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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: January 10, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00152

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VOLUME ::NUMBEIl: 37 MOORE HAVEX, n..omD.nuu.y, J\\UAUY 10, 1947 Srn."ml'TIOX-UO PEIi YEAR

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ARRESTS ARE MADE I I CO-OP DIRECTORS I I Being Bearing Made Tests At Are Site I General Eisenhower Was



TO TEST VALIDITY ACCEPT MURPHY'S ; Of New Sugar Mill : Fishing In Lake Saturday


OF '45 FISHING LAW BID FOR PLANTThe I W c. Nail, registered his engineer i iI I _

of Clewiston and crew began I I

I work: the first of the week on bear- Naples Man Runs Catches 5-Pounder And

Attorney R K' Bell of Miami, directors of the Glades Electric ing teats at the site of the proposed

said here Tuesday that two test cases I Cooperative. at a meeting Tues sugar mill just east of town. Off Highway At Many Others InDay's

would be inaugurated at once, one i day night accepted the bid of These tests are made by building -

in the county court of Glades County -1 Murphy Construction Company of a platform atop a piece of timb- Hotel SaturdayMaurice SportGeneral

and one in the circuit court of West Palm Beach for the construc- ed one foot square which rests on ---

Dade county to test the validity of tion of the power plant building tbe sand. An elevation was then Tomlinson of Naples, Dwight D. Eisenhower,

a 194S act which declared Lake here subject to the further approval taken on the platform and sacks of driving a 1941 convertible: Ford Commander-in-Chief of the allied I

Oktefebee legally; salt water and of the 'Rural Electrification Administration and weighing a total of a thousand coup, the property of a rental car armies in Europe and very recent
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whfefa. if upheld, will permit the in Washington The pounds were placed on the platform. agency in Fort Myers narrowly escaped top-bose of many local GIs, flew to

resumption of commercial fishing bid was $10e,343 but was reducedby Twenty-four hours later the elevation serious injury last Saturday Clewlcton from Miami Saturday

J.hn Whidden, Moore Haven 12700 through the willingness is taken again and another night when he cam across the morning and enjoyed an exceptionally -

fisherman went onto the lake with of the board to accept the use of' thousand pounds of sand added. bridge at too high speed to make fine fishing trip on Lake Okee-

lila e4nee on Tuesday submitting monotube piling for the structure, a This continues until three tons of the curve aDd ran into tbe vacant chobee from Dill Johnson's Camp,

to art upon his return after Bell poured in place, coecrete piling. sand are mounted on each of the lots west of the Moore Haven Ho- taking one bass that weighed in at

representing the fishermen bad Coleman and Fry. Clewiston contractors three platforms and on the sixth tel. fhe pounds, two ounces and several

sworn out the necessary warrant and highest bidders were day the effect of this load can be As the car left the highway it others of the string of forty-five

for his arrest. Today Joe Griffin accepted as second choice by the calculated and the bearing per struck a city light pole a glancing landed by the party that day.

Clewisten dealer, will be the guinea co-op directors. square inch be determined. blow with the front fender but The General was accompanied by

pig when be transports a load of The Murphy Company has agreedto Abstracts of title are now being heavy enough with the back fenderto his personal physician Gen Howard

aeafe fish to Miami for sale and complete the project in 120 days prepared also on this tract and it split the pole and put out the Snyder. his aide-de-camp. MaJ.

submits to arrest. after receipt of the work order. If is considered: unlikely that any fur- lights in the vicinity for a few I Craig Cannon Allan Corson, fish-

Jaun- dtate action on both of these Washington approves the bids the ther action will be taken by the minutes. Bat the car was prevented ing editor of the Miami Herald and

case was indicated by Dell who contractor will probably be givena sugar mill firm until the abstractis from overturning and Dick Guthrie. pilot of the amphibious -

said that both would involve pure- short time in which to get materials finished and the bearing tests son's only injury was a cut Tomlln-I Widgeon which broughtthe

ly a matter of law-as to whetheror at hand before the work or- determined. eye. The car wa not party here.

not the 1915 law is valid. If it der Is issued. aged. At the end of the trip the gen-

is net invalidated the fishermen J. F. Thompson, contractor on The driver was arrested by City I eral told Mr. Johnson that it was

will be allowed to go back to their construction: : of power lines in \'' CITYlpSSUES PERMIT Marshal Joe Crews and charged, "the best day's fun" he'd had since

setee, possibly In a matter of a project was present and asked that with driving while under the influence he returned to the States, and after

couple of weeks. the board. in view of his withdrawal of intoxicants. He was triedin returning to Miami complained that

Recently In the Supreme Court of suit which permitted immediate FOR CONSTRUCTIONOF municipal court Monday morning there was another fifteen minutesof

the State lame sad Fresh Water energizing of lines to rescind its entered a plea of guilty and daylight which they couM have

Flea CeaBMfeatoa asked that the action in reporting that he was in Mayor Yaun fined him 156 and used fishing.

court declare this law invalid This i default on his contract to tbe bonding I BUSINESS BLOCKThe rtiommended that his driver's H- Following I. the story of the'trlp

the art did aot do although the company. The hoard would not I, cense be suspended. as told by Allen CortOB In Wed-

case wee tblwwB oat on a techni agree to rescind its action but did -- nesday's Miami Herald:

cality. ,agree to give an extension to Jan- Clt Commission. at its regular 'Negro Woman Found "Gen. Dwight D. Ete bewef,

Should no relief be grantedthrough uary 24 on which date Thompsonhas meeting; Tuesday night! was commander of men has proved

these test case Bell said indicated be would completethe concerned principally with the tale Dead Monday; Husband himself the muter of Lake Ok.e-
r of lots, and issuance of building
the question would again be takenbefore project.Glades chobee's largeraouth bass.
i permits the most important of Confesses MurderThe
the Supreme Court.Fisbtrmea "It was Saturday we made an air-
I have been off the lake which was a permit for the construction I
Theatre To borne invasion of the Observation
I since the first of October of 1946.t of a new business blockat bodof a negro woman. I Island section of Okeechobee.: And

Give Benefit Show the corner of the Highway and Sallie May McGee. said to have been by late Saturday afternoon, 23 bass
Avenue K to Mrs. Bonnie Atkins
about fort>-Hve years of age. was were In our various boats. Another
Fred Bowman Former For Pool Mrs. Atkins submitted tbe architects .
I. Swimming found Monday morning on the edge 22 fish, both keepers and undersized

Jn drawings of this building at %t the levee canal about two milts bronzebaeks, bad beenjgefeased. :'
, Resident;Dies "' coftol9sl5
the nII"0( the
Tnd shortly
+ from the local quarters
Ab- "Here's description
A bene fh picture, Lam and a cast-by-cast
Atlanta which will be eighty feet ia length, after the finding of the body her I j I
HospitalFred ner in "Partners in Time" will be I I of a great man and the fun be
I shown here on Thursday evening fifty feet deep and two stories in common-law husband, Tommy Lee i had while practicing his favorite
height. The cost is estimated at
confessed to her murder -
W Bowman 65. for many I January 23, at the Glades Theatre I of lloilingwortb. (Continued on Page 8)
$28,000. The building will be
years a resident of Moore Haven all of the proceeds from the picture to the colored deputy sheriff
concrete block construction: with a
in Clew- to go into the swimming pool fund George Thomas
and more recently residing Plans
Made
face of glass brick and should be Being
labs where he was a commercial Mrs Wm. ]Muller now in New The body was found lying almost
the attractive buildings
one of most -
fisherman until the closing of the Jersey for a brief vacation will ever erected in Moore Haven directly in a path used by the color- I For Annual MeetingOf
lake, died December 24 in a hospital have charge of the ticket sales for ed people to reach the edge of thecanal
It will have three store rooms
ia Atlanta Ga. according to the picture and every effort will when fishing when a groupof Co-Operative
I!I downstairs one apartment and a
Intonation received by friends be made to realize a nice amountto I them went there to fish Monday!
number of office rooms for rental
here this week add to the fund. upstairs A tile roof will make the moraine. Hollingwortb was said I' W B. Irbv. manager of the Glades

He had been In ill health for I'. T. Koch manager of the local building virtually fire-proof to have been making inquiries about I'I Electric Cooperative said this week:

one time aad his trouble was said theatre for the Lake Theatre The entire school board ber that morning to neighbors that plans are now underway for
county
to have been cancer of the liver chain said that the picture Is being A coroner's jury was empanneledby i the second annual meeting of the
aDd Mrs. Margaret Farnam, county
Mr. Bowman engaged In farming donated as well as all expensesin boardto Sheriff J. J. Wiggins consistingof I co-op which will be held en Jan-
with the
superintendent met
Crofoot connection with the show so that R. D. Lyons foreman; J. C. 30.
here with E. G. uary
operation
discuss the obtaining of site
a !
will be clear. Hicks. I. E. Scott Carr Settle, W.
when he first came to Moore Haven the money taken in for a proposed sew school ,laBt. and A. E. Baggett, president of the
Thursday. E Cassidy and O. E. Mizelie
In.... early 20s and in 1926 his Remember the date. After considerable discussion of the Peace River Valley Co-op and
hearing
after the body and -
viewing
wife sad two daughters were drowned January 23, and make your plansto ''sltl' requested a compromise was admission chairman of the State group of
his -
member of Hollingworth repeat
ia the hurricane here Tbe only be present with every made which was satisfactory to the electric cooperative as well as state
usually that he had killed' the woman
known survivors are two half sisters your family. Thursday is being chairman of the national group
school officials, a verbal option
but two returned a verdict to the effect -
brothers in Atlanta. an open date at the theatre will be the for the
and two half made for three blocks of land one at speakers
death!
had met her
she
that
Interment was in the old familybertel shows will be held that night as evening.
other nights at seven and nine contiguous to preeent holdings by gunshot wounds at the
plot of the cemetery Winder at New Ga. I o'clotk.I on which will block out solidly the entire presumably, of her rom hands'l' Several appliance dealers In. the

reetatOBt Church near I holdings of the school No husband. Attorney Harry Johnson I area have Indicated that they will

------ price was made on the tract but acted as coroner in the absence of i have displays similar, but more

BENEFIT PICTURE the commission agreed to set a Judge J. bl. Couse.Holitngworth. complete than the displays arranged -

price: as soon as possible taken from his last year. Prizes for drawingswill

Franklin Sheridan and Brow "11 cell at the county jail. toW the jury also be held again.

MERCHaN1S of M RTll"Q Daniel representing tbe Veteransof that 1M bad surprised someone in It is expected that virtually, If
OSare
all in Project "A" will
lines
not ,
before but
Wars
Foreign appeared her room the previous night

(Continued OB Page 8) was unable to catch them. He also be energized before this meeting.
,
BACK ARs.1lJ Some thirty patrons in Disten Island -
CLOCK with
4o ----- ---- said that she had made away
\ ieeladlng the celery patting
Mrs. Gorman Is New some of his money and that he had Shawnee Farms obtained ;'
\ about two plant at
canal
\ :-1 take her to the
\ \ .. 1 -with a brand new I Chairman of County o'clock lit the morning intending electricity the latter part of last
laugh minute week. The Lakeport line aad t* >
f every I only to talk to her but that be bad
I of the line down the Caloeeahs... Canal -
Board killed -
School and
1 t way taken the gun fired once I
\ herfter determining that she will he energised this week awl ;
the Ortona line will probaJbty bat i
returned di-
dead he said he
of was
At tbe reorganization meeting energized next, before the wMYt1
kc\ Continued Page 8)
the Glades County Board of Public on between Palmdale and Hteorta

i jlisstr;>rtln on Monday Mrs D. c. ---- '. Materials for Project "IT heHighlands

[r i Goman was elected chairman to J. E. Frierson Is I County are newobtained bs91t

1 replace Mrs. E. P. Ewing who did I Reelected ChairmanOf and rlghts-of-way wfH Atlhbe

t ; v I not run for re-electfcm to the board I obtained E. P. MeClafeMoahrie .

last year. County Boardj Ga.. to to handle .. ,.,.
Vettom Walters elected in November I gtneer work en this project |flt-*'

;t to succeed Mrs. Ewing as a I contract has bee let01 __ .
: UKtneetiac E Frierson waa reelectedjhafrman .
hoard member, was seated at tie* all material will he fmafctril
which followed by only a of the board of county
i by the cooperative. .
when a.orpai&atloDal
i few aUMtea the meeting held bjhe commissioners on Monday
I meeting of the new .
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eU board to wind up
board was held in the afternoon. Library To Open

the ejection of th t The mly new member seated was
vttde from One Each
who sweteeda W. B.:\ Day Week
t'cQ new ehaimaa there WM little iatlH.. C. Taylor !
Whiddm of Palmdale trcaa Dtetrici -
: nets Uaasatasd by the hoard elf sect
; Mrs Fred Flanders, librarian 4t
V No.4.
reached t It
was
that aareeauetn
.. aa
1 : meet with taw ctty: commission th e I I* the morning the old .boar I the Woman's Club library announces
1
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,' .. .llt '" ''I' following evening t. retard t a I held its meeting to eeadade aFbtataea I II this week that beftnning ,

r1A1Kno/ .\,' V'': t property for a site for a new then I left over trop l'4.. this week the library wfll he open
.
'J&3..1tT1GI rwiW h r.w M :\ GIs C M I In addition to the et.*afetiMto I only ODe afternoon daring the week
.
aesn w .......+awrP I plaat. the site to definitely agree II the afternoon there WM so hot. o* Fridays, from I:" lie 6:36. Mrs.
After
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thu the Mdeetfoa oUJBM Flanders aefct thai aB evtstandlng
ether
----. upon 04. *btiM. ,tM board mill- west
for tltttac the ftry tot far hooks be returned as soon as post
tI
tle I>unre is being don.it ed t>> tb'! glades' Theatre. a hew.t-. hen eK.ert Ie first a eotpk t rib ki
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Woman's World QJbwfaM WHY TAKE



Sew Children's Clothes at Home, HARSH LAXATIVES?



Say Women Who Would Save To restore and preserve cane Healthful Fresh Fruit Drink

seats treat lightly with linseed oil. Makes Purgatives Unnecessary

AGE SCRE 10 B* sure ail excess oil has been for Most People .

Bcltaaed by Western Newspaper Union. wiped away.

By VIRGINIA VALE B'ij C.rtta *J4aluT } Cloth-covered-.suitcases- can be Here'a way to overcome constipation

CASTING Janet Blair in 8 restored to newness by covering rollout harsh I laxatives. Drink
v> co-starring role in "The DON'T know how I'd manage the fabric with a coat of high juice of 1 Sunkist lemon in a glass
Fabulous 1 the budget if I didn't sew the Felt Hat grade lacquer. of water first thing on arisi i.
Dorseys" was a smart I Copper
move on the part of Producer children's clothes.at home." is what -.- Most people find this all they need
Charles many women say to me. The saying To prevent windows from slicking -stimulates normal bowel action day
R. Rogers. The role if
I of a few years ago, that it wasn'tworth rub a little floor wax in the after day!
that of a beautiful girl with sing the effort to sew at home k window sash
ing and dancing talent who's t because things were so inexpensive, ri -groove..- Lemon and water is geed for you.

neighbor of the Dorseys in Penn I no longer holds water. It's Just the To remove the metal base of of Lemons vitamin are C among,Inch the combats richest fatigue source,
sylvania.Well Janet hails fron I other around now, so buy your
way an electric light bulb that has helps resist colds and inf cetuw. They
Altoona, Pa., and emerged into th I material, lady and get busy at the broken in the socket, push a cork supply valuable amounts of vitamins

limelight as a band singer befor I sewing machine. into the base and turn it. Bt and P.They pep up appetite.They
coming to Hollywood. Incidentally I Pajamas, nighties and even robes -.- dkalimtt aid digestion. Lesion aDd

the Dorseys say it's lucky they wartech are really so simple to make at Winter window washing: is madea water has a fresh tang too-dear the
fighters, because otherwise the home, that even the novice can
lot easier denatured
by adding mouth wakes you up start you iO'i' gig.
inifht not have been so successfu i whip through one of these garments alcohol! to the water to prevent
They worked together as long a in about two or three hours. The Rat freezing. Wipe quickly with Try this grand wake-up drink 10
they could, trying to direct one ban | material and fit of the garments to crushed tissue paper. mornings. See if it doesn't help you! }

Jointly. The break came, Tomm say nothing of the workmanship is Use California Sunkist Lemons. :.
went his:: way alone, Jimmy went hi bound to be superior to what is now ty -
-result, two top-notch bands. available in the finished product. S1i1L icL fading KSXPERIODPAIHfunctional; i

Materials are now coming to the ( }. headache relief "...
Tom Conway is fast becoming th I market more readily, and it's fairly The touring company had never and painful miseries of cold

top whodunit actor in show bucines I easy to find cottons, percale, broadcloth been of the best, and when they StJosephASPIRlWGas i

He plays "Sherlock Holmes" o I seersucker, muslin flannel or reached the stage of playing to the _
.ABC Saturday nights, and has Ju flannelette, challis and knitted wool- family of the man who owned the I n

completed his tenth mystery pl ens for pajamas and gowns. Pat- little country theater, and found on Stomach 'J

terns are easy to follow, and you that even they left at the end of I htmed.is. S mauta II'dwbto,...MM?fact '..
can even make them yourself ifyou're the first act, it was decided to I ....n_._...._....,..,__ ,
experienced at tracing from San bwta..n
break up. Two of the actors set rr b+a t e f.a.reae e.aide.. ..-a ,
worn underwear. Newt r,iMitn n ..b.f-.b.ie..bb5 s b.maer -,
out to work their back to .
way Tmb&t. N*ItuOr* Itali-wM biwc gmforHi t
Pajamas are one item where you ,.._bMk M Mm a!Mil ";,
York. .er..a..s. ....- .
economize
can on sewing at home This hat, called Bronze Lily by They were lucky enough to get I
for the whole family. For the
youngsters designer Peg Fischer, Is an elegant a passage on a barge, and when 'R
choose the two-plect
you
may creation of felt
copper
passing through a lock they over- 1
kind inasmuch as they're the 8
trimmed feathers.
with bronzed
heard this conversation:
simplest to construct. I this "Black
say The matching bronze muff completes "
because "What you got on board, Jim!
merely one-piece pajamas
necessitate buttons and buttonholesand the ensemble. "Load of fertilizer and a coupled Leaf 40 ..a ..... ..,.
actors Bert"The
kr
you can save a half an hour of
are cut generously. There are boundto uAter
looked at each
two actors JUST *
time in sewing if you use the two- be restless nights when the children .. .
ether in silence, then sighed deep"Cynl DASH IN flATHtRSOR
piece type. toss and turn while sleeping ..j
ROOSLTS!
said one, "shall we nev- *PRiAP-PH
w Here is
a wonderfully simple way and their garments should be designed "
k for making nightwear. First of alL to give them freedom of ir top the bill? I II

have patterns and material ready action. Let the armholes particular. I ?

TOM CONWAY ly be large and roomy, the legs : i Beware Coughs J
tart, "The Falcon's Adventure." If wide enough without being toe JU :;r J '

Basil Rathbone carries out his planto baggy. Avoid having the legs toe r//" from common ccJs! ;...,.
forsake the screen, Conway may IJB[ long as they will only get in the J "

be chosen to succeed him as the way. t % 'f3 %% / That Hang On
Cinema "Sherlock." And all without III i ,
Consider Comfort FirstIn
trading on his relationship to his Iii Fact Finding Creotcnlslon relieves promptly be- i
.brother, George Sanders. Mailing Pajamas cause It goes right to the seat of the
.lother-More pudding, Jimmy? .
trouble to help loosen and expel f
,
--+- If however, the children seem tc Your eyes are bigger than your ; germ laden phlegm, and aid nature

Kay Gorcey, wife of Groucho be sprouting more quickly than you stomach, child. I to soothe and heal raw tender, inflamed -
Marx, has been signed to appear can keep them in clothes, you may Jimmy That doesn't seem bronchial mucous mem
braces.
: Tell your druggist to sell
with her husband in a comedy dance have generous hems on the pajama reasonable, mother. Let us experiment i a bottle of Creomulslon vita the understanding you- :
mine for the Sam Coelow production legs which can be taken down ai and either establish or disprove : you must like the way it '

"Copacabana." a forthcoming they grow. the asatrtJmfc definitely.Half quickly fQlays the cough or you ao..
!g For the children it I to have your money back.
United Artists release, with Carmen younger mal I!
Miranda Andy Russell, Steve Coch- be practical and even advisable tc In, Half Out CREOMULSION
fl'.'" /. _**mizt .
yea make pajamas with the feet. Mans
ran and Gloria Jean. rmaamn fon tdephene-t sent my for Ccnzhj Chest Colds.Brcnditis
-+- and make know just what mothers feel that this comes it tittle her to your store for two pounds
i Ken Niles, announcer for USa. steps to foDow.sure you A good idea is to handy if the child should unwittinglythrow of ...... MM! I get nJy a pnund. Your
," has been signed to play the off his covers during the taJ.b nuut be trramg.
pense brush the instructions the
on
role of the attorney in Ro rtllitcbum's up night For smaller children it is Freud Dealer-Mf jeWes are all nht s
evening before so you'll know exactly nice to have a back belt that car ........ 111ft you tried weighing your
RKO picture, "Out ef tftw
what comes next ,..* &".yr
Past." You may be familiar with be supped through the side team

the story under the really good eiftaal //VscemWy Ltoe TecbaigeeEasy belt loops to tie in front. The youngster

title, which was "Build My Gal I can adjust this type of garment Setid Advice A
'
to Use
-.r PajamasCut Psychiatrist thing for you
lows High." easily, and it eliminates buttons. '
-=fI an the pajamas you are go-, .II There's nothing so important at to do Is to forget about your

Lowell Thomas was all set to lag to make and pin each one together good stitching, especially where fo troubles and bury yourself in your Men who walk

make teaching his life work, till betook as you cut it. As you are concerns a much worn garment work.
a trip to Alaska and made some pinning them, sort them into the such as the pajama. Set the machine Man-Gosh, and me a concrete for a living use SOLE

oaumal film of primitive mining piles you have to sew first second correctly with thread and tab mixer.
BOmmunrtfrn. Later, teaching at etc. In another pile, place facings ric so that stitches win be even as well as Heels
and bands, pockets and cuffs You'll save a lot of time mending
Princeton, he lectured a few times. ;
Ming his ftlm as illustrations. It In other words, those pieces that if you take this little precaution.To GIRLS! WOMEN! by Sullivan
are applied flat. Join shoulder finish the pajama properly usea
proved to be so profitable that he
this if
abandoned teaching, and he's been teams, apply neck bands, sew in pinking shears on all simple try you're "

traveling the world and getting paid sleeves. Do all your hemming and seams. This may be employed during d'CO'
lor it ever since. basting, if necessary, at one sitting, the cutting, and then this par! NERVOUSOa'ttRTAm :;
--4f-- then all machine sewing at another of the garment will be finished Cottons
sitting. are easy to cut with pinking DAYS' Of Monti-
Andrew Toombs. character actor !
who crashed films because of his Work on a large table and cutout shears and no problems wilt arise Do female funrt!'>nal nwnt' IT disturb- il
tf the shears in antes make vou feel narrow, irritable.o .
baM bead, has played more than 200taldbead several garments at the same are good condition weak and tired roles in pictures. But begets time while you have all your equipment I[ For the seams on the inside oi Then do try Lydia K: I'U".J 1aIn'1 Vise.'
the french flat feU table Compound to r :lr\'e mchr:,ptoou -
War- out. Work goes much faster if pants, a or seamis
the break of lifetime in '
a U
I /omouj for trj1 Taken: .eu-
en' Technicolor musical, "My Wild you can "specialize" a bit on your best because it lies flat and wit larly Plnfchams Compound rrlpa
head different tasks. j be more comfortable than any othet build up resistance against f.i1 h
Irish RoIe"-wears a flowing .
Atoo a great ctumacftic tonic
types
True it takes
tt heir, appropriately parted in the Fabrics for pajamas and nightgowns slightly longei
middle, for his role of a bartender of should be selected primarily to make, but the pajama will be LYDIA f.FGIhIIflSeaMgo: :ai 1
kit their and of more comfortable for it.
fct Gay Nineties Incidentally. Denote durability ease
Morgan's doing road work to ....biUty. Any of the fabrics
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keep in trim lor the picture; be aimed previously will do the Job
""t done a strenuous vocal chore thoroughly. Unless you rally have I Knitted Lingerie ---

ebIce "The Desert Song." and finds lime to spare, these fabrics need 1 By laundering and
feting more taxing than merely tot be ironed before ........ Just carefully --- ---- -
ironing the fabric of your knitted

___ left. --+-- lingerie intelligently, you can \ n // GOT YOU
preserve its good looks and add
tet Lauek and Tuffy Off ("L Attft" to its WeAlways. S"gALL STUFFED UP?

and "Abner" have a new prte She's Ruth Parrot, who played a using a well padded ironing

Lady barber on their pro oam. Her board. Follow the grain of the ApwtEfMER

performance Interested ZOth Cen material as you let your iron rRY
tury-Fox: talent scouts, and she landed sweep over the garment Never
a role in "Mother Wore Tights." pull or stretch the fabric. QR.w,1gfr

Now Chet and Taffy say they can Lace and embroidery should be
hardly wait for the picture to be r
pressed on the wrong side and
released, so that they can begin tak- this is best done over a soft towelor
tog bows for discovering her in the a pad.

first place. When you iron an unfamiliar
-+? -- fabric for the first time, bewareof

Andy Devine's been signed to acngtem1 Mb d iUHe', dashes ft kmt. the temperature of your iron.
\ contract by Republic aft- Start with a warm iron, and' if
er being with Universal for a number :nab sure that they are washed the wrinkles don't come out easily -

of years. His latest Universal risen bung property, and then folded gradually increase the heat r.
picture is Walter Wanger's "Canyon and tucked away in drawers until until the iron glides smoothlyover ; r
his first at Republic will the next wearing If desired
Passage you the .
garment pressing out Nostril clogged up-breathing difficult 'c'
San Angelo, a Western. add decorative stitches simple
be "Bells of may or the wrinkles readily. Quick-reach for MenthoUtom. Instantly
Brown producer-director trimming like ric rac or colorful 4.r
Hiram For and satin it start iooeen thin
rayon crepe usea to congestion out mncna.
af the CBS "Inner Sanctum got binding to these clothes. Little moderately hot iron. The fabric Soon you can b-r-.-a-t4ef Don't let the -
the idea for the program six years boys don't go for this sort of thing
should
be almost dry when nasty old "Cold Bog" keep a strangle hold >
when he beard a squeaking door but your daughter might like some
ago ironed. on your breathing-get Mentholatuml! a wa.n.HtaOtoUtum COL
to. a radio sound effects department pretty feminine touches on her gar- Soft, spun rayons take a hot

j He acquired the door, and has pre. 0MB t.Attift. iron, but the fabric should be GET MENTHOLATUM
tested the weekly shriek and shudder : youagsters" as well as thejbdalers bone dry QUICKl 4

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BAUKHAGE troughWtibimgion{'f.oM .rr..gemes$ SUiD lb. Ile1eIlJleU by Western Newspaper Uaico.TAXES .
Bua c) W(,tC. Kee.. 'pi.
. J 1 News Analyst tnd Cosset lee ll.... ft ; L6 Eyt Street N. W., FROM UTILITIES SOME short w-tule back one of the

\Ttikmfton, D. C., u M to brtmg real PAY EDUCATIONAL COSTS in coJlege foyiba-. asked ,
1
Service, 1616 Eye Street, N.WM housewives to fad ost why they
air tins ttftUy column on problemi ofS From the collected by the your correspondent to name the 15 :
: I Washington, D. C. i I weren't serving mere rice at tUb S 3e vUru ..d terviettntm *..l Mss \srn. taxes the leading coaches m the country. The I
and mu-
states the
WASHINGTON. Do you know I dinner tables. He learned that: the] Of. QtttOMHU m*> ie 4foW to tIN counties that only answer we could think of in a :

that an invention cf a young Per- were tired of bcrned pots and pans i**.!, BtftfM wtf shy will ft omsvortiW ucipahties comes the money given time limit was this: "The IS I

; alan-American'may rid the orient j j I and sticky gummy rice. "If wtj aAtt mtmt -. No relies t** JaYS for our public school system. coaches who have the best ma-

. &f its greatest curse, malnutrition? j could only buy canned rice, read W M& frost oy mA Let ..., n> tmtthmim : do not have available the figures terial." I

,v Do you know bow it happened I to heat and serve," they would sigh. mfiico tAIl .",..,' .. Mt notn- mowing the number of students in There is little questioning the fact i I

that acme of the most beautiful' clas- Malek tried to oblige. For severa: A_ rt'-rkJ,. he primary public schools of the that for the season of 1948, Raft I

sits of Middle rr.c,r.ths, be cooked rice and canner nation, or the annual cost per stu-
; Vet erait'AprrcTC',2t DisortiRity schools. Biaik of Army deserved his award,
Eastern litera. rice m his own home: in ions lent of maintaining those I do due largely to the fact that Red and 1

f tare came to be tr al k.tcbens, in government lab For OM state, California !lis staff carried Army three years
("'v I,sa.000 veterans lave such figures and one other fig
written in a IanFaugeArama cftt'rie-s. But the rice savariabljIP without a defeat
. ire r<- d' ability payments ire that is of interest when applied \
1 keand tasted like flour
:c paste. ,. Time and again we have been
norx :H rf disabilities m- :0 the maintenance of the primary
once the : :. asked to rack fee coaches te order.This i
.. .
purr coed forces
Leg Memory ; duringffnrl schools of th.t state. .
jar" patois of the
W-n II according to Veter In California the average daily at- is a* i.pasai-

people Aids Research ans' adni: '.- ...., bIe M. Look MK
= :on. Average monfh- endance of students in the primaryKhools
''
The same ra C- e day. however be tried osok y pa. ":ert ?".v rte to about $42. those embracing up to and :' 4 mt a few woes tfcefet
answered t b -.-_ p fTeaoessee
Neyland *
those ( .. "b ::.::: ar.d canning the paths variety Pavjrenie ranee from 113.. per :including the sixth grade, is above Blaik .f

Quest. ;r.s'' cfire from India. The results wen north to SV,) a month depending IJD._. In 1944 the daily averagewas ,
foe
me and it Army Harlow of
s
quite l Ic qtr fc.'T.fruhat: more eDCOIIJ'aI DI. The jpon the degree and type of disabfl- 830,648 For the same year the Harvard Littte of

drat had pass canned kernels seemed less gel* ty VA sate about 25! per cent of :Mai cost of maintaining those pri- Colombia Crfefer'
1-e not ,
tino;;t. almost fluffy. Then' he ra- veterans of Wor'd War n have filedclaims :nary schools, including all salaries '
been .
able to an- ; of Michigan n.as --
: tr.ed-.ered something he'd reac for d: rb.lrty benefits and of and materials. but not the cost ofconstruction
Iw.beth. ef \Ja'a..
he about the natives of Assam. It hose adjudicated about one out of of school plants or any .
wooJd S.tleBalM
of *
have been Leahy
DaokhageWNTJ seeded these natives suffered less :wo has re'uited in an award.At interest on bonds amounting to $66-
able MeMiOta KIttdiaaa
to
answer from beri beri man did natives either. the same tune. VA amid yes Neely of
other oriental regions. Malek tookto tent attending those primary
It was the inventor himself.: M hat more than 372.060 dependents of Bieratan Kite, B.tts.f Georgia. -
the research books and disce Khools was $U....
ieceased V'orld II
Yooaa-Makk who enlightened me War veterans are McKeever ef
ered that the Assamfees parboiled The to those biDs in
b two and a half hours of the most receivins ratIonal? service life insurance money pay Cr&eD. Wade .f flake, Saavdy eC
their That soaked n other
rice. is they California as in aD states
charming and informative converutioo benefit; averaging approxi- North Carolina, Odeil *f Tale Le-
for in to loosen the tougt who the
days water from but
romes taxes pays
in which I have indulged in -r.atelJ $SO monthly! In more than 75 BnKberie of U.C.L.A., Btersan of
if hull*. then they steamed it :axes' One very large source of tax
siany a strike-darkened politic XT cent of the cases, beneficiaries Minaeseta-but why keep on? ThisIs
Clouded Washington afternoon. Up to that point Malek had will receive these payments far the :money is the utilities-the railroads. only a partial list, where, if gives

Briefly, he has Invented a been trying to can polished rest of their lives As of November gas and electric companies, municipal the same material and the same

process which keeps the nutritive white rice. Rice whose vHamiaClled 1. 1946, the face value of the active transportation systems and others schedules hick would nave to

bran layers had bees :3: I. awards exceeded when they are privately owned.I .
value of rice in the kernel insurance tit,- trrite the story.
cleaned bulled, rallied, scoured do not know the total of such
boosts the rice yield by 25 per 188.000.000 However, doe to interest I can say this. There is no bunch
and This taxes collected in California. I do
cent, cheats rice-eating beetles polished away. was factors, ultimate value of the ronnected with sport that gives as
the first mention of the treat- nave the total of what the railroadspay
and weevils out of their annual awarded benefits; may approach the much time, thought worry and complete
ment of rough paddy rice be- as taxes to the state, countiesand
, million dollar banquet, but !9ve billion mark. Parents are the concentration as football
, fore it was milled. He leapedon municipalities in the year 1945.
probably most important of aU.e sole beneficiaries in about 65 perrent roaches give. They brood by day
Railroad
Inns the Vitamin B factors in it as a possible cine. of the cases and widows in 23 That total was 13475805. and night An ankle, a shoulder, a
{ He to from friend taxes in the state, not including any
each grain of rice intact managed get a per cent.Questions. knee or a back can make all the

Since the rice-eating countries aetount a bag of rough paddy rice-prepaid j paid to the federal government, was difference in the world. Those ia
for this time Malek and Answers sufficient to provide primary education -
: for half the world's population fortunately by front figure they must stay there.The
was walking to and from his experimental for one out of each five of theiwys
and since malnutrition is a seri- Q. I am begging information regarding losers must win a game or two.

bus problem in aQ of them, the intention laboratory, unable to afford my baby grandson Flight and girls attending the primary There is a big difference in material

seems a little less than rev- even a car token. Officer John T. Carmichael navigator public schools in the state. If to that !rom time to time but the old grads

He soaked the rice for days. T-127420 =onkl be added the taxes paid by and the consider
tlutionary in its potentialities. It is AAF APO No. 16403A.J. public at large never -
already the basis of a going concern. When he needed to parboil the riot 118 Postmaster. New York. Hemet ill the other privately owned utilities this. They look only to the final
in steam be found unused sterilizer in the state the total certainly
an down on the first mission tcores. Such coaches as Red Drewof

follth Vitamins at a nearby hospital where the against the enemy October C, 1944. would be above one half the price Mississippi. Red Sanders of Vanderbilt -

Dot of Product internes were glad to help him. Even We were advised he was missing one paid for educating those primary and Paul Bryant of Kentucky-

his neighbors in his apartment rear and then that he was killed in school students. may be unknown nationally, but
My acquaintance! with rice has building were on hand to help htspread What is true in California would
the best withwhat
action. So please ten me, if possible they are as good as
Wen a nodding one furthered by the parboiled rice on the where and how he died andwhere an a percentage basis prove true in they have.

Wriedic visits to Chinese restau- roof to dry. his all other states. A very large part .
is U there is
ants. When I at. the fcnderpmningaf Now be had his precious parboiled God bless grave you and,thanks for any-one. af the cost of educating our little 'A Coaches9 CoacVThere ."

the celery sprouts and strips of paddy rice. Bat the tough hulls 02: Mary Jones and Bobby Browns is
thing you can do.-Mrs. G. B., Mont may be a better coach than?
thicken, I didn't realize that the the kernels posed a problem. An fernery, Ala paid by the privately owned utilities Dick Harlow of Harvard-but who-

indent Pharaohs of Egypt would ordinary rice mill handles rough! It is such utilities that a minor- Is he? Key land of Tennessee
A. I am but have aH can
have approved its polished white- rice in carload lots. The only way sorry you ity of our people are demanding be keep with Jock Sutherland
available information files of pace anyone. -
in the
hess. I didn't realize that that polished for Malek to mill a hundred pounds taken over and operated by the fed-
the coaches' ce3-
was coach in
the war First of kin
whiteness had been achieved was to fnd a hand np. Well he department eral government If that were done
lege until he came over to ranks.
are the first to be notified of pro
by 19 different cleaning, milling and found a hand mill and ground the Information lost any the federal government would pay Spend a few days with Steve Owen
concerning men or
polishing operations. And I certainly hulls from the rice. The rice was no taxes to any state county or municipality and Greasy Neale in out of
killed in action. Unfortunately then.r or sea-
didn't guess that those 19 operations canned and this time the kernel We the individuals of
son, and get of the
you part answerfan
department' is unable to give
had robbed my rice of 76 that rolled out were hard dark, each state would be forced to dig winter
and
per cent of its thiamine 56 per cent chocolate colored and separate.At Information as to manner of death :sown into our jeans and provide spring sumrnertbey're -
always and
cf its riboflavin and 63 cent of identification or place of burial of school fends talking thanking!
for
per that time Malek didn't know those many millions football still
Its niacin and most of its food he had accidentally driven the: wa several thousand of our boys killed w compel the little folks to face the they lostLonnie playing over games
In various You be
rafce.White. ter-soluble bran layers into the rice war areas. will problems of life without an educa-
Stagg at 84 sfcTm
notified was
rice, it seems, is a fetish kernel itself. He only knew this rice' immediately if any further tion. Taxes paid by the privately harness this last reluctant
Information be available.Q. season
that gees back to the days of the was distinctly different than any hi can made owned utilities. including the rail- to retire. Lonme
was a star at
Pharaohs when white was the symbol had canned before. Is there a law which provides roads, can, and very largely do, represent Yale, 60 With aQ the
years ago.
of Some unnamed chef for the education of children of deceased the difference between lit-
royalty. What be had to do then was ti<< a tears they shed and aD the moaning

with a deep sense of the fitness of determine the length of time to soak war veterans at the expense erate or an illiterate nation. they give the world, it is almost

things didn't like the idea of his the rice, what temperature to use, >f the government? A friend ttld Impossible to shake them loose wtth-

Pharaoh partaking of crude pIe- under what steam to me there was such a I.-K. L. B., Mon-
pressure par. "No more you buy meat on :nut using a grenade. r
bian-kwkmg rice. So he ordered the boO it It took Malek months, working Ligonier Ind. day." Tour than

royal millers to polish the grain to a with makeshift equipment tc A. No. there is no such law. The "Who are you who tells me when I has correspondent more

pearly whiteness. The millers com- hit upon the right formula. American Legion is sponsoring a bill can or cannot buy meat nee docked the opportunity of

plied, never realizing they were pol- Finally he obtained rice whkh for the coming session of congress "Me!" Fm Kravenskey president I best picking coaches or trying of to pick the 1*

ishi&e the food value out of the food. when canned came out fluffy, witk which would provide for payment of of the district Meat Cutters union. tack to aD time. Looking

The poor people of Egypt wenton each grain separate and perfectly 150 monthly for educational purposesto AFL. I ten you." that something four over 41 years we'dray

eatine their rough unpolishedrice. tender. The layers of bran driver! children over 16 years old of veterans I had thought I was living: in a of the best were Pop
Warner
And r"ftod? guessed why into the kernel imparted a different killed in action. tree country, where only the cop and lost and Knnte Percy Rockne, Hnrry-o
Baoghton.
they sere healthier than their nut-like bran flavor-and the Q. Is there an office of Veterans' the traffic officer could tell me

h?fn. This situation lasted long cooking at high temperature administration in Arkansas?-Mrs. where to get off. Then I find this Pop Warner gave football more on

until the French revolution when had made the rice sterile. But the A. R.. Avoca, Ark guy, Kravenskey, president of the the technical side than anyone ese.

the revolutionaries Insisted on best part of aD-uhich he discovered A Yes. there is a regional office Meat Cutters union and be tells me. including the single and double wiif

their right to keep up with the through scientific analysis- in the Federal Building at Little He naked it stick for a week for I a system still Just as effective as tfee

royal Joneses. They wanted polished was the fact that this new rice was Rock. su -reg onal offices at Ft. did not get my pound of hamburger i

white net too-(and white unbelievably rich in vitamins. Smith. Jonesboro and Texarkana. on Monday. And his name is Kra. T.Colorful Post

bread They got It, and have The army and navy were interested and contact units at Batesvflle venskey which sounds Russian to

been getting it ever since. The and Malek offered them his BlythesviUe El Dorado Harrison Yost gave football its first flare-

custom has persisted until today patents for the war's duration. A1 Helena) Hot Springs. McGehee, Rus- me.It is a multiplicity of such incidents of coaching color and Michigan its

when we still require our rice I the present time he's busy licensing *ellville and Searcy. There also are that is causing the real liberty first great college football record.

miPers to strip away more than rice mills here and abroad to usi veterans' hospitals at Fayettesville loving Americans to get fed up on 56 victories in five years, blemished'

half the vitamins from oar rice his process and North Little Rock. labor union activities. Again his only by a tie with Minnesota before-

and wheat About the only thing be has Q. My husband was a first lieutenant name is Krave&skey. Chicago broke the string in 1905

This is not so important in potato left to worry about now Is bow in the medical corps of World Knute Rockne brought to football its

and bread
In oriental countries where frequently process it The rice supply as ability human interest and personality
ary of this year In April applied the limbo cf years. How different
the word "rice" and "food"are any grocery-haunting housewife Rock in addition to being a
for a widow's pension and I haven from those cf boyhood days in Iowa.

syneaymeus, it's something else I win know, is not what it used t heard a ward from it so far. Then my one most cherished present great coach, was also the game'sstar

gain. Six hundred thirty million t to be. The world supply of rice Win it be necessary for more correspondence was an orange always in the personal contribution when it

Orientals derive more than 40 percent I is short this year, and a large and U so, to whom do toe of a Christmas stocking and the came to human contact

of their food eateries from rice I percentage of rice raked In the I apply? We lived in Missouri and only ore I saw during twelve Bob Zoppke .i Illinois brought to

-and if the rice is polished they : United States has been allocated Vat is where I first applied Mrs. months. Now I spend Christmas in footbaD coaching the added gifts at

are losing vital nutritional values I to countries where rice is a staple G. W. G.. Denver Colo. the midst of crances. They are grow philosophy and humor Znp bad
meaL food. This more color thaw t1N rainbows. One
at
Lr every scarcity explains
A Suggest that since you now ing all around me, and are as
Malek became rice-conscious back why rice along with sugar and of his best friends was the late Howard
of the loot
lire! in Denver you make application common u were apples
1933 when one cf his friends is Jones of Tale and Southern Cal
in syrup the only food still remaining While would be
at the VA office in Denver.Q. ago years. they
wished aloud that be could figurt coder price control. Uor aia. N. tire men were ever further
spared Christmas presents by
as
On November 1. I received
out some way to increase rice coaruroptian But once the world supply increases a children who live around home apart as human: beings. Bat
cyr ,
in the United States i there'll be more rice. men JO per cent increase in my pension. there grandchildren in Minnesota they were fine coaches and close ?
are -
At that time tans of rice were 'I nutritious rice, more flavorful rice Could you please tell me if that and Canada who appreciate itwhen pals.

rotting in the California rice Furthermore. Malek guarantees thai means any back pay to peacetime old Santa leaves net one buta Haughton cf Harvard today is a
_' want of market Eachleascn ; the brand-new veterans?-EL T. T., Lewistown Pa. greatly underrated coach.
" fields for a bride won't have it< box of the golden yellow fruit. At Cold

. this country's rice roWers\ make any last-minute switches it: A. If you mean is the increase for ray neighbor children, they consider hard austere, he was one of the

.ti,,"1 were being left with a surplus cf[ the dinner menu because the rice retroactive, the law provides that the apples ai a holiday lurcn. It greatest A star tactician and technician -

at least three million bags of rice. she cooked turned out all wrong. increase is effective as of September is of sunk things that carkets are Haughton was probably the

_ '_ The industry was slowly going I Oh! what about the Aramaic 1. 1945, for peacetime veterans. li made for all America. best of alto discipline. As Tack.

; : troke. classics I couldn't do Justice tc you did not receive your increase eatil Hardwkk told me once. "If Hacgh-

:; Malek went at the problem in the that one not without a fettle men November 1. it would mean that There is a difference between a ton told Harvard to Jump off a IOC

; approved American tradition. He I space and a lot more help from tile increase dates from September cure to han and u ambition \taacara. foot cliff and be would catchwe'd us-

""'j polled represecUUve California i Malek. 1. 'j i aS jump. And Percy would
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GLADES COUNTY I per square inch can. be ob1 1 business in Florida who own property Obligation February 17, its Sngarlaod Ranch

ained. There are only about eight here and from those who are ProgramAt properties will be closed to all E
'\ DEMOCRAT \ Inches of muck over the sand at keenly interested from the standpoint i.
O.
E. S. MeetingThe through traffic and that a from entrance -
MOORB HALEY FLORIDA this point which. may be skimmedoff of prospective investors and will be provided and kept
I
very easily. homeseekers. locked against all traffic during
Moore Haven chapter of
Entered .< second-clue matter Maya I, It is all well enough to simply the night hoars.
1J27 at the Poctofflce at Moore In addition to General Eisen Invite folks to Florida, he but Order of Eastern Star net at tM .
Hates Florida under the Act of 1 hower's fishing trip into Glades says ball on Tuesday night There was All roads leading from the rear
CoBgreii of March J. 1117.r."U.hd to develop the State's limitless resources -
County waters this week we had and bring in permanent an obligation program aad those of the property will be closed. and

another famous visitor Tuesday having birthdays in October \o- gates iaotalted which will to hit
residents, must further than
:you go
Eirry Friday By
evening Lt. General Sutherland, Ten ber and December were honored ,locked and guarded and anyone wto
one that and of
TILE GLADES PRINTING CO. Imt. supply a "blueprint
of General McArthar's principal) there being fifteen who had i finds it necessary to find ......
CARIt SETTLE PaMUhrr action He points oat that when
birthdays these three months throagh the property will have to
military advisors in the Philippines. daring
a firm like General Motors or the I
Visitors Mrs Nina Prevail make the necessary arrangementswith
He and Mrs. Sutherland stopped were
I A & P Tea Co. consider locating: or
!>....nl'tI.. Rater overnight here as they made their I and Mrs Nellie C. Huber Randall Falford, animal husbandman -

One Tear _,______.____._ 8:2.3' way in their small cruiser acrossthe make vesting exhamtlve ia a given locality theyj: 'I Members attending from Clew-I in charge of the project.In .

Six M.atks _________ '1.:1,'I state. through the Cross-State ermine aa just what they survey ma- to expert; de-I Ila iston were Mrs. C. M Pirkte Mrs commenting on this action

Waterway the way a* a return on their meatmenl. il. C. Vowell. Mrs E. M Dull.I I Josiah Ferris Jr. stated for the
Mrs G. E. Ethel-ton. Mrs W. A. corporation that it did not wish to
They don't depend < n I
I __ statements found in advertisementsr Montgomery, Mrs. W. J. Robison,I. work any hardship on anyone and

EANDE'INGS ---s-x---- i in Chamber of Commerce' litera- Mrs E. J. Allen, Mm Ruth B. I did not feel as though this action

Owens, Miss Florence Graham Mr*. should ncccesarfly do so Bat the
'I ture. They want to know tie dan-
By Carr Settle Too Late To Classify I gets and pitfalls. well as the M. A. Thorns Mrs M. C. teen I hunting season Is now over for

remising side of the picture Mrs John Barton Mrs. Chris ducks and it is not felt that tMNJs

Letter Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs much reason for anyone else
Bv RUSSELL KAY The small business concern or individual I
Moore Havens growing pains needs the same kind of Gene Jackson, Mrs A. G. Twiddy. going through. the property to lands
hare already started and those pains Mrs E. M. Cornell Mrs C. L. Mc-: to the aoeth.Visitors .
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(w-----:+)'. ".: -:--: :+: information but cannot afford to
promise to be "in the neck" for the Lendon, Mrs W. H. Lanier, Mrs
hire experts to make such a survey to the cattle project will
Members of the City Commission Christine R. J. McLeod,
Doty Mrs.
Uriel Davis prominent New If Florida had some independent be welcomed, as always, daTi.g
who have been harassed couIder-1 Mrs R. E. Waldron Mrs
George
York publicist and publisher of the non-profit. non-political organization daylight tows Mr. Ferris ....
ablyM for the past couple of weeks I Coleman, W. J. Robison, R. B. Wai-
Public Relations Directory 4k Yearbook that could gather the same
lot sales, building permits, etc. drop M. C. Keen C. L. McLendoa
recently made a whirlwind sort of information as to opportunities -
The pains would be comparatively I W. A. Montgomery c. M Pirkle and
toar of Florida. He was impressed !- that exist in each area of the
tight If the commission had ever J. K. Roers. LIKLtLOTlCIlb
by the job done by enterprises State for the small business man,
had machinery set up to deal with Attending from LaBelfc wen
to sell their local products and attractions -, the farmer or the individual and
snch thing but for the past many Mrs Pan Waters and Mrs GlesDyess
a
but his surprise came, he reseat It in the form of carefully
there has been little or no From Moore Hare win
yean says, when he realised that Ftorda prepared bulletins, it would meet NOTHH or APPUC.TiFws.tI
effort to enforce any kind of huildteg Mrs Caroline Bales. Mrs. Gladys
the rich as it is, lacks a sound his need that Is not now being met TAC; Dt@lt
restrictions and now that Stalls. Mrs. Lillian Cram, Mrs,
public relations program, one whichcan I by any existing organization
attempt is being made. in view of, Esther Klaus Mrs M. Cox, Mrs NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
traceable results. lie Davie believes that the bash
produce on I M a aaainee
atemplated expansion, It Isn t easy Frances hardy Mrs. Ola Sextoi I :="P8OJ1.Ir
of w Tar
hastens to add that this Is not; of a membership fee of $5 or flfl
Neither are the ordinances already .and C C. KlnttsRefreshments Certificate numbered_ SM _dated the
with riticism Such a program may per rear, enough Florida visitors 81th day of Jan*. A. D .,n. baa filed
o oR toe book sufficient to cope I of chili con cane aid certificate in my office and has
well be outside the framework of could be found throughout the nation -
the situation aDd the commission were served by the hostesses Mrs made application for tax: : deed to leave
government to create an organization of thereon in accordance with law.Said .
hiM not as yet bad time to write V. C. Woodward, .Mrs E. M. Dan Certificate embrace the following -
Bw ordinances to keep up with Davis contends that the State is at least 100,000 members. The and Mrs. W. II Laier d* cri... property situated toOtedea

their proposed plan of action And not making the effort it should to money derived from such member- County Florida" towitNorth :
Half of Tract It SactloaIS
even their plans aren't too concrete win the lasting friendship of the ship would be need to engage ex- Township 42 South, Usage ISBast.
millions who visit it and that these perts to make similar surveys to Sugarland Ranch .
as :yet. TIM assessment of aM property ender -
But the members, while wishing visitors should be made to realize 'hose made by big Industrial concerns Will' Be ClosedTo said evrtifleaU lamed WM la the
These surveys would show asjae .f Oakaowa.Ualeas .
what the future holds in store for
still
to be as fair as possible, are said certificate shall be re-
d,4ermined that the building which Florida and urged to share In the the needs of a given area and the Through Traffic dead according to law, tax dead
opportunities for new businesses will sine thereon on the led day e CFebruary
rich theyare
fa now going on in boom anticipation profits of its resources as A. D. 1I4T.
shall be such as to reflect crediton developed One for example might cover agri- Dated this m day &January._ _1"'.
cultural opportunities, another Announcement is made this week., (SEAL) Circuit Coarrt.OOladea
the community To him a share in these profits, Clerk
'small business opportunities and by the United' States Sugar Corporathm County Florida
or, as he puts it "Sharing Flor- .
so on. It- would- reveal what each that on and ,after Monday. Jan S, IS. 17, 14, 81.i .
Residences and apartments are ida's Future" can be the result of
community in the area offers One
sound public relations policy for ------- ---
going to be badly needed here verysoon a -- -
might need a shoe repair shop
as they hare been needed< for the State. lie explains that If All )o"r--X'--- rrx----rX--:''>>'< rX-X'+o .
another a doctor or lawyer.
the past many months And the 'every resource, no matter what kindor
members would receive these surveys -
situation promises to be critical where located, is explored and
for their own information.
even before the sugar mill begins the information passed on, people Davis emphasizes the thought that I i NOTICEALL

building. Most construction now everywhere would take a real interest such an organization if it is to
underway or proposed for the Im- in the State. He foresees
serve the best interests of Florida
mediate future is for buslne? from such action a modern migration i
must concentrate Its activity on the
building rather than housing. We, of capital and labor Into the UODS TIIUOUGH bUGARUAND IMNC1I Alta
development of the State's untouched -
should like to see a few apart- State and he could challenge every I
resources and not act as an
ment houses, duplexes and houses American through a national cau agency for the promotion or sale ; PRIVATE 110.''''' WHICH, O\ A>D AFTFK MO>DIY. FEDUUARY -

.i, to take care of the workers who palgn, to "Share Florida's Future." of existing Industries attractions or t ii

will be needed here. Estimates place the tourist Inflow enterprises.It 17, 1917, WILL BE CLOSED: TO TIIROttlll TK\P- ., ,

at more than four million duringthe Is a swell Idea and no one will y y -

On Wednesday we went out for present season Might not an quarrel with Mr. Davis on that :z'W.. G\TF5S MILL UK KEPT: LOCKED: AXULI TIlHt .: ,

I a little while to where"! Buford Sur- appreciable number of these four score, but the development of such

; rency was putting up posts at the million people remain or return as I I I Jan organization is a sizable chore, t I'\SSIXG WILL BK: PROSECUTED.Y .

proposed sugar mill site to carryon permanent residents if they became1 making surveys of the State area Y .

bearing tests. There were three better acquainted with the by area is a bigger one and those Y

of these, about a hundred fe* tural, industrial and altri'ul-1 I who are practical and a wee bit United States Sugar Corporation -I

apart, with a foot-square bloc opportunities the State j.skeptical will probably ask WHO i.

placed directly on the sand and Davis visions an or anlotioD. going to DO IT and WHERE is

topped with a platform for adding supported by individual memberships -II\\1. money coming from* oXx :..:'{:-: :-:.:.:.:{ : :-<-:-:':.+...>S'::":::}{-,ffiv: :'f'w'rh\\: : : { }{w'<'{' t S1I
weights Buford told as that a that would be non-profit and I

thousand pounds would be added non-political It might; be called I

each twenty-four hours until three "Share Florida Future." he sug sI

teas had been placed on the plat gents lie sees such an organization -I

f..... By recording the depth the, with more members from outside -

Meek has settled each morning the, the finite than from within. '

bearing of the sand for a foundation-' made up largely of those who doA I

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SHEETING-1x4, 1x6, 1x8 Tongued and Grooved

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275.00 Truck loads: Four 16'a $,525 00 NAILS DOOR FRAMES WINDOW FRAMES

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now, delivery in 10 days.
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I These are gov't. hutments, all wood construction, pine

floors, novelty pine siding, 90-lb. roll roofing, windows Alderman a

doors and screens. They make excellent tourist cabins Lumber Co.

cottages, tenant houses, farm buildings, or storage

rooms You can re-erect these in a short time as they

are delivered in 16-ft. sections, ready for assembly.G. .
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e c e Q w Q HH- -W-W-W-fr K-S i* C Q D Q D Q D Q Q C C Cox--ti4 - --I FRESHMAN NEWS JsNOOPEU:
-' MiMred Close) II | What girl is interested in DonG.

SCHOOL DAZESTAFF I I We are back to school again after .? Better watch for hill" Lobs!

two weeks' vacation which was enjoyed Woader what happ ned'to Gene

SOCIETY! II by everyone. The Freshmen W. sad her boy friend? Cenlda't
TERSONALaml
are working hard now for we be on account of Jackie B.. mold
Editor ___ Tracy AngeAsaocUt real
that coming it?
Editor Bettie KeblnsonMvooper JIM our exams are
soot also because of the five hundred I wonder who the Wg had watt
???TTT
.L"-.LJUL.LL.-L.L.-I -u.------
is that is constantly breaking little
word theme which mast -1
t'{044t fi4wOw.GOva4vCiv-s.} { ports --_ Char Clajtn
written ia civics.la girls beam. Could It he J. S. C.?
Tommy WayaaaB j
O. E. Mteette business viaitor have (Geattaa Page S)
waa a itaukrwt addition to these wo en
.
----.n..1 Personedetlea Opal
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la Arcadia Saturday. -I J\adaleraa McLaupfelin book reports to be made ia Bacimh.STH .I

i I LAKKPOKT C. K. E1Ts
T. Jean ItupreeQaettaua
Cn.l u Rover
t Mr. aad Mrs. R. E. Jordan were of a brother. i
Retia (brae GUADHE I
&
la Cfewtetoa OB business Tuesday.' A constitution was adopted sad.
of the week Dean iiefMaTypista (Neida Bowdeahell
Mill Dorothy Skipper left Sunday ) objectives outlined for 1J47 .by the
____ Hems RoMMoaUoyle i
Mr. Mi .;: John Brown sad for Swannanoa. N. C.. where she is The mid-term exams are earning Christian Endeavor Society of Lake-

Diekte wara to Port Myen Monday.Mr. a atadeat at Warrea-WUaan College BaU up soon-much to'oar great ,sor port at a regular meeting held San-

afte. spending the Christmas holi- Jean DvprerMk row. day afternoon at the home of Mr.

sad .Ta. E. J. Bowyer were days with her mother, ..... Leona or _. Dot WUliaaaMB) During our two weeks vacation!!: aDd Mrs. J. S. Click.

Fart Mjrew vfatton oa Wedaeaday. Skfaper.Mhw a-= I.II. several of oar chants vi fined friend A membership goal of an average

and relatives of other towns where I attendance of twenty-five was net
TO .CHOOLe
Mr. aid .... L. M. Lilly visitednftattves Evelyn Lyoa left Wednesday B.\CK hey had a swan time. You can bet and the financial aims call for the
Editor
fa Mlaaal Suaday. for Ashley Hail Chartaaton,i ( ) on that! raising of a budget of 'Ii far local -

Soath Caroliaa, where ahe ia a i All of us were' glad to see FrI- Jut before Christmas, Miss WUiamsoa and minUDaary work. Satrttaal
December 26, come, for that
day.
Mrs. J. B. BiBey lad Mms Bertha student after spending the holidays' I our Home EC teacher let aims include weekly devotional

Graai van TteUors Is Miami Tsar4s& with her parents, Mr. and ..... R. was vacation the beginning Two whole of oar weeks Christmas to do us bake some "Snow Ball Cookies' i meetings, daily Bible reading, ..-

D. 14'". which we think were very good! | lange to personal commitment to
as we pleased but it flew past sa
; the Christian way of life, mfcmJuaary { s
fast we didn't get much accomplish
_, J. M. Ooaae seat the weekend I Miss Margaret Van De Verde left ed. HOMF. HC CLrilF1vs and social service aetiv Stlel. I

!. Miami wh Mn. Cause aad JoAlL Sunday night for College, Ga., to Monday morning we retaraed to (Joyce Click) Social aDd recreational activities !

reaaate her studies at South Geor- find the school building still stand The Future Homemaker's Chapter will be planned each month by the

cia College after pending the holidays concluded their Christmas unit social committee composed<< of BateMae
we had left it. Everybody -
tag just as '
.Mrs. Jeta Dew ass Miss with her pareata. Mr. Lad Mn. rushing this and that way with a party oa Wednesday afternoon -, Story Peggy Stalls Mildred
way
Marina Bawd visited ........ laMrs. Joe Van De Veld December IS, ia the Home Close sad Glenora Xc aftIe.
trying to get back Into their daily
liyfss Economics: I'OOID-wbtc. was artistically I Program leaden for the neat
routine.
Mr. and Mn. Fraak Wootea and decorated with holly and fAr weeks were appointed as tal
The worst of all ia the seine tel
J. W. Cross, Mn. L. M. daughters hare returned to their Australian pine. The partkipaata lows: Freda Belle Hammond Mfidred -
in the face. Some
Liny and Mrs Jean Moor were bone la .oII e. Ala., after ..,..- testa staring ns included girls from ninth, tenth Close Bertha Stewart and
of living la hopes of heial
ns are
....... la Ctewteton Taeaday.Mn. II-. the Chriataaaa aattdaya with her eleventh and twelfth grades under Glenora MeDuffie.In .

I aareata. Mr. and Mra Joe Vaa DaVelde. exempt.We aU do too much complain. the supervision of Miss "Dot" WilUamaoa. the future the society will he

K. J. Baamgardaer was a known as "The Tonne Paaate's
taco Remember.. school days an
lailafai vtettor ia Welt Palm Beach aDd there aren'tmans The program was as follows: ChrtettenLakeport. Endeavor Society at
Wedaeaday attaraooa. Miss TheUaa AIr aDd her caeats oar happy days 1 .''
Song-Joy to the World.Song .
left for some of ... So! Let'stake
for the holidays Miss Velsu Nor- with saUte. -O Come all ye FaithruL Twenty-three tethers and victors -
them a
J. K. FMaraaa was to Tallahasseetor s aa of Stark and Miss Betty Scripture Betty Ar&eM. attended the meeting.

eeverai days the Om of the Sager of Jackaoaville, retaraed the Prayer-Florence IN....*.

sat a. ;........ latter pan of the week to Tally CAMPlb IIOVKi Special-Silent Night Peggy
FOR \LO-Five acne land on
atadeata at (Ruth Close)
basses where all are
Stain Jessie Braaaaa.Talk
Fort Dvaaad $M. Address -
... H. C. Kaaaaa and Virginia Florida State College for Women. Hello School Dasen! We're nowback i -The Noel Candle Betti road

fcaya have retaned from spending at school again aad we hope i Robinson. : inquiries to Democrat.

the aWttdays ta Fort Myen. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Leismeyer i everyone had a Merry Christmas Song-I Heard the Bells on
of Dothan Ala., sad Maxwell and will have a prosperous Sew Christmas Day. FOR SALB.-New Emerson pertains

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Yoder drove Fletcher of Qaiaey visited Mrs. Lucy Tear. Games aBel contests were enjoyed radio; also 1938 Balek Special

to DLand Sunday to take theirdaagbtK. Bowen here Thursday rreaiag' of<< The students oa Palmdale and j by all after the coupe, new paint good condittem.CoaptoB .
and
program refreshments -
Maw Wanda Toder, back last week. JiI.... Lefeaeyer is a Citrus Center roates are able to of I Grocery Lakeport ,
poach and an aseert-
ta sen**] at Stetson University.Mrs. aotce and Mr. Fletcher a nephew ofMn. start the year off right-with new meet of Christmas cookies wereserved.

Bowea'a.Miss ..... This should serve as an
W. B. Irby retained Saadaynfefet inspiration for better work this Mr. M rrfeon and Mrs. DRAGLINE AXD TltlTKCR.wort .\\E

Pram a visit of several weeks Audrey Bishop returned semester. Also, the Juniors saoaM Margaret. Farnam were honorguests. wanted by day' or contract.

wilt her parents in Headersoavflle Tsead.y to Washington D. C.. where work harder beeaa their claw Philip Gray. 1831 N. Palmway.

N. C. she is employed after spending the rings came in during the holidays Lake Worth, Fla. Jan S-lfttp.

holidays with her pareate. Mr. and aDd should serve as a, goal of I

Mn. George Owen and daughter.bare ,. Mr*. J. F. Bishop. !Mr!. Bishopand achievement. The rings are very :MALE HKLP WANTED

} tMnt>. retarded from an **:- Mn. W. J. Strickland aecoaepaated Pretty. I ;

,ended visit with relatives IB Virginia her to Sea-riag to take a' Have you aU heard that basketball C.OOIl JOB FOR FORMER:

and Nebraska.. tr& 1l.. practfc*, h*. started! ? Every- ARMV. A\1.. "A.AI'\E A\D Mark R. Tennant
'OAlT GUARD 5Pft.'I.tU"TI.I.a.
rMr -:-- --- Roe ia very glad and are working UeeMed
Mn. Clark Bell aad toward a sacceesfal teat which tan MM. .Grsdes
H Larmoyeax aad Mrs. Mr. and H.
*
ary Electrician __ .___STS S. .
Nettle UHmrn left Tuesday e1'M8cr.r hay" daagllter, .f Tampa visited. win the majority of games this sea Finaace Typist-Cterk __ _i ft S. 4 Real Estate Broker

tfettr fcejees ta Charleston W. Mr. and Mrs. W E. Cartdy aad sot. Weather Stenographer Observer_ _.__.__.. _784_til 5.i. 4.4. J 3 GLADES COUNTY LANDS

Va., after a week's visit here with other tries ia here over the weokead. Dental Assistant ._ .8S6 5.
Democrat Aerial Photoffraphtr tft S. 4, 3 00? Congress Dldg. !Miami Fla
Mr. Bell a toraaer ..F10RElt'S
Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Settle. Svreteal Technician IU 5. 1. 3
employee, was driving one of the (Char Clayton) "and many other skill Qualified Army

Mr. sad >>.... Job Wetkeriag- :aw can speciallyfitted for veteranaatpBteea. The seniors are settling down who Navy held Marine any or of (tone but 4M Guard occupational veterans-

tea of Havana Cuba, vtttted met i and Klvea then by the again after two wonderful weeks specialties for C months or MOl
I 1 may BOW enlist in the nw Regular
- Tkanday aad Friday with: Ida I goveraneat.VIsITOIN. of vacation. We are working very Army at a grade depending upon the

breth. *. W. L. Watherlagtoa and hard trying to decide oa a suitable length or your prvviou occupational
AT LODGE .. We have,.specialty urvl<<'e. New high Army
Mn. Wethertegtoa, before returaamc play for to prent. "'pay and the opportunttlea for advancement FLOWERS
to their horn narrowed the books down considerably make an Army carver more attractive
Visitors at Williams Ranting and have minds now than ever tovCore. Stop SPIt.\1"S
and about our In and find out the special grade you norQl'ETSl1rs.
Misses Phyllis and Joaa Ctbertoa Fishing Lodge during the week ..- made up. We want to preacat ttta will receive under t"W..... department
See
loft fHadar for s......... Ga., elided Fred Hollander. Mr. and February so wish us luck! 8. Amy regulation.Recruiting Apply Station at theC.

whens .ay are attending school Mn. W. Waldron. of New York The M. H. Terriers and Ter- Paul Wilson
21. 11, 25, Leon Building
attar ....... the hottdays with Jim Craig. Emmett Whit lock. L. rierettes have the first game of FORT MYERS FLORIDA .

their uraaamether. ..... H. Ettartaa. W. Aldrich, Gary Feeler E. N. tM.... tonight (Friday. We 6s

Doll and E. D. Doll of West PalmBeach seaion" wish them all the lurk! 0'
.
; Mr. sad ..... L. Thuntoa Well he rooting for you!

Miss Irene deott returned tIM Fort Myen: Mark and Charles JOHN H. MALOY JR.

tatter putt .C tfce week ta Stetson Foster of Chicago: : E. R. Bauman. JLTMtOII % 'S riBLiC

.t Ual entity at DeLaad after ...... W. A. Baker, Owen Carr J. B. tits Starr) Federal Tax Consultant t.crz.XT

:i n. taw kottday with her parents. Murphy. R. Van Iaadt glaa. M.sadJack 8. "All work and ao play" is wha INCOME TAX

i Mr, aad Mn. I. E. Scott. She *' Slaw of Miami; Al Keaaptor the Jaaion are trying to settle, 6o'stts pIwtRiTT-ttlTt1110LDlVG-EcTIMATED DHCHK 1TIO>

; eumpatMld Mesa tram Fort )1Jen.M. ., Mater at Bradenton.1VT. down to shoe the woadertal boil A>0 OTHER FEDERAL TAXK: %

day season bat for a group of
... Dorothy Arnold left the tot, .\. l'O.TIYHD young people like ns that ia really January J 5th to January J 18th Incl.
of tie week tp resume h. I, -
tr studies part at Flondaate Cf-Hejre! toi The regular meeting of the Par hard Just to a do.reminder that our class Judge Couse's Office--Moore Haven, Fla.

Women after \lf'nltni the holidav -Teacben AI dat.... sekadaledtor rings and pine are here and are Rx.. 1, IX Outer St. at Cirrle Scbring, FTa. Phone 130I -\\"
hon ,r, 1'.t n, d. tonight has bees postpaaad aaTnest -
lu-r
at Friday night beraase of they beautiful! (At toast, we think Formerly Internal Revenue Officer

they are the niftiest that any claim I \'E'aT1-Florida
sill coafBcts with other meet- Territory
weekx's at the old M H. H. S. has sported
wu announced this
:-ev: It .II
yd-A'ea! We would!
> : H. C. Taylor, president.AVMl I i
Here's wishing all of our readersa

very prosperous and happy New

OF lUl'Tlvr CIU'HTHMFT Year and yea' will be bearing from
: FOIL BUMM &K.' MOn.onthly ; \
I us often.IDIEIi. .

business meeting of ATTENTIONElectric

w.man's Missionary Union oft p.nTl'T

'\ Baptist Chan was held at then
IvOOAL TlUH-iai PARK
> ', -ch Monday evening.
U t' ,,. White Chriatmaa offering Users!
Sun. 11' ..D Tt Miss Daasfe Smith and Lewis
I1S.7S. Mn. J. W. I
.mounted to
FKOM nn I).\Y FOHWAIIV Hardsire, lamer University ..
. Cram will hate charge of the
Florida coach, were hosts at a diaaer '
'<}. Joan Fontaine World Service program oa January party Thursday evening at the Come in and see the new

News 29. home of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bor1'011' -

';;:iI$ Attending the meeting were Mrs. ''' which was enjoyed by moat
-" Mrs. Fred Jeaktau DEMM1NG A TER PRESSURE
John Moore.
Taea. & Wed.' Jaa. 14-1 of thane BOW yielding at the Moon
Mn. L. M Lilly. Mn. W. L. Wetheriagton. -
HHRT UK.XT'Gtaper \ Mra. J. C. SwtodaJl. )In.I Haven Trailer Park. SYSTEM
A fun coarse dinner was served
Rogers J. W. Cram Mn, J. S. Wilbagham.Mn. .
and. together with the good eats,
I H. Etaertaa. )(n. J ha Bra.a.Mn. .
Cartoon witticism and repartee was enjoyed
I M. C. VoweD sad ..... Mack i Noon display
by the gem '. i iL
Greene.
I Attending were Mr and Mrs. W
& at.. *a u 17-1
Frt Ray Griffin, Mn. J. B. Griffin and

"w.\Mr nntrJaaamy POLLY PUIT.\II. CLVB i Miss Ruby Griffin of Qreaaahoro,::1 L E. C. BYRD e .

N. C.. Ceaaa Sunday a cousin at
WetmanarJUNGLE This weak tbs Potty Pigtail girls I I the faaaaa evangelist, Billy 8..-

had two aaw naaajtira SyWa Stalls day of Philadelphia Pa.. .... Liltftaa -:t

sad ilsebara FEeblliaes.tiara.. I OsystU. )k. and .... B. OWtaaVud Electric ShopnUDA

RAIDERS"' No. 11 { CIIo1L Mr. and Mrs Barrow.as ..1.1II

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NEWS ANALYSIS FOREIGN AFFAIRS:


Claims for Back Travel Pay Red Tape NEWS f

The sullen Russians continued to ,
keep overseas relations with U. S.
Pass l/2 Billion; Farm Chiefs I military personnel on strictly a for- I BEfflN'ThENM

mal basis as illustrated in their or-

Call der to an American naval vessel to
f for Protective Tariff
clear out of Dairen, Manchuria,

.... within the prescribed 48 hours.
R* .s by W.ftera Newspaper Dpjoo !4BOUT NEW YORK
(CDITOB'f NCTKi Wb..phf.a.. u. upnn.e tI tae..I.a. w.r are q.u The LC-3 1090 entered Dairen asa The rare Chinese fruits hawked
Wwur MtviMMt c.l.. a.ws salru a.* art a..e.urny :; tbl, tewepap.r.: diplomatic courier ship to bear
In Chinatown are grown on Loaf Dy PAULMALLOH
supplies and mail to the U. S. con-
veloped nations could pay for Island. Waterfront workers nan J
TO PORTAL
PORTAL sul
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vessel
Legally, the was per-
American manufactured names for various piers. They art '
goods Rl.aMd by Wxtcrn Newspaper Uoloo.
mitted to remain only 48 hours, and
Claim Mount only with agricultural products, the the Russ Americans usually named after gals. Despite >
ordered the to
commissioners warned against sub- the legend that Manhattan ii ECONOMIC SITUATION IN
AM union claims against industry leave
or accept the consequences all stone and steel the ii RUSSIA TERMED CRITICAL
the jecting U. S. farmers to a flood of borough
lor back for walking to
when
pay It appeared they might be delayed -
:dotted with than hundred WASHINGTON. searching
foreign commodities and reducing more a Agents
/Job preparing for work on com-
or over efforts to obtain landing
parks. after for facts have found of
Thirty-two
pany property mounted to over half their living standards to a subsist- clearance for a Standard VacuumOil years ways
k billion tax experts opined that ence level Calling for a trade program Columbus discovered America the penetrating Russia. Their private
company employee a newspa- strip of land known Manhattan reports the economic situation -
fitted into the American as suggest
the
Uncle Sam have to bear and
may a
per correspondent magazine
burden of the settlements if the economy, the commissioners advocated photographer. was discovered by Giovanni di still is deteriorating from
the exchange cf such exportable Verrazanno. There isn't even i worse to critical because the gov
Arms are permitted to obtain tax
Russian in control of
authorities street named after him. ernment Is unable to -
products as wheat, lard and produce necessities
credits for such disbursements.
Dairen had given the U. S. consul
Although John L. Lewis first cotton for rubber, coffee, tea and of life in sufficient quantities.
so-called bananas. the run-around in his attempts to The lower end of Manhattan (between They indicate Russia's secret internal -
pointed up the question of secure permission for the threeto the and 14th St) ii
Battery plight now may be exposed
'portal to portal'pay for miners Wisely, the commissioners' petition land.: However their action
,
the oldest section of the city. a little In order to obtain a credit
to the coal faces underground -
traveling was national rather than stemmed from the
fear to grant
a
During the 17th Wail street loan
to
century purchase desperately need-
the principle was given in'ustrtv.ide sectional In its nature. Although clearance without
approval
prior .
the
was favorite for ed
hangout pirates.Coin materials from us -and that this
Implications with the professing concern for the futureof from their masters in Moscow rather -
wisecrack. It the
your own reason Molotov became mortcongenial
Supreme court's decision upholding cotton in competition with foreign than personal feeling. Greenwich
Village originally attracted
and less captious at the
iuch compensation retroactive to
rayon, nylon and other artificial -
struggling artists and scriveners few York conferences.But .
1938 for employees of the Mount fibers made in reconverted QUAKE: because
Clemens, Mich., Pottery company.The armament plants, the commissioners rents were rheas above an, these reports
there. .
Rocks railroad hat
Only
Japan one
In their
Supreme court verdict was also warned that a necessarily fragmentary
followed by a rush of the major farther lowering of tariff rates As hundreds of thousands of Japanese entry for its freight into Manhattan nature, try to reveal that the
by land-the bulk cf the railroad
CIO unions for such retroactive would adversely affect cattle made homeless by earthquake growing world Communist polit-
freight must be
back pay, with the United Farm oleomargarine, butter, cheese and tidal wave shivered in the wintry and transshipped by ical movement is simply a

Equipment and Metal Workers su- fish, eggs, grains, potatoes, pea- air, the U. S. rushed relief to the tug barge. super-hoax, the flimsiest and
ing International Harvester for 100 nuts and vegetables. distressed areas. most Inefficient system yet devised. -

million dollars. Since employees Having become used to the shock Meals in the city's hoosegowsare .
have been paid for a 40 hour week Dramatically pointing up the affect and terror of wartime B-29 raids planned by expert dieti- It hides its inability to product

the unions are asking for overtimepay of cheap foreign competition on the Japanese accepted the catastro- cians. No room service how- enough for itself at home by ex-
American products, the commissioners ever. The Battery derives
plus damages. bemt Isolation behind
phe with resignation, calmly counting an iron curtain
white and
Firms may be able to charge off declared that whereas its name from a British fort of its
used their dead and injured In the censorship covering pov-
had been
starches
back payments to Uncle Sam under sweet potato thousands and their property dam- that was once situated there. irty and failures securely from the
provisions of the Income: tax law for the adhesives on the back of age in the millions. No less than 24 South St. Is dominated by world by these means at all haz

permitting companies to carry back stamps and the flaps of envelopes, of the 47 prefectures felt the trem- the sea. Sou'westers, sea boots ards. At the lame time it maintains
losses into the the adhesive on the stamp bearingthe pea jackets, dungarees and other -
two
net operating pre- ors, with the coastal regions of tn unbelievable arrogance of superiority -
ceding years and also apply such petition was made of imported southern Honshu, Shikoku and Awaji equipment for mariners are in international conferences

leases in two succeeding years. cassava roots. Islands swept by seven foot walls of displayed in shop windows along actually directing and dIvertIng -

Meanwhile, the U. S. Chamberof Men of Mars . water rushing in from the sea. this sector.Chinatown's. world discussions of stronger

Commerce polled its member- All of the horror and distress was powers by causing them to talk
ihip on congressional amendment portrayed by the Tokyo newspaper notorious Tongs now about nonessential subjects like
of the fair labor standards act of Asahi in an eyewitness report from are peaceful benevolent societies Spain or constantly rake the deed

1838 under which portal to portal Shikoku: First, startled people felt West St. is a man-made streetIt bones of Naziism While boring

pay has been based. The chamber I the ground shaking beneath them, used to be under water. Those within the greater powers of Brit-

proposed (1) observance of custom then they could hear a great roaring rimy edifices near Battery plact ain and America with demands
practice or agreement in different i sound. Stumbling from their quak- reveal their pre-CivIl war glory in for abandonment of empire Communism '

localities or industries aa to working ing houses, they rushed for high carved lintels, arched doorways and itself is building a new empire -i

rules; (2) provision for relief ground, but were overtakenby spate cornices. If you want to and practising a careful anti-
many
for unwitting violation of the law, --- a surging wall of water and their view the Big Burg's peU-mello- Semitism at home while demandingrace

and (3) permission of companiesand At Johnsville Pa., naval air screams rent the air. Some people :trams in action, go to the waterfront equality elsewhere, electing an'

unions to make compromise technicians develop deadly guided saw a little girl with a doll crying, where tunnels, railroads ferryboats equal number of deputies in France,
Mttlementa. missiles of future warfare. "Save me, gentle Buddha," but subways, buses and road planning to take control in Italy and
GEORGIA: Photo shows scientists testing when they returned to search for relatives traffic clutter the sector'with aE Indeed fulminating and fomenting
IhJ o-shore weapon designed for the tearful child was miss- types of transportation carrying around the entire globe.
Gubernatorial Mix-Up pin-point bombing at 100 miles. ing and all they could find was the passengers and products to and This these reports say flatly ic
!rom the city. Some of thlBowery's the current Russian It is an
Ability of the late Gene Talnadge's Traveling hundreds of miles an doll, wedged between planks on the game.
l Ii) following to muster full I hour missiles are directed to target beach. dismal buildings contain astonishing story pieced and
when the through television, radar, ra- secret passages-once used as hide checked from a dozen different
strength assembly dio or devices sensitive to sound, KDO-CIIINA: I juts for criminals. sources, a study in abnormal irregularities -
general but not much different
heat and magnetism.
convenes was to determine imperial Headache
than what would of
The pungent aromas around you expect an
Georgia'snext ITALY: France was the latest European Reade St emanate from the hugs unprincipled atheist revolution

governor. Troubles power to suffer an imperial headache warehouses there stored with coffee, which follows one theory in one
"Old Gene" himself Postwar I with Indo-Chinese natives battling tea and spices. Syrian confectionery country, the opposite in an adjoin-
was scheduledto Despite substantial assistance French forces for extension of shops at the foot of Washington ing country and changes or reveries
take office January from the U. S., Italy has been treading selfgovernment.Under St have the most unusual both at will being steadfast only in

14 before his a rocky road to postwar recovery a compromise effected last and tastiest goodies in town. negation and opposition to whatever

death intervened, March France granted self-rule to The most colorful edifice is the Western exists in authority, be it Socialism

creating a situationuhparaleled Italy's troubles are not all economic several provinces but retained con- Union bldg. It's stacked with liberty, democracy, monarchy, ab-

InGeorgia's although shortages of foodstuffsand trol over the rest of the country as 13 different shades of bricks. solutism (Naziism and Fascism like

Gov. Arnall Because neither history.the widespread unemployment re- a lever for continued dominance. Hart's Island prison hasn't any Itself) or such .as .exists. in China.
sulting from industrial stagnationhave Availing themselves of a well-oiled cells-only dormitories. Hmf. Such
new or old state constitutions provided contributed to the political turmoil machine developed under Japanese airs! There are dusty tablet tmpORTS REVEAL CHAOS
for such a contingency, adherents The left and the right are pull- auspices during the wartime occupation marking almost every historic New At any rate, here are the reports:
and
Arnall
Gov. Ellis
of ing against themselves for political the native leaders of the Viet York event. The plaque on the buildIng The shoe shortage is so bad
"Old Gene" jockeyed for the posi- advantage and a rising wave of anti- Nam (Independence party) have In Exchange alley marks the you tee people making their

tion.While clerical propaganda threatens the pressed for an extension of their lite of the residence of the firs* own shoes on street curbing

Governor Arnall disavowed I traditional spiritual unity of the peo- selfrule.Not white men on Manhattan.The from rubbish materials, including -
any intention of taking advantageof all of French pasteboard. A guerilla!
the uncertain legal situation to I ple.On yet able to grant .
remain in office, he I the economic front Italy is Indo-China[ independence and be as- Big Town' least known opposition bidden In woods In
to retain short of wheat, and spaghetti and sured of the protection of its commercial government bureau is the art the Ukraine frequently raids
proposed until the macaroni rations have been cut in interests in the rich Far commission It okays the designs towns and the Kremlin is afraidto
his I
post
new pro-Arnall I I half. Pig iron production is down to Eastern country France has been of all public buildings and do anything about It.

lieutenant gover s 28 per cent of the prewar level; tex- forced to use troops to retain a gripin works of art. Didja know The purges In science, literature

nor is sworn in, .j tile fabrics, 56 per cent; chemicals, the absence of an agreeable com- Radio City studios are coated and production brought in only anew
when he will resign 66 per cent; mechanical goods, 76 promise. with a special soundinsulatingglue crowd of inefficient leaders who

in his favor. per cent; cotton thread, 88 per cent The architect who are not doing any better than their

Anxious to obtain Imports are almost three times ex- I Lift for Milady---1 supervised the building of city predecessors. The American
the gubernatorial ports. hall received $6 per day-avery broadcasting companies quit Moscow

seat, however "Old ; Helping Hand good salary at that time. because the government would
Gene's" followers '- No one need go hungry or not let them see anything, being
hoped to muster II. Talmad.j Since Uncle Sam has dealt gen- .n'l homeless in our burg. The department desperate in trying to cover up hs.Internal
sufficient strengthto erously with Italy it is looking con- of welfare is ready to situation no matter what
declare the post vacant at the fidently for more assistance from provide food and shelter for all the cost In American prestige. .
election canvass when the assembly the U. S. Thus far, the U. S. has 1 unfortunates. Then howcum Only two genuine American report

f convened, then name his son, agreed to compensate Italy for M there are so many panhandlers ers remain in Moscow, the bulk of
Herman governor. Although only supporting American invasion troops ? American correspondents being
"Old Gene's" name was on the bal- and furnishing war supplies and ,1 actually Russians or French as

lot at the last election, his son received has extended credits for purchaseof Tombs prison derived its funereal efficient correspondents will not
a number of write-in votesto overseas surplus. In addition, same from its predecessor on thai stand the conditions.
provide for just such a contingency Italy has profited from U. S. contri- lite, which resembled an Egyptian A large number of Russian

as occurred. Thus, the legis- butions to UNRRA and the interna- tomb. If you want a unique experience people are against the govern

lature could turn to Herman as the tional bank. t : see the Chinese films exhibited > ment probably a heavy ma-
nominal choice of the people. Despite the difficulties presented on the Bowery. Central} jority, but feel powerless to do
by shortages of both foodstuffsand t park was built as a relief project anything about it, and are submerged -
TARIFF: industrial materials, both the during a depression. In docile want by the '

Seek Protection left and right wings have made secret police whose presence
political capital of unrest. Latest ex- t alone has prevented a successful -
Historically for free trade, the Quilts hanging on poles advertise
the food counter revolution.
ample was riots engineered
south reversed its position in a market for bed linens at
deep
by Communists in southern Italy The bulk of the army and particularly
petitioning President Truman and Grand St. Criminologists from
As a result of the political bickering, good airborne divisions are
Federal Trade commission for a many parts of the world witness the
I! there has been a resurgence of Fas- oncentrated near Turkey and the
protective tariff for Amen- police department's daily line-up.
strong cist sentiment with Mussolini's for- Dardanelles. Production has
The Bowery slums wen
ran Signed agriculture.in behalf of the elected mer followers growing increasingly once the site of lavish farms. The been concentrated on large four-

commissioners of agriculture bolder. Now we have seen everything Dutch word for farm Is bouwerij. motored bombers a ship the Russians -

.", of Alabama Arkansas Florida, Leftists also have backed the at- in ladies' bats or bare The stretch between Delancej could not make but are copying
Georgia Kentucky Louisiana, tacks on pope and church, with the we? Latest creation by Edward and Houston Sts. is jocularly knowxas from ours for the next war. .

Mississippi. South Carolina intention of weakening respect for Stevenson of Hollywood, Calif., Thieves' Market. Those who have <, War Is impossible because supplies

North Carolina Texas Tennessee the Catholic doctrine of authority, where one can expect almost small objects to exchange or set : could not be sustained and therefore -

and Virginia the petition family and property.: However, the anything, utilizes Christmas congregate there. Eighty pel foreign policy must be softened
rightist dominated government has which other- of the Is to avoid it. The five year plan
reached Mr. Truman as the government wrappings etc., cent Waldorf built over the
prepared for renegotiation been quick to fight abusive criti- wise might 19 Inld the waste- i i tracks of the New York Central. I Is still on the down grade only 3 per
i .. of existing rates La reciprocal cism of the clergy. An editor basket. This chic number is :1 The Income from the elegant rest i sent of the housing program was .
trade treaties drawn charged with publishing phorno- fashioned frem cellophane and dential district between Fifth Ave carried out to last July. The :

,. -, under the act .* 1934 and smbeqsent graphic cartoons of a friar and unclad metal foil paper, cellophane and University PL goes to support e wife of a prominent Russian official, :
: : pte slou. woman was sentenced to two straws holly, bells, pine cones I' home for poor sailors. The owner !herself a bureau chief. is slated for
Declaring that industrially unde- years in jaiL and tabs. made that request in his wffl. work in Siberia as it has been. dissevered -
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prevent the salt of forced I

SUFFERERS! paintings France hOw has a Ian SUNDAY Lesson !)

under which an official group of 1
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art experts passes en the authenticity
665 STARTS RCUEf IN HAROLD L. LUWDOUIBT. B D.
of every picture put up al Of f{. Moody 9ibi. Insat.ttt oe LSluraR.uMd
OUST 6 SECONDS public auction.Furthermore. by ..r.am 1'irnPaper valm. I

the seller usually am e
c.t fawou.. ,nM.tl..typ. n II
F e.a t.r wper.Ind1 ru rt gives the purchaser a written guar. I
r ,v. e.id C 4U4C.41frn..nttoa antee that he may return the painting lesson for January 12

within six months if he daub .i t

I ( 1 : Cat teterFCMtna enl/- its authenticity. betted Lassos aad IlUbJ.ctAI copyrighted an4 Scripture** lattiTLU text**III. Meat for Menus

aa slractas. Council: cf Rekctous Education, used sjperrataaton LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUS
k Portland Vase Smashed I
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OF JESUS Cream of Mushroom Soup
Yet Increases in ValueThe THE AUTHORITY
t .h YO\lf I Veal Chops
x
Scalloped Potatoes
British Museum in London LESSON TEXT-John 1.1-18.
i 4 'Q Kidn YI' MEMORY SELECTION-Whatsoever bf Brussels Sprouts
recently purchased, through a private -
taRb unts yea da XL-J ba I:'. Molded Fruit Salad
bequest the Portland Vast
help Them Cleanse the Blood Bran Mufflns
-
= which it bas had on loan from the
of Harmful Body VTatU The witness cf John concerning Baked Custard Caramel Sauce
Portland family for 135 Collier's
Tour Icdaeri art eoaataatly Blterfatwuu years, been
Jesus as the Son cf God had Recipe given.
natter from the blood ctreem.Bet reports. Ten inches hi height
bia.,.aometimei tag la tbeSr work-de and made of blue glass engravedwith attested by the divine knowledge of
aot act ... Natwe lateadeafail t* r* call to his
tt6T lapvnoet that, U retaiaed. Baipelioa white figures this vase was Jesus and his personal .ai onion pepper and celery lightly hi
tbe system io4 spatt U* wfcob disciples. Now the time had come
body found in a tomb near Rome in the drippings, ths<
Symptom machinery.may bs Mir l backache 16th century. for him to declare his authority as 1. add garlic, curry
pin jtcat headache,attack of durtoM God overt act which all men
by an l
Moreover In IMS lunatic p:
tiLt B? Biiau.. iwellinj. paffiaouadar a ; powder sauedf
the ey.a--a heluf ol a.r ocaaslety smashed it into some 250 pieces could see and understand. ::_,:Fi"; _, broth and meat;
tad loci o( pep and treectt It is interesting to note that for
Other dens ol kidacy or Madder da and. although put together by experts he i Cover and sln>
order tometlmei berning. teaatj it has since been imperfect. this, the first of his miracles, '" mer for 30 mia
toe Ireqoaat vnattioa.Thar in the home.
chose a festive occasion
Yet the vase has increased stead- utes. Mix flou
*ahoald b*BO doubt that prom .
treatmnt la wier than aefleet. Ce ily in value. He had been Invited to be a guestat and salt with V
Dean' Psi..DeaVi have brca wlaaiai Those who ask
a wedding (v. 2) -
..w trieada few nor* than forty yean The price paid for the vase by cup cold watt
They bars a nttioo-wtdt reputation the museum was not disclosed. him to be present at their marriagemay Low-priced lamb shoulder may be and stir mixture to thicken. Serr
An ncoooeaded by(ratatol' Deopte tb confidently expect him to be used for these lamb pieces prepared I
.ou.try our. Atk ftv ttnfUtrtTONIGHT. However in 1929. the owner re- curry In boiled rice ring which ha
ised an offer of $148.000 for it. present and to add greatly to the In skewers. They broil quickly and been prepared meanwhile in doubt

real Joy of the occasion.The make a palatable dinner when yon boiler.A .
31i11M1Th ---
of Lord shows rant to cook In a jiffy.
authority our well prepared beef or veal!

here in three different ways: Recent visits to the market have tongue is delightful Those who had

I. He Commands (vv. 1-8). tonvinced me that most education learned to eat it reserve It for sp*

bathe about meat cook- cIa occasions. Long slow coo>da*
He neither host nor was
was
such as is received in braising U
r. charged with responsibility ery was forgotten
me ,
,. for the serving but when the kKduring rationing designated for preparing this dele
table dish.Braised .
time came for him to do his mightyact .
Relieve the servants were ready to Most of us !
t MILES LITTLE PILLS Tongue, Vegetable Gravy.
:\ are little Mftema of com'ew obey the admonition of his mother worked ourselves (Serves 12)
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fort. They help polish into a sort of a
and do what he said.
Ad T aprovreparUeaadtt&ile 1 freshWater
4-pound tongue,
Miseries SS 4\ when you t *k. ap andftadconetlpatloalaaapvt Mary may have had some respon- / rut about meats
and find that
Juliflnitk on your rp sibility for serving the guests. Why now 2 teaspoons salt
and penonallrjr.Here tUntire a looked to the I we need a brush-
then had she not sup
Her Cold that work wtrkyou '' H cop diced onions
on
not through you. So unle, bat- ply of wine Apparently she who np course 1 cup diced carrots
JH MY how tmootb. how com at meat cookery.
knew of what had taken place
'
When I U diced celery
lento5 you want a i.r.tie.- Meat should satisfy and to do sot cup
mild tot firm-irt Mtlee Unto Plfla the baptism of Jesus and immediately S tablespoons flour .
gSJd.Wj.slit / you drngilat.CAUTION I must be properly prepared. If
Plot mated and in her heart
after
having
1 In which
to be h n abdominal palaec broiling is what the cut needs, make % cups liquid tongue
other armptoma of appeodidtia ar* the memory of what occurred at his was cooked
en you rub soothing.warnungVapoRcb- preaeat Ttkt only u dbtcttd.fcf rare your temperature is high
it time for
birth (Luke 2:14), thought
fJ", d..Laboratories,lac,. Elkhart.lad.LlTTLEPJLlS. enough to do the Job decently. But 1 teaspoon salt
miracle.He .
him to do some great U
teaspoon
her If it's braising make sure the heats pepper
on cold-Irritated was indeed ready to do so, but I i
throat,chest and back ai bed- In his own way. "What Is that to slow and steady and the cooking Wash tongue and cover with wa. l i

time! It starts to work in- l" thee" in verse 4 really carries the moist. ter. Add salt, cover and simmer I

ttanily.TfceatoWI she sleepy, meaning: "This is a matter which Here are a few of the things you until tender, allowing 4 hours. Trim

VapoRub'a special relief-string1 I must care for in my own way," Aught to remember when buying and remove skin. Slice tongue and I

action keeps on working: and he did. meat: First of aQ, become ac- place in pan with vegetables. Make

for hours. Often by comm CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT We do well to seek grace to belike : quainted with a variety of cuts so a smooth paste of flour and water, I

most misery the servants who did what that you can better manage your adding liquid and seasonings. Pour I

the cold Is o otVICKS the Lord commanded, even though budget and give the family much- sauce over tongue and vegetables.

ITry It tonIght. ObJCHILDREN'S It did not seem to be a sensible solution needed menu variety. Ask the Simmer for 1 hour. Serve with potatoes i

Obedience :market man for advice. He can give boiled In their Jackets.
to fin the Jars with water. :
_BUILDING- MATERIALS : without hesitation and without ; you tip on specials and help you An interesting variation- to the "
CONCRETE bt-'k machine t'O-bw-;; block get more for your money. meat course comes in the way. oi
question is the price of blessing!
vibrator SSS to 140 per hr. 3 cu. ft mixers :
on w'!eela S59 95 Power brick machines : 12.POO _day. Hinl, oper brick or block na- II. He Creates (w. 9-11). market, always ask for the bones to pensive meat placed on skewers.
cniaea Mixers t >r bike..rn<>rtar Wbeelbar-
; row 111..... Lqaia. (.'... ....**.. Ten. The act of creation was already take home. They're wonderful for These are broiled and go beautifully

done, but now the fact came to light Savoring soups sauces and vegeta with a dinner of baked, whipped potatoes

NIGHT COUGHS ,: :: INSTRUCTION-. He had changed the water into wine, bles. When you purchase large cuts, buttered lima beans, a vegetable

UU..t TeehMcal B*..k* on'Vi.iJjra Automobtlrs. the Juice of the grape. This was nota bare some steaks or chops removed salad and fruit whip for dessert '

Now Eased by Clean White Rub :ci.;ir I..Foondrj.Piumbi Plavtics. R. dlO., Diesel ......Iu- case of adding something or dflnt- JOT another meal. There won't be

When ooafhing from cheat cold makerchildren ...Uxrr Eawarte. St4N.lStaSt.. Q.ianine: lag the remaining wine. Here the to many leftovers, and you will be
feel ao miserable, many youac ------ -- water as be decreed it even without able to get more variety from the _
mothers BOW rub on I'ENETRO tot __ 11
qoick-actinf relief. *o clean and '__ SEEDS. PLANTS_ETC. the use of a spoken word, was arge cuts.

white,ao plMtaant to use! -and to eflwctovet 8VEaG1UiZJIs. flowrrtnt shrubs fruit no longer there, but the best of wine. Pet Roast _
PEN ETR 'S modem-t-pe.medicated trees deiiwred P.P. 3 Elbertj peach trees. Jesus was and is the Creator. He Spicy _
1lt- ft. SI. PP 3 W>naao are tevft -a. Serves 8 t. Ie
vapors rtitat ot once to soothe '. whips, SI.00. PP S CancorJ K; oenrs was present at the beginning of all
irritated upper bronchial tube, dear 2 Yr. vines *t. P.P 3 SOTOJ m !-..... JIM roast (neck chuck,
the bead relieve aore throat, help qiuettbe ,. .HIM Ji,-J ft.. SI. P.P. Wr:'* for mace things (note the "let us" in Gen.I .
.s: I'!:'''*ted in natural rd+r". brisket, keel ef toted or rump)
*) and it is declared that
OOO&UDC. briaff up .cky phlegm ATHENS NCWSCBT COMPACT : "by
PENETOO GIVES YOU the hose- \f .<... -\-1._". him were an things created" (Col 2 cafe aUit'd l tomatoes
approved mutton suet feature: aDd sontifie ----- 116. 17). In fact "without him 3 online, salted 1 +
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medxaticm robs in to help breakup Salt and pepper
was not anything made" (John 1:3).
local ooogeetion and relieve muscular H. l.jiip..... whale cloves
soreness of cheat a lda. And PenetnIttept What he created was good, so
1 stick eiraas.ealS
on iporking tog boi.rs, nao;urea good in fact, that the one in chargeof
welcome FtAMOROLINE1 te*.s..ea taselseamll
restful and lep.PENETROSRUE I
the feast remarked about it. The
: tea..,.... pepper
S. ..1J.Y tct I>rd never does anything by halves, 34 sap vinegar a err

r.r in a careless or defective way.He Brown pot roast on all sides. Add
made a great quantity of wine and
tomatoes, onions seasonings.
; i(,hahl more than 188 gallons) and A broiler dinner prepared is a
Pear vinegartwsr
,t :.. is of the greatest excellency.P all. Cover few minutes consists of tomatoes,

,"-P would read verse 10 as dowry and simmer a lamb patties and boiled potatoes

.,'1 our Lord were here helping 3 to 4 hours. sprinkled with cheese.

-: ? drunken wedding party but er until tender. ? r'? Lamb en Broehette.

..r=e that is not true. The stew- I When meat is r s .:fit i (Serves $)

.\as simply recognizing the ontt tinder+ place on
I 2 pounds lamb shoulder, et la
'5 .rule of serving whereby oneI hot platter. 1-inch cubes

;-e Lest one has until there fa t Strain liquid L 1 cup vinegar

-e like it, then takes the in- > which was
1 teaspoon celery salt
':I'ov.sion.: To. e this verse :, around the meat 1 tablespoon mustard

:-e drunkenness is only pee |' tad thicken for gravy. 1 tablespoon brown sugar
tar those "eager to mar, B
Perk or Veal Chips H teaspoon poultry seasoning
could the ath !>
in* they image Salt and pepper f
:. : .,rtness which offends and ;, (Serves 6)

R. ...jq f .'.f'- them" (Trench, quoted bIll IVi pvands chops Cover lamb with vinegar, Seasoned

.' '' -:1. 1 tablespoon salt with celery salt mustard

3 tablespoons flour brown sugar and poultry seasoning.Let .
lie Contrwb (w. IMS. 3i teaspoon thyme stand 1 hour. Thread onto skew. .
y
'. a few days with his famlrj H teaspoon red pepper ers and place on a rack in a preheated

.; Disciples, he went down tc 1 clove garlic broiler oven. Brown well ca

-'' em for the great feast of the :, Lard for browning an sides aad broil Season with sail

\'er There he found hit Fat Have chops cut H to % inches and pepper.
'
i p ,,-'s house being mtfased and de.5 tfekk. Salt each chop. Dredge chops For something a little different;

+Yf fLed His holy indignation kindled : Jn four which has been mixed with try this stuffed shoulder of lamb i

Ie E" ke and acted with authority thyme and red pepper. Rub frying
Fruit-Staffed Shoulder of
as he drove these ""ra-fceteers" oe1cf fan with clove of garlic; add lard Lamb.
t' tem-Ie. 1 lamb shoulder, boned '
.f both sides.
ind brown chops on
Rub in Ben-Gay quick! Gently warming BenOaybring's
PC : Ie: _:ar about a Sod'!' 2 cops bread crumbs !
speedy welcome relief from chest-cola discom Lamb Curry. 6 cooked
apricots diced l
'f love one wno awn their weak i
fort.You see, Ben-Gay contains up to 2 ii times more ness, ard is land toward their in- Serves C) C cooked prunes, diced .'

methyl salicylate aDd menthol-two pain-relieving frnut.es.\ But we must not forget lli caps cubed cooked lamb 1 small orange, chopped i S
agents known to all doctors-than five other widely Lard or drippings for browning 1 beaten
t'.at God shows his lore by a greats erg i
offered rub-ins. Insist on genuine en-Gay, the original colon Salt and
':d I:-:y hatred of sin and a desire : U rap chopped pepper

Bauxne Analgenque. to leaver us from that sm. This U cup chopped green pepper Have butcher remove bone mIl i

Ass fee fan tot to wnauro, M8SOI ACHE sad Slab a.-ans that he must and will deal in H cap chopped celery lamb shoulder and sew it on three ( i

Ant for MM 6es-Ciy fir CUdres. drastic fashion with these who per- H clove garlic, iaely chopped aides. leaving the fourth open tat i

sst in their sin. 1 teaspoon carry powder dressing. Make a dressing of the

T-is is a majestic picture. Th 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce bread crumbs, fruits and beaten

Sin of God and Son of Man steps 2 cops Lamb broth (made from egg. Pile this into cavity. Skewer :

:'st the center of this unholy traffic : bones of roast) or sew the edges together. Place the i

t and with mighty, holy indignationnot X tablespoons flour lamb shoulder. on a rack In-an open f

g ( anger) .drives it out. 1H teaspoons salt roasting pan and roast in a 30Gde.gree -

I II I S cops rice oven allowing 30 to S3 minute

I Cut meat in .mch cubes. Brown t.othe pound. __ _






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Digest of Recent Watson has informed State Attorney School Daze fish scribe rode herd on a flock of the bass like a past master and Bill
Chester B. McMullen of Clearwater :=- I tackle.' slipped a crab net under him.

I Opinions By Attorney The attorney general stat- "Within 50 minutes we were circling : "We guessed. he would go between

ed that it is not a criminal' offenseto (Continued from Page 5) Bill Johnson's boat. Bill thinksof I four and five pounds.

General Watson violate a city ordinance, as a Why does Elsie Mae want M. R. everything. The night before he "AI Pflueger is mounting the

a "criminal offense" is one againstthe to come to her house these nights? said that he would make a landing fish. We took It up to him that

The Florida Real Estate Commission state, not a municipality. I Could it be because of her cousin? field for us. This he did by an- night after leaving the party at the
What four girls were on the levee said the bass weigh..l
cannot require that applicants the general's party arrived at the seabase. Al
for registration either M County Judges may not hold Inquests New Year's Eve night? Heard they i seaplane base and soon were up five pounds, two ounces

broker or salesman be residents of of the dead within a Jus- had a good time! in The Flying Fishing Fleet amphibious "As we have saW Ojn.! .*.*-

Florida Attorney General J. Tout tice of the peace district If the justice Why won't Glenora McDuffie go Widgeon. Dick Guthrie bower is an angler aa
Watson in an opinion to T. P. Far- himself te ready, willing and with Robert P.? Could Milton P. I choring two skiffs, one behind the fisherman. He is also r... wire

low Jr., secretary of the commission able to act as coroner. Attorney have anything to do with it? other. About 2,006 yards forward enjoys the fruits of his effort Hae

points oat that the 1127 law General J. Tom Watson of Talla- Joyce Click' doesn't seem to be he bad his own cruiser parked. The no one with whom we've ever fish

required every such applicant to be Justice of the peace at Callahan.The able to make up her mind about her I hree boats formed a line as straight ed. Once the fish was safely lacked -
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a resident but this was omitted in county judge steps in for inquests two latest heart throbs. Could as an arrow and Guthrie broughtthe away a grin that was a bea* of

the 1941 revision. only' when the justice is un- they be Bill R. and Don G.! craft in like a widgeon decoy. pure delight almost split his ears

hassee has written \\'. P. Means, aNew What happened Saturday to Maybe that's how the plane got its in two. It I* not hard to tell whets

These U no provision in Florida Cuthbert? Jackie seems to have name."Dick. anyone is happy, Ht it phi

law for a sheriff to offer a cash I Dentist Opens taken over. heaved the anchor and easy to tell when a fellow is banting

reward for the arrest and convictionof Jessie has made. the grade and soon George Brown and Orlando with glee.

cattle:: thieve and charge it to Offices Here At Jimmie has taken her back.' B T Sonic a couple of Clewiston guides "The general was radiant M only

bit office Attorney General Watson watch it kids H isn't ticking just who knew the score, had poled under an angler with a good fish can a..

has ml d.Replying. Community Center right! the wing. Your scribe west Only a shade leas happy were BW

to an inquiry from If you want to hear about a lot First, to eceive the tackle, and Gen. and the writer.

Sheriff J. T. Shepherd of St. Johns (Ctewlston News) of fan Just ask some of the kids Eisenhower was letting BO one else "My biggest bate," said Gen Ik*

county the attorney general refer- Dr. George Randolph D.D.S., arrived about the time they had at the pass it through the areaway but "As a fishing partner as ***

red back to a 1921 opinion by Jns- in Clewistoa this week from New Year's Eve dance in Clewistoa himself. could hope for a better COM*****.

tiee Rivers Buford, then attorney Tampa and is opening a dental of- "And from that point oa, we became -I 'You shoot one in there I Jatt nod
general of Florida in which he declared fice in the Community Center Wonder why Peggy is so sad. anglers. Orlando took Gee. a rise' And yon knew that ho

"a sheriff is not entitled to building as soon as office equipment Could she be moaning over Jimmie Sayder and Maj. Craig Cannon in wanted you to do Just that

reimbursement from the county for can be installed. \ Click? Cheer up Peaches there'! tow. There had been some mention "During the second drift the hew
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money which he offers and pays as Dr. Randolph was educated at the{always another boy. that the fishing had not been of the boat was moving the general

a reward for apprehension of a person Atlanta School of Dental Surgeryand tops to this point aDd you could into casting position after the first

charged' with crime." entered service soon after receiving .\I.PII.U"TI'S !see the guide ears prick up a bit shots came our way. lie wooWnteven
Attorney General Watson said he his degree. He served in A. W. O. L.-A Wolf on Loos -aad a smile light their faces. consider moving to the "w.

knew of no authority by which a the Army Dental Corps during the )t. S.-Man Seatcher. There Is nothing like a self-assured 'You stay up there Cone, It

sheriff can bind the county or pay war and cornea here immediately B. S.-Bachelor Snatcher guide to instill confidence In new might help you.' Only when. we

from the earnings of his off oe for upon his discharge from service. A. D.-After Dark. acquaintances. assembled our gear aDd beaded toward
the capture of criminals. A. P. O.-ArfoD't People Obnoxl- "Guthrie was in good hands. Bill
.! His offices will be lea portion the stern would be change
-- on- told us that George Brown had been
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of the space in the Community places. ADd then with relwctaat.
Although Florida law requires
D. D. T.-Don't Do That. fishing and banting Okeechofree all
children law than twenty-one to Center recently vacated by the S. W. A. K.-Some Women Are his life. "Some guys are too polite. Bat
ftte written consent of their jparenta City offices directly in froat of the Krasy.P. t not the General. He is all amfta,
main entrance.Clewiston. "And as for Bill himself AI and an affable, wholly unaffected
before they can be licensed to wed. H. D.-Plenty Heavy Date.F. .
Pflaeger can testify to Jobneon'sI man. When he got an oceasteaal
General J. Tom Watson
Attorney O. B.-Femme Over Board.P. .
love for bass fishing. Al lays be''backlash, he cu ed-&Dd not without -
has ruled that a minor who has bad Car Is S.-Please Stop.
fishes Observation Island
every finesse. When he shot a 'hot
his legal disabilities removed can
F. B. I.-For Big Intellects.
Demolished In WreckA time be gets a hunting party to go plug' into a tight spot he grinned,
get a license without his parentVcontent. 1 C. O D.-Come Over Dear. .
II up that way. "...lted 11C days 1 but to himself. When the Mtfetac
last year. The year before It was lagged in spots he dtda't 'I
Y.
Replying to an inquiry from Willys;;: ;panel::
Const Judge William C. Brookerof 1935 truck, own- Negro Woman- 152 straight days," said Bill. Johnson Just got to get the freak air. He
ed and driven by John Davis Dyalof was guiding Gen Eisenhowerand wooM
Hlllaborough county. Watson i waated to try something that

pointed out that when a person be- Clewiston, was virtually demol- (Continued from Pace 1) the writer. I j work To alter the pace of Ms

tween the of eighteen and ished when it struck the parked Nit didn't take long to tell ... retrieve. Or to pick np a new host
age ,
car of Ed Poole on Road 25 ahoutf01lrtt'eD I rectly to the quarters without disturbing -
twenty-one goes before a circuit were with aa angler. In fact, a to work.
miles northwest of Moore ,
her body.
Judge and is given all the legal tough angler No sooner had we "The General is not a man to
Haven, turned over and caught fire The woman had been killed by Ike1
rights of a person twenty-one years reached a likely spot than Gen. whom 'being a sport weald aieaa a
; Dyal was not injured. one shot from a .38 caliber cm was shooting the silver minnow to
of age the court in effect hold that thiag. He It to naturally inclined
such minor has the experience and Patrolman A. W. Miller said that which entered her body over the the .... "A.... will catch linn to do the right thing that ate

mental ability of one of legal age. Poole was charged with parking on left breast and came out the small If it is in the water; he sal*. Lateron tportsmanahip it not to be considered

Skipping out on a bail bond for the highway and canting an accident of her back. he added 'When I go fishing. I i an adjective. It's Jut

charge of violating a city ordinance like to fit*.' i another phase of this great nu..

does not render a person liable The accident occurred shortly Mrs. Gorman- "Gen Eisenhower is one of the "At 4 p. m. we asssmsitf and

to criminal prosecution in the state I before daylight last Sunday morning toughest anglers we have ever fish Bill towed m back to his Sects

t f or county courts Attorney General Continued from Page 1) led with. He cast from 10 a. m. Days in hit fett-att. Often

Mir...,.. ___n schools in the state which are built i! f:16 p m. without letting up, started unloading his party's tali*.
except for Imnch. There nu no Gea. Seder had had fine l_k.:
similar to the one proposed here
I leafing on the job either. Each Maj. Gannon's best fish was owe
and after a decision is reached on
DAVE fA 'S I heave had a purpose behind it. On that matched OB. Ike's, centtaaotor
a plan an architect' will be em-
MACHINERY STOCK and I a wittiest stand we can report that for ceatimeter. All told, tfe *o
ployed and plans begun for financing -
he handles a belt casting rod with I were 23 has. oa the stringer that
and immediate construction of I
4 REPAIR the new building.A the ease born of ability and expert Bill ran through the Jaw of the
le.ce. And BO lie detector would ban. An additional 22, both koap-
new school baa was received
Complete Electrical Repair Shop Monday and was immediately placed when we any that his accuracy fin and 'uaavoMered' less fish

ALL TYPE M.tfiNCTOS: : -(a: I-It\TOltS-ST.\HnlS-: : on the Palmdale run. The old I in hitting hidden pockets is bad been released."It .
c.\n l'IUronSI) ELECTRIC: MOTORS far above the average.Gen was a good day's t...... and
Palmdaie will the
bas be pat on
ALLORK GUARANTEED: Ike la an angler. An ardent i everyone know 1C
Benbow Beabow bus
and the
n.\y EGGLKSTON.: Manager Electric; << lMurtmrntCLEWISTON run fisherman. And a man whose "Bill and the boys waved goodbye
will be sent to Muse. II "
FLORIDA enjoyment is so genuine and obvloa .. Dick gave the piano the

that be Within seemingly few
keeps a
PHONE Itl-W A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP everyone pep- gun.
City Issues- I 9* np."The. minutes we were shuttling np the

I first big bass of the day' ramp by the County causeway. F.

(Continued from Page 1) went to the general. We had left I Webster Wiggins PRO for Long

the board to request permission to Bill Johnson's 'HayffekT and had Island Airways had kept his word.

erect a 16i48 government but meat crossed Turner's to angle some' Only the employee of the airline

as a temporary meeting building on spots where, aa Bill put it, 'some were there. Had Wiggy reneged

the lots owned by the VFW on the rusty devils' were banging out. The. the General might still be shaking
Get the Habit of Shopping atE highway at Fourth Street. Becausethe casting bad been very tough up to bands and signing autographs Instead -

proposed building does not this point. We had on weed..: of sitting down tp' a nifty ban

meet specifications for fire-resistant spoons, of course but even these I dinner with Col. and Mrs. Deck.

construction the request was refusedbut were hanging up as fast as ears "But the whole point of this pleee

The In an agreement was reached to I used to roll off assembly lines. was to show how much fun Ceo

sell the post another lot Just backof "When we reached an open I. Eisenhower got out of fishing how
"FamilyStore i Fort Eisenhower let 'er he made It for others
that block' and out of the fire stretch Gen i easy to enjoy -
lone for the erection of the building flicker' and. 'wham.' he had It. A themselves bow qualified he
: D pt. ;Mere, beautiful fish It was. A rough guy.I was as a fisherman and what a

e : / e tuck; his snoot out of the water a : tough angler he really was.
L. D. Carr requested a permit for"
; Fla. I couple of times and shook his head "To bring out that latter point
the erection of a concrete block'
like the Yale bulldog. he checked his watch jut a few
building on Avenue I as a self-serv '
i :! "Now we've seen some good fish minutes before he slipped In far a
i ice laundry lie was instructed to
t landed by tyros and we've seen landing and said:
submit plans of the proposed build
I some poor ones lost by experts. But 'Hmppf we could bare bad
1 Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More lug before the issuance of a permit. "
to simplify thing! Gen. Ike handled another 15 minutes' fishing'.
R, Hoe who has constructed a I
1 BUY FROM OUR C.\T.\l.OG-Onr 1WMJOO Ilcim building on his property on the -- -- ----- --------- --

highway agreed to making the

) Jj structure fire-reetttaat by putting

j on asbestos-cement shingles and II
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tt t metal roof as soon aa possible, and
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will not handle gasoline at the station I

until this request is complied
with VITAMIN 'P MILK

.\ request was made by Ralph ,

i FLAMINfiO V4. o4 iri to purchase certain cit prop- i i And Other Alfa Products
i \ ru on Avenue I tear the canal but :r
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this r '<'iopnt was held up pendiug i I I AVAILABLE AT YOUR
''t 10.' siKine: of a survey of this areat'

GROCERY AND
:i I other lot sales were com-
'' txi and building permits regu t-I

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FOR SALE IX THIS "UK'T DEHYDIUII.NG FLINT IX I ".\ few second before 8' :.0 a, m
MOORE HAVEN was at the controls and Gen. El-
embower was aa front, too Gen Phone 20, Belk: Glade, Fb. and

: WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) I Howard Snyder Ge. Eisenhower's West Palm Beach, Fla.

MOORE HA VEX, FLORID I personal physician, had the nextjteat
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