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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028301:00209

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I I. Severe Ilashes South Florida I II







Red Cross Sets Up Office I Moore Haven First Property Damage Heavy;

I To Get Power On II


For Relief Applications!' Moore Haven-was the first community -I, No Lives Reported Lost

; around the lake to get
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rent back on following the eur-I

Will Assist With Any I 1S ciatd-P ess cane. Power was turned off about! \Vinds of 99 Miles Per'| who were brought there for safety.Two .

noon Wednesday and was back on emergency electric generatorswere
ASked\ I
1' RehabilitationVork l II To Correct \ in the business district Thursday at Hour Recorded In j prepared for use after the

I In AreaMiss noon. Residential circuits were Clewiston power went' off, one of them during
turned on as rapidly as possible and
The following telegram was dispatched the height of the storm. Sugar
everything but street lights were
: this (Saturday morning tot Corporation colored employees were .
Jewel Craves field representative functioning by Friday night.
the Associated Press in an effortto (By Carr Settle) taken care of at the Starch House

of the American Red Cross correct the false reports of damage Water went off about midnight THURSDAY severe hurricane from the various plantations.
from Atlanta has set offices in
up
the Post-offke Arcade to receive to Moore Haven circulated by Wednesday, there being no power whkh swept out of the Atlantic Wind velocities la Clewiston were
for pumping and the tank was
press and radio daring the storm. reported at a high of ninety-nine
applications from people of this emptied. Water was again availablethe Ocean crossed the Florida peninsula I'
reports which have caused mental miles per hour in gust Efforts
area who may be In need of assistance following morning about ten during the day Wednesday and whileno
thousands of people over,
agony to contact
I to sugar officials for a
In rehabilitating their o'clock. loss of life or injury to person
hornet the nation with relatives here report on sugar cane damage and
Associated Press Bureau The Glades Electric Cooperative i has as yet been reported, property
damage to improvements in their
MiM Grave was first assigned to
damage is expected to be very high.
Jacksonville, Ha had all of their lines in operation
various plantations In the lake area
work in Moore Haven but was later
This writer made a quick trip
Thursday night with the exception
given both Clewiston and Moore Efforts to obtain a correction of were unavailing but it Is understood
from Moore Haven Thursday to
of the Ortona circuit which
onFriday
reports by press and was that the sugar cane loss may be
Haven to will divide time betweenthe erroneous Clewiston and to LaBelle to look
radio that Moore Haven was wiped morning. quite heavy.
two communities. Her office
over the damage done by the storm
J hours here will be from two to five away by the storm on Wednesday and since the hurricane and power About eleven o'clock I started
have to date been In vain. We Official Figures
In the afternoon. I' failures have delayed the publica- westward to LaBelle driving in rain
Mack Greene chairman of the local would appreciate a national coverage -
tion of our three papers this week squalls almost alt of the way. 1
Red Cross Chapter has named to the effect that Moore Haven High wind velocity, )IoonII.aim. this report will include somethingof I
has probably suffered less damage was surprised to see so few trees
committee beaded Fred Flanders -
a by
9:: miles I>er hour. this survey made of all three
;' ,s chairman to appraise the than any other community on Rainfall at Locks 5.6O lathe; in communities. damaged by the winds -along the
work needed to be done for the Lake Okeechobee. No lives were road and noted only root damageto
town 1.60 inches. Since I rode out the storm in
various applicants. He will be assisted lost and none was Injured. Property buildings. After leaving the
Low IlaroinrKT, 2).O9. Moore Haven I am a bit more familiar
by H. C. Taylor and M. E. damage Is little higher than in junction of Highways and 2$,
1945. The high wind velocity in Wind Tide high 2241 feet. with what went on in this '
the
, Morrison.It ; however great amount of water
High wind velocity Clew MOD 99 which
gusts, was 92 miles per hour the community suffered severe on the prairie became more and
is understood that Red Cross, miles hour rainfall ;.61 harm
per damage from the UU hurricane.
highest wind tide only five feet evident Where had
more pastures
aid will be forthcoming only to JlK'tt"r 29.O3.Insurance. said
to have been quite similar to
above normal maximum lake
the
been a few days before there were
those people who are unable, financially -; the this
one week and lacking but
elevation. Power was back on here
great lakes of water covered with
to help themselves. As is
in less than 24 hours and water was Adjuster one day of happening on its anniversary. whitecaps. At the opening of Okoa-
who
usually the case most of those
off than twelve. The city isprobably Wind at Moore Haven
less loacoochee Slough; through the Hen-
it have suffered the greatest damageare Here First of WeekAn
flooded less than it was reached a velocity, highest gust dry pasture there was more water
in this category. I rainfall in July. of 92 miles per hour with a sustained a
by than I had seen there, personally
that damagewas I
fact
Because of the
velocity
CARR SETTLE company during the height of since 1925 and as I neared LaBelle
feared insurance of Fort
not as great here as was the storm of about
few' City Manager. Myers advised Friday that an ad!i sixty miles per I noted that the water was comingup
>_ it will probably require only a hour. Wind blew, until after the
days to complete the taking of ap The first open telegraph line was juster would be sent to Moore Ha- storm from pretty close to running over the ..
center passed, the north
plications. available this morning .from the ven early next week probably Tue highway from the southland as I

A. C. L. station. Efforts A put thisStoryhDUTDy day. Those who carry storm. insurance and northeast and continued formany turned up town Jrom taa/bfghway

Trains Are--Stopp d 1 ahortwave'radio were and have had damage should I tide.hours No causing appreciable tf*roaslderablewind damage ran-into water ab ut"&'f.o* dee?" la I

apparently in vain, an Army communications get in touch with .. M. Louse by a couple of places across tae.,street. j
At Fisheating CreekHigh truck having been herea Monday. was done to the government levee. At the News office I found that most ,

couple of days and was asked to Most of the damage so far noted of the roof had departed and sinceit I

-- correct these stories. has been to roofs of buildings re had again started to rain the '

water in Fisseatiog Creek -- -. - - Two Levee BreaksIn sulting la damage to furnishingsfrom lack of roof was appare-.. Ran ;

hu washed the fill out from under City CommissionHas Diston IslandIt I the rain Three houses were into George Burcaard at tie drag i

the Atlantic Coast Line tracks near .knocked off the foundations are, store and he told me that the damage I

Palmdale and all trains into the I Bond Drawing '| almost a total loss. One of these in LaB lie had been Ddli&tble.

'glades are being stopped at Palm- was fortunate for the people of j near the center of the town was confined largely to roofs and leaks

dale until repairs are made .; At Tuesday MeetingThe Moore listen that they were secure, owned hv I. 1. Moouv, one on Baker and he estimated that the winds ...

It will probably b*- Monday before I behind the big government levees Highway by V. It Womack and one had not risen above 75 miles per

trains will resume schedule| -- business transacted tt.dnt-sday for with me coming ot in the northwestern 'e
according to J. B. Fotvr, local,: most important the dawn Thursday a break war Mr*. Elizabeth Kurdied\ alone :No tinued which made a survey very ;

agent IB the meantime passrngr m|I at the rather brief meeting found in the old levee, that which one was hi either of the house difficult and it was evident that the

and mail an fcetag brought on down "f the City Commission Tuesday broke and Hooded the town in 1926 when they went down. The city citise&s: were more alarmed Uy the }!

by truck to Moore Haven, Ck-wis-' exening was the drawing for the and which is now used as the outside fire station a metal building, was I rising flood water than they were ,

ton and Lake Harbor j fifty city refunding bonds which Diston Island levee' The break 'I virtually destroyed as was the hats 1 by the wind damage dose by the \
morning -! was authorised at a recent meeting- occurred just a hundred yards or so ment
A report this Saturday recently set up by the VFW hurricane. When I returned to the

is that water bad receded about The fifty bonds representing an be east of the No. 1 *nui.tag station:, post. The courthouse: as usual was I highway and started toward Fort i'

eight Inches In the creek. Apprehension indebtedness of iaees will and was discovered early Thursday I opened for those who did not wish Myers the highway was all underwater .;

for the highway bridge was purchased the latter part of the moraine by Vernon Bryant district to leave town and :yet did not trust!! from the courthouse to the '!

felt for some time at the same cross- year at the next Interest paying engineer, when he west to inspect staying in their own homes. The I corner and there I turned around.As .

lag and State Road crews were I I period. They' must be advertised in the pump. Seepage water from the'' cornice was blown off of this build-! I headed back east" the water

standing by in case the bridge)I I the local newspaper and in a New lake had built up a big head backof ing by the high winds and three' had already risen sufficiently that

started out. This danger Is now York financial journal. the old levee and it broke at a i large windows were blown out but It was pouring across the highway

apparently over.Watches Richard Archbold. chairman of I l weak point beside a control culvert none was injured. Trees and and there was evidence that it

!I the board of directors of the Glades'I I pouring tons of water into the section I j shrubbery took a terrific beating I would keep on rising for the rain

Gar Fish Eat Electric Co-operative and W. B., along the lakeshore toward and several trees were blockading I was coming down la sheets.I .

I Irby, manager, appeared before the town. Half the roof was torn from I streets this morning.In \I Feldt
that
wu told damage to
and Bream commission to discuss the possibility . the pump house and the Interior
Bass automatic equipment and mud. Clewiston the loss of trees and and Immokalee was probably much
of installing I was covered with water
water. Under shrubbery was even higher and heavier than in LaBelle for those .
John Whidden local commercial for pumping) city with' Bryant soon found a bulldozer three of the principal residential communities were closer to the center '
the terms of the contract S. Sugar Corporation
fisherman. said that yesterday he I, the city belonging to the U. I streets, Pasadena. Osceola and Es- of the hurricane which enteredthe
the Co-op pumps
the city and it to work closing
sight which he had never their put peranza. all on the north side of the state at Fort Lauderdale early
saw a water In lieu of taxes on the levee break while a crew was
before and which he would like there is some! highway were impassable to traffic Wednesday morning and crossed the
teen
Since
here. I the
plant pump
to have photographed At a bridge)I whether or not the at work cleaning up because of the trees blown state Into the Gulf south of Fort t
question as to three o'clock the break
the Lakeport road he saw several will permit house. By across them. Australian pines bore Myers. My last report was that it
on Health
State Board of and the in operation.
large gar fish catching small bream I the use of this automatic equipment was repaired. pump the brunt of the punishment and was sweeping up the coast only }

and bats brought In by the floodwaters action was deferred until such most of them were uprooted. in : fifty miles or so ,out.

and eating them as fast &II representative of this Then came a report that another I some cases bringing sidewalk up I AU communication lines havebeen :
time a
they could gobble them down. He body can as be present to discus the break bad occurred in the same : with them. Roots here also brought] snarled by the high.winds and .

was shooting the ears with a '2tralibre -1' matter' with both boards. There was levee' at the Shawnee Farms pumping i the greatest damage ranging from I it may be several days before telephone I

rifle and as they opened their also some discussion of the new station. Full details of this I a few shingles carried away by the and telegraph facilities are I

months when shot the smaller fish. city rate which will go into effect break are not known but it was even I wind to huge sections of roof sheeting again restored to nse. Power was

would be emitted, several at a In October.A more refloat than the one near town carried away with the roof. The off in Moore Haven for about i

time. I the drainage and required considerably more time metal roof at the Suggs garage was twenty-tour hours. Clewiston and I

The fishermen knew that the gar I meeting scheduled with that night.]I I to repair It was plugged finally.J I badly damaged and one of the big LaBelle were still without power rat

was a dangerous predatory fish but,; committee, because of the imE -' but only after this big farm had I! sliding doors was torn off and rolled noon today but ClewUtoa by i

this was the first opportunity. "1"d.l'E was postponed been flooded to a depth of a couple I i almost a block. Greatest damage Friday morning. .j

den said that he had had to see f pending storm. of feet. The district pumps are BOW I seen, however was to the Swindle The highest wind tide was recorded

them in action. 'nnr.E beginning to lower the high water Garage on Pacific Avenue a two-I" at the Belle Glade hurricane gate. -.

I I UOK.VT 1 TORE! 'I table and should have things dry\ story block building with the entire | Rainfall figures were cot available ..;

I10TK FOR FISHKRMKXM The worst damage done by the in a few days.SCHOOL second story torn away. Almost .i i except trom Moore Hun where f .

store was to all of the root on the new: 4.CO inches of rain feel during the
l larnad CM art rn**tevl yesterday storm to any local OPE.XS MOMUTPrincipal ::
the Parkinson when a great patch of I Davidson Building was torn off and: progress of the storm, ending at f.-!
that there wa a rumor to the interior flooded hy rain. One ;
the today
off flooding noon '
effect that a circuit Ju.lge.t I -'( the roof was blown water. No estimate )(. MocrW. announced of the big plate glass "windows was Principal damage ft9tpthe hurricane
the constitutionality , interior with
laths after hearing on store to the stock has' this (Saturday) morning that also shattered although bearded appears to hive been'dose by t
the amendmentcreating of damage
r. of fr....h water I been given and would have been I school would definitely reopen up. A plate glass window at the ocean tides along a considerable i -

the 1&IIM'.ad several people been Monday morning. All bu are etprctcd Clewiston Motor Company was also portion of the Cast-Coast, principally .
that he had found greater had not
fish commission building and to be< able to make the run broken. at Miami and Fort Lauderdale -
amendment and declared taking refuge In the I
fla". in the that time.Hawatt Eaton t
illegally. This story worked to remove turaUare. etc.. by The United States Sugar Corpora. Beaches. The Boca
it opcwiting:
but the leaks. lien opened the office building to. army base was badly wrecked.
beneath
corroborated from
hen ( ,
IUM not Jet in lone of '" became a territory of the white refugees from the storm and :Residents ef-Hendry and Glade .

I... aid to have Tribune been this an week which'! The original Constitution- of the railed States by the adoption of Hi I the Clewlston Inn was crowded to\Counties, generally are> offering ;

the Tampa ddivtrvd became of tolled States was}adjpftd iu ITS* Organic act by the United StateiC i capacity with patrons and with pa. fervent thinks to Providence thai.

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MRS! Opportunity Knox i .ASK ME 1 A quiz with answer offering ;;

Din Farm Income Show/ Big Gain; Ernest Bevin British foreign secretary ANOH R information on various subdj{ :

has panning for the I r '!
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New European Crisis Looms; gold buried in Fort Knox Ky. -:
1 His idea as he outlined it In s Question their fire till they could see tb,:
speech before the British trade un whites of their opponents'
Rail Workers Given Pay Hike Ion congress, is to 1. Do sharks have to turn over eyer:

redistribute "the ,: to bite? The Answers
wrj j Bl.*Md by Wtf(era Newspaper union _ _ _ _ Fort Knox gold" to .. 2. Is white a color? 1. No a shark can bite-any it$
.. ''EDITOR" t4OTEs .. ...re.s.1 .. lam. ...I..aLa.., ... tam .r blood is there in "
.* 'h..... iii...,.,.. wae..p.l.". ..'. .... .r.aaalJ.1a ... ... ....-.u., .. ta4 ........r.) eliminate recurring 3. How much up. .
*'4 periods of chaos in ,.,.Ja the human body? I 2. Yes it is a combination
... 'i sr' c +s Ct world trade pays 4. Who was the first president all of the colors of the spectrus _
R. 1! ments. of Texas after its declaration of independence Black is the absence of coler. -.
... It was obvious. ? 3. From one to one and a hat .,
.... however that Bev- 5. What city in the U. S. is one gallons, the quantity varying w3 '
J In was more concerned mile above sea level? the size of the individuaL

.,1P'IIIr specificallywith 8. ,The Boston Tea Party took 4. Sam Houston.
the present Ernest Bevin place in what year? 5. Denver Colo.
-, British economic 7. In what battle were American 6. In 1773 (December II). -
5-1 wji raL chaos than with world trade in gen I troops ordered to withhold 7. The Battle of Bunker HUt

UKFt He was quite sure he said that -
*' redistribution of the gold hoard Slow in Ratifying
u*. MTFR $W4TJi to
which the U. S. has salted away U
.* I "one of the readiest ways to assist Although the first ten amend- -

FIe in increasing the purchasing powerof ments to the Constitution of the
I Ftoi the devastated areas of the +uusnetsunctt
u. S. were submitted to the states tern
Clan "
world. In 1789 they were not ratified until I
01. 'If you find another gold mine hi 1939 by Connecticut Georgia and
.f, Ii.I-} the world it would assist you-It i Massachusetts. I air oowtt tree .
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..1 ji I MMK nF ...r.-._ J the U.REACTIONIn S.. economists and Piston rings cost less than smoke refit;

First U. S. troop replacements, sent to Italy because of Russia's treasury department officials
r delay in ratifying peace treaties, are pictured as they disembarked atLethorn. had their own opinions ofBevln'l Even bojr know a smoking exhaust Dttat
ii' w Russia since has signed the treaties, bat troops now must proposaL They ran the burping n.1.waited power maybe costly
pri! remain in Italy until ratification of Italian treaty is 90 days old. gamut of scorn from "crazy"to engine damage. U-out.car smokes Aprobably
needs new Sealed Power&ba
Cot "cockeyed. Said one treas- I Rings.There's a Sealed Power Ring get -
FARM INCOME: class 1 roads, were awarded 15%- ury man: "if they want some I engineered for your car,truck _,
irj
wets cent hourly wage increases by an gold they can get it the same I i or tracts engine, whatever the Bake'
} C reat CainLatest arbitration board. The unions had way we did-by paying $35 an 1:4 model or cylinder wear condition. See .
Ilyj sought an increase of 20 cents an ounce for It." I your Sealed Power Franchise Dealer.
'v e round in a heavy barrage hour. li -
Save oil
save gas restore power
: >f statistics apparently destined to
make the American farmer feel Pointing out.that the wage boost would be a great advantage-but '
s'ec .
T' that he is an unbelievably fortunate will cost railroads an additional there is gold which already has been 4, Sad, lafonniti paetallar{Haunted ... .,:"
nan was an agriculture department $438,340,000 annually the Associa- mined and it is doing nothing." booklet no T mjt to_
report that the nation's farm own- tion of Western Railways found itself And in what might have been a I ad.rn If yoo* free lad almonry.Power end IIIq. .

net irs are taking in more money than a loophole by asserting that sly attempt to rally U. S. public Sealed MIMq08 Car aJuaalltltl ,
pll ever before. greater revenue now would be need opinion behind him, Bevin presented i I-
thl It was estimated that total farm ed to offset the pay increase.It this clincher: "My own conviction E tKtinD5tttt
tai rash receipts during the first eight was immediately apparent is that the United States handicapped -
i months of 1947 were 17.4 billion dollars where the "greater revenue" would herself and caused high tax-
:: a 21 per cent gain over the come from. Major railroads, which ation in her own country by failureto
B4 tame period of 1946, itself a record already had presented the interstate redistribute the Fort Knox gold."
sol! rear. commerce commission with a re-

Ca The report said that the average quest for an average 17 per cent SECOND GUESS: -- - -

by in; arm>f $2,541 operator from realized agriculture a net and income goyirnment freight strongly rate of asking increase for an were even thinking larger Unnecessary War II U. s... wbtga4.. l10ndL I _

111cl fear farm income skyrocketed still One of the more ominous notes living ex-president, turned up in the I
llgher as a result of continuing unprecedented sounded by the railroads was the news with a startling theory that '
to demands for produce. report that they were consideringan might have saved a lot of lives If it '
"An increase of 24 per cent in increase of 5 to 10 per cent a had been thought of in time.
Inc prices,.' was singled out by the report ton on the cost of hauling coaL He was quoted in a magazine ou ersmoking
as the chief reason for the article as saying that it was not
lit rooming income. necessary for the U. S. to have en- ,
n< But tha picture bas another side BONDED ered World War II, and the Japanese Joy !
h.. -that of farm expenses. Operating never would have staged the I ]
If. posts continue to increase and alaI Vets Cash In Pearl Harbor attack "if we had not '
( though no estimate was made for given them provocation."
= 1947 the fanner's went Draft time had rolled around 'I
up The
expenses
73-year-old Republican
was Prince Albert's rlcb tob .
to
-tastl.g c pcUUy
again for millions of ex-G.I.s but -
) cent in 1946. Nevertheless if ,
-c4 per quoted as adding. "My theory is
treated to Insure
'0 Jhe; agriculture department's estimates this time it was more in the natureof that if we had kept out of the inv j against tp.Wt..
bank draft P.A. Is the world's Urx.st- .tUnr tobacco
in a as veterans all over
accurate the increase
a are mediate conflict, we could have put !
d (arm income greatly outweighs the the nation fell happily into line tp our sword on the table, with our I
a I'multaneous rise in expenses. cash bonds., their terminal leave pay economic resources intact, and A Joy in Pipes . .

made a decent peace when the time
CRISIS.. AGAIN: Virtually every city reported that for peacemaking came." He said
t ,
hordes of veterans had descendedon he never believed that Britain was
b frans/usion? banks in an unprecedented rush in danger of defeat. : THERES N0

v l Life these days. Secretary of
TOBACCOuKEppJNCEALERT
i tote George Marshall has discov- t RI COLORS: OTHER
t jred. is bounded on all sides by one
1 risis after another. flue and Cry ; '

4 Ko sooner had he returned to the One of the most recent manifes- pRTON6UF'E/$

17. S. from Brazil with the mutual tations of the slightly pathological COMAORTAN _
I American defense treaty tucked condition which prevails in the U. S. lPE ,
t. lately under his belt than he was I practically aQ the time is the hue - TASTY SMOKIMTve -
reset with calls for succor from and cry (especially the hue) now -
i lebilitated Europe, which appar- being raised in an effort to get the
1 jntly, was sliding swiftly down the f treasury to print rainbowcoloredmoney.
I rays toward utter ruin. _
I It's a matter of putting dough in "

.3 Insiders said the European ? smoked Princo Albert ia
situation really was desperate. Ii the chromatic scale. ; ., my pip for years,* says J.w. !
<
'. of State Robert Leading proponent of the multihued .. . Dol*.""Th full,rich toUcco 5ax -
Undersecretary
: 'it
t i Lovett had sounded the first currency, possibly because of : "\ .oc of P.A.camas UB ugh nDd ,
the powerful feminine Instinct to and m llow. Crimp cat p
r: t alarm shortly before Marshall'sreturn i tighten things up, is Rep. Edith packs right and burn right.
I when he said that Eu-
to convert their hard-won bonds
Nourse Rogers (Rep., Mass.). She '
; s rope's economic structure was into coin of the realm. Millions of
levels the finger of scorn at the }t. JI!11M w
:".: I cracking up faster than anyone former Joes stuffed millions of dollars treasury for not being color-con'

:. 1 had expected. into their pockets. scious like the post office is with _
;: The fear blowing in on the winds Treasury department requests its stamps. Some American artists -%-"?

from Europe intensified. Precariously that veterans hold their bonds until also have come to the fore in favorof .- |1 1I
balanced Britain remained at they mature at 2l per cent interest pink one-dollar bills chartreuse :
he heart of the trouble, but more I in five years were of little avail. sawbucks and so on. CRIMP Cur "
grief was added by the news that The department feared the inflationary .
ad weather bad struck hard at I impact if all nine million BIG MONEY MAN PRINCEA E' GREAT .
:reps in many European countries vets cashed their 1.8 billion dollars tddSMOKES '
iiis year. Most nations had been : worth of bonds at once. /, ypA.RouS .

breed to use their meager producebr I:, What would they do with the UP EASIER, '.
,
domestic corsumptton rather newly acquired money? A few put t
han for export. There was no profit it back into savings accounts; others !, : FASTER..TASTES R/CN -# tY

n that they said. bought clothes, furniture and ,. ,
Grave doubts were expressed that similar necessities; much of it was Y AVD MEU0W t
I Europe could stave off complete squandered immediately. But one i .1

economic failure until next spring. surprising fact developed: A great : -i- : !
then the Marshall plan is sched- many ex-G.I.s-fami1y men now- 4 .

tIed to BO into effect. were using the store of cash to get "I enjoy the sal cigarettes F b
out from under worrisome
f. r** V S*** i,6" '. .PPtr mart debts. J I let with Prince Albert" -t
For them it
was a case of "dire I W. F. -
Url tint tM ntsio 0 f ., MU tbi, IM lo amdj .b, need. roUt up(.*t and e*.]r hapce ,; uMIf .1Il nlut' art .p Ibt .'tt rI up firm and Baat And P.A. tI
\ ".Awl I.r ..Miff/ <<.-- lr wsf_ ISOTOPES: hat a grand-tasting rich JaYO& l
-I tba 1l'.It"ilf' .1.1 : eooz- -
Y- to ri'RAILROADS" itreattb to s :

: :j : I U. S. OfferRadioactive topes-products of: I U.F.PRINCE(!)Ae asr aaa..rrw }

I American atomic ,. C
research-havi ..rr.+r as Ile.
Steamed Up been offered in limited amounts to
., aQ foreign nations for use in I
railroads and their em- man
J
American a full head of kind's world-wide and unending j
)loyees. generating fight against disease. L LI
team. were getting ready to pull According to c. S. treasury! &(. :
..- ; for a long haul along the mfia The gesture, marking the first ores released recently, tops on
Yilt 19on I'oute-Ot"at least it looked that sharing of the fruits of U. S. atomic the national'saUry hit parade for

ecoD'Jrnic experts ovens loomed more significantly on the year 1945 was Charles P. :...-
some
; xay First to:of *B. a million railroadxorkers'membera the uncertain frontier of global Skanrat west coast theater chain ALBERT. .;. :e-,..
r of 11 nOn-cper- peace than any loan or economicaid marnate. His paychecks totalled I
brotherhoods employed by 130 so far conceived. 13OL1I4 I ,tin!
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Teacher-What is raised iz t ls tdtDQKE WASIlINGTOIl
countries that have wet elmiatesl

Student-Umbrellas.
ill liI' 1'By Man Abort TftI'IIl
supposed to be
TWE endless ,
Doggy I can work in a hurry. It can 'Co-Op Probe Curbed ppULl'1AtIAN

H-./ iltuji ktu tbt Ups 01 make or break you in a week or a THE inside story is that ; Mr. President sounded off to h>
tflW later ketna I iou ycatr lip I month. Or even in a day. lath need not be un- nor ctrclers: about certain senators.

tut lOHfktJ ahem course of a year tt can turn :duly alarmed over the house \Workers Approve Taft Law Said they were a pair>m4heMcroHiac
ikf-Ot, dear,ful la 11.mp I| everything upside down. Especially to the White House. Ho meant
I small business committee In-
rm them Filth .. WASHINGTON. Some national ]
om et I in basebalL Byrd, McKeOar, George ODaniel
This thought happened along as (quisition against farm cooper- leaders are working themselves plus Congressman Raskin. . .

Correction"They w. looked over the records of 'I !atives. Despite advance promises up hotter in their campaign j FDR's death was attributed to various

ten me she makes IMS and un, as of a battle to the death to repeal the Taft-Hartley law and causes none confirmed. Postmaster -
happy wherever she goes."people the roulette' wheel 1 by Representative Walter C. are not trying to live by it. In his General Harmegan (a target

"You mean 'whenever'i" of fate kept spinning Ploeser (R., Mo.) and pres- typical Chicago speech. AFL's Bill for the same killer) says FDR died
sure of big business and the Green dared the Republicans to run from hi-blood presh. . Secretaryof

For one example, National Tax Equality association. Senator Taft for president, promising Commerce Harriman was quoted -
it is Taft the worst defeat in aQ in the gazettes aa alleging that
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT a year ago Mickey predicted that the outcome of ,
Vernon of the Senators ,! hearings over the country wiD presidential history. Green said air travel "eight times more dan.

led both big amount to little and the probe will specifically* there would be no "compromise' serous than railroads" Howcum

leagues with a .353 1: be more cr less a "face savini"'device with the law by the un : the editors neglected to add thai

batting It on behalf of Chairman ions. He promised complete repeal Harriman owns railroadsI ?
average.
BUSINESS fc Plceser and the 'cr, aa he phrased it, "the defeat"of
INVEST.
OPPOL VernoB WM reported that Republican party the law. I -
Larry MacPhan had leadership. "
i lef.l bI SRlbr1Y ,Ny \ffered $159,000 for Vernoa's eon- So if Congressman Ploeser bad A private survey of opinions would wish wishes a bore fat tb"y a
put soaie&mg

rl rsrs r sTN ;, tract, as at that time the Yankee any dreams of becoming a knightin among Green's own workers and I about the way the America paper
others has been made the
had no hard-hitting first baseman : shining armor and a crusader by Opinion -
I- I Letter acted like Udsr
D.TN.ya but ] to sight Research corporation. Prince.
wrist Watea ratio I tan. N. J. (Ds. Claude Robinson Remember when they wetsonly
j Vernon is around 40th
now place
Tor spot Work r Drew. I kids
Accurate and had to act tike
president). This
SWIM pnclatoa movement. Radium among American league hitters. r survey challenges
band band and Ccauioc miinrrala.leather band Dot including over 50 hitters in the > r Green completely, and sets forth a I men.TYeur

able Crystal. Each wa ca> carrtea appa.tp N. L., which would leave Mickey in peculiar condition of workers' opinions

SB written 89 factory. Attach fuaraotcc.remtttaac And* to only tfcia spot close to the 00th mark. A under the title: "The Strange Uncle Sam has started shipping .
.d and mail to rear ago, there were wordy argu- Case of the Taft-Hartley Bill." It munitions to Peron In plain
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M>E.'Sita CL. t WTUJS.$ AaieU DisiritlUr* 11. Calit.Caad tnents as to whether Bob Feller of >! is marked "confidential" and the view at a Hudson river pier. Th
condition it discovered has not been 11 I aalf-tracks and armored
__... Cleveland or Hal Newhouser of Detroit cars an
circular addrecamf* at borne. No envelope ezprrt. nee anBiallinf was the greater pitcher. Bob reported for public knowledge or belief 't clearly: stenciled "Argentina,**

3s esaarr.Ill,Particular. Dtp. W_*_free lasts Go..Maaiea... C...Cant P O I Feller is now in about 20th place namebthis: (Urn. . Kirsten Flagstafs book-
among the winners and Hal New- The workers generally believe '> mg at the Chicago civic: opera boos
PERSONAL I aouser's ranking is in 42nd.A ,, against farm cooperatives, either the bin is a "slave labor bill (in November) wQ be m the role of

Dave Ferriss was on producer or consumer cooperatives, and Isolde-the Nazi party's old heroine
IUaa>aUMArtkrttia. Why SutferT year ago he an instrument of oppress
has been
prom tattormatMm.remedy A peat card wffl brtni Ids way to winning 25 games. At effectively unhorsed by sion. Yet paradoxically, the : ? . A private survey shows
No the GOP
ca...ratrr. F. O. a.a.obhcattOB.Cbubenbu.P&a.eb'e :his writing, Dave occupies the 26th leadership same workers generally ap that 63 trade Journals and map of

pot on the pitching side. i The reason is obvious. With a prove the main features of the national Importance have folded
I national election in the offing law when these since January 1. Because of newsprint
A year ago, Howie Pollen and Marry are spelled out
A Safe,Sound Investment- | Dickson were the two Cardinal the Republican party does not t* them. The worker favors shortage. Fifteen more expected

Buy U. S. Savings BondsITCHING Stan, close to the top. Pollet was dare alienate the traditional what Is in the law tat did not to perish before New Tear's.
'I I1 20-game winner. Currently, Dick support of the farm and rural know the law contained what be !I. . Mrs. Wendell Winkle says her
i urn has been in the 45th slot and PoV- vote despite the tremendous wanted. ion Philip wCl not enter politics for
pressure brought to bear by Mulled several unto he has finished '
I let down as low as 50th place among REALLY FAVOR LAW years-
f 1 :''those who throw a baseball for adying. independent business and A representative sample-method 'taw school and traveling.
I the big business Interests
,
: i poll of employees showed 54 per cent
friendly to the Republican !
,: These are Just a few of many extmples Party. laf! all disapproved the law; (4 per Why' did they pat that boa
to show what the Old Doefcith ;cent of union members disapproved
', As a matter of fact, word has gone i j I rauing around the statue of Father
I the sharp scythe can slip you i' (meaning half of all workers, and
out from farm leadership fat Washington Duffy ta Times Square T*
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I rhen he feels in the mood. He j two-thirds, of the union members.J'
that the GOP is anti keep the poor tad homeless
co-op 1'
SKINSufferers ran lift you up-and he can alsoI ;roughly). Opponents say such things
s and that unless this campaign from ailing at Us feet fte
i I rank you down at even greater : ,as: We fought for a free country i'I
against the farm organizations good padre wtmlda't have Eked
I' is
$ I i rpeed. He doesn't seem to care. toned down farmers will vote Democratic
,, _____, , our rights" and "Labor went back '
> in
"" N'"" N'" / 1948.
i
tried Oint- 1 They Go Up and Dotcn I a a i iTlt SO years under this bflL" Forty-six
Resiaol
HAVE mem you for relief lit specially i Old Doe Time is a temperamental KeprtstnUtit* Tlotsrr cs mU itt I per cent of aQ employees thought I Paula LaFoQcttc, former governor .

blended oxdicsnoa gently soothes !!maj. He doesn't bother about names W. dear Nita aj.ttut f anna eedper. : management now would try to bust of Wisconsin. wQ be aa unofficial i .
toy itching of ts&plc piles dry j Dr re U1atiOns.""He lets nature take I..... ..*/ H aras ffOfd 0* ttl fJTpfl tj I the unions, 38. per cent expected campaign manager for Oca.'

eczema,commao rasbes sod ocher tts course. I interviewed him once, h. GOP UubnHp ii &citi i* kit tf management to bargain fairly, wbOe Douglas UacArthur. He served oa
skin irntationi eneitullv caused. and this is all be had to sal: ltio -/ larger Willis RtKiftrr a 16 per cent had no opinion. the general's staff in the Pacific. ;
Jim bathe with mild Resiaol I coon'and I ftrunul for bit HIMIit .. RtlUnger it *9 Bat when 'Young LaFoQette (son of the great
"As this old world these
Soap aDd apply soothing Reside goes out **1 .*t fmtmj .f as, ki-J of t c.pantie. .. same pellets Midwestern liberal and dvfl'right*
Relief anally! follows qukUy. rona', ., it.tmtbor .f t beck tlU4 M were asked specifically about
Some and some : what Is ruDy in the law, champion) has been quietly kOTmdteg -
g* up g 1'ot. *, Los People im irbicb tt Itceoftrititti same i.
RESINDtIuJSu OINTMEXTAH down. i dM-.. rise vac siQciiTittit brri.rN a majority favored every feature ,, out sentiment for IfaeArtaur- A
SOAP This can happen in baseball more for bai1IIia IJftrm .. 11ff1, of tt. And a majority ef the president and rM** !*t with'Repubiggies ,,

than any game I know. Up and down i i,I ira,- #a! of t frtnfri,t tUtmtitt lift i iI !i onion membership alone favored ,; la Washington. . Senator
I
tbi bo .imtU TarVs mission ia life
* -down and A Vernon
up. year ago preps tea toepmttrti both now is to stop Tom Dewey from
were ,
? tfm- one (outlawing of the closed
/ kit above 353 and George McQuinn .anainic a.l
ea.op.Jiltic
the GOPrize.
Ira around .225.! Now with Vernon . : shop not realizing that the law copping Taft already
I
rn Slits! KIII t.. nut ir > approved the union shop). has kissed his chances ta-U and
at .273. McQuinn has been close to
| Study Farm Plan knows it.CfOtcfi.
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
.300 most of the yeas A combined < The survey gives the percentages
:. shift of some 150 points. Even more. The house agricultural committee of worker support for various features .

' rasa: Bat there are always t few who, ::; under chairmanship of Congressmaa of the new law among the union (8, Tern VtMj . .
hang on, looking the Old Doc in the Clifford R. Hope of Kansas members alone as follows.Favor THrr'y., fftimst tin tnfWwr pees ... ..
.p is scheduled to resume hear- 60 day cooling.70 per cent; suits THr.', tame .* #., ibt ...1. . Tit !
eye.One ings October 7 over-aH > y .a fimJt kit //fin fee lU. . i
of these Is Ted Williams of I on an agricultural against onions 70 freedom of eg *
l REItfEPYBatttoa the Red Sex. There seems to bet : program to be considered speech for employers, ; ; retjuir- .t-.(,.... bur loaf H gnepe;..j,or..,.,.
I by the second session of the 80th :' awls Oi irktrt tH pray h HtuJ . .
Idea around that Ted has
vague lag union financial reports 85 .
; fkfnfl .... llfim on t&4 tea .. Af*.
taken a dip this season. I'd like, congress At the same time the National i i prohibit ,Communist leaders, 77; : tirt seas BMa/r tlfj.4.U z.""... Bmtt
tarp mm ewl' !*-&mUlTUt Sin. 50< to take the same brand of dip. ( Grange, the Farm Bureau'federatkJD prohibit union political ccntriboj : reap. k" 3Floly. . THo,fr .lop

U *I SILT U lltttni They have built up a defense, ,' and the National Council tions, 50; allow checkoff only 'with Ii._-wJ..,6... .TMv'i hincMg
i j
a tu tin tin rata w n i"1e. *t
nwti pt |
sirs mi tt. *.. IIn IIlflUt t nuti against Williams that was sup- of Farmer Cooperatives are scheduled ''' workers consent. T4; allow"' union tfimJ.wa"nU. . T**y**.g wart lift i
i posed to wreck him. He may not to meet to discuss general shop only with majority vote. TT: trt cmrM M awr**. . T**f9tmg mft

be the annihilator of other seasons. farm issues particularly question : outlaw closed shop, 48; delay strikes rrom l oUt

but he is still tip there challenging I of changes hi parity in public service industries, 70. The '

GIRLS! WOMEN tor the home-run title in the A. L., The outlook b that there will survey recommends to its clients a The drop in "&!IeI" money has

try this If you're the batting leadership and the vansbe' no unanimous agreement oa management campaign to acquaint Wren the Messrs. Shubert back Into
batted-m honors. workers with provisions of the biQ. '
ohyious prodccicg. . When Wall Street
i
I would say that in an c2 yeafor NEWSPAPERS AT FAULT
NERVOUStaWtta closing figures are Ljgn it is easy
so many stars Ted William. is i payments will be upward and Not the least surprising aspect to get backers for stage-shows,

DAYS" Of Mid- ring.a_great Job. r ; there is reason to believe that of this news phenomena is specific especially musicals, most precarious : .
0& "' with prices of all foods at the evidence in the pen that the newspapers of ventures . A few years
Do tanata fo hens]month!*ffiatarfeaacaa :Other Timers ,
naka y* Ii aacTou; tnttab, ,I & highest level IB history farther are mostly responsible for i ago there wen flourishing agencies
ao waak and and cot at aqcb ttmeatTtwa .. So is JoI.DiMigio'b: spite anumerous f| Increases occasioned by higher the uninformed condition of the at go-betweens bringing! together
do try Lftta t Mnlhaal Vac* : ailments. Joe DiMaggio i parity payments would not be worker-not the with
tab)*OonpoUBd to reUer AIda symptana. > partisan periodicals I I men hopes and ideas and mea
.Ifa-oiu for tbtal Tate ru. b still the top artist' br baseball. popular with. the. .public. of the union leaders Seventy-eight with hopes and dough. . Theaters
laxly fin Hum's Ooccpound baJjolid j> A'few'othose who starred last t (i8 mind you) per cent of respondents : were at an usheard-cf premium. bv

sr. Also w. mtwanr&IN at*.-acainat hIoUIU.I.IWIIIfI such told iaWNU14 ':lesson are still Delivering. Bsidfct Requests Pared said they received their bed.edge 1 cause productions were fighting,

ueuu One of these is Kiner of the Pirates President Truman has announced of the bill from newspapers bribing and overbidding to get into

who led the National League| that all departments and agencies and magazines 38 per cent from t j New Yori. . .Prospects for theforU.ccIminIstUOD

In the home-run roundup t year of government must bold their 1949 ;i, commentators and 22 per cent from j, are &e reverse
3S-4 ago. and is likely to lead it again budget requests below the 1943 totaL i I i. general comment {some be.wingmore!i theaters than attractions.

Johnny Mire always a power bit At the same time the president ;| more than one answer). Only 10 . Too can pass up B wish to create
ter is still shooting his salvos So IIs i predicted a $4,1'00,000,000' ; i per cent got their information from a show and stay erestBut

When Your Hank Greenberg. surplus in 1948, which be declared treasury onion newspapers, circulars, band- ji vou can't afford to keep souses tt

But s* far,.1947 has been featured must be used to reduce the national bills and literature.The tram $30,000 to 100,000 annul rental

Back Hurts- 'by stars unknown t year 1(" On' debt and for an reserve| newspapers carry speeches of plus taxes and incident*!*, dark. '
emergency i
i to Ewell Blackwen of the Reds with surplus. this union leaden lIb Green's, and as : . The SJniberts, 'who produced

AM y.... Stseagth sad a 20-game season la his pocket he still asserted Despite he was huge surplus, these leaders are spiking and acting : 1nmdrt ,..1Iond out; they/are r*
against taxi
Energy: la Below Par BlackweQ has bees rated far above i reduction because of the fact that; all the time in defiance of the .'. turning only becamt.tM7; Ca ti .
1
U *MT k*..*.< ar Caardar*f U4DOANS I Feller and :Newbomser with a weaker law their crescendo in the regular many theaters. . : That's where the
..... ....... j this cation's commitments hi viowof '
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map 04 tanete.a ._ rr toy ..., ban enb. The tall and lanky I the foreign situation could not be daily press has drowned out accn- !profit! Is 'fD the end. : : J'"1r6 on*
=- Is ah.., rock = .r..ar see, the BBmaa :No. 1 Iron, Bas been ;\ known at this time. j!i rate knowledge of what the law !l'.ap. Fever' got rfclrTnttfcg OB shows, tm- ._

.... .W..kW.ga aa.e -Ma M--t"a ur... the pitcher of the year. S 0 . The aewspaoers have fallen 1 less be owned: theater,:toe.-Many: ->

1 w Another leading star is Harry : down on the repcrtaig Job>> eempktcy Boot' mUbons,tmt cf theaters" witof -

....tta aq tatr aur.-aadt..... b.dubtisb ... Walker of the Phi hies. Eddie Dyer,, I Although farm population has (: these figures suggest out ever'"presenting" tsytofcg. :_

,b.d-, :.:: a.5.e w s..bdSa..d-=:: one of baseball's smartest traded f increased 2, 50,000 in two years, Bat If Oat Agues ar trae. :
... wltb ..aea 1 aM ..... .. as.wb. : him to the Phillies in exchange for the bureau cf agricultural economics Greea'i speech is falsely )
.....a.rwe-w.c..w".d.ua i Ron Northey. At which point Harry points out that present gramded. The Opinion Research Greater Tmt: Bata WMBBB ,:.'

orb .a.bwtd=-.. thus...." ;I WaIter, Dixie Wa ket'a brother, population is still 2.719,000 trader corporaUoB flees nt pretend Its' -Diaaa Lynn, wtaec WyrrHad zs

,e..c-e.. .....II. aY.r two .all.et. La. i promptly took charge of the batting the prewar'level of 39.269,000 fa flgBres are complete tat were to bob :(cal. b GaB RBSteB s:. -
p. orton6.w *
...."... yYw.N. j mark in both leagues. Working ntb : January 1MO. The decline is attributed due by fair samp ar. Yet they t' ,eeff,9BL; r s Gftffl iJ'J .

:.,p.. ,,'..=..-.r.coed aM a.w > a un-.Dd baD club. Walker has been I largely to wartime emigration i show sack strong majorities as steady b GsyJfaalsoB.... S*, .'
53 yAss$5 Si ds. -- :me of the season' star performers. I from the farm to the to Indicate a petty wrong wbeeever either thrower bas t* "' Y

=- So has BlackwelL J* cities and failure of many discharged Battaaal anion pellet CertaiaJn, toS. put ft* toBe butt {' f 4 .
You heard few rumors about tervicemea to return to oaeB abeaM dad let fr sen. I .ta..ire *a.'goes. wi vtSi ft. 1
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i GLADES COUNTY mnnicatlon with the outside world. commercial fishermen is an old one lug days within the season vary in from NOT. 20 to Feb. 1 la all districts ,.

n' Last night Patrolman John Collier and both have a place in the Flor- the different conservation districts I I except the third, where tae, '

DEMOCRAT promised to try to get a story ida picture and much hooey and In the third district shooting will closing date la set for Feb 15.

j MOORE through by shortwave radio as dida misinformation has been dished !, Dove Dec 1 ;
J BA.TEI': FLORIDA be allowed every day in the week; season to Jaa. jx; ::
Red Cross communications man out by both sides. fifth districts. will be the same in all districts except ::
in and
intend: aa seeoodtlaee matter. May who happened to come through.Lets Personally, I don't agree with Mondays the second Wednesdays and Fridayswill I in Dade. Br ward and Moaro ..'",.
i un at the PoftofBce at Moor hope it can be spiked beforeit some of the rabid sport fishermen I counties where it is set front Oct. .
Haven Florid, under be closed while IB the first
the Act of
Centre. of March .. IW. causes someone a lot of sleepless who blame the commercial fishermen and fourth districts Bunting will be r 1 to Oct. 31. :-;
days and nights. for all the fish they don't
prohibited on Mondays Tuesdaysand Marsh hen season is the same la ;;
J catch and insist that if all commercial I -
Paallaael Every Friday Br I I .ympath-those; who received Wednesdays. In the fifth district all districts Sept. IS to Nor. l|. :::
My eliminated
I THE Gl.'DE. PRIXTIXO CO. IM. fishing were our six consecutive days of hunt- Duck goose an4 toot season win ':.0;
CARR SETTLE, raftlUatr damage to property in the storm lakes and streams would be ao fall '
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ing will be allowed at the start of II be the same In all district Dec 8
don't to
and only hope you have of fish they would overflow their
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i wait as long as did I to get such I banks. the season to Jan. 8, with heating permitted :'

B S.hu'.u. Rate.. damage repaired following the 1945 Turkey season will be the same I I every day.Deer .
I don't think that commercial ,
O.e
Tear a.M blow. I escaped a bit more luck- as the deer season in the first second hunting Is prohibited this ,
I fishing in the waters of the St.
Its M-tk. I1.fEI4NDE'RJNGS ... ily this time. I think but haven't and fourth districts, but will I year in Clay and GUehrist counties : ;:
Johns or Lake Okeechobee: are hurt-
really had a chance yet to look run Nor 20 to Feb. 1 in the I i and turkey baiting Is barred In ;.._
v
: ing sports fishing to any extent;
things over very closely Anywayour in fact in removing destroyers of third and fifth districts. Clay co nty. Gobblers only maybe
beds stayed dry which was bet- Quail and squirrel may be shot i hunted in the second district
fish such the I
as turtles gars and
i ter than 45.
like they are helpfuLAs
far as protecting the black
By Carr Settle I When Mack Greene had to checkout bass in these waters they are already ..
for Tampa Tuesday night to protected and cannot be sold

Oaring the time I've been take Loefee for an operation' the so I don't see what all the ruckus No Gremlins HereTo
ing about the beginning and writ-I following morning I knew that at is about. The "red tide" has destroyed -

Ft' gress of the Lilly tourist long last one of my vices had more fish than commercialand
little thought that I would be caught up with me the vice-chair: sports fishermen, would catch in I

J among the first to spend a night in nanahip of the Red Cross. Mack five years but I don think it will Spoil The Cheer
It. But I was one of about thirty had pretty well taken care of things ruin fishing and I believe when the
r who rode out the hurricane in this before bo checked out so I more tide has disappeared well still catch;

1 nice new structure and would like or less stood around and waited for about as many fish as we ever did. {' r
J here publicly, to thank )fro and those to do the work that he had It has been my experience that
lira Lilly for the opportunity. chosen for the Jobs. And what a fishing today is a darn sight better: 2
When the storm report first job they did. Particularly do I in Lake Okeechobee and the St'' a,1 Leave Your Heat

all think the Chapter should thank Don Johns than In a whole helluva lot :
I on Tueeday our family as oth-I
Hendrickson and Principal E. of the so-called protected and I
f ers started trying to make Troubles Outside
Morrison for doing a grand job at stocked lakes that commercial fish-
I to where to go. where to stay and
all the other things incidental to the courthouse and Mrs Dewey ermen never go near Why I don
Tempting a newcomer to the com- know-but 111 trade a hundred .
f I 1 hurricanes We had about decided yon and
i but with Red Cross exPeri-
munity protected fresh water lakes I've
to evacuate the family to Sebringor
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I Lake Wales with none of them ence and she and her daughters fished in for a couple of acres of
I pitched in and worked during the Lake Okeechobee time. Come In and
: being too happy at the prospects any ( Enjoy
I whole thirty-six hour period of serving -
then we happened to paw the Lilly Commercial fishing is an impor-
I building spied them on the porch meals and administering to tant Florida industry and it should J
and thought perhaps this might be evacuees at the courthouse; to W.M. be given encouragement. It provides I L i A Tall

i a solution to the problem so we Tobias for seeing to the evacuation an income to thousands who,
asked that we be permitted to be of the colored people from the have no other means of livelihood !!
their first customers They graciously quarters: to Sheriff Wiggins for and brings millions of dollars Into :'
bringing la some from outlying sections the <
state.
!
I consented and gave up two
of their beat rooms for our use We as the storm approached and Today commercial fishln- is at I Cool DrinkThe

had the usual minor trouble, due to many others who pitched in and Just about a standstill fishing I

to the fact that the building i* aa did their share of the work. boats are tied UP and fishermen are;

yet not entirely completed rain blow- Idle. Catfish fishermen along the,
I It is to be hoped that this is the St. Johns River
Ing in around windows. under doors from Jacksonville I
last of the big blows for a long Everglades Cocktail Room
one
without atotv, etc., but nary a i to Lake George will tell YOU that I at
I 1 tremor did we feel in the structure time to come and I still think we I the clooiBg of those waters to commercial -
t and feel certain it woald have ridden have lots to be thankful for that it fishing has their busine-'! I

out 160 mite winds just as wellas was no worse. on the verge of disasters I

l it took the 99 mle windsed- evidence of the situation tht>\ The Clewiston InnThe
point to rows of fishing boats tied I
needay
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1 After two nights and a day ass at the docks dozens of nets on row i

s i patrons we started to pay our bill i after row of racks and idle employees -

; and what do you think! Not a Too Late To Classify hanging around. In the : South's Finest Small Hotel
cent would they take. And we Walaka-Georgetown area what commercial -i

; couldn't have been more comfortable Rv RUSSELL KAY fishing is going on Is con-:
; in the Astorbllt. fined to the operation of a few'I

I . O to U Q e e U U H a 0 a a 0 :ooH traps and some trot-lines. The big
: The boys out at the locks got a 1.100 foot nets have been brought

big kick out of me standing and Being an ardent sports fisherman 7n and racked

looking at their barograph and I suppose I should laugh with Here a $2.000.000 industry Is at
anemograph Tuesday night and glee over the plight of the poor a standstill The annual sale of NOTICERE

Wednesday The things fascinate commercial fishermen, but know- the blue-skinned 'cats' principallyto

me but I still think they register Ing some of them personally and western markets, ran beyond the PERMIT
: too low. And 1m still wondering realizing some of their problems I two million dollar figure in 194$. CANCELLATIONSAt

!i bow some of the boys kept from getting can't help but sympathize with The State Board of Conservation

t tossed into the drink by the them. reports that a total of 326,112 September 4th meeting of the Board of Commission* ',:::f'
; wind as they ascended and descended TheY have certainly been takingIt pounds wae taken from these wa ers of Everglades Drainage District the following action :

the stairway to the control room. on the chin lately with the "red ters.At was taken: __
I also had an opportunity to see tide" messing them up on the Gulf an average of 34c a pound "AH
permits issued prior to July
l
snail be
; Paul Wilson'. reactions in his debut Coast and the State Fish and Game which the f fishermen say they receive .under the following conditions: 1$4S revoked -
f as a radio announcer One of the Department riding herd on 'em that amounts to $1,130.873which ; _,
.. switches just wouldn't work right from Tallahassee you will have to admit ain't I 1. Where the permittee has done no work uthorlled.i' =-

i Publicity given the "red tide" hay Take ,that kind of money out in the permit. ".>, -.

My pet hate U someone who will just naturally knocked the bottomout of circulation and somebody isi j I 2. Where the permittee has \". '.,
such false that bound to hungry and I'm not completed only part of the t.. .
t spread rumors as of the fish business as far as go work, then the "
I permit shall be revoked u to that ; .
i one which was eagerly picked up in the :Gulf Coast is concerned Despite talking about the folks who have, ,a work which Is Incomplete. .
connection with the hurricane and the fact that health authorities been eating the fish either.
broadcast over the nation to the point out that fish from un- No one, apparently. has any ac-I 3. Where the work covered by the permit baa net been ':,
effect that Moore Haven poor little contaminated waters are good to curate figures on the amount of I done In compliance with its provisions'* '

;i Moore Haven had been wiped eat a lot of folks still refuse to eat money invested In commercial (Slgned- '
off the map for the second time in any kind of seafood ing equipment including boats, fllh-I :.

Its history by a tropical hurricane. Then along came the Game and tackle etc, but it runs into Board of Commissioners '
Folks here heard Gabriel Heatter's Fresh Water Fish Department with dreds of thousands of :.0

broadcast Thursday afternoon in an order closing Lake Okeechobee know one reputable commercial] Everglades Drainage District :S1f
t which he expressed deep sympathy the St. Johns River and Lake fisherman in the Georgetown area!
for the stricken folks of Moore Ha- George to commercial fishing andas who alone has over $50.000 Invested :
By K. M.
Ten The only thing wrong is that a result commercial fishing in in the business I'm satisfied Throop, Secretary'ALFAR :

we didn't need that sympathy and Florida has been dealt a staggerIng that at least a couple of million dollars :
I f relatives scattered over the U. S'I blow and many fishermen and would fall far short of covering --,'
t of folks who reside here will their families are on the verge of I the money actually Invested in :- "
j i scared to death for a few days And : starvation I the industry today Instead nt .

J here we are without means of com: The fight between sports and TRYING: to BREAK the eommercia V
I ) fisherman why not GIVE the "' ,
a poor guy a BREAK
AlrwMnmeq j

I Hunting Licenses ,

Rom vhere I sit ... / _Joe Marsh Will Be Refused I Rich Smaath'

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47 Violators I -


i According to a report made by
Yes, I'm Guilty Ii the State Game and Fresh Water

,,- Fish Commission. 47 persons in
Florida win be refused hunting

'; Folks sometimes crltlclzt ns bigger things, call America:The licenses because of having been ... I

; small-town editors for the way w. friendliness of small towns...the convicted on game law charges
',' little ahead helping hand...the for since the dose of last hunting season ..-'
often play up things" respect one What a 'enfRtf.ny ftriaat -

of big: . buaaa, total sews In another's rights.And above all the "State laws are dear In this respect f"JII,'nal. . .&all
i place of world events. Jove of fellowship and freedom ," Director Ben C. Morgan explained W cfciJfec1 lifer '

t I cant deny it.Bead the Clarion whether it's freedom to speak one's "and specify that ileeosea AN \PPL1'11.1XG, La_. Tbt.<*4CMBUT s .
t mind or choose between a glaaa of are not to be Issued to lame, hcM aaU4jr.
and you 11 learn about the Martins persons E\SO S
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beer buttermilk. \T1Il.\\Ll BiM flawTak : .
found ;
or of
guilty game law violation
wedding anniversary .
; 'fi
I ifolden !
tomt a-.rt sr
for
j shout the community nc down by I figure! that if eveI'Jbod11ooks the open" game seaaea nestfollowing I \ Toxic. Iwo-IOd .

>the. -river...tie hUlking bee at after the little things maybe vfeUon. the time of their eon :
DELiCtOCS
]j t Sober HoskW, where neighbors the bigger things will take care of CcmmiMioa records reveal that J IT'8
the and later themselves.
jlalped bask com,
tb&a
* .drank sparkling beer together. \t: tenT ded on same law charges .

, Little tatarst" Maybe. Bat ..-- 1t(45j1q fI since tke close of last hunting sea .

frea rtert I sit,they add up to the ()' son.
,
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.. Recently the commission adopted,
.'fT a statewide SOT. 20 to Jan. 5
I, ,.. ,_ Copyr.,\,19C,Vmud Stattt Fsamdctiom I Lesson for 1547-48 however, fcnat-deer ..

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. GLiDES corvnr DEMOCRAT PAGE FIT*)
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.. Q w ; I I I ; g ; ; gig a a a I a a a a a .
G G G G a a --- --- ----
a a a a a a a a a
I a I a a a a .., HI
!. his only hope was the flimsy raft subjects are taught which are not Get the faIl details without obligation
to which he clung available to civilians anywhere at I at your nearest U 8. Army; '

There were no handholds on the aay price. l lA I and Air Force Recruiting Station at .1'

II PERSONAL and SOCIETY flooring and he inched himself to 3-year enlistment in the Army) Comeaa Building, West Palm Beach i
I a Florida j
corner to get a hand
I over each or Air Force gives a man a choiceof
side of the raft. This move came
any branch of service, including
nearer being his last. The corner

aGO a a G G G G G a a a' a a a a a a G Ga.. !. .J' . . . . _ he dung to was on the lee side of the Signal Corps in which there
.It....... the raft. The opposite corner lifted are openings. Once accepted <
)lr. and Mrs. .
W F.
Mrs. Muller and Mrs. Bozeman' from the water cooagh for the every wan has the opportunity to Mark R. Tennant
Mr and F. It Probst spent Father gusts ta get under it. and suddenly qualify for technical school training -

Sunday in West Palm Beach. Dies In Montgomery the whole platform was lifted and In addition there high pay Ifee..e.

I overturned on top of him. For steady employment good food..
)fro art Sin R. T. Ahern and O few minutes he wu Separated from a clothing quarters and travel All Real Estate Broker

H. Boad were visitors In Miami The sad news was received here the raft. Then be rose to the sur- of this is 'oun-plu. a chance to GLADES OOOTT LANDS

S* 4ay and Monday. last Friday by Rev W. S. Bozeman face in a moment of comparative save up to $%,* during your enlistment -
-- of the death of Mrs Bozeman's father calm and found the raft floating Heres your chance for 8O7 ingress Bldg. Miami na.I .

)fro and Mrs L. M Lilly and Mr. Gordon Wilson at a hospital alongside him. Grabbing at it, he a good start in life with security

and Mrs R. E Jordan were in Fort in Montgomery where he was taken (Continued on Page 8) I as your goal.
Myers oa business Monday. the previous day.

Mrs. Bozeman's mother had been FlUsT METHODIST CHUCH I

Mrs Fred Flanders, Jr., and I visiting here and a telegram reached Uev. W. S. rtozcman, Pastor
efctUrea of Fort Lauderdale are' her Thursday that Mr. Wilson Hoots Culture m saa NoW .-

vtiag )lr. and Mrs Fred FUndersMrm. who had been in rather poor health. church School-! :Mam.
- I had become suddenly worse ad had Morning
\\onAtp-11:" a. m.
Florence Ryan returned Sat-! been taken to the hospital. She The Methodist Chorea extends a FAT//ER S DAYEARLIEST

e utlay treat a visit with reUtircs in' left for Montgomery at ogee tat his welcome to you. The Church j ..

Jager.N1Nss. : death occurred before her arrival School has a class for every age. BAY

Mrs Bozeman. whose baby girt had Ton are invited to worship with us I WAS /N ANC/ENT GREECE.

PhyNts Elherton. Carolyn been born only a few days beforewas in the regular church worship hour \ THEN ZEUS FATHER OFTHSGODS.

Bryut and Irene Seett and Mrs. I. Hospital still confined to the Clewistoa Ii i V' ;AND ALSO HUMAN
when
E. Scott were in Miami last Friday the news arrived "Xi: !LF.-3 female one male MI { 1 FATHERS. RKfYEDMRSi :

.... Montgomery, Funeral services were held in pointer pupa. !. weeks old Well -1\ AND &FTS.
the first
flltrta Se Wetherten of Clewistw of the week marked. Good breeding, $35 each :
and
Mrs
is TMUng her grandmother Wilson returned to Moore 3-C Ranch after C o'clock, 3 miles!

:y&n. H. Etherton I mans.Haven this week to visit the Boze- west Moore Haven on Road 25 ItpIltt i

Mr. Wilson was well-known to iI I VENERATED COLONIAL FATHERS 1 i f 1 1I 1I
W.\\ TO RENT
Miss Carolyn Bryant is spending a many Moore Haven people he -Small private
as
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OFTEN HAD 2O CWIMEMAJV0 '
with her apartmeat by two young men.
f.dars
grandparents in had travelled through this territoryas I .
Dewlkg Green. No cooking Must be reasonable ltd ORMOREGANDCN/LLREN. ,
representative for
a large hosiery '
firm. The sympathy of the entire Write Box 86, Moore Karen Itc TOO SAD THEY HAD AOFATHER'S i r e

life Mrgi Cram and Jimmy community is extended the bereaved I DAY/ .\ .

Bet Wilson spent the week-end family. FOR RL.NT-1M acres Muck land

wjfli Mr. and Mrs. Eftridge W son I for track: crops on Baker Grade 'CHINA HAS fno FATHER'SDAYS.
to Miami. Recently chopped Well ditched 'I
Storm Aftermath : /N SPRING AND AUTUMN.
I Call 4191, Boca Grande. R, B. r e

Mr aid ){n. W. L. WetfcertngtenTtstted I Bow.... tf I (;S 1 RESfECT/VEtY. SONS
\
in Horaoetead! for several Belle Glade reported not hart a.i 7 S / if VISIT THE TOMBS OF THEIR ;

fey this week with their dghter.Mrs. [ badly as at first fe re*. Property! FOULl -Flve-rooaa house withor Z: \ FOREFATHERS. THEN FEAST
>
Wa. Setifle and Mr SoMde. [ 4asa ce aboat same as ia other lake i ieomIItllnlUes. iI i
I without furaitare Mrs L. 1[. I iI 7HEiROWNWWERSANDBRNGTHEM
| Lots of water '
Lilly Box: 21%. Moore Haven Florida GIFTS.
WIll Evelyn Lyoas left Monday tfc. ;
for f arJedoet. S c., whore she! | ACL train from hales City stopi -!I i r NI

Ia be.,a stadtni at Ashley i pod this (Friday) laoraxac ta Palm- ?
I.ai ...
| dale. Water near the ranger point HIGH SCHOOL t.KUH'\ } i As1EkVAN FATHERS o I
at the Fiaheatiac Greek trestle COMIl'SICATIO\S TUAIM'NOITH

W. H. Mills retained Monday Mail and passenger brought ea by \\ GOOD PAT RECENT YEARS ARE REMEM ; f;

traekDfctoa. SIRED ON JUNE IS*"MTH e
trass a rsrit wtti: retetires MWUga 1 t,
Escelleat traiai g ia all phases
lad c 1 ago. He has bees of coMaaaicatiofifra&to. radar, tele- UNUSUAL GIFTS WHICH ,
several weeks Utfczui get a lot of extra j
away paoay, telegraphy pcot rafay THfYStWO.N BUY FOR 6.
water when the oM levee' need M /
IkIe U. S. Army Signal \' .
are THEMSELVES.
Mrs O E. Mizetle reuraed Wed- ''a boundary levee for the district! Corps technical schools. Because ,z

needy from Milwaukee WK, and broke near Pump Station 1 and at of tte hfeftly confidential nature of iCoJTR.6Nr .....
.*...|.n, D. O where she has Shawnee Farms. Breaks were repaired -' such Signal Corps research many 1 4,J V.aAltr1 a
been her two daughters in a few boars and paaps
vfsttteg are going so excess water should ______________n___n___________

-SIM. Trasces Hardy and Larry be removed. in a ,f09Ie.of days ... '.',- _.
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returned ast week from) a tlslt often .; : ; : .
conditions in :: ;
Lander- False reports as to '-
days in Miami and Fort .
the Glades kept many rertde&ts 7" h w
dale.
from returning to their homes from It's great to ride inBIGCAR

Mr. and Mrs C. H Settle, Sue Sebring and other ridge communities ::1-
Settle and 1 until these reports could be de- -
Carr
a&d Sandra Settle, ;
JtffiMie Farnam were visitors Sunday clared false. Most have returnedor QUALITY

Hammock ! are returning today.
afternoon at Highlands Mt

and Scoring Communication lines are virtually .&lj& : : : particularly when you ride at '

Mrs. Mack, Greene was operated all out. A few telegrams have been -
'* pea Wednesday morning in Tampa, carried out by car to Sebring and : ; LOWEST COST

tar a nasal Infection. Mr. Greene i other points for transmission. i
I IEVM
took her ever and returned home
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Thwsday.Mies s ii
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ISLAND FARMER e i

Phyllis Etherton lett the !

first of the week for Savannah to I Ii
visit for a few days before entering, HAS A \WILD RIDE .n.4

tie UBirersity of Georgia at Athens I
I
for the eeming school term. ON RAFT IN LAKE i Ij


Mis* Jewel Graves, field representative j
of the Amerkan Red Cross I

arrrwd here Tuesday night to as- John Monroe Spent 21 ; :

Mat the total chapter wtth any relief -I :1
In Wind
Hours Adrift
the Mrrteaneev or rehabilitation_ work daring I During HurricaneJohn I'I'I :


aad Mrs W. S. Bowman and I *>.tpoaoui rank
baby daukter peat Wrtaeaaay sad McAllister Monroe. Ttyearoid .... '. =- z
Thursday ia Orlando where the' farmer speal 21 boars ilrtft oa Ihat JOlt caul gd a Yes, indeed you'll enjoy every-
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were jotaetf hy 3fra. oeeaaa' .otor. a erode raft at the height of the .body.*.,. timpt like HM o*O anjr-if \ thing, including economy, when

JIlL Oflrda.. WI&OB of MoatAs.ey. -I hurricane. Mimes. who farm oaOfecmtloa roIet-'lIi pa d you set forth in one of thesebiggerlooking
AMu:, art her Brother Mrs Ma**, together with,I can. Vt o ..,...... t u y 4
i&ee when th storm better-poking Chevroieh for
Wilson retiree hose with th m his sen was Iocfy h rwW ee
I bit. Ua warned, Muse be had BOradio I I *. Mod modem ryt- 1t. 1947. It offers you BIG-CAR QUALITY AT

Sioa StaB and Harold Coa or other outside news source.!i V nl9a iaiv and ettMT LOWEST COST-big satisfaction at big savingsfwatvrn. -
tile
who left Sunday norata toroII M remained In his tiny cabin on | in OH items of purchase price,operation and upkeep.
overturned in the
as freshmes M the Uaife tty or I Wand until it I
to return wind. The hosse vas *wn tm: With .. '
Florida were allowed i te nets far *<
... Thursday: because or the' from the flooring as it ovartanwd ,. .,.-far'" .-.--.

...... wffl. nrn t e Qatoesvfe Monroe then clambered tao th* -. far the fcrrfty soctolbaak
They weekend.Mr Te. rafters and remained there antic the -GewaIet ............... ......-r
this the watts and roofTake di.osnd s.nrsy tar k -
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broke np "
storm
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,4 ) N .egg-PWi.r u.k
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' and Mrs. Joan Sexton left Mvf I. Tree ....... s -- :I ...i 0"s'td01a.o.aw M

Tacaaaf n&ai for Arcadia where ,Then be climbed into a nearby trofftc ssr.aiq dew the ..dries trd.tbiaroigM..r
Mr. S eerier is confined t* the boa remained there wadi) the .yes" pet piear of seioa tioa the 'I HJ4reelicv.
aiul for an iadefinite period for tree -and blew down. Water was rising .,.......... ? m.M .E,' wNk a.. io.a.st, j....

tne Hnt. He bad been quite W tree steadily on the Wand at the tme. ,fM?=....? .---. ef Ay s.ie-. &.sure your cor is ready for vnrtferi During September

for ..>w.l days .t hi. home here but Morroe saw the floor of lute and October Chevrolet dealers
;
it are making a special ;
and when the storm approached fioatteK by as tree Hew S.ttie hack. i.ttt
hence the poirt Of faD service to demonstrate the
uses tkewgh advisable to BMJre him down and grabbed Wna b* exceflence of

to the h*pttal}. pulled hbwetf safely oa te the IS fifor.. wau.roiiq our service facilities and quality' workmanship. So ., .'
Toot square _trona. he polled towmteb to yew e.. K.aXi bring your car in soon end let us get & reody for the
i
IRS. MriJ-FU K\TFJtTINs from his poeket It wu still I I '" oniw*a ar car to*m 'r fMa .bad wecther days ahead "'" .
r.RiPOK crrn WITH M.TTFBMrs marked die hear W I ,
nllIDl'RI' sad fwd ridM. s..sir. ,.
-- 'o"dorit. For the nest 21 IIewa. C e0 s.diy, :;
;/ |la..er was hooter to" the iwd'r b.co.p d u.a

me.Wn et h l bet Mrs. Pat Probst.Enjoying
visitors at a ap *
several the osasio4 .*: Mfasd
fet ..per at her house oa T-e Mr and Mrs.Jr Proas, -:. ;
I SettJe
Mrs.
dei Ebatng .1 tut yre hi" BeItIe. )fr. '
Egae :
:_ ....$I tM dsltrieea.f bridge"fiJU wesi ere. and Mr and Mrs>W loUt... ,BIrhy.. )If. n*d lip.A Christian Chevrolet CompanyPHONE "-- ; {

":! ; -.ut. and In. Hay
pU.a' : liatchlnu nr
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I'-r OarT Sttll. .s high Y04.r. )lsrad Mrs.' >* an : Pahokee 2371 Cle titan 87IT.JD.U"
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Gems of ThG<:.gh: Kathleen Norris Says: i t1 L 9LNATIONS s, ?


\<|AN cannot be satScd with icLz will never bury ."
as loot as
lie
mere StIlC'S5 IS concerned
: they have axes to grind.
w.th the terms uponvfojch The Old-Fashioned MotherBen
success comes to him Laziness travels so slowly 1
i 1 aDd very often the terms seem Syndicate.-WNU F..tur .. that poverty easily overtakes
i E SCR 10
more important than the (access. him.
.-Bennett. I BeleasM by Western newspaper Cntoav
I i TOWS *P CIAL5- Two people were, married ?
W ordt *,.. this iuitktimt the By INEZ GERHARD in a scenic railway ear ia .-

; more abet .'.* cotnttmitd the Jeet>efthty MOTC c It HERE is a story that is ex- New York recently Preparation ,

( burm"-Brunt SttJ. CstyGsMLTE7 -at the moment. for the lIpS and downs a

t Poverty does not destroy virtue Bing Crosby has already cut \j of marriage! 1

nor wealth bestow it 1' - r r the records for his first three I Sailors they say, have a ;

The credit got by a lie lasts A radio shows this fall, and will wife in every port. Is that 1!

I only till the truth comes out. start the new season with I why they keep sailing .r

.. No man can be happy with Gary Cooper as his guest star. : Woman was made after '"

out a friend-nor'be sure of his / Cooper, who doesn't make many appearances man and she has been afttr ..
friend until he is unhappy.SelfInstruction i on the air, will cut loose him ever since
t 1 and sing, with Bing. That will be I j j.ArmadiUo

t t-\\ >; the October 1 broadcast. Al Jolson ,
: l will be on the second or third program -.
on jI which puts to rest the rumor . a Steam Shovel -
that he'd never work with Crosby
For in Hard SoiA
Speaking in Public ,,b again because Bing was annoyed Digging

by the gossip that he'd never had
e t shy harmless creatsr, th
did that
a Hooper rating till Jolson
I- armadillo can de two togs wen :.
first guest shot on his program. .
It can protect itself from Us eM

Ann Shepherd star of "Big Sis JUles and it can borrow iMo ban

ter," is a girl who made good in dry soil faster than any other ...:

a radio despite the fact that sleA."S mal in the world.
Ttt fkiUret*pe {r.m bomt .n every possible pportmtj; drug store don, There are several specie of atmadillos
monies, riding about IM toritboJy't tee Opting,tomtrj Z.IJ.'K"h" end ntrfu but all bare one that
", but borne:' acteristic in common pretec 'I'
Can Learn
Everyone tive armor of rough bony scales

H To Speak In Public By KATHLEEN NORRIS J When danger threatens, aa anna
THE HOME-MAKERS dim does not fight back. It amply
wonderful thing about I rrUs! itself rate a retaad baD

Booklet No. 83. THE old-fashioned mother W. can't go back, but we could Armadillos like to feed at Bight .,
ii that she made home They eat insects worms, root a** .,
i "I'D LIKE to say a few word: try to recapture tome of the
wonderful. She might be fat fruit The great armadillo otteigrows Ii
. you begin. But do pot socially gracious living of the past, to be three feet long Smaller
say the few words clearly and con : or thin, pale or rosy, says
vincingly or are they punctuatedwith gifted or plain, but her object in Miss Norris ia today1 article ones sometimes are but at -1
grunted "uh's" and "er's"? life was to make home comfortable inches long when full grows. TIle :
Many changes, some good, some
color of their armor is brownish' :
i all to get
i make us glad
One thing about speaking In pubtte bad, bate altered the old concept black marked with yellow above
whether before a formal group or moo* i there, let us know with every and white underneath
be and able U of the borne from comfortable yellowish
friends you must poised action of her life that she lovedus. *
bold your audience attentionOur i
newest booklet No S3 tells you hoe .I haven to a mere place to stay ;

venations to overcome discusses finery and parliamentary awkward coa procedure : Many mothers were fine cooks when there is no place better to SHEPHERD j'

and gives sample speeches. : whose pie crust fried chicken couldn't pass a New York network
Send 23 cents In com for "Self.lastruetkm i strawberry shortcake called forth go. audition. It took an Arch Oboler ME SIGNS ."
!. Public Speaking" to Weekly Newt In cities especially, "borne" bon j
paper Service 2U west I7tb Street New : shouts of approval It was a real script to prove to the radio big shots
lark 11. N. Y. Print name address will I Joy to these lovely women when lost much of its old meaning.Canned ,. that she was a fine actress. ;
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tone booklet title and No. S3.R
asparagus and corn and black- foods furnace beating
I
berries appeared in the market- vacuum cleaners and washers Farley Granger is in pictures be- CHILDREN''Tfu1Nd
how Dad and the children liked cause he answered a want ad. Sam-

SMALL fRY hy jfR. them I A wet winter night, to them bate lessened or eliminated most uel Goldwyn, looking for a romantic

meant a challenge to create cozi- of the old chores that used to : juvenile to play opposite Anne Bax-

ness and warmth; lamps lighted, a ter in "North Star," ran the ad; the
QUICKIE( BREAKFAST smells of dinner keep most everyone in the family
fire blazing, good ; young actor saw it got the role and
permeating the comfortable old living bus,. While much drudgery has : a seven-year contract. Then he rear atreac.

room. disappeared, the sense of cooperative i 1 was in "Purple Heart"; next he bosky. fom ehOdrvawhs trSMtf' .

The fastidious little daughter effort and | joined the navy. His first film since i... .
Z found her bureau always full of companionship his discharge is RKO's "Your Red Jm: uLtoa.eey yes '
v freshly ironed ruffles and frills; the also has departed. The tug of I{I Wagon.** dart ScotfflsafMCmlJUD _

book-hungry boy discovered new outside interests-jobs, school*ctitities ,! -..- i ""* ;c _

volumes beside his bed the smaller social life in donee balls, Maybe the decision won't stick, I Vltanias and eMrtffcaB2la atoal
children were helped with homework but Eddie Cantor insists that "If .O. seep eaadn grew' right,fertfe*
comforted in the thousand bottling alleys, drug stores, anywhere You Knew Susie" is not only his i Mad terth. treat .ha.. ,.,

crises of their lives. And for i but at home-has wrecked best picture, but his last From mm** .h 08 AaD eeUs Vltaata* *

the older folk the visiting aunt, the the old family spirit, Mia Norris now on he will make himself avail I"Mi.|Sficl.m. rsa -'
grandmother, Mother had special ; able to any cause where be Is Deeded It.I EeaaoatkaL Boy today at
@ thought; Grandma's chair and I I contends. ; his record In philanthropic workis n. store.

tU Grandma's lamp were sacred; when I I The old'fasbiottfd mother who already an impressive one His I then butt a toalc-

Aunt Margaret came we must re- I made home the joyous, cozy placeit radio show returns September 25, powerful nourishmenfl
member to have orange cake. I has Jisapfeared with the entire cast working with-
vas, practically -
AW TO SERVE. PBJCIOUS/ The claims of Father however out scripts.
laments Miss Norris. With
came before all of these, and the --+- B1BI
GET THE ORIGINAL KQXOGG'SCOrWflJKESlNWEWHflE children knew that it was his house, I her passing went 4 lot of the joy Parks Johnson had quite a day- j

that he was important, that things and stability of American life. caught a three-pound bass and .. .
RED", AND 6REEN PACKAGE. were run as he liked them. In this signed up with a new sponsor for -

REGt1LAA OR F WIY SIZE.I considerate atmosphere they grew his Vox Pop show during just a .> --tyot4e e .Sowr
up to be considerate themselves; take in not preserving the spirit of few hours. He was fishing, with no 1
sisters did things for brothers, the old ways, even though the letter luck, on his Texas ranch, when his
I brothers for sisters. There was a is so wholly changed. It is all-im partner Warren Hull called him

general attitude of cooperation and portant to hold families together, to from New York. A messenger "
help in the old-fashioned home. make home a place to which everyone summoned Johnson to the phone,

Of course, all fathers were not loves to come, even though our five miles away; he gave his con-
good and loving providers, all moth- dependence upon each other seemsso sent to the deal. went back and M J

I ers were not thoughtful and ten- much less than-it used to be. I caught the bass."Silenceon .

der women. But the general run of Everyone Needs Home Ties. --.-
them that conscientious the Air" it says on
was way; ,
affectionate, intelligent, homeloving It really isn't less. Children young : the doors behind which a radio program
persons, and above all, Dad all GEASCOI
is being broadcast The new
5 and book-loving, the sort of per- .
need home ties. They make. our
sons who made America the heavenof March of Time takes you behind
plain folk.Modern past; they knit tight our future; the, those doors, in "Is Everybody Lis- I l
'
are the only safeguards ever' tening"; shows you the stars at
Comforts Doom Homes. will know. work lets you see broadcasts that with Swedish Steel Blades

Yodora ( Nowadays there are fewer of Living near me a few years ago never have studio audiences, gives ; Ideal lot Horn sad farm' TieS
those real homes; the trend of science was a rather poor far: ily. Poor by I, you a comprehensive view of what saw for tie wood
and invention is against them. American standards, that is; Dad goes on behind what you hear on '. purpose
I tatting, be* trimming, and
I checks Soft even furnace heat plentiful and the oldest girl worked, but the air eral ga
rough work Hiok Speedand
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there four children : -ik--
were
light lessened household Jobs of younger
canning and cooking fire-making and an old grandmother. The combined '' Robert Mitchum has a fan club j Smooth Cutuag. Stays sharp ,
<
perspiration tii { and sweeping, washing and baking income came to about $350 amonth. '' made up of girls who have never I longer Ani1 .I. ia 24 30, 36 -
4% 48 lack tad
have taken the very center of seen him in person or on the screen length frames
odor 11 6 the household away. Where the On this they all had a royal time. the-president of the New York club Iepl.c..w. Swedish Hades.At .

girls used to stay home and help They were not reactionary; Ma sent his photo to a cousin in Czechoslovakia ; tearing Ilerdwara Slates I
A'tHI they now are off on jobs. Where liked the radio and movies everyone who founded the club
Wv/rlllh".IJ, WAY amusements were home-made about J I I talked politics, there were memberships --f-- i CtJlSCO tOOt. i" -
the evening lamp they now are : in libraries there werea Ana Sillier will start her new i ., 'I. '
.Uj
. }
with < Yodora
lade a/ **r s **
is achuttg 1OOI iII, to normal sktoa.N : scattered far and wide. The children -:' gas stove, a washing-machine, a MGM contract with a role that i II. .. rd 'j., A .
chemicals escape from home on every telephone and two collapsing yet efficient many a girl will envy her It Is the "'
.harsh r irntsting I II i lead in "Words and Music," basedon -
till Uoal harm skin of clotlunj. possible opportunity drugstore, cars in the family.
| dates, movies, riding about in some- They used to have summer : the lives and mjrtie of Richard ro EASt :
sad BOILSOB
oft suppers
Stops creamy never grin
craiD1.n body's car dancing, country club- in the garden, and, walking by, ; Rodgers and Lorens Hart. She'llsing IICHES
anywhere and everywhere but I would see them sitting In the dusk, the songs, dance to the masie. I HHHlSS -
,.,.tt.Yodon-- the womlerful ----- Quickly :
home. ,
absorbed laughing delaying the ,' 1 f :x ,
di emareIt g O with
If like old certainly
And Mother, consequently isn't pleasant meal to the last possible I I you songs you" I Its wooitiom: antiMptica aad oa '
t "4e'"m. the cook she used to be. Dinner minute. In winter the simple kw- must see "I Walk Alone headlm- tar*a1C ding medication.Nottiar elM "i
:r leto used to be important it used to be celled sitting-room was filled with : tag Lizabeth Scott Burt Lancaster I like-'- It-Botbtac so comfortlBKorMat 0I 0-

i an end. not a means to some other I I firelight lamplight, books big I! and Kirk Douglas; it Includes eight I treabl-.s for tto.n1erD4l17 Get a package caused today.Aida '.

end not Just a hurried pause on the chairs. As the children grew up, i 1930 tunes. ---a--- I
t way to freedom. It was worth they made dates of course. They _.t
t Mother's while to please everyone. went away into their own homes. "Dear Ruth" has set quite a rec I SPFED D.HP t ClMfGRT "

Now a stop at the bakery and the But they always came back with i ord. Paramount' top holdover i I for :
purchase of a few cans does Just the sons and daughters-in-law and I 1 picture of the year; every one of Its *o-catf txf 1

_..e r.-.q.f.. as well the office girl is dieting the babies. The mother of that I I lrst-run engagements has resulted I KIDNEY SUFFERERS -

the boy Is off to his sweetheart I family possessed_ some secret for ''in the its being held William over Holden*H across and ..................1Iaa ,...,...... -.1
and,the children bad whole creamy t happy living: they didn't miss anything country. :' "-Wwzfpwr """" )':
-o.J, pints of milkshake at 4 o'clock. i else in modern interest or en- Joan Caulfield co-tar. f.ser lq.res. 4 .b ".

Dad will eat anything. tertainment but they had home, too. -I-- 1IIII1'ftT101t.fi.C a_""" '.
: When Lauck married and ....o.... -4
Shirley ar ts.Mat w
vEICMANO1SE Of course, this short-cut substituting A safe happy home in which he --.. .. .. .....w-. ' s br. .
; moved to Pennsylvania recently, her .............willi.. sd
is wasteful is
for home life and Is beloved, the right of '
I : 'ic 1 j.JmiSN'i harmful. We can't go back. But I American child. Don't be every surprised nor father" ,lost"Lum a ; of efficient"Lam office and Ab-assistant .. RI.I tbite..r&t5gv*t....'.fiM....t aew. -=1 .
very w Yi.B
c 'lIB GOODS !1 think a good many bornekeeping if the child who is robbedof -+ 101&
:II Y __ women have made.a serious mis- it goes crettv far off the track. >3.fr lt1L s. a : ;

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America wishing to broadcast i
scene from George Bernard
Shaw's "Heartbreak Horse*
S7n Loop handles oa a mattress may|| Make a mixture of equal partsof phoned Shaw's home in Ireland.
He made of heavy cretonne or flour, salt and vinegar With Tm sorry sir," Shaw's maW
ticking and sewed on with heavy this and a little elbow grease you replied "but Mr Shaw never aa
e lotton. These will prove a def i ifcite I can rub tarnish from brass or cop ewers the phone before 6 p. m.*

I aid in turning the mattress. per kitchen utensils. At 6:15, the producer spin pain

i I -.- a transatlantic phone call tt
Before washing your bathrooni 'I!: After using a scrub brash, rinse Shaw's house This tune the maid
Transform VegetablesInto I loor use a sweeper attachment ont the brash in cold water and turn replied: "Mr Shaw never answers
Savory Dishes LYNN CHAMBER MENU I to remove dust particles and I I the bristles downward. If allowedto the phone after 6 p. m.

aau-. i dry on its back. water will soak "But I phoned earlier, and yo
For Lunch or Supper Bake Spareribs -eTo I into the wood and loosen the bristles said Mr Shaw doesn't answer th
Red Cabbage and Apples mend boles in lace curtamsplace I on the brush. phone before 6. Now you say hi
Baked Sweet Potatoes a piece ofpa per underneath -- doesn t answer the phone after 6

Molded Pear in TGelatin She bole and s& back and forth I Two parts linseed oil and one That's right, sir." replied the
Cornbread Batter in sewing machine. Paper comes part vinegar make an excellentdressing maid. "Mr Shaw annershi
Lemon chiffon Pie off easily when laundering. for leather upholstery phone only at 6 p. m."
Recipe given. --


Stuffed Eggplant (nlpro\'ed Patterns 41r

Cut a lid from one large eggplant I For Hostess Aprons
lengthwise scoop out pulp and cook I

1 in boiling salted water until tender II qEREADyTRADEMARK r
dram and chop fine. Saute ont '
small minced onion in butter until

soft, cat brown, add eggplant, one
half cup of bread crumbs one has
cup of chopped pecans and twt
well-beaten eggs. Mix wen mitt

seasonings. Lastly add enough water
in which the eggplant was FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES
cooked to make the mixture quit .
'>
thin. Fin shell and sprinkle Britt
bread crumbs and dot with butte
Asparagus takes en a pleasing and bake about twenty minutes. f
look as wen as extra flavor when a
Bails
tucked in between Spinach
green tips are
., Wash one peck of spinach in several
layers of cheese biscuit toppedwith
waters then cover tightly and
sanee and garnished with
steam with just the drippings from '
_: sheet of hard-eooked
eggs. Enough Eaersr ttHcrl
the washing for about fifteen minutes

Remember when we Just cooked Squeeze as dry as possible. a This 1)ar1QO fug Miss

.,' Tegetables in boiling salted water Chop and press through a coarse Over !
and put them on sieve. Into this puree mix two 1PaJi e-dIe vie,mp,1l0
'" the table without slightly beaten egg yolks one table- pmsdst 1 0. doe -a..ea gr tc + $ "
of grated onion one table ia "E .... .
: any thought as spoon me Iiay Isseemdy' ,a:
to subtle seasoning spoon of olive oil and salt and pepper light tell-ptopetty apaacW "
or attractive to taste. Mix wen and form -N equal to the charge tbate

.' serving* Thank I into balls, dip in beaten egg then in .- bee trait ap-e pOrel '
' fine bread crumbs and Try in the(aspiag odtfr>re.to land \\J +
modern cookery !
3 .
over 100 feet ws}
}, experts for realizing = hot fat to a golden brown.AsparsrusCbeese k

f, the infinitepossibilities Shortcake
; off (Serves < to I) f iN1asz .

vegetables and 1 No. 2 can asparagus tips

&, for transforming S tablespoons butter hOC! -
;: vegetables into one of the glamor 1 tablespoon minted onion 1UlT :

groups; of cookery. 4 tablespoons floor 3

First of an, there are innumerable 1 teaspoon salt r... this arcnr -'r I
:!i sauces you can use with "Per- H teaspoon pepper --tie e..rar..oa_ '
fection cooked" vegetables to bring 2 cops milk a+..s tees..I, e cl kisit wits
hair. IUd iI", far die
f! out all their hidden flavors. Then if 2 bard-cooked eggs, sliced for atea:price. .rots..wi..,'Of
i. you want to forego the sauce, you garnish 615 -
.
; can combine vegetables with other Melt butter in saucepan; add P ACKED wok DeW .
foods to make them palate-pleasing minced onion and cook slowly for 3 ONE yard of 36-.nch fabric for remit power.yooi ...dauiiag 3is
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and tempting of these p.rforaa.cs..daabl.b.
minutes or until tender. Add flour gay aprons '
.
Whichever way you prefer to I and seasonings and blend. Gradu- In adorable floppy rose decoratesme uy..iPaceDI rot s
cm known"IftftadrJatIt- 55 ,
serve your 'vegetables always remember cook butterflies in embroidery. the V L
add milk while stirring,
i"' ally I light battetie gm 700 1beJar" ? iy a,
that the overcooked vegetable rther
.
over low heat until smooth and I pnmcsF alap V. \
can never be guaranteed to thickened stirring constantly. - That m 9i% ___ cm -
( make friends or influence eaters to Easy h. sent and cmbnider these the treat record trade by pre- '
" Cheese Biscuits ipraul Pattern 615 tas" tr flser oi em-
; come back for seconds as they 2 cops biscuit nix .odeI7 motifs; directions -"E <<1II-eeadJ
'. should. Cook vegetables so there isstil' cheese This. Hew tmnrvwd pattern makes double eh* hfe cf Lste. Yet -y
) bit of their garden crispness Vi cop grated wedmetr.ra *o cfcnete .1tti Its ctarts JOe py eo-s.
a
f 1 cup milk hotos. concise directions. Pattern are fltt.
-.: left. If cooked to this point and C cent each.
served immediately, you will also Add grated cheese to biscuit mix

:1 lose less of their lovely colors. and blend. Add milk, mix with fork. Sewtef Cirri Statecraft .
Dr"aa. '- ..
what.d see-.ra aw. 1r LWiaa. s.sanr d
Roll out to H to .
'" W ...... SC Chirac M. DL
! Golden Cauliflower 3i inch thickness Enclose 30 cents for pattern.Interpretathe NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, INC.
f (Serves C) on floured board Be- r 30 East<2.d Scree New Yoik IT.It T

1 medium head cauliflower and cut into Bam--- C.rl s1 e'....Cali. Q w4 C.;..Cw'wt ;
;,. I cup raw carrots, diced squares or cir- I Acld-- 1 a tlr

f 4 4 cap onions chopped \. cles. Bake oa a t

;. Salt \ 1'" greased pan in a I ?
Paprika _, bet oven (450 Dancing \
Ii: 2 tablespoons batter, melted I r degrees) 12 minutes ##&frMIABI

1 cup rich milk ,. Split and I India's most impressive dances
t
I cap Wisconsin Natural American place not asparagus tips between i ire those performed by a groupf ewtCVTTR ,tilt, iThere's

: Cheese grated biscuits. Pour hot cream sauce over > court ladies m the royal palace Y pat L'
I'- Break cauliflower into flower the top and garnish with bardcooked n Udaipur. says Colter Seated .

.tt s. Arrange cauliflower and carrots egg sbces. ID a large carpet, with legs
--1 1I
., fa buttered risstrole nd'butter.Cotervth Tossed and hands clasped the
onion, seasonings dancers" interpret solely by
Pour milk over contents. Sprinklewith Iramatic movements of their No Place
Safer for Your
cheese Cover. Bake in a mod eyes, brows nostrils and lips- Money-

erate oven (350 degrees) I Iwur rerovmg -- rbole stories of love hate, jealsy -I Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! I
,; cover the last 15 minutes. and despair. tLE

Red Cabbage and Apples __ _u J I

2 quarts(Serves red cabbage to 11), shredded x : J I Ib

I cop apples, pared and chopped JE

1'4 teaspoon cop butterS salt 75' rr7reu ) ,

tablespoons flour T

I* cup vinegar I 1 1 -*oyi ENID DUEC1O1 tS '
S
\ top brown sugar
I i Worfcfs ChampitM Womo
Battered crumbs t :
Cook cabbage with apples 10 minutes ,. ; Professed Archer :
bowl of
vegetable snowy. t <
A : "
in salted water, drain (save surrounded withgrtca :

water). Melt butter white eaaliSower is lard to resist. _. ..... '\!
add fiour peas t .
mix. Add H cup Tasty butter sauce variations wl
drained water to humdrum vegetable i
!t add sparkle
vinegar, and dishes. Here are two possibilities: ,
fi '
k1r k
brown sugar, Lemon.Batter Sauce I
stir until thick- :
ened. Add apples !i ClIp batter
and cabbage. hire ot 4 lemon "
Bake in buttered j ubiespooes parsley (If you -i

casserole: in hot oven (400 degrees) prefer
add lemon juke and
octal crumbs are brown Melt butter,
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thoroughly. Add parsley and 5
blend ;
Sweet Potato Cecelia hot with vegetables. An extra PORJNGTHEWAKnME ,
(Serves I to II) serve C x
dish of the kmoa-botter sauce maj CIGARETTE SNORfAGE _
3 pounds sweet potatoes be served on the sideBrnmBatter e
*4 CB, batter Since 1 SJti101CFD M WY r tat _
::- Salt
:' Pepper i$ nap batter CAMElSARETHECHOfCC

;, li teaspooa nutmeg or mate 1 taWespooa chopped parsley OF EXPERIENCE WITH ME! ;
; \i teaspoon cinaamoaH Salt r

to 1 apple cider Pepper 55
nt ,.... UiBoa juice
Mash cooked sweet potatoes. Add 3Melt
butter to a frying pan sac
andcider
butter seasonings
i
cup
Add
mix weQ. Put in buttered stir until a golden brawn .

butter.baking Bake dish in dot a with moderate remaining oven chopped salt and pepper parsley to lemon taste.Jmce.S*"*and hot s j Cfs's' '

or flak.s..4 .
(373 degrees) 30 to 40 minutes until oa vegetables .
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PAGE. EIGHT_ ,-__ GLADES_COCA'TT: DEMOCRAT =___ ___ _ ____ ___ _FRIDAY.__SEPTKMBCn_ 18, 197 J


Island Farmer- v...... ...a. CatW4caIe Jl b*. redMad
Too To Estimate : MCorttar ts law tax L
Early win issue urwa an tk* lit fay Totr are Lowry reuJBtvd to : .* anHi .JAi
I. (Continued from Page 5) Osaiber, A. tx U4T. -1 I app.Cgsace the *! o\- ft-
I Dated th|* Jtth dy Wlacwt. A. serlbe4 em the ilwl Ur ot s tem"'. _
To found its wet slippery surfaceoffer- 194X. u4g at the County Court Hou< in. i- --..
Damage Sugar Cane ed no handholds and was about to (8BAL) D. ft ofEKI, Moor* Haves Glades County Florida
I
; Clerk CircMtt ,. sad thereafter to Tile seek d.f!!nssmm
;ire np hope when two projecting Glades Count. KlorUta.AB I'' you may desire or be advised! hirtpM A:
rusty nails caught bU eye. One of % 25. :+e0L lZl34.. t: Use fH there J=
I which ta Mtt tuf Mtvtm. .
Ferris
Says Only Small ; DOC FOSS KEEPS the nail caught hIs finger ring. I County Demc 'st te kwr. dMigMt-
and held! During the next lull and ed as the newsMnar Urn wfctcft this order -
Portion of Cane Is IS COIRTOK TUB I snail be pobllaV* once a week
: after a bit of a rest. he managed TN rWC"I.: (" C 1KO IT OF! for four consecutive Hernia
"> inch himself aboard the platform I .'.,ORln- AMI FUR (....'01<:81 fail not owlet eMU.CS weeks.dcfauH.
Uprooted Here OPEN ALL -
RADIO I again. "UIT'"o: IC1I.L. iJ&u.. I* DONE AND OarrEJVlb at )Moor
j Haven Glades County, ptnrid.i. this -
; Some time later he found the raft On-oRe.: Itth day of August. IMT.
) Joaiafe Ferris. -pmident of solid of ELIAS WOLL (SEAl.) n. S. WBF.KS.!: _
THROUGH STOR 1 r bumping against a mass ] Oe ff. CleiK .>! ...rc nel Court
r the United States Sugar Corporation hyacinths at the foot of the levee vs.DANNIE. Glades ('OURt"orld,,. t

s said today (Friday) that It was still near the storm gate at Clewiston.!| DAVIS WOU.ERSTEIN, Hr f- S. .Scott Deputy ClrfcCOt'SB +
& JOKKSOCt
) Defendant.
It too early to make a dollar and cents The only means( communicationwith Crawling over the mass he climbed! 'OTICK TO PPKAR Moore Haven. Florida.
estimate of the damage done byAVedneeday's I If up the l Tee. When he reached the{ ORDER FOR rrn....-TIO\ Solicitors for Plaintiff.
the outside world during the TO Mrs. Fannie D ivts tt"nlljtein I Aug. n. 29. Sept 5. 12.I .
f hurricane and that the home-made tcp terrific gusts bf wind hit him
hurrk-ane was the little
ultimate damage will be determined foil force, "blowing him end over t "
station which C. A."Doc" '
radio "
short -
by the weather encountered daring wave end across the levee top and down 1 __ :_ .. : _
completed only day
Foas a I
the next few daya. the leeward sMe. Somewhere near
I before the storm hit. I
.')l0M of the sugar cane around the bottom, he was whipped against)
the lake is lying flat" Ferris said FOM erected a mast only a day a pile of sand. With bare hands he I I
before the storm hit Clewiston, and
"and there is a lot of water over scooped out a shallow hole in the I
the plantations due partly to the tightened gay-wires and made last sand, and there he lay, from fives*
while the first FLAMINGO
minute preparations
hurricane and partly to the high o'clock Thursday morning until 3
gusts of wind ..whipping the big II
the when he
lake level and high water back of seven same morning
his
chop.
AMtriao pines near
the levees prior to the storm. But was discovered by Bill Johnson
"Traffic was maintained" says ,
it ia impossible yet to determine the owner of a fish camp nearby. He

entire damage. Fortunately there was rushed to the emergency sick
Foss.With
were very few places that the cane telephone and telegraphy bay at Clewiston Inn suffering J

was uprooted by the wind. We communications wiped out as the shock and bruises, and later when DAIRY FEED

know there is bound to be considerable wires and poles dropped ahead of the storm subsided to Sugarland I I

damage from the high winds the wind. Foes say hunched on a Hospital where he was convalescing -

the counter of his in a greatly improved conditionas
but a lot depends on future weather high stool behind
Conditions. If we miss the usual office at his little radio-electric shop. the News went to press. Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

'equinoctial rains the loss will un- drinking grapefruit Juice tc keep :Mr. Monroe son had gone to Miami ,

i. doabtedly be minl&ized.: awake and pounding the key of his I that same day and was unable |I Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR
have to due to the hurricane
All levees withstood the pressure transmitter. Doc had hoped to return there.

except two breaks in Diston Island a phone rig ready before the storm fOTICf BALK W THIS AREA AT DEHTDRA1IXG PLANT IN

levees and In another at Chosen. arrived, but a heavy Influx of orders \ ; OK IVTK\TIOX TO MOORE HAVEN
MK .1<*TKH FKTITI011AMK
for radio repairs from residents -
These have been or are being repaired -
i and pumping should soon re- of Clewiston swamped his re- TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

more a considerable portion of the pair force and the best he could dowas Notice Is hereby given that the un- MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
to send code. dersigned, under tile provisions ofChapter
Crater.
ZOSSS. Laws of Florida. Acts
Ferris who has been one of the And send code be did! For thirtysix of mi. will register with the Clerkof
the the Circuit Court, In and for
staunchest advocates of a third out hours he was marooned in I Glades County, Florida upon receiptof
let from Lake Okeechobee. said that storm-tight little concrete build- proof of publication of this notice,
I the fictitious name, to-wit- i
tils week's storm emphasizes the', ing. All emergency power equip- GLADES HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE
need for this third outlet and every ment had been stored in the attic. CORPORATION
under which we are enraged ID business
-effort should be made to obtain its When the city power lines went out.
at Moore Haren. Florida. That
construction before another storm this emergency power provided voltage the parties Interested in said business [ Get flue Habit of A."pfs. et

comes. This outlet would permit the for the short wave transmitter.At are Glenn as T.follows Brower: I

removal of surplus rain waters In the outset two Hallicrafter re- Thomas E. Uarkctte II
I L. N. Davis. I I
ceivers were set at "standby. But
About half the time it takes at present -, Dated at Moore Haven Florida this
I as amateur senders in the path of 18th day of September. 1545. 11MFamiJy _
the storm lost their power and were Sept. 19. it, Oct. J. 10.ItOTICi3 !
About 600 sugar corporation em- -
ployees were evacuated northward unable to transmit so there was A11A! ? % Fort
nothing for Doc to receive except OK APPLIfATlOX FOB I
tin relief trains from the East ShoreZoa. TAX PEEDN'OTIC'E
from farther on-where the storm D.pt.
Myers
.
Ferris said and all others ,
would strike-after it had hit Clew- 13 HEREBY GIVE that
"Were taken care of at the starch e e
iston. Frances A. Hardy, holder of Everglades stairs". n.
lant. Despite the fact that some Drainage District Tai Certificate -
4,000 of these employees a nd Clew- To the tune of crashing pines and number 450. dated the Sftth
day of June A. D. 19(2, bas filed said
iston residents were cared for during palms about the little building Doc Certificate in my office and has made

the storm by the sugar corpora- pounded out emergency calls. The application for tax deed 'to issuethereon Y
in accordance Said
with law
tion and the Red Cross not one Red Cross was notified of their Certificate embraces the fallowing Easy Terms Purchases $10 More
single first aid treatment was re- needs in Clewiston, and were able described property situated in Glades"ounty. on or
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quired for them. to get help In early. The railroad Lot 1.Florida lank ;3.to-wit II.or, H.-i\.n ncr FROM OUR C.-\T.\LOC.-Onc tooooo Items
with communication wires all down, The assessment of th d pp- -Y
Doc's to send and rljrundtr aid i"fifi.. t. (.-- d w ,s -st
fell back on rig .
in the uamt > i nki! w .
HurricaneComtinBd- transmit orders. The USSC found

I that their only means of maintaining --

( from Page 1) contact' with the outride world I
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was at the little concrete building
Uttir drayage was not greatar sad I '
at the corner of Central and \ (
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ace eheerfilly Btarttnf oat to
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t Dr&.
.fean ap as rapidly as possible.
j Another section from which no1Iefinlte 1 When it was all OT. no? dr-i'I '
e I II
report has been ieceiredt I ped his key, and crawled over pines

i ; this time Is tile Bare Beach area the length of Ventura "tr.-, t. When !

i in Glades County where no levee II i he reached Clewiston Inn he

protection i* afforded and residentsare than made .P for the nil ala morf.'j

t always evacuated as nearly a* mined. Then he crawled into I r
A3 IONS AGO AS THE 63 CElt CCKTUR1ES WE* M THE 1. WWORLD.
r : possible. High wind tides went over aid slept. He had slept 14 TU*. 8.C SCJtBES KCOTOE3 I EVERY err OF WttiTHS

the highway between Moore Haven I IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS WAS sTiu 0045 Stair if4STAltN6lY ]
s ACTS OF STATE ON TASLCTS OF cif i4A. n SMMSHMSMSBHIM.
and Laktport, north of the levee
i through Tuesdaynight. STONE. LEATHER OK P.ARu5.a { fit.PUr 3
all
: and the road between Lakeport and tinuous one
I NEED e COPCt)
MBI
TO ItOKK
Indian Prairie Canal. now under Many of these evacuees AS SOON AS -rrot rr AT ONCE,
a fl construction is impassable. It is stopped in Sebring and erroneous fO .BLE. Jl CCKEKAi.

not believed however, that there is reports concerning the destruction arrtslsN6T0i4.
ij *9y great damage to property in prevented many of them from returning -

.t I this Beach section. as soon as they might have I

1> The motorcade formed by evaxuaees -1 returned to their homes.

; 1 not only from the lower\ Individual storm accounts may OJt

;s! Glades but also from Miami and be received next week from each

I other East Coast cities began to I separate community but this week,

I I Tues-day with papers two days late. I trust I

x a con-' this will suffice. t


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