Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00148
 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 13, 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: UF00028301:00148

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I CPA Considers New Sugar Mill Here I I

"WHERE'S GRANDMA" I ,Project I Taken Under <


An ldterid Consideration Wednesday J i iCHRIsTMXs

Virtually the only topic of conversation for the past several I
THURSDAY NIGHTThe days here has been the possibility of a new sugar mill being I _
established near Moore Haven and the attitude of citizens I II
ranges from bib optimism to the lowest range of pessimism :'

Junior. class p.a; > Where 8 1 i Throughout Wednesday afternoon news from Miami was await 1S't'EXnt Caldwell Says Company,
Grandma* played fait night at the! ed OB the fate of the mill before the CPA board for it was ,
Anxious To
school gymnasium before a Large thought a decision would be reached that day. Instead the week the Democrat will Start
aDd appreciative audience board decided to wait a few days to reader a decision. publish its Clui.-.tmas "tst-uc And
1 PlantThe
within Moving
the nest few hours or
The titl role was tAkea by Bettie Such a period of waiting is difficult but is hardly unan days
Robineon and the supporting cast ticipated particularly at a time when so much governmental a rcprrsentalhe will contact -
red tape must be cut in order to begin the business houses for I
well chosen for their any major construction
respective program. The Christmas and New: fear Democrat was informed this
roles new Bill will require a tremendous quantity of I greeting
carried the plot through to cement and ads is morning by the CPA office in Miami
reinforcing steel and as these are two of the most as cu tomary for this sacs -
as hUartoas climax. Mrs. Lillian critical items at the present time it is not strange that the CPA .o.hould"e fail, throughany that the board was now awaitingthe
Goyette was director. is deciding carefully.But reason to contact you and armal of a further breakdown

The school band, under the direction the wL h to of labor and material estimates
yon be
most encouraging note to us i* that the president include drop by
of W. D. Ja .... played of the company which plan to move the mill here from Loui the office before net Thursday from the officials of Rath

Mural W1rM8adauo... and siana sends word that the people of Moore Haven and Glades and pick, out one of the ad. Sugars which was M-hcdukd to be
gifts were pr--ted to several who County are BO sore anxions to obtain this mill than we I mailed from LouUljuut today and

hWorkC if be te there will be I
.1ICC4IH. no too great to overcome. I board on Monday. Mr. Hall, of the

The east of characters was as In this section of the 'glade is a vast area of good I!'Xmas Program To board's office, said that a decisionwould

follows: Grandma, Bettie Kohteson; muckland ready for rajanuSe planting; natural drainage is probably be reached early

Grotch s Blake, Elsie Story; Bob better than in nay other section of the lake area and water Be Given Next (next week.o more regular meetings .

Blake, Jimmy Click; Jack Wortey, control can be more completely obtained and at tar lea cost. f I of the board are wlwduUii until
Then there are thousands of acres of semi-muck Thursday At School
Eddie Bafley; Lucy Kiac. KUsabcthJoas area which can raise plenty of cane. lands in the I January 8 but a promise wa

; Artist Trneadale Doris ---- made to act on this application before .
Griffith. Carol Worley, Cuthben We need have no worry that this land will one day. be A program to be presented by tbe I I the OirbUujM adjournment
exploited. Even
if the
-; do not believe that it will present there venture will be falls through, and we school band and the first four pri- I The Civil Production Admin
: ; tile near future to seize upon the opportunities offered along within mary grades, all under the directtop I istration's district board took under

of w. D. Jack-man bud leader, will ,consideration Wednesday the project:

County Committee I be held in the school gymnasiumnext r of Ruth Sugars of Abbeville sad

.5 : Thnrmdav eveuinc. the daY before :Breux Bridge La. for the >..UStraC- f
rJecbon Is Called the school dismisses for theChristmas tion of a concrete foucda'i! tl for anew

Saturday Morning Absenteeism At SchoolIs State Officials Of holidays.The I sugar mill hire to ml aay- I
program to free to the public proximately a quarter of a mflUo
I Lower This Year WSCS Here Wednesday and all are cordially invited to dollars and an ancoum >'IT.. at sjl.

Notice is being mailed to all attend. the board's decision is expected tM

farmers of the count this week An average of better than 95 percent Mrs. Aiderman, state A Christmas theme will be followed week-end. t

of the annual election to name three of attendance has been reported Mr Adams. state treasurer secretary.and of! with the entire program, the Upon the decision of this heard,

members of the Glades Count t1'OmIt' local school for tbe the Woman's Society of Christian primary grades presenting a Chrtet- thick penctt priorities for such

Agricultural Association for the present school term the best record Service of the Methodist Church, man pageant with all children in critical n>at. mt as cement, rein-

calendar year It 1 7. The e1 lqP for attendance attained in aev- and IQ. >> the grades participating. -BK __ .*.neiaryBf e4Il. 1
Ife : J& '&Uit.. 6& f >l" t- .......- ..-r7. !!3'W* all Gl:, t f l fWsl fie tit\ the n"tDdn

<"_"fl fare* rattm, eowair* %;perl* vn4eat. sigh to hold a meetine wile the' Stenholm Heads New I whMi the add comps r PrOto -

courtroom at the eGIII rthoM local peace mows\ here from LonisUna
Present _bers of the committ This drop in absenteeism: Mrs. church society with which all members was held of at the the. ]Dehydrating Company "and place ot this concrete f..tdation -

are: John Tl *ke, cnairman; Farnam says, Is due to a closer church<< invited } However It is not Hks j, that
attend ,
W. B, Norton Sr.. vice-chairman check on reasons for children b.. Following in Brooksville i fa negative dadsion fron: i'!h teeM,
a brief devotional
service -
ana Fisher W. ing school, tttVI KAfitlnfr .. .ff. .
Aaaje. member. i out of the only excuse and AM -I\"ttw.) A Aanticipated
a business session, Mrs. '
This committee NtOIRm.the.. for being absent Uteees. Barnett conducted a discussion of I.I Frank *.. Stenbolm. until recently ; will mean the; e4

varioas t3 pea of soil conservation The better percentage of attendance the mission book study on India'i an official of the WobwTB i of the project for every effort will

practice and allocates funds tor not only Hips to keep cmas- and her talk was greatly enjoyed i{I Chemical Corporation of Harrison, rontmne to b*. made to get the tai

assistance adder the agriculturalprogram room work functioning more.by all in attendance. A missionary New Jersey and Moore Have, has]iii for tikis sectum.J. .
for the county They also smoothly but also increase the financial from India who had expected become secretary and treasurer of J. E. Frierson. chairman of tboboard

recommmd and administer the help gives the school fromstate to be present, could not arrange her I the Heraando County Cooperative I of county ommttstaners.

government price support program. fund Itinerary in order to include the Association in Brooksville. who has been most active ta et'forU

Lunchroom attendance has also vMt ken. I Operations hare already been to expedite the building of die mJB

Diston Island D. D. been mcreating steadily and lbs The ladies were guests of Mrs. started on the new plant for the here met J. E. CaldweO, protidCMt

average number of burettes surreddaily Ray Yoder and Mrs I. E. Scott at i'dehydrating of citrus pulp and of the sugar corporation sat ot!-

Office To Clewiston is now 216 a venison dinner at the home of sweet potatoes for use In a feed er corporation official in Miami

Mrs Toder.WalkIn. making plant sad plus are betas Wednesday and ,, rt'dttIa them

Th. offices t Diston Island Baptist WMU Met developed for. fertRixer mixing before the CPA board :Membersof

Drainage District, which have been Ice Box mil the board said they were breakIng -
in Moore Haven since the organUation Monday Night President of the Cooperative is all precedent by permitting

of th* district have been moved I Installed At SchoolA Frederick E. 1.1kad vk*-prei- testimony at one of these meetings

to Cfevfetoa; and are temporally The Baptist Woman's Missionary dent is Ned F. Law. bet la hew of the she of the project

in the Office Union met Monday night at the the critical shortage of sugar
Sugar huttdtngunder .
new walk-in ice box gad d.
ee and the
John EtUngton pastorium for a business meetingand New Officers Named general importance that
as temporarysecretary. f rees. unit is being InstaTM this
tby were willing to break
election of officers. precedent
New officer to serve herb week in the lunchroom at the Moore ,For Masonic LodgeMoore and try to iron out some of
Attorney J. M. Cons, who served' Haven school. The coot of this box the
1947 Mrs. more questionable angles. He
were: John Moore, president
until recently as receiver for the was paid fifty
per cent tile
I government said
; Mrs J. C 9+rtadall. vice- Haven apparently all questions
Lodge No F.
district reets&ed aIM : SI.
as secretary and fifty per cent by thecounty
were answered to the
resident Mrs. John Brown complete
; secretary and A. M. last
f after the reftndteg program had; school board. night elected the
i and Mrs. W. L. Wetherlng- i following officers satisfaction and he is op-
been htaugmrated and the receiverdischarged. i ii to serve daring theistic
i :ltoa. treawuer. 1!47: that a favorable report
Glades To Receive win be r.etur&ed.
Following the siness
I T X. Bryant formerly with theUnited meeting I I M. A. Thomas. Worshipful Mas
a social hour wan enjoyed with refreshments ,II Following the meeting Mr. Frier-
state Engineers, has accepted Teachers Salary Fund
the posittoa of snpettnteaientof of pumpkin pie and I I ter.M.. C. Keen Senior Ward**. son conferred for some time with

I the district and assumed the 1 1t whipped cream and coffee served I Ito I TALLAH..UsEEESSI J. K. Beam, Jntor War***. the company officiate before they

duties of the position on December' : Mrs. W. T .Ball. Mrs GeorgeStnrgls ; The W. L. ......,.. Secretary.I. boarded their private plane to retern -

t I 1 He replaces Jimmy Bishop who Mrs. J. W. Cram. Mrs LM. 5th installment of 1C payments fr.. E. Scott, TWM-ieiIV to Louisiana and was told by

l has bold the position for the past Lilly. Mrs. J C Swindall. Mrt. the State Teachers Salary Fund to twtoBatJon of these offieers Caldwell that "people of your section

seiTal months.Christmas H. Btherton Mrs! W. L. Wetherington. the county will be made today. and those to he appointed by the are no more anxious to bare

4 Mrs John Brown and Mrs According! to figures released: master and senior warden, wilt take this mill than we are to p4t It

i Moore yesterdav by superintendent of place before the first+ of the yearthe there.'e
Trees Cannot!
public instruction Colin EBSJ&SB to date yet to be decided. Asked wfcrn work would i'reliably

Cross Quarantine Line Nancy Barber Chosen J tal payment! to the C'1 counties this be started, should a favorable report

month h 11,782,912.89 We teed fire protection to pro- be: r, ied by the bo *tI.
Queen of U. of F. Glades county will receive f!.- I rid feed a4 preteetfcm for gas e Cakrwci. ,a.dhat he would not

..nspector at the tick quarantine I tZn.ff. of which fl,7''.$3 ts for birds tat UIm&& make a sta'>mf'nt he could not lies

hue hers we.o aaVtoed Wednesdaythat GAINESVILLE. Dec 11-("' t iMtmetwna. ] salaries tad u't.esl I I.. to but It ...u t..ir-- -, intHIhn...... ... .. tn.
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there wnht be nor retexatioul t i .. rransportation.rHMi.Ve .
]-LoYeI"II.. r.d Nancy Brber.J f. tart just a- --non after tb- first
ratal to permit the taking of .
Mr. Frierean and closed its or Ih
1 lot Orlando was chosen ,.- ell neason ; year 2f possible
atM eaentvjt.ros
Christmas Wen ) MHrtMB
University of Florida at 6e I this week, about a six-week grind *a'f! ':;- fron Wednes.da earrnFd -
.. ..ne task that any trees.)It -
annual Fall Frolics last week...d. I h-aj:,
This short sceaon to one iadiratinn r; hich iDdlratfod that
15'ithla.... gnrastie.Should a",914, Visitors during the week Williams' .
lit at :
Miss Barber, of ,.. .. ;the E's --,, '
one 23 .. lot the : ;: v 'a assured but the
why company waru fr.i
be seined at the It&tIea.+
was selected faces by Zack ....,. Fishing and Hunting Lodge i! .!tr-r. ;rr a', .< set It WM only! ite-
Thi is an important rulingr.&ny 8IMe ... another location: --""", .-.. ,,- -ru- :
'creatof: the comk strip. ... include Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. star I .nc < 'n-',1"1 ijj CPA However
flea' ...
tree aft transported tanner of LevMaa
>sk of .1 wtio nsvetprerkMUty was s note of f
Hicbhwie counties each Bridgeport, Conn.. Milton Packet.W. optimism :rim
Glades and Other fmalists included four col- BL 1.... of West Pate Bench.I furnished the mill with I the fact that the story had been
yearTh ?egiate; queen eatrauts Betty Jo cane, have begun growing rice and]given! out by Eark Rohbins CJPA;
only evcBtsan 10 this ruling H. L. Barker of Coral Gabte Howard 1
Wilson, Miami University; SfI In .11 esitas. as bigger money crop at tll"lllillrnt director

is for chef wfcKh hare been Meifch. FlsrbU aate Coitus--.. Lantern, J. P. Harrmost and c. time .I The mill! site has no* it* ,et bees

shipped across ire sjuarar.tine area Women JVM Blot Mot..; aft G. Hannock of Miami Valor IUJM.tAl Caidwird;. d'-,i t, Fti-rfti !i Seiected: !tot Caldwell stated that
and .d certlficatt I- !
are auu ji by a Pa- T'MIL: "
ivorsJty of -t. ? IlIt F. Rteth.! r j1 j1Farabee '"fa* tht- coi.sry{ wd; t L',_ tt I'MTtri he wanted it "aa close <<, Moses
this effect .,.. th station

to __ __ i I:
at the petet .t tigress. i of Binsi>sii, Mr. and Mrs +!te haul can as far as thirty miles I I Ito Haven a. possible.-
1j W'IiHcl fire! protection. to ps- the mill and central
j J. PnHser tlrtssse. loading I The ail which the
vide forest .M r, to fwinsji urn] of s. Mr and: hoists company
would be
We need flre protecttos to nfortet arranged ft rat e- ,proposes) to move here began Us'rrtr.dln
Ptxti D. a.. tat ttlp f _Mal.nOY. ,JIlL Berthier of Pert. T i fc | :.' ghcallv sc that n- farmer would 1'
Tj-gTicnltBr.l ruto\er land 't" .. f; season the day after Caldwell -
.. f I. jinn d lfa-.. bare any great haul for his crop tint flew here to confer 15'ttkr t-



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Woman's World mileAwhil II I II

Avoid Last Minute Shopping;

Sew Simple Gifts Home Else Considerate

gutter)-Drunk? He-Didn't you promise to obey
just holding this me on our wedding day?
a friend. She-Certainly; but I didn't want
81 Grrla fiat to start an argument on that day

.} y! Faced
of get out */ tap) Trailers are being taken to UM
neighbor ours
ONE charming this coax*rt very wilds by hunters. What's haadiei
says, "Isn't it funny Waist "
Molding ? than chasing your dinner with the
bow you think your Christmas list .\\ (trying *. putt>, room rShirk
U complete and you find at the last you mind flat- dining

minute you've neglected someone. Work
rye never seen it to fall"I
think most of us have that ex- it is the lower "I've got a pretty food" job. ]
and not the eyes that work in a shirt shop.
perience nearly every year .
"0, I've got a better one. I shirt ,
to do thoughts. Yes, -
then we're in a dither trying "
last minute shopping when every in his mouth. in a workshop.
is completely, ---- --- -- --
thing picked over
and there just isn't enough time to 20 Weight Quickly Relieves Distress ofIfeadcwd
select a proper gift.
There's a solution, however, whichyou'll Sake
find a lot easier to follow thantrJing ne +
to shop. Spend the time at

home and see what you can make SING
out of your sewing basket. There .
art lots of things that can be made 1N1
out of bits of gay cloth or a ball A little -
Of yarn which are welcome fill-in! $ ( eaca nostril pro t
4i DlII1
gifts. = ', : J a peJ4 relieves sniffy stefly
.dWS distress of head
I don't suppose any woman ever b'oss makesbreath1ngea&er.IIsI -
bad enough pot holders, because _-
4hey do get their share of wear, \V4a helps Freest many v'QrIS
fcorching, etc. You can really make colds from developing ( f.I
attractive pot lifters by using odd i U used in time.Try ttlYoall
tits of colorful material, or evenollcloth. Use ttl Follow e
directions la package.
Any neighbor or friend
.will be happy to receive a fresh pair VIgKSVA-YR3-H&

Cf them among her gifts. Mirror Test
Another friend of mine who likes
? a
Children always has plenty of things O 4 ) to come home to?

On hand to give the youngsters when ( a conference with 1g
hey; bring her cookies or do errands easy to get rid
for her. She makes a hobby out of that rob you e

ram dolls which are the most attractive I 1j

things you've ever seen. -sentlbJe. well-bat ,._ .. .... tlft.
Quick to make, too, they're ideal for i Service booklet
the last minute gift. resuSsI )
) to:
String and Stocking Dolls
SERVICE .,.... _.
Use Odd Scraps of MaterialTo + nt_
as.w.n -)49
roaS York 11, N. Y. -,sAwm
make string dolls, gather all far "Beauty and I -..........---..
the bits of odd string you can find. DpIe Excrete" / -------..r.wr ---
ts ........c.G>. ___ _
Wind the both and ..
rr ---r --
thin pieces together, around a small A neat one-piece wool checked !l !MI.ounnMO! In .pr't4
dress is New York designers
presented by
of cardboard which has been ,
piece ::;:-
cut two or three inches long. Tie in the moderate price field. .
In red and black, it is well mold "
--- -
at the top and cut at the bottom.
ed at waist and sides. ble
Divide the thicknesses for arms,
legs and body. Tie at the neck and
waist, clip arms the proper length ougbly before attempting to shape at
and tie. Then tie cff feet for boy them into dolls or other orna lake If from
dolls. Color them by simmering in ments.

dye. Make some red, some green If you are making a dancing doll,
and perhaps others yellow use one pipe cleaner for the head as
If you want to make a glamor and body, another for the arms, birthplaces <<

doll use the sequins from an old I still a fourth another for her for the skirt.dancing A boy legs dancer and $be' i 1 10 WHO TRIED

will take two more for the legs ant! he !

trousers, a part of one pipe cleaner all Prince Albert In your pipe or your papers ud
for the feet, and a part of another don't agree with Jim Van Hook and.Curtis Logan
for scarf and sash. Any combina
.Mi tion of colors may be used. I
Charming pictures can be mad \
from cloth, and they're a nice addi
tion for a youngster's room. Yoi
can use as your guide a page frorr
a child's book. Use thin cotton material
in any desired color, dyed itnecessary
and cut patterns on cloth)
V Y from the picture you are using fog
a model. Mount these on another

piece frame.of cloth and use a simple wove

Discarded terry cloth bath toweh!
Sew instead of ikpping are excellent material for making!!
teddy bears that young fry like tc '
dress as trimming, adding glitter carry with them. There are patterns wsri
here and there on hands toes face available for making the bears or

and body. you can make one of your own if
To make a stocking doll, select a you're good at drawing. It's a good
man's sock or some of the short idea to dye the towel if it's white
socks your son or daughter have and you may use brown or pastels.Be .
used. Clip off the toe part, and use sure to decorate the teddy bear
the material to make fat little arms with a red ribbon tongue, buttor
for the doll. The rest of the foot eyes and red ribbon bow tie. :
should be cut in two and stitched to fl 1 R4 py
make the legs. Stuff with cotton bat- (rN
ting, shape the bead with stitchingand Quickie Gift Ideas R
embroider eyes, nose and iYl F N ME
mouth. Rayon and cotton towelings W ... -
make nice tray or luncheon sets. r '' Wl s 1a0
U you want to dye the sock in a Cut doilies 12 inches by 18 inches
brilliant color, do this before makingthe I and finish off by raveling the '
doll. Scarlet is a good color to :
make The
edges to a fringe. napkins 0 SMOkINO
for doll of this Simmer
use a type. can be made 12 inches by I of
12 inches and may also be rav-
eled. A set of four, six or eight of !

[;J these gift will for make a busy an homemaker.especiallynice I t other brands -Prince Albert's special

Here's a tip for making some before" I crimp cut rolls up into a
C things of odd boxes. Use them I Albert, says neater and firmer cigarette
for lingerie cases, handkerchiefor i: "If the ," says Curtis Logan.
hose containers. Cover them .For pleasureAnd it's great tobatto-
with cloth or wallpaper, and usea '. no mild,cool,and rich tasting

.e lining.contrasting color or print for ; like P.A.I" all the way through

You haven't time to knit mit-
tens? Well then, make them i :
from old sweaters. Cut a pat-
tern slightly larger than hand I -
8 size and machine stitch around
i ..
the pattern to outline the mitten ...
pieces and prevent ravelling. Usea OPtrr' er
For aim.. farftxtrn gifts whipstitch or buttonhole stitch ; e -
in colored for i iI
ing in the dye bath for 8 to 9 minutes contrasting yarn
I finishing the mitten.
will do the trick. The sock
: Another idea for mittens is to
should then be rinsed in cold water "
and allowed to dry thoroughly. make them out of an old suede
Jacket and then sew bits of fur I
Lapel Pins Pictures. around the cuffs, or use fur for i
Teddy Bears Nice, To*.
Decorative head bands are nice
<; White pipe cleaners are Inexpensive for teen-agers and don't take longto
2 I and they can be used to make make. Use embroidered felt in .., .,
J clever lapel ornaments for teenagegirls. bright warm colors, sequins on ..
Simply dye the pipe cleaners a wire frame, or fur or feathers.
I to a desired shade an.11et dry thor- JOY SMOKE

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JaliL :!!&. JhaL I NEWS Gems of Thought !

**I want grow some trees ir .,:, THE most valuable result of

my garden," explained the young is the ability to

woman to the store clerk. "Car Lack of 'Political Sense BEHINTHER make yourself do the thing you

you sell me a few seeds of severa ought to do when it ought to be

varieties?" done, whether you have to do it

Certainty Madam," replied the 'Leads Wallace to Oblivion i iI or not-Huxley.

clerk and he handed her a packetof Then if kid #/ bsd Ie

seeds. I ifbitb Site Uii .t.* .* lba IIU'1
.. 7fcU lab -1fNU .j
"Can you guarantee tb.ceM f By-PAULMALlON strength; .iI m4 ib .g ee.eis :

asked the customer. "1 want to be i By BAUKHAGEnc I .4..s eb..cter ..ore f.JJ, III .

cure they come up." .Aiudvtt and* Commentator.Kishington i Released by ..--.newspaper Vafco.: spirit if inbicb b* \n bisIKMSt. lrsi{.

.-H.at0s> W. MM.
'Y.. Madam can" '
we ; D. C. But he is willing to adopt strange LEWIS WRECKING COAL
"Wffl the trees be tall art thick Those who are right need at
in the trunk?" I WXTJ Service, 1616 Eye Street, N.W., methods to achieve this. (Remember INDUSTRY BY STRIKES talk toodly.If .
the little )
WASHINGTON. Unless some pigs. WASHD\GTON.-KotivatiDg factors -
rDeyw! be." thatit I had but two leave *t ,
his friends
In clear to
strange shift m the tide of national making behind the coal strike can best .
"Very well." concluded the lady affairs takes was his ambition to be secretaryof be told in a personal vein. I do bread, I would sell we and buY

briskly, "then I'll take a hammock place between the commerce he convinced them of not wish to get into an argument hyacinths, for beauty it tile.
at the Y. LUsend it belief They bread of the soul.-The Kene.
sam time a tune these lines his in five propositions. about the stake. I am biased.

are written and were that In the trst place, this strike
1. He believes the capitalistic
when they appear against government was deeply
in print t.hehrr.e system cannot survive anotherwar. stained with politics. Lewis served

that or.ce notice cf the breakage of a con CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMEHT

ill 1 )hrs.tled in t: e l 2. He believes the capitalistic tract with the government a few
headlines, tnauethe I system cannot survive another lays before election His United
financial depression such as we
Paris peace Mine Workers man in West Virginia
went through in the early 30s.
conference.d.: came out against the Democratic
i 3. He is convinced
der and completely -- :, senatorial candidate (who won in- -Maw
country is headed for another EARN 'liilprr-cI Y ,.ftMWla
FvERCY confound i ddentaHy). Lewis is now a Repub CWicret Tile Uacatoe. Matenai*si esa1
ilh TONIC ed the Truir.ar.administratu such depression. lican. He timed his strike politically kets everywhere. Deacra. Mevaaure rrre
i this csca TE MAcuiNY cMPANY
4. He believes that Catastrophe -
n I against a Democratic administration JkK fuss HM.H7. )0. C
Older U UM
people ham be avoided if certain
stamina TOS shoaid-beea._ will be filed ...:1'I I taken. which has chosen to stand up FOR--SALE--: Rests-Barter-- Sfcap MmpteHrrtfc
)air diet lack the natural AADVitamini der -W" and for- simple measures are against him ia a strong way and ftituiT Terms to out IIIQieJH. .
cud eBernr-to-Jdinr. Baukbaje I s. He believes that this end- P 1IhJ'iE'L Pear,-. -....
natural tI b yos.-J.>.uu'5 findwesderfsi gotten by most 1 I which could possibly break his _h ____
6&pabsuld.iw4.-. oa. people who aren't subs.:r tern to the i the perpetuatien of free enter. union: now that election is over. M UE .IG nonn .e1Lag. lis5..rs
rr v. 4ra prise Justifies almost any Send 12.Oe foT large box t. anepat as1.S%
+.tstee to e.ll. 8M this New Republic.I menu' aDd catalog. Gaud ..........t
It Is not In
that respect I am .
differeaeehsyaeon's tb means. 1'it.n"y euplb acs ae. aresas. Tvsae
refer the name Henry Agar
at year druggists t.d*,> As soon as Wallace became secretary biased but solely as regards -- -
Wallace.I GItILLE-Fw pie m wKertrot
of commerce be attempted to Lewis and his tactics. Despite BAR m O. S. s8 bIIIIIdiftIr .... 6atIoH.
have talked with a great many hIs audacity he never lost a stock r fair semraWy Prime mutm
SCOTIS EMULSION men who knew Wallace well. Most reorganize the department along able. Abstract tMe ,,"", Ox
lines which had made the department strike daring the Roosevelt re- well knows Wtanteo I..od IIIbed.JQ M
of them who liked him still like him. 1IItJ' eon
where H CMC** -
of agriculture so successful insofar gime. He always seemed to n rttes MTtbeast of Pert St. 1st.
But the
him in
many who supported between know where the body was hid- A barnin
past follow him no longer.- I as co-operation gov- P. O. BOX den around the White House
ernment and farmers is concerned.One -- -
One of them said
me: of the first steps was to try to When he dune to audacity In the MACHINERY.. & _EQUIP

GDUGHIH6OFCOLDSi "Henry Wallace has been drownedat establish a system of "field agents" matter of hours and wages, ho
\E1r1.T OtTltR".t.ED w r. AUJSCBALMEKS .
;4 last in a Ilea of ideas. He has ([similar to agriculture's county was on sound ground. Some TRACTOR carts 5-4+s W.e.

gone down for the third time and agents). Good men were hard to people turned against him because 0-13 extra bnenwuoul mod t'OI>diOoa.enharO-OP'DIO... PfcURAt trs_ YLF br;.

there" is nobody with a lifeline han- find; it takes time to build such a he called a strike of his SMITH.. 5al1& Gtrc- --
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dy. system. The personnel recruited vital public utility In wartime.I -

I think of two other men. one an under such conditions and within so turned against him when he _u1SCELLTNEOUSwoasixa __
Relieved by Modem Chest Rub experienced government official, a levied a tax on ton of coal ABOCT rower
short a time wouLI be bound to include every
When Eta of coafhinf from colds cause trained another ardent New colts .*..* Mw to pt ass .t 11ooaIId *
children to be sleep many young politician; an many incompetents and thus produced. No labor leader has "'e. Pectprtd see torn RK8EARTB
mothers BOW rub on PENETRO for New Dealer who happens to be open the system to immediate at- a right to levy a consumption US WaI.n ale1., a.st.a. rand.

quick-sctiiir relief BO. deaD and equipped with a mathematical mind tack by an unfriendly congress. Nev- tax, indeed no one has except a BEAUTIFUL: Animator Skin EtandDMa SS
white. M ptenMTit to ma and so effective steel she shoes w match verr sheer*ofce
sharp each of these
as a trap- ;
PE. ETRO'S modern-type,medicated ertheless, Wallace pushed the ideaas government. When he did that ; ctockaifs S2.SO pair. Gifts. PaHmUr
vapors rtletaf at once to aootfas men followed Henry Wallace a long far as he could during his tenurer for what he called a welfare *. Cx,.rt. CM Emu, Hava**. Cafe*.

irritated upper bronchial tubes,dear tb. way. But each man at one point of office. This, his critics say fond he pot himself in the class nUll 1 No limit. Dose lIt 113ih UD40B,

bead, reheve'd throat quirt ,the help ooogiunf.P get upatxkr In his career suddenly stopped showed his inability to perform in a with Petrillg as a Little Caesar. $4JO accompanies: llt-CU.order.M.St T.Prepaid RAT .sSea"EOI....,

]#NFTRO GlYOU the faome- aghast at one of Wallace's self-cre field with which he was unfamiliar, De" A-ii. .......rw.. atlas.ATO .
approved mutton suet feature: and tontifie ated misadventures, shrugged his DIL REPLACING COAL
showed his lack of
: "political sense"or ..
medication: rube in to help break shoulders and regretfully turned Soft coal is consumed these days 1C-StramtH 4 s.ts.e M insw.Ighs
Ala reducing. Ns **iapparatus. w
if CaislBC.
( will his failure to
th.local and relieve you grasp
op congestion mss
mostly by middle class or poor Send KZ.OO tor book.
coiar ebsst oolda.And Penetpo away. the of .
soreneai of complexities inter-personal LEONARD GREEN. Jks in. K rwal>
: keep es ironing tat hours eacourrerTwbera : One of the first criticisms you bear relations). people, and by public utilities tike

....-tIu1.Jeo.p.htaayawdeaaaotbeta from Wallace's political friends is the railroads and steam electricpower1 ETC.PAXST
Like other who have SEEDS PLANTS, .
many men
are changing to dean
that he has plants. The well-to-do and
no political sense.
As been thrust into high garermnent of- successful people and concerns al- PLANTS Swiss ClaM. S9 .*..
head of the of
department -
PENETRDH RUB agriculture
fices lslpostage.
without sufficient political experience dozen. per 100. alaflaw Uc psi
have found oil burners to be .aJr ,.
Wallace, according to most ready *. Shasta Dana IMpxipmm -
... .. .. be attempted to absorb EBClufc Datsj. Holiybseks m4
------ disinterested observers! was a success more reliable than coal and they
that experience vicariously. The other. Annual Belts, ras.eq
rely on this higher cost heat. :=:. FfcutlM lain.!
as a policy-maker and an ad- very feet that be lacked an under Stock. Garden '

MORNINGsYHHUTTlEGEUSOFCCUfOfiT ministrator. (Don't bring up the standing of political and personalrelations Peacetime production of coal Is WUON GARDE3I CKKV1CXIMri
Ik R.4.Bx.*U-A. Js4kM Ti*..Vav
little did that
pigs-he against 25
about the
everyone caused him to accept advisors now same as years ago

I of his natural predilections.. and r>rain_1Vwe wile. fi. iiiian.t_ but the value has fallen consider-

S As secretary of commerce he was ii led him astray.--Perhaps-if ; ably. Anyway, railroad rates to U. S. Savings Bonds

\ a dismal failure. I had been less advised his conduct onsumers and the electrical rates

Wallace did understand agriculture would have been less iD-advised. largely are fixed by government

agriculturists (farmers) and commissions on the basis of costs.

So Uttle MILES bnt-OH UTTLE MY!What PILLS difference can- agronomy. He believed that he had I' Nation Keep Jealous Therefore a strike in coal falls almost tREUEF IF PJI

} snake when YOU need an occasionallaiatlve (and has) the correct formulafor entirely upon two classes of at bewiacbe or cards pdnful
what a Joy to feel solving the economic (business) Eye on Antarctica citizens (not the coal management, miseries, monthly foDctoons.THEQUinnETS.

regular again'.blastln, without" sometimes the har h.suddea Ills of the country. But what be Adm. Richard Byrd is about to which has long since proved to weakto st.Josep1J.ASPIRII i

caused by powrrf$ tt .So didn't realize was that he was handi- take off again for Antarctica witha fight Lewis, who has caused the --- -

try the Uxadre that work title capped by what is incorrectly called horde of anxious nations worried mines to be operated since April by

you not thrmtfh you. Made by an "inferiority complex" when it to death lest he ran away with the the federal government). These two
the folLa mho mats AtVa-Seltrer. with human beings five million miles of classes af- Q 4 t/j
SoU by your family druggist comes to dealing square ice- are: those who cannot

c.urnos-lIi.t to be used when who made the wheels of busi- capped 'rock which covers the south ford better fuel and the electrical _

abdominal pain or other symptoms ness go round. He had a strange polar regions as the dew covers consumers the travelers and freight

of Tab appendicitis only m* dirrrMrfMD are present and deep suspicion of the business I Dixie (but different!). rate payers (you all pay this in the

LaboratortBv lac. Ekhart. ....- world. Perhaps that wasn't so I The foreign claims are legitimate price of your goods). Against these hiray**M taM KTMt n*Is..

G\ strange for it reflects the natural I enough, for daring explorers have people Lewis has staged five strikesin COUGHSdCDLDSOiII'M

attitude of the farmer toward the been nibbling at that price of frostbitten the past nine years, while constantly

"city slicker." Perhaps it was an- plateau (bigger than Europe) failing to keep up the value ItI

other phase of that "shyness" which ever since John Briscoe actually discovered of his product (Value of our total MUSTEROLEin

_.- .----- characterised Wallace. what was given the name of soft coal production of 418 million

-- Let's look at this Ms piciDm" business Enderby land in the early nineteenth tons in 1921 was $1,159,184,000 while

Buy and Hold YourU. : century. Many others followed but the total value of Just about the

S. Bonds few took the keen interest in the same amount 460 million tons in
Savings On one of several occasions. Wallace 7IIluiSufl I.
Antarctic waste that Admiral Byrd 1949 was less$879,000,000.Lewis .)
----- as secretary of commerce addressed -
did although he didn't turn in that ...! ann ia run w
a prominent group of conservative actually has priced coal
"S ut ed-Up"NoeHeodothe? direction until after he had flown RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUM&ACO l
business men. His colleagues out of its normal expectations ofcrusaded
I e watched the event with considerable over the North Pole. ass ar&rmtt better

iia sI day, May 9. 1926. I was keeping
group wo? unsympathetic to Wallace culminating In a strike
'.. I and that Wallace knew it. However watch in the Washington office of a against government He hat .
1:9"D'AUTIOIII18f1I feature syndicate which had the
/a./otp.trrsrus ..116 it orovided an opportunity to considerably abandoned demands
M a wmwU 4.. tu.m a U9titC.sMa / rights to Byrd's adven ores. We
create a friendly atmosphere, if based upon earnings of
tole ado a d.eckd knew be was going to hop off for
nothing more. Wallace made a swell the companies (the old plea of : aIargs

spt-ech. Hs colleagues were agar ,! the Floyd pole Bennett from SpiUbergen but with onions to capture earning) and Mtsss_-... !-...I...clot
.Mv His audience soon, we didn'tknow wants coal prices which win
? surprised was I now a UliaL IU IU U IIUCTII*
r.lrv.ost capitivated. la fact, as the when.Messenger. meet his demands. Against each I U It* am nm R BU......si ate

a --.! tne listeners showed that Wal.e's I dropping unimportant messages on if not waning industry the public -
4 e r the particular deck which I occupied -- -- -= + =--
!>-- .h views were weD received has taken steps. V: t4Wa'tch'.Yo SO-N
I and I hardly glanced up when one. T-
.. were ar.vtr.ng but inimical to business ---
h Many of the ideas he advanced still soggy. was tossed within my LEWIS RIDING TO A FALL
'J sound j reach. I finished the last episode The railroads and electrical companies > -
were accepted as ,
.. sane and sensible. So far-so good. I of the comic strip I was studying are perhaps the largest usen Y

r.t Wallace reached the end of his prepared and opened the envelope. It contained of coal and they are developing other

script and then suddenly I one word. "poterts." means. Electrification of the Penn Kidneys/

p with That was the code word that sylvania railroad has turned out weD
this defensive Them
"r overcome strange help OcaUDM the Blsa4f
-ll I meant that Byrd had flown over the and diesel locomotives are handling
complex this "sussicJen, said Harmful Body Vaa4Tsmr .
North Pole and was back alive. and freight traffic efficiently
passenger -
something to this effect: "Tonight tidaem an snsstsstty Btsrtacaatsisaaif
CA LOX I have probably wasted your time I On November 29 three years later and increasingly. Water. tasaiSBd Straus.M.
be flew the Sooth Pole. Tte ki4 ysoaWat.rgtitbetsw5ders.t
change to over power development is cutting down
and raise, for I realize that )IOUCXItJ1dD't set ss Nuan Ltod.-fd *.err
flight was only a small part of ex- need for stand-by steam plants and awv tKpmmM Ust. 8 ratsteai. maoisca
i possibly agree with me nor tended made two tas*ram ... apex Us *kaa>
for the uc effect I with you." The vrfeok effect was explorations on Seal steam plantsNow c 07 atseaasry.i .

nnned. separate expeditions.Now little and big Caesars always SM7 W aanbt=
on our smile ps.uat sdsrki.sH>! sf
) Byrd is off again, with jealous -
till themselves
by taking |MUs- '
., W = is Paged
Cfinml f A s mrk1 ie.teem Intimates Admire competitors watching him -tIt In too math territory by wantmg adar mmnm
His af .>, ad .........
J lie!;- remove 61a...briaa 0Iit "'allace'. IntegrityMen jealous concern. with expedition too ranch, and Lewis is get O.dip..11 kidavr ar ..... dh>
probably will be met mixed
srdar srs sanrty st
all the Bamral haste of tout ting himself to this poiat now. vastt.bwIie&
who know Wallace best I who las trsassi
.-Jc. agree emotions by the penguins are U the Democrats do not get him Tkarss.>mldssaaasbtUa. aisaitriita
2 ingredient ia Calm that be is absolutely honest, that the only lnanai -kloking inhabitantsof .at h vttar Uaa. hstlaH. BBS
A special: inevitable
eacoarscet rr W ........ he >s unselftih. that he can be avery I Antarctica. Byrd's first visit wasa progress eveit Dna'. >' &..Dva".....a Was wbaOaj'
most restrict his economic sig sew Irtsass te new Uan Isrty ysaavTWy
wind baa a cook effect fta goo deep student of a subject which novelty to those decorous birds ksTs a oat.-.Ns ..wssti.ztw
sad nificance. I think the misers
..helps side them mHewwa tea interests him that he has a power.M who never go out except in formal ww- -4 b.nrs. td t=r"
fm,.Toot tp your largely Lave sees this earning 1.moy net Aal
CalotMa4 ambition to be a leader of Use evening attire but I imagine hemosap.iers
and ia recent yean have
-1- AIcL..e id+.,.... forces that will preserve old-fashf has beeome t. them just aa- iYiftJi1
t : branched oat iata fuming and ,
IU tea f'T / pi+ sf iwari+rf I ioned American free enterprise and ether sap who has to.go-,a when other enterprises. :

competitive capitalistic endeavor. it sn ws.



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GLADES COUNTY best details of the finer tracks of i really more interesting than the not get away.It POLLY PIGTAIL CLUB
this country, England and France. i grounds The group stopped here was the first trip of many editors -

DEMOCRAT From here our course was to Coral 1 for some time to rest and to par- of the state to Miami and they This week the Polly Pigtail gins

MOORE HAVE*. FLORIDA I Gables for a tour of this beauti-I take of refreshments of orange were loud in praise of the hospitality welcomed Phyllis Hewdeshell. c ...
ful suburb. Our program called fora j juice. accorded us. And while we're
lyn Journigan and Barbara Du sea
Entered a. .econd-elau matter. Mar stop _here at the University for Finally the crowd was rounded commending the City of Miami and I as new members This time we>
., 1>27 at the Poctofflcc at Moor. unch But we passed on by the I up once more and it was then we the County of Dade for their hospitality .

.Raven....qrea.. Florida of March under I. 18J7.Pabll the. Act of buildings in town that had been the lad the supreme thrill of being we'd also like to express went to our new clubhouse. M...

University as we had known it and taken through town on the double- appreciation to Ed Menninger and I Taylor and Mrs. Lee served retrsahraents .

.ht4 Every Friday By very soon bad left the town behind quick, with a police escort stopping George Hilty for their work in .

THE GLADES PRINTING CO. I.e. Suddenly we came upon a group of for nothing until a switch engine perfecting arrangements for a I -Gloria Casoa.
wooden barracks resembling a very never-to-be forgotten convention.
CARR SETTLE. Publisher crossed our path on 36th StEven .
well kept army installation and the I I -
the cope sires bad BO effect -- -- -- -- -- -- --
- -- - -
motorcade came to a halt. There 00 the engine Darkness WM justbeginning
SattHrlptl.. Rainy we were Joined by a group of
oar Tear8U __ to fall aa we parked in
friendly young fellow. who explained front of the Eastern Air Lines administration
M .. ills that we were being escorted over battdtng Treat Your' Family

the site of the new University of
Here we were divided into groups
Miami. Soon we were dodging
of about ten to a group and each
chunks of concrete and steppingover
group was given a guide for a tour TO OM: OF ont
scantlings as we made our
v1EANDE'lINGS of the magnificent shops maintained -
way into an eaormou's structure
by this corporation. Much of SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS
By Carr Settle now under construction which will
what we saw was pure Greek to
be one of the main buildings in
those not mechanically minded but OK TO .V DELICIOUS MLLT \M TIME DUHINQ
what will be, if the present plans
there was enough sank in to -
Its surprising how easy it is to are carried to completion. Florida's everyone's THE ArFKKAC1I
brain to assure them that their
get up early in the morning when greatest university. In the building -
you're looking forward to an in- we visited there were classrooms lines take no chances with the ITEM OF 1001) 1ND1\H>1LL1'IIILKD

terwting day and most of the pressgang all reached from an outside safety of their passengers, the engines
being yanked out after 900 BEsT COFFEE: IN TOWN
was at the McAllister at eight porch (there will be no corridors
hours operation to be thoroughly
o'eJock to start the day's tour of inside the buildings) aad our
verhaaled And the equipment at
DaM County guide explained that the big holesin GLADES CAFE

There were two buses provided the ceilings of the rooms would I hand permits overhauling in such a

not enough accommodations for the contain a new kind of light that is :'way that the engine is eyeD better \v r.! \ t\rI]:i 1.

entire group so some of us rode in automatic:; that is, the lights grow than new when placed hack in the

private cars and made quite a automatically brighter. the day plane. We were told also, that all

motorcade as we set out for the grows darker. Fascinating isn't if I maintenance operations were taken ,
in Miami - -
of -
About that time we spied Dr. Bow care only emergency
Bead1 and breakfast at the Mc-
.man Ashe, University president and repairs being made in the plants at
Fadden-Deanrille George HUty, .
asked him how many students were he larger cities touched bines > the
with County Commissioner McVicar, :
enrolled there this and were .
led the way and a couple of motorcycle year
for hardly prepared to hear that there That night \'e were guests of the .
cope cleared the way us I
are now 5(90 students attending the airlines in their spacious cafeteriafor !
so that none was too hungry when FLAMiNGO
university of Miami and they're dinner and airline officials
we arrived at our destination I
scattered over twenty miles from spoke proudly of the accomplish j
The of had had I}
worry I
the north campus at Coral Gables meats of tM line and gave some i
that our host noted physical through the main campus where we hint of what might be aBticipat..dfrom I .
turist Bernarr McFadden, il
C1II-1 were to the Rich..oDdir base air travel in the future
give us prune Juice and spinach which has recently been taken over The high point of this dinnerwas I.
ad for breakfast '
was soon
by the University. It must be some when Governor Thomas, E DAIRY FEEDRoughage
for down nice 'I
we sat to a
break-I transportation problem to move Dewey[ and Mrs. Dewey. arrived by
fast after taking a few
I those students from one classroomto plane at the airport and were
look around the hotel and grounds.I
another. The Richmond base brought into the dinner, the Gov-
After breakfast came the brief was a perfect set-up for the Univer ernor speaking for a few minutesto and Concentrated Feeds

business session of the Press Association sity's use and it was there in the the assemblage of editors. Given

President Ed pushing school cafeteria that we enjoyed a a tremendous ovation upon his en- Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
things through as rapidly as possible delightful luncheon and talk by Dr. try into the room the Governor said

to the moment when the new Ache who explained the school's that he had hardly expected to I FOR SALE IX THIS AREA AT DEHYDUAIINQ PLANT IX

president, Lloyd Herrin of Calla- program and objectives. Someone receive such a welcome from a 1 MOORE HAVES

han took the gavel. When the had asked how the gigantic build- group of Democratic editors. Capt I

business session ended we took a ing program would be financed and Eddie Rickenbacker president uf;I WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

run upstairs to look at the hotel's Dr. Ashe disclosed that receipts EAL had intended being presentfor .

beautiful swimming pool before from donors were averaging $3,00per the dinner but was in a business I I MOORE HAVEN, FLORlD.I

boarding the bus for the next leg day at the present time. You conference in New York and could

of our journey to the Hialeah racetrack may recall that the university was
where many of the editors started during the 1925 boom and

had their first view of America's that the one unfinished building

"greatest vacuum cleaner," wherea has stood Just outride Coral Gablesall

goodly share of the dollars of the these years, a gigantic architec- -

sporting tourist are taken in in state tural skeleton. Now it is to be I

taxes and distributed to keep most finished and the new University

of the small Florida counties operating built around this building. U r Lc

As is the case with most After saying goodbye to f

visitors to Hialeah when the horses University we made our way b'l

were not running the view of the Fairchild Tropical Gardens but by I i

beautiful grounds tracks and stands the time we arrived we were 10 I
played second fiddle to the flamingoes -! '
engrossed in listening to rh>' i: ,
and the entire group drank In ins broadcast of the ATm rhI:1-1

with avid interest the story of the game that the main pam ,

flamingoes and the difficulties ten well away from us h*'foru'

which had been encountered! by Mr.: set out to look over this 'lpautll'll

WIdener in getting a start for the spot In this garden one inn -. .' HEY Ill lIt-re's Hbere Santa Is making his headquarters lie
flock of 550 birds now living so almost every variety of p.tlni rrt'l has snore to)' this fear

contentedly in their pond within the grown in Florida and man0 'h1'i titan he'lt had f4fr years. Hrinl: Mother and Bad, and come and see lice bigge.e selection of

racing oval We were told also. l species of beautiful shrtth9'h! ,> in town ."TtoH '
a fact that had previously missed I
grounds .
are maintain in"M t t h. n-
us, that Widener sought to i, tifulh'. entirely. bv coD'riho,'I i n- ''1

at Hialeah the worlds finest bUild'1 and! in the uinnnistrat bu iua.:]iK ;

track and in doing *o h>' ,I a miispunt which I'r"v.'d tj n I, : t

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FOR s\LE-11 turkeys fILM*
} ABaoaacemeats were received Biding ia the state. Had the legislature -I takes alL H. Miser. next am
. a I I.here this week that )lr. and Mrs -
;:f . . .JJJ.J.JJJ'HO-T--- r . ...... O. . . _"99". ". Willie Oared Smith would observe intended to make a dtetiactton Tana's Dairy Moore Ha..., Flarida. I
he added it would have used Dom.FOR ;.
Mack Greene was a b* in.es -n.a-I lUll Merry Roberts to speadlag their fiftieth wedding aaauenary the word "'cittoaa instead of ,
tor In Tampa Tuesday the week.... ia Frostproof today, Friday December d, at resideat." i

eat of Mr. their home in Hialeah and while ;
tad H. C. ALUPia Gaesrq .w
HawM MiMfe spent the well vase = hili-I this newspaper aanouacemeat of the Attorney Gets;; J. Tarn W.ataoahaa C i
end wtt atonis in LakeJaaaBCV. event comes rather late their away expressed doubt that the taws I-C.-

Mre. B. T. Torheea of Goal triads here who wish to send comgratnlatioBS ,of Florida make tt Illegal to transport j
.. and MM. Jean Moore ever mad Mtoa Waada ran Verbose of I will learn that they moonshine .....,. although
Fait Mfera jtoitan OB Saturday Wart Pate Beach visited frieadaaere win be appreciated jast aa mack possession of such maoashlac Is aaoffeaae I MALE HKLP tl.\\ IPIU..IT.
when they do arrive Their addressto
Saaday In an opinion to County
- .? Mr*. C. B. Aaaeu of Claarwaterto Box 771 East Rt. I, B3atoah.Florida. .! I
Judge J. M Hears of Sawaaaee
....... hare tato week. .
{ Mires Ireae Sceu'" Waada county, who had..u.a0 LB opal:
y.... student aft dtetsoa Uarcera- Mr sad Mra. Smith were pioneer whether a man could he prosecuted: FOR fJn'G JAPAN att.I1 \

'c Brie Nile af Miami to Tinting Uiaareats ,tty at Ds&aed. spent the weefceadat ,settlers of Moore Haven, he being for one or two offeaass if he was $140 per ...t.

Mr. sad ..... R. Boe.Mr. their homes ..... i engaged ia the grocery bnameas andother caught with IDnAa-'_. following ; beardiMeafirs fighting 1st

I ---- I butaeates here for manyyean. a chase of several mites ta which he cavalry ta raackails. ..-
' aM ..... Pan surer of PaWed- i the I On ta Tokjp*. Its 1NU'
, Rev ud Mra. W. 8. Doa>maaad : He served one term oa was transporting ft to. The attorney D have TtoJfcsd friend here .a EL P. Ewmc atteaded a Meth- Glades County Board of Commissioners general advised him to ttoa oa Lo. itagroe. KsnjsUsa aid

aerie't Mist Church dtettict coafereaee iaLaketaad and it was only a very few! prosecute only for illegal pee.e ..... Leyte.Today they're ia Japan, and if yea
h Taeadar mad WedaeaFraak years ago that his health compelled I ---- are otherwise oBalified you eaa he MM
.... Petal WDM aad Jimmy Da* hto' them!
day. him to .elsewhere to make Passenger car trailers used to I Sport, ntt-rtatiUBvot and travel 00-
WUssa errs Ttafors ta Miami OB home I haul building materials over state portumOm are highly developed la
+" ..... .. this division area. Luxurious hool
Hogan who has belt with It to a glorious eveat when a highways to constriction work la I tcla. theaters ... .. pools, tsWs .
4 T- II the Army of 0 caaatk ia Germaayretaraed I coaple reaches the halt-century I Florida must be registered and dub, golf causes and ball parka
provide more choice of jasluaii tike
t Miss Miriam Adkias left Saturdayereaiag home oa MoMmy for afarhMch. mark of happy wedded life together carry tags, George H. AdIeU, motor w encored by the average civilian
for !leak, Colo., where ah< He to exaeetiac dtocharceaaaa : and this writer Joins a host of vehicle commtoaioBer, has been at home.
will vtofc with friends.Mn. hat aiaaa, at preset, to reMr .. other friends in sincerest congra advised by Attorney General J.i domestic High oversea base pay say). (excellent ze percent mialselmot above

s ..... nlations and wishes for many more Tom Wataoa. Where a trailer to dental car, !good! food sad todgrake ....-
lag and a gen-roue retirement
Ploreaee Rjraa. Mrs. H G
bapp anniversaries used to carry materials for constructing this opportunity too aweut*
Stewart aad Mra. R. Doe were n tad Mra. WIlMa Gaatt of a tourist camp, the re-1 f mica .
f .
Young 'h ran meet preacrtbedud
I men <
{ Fan Myera Tuesday. Pert Pierce epee the week-end Flying Service For PoaafMe person to engaged ia an'!' ; rdp. and oho enlist for t year.
y Tiatttac his father and brother, C. I occupation ia Florida and so must are entitled to designate the tat Cavalry -
: Mr. aad Mra. J. E. Frierson aad C. Gaatt Broadaa and Ray Cant'Mr .' GI Training Starts ,register his trailer and pay for a of enlistment Division (Initial Mechanised training) at givem time
..... T. W. Weeks were visitors iaMfcra Gaatt to jatfll la service: with license before departure from IS. Get fall
10aaI Widalsday. the U a Nary aad Is at home. on: At Local Airport ( details at \nnR..crult1n(: Station

toBteMra. "L :1 :: L. ..r: I'uddm",

Bffi MaOer All NoUa Durre ware !I (Ctewtoton News) I I IS YOIR SUBSCRIPTION PAID F"IT n LI!:> j I IIqr'A.! : '

Infra Tteitors ia Gainesville oa Frank Vrftri and daach- I Announcement to made this week:

Wedaeaday of lad wee*. ten returned Satarday >to their home I I by John Cockrill of the beginningof _H ._ ._ __ _ __ > _
a Miami after spading a week operation of the Clewiston Fh- -- -
"""iJL Percy Jones of Fort here with her parents Mr aad MraM tag Service at the city airport a-

was here! Wedaeaday on A. Sammers Mra Sammersaceompaaied aa affiliate of 'fimbry-Riddle School)

n ....... e them home mad re- of Aviation In Miami First Annual V. F. W. SponsoredRODEO
ma iaed there thn .ga this week. The school has been approved
Mr. ad Mia. George Sturgis Yea
both by the Civil Aeronautics-
J. w. Grant aad Mrs. J. C. Swiadall A. G. H. ReimoMU prwrtdent of thority and the Veterans 4do.intotration -

Wobara Chemical Corporation, aid and free flight training is
C. George Taylor visited the local I provided for ex-GIs under the GIBU I
: Mrs H. C. Ctesea of Arcadia plant last Friday earoate to their of Rights
rt': to saeadfeg the week-end here with! home ia Harrtooa N J.. after a I the
First claeeee will be at
Mr C taSSfll.; stay at )lr. Relmold's Palm Beach .
.... airfield Monday and those veteraas
--- !lOae..tDtit. .' I and others laterested should
W. B. Irby, manager of the that
,contact Mr. Cockrill: prior to
Wades Electric Cooperative, left !+. sKTTLB T-.IHlR\Tli : time. The schedule of school ope--
Wednesday for jMcaeeTtite for a RIIITHDIT' WITH PIRTVSaadra I ation will be arranged in such a

faw daft oa bastaess.rs. way as to inconvenience students
Settle oeanrred bar wventh who are working as little as pos 3 P. M. DECEMBER 14-15

' c B. C. lyrdxrs.. Harry birthday. autverMrJestda'j stole t t
: F.oatfl' aDd Mrs. OUT Settle were afUll'neoen with a party at home-I
I In best Paba Beaea Ma!. The chtterea pt/.d games oa, Sugar To Be MorePlentiful

day 1 the lawn satU smiled iato the In 1947
T rouse for retreahmeate of birthday OkeechobeeAdults
F< Mrs. R. P. .Taompaoa of Rivieravfetfea cake aid ice cream. Seats Claw
f"Bede hero Wednesday en candles were presented to the children -I The domestic annual sugar ration

ramie .. Arcadia! for a cad physical as favors will be increased five pound per

g.-; ek et-air fatlewtag a recent oper- The rooms were decorated ia a person by April disaster 1.," barring according" unpredictable *o- $1.20--Children 60c (Tax Incl.)
stink ban Clariat1aa8.otIf and Saadras preeeats -

were placed eider a mtatetareChristmas Secretary of Agriculture Anderson ,- .. .-- .. .- .. < .. -- .
(head Kerfoot state auditor who tree amt time for open-1 This year's allotment was 2-> -- -- -
woe here for several months makiac lac. pounds Including allowances tot

''- ordls aa std audit Is of now the doirc courthouse: the sari rf"- Sharon Attending Wa were eray,Charlotte PrtocUla Brown Bright. canning Anderson said the extra sugar! ;.:......:.....;.;.;.:----.x.---------.x--------:...

returned her Paula Walters Carol will be made available through isaunce -
work ra LaBelle Dtll lto: Ball.
thto week to complete thc audit ol t U\rd Juanita Ktlterbrew. Sarah of one five-pound ration L

: the books In the sherift's" office : C of'\'. Jimmy Farms Jimmy stamp. }
The secretary said mica that quotasof k t
V'a1.11 Billy Ray Heflia FTaakto Keith Ran-! indBStrial users win be increased I rt 1 / F i iY
::1: : (r.len Taylor. k' X I
'. sandra. I jby 1 0 per eat of the quantity
:ire Settle and
--- they used in 1941 Y \\JEItVELRY t

Rodeo Saturday And I made Still later farther ia 1947 increases Anderson may add4 b* ,4 :] THI5 CHRI5TMAi t'o

Sunday At Okeechobee I' ad, bat .tt to too early to specifyaatoaats. j v J,1iL ;

,'j Sponsored By VFW Thto aaaouacemeat confirmed a,,,t
I forecast made recently by James :
A. Marshall, head of the depart.1'!j FROM
11: 'HOBFE--The big sonth ):
: !Ir a' ;",i \' F W. contest rodeo is *et asent's la consumer sugar branch supplies that would increases be I:I The Seminole Jewelry Store I
: -un *. V :\ r 1., .,. 1 1\.', 14-15 and rodeo fans available m 1M7 .'
'md Okeerhobee can get set forth
-'t r( valid and :
:. "M\ Three stamps are
rip-snorting gronadpaain' I 5:
. Fonda-1 1 reg.! I'.. I..,' kind ol will be until Dec SI. when a new : II.-:! Jt.i
like to see
< i, NewTu action ration stamp good for five pounds : EX rt
i if
I of sugar will go Into effect. Those \ Ice
. : pope-tar R1XfSai \
I good the rest of December are,I. e- := it ii
;, : .. Wed.. rxx1?-tariiKioirx all i over Florida which wilt tadade coupon 51. aad t and 10 which are Jf'WMf'd Or
.e. ; :some of the meat oatstaadtag cow- for canning purposes ) r' t
: nltGllTER"Gail h
,. Russell-Clara Tremor and i 1- stock Horaer says, to nawsaai-, Digest of Recent :s. :...-;;:. ME\'S Xf
at it hatog
4. Meajou ly wild, some 9
} 1fiiF which repeatedly threw eiders atDeLaa4. Opinons By Attorney : sure w.\Tt'ln1. MATCHEDe
. -':u Cartoon vamped aa eight- Bet fence I
;: MToaadis the area aad nook General J. Tom Watson t FtQu itf mXG r-

,aitA.Fri.. & Sat IX- 21HKUMM of ." 2' Wtd like Sir"Tsa
. interest to being saawa lathe I Florida
"" Lively in may
.:: ..., A\KM" Any person rp..1
. of Semt-
schedeled appearaaee for Rangek'
: tition the circuit court an
'(.t C&arles Starrett"JINGLE mole ladtens in tall... trM der to estabUah his birth whether : \: '

- 0'-- They wfll perform their Mtlve war he to a elitism or alien. Attorney i f :

-! !dance which once aI'08MIII Samiioole General J. Tom Wataoa of Tallahassee -,
.- ,.. R\IDERS' No 6 .J
hH the war path
\ braves to said the IMS tow providing "
I against early white seders .a Pier for birth certificates hy i lt
.i t II TUB GIFT F0111
: petition applies to all persons rtda *- Ii d __ resn.trrsJt'&T

ti \\1FK. DUT.HTFUOU t

DAVE IA\'S Billy. Keeae Fort Worth, Texas I "I i' Jf'wriM and (1IIIL ITJILXD

MACHINERY STOCK and clown and trick rider will lead the ti *' lislev i
etewn aid Mildred Murphy: Avon I I
REPAIR Park trainer of Red Fate will put i !
her famous horse through some of i

i Complete Electrical Repair Shop his new pace Pay BMckatoaa sad!' t M.\ ) PFD PENHL SETS i
Tl-r. aLIG\1T01E\lIi.hTORS-*T.\HTEn.-- i Nell Rogers,, two of Ftosida's finest
c.\lmnnTOR. kND ELECTRIC }MOTORS womea raters will fhiBl the a.diisaee .- i -tiii==>
: Gl'.ut.nD
11'ORK death-defyiu
\LL with their
RAT GGU: T0N )tamaJ'w Electric DeparAastCLEWISTONr micas oa horseback 1. :: afo" il

FLORIDA Prize will b* well over SIZING
money \ W. CII nEmhG RING i
A COMPLETE; MACHINE SHCP < flt* whoa tan aaaa 4ss are add ..M'i. i
JIMO.\t1., U!-W Ikwfr! saw (Y-oI............ ...% H-H a. +<
4Y Jet. a- ..

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I A quiz with ? U. N. Moves for Disarmament; Urge Continuation Control of sugar ceatrd

information on various subjects | and of increased
tAorffER encouragement pre

.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-........................._...._..._..._-._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._.?. World Co-ops to Expand Trade; U.duction S., Europe of the and commodity Philippines in wen tLc

1. When speaking ad lib, meaning The Answer. Solons Kill Quiz recommended by the sugar committee
at one's pleasure, the full word 1. Ad libitum. Occupation of the food industry council to

U what? 2. Charlemagne's. misused Vj Weatem Newapapir..-._ _____ assure industrial and domestic users
2. Whose foot is supposed to have 3. Spain. EDITOR'S NOTE: Whe aplaltas are egr.ssee .. Ueaa ........ ak.e are tkaaa .. of adequate supplies: in 1947.
been just 12 inches long and thus 4. At the Isthmus of Panama Heater Newspaper Goa..'. acwa aaajjsu awe ..a .........iI al Skis ....,...'.. Lifting of controls in the face a

became the unit of measure? which so twists about that the Pa- __...<" _,c."_ heavy demands both at home aac
3. What took Gibraltar abroad would lead to sharp price increases
country cific entrance to the Panama canalis
from the Moors in 1492 and lost it east of the Atlantic entrance. and severe shortages a*

to the British in 1704? 5. You have the substance for processors and householders scrambled
4. Where does the sun rise in the making glass. JIJJJfIf' for the limited supplies the

Pacific and set in the Atlantic? 6. Pluto was named after the council declared. By judiciouBrj
controlling stocks, however, it shouK
5. If you mix limestone, sand Greek god of darkness because the
be possible to increase allotment
and washing soda in the correct planet is almost four billion) : miles
industrial and domestic
proportions you would have what? from the sun and re, c"l."e'ery; users
6. Why is Pluto so named little lIght. x With the government boestini
'>, guarantee payments by $1 a toe
"II ., *' over the average price of $14.51
'rI aN i for 1948, the council predicted a
k6I substantial increase in swear beet
output in the U. S. in 1947.


Friendly AdviceOn
,< ,
tour of Europe to investigate
distribution of American shipment
,,, o'S of meats, fats and oils. SenatorS
r y ro 1JUk .., $ .,....-. .'\.' .serry (Rep., Neb.) offered the

'at3a $ ,. -,, French people some good old Republican -
/ !. .. advice for pulling Utemeerves
out of postwar doldrums.

Said the senator: "The Republican -
k -> party mandate in the U. S. is
t- to slash and balancethe
-------- expenditures :

Pleadinr "not guilty" at arraignment budget. The same job faces
.!' the French to break vicious
on allied charges of mass murders the circle
of concentration camp inmatesin of price controls black market

medical experiments. Dr. liens and shortages for poor people

Oberhaoser and 22 other German .-
doctors face war crimes trials at With heavy government outlays resulting -

Nuernberg. in an excess of money ever
consumer goods. French producers

duct of U. S. troops, widespread have lost confidence in the fram,
U. N.
: black market activities of militaryand Wherry said. Because of the declining

Move to Disarm, civilian personnel, and economic value of paper money farmers
Rub in for occasioned differ have withheld commodities from the
Ben-Gay prompt,soothing gentle relief chaos by political
The old world seemed
war-weary market and thus reduced their own
from chest-cold miseries. Your doctor
knows about ences among the major powers.
headed for substantial disarmamentas
demand for other products. To re-
those famous With German civilians already
pain-relieving agents-methyl salicylate
Russia took the lead in the United
and menthoL Ben-Gay contains up to 2 Vi times more looking askance at U. S. troops, mili- store economic balance Wherry as
Nations to force a reduction
of them than five other widely offered rub-ins. Mild tary authorities have opposed an official serted the French must pare payrolls -
militarization.In .
Ben-Gay was especially formulated for children's' inquiry for fear of losing further reduce military expenditures
delicate skin. Ask for genuine Ben-Gay. the first U. N. step toward face in the reich and among and encourage enterprise with an
armament, members agreed to cfu.1 the other occupying nations. As the equitable tax system.
Also for Pain due to RHEUMATISM. MUSCLE ACHE,and STRAINS.Ask port on the strength of their Americanzone
for Mild BCB-GH for Children.BATTERY; forces at home and abroad by January governing force in the
and of the western
the pivot I Amvets Oil Mackiae ,
the Reds
1. Originally, allies in Europe the U. S. must com-
asked that be confined to
the report
both the
mand the respect of vanquished
the number of Allied troops on for- and Russia. While the second anneal convention -
eign soil, but the U. S. and Britain .of American Veteransof
were quick to call for count of forcesat TEXAS: World War II in St. Louis. _
r r f
home as well.Continuing Mo., made no national head- ;
Landlords Sit Doicn
to dominate the disarmament lines, the organization was saidto
4"EVEREADYtt spotlight, Russia then No rental property owner herself have been perfected to allow -
proposed the creation of an inter but a Gold Star mother who lost a for an extended member
national commission to supervise son over Germany Mrs. Frank ship drive. At present Amvets
disarmament reversing previous Morris of Dallas took over com- claims 100,000 members Elec. :
fLASHLIGHT Soviet objections to such control. mand of a landlords' sit down in

I"N Favor for the proposal, however Texas to abolish rent control and

LASTS was qualified by misapprehensionover j restore owners' rights to manage
EW the Russian provision that such I their own holdings.As .
an international commission wouldbe I 3,000 dwelling units in Dallas

93 % LONGER subject to the veto power of the remained empty because of land-
security council. I lords' refusal to let them and vets
walked the city's streets in searchof
WORLD CO-OPS: : housing Mrs. Morris termed

rent control a violation of traditional -

Trade ProgramGrowth American rights. '.
Ttoj cell packs of co-operatives as a forceIn Two World War I vets were in -
tnotijjh ENERGY p" t Div world trade was illustrated with the forefront of the landlords'

to luck I the organization of the International movement Abed with heart trouble ,

1SS field godsLlefoabaniLke Trading agency in London to facili- resulting from German shell-fire in --j jj ,
t tate exchange of goods between 85- 1918 Joe H. Blann held one five- I
000.000 co-op members from 31 room Cottage and 18 fiats vacant
to sit breathlesswbilcibeBicTcam } countries. I after OPA had obtained a $289 judgment

iato kick Formed by the International Cooperative i against him in a price squabble. !
armatioa forlaitniaute
"' try a? .. alliance, the new under- J Bemedaled Capt. John R.

The The here's news r- taking not only calls for the exfa Lowery kept 63 apartments empty :
(treat new i
"E ereadr" flashlight because he charged owners possessed -
crU NOW no control over destructive
t b 5 caergT equal to contrast to the U. 5* u-bert the '
that mcii ia mate 0 it tenants. Ray Sawyer Commands Amvttt
ice 186 kiftmutuU + to-optrtSii't movement primarily
finis from the ; s 4gricnltitrl, European co-opt embrace SURPLUS GOODS: Saw."t
2->*rd hoc" E* lion of a moderate. Ray
Poe a .: r vffiety of enterpriser Co-of- Raps Return yer of Washington D. C.. as
-EVUIEADY tratittt conduct 40 Per cent of busi-
teriesihcAl"bo:""f!*.American c bri!' 2, nest MUl industry in Swedes, 2) percent Demanding the institution of businesslike national of commander was indicative
I liaof. ....nlo low- of food stores in Greet Britain, policies in disposal of sur- the middle-of-the-road f
COM Ljhtt attitude taken by the organization -
k *nd 2000 retell establishments *nd1JOO plus war material,
.. ... in an effort to attract ,
werebousts in Denmark.
Sen. Harry Byrd
$: "' ..'
...,. ." ..... __. .h'_' "'" .. ",..:: II 1M. \ !. (Dem., Va.) dis- both liberals and conservatives.While t
shunning controversial
change of commodities and goods closed that a studyof i
at the recent ;
questions convention
NEW "Eveready" flashlight cell the senate-house
1 produced by the co-ops themselvesbut
THE the Amvets called for f
blots darkness with daz- committee on re-
a also the distribution of privately establishment of a department F[
ding beam of powerful white light. And 93 .' manufactured items through co-op duction of nonessential of veterans' affairs In toe Presidential ;

does it for nearly tu-ice as long as famous MORE agencies. In the U. S., the Na- federal expenditures cabinetWORLD [1
tional Co-operatives Inc. embracing showed
batteries. Because this MERCY
pre-war 4.000 local societies owned by that the government TRADE:
new cell packs 93% more energy! Service 1,300,000 members has been making was realizing

from "Eveready" flashlight batteries is Nearly ttriti the electric volume purchases of refrigerators only a third on domestic Draw? Blueprint
eacrtr almost fvUMI sales and Representatives of 18 countries.' !
radios and household appli-
near:/ JolIeJ..yet you fjy no more < iotr Uf of brO- ,
from private industry for about a fifth on foreign except Russia have been meet- i
for this far greater value! For longer life of Iiaarluce lifbt thaflrea ances resale
famous pre-war to co-op patrons. transactions. I ing in London with the signal task r
brighter light. .get these new "ETeready"flashlight "E eready"batteries.. With war-stricken countries shortof While- it i- argued of drawing up a blueprint world r
batteries! at 00 extra coat. Tktt't that much i- ;
today's .kigk-fftrir currency for the purchase of for- Senator Byrd the trade to be considered at an international
'bereadY battery a* material consists of conference to take placein
1>>_..----- awre- eign goods the international agency r
..e.w.MM_c-: ,.... fwoved bf the"LUtt Io goods primarily designed for war the fall of 1947.
hopes to develop trade on an
diutrial Flashlight" tot use and any kind of return averts As the delegates in London sweated .f
NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, INC. de.isedbrh.Amerka. exchange basis. complete loss, Byrd said, the fact over their labors
Standard Ajtotiatioo. a recommendation t
Cnit cf (,'. ,,. GrKJe ..4 Oe Corporation 1 remains that items be-
ARMY many are for full employment
New N.Y. : F
East 42nd Sam. Yor..17.
30 ..... fog sold at prices far below what emerged as one of the No. 1 accomplishments :-
......_ ;
EE3! Buck
Occupation Quiz they command on the open mar- of the parley. Recognizing r

Acting upon the urgings of Secre- ket.Up the inter-relationships d f
tary of State Byrnes And Senators to September 30. over 5 billion nations in economic affairs, the COB- F
Yandenberg and Connally, his for- dollars in surplus material had been ferees agreed that all countries are ;
i1; m4v eign policy advisers, the senate war disposed of for less than 2 billion responsible not only to their own '
investigating committee killed the dollars in this country Byrd said. As people but to all others to maintain ,

' MFJ11aS BRIGHTER lt OWN projected inquiry into the conductof of August 31, sales expenses totaled purchasing power and a high demand i
EOHcER ULti U. S. occupation forces in Ger- over 263 million dollars, of which for consumer goods.
many. 92 million was disbursed in salaries Methods for working out this principle ;
; The Democratic majority acted 18% million in advertising and 5 million were left to individual coun :

even after George Header, committee in travel.Of tries. In cases where one nation was

counsel, had sharply criticizedthe the 1.4 billion sold overseas under selling more to another and there- ,
; qiii" war and state departments for supervision of the state depart by developing an unfavorable trade !

occupation irregularities following a ment.. 1.3 billions worth was disposed balance, the creditor country was t i
month long study of conditions in of for less than 300 million and gives discretion determine .'ha1 !

the rtkh. There have been recur the rest was abandoned, given awayor steps to ,take to even out the ex:

; stag reports vt> the disorderly coo- scrapped. change.I !



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1 Lesson .
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i"to; By HAROLD L. LOTTDQU1ST. n. n. I U yon wipe spots off the floor as U you're weeping over the worn
Of rite K0GC:7 Bibb IuUN\e 01 QUe.... i they appear it will not be necessary -i out print dress take heart! If ta
? lam e "ue4 by w.- Newspaper v.. 1! to wash the entire floor soften. blouse isn'ttoo worn cut it off. re

; n I move the sleeves and bind then

Lesson for December 15 I -eDo Then wear it like a dickey: or ai.
L not let kitchen cutlery stand a gilet under your favorite ... 3
I In water. Wash blades first if A
f' Lasaaa aufetocU and Scrtpbir text es. ; -
<< 4 3 acted and copyrighted by IntarnaooulCouncfl stained use scouring powder. Then To keep shoe string potatoes
Rel&oua Education coed bjPHILEMON
ol ;
rash handles. Rinse aDd dry immediately crispy, doa salt then until yet

are just ready to HI'ft.0 .
: '

CBRISTIA.BROmEBHOOD j ji Standing uses eight per cent Use cuffs from men's eld ihirti

i i core energy than sitting Surprise for making shoulder pads TaayVt
LESSON TEXT PhilemonMEMOHT e ao. !" ? Now will nice for wash frocks fMa
SELECTION Now the Lord h yea maybe you sit to very
Cut Sptott: aDd .where the SptrK of tke Lord I peel potatoes, shell peas, polish the necessary build-up, withe tees
.to. there I* SS>ertjr.-n Cor&Utiaai a:n. silver and the like much bulge.
Christian brotherhood! That may I'

tk not sound like a dynamic influence
destined to change the world bet
that is just what it has done We 11

study today a letter written abouta Lovely Linens in Cross-Stitch I I
$ slave boy at a time when slaverywas

Y { .y accepted as right, but it Patters w ha tTMcter af a Iii ava
stated principles of Christian consideration eroebet two 6'fc dinIdIaaa.D bF: U!2.. .** Ztt-*"* __ J

and brotherly love which ..e to as uaeaatly Laren
were eventually to overthrow slavery current e0adidem M-

It is Etui at work today when most reouired popular ill fflling patten order.

and where we let it! To obtain urn Dattera and .: t r
This letter, written by Paul and coin to:

yet by the Holy Spirit, personal and Se OrchttaVcralt
r tag BcfLM4
L gri yet eternal end spiritual m its ap W. Raadala St. CMtas ... DL

plication, is a model of letter writ Enclose V eents for patter*.
tag, and equally a model of Chris- No
tian brotherhood. It concerns one i-
Onesimus, a slave 'who had deserted f
Gifts From Your Kitchen Are Welcome his master and probably defrauded

'. See recipes below) him (v. 18). He had been con- Addms..
verted and now was being sent backto -

Welcome Gifts his master.
Gas Stomach
LINN CHAMBERS' MENU I. "I Might Be Bold-Yet I Rather on

It you want to est&bLsh yourself Beseech Thee" (w. 4-9). Mend."..a._5 MMrtn_ar....doable_jtar.WHKT.n.o.t-bald

u a giver of welcome gifts let Meat Loaf After a fee spiritual salutation iLrlM.ae.e.m.e_ _a._____seaaft 1.f
them come from Scalloped Potatoes Lima Beats (w 1-3), Paul enters upon an appeal mi 1 1.TII rilnr-ui -*-mi Itinii .nDalm
Red and White Slaw T_ _lasaao.e e ............e*- -
the heartof Fourwarm Cabbage to Philemon which is a model *!> oroobte ymart Met_nttn of Nom..
Toasted Muffins Beverage 890 *at. ts M.il Or* a
and cozy cf tact and courtesy.
} kitchen. Jars of Baked Pears Cookies First he lets Philemon know of

Jelly, buttery, his prayerful interest in him. Paul BUGcoru ?

decorated cookies Christmas Cookies. had been praying. for him, that's "COLO +
that limply could such helpful
1 say a
(Makes 6 dozen cookies) the
melt at the first

bite, or crunchy JV4 1 teaspoon cups flour baking powder Then he recognizes Philemon's you needn envy your fnend SSa*%. !Jti'

candy and popcorn balls are certainto H teaspoon salt goodness and his effective testimony lovely linens for just see :'

delight your friends. 1 butter or substitute for Christ This was an eaceDeat what the simple cross stitch can : CHEST
Think of all the time you can save 1;; cups sugart approach' to the making of a re- io! The crocheting is begmner- I MUSOESp

kj doing your Christmas things at eggs, wen beaten quest, and be sure that it was not easy, too: I -

.home-co waiting for clerks, no 1% teaspoons vanilla empty or hypocritical flattery We RUSON"v(
:Cine spent In searchmg: for things Sift flour; measure sift again will do 'well to recognize the fine quail- MENTHOLATUM'If//d!
that will really be the ideal gift. baking: powder and salt. Cream butter ties of our Christian brother, mad 32-Pound Trout I

;Your range and oven, mixing bowl add sugar and beat until; we could profitably speak of then -
'and pantry are an right there in light and fluffy. more than we do. The largest rainbow trout ever

your own home, at your service. Add eggs and va- Then Paul was ready to make his caught by an angler was taken rlEn1TMOROL1NE1YAtUE '

Gifts that come from your kitchen nilla and blend request. See how nicely be does it. from Pend Oreflle Lake in Idaho ousuuvotraotruM |Q4
will be doubly welcome because they well. Combinedry :. He skillfully reminds Philemon that on July 15, 1946 The official record \VHIT-/ JIOBeware

have such a personal value. So make ingredients he (Paul) might make some demands of its weight is 32.5 pounds or -
*0ut your list and start to work on and creamed 4 and especially, in view of his 13 tioaes that of the average-sized
I really merry Christmas. age and his imprisonment But fie raiafeow.
mixture blerdthoroughly
Here are some suggestions for all and will not do so; rather be says, "I Coughs ;
kinds of homemade gifts. You'll beseech the*."
really like this conserve and marmalade c.hfL thin Roll doughas i II. TOtheot Thy Mind I Weald Last minute Christmas shop- frcn ccmcca colds!
because kind to the as pos- ? For the smokers on your J'
they're ping
bowl. sible and cut into fancy shapes with Do Nothing" (w 10-16). list, select either of these two popular That Hang On. .
cookie cutters, using stars, wreaths. Paul the aged prisoner, bad foundin gift items featured by your
Raisin Conserve. Xmas trees etc. Sprinkle some his new convert, Onesunos a real local dealer-flavorful Camel Ciga- Crecrrfsion relieves pnxnptly because
(Makes 11 knee glasses) with red sugar, others with green helper He would have liked to keep rettes or mild mellow Prince Al- U goes right to the seat of the I

4 cups prepared fruit sugar Decorate with pieces of red him. In fact, says be to Philemon. bert Smoking Tobacco. What'smore term trouble: laden to help phlega.loosen and aid and cato expel:

I caps sugar and green candied fruit and suVei Onesunus could do for me the you needn't bother or fuss to soothe and heal raw. tender, in*
t tops light corn syrup dragees. Bake in a hot (430 degrees] things you would want to do if you with troublesome gift wrappings flamed bronchial mucous membrarseiTcfl -

3 ?i cup nutmeats, finely chopped oven for 6 to 10 minutes. were here (v. 13). for both these products come readyto a bottle! of Creccralsion your drcgglst with to the sell 1mder'standmlr your

1 box powdered fruit pectinTo Mincemeat Drops. Paul could have felt sure of the give! The Camel carton is attired you must like the way ttCddkly -

fruit, add 24 cups wa- (Makes <4< dozen cookies) willingness of Pb emon. He could in colorful holiday dress, con- allays the cough cr you all
ter and prepare 4 cup lemon juice to 1 15- 1H cops flourtuspoon have assumed that the request taining 200 mild, rich-tasting ciga to tare your' isoney hftctCREOMULSION-.

ounce box seeded or seedless raisins. 'i salt would be granted. And m any case, rettes. And Prince Albert for

Cover and let stand 4 hours or overnight Vt teaspoon soda Philemon did not even know whereOoesimus Christmas giving is rfered in the for Cosgis,Chest Colds Brcodutij
Bring to a boil and simmer, 5 cup shortening was so why not keep popular full pound container Even
oc-; 1 egg well beaten him? He did not reason thus. a card is unnecessary for these
covered, for 30 minutes, stirring I
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casionallyDrain, chop or grind 3-4 cup moist mincemeat True Christian consideration re- gifts-space is provided for a personalized ** I.
'4 teaspoon vanilla the personal rights and the written message. YouTl
and mix with water in which fruit spects
has been soaked. Measure 4 cups Sift flour measui$, add salt ano property rights of another. We mast be in for a pleasant surprise when Buy and Hold Your

of fruit into saucepan; add nuts.: soda and sift again. Cream shortening not assume, or demand or pet you see the hearty reception your U. S. Savings Bonds
Measure sugar and syrup and set I add sugar gradually and pressure on anyone (v. 14) to get friends will give holidaywrappedCamels
aside. Place saucepan containing blend well. Add well beaten egg and what they have or to draw out their aDd Prince Albert.-Adv. **************

fruit over high heat. Add fruit pectin -I combine with dry in redi lta. Fold strviee. ---- --- ---- ---- ,

and stir until mixture comes to in mincemeat and add vaaitta Drop Another expression of consideration
a hard bofl. Add sugar and syrupat by teaspoonfuls: 2 to 2 inches aparton is found in verses 15 and 13.Phflemon Yes Sweeter, Tastier Bread

once, bring to a full rolling boil. a greased baking sheet. Bakein had lost a heathen slave,
Bad hard 1 minute, stirring con- a moderate (375 degrees) oven H new be is receiving back a Chris ,

stantly. Remove from heat, skim to 12 minutes. tian brother No worker will gin ,wI' with FLEISCHMANN'S
Cover with paraf- less m service, and no master will
and pour quickly. Maple Popcern Squares. .
deaaad because both
more, are
fin at once (Makes 3 dazes 2-inch squares)
1 cup maple or brown sugar
Honey-Orange Marmalade. Now Paul touches of the
on one
'!i maple flavored syrup *
Makes C 6-ounee glasses) cap finest elements involved in Carattiaa

1M cups prepared fruit H cup water salt brotherhood, namely eo-operation.We 'V' E
2H cups honey 1 teaspoon are to live aDd labor together s
1 tablespoon butter I
bottle fruit pectin
\* for a common cause. Pleading for ,4
1 quart popped- corn
To fruit remove skins in his friend and brother' the ywag
quarters from 1 medium orange and Cook sugar, syrup, water and cab slave t esima, he says: YEAST
to 280 degrees or to the brittle stage
1 lemon. Lay r -.... Add butter and cook slowly to 294 III. "If Then Count Me a Partner,
quarters flat, .:..; 1 degrees. Meanwhile grind popped Receive Him" (vv. 17-21).

f discard t ti corn coarsely through a meat grader Partners share the benefits and e

i .. or chop in a wooden bowL the burdens of their Joint eater-
i I the white part. When syrup is cooked removi prise. Partners in the gospel, Jib
. With a sharp from beat and stir in corn. Pots Paul aDd Philemon, shared not oaJy iiI

knife cut remaining :w. Iii' I onto oiled marble between irons. spiritual blessings but also the re-
rind into fine S n Roll with oiled rolling pin. Cut site lponsib ities. Paul was presenting
shreds. Add !* or bars.Chocolate. such an item to Philemon in the return -
honey, ** cup water and A teaspoon squares
cup : >nt Slices. of Onesanus. Something had
soda. (This honey s m additionto 5 dozen slices) to be done about the debt of 0Desi-

2tt cups specified above.) Bringto 1 to 8 Makes ounces semi-sweet ehocoiit mus. his failure as a servant Paul This active fresh yeast goes right to work, gives
covered 10 minutes
a boil simmer occasionally., Remove *4 cop pondered sugar says" "Charge it to me, your part you full Kthe because it's full strength. And bread
: storing ner.
free from 2 tablespoons cream made with Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast tastes
sections of fruit pulp well beaten It has been pointed out that there

membrane. Add pulp and juice to 1 1 err broken cntmeats is fcere_a blessed example: ef the sweeter, is lighter, more tender.
:O minute tap
Ii: cooked rind, simmer important doctrine of imputation,
Heat chocolate in double boCej If bake home
k you at -Get Fleischmann'sactive
I I which is the "act of God wherebyhe :
Measure honey and fruit. solidly .. until melted. Remove from heal! accounts righteousness to the : fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow

V. packed into large kettle. Bring to I and add remaining ingredient believer m Christ" because he "Ha label-America's dependable yeast favorite
a faD rolling boil over hottest ftre.f. Shape into rolls fe inch ia diameter borne the behever's sins in vindication { 1 1I
for over three generations.
boUmg waxed Let stand to harden I 1V
before and wfule oa paper. "
Stir constantly I of the law. So we note that
hard 1 minute. Remove then cut in % inch slices. Th:
f. Boil verses 17 and 18 perfectly illustrate
fresco fire and stir in pectin. Stir nuts may be omitted and the min imputation. (&
turns for 5 minutes to ture rolled into balls then roIled ii I r 4.
and stan by PauTs promise 1 will repay it" frb.itY
I and to prevent noatiagffnit chopped ruts, chocolate shot coco
keep THnH'ttr.
kiteL malted milk powder. (v. 19), was the legal phraseology J1
aDd wtf But or I
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0 :. _,... :-:+ power. he points out, particularly'In and all bid. Construction Co. a dissolved
Dual County which has a large j LEGAL NOTICES IOTICF. I J. E. FRIERSO.V, Chairman. Xicnigan corporation, whose r sderxe |-
percentage of them, to "name the Glades County Board-of is Sf.. Calvert Avenue Cityof
Commissioners. Detroit County of Wayne, Slat*
Too Late To Classify nominees of the Democratic Party. I Attest: of Michigan., ALDER & COOK.

I and if the white voters are pledgedto D. S.C-U-Z8.Weeks, Clerk.Dec Vice-President Germain-Werner and Construction s. Director Gaw ot '

By RUSSELL KAY vote for these nominees and do m dissolved Michigan corporation
vote for them the effect will be the By action of Glades County Board whose residence is 11TW Mendvta
of Commissioners under C. G. L. 281- Avenue, City of Detroit. County of
0 0 0'e c C"' ".:..x.----.o. Negro vote dominated and controlled 1!27. Glades! County Election Precinct nr TUB CIRCUIT ro liT OF THITV.I1.FTH Wayne. State of Michigan: EDWARD -
by the Communist-inspired ClOP No. S (North LB.U*) to altered and .II uln.u. rmciiT nr WERNER EDWARDLt'"RUS.
While I hare always admired and changed to include Precinct No. i Tin T\TK FLORIDA. 1:\ A.M AUGER S. COOK, as Directors -
respected John L. Mathews of Jacksonville AC, and voting as a block or unit bined(Tso, ani*) and hereafter the com FOIl GLADES!! COI.\T. and Trustees of and for
will be able to name practicallyevery precinct will be known as IN: CHA:>CEKV. Germain-Werner Construction C...
Precinct run 5.
in his ,contention I cannot agree that the with State him \ district city and eoanty of- and Election changed Precinct If described:No. 5: so altered I i >0. M7CDAVID a ALL dissolved PARTIES Michigan, CLAIMING corporation INTEREST -;

ficial in Florida. I II by, through under or against
Democratic Committee be given full "Beginning- at the Southwest Corner G. CLICK, Germain-Werner Construction CA.a
II "Let the and Com- I of Glades County which I .
Negroes to theSouthwest Plaintiff dissolved '
control Michigan eorpoestos'ALL
: of Democratic primaries. I have he Corner of Section 31, Township va.WIlLIAM. PARTIES. HAVING OR
munists their own party" i.
Such a plan would place party 4% South Range 2$ Eat; thence'.I LOCDON tad MRS. WILLIAM CLAIMING TO RAVE AXT RIGHT.

control in the hands of a small,urges, "with a declaration of principles run is the north West along boundary the Range of Glade line County which- LOUT n.-->ON. h Is..._wife_ et aJ.OTICK TITLE OR INTEREST IB the property -

group of professional politicians and ;i advocating social eq ality. to the Northwest Corner of said > TO APl-KAIl Tou and herein each described.of you are hereof required -
intermarriage between the races! County which is the Northwest
beyond the reach of the people. It : to file aa appearance isi Ibis
of Section 5
I commingling of the races in schools Township 40 South. TO: WILLIAM LOCDON sad suit in this court oa or before dill
would remove all government sanctions Range 28 East run thence Est and MRS. WILLIAM LOVDOX. his Uth day of DeeessAcr. 181..
hotels restaurants, buses, dining along the North line of the County to
wife, whose residence and post of- The nature of this suit salad
against fraud and dishonesty
cars and Pullmans. Let the Democrats the :Northwest Corner of Section! ,. fice address! is 1174 Green Lawn the title to the followias ta..c !
and it would mean that the Township 40 South. Range M East. Avenue City of Detroit. County of SAd situate sa
cost of handling primary elections 1 : have their declaration of run thence South along the Rangeline Wayne, State of Michigan ROTHATTEN thepCouitiyof Glades tate of fTsrM -
principles or platform opposed to to the Northwest Corner of Section and MRS. ROY HAT- *. to-wit:
would have to be met by an exorbitant 1!, Township 4. South, Range TEN, his wife, whose residence All of Secttoa K Sooth of .!.*-
such things, and require each member It East thence EaR along the North and post office address to 4.S eating leek ta TownshlB M
qualification fee for can of the party to subscribe to boundary lines of Sections It and JS, Wolverine Building, City of Ann South Range SI East,
didate, by individual contributionsor I Township 46 South, Range! M Kat to Arbor. County of 'Waahtenaw said suit having hs filed in the CIrcuit -
i such principles of platform. the Northeast Corner Section M.I State of Michigan SAMUEL K. Court .f taw Twelfth Judicial
a disguised tax and would be far .
Township 4 South. Range IS Ea-t
I The Good Book admonishes us I UNDERHILL and MRS SAMUELE. Circuit for the State of FIorMa BB
less democratic than at present. 'thence South on Section lines UNDERBILL, his wife whose
and for Glades CMS*>T, Wherein OavM
I that "The thing we fear shall come Intersect the South .tralgl1t.1 and
John Ito residence post office address G. Click is BtalBtftH axed WlUi-
contends that state
our prlImary .
County at the is c/o Roy liatten 408 1Volvertee -
upon us" and such an open decla Loudon and Mm. WtUUsa aadati his
laws permit the registrationof i -- -- ner of Section JS, Township 42 South., Building. City -of Ann Arbor. wife et aL are ..,........ belag' tees
ration of race-war as Senator Mathews Range 20 East; thence along the South County of Waahtenaw, State of number 8ST-C.
Negroes as Democrats and that boundary of said County due West to Michigan GERMAINWERNERCONSTRUCTION
would in estimation -
proposes my ....
Point of Beginning. .
in a number of counties: the Negro CO. a dissolvedMiehisan -
be the surest and quickestway The voting place in aM Precinct corporation EDWARDWERNER Haven. Glade 0eIIa Skate of Msi
vote would constitute the balanceof Ida, this the irta day .f NovilmlaE
to bring about the conditions: No. 5 shall be the same si heretofore President, Secretary
power. Further he holds that provided by the Commissioner: of District Treasurer and a Director of Ger 114;.
\he seeks to avoid.I in which the Precinct is'Ioeated.J. main-Werner Construction Co.. a (SEAL D. 8.
Negroes have the full right to vote do not believe that the CIO- E. FRIERSON. Chairman dissolved Michigan corporation Clerk .f the Clrcwlt 0. *.
In general elections and that they of County Commissioners, whose residence Is 3012 Calvert McKay.. MacFarlaae. Jackass antFerguses
PAC or any other group can successfully I Glades County Florida. Avenue, City of Detroit. County of ,
should be sustained in that right; ( regiment all Negroes. and I ATTEST Wajr e, State of Michigan: EDWARD By: Thoeaas Alfvsader.Attoraeya .
but they should not be permittedto D. a Weeks Clerk. LL OLIN. VIce-Presldent I and for ....tatlff.I .
drive them to the polls like cattle IX-C. S-1J-20-I7. I a Director of Germain-Werner Nov. It. 22. 2f. Dec. *, 1>.
participate in Democratic pri I
maries. to vote as instructed, nor am I I

ready to accept the belief that Negroes -
The Negro voters have it in their Tallahassee Florida ,
are as a group demandingor Aiselb.astlFrom
November 26th. m*.
expecting social epuality intermarriage rlcE

between the races or where I Joe Marsh
commingling.While NOTICE is hereby given that the fy ;; 1
Trustees of the Internal ImproveaeM
FOR You a considerable: number of Fund of the State of FlorMa Pursuant -
R Negroes were registered in the last to Law. will offer for sale foeeotapettttve
'_: bids, in T.t......... Florida '
election only a small number ac- attbl:tn o'clock A. Jis.r T, A Grand
tually voted and I vesture to say 1147. in COTOWT.described .
..,[\\r as follows:
1\, SOW ONLY A N'Yn.6.'i that of these, few voted an "In :NW14 of NWtt and fractional TraditionThe
..\. ." structed" vote. They certainly SV4 of NW,i. Section II, Towns.* ,, American
42 South: Range 31 Bast containing -
didn't "go-down-the-Hae" with the 70 acres.

CIO-PAC. I am satisfied that Senator ThePurchaur in required to pay
the advertising: cost. Cappers had a grand old blonde ones-Vermont accents and

Holland received his share of THE TRUSTEES OF INTKRKALIMPROVEMENT family reunion last week-for the Alabama drawls-doctors and(ana. .

.Negro votes on the basis that he FUND reserve Ute time since the all with their differences of
right to reject any and all ..... first war. era
was the best qualified man for the BY ORDER of the Trustees of toTnal taste and politics yet as close aad
I Improvement Fund of the ante Dig and little Cuppers came, by
"fine, and I believe that if
I even of Florida. harmonious in spirit as a group
FLAME 30".3"-2000' and train from as far west
car ,
mJSStAluslxosaootsy..M. tlii. Negro vote in Florida were MILLARD P. CALDWKLL. could be.
/ ..., ArraMww Governor. as Nebraska and as far east as
lair or three times what it Is at
,...rr r.+rr..w I Attest' Vermont. They crowded: Dee and From where I sit, it's a great
wtr..rr.r.r.Lrarw.wr..r.w.rr present, we would still find that it F. ( Elliot Sec.
I Trustees I, I. Fund. Jane's bouse, set up quarters in American tradition-not just fam-
would be as independent vote and
J>t.c1-13-29-27. Jan. S.
but the ability to get
ar."trr.rwwr1."r..M s ':would be cast intelligently. the barns, or stopped with neighbors fly reunions

I -and a jollier fathering you along as one harmonious family,
osiv r..rr I to organize Negro labor in this >OTICHGUIDES c&uldn't have imagined I regardless of differences of taste-

2218 AEROIL PRODUCTS CO. I l.-tatt-- but their efforts have proven I was asked to their final Saturday whether it's taste for politics or
t' beer cider
disappointing. Not long ago I at Its regular' meeting I nigHt supper, when they sang fanning, or

Park. Ate., W. New York, X.J. heard a CIO organizer complain that Monday.sealed offer January for the;. 1)17 purchase, will receive of onenew old songs, drank beer and cider 111

"you can't do anything with 'em. Model CJ2A 'nlvrrsnl Willy reminisced. Dark Coppers and 'e 'hfAt.J./f. .
They'll join all right, bat they won't Jeep which it desires to purchase for r s' t
cash on delivery.It .
pay dues and they won't take or- is expected that the lowest uhtantlal ----
ders." offer for reasonable f'arlydE'lh'.n' Copyright I946t UnittJ State* Cratxr ftt .......es t,
will h.' :icn-pted but th>'
Mark R. Tennant The Negro, given half a chance. Board r, >-<'r%' s th' Ight t<. r.i..'c ,fl. '

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a pretty good cttisMn and I think I ------------------------ .
it would be a grave mistake to encourage 9e

Real Estate Broker him to form his own part

GLADES COUNTY LANDS land team up with the CommunistCiOPAC

or any other group t, : I

607 Congress I'.Mg. Miami, lie. it stands now, the "white" vote .n.,

som areas is much easier. to < orri < '
than the Negro vote and is far mo1 ,'
dangerous. I
I I II r !
-I i The real question in the Mathew

proposal is not whether the Negroes

\would take advantage of the state- EARLIEST OXOMAL TIMES' BUT el I7SO A SHOEMAKER OPLYNH

& McLure controlled primaries to exercise thebalance HERE'S WHY TOUR FAMILIES MADE THEIR OWN MASS, EMPICVTC3' SEVERAL
of power,-they haven't don
Engineers & Suneyors so as yet.-but whether conduct of LATER 5p.D.f ,
the primaries free of state law 1 SEE WHAT NICE SHEU MAKE NO Ord f*

13 N. Ridgewood Dr. regulations, by the party organin- i WORK WHENCE/; SOME MAN A WHO WOULDORDER COMSIOPOXXE
FLA. Hon would tend to fairer elections. THAT SHOE? SOfAEDM, MANY SHOES THE COUNTRY.
SEHRIN0, better choices of officials and leas f

fraud and manipulation In
casting !
and counting the vote ,' !

Boundary SunrjrTopoffrai"Jilc Committee control: of the primaries i
would make it possible fora iI

SurveySudULslon majority of the Committee, which I

e e could easily be made up of self-

HattingDevelopment seeking, designing politicians to f ft

practically dictate the qualifications ,

of candidates, methods of election

voting: and athr regulations
Construction KM(mates to the end'of laserlng the nomination THE SliCES CF THE LAST AFTER ftttXNa A TRUSTwORTHy BUT THE SEW*
s top of that it would open the way I BUY A PMR TOOK A LONG TIME. BE MEASURED THEN WATT TOCZEO tip IHCe IMItNJ1lU5lNESS.
Engineering DesignConsultlnR MONTHS Itm. THE SHOES WERE .
for dishonesty in elections, which, IP I SAYS FINISHES. swvosa l

e e would be beyond statutory proeecutfon HAVE Y... THAT'S ALL TOCAXMAOAM. WITH THIS MAO A SOME CWVWE

Service or penalty. WITH UR M TWO CAN TURN OUT/ FOLKS CAM f
No. John, your plan is not the READY TO NSHOES. MAS APIECE?

I'HOXE 97 answer to toe problem and If adopted -I TRY ON.

would only serve to aggravatethe
situation. 1i

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