better The difficult, he satd, Ion Bu>ra\np. Boulevard which was onded by Snell and carried the First ;

is not any one thing bat i1a om- I ohniasfd b\ a splendid talk by Bank of Clewiston was approved as Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More

such depository
------- -
.... Motion was made by Saell seconded BUY FROM OUR \T\LOGOver 10OOOO Item
by Gorman and carried that the

board purchase from Bill Newton

HOMOGENIZED I Fort Myers, a combination walk-in,

*P-frHze refrigeration unit for

the lunch room at the installed

VITAMIN 'D' MILKAnd price of 1,4$5.60.' this unit to be

installed the week of December

Other Alfar Products 2-7 Discussion ensued as to need, for FLAMING


x Erwin D. Canham, editor of the :

-:U GROCERY AND Christian Science Monitor of Bos- .
ton who had caught a plane the

DRUG STORELFA previous his regular evening news at the broadcast conclusionof to DAIRY fEED 1

fill this Miami engagement His I

talk was very much like one would

expect from a Bostonian who is z

: 1 editor of the world's most correct Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
newspaper but It was most interest

jing. He predicted that the newspapers Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR

| had nothing to fear from Iff

radio and that country weeklies SALE IX THIS AREA
need have no fear that they would 3100RE IIAVE PLANT I*
20 Belle Glade Fla. and
Phone ever be replaced by the daily newspapers jrj

West Palm Beach Fla. WOBURN CHEMICAL *r
CORP. (N. J.)
rj Next week well describe the

I second day and the fun day of the I MOORE ILFLORIDA

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. . . ... Misses Martha Do.... Margie aprons which we have to finish be- eslmiy, "I am demonstrating the

i. v Crass aDd Derethy Amid, aH sta- tare Christmas! Got to work fait! Super Duper electric vacuum deaner. I

I dents at FlerWa State CeBege frWeaea If this tttiie wonder deesat
in ,.q TlEt., .... the PEIiSON \LITTAaswer remoTe every trace of dirt em year

g PERSONAL and SOCIETY JI Tkaak6 mag holidays at tkearhomes. I to last week's perseul- rag Ill eat the whole madWlll '

t I;tty: Opal Raalenoa. Tke indignant housewife left ler
He's cute, bat def! He has dark the ktttheo, returning in a few I
Kenneth Baamgardaer retaraed brows hair-shall we say wavy a miMtee beaiiag a tray coataiate -
**"a"e*******' <<<' '4"W*<<'4Mr Wednesday tight trwm a ........ little bit and the prettiest blue eyes a kettle of ketchup, a Jar of ala.-

*. W. B. irby left tfcfe wuk J. E.. FVienen-----------------1 attended Ute Interstate !Tiatt. of several weeks to km former ever I seen!! He to awe aa Aoaetadeat tare, NIt, 1II '--aad a r.flrtids.
'j home ia Ohio. This is the teal sating A's ia sabteet Ske the asMsMatt
for a visit ia Henderson vilk, N. C. Commerce Commission every dtpseited
I hearing in West Palm Beach Wednesday trip ef the aeries he hat made ia every day. Of coarse we maybe with elnkeratt. care this tricked 's.
Mrs B. D. Lyons and R. Charles l moving from Ohio to Moore Haven. exaggerattag, but .'. aot far the relllac pia and hefted k _.

Harder were visitor* in West Palm1 from doing these things. perW
Beach Wednesday.Mr. I 1 F. D. Yaaa. A. G. Hutchiaeon Mr. aad Mrs. Lawrence H. Bright His favorites are as follows: ".. madam,. ---.. ad tile
I were the wetted gaeeu of Rees Actor Cornel Wild IIIIartJet eaksaaa. "f Isn't laden@Wt
and :
and .... E. P. Ewing art 1 State Eugene ExnerimeataJ Boyles Station visited in Belle the:I Alas at Silver .,..... They made Acu-e.--\U of 'em! Make! I.......
the q by plane aad alee visited Hebe! .
Kettk aid MIL Irene Flaiey were Glade Wednesday.Mr. I eatfagi" esssaasisi .,'
1 MfaM ea Vkanday of mat week. I in Gaiaeevflle before returning Antkor Edgar Allen Pee. "We ata't get a* akA ..
i home.Eageae. IhessaHk
and Mn. John Brown sad: Pastime Gen' nlarea.Likes .-,
Marl W". Matter aDd ..... P. Mks P. E. Laady attended a Hekekak .
with Ute V
D. Tan were ........ visitors is 1 1J'OI't __iup to Fort Mf en WedMn. horns, now T14It'E FOOU H ?ill.\YlS
Mpsea s. Army after serving ia the Nary Keae; can ye. lup.gse'BandieddenFeatly
l.at Weds..My.Mr. sight
certain New York elevator apes-
is spending
dariag the war. a Bases.Favorits .
.-- i ator in aa office bowing oaBroadvay 1oWa
at home before being assigned
and Mn. Charles Fey atOevmtM Lilla....... of AaUaad, to West Palm Beach sad Girl rilaad PeggySUlla. was fed up with tams

vmtted friends here Tuesday Ala. bas arrived to speed tile winter from there probably to a statlea lag foolish .,....... o.e-.
night and Wednesday.AttornjQT wfea Mr aad Mn. W. L. Wen- 8e&8Be has been stationed Come os. kids! He's aot that while his car was waiting oa tk*

....... over ia Texas.BigleCOl hard to guess..i04it street floor for a load of pnslesB..
at a camp
Harry Johnson speat the :- era. a middle-aged woman rtesitd
hoBdaya at'Us borne ia Beta Mr and Mn. & A. WflUamc spent I >; BY TUB JOKBR up aDd ailed ".Ja this car: gW.
Grande.Natkaa. the Tkaakachr ag week..... with I3 (Tasty Mesa) up?" I

Mn. WOUams' sister, Mrs. T. P. DAZESTAFF I A house-to-house ....... tug The operator shook his head ttad. .
Platt. crept Taker and Wlater sad aaUly la Pabaetto. SCHOOL t the bell of "'
a cheap-looking apartment ly. "No, ma'am, Iae...... 'The
Back Cellar MK haiianas visitors \ I As the door opened he t<<*-III a croattowa car."
Wedmaafay ia YissL Sac fields ef Fort Meade spent Jed in a carefully prepared mudball
I tke Taaakacrrla holidays wish bar Editor ._ "_ -_._ Tracy Aag,t which disintegrated and made a I
Mi*. Ctaderetta Platt Mr sad aaat sad \ Editor DeUle Roan 0A I I'I FOR S\LE Fine Gaerasey sowSee
sad ancle. Mr. aad. Mrs. Mack: = mess on the front room rug. "Now 'I
C. Settle.
Mn. Perk Platt vmtton ia G'efM. '
were ----- 'I don't get excited lady; he said
West Pal. Beack Wednesday. She CfcaMOlajtoo

Clerk Cox a ataweat at Statues Tommy Wayaanrrs II III ... ..
:------H-:******4&rtM**** Mr. an* Mn. L. R. Yates sad Uaiventty, DeLaad, .spent thholidays e s lHie _._ Ofml RaalersonI + (

Bkhanl were tawten ia Welt Pala with his parents Mr. and I I ham MtLaughiinCmaics I NOTICE TO HOG OWNERSOn
B- ....1il.MrL JIlL J. B. Cox at Ortoaa. !.4 f'r T. Jean Dupree
'! Until Ck e
aM ... Kobe After were Mr. sad Mn. Carr Settle retara-. Questieo el the "*<* Dean tin Un and after January 2, 194.. I will not be responsible

bsstB = ililas to Pab soft- ed 9aaday from Miami where tkejatteaded r TJ ____ B44ie Robinson for hogs running in my cow &.<.tart". Ft r thirty day' there

. Tawday.s I the fall awetiag of the ogle IU11 will be opportunity given to %i>it the pasture and take out any

Florida Frees Association. I Jean Dnpree bogs with jour mark;;;: on them After the! above date I will be i

Severn Pages ef Aaberadale 1 Sponsor __ MLss Dot 11iUiamsonQlYfmO I obliged to take what measures I see fit to protect the grace in

Neat 3ltlabtpvYg. buss vita ate 1 Mr. sad Mn. Lloyd Famarn and alf my paMum. Location- outh H of t"(1ioD 16, Town.hip 42,
bsrtla. Jiatbats.c faaily and Mn. Ida Have atteadad Range 30.11 plainly fenced.
a faaUly reaaioa at the Done of SENIOR NEWS j

c- Fe" Titan sad P. & Leadyla Mr. sad Mn L. J. Pape ia Clew- (Char Clayton i iAh J. H. Van Cleave
ware fcastetesTw Tampa" Moa oa TlaaabllYiaC. The Seniors are setting bAd
r *...,. Wten and resting this week With our ...*<+tii M-.' KKM : :->:.>*....X-.........".-. '"*'........................ ...- : :-..s...+:+:-
Mrs. G. M. Phillips sad ..... Elsie ciase picnic over and Thanksgiving;

Mrs. Dan Ortffith. Dorfa sad Carl. Lekautn of Naples spent Tuesday also, we have bad a double doseof
toiled relatives in Fort Meade ever sight with Mrs. j. C. SwiadatI wkoaeeonpenied too mach to eat. But we enjoyed

tie TatBkggrrtag holidays.Mr. tkent to West PalE it! I
It I,Beads Wedaeidsy.Mn. We have, as the other classes. Swindall's Service

tad Mn. VeHea Walters and received! oar report cards. A s
temflf tot Saaday with Meads i I Frances Hardy sad Miss downfall ia grades was noticeable
IB L' &ik Miriam Adkias visited reUttre taBrokr01e oa all cards. We hope to bring Station

Yen Beach and Fort them ap next time.
:Mr: aDd Mra. Jets Dowd of: Laaderdale over the Tkaake(*rfae
Naaiee epe&t Thakrtvta Day with IIoIIiIafS.111I' TUB JUNIORS -4
alt IMth,..Mn, Jam R. 1>.)... Sr.I (EMs Stery) dA" = Texaco Oil Products >
**d JtI..'E. S. Wood of Pert Step! Leek! Listen! TIle Jesters
Mr. and Mrs. Pad Hoe sad Brie dyers sad Bolt Wood ef Belle Glade play. 'Where's Grandma win be W.SHIXGXD LUBRICATION "%

Bee ef Jltead eaemt the Taaakcgfrftag -, ... T&aatodTtag Day with :Mr. presented la the high fcckool IJaDHI. aTJUES
wk-.ad with Mr. and Mn. R.I. Mrs Mact: Grease sad Mr. sad .. oa December 12 at 8:" o'- IUTTERIES ACCESSOiiWS '

Ralph Wood. clock. It is eat of the moat tarin-
Ece.As. bag entertainments given here for Your Friendly Service Station

ad )I... T. W. Weeks. IT, II.... ,. A. Pearce and Miss yean sad we cordially invite Ute
sad Manse Aaa of Fort Myera, Jaaalta Para of 0% eekokee spent public to come sad enjoy a good "Wl'LL CLEAN 10CR AVIXDSH1ELD":

seat 7hea** trtag with am par- the holidays with their daughter aadetater. two boss of fun.
tab .... Mrs Billy Pmpkis and Mr Bring year smelling salts and a HOB AHERN Mgr. PHONE 291
......... hankie to cry on and plenty of room

, Mist Margaret tea D* V.... ntara to hold your aides for laughing, for I
Mr. sad Mn. Ben AMenaaa efLake Grandma" is really a human

resume, .4 Saaday her studies to CeOege.at South Ga.Georgia to Placid aaaovace the bid of character and all tile grandchildren :..:.:-:..,..:.: : :..: :..: :.: :-: :.:.:......: : : : :.... :.....: : ............-..:--:( : : : :-: :......-..: :..............."(
!S !:a daughter la the gmkilag hospitalon make life a real problem for her. S
k *
College after spending a me
December 2. Mn. AUermaa ta A good love scene U woven into ;
vacation at bow t '
the former Mies Rkaeette Tareadoe.i the plot which adds interest and ;
charm to the make believe world of i
>' am IH Saaitk left Wednesday i Jaaton. Come one! Come all! Tae

::.:ie: br train for Seattle Juniors will be expecting yon! I SS:- i

r> 'oin his skip after a ) 1'asIa"l :it L.d H..V E L H lJ v
-, .. -ai weeks from Ute U. S. f IRiilM\.NKWs

F':.'"11 I is stttl has a year of aervtee Mildred Close .. *
The rreskaiea an enjoyed theThankagtrng : .y.
\'r- C H Settle sad Mrs. Carr holidays la various
'. aH with turkey (. y
were visitors la West Palm ways, hat surely
St y
L 'n Moaday Mn. Julia Barwto ..... 1
: FROM p
rela- ef the Christmas
has been risitinc We are thinking
\ ..'
\;n to. '\', n day- retarned boat wish them.Mr at two a weeks meeting away.this It.week.. suggested that the !. The Seminole S JewelryJUsT Store

mnn" r, 4
IS l'
"TOMORROWDab ? Kay Saatader and Kaytoen Freshmen have a Christmas party

Claudette Colbfrt-Or Wells 1 laud C.eoI'UdIt arrived..! oa Friday. Dec u. After we est 00t -

News -Slanh of Times I Wednesday. night treat St. Petersburg : know mere about the party we will r.- DIAMOND \lE.' rC -
I sad with 111.... Stargfe weston let you know Met it.aOOl'lt. \ ,-arWtf mXGS i
to Miami to Baead Tkaakagntag. -
:. ,lJ 01 mountings
Taet. tt Wed.. Dec lt-11 ( Jeweled Or }
1I Don't believe anything you hear 1
DMTERRITORY" I Mr sad II' :Wa. M. Adkias of Nor half of what yes see i; /?/ Emblem -0-1'2-

Randolph Scott-Gabby Hays V ere Beach. Mr sad II.... Dong Bat that doesn't go tar eaongh : '.:"_ 31 P.\'i -
Clarke ef Lake Wales sad Mr. sad Believe you me

Cartoon ..... Brie Stalls ef Miami visited Ia this "Saooper" aay time :i :nu t w.\TC1IH. .1LAT(7fEi1fnest J it
If tan tale Bobby ledGe
Mn. Gladys Stalls oa Tkaakagrriag Quality t
Coatrfbatea a angle toe. nlXG
Day. '\.' '
Fri. i. Sat. Dee. 13-14 1v X
Why was Catkbert. so frustrated 'J.' ti'tde Price SETS o oIt
-COLORADO PIONEERS" I Moaday atilt at play practice!
R. Charles Harper of Harpers-
Bill Elliott 'riiie. N. Y., arrived last Wednesday Tracy was so and Twseday. Wonder Psuge : .

for a Ttatt with kh eosin, KD why! It Ej s i
Click do Monday -
What dM Jimmy f
RAIDERS' No S i' Lyons and Mrs Lyeam Mr. tai '
"JL GLE night aader die shade of the .
Mrs Lyons met his pine H West '
I''" oak tree! I f
Palm Beeck. 1/ 4 :
Jessie was seen with whom Saturday }: THE GIFT FOR 4o
night! Aad where did she d PFL\D.t TS

p--Ok. these peeps*! : \\lFEl, DIUGHTEK l I.
DAVE t'S Who is this -( aek" character ( Jewtht aDd

and 'that is ceasing a visor earthquakeat i J; OR GIRL FRIEND I
MACHINERY STOCK or M. H R. 8.* among the real

REPAIR .....* natch'! i 1. <-
I'' <
: Who are the two girls that wishto

Complete Electrical Repair Shop ge to Ciewtetoa high"HtGHTH 1-0. Y .. I Ilt
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\LL WORK C.rAR.lNTEEl (Nelda HowdeaVll' : c: 1"J n. i
I Jimjnle Jenkmt. from Fort My,t
fur FA GLEsTOX, MiuwpfT l3rrtric Dep+utsuent !v ;
amtcrfd o"r cuss week hpae y
CLEWISTON. FLORIDA [en t -rtia :: Co
last SMd we mit here he er.eek WPe .
itIU'.11RLNG ,
a4tltts UI-W II 11 = 111 ... X F ..h .
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I CTtf jIwiC ? A quiz with answers offering ? ,

|i 1.AM1M1hM1M1AAAAM1M1AM1AA AN 0 TilER .M1AAAAAAM1AAAAAAM1AAAAAA information on various subjects ? GOP Sweep Frees Truman

The Question The Answers
: Of Burdensome Program .Ay den

1. Is the atomic theory new? 1. No, it was conceived 2,400 Tales o/ the Town

2. What is the smallest bird in years ago by Democritus. They were a couple of wild kids,

the world? 2. The Cuban hummingbird. By BAUKHAGE and their marriage was made ia
3. What is a Chinook? 3. A type of wind. i I heaven-like lightning. It happenedover
News Analyst and Coellllllor.t .
4. Did a giant one rule Rome? 4. Yes, Emperor Maximin, wbs t t night. Blase Broadwaywas

5. Was the Battle of Bunker Hill was almost 9 feet talL He ate 4C WNU Service, 1616 Eye Street N.W., the slings and arrows which ever. even stunned by the news. Like

fought on Bunker hill in 1775? pounds of meat a day. I Washington D. C. Roosevelt's enemies were wont to impetuous kids they didn't plan very
6. In literature Pegasus is what 5. No. It was fought on nearbyBreed's deflect far in advance and when it came
., WASHINGTON. There is a feel to congress and other government
sort of creature? hill. time to locate an apartment, they
of Christmas in the Washington air agencies will be aimed
7. Where was our Liberty bell 6. A flying hone. found themselves out in the cold.
which is prompted by more than the squarely at the man in the White
cast? 7. England. House." Imposing on the well wishes
: evanescence of the joyous spirit of ,
8. What does 8. A morbid condition of fear
claustrophobiamean ad af friends they drifted from one family
1 That
just try .___ prophesy required no gift
? being in a confined space. H to another. To bystanders
to get onto a of the occult. Mr. Truman knew it
it looked like the marriage would
Connecticut ave then-or I wouldn't have.

nue car headed From now on the President is his wind up on the rocks of Reno. .

I The Right Thing at the Right Time for the F street own man., The legislation he offers Then a strange thing happened. Her

shopping district. whatever its fate may be. will parents, who had disowned her when

When You Know Your Etiquette The White House be moulded to suit his own heart's she wed the guy, suffered a chang

presents its usual desire. He has fought the fight to of hard heart. "Come and live

Send 25 cents coin) for "New Book at decor of pine and the best of his ability assailed from with us," pleaded her mother. Her
TIPS Everyday Etiquette" Print your name father still hated the new soninlawbut
address zone, title of booklet. ribboned wreath. the right and the left and the rear
And, at this writing I as well as the front Now he will allowed him to move in. .

YOR WEEKLY NEWSPAPER SERVICE the chief ten. write his own ticket, be it good or Well the marriage is OK now and

ZIJ W. nUt St. New YKk 11, N. T. ant is, I be'le.re.I bad. Few Presidents have had suchan pretty soon they expect to have at

EENf Enclose 25 cents for "New Book of I dreaming of a opportunity or faced a more apartment all their own. Seem
Everyday Etiquette." Missouri Christ.mss severe test. her mother and father fought night-

Name his ty over the new son-in-law, end now
Presidential Bee mom is Rene>-boundl
Address friends. Baukhace

Whether he Hums in Capitol Dome
spends the holiday beneath his own They were both names on
Washington withdraws from official Broadway. Then they drift-
rooftree or the one which Uncle
Octobass, 13 Feet High, Sam so generously provides, it can activity for the holidays with- ed into other fields. But he

Failure Because of Size be said that it will be a far merrier out getting any real impact of the was so busy with his New York

Etiquette Pays occasion than a year ago. He will advent of the new regime. There nlte spot and she with her
The octobass, a three-stringed has been the preliminary hurly-
be among his friends as well as magazine articles-tht they began -
musical instrument invented in burly of reorganization on Capitol to see less and less of each
who his family, and as one of his official
gal or guy goes
THE Paris in 1849 13 feet in Hill but the old faces
was height same are
other Came the Inevitable.
places and does things is theme circle put it, with his "professed"
and thus required its player to evident and the same old voices They split Didn't see each
who's never fazed by any situ- enemies (the opposite party) in pow-
I stand on a box to bow it and speak. The active Republican lead-
press other for Only recently
ation.If you want to be more popu- er his "unprofessed" enemies (officially rears
its strings with artificial fingers ers in both houses of congress haVe he heard from her. She was
lar better check his friends) having no further
up on your man-
which he moved levers been much in the limelight for
ners. by says 1 opportunity to toss brickbats or so suing him and demanding a size
". S. Collier's. bandy threats about his head. the last year anyhow that they able honk of cash. His hotspot
Owing to its unwieldiness this I merely appear to be stepping up however, is on the rocks
The Weekly Newspaper Service booklet I recall another crisp, cool winter rather than stepping in. It all
giant instrument was a failure seems ne is fiat broke, and he told her
bas the answers. IntruductloDS. dinff. day last February a year ago, when
quite routine and casual. Now look what
dancing letter-writing-many phases and only four were made, three of so. happens.
M everyday etiquette are covered. which are preserved today in mu- we wended our way to the President's There was just a touch of the Instead of collecting alimony

---- seums in Vienna, Paris and Lon weekly press and radio con- excitement of the beginning of a she is so touched by his pitiful
ference. Bemused pansies (I recorded when house and senate
new era
don. plight that she's sending him a
rll4 : I in this ) showed frost-
.II space :
r. steering committees had their first fistful of folding money each
i" J bitten faces in the garden of the meetings and made their first offi-
I week to keep the sheriff from his
White House grounds.We .
.. .. door. .
r/fS This Horns-Mixed were discussing the difficultiesand 7vi1''I'1

differences which President :
lfff/sffS/ffS/S///sSS////fs/J Cough Relief Es Truman already was encounteringat She is a high-salaried buyer for ft

the hands of his own party in department store Been there IDS
The Diplomat Hard To BeatSo congress. years. Well liked. Came a

"Are you sure :jou didn't ask Easy No c{lOkin!:. Saves Dollars. "Congress has to be realistic inan strike and an the sales kelp wsdked

Mrs. Smith for another piece of No matter what you've been using election year," I quoted some- out. The boss asked her if die

rake?" asked Johnny's mother for coughs due to cold., you'll be the one as saying, "They are facing would pinch-hit as a salesgirl until
n-hen he returned from the party. first to admit that this surprising real issues. And the President's program the strike was settled. As a
relict mixed in your own kitchen la she .
personal favpr acquiesced. .
"Yes, Mother, replied Johnny. hard to beat, for real results. isn't realistic."
"I only asked for the recipe so you Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of "Whether or not it is realistic," Three days later she walked Into the

mould make some like it, and she granulated sugar and 1 cup of watera another member of the group replied office with swollen eyes that told cf
few moments, until di & ved. No "
sleepless nights. "I'm resigning,
me two more pieces.
rave "it isn't his program. He Inherited -
cooking is needed-a child could do it. "
she said. "But look, arguedthe
Or you can use corn syrup or liquid it. It's New Deal and New
Test of Time honey instead of sugar syrup. Deal is Old Hat now. It doesn't rep- boss, "you've been with us for
Then put 2% ounces of Pines (obtained resent Harry Truman's ideas at all, years; we've paid you wett Certainly
The but conductor hatjvd bmck the
from any druggist) into a pint
stick with
you can us through
wafer (9 the women peasenfer.This bottle and flU up with your syrup. but he has to go through with it. "
this trouble. "I want to
coin i< no flood," he t.lcllter. This gives you a full pint of really As we look back, it is plain' came t'
'Iff .,..ritHu.RidiadMsr." splendid cough relief-about four the tearful reply, "but for dIMe
she said,ftumimimg ikt tIlDes as much for your money. Tastes enough that whether it was New Bights I've been locked out of my
fine children love It. It never spoils. Deal or what it was, the programof home. husband union ofScial
win. 'ft hy, if dfrd If!!. /( would My is a -
iarc been noticed &..,ere it it Md been You can feel this home mixture the President was one that the and he refuses to sleep under
taking right hold of a couch It people rejected on election day, the
the same roofwith a strike-break.
loosens the phlegm soothes the Irritated -
moral of the the ef-
obligations past,
membranes and helps dear trY"
Mi"I Brass air passages Eases soreness and fect of the pressure groups, the

understand your sister told difficult breathing. and lets you sleep. ukase of the party of bigwigs were
Pinez is a special compound of swept and Harry Truman Senator Taft The town's booking agents are
I musician? away ,
feu was a
I proven ingredients in concentrated guffawing over this. A much
"Well, she said you blow your form. a most reliable soothing agent who didn't want the job that was Politically Cautiouscial disliked colleague is currently
} jwn trumpet." for throat and bronchial irritations.Just thrust upon him when death commended -
> I being sued because be borrowed
it, and if not satisfied,
try your : was made a free man.
money will be refunded. .. .. statements concerning legislation several hundreds from a young
The polar bear has Nature's best The President's satisfaction assistant fired and
and policy. Most of the steps got the guy
Ain coat. But this isn't of much springs not from any spirit of "1 1 had been foreshadowed and the then refused to pay. Camea

/Interest to the woman: who is now Buy and Hold YourU. told you so" burled at his alleged change of venue was not fanfared. letter from the lawyer the other -

discovering that the moths have supporters not from any lack of The last 14 years make up the day, and the booking agent
!hers. S. Savings Bonds loyalty to a cause well lost. It was longest period of lean years that furiously wrote back: "I dare

-- -- -- -- simply the weary but happy Good of any party has suffered. I witnessed yea to take me to court over
relief of a man who, having attempted 'the end of two 12-year drouths the 500 bucks I owe George. Tea

what he knew was an impossibletask through which the Democrats thirsted haven't any proof." And

saw that task ended, and ; close of the one that began then the chump signed bis

friend and foe forced fairly j"f"l, the with William McKinley and ended name! Sohelpmeh

open. with William Howard Taft, when

War Terminated Wilson accompanied the "new freedom" Although the President has no to

.x With to the White House. And the tention of running again, he wffl not
Honeymoon CongressMy next another 12-year period, when 3ffictaDy announce it until the tea

mind goes back to another the New Deal followed Hoover's moments, if at all Because "be

scene shortly before the death of exit.The wants the final say" on the ticket.
President Roosevelt. I sat in the office Democrats had only a short He will oppose Wallace for proMdent

of the vice president talking of interlude at the pie-counter between and James Roosevelt as vke-

days when the caissons went rolling Taft and Harding and their return prez, according to intimates. .
'A* along and both of us many miles in 1933 came in the midst of sucha Political observers say Eleanor

apart rode beside them. We domestic crisis, with the mad Roosevelt is the most popular and

talked also of the then forthcomingSan days of the NRA following on the respected U. S. delegate to the U. N.

Francisco conference of the heels of the bank holiday, that our . 20 million white shirts, they

% l United Nations and Mr. Truman's attention was diverted from pou- say, will be released before the

theme was what he felt to be his ics. But what the Democrats did to Yuletide holidays. Statistics

function. Paradoxically enoughasit the Repubbcan officeholders "wasn't show that three-quarters of aB surplus .

turned out later-it was helping good" as ore Republican put it materials being offered do net

establish liaison between congress recently. He added: "We are going exist as presented. Mostly all con

and the White House comPlement-I to do the same for them." version. The best golfers in the

tag the highly Congress begins with the Repub- land rate Bing Crosby as a three-

Secretary of State Hull which re- lican Presidential plum within eas- handicap man. Wait'll Bob Hofl

sulted in the forging of a bi-parti- ier reach than any which have dan- reads that

Ian foreign policy. And in so shorta gled in many a year and it is no

time after Mr. Truman became wonder many hands are reaching
Rub in Ben-Gay for welcome,fast relief from stiff- Stage Entrance: Burlesque
President that liaison between hopefully for it. In fact, Senator
neck pain. Gentle soothing BetH ay contains up to will celebrate its 50th anniversary -
Capitol Hill and 1600 Pennsylvaniaavenue Vandenberg early sounded the
2V& times more of those.famous pain-relieving agents by having a poll to determine -
snapped in twain, never to warning that more thoughts should
the 10 best comics in
known to all doctors-methyl salicylate and menthol bar-
be reunited. be concentrated on the responsibilities
',-than five other widely offered rub-ins. Insist on lesk. The winner trill be honored -
Three months after the President following the victory of 48, and
the original Baume with a gold putty-cose. .
genuine Ben-Cay, Analgesique.It '
took office I recorded: "The politi- less on the possibilities of 48. for
fast where hurt. Russell Patterson (the Ulastri-
acts you cal armistice in Washington wiH the good of all concerned.The .
tor) and Dong Hertz
aju fir hugs dM to iffiWUTBM. MCSO ACHE ud COlD$. end shortly after the President's battle between the Taftitesand are looking
for a beautiful Negro girl to
JUk fir ml BefrCij for Cafldrw.SenGay. (Truman's) return from Berlin- the anti-Taftites began even "enter in the 1547 Miss America
that time domestic before election and the Ohio
by discontent senator "
beauty contest. Amos 'n
will be crystallizing, the honeymoon himself is so determined that Andy call the depression the
will be on the wane. ." this time he will win the nomination -
good old days when there was
And I then had the temerity to that he leans over backwardto
only a shortage of .
predict that if "the Japanesewar avoid criticism. He refused to Something to recommend money ifyou're

should end within the go on a broadcast for even a three- ia Miami Reach
or nearby
year President Truman will minute statement of Republican : The Community Concert
3 : be stripped of the protecting armor policy and he took off for Central ;f ..uiesi
of the Commander-in-chief. Then America shortly thereafter. !

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I Lesson r ll ,

Br lLU1.Ot.D L. tOHDOTOT. D. XX I The of crack in will in the ,
spread a glass Berry pies run over
Of S Moody Bible lara... c.- .. I I
++weed by 1r..wm 1ie..papu u--. Ian be stopped by scratching an oven but if you will make your JI

/ arc at the end of the break. I I pie in an eight-inch pan, and place

-e- it in a nine-inch pan, you will save

Lesson for December 8 Keep up to date a record of your the work of cleaning the oven.

children's diseases. These will be -

Ltuoo fuWectii tad Scripture text Mctd handy for reference when they are I Lemon juice added to the fruit
u> cowrlxhMd
r by tetaroaOaxiAl
: Urmiiilan. -.- out the fruity flavor. A table-

.. You'll be or two will do the trick-
PAUL ADMONISHESTHE J surprised bow much a spoon
CHURCHES few touches of white win do for a -.-
room. Objecta such as vases, Have you tried serving raw

LESSON TEXT :I-Cortattlaia 11:20-17. .. ."" "i,. tamps and cushions in white re- sliced apples with cheese for des-
tomans 13:13,14: Ephesians fi.U-21. ;. : Sieve a crowded, color-weary room. sert The different textures and
MEMORY SELECTION-Let OS waft> boa 'l. ,, .
:). u ta the dad- Romans 13.U. i' _-o. Touches of white also add a modern flavors of the apples and cheese

., note. afford a very refreshing taste.
Temperance is readily taught i _

from the epistles of Paul for he was

constantly moved by the Holy Spiritto NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS

exhort the churches and individ- II
ual Christians to a careful and ;.lt
worthy walk before God. Gay Animal Head Potholders

In doing so he was not afraid to ...
speak plainly about the use of in- \'- _- you've some ideal gifts for hott-

toxicants. Perhaps his brethren in ,; r day giving, church bazaars, bridge

the ministry today should consider prizes-and for your own kitchen.

him and take courage. < i Actual size is given on the patters

Our lesson is a temperance lesson :. ').;: .' chart
and since twist that \ -' X ''1. .
some word :4' ; i" "... : .
"temperance" to fit almost any kind : : > To obtain: three Animal Pothold.es1Pati&n .
'"' No. 52SO actoal Hze for era.broiderinf.
af indulgence, we should like to ', color chart tend 90 cents t*
Quote a careful evaluation of It by \4 n.n your name address and pat rm

Dr. W. R. White: :7gi 1Iunber.
kc.tJ Due to a& unusually !art. demand ed
'Temperance is a seriously misunderstood current eooditlo&s. sll fct2y more time w
> required ia fiillr orders for a trw at DIe
word. The
best definitionwe :J mot popular patten comber*
know defines it as abstaining __ Seed your order to:
from that which is harmful and

using moderately that which is legitImate Here's an Easy-to-Serve Dinner SEwrvo exacts t.1tEDLEWOQ
WtlU St. CMe *f. tt.Fnclnx .
US loath (
We would not advise a man (See ndpM below) I 10 cent far Patters
to be moderate in teasing a rattle

snake. We would not ten him thatit Simple Dinners LYNN CHAMBER'S IIEJ.'VPot 1<.-

is all right to steal lie or commit N.me

adultery Just so he is temperate Wane tatting to a young bride Roast of Beef Addren -
about it. We would not ten a man recently, she expressed a desire to '
with Prunes
to use dope moderately. We !lam how to entertain nicely, butpimply Browned Spiced Potatoes

could tell a man to be moderate because, as she expressed
Glazed Carrots
about eating meat or any other U, "I don't knowyluch i'J r ""'ru Green Salad

wholesome thing. about cooking 4n 4 Bean-Celery Muffins 8280i A Suggestion to Buyers of
The only way to be temperate but I do so
Coconut CUstard Pie
about liquor is to let it alone! want things to Beverage Country Hams

L The Wr&r and the taste and look J "
Way RUM t Aiktf the "_
Way-to the Church (I Cor. 11:20- wonderful. sired, around the lamb chops before i sI have been protect.
; Well that's
17) a cd from
serving. :t Skipper
There' were a number of disorderly problem all of usptgrt There ;you have meat, potatoes'and br
things about the Corinthian vegetable on one platterl i a
church which needed correction. One thought_to!, every. Makes for easy serving, doesn't it? I _.
bow and then. Its Idea tofcave I COMPOUND
a good
ef these concerned the Lord's Sup The salad is exceedingly simpleto :
all filed that colorful of leftover
some menus scraps
" away
A time which should have arrange and goes well! with the
per. live -
Kt can rely on as being successful to make these gay S& N. J. BODD1E ,
them a blessed unity in fellowship hearty main dish. It may be prepared I 'tM ttrt..w.Wa
both from the standpoint of be- little animal head potholders. Em-
ahead of time on individual I Boa"I D, U...N.C.Here's .
and love had become just theopposite.
C good to lit and looking attract and broider with bits of floss and | t tI i
tive. tar. i
; It was their custom to eat a so- --- -
In in of rutibout
case you're a sort a
i called love feast chilled asparagus on lettuce :ea\"es.
before the
sacrament .
of the : bread
'':. and instead of making it a several food difficulties Lay sliced cucumbers on each side sweeter, tastier

: time of loving and sharing, the rich past take yourself year's in hand and look over, and pour french or thousand island I
ate their sumptuous meals and leta dressing across the center of the FLEISCHMANN'S
pur suggestions today. Tm all forSimplicity : with
brother crust of asparagus.
poor gnaw on a
especially t
in entertaining,
bad.s If you want to serve attractive

. Then feasting led, as it so often if cooking and serving doesn'ttome and dainty biscuits with the dinner, FRESH
to one as easily as seems
here's an idea. Use a recipe for !
does, to excesses. Some became
to others. In that simple
case, plan a
baking powder biscuit dough or get
drunken on he wine and even partook out 1IC
but it
menu, carry
one of the good packaged mixes.
of the Lord's Supper while !n- '
toxicated. lad you'll really get bouquets to go Ron the dough out to V,-mch thick.
: ,4
We are not so much concernedwith Kith itBefore and Spread with melted butter, sprinkle ;
company comes, even with cinnamon and nutmeg. Roll as
the Lord's in this lesson
Supper YEAST
the dinner
before you start getting
for jelly roll. Cut off one-inch pieces
with the behavior ofthose
as we are
Itself have the house linens, tableware -
ole attended. Think of coming and place them, cut side down, in a
and cooking equipment or- baking pan. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes -
to the holy table drunk! II
ier. Once this big worry is out of
in hot
a (400 degree) oven.
seems impossible, and yet it hap
mind, then you can concentrate on I
Serve with if
jelly or jam, you .
pened.Do ,
the cooking itself. Do everything t
wish with butter.A .
or just plain
we cot still let the poor in you possibly can ahead of time so cake des- '.,
is really a simple
our midst shift pretty wen for themselves too much won't be left for the last sert to have with #
The rich flaunt their affluence minute. -
this of dinner
and let the get along on then when type =
poor Make out a schedule of because it v
crust of bread. The church needs things should go in the oven or when eliminates last

to renew its scriptural appreciationof they should be put on the range. Be minute fluster. "" I

what fellowship and communion sure this is worked out in advance Prepare the cake /ta tt IFS FULL STRENGTH so it goes right to work
really means. won't be worried that things t
ia you the day before No waiting. No extra Fleischmann's fresh
I. The Wreng Way and the Right will not an be ready at the same and frost before 1 1i steps.

1VV-ia the Cemmanitf (Rem. 13: time. beginning to cook dinner. i 1i active Yeast helps make bread that's more delicious .

13, 14). I'm going to give simple but festive Orange Flower Cake. and tender, sweeter-tasting every time

This chapter of the epistle to the recipes today because they will Hi caps sifted ute Hear 1i i

Romans concerns the right behaviorof be easy for the novice to prepare, 114 teaspoons biking powder IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-Get

the believer in his civic relation- but Just wait until you see how they li teaspoon salt i Fleischmann'a active fresh Yeast

ships. He is a citizen ef heaven, took on the table. UMMMMMMI 1 teaspoon grated orange rind
Start off with a minted fruit Juice I with the familiar yellow label
but he is also a citizen of the com H cup shortening j
munity in which he lives. as this is refreshing and will 1 cup sugar Dependable-it's been America's Z

The use ef intoxicants which a not take cooking. 2 eggs, unbeaten I favorite for more than 70 years.h4r .

generation ago was a shamefa Chill citrus fruit H cup orange juice

thing is now generally accepted. The joke before serving Sift flour, baking powder and sal

home in which liquor was served pineappleand together. Add orange rind to short' !

was a disgrace; now "cocktail" it orange juiceis hY cuing and cream together thorough... I z

one of the first words children learn. a good com- ly. Add sugar to shortening and II I

What is the explanation? Is liquor bination and a9 cream until fluffy Add eggs, one at ;

any less destructive and demoralizing pour into dainty a time, beating thoroughly after -
classes. Add a each addition. Add sifted drY ingredients .
not! Is it the
Certainly leaves each
few crushed mint to with.
true that people are more candid alternately orange
glass. Serve.Eerrone juice, in small amounts, beating "CoW BU&"GOT
it and is open rather about that what moral they standard dot No, is bound to like lambchops thoroughly after each addition. Pour : HIM DOWN?
and here's a grand way to into i I
cake bake
greased and in
have slipped to the point where they look pans
those chops so they
are no longer ashamed when they prepare a moderate (350 degree) oven for 30
like a roast: minutes. This will make two
should be, if they thought straight! recipe iSCRE
Rout of Lamb. 8-inch 4 :
leek Crown layers. I
Along with the liquor ge aH the
things enumerated in verse 13. Oh, (Serves fi) This cake may be frosted witha QNESrMOScLEsi
C trenched lamb chops fluffy boiled icing and sprinkled j ARE MYSPal.
the awful depth of sex degradation
of plain ordinary indecency and dishonesty MeltHI batter or substitute with orange rind or garnished .Y! I It Iuuda
Salt and pepper with orange segments. Whipped!
It is
of strife and envy. (
not a nice picture, but it is true. Have the butcher trench the lamb cream if available, may also be t i 4e3ed"

The right way is found fat Terse chops. Place them under mod- used. Or, if you prefer, an orange- Poor httle so s h.;ry r

14. It was reading these twe versesin erate broiler heat and broil 8 to 10 flavored butter cream icing may be ; tight they = ...

his mother's open Bible that 14Augvstme minutes each side until they are used with orange segments arranged so tore from hard ; ;

to Christ. He saw and well browned. Baste with melted on top. t hurts him to =

took the right way. Win others dc batter as hey brown. Sprinkle with Orange Frosting.. Mentholitum. Rub it on e 'r

likewise? salt and pepper just before removing 1 scant cap sugar chest, back neck. Its warm .. .. p S A M'bab
from the broiler. H teaspoon salt gently stimulating action ,
UI. Tbe and the &UUWay
Wrong Way
Just before !serving, pile a mound Pinch of cream of tartar kelps lessen congestion rii-
-In the Heart (Eph. Sl-21) ef fluffy mashed potatoes in the 1 egg white ont irritating child's delicate w

This is a personal marten The center of a platter. Stand the lamb 3 utJwpootu orange and lemoa normal skin. At sane time k

man er woman who finds satkfac chops around the mound of potatoes juice, mind comforting vapors lessen f

tioa in wine wants the orereomiai as illustrated, patting them Beat an ingredients together h toohinllpasms. '

power of the narcotic b&antce tc wen iota the potatoes ao they don't top of double boiler until it stands _"'..recce a.,
take away the sense of reap+aae 4. :, faS down. Arrange cooked slivered in peaks. Use on top wad: ia be -

ity for life. It is e week ead kqpe- carrots around the pfetter for the tween layers of cake.

less way to avoid faces* resjrtr. .! vegetables. Place paper frUts, if de- It*]..*** fcr w..... lt' .vM.*r Vmlo. GET MENTHOLATUM QUICK

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VISITORS delivery will be accepted but the Avenue City of Detroit. County of i
Board reserves the right to reject any Wayne State of Michigan ROY dissolved Michigan corporation quired to file an appearance in this'i
{ Visitors and all bids HATTES and MRa ; whose residence is 2012 divert suit in this court on or before
at Williami Hunting and J. E. FRIER. N, Chairman. his wife wnose ROY residenceand HATTEN I Avenue City of Detroit County of ICth day of December 1746.
Fishing Lodge during the past week Glades County Board of post office address Is 498 WARD Wayne LCBLJN State ,of Michigan; ED- The nature of this suit Is to quiet j
Commiesionera. Wolverine Vice-President the title to the following described
mere: E. C. Building City of Ann
Cannack. C. G. Han- a Director of Germain-Werner
Attest: Arbor. County of \\anhtenaw. property, lying being and ritoai lit
hack and R. L. Oliver of Miami; D. S. Weeks Clerk. State of Michigan; SAMUEL E. Construction Co. a dissolved the County of Glades, State of Ptot-
Dee112'. UNDERBILL Michigan corporation whose residence Ida to-wit:
Jasper Roche of Delray Beach Em- and MRS. SAMUEL Is 3010 Calvert Avenue City ;+1
E. UNDERHILL his wife, whoseresidence of Detroit. County of !' All of Section: 16 South of FtfcratiBg -
nett Wayne State
Whitlock Palm Beach; J. R. and post office address of :Michigan ALGER Creek in Towiwhip 40-
Edwards and Callan Skinner of LEGAL NOTICES is c/o Roy Hatten, 408 Wolver VIee-Pre..ldeDt. ; and a Director a COOK of South, Range SI Eat, :'
ine Unilding. City of Ann Arbor Germain-Werner said suit havtag been riled la UM Cte- -
Coral Gables; }Ir. and Mrs. Jack County Washtenaw.., State of a dissolved Michigan Construction Co,. cuit Court of die Twelfth JmUtM
Carter and H .H. Miefciran. ; RAISVERSER corporation Circuit for the State of PhwMa to
Carver of Washington whose residence is 1173
a dissolved Avenue, City of Detroit and for Glades Couat,. whereto Da.dI0.
D. C. Jt1)11111. IIKCIIT Ot- County of
Michigan corporation WIllIaM
EDWARD Click is pHlnMff and
Wayne. I
State of
Tilt !'TTI01" KI.OHIH1 lIM Michigan ED-
ITentdent. Secretary WARD WERXEH, Ix>udon and Yr.VllJiaa LondM s
colt toL..uJts ('utT'.: Treasurer and a Director of GermainWt'rner EDWARD 'wife, et ti, are defenAuite. hetoffi else
!\UTI4'li I IV (11.11\. Construction Co., a LL'BLIALDER 8. COOK as Directors number 8 7-C.
1O.. fa.:-C and Trustees of and for
-- I I Germain-Werner Construction Co. DONE AND ORDERED at ,isue..
wr ctioa of Glades County Board a dissolved Michigan corporation Haven. Glades Cot). State of ._-
<<* CororalwtoBers under C. G. U 2-I DAVID G CLICK Plaintiff ALL PARTIES CLAIMING \TER- |ida. this tM lit" day of No TCMer.
It2t, QUde County EteeUoo Fraeinct EST b>, through, under or against U.,.
J o. 6 (North LaBelle) la altered and vs.WIWAM LOUDON and MRS WILLIAM FOR U.llnl Germain Werner Construction Co., : (SEAL) D. S. WEEKS,
<*Me.d to include Precinct No. t LOVDON. his wife et ai, : a dissolved Michigan corporation : Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Tasmania) and hereafter the com- Defendants : ALL PAKTIEJ, HAVING OR : M<:Ka\'. Mac Far lane. Jackson and
MM precincts will be known* \OTirn TO ITK\K CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT Ferguson,
Preeteet :No. 5. STATE OF FLORIDA TITLE OR INTEREST in the property 1 I:\ Thomas Alexander.Utorrux .
flOeeUoa Precinct No. S so altered 1Il\\) herein described. for PlaintiffS
and eho f:d is described: MRS TO: WILLIAM WILLIAM LOCDON LOCDON, and his HOW ONIY A-J \t"I You and etch of >'<>u are h> rehit',. ..\ lj J2: 2. Dec k. U.u .
at the Southwest Cornr __
of Glades wife whose residence and post office ... I -
County which U the address is 13174 Green Lawn
Sotttfcweat Corner of Section 31. Town- I
fci 41 South. Range 2S East. thence
ran north along the Range line which
.. the West boundary of Glades County /d.wtisl.wlFrom CAN'T SAY ABOUT PROSPERITY BUT
to the r-orthwellt Corner of aid
CoMtjr which U the Northwest Corner I

Itaaffe of 28 Section East:i.run Township thence 40 East South.andalong where I sit... //-Joe 'Marsh Christmas Is Just Around The Corner

the North line f the Count i.
the Northwest Corner of Section b. --- --

Township 41 South. Range 20 Ea-t &HO1 NOW AUIILK \\K IK 11.\\'}; hOME CHOICE ITEMS TO
thence the
run South along Rann"
line to the Northwest Corner of S..TtiB How to OFFEK. PRESENTS::. FOR EVEKY 3IE.MBEK OF Tilt FAMILY
It, Township 40 South. Ranp
a East; thence East along the Northbotwdary --
line of Sections If and : uTcwBBfclp .
4. South Range )0 East t., Stop WorryingI For thoM cold 's ahead we have everyariety of electric
the Northeast Corner Section :1.1. heaters from the bowl type to circulators some two-burner
Township 40 South. Range 30 East Florence kerosene heaters $' t.9d. Perfection kk.type, round
thence South un Section lines!' straight.
to Intersect the South Boundary ofUa4ea guess folks in oar town do about hourafter dinner, and gets his heaters, $S.'d and $10.95.
< County at the Southwest 'or- In our furniture department we hate some of the nicest Simmons
net of Section M, Township 42 South. as muchorrying as in yours-over worrying over in one concentrated
:rta.*e M East thence along the South sofa beds from $40.50 to $97.50.
housing and prices, and crops, and period.When that's over,he relaxes
toovatary of amM County due West to Complete stock of sweaters for comfort
FMft of Beginning" jobs-and the little domestic problems over a friendly glass of beer with jour
Tfcs voting place In said Precinct that are always coming;up. Ma Hoskins-and they talk about Plenty of roaMers (aluminum and enamel) for that Thanksgiving
i X.. S shall be the sane as heretofore or Christmas turkey.
provided by the Commissioner of District Dad Hoskins, who's lived to the pleasant things together,until bed-
In which the Precinct Is located.J. Hunters and fishermen need the: little compact OI Oleman gasstore
E. FRIERSON: Chairman happy age of eighty, has a simple time. $10.00. Can be carried in the pocket.PARKINSON'S.

of Qlades County County.Commissioners Florida formula for stopping worry.About From where I sit,that's as workable -

) A5TBST! : every problem, he asks himself: Is a formula as you could find...

; Dee.D. a-lI-6-Z7.Weeks. Clerk. there anything I can do about itt right down to the mellow glass of I

If there is, he never postpones beer that seems to wink away your

TalUhaasee. KlorMa.November making a decision,or taking necesworries.. I
26th, IMC.SOTICK .

If there isn't anything he can do tL.: iJ/.a"
that the y;; .IT Moore Haven ClewistonWE'LL
NOTICE is hereby given about it, he seta aside a "worrying -
Trustees of the Internal Improvement
FOB of the State of Florida, Pur-

nat to Law. will offer for sale feasfpetltlve Or ..... ...z.... u --. .
bids in Tallahassee. For Ceprright,1945 United States Brewers Foundation
ida at 11:" o'clock A. M. January 7.U4T _
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the land in GLADES COUNTY, i
described as follows:
NXTV of NWU and fractional
8% of NW_. Section 21, Township I
4S south Range 33 East contain-

IBS The M Purchaser acres Is required to pay s t. I

the advertising cost. FILL YOUR ORDERS

rirtrt to reject any and all bidsT .
ORDER of the Trustee of Internal -
Improvement Fund of the Stat I c )
4 l
f l
of Iorida :
Art**: -
V. C. Elliot. Sec. r
Trustees I. 1. Fund. "}
Dec.ll2. Jan. I.


at Its regular meeting 1 jyi- ? }
Monday J mu:irt... 1S47, will receive
sealed off>'r.- f..r the purchase of one t tI
low ModelJ-'.\ fnivercHl "'llIy". though we can't promise to fill all orders immediately
Jeep which it d.u. + n. purch.n for -
each on dtliv r\'.
It IS iXp..ltHi1 til\,,It the 1 l\\,,',it Kllbstanliil I t
"tf i !", iPi-tntMt: early

1 r m fi T J WE; vAtvE coos

FLAME 30"r 3"-2000' I rilAr3 ,
rn l a StAlSSSErJ>S 800r: WM WE
.... MAKE
r..r w s sw..r. D
9 As we've said before, "There simply *IV C m uOFPOUC kElp THIs
Y6 h r w I.r.es la.
...n ., .r. ra a rMrMr I A
aren't enough Chevrolets to Lu R
M..r..rr. new go A
., ar .....r ..rte. r r T
..An Aw.a Ml.nn w.S Lr 1..11 wrrr..rar.Ma around" today. However, we're getting I N

our fair share of Chevrolet's cur-

OH IT ** j* *". r,. **** r .
rent output of passenger cars and

277m AW01L PRODUCTS CO.L trucks. And as conditions improve-as I Y

C7G5 Park.e.. \\'. New York X.J. strikes and shortages decrease and 0 PIUOJlIr

Chevrolet is able to increase its production rolet cars and NOF DEUVEIIY

-we'll get more and more of basis of will be -New Che

; these fine products to deliver to our occupatiayessential I public Pportioned On ,h-

Mark R. Tennant I r. customers. placing orde requirements ces, \leferons'Meanwhile
rs. r Priority
IAee srd we want to assure you of date

Real Estate Broker again that, as long as shortages doexist w0 bRlcrSAII i new

GLADES rorxrv: LANDS we'll continue to apportion our s old 0' the Ch e\lrole, tors

allotted shore of new Chevrolets fairly -me of delivery. authorized and 'l1JcIcs
607 Congress 1114,. Jltend flat Pric K
and equitably among the many customers 0 TRAD CUrrent at

whose friendship and patronage from r-IlISNo
Irode-' >
ore our most prized asset. dl5Pose Ycustomer who In will be ,
We thank you for your patience and tioa Cust at the time ofQe$ not have a req Ufred

loyalty in awaiting delivery of your allowans n ed do h'h original tra car n to

Crump & McLure new Chevrolet. valve atC hon cars will oc.
the es, gIven
time end
of approiJal l
.Vtgincer$ S Suneyors o 'very. fair
Our policy with regard to servicing ORIES

13 N. Ridgewood Dr. -- your present cor it based on the samefundamental -to Purchase access -:-NI 0 CUstomer

SEHI1ING, PL\. : ,,.r principles of fair deal mg deliver), Olles as a COnditipn w'lIL.L"I be asked

r' ing, fair prices and fair play which G of secur-

e e eUoundarf \ :- r govern our policy on new car SlAf'JS OF j

-- deliveries. Bring your car in for informed "'DEllSa

SurTopographic \.y service-today. their orders tI inoovr of us'onJers will
e e fgUest' th e 'rue be

purvey( HEW statu s of

Chevrolet welcome
at Your
DetelopmentCoatetruction Qn Ytime; order

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t Consulting. Service. Christian Chevrolet Company


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