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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1946
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00149

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A tMerry Christmas from the Democrat Force .







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I CPA Gives Approval To Sugar Mill Construction ''I



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I Contract For Last Gap i:t Advertisement Post-Office Quarters Up For i Ruth I t Sugars Given Green I




On Road 29 To Be Let :! The post-office department is requesting I Light For Building Material

proposals for new
post- -
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quarters here according to Sanitary Officer I
Road Department notice posted in tbe local office .I Work Expected To Start

by this morning Asks For CleanUpIn I
After First
For Bids Jan. 9 These proposals will be accepted Of

lupector M R. Morgan at Jack CommunityCounty January

Lakeport up to and including Janu
,
2.. 194?. and are for the lea*- Sanitarian R. E. Hftdge -
Friday tke 13th was a Unptt7
st of suitable quarters for Ute lo of the Glades-Highlands Health
&DIM ids will be date far Moore Haven for it was
office to include beat light Unit asked this week that the citizens
tie State Road on Friday of last week; that fife
ter. toilet facilities, plumbing, begin a campaign for the repair .
Jaaaary t for the Civilian Production AdministratIon
ating. lighting fixtures, safe aDd of all sanitary facilities aronnd
tk* fiaal Bat in Road 78 ( Board in Miami gave final appreval
vault and aU necessary furniture the homes or places of IHI MM. .
ly to the
rotate 39) at application of Ruth Sugars
d equipment for a term of fire particularly septic taaka.Mr. .
Mak will provide a paved of Abbeville, La., for a qaartermillion -
ten years front Augwt 1, 1947 Hodge has made rounds of
caffee earCBmiereace dollar
of concrete foundattea
thtlse. oor space of about 1200 square the city previously and pointed oat
for a sugar mill the company expects
t ia required. Important con places where new septic tank were
Contract for the north end to move here from Louisiana i
...-.uo.. are central location needed or where old eats should
rotate tress Oteecbobee to daring the coming year.
od daylight and accessibility of be repaired and is hopeful that the
Prairie
mast Caaal was let or aide doors for mail en- property owners will take the necessary The plea for CPA appreval atthis
ago to Belcher Oil building program was made at
steps to correct these faults
pasty aad the eoaatraeUoa before it is I the regular meeting of tile board em
necessary to force
General them
conditions of the
underway The aonth .. pro Wednesday of last week bat
to do ap
Moore may be obtained by those In- so through process of law
Haven to Lakeport proval held
was up pending reeatet
ed sentry years ap.* n. I ested bi r..r..nee to the posted I I of another breakdown of ntaturtekiaad

Mae tarn and I tice 11 i file ; t-office lobby Lykes Makes Annual labor from tile La. firm. Tktboard

la length and will, for most : i Gift To Moore Haven's told the Democrat byFriday ....
I
distance
require a I morning that this iafeII.u .

lag grade. The contract calls XMAS SEAL SALE IS I IAHEAD :|i Ii Three Churches I Lie would not be available beaut
and
grabbing, the
first of the week but wa. apparently
construction of a sand I received ia the maila tbat ,f
Th.'
OF 1945 annual Christmas checks
BY
road mix pavement sent bLkes Brothers Inc, large day and was approved at one* fey
The State Road
the board The official permit to
year pledged to let c s RS. COUSE' land owners in this connty. to the! aid to have been mailed to Alls
REPORT three
Moore
Haven
the coa,'Moa of this read I, ckurChea, were: rifle oa Monday of this week.
1941 : received this week gad divided asI .
bat into i j
rill
rigbl-e r
usual With the green light given to tfc.
I I as nearly as possible accordmg -
IcaHtaa a* tbs ,
Lakeport gap. : ; Th cabof! (hri-t-n.s -,>*\ JOT to the membership of the' construction of this foundation ft*
presamabty. hare been .
'
: > fight against t ib"' nu'oMhi'! .* question being asked to waaa ,
ed oat. Ta churches.'w
ed
follows i own more return during the first ;: Mt-thodi Churrh received ork will be started. Jk E. F1'M'o

routing for afcawat the i ree weeks than any previous; bra J r j $200: the Bapti-t Church $200 and; son chairman: of tae kMM of eomn- +

tang sad IB! asaaa places is i Glades County the Church of t.od $lo.. ty commissioners who kai dttMt.
or two 4M94l>* present Mrs. J. M Co rack emafajstis wuvkrjjUwaflttag '-
et aeal sale chair oi(11
.. .. I iipam gait'i MtottK UI.1'* the mm, leuetoed teJegraoi. !

l' f fcea received tkroagh last : the first of the weak from J. E.
Isnri4tY. iday aad the list of psrcbaserpended XMAS PROGRAM I IS Caldwel, president of the eaapanv -

WJ B complete this includes only those who from Sew Orleans saving dIM
\
<- provide i 'i
another
route out reported at that time. Those I GIVEN LAST NIGHT plan* wets crystalixing and that

north through Okeechobee f have paid since that date w',1j !' representatives of the compaaywould

ansville, Holopah etc, and j be listed until next week aft-i I probably be here shortly all

there are few towns along 1 return has been made to !'tatadquarters. >. 1' BY SCHOOL GROUP I for the first of the year to beats '

cots considerable time from t !i making; plans and signing contracts
t
tor trip to Jacksonville
: Approximately seventy per cent with cane jtrower": .
lowing... route after I those to whom stamps were sent A large crowd was in attendant The first statement tn the press

$ Okeeekoket ao town is hit ve made their returns and other a I last night for the open-air Chri-tm-s. I 11 Continued .n Pact' 4 IIRS.
;
ly until the
motorist te la cr
requested to do
so as soon M
near Daafntrt- 3)o program given by the first (our I
ssible ao that a complete! report
Also to ke let oa the .. be made before primary grades and the high school
| January 1. M BOE
is a contract for widening 'I Those reported to date are: Park band. The program was arranged ',I APPOINTED

wayo. 801 through '", lac, Miss Bertha Gram by Band Leader W. D. Jackman.

for a distance of 1.;; miles E! Gaatt's Bar. $5 each Dr and The program was gives OB tke, I CHAIRMAN OF USQ

--- rs. D. M. Draagaa. )lr. and >i+a. athletic
field with the ..mehl1-t
j C. Byrd Mr and Mrs F. D

CONTRACTOR Mr and Mrs J, L Herndon. dreg grouped at one side and the JCOUNTYJAMPAIGN.)
; band at the other la the
r. and Mrs J. E. Frierson )(r. and ceDtE'r'j

rs. 0 II. Bond )Ir. aad Mrs W. la treat of a canvas drop was assembled -

HE IS i iI i Mr. and Mra Arch Main: the group for the Nativity I: The appointment of Mrs. R. Roe

( I r. and Mrs. A. G. Hatch Eason. .scene beside aa improvised mangerDuring as Glades County Chairman of the '
I 1 CSO's campaign to raise funds for
ON REA I' and Mrs Keaaeth Gilbert. Mr. the pantomime the canvas its activities
in 1917
was
a&aount-
Sloan. Mr. and Mrs Harry drop was lowered to disclose a
i
aid
oster. )lr. and. Mrs B. 0 Wood lighted Christmas t.ne battlti td state today by S Kendrick Guernsey,
I & '. Mr. Mrs. campaign chairman.
The J. P Thompson; <',) aad Dan Grit music was anuaaally fIDe nod the The USO
and Mrs L. M Lilly Mr gad goal for our county is
group of children,
Company and its bonding staging in chorus, 120...," declared Mrs. Doe
rs. H. C henna Harry P. Joha- on accepting
have been notified bthe disclosed: the effect of tke trafsl erg
Electric J. L Beck aDd SOBS, )lr. and i which has .... given Ute position, "and I am -
Cooperative
that i Fred Plaaders. Mr and lot i The entire positive the p!eple of Glades will be
I n.1 program was fol
tractors are in default on I aa glad to do their
I rod Coyaer. Mr and Mrs J. B. chare when they
i tract for Ute eoaatraetloa
oster, Mr. and Mrs N Done )lr. lowsHappy consider the important wort USO
i Raral BeetrtficaUoB Fantasy Backtel, ...... still has
to do in
Mr the corning Tear.-
i Carr Settle. Glades Print Happy Chriatatea
Glades County Tae ) Day Cauck Tie r
Company, )lr. tad Mrs. J. M.Coatianed Folk 9ea*Ckorau.. opeatng date of alt county
taken tae
by board last V9O campaign will be announced
( oa Page 8) Jolly Old 8t Nicholas.tlCiorus. Tradition 1
t A wit ta sow ta circuit ---- i la Jaanary. Mrs. Roe said, as will
i through which the ('Oat the aassea o; tile commi'tee mast
Date For I BesMe fly Cradle Her I Stand
seeing aa tajaacttoa to .. ...... hers assisting her in the t'90 d1v*,.
fleas bettg energized i I "USO Is. *
Performance The ChrMmaa necessity in 1$47,
I Story-Croat the
i Mra.
paid aBeged damages for | i Doe stated, 'for the veterans
coastractioa caused by REA .i i Set for Jan. 15 110&Gospel. of St Lake-M. E. Y'*1D'wg te bOBBttal beds, who need sffjf
; I { I .
this ttee It ia difficult to Ute entertainment they ran get I Away la
I I a Maaavr, Luther heir
the Jtaea long difficult
win be
I Bo vies, county adm InEugene Chora road to reco-v*
i e......... officer for the Production I 0 Ltttte Town of Bethlehem tff CSf.Camp) howv troupaa

: W. at Iray. REA ...* I Marketing Administration, has I Chorus. -i lay everynay, Navy: and >Teteraa

i today ffeat *Maa> a group I i (; letters of notification to an Beautiful Sicker Back-Band. aoapital In the county on a freeaeat '
I)I ,
; is completed and the farmers who regular basis
are participat- Santa Clans, Raaky-Cfcorau.
; fibs the proper. invoices 1 ", In soil building and eonaervaSliest Night Grafter-Cftoraa. "Our "h.:,,l draft boardare still

; neat ke sin be paid by practices, to die effect flit, A Christmas Poem-M. E. Moe r4- taking 1 br out of nvi',a!. life for

ap to aiaety per cent of : ., mast report oa performance aOL attlitir.vice, as the parents latnow

of the completed aortfoa I 1I4 prior to Jaauary 15 1947. Now Let Every Tongue AdoreThee. tbt' r".art', all too wefl. Tfces
coatyaet at aa/ time. r bdan':]! !ae million and a halfrr"f
has Mea eatokttaked asa Back-Band.Parddpattag ,+ ,
ports ha** beea that delays t 1 armed forces neo every
ta are math
ergtttaf the Mlle bye beam > ,I I load possiMe with the homes
: The farmer who does not report scene were: Deriu Griffith as Madate r., ; I I .
; I they've left
the fattare of t** astr compHaace before that Dean HefTin as Joseph; Dam Gal behind them USO 1
tala kit !j ia-j I serves as their 'home from
ttoaet4r.natptie
1 not ke eligible for payments alaL, Jiawr click. Teanav Cook> I',i borne away
; these tie Qa oa tile procmm except those who I ****** Cook. WOnm Cason '
; are work is amt 'gotug ,.., "II'! able to prove to the Robert Dapree at tilt Wise Men and''That's whr i m "urn the people

,. a coatraet fa 8>h.tafa< to that the fattare CoIIatJ'1 slid lltoistdrs. of Glades will gire aad give geaerrrl i

i oa Jaawftiy 1 tr tk: I a.w | to doe to coadttiom ever MML J. A_ M:!3w g.ve t&* pssao Bee I !:said dj-"ff the HSO drive," Mrs

: can fe bavse the g B4ratiBraat I have M ceateeL iccouapaaiawsK for the ;

i Ir the new REA These tetter ware atOctal .s aid arrangement of childrec'siaa lights.] Other officers are: Harry P. John-
MU-I'
Mrs at tV bftUios is .* ..... gal M elute **** sings cetawfy., lilt. was D. j I son. vke-rhatnaia: Carr Settle

)<"'n'i 1 K .... I .... Taj Dar .-. he'I'I 1-el+ltlakaeat. ,. a* A. j:I Muller.paHiritT secretary-treasurer.chairman and Mrs. W A.

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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL NEWS -

I /\F GREATEST benefit to his
fellows is the man who

SUNDAY Lesson looks ahead with clear vision I
EuI i' and with conscientious effort to
..- -- achieve the
I Os HAROLD L. LCNDQCIST. D. D. good. I

The- Moody b7 Western Bible Institute Newspaper erf QucafO.Releaeed Union... To *Iff s geed Auric9 sasses
THENByPAULMALLON tt "M<*m/M the umpli prinfipUion
ubitb ear asides tea fDIlrU4l, '
MEMOS. Lesson for December 22 lo ebitn thin in our lly lilt 1
**4 to ffti for Ij' %"llfd.U I
5'rl: 1 Morris. i
; LeMoo cubiecU and Scripture text ..-
acted and copyrighted by International The blue of heaven it larger .
:EeleaseU by Western Newspaper Union.
:-ounce of Rctiflou Educatka; used by than the clouds.
Christmas Dinner Needs crmission. CIO WANTS RAISES OUT
CHRISTMAS DINNER Moet of the things that are
I Color and Good CookingTo A MESSAGE OF LOVE OF NEXT YEAR'S 'PROFITS' put off until tomorrow should

Appeal to Appetites Cranberry Juice (CHRISTMAS LESSON) WASHINGTON. CIO Pres. Phil have bun done yesterday, I'
Murray calculated publicly that nextyear's
Rib Roast of Beef
like
People axe elevators.
LESSON TEXT-John sale: EpfaesUc business profits will be nine We
Browned Potatoes i.-H-n. lift lower others to j
or the level
and half His statis-
a billion dollars.
Green Beans with Mushrooms MEMORY SELECTION-ThsnXj be unto we are on. i
Hot Roll God for his unspeakable gift.-a cortntb ana ticians who told him this are presumably
: :. Molded Salad Relishes 1l5. the same statisticians who

Plum Pudding with Sauceor have been wrong on everything else .....
Fruit Cake .When Jesus was born in Bethlehem so far including the expectation of
there were only a few men and widespread unemployment after the
Recife given. women of faith who could see in the war. This is the highest profit in all MOlt MOTHIRJ DO THIfiiu

Babe of the manger the glory and history, says Murray, so CIO will

To make the cranberry relish used the power of Christ. It was a dark demand a general wage increase IfBabvHai

in the recipe for the salad use the and unbelieving age into which he without inflationary price increases.
following directional was born-and who will say that it Ha forgets that everyone heard that

U different in the day in which we before this very year, when wage
French Cranberry Relish celebrate Christmas, 1946. Increases to CIO resulted in strenuous A Cold

1 pound raw cranberries Indifferent, ignorant and sinful price increases to the pub-

1 large orange people are glad to try to capitalizeon lic. So Murray's CIO laid down a

1 large red apple the spirit of Christmas, but they wage boost program to get a gen-

1 cup honey till despise and turn away from the eral minimum increase of 20 centsan .

Wash berries, orange and core ap- Son of God, Jesus the Saviour.It hour (it. will be more he saps

ll ple. Put through the meat grinder, behooves us, therefore, to present !If prices do not go down) and two rr isI
rr using medium knife. Add syrup once more the message of the and a half billion dollars more for t .111I11 rd rn uni

and let stand in the refrigerator. Saviour who came at Christmas, ts! six million members.The Cwlt. at,,ate. ablo undo Keen,

i, This wiQ make 3H cups of relish. that all men may hear of him. CIO thus announces its Ida f-llrtllllnllCtlaa YlPORwII. lit.neuter: sonata**

It may be used u a relish for meat, Our lesson speaks of God's great plans for plainly unwise action. stltp 1DItIIIIl... IIId C&ll1aaL

if desired. Trimmings from the jellied gift of love and tells what manner Its leadership publicly proposed eet-knawn home

relish salad can be added to af men and women we should be because getting the country into some B you can use to remedy relieve

Christmas dinner Is for family fruit cup the following day. he did give his Son for us. very bad economic trouble, on distress children's: colds fi

and friends. They should be liveD A good plum pudding may be kept I. God's Christmas Gift to Ui the basis of reasoning which comfortingVtcls VtpcRaJj.

their favorite foods, prepared family for several weeks, if desired, and (John 3:16). would hardly fool a 10-year-old Even while you rub it on.,
style. Plan meal ahead and allowed to mellow like a good fruit God loved-so God gave. Love child, much less a working CIO VapoRub starts to work tci

save last minute muslin and cake. Or, if you want some for New prompts the heart to give. One maygive adult. ease distress.: ..andltkeeponworkingduringthenlght

fussing. Year's Day also, double the following without loving, it Is true, butane As they might say down on the No wonder
recipe: cannot love without giving. farm, Murray has figured ont most mother
always doi
We may all get somewbat worn- the profit of calf unborn
God's love for man existed from a yet this when "ICKS
a
Plum
put by the hustle and bustle of the Royal Pudding
all eternity. It provided a way of what it will be sold for a year coldstriies.m 1fVAPORUIWuJSufu
holidays, but, confess now, would eggs, separated redemption for man and in due season from now, at a time when the
give of it upT I don't think K cup brown sugar
you any the Saviour came, to live, to mother has been weakening under
inyone would say "yes," because 2 tablespoons lemon Juice love, to die for all mankind.It stress. He is preparing to
that's half the fun of Christmas. fi cup chopped suet
was no chance event no accident demand a share he fixes for
Christmas is the time to put on 1U cups soft bread crumbs in himself in fatafens
history; it was the heart of jisreaswaMeness -
four feast of the year, for this is 1J4 teaspoons baking powder God speaking in his "unspeakablegift" in advaace. ?

liii truly the mealthat's ?i teaspoon salt (II Cor. 9:15) of his only begotten The seriousness of advancing such
-1It remem IVi teaspoons cinnamon Son. a weak proposition into the na- BIIII liitl lit tint if
1 Jl; + 1 bered. Whatever )i teaspoon nutmeg:
tional
That leads us to our second Scrip economic picture can be demonstrated RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
t. you have, 94 cup seeded raisins tore and our second point We who : by plain, observable indisputable -
set it on a colorful H cup currants
receive gifts try to express our : facts, to wit:
table with red H cup nutmeats appreciation in a polite and proper The stock market, in which a man
and colorsin IVi tablespoons flourCranberry
green way. now must use his own cash money
.r) food and dec- 1- II. Oar "Thak Yew" to CM and win or lose what he has on his I. d
,
rations predominating. Have everything : (Eph. 3:14-21): '. good or bad judgment takes an t
cooked to perfection and Paul's entirely different view of expected .
prayer for the Ephesian
let the rest take
of itself.
care
Do your marketing and planning I church (and for us also who are in profits. The stock market has been 1 Urt Qottfee.r._.II-...,.s.z.sec
veil in advance the "family" v. 15) tells us how going down for some sftooth. largely .*I1IIHI: III III U Illtllll
so you won't be I el we may live our lives as Christians in fear of what Murray and the U III Kll till ttltU n lit r iwtttl tf rkl I
disappointed, and do get most of fAE HO do ,tMn ,
&nd may to pro/its. mi u miimu urns
express our gratitude to God.
food prepared in advance so e *
won't be caught in the last th'l The church of Christ, made up of STRIKES
t. p:;(' who are believers in him CAUSE LOSSES
rush. Dessert, refrigerator ,
should! show its A pelt is something yew have
relationship to God
dough and salad can all be prepared F WHY
and its appreciation of his grace by earned, net something ye. nay ar
the day before Christmas if its .r may not get. Murray seasatisealty )
follow # AYMaREln
you the suggested menu. avoided .
Cranberry Juice. I Strength (v. 16). It does not any mentis el n
honor God nat profits are now_wttfc \S: treads .
Mix 't nor is he properly
equal quantities of cranberryand rep Ford
estimating a loss, before
i resented in the world by those who
juice. Add half much
orange as
tax rebates
for the first Bin
ginger ale and chill thoroughly before ._ ... are spiritually weak and ineffective. months ef 51 million
-- -- It is the deBars and
privilege of the believer
serving. General Motors Starts Relief In 6 Seconds
to increasing ear -
be
Reast Beef. relish salad is madeof "strengthened with might" (v.
16) and prices another $ because it from AH 6 usual"e''LIU'Canto fI
this takes
Wipe roast with a damp cloth; easy-to-get foods like apples, or- place as the cannot .
dredge bottom of pan with flour. anges and honey. It can be pre- Holy Spirit has liberty "with power If he had operate at entreat rests. :

Place roast in pan. skin side down, pared the day before and garnished penetrating to your inmost being," wndd have mentioned disclosed them he I CI M\Sef
and rub over with flour. Place in prettily by cutting the as Weymouth translates it. No partof eeenmniegTMUMl IJ '
a moderate (300 to 350 degrees) oven molded salad with a scalloped man's inner being is then left fer a wage rednetMM. Ilrastlts COLD PRIPASATION '
These leases 01
and cook as follows: for a well done cookie cutter, and topped with an weak or without the light and graceof are doe ra large ., ... LIQUID
part to the T. 4iruI.
129-day CIO sirflne enlr e*
roast 15 minutes per pound plus 15 apple cut the same way, garnished the Holy Spirit.
minutes; for medium done 12 minutes with mayonnaise and a red cherry. 2. Love (v. 17). This is the strong in the motor industry, and t.
per pound plus 15 minutes; and foundation of aO spiritual develop the materials shortages
for a rare roast 10 minutes to a Add beaten egg yolks to brownsugar ment and usefulness. Roots are other iMe strikes are partly ************,*
pound plus 15 minutes. and mix in lemon juice. Blendin put down deep (as we change the respMt; ),

Green Beans with Mushrooms. suet, bread figure of speech) to hold the life Anyone can see this, and all prof ;
!! steady, and to its economists have. If the YOUR
(Serves 6 to II) crumbs and re- provide the nourishment CIO goes I j
fGl
2 pounds green beans, cut In slivers maining ingre Zl'llIJ, for spiritual living. on another 120-day strike next year SE
,)i pound fresh mushrooms dients. Lastly, This is all possible because Christ to get a minimum 20-cent-an-hour
ii cup minced onion fold In stiffly makes his home in the heart. Think wage boost, there may not be
14 teaspoons salt beaten egg whites. of the privilege of making such a any profits again. How is General

ii cup waterS Use a 2 quart guest feel at home in our hearts! Motors going to sell cars on the

tablespoons butter or bacon fat mold which has Let us be: grateful and let us recognize promise of a year's delivery, when
J4 teaspoon sugar been greased him and honor his e.the CIO lays out a program which '

it teaspoon pepper well Sprinkle with flour and pour 3. Knowledge (rro.18,19). The believer looks as if it would cause a strike
in pudding. Cover and has to know and force maybe two years' delivery
Ji cup milk or cream steam for 3 not only the -
Combine beans with mushrooms hours, or bake at 250 degrees for 3 knowable, but also that which passes or morel The strikers now are

which lave been washed and sliced. hours. If individual molds are used, knowledge, namely the love of striking against themselves, and the
this will make six puddings. Christwe economics they lay down oronow. to ,
:Add onion salt, water, butter work F
their :
and sugar. Cover and cook over low To make a sauce for the pudding, shan grow in grace as we against own best interests IRq S
.
If
seat until tender. Add ingredients beat 1 egg yolk and add tt cup of grow in the knowledge of the they cannot sell pars before SAVI
heat well and serve. sugar slowly. Fold in stiffly beaten lore of Christ (U. Pet. 3:18). We money runs low, they cannot even

Canned mushrooms and egg white and another Vt cup of with all of God's people-what a make as much wage as at present, ***
green great and delightful and their program prevents them ***********
beans may be substituted for fresh sugar. Add 1 teaspoon: of vanilla. company-are
produce, if desired. Just before serving fold in % cup of to comprehend, to really grasp, the from selling. This is just plain stupid
cream which has been whipped. length and breadth and height and union leadership, against which the
Cranberry Relish Salad. Orange or lemon flavor or grated depth of his love. union man, now working part time

(Serves 6) rind may also be used for flavoring. We say with the psalmist "Such because of other strikes and short STRAINS
2 cops fresh cranberry reU&b knowledge is too wonderful for me ages, has no chance because he SORENESS
t 1 tabUipoon plain gelatin Jack Homer Padding it is high, I cannot attain to it" must do what the union leaders '

Vi cup cold water 2H caps milk i (Ps. 139:6). But then we remember say or lose his job entirely.
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12 apple slices H cup brown sugar 1 that it is as Christ dwells "in e > b

Real mayonnaiseSalad U teaspoon salt : our hearts by faith" (v. 17) that we RIDICULOUS PROPOSAL lot A cad Emits seines houMbaU for M y.4t.dad's MtiMptS trm+

greens SV4 tablespoons cornstarch i are able to comprehend such truth. That kind of economics is just BALSAM OF UTKBHI It .eotaieootkJBt ..

To cranberry relish, add gelatin H cup seedless raisins Most Christians live on a very plain asinine. Murray cannot possibly rae coma to reCere the Kraoe*adTakes

soaked in cold water and dissolved H cap eat fis* i low plane, going along with a limIted know how much anyone will d.w..J.ad the stiac .... fcco etniDeoI--eat cf bane,
to tot water. Turn into shallow pan 1 teaspoon grated orange rind and unsatisfactory Christian experience make next year, the employer or aWs.Uueet bites ask sad Iry poiee

rinsed with cold water. Have mixture Scald 2 cups milk in the top of i when all this is available his own CIO worker. To imagine a fee pe4 wind sad sea barn .... eaddMf .. .>._
tUa. lu
teCM
at least one to them by faith. stupendous figure far the aBtJwptie acttoa
double boiler, add brown sugar and future, and the daacar cfittf ct>aa wfacarm the
inch deep. amTmU7 salt Stir the remaining cup cold 4. Faith (v, 20). Here we see why then plan a wage-boosting cam ekteleertcrbrakn.Kee ',:.
firm. Cut milk into the cornstarch to make c it is possible to do the impossible paign on that basis is so ridiculous tpa battle beady far tbe aaar
anaI< of fatcaea ead .. At _-
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with a scalloped smooth paste. Stir into the hot miH'': to know that which passes know he will have a hard time fooling JOUr dfAoiet-lrW si.. bottfc y J5fift
cookie cutter and I mixture, and continue to stir until I' edge, to see the unseen. It is bj his most ardent supporters and .......d ... a$" .o ... P.aI. :

place on salad smooth and thick. Add raisins tip faith in him wtois able to do in actually will prevent realization of L H.UII'OfIO SoJe M/aco epst1a11 tL --:._, _

greens. Top with and grated orange rind. Cover and finitely beyond an our highest his imaginations. Such foolishness .
;4ncb apple cook over hot water H hour. Pow prayers and thoughts" (Weymouth should be stopped In an economic -

alice cut with into deep custard cups, cool and v. 20) that we attain unto this crisis and Murray should be the
tame cutter and dipped hi lemon I chin. Unmold and serve garnished blessed place of blessin first to stop it, because he has more BalSqlll'Mqrrh
4 Juice. Top with real mayonnaise and I with sprig of holly. to lose (or his workers have) from .

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I Colleges Take Livestock Honors; 1 I New Resignation Program of Wilson Wyatt aa


Violence Marks General Strike; I marked national President housing Truman's administrator deter

ruination to fit the nation's bu Bd.
To block haad-eraeheted

hat pin-boxes ia cold, or beanies, Immerse hits the, drain To prevent them oa chipping a turkish your towel dishes if, German Scientists Aiding U. S. fog of the program free economy within the restored framework by i, .f
water the
place top of you have no draining rack. When
the fat PLeased by was era:K. Cska.. sweeping decontrol
crown on a surface vp pcr
dry towel and pull into over Allow a I through rinse towel and hang up (tE ITO&1t NOTE wan .*?lAU.. *r. ..'r.....i .. thm. ..tima*. tkcr art U... .! Wyatt's retirement followed the
shape. to dry for next time. Rave J\ ...,.,er lBl; .l t cf U1| Ml Mt cetMrtir .< Ul ..w.*a..r.> President's refusal to grant his de-
to dry with the cloth inside. .
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remoTe-eTe Save pieces of soap tie them *E the erratic housing program along.
mildew from a I'' tightly in a piece of soft flannel, As typified in his fight with War
shower curtain, wash it ia hot suds'i and dip in bailing water until soft Assets administration over award
than moisten the spots with lemon '' Place in oold water until firm w 3t ing the huge Dodge-Chicago plantto

|mce and sH and hang the curtain ( Remove flannel, and a good baD Lustrom corporation for construction -
in die sun to dry. i{ of soap is ready for use.t of prefabricated steal

-e- i t t enamel houses, Wyatt had sought
Bake several dishes of food atone i i Umbrellas Wed up when dampare authority over other government

time, so that one heating of Likely to mildew. Leave open agencies to press his emergency
the oven does several jobs.JUSTlff ,10 dry. program.
Withdrawal of Wyatt from the

I housing picture does not portenda
1 What shall I buy for him this relaxation in the government's desire

Christmas? If he's a cigarette for the speedy erection of sorely .
r'J', "qll4'R ..Y' smoker, select a carton of 200 ': ; needed dwellings Mr. Truman
''7.4'l; ,. mild, choice cigarettes. ne said. Since its inception, the emergency -
Fcc A ,ri % ; : brand? Give him a cigarette with program has been of a flexible -
6-1" "" "%hD'Y"'';; : long, pop'tlar acceptance-Camels. nature permitting alteratte&s to
They're sure to please. And for meet changing condtto&s, he p fated -
But Wbo Did? !i the man who smokes a pipe, jive outSPAIN
A woman posed for a snapshotin Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco. y
front of the fallen pillars of an i the world's largest-selltof pipe :

ancient temple in Greece j tobacco Special holiday gift wrap- Poses
"Doa't get the car *n the pic I I pmgi make both Camels and Oakland pickets Question
ture." she said "or my husband I| Prince Albert particularly desirable smash typewriter When is or is not a dictator a
will think I ran into the place:" I choice. Camels are conveniently belonging to threat to world peace?
packed-ten packages cf Charles HOI Berkeley Members of the United Nation's

Caa't Watt I flavorful mellow cigarettes to a Calif., when security and political council under
.Mdw," roil OH f-t-+tMer. certoa Prince Albert is hand they suspect he purchased took the answer to that disturtfeg
"}sec -.u *. MT>, Mry .*, A somely wrapped in one poun3 It in struck question in pondering Russiaarin-
aebkr ..1 ba.droneer near tin your moisture-proof containers. AH oi Donna store Over spired proposals for termination of
ke aiad yen .... ft* *. ..**.'* I the packages inclada space far a 134,00ft AFL unionists walked out li general strike in support of re- I diplomatic and commercial rela-
"H.., Attuly Drilling! Haswbn.l' holiday message. Your nearest tan clerks. tions with Franco Spain

dealer is featuring these choice I Like Greece, where the British
Fair Warning I' Christmas gifts now.-Adv. STOCK SHOW: rank and file of the union continued ; and Russians are at odds Spain

Uab.l-Jack told me I was the I to swear by John L. From Charleston occupies a strategic position in the
eighth wonder of the world. Colleges' Day W. Va., Pres. William Blizzard Mediterranean, dominating the
that of District 17 charged "This is part western entrance. Aa long as the .
Oeaaor-And what did you say SORE THROAT Perhaps it was only fitting
abel-I told him not to let me fca nation's: agricultural colleges, \ of a plot by the Democratic partyto rightists! remain m power in the
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catch hfan with any of the other Modern-type, which have devoted so much effort destroy the union. In :Mahan, Iberian peninsula, British controlof
medicated DF COLDS W Va.. Chester Cadle of Local
seven. vaponstart toward the improvement of American Secy this gateway is relatively assured
at once to re- 6713 said "The down
boys my way Communist dominance of the
lieve sore throat, help quiet cough. farming, copped the major hones ;
Overheard at the dance-"Well, tog of gold. Try placing a btt+e at the 47th International liveStock country on the other band, would
we're praetieaLy engaged. He's PENETRO on the tongu. exposition in Chicago. threaten their grip.
last waiting for his fiancee to send Royal Jupiter, a 1,370-pound In countering Russian demands
pack the ring" i PENETRD & RUB Shorthorn steer entered by Oklahoma for a quick end of Franco at the

A. & M. college, was awarded 4z U.N meetings Hartley Shawcross
grand championship, with Wyoming of Britain pointed out that there

Get sweeter, tastier bread! Challenger Standard, another Shorthorn bl were other European countries with
owned by the University of dictatorial regimes. To act against
Spain would set a precedent for
Wyoming, named reserve title- i
FLEISCHMANN'S( bolder. l meddling in the internal affairs of a-,
use A 2-pound Hampshire barrow I other nations, he said.

r. FRESH catered by Purdue university was U. N.: j
adjudged; the grand hog champion 1
marking the 10th victory chalked Red Surprise {

op by the Lafayette, Indo, institution Long staunch propo&e&ts ef unrestricted -
: in this class since the stock use of the veto by the i

show started. five major powers in the United
I1 Having taken firsts in the steer Nations organization the Raistnns
and hog competition, the colleges rJohn =
created a stir at the U. N. meeting6ia
EASTfUll.STRENGTH patented themselves with a second *
r Lake Success, N. Y., by an-
in the lamb showing, Ohio State e nouncing their willingness to sacrifice

'ry e aw raSversity winning runner-up honors the veto in the control of arms
ya ,! with a 147-pound Hampshire wether. .--- and atomic energy.

Sixteen-year-old Wayne Disch The Soviet's sudden turn-about
L In
;e. i' Evansville WIs., took first place ; Biggest Fightare caused speculation in diplomatic
with a 110-pound Southdown.
circles regarding Russia's motives.
sure mad. They'll stick with
!-N .1/065 Hit (Lewis now until hell freezes over" With only the masters In the Kremlin -
Miner Bin Jones from Bentleyvffle, aware of the real objectives of
K AH Chicago seemed to take out Pa., growled"Let the government the surprising shift in attitude, dele-
the welcome mat for: more than attorneys dig the damn coaL" gates asked: Had the Reds decided
I F1ei hm af\' fresh ociu* Yeast starts lOW rural farm youth attending the on a new policy of international cooperation
15th annual 4-H congress. Clean General WalkoutThe or did a realization that
working right away! All the strength of the yeast brings
and wholesome with an andnnnng they themselves could cot developan
out all the flavorful goodness of your bread. Be surer of open downtown district of Oakland.
manner, the boys and girls atom bomb for some time instill
sweet taste-tight tertura-fragrant freshness titty timtl rent to steal Calif., seethed with violence during
right on the Windy a desire to prevent U. S. productionof
the general strike of AFL unions
City's heart. the in the racnediata
IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, Insist on over two retail establishments' re- weapon
Perhaps because they most typl- future?
Fleischmann's fuD-strength fresh adieu Jed the hundreds of 4-H representa- union fusal to recognize the Retail Clerks While the Russians eschewed use

Yeast with the familiar yellow labeL Dependable Ott :Yves present, the eight health of the veto in carrying out arms
As militant pickets milled about,
America's. favorite yeast zhampions chosen attracted wide business and labor leaders and City and atomic energy control they reserved
attention. There was especial praise 1 the right to employ it in
for over 70 Manager Herbert Hassler met to end
tor Nancy Jean Davis, 17, Pitts- i the strike. The walkout resulted the security council in setting up
burg. Okla., who not only correcteda i the machinery for regulation.
years.4rvrt:4 when the two stores joined with the
curvature of the and built
spine Oakland Retail Merchants' association -
jp her own health but also whole Anti-Nazi Tells Church
r5r in demanding that the union Fight''
/ heartedly participated in the 4-H
f
; show a majority in all 26 of the
program for better sanitation nutrition member establishments or drop
and medical standards in
her community. their demands.. .
Al'L truck, bus. trolley ana tram
******************** *******1* Girl champions in the spotlight included employees walked out with the retail

Patricia Morgan, 18, West- clerks, paralyzing the transport a.'s
A Good Return on You Money When/ You vflle, Ind., canning; Mildred Bruce system. Other AFL unions followed
IT, Newport, Ark., homemaking; suit Having Indicated their support
Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! and Doris Anders, U, Heron Lake, of the striking clerks the other
t.fum., food preparation. I j unions then were ordered back to

Wendell Straughm, 17, Oldham 1 their Jobs by their leaders.
*****************< ************* county, Ky., displayed the biggest I

-- -- -- heart at the meet having canned SCIENTISTS:

1,900 quarts of fruit meats and Wok for U. S.
vegetables last year and given most I
"CoLO BllG-"GOT YOU CHILD? sf them to a Baptist orphanage German scientists recruited from
and hoapitaL the reich and working on year-to-
I
year contracts have turned over secret .
LABOR: I research data worth millions
TiGHt; A"t1wGMUSCis -
and advanced American aviation
: Pastor NlemoeDer arrives la
Agf M/ Stiff PenaltyWhen I from two to 10 years, army authorities U. S. with wife.
SPECIALTY! Judge T. Alan dsborough at Wright Field Ohio declared

1 w : slapped a $3,500,003 fine against the Numbering both former Nazis and Famed anti-Nazi churchman Pas-

; United Mine Workers and a $18.000 independents, the scientists are hardat tor Martin NiemoeQer, who spent
st : penalty against DMW Chieftain John i ii work on development of supersonic eight years in a concentrationcamp
a .. i L Lewis for contempt of court In (faster than sound) passen- for his opposition to state con
I': Itaging the soft: coal strike, It ger aircraft guided missiles and trol of religion told the Federated

I, harked a new phase in American other new weapons. More prominent Council of Churches meeting In .
labor relations.Judge among them include Dr. Rudolph Seattle, Wash., that the war was
Goldsborough would not faa- Hermann aero-dynanoicist :' necessary for resolving the issue of
prison Lewis and thereby wt him ups credited with perfecting the V-2 freedom of worship.In )
:: \ a martyr to labor's cause: butt rocket and Dr. Alexander Lrppisch, the U. S. officially to thank
._ t the stiff fines imposed against both chief designer of the Messerscfcsiitt American churches for assistance
the union and its big boss were designed plant given German denominations sine
UVI rrfi/F W Poor little chest nsawUi t3 aarT i to impress labor generally; The scientists' contracts with the the end of the war NiemoeHer de-
-Khey- from hard coag; ai? QdekJ that in a dispute involving goveraj U. S. can for an allowance of $4 dared that Just as members of all
tlCUTUAl 'TUM Menth 1atum. Rub it on back cbevV j tsent interests the government daily for payment of personal living sects submitted to Nazi control so
LJ"\\ neck. You ch2d wi3 KJU that !mDf > Vtood above all parties. expenses and salaries ranging did others form a brave resistance
I gently atimulating acdoa Helps louracongestion I Set back by the decision the UMW from $123 to $11 a day, depending band. Said NiemoeHer: "God (did)
11//P t. 'A' J kritatiaa d ]d'1 command took Immediate steps to I' upon their abilities. Families of the not honor one single denomination
delicate normal .u.. A4 aaaw tza4eomfortiag tppaal, but regardless of the euthae scientists hi Germany have beta by making it the stronghold ofsistance"
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GLADES COUNTY mal pre-war mode of living Is. to Kenneth Baumgardner found four er. Mrs. J. B. COT presented Miss I given by Mrs. D. C. Mitchell on

a great extent, gone forever. New II turkeys on a week-end trip and Rush with a beautiful corsage of a Christmas theme, with a Seria- J
DEMOCRAT adjustments mutt be made to living Roger Weeks and Bunny Bales yellow crysantbemums. The class,I tare reading by Mrs. W. S. Bowman +

MOORE HAVE*. FLORIDA in a world changed by the added another one or two to the presented their sponsor with a miniature and the reading of "The Fourth

conflict : four they brought in the first day silvered Christmas tree to Wise Man" by Mrs. MitcheiL .-,::"::

Entered as second-cla: matter. May Maybe this has been rather a 11 of the season. I which had been pinned a handker- A social hour followed under the :
a Haven. 1M7 Florida at the, Poatofflce under the at Act Moor of round-about way of getting at It chief from each class member. direction of the hostesses. Mrs. --J
Cona-reu of March J. 1117.PuklUhttf but let us hope that on this Christ FlSIfIXGXD HU>TIMi VIMTOKNWilliam Following refreshments invited I Stanley Wayman and Mrs. Jacob ',

mas, while we enjoy the receiving)I guests came in for dancing which Heflin. This featured a debate on _::'J."
Every Friday By and giving of gifts, the feasting *' CampI. was enjoyed until a late hour. I "Is There A Santa CUM?" between -. -
THE GLADES PRIVTIXG CO I.e. and the merrymaking, we will takea I E. Dove Bill* Dove and R. B. Those attending were Maude i Rev. W. S. Bozeman and Carr Set- -cc'

CARR SETTLE. PablUhtr little time to reflect on the Caller Bradentoo; Ed Howe Ed Click, Joy Summers, Jeanne Heflin, tie several games aDd contests for
meaning of the holiday aad dediCate Rowe, Jr., H. T. Webb, E. C. Car- Lois Ann Cox Louise Raalerson which prises were awarded the winners -

!Sub.eriatl.! Rater ourselves to making every .t- mack E. C. Carmack. Jr., C. G. Jessie Ruth Braaaan. Eugenia I and the distribution of gifts : .

One Tear .__ ,2.:10 fort toward bringing about that Hassock G. L. Hannock Miami; WhMden, Becky Stalls, John Bran- from tile Christmas tree to all :-
"peace on earth, goodwill to ...." H. C. Avery Jacksonville; H. L. nan Jimmy Crum Bobby Sexton., Refreshments of angel "
8U H..... ________ ,..:1 present.
Gooding, Orlando; Bob Frazier, Cleveland Hancock. Donald Far-I food cake and coffee were served, __
CPA Approves- I Chicago; E. Whit lock, O. Aldrich. nam, Marion Vowell, Wilson Cason a tray to each couple and on the -- y

I I Palm Beach. Donald Galaasini and Miss Rush.L'.tV j trays were two small candles in.
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Continued from Page 1) Msere IIAII...*..f saiOOL ( Ass
fJv1EA1VDEWNGS occasion wereRev.
Enjoying the .
from the company was a story under T. J. Drake. Lake Worth; T. N.
HAs ('lIIl1:nl.\t; MKRTINGThe : and Mrs. Bozeman Mr. and Mrs. ,
By Carr Settle a" Breaux Bridge La. dateline Bragg, .. Hinaon. N. Berkley :-:
i in the dailies one day this weekto Boone Hugh Reynolds, Leonard Carr Settle, Mr. and Mrs Ray
Christmas meeting of the "
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heffln <,
Yoder
the effect that the CPA, aa well
White, Miami; Phil W. Proll. Dr.
Classof
the Mollie Settle Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wayman, Mrs.
Next celebrate
Wednesday we I as all of us had been in error about Geo. Long Dr. B. R Fudge Win
birthday anniversary of the Christ the company moving one of their ter Haven; Mr. and Mrs. Hills the Methodist Church was held Caroline Bales Mrs. Gladys Stalls, .
kttd who came to earth to bring mills to Florida. Instead Caldwell Sarasota; Arthur Wells Dr. McIntosh Wed.Dea4IaeTftIag at the Woman's Mrs. Harry Foster. Miss Della Rush. ,
"peace OB prth aad goodwill to all had stated that his company had West Palm Beach; H. W. Club rooms. I Mrs. Lillian Goyette Mr. and Mrs. .
...." Some of those historians purchased the mill of the Vermillion Mehaffey, Newton. N. C. The president Mrs. E. P. Ewing, j. W. Adkins, Mrs. Margaret Far-
who are sticklers for accurate detail Sugar Company and would move that presided at a brief business session nam. Mrs. D. C. Mitchell and Mrs.

will tell you that we do notaberve mill to Moore Haven. This, he said. ILAMIirKUKU: "'.\UT\' AT before the devotional which was, E. P. Ewing -

the exact day of the birth represented an investment of a MOO1IKS TfrMHY M ------- ---
eel Christ bat DO matter about the million and a quarter dollars and I
date observe the __ ...ll 1 I .I. .
if we properly would be enlarged to a daily capacity A large group of oung people 1 n..111
occasion. Sometimes we doubt that of 3.000 tons, somewhat from the Baptist Church enjoyed a .
in a world where every holiday has larger than had been anticipated hamburger fry *at the home of Ret
beta commercialized, Christmas for the local mill. This compares and Mrs. John A. Moore following 'I

met of all, if there is say sizeableP4teatace with the 5.000 ton daily capacityof the choir practice at the church -
of the people who ever the United States Sugar Corpora- Tuesday evening. '
realize the true significance of the tion's mill at Clewiston.
Those participating were: Mr. 1 1I 1-
date. Since the approval of the mill's and Mrs. Bartlett Doyle and Rupert -'
There are skeptics who laugh at application by CPA there has beena Ball, Bill Massey John and u
the thought of "peace.on earth" and !III 1
definitely optimistic feeling among Richard Brannaa, Jimmy Don Wilson !
there are many who glibly discuss all of the citizens of the community Earl Smith Marion VoweU, !I
the next war, knowing !I
the coming of
and builders said to be
are Tommy Bryant Jessie Braanan,
fall well that such a war will eyeing the city with a view to. the Betty Robinson, Marion Ange. Joy II
the earth'sinhabitants
of
destroy a larger part
possible expansion.
Summers, Wanda Howdeshell Annie -
representatives
Today The site of the mill
proposed Pearl Bryant Mr. and Mrs.
Of every nation are assembled together has not been selected as yet but it Bob Ahem. Florence Dupree Dorothy !
to iron out differences and tga6F w
is expected to be established some- Clayton, Mrs. J. C. Swindell
attempt to formulate policies which where the of the Ca- !
on east bank and Rev. and Mrs. Moore.
will lead to a world-wide lasting loosahatchee Canal between town 9r GREETINGSWE
pf fe under which small nations IK
; and Lake Hicpochee, sOrilOMOKK CLAsSHN !I
ean live happily and securely in the wCity r! IW
knowledge that they will not be I I CIlKteTMVS r.\HTY !III
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swallowed up by neighboring gangster -
nations.It i Last Frlday-evening Lola Ann ;

may well be that a world which from Page 1) I Cox. Joy Summers and Jeanne Hef- =

has failed to follow the Master's on the Avenue L extension toward lin were hostesses at a Christmas !It WT !I
plan for a world in which all men the school house. party for the sophomore class and adults ean learn much ;, :

of every race and creed may live An option for the purchase of the their sponsor, Miss Della Ruth, at from our children im how to i !
together in unity is now being two lots at the corner of the the Woman's Club rooms. ; '
Christina welL Let
The hostesses were assisted bytheir celebrate us
taken to task for these erring ways way and Avenue K was hieh-I
with the scientific weapons of war I the East Coast Amusement I mothers. ., _, ----'I--rlJ. B. Cox, Mrs.b torn back the dock this Christ- =

becoming: so terrible that each na- pany on their proposal to erect a '1. A. cutuuiriB ABU iio. J ado s' mas season of 1946 and get oat y
tion, in order to protect herself Heflin who provided and arrangedthe
: two-story concrete block store and
entertainment and refresh- of Christmas all the joys that I
must join with others in an effort office building. The sale is being Y
toward peace. held up until receipt of the archi ments. x J children know when they hang .

The last great conflict has now tect's plans for the building which Many different kinds of game J their atockinga up. .. .
were enjoyed. A beautifully decorated "
been over almost eighteen months;
is estimated will cost between J20.00 .-
*the suffering and sorrow which It and f%5,'". table stood In the corner of V All together now for a big, i

caused will live for a great many, the room centered with a large tf glorious Christmas, topped off
centuries. Millions of families over cake on which was the wording !
HUNTING LUCK '
tbe 2 with our beet wishes to all of .
-Sophomores 1946-47. and you.V
the world might be planning the at
cake: was flanked by red burning W
same kind of Christmas which the
At least a few of the huntersin lit Wi
tapers. Ae each place was. a small
more fortunate of us are planning Moore Haven will enjoy wild
had it not been for this conflict turkey or.venisoe for Christmas candle in a gum drop candle holder. i I Ii
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which left heartbreak sorrow, dinner and possibly others whose
hunger and in its wake In the middle of evening the class
privation luck has not been reported.Ed HF
In own while have members were seated at the table, -
our country
we _Jordan and Charlie Foy
sot suffered the destruction of brought in two turkeys each; Ray Wilson Cason, president, at one end i i.
and Miss Rush the other and the 1
at THE DEMOCRAT
war we have been so torn by internal Yoder and Ed Jordan brought In a GANG
sixteen other class members at the ,
diasentton. racial hatreds and
buck from a hunting trip last
other places aad refreshments of Carr Fred Sonny and A. D.
the confusions resulting from the week; Ray Yoder. Cleo Taylor aDdIS 2 ;;
wars that the reconversion to peace chicken salad, saltines and coca- I w *t.'Cftllftll'f1lJ' :
has been a difficult one. We call it colas were served. Miss Rush gavea v =
"returning to normal" but the nor YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID toast to the class with a response Ki+NH1 K l FE .... N't'E'-C tK t'I'I1C 1EC"(1t1E 441i1_ <
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aside business cares sad aQ i rrmem6raneoat i r
theTHOUSAND
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tIe boy on the floor raider &e i
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Christmas tree watching hk
WQ send to all our friends
electric train whiz past the Christmas of 1946 i

happy faces of little girls singing lit be among A this Yule Season of 1946. 1

Christmas carols boy 2 May yours be indeed -
coasting down the hflL : the most joyous R a j

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a a a a
Miss Audrey Bishop, of WUhint-
i Miriam Adkins Weds I ke "with the Army Air Forces and
i ton. D. C. arrived the latter
i part was stationed at Buckingham FreW.
I of last week: to spend the Christmas -I Lawrence Ford In Fort Myers, and the Avon Park AirBase
i holidays with her parents Mr. for several moatas. He.was
PERSONAL
and SOCIETYMr. I aDd Mrs. J. X. Bishop.Mr. Colorado, Dec 13 discharged in January of It4' antIs

t I ion employed by the SmcMaR
and Mrs. F. A. Laafeateld Miss Miriam Katheriao Adkias of 'Baking Company of Sferttag. Camw

"; : t----.. . . "--U H . __ :. of Central, 111., arrived Monday Moore Raven became the bride of,i where the couple is reaftdtac far th*
i-1" x.--+)( for a visit with her brother, H. Lawreace M. Ford of 8tedIQ,'. present. at the Graham Hotel.011JL .
f )lr. aid )frt. Bob kern IBPabokee Etherton sad Mrs. Etherton tilT JaI I
were Mrs. Florence Ryan and Mrs. E. Colorado at a simple t>rsmma| performed .1 I
on easiness Tuesday. J. Bowyer were visitors ia West I the hoUdavs.Miss at six o'clock m the ewaiag COCT
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\ : Pate Beach Monday. oa December 13 at the First i
Rev Job Moore was a boaiaeaivisitor Dorothy Araold arrived Xethodmt Chcrch to Brash, Cal ., I The Girl Stoat Troop 3 mat at

Ia Lake Placid. .... Titus Cook sad .... R. D. Tuesday from Tallahassee, where the pastor of the chareh. __.I eM Commaaity hater at JSf.
Gaatt were saepptag M West Palm she is attending Florida State Claude E. Copley. offiemtiBg at the I Plans wen made for the Chim i
Mrs R. E. Jordan awl Jalia Mae Beach Tuesday.Mr. College for Woaea sad is spead- doable ring ceremony. party: which will be held oa Doember .,..
were in Tarn** for the weekead.Mr. lag the holidays her per.ca at The eoaple was aastteaded aid 21 at tae Commaaity Center -

pad Mn. T. W. Weeks Mn. Palmdale. I only relatives of the groom were I at 7:45.
aDd Mn. J. A. Lee were feni- I. E. Scott aad Mrs J. W. Adktfi: present at the candlelight service Patricia Meredith Bath
. __ ness riaiton ia Mayo .-.,. Miss Evelyn Dyess returned Taea Evans
- were ia West Palm Beach MoadayRoado Copley played Ava Maria by
day from Jaeksoarilie where she Gonad and the tradiHsaal march"

Dr. R. T. MOM of Gary lad., Salvia of Frostproof wasa has hose confined a hospital forseveral by Loheagrin on the organ.The : M\LK HKLTVAVTHti
'-." spent Wednesday here with Mr. and Baiter here oa Moaday and agate weeks following aa oper- bride was attired hi a ...
F Mrs Harry Foster.Mr. ation. Her condition is reported
today. sail with black accessories ...1 UX>KJ.VG TOK A BBTTKR' Ft. v t:
much improved. smoke pearl choker. Her TO LIVE STOP looking Imav'd ";-
poues ion of attractive, cote I..t i -
and'
Mrs J. M. "
Cease were J. E. Frieraoa sad A. G. Hutcb- .was an orchid sad she carried a quarter Mov right to and -- -
visitors ia Miami several day the lasoa were baamess visitors in La- Mr and Mn. J. W. Hoidrea of who prayer book a gift of the ....*). It doesn't east a tenj:
ii; =; of the .-11:. Belle Independence Kan., aDd Mr. aid Moore Haven Eastern Star Chapter die U. S. Army and latch on tat '
. Moaday. future the same tine Bar <-
:: Mrs. John Boldren of .ancaster. which she had served as Martha toner and learn a profeMwa! A.
Misses Audrey Coalter CaL are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.Eucea opportunity of.. lifetime awaitt
aad
Myrtle Wt Reabea Smith of Hiateah oae of the star points through this bright young men betWr Bouldin were shopping ia Fort was visiting friends here Boyle aDd family. Mr. of 17 and 34. Go to nearest Anv
Taesday
Myers Saturday.Miss sad Mrs. J. W. Hoidrea Mrs. year.Mn. Recruiting Station for additional details.
[and Wedneaday. are Ford is a graduate of Moore .
Boyfer pareata.Mrs. Haven High School. Class of 1938.1
21. .
23. ; Ior. Buildina
AM Leaky left Taaaday tore Mrs DoD Bridges aid daagater. DuDe the war yean she worked_ FORT MYERS. FLORIDA
i-ti .* !. Tnaaimui, to mad Charlotte and Calvin WaaMea were J. W. Cram .,eat several with the Signal Corps Third Air,.
the hoiaSaye. visitors ia Miami Satarday.Mr. days the first of the week visiting Force ia Tampa and was later chief I

ia Tampa. Her daughter. Margie clerk of army supply at Riddle! ( k .
H. C. Keeaaa, who is workiag fa sad Mrs. Roy AMtoa and a student at Florida State College Field. For the past year she has, I
Fort Myera sad Pants Gorda, spent :Carol Joy were the gaeats of Mr. for Women In Tallahassee joiaed been working as a clerk at the !
the week-_ at his home here. .sad Mn. Ward Roberts aad fatally her there and returned home nib Ctewistoa .... she is the daughter

....,.. her Wednesday. of Mr. aad Mrs. J. W. Adkins
. Claude Cox, a student at Stet- of Moore Ha...

ton University. Dt>Land. is spending Mr. and Mn. W. L Bellamy -Ji; f' Mr. Ford is the son of Mr. and ,I
for hol1day vrh hi, jiarti.t Mr I turned Monday from a week's Mrs. Clinton 1Ford of Brmh.
arl Mrs! .) !: .\ .r i"i u uh Mr. aad Mn D. L Leace l'e-I Colo., and was srad t.ith 1946
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.Yumiil: Logan County High School in 1'3T.
1 46'rLVA He saw 39 moaths of active serv- '
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..- -<'n spending week here at .2rj
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Voc( Harea Hotel enjoying Miss Thelma Aly has retained (1
I home from Tallahassee where she .fIYIsfJtfasThe
: .-li.ns] : ia the area .
is in college to spend the holidays

'" uDd Mrs. Wm. Mailer are I with her parents Mr. and Mn. J.

IA4hAk ;hl/ .. ',': tomorrow for ire ne. Ni.ir j j S. Aly.

:! former home, to spend story behind Christ
Lldars.! : I Miss Evelyn Lyons a student at
Ashley Hall. Charleston. S. Car. mas is one that has

Sun. &: 1.:1 Dee 2:-:3 E W Weiler.: USO representatu -I 3 th'VIGHI arrived Wedaesday to spend the given the Ynk holiday

'SPIIt.\I. ST.\mc.\:' from JackaoavOle, Ohio, was BE ORti holidays with her pareaU Mr. and force and direction for

Dorothy Mcwiroti'ge, Br..-r.; a business visitor here Monday and Mrs R. D. Lyoas. over a thousand years.

Cartoon NewsTnes I Tuesday Hearts are made over
Milton
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Miss Betty Dowd, a student at
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" Irs A PLEAMISK" speed. the holidays with his parents f
spending the holidays with her parents this
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':, (In T" hoi.-olor) Mr. aDd }I.... Allan C. Dowd. )(1'. and Mn. J, W 'dt!...
to extend ,oar best
with Sonja Hence
j Misses ..... Scott aad WaadaYOBOC. CHRISTMASBring Misses Phyllis aad Joan Ether- Christmas wishes to all
Cartoon ..who are attending school at .... who are attending school in onr friend:
Ittf SvaKSa. G*., arrived yesterday
Stetson rjaivonity DoLaad. have
Fri. I Sat. Dec. 27-28 arrived to spend the holiday at You co spend th* holidays with theirpeadperats

,:::: "XVANDKUERV.sTELAM> their homes here. BthMTtea.Mtas Mr. sad Mrs. H.I,

Zase Gray's Popular Western Mr. and Mn. R. A. Williams and .
f ; Cartoon Mn. Joha A. Dowd drove to Fort JOY Margaret Van Da Velde arrived -

Myen Monday to meet Mm* Martha Thursday from College Ga.,
Dowd who arrived to spend the where she to attending school to Moore Haven Auto &

JUNGLE RAIDERS', .. Christmas holidays from Tallahassee. AND GLADNESSE. ...... the Christmas holidays with i Machine Shop

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Memories of Yule at Home 1 1. The Constitution of the United 0. What waa the approximatelength
States provides that the President of Columbus' boat. the

must be a resident of the United Santa Maria?
M.t1l About Town
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I States for how many ,.ears' 7. What was the ratio ef divert ,
Broadway Smalltalk: A noted to in 1945
2. How Americans have marriage
: By BAUKHAGE i band leader (who made millions out many
moved from one part of the coun- .
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A'ewi .4nal ... of swing music) told chums: "The :*
and Commentator. '
I try to another in the last three The Answers
honeymoon is over people just
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:, WNU Service. 1616 Eye Street, N.W., Almost a month before Christmas I don't like it any more." Jimmy years 3. A? schoolmaster alewife 1. Fourteen years.

Washington, D. C.WASHINGTON.Christmas. Day, John Lewis had a hint that re : Dorsey claims so many name bands and an 2. One-fifth of the population t'
sailor's choke be foundin
I I lM f assured him, temporarily at least i are breaking up that a performer a .. Where can 3. The ocean (fish). .f i!
pine
I The second one in seven years that he would not spend this ,ear't I soon will be able to get into a the- one 4. "Robin Hood."

: when one could really talk about holiday in jail. Judge T. Alan Gold ater through the stage door. 4. The song "Promise Me" is 5. Her uncle, William IV. '

peace_ on earm.., borough spoke the comforting word. John Rlngling North, the circus from what light opera? 8. About 68 feet.

without shamed He said, in discussing the contempt man reporting the season was its :3. Whom did Queen Victoria 7. Thirty-one divorces far every

I and downcast charge against Lewis, that ha best yet; $6 in N. Y. and $3 on l succeed to the English throne? 100 raarriagea.

i eyes. While believed "nobody's comfort would be tour. But the Hartford fire cost
four million Frank Sinatra has
i armies struggled, disturbed whatever the outcome.

I who could thinkof How merry this season will be for asked his sponsor to eliminate those NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS I

the message to t tl.c man who defied the governmentand screaming meemees (booby sox

the shepprds! brought down the wrath of half audiences), who ruined a recent
Dinah, Jo Stafford, Como Romantic Des// to EmbroiderTo
from the any a dozen nations upon his head is a program.
chorus promising question. It would be interesting indeed and Bing don't need any phony applause -
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obUto I transfer ,
pattena otter
earth to be able look or cheers-why does Frank? e. ,
peace on fur to beneath the chan for etQroMerlcc tee TIHii -
pmaoee
aU men of good i I brow adorned with the bristling eyebrows Phillip Dorn says in H! wood Towel* (Patters Ne. SMC send 30
will! and thatched with the thick when, a man is seen talking to his .tit 'Lou 'I' cent la C ta. your Dame addracs sad

My last Christ giey hair that was once so black and wife everybody feels sorry for the Dattcn number. >

word bellic ; Other Woman
mas waani ::c.
___. lEWTKO CIRCLE MXBDL W.aX
; L w you from rnri T the ruins where Our Very Special Drop DeadDep't tt cents for Pa
Baukhage isn't as merry a moment as it it enl.
That Miami realtor who
one year ago, I in most cities for this is a city of :
experienced the saddest holy-day transplanted folk most of whose took (1,000 from many war vets NoNam-
season of It was in (to build them homes) and now"on't
my memory homes are too far distant to breached a'TWO.
\\ refund their coin since A44rc'
shattered with
Nuernberg my
on a short leave or via the
thoughts orrtts rubble and the ruins, restricted purse that is the portion his plan flopped. A Miami y r Opi

ugly symbols of man's Inhumanity of most workers. As 1 newspaper actually accepted
government
Sun Tan
the following classified ad: Disappears Only
to man, the negation of our Saviour's write, the President expects to journey
teachings. I had pleny of food and "Barber, all-around man. No
back to Missouri and his own As Skin Layers Are ShedSun
drink G. I. wanted. 719 N. W. 95th
and shelter and was clothed family circle. Many of the official
'In the uniform which is a reminder will do likewise. i! Street.
of a career of which I am proud tan itself doe not fad

despite its implications. But I was as White House a The Late Watch: General Eisen Do' away, either in skin that tens or

homesick as any young soldier in a Center of bower chatting with two civilians skin that first reddens and grad-

lonely outpost with the threat of bat- Festivity i (with lapel discharge buttons) while ually tans, says Collier's. In botH

Ce about him for I could picturemy In other years there have bees waiting for his car on W. 44th street cases, the brownness is impartedby

own hearthside and the little more festive Christmases.The FDR Jr. will be offered a big the permanent pigment mel-

group about the happy tree, my little which became job in radio soon. A race track anin which is produced by tbe exposure

Own tinseled packages unopened, a custom ceremony daring the 1 bookie (who gabs incessantly in and the coloration disap-
and hands out track slanguage) was passing a only the
my empty reaching Roosevelt regime when the President pears as permeated lay
vainly over the oceans too wide to was driven out into the midtown synagogue, where a rabbi ers of the skin are sh d.

span. And all about me were the crowd about the tree exchanged greetings with him.
signs of souls municipal "You live around here?" inquiredthe
anguish, cramped wbere he touched the button that
bodies rabbi "Not far away,"
pinched and the wreckage of illumined it has been dIscontin- yery
the handicraft blossomed in stone ued. That event which drewmany was the respectful retort, "about a Splendid Cough
and canvas and parchment which mile and 16thl" Hy Gardner
a lonely inhabitant to the if swindler Nickel feels like Relief MixedIn
has enriched the world through thecenturies. says ,
crowded square served to bring 5095
two cents, he's no different than any
a holiday touch to Christmas Eve Your Kitchen
other nickeL That's all one is worth
I stood in the desolate little and the knowledge that the Pres these days. A woman who runsa Sates Kf PolUr. Ne Cookfe*
ident later would be Embroidered Tea Towels
sur-
square faced by the wreckage on delicatessen on Madison in the Yea ma'am right ta your own kit.
of buildings, thinking of what rounded by children and grandchildren 80s has Russian caviar flown from THIS amusing romance of two chen. feU can easily mix a couch

Rudyard Kipling called "Christ- while he read the Moscow. She peddles it at $36 per will provide gay laughter sachems that la m wonder for qukk

mas past." You may know the "Christmas Carol" was a rather pound. That means a restaurant at a kitchen shower. The six- tunes r gultat a*and much gives for your you money.about And four

poem, breathing the nostalgia of cheering thought would have to charge you at inch kittens are embroidered on a U'. no trouble a child eontt do it.

an Englishman still clinging to There is on record the time whet least $5 a teaspoonful to make a I set of tea towels in bright colorsin You'll need a uyrup. Hake It torBttrrin
outline and stitch. You ; 2 cups of gnaalated sugar
his boyhood memeries of Eng- darning
two White House children, Charlej profit and one cup of water a few raoowftt",
land, contrasting them with can also use 'them on squares ofa .
and Robert, one of them now a presidential until dissolved. No cooking needed.Or
what he saw about him in India. cheery orib quiltPenitentiary you can use corn syrup or liquid
aspirant himself, cut i New York Novelette: She is a
"Oh the white dust the high- honey Instead of sugar syrup.
on mammoth Christmas pie given tc night club star. Her romance Now ret IH ounces of Ptnez from
Oh the stenches in the
way their father, William Howard Taft and impending merger any druggist and pour It into a pint
byway! Oh the clammy fog that lias 'Business bottle and fill up with your ayrap.
by the International Bakers' associ (to a rich local) have been high
hovers over earth! And at homethey're There you hart a full pint of remarkable .
ation. It was 32 inches in diameterand lighted in most of the columns. for
making 'neath the District' for Its InmatesA medicine coughs due to coUs.
merry weighed 92 pounds. Not this one, however. Well, It hits a family a long time and
white and scarlet berry-what has kill tastes Cue children love It.You'll .
There was a grand celebration, she been threatening to --
have India's exiles in their
part mirth." too, when Theodore Roosevelt, el him if he tries to get out of the "business district" within the relief. It say bosses it's bard tbe to phlegm beat far soothes teal

familia, spent his first Christmas in planned wedding. She carries walls of the federal penitentiary in the Irritated membranes sad help

Nuernberg! In the shadow of her the White House. The White House a loaded pistol at all times Mexico City contains scores of clear the air passage Eases the
ancient castle grew a tradition which police were not the least of the cele- (in her bag), and Intimates report rent-free stores and offices whichare soreness, and l"'s you rt,t at nlgfet.

lived on to modern days; a tradition brants-the new president distributed she will shoot him. Our operated by the prisoners for I proven Finer Ingredient Is" nodal* la compound concentrated of

made eternal by the woodcuts andengravings no less than 87 fat turkeys among hero had the gall to go to his their fellow inmates says Col- I form well known for qaction

of Albrecht Duerer them, the messengers, ushers, gar. ex-wife for advice. She lier's. on throat and bronchial irrttaOosa.
laughed in his face "After I Just try It and If not pleas, TOUT
whose 500-year-old house still stood deners_ _and _stablemen._ This wascredited These businesses include a pet ; money irUl )Ie refunded.
but only as a fragile ghost which h as being the largest largesse what you did to me and the children shop, a printer who makes "visit

soon must yield to demolition I ever distributed by a presi- ," she coldly informed him, ing cards" and a lawyer who

squads, a hollow shell despite the dent. President McKinley always "you deserve to be shot. I only writes petitions and appeals. Evena Buy and Hold YourU.
proud persistence of its storied facade gave turkeys to the married em- wish I had the nerve to do IU"! band rmy be hired to serenadea

; a tradition made by the ployees, but not as many or as big visiting sweetheart. S. Savings Be..dim

Meistersinger whose memory was ones; the Franklin Roosevelts always Tip to Newspapers: Apparentlj

enshrined in the home of Hans had some souvenirs for the the peasants in your editorial roomy

Sachs-a house now only a shapelesspile White House staff. What President do not know the correct usage because

of rubble. Truman's gift will be this year has they keep calling them Their wm3r

For the second time I had occasion not been announced at this writing. Highnesses, which they aren't. Referring

to recall the yearning in those Back in 1892 when Benjamin Harrison to the Book of Windsor you

unhappy Kipling verses. The first spent his last Christmas in the say "His Highness," and of her, you

time was more than two wars be White House there was no prejudice say "Her Grace." Tennyrate the

fore. We two lonely Americans against things German and the high Dock's sekratree Is veddy pet-

looked down from the window of point of the celebration around the turbed. Here's a film scenario:

our little room in a pension on the tree in the library was the recitation A large steel company (Consolidated :,-

Boulevard Montparnasse in the Lat of German poems, taught thereby ) recently bought two coal

in Quarter on a snowless aching their governess, by the Harrisor mines from a feller named Frank C1 a

Christmas in Paris. Below was a grandchildren, Ben and Mary. Christopher. The price was a million .;

deserted convent garden. If only the $ Christopher, a decade
figure of a single nun had broken That was a real children's ago. was a coal miner himself.

the damp stillness curtaining leaf- boor and we have a careful account Speaking of riches, Jackie Cooperrwe

less trees and withered flowers! But in the Washington Star of hear, will retire. He's 25. .
all in their devotions that date to authenticate It. (No
no, they were deep Radio City Music Hall's singing
the faint echo of nylons or mink coats were men
and not even choir (non-union) would appreciatea
the evensong or the moan of the organ tioned." ) "There Is a complete raise. They get $45 per seven-

reached us. Nor was there set, says tbe Star, "of real day week (28 shows). Lowest paid

holly or mistletoe (no white or scar- baby furniture, the bed quite big singing chorus In N.Y.C. at $1.61per

let berry), for the Latin Christmas enough for little Mary Lodge show.
bears little resemblance to ours. McKee; a dressing ease, with a
glass just high enough for her te
had stretched to
Long months years Midtown Side-Show: The middle
bad seen a lighted Christmastree peep into and arrange her front impeccably
E since I aged woman,
hair, and the cutest little washstand
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evergreen festoon or a bright- groomed, who enters a midtown
with all the toilet
ribboned wreath, or listened to the appliances bar daily at 5. She orders two
ringing crunch of footfalls in the all from Mrs. Harrison, Scotches and two Martinis and Hurry-rub in Ben.Gay for fast, soottlaj gently

powdery snow, or sleighbells to her tiny granddaughter. A set gulps them down, each with a s warming relief! Insist ta fernta Ben-Cay, the crifW

novelty then in our northern clime.I of lamb's wool muff and tippet toast: (1) "To nothing!" (2) "To veal Baume Aoalgesiqae Ben-Gay ffmt tnj cp to lyf
for little Mary was lying near, times more methyl aalicylat and menthol-two
thought then of Kipling's lamentof my first husband! (3) "To the paia
I the exile and understood him and a steam engine, fitted out one I divorced (i) "To my relieving agents known to every doctor-than fir*

he said "faint and forced the with every modern appliance, love!" Couldn't possibly de it other widely offered rub-ins.Ben-Osy acts fast what
when and which will ehase around In hurt. *
follow aft- at home spectators no audience. you
and if sadness -no ,
laughter, the liveliest style for little Ben-
er, we are richer for one mocking jamin. He has a hook and ladder JUM far fata Aw U COlDS, KUSOI ACS,eel =i>tIDE:.

Christmas past. a complete outfit, a set of Ask ftr KM tda-Cay f.. CUUkmenGay
Ty Power carries a clipping of a
rolls around
Yuletide parlor croquet and doll
Today as a babyor
toe shadows that movie review which panned him Ir
despite twe
j tmce more, a hearth, and the '39. He loves -chows it to pals.
many
fan across worries that beset After all it is the children wht Who's that youthful Yale prof.
postwar hunt teeing lot of la belle Truman?
glory in the ge make Christmas, for Christmas was a
at least American can Christmas in the made for them and it is by theft Macoco names Gable in his

af en the God of our Fathers grace that we oldsters can reliveit divorce suit, intimates insist, because I

land which p.a.I over through them. I II Gable's name would insure
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test engine his ability into ,a told nearby him thed.to drivean Time to Help Santa Claus


Tom climbed into the cab and

was appalled by the various valves By Crocheting Christmas Gifts

f- aDd switches. He turned one cf
the wheels and to his surprise, GE SCRE i0

the engine started oft towards the Released t j Western Newspaper Cnlee.

shed. In an effort to stop It, he ""ii (Lrrfa fiaty By VIRGINIA VALE Released by Western Jfa.lPAper Vs cS.

tuned a few more wheels but the ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT
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engine reversed and puffed out of you WHO have seen the ecstatic WHEN REQUISITE FOR STABILITYHe

the sked.Af. smile on a little girl's face when I was screentested was a farmer, one of thai
Youngster's Delight I II for "Little Women her
r he had repeated these the receives a don really know that large class of farmers who thix |
it's more blessed to give than to friends thought she'd fit the
maneuvers two or three times, the twice before speaking once: whoM
foreman shouted; "Hey, you fool receive. Or, if you've seen the role of "Jo," but it was thinking is not on the wishes of |

what do you think you are doing 1" warm glow on her older sister's "Meg" she was consideredfor minority group, but on the great* }

"You're the fool!" retorted Tom face when she finds a glitterr.g: which certainly doesn't good for the greatest number. Th

&.n rlly. "Why didn't you shut the beret or purse, or jeweled glc. 3 seem right for her. She's got subject of his remarks was the next

doors? I had it in three times!" among her Christmas gifts a:'e them puzzled on another count; Mer 10 to 20 years of America.

v familiar with the same reaction cedes, uho's always solving prob.lens "To stabilize the nation throughthe
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t It's really fun to make things be-' on 'B.g Sister," does it in her next 10 to 20 years" he said,'

, cause with them you help exp-ess dreams wen she has to take an "we must have, first of *H, practt

CLASSIFIED your own personality. Besides the? anesthetic. Has the dream so many cal and rigid government economy

help pass profitably the many Ic :g of us have-thinks she knows the an- It means getting back to that

DEPARTMENT winter evenings. So take your needle swer to what life is all about The simplified form of government we

or crochet hooks in hand with a last time, the dentist said she shout- enjoyed and which met an of our

few balls of cotton thread or gay needs during the first IS years ef
BCILDLNO MATERIALS scraps of material and start making this century. That was a time when
Hue C....Bt Brlik lIa.h1uK.tll\ \ your holiday gifts. I / the people supported the government
I
Undard brick: .t or* tiro* In 40..cond.. yerMN lays
tat 00. fob SJCf action iu a r N.1 You'd be surprised at how many '1 rather than the people expecting :
HOTtE BRICK. MACBLNE. Beaater" things can come out of your own t : the government to support

MISCELLANEOUSNo personal workshop: colorful pot lifters ::1 them. We have been trying to,

that will delight any woman's .y 4r ) I' socialize the nation to meet every

54 20; 116-616.No limit VIM.Dozen Prepaid U7 $3.38.wh.n 1JO-CJO cub, heart for she can never have too ,t demand a minority may make.

accocpamei order T. RAT SWCKDCN. many; a crocheted blanket for some "For example a vote catcherwe
A.II. L aberUo. MI...
: Dept little neighbor who perhaps brings have attempted to subsidize the

Atomic W'lthtf.lil r-N w Streamlined you flowers and fruit during garden farmer and in doing so we have
P
Method cf fast wclghtftlnlnf, also reduota .
; (. No cI.et er appiratuj Dec:... Send fa.Lr time; warm and woolly socks for regimented the farmer; we have
..ar4 Gr.,., I'.O.IIIZ 111. Ncrwtlk. O.LAttKMOWEB her brother who mows your lawn, attempted to make indolence and

SkarptaUf Mkthlm. and hundreds of other little necessities : shiftlessness profitable. What the

t. new edges*. flU factory C.raw.11 like.. BUl'l.r, MBarilt ."f that will give joy at Christmas .- farmer needs is an assured market,
7I time. Tack her Christmas doll into a ., and that market exists throughout
I I
; WRITE YOUR NAME Crocheting will really move along hand crocheted bunting. Satin the world. It does not mean gv-
.
with ordinary eta. In Beautiful GOLDENRAY rapidly if you get out your needles ,I bound and tied, with a tiny detachable t !lug our products to the hungry people .
K: LETTERS which look life cxtwnalv and thread %nd follow these Instruct hood, this banting Is modeled of China, India or other nations
; .., Mak.
i .
a'nnr your Graetinf Card
Xnuw Cardi and personal stationery. tions to the letter. In an evening or after the real thing. It Is easy to MERCEDES McCAMBRIDGE In which people are dying for lack
.;o; GOLDEN RAt PROCESS KIT make and takes only six balls of of food. It does mean providingways
O.aplet. wllk G.U SUtar. Gnu two you will be able to make sev-
...:f MttaBlta. II N.p..t..lAie.l.C. O. D. waatti. eral charming gifts. By way of baby wool. sd "I know now. Please remind mew and means through which

: TROY T. DAVIS brushing up on crocheting, review tell you." But the gal who does these hungry people can buy. That

F. O. Bes t. BriniwUk. Oa. these abbreviations so you will be Fold piece in half, and startingat so well on so many air shows, la- calls, not for theoretical, but f.

: .-- able to follow the instructions given fold, sew together adjacent lading "Grand Central Station," practical application of world eco

E __SEEDS PLANTS,_ETC.: here for making the doll's buntingand sides of 1st row for :3 inches. Witt; :never can remember what she nomics. Is there in America thai

FANS FLAMS. Etteie's Mutodoa bonnet and a sparkling party wrong side facing, attach yarn at learned in her dream to her friends' quality of economic statesraaiMMp
""" Jtunpoi. 9-lnch bloo-ru. that solve that problem It can
corgtoua colon. can
for the mist whose date
Mow um to plant Selected cUuita So for cap young lower front edge and work 1 row of annoyance
'V $1. 100 for S3.90.. postpaid. WAHD'S; PAN. book is full this season. sc. along lower edge and back -- be solved if there is applied to it
81 GARDEN Baal I. Man.. OiartU. a long 'vision rather than a
:; Here are the abbreviations: opening. Sew ribbon around front James Baskett owes his fihn de- temporary range expedient that will

Chain . .. ... ... ...... eh. edge. Cut 2 pieces of ribbon, each :nut in Walt Disney's RKO released satisfy the farmers until after the
t ************** Single crochet ..... . s.e. 13 inches long, and sew one pieceto "Song of the South" to the fact that next election For agriculture the

Half double crwhet .. half de. each side of front edge, 3 inches !the "Amos 'n' Andy" program came Bretton Woods agreement wan a

w JdL 2 j.o.wLJ.l U/aL/ht.Jf Treble . .. .... .... .. tr. from lower edge. to Hollywood. Hearing that Disney" Irst step in a long range program.
Double treble ..... ...... d.tr. seated someone for "Uncle Remus,
Triple treble .. ......... t.tr. Party Cap Attractive Baskett made a recording; when "Te get back en the read to

1L S- $mJ JlfJLlondL Slip stitch H. .......... $4. ft. la White \reel Disney heard it, the 41-year-old Bas stability we must step aH fens I

Popcorn stitch .......... pc. at. Here's a little cap which you car kett, who's "Gabby Gibson" on the ., unnecessary spending. They

************** Block .. .. .. .............. H. whip up hurriedly. It will take one air, got the job. He also doubled talk of redociag gorerMoea

\\ Space .. .... .... ........... sp. (% ounce) baD of baby wool and hit the voices of the butterfly and payrolls by one miliioa. We operated

Stitch .. ...... ... ... ........ st. one spool of gold metallic thread. "Br'er Fox." a satisfactory system ef i
H, DRY ITCHY SCAL PZr. Stitches .. ................. sts. You'll find that a steel crochet hook, -Xr- government back in IMt with
.- Cat relief from Itching Round .. .................. rod. No. 1 size, works best. Starting at Joyce Reynolds who received a about only half a million name
y? dry lass taalp dandruf and help 11 k.rwnov with* Inclusive ."...... ... ...... inel. ] center with gold metallic thread, !leave of absence from Warner Br s. oa the federal civilian payrolls.

MOP OLIN a i Increase .. ... ... .......... iae. ch. 4. Join with si. at. to form ring Eighteen months ago to marry Marine We could dispense with one and
1st rnd.: 2 sc. in same place with Lt. Rbert Lewis, has retained a half million that new are feeting -
Decrease .. .. ... ......... dec.
.< si. st., 2 sc. in each ch. around (I to the Md, and win star rib Rk- at the public trasgh.

Instructions for Mating sc.). Hereafter pick up only back ert Hottoa ia "The WaII ewer.'.' She "The first place the average

Doll's B.nth f, Bet loop of each st. 2nd rnd: *2 sc. it politician leeks te for economyis

t e r.k' The materials win need for next sc. (1 sc. increased), sc. in oar armed here That does
$; you not affect votes. We cannot safely -
these items include the following: next sc. Repeat from around (13

f 6 balls (*4 ounce, each) of baby sc.). 3rd rnd.: Attach yarn and, ,. Sostello Show got his best break rrdttte tint force at dfe

t FI/YAlYI wool; 4 yards of baby blue satin working with both strands, make because a friend got a bad one. time wtthevt enaangerlaf trBttttiM
\ : 2 half dc. in each sc. around (12 as a wend leader, ut
ribbon, 1 inch wide; a boa crochet 3axy Dowell was vocalist of HalKemp's
: ,- -- atasaral half dc. increased and 24 half dc without OJT wM leadership waeaMMt -
a.vi' hook, size G. Your gauge should be band Ennis was drummer
;, C } MILES LnTLB PILLS 3 stitches to measure 1 inch and in rnd.). Using both strands (wool When Dowell fell and broke his iasfeecwe that wort
1'I''J ,' and metallic thread) for 5th stability that means aw eva
l ar.ntU."gem."slam- except !
2 inches. forced
.. 5 rows should measure hip, Kemp literally hinny
fart Mrriii. bat bow sUMMy.
mds.-which worked
and 9th
: they caa btp brHbteo yow day wb.. Work very loosely using double. are .i to get out and sing-and was the
i; you .... ma ci.ionala..th..t So- strand throughout. with metallic thread only-continue i i bashful, scared Mr. Emus amazed "We must disregard partisanship
c. why "bhat" :your ...... ** U.caMv. to work in rods of half dc., increasing and
: ayatrm with powerful puriati, ekiiUaUlti To make the bunting, start at cen- i when the girls went "Wheel" over political patronage. and get fhtA
L PHI work .uh ,._. fteatly bat ter of bottom, eh 4. Join 1st rnd.- as necessary to keep work j his breathy confidential style! the dead weight in government
;: rariy hrip you foot better ejete.M Make II ball de. in ring. 2nd rnd: flat until piece measures 8 inches : (Note He's no longer bashful!) personnel, an of it, and in the extravagant
.4. by die maXer of Afta-S. Ur in diameter. Now work 2 rnds in
y Cat pwit.ai from your dr.4 atoretoatey. Make 2 hal dc. in each half dc I ---- appropriations for aB
.CAUTION-Not to b*ua.d..... half dc. without increasing Break i If Vail, the Italian actress arrives those things we have hi the past,
r rtbaVkaBhaal. =or ottta...ymptoo.1.pp..dIcIt off ;yarn. Last rnd.: Using metallic in time she will make her American and can m the future. get aiMS
: preaeatr
, thread only, sc. in each half dcaround. .
.*c oozy u trectd debut ,
ji screen m Alfred Hitchcock's .
Mile l. boratariw. Inc.. E.I..art.la. S. at in 1st sc. Break off. "'
!'be Paradise Case," working with "We must have what both later
'"' Using metallic thread for trim
's'ti I Ethel Barrymore, Gregory Peck, and management wffl rowifcr at
ming, ch. 9. 3 sc. in 2nd ch from
,1 Ann Todd. Louis Jourdoa Charles I drastic legislation M a BOB *
t hook half dc. m next ch, 3 sc. ir
1D1J i> preventing destructive conflicts between
t next elL Working on opposite side Laughton and Charles Coburn. Ac-
: these two elements and t.
t ; cording to United Artists she is
of starting chain, sc. to each hall
t Italy's greatest dramatic actress; insure an increase m our production. ;
de. acme SL it. m next sc. Sewat
side.. Break off.Holiday. 1 the won the equivalent of our Academy .
Award for her work in "Pic "To me the generalities of ear

QUNUJPlFiSalw : colo Mondo Antico." problem seem simple, but it wfl

Jf* take statesmanship to work out the

c ,' s relieve tore throat AirsIt There must be something about details. That rather than political

te.1 .aching muscles ef won't be Christmas unless Virginia Brissae and Tom Fadden expediency, Is what we slxuld

you give more than a passing that makes casting directors think expect from our selected leaders.

s Crochet a MT hutting thought to decorating your home t they look like a minister and his Regardless of the minorities affected

Far Gale guns /arrue ML in the best holiday tradition. rife. They were preacher and bit if our leaders will give us thee

tr tuttNS; ( E With all sorts of ornaments now wife in "Destry Rides Again"; in essentials to national stability, the
ONWNU
Continue in this way, increasing as available you have but to touch ; United States Pictures' recently American people win give them
necessary to keep work flat until them with Imagination to bring I completed "Pursued" they're also continued support"The

piece measures 9 inches in diameter forth decorations that will delight a sky-pilot and spouse. And come statement of that farmer is
--14 5; -4.! -to inc. 1 half dc.. make 2 half the youngsters and imbue I spring they'll work in "Distant representative not only of a major-

dc in 1 half dc. Ch. 2, turn. the oldsters with holiday spirit Drum," a story of the Oregon ity cf the farmers, but also, I am

With wrong side facing work in i First of all. what to do with l'ral1-as a pastor and his help sure, cf a majority of the people

.- rows as follows: 1st row: Make I the Christmas cards? There are meet.A generally. We want to clean up
half de. in each half dc. around.Ch. two nice ways I can think of that political mess into which efforts

.; .e I 1, turn. 2nd row: Make sc. in using them. One has to do with nationwide survey revealed that at socialization and a desire_

And lour Strength and each half dc. around. Ch. 3, turn. tying them with red and green the best known motion picture star to win minority votes have carried
Repeat these 2 rows alternatelyuntil ribbon and hanging on the tree. 11!.
to
Energy II Blow Par ever appear on a screen was RiD .
16 inches from a
It U ea.... by diaoraat W W- piece measures Or, you can make a pretty bulletin Ita Tin. The survey was conducted
ray
aq feactiM u.., permita pataaaeuMt first row Break off Bind edges with board or picture window out for PRC Pictures Inc., ia canes I WAS SITTING IN the office
< to ,_n8Ut fur truly: _&jtwpl ribbon. Sew together the lower of them for all to see and read. of
fact tin*. k aa4 aaiaaraht.keaTU lion with the forthcoming "The Return Henry A. Wallace when be
r atd.er. =to '.-O T'JLT! front edges for 7 inches. Cut 4 Do decorate your table for the of RiD Tin Tin" starring! R.T.T. was secretary of agriculture m
aoda l dod.Tlai: aad otkar vaet* aaauar pieces of ribbon, each 11 inches big feast Get large white can m. the first Franklin Roosevelt ad

nay afar .ar.al baekaeba, long, and sew one at base of each dles, the kind that look as though =:i-- ministration. In the room looking
rbaaaau* BMdacnea. airilnaai side opening. Sew a piece of rib- had tie them with
.ARd. .w aiat. they dripped, down en the secretarial desk
When :British actor Rex
;r EEZmZ IrAa-t aaijSity vteatLo bon on each side of front opening festive bows cf red cr green Harriscn was a picture of the elder Wal-
CBS "
.. M a- was on the "Academy Award
;; witk amaruac! from previous ones. ,
4 inches
P etMe alp that aom kat to wraaa -A up ribbon. Also try to tie on some he invited Director Dee Engelbach lace, a former Republican secretary
,. '" "l4un OC' bladder.b To make the bonnet start at blue and white tree ornaments. of agriculture. Seeing fhe
Tbt..boald *ao d..bt tbd prer9ztn.tterat back ch. 49. 1st row: Make 1 half I to tea; telling the guest how to
Two of these set several inches
la wiarr tkaaBudxiaa .dart. picture, I asked: "Mr. Secretary -
reach his home
i he said
: D...'. P a. It r bazar to t.ly dc in 3rd ch. from hook and in apart on the table are very effective. "It's a what d* you imagine
ttat haa wa wTTlf.S!; each ch. across. Ch. 1, turn. 2nd i five-minute walk to the top of the
proral tka> *a a t Oi5af t road father might say if be cnM
:-; .*..D..-'.un lIMa triad SBataa. ** row Make sc. in top cf each half : You can hang Christmas a tuppence ha'penny ride. Youcan't II speakt" The reply: "He wooM
mGat
a4 dniC aa miss it The
Art bobby
*4 maay yaara. Ch. 2, turn. 3rd row at theroundabout
dc across.
: on door if they are hat
D.ul today.DOANSP1LLS presents your probably not appme,
just beyond the
half dc. in each sc. across. pub,
Make in old odd bits
wrapped some times and conditions have
Repeat 2nd and 3rd rows alternately of red and blue oil- will direct you. Despite those weD-
I green or fatal chanted since he passed
nigh words "You
can't missIt.
until piece measures 5 cloth. Use a huge red bow. ." EnceXbach found it away." Aad again times anti
inches, ending with a half dc. row. I ceadWou hart thuitd.T .. ---



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PAGE EIGHT GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY', DECEMBER ::0. IIH3

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Xmas Seals- Christmas holiday. to call of the Board of Supervisor 01ugarland Wlt--;: 'the Plans. Specification, and I at feast 24 hour prior to the time
*> Drainage District, and in Special Provisions of the State Road i for opening bids.
accordance with Section HSi, Article Department Special attention is I All bids roust show total for eadbitem
I I I, Chapter J. Title T. of the Compiled called to Special Provision which will and total amount .f Wd --
Continued from Page 1) General Laws of lU-'Ttorld. the annual be furnished with each proposal. verted on the cover of tile proposal
Conse, Miss Barbara Decker, Mrs. LEGAL NOTICES meetingof the landowners of Proposals will be furnished to The right Is reserved to re.s.t **jr
iugarland Qualified Contractors upon application or .n bid.
Drainage District for
". Gram, Mr. and Mrs J. W. Ad- ,ear im. will be the to this office FOR THK SUM OF STATE ROAD DSPARTMBNT
iclns, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cassidy, M TirK of said District at ClewistonAFlorida. fi FOR EACH PROPOSAL Mans OF FLORIDA .
Wednesday, January 8. 154T. may be purchased from Ibis office for! F. H. Bay***, Chairman.Heradon
)Ir. and Mrs. W. B. Irby, Mr. and IM I o'clock P. M.. Eastern Standard at the of 15 for each set. No pro i P. C.IIIa&e
:Mrs. Jesse Whidden, Rer. and Mrs.W. By action of Glade County Board Time, for the purpose of "imWi be issued unless requestsfor I J HighwayDec. Boglneer.w.wwwwwwww. .
of Commissioners under C. G. L. 282- 1. Electing one Supervisor for them are received by this office I I It-t.
S. Bozeman, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. 1927. Glade County Election PrecinctNo. term: of three years. a .
S (North LaBelic) I* altered and 2. Receiving ,
Dilley. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peeples, annual report. and
changed to include Precinct No. 2 taking such action with I
JMr. and Mrs. T. W. Weeks Mr. andfirs. I (Tasmania) and hereafter the a* the landowners determine respect thereto : and-

James A. Lee, Miss Audrey ;'Precinct bined precinct No.5. will be com-I 3. Transacting such other businessas DAVE QTOCKMAX'S
may before
come
the
Coulter, Robert Farnam, Mr. and Election Precinct No. S BO BOARD meeting.
PSL SUPERVISORS Ot'SUG.RLAXD \
and changed is described: I MACHINERY SALES and
:Mrs. I. E. Scott Mr. and Mrs. R. DRAINAGE
"Beginning at thf Southwest Corner DlSTRK'T.
D. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Rob- of Glade I County, which is the I By F. Deane Duff President REPAIR U SERVICE *
Southwest Corner of Section 31. Township Deoc. 20-27..
1&IOIlIre.. J. C. Swiadall, $%.00 42 South, Range 28 East, thencerun

pvrehues: ; north along the Range line which Complete Electrical Repair Shop
i Is the Went boundary of Gla4e County -
Mra. C. H. Settle Herbert Click,
to the North went Corner of aaM MITIfK TO ('..'TII KTOItHWKFI1K ALL TITU MAUM3TOS--(JK.NKU.\TOILv-->TAUTHHCAiBU5KTOUS >-
Un: Della Rush Mr. and Mra. County which is the Northwest Corner -,
of Till *T'TK Un') .
\S)) KI.KCTISIC .MOTOP.S
Mr. and Mr of Section 6. Township 40 South ".:P.,ItT,.t\: T
George Sturgis )1'1 I Range 2$ East; run thence Kaat and ..ALLVOIIK GUAIIANTKKDK.VV
G. Atekley, Mr. and )Ira. E. along the North line of the County to Tallahassee I EGLESTOManager ";Electric Ik-part rar }tCLEWISTON
the Northwest Corner of Section (. Florida
Mrt. Edith Danghtrey, Mrs. Township 4' South, Range 20 East December U. 1946. FLORIDAPHONE
Etfe<4-toa, Miss Emily Cou e, 11'1 run thence South along the Range ( O\.Tlit lTio\ |-iu M.M\M I
Sealed
line to the Northwest Corner of Section bid will be received at this 1I3-W A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP
and )Ir.. Don Hendrickeon, ... I 19. Township to South. Range office from Qualified Contractors until I
Dam, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Gorman, i SO East, thence East along the North of IO.JO A. M. (E.S.T.) on the 'th day
,boundary line of Section It and 2.. January, It-l7, for the construction
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cram, Mr. and Township 40 South. Range 30 East to of the following;
barsA.. C. La&gdate, Mr. and Mrs the Northeast Corner Section 20. Xo.Male l' _<. Jab \.. O.V)2-IWi. Road
Township 40 South Range 30 East 18. Glades County, between Lake-
C. S. PreMley, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. thence South on Section line straight port and Indian Prairie Canal. Work
Carr, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mitchell, to intersect the South Boundary of to consist, of clearing and grubbtnqr.grading .
Glade County at the Southwest Cor- construction of a Sand Bituminous
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Yoder, Mrs. F. ner of Section S3, Township 42 South. Road Mix, Pavement and i
M. Barbee, Mrs. J. H. Pee l(>e. Mrs. Point of Beginning." incidental Item The length is approximately HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
10.781
miles. A. certified
boundary of said County due West to
S. C. Stalls Mr. and Mrs. R. E. The voting place in said Precinct check In the amount of | .06"0$ will
Jordan, $1.00 Miscellaneous (tfrid No. 5 shall be the same as heretofore be required.
; For each proposal a certified check '
provided by the Commissioner of District l) MILKAnd
$1.00) $fi.76; C. F. Uzzell and in which the Precinct I* located.J. in the amount stated above made
$3.00.Contractor. E. FRIERSON.: Chairman payable to the Chairman of the State
lives Glade County Florida. Road Department with the necessary
ATTEST: State''s Documentary Stamps attached, Other Alfai Products
of County Commissioners, must accompany each bid. All certified
Toid- D. S. Weeks Clerk. checks shall be certified within -
Dec. 6-1J-20-27. M day of the date for receiving
bids. Cashier check will not M AVAILABLE AT YOUR
(Continued-from Page 1) accepted. The checks of the two lowest -
bet it will be sufficiently large to Tallahassee Florida bidder will be deposited.All .
November Uth. im.AOTICH work to be done in accordance GROCERY AND
accommodate three 1200 h.p. generating -

units, two of which will be
aeati3.A1RAAha3tAATw: TJiS.A T}
installed at once. It will be of NOTICE ia hereby given that the W iA71TiTD1X DRUG STORE
Tnuteea of the Internal ImprovementFund j
pound concrete up to the main of the State of Florida Pursuant WW
floor which is ten feet off the preset to Law, will offer for sale, for Ff i
competitive bids in Tallahassee. Flor-
ground lerel. Walls on up will ida, at 11:00: o'clock A. M. January 7.un. Wi rA ALFARAPhone
kc of concrete blocks and the roof the land in GLADES COUNTY
described a* follow. RR
whit framework will be of steel. NWH of JtWIt and fractional ww ,
The nominating committee ap- SV4 of NWIi. Section 23. Township ww r /_ .
42 South Range 33 East containing 'M 1L Q
1 =
poiated by the board at the meeting 70 acres. wi RR

mi December 18 composed of F. D. The Purchaser i? required to pa> Y
the ndvcrtieingoat..
Teen, Moore Haven; Jacob Heflin.Ortraa THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNALIMPROVEMENT
20 Belle Glade Fla. and
; 0. E. Fleming Palmdale; FIND reserve tli.' ,
W
N. Jackson, Venus Capt. T. W. right to reject any and all bids West Palm Beach Fla.GOOD
9. ; Range 30 East; thence along the South .
Webb, Jlicoria and Mrs. George BY ORDER of the Trustee of Ii- W
ttrnul Improvement Fund of the .Matt
\Yat.BB of Lorida has submittedthe of Florida. W

following slate of directors forelection MILLARD. F. CAL.DWELUGovernor. W W Sri hn -- If

at the annual meeting on I
Attest:
Juuary' 30. The committee Barnes. F. C. Elliot. Sec. y 4IL9ihciti R JlY"I
Trustee I. L Fund.
two candidates from each dtetrfet Dee C-13-20-27. Jan. 3. i RK

and others may be nominated from

the floor on election night: !
John Ttodtke and Fisher W. >TICR, I

Aage, DiaUm Island; R. D. Lyons LADES COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS !
and H. I. Robinson. Moore Haven: at its regular meeting Peace and 40,00.0

A. A. Beck and W. B. Norton. Monday. January t, 147. will receive Ii
sealed offers for the murcba of one
Lakeport: Stanley Wayman and new Model CJ2A Universal Wills*. I Good Will

Ralph Wadlow Ortona; V. T. Oser cash Jeep on which delivery.It It desires. to purchase for i ,

and Renal Haskew. Palmdale; W. ia expected that the lowest substantial wW
and Scott Millar, offer for reasonable ..arl7dellv..ry Lighting the way to better t '
J. Espenlaub
will be accepted but the
Venus: Richard Archbold and DavidC. Board reserves the right lo reject any fellowship and good wiN A :

Kelly. Hteoria; Albert DeVane and nil bids. JOBS :
Chairman.
J. E. FRIERSON.
;
I towards all is Christmas. T
and Joe Durrence. Lucky Island and lades Commissioners.County Board of RCRAftPA

George B. Waggaman and Rudy
That
AU"t: it may be a truly
Ashton of Lorida. T1. S. Weeks. Clerk.

The eighty foot pole croaslngaforthe Dec. 1-11-8. happy Christmas for tech "

canal here and at Ortoaa have W '
"I I
been and the lines are of you is our ardent whit.t .
completed \4ITICE ..,' t\\1 4OF \UF.TI' 111 R
being strong today at Ortona it fas IJA'UU\\\tU" !M \HI.\M : :%
un u'\ "a; : ulaTRllTr MONTH
reported. The crossing will prob-

ably be completed here after the ,
Notice if hr *tn' given that pursuant !

IIi


i The Daniel Dairy j !I .I


r i When somebody says to you, "Good jobs :

Get lie Hflfclt of Shopping at '. I are hard to find"-DONT YOU BELIEVE IT-if you're =.
(ft
'R'K'I(
a physically and mentally fit young man from 18 to 34

inclusive! j
.1

.1 In your new Regular Army. 40,000 good jobs a month tare

The In I opening up interesting jobs that pay well that I

II : offer advancement, career opportunities and training and 2

"Family I FortMyers II I ONCE AGANNM experience in many useful skills and trades. t

Dept. I : New higher Army pay food clothing, quarters 1 *1i

travel, at no extra cost GI Bill of Rights educational

Store" I Fla. benefits for those who enlist before the official termination

T of the war and serve at least 90 days and the oppor- 4-

tunity for early retirement with a life income. add up .

to a career you can't afford to miss. t .

Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More I A'3-year enlistment permits you to choose any branch J ,

II of service and overseas theater which still have openings. .

II Go after one of these good jobs now I You can get all
FROM
BUY onT.LOnr 100.000 Items I
the facts at your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station 1

I and ENLIST NOW!
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CHRISTMAS DAY commandment Under the Mosaic the correct form. Today, all of the Future Homemakers j partment of Education.
Law the penalty was death for the nations ot Europe and the Western !
This contribution to the starving
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woman By The Hemisphere are called Christian. Purchase
stoning guilty man HeiferT.LLAH.SSEEESS
According to most of the Christ- went free The Scribes and Pharisees I How 'many of these sects; how I'I'I peoples of Europe was the result
of undirected and simultaneous ac-
Un churches.: Jesus of Nazareth was brought the woman before many of these nations; how manyof I '
tics of the girls themselves *
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bora on December 25, 1946 yean Jesus in the Temple yard in Jerusalem the individuals in them who i
I schoolgirls, members of the learned last year of the despetate
to see what he would recommend profess to be Christians practice the
CO.Thirty later, sad for three Florida Future Homemakers, have need of milk aDd other foods ia the
Tear in her ease. His answer was: five fundamental things which
arranged for the purchase of a I war-devastated countries.
years thereafter. Jesus preached "He that ic without sin among yon Jesus attempted to teach And .
heifer at the coat of $150, to be The need appealed to the 16
to teach few simplethlao
tried a
std let him first cast a stone at her" how many try to avoid the thing
sent to the starving peoples of one chapters of the Florida Future
he hoped would improve the And they all left. He told the woman he inveighed against most of all-
of the four following European Homemakers as it was realised that
lat Of most of hU fellow citizens.
to go and sin ao more. hypocrisy?
i countries: France Belgium Poland the war's burden fell on the children -
Ia the male these were: (5) He taught the power of Wouldn't Christianity be a won
or Czechoslovakia, it was disclosed whose weakened bodies were
(1) The "Golden Rule an old mind over matter. Luke quotes I derful thing for us aDd the rest
this week by the Home Economics -i made susceptible to disease by an-
truth tone before he was bora. him as follows: "Aad I say unto of the world if the five things list- .
division of the State De i I dernourishme&t.i
AeeorJlBg to the Apostle Matthew, you my friends, be not afraid of ed above were to come to pass on
h. expressed it a* follows: "There- them that kill the body, aDd after i earth BOW?-Matthews Matters.
tore all things whatsoever ye would that have no more that they can
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that mea should do to you, do ye do." And in his owe trial and terrible Young pine stands protected from
ev_ to to them; for this is the law execution he proved his fire produce in the same length of i i

amt the prophets." point. The thousands of Christian time te ntimes the amount of wood

(2) "Thou shalt love thy neighbor martyrs who followed him in the! fiber &s when burned annually. w
a* thy aelf." This is so-called next few centuries practiced his w

eleventh commandment he gave to teaching and example. They as-I y

the multitude in Jades accordiagto tounded the world and confoundedtheir II xrxtrxxx+ crxxarsxrt cx cxrr

Matthew. Doesn't it sum up aUof persecutors by to : I
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the tea? Would there be any thousands of converts that the spiritor f' "",. ,, IW
awed for the tea if we and the mind of man could not be killed -
r+at of the world would obey the along with the body. ;" :43; tY gss a a Lj jLUijt y

eleventh? : According to "Lives of the Samu' I
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(I) He detested senseless re- by the Reverend Alban Butler thou !II

liCtoaa forms aad hypocrisy and were at least twenty-nine Popes ,Jf v W

freqaeatlj inveighed acaiast them the early Christian. church who ., ,
aad tried to teach the ethics of re- suffered martyrdom and cruel deaths : w'w

Ucioa iastemd. The Apostle Luke rather than to give up their faith 'C/A J : ,
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1 certain Pharaisee besought him to They continually preached againstthe : )9'46Oft ..:': III! TO ALL OUR FRIENDS

dine with him and he went in, and iniquities of their Roman rulers. erg I

; at down to meat. And when the They have aU been canonized. \
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Pharisee saw It he marvelled that Throughout World War II we won- Of1utIII ; i
h. had not first washed before din- dered why the Pope and heads of

.arAnd Jesus said unto him: the other Christian sects in Italy. I I I j jI
"How do ye Pharaisees make clean Germany Poland and the Axis I

the outside of the cup and the plat- satellite countries didn't openly p q
Style change, methods change, bat !
tar, bat your inward part is fall of and continually inveigh against
ravening and wickedness. Ye fools Mussolini. Hitler, aad their numerous I Christina*-never! Beneath it all U

did not He that made that which is Quislings Wouldn't they the came oU love of man for hb

. without, make that which is within have added thousands of converts SINCERE w y folk and his neighbor, the same
also Woe unto you Pharisees to their churches by the martyrdomswhich
!! old dream of the day hen
: for ye fc re the uppermost would have ,been their re- GOOD WISHESfor peace
aaata la the sjmagogues- and greet- wards v and good will eneompaM all the RP

tat. ia the markets. Woe unto you Out of the three years o( public earth. 3

Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! effort culminating Ia'" terrible a delightful X So now in that changeless *ca oa
tar ye are as graves which appear martyrdom, Jesus dramatised and t
of Christmas we greet our friendsy
act, aid the men that walk over proved by his acts that the "Gol holiday season
$ them are not aware of them'!" The den Rule" and "The Eleventh Com- and neighbors, as *o often before

Pharateeee even criticised him for mandment" can be made to work. from the store with that timeworn message: ofcheer

healing cripples on the Sabbath By practicing them, happiness on I and good fellowship, MERRY
Day. earth would result and man wouldbe
that friendship W CHRISTMAS!
(4) Tolerance with respect to saved. Out of his teachings

almost all human weaknesses. John Christianity has evolved Today
testifies to one notable instance in there are literally hundreds of built Vy i L I II

his account of the woman taken !n Christian sects, each one of which
the act of breaking the seventh professes to believe that theirs u trY

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ment The Nebraska amendment
foe 00 .00' C H H a u 0 U 0 a co. ment reads: while providing no penalty prohibits I in itself but simply authorizes tnethree-fourths majority of the col-
"No person shall be denied the; :legislature to pass law to that. ff-; _IM__'HT e_ bargaining unit__. in a Statfect. *-
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opportunity to obtain or retain em-I sons from employment per-of I supervised election. Kansas for
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Late To Classify ployment membership or non-membership. In the recent elections voters of bids closed shops except when authorized
organization
in labor
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five other states ratified' limitations -. by a majority of the employees
shall the state or sub-dirision Arkansas adopted a similar
By any unions. in secret ballot
RUSSELL KAY on Colorado adoptedan concerned a
thereof or any corporation, Individual amendment at the same time Florida I
amendment making the closed election. Wisconsin and Or.-
i oocaoocc or association!!' of any kind did but the Arkansas amend:
: shop illegal unless approved I (Continued on Page 3)
enter into any agreement which ment does not bar the closed shop byI I
In the light of what has happened excludes any person from employment '
since Florida led the way by because of non-membership in .. 'aJJaAfi7t71 JI ); ));); )'.)>>J IIJ''JIIII''
adopting a nght-to-...ork amend- a labor organization." That is' \i'lj.it: :! r*. \, :..1' ; f.".. ... "'
practically word for word the Language -
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of the Florida amendment 1 .-
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legislation were doing a swell job lows that of the Florida amendment 9s 3i
Of advanced and constrnctiTe think- which appears to be taken as a
tec which BOW reflect itself to their pattern for such legislation although
credit and to the state's. i South Dakota goes even further thai
One by one other states are! Florida in that it includes a pf u- I
falling in line and three more -tatosadopted |. alt\ 1..1 \ iul..ttou and provides that ie
similar resolntiimb un November lilt, lit"' sm. tuiltot r<' onsitir\! .\ "
5--Arizona, Nebraska and[ for the dosed shop is subject to a ;i'
8e th Dakota. The Arizona amend- fine of E:::00 or ">o days impns"t-

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1 JOY fete Yule Season d 1946.


Od4\'" AND GLADNESSCouse May yours be indeed a

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Too Late To Classify ly aroused the public that Cosgrew I aDd did eo courageously and at the'I rate aaas Ferguson's father, at degree, he graduated in law and.
is certain to pAM legislation de-. riak of his political future.. New the insistence of Totes aO Ml'. by, reason of am average ia both
rtcad to curb the abase of power the wiMom of b1a action Is beingfloe made aacrtfleea to give him aa ea-- comrsea of more than 85, he was
(Continued from Page 2)have by labor leaden and the egmint I vindicated and public opinioa to caUoa at the University of Florida. awarded a degree of inns Docnr.Youg I II
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provisions. of the closed shop will be among tile more solidly behind him thaa ever The institution waived aehoteMleraqniresBents II I
The wave of strikes that during
I questions that will be given aerioweomtideraiioe. I hefore. It ia generally believed that to permit Tom Ferguson pine timber gds th .e I
:'t the pat year has crippled the aattoa's Tom Watson will be a candidate for to eater the University at the times raster ia height "*** tM t j
I economy climaxed with the The significant thing is that Flor.. Governor in the next election sad 1 lace of 14. After gaining his A. B. I tested from fire.
.t recent coal strike baa ao thorough ida's Attorney General led the way,, if he la, he'll be a hard man to I II I
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1 PHONE V. nil year, wish a Ml _*. So 80-1 Coatgreae BMg. )Miami f1a.I A

Wrap .a* year chimney and it's very genuine-and Christmas Is I Ione

get ready for the jelly visitor,

who hat had special eraVn fromus of them. Yes folks, we wish you i
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to him yoar home with a I W A
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LORD BYRON 17H-18M i but sweet voice." .. .
The truth in ma"1Hf'ade." 1 1 Ris>dashAlsi It>l1tI+ItAA1oltititl6AY >>,- 'ItI
He only lived thirty-six yean I "Society is now sne patished I ORECO>S F'tIIESTy: ANDRKSEIWES I
Jle la one of our favorite philosophical horde
: narrative poets. He had a Formed of two al_hty tribes, Included in Oregon's land surface
late sense of hvraor He traveled the Bores and Bored.. are :: National forests containing I Ii
much. He did ranch to Help Gre ee "TIle'n hath not in all h..8ner' over 13 million acres, Indian reservations
'Win freedom from the Turks and choice of 1,730. 591 acres and National I
test his IUe ta the effort. Herebekw An arrow for the heart like a park reserves of 161,040 acres.

are some quotea from his _________ I
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Might shake the saintshlp of an i
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pin hope to merit" Heave by making -\ e fti
earth a hell. A
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"Hope withering fled, and Merry.\ I i
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leetaal." oh ye lords of ladles Intel- YY

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"All who Joy would win SEASON TIES ARE NOT ONLY: Sl1U.CTlIE.'ED'I :
Most share it-.......- was Y

Bern a twin" y Bur REMEMBERED WE WANT YOU TO A
"But words are things, and a AK.OW

Mall drop of bait g HOW MUCH: WE API'RECIATE YOUR XV
Falling like dew upon a tbsa M. Right now it's time to lay 2

predates aside business cares and all CONFIDENCE IN US. AND HOW EARNESTLY ;,:;
That which makes tlan1ilf--,
Swhaas millions, think" that is complicated and get 1Y
WE WISH FOR lOU A "En" JO\OUS
UBd wrinkles. the damned d w down to simple things. A lit- Y

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electric train whizz past the 'JIW a t sY
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HAPPINESSAT : your Christmas of 1946 be in this spirit. i

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