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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 17, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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"OLDIEXDlUrn 88 MOORE HUEV, FLORIDA, FRlD.U'XcnY 17, 1947 &l'BSCIUPTIOXo PEn YEAR



Road -: -laded For Only Two Lines Yet \ ,Fishing Ban Upheld In I :I

I To Be Energized By i. I


Work In '47 By S. R. D. Electric Cooperative- I I Circuit Court Decision '


w. B Irb>'. manager of the II I-
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The Harrisburg-LaBelle I I Glades Electric Cooperative, Mated j I I I A Motion To Quash Is
Rebekah Officers this morning that oaly two lines Veterinarian For

Road Also Slated Are Installed At remala to be energised, that to Or- ]Full Time Work InGladesHighlands I I Considered In

toga and the one from Palmdale tol I ,-
For This Year County Case
Meeting On TuesdayThe Lake Aaafe. I I

Meanwhile rural residents oa the
I Two test cases oae in ddreitcart
flu State Road Department at Fidelia Rebekah Lodge met other MM are enjoying to the almost Dr. J B. Hall director of the In Dade County and one Incounty

the hadget. meeting in Clearwater Tuesday night at the Odd Fellow the new current and laM Glades-Highlands Health Unit, reported court la Glades County were
Monday ahead the old Moore Ha- Han at which time the recently are being mad by many to utilise held on Monday and Tuesday of this
vm-CkwtoUe road. BeW No. 'l%O. elected officers for 1947 were installed more of it for farm work today that Dr. W. W. Matthews -I week and apparently leave the

in the budget. for surfacing in 147 by Mrs Beulah Brown district The annual meeting plan for'' registered veterinarian had'I commercial fishermen of Lake

undo the federal-aid farmtomarket deputy president as follows: January 3t are going ahead and been employed for full-time work Okeeeaobee sun squarely behind the
road program tans assuring Noble Craad there is every indication that ,twill
lacs Howdeshell. with the unit and would divide time eight-balL
'Work oa one of the most badly be. great success. Some
Vice-Grand.
Myrtle Stalls between the two counties. I In Dade County oa Monday. Circuit
needed roads fa the county.. Mertle Van De Telde Recording: twenty appliance stores hare Indicated Judge N. Vernon Hawthorneruled
J. >Friersoa, ehairaaa of the Secretary they would bare display Dr. Matthews has recently beenin that the state game and freshwater

board of county commissioners attended Nancy Ball Financial Secretary and would make contributions for private practice in Ctewfeton. He t fish commisskm had tbe right
meeting toM drawing prizes \ complete has his B. S. degree la Agriculture
this and was Brttt Wethertagtea. Treasurer program to ban commercial fishing on the
that this and the HarrisburgLaBoDe will h. en en in next week's from the University of Florida aad
read Esther Kiatts. Chaplain. I lake as was done OB October 1,
road, would probably be Anna Belle Jenkins, Conductress issue his doctors degree in veterinary 19 U, after Joe Griffin of Ckwls-

all .( the additional road work Emma Swtndall, Warden -- -- -- medicine from Michigan State University ton had submitted to arrest In Miami -

Glades County could expect this Lillian Cram. Color Bearer. He was discharged only I OB a charge of transportingfish
a few months ago after serving is
year.The Blanche Bishop Inside Guardian SUGAR OFFICIALS TO from the take to that city, te
the
Army for five yean as veterinarian -
Harrisburg-LaBelle road John Brown Outside Guardian make a test most of which m la Glades County Grace Summers and Minnie Wil- and food inspector the attorneys for the fishermen, It.

was budgeted for la 194C aad will see supporters of Noble Grand.Fay MEET NEXT 'WEEK His duties here. Dr. Hall said,I K. and W. D. Bell of Miami
would be diagnosis consultation
be carried late 11 47 since
ever and Charles AtwiU, support- Fishermen have challenged th*
contracts were never let for con en of Vk&-G...... : milk and dairy inspection meat I jurisdiction of the commission over
tltnte o.. This road is simply a Elsie Jordan. Musician.Mrs I II WITH AREA FARMERSIn inspection and the initiation of a<' commercial fishing on the lake Bet

wye from the Central Florida AMY Lundy is the Immediate I rabies control program. He is expected -i stating that aI'1 t constitutional
.tch-I I to have a clinic in Moore
way No. 25. to the lower past Noble Grand I II I amendment gave the state board ati
Coast and U sought I d u'it i'f.'B'i unration Tue+- Haven at least one day each week
eagerly by birthdayof
After the meeting the + i conservation jurisdiction over aft
western part of Headry County.IaLeport I I Thomas Wiley was honored and II dawith Iliiliml: CalrtMelluf>-, : salt waters and that Lake Ofeee
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Road Owitrart Mrs. Brown and Mrs Swindall served -(! president of Ruth :sugars of \bbeville. ; chobee has been classed as salt water

Tv" board also approved the bid I refreshments of cake and coffee i La J E. Frierson ( SEVERAL PERMITSTO for the past 25 years Is 'ltt.an .

and awarded the contract for the Mrs Ida Hawe was a visitor man of the board of county 'bair-I act was catered oa the stataM

construction<< of the final link in the I I missioners was told that : books so classifying Lake Ote*>

Moore" Haren-Okeechobee: highway officials would be here within BUILD ISSUEDIN ihobee for the purpose of paMstpohcv
,
at I-akeport to Belcher Oil Com-I SCHOOL BOARD IN : coming week weather tb"l .
pay now constructing the north flying to confer with farmers \s the Miami case iavol cd transportation -
end of rbi road from the Kis- the area relative to the .. PAST \WEEK of fish the debate aad

siaimee River I to Indian Prairie Canal -, SPECIAL MEETING M cane for the proposed sugar mill. decision centered around ., habeas
This final section between that : The following day. Mayor F D, corpus action entered in l ehalf of
I : ", Since the recent action of the .
I \ who to sell the landon
point! and tbff''' of the present tun. proposes Griffin the case in Moon Have
pavement at Lakepert, was advertised I I STUDIES CITY OFFER : which the mill be located was city commission requiring building; ; Tuesday morning before County
permits for all new construction and
oo January 9 aid the bid was in telephonic communication with Judge J. }t. Coons of Glades County
close to }46 .000. This providesfor i''J. E Caldwell president of the major alteration. several have applied I was a similar test ease allod.-as ..

grading and dran f e. laeludT" The county school I- board in specl4ojlaas9 company, who said that they *xpetd for permits. for new building. [involved with actual fisfciag oper- t

I "" ""**-* Well* tM Jaj Tuesday considered. the to fly here _itvMmwtef *r sea ec whMh.. already underway,.fattens. Join WhMdec fr&ggtag- ,

oTfer made bthe city coSsmistton Tuesday if at all pessWv bmtH is Greatest progress has been radB e,|;net In the Lake and then submitting
till impossible to set date for a BW service station a con-
Although there have been some last week for three blocks of land a i to arrest.

rillat-of.....,. difficulties OB this:I Just west and north of present the proposed meeting creteblock Avenue I structure fay Sidney being Strickland baton ,i, In the :Moore Haven cue Attorneys -

stretch of road it is considered school property to round out a site; The abstract of title oa the proposed Bell filed a motion to quash
and W. I.. Strickland. Jr. The estittated -
probable that these will be ironedout I for a proposed new school plant I site has been completed by :. and asked to submit ii' evidence : j
of construction
cost not
before the contractor reachesthe The city offered the board the tbe Glades-Hendry Abstract Corn- was the transcript of evidtr aken at.
given but will probably exceed 5. 1 .
areas affected I three blocks of land for $500 with I pan sad has been mailed by Mr 8(10. a recent hearing in v! ..uinvor. -

the stipulation that the board construct Faun to the company tor iasaneUon !'fcH the suit brought \>\ ITjart 'i. Sttnr-
A tentative permit has bees ..,...
I streets along the north south by their attorneys Mr. CaW Lakeport dea'ejmony is tett1 -
Womack Fixes Place granted to W. B. ...... Jr., far a
*nd west sides of the property. t well also expressed satisfaction with ., was not at I h.r t ,,' Judge
garage and service station build
House Trailers The school board. after a lengthy the results of the bearing teats (jConse said that it w "J take a'week
For tag, also on Avenue I bat he was'
\ discussion!! decided that the board which were made on the site by engineers or ten days u I<'I this t'*
unable to submit definite specific.tioas .-! '
could not eater into such aa agreement These results were not ; doses before returnm.: ;. '.ecteioo.Couse.
V. B. Womack who recently returned i since they are prohibited bylaw made public and It is probable that until received from the oi la the event that ja whose products be wit I:,
to Moore Haven from St.i from using school funds for the i they would he too technical to company : decides in favor of the fishermen
Petersburg to make his home OB the'construction of public streets or mean a great deal to the layman handle He proposes erection of the state game and fresh water fish

farm he has owned for many yean roads A counter proposal was' but it is eaeoaragtag that the results sixty by eighty. foot Quonset ha t I commfsstoB attorneys not present

on ftoker Highway stated this week made however that U the city.{ were favorable to the company I which is already on order at a Tuesday have iedieated that they
cost of about six thousand dollars. I I.
that be is *ow altering his borne (Continued OB Page 8) officials. assist the county prosecutor
and tilling la the yard as a parking Meanwhile Interest in the This circular roofed metal baiMiai:I L. J. Bobbins, la filing a petition

place for amp trailers. HaestiBMt lug of cane for the. mill is Plaat-I. will be faced with a concrete Mod for appeal! to circuit courtIn

+s that he can easily a cREA electricity makes tt possible ing daily much land Is front 'I the Griffin ease Bell told the
will for him to provide aU of the P E Lundy city water and light
commodate trailers and tag prepared for seed plots, ditch- (Continued on Page I) .
hate a couple of rooms in his home I convenience of a city trailer park nMri8tfJRCk.&t., has purchased th e I
lag: operations are underway onseveral
except running water. corner lot Just east of the city hall
to to tourists I
rent
large tracts and there seems Cagers Defeated
1 on avenue J and Is proposing to I .
to be little reason to doubt that the

Benefit Picture Next Thursday I farmers will come: through with all baltdisg hUd a two-story with apartment concrete upstairs block In Opening GamesAt

of the case necessary to feed the
I land a store building probably to LaBelle Friday
mill after It begins operation. '
\ t 'Migrll"pa hoe used as a plumbing shop down I
usfeMERCHAN1G stairs. Permit has not yet been
S1b Candidate For State requested, i The Moore Haven Terriers and ?

: ? BACK'THE ARs a' Senator Here I' R Wallace contractor of Lake I I Terrierettes their opening were cage soundly games trouncedin at La.il .
Clock40Y Puctd. has bought several tot on
\ Belle Friday night by two excellent
Avenue N near the Lonnie Royal
i On Wednesday il LaBeile teams who appear to dominate
\ f ...* and will erect at once two
\ \ i -.with a brand new rental cage play in this sectlen of ;
y I. *!! frame residences for
.R laugh every minute Jeff Flake Waachula citrusgrower & others proposed to follow. A I Florida. They are veterans of

1 '' of the waylt i I and farmer a candidate for cost estimate eo these houses has seven previous contests.

|I the uumcpired: term for state senator Mot yet been ,tor... I t| TJa.e Moore Haven girls pat op a
better fight than the boys, IosiraI
the election of
I left vacant by Ray Donald and Broadu R
Zolfo /I by a score of 45-18, the boys being -
Senator Wilbur C King of !JGaatt have applied for permit to ;
: ea the short end o If< a (1 to.S
the Railroad Commission -
Springs to build a concrete block: building on i
: was here oa Wednesday with tot 11. block 141 west of the Hoe,'count.' Starting Mr.t-i, for the
.. | girls: was Opal UA I ;ITJoyre
the
Mr .U.ea
King meeting i restaurant to be used ss a liquor i iI
and voters of Glades Countv package store. Application for a J I Olck| sad Doris Griftt3: !. ..t forward;

% vHt Date of the special election for. license for this !store has also been ;!I i Elsie Story. Jeie I: tr Ian and

filling this aaeKplreej term ha not, f made to tbe city commission. I I i I LOSM fiaalersun u' r"a
as yet. been an die to the fact; A permit baa aet. as yet. beea: bo" '1aIa hll. e,:,I. Jimmy

that there ha* hat some holdup ia 'sought hat win probably .. asked Click o-'i Dean HMi.t: : guards
Wilsor t'a-i the railroadcommissioa. .
King's being seated oa even for a building which L. ?

There is some stmt'aruy -! Lilly proposes to build on b;, .
ia his
deputed Comptroller's seat and;; Street A Miami contractor wa- for tb.artE'r w.MIMred

s < ,cream CsJdwell is studying the here this: week to consider con- ., Ran'ers'Collier! '. Peggy eta:!- TheimaIs

ae' at thai ..... King said he e\- strnr'ion details for this building 1 Cox. Aaate Purl
Y L.Y13 jof''te to know something defUtt t Dunn the week a hauling contractor : Bryant Ilk: ity Arnold and BettyBebthssa.

within the test few days and was'[ from Lake Placid has been For tbe boys-Robert

Vr hoping that the Governor's dude-; doing coassdevsM filling ia et tots\ Dupes John Bnaaaa. MarioaVwdL

I ton would he hi his favor and elinv in the towaaite. Including the four Doyle Scott, Edward Bac-

; iuate the aoeeastty of going into I!lots owned by O R. Borrowmau oft daD and CttvetaBd Haaeock

a>>:::1M.trim desaarn \e S. r court. i the Moore Haves Trailer Park two

o.Its,=:.=:,. 1'S' t I Another aaaoanced candidate (01.i north of tbe park aad two on the been here this week, drawn by reports -

__....._sues I the vacant office Is Hugh Jones c1 :Isn recfi&tljr purchased from the of a instruction boom, and

Y Arcadia ami there may he otheiThswu city. Other lodi J.al tots have, there is every ladteatton! that the

Sill, Muller is haDdltnr Tun; dN ..,it,: as a benefit far thC) enaiidatm has been a* ia-. been filled ta hid other tot owners: development will be steady ia view

'.'.aes; **r this picture doaat- swlmmin*: pool! t.... Att tleS Yeatin that aa* ouadidato files I see contemplating fining ** the proposed flans "r the eoci -

.) tAl! <34es Theatre. next are 50cI llindll Cltpky wtq! tlnlee ... ...... 'sve& other contractors have, i I structton of the new sugar min.GLADES .

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WEEKLY: NEWS ANALYSIS POTATOES: Woman's World


GOP Takes Over 80th Congress; Hug Loss "

As much as 20 minion bushels cf Make ,:
Use Custom to
Tailoring
government.ownedpotatoes[ may goo
President Cuts Wartime Powers; waste following U. 8. support of

the 19-43 crop in the face of a sagging Boys' Clothes Very Masculine

Industrial Pay Reaches Peak market t

Originally, tit government held
n tft by Western N wip prt Union title to 100 million bushels as the
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Hbt .,!.!... are tx,rcilt4 !. Utl .linn, ttty are Utl. tlWtiUrB twit of a bumper harvest. Making Grlla
-/ N...,.,er L'i; ..'. .... .ialr u aid art ...Mrilr .! tMa ....'.'n.) (By JJafcy
aMy good on its agreement to maintain
prices at at least 90 per cent

of parity, the U. S. bought substantial FOR THE mother who has a son .F

stocks and covered other commitments daughter both close in age New Bag Fashion

with loam, redeemable: if it's somehow a temptation to sew

the market rose The huge wast$ for the little girl and let the boy

a expected to follow from rotting wear just whatever happens to fall

; x7 of the potatoes inadequate storageon his way. Mothers wail that little can A

the farms. be done to make a boy's clothing

To escape total loss, the government look attractive, but actually this
.Yo resold minions of bushels to isn't the case at aft. F rr

distillers and livestock feeders at Naturally you avoid like the

bargain> prices. Distillers of bever- plague anything whimsical or

age and industrial alcohol bought "cute" in the small boy's clothing.If 1 S

yG _over 26 million bushels. About 535f"X ,- he's the little man his Dad thinks ,,-,

) bushels were resold for exporto be is and should be, the boy won't

w 4 famine areas, with the amount like the clothing, and will prefer
tT
N(1 f. i held down by perishability and high dragging out his denims and sweat

.4'4' K w transport costs. shirt
Fortunately for the busy mother
Public
% 3s' institutions and school ,
it's preferable to sew all boys' cloth-
'lunch
programs received about one
lag on the machine both for reasons f,
million
bushels of the surplus potatoes -
; free. of appearance and sturdiness. .
J Good quality material, smart and

rY U. N.: / appropriate styling and good work 1
& N: manship are prime assets in boys'
Pursue DisarmamentT "MHng All three of these are

; question of disarmament proc found only in the more expensive

,: led on its labrynthine course In clothes, so the home sewer has a j js
: UniteNations.: distinct advantage when she makes
:
the for nominal cost at
garments
As a struggle! shaped over formu-
; i-ii I of an atomic control meas- home. \ -
For a source of material, she can k
;r he Rsssians asked the 11-na-
first look about the home. Some ofDad's .
Lon security council to proceed fun
things perhaps can be recon- a
-team ahead on disarmament with- f
verted, but only those materials
ut for action
waiting final on nuv.ir -
which look well on the boy shouldbe
Declaring that dis-
energy.
used. Material may also be purchased i
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outright but it bt far Jenny creates this bag for the
Republican majority In Hmen>bt. At factor '.'r and may I
Opening of 80th congress saw strengh4ening peace thrifty woman who wants high
. top Senators Vandcnberg (Mich.), Wherry (Neb.) and White (Me.) In secur : the Reds called for ana fashion at a low price. It is triangular -

middle Senators Robertson (Wyo.), Erlcker (Ohio) and Taft (Ohio). <..rcwithin three months at In shape, and fashioned

i} Bottom, Senators Cain (Wash.), Thje Minn.) and McCarthy (Wis.). theMe.-. : of black and white plastic, highlighted -

ie, the pesky question of with three tortoise shell
;' CONGRESS: : i r ing that he would recommend action the \ 1"0 snagged deliberations on wings and panlcr handle. Side sipper -

on these measures to congress.A control of atomic energy. While makes It easily accessible.
Ready to Go state of emergency is designed the United Nations' atomic energy

Taxes and labor legislation were to' cover any situation deemed commission approved of the U. S. dark solid color or a dark plaid and

scheduled for early consideration as critical to the country while a stateof plan and sent it to the security coun- some elastic knit to use at the an-

lie 80th congress convened under war Is considered to prevail cil to be worked out, Russia expressed klets and wrists. Any variations of

Republican leadership. until the signing of peace treaties.In opposition to the provision color may be tried but the dark

terminating hostilities, the that no Big Five power be permitted colors relieved by touches of bright

Veteran GOP luminaries held President: to apply the veto to escape punishment fix elastic knit will not show soil so
the reins as the session got un -Reduced wartime taxes on liquor for violating regulations. easily.

derway. While seniority was acknowledged beer, wines, fur, luggage. Jewelry Since the Reds can use the veto in

f in the naming of the telephone and telegraph service, shaping control in the council, how- Instructions Given

party's congressional command, transportation, electric bulbs and ever, prolonged discussions loomed. CIr,! l TsJkrhg Mahn ... For Making Snow Salt

the men named have proven billiard and pool tables to prewar
mort economical to look through Snow suits should be made roomy
In HOUSE
their mettle legislative wan :
levels.Ended remnants first to see If then is anything enough for the active play In which
and for the to
qualify positions. government power
E" seize privately owned mines and Assail Reds available, as then frequently children engage, but they should

One of the outstanding figures la plants. Noting a softening in the Rus- Is. neither bag nor sag, as this make

tie hi-partisan foreign policy developed -Scheduled the end of price supports sian attitude following U. S. imple- Select Styles That the child uncomfortable. A drawstring

by Secretary of State Byrnes, for farm products for 1948. mentation of a "get tough" policy I may be used at the waist, or,
t Arthur Vandenberg (Mich.) was the with the Soviets, the special house Boys Win Like if you prefer, an elastic band that

Choice for president pro tern of the LABOR: committee on postwar economic If your little boy's Inspiration has nips in the waist may be inserted.

o ten at.. Quiet, able Wallace White planning headed by RepresentativeColmer been his big brother who more recently Careful tailoring and fitting win
Pay UpLosses
(Me.) took over the majority leader- (Dem., Miss.) and dom- was perhaps a sailor let that produce an admirable little snow

ihlp of the senate while aggressive, of 107,475,000 man days of inated by Democrats, urged a fur- be your cue in selecting a style suit for the small fellow, and if you

: .Conservative Kenneth Wherry (Neb.) work during the first 11 months of ther tightening of relations with for the boy's playsuit. This can be work well, the stitches and other details

.jrai in line as the party whip in the 1943 due to strikes partly were offset Moscow until it meets its interna- made in a denim which is so right win well repay your effort in

upper chamber. by Increased wages and shorter tional obligations and agrees to full for rough and tumble play, and the their smart appearance as well as

I' hours over the comparable 1945 pe- control of atomic energy. style of tlffe regular sailor suit may durability.If .
the
Martin Mass.)
\ Joe
(
was
riod the department of labor re be followed exactly. you buy some elastic knit for
I unanimous choice for speaker of ported. Drawn after a group of com- Pants may be long or short depending anklets and wrists, you might go a
the house but battle developedfor
a mittee members had toured Europe further and construct matching
Time lost in walkouts set an all- upon the season for which step a -
the majority leadership be- time peak, even topping the embattled Russia and the Middle you anticipate the most wear, but helmet which will keep the
tween the Taft and Dewey
postwar year of 1919, the department East the report declared that most boys four years old and over youngster's ears warm while he
fortes. Although charged with said. As against the 107- an affirmation of reports that will probably insist on long pants. plays In the cold. Mittens of the
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being a Dewey man Charles A. 475,000 man days lost this year, the Soviets were using German Make the trousers so they will lace same material are practical too. Attach
Ilalleck (Ind.) vowed impartiality
30,307,000'ere lost in 1945; 8336.000 plants for rearming would justify in the back, "just like real sailor heavy cord conneetiag the mit-
and obtained the position in 1944, and 16,089,000 for the 1935-39 a renunciation of the Pots- pants." Place stripes on the cuffsof tens, and slip the cord into the
after a brief straggle. It is withIn prewar period. dam agreement and a demandfor the long-sleeved jacket, and if sleeves and around the back so mit-

the to power advance of a majority push certain leader Industrial pay hit new tops follow. the Communists to vacate the boy desires, an insignia on the tens won't get lost when he removes
or ing the year's bitter labor disputes. the eastern occupation zone. sleeve. them.

: legislation, hence the importance Average weekly earnings in the bi- Pointing up Russian rearmament To simplify dressing In this typeof i For indoor play, work smocks

-.. of the post to actions seeking to tuminous coal industry rose to $62.54on policies, the report stated suit, you might find it more practical serve the little lad nicely. These
build their prestige.LIVESTOCK .
up an increased work week but oth- that the Soviets were concentrating to have buttons high on the may be cot long and loose to allow

: er pay jumped appreciably despite on development of heavy shoulder. for freedom of action and they

shorter time. Figures for different industry convertible for war to This model also can be made witha should be made to button simply 1

Halt Mexican Imports industries follow: their new five year plan. striped top and solid color pants. a little to one side. If made

Veterinarians were scheduled to Average Average Until the Russians agreed to play Here again, select materials that long enough, they save paints, clay
week!, % weekly aDd crayons from soiling the trousers
check: every Mexican animal imported ea u change ball with the Allies, the committee will take the rough and tumble wear
of AH +t 1.5 0.4 2.8 that little will the suit. and offer a ftne solution to keeping
into the U. S. since reopening eieei.d recommended that the U. S. withhold boys give
the border October 17 for the dread- Iron products ... ass + T.8 40,3 U appreciable financial assistance Another adaptation of the suit the lad's clothing in a neat state

ad hoof and mouth disease following BUM furnace I, from the Soviets, curb the extension above is to make pants with straps while he plays indoor

reports that the malady had broken Electric ni&iac'adnr-U.: 50.43.% ++143 83 49 38.6 -- e.3 I of technical assistance and that fold over in the back so that

nut in three Mexican states. Autos .cbii1 +'l.: 3M .3 industrial exports, and Ikense the the boy can button them himself.
ia : iriw:
At the same time. Republican con- OU Meat Ida... ... ST3J> I...t 40. SI sales of American firms to the Reds. Thrifty TipsNo
revealed their intention to Tires tube $T." I rat sal 51
gressmen of material fat the
I strap
Anthracite ,., 4 8 COLLEGE:
probe President Truman's reopening el 83 + .2 -
home, however small, should
Metal IIrGn.
.f the border additional last fall livestock in the to effortto re- t.leoIMIDe. ". er.5 ttisti -- 7,1 1.5 Peak EnrollmentTaking ever be wasted. Ute these ideas

provide for quick reference on what to do
the G.I
meat famine then full advantage of
lieve the acute FOREIGN AFFAIRS: with old materials.
your
It was charged that bill of rights vets constitute a larg
prevailing. When sheets wear out, use theunworn
ProblemAs of undergraduates attending
i Mexico never has eradicated the disease I Border percentage
educational institutions I r parts for tea or dish tow
because of lax supervision of first intimated in Secretary of
els.
5r They work beautifully since
and colleges
of 688 universities
other South American I survey
Imports from State Byrnes' historic Stuttgart ad-
l disclosed. they are soft and absorbent a*
.countries afflicted with the sickness.Of dress September 6, the U. S. will wen as lint-free. Other ideas for
outbreaks the hoof and by Dr. Raymond WaIters -
Compiled
seven press for revision of Germany's r using sheets '
are diapers baby
mouth disease in the U. Si: since eastern border when the Big Three president of the University oj bands, dustcloths. pillow
casesand
r-
1870, the last two occurned in 1924. meet in Moscow March 10 to discuss Cincinnati the study showed that oj f t small luncheon cloths doi
or
Highly communicable, hoof and a peace treaty for the Reich. 1.718.862 students at the 688 schools,, lies. Use attractive edging or

mouth disease blisters the feet and Backed by Britain, the U. S. 714.477 were ex G.I.s. In addition, Saga Boy CkJlbi.,. stitch them decoratively if
e their abU- 150,000 vets enrolled at 65*(i you
mouth of cattle, affecting will seek restoration of Pomeranian were want to get fancy.
Ity to move freely and eat normally. and Brandenberg farmlands junior colleges and thousands more! Use light or dark pants with a contrasting i Towels wear out in the middle
,
at several hundred other schools, colored shirt in regulation
Poland Russia after the
to by
given but the ends
WHITE HOUSE: I end of the war. While the U. S. intends bringing the grand total of G.I.S ti(. style. Short pants will be more i good. Use these are usually fot-washcfeths perfectly
slightly more than half of 2000.00:) practical for warmer weather.
for return of this
to a
Steals Thunder press and crochet decoratively around .
students. Corduroy is a good fabric in which
territory, it will accede to the ces- the
edges and
Beating congress to the punch. to carry out the latter of the above you'll always
sion of the rich industrial section of With ambitious vets availini t have enough of this item which
President Truman officially proclaimed Silesia and half of East Prussia to themselves of generous educationa I ideas as it will wear wen and launder -" I is hard to obtain
the end of hostilities to ter- the Poles. opportunities current full-time enrolments easily. Boys find it very wears .. right now. These
good ends of
under 20 : heavy toweling may
able.
mlnate government powers The U. S. position for restorationof at the 638 top universitie! also be used for 4
filler for
taws and mark 33 others for expiration Pomerania and Brandenberg toGermany and colleges are at peak levels. th
within six months to five years. Is based on the fact that survey showed. Roughly, they are 5 1 snow suit would last the winter: I or oilcloth. covered with chintz

Loosely, the period of hostilities is these regions comprise 25 per cent per cent above the-1939 figure and and now are finding that it just won't t: I If

supposed to cover actual fighting. at- the Reich's best farmland and twice that of 1945. Two men ar I do, then hurry out to buy some waS i I ITght summer frocks are no
: longer wearable them for
call for an use
Mr. Truman did not the country would suffer a serious enrolled to every woman wherea ter-repellent, windproof cloth. for
Immediate cessation of the states of wartime ratio three now suits are easily made at home I little girl dresses or make dainty
food deficiency if the land ia not the was womt II hankies
and for them out of this soft
in 1939 ,
emergency proclaimed returned. to two men. You also win want to buy some'I ...
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PARTY PATTER .b..zes.
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The winter season haS .l't cSGeiaHy .
started until EDITOI NOTE ThIS sewsp.per. :
someone gives a party.
through tpecul srrtngenent with l' Reaawd by wet*m Newspaper ttaieo. 6.ar.
Jut in ease that someone is yea .
here are two teen tcsttd ideatpoaranteed ''Ksbigto Barefu off tiler* Neuptper FARMER'S SUCCESS STORY e.5 -Lc, :
Unto gt 1616 Eye Street N. U" .
to keep the gang so busy;: TYPICAL OF TJ. S. SYSTEM: pltr t.
WktbiBgto, D. C, u tbie to bring read- -
that nobody ever will suggest a kissIng -, ors Ibis weekly column on problem' of 1.e >i u, -s, fa*;; er and two

game. i t"U ". tndm tcenun sad his ,..- sons c AH o2;! -f the back: fertile
Belay Relaxation-Divide the gang'': Quettwui mv be .d!'!,ita to the acres of Red River valley son.e JO
Into two teams. Give each team a' .* ... Burtox and hey uill H ansutreJit miles out of Fargo, N. D. That valuable
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folding chair a' s subteqment coitmn No replies cuebS .
and profitable farm is a product -
I mk Jtrttt by mod. hit only M the
lunch box with a'
f t \ m. p colm vbub mil tppecr in this sewspaper of the American economic sys- !
) whistle in it aDdB
i : rtgitlirlyAuthorized. tem and the opportunity it offers
an umbrella.. the lodividuaL

First in line 03 Appraiser The elder Naellson, with his bride.
both teams mutt':
emigrated to America from Norway
take all these articles l Because a large majority of real
; about 50 years ago They had but
to the fallrJfl estate appraisers selected by little more than their steerage passage 0.
end of the room?, banks and other lenders were Mt
A land sold .
money. company ,...
put up the chair, amendable to pressure and "obliging" the young couple 160 acres of farm : ;
sit on it, open tH insofar as the real estate operators 44
JI. land in Red River valley. On that 1
lunch box, blow'the were concerned in turning in
Land they built a sod house and began
whistle, open the umbrella, theq' ,high appraisals, Veterans' administration the climb to the affluence they
fold everything up again, return ta: announces that after January -
It
sow enjoy. was not an
the team and pass an the stuff c: 2, it will select its own appraisers hmb neither was the life they easy had ; ;
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to the next in lice The team tfatl of real property in an effort
eft: in Norway an easy ore nor dld.t
finishes first wins. In fact, everybody to protect veterans against
offer opportunity.
has a wonderful time excel over-priced properties in the cur '
who ecu Within 12 years that 160 acres was I
four parents are stuffing rent high market
'! paid for. They owned it During I
ton into their ears. Under the revised procedure VA ; I t
: the same years a modest frame
Parlor PIcnic-Pack a picnic basket
will the
designate by name
personto
for couple and identify souse had replaced the one cf sod.
every each of
appraise piece property
each with a tag that has a movie; offered for sale to veterans under Substantial barns provided shelter I
actress' name on one side and the! the loan provision of the !or the farm animals they had ao
guaranty
carat cf a girl at the party on the G.I. bill. For the past 15 months, rumulated. The barns provided
other. Supply the boys with fake sousing: for farm tools, and such
the lender was permitted to select ,
money and then have them bid fort any appraiser he desired from a !arm crops as were intended for

the baskets of their favorite movie panel cf local appraisers whose gen- !eed. I\

queens. The boy who bids for and eral qualifications had been reviewed During those earlier years two II

get the basket tagged Lana Turner and approved by VA. ions and a daughter were born. All
be disappointed to find that received an advanced education.
As a result of this practice, VA
Bay
Jones goes with it Whetheror the cf the daughter, at 22 years of age I
believes tendency on part
not he cheers up as they plow'' some lenders to use exclusively the taught in a nearby town school until -
through the sandwiches is up to she married. Through the years
of certain "obliging" appraisers
services
Mary. the two sons have stayed with the
who were most amenableto
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turning in a high appraisal where arm
ALL WORK AND NO FLAT i necessary to meet the asking price, At the end of 18 years an adjoining Buy !

will be eliminated. : 160 acres was purchased, andlargely
I've made conversation I The original system was inaugu- : paid for at the time of pur- j

For boors on end 1!! rated to speed up appraisals and :hase. Today there are two homes

To laugh at his Jokes while it has done so, VA now believes on that 320 acres. One is occupied !
I've had to pretend.I've ; the system has proved susceptible by the father and mother and an

danced till my fee to abuses which more than :unmarried son; the other by a mar

Won't perform any more, offset the advantages it was designed ried son and his family. Both are '
(While he's danced on my toes, to achieve. attractive, substantial commodiousarm

Instead of the floor). homes, well furnished and i

Be's ruined both my shoes, Questions and Answers equipped with such modern conveniences

And spilt cokes on my dress, Q. Doe to a doctor's order for as are unknown in Norway. i

'TIll I'm sadly aware that special nurses, I was called on then Eighty thousand dollars would not !! I I

I look like a mess. *e of a veteran who was critically be an exorbitant value to place on
Now, at the end when I illt the time I was told that that farm, its homes, farm buildIngs .

Want to relax he the government bad made provisions equipment and stock. It represents -

Tells me we'D walk and that I would be paid. fulfillment of an opportunity A44:1 I I )
' 'Cos be can't pay a taxi. After completion of the ease I was America, and oar economic system 1

The evening's been long and told that I may not get paid.: That sf free enterprise, offer to those with,
So dreary and blander full- has been six months ago, and I energy and ambition.
TELL MY WRY TEENS THINK
sffl have not received a definite There are thousands, hundreds of
T1I\T DATES ARE SO WONDERFCL
ar eier. Will you please inform we thousands of similar incidents de-

a* to whether sack provisions are picting farm success They are ;

nade or where I can find wat*- found in every section, in every state I
A. C. B, K N., ex-army nurse Po- md county Back of such successes
Casual Dress
Gray that Mh. is the American economic profit system -

. A From the information you Rue Such farms represent thejl'Ofit
;' I would be inclined to sav that 'tv their energetic and ambitious : ::

uld be up to the veteran "" owners have made. In their accomptahment -

!er\ed or the doctor to get rn1-: : j the nation has prospered.

raney. Veterans' administrate -, These' farmers not only have advanced .

renerally speaking, has its omr their own interest bat also

+irses! and is only responsible her !save added to the national wealth. :

payment to its own mores and !otN to( no other nation, under no other

'<;e private nurses where t''ec-! ". scononuc system, could such success
t'a led in on contract. If yo llr r be achieved.PRESIDE."TLL.

trait was not with Vete'ac1- .
'.,
ministration, it is not tenon ;
Q My husband bad re-ntnJp' .r ; PRECEDENT

-" ; -$ the regular army It r tJtr.e'IP : probableIat

1;: in January 19*'. On Oetoh-r 1'* i : \
was discharged with a *"s+h:'; 1 chooce to try for another four years

discharge. We are TOW Hvinr w:"- rf occupancy of the White Heuse.
,
in-laws and he is c ale to t', *" ., So far as I remember my history

work. We have one be' IT *fs vet. !ao meUoce is recorded of a President
and a baby two and; at-half m:--*' of the United States definitely

old We are afraid to rent :a "'ar- jeclmmg nomination for a second

and get a job for fear 111. _0--" term, even though his first term

will get sSc'ttnd have to ewer a same as a result of the death of a

hospital, lea *ng leis fa".ily t': T' zhtei. In one or two cases, notably :

without any income feixmid IHT ;':0.%;.. that of Andrew Johnson, who succeeded #
band get a Tension tnm tHe U" to the presidency foOowtag !

meat! If 50, where eau I tlr. :' the death of Lincoln, no definite personal -

about It!-Mrs. E. H. ce--r: effort was made to secure a :

Neb oonuoatNSL At the Republican convention -
\ If your husband stU!! rditv : Johnson's name was not '

I' -a' for which: he w: mentioned i M a candidate, aDd no
;: c urged: he is entitled to ar.r'- ,., relegate voted for him. In the Democratic 1
\=terans' admuujtratwo for a cr convention this Republican

-. tL ?:it> rating There is. Vat .\ c''-. .. president did receive as high as 65

Lincoln and a sub-not.sl' V'Vs vote tar the Democratic DOm na-

':';(e at Omaha Suggest P'u w- .'. Un. Grant a popular war hero
tt' either ol these VA oe' Johnson Eisenhower A
succeeded
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Perfect for chilly days Is this fu3 : ,
dress with slot Q. I have lest .y ilsr"arse n- a possaMe drafted candidate by either :1J
bodied wool jersey '
tft '1
and have ben owMe
accents stun pens on .C the two parties, might
which
tack teaming them. I want to *sw. wV-e 'i succeed Truman
The dress features a neckline i
fullness. write to get a rosy .r a dap'Can ". .
filled with scarf and a saddle :
you tell HMJ. FT.. Of
tan leather belt which shapes thett.llaeu Taylor, Ky. BALANCE IN RED INK II

of the skirt. Instead of those +
excessive profits
A Write to the St. Lcuis \' :-\
CentEr. Office of the Adjutant G"-, from which labor bosses claim increased fa

1 era!. 4300 Goodf2.low bird c. wages can be paid many
w. 7Is Louis 1 Mo. Include your full -:rand ,, of America's corporations: are writ- 34.
I serial number and the \\111'' tag their balance sheet figures in red 3ft.

airs) sells its IC : send you a certificate ;n }iet o1 ink. One with which everybody is 1 1i
.t familiar. Western Union Telegraph
RHEUMATISe. your discharge paper :
.,' LUktRaCO Q. My husband reenlisted to eke comjMny, had an actual net loss of
NEURITIS U million dollars for 1946. Between
army for three more years. I v.* !< I
der if be could get a goTermit! aid WA Western Uni
loan of $1.060 to boy a ne little' cws increased IS.5 per cent with rr'y.
country home hile he is still hi th. but one M per cent crease in rates. II

service! Mrs. 31. B. E., Charlottesville Increased rates do act in all cases

Va. mean a corresponding increase in :

A. N.. net under the G I. b-i! receipts.. It means a decrease in
which applies to vtterwns only, a-v use on the part of the public It is

,until= lit aver Is siltctll that means me ate .,anal whc!I tone that sefaetaiiig mere tangible
ail N n.ry s'rote d than figare pulled out of hat
h Ill tNl hit it1US es 11 have receded an hiaarahlr a a bya
.,ua uu la, r. ttululsay nlulli "qrn frees te anted services labor boss be used in determining

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GLADES COUNTY tion there to replace the old overhead Band Leader: Tommy Dorsey. Could it have been the after affects FOiL SALE-3-pece living "'r'}wa x
crossing and It won't be too Actor: Guy Madison. from Sunday night? suite; three burner kerosene'
DEMOCRAT long before we'll be able to run to Actress: Oliva De Haviland. i Wonder why Elsie Mae S. has store with oven. L. R Yates, ;xBa- .

MOORE HAVEN FLORIDA Sebring without ever slowing down. Movie: Withering Heights. been so happy lately? Could itj be ker Highway. ,tP.
And it is high time that the Come on, kids, she's not hardto : that her heart-throb has broke up ,'.
Entered ridge section of Florida was or- guess. with Annie Ruth Rudd?
at cecond-claca matter. May NOTICE OP .*PPI.IC4TIOFOR
f, 1911 .t the PoitofOc* at Moore ganizing to do a little promotional TAX DEED ..
Raven. Florida, under the Act of
Congress of March I. 1S87. advertising for every visitor to HOME EC. NEWS GIHLS sPOUTS .
Florida should drive over this road (Jeanne Heflin) (Char Cray ton) NOTICE THOMPSON IH HEREBY hoMer GIVEN.p1nee that
It S. as
PBfelUhed Every Friday By through the really scenic part of The girls of the Home Economic The Terrterettea met the LaBelle of Everglades Drainage District Tax

'# THE GLADES PRINTING CO. lac. Florida. II class have been planning and giv- girls on their court in the first game SSth Certificate day oT numbered Jane A. D.30 1141.. ,dated BM filed th*
CARR SETTLn Publisher Too, we feel as though it were ing dinners. Group I which consists of the season, on January 11. We aid certificate in my office and has
time for the bus>> companies to be- of six girls, gave their. dinner were "defeated bat not too badly, made application fee tax deed to issue
gin considering this route into Miami Friday, January 11, 1947. The thereon in accordance with law.
I(i I considering the TerrtereUes hadI Said Certificate embraces the following -
Sulitvrlptlaa Rater Already by using this road, dinner went off well after all the only hsd a few hours practice this, described property, situated laI
Omt Tear __ __________ .: of the sections ofd i I I I Glade County. Florida to-wit:
some wont worry and was enjoyed by all tht i I >ear. We feel assured the team I North Half *f Tract M. Section
au Moat.. _________ ___ 11.:5fJv1EANDE'RJNGS : in the country eonld be avoided. A girls and their guest. Mrs. Goyettewas sill do better after they have a 1 IS, Township 41 South, Range It
franchise already exists to a has I East
the honored
guest. little .
more practice.The I The assessment of saM property un -e
company and it was reported atone Group II will give their dinner starting line-up for the forwards der said certificate tamed WM in the
time they would start buses this oaae of tTmknown.
Friday. They are all working were: Opal Rautersoa, Joyce I Unless said certificate halt be redeemed -
operating when the road was com- hard to get all the plans workedout aceordtag to law ..* deed
Click and Dot Griffith. Guards:
pleted to Lake Annie. Now it has Just right. Here's hoping girlsit will issue thereon on the Srd day of a"'iil
Elsie Story Jessie Brannan and !I February, A. D. W4T.
By Carr Settle been completed to Lake Placid and goes off good. Louise Ranlerson. Joyce Click 1 Dated thy let day of Jmnaar*, 147. .1
atilt no north and south baa which (SEAL) D. S. -SSA
I made the most baskets, having aacort' I Clerk Circuit Cowrt Glade ;
is badly needed for travel in this ANOOPKIlt; of 5. The Moore County. Florida.Jan. .-' t
Jut for devilment we had section. I wonder score was 3. 1" IT. 24, II. 'if
pure what certain girl in
Haven 18, and La Belle l 41
I
feared on passing up this issue --- Lakeport: went around saying "I
With ao mention of the sugar mill .. ...I:1IIiIIIIIiUSCHOOL am going with Milton from now I
MAI.K IIHU'1'011: "
tat from the talk and activity about on?" Could it be Elsie Appeal i i I.

town it looks like we might be DAZE Why has Louise R. been gom-
mskkrj if nothing were said So around with her Jaw all swollPII'eoawa.t 1,041"1.in: %U\BtTtTM.f
there to a story, even though It STAFF have anything to do *n'!,' I-IT the far-'ff corners of tM earth.
"-t"flee.' exotic tanda that Mr the
CBrriw BO picture of the milt nor ftlrior .. _. Dean llcflin a tooth, could it! ..,. iitmition. Ton have the World
**7 mention of any definite act_ Associate n IMitnr- lirttie Robin'*n Was Geraldine robbing the ci.u d! 4 .'.v ,In n.'o the"c from world.. .Join wltbowt die a C.wor-a i"I

'7 the company which proposes to !o-nOOIKT _no ._ __ _._ ?????? Sunday night? \> mnd have all your traveling "
pt in the mill. What happened to Rebecca 'I", n.,.. paid! Go to your nearest. ;;:'
Sports _.-----__.._ Char Clajton ? v PI' R.rrultlnK Station for ad- ,, b
It was Mayor Frank Yann who Tommy Wayman this week? Better take Elizab = n il information. :
t.M ns that he had been in contact l"n-sonalitIN ._ __ Opal IUuIert Jones' advice. 1 .1. 23, 2$. Leon Building :. :
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with officials, one of Is Joyce C. still trying to break .
company Katlil?n McLaughlin F*>HT MTBR8. FLORIDA ,":
them in Connecticut buying matlalaet'J Campus Ko\rr ._ T. Jean Duprce Don G. and Lois C. up? Sorry k.d.
for the mill who told him Ruth Clue frail it won't work. Ford
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that nearly all of the necessary machinery TjpiMs ____...._ ItfUie Itobinson Who were the two girl UkiL. '!hu Model 2S-T, 29-pasaener.
had been obtained or or- l sole Ball pictures out at LaVeport Sunday Hnin excellent condition. Sales
of the Who home with J. L. .
tred. The president com- Jean Duprpe neat i-u partiiH'nt. United States Sugar
pay told him that he would be SpcI\'iOr _... Ii-.s Hot Williamson urday night! abba! uiporation. ltc.I .
her the first of next week, weather Oh! Oh! John, you're nail Sr
permitting flying, and indicatedthat .. tMtf fvttl0 growing up! I -

al1.was in readiness! to get JiTII C.K\IK NEWS Heard Joyce didn't like Bil!.- ))nGUx.SD THITKCIUXR
something underway. Anyway he (Nelda Howdeshell) Sure doesn't look that way. I work wanted by day or coatraet.i I"
plans to meet with farmers of the Geraldine Langford is absent Wonder who the Hubba-Hubba I Philip Gray, 1831 N. Palmway .
area and at this meeting something from school toda>'. I've beard she man in the llth grade is, I Lake Worth, Fla. Jan 3-1 Otp. r (
concrete will be brought out. We is sick Wonder what a certain dark- I xvCREER $

wish we were able>> to give you the Mrs Go>ette has been reviewingus haired girl in the seventh> grade is
the and place of the meeting in on math for our mid-term exam worried about?
this issue but it has not yet been until we practically dream of it. Why does Geraldine Ike the 11th CARSON ...;.:,r

iiet. ,, In reading ne are preparing a grade? Could it be Jimmy C? The motion picture appeal for Mark R. Tennant 'J
Sine it is on Frank's property. debate on the cardinal and quail as Who is running competition with
that the new mill is to be located I to the question: "Is the cardinalof Tommy W. for Doris G.T funds for the annual March ol f Ufraied -4. (

and since be has already procuredan more use to man than the quail!" I wonder what girl K. B. walked Dimes during the period Januar Real Estate Broker t
abstract on the property it was,Virginia Keenan and I are leaden home with the other night? Couldit 15 to January 30 will be made bj
natural that he should be, perhaps, of opposite sides. Wonder what the have been C. J.? Greer Carson in a short subject 1 GLADES COUNTY LANDS

a little more anxious to find out outcome will be? Who did Jimmy Crum tell whereto Step Forward" which will be show n 607 Congress Bldg. MUmI Flu.e :
something than the rest of us. get off at? Could it have been at the local theatre. I'
The need for funds for th
The mill's coming still looks LOST l'Ol'XDXU WANTED: Peggy Stalls
\ good to us and while it all may not Peg Lost one good boy by the Who did I see out at Circle Inn (Continued on Page 8) .

j. be moving as rapidly as we would name of Jimmie Click to JesSiE., Sunday night? Could it be Maude,
like, the movement appears to be Brannan. and Donald In Billy Robinson's car?
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f steadily approaching the desired Bettie; Wants good grades on Who entertained who to s fAr'"S .
end, the smell of boiling cane juicein exams. waffle supper Sunday night? Could DAVE
the townsite of Moore Haven.HHW Doris Found one good bone it]I it be Lois C., Don G., Betty C. ami I MACHINERY STOCK andy

i M locker for her lunch, Jan. 16, 1947 Kenneth B.? REPAIR
I The State Road Department took Calvin: Lost his education b y So Jessie and Peggy have
i action in the 1947 budget to provide quitting school. made up.Vell good going girl
i BS with the much-needed road Jimmie Crum: Found out what t. it was a silly thing to be mad i Complete Electrical Repair ShopALL
j through the county agriculturalarea Peggy thought of him. abovt. TYPE MAGNETOS-CE\ERAT01t -STAP TKIISCAItniKKrOKI -
j when the surfacing of Road Joyce C.: Wants one Don G. What was Donald F. s* seared I AND EIJCCTHIC MOTORS
1 7,0 through Denbow, the old Moore Jessie: Wants 1846 yellow convertible about Sunday night? Remerabei ALL WOHK r.t'ARAVTEKD
Donald, lore is Mind, but the neighbors ItY K(; HneB-Cl+wkton road was placed I Buick with a man in it
I In the budget under the farm-to-i Becky: Lost one good guy t o: aren't. CLEU1STON, FLORIDAPHONE
market program. Arnold. What was Lob walking around
1 Betty U3-W A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP
:1 in a dace about Monday morning 1
Also Included will
be the construction -i
j' of the road from 1'larr..1 I. MKSO\ALITY:
bare to LaBelle largely in this This week we have decided to
...t7. which was budgeted last have the description of a Senior ,
y ar bat a contract was not let and Ctrl. She to very well-liked and is
It will carry over into this year. not bad for the eyes either. She is
And speaking cf roads we had just tall enough hen brown hair,
Mar first opportunity Sunday to and hasel eyes. Sfce also has a I
drive over the new section of Road cute boyfriend whom we like very LUMBERWE
21 between Road 8 and Lake Placid much. I
While It still hurts ns that this Her favorites are:
was not constructed of concrete, it Hobby: Eatiag.
is still a wonderful piece of road FoodStirimB..
9 and makes a Jaunt to Lake Placid Boy: Calvin.
just a nfe* little Joy-ride. Alreadythe Place: : Moon II..... I
I underpass is under construe- Song: Stard INt.I .
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u ceo 0 0 C Q 0 ceo 0 o. 0 I 0 D D D COD a 0 a C a 0 C C C C cae I C 0 a ODD a f a urEr Phyllis Howdeshell social I tweatr-MVHrth day of January 1947 !;
Colin English total payment to at ,*. p. IlL .t 1M dice ot the Dt.- ..,
l leader and Annie Pearl Bryant the (7 counties from the fund for trtet at the C88ttttee.. to Moore Hive -

Bible quiz leader. this month is UJ82.S12.89. *. Florida.The porpMe. .t cfc ra-Uar i. to
Following the business sesstonrefreehmenta eWd tare mm%....< ., the board ..f.spervi.ets i
.1 PERSONAL were served to Florence Glades county referred U.i5.U of.. district and to
-I IH
and SOCIETY Dapree Nelda and PhyllisHovMhell. of whist $1.784.02 is for instructional diaevss in of peaer aM the Dtotrtet affair Mkd* awtooMttto&s t. .-

Carol AIiIW Dorothy safari and $471. 3 is for UP"- rwei Kber -.-.. as maybe "
traacaorutfoo. yr 9tr at ..* -.dItg ..* as th*
:;Jfi Clayton Brewton Ball Idral BoweaJimmie laaaownen then prxsat star daaira. ;
, Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs The nrU g U mllH as MB* tar
;, !{ ,",- +-."M"M" *M<->*M<< c- 'fiir4t t+}4v4ti'd rt sti{tfib+. rJ 4x6+ .q! ) an aannal laadowncn niisttnsj .-
MfI.n.a Jenkins.JOHNMK. OTICI: OF MEim\G OFDI der the provisions ot law apjUcnblathereto.
? Mrs. J. S. Aly is speeding a few DavMaea Massey of -
t
4tD0WERSEMRLL
.2 days vita her sister in Miami, .Eafaab, Ala., aaa arrived to sake1ker YAUX CKLKBnATKSBiltTllDAY \ DR.U'M 'TKICT D. LUte.Chairmen .
: awe with her aaa. William C. WITH PARTY of theATTB9T sid .c
'; Mi*. Lacy B.wee aad family Maeaty. They are Itrtag at preat -t .

'. ayeat last Ssadfcy to BeDe Glade. eat t fa Liberty Poiat bat plaa to Johnnie Yaun celebrated his fifth Notice meeting M hereby ha KinD. been tat called a laNowners bj'.I I I I :

i rye to Moore Haves abort!?. birthday anniversary Friday with a I the teserviforc of Newhall Drainage.' D. C. Settle aeeretanr.
-; Mr. sad Mi I District to be heM on M(m Carr
Setae
and See party at the home of his pareata
WIlt to Sabriag $e. tai1roM Commtattoaer WilburC. Jlr. and Mrs. F. D. Ya...

Kiac of Zalto Sprtoft and Jeff The children enjoyed gaasea oa;

Gerald Wattetuv* of Tampa to Flake of Waachola were calling oa I.the lawn after which birthday cake

vtattte Mr. and Mi*. E. A. Ahem.Mn. fneavda acre W daea ay. and ice cream were served by MnYana

:" assisted by Mrs. EageatBoylea.
": DOB Brio;; was a hsitsr J. K. Prienaa attended the ..t-1 Johnnie received many attractive Get the Habit of Shopping at
i
.",, t. ilafcur J* Miami .sj.a" tag e f the State RoM Board iadeanrater I aifts.AMendiac .
3" ':";-, : Monday. Mrs FrkrMe'l.'e4 -! were Linda Lee. Marraret -

- .;" ti. a Lavaca tr.a g TWtAr Ia aoa .-. I Boylea. Jackie Dane Tom*)'
',; Fort My..s :i i Butcl uoa. E. G. Cones Jimatfa The'Family In

Mr. aad Mrs J. W. Dyches of i i8deID. : Crawford Jerry Hargrav ...4I

F' Mr ..aad. _n. Fred A. Fteadenttsaini N. Jr.. were the guests of i Jimmie and Johnnie Yaan.Y18fTOR. I FortMyers.

the air maawmia la MiMr Mr. aDd M.... Ralph Wood for a I I '

>me1 .....-. few days this week. Mn. Dychesk !: P1ri4ING Dept. i

a elutes of Mn. W...'.. i I i

.lf': ,: astf+ .... Joan Brown aadillMuii Antcag guests at WiUiaau Banting Store" Fla. '
;: sad Mr. L A. Ahra Mr. aad Mn. Allan Dowd Jr., and Fishing Lodge this week

"" .j, van to Tasspa .* Maaiay.P. Tiaited hit pareata here last week. were: T. C. Moore sad Theme
.;
.;; They bare recently awr" to De- Allen of Detroit Mich., W. L

'. sad W. B. Nona, Lea from North Careitaa sad he Polock and Harry Gladstone of Miami More
wsraLaa4y I Terms Purchases $10
< l:; Jfc, ... von Tqat la atteadlag Stetaoa Uaivenity. William Watt of Tampa and I Easy on or

.. ..... J. Steele, E. Carter H. Taylor. BUY FROM onT.LOf'On.r 100.000 Items
!
t$ti. Mr. sad Mn. Jack Caryl of Milwaukee Boddie and E Dwyer, all of Braden -

.' a: Amaaw thane la Van Mynas Moa- Wis.. hare aaaoanced the! ton. I .
:: : atnh of a baby daaghter lira.
Mir. Caryl will he remoaibered as Miss I i
.5'; Glades Get $2,255.66Teachers
... I
.. UD Aty of this I city.
? -i<.. Jasta H. Matey, .... tax avers Salary Fund 1
- '-:. ::: aaltaat of Sebriac. was hare for a Mr. and Mn. J. A. Lee had as 1I

-,:" \'' ornate of due tilde wask. their guests far the weekend W. I Kodak FilmsPlenty
.. andS TALLAHASSEE (ENS)-Tnth <,
-; .i- --.'-- H. Sways ... Misses Carol
., ( installment of 10 payments iron
Mrs.
; Mn. Harvey Etbertm and Mn. Swaago of Oeala Mr. aDd
., the State Teachers Salary Fund u
H. C. Loflaad of West Virginia.Lewis
. : : Ida Hhwe ware. viaKon la Ctowiataa ,
and. the county was made Wednesday
MeQatthy of Kentucky
,1-: .t: aft Saaday.MM. .
Wai. Brewer of Obis January 15.According
. of All Standard Sizes
to figures released bj
. C. H. Settle, )Ira. JaliaBadt I
," ':, aad Mr*. Nora Baaolphware I Mn. J. M. Coast and Jo Anneretareed 616 120 116 127 and 620
from Miami Production of six major crops.
Monday night
i' : In Part Myers en Moadfty.Tfcoe. i
where Jo Aaae haa been nndergo- (sweet corn aaparagaa spinach. I

tog medical treatawat for the past lima baaas, sup beans and greet .
II Griffin of Fart Myerahas three weeks. Mrs. Comae was down pars) for quick freezing has in DAY DEVELOPING SERVICE
,. arrived to take the poetttea err
for the weekend sad retaraed with ereaaed eight times aceerdiag t<
of the local B tad B
aFaager' t...... a reeeat surrey by the America! I

Can Company, yet caBfiers gates livoiaae

Mr. aad Mrs. Ray Keys of Will- for the Mate period and Gibson CardsA
}It. and Mn. W. F. MUst retars-- Greeting
'.eft Taesday frees tIt_ tamer beat iaawport. I.... sad Fort Myers: same crops show a gain of aearl] i
here this fire tiaee.
were hariaaag rteitors
fa New Jersey where they spent
maraifi They expressed Interest
SBdays.
2gEe.
,<'1- : < ----- in the proposed deretopneat in the The official opening of Sunsbim Olds. full assortment of greeting cards for all sr s
that they Park horse racing track at r
AdWns aad"Mn. area and a possibility
,[ J.j. Jr. and Mrs. J. W.
here. mar near Tampa, has been delayer
.
and ml-lM t eate -- i
Stalls visa td Mr.
:' : Gladys
." a.. ,f;, Mn. W. M. AdMns In Verb" Beath91 through Inability to secure materia'necessar occasions has been shipped. .
.: Suedq. I Ii Li. V. B. Woaucfc Jr., of the for completing; the park !
11 Jan. 23 March 22
New dates are to
ad his bah;
W Army Air Corps I
I Mr No racing will be held on Feb. K( 1 1Ih
daughter visited kin pareata .
i! and Mrs. V. B. Weawek. He" to avoid conflict with GaspariHi VALENTINES ON HAND, 5c to 50c -

now located at Maxwell Field Ala. Day at the Florida State Fair an< Ih
the Gaaparilla parade.To .
to tori -
I where he is taking a coarse

!! lane iaspeetio
.. produce a ton of natural rub
-
ll her according to B. F. Goodric1' Settle's Sundries
,: Mr and Mrs R. D. Toder had athfir I statisticians requires the full working
guests at a family lancheon 01 I
I' time of two men and the late
-unday Mr. and Mn. RiehawVoder
yield of 450 rubber trees for a ful! i
of Clewistoa. Mr. and Mra
i
d !;.>bert Toder of Miami Mn. DaisYoder ;r year.
<< and BiUy .Brookll of Wes t I----- -
_;4 :'-un .. i1, : Palm .ub. The occasion celebratrd

"TillnusI-: the birthdays of three memberof s

Robt. Cnmmincr ::. \ T! nllnTW the faintly


.' '-t'.s siaee Arthur the beginning Barron. who of World has serve WaII :! First Bally of Clewistoii


t Wed., Jan. ZI-2Z as aa amameata tostractor to r
I the f S. Navy stattoaed moat o f
M3RTt"Bing
-IIKI.I.S OF >T.
the time at plate ia Florida, n
Crosby i tamed home the first ot the wee t Statement of (Condition

Cartoon wttli". discharge from San .
; Fervlce which he obtatoed in Jacl

1 eouTille.i DECEMBER 31 1946 -
Fri t Sat., J... 14J5JOHNNY i -- .
;i n.\l'TI T 1\TERNtbI.1TN:
ANGKirG :
i illOUl MF.KTISO MODYTie

< ASSETS LIABILITIES
r: i Baptist lataraMdiates mt-t i t
Mr. said Mn Frjaaksa i
at
: -- i the lose '
g. j Msaaay evaatag at 7. 3f1 t S

E So 11 re-elect otOcen sad reorganise tbelaataa. 1 r Loans and Dis- Capital Stock $ 30,000.00

l' : elected counts . $ 315.047.54#
Dorothy Clayton was cal]

Ib; .Jr'aax "ill tain shell of captaia group one.t troop and Selda two. Howd u. s. Bonds . 1,275,300.00 Surplus . . 75,000.00State

Other officers elected were Flo:
$ And Municipal
*&: i once Dapree, preaideat; Brewtc -

L-. ==- Ball, Tice-preaMeat: Jtomie Jenl Bonds 88000.00 UndividedCash
,.1;
&; Mral Bowen. trea H
$ % ins, secretary:

3&r f A -- Hand and Profits . 30,100.00Due
-- on
?! --
. :1 > > >> > i from Banks 518,122.36

__ w
I Deposits . 2,080,636.56

;: :i j' i ELECTRIC ROASTERETTES banking House,

Y. ALF. .} Furniture And
< .' !If i Dividend . 1,500.00

:.,: $7.95 R Fixtures 9,261.02 -

I'
p F.LFCTRIC mos' AXD IUPIOHeadaaarten "-* f
A FEW : Other resources 11,505.73I
/ :<':." : ," S Total


?c,> .; J i"j Phonograph Records For i I f Total Assets $2,217,336.65 Liabilities $ 2,217,336.65

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Colorful Seminoles Cling BEuwibITHN1 MUSCLE ACHE



To Ancient Tribal Customs



By PAULl-fALLON
By BAUKIIAGE ,
aM IW> BBaM B> MBBafUleated
Nan Analyst mnd Commentator. Western Newspaper u..
.
FfND Service. 1616 Eye Street, N.W., its and customs of the Seminole LARGE FIELD OF CANDIDATES
Washington, D. C. in this short span as have the weightof LOOMS FOX GOP NOMINATIONWASHINGTON.Tom : r, J 4

(Till it the first eJ two trtulu on the economic conditions-the depression Dewey has
flirt of Postutr tondttions on ttt mod followed by the high demandfor !been running off with the publicity
9sunJtrttoo4 of American cttatni-tbtItmtnok labor during prewar and war for the 1948 presidential nomination
Indisns. with Mr. Biukbtgt ,,- periods.
'ertieg from fast-kind ebttnttto) -while issuing denial of intent His
For more than three quarters of spectacular victory in the nation'sItrongest 4:1A
Somewhere North of the Ever- a century no Seminole has owned political state has brought /
glades:-The un Is setting over flat land, his possessions were limitedto urn even into the feminine gossip
Itretches of saw-grass, making a a few cattle and hogs running columns, where it is being reported
leathered silhouette of cabbage wild in the swamps, and to what ie is the best Republican vote get-
palms on the far personal property he could store tinder ter. Higher up some of the leaders

horizon, dropping tt the palmetto roof of his open- are saying his nomination and elec- Rub in gently-wanning soothing Ben-Gay for fast
tint of lilac faced hut in the Everglades. Today lon:
F.a are already a foregone conclu relief from muscular sore ass and pain. Ben-Gay con-
the water ., ''r there are three reservations William
among sion.But tains up to 20 times more methyl salicylate and
hyacinth In the Boehmer, Indian agent at this does not happen to be menthol-famous pain-relieving agents known to every

pond at my feet Brighton, saw that venture rise :the case. Dewey is not the best Republican .. doctor-then five other wrely! offered rub-ins. Insiston
where lazy hump from its inception. He tells me ev- vote getter. Those Repub- '
genuine Ben-Gay,the cr jinal Baume AnaIg sique.
shouldered Brahman s ery family on that reservation owns icans, who are finepointers. have
Also for Pw Art ta NEURALGIA and COLDS.
RjTUSUTISfcl ,
cattle cool a car and one family boasts five. igured that Bricker of Ohio received
themselves. RigId Radios are common as are electric ] J991 per cent of the vote in his Ask far Mild Bea-Cry for Oddm.Works .

white cranes flashlights and kerosene lan- tome state Martin 59.81 per cent;
stand undisturbed terns, some knives and forks and while Dewey received 56.60 per cent.
by us. other practical gadgets and a lot :But Warren of California get nearly t.f .
Abort, great of store food and canned goods. ill) 41
kawks wheel and, However, there has been no changein Nor is Dewey's titular leadership $
M we pass a housing styles. Before the origi. actual The working leaders of the
bevy of snipe Binkhago nal deal was closed in 1933 one of ;party really are Vandenberg on for-
rises like black the Seminole leaders first made eign policy and Taft on domestic
and white confetti tossed in the air sure that living habits should not bt ;policy. This may or may not turn
by a giant hand. interfered with. Ha was quoted as Jut to Dewey's advantage. While
Back at the turn of the road that saying: le sits in Albany taking a stand r

Wads to the attractive headquarters "Indians must live in air and sun I :jnly necessarily on the issues of the rna: Why
Building of the Brighton Seminole shine. Must dress as their fathers tate, Vandenberg will be mostly at
(fcdlan reservation, smoke curls up dress the United Nations the next two
prom beneath a fire of logs in a.. But additional opportunity for em. years taking a stand on every international Most Colds Start 1

palmetto thatched cooking "chikee" ployment has brought about a desire issue which comes along.
.4 one of the Seminole camps. HereIn for an education. As nearly} a! Similarly Taft, in the senate, will be ttnnanMdeolditrlkaipnia&ttla; sadoao eo beD Ii the Va-tnstan anolbancyakoaoitomc.bnosul.f'saspa ,U II Deed.-

three generations of a single I could learn, education to the SemInole I required to act daily on economic tabad afleaUoa tnt. &- *4. Follow ejections in U1t
family group-yet a fairly large seg- means learning to speak Eng. Issues of the day. In the past the ldcldl Relieves! *
ment of the entire Seminole nation lish and perhaps to read and writeit. positions occupied by Vandenbergand :1
lor there are only 625 of them in Because the Seminoles are nat Taft have been considered by +t eedoal1&Itakabrathtngosda. YlCKS. .
all florida. urally intelligent, it is no trick for politicians to be detrimental. Usually !!!e Pnvaat eo1& from A
Like most tourists when I first them to learn if they want to. But in such positions, men accumu- IT MM fin ilotDstfusd VA-TRO-M01
14 ]
Tuning & or
tame to Florida, I was startled to the labor demand likewise has interfered late too much opposition in time,
meet face to face these women in with the process. When the and the nomination goes to a governor -
their gayly colored skirts, their high family gets a special job picking (Landon end Dewey) or to an -
bead collars, their astounding hair tomatoes the children go along and outsider (WiQkie) against whom not

dress; the men, less gayly clad but pick, too. There are no penaltiesfor much can be said. '
still with their gay kerchiefs and being absent from school. But we are in an atomic era Tte's a Reason
t cowboy hats: the solemn children, With the shortage of teachers oi now. We are seeking progress
replicas of their mothers in their every kind it is unlikely that the toward peace and production. If
1 the active Republican leader-
-
ship should succeed in dettrer- itS Pleas-in'! '
lag one or both, the step from :

the senate to the White Bouse '.

might be shorter than that from lI'a tile the,rkMasfeg tobaeea taff tptdalj tmtrit .

Albany. bure agahst bagel Wt.-..... Aftrt.
; Vandenberg already has been an- De twtfs hrgest-ttEag toa* ct>!
;" Bounced as the next president by the
jovernor-elect of Michigan although -
he renounced intent also
raft is in an excellent tactical posi-
tion since he adroitly retired from
the last race in favor of Bricker (who 4 a
now has similarly bowed In favor of -
Taft)_ And of course Warren of o
California, Martin of Pennsylvania,
Btassen of Minnesota (an announced
candidate) and Martin of Massachusetts -

may be running along with
tome others who could make it a

:lose fight. Thus my present con- ., .x
clusion is that the chances of Van-

denberg and Taft if added together, :
tSpMwivo /5
are certainly much better than Dew-
ey's Unless they kill each other

off or split, they could beat him

:oda,.
Biggest strictly political news of
the elections was the breakdown

jf the Democratic city machines. k .

4; "it' a Those machines, plus the South, sty P.t fort sta

were the Democratic party. But
Kelley is clinging to Chicago only
by a clutch en his own hair (he lost

Seminoles cluster around chikee in native costumes deep in Florida half the most important Cook coun-
Everglades. ty offices). having- delivered the next EspY
mayoralty race to an antagonistic
bright, flowing garments shopping I supply ever will quite reach the Democratic leadership. Dewey did
at the Five and Tenf demand even on the part of the busy not similarly crack the Tammany
It is hard to believe that these Seminoles The school in the Ever. machine in New York, but a Republican
gayly; clad yet modest folk so un- glades is closed at present. Undoubt- presidential candidate might.
warlike that only three (so far as edly when conditions change and The Hague: leadership went further
I know) enlisted in World War II the Seminole again is confronted toward inconsequence in New Jer.

and none were drafted, once defeated with job competition the government sey and the Republicans earned
the United States forces in three will be called upon to furnish Boston for the third time in history.

wars stretching from the time of the White Man's learning in larger So the Republican race now is F
the Revolution until 'almost the end doses and with fewer interruptions. beating the bugle, with the

Df the last century. In any case neither prosperity nor knowledge that its nominee like I J e.i.e
By then, with their Chief Osceola education has as yet caused the ly will win the White House-and 4 Sal'f
E tricked into capture while at a peace Seminole to complain about his the race is wide open. # X11 D4 tobjee0pea',
,\ parley, all but 150 of the Seminoleswere housing situation. A few modert: The candidates today con.trol 5. _, titan
dead or had yielded to mass houses built various
on one reservation
were so many divisions of the vote no \, t OssA and
deportation to the West. But the 150 left unoccupied, except for ore
:one would have a nominating ma. pst9
in. Because of that fact
porch. There
sever gave is nothing wrong with jority Warren will have the Pacific
the tradition has grown that they I a Seminole chikee A chikee really
are still at war with the United ought to be translated "room" instead coast and probably Rocky Mountain
area, Vandenberg and Taft will divide -
States. I of "house," since there are as
the Midwest, and Dewey can
It is true that no formal peace many separate chikees as required
the
get a substantial following in
was signed-they have i jfor each
treaty ever family They are of twc
the
East and South, although big
had no chief since Osceola died in ; different types, one for cooking and would be s s
captivity-but the Seminoles have i one for sleeping and hving They Pennsylvania delegation
for Martin. If Taft and Vandenberg THE III $ .
made Kcfcts I."c.-
full citizenship. However, they consist of a thick palm-fan roof with
-' get together *ne might win; if a MM*a.Ti-UAMD ou orar ;
and voluntarymove
formal
first low-hanging "eaves"
their supported or
j deadlock ,' the nomination
ens s,
and
reconciliation cooperation -
toward poles and rafters There are nc
in 1938. A group of Sem- walls In the living hut but there u would go to soineone like the Martin popular -
Warren of California or PIflNff@
inole leaders, meeting with Amer- a platform a couple feet off the theoretically
Df with Dewey
Pennsylvania,
ican officials in the Everglades then ground and usually a bunk-like the back-
asked the government for schools, bench which can be used for the looming large in
but not as large as
ground, perhaps
hospitals and better horses and for women as a work table, as well as the Ohio group which could nearly / !
sleeping.
,cattle. run the party if it works Washington
A program immediately was These dwellings are airy an right i -.ea
things rightPersonally
drawn up and entered into with goodwill and would be damp during a tons
on both sides, but it la a question sub-tropical rainstorm if it were not I am saving my money THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE1ijiJJlltt
and all Republican presidential
marking
whether this step baa bad as for supplementary tarpaulin or canvas 1 stories now down to publicity
much teflutnc* en the life! and hab- screens.

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A By HAROLD U tCNDQPOT. DP
t tiJ ;1 .-..:::... Of The Moody Bible laKltut* of CUc al" : : i
KtlMMd W.* ra Krvpap Cntoo. ,
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The Broadway Express: : ;: N':" I'

The Broadway Lights: Add: thnil: Lesson for January 19 :..;f'5 :.. ( .: 4j / 1

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never heard of in my slrJullife.; .: ;
Bandsman Tex Beneke (ending I 'OJ' 1"I
Ltuoc uWeets an n tour of the Southeast with his Glen tested aril c-:,'-,"r.:' by lntera&UJI1a;
::Oll.md of Rc: ;Vo... : : wed to ,
Miller
crew) returned 5e\;!rr'1 tundred -

WHO COHSTIPATUN make ycro fed bux to the r.; moters (of i -
pack at the dickens brings oa stomach rwiEg event) with this explanation: JESUS INTERVIEWED BY a t
"" tote ***** discomfort "We NICODEMUS
: 'H.Dr'. Cskdwera famous sealant didn't draw too well for you;
to quickly pea tit triuer oa lazy "in- orry" He must be quite a feCer. .
Bsrdi", aad hell yon led bright a&4 Ilia 'Ig:ness and her Grace (her LESSON TEXT-J ta 11 U. It. n
chipper M.. what?) manage to have news photon MEMORY SELECnOK-Exe pt a mill N
f DL CALDWEU/S u the wonderful seaM taken of an their sudden "charity" born ae in. ,. cuMt '" Cia klcjiomGod. a
Ulttits .Joba 35.
caetaiaed in good old SjnaF
pn to Bike it so easy to Uie. rork. Its that "build-up campaign"
MANY DOCTORS So remove the odor of a 1838 photo
BSS pepsin prepsrs.t How does ate become a Chrs: I
sat ia pretcripCKHif to mate the meit- ihowing the nook giving the Nazi of Sic
the
tia\af This question
was
i c III nr ptlaubl and
Mreet t* ji&lute in Berlin! when those soandKM -
tan. So b* care year liuare U eoa- demos, and it is the question in t3
tuo4 in Syrup Pepsin. were winning Too late Bub. hearts and minds of thousands ii !

INSIST ON OK. CALDWUL's-tht"- A newsprint industry may stan generation The answer ;
rft el BriBwu a Alaska soon. No money every I
t> $ for 50 jeart,tad fed dear and definite ?
' tint wfcofeMcn rebel ton constips- around Yon should see it throwt
tiE-.ftsicky chOdrca lore IL.CAUTION sway at a Florida dice house The only entrance into the Chr
:CM only u directed. lave you seen the Grand Central flan life is by the door of the ne

itation's first two white Red Caps? btrth. Regeneration is the act
God whereby the divine nature

DR. CALDWELL'SYt1JA Life's Little Jokes: The Betel imparted to the believing sinner r

Wlneceff Atlanta) was beaked be becomes the child of God. 1
LAXATIVE to capacity that twfal night. who has not entered by this w;

e.. Many of the folks who ceaJda't has not entered at an He is sf
SYRUP PEPSI dead in and tins, wi-
get room there were test t* hotels trespasses
around the earner on out God and without hope (E*

-omptly Relieves Coughs From Laekie street! 2:1, 12).
l The Pharisees who looked f,

k 1ACHINICHESICOLDS tallies in Our Alley The Jarg the coming of the Messiah as a se

lit studio audience isn't in H'wood ular conqueror wondered at tfc

X here, but in Nashville Tenn., new spiritual leader It was pro Serve Waffles for Any Occasion! :
when "Grand Ole Opry" entices ably as much on their behalf as b (Set recipes below) S
1,000 people every Saturday night own that Nicodwnus came to i
tMp Break Up Swfec CMC: ****.! Emily Posf book of etiquette quire of Jesus In answering h Versatile Waffles

RUB ON (according to aD bookshops at military questions Jesus reveals the nece. LYNN CHAMBERS MENUS
posts) is reported Best Seller sit), the nature, aDd the method c
One of our simpler foods: the wat
- No. 3. Sold more than 90,000 copies regeneration.I. te, can be served in an amazing Ham a la King on Waffles
last year It..at published in 1921. The New Birth-a NecetsKVY .
rarity of ways. Add a few variations Green Peas with
Mushrooms
Polan Banks (not so long ago) ( 1-7). to the original waffle recipe
bAd a mar piece titled: "The Prest Our Lord's visitor was a man c and you have a Molded Carrot Salad
!ent'. Daughter," which was bk distinction and standing in the cots '1 wonderful newbreakfasttreat Beverage Baked Apples

what happened to Margaret in New munity, but Jesus was not undul: e.,

York recently It was about the impressed by the dignity and big} or Sunday night

mythical daughter of a president station of his visitor, nor by the via supper special. Chocolate Waffles: Add i squaresof

eluding her guards to keep a date itor's courteous aknowledgment cc Instead of a chocolate, melted, add 4 cup of

with a colyumist Juliet Lowell, his own position as a great teacher sauce, serve it sugar and 1 teaspoon of vanilla :
author of "Dear Sir or Madam" With decisive boldness Jesus declares with fresh or batter. Serve with whipped cream

{'clickerature) will do a piece on war that this man, 'a cultured! stewed fruit or a for dessert.

humor for the Encyc Brit Jolts and distinguished ruler of the Jews huffy whipped cream and you have Rice Waffles: Reduce flour to 1%
La Cerda's new book on Japan under must be born again, if be is to seethe an extra-delicious dessert Or if you I cups, and add 1 cup of cold

MacArthur is out "The Con kingdom of God. prefer, top it with creamed chick- cooked rice to batter with the melted .-
:3ueror Comes to Tea," published bj God is no respecter of persona. in ham a la king, and presto! butter.If .

change to CALOX Rutgers Unlr. Press. Thedoctor of divinity must be bon there's your luncheon dish all your family is fond of waffles,

again just as much as the illiterate ready. then they're bound to Eke raised
for the Ionic effecton Today's short story (courtesy fisherman. D. L. Moody once said Waffles are hearty fare, and that'spleasing waffles for a change:
West 45th street theater marquees that he was thankful was to sucha to those of you home- -

jour smile ): "The Playboy of the man as Nkodemus that Jesus tnakers who have trouble givingthe Raised Waffles.

Flews Coin serAI twewawt Western World." "The Fatal : presented the necessity of the new family enough nourishment on (Makes 9 to U) .
Weakness." "Born Yester ,, birth or men would have said that nippy days. Let them fill up on waf- ; "
1 Ild|>.remove Urn...bring out day." "Annie Get Your only the down-and-outer needed to Its ia all their variety, and the 1 tablespoon sugar
.11 the aatanl liucrt of foot 1 teaspoon salt i i
a Wc. Gun. "Life with Father. be sa>ed. whole family win be pleased as 1
tablespoon hotter
2 A treal ingredient ia Ccloacncountet Hehebeh. Two reasons are given by our punch. 14 caps scalded milk t j!
ntlr m* uc*... Lord for the "must" of verse 7: # ;
You won't be able to run through
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yeast cake dissolved la
wbicla bus I COOK d"caoa gums The Late Watch: Didjez know i (1) The Kingdom of God is a spiritual ;.
iH these different suggestions I'm *
...btlp auk them ana and 4 cup lukewarm water
roc?.lODe up your lII Ie...wlda that regular burglary insurance :, Kingdom and cannot be: en- giving for waffles immediately, so 2 cops floor i
OIoz! policies will not insure against loss tered by way of our human nature; lip the ideas and save them 2 egg yolks
ItWM i. jwaw /W. w.--. by theft by a kin living with the in and (2) "that which is born of the they're wonderful to have on hand 2 egg whites
lit yams ., fir kmh.i, lured If yez want an elephant flesh Is flesh" and is radically and for the different occasions I've Just

Instead of a new car, the price is essentially bad. To learn why thatis mentioned and your menus-whethir Add sugar, salt and butter to

now $7,000. Newest whim of the true read Jeremiah 13:23 and for snack or breakfast wiQ milk. When lukewarm, add dissolved .
gels who dunno what to do with their Galatians 51921. sever fall into doldrums. yeast cake and four. Beat

money: A lipstick bruai made ol Scripture on this point is almost Peanut butter waffles are tasty and weH Let rise overnight (make
sable hair with 14-karat evening before if want waffle
gold you
genuine diametrically opposed to much ol have a softer crust than the erdi- ,
handle. Ham Fisher just got tc the teachings in our schools and waffle They're breakfast fare, for breakfast). Add well-beaten egg

Florida. A doyty trick consideringhe colleges. But God's Word is right; but pary may be served for a light supper yolks Bake,in then waffle stiffly beaten nhites
left Joe Palooka snowed in iron.
up let us follow it with 'n salad
the mts Insiders hear soup Now. here's
Happy II. The New Birth-a Mystery a grand variety of
Chandler will scold Durocher in pub. (vv. 8-11). Peanut Butter Waffles. sauces that may be used with waffles
he via a display "of power" between for different occasions. These
God has graciously revealed tc Makes 7 waffles)
Th t to art what MILES them. The city's next headache us "all things that pertain unto lift of course, may be made up ahead<
UTTtlflLLS.r...Sollttlloal will when the shovelersdemand 8 peanut butter to time
come snow tablespoons save before serving, and
know
bat-OH NYI So", ,,_,y.ta and godliness, through the
...... So coat.al..t sad higher wages or else edge" of Christ (H Pet 1:3). But > tablespoons fat kept stored in Jars under refriger
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.rdag yes as aces.e Whirlaway soon will be a Krandpap- X eggs ation.
Uutto. It'l good to know that it is true-and we say quite appropriately -
this luau. work ware roa-not py. Zilbonaire Jock 'Whitney is true that he has some li cups bottled milk Ice Cream Satire.
-&alDat you. MILES LITTLE rru.s"s.daa" said "net to be interested" in the film 1H cops floor
vhtr many bash laatr..e"pa.b"Cot.packa4.tress things hidden in his own blessed (Serves 10 to 12)
yew fmttj :business anymore. Poor Jock, he counsels. We know the experience 3 tablespoons sugar
drv&fttac. CAUTION i Not t* an't afford to make 3 teaspoons baking power 1
: any more cop heavy cream
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b.BMdirhea Momln l I JM of the new birth. We see the blessed
. or otber.ymptome at <2t- nunyee. results of regeneration. But what U teaspoon salt 1 err

I cttta srs stoat.Tale only M. MvrfWppa actually takes place is a divine Cream peanut butter and fat to- 34" rap granulated sugar
1We. LabonttriNolK. New York Novelette: When Add beaten and blead li cap melted batter
tlUuut. InA.LITHE mystery, not fathomable by human fether. eggs
Rnssel Crosse double-checked I vanilla
reason. Those who insist that all lrH. Add mQk. Sift flour, measure teaspoon
the Washington data for the" hit spiritual truth be put through t and sift again with sugar. Beat egg until light add to Rgai
show, "State of the talon be little norm of their intelligence will baking powder and salt Add milk and beat well.

41LES Pi us phoned his friend, Tom Stokes, never understand it or receive its mixture to dry ingredients. Mixttstfl Fold in melted .. !

whose news coverage of the capital blessing (I Cor. %:14). smooth. Pour onto hot waft butter and mix .
-- is Big-Timey. When the .
The striking illustration of the iron and bake 3 to S minutes. well. Fold in

Let the Ads Guide show was ready Grouse interest offered ufe-givicg and energizing wind A good basic waffle: recipe maybe whipped cream j
Stokes a one per cent
varied in countless ways. The and vanilla then
used by Lord is most illuminating
YouVhen Shopping la its chances-to chew his ap- our but the mixing easy and need take but a place mixture to 1f"I. f
preciation. Stokes said Wind is unseen, results .
of its movement are evident few minutes.: refrigerator tray I ;:.o
thanks, n*. Mrs. Stokes
however asked Croose if she Even so the spirlual rebirth of met Plain Waffles. to chin. -

When Your could Invest $750 in it. Sure. Is an enigma! to the worldly man (Makes C waffles) Hot Fudge Since.
but even he can see its results ir
said Crowse Well "State el
; Makes 1 i )
godly living. 14 sifted all-purpose floor caps
Back Hurts- the Union" never has an empty cops
pew -and cinema rights sold fora We know that regeneration Is not! I uupoo 'bakiDc powderU 2 squares unsweetened chocolate

And Year Strength and mere S7SI.OM. only a possibility, but an actuality. teaspoon salt H cup water
Energy la Blow Tar a fact; in truth, the greatest of aJ I eggs 1V4 cops core syrup

vT *. -.** b dl..edee d ui It happened the other night in tinidtown IU cups milk 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
.....
My faMtlw facts.m I tablespoons melted butter or fat
Vutt M .p=:.iit. Ftr trnty -y restaurant on 7th avenue The New Birth-a Reality Cook chocolate and water over

.the t. kids.y.tied, f.a...t M::.anearablaHw ..awryaddd in the 400 block. A man and a (w. 16, IT). gift together dry ingredients. Beat t direct heat for 2 minutes, stirring
aM MM war aau.r urn eMt."r iroman were waiting for dnneiwhen Just as there was healing end eggs with an egg beater until light ; constantly. Remove from beat add

.,.. .... she suddenly fell font ard. life a look at the uplifted: serpent Add milk and [ !1 corn syrup Simmer for 10 minutes,
s pp.mi.wi..-. dd rnIsa.tttat The man grabbed his hat and coal in tLe wilderness (Num 21::1), sc butter. Add this .... stirring occasionally Add vanffia. ,
cep inns< >' .%'-ui e pt..tw.nt.g.Lawny .4.b' .rya and started to go but was stopped there is life for a look at the Crucified to sifted dry

..., .etw aa'1aC tI.as.r .alel. 'You can't leave her that way" hens One. Faith receives God's per- ingredients and I Butterscotch Since.

k14afI er bbsd.r.Tbra.toald tmi.g told by the manager. A doc- feet provision for sin. beat until smooth. (Makes 1 pint)

:etas deebt s.glae'D. tf.t ptsspter..ea.et C tor in the place pronounced her Verse 15 may well be regardedas Bake on wafie 1 cup sugar

..... I'\ZI&y. It tI ba..tr Ie o.yy- a ;dead. The escort looked btk the greatest sentence in the iron according to i *4 cap cora synrp
...sJetM slows startled and annoyed and agair manufacturer" s
:. : t. greatest Book in the world. It 1 tablespoon batter
;haw ba.1Asd aM oPp started to leave. The manager, s presents the whole plan of sahrat directions. H pint thin cream'
t. .jwra Aw at aa drag draw alter and a patron held him back n-its source, its ground its rev Cbeese Waffles .
Di. t t.dp. Cook until a soft ball forma when
HeoWda.t respond at first
cheats its condition, and its re Add 1 cup grated
!but finaBy admitted he didn't kssia suit Cheddar cheese tested in cold water. Remove'from

DOANS PILLS her name He'd met her-1C ; to above recipe Ii i fire and serve not or cold. Thia with--
.minutes befcre t with melted fat 1 cream, if desired.I .
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, PAGE EIGHT GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT FKIDIY. JANUARY IT, tOn
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(Continued from Pace 4) session on the above date with all I ion on the above date with all: letter to Rep. W. J. Hendry of creating the game and fish commission -
March of Dimes to fight the notorious members present: Luvenla Gorman members present: Elizabeth Ewing. Okeechobee from Attorney General I stated that it was not the i

crippling disease infantile T. H. Snell Velton Walters. Luvenia! Gorman and T. H. Snell. Tom Watson which said that the intent of the legislature to Include

paralysis) was never greater than it *C. E. Fleming trustee from The minutes of the former meet- ban on seining was in conflict with Lake pkeechobee.

is right now. Over 25,000 cases falmdale, also sat in on the meet- Ing were read and upon motion byMr. state conservation board authorityand There was every Indication that

were reported in 1946. And because Ing.The Snell, seconded by Mrs. Gor- indicated that he would file a I Bell would file an Immediate aael j

of contributions to the Marchof purpose of the meeting was ]man and carried were approved as quo warranto suit against the fresh for a hearing before the state **-

Dimes your county Infantile for consideration of the proposal of 1 water fish and game commission.Also preme court and It also appears

Paralysis Chapter is able to care the city commissioners on the site read.Upon motion by Mrs. Gorman a letter from Richard H.I likely that the Moore Haven ease

for anyone unfortunate enough to for( the new school building viz.. I Ii seconded by Mr. Snell and carried. Simpson of Monticello. co-sponsor will aUo reach the state's highest
contract this malady. A clinic has i Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00)for all bills presented for payment were of the constitutional amendment'I court.
Pal-n Blocks 5$. 65 and 67 of the approved.
ba established at West
Death where all patients from this townsite of Moore Haven, Florida Motion by Mrs. Gorman, seconded -

area are sent for treatment with with the provision that the city re- by Mr. Snell and carried, that
tain title to lots 8 and 9 of Blocks he meeting adjourn Sine Die
all expenses paid by the chapter.
65 and 67 aDd that the Board of ELIZABETH EWING
Doa't think of your donation as the HOAIOGFMZEDVITAMIN i
Public Instruction deed to city iI
a gift. You are really Investing in lots 8 and 9 of Block 66, for a public K Chairman.FARNAM !I
MARGARET ,
insurance against this disease which road to be constructed thereonby
MILK
time. Give Secretary. 'D j
may strike at any the Board of Public Instruction. jI
much and often. The battle must I
After much discussion it was I
1947.
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go on until the disease is removedas cited that the school board was prohibited January And Other Alfet Products
Organizational Meting
a threat to mankind, a day whichwe from using school funds for
all hope is not far off. OB the above date the Glades
roads.
construction of public
County Board of Public Instruction AVAILABLF AT YOUR ,
Mr. Walters made the motion
met for the of reorganiza- \
School Board- that the school board offer the city purpose
tion. The Superintendent of Public GROCERY AND I
commissioners a counter proposition -
Instruction presided and stated
that if the city would deed
Continued from Page hat nominations were in order fur I
( 1) the school board all of Blocks 56. DRUG STORE
chairman.Mr. .
Cfi aad 67 and the south half of
would deed to the board an ad- Saell nominated Mrs. Gorman -
ditional two at the Blocks 55 and 68. that the school
half-blocks\ as chairman and motion was
north side of this property, the board would In turn improve beau- made by Mr. Walters seconded by LFAPhone
tify and build such private roadsas
hoard would improve beautify and Mr. Snell and duly carried that
the school board deems necessary -
build such private roads as was
nominations be closed< and that Mrs
and expedient. This motion
deemed and expedient.
necessary Gorman be elected unanimously as
was seconded by Mr. Snell, duly put
The city has not as yet discussedthe chairman of the new board. Ii
coaster proposal as a body but and carried. was so ordered. i
iBdirMnal members of the com- The secretary stated that Fred Discussion ensued as to the proposed '
20 Belle Glade Fla. and
mINion have expressed theraeelvea Van De Velde had asked permission alteration or addition to th' ,

as belteviag that this action will to purchase from the board the Lunch Room and motion was made West Palm Beach, Fla.NOTICE.
ZOO feet of beaded ceiling which
neceeeitale placing a price on this by Mr. Walters, seconded by Mr. i
aDd which will largely defray the will be removed from the lunch
Snell and carried that H. C. Taylor
room in making the alteration now -
coat of boundaries of the underway. After discussion it was ,
needed
as prop- his two helpers at such wage as
moved by Mr. Snell. seconded by
erty. they customarily receive for such
school Mr Walters and carried that toe
Minute of the special
work, to make the alteration.
board meeting follows: secretary be instructed to handle Upon motion by Mr. Snell seconded -
the .matter in the way she sees to !'t'.t !
Special Meeting by :Mr. Walters and carried
.
the best interest of all concerned.
January 14. 1S47Tfce the meeting adjourned.MRS. .
Upon motion by Mr. 'Sn il, seconded -
GUdes County Board of D. C. GORMAN
by Mr. Walters and carried
Public Instruction met in special Chairman. Y
the meeting adjourned r: t
MARGARET K. FARNAM, ALL IO\DS Tiir.ouiu MXJARLAMI I\. ( II ARK
MRS. D. C. GORMAN t
Chairman. Seey:$.pt. I t .

Toll of the country's appalling MARGARET K. PA UN AM, I ::: riavATK IO\DS WHICH, ov AND AFTEK: MONDAY. FKB- ,

polio epidemic of 1946 soared above Secretary. Fishing t '
the 25,00 mark it was announced :i j= RUAUY 17, 1947 WILL UK CLOSED TO TIIROtCiH TUIVI1C. !

last week by Basil O'Conner, president -t; January 6, U41. Continued from PaRe 1) y'f
of the National Foundation for The Glades County Board of Public court that Griffin was Hccnaed by OITKSILL HE KKIT LOCKED AND ALL TR}!>- ;;
I Instruction met in regular ses- Y
Infantile Paralysis the state to transport fish from IV tI

............ Lake Okeechobee by the state board I 't': 1'SIX WILL ItK 1('IWSI-cttnu.: :

of conservation and Judge Hawthorne y V y
observed that he "was concerned
that the state would license!!; Y.:. United States Sugar Corporation t.t"i. .

a man to do something and thee .
arrest him for deing it." <. 3: I

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