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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: October 3, 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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VOLOIK MOORE IIAYKV FLORID FKIDAY. OCTOIIEK 3. 1017 St-IISCIUVT1O.-$2.O 1'EK YEAH
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I Fishermen Fail To GetConstitutional Rep.Faces Joe Charges Peeples In j i Lake Level May Reach III



Writ': Highlands CountyRep. : Highest Point Since '12


Joe Poppies and his brother

Pending Cases Are Put Closed Game SeasonIn Woodrow Pet>ples were arrested in I -
week on Level Now Stands JustA
I Highlands County last F.F.A. Chapter Holds

At Calendar Top By County Will Be charges brought by County Commissioner Couple of Tenths
Jackson: of that county Meeting Wednesday

High Court Asked This Year charging them with aggravated as- --- Under 1926With

sault. Rep. Pe P Attorneys for the Lake Okee- a use bond and Woodrow ender -
Because of th-: damage done to Farmers of America held its regular
and the St. Johns River the county game crop by flood wa- they will face trial at the next session meeting last Wednesday, September chobee now standing at approximately -

commercial fishermen failed Monday ters during the summer followed by of circuit e nrt in that county.No 24, at seven o'clock in the high 19.4 feet (Okeechobee da-

In their attempt to obtain from i the hurricane of last month, and further Information on the school agriculture'building.. tum) and reported to be still rising
the Court constitutional been received here than it la believed that the lake will
State Supreme a- because most other South Florida case has Temporary officers were appointed -[
writ which would have permitted I was printed In dally papers trfc reach the highest level attained
.
counties are planning to ask for a by the advisor until the follow-
them to continue seining first of the week. The Peeples since 1912 when the elevation was
I operations pending the outcome of closed game season this year, a petition Brothers have large land and cattle ing the officers ensuing were school elected term to: sertefor 21.t In November of that year.

several cases which bare been ap- is being circulated today to interests in Highlands County President-Donald GalassteL Since 1912 the highest lake level

pealed to the high court. The court, ask the county commission to de- In Jackson's district and It U pre- Vice-Free..-Ronald Morris was reached following the 192C

however' agreed to put these appealed clare the county closed to the killing sumed that the dispute arose over Secretary--John Brannan. storm when the average lake level

eases at the top of the calen- 'of quail turkey and deer this something! concerning! this Interest. Treasurer--James Langdale. was guaged at 1J.S by the Everglades

dar and arrangements hare been season. The arrest was made by Sheriff Reporter-Edward Cook. Drainage District. The levelat

made for these caw to be heardon Some talk in this direction was, Doyle Schumaker of Highlands Sentinel-Brewton Ball. Moore Haven has already surpassed

October 20. beard during the summer when i I County. Advisor-W. O. Whittle. I this figure but the average*
Failure of the group to obtain other surrounding counties had -- level will be something ovcr19.4
i The president appointed the flowing -
this writ, which had appeared a talked of doting but after they had the since this aide of the lake has been
to on
serve program
vtrtmal certainty, has erected a decided to stay open the idea was:BASS CONTEST GOES: committee: Jimmie Craw, chairman Influenced by wind tides to some e*-

pessimistic attitude in the fishermen dropped here. Now there is a definite ; Idral Bowen and Glenn Hut- tent during the past week.
but II. O. Stewart.Lakeport move on to close in these other
of UM area
chinson. It ta also believed that the 1912
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flab dealer who attendedthe counties and to preserve what gameis FINAL ROUND
INTO
elevation was recorded prior to the
; Our advisor. Mr. Whittle,
hearing, refuse to lose his left in Glade County the closingIs presented
construction by Hamilton Bisston
that the seen as imperative.More a number of things we plan
commercial
and believe
optimism : to accomplish the which of the first two outlet canals from
f fishermen will let win out. than a hundred signatures FISHING EXCELLENT during year
the lake, Nine-Mile Canal and
were heartily approved by the mem-
This optimistic attitude is baaed bad been obtained on the petition
i bers. Judging from the Interestand Thr -lI1e Canal but the Democrat
largely on the opinion of a Pa- which was circulated by E. L. ,
has been unable to find the date
latka circuit Judge that the aniend- Brannan. I All l.dze ilonor In the Okee- enthusiasm of the membership
the Future Farmer boys win Put that these canals were dag.
i ment which created the State Game rlioix-v nig Mouth Ifciss Tontotare
I real of work this Discharge of water through the
over a program
and Fresh Water Fish Commission Mobile Unit To Be
reouete to send or bring locks here started the first of
is inoperative because it was not I year. was
i heir prizes to the office of the the week after the Caloosahatchee
s properly passed by the legislature Here On WednesdayFor The meeting was followed by an
which passed it on for adoption by I drwiston Xews not later than I hour of fun and frolic after which Canal level had dropped to a con-

Florida voters. TB X-Rays noon Wednesday, Oct. H. If M"nt. refreshments were served by the siderable extent apd there was nj),

Pat Whitaker of Tampa. R. K. the prizes should be ...a"'u1l1p.d..I. advisor w-- danger of flooding areas in the

Belle of Miami and Miss Mary Shut The State Board of Health will and U all instances lower river valley. The lower lock

t man of Okeechobee, attorneys for mobile XRayunit Time Of gates were opened twenty feet witha
bring their largest Episcopal
the commercial fishermen Asked for when' left at the on'., ears prix seven foot head and an estimated

the constitutional writ on the here next Wednesday morningto most bear a tag with the name Services Changed 4,000 second feet of water is being

grounds that fishermen were destitute take pictures of those whose and addrr of the donor. The discharged through the opening.

:' and "facing starvation. At- first pictures taken by the other collection fo in prcparalton for a Boats, particularly skiffs should
Rev.
Arthur J. Lively of Pahokee
torneys for the game commission, machine a few weeks ago, show downtown display of the content be very cautions about coming too

however, made light of the emerg- any possibility of tuberculosis. prizes. and the tag Insure that who has been conducting Episcopal close to te upper end of Unlocks

ency. \. There are only four of these each merchant awl donor gets services here on Wednesday mornings during discharge for the torrent Is

Toe hearings which fff scheduled suspects, according to Information credit for his \JoaaUon. Card at Bin o'clock announced !Terr-,.swift and it U .extremely
I Mor October 29 the"1i1gtrtpart' received from .the office of the wlir'be furnished,' bearing "each this weeV that; In"the future, these doab&rul" that any boat coafd r.

f! t 'will conclude the legal battle which health unit here and these have donor's name and address and services would be held at five o' main upright were It to be caughtla

f i bas been waged since the lake was been notified to appear for the condition of the prize, at no rot clock on Wednesday afternoon except the current and swept through

closed a year ago Wednesday, the larger picture. Should there bean to donors in the display, whichIt on the first Wednesday In the the locks. The lock chamber U so

supreme court baring promised to ) others with suspected or arrested U hoped ran be wt up by the month when Holy Communion will fall of water that both gates must

hear all of the cases and obtain a TB who wish to have an X- following day, to remain for the be held at the morning hour. be closed at one time for lockages.

I clear-cut ruling: Ray made application should be rest of the contest. I Services are being held now at Rainfall recorded: In Moore' Haven

Two acts passed by the 1947 ses-I made to Mrs. Eugene H. Boyles at I The Okeechobee Big! Mouth Bass the Woman's Club clubhouse and for September shows 10.35 at

'I (Continued on rage I) the health office. Contest. extended for an additional I a cordial Invitation Is extended to the Locks and 11.33 at the station
t j all to attend. (Continued on Page I.
month last week goes Into its third I

i and final month with a bane. Entries -I

I 1 to date have run high with

; Best Itass Fishing In | many good sited bass entered, as Cane Loss Estimated

well as many entries for other II

Years classifications of donor prizes from

If\\ Twenty-Four ,I merchants and Lakeport.in Clewtaton. Moore Haven -I At 15 Per CentFirst

f Owing (o a tale of the contest f ..

Thousands of Fish Come! New Appliance StoreIs 'I that no weights will be disclosed i I P.-T. A. MeetingAt

the this angle of the; Pumping Is Difficult
until end,
To Creeks To Get In-
; In Opened Here tournament has received no pub School TonightThe

Out of StormIt's Theatre BuildingThe I Uclt). However many big bass Against Very High
have already been entered. Due to.
Lake Level
first meeting of the Glades
the excellent fishing weather that
an 111 wind blows no- G'.aaes Household Appliance I followed the hurricane and high'I County Parent-Teacher Associationwill

body some good as local and visiting Corporation opened their new store, water of the past two weeks how- be held tonight in the school Charles E. Wetherali executive

sportsmen are learning. The here on Thursday under the management -| ever It was decided to extend the auditorium.A vice-president and general manager
f
region about Lake Okeechobee has I of United States Sear
of Glenn Brower a member affair another month. splendid program has been ar. Corporation
become the kind of paradise fishermen of the corporation. The location Entrants so far have turned in yesterday morning disclosed that a
and
dream of all their lives, but U In the store room adjacentto very respectable tallies. Sportsmen ranged refreshments will be preliminary estimate of damage to
seldom to actually experience.The served. All school patrons are urged the 11 n-u
the
expect the Glades Theatre. Others in from this vicinity need not hang sugar cant trOD by
; hurricane Is credited with the corporation are Thomas E. Mar- their head IB shame when sportsmen to attend, whether or not they i recent hurricane and high water has

causing the bass to leave their deep kette and I* N. Davis, both of Clew- from other areas brag about are members of the P.-T. A. been placed at fifteen per cent.However .

- holes In mid lake and turn Inlandto iston, and owners of the Home Ap- the big fish they have "back home." Mr. Wetherald added.

escape the desperate waveactionand Mance Company of that city.A It is expected that bigger fish will 261 Typhoid Shots there Is a touch and go condition
turbulent waters. These bass at the present time and the tall
f
of
very attractive display has been : be entered during the balance
ought refuge far inland In creeks Given Here FridayAt effect of the high water cannot be
; made of radios washers, October but If no larger fish are
'v and canals, in much the same manlIer i determined until It U seen whetheror
tors and other, appliances rerrl1era-1 I caught than have already been
t, drift before such a
cattle not there is additional rain with.
expected: that the store landed the present heaviest bass the typhoid Immunization
{ storm according to experts. With In the next few weeks. These fay
line of goodsas will certainly hold against
very much the same 1 up any- clinic last Friday 2(1 shots were
t flood conditions following on the I tare weather conditions, h. said,
.,: i that handled by the parent company thing caught elsewhere in Florida. given by Dr. H. W. Holllngsworth,
the wind near Lakeport .
heels of could make the damage considerateIy
The rules of the contest and 1
In ciewlston. county health officer and the shots
f and La BeUe. many former cattle complete list of prize donors and I heavier or. If quick drying weather
will be continued at the clinic to-
Fisheatlng
pastures bordering on U available it may t* slightly
prizes will be published next weekto
1 Creek and the Caloosahatchee ,are Baptist Church Begins { remind fishermen of the regulations day.The number given today will I....
rewards to earnest I
k now yielding rich Series Of Revival i and goals. I probably drop off considerably since )fl'. Wetherald also expressed
k tail casters. himself as feeling that additional
J' The really good fishing started Services Next MondayRevival ;i Both City Pumps Are many booster of shots.those last week were fatllltUw mart b* provided for controlling -

. only a day or so after the hurricane I I I the level of Lake Okeechobe -
subsided, and from latest reports -
Now Installed accurately.
Lakeport services will begin at the i < more
Is stUl' going on along outlet the areas of Baptist Church on Monday. October i i I very nicely. In order to Increase The general manager wat not
road and In other to the opening of
questioned
the lake. Literally thousands of g. it was announced this week by I[ Max Cole will, today, virtually I the efficiency of the north pump it the season bat other' of'
: bottleneck Rev. John Moore, pastor of the complete the Installation of the second sugar
traffic
i 1- bass have crossed the was necessary to remove the small f.elals have indicated that If fWWs

bridge at Moore Haven. i church. city drainage pump at the south culvert on Fourth Street daring the are dry enough to enter for case -
Catches well In excess of hundreds The evangelist will be Rev. J. H. I I city limits ditch but this pump will
operationwill
I height of pumping operations which that at least a partial
per person have been reported some Sotley. pastor of the Baptist Church not be ready for ate until a motor. this month. Last
:, vouched for by reliable at Mt. Dora and formerly pastor of now on order, has been delivered.The forced a detour over the main road k the began season late opened the latter

es to such strings. fye-wttneal-j' the Punta Gorda church. concrete foundation to hold the I to the colored quarters. This culvert year of October and it It believed ,
part ;
Services will begin each eveningat motor Is the only detail stlfl lacking .
practice has been to I IHItHferstae" has now been replaced by a; that the opening date had been m
bass, and then go on '7:at. The song service will be October ST.
five-foot concrete culvert and the this for about
year
fishlnic and throwing 'em back. Just I under the direction of the pastor While awaiting delivery of a motor I The level of Lake Okeechcbe to inow
for the sheer sport with Tom More at the piano. SPeC- the small pump which has been road la again open. at Its highest point since 1923aad
vocal InstrameataU used at this location Most of the water has noV bees
Sunday along the levee which has ial music, either or previously U still .firing- Ev r'Ua s
been thrown open as a read as far will be presented at each has been left in plac for any removed from the towsslte as far Drainage .record-for that -Tea

as Alderman's camp, and from that &en Ire. t'merteDCYlmplnr but at this time west as the Hooey ditch except a ahowe4. a peak,of U.' and,Yed"
spot to Osnsptons store the cul-II A cordial invitation is extended the first pump Installed OR First few-low spots where connecting ltDEMOCRAT"-

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A manufacturer, unable to gei i

.q I machine to run properly al I
hough his best mechanics ha(,
r 1 Turn and Turn About Is Fair Play :tried their skin on it, called in ai

? Ben S1Ud1cate.-WNU Feature ixpert to fix the machine. Tbi
: s i it pert came looked and Estenet

sn am acc tor about two minutes, tightened t
: certain screw, and the macbint

ran smoothly. The expert depart
, ad, leaving a bill for $50.

Th manufacturer. astonishetit
such a price for five minutes
i work wrote and demanded at

itemized statement. He receive

, :She following:
Tightening a screw.... .f .2$
Knowing which screwto

tighten ........., 49.75


TOTAL ................$59...

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FARMING PAYSA
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\A/ discharged after four been
man who bill long accustomed
VV years of service," to supporting bit family Quick Breads Take Little Mixing Time. L

writes a man from one of New naturally bates to stay home (See recipes below.) AMERJ A'S HtVOMe !

York state's big cities, "I found and do the housework while his J -nlaE5 ONLYONE "S

readjustment very hard. I had wife earns the bread. As result I Tempting Breads LYNN CHAMBERS. U I cOM RAKES-GETTHE '

risen to the rank of captain, and of the tear's dislocations, bow There is no aroma more appetite- I ORGINAL.lN' WHITE,
had had interesting duty over Barbecued Lamb Breast
tier, many self-respecting men provoking than that tantalizing one RED, ACID GREEN PACKAGE.REGULAe f
seas. To come back to our upper find themselves in this position. which comes from the oven in which Green Lima Beans

flat, in a quiet block, and beginto Frank bad been an executive oft i I bread is baking. And what is more Pan-Fried PotatoesSpinachCarrot OR. U\1LY SIZE. :
Salad -
look for work was dishearten machinery before the ;9f a treat than eating the bread Itself t i
I 44. old firm a company CombreadBeverage I
ing. am My -
He entered the and 'Swedish Pancakes F
war army s
supply firm for big machinery, gained commission.Yben Piping hot muffins add interest to : ,
a captain's Recipe given.Raised _
had been absorbed, and I was > the simplest supper; hot coffee cake I
\ be returned civilian :
to life
offered only half my former sal i Its a delight to I
ary and much less than half my be found that be could get only both early and Luncheon Muffins. I :

former responsibility. My wife half his former salary at the com j I late risers while (Makes 1 dozen 3-inch muffins) I -. I

advised my refusal, saying that all'. His wife, Adele, meanwhile 'thick and thin 1 package yeast, compressed I, ., i
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we could wait for something bet bad inherited Unit business slices alike as M cap lukewarm water

ter. That was two years ago. from a friend, and was making !i I long as they are 14 cup milk I
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2
of homemade !1t eggs
"Meanwhile she had become in- substantial profits. ;; i
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bread-make su- U cap sugar
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terested in who had Adele and Frank decided buy '
a woman pat- salt -
perb sandwiches for school lunches 1 teaspoon
ented a certain type of children's a large farm near the city. Frank 1>!lor late snacks. cap melted shortening i

garments. After Adele had been and the two little daughters now I' Many homemakers don't bother 1 teaspoon grated orange rind .

with her a year this woman died lire on the farm, while Adele :i to make homemade bread because 2U cups floor, lifted 1

leaving interest in the it business to my wife and, who a' half-had spends most of her time if the ;, they think it is a time-consuming Crumble yeast into lukewarm water i

befriended her to the extent of a city with the business.Tbis wouldbe !; procedure. Actually., it's far simI to soften. Scald tniTltT CooL

small loan in the beginning. This all right, except that Frank 1| pier than mixing a cake or even Beat eggs in mixing '

means that Adele is now the bead cannot make the farm pay, and I racking a vegetable, and the pleas- bowL Add '
and part-owner; of a business employing be is annoyed at doing household ore of it is so great, it's more sugar, salt, shortening } to I J
than worth the little effort and orange ;}
six with
five or assistants, chores.
a bookkeeper sewing machines and Miss Norris advises him to Orange Oatmeal bread is good Add rind. cooled Mix well I:
all the setup of a small concern. when sliced thin for sandwiches. i
make the best of the situation, -
and 1 cup flour. See bow
Her profits run to as much as $600 Moist and tender, it keeps its flavor I
which no means difficultone. Beat smooth. Add softened yeast.
$700 month. easily and slices readily. The
or a Frank it six Mix welL Add remaining flour. SCOTT'Sbnid helps
.
"After consultation we decided to working only I i Savor actually improves when the !
buy a farm. 17 miles out of town acres of the 200 they own. With !bread is kept for a day before being Beat 2 minutes. Fill greased muffin ] yon op!
half full. Let rise in warm -i
and I put all my savings into thatMy little assistance and tome enterprise Jut place pans until doubled (about 45 minutes H m Ntl r.. *.... -
: two daughters, my mother andI Miss Norris tells him, be I Orange Oatmeal Loaf. aat aWe beat ..-
Bake in moderate (375-
) a ,.. .
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run this place. Adele pays the could earn a ttry good living i I! (Makes 4-by-7-inch loaf) degree) oven for 18 to 20 minutes. .-......7-..t 4nl A AD ot ;,
bills and comes home once or twicea this milk Vitamin root Them try i"-4 t..tle.
from large acreage. \ ?i cup evaporated Date and Pecan Ring Is an at- Seott1 EmMmtfc RICH EXUGY
week. My health and condi--
nerve
!& cup orange Juice tractive as well as novel bread. FOOD TONIC I SM .hew m
tion are perfect now and I love I i 1 teaspoon grated orange peel ..,. t. ..t Fax ....th
farming but the place does not pay men and women are not so different Date and Pecan Ring f Bw ,.. esa Sabi d
1 cup quick-cooking oats : .! Swtf.ill. "'.on.. ."
for itself. Ir galls me to have my but what you can make. it a sue.cesa ; 1 cup sifted flour Dates halved ..,.,., AA0 VitMita; .a4to
wife settling down; perhaps twice a too. ;' \< teaspoon salt Pecans, halved fl.u.tttr wtudiae _.... elL
month to discuss expenses and Put That Land to Work.If t Honey .', fake re e.esesL JIQ
1 teaspoon baking powder fer a& rear Ant tton
floor
white
write a check for me. you have 194 acres of top farm 1 teaspoon soda 1 flip sifted than Just 1t000ic- .
lie Does the Housework. land still uncultivated, you arc }i cup sugar 2li teaspoons baking powder ',poweffa/nourishment I .iI
"In fact, the whole situation galls doing your country and, inciden H chopped nuts 14 teaspoon soda
cup
me. Jane and Pam are only and 9. tally yourself, an injustice. Gel 1 1 teaspoon salt 1 1I
en
not old enough to be of much assist. some government bulletins, the advice H cup molasses 1 cup unsifted whole wheat flour I lifIImI1

ance. I help with breakfast, wipe of your county agriculture 2 tablespoons shortening, melted U cap brown sugar

dishes, sweep porches, drive the agent, and a man to help make % Clip pitted dates, chopped I _ .
girls to school and stop on the way all that land profitable. Without ir Mix milk orange juice and grated H cup pecans, coarsely chopped -- - -

home to market It isn't a man's the least abandoning your help tc peel and add to oats. Let this mixture itt caps rica milk TRY POST-WAtATERAC7J1 G"

life, yet I don't know what to do to your mother, you can get a business stand for an 2 tablespoons vinegar '
change it My wife has her city started there that will satisfy mmr? l.4 hour. Sift flour 2 eggs, beaten COLDTABLETS

friends, her dates her clubs, new your very souL For there is no workso C salt, baking powder 2 tablespoons shorteninf melted 666
clothes theatre trips. She has lately exciting, so fascinating, so profitable l soda andsugar. Grease an 8-inch ring mold thoroughly -
met a actor who is producing make Mother Earthyour Y1' Add To decorative topping
young as to good prepare .
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three plays for summer stock, and partner. Chickens wheat chopped nuts. alternate halves of dates and .te.ede.......'"liIb9! !
has parts in them aD. When she prunes, walnuts, berries-the world .f Beat egg into pecans on bottom of mold and drizzle '- ............
comes home she listens to the children cannot get enough of them, and m (- :< oatmeal mixture. with honey. In a mixing s --
is enthusiastic over newly-laid plain dairy cattle pay fine dividend. Add molasses and bowl, sift flour, baking powder, soda j -1
!. eggs and sauce from our own fruit right from the first. ... A beat thoroughly. and salt. Add whole wheat flour ; 'II/ Sam? .
trees is always nice to my mother You are making the mistake sc Jf; z l Stir in melted brown sugar, dates, nuts and mix ;
.
-and off she goes again. many wives make. You are tryingto shortening. Add thoroughly. Combine milk and vin- ; \ rii inn arts ut HIM w -:

"I said I was straightened out live Adele's life instead of your Pour mixture and stir just to blend egar. Add shortening, then add > RHEUMATISMNCURITISLUMBACO
It's not quite true. This life is own. Let her work out her own solution ;i Pour into a greased loaf pan and beaten eggs. Stir in dry ingredi-! '
; ideally restful for me; I love it But I and concentrate on yours. That i i bake in a moderate (350-degree) ents. Mix just until flour disap- :

crowds. responsibility, competition she is the chief moneymaker now is { oven for about 50 minutes, or until pears. Pour into prepared ring &J1 j 1
in business. stiD confuse and. exhaust a postwar accident. Evidently she i i :lone. mold and bake in a hot (425- I
t me. I know I am unfit to happy in her work, and successfuland Pecan Wheat Muffins. degree) oven for 13 minutes, then j -

seize the reins, become the bread why not? Make your end of h > (Makes U t* IS mamas) reduce heat to moderate(330 degrees j -
winner again. Yet to be free-while equally fascinating and successful ) and continue baking for 20 TrV&Lspa.lanau.a.na
i 1 sifted whole wheat Boor
she is working-to cut flowers for Build a breakfast porch paint a *.i cup sifted white flour to 25 minutes. t
my mother, help the children with room here and take down a partition ;i 4 teaspoons cap biking powder Swedish Pancakes With tat-aw.a! e 1 1H
homework saw up a fallen tree for there revel in the society ol Berry Sanetv 1 j taatu&fN Nit N klttrif s
firewood seems like play. Am .I losing your mother and your girls. Whatever 'I H 1 teaspoon salt (Serves 4) tt U It* Kit KW!.B Itt M taupe*Nltt Inul

her respect by sinking into this Adele may think now, yours i* H eggcup brown sugar 1 cup sifted enriched floor 1 ea was ci.tee tatlINlflf l11

groove? We have 200 acres here but the better chance for permanent I H cop evaporated milk 14 teaspoon.baking powder
only six under cultivation. I could building and planning.You H cap water % teaspoon salt
get a good price for top farm land. were lucky in the war yean ) tablespoon melted shortening 1 tablespoon npr I GIRLS! WOMEN

Shall we sell, move back into the to obtain rank get high pay, have H cup chopped pecans 1 egg, beaten try tiffs H
city and shall I brace myself to interesting work and come home 1 cop milk roa'riNERVOUS

'_ ., ckr the fight again. .?" uninjured. Then came Adele's turn Sift first four ingredients twice 1 tablespoon melted shortening 1
,," for a little luck; she made herself returning bran in sifter to sifted Sweetened berries er Jam '
:
t Dear Frank. I wy to reply: Yours I invaluable to a business partner and mixture. Beat egg add bfO'A"DlU- Sift together flour! baking powder,
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; _: Is not the only home that has been was rewarded. But never forget ar, milk and water. Stir until mixture salt and sugar. Combine egg, milk M'TI ffi JAW If __
ti- turned, ,topsy-turvy by the war I that for years Adele with aH this Is dissolved then add short- and melted shortening. Mix welL Dof-.Je ta.etlowl..cJ omt
i-' Among all the wreckage your problem : ambition and capability pent up JD.i ening. Stir liquid quickly into dry Add to flour mixture. Mix smooth. eo wens u.a make&a4 IW tend tal 011I..aeons-..aaeL!;Meals tasa!,
.-.- is to simple, and has been so i' side her-was doing exactly what Ingredients. With the last few stirs Using 2 tablespoons of batter for Thou do Sl'J ladle t At.Lb.ta9 isas

;:'i completely solved, that it cannot beg&5ias j you find so humiliating caring for add chopped nuts. Four batter Immediately each cake, bake on hot griddle or table....GampeeM Is _to Ie nU.q Was TsL.e I1ICIa ornp-,...
- a.real situation at all. home and babies dusting cooking into greased muffin ff"T. skillet. -
Spread each cake with butter
f' iT--' Women accept the status you find I I marketing and asking you fox Baa in a hot (400-degree) oven then with berries or Jam. Itt'* ;. .......;: /omen .
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Strange but yon tin keepa
circulating library In a stationery


F About shop.all the happiness Ia choosing>> a paint color for a Put a thin eoat of transparea
I there is in the world is a by- wan. it is well to remember that shellac on your recipe cards a
ESC product of work. buff will blend with almost any recipe book covers. This eliminates
Released by W... Noses count but ia a flirtation other shade. the possibility of getting
By INEZ the "eyes" usually bare -.- grease marks on these much use
TOUIS -brwws 1-4 ':$4% "it." When sewing by machine, check kitchen items.
14'HI. Golf is where ball the tension of the thread on the --
J- a game a
Psalm ":1
. New York : -
1H! inches in diameter is bobbin and the spool to assure To avoid chipping your fnr
the summer placed on another NIl 1,_ neat and even stitching. china when washing it use a hitch
working in I F Revelation miles in diameter. The object I -5- en towel or rubber mat in the bottom

was so : is to hit the small ban I Pot a small pan of water in the of the dish pan.
"The Arch of .; October s, 1947 and not the large one. bottom of the oven when baking --
I moist heat T. keep aa open radio free from
he could I With a budget system ia cakes and cookies. The
else. i improves the baking by making it dust use the blower of the vaotrura
anything the home before
lesson turn you worry
that w I rise better and prevents burning. and blow away the dust b*
: one instead of after.J939.
I field of Bible study yon spend fore begin to dust the room.
boil
the role of Do not allow the water to d..ry.I you
of the
quarter I
doorman -his from the Epistles,

his applied boundless fresh j of Paul. I NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS t1//H
"
the nut two, are
theork of to the Hebrews-

Charles Boyer. one of my favorite Exquisite Doily Pineapple Design pglj41Js
superb. Calhern books in the Bible. i

who have been The passages of Dot to an mnsuan large demand and
x picture, so he study for this lessonare current condition, sUa-htfr more time trecutred 1 RM1A11TOIOR
o his long and ia fining orders far a few ot the I
Hebrews 1-3; most popular patterns.
career qualifies 1 8:5-13; with kindred I Send roar order to: I

. .fj'... really good acting.Rise passages in Matthew PICKUP TRUCKS
3:18, 17 and Snrtar Circle Xeeelceraft Dept
r' Stevens SM W. Rudolph St. CaJe&f sa. QL
; John 14:5-11. Suggested Enclose 30 cents for JAUenLNo
ily Hour, really devotional _ _ _ _
i a place to live reading for the lesson I
-, Ing in a picture is Psalms 40: 1A4dr- .
; ; a big house is Just 1-8. -

to' herself, her The title of the
; rear- ld son. lesson has refer
, to Christ-the bettet
i :: Son of God in hii J'isKM11
Ll'f bring the father'
nigh unto at ?

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:T 1. Up to 1869 what-wMAAAw large city

l- f sundry times and was called Yedo !
lI manners spake ii 2. Where is the native home of Weatherproof*B Purpose top of BttUcw
the fathers by the the Hottentots? resistant heavy duck. Sturdy ihunama
I : in these last days 3. Who possessed the face that fame with patented fastenings that keep
cover lieU and tt 1D. Two txnkr sale"
by his son whom he "launched 1,000 ships"?
II
fastener either tide of back rarula.
i heir of aQ things, by 4. How many workers in the at
One man can install_or of in a jifff-
: made the worlds" world earn less than four Amer-
I with only hut bolt 4 ft. model :bows
1 and 2. ican dollars week?
a ITailaMe also ia 5 wad 6 ft.dear -.
! when he was bap- 5. Do dogs dream
; straightway out"Of I 6. A misogynist is one who does Ftf.olpicktpbo4.tofituuaom
l RISE lo, the heavens i what? a.-.w T DODGE
;- him and be saw t f t.J. C-M.C. Mso MassrwisiuM.w.
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the gaudier descending like The Answers . VULYSOVnUANDH.

i email parties for lighting upon him; .H od I tan pid with her radio
t; r schedule of i from heaven say 1. Tokyo Japan. fro* your mcmotat iultr. -
beloved son. ia 2. South Africa.
! J- formances she is I. i
! young singers- pleased" Mat- 3. Helen of Troy. I
f slated { 4. Half of them. The Chinese, ,
already :
I
t a more beautiful I one-fifth of the world population .::1
: Stewart I I manifestation of ANOTHER top-notch pineapple had a low of $1.40 per week before -
I of Jesus with a center inflation.
J actor ("Antony : I of delicate little medallions 5. It is generally believed that
The Man in i I . makes this exquisite doily. So they do, because of their actions

James English Mason fans in.' I many uses! . while they are asleep, StJosephlQ
6. A misogynist is one who hates
this country. Now I'I i revelation of Jesus Make duo, ta S dies. Large one 10 women I
to come here i; that love is the inches In Ne. 30 a>t..... Pattern t3II: for 2 gigues -
L versal the door into the i
I N_. iraorvved pattern makes needlework
Eagle-Lion room. "The father M simpl. with Its charts. photos, I II Pouring new horsepower into an aid Erie
:: gun by r e Ie a and hath given all concise direction Price of pattern 10

i' t Granger's hand" John 3:39.: I cent II ... .er -- Whey aa engine tmotts.bums oil.tow
I 3 -' J key. It is ever soi I I t power,you can pour ia new horsepower
I'B
$ At Columbia i which God Eyeglasses in Ruins of and end oil wasie by haY II it recraxStioned -
I 1., Ing about what to his trusting chi]- -''j. - od: eq topped wit a new Sealed Power -
Parks. He let j Nineveh; Origin UnknownIt Pistoa Einp.There's a Scaled Fewer

f for his role as a of God ia If\ RiDe Set speoficadljr catineered for your
: 4 in The .- : is not known who invented car.truck,or tractor engine.wfaat ever the
carries the further ... nuke, .
have model or cylinder wear co :itiaa
Eyeglasses
1 up man eyeglasses probably
I tklarV lave bee See yes:Sealed Power Franchise Dealer.
t his "wig" and been invented-and then the
of blessed
oar -.I IT Sw oil,sere gas,restore power.
{ ,r: i i read elsewhere that art lost-a number of times.
f Roger Bacon suggested them in ...
They BO in slag far III-
t Ii' say him. which paota
the 13th century, Salvino D'Armato .4.haokhtoi. ........-. a.w .
achieved fame I things bold togeth Ioil. _..-..
; w comic strips; if world Itself. Jesus of Italy devised a pair of spec- i Ifi free sod stay
t Smith can be i ff hath been given tacles in 1285, and Chinese manuscripts -lcd row lots alS .weer.
f' She has been and en earth." dated 1260 mention eye WOe it ktoe'w i
bet," "Winnie i glasses. But a lens was found in I -Ltd stir s.w t
qi: er Potts." i of passive love i the ruins of Ninevah. and Nero .1NIIUf IWmI -
I | perfect lore in ac I watched Christians being thrown i
Every radio; ; things committed to i to the lions in the Coliseum
1
seems to have Again we cat i, through an emerald monocle, although 11I i
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father's world. a.
J t picking i! he was probably using the n ?l
l j ti
i of ABC's emerald as a sun glass. i -
1 his participants | Cad I II

through the Christ reveal # r
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; also the father, f
t' A big ; Reading now into the I \4 s ''1v
I! I-r "Breakfast in !I of Hebrews, we find I Il 9ICE.iJTIe ii&r7ie"
I f& der way October "God also bearing 1 t I
I it etnan his hats I witness both with '-
rings etc., will : { and with divers ;
Ii profits from seat' gifts of the Holy I' 1 i 4

'.;f-.. to the local 1 to his own wOL" 'I
will that be be !
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Wiekes. FAYE BUSING
; Mary he mast do the reI I soyi z. ,
brought from to John 14:5-11. ;; % Rodeo Star :
't- wood in 1941 ,r again that reveali hi

Came to Dinner Jests patiently 1 i hJ

!. movie Bros.' role" in .. and hath Philip seen me de- ;i: 1

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sbe s a fine -- father."

; When Peggy of God in &irw "
r Peter Lorre on us far beyond :
of God in the Old :
j. la the Air" : ; and fanpres- IT5 TRUE W RIOINGANA
over how slim fA W05ARETTESTOOI
because of work. ]I i CS IT JED x

she explained. : 4 MANY BRAND o JR WAG hE _
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> tug his revelation means ". :
-, ducer I know of. ministry," be- _.eAMaS swrME EsTI

I has now become :
The 1 of a better covenant, :
fun being !1 upon better I
must remain & I:!. I
be can't talk : was imperfect, Mote people are smoking
does and manifest through ha-
his Job is over. the perfect son of the
stand it any manifest the bet- CAMELJr
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drama for the foresaw the .
least say "I See Jeremiah 31: I
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i PAGE FOUR GLADES COUNTY: DEMOCRAT -
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Sunday morning and the crowd derstand it better in this language. and address of the intended recipient Very Few Cases Of_
I GLADES COUNTY I II thinned out that afternoon simply For every eight persons who ride, together with a list of the i.

t DEMOCRAT because it got so windy and rainy six do not which means that these contents. Poliomelytis In ;
I almost Impossible six have taken at least one boat rideor
that fishing was :
t MOORE HAVE9. FLORIDA The Valuable articles should be reg Florida This Year
visits.
; travels fast more on previous 1IE
News of good fishing I istered or Insured. Perishable mat .
> l : : and cars were seen here Sunday six who accompany the eight are ter will not be accepted. Intoxicants escad";
Fnt.'JT? .econd-clalll May
matter.
I friends, relatives large oatbreak
t with their Florida
Florida. sharing
I south
r L un at the Foitofflce at Moor from every part of Inflammable materials. In-
j Haven.: Florida under the Act of and neighbors a treat they of poliomeUtis this year, according
t Con re. of March, I. un.t I'm wondering too, if the attorneys cluding matches and lighter fluids W'Isoit '
Is Dr.
This made by T.
themselves have enjoyed. to report
'j I I from the Game and FreshWater will not be accepted. Cigarettes and a
i a pretty good record of endorse- Sowder. state health officer with -
t I Fish Commission, among other tobacco product are prohibited :
s
Pvfcli.krd Hea&th.
1 ETery Friday By Doyle Carl- ment. I II the State Board of
THE them former Governor for transmission for delivery '
GLADES
: PRIVTI\n CO. lae. "But the operators of this highly The figures show that 45 cases
CARR SETTLE. PiklUkrrO ton would still say there was no i I through A.P.O.'s in Germany France
1 i' i emergency in the county if they successful attraction do not depend -. and Austria. were reported In the first ate mouths "

i i : were to visit the Bare Beach sec- on repeat business. Of last I of 1147 as compared to 2C8 for tM
I
t : .....rI.u_ Rat" I tion today They did have that to year's $750. gross, $174,0 I The address should be in typewriting same period last year >

: e Tear ':.:leIf I say Monday *t the Supreme Court I was spent on advertising and almost or printed in ink on the out- However the decrease was expected .t

f IU. )..tr. it.zs I bearing and the high state court as much will be spent this : side covering of the parcel. Gum rime vstatlatics show that : s1

: refused to grant the commercial year. You cat tell owners Ray labels become moist and sometimescome usually large outbreaks of the disease ;j

i ;; II I fishermen a constitutional writ and Davidson and publicist Schaal] off. The address should include do DOt extend beyond a oae- i.J;:

which would permit them to returnto that advertising doesn't pay. i the full name, rank, serial year ,*,.... The last outbreak '
I I Ij the lake: for a Irriag. As it is "Strangely, last summer that had number and A.P.O. number of the peter to llti was IB 1941, whem2C3 ;
8vEANDE'RNGS[ -
their howea are, in many cases much of Florida on the ropes (par- addressee in care of the designated eases were reported to tk lUte

j By Carr SettleIf inundated and isolated and it will ticularly the months during the postmaster, and the return addressof board.NOTICE. "
t I be up to the Red Cross or some polio scare) was a record breaker the sender.
for Silver Springs. As Schaal puts
other to feed them and their
agency
i what I try to ia this column -
Sending of to
i say drops. it Floridians stayed home and currency overseasA.P.O.'s : OF I>TK>TIOX TOREGISTER
families nntii the lake level many
baseball 1AU
is mixed a bit with ncrmoii
; That writ went sightseeing in their own where the dollar is not tfre
f at toast maybe loager.
phrasing think nothing of it Cor it 8 etate.l.
written with my car parked just would nave enabled them to provide "Advocates of a liberal accepted medium of exchange l. I TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN' : ,

1 outside the window with the radio I very nicely for their families the southern part of the state might prohibited. Sending of current that the 1iD- 1:1entcne4.
going full blast with the second during the emergency period. y... be surprised to know an exact opposite I will b4 accepted only to \.l"oO'1 Notice is. under hereby given the prori..io. of ;:-f:

i game of the World Serb. Incidentally -, it look like the cards are stacked policy baa proven a big hit numbers which are branch Chapter JWJ Laws of Florida Aeta < -
with the Clark
i as the tint inning is ending against the members of the fishing at Silver Springs. postoffice in New Orleans, La., and of of 141.the will Circuit remater Court. In and tar i

it looks like a bad day industry but at least something "From an original lease of a I'I Seattle, Waah., and should be sent Glades Count), Flerioa.of upon this racetot notfe. ;!
again I'I'i
of publication
definite should be known after the few and Davidson now only of proof
for the Hums acres. Ray in letters by registered malL Ute fictitious __. to-wit: 3'
., I' next; Supreme Court hearing which own 3,%M acres and one of the 'Domestic postal money: orders however OLADB8 HOV8KH APPUIANCBCORPORATION

A lot of water has disappeared has been set for October :20! principal purposes in getting titleto I cad} be cashed at A.P.O.'s under which we are enneed in best- .,
f from Moore Haven and the surrounding this land was to make it impossible wherever United States forces are IKM at Moore Haven. Florid..t -
interested in saM heel-
area daring the week and for a single liquor selling establishment -i I.ocate
It won't be but a short time until Too Late To Classify to locate within any The parcels may be labeled Glenn T. Brower If
; reasonable distance of Silver Springs. Thotaaa B. Markette
planting, slightly delayed, can get t "Merry Christmas .
"Don't Open L. N Davis.Dated .
underway.. The break in the Dis- Hy RtISS ';(.L KAY They won't even let a pwnth board Until Christmas'* or similar Yule- at Moore Hav n, Florida this +: '
ton Island leree wasn't BO serious within high-powered gun range of Utb day of September 1'47. ;
as at first thought for relief came': t-o{, = e e e e c : :..........: : >-: the place and a girl looking for a tide greetings, Sept 1'. M. Oct. J. 1*. :;;, ;

when the canal level began to fall I I' pickup Is about as popular aa a ---- :
aad the break is now laaost, if not I Paul B Drum travel and entertainment youngster with the whooping cough. .r.wpawiaii ,'ii

entirely, closed and the district is ,. editor of the Miami Beach "Here in central Florida is an ..."..."...
drying after a few dry, windy days. Evening Sun and Daily Tropic. attraction that stands on its merits Rom where I sit.. ly Joe Marsh '
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Not so good are conditions in the made his first trip to Silver Springs alone. They are proud of the fact

area around Bare Beach where the i since 1939 early in the summer and that during the years of war, many
high lake waters are still lapping dug up some mighty interesting information commanding officers sent their

well tap on the ridge aDd today I about Florida's No. 1 troops oa maaeavers to camps adjoining "it's Living
fcccr that It is still rising. It will attract km. the Sprtagj. I
take a long tWae at best to get He mast have twisted Peter
1941 waa the peak year for SQ8PI'IDP -I ;; That Counts"i
the lake lowered and some of the Seaaal's arm or backed Shorty ver of the beforethewaryears -
it Davidson Into corner with a gun
folks ont there are saying will a
Mid the gross then was 132 ,-
to. la the spring before they can go or something for we have asked for .... The Mf problem, which la new i I stole the title of this column a glass of meBow beer with friends
bock to their homesI'M this story oa several oecaatoas awl !
while Peter always promised faithfully JiIoI'daUyeno..., was to laform i,, from a magazine article that said .. the companionship of man and
the ,tourists who every year trek a whole lot better than can what wife unruffled by dfatrtctfea of
weadering if the members of to give it to as, he tailed to
the State Oaae and Fresh Water come through so BOW I have to to Florida that there are highway I farm and country life can mean.Ve tie city . the mutual tsiecame
ia tab. state that act the
are oa
Fish' Commission would think that I crib It from a brother columnist \ talk about farm profits,pro- of one another's tastea-in chaos
wet ro tile aaai coasts and that
the has population baa been greatly Whose Influence la greater than central Floctta to the place to travel dactjoB, research, and meeaaakalimprovements. ing a friend, or a aIMs of beer, or .,
deputed by the commercial ftehtrmuu .ia*. ...but isn't it trot, a candidate far G+vtrmr.
If the visitor who are seeking vacaUoatt -
could they have seen th Statistics as a rale are dry, bat oa .ltk.r the wrist or ... what we realty value U te lif ecountry Kind, I'm all lot material iaepaovaltats. -
abHajB .f fish brovght ia duriag the la this iTiitaaro I tad than Interesting offers ?
coaata are leek_ for 'beauttflU' living as ...the Bat from where I sit,
Vaaf. week hy everyone who weat sia they give aa assaw Me FtofMa."Moat. chafe to be ciao to oar faaatts the real goodness of oar country
.a& after tkcaa, I doa't petm to I of what ear attractions mean to taw
and....... ...children shariaf life to that spirit of tolerance.
of Silver rttate
Spriaxa' a f -
)Flor
kew-what laauuu H bat attaraame state and tadfeate the reveaae
in the chores..
storm, and its sebgiq t I I ida's tourist business really'taoat budget u sweat wtUtte the atat.. worhteg with oarown moucratiOB, and food fellowship.
They speed at learnt .e,*" a ssoathoa hands at a worthwhile job.
high water, the bass come to I r to.
finbm the lake and start striking ateverything I Brum tdfc aa that over i.O" outdoor poaten. They use the I And conntry pleasure are cgeI
te sight. Such has bean r people were guests of lay and advertising colnnua of aewcpaacrsia : simple: good task at daeM., sad

the case during the past weeK and ; Davidson at Silver Springs in 1946 tourist towns. Luis Year they I

there 1a...been no limit to the aum i and they left USt.tOi In each registers put 1X2.090 bumper atHpa oa Tfatt-:I .. .
lag can. between tlba kaun of 9:00a. ; f's -z!?:'. IQS'U't teJStdes Nreuerc Ford .:ors:
her that ; *
of fish that could be caught. I ; '(",00"0 in the till
even by the rankest amateur with collects fails for wkterwater boat m. and 4:00 a M., aad the i '- .

rod and reel. The levee, which trips! national park service eotiataUii j
has been used as a highway since I''I "What te equally Important." 3 th person a car.

the water came nu in NicoSetmMUSlough 1 r, Rrumm states.-, that, for ever 'Silver Springs Is probably for
was as full ot tars as HUcayne I Permm who takeathe boat ride. 3-4 beet pab1lcled.1/9I" the '.it.-

Boulevard at fh a otloek an person doesn't. Perhaps you un- There are over $M short omi i- 1FLAMINGO T
water motion pictures wb h "r-'
constantly being' circulated: h, \

Ifrmm fin suppliers. Just how

many prints of these 100 Enhjut= .
A HOME IN I A HURRY
bar i been made ta tot known .

"Lot of motion pictures >..\t'
been either fully, or' pwritallv m-uie
UeYHIIIJt S.rplas Bull..-a .- IO'a Is- XRdW tt i#ttM,. pore with more to he made The DAIRY FEED
10 win*.s"_2 Vx r-HOOTS-. MH_Ko.f-sfrie*. lrltfTt"ft 1 Tearlteg was partially filmed h< rc
to yeur tot-in Itt ft. sections. for only ....W. Erected: en yore and aa a visitor travels up inl .
hx<<, ouiide city limit*. 977.V: -IU'IU5; : IeliteN41. Erected down the river then are remains
fi
yLt73. of sets where Johaaj Weismuller Roughage and Concentrated Feeds ,>

made a.'Tanan' ffla u well alii
NATIONAL SALES many others." i iPet..r I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users T rF
I 1'0 o. BOX 1J'J1 T.\ IP.\, EIAfiiDA !
Schaal reports that business
this summer has been better than I FOR SALE IX TIllS AREA AT DEHYDIt'11Sa PLAYT IX

last and last snmia+f was a record MOORB IHVEX -

breaker but hu ta... this yearIs '
t nearly doubU. Genial, capable WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

= energetic publicist Peter Schaal MOORE HA VEX, FLORID I

takes no persona credit-he blamesit ,
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j all on the attraction Itself but, n _,. .
I "Oh. Schaal we know better."


J Time To Mail Christmas .
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J.t ' Packages To Boys I. _'W ,;tae" . .' .

It's good Outside United States V -\i- :., 4 ;.; rE


October 15 to November 15 Is the WhyWait

time set by the federal government (y t

because its ; ; for mailing packages to servicemen I r
.. < overseas so that Christmas gifts and -

.r"', letters 25.may reach them by December -I i iI Enjoy Now gppli n NO11Y1 1 -


Cooperating with the postal department WE OFFERTIME lOW.COST? C '.

I these are the inttrue-
ALFAR tons:. Christmas greeting cards
0 Y must be enclosed In envelopes and i PAYMENT PLANS -
I ptioae. Moll, Glade, frla. 1'p take a first class rate. Parcels must! I

e g We6t rata Bawd'h, >rvl. not exceed 79 pounds in weight or I' ..
1M inches In girth and length com I
I 6iltERAt EIEtTIi
bined. They should be labeled i An Approved
IIi
"Christmas Paeka e." I [
= f GENEWEI.ECTRIC
Parcels should be seevrely packed -
and wrapped la tenet of metal! I ntm IHHUn"
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SERVICE
wood. solid
- fiberboard or strong

lasmtm .....1n.oUJtzil doublefaced corrugated fiberboard.I ..- ._.
ftfqmllt1.l due to the long dhtnacea tbev must =
trarefc Tie with extra strong cord

and boxes tfc*"!d be wrapped in Moore Haven Appliance Store z

I a ...or.ou 11I.1 strong paper. It.. preferable to ,-,." .

\ place inside the package the name E. C iJf-J

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.-mDn'. OCTOBER 3. 19n
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0 Jimmy Click: and Joan Etherton. scared. only two or three time" elected Mrs. H. C. Taylor and )tin.:.

They don't even need cards'! Andrey Taylor: "In the Nan-I. L. R. Strickland..

RUPert mnst think 1Ie', TARZAN ces-o-wee Hotel in Ce ring. I ate. Howard Whidden brought two

! .11 PERSONAL SOCIETI'I-I I'L these days-he goes around read played and slept I had a fine I baby turtles for our room last Tues

and beatin' his chest: all the time! Just time."' day.Joe
.
call him "Chesty Annie Mae Thomas: "During the Ann Bvsseit and Ernest Rob-

"THE BIG TWO" are now making 'big blow' I chased a, wash-tab and | erson have been absent a week.

I < reservations on the "S.S. Ne tied it down, after which I calmed They can sot get to school til th-

UCDDagaODDQO CDOOGaOOaOOGQDJI .hltilfSdBryantRichards bochadneiiar" for Egypt in 1>65. down and played Jacks.** water goes down.

Mr and Mrs Ray Yoder spent Peg and Dot are planning a tripcould Betty Strkkland: "I was stayingat Carolyn, Summerall brought a*
-- be Miami Nor %1. tint aid kit for our room.
Jut Saaday la West Palm Beach. "Baby the packing house in LakePlacid.
Gators." I Cheryl Sheridan was absent
All I did was ran np and
. Mi*. K. J. BanmgardBer a&d DiM The marriage ef Mra. IdeU Richards Just got a "FLASH' from BetUe down the stairs and took oat One Tuesday morning Her gray kitt a

Brooks were visitors IB %Vest Palm and Leo Bryant was solem- I ReMneoa Seems as thoagh she is I taw a root hurl past-and I was,| get lest and she had to look for 1U

getting aleag all ret'. .'
nized
Beach Wednesday on Friday. September 19, at scared.
the home of the groom's parents She liked 'eca tall (5' C") here-' Carolyn Cook soy: "At Bart.W',1 SECOND GRADE

Mr. aad Mra. Mask Greene were Mr. and Mrs W. L. Bryant with and taller there'Jo with my aunt, we played The second grade takes a 1tJap.
Rev Ana is still dizzy irons that Continued Page S)
oa
bsstaws Trtettora yaourday In Tam- John A. Moore pastor of the trola and at. I saw wtres caacdown
Delray trip last Sunday' Heard she
Baptist Church "
JII.. reading the TOWS and trees fail.
i had After all she didnt' ,
fna
in the more FIRST METHODIST CHVKCHlier.
presence of only dose friends Jaanita Walker: "In my hocae at
and relatives. miss anything in Lake Harbor W. S. Bozenum. rAbtor
Orient
I did nothing bat sit and
J. A. Lee aad VeraoB. Bryant were Kenny Bishop atoned hum..
The bride is the daughter of Mr goes talk. I finally went to bad at *, -
basiaeai rMtore In Miami on Friday i Who's lien
mia Wonder
and Mrs Cnltey Dontfas of LaB.elle. ""I Kissing a LITTLE scared" Church School-1*:" a, m.
teat
of week.
Now. wonder .
I why.I.OST
and had been employed in Moore I LeHa Platt: "At Bradey Padgetts I Morning Warship-11:54 a. m

Karen for several months prior to i ....... we played cards, ate oranges,, Th. .,:Methodist Church extends a,
Fletcher Hung and MB ,.. -'- and W\VTFT
her HUM)
marriage. The groom has made waded aad 'acted ap' situ shoot welcome to yoa The maRk
ter, Miaa Je -'ue Harreil spent his home here the greater part of I Loot-hy Petty oa* Jtasoiy I a. K I wa not at all scared" School has a class for every age.

Saaday ia B elra y Iitsih.hr. hi* life except for four roars hcpeot . dick Wanted--aaorao copier.meat. .- Jo Anne Cease: "At Parktesoasstore Toe are invited to worship with aaia

in the L. S. Coast Guard I we moved merchandise and the resaUr taarch worship hoar.
and Mrs. J. M. pose sad JoAnne daring the war lIe U now eas- Wanted by "Dot"-a laconic and then went hone to move f.rakarelaail

were baataeM visitors in Miaaii pioyed in Wavchnla i teaaciovs o.a.r.Le.toae. .
by an eioctrfeal rags. The etorerooBi was flooded FOR 0.1"irx S\L&-Ut New Warms
Tveo4ay.Mr. contracting firm as lineman and good grade ta Oeacn- and bedroom soaked
A ear rag was Sofa Bed. $$$ takes itSee J-
there the couple will make their i try by Donald I was asleep at n." B. Foster lt>

and Mr. J. S. AIr are in Miami home. : Found by Jiaasay Cram- M eato "Yes Fort Myers is rather windyat

today to attend the wedding of II gal.0 aaawers to the naa.e of times."
WTEP I"'m-sbed eenuetemixer. >
their ... Douglas Bethea toMas St"RI'RiSE PARTY "Sklapy.
Aly, FOR WIUISTRlf"KL.nO \
t Lost-one Home }le. taathtr by H. E. Randall, Moore Ha-
Vetou Neman of Starke. I 0> Wtnn'D.\ MVTH (.RU>K its
I the Howe Be. gMa TelL
(By Barbara Ann Hateaiasen)
I IJIIr. i black and
Lort-by J orie eao
and 11,.. Fisher Ange. Fisher surprise party. .. giroa for i yellow Ford. .... We haTe quite a few ahsntee on
Aage, Jr. Mrs. John Gartick and \\ tma Strickland OB ttodaeofer Waat--.nUac bat a htaek the account of the stena ,'onI.E OR RENT-!* acre

)fistV..da Howdeahell were vilis the occasion being her thirteenth I and yefio Fort We are learning toreta$ UdBiaI, muck iaad tee track crops on

ten Saaday to WMt Palm Beach I IMtae binh4ay Loaiac-Jo Aaa--. D.- Kef sheet early people aM their dSeoverios Baker Grade Recently chapped.
Tfce gacau met at the home of, and improTeraeatFIFTH Wall t4Call Ml, Boca
Mn. T. J. Dapree where each boFoaad GrandeR.. B. Bowden Olp.
Margaret Va Do Velde. left OM-I I -oae Senior boy's flag by -
lie was pea a else which lei t .UVDK ,
.
Saturday Bight for College. Ga. Elizabeth Joaea.Wanted
to! the home of Mra. H C. Taylor
where she will again be earoiled asa | --by Joan Kthertoa i --OM Monday morning we voted for ron .\Lfei Fire-room hMe, with
tndeat at South Georgia College 'There they were tested sad a aee- I Jimmy Click.Wanteds. i oar reporter Bobby Woodwardwas or wtthoat tanttare. Mra U U.
i sad doe which led .. toMrs
siTeD girl aot Jet aay- : elected and Willie Mae McDaf- UDy, Sox 311, ... Have. Flog

FraakttB Shortta*, ... we WilHaats' home where a teat II body)--by Donald Fantaaa.Prn I fie was caoaea<< aa his aaaiatant.MiMred Ida. eta
chrea and third eWe grrea
: was a
....lqj LaagdaW has toM as that
in Lakeland, Beat the i
which M to the home of Mra. TttaaI I
here with Mn Sheridaa >OMIITl 01TUB \\tFK 1 It ia permissible to have aa A..-
Cook I. I
Coaplea wiaaiag prUes were
CheryL I (By "Dot" lean Pins dry deaaed. It ia a Sf"
Aa4rey Taylor and Phyllis Howde-'
.1 This certain Pf" about live fine to waah one or to let it touch
aeil. Wilma Tompkins and Joan
Mtae TkciM Air left teat -. i I ......t. Mona Jo Lee won the prize I II feet eleven Inches tall, aad weighs the ...... hard Mark R. Tennant
'I I about 146 ponada. Ha aaa alee Mae Wa dadd.d to have tea
for Taliahasaf; vfawe. ate ta ease*-'tor. the beat party .rite.... '
and brown hair In other word** to .a9 every Friday t4erM4
eyes wavy
ed for tar aaassw. rear alt FtorWa Wttaaa received a aamber of,
fifth
loOk- We hare 2 i in the grade
good
he quite a
word awls a
State Cotiec. iovety gifta Refresbas.ats ot cake fellow room. Real Estate Broker
punch sad aaadwiches were served lag
lib favorite past tiate ia kaatiacao GLADES COrVTT L' DS
Mr*. GUS WW... retarae* Ute by her mother Mn L. R. StrichlanC he hat it la being told I Ft'RTH <;IDKf
*-
( any
fim or the vet ta tar he laM assisted by Mn CookPrateat that he likes to sleep (taste well! ) T Linda Roberta) 007 Congress VMg. Miami FU.

-1 twr a via* with!.' were Barbara Dapree Slat to hit girl frteaaa he adores The foarth grade voted for their
1 .. W. 8. Baseman' Jatta Mac Jordan Jo Aane eo... ,
the color Mae! H* simply eats home room mother Monday They
and ,I Aaa Crews Betty Jean Heofeicfcaoa -
tooths!!
and talk
tJeeaa
:...
Taylor
--- Stila Ray Audrey l
Hisaa Irene $eott and Weaday PfcvUfe Howdeehell WUma- Jean His ex..TOf'ite Borne was Peg | :

..., weft if* DeLfad lap t ar-1 I To1l11 ..*. Mona Jo Lee Joan 11IM"I My Heart. Stan gig O''I''I'

day to earoB M atadeata M *i taoaUfii and. Barbara Hntchlaaoa .. He* not to hard.

eraUy, Thff. tiles rotar cd

home for ira.>.Hi.Mtaa .
lilt
\
i
-- SCHOOL: DAZE 1 Seniors By fQteabeta. like eTenbc.dy Jones) else j jWe Ri'We -

Bertha Graa and C. V. \
Patktaaoa reivraed Sattftay from a I fM >d money We are expecting to

t 'nr of wester. .atatas ad Mexico. 1 tipoasusr '_..._.. _... ...:._ >III, bails make curacy by -3Hg subscriptions I
I
llfi .. .... to Merai; ; Nacaztfte, B.. I'uret1 iihei I II
accompanied by ---
They '
were .
Edwina Parkinson el Ws .1.'.ei..ljt! .... ._.. DoMM..sr71MAe.I i. L.- :... S iuf ua two or tbree i ij

D. C. '. .- j tit cieity :._-.. .,.-...._ .. asde tiriftiti It year bCTi -tio.. You are ills C

{9irtBot.;- -- -....-- .-.... ce (lieL.j hd\r. :istlt I II
WOI.X'$ -.:;; i, ........ ..'...-.._._ DIaI I j l>o n ilea to read I>'. you li'c (i.t i.
them all fo:
w.H'
\;
--=--- no'TSi t 3-! e
DRWGK" .. I .
do over a roiuit: hjmk ""
DA8IIIiI >> t yea lion to
teeaU tr cre$:>aK '
-
Tie first ..> # itir'{ .. of teo'n I (By1)ot.II) ,1 I to year .
..the!1 Totem "Goesi Cai" foand her8.if etc Jest take -.c.lrfi alsAzine.
H ateawwed by
W.an's.file otliefjsbga CTa- well Thursday ariercwm prying the W ot aa:lat-at aeaadej";I 1I Make it a Point
I
.
: taj kiaWOIKS.
that titre is tat a reftiU this w$* aS '* .
*! Cwna titiate ta aaa sM I (Sy Leat Cox)
Jimmy
dull meeting lean lipid J-eaWrdiJ i te h.) jit beJraw! have'alas more pupa in 1 of the latest hits and
afternoon with four tables In .H&yOM .!. saaatfe w I We BOW It Itt. To keep a Big Supply

of them tor ....... with kid It'" reactai JMPw* that loot data she ia Skippy Tompkins hand You will find
Mn Fred Tlxtori ....\wtor. I somebody sine la
Ugh refreelaaeate tere servedand ,; "F1 A1NG." I School Another of our class-mam J record needs fulfilled at
Anybody butted pattavrt' for i I who has just began his Junior year ir j
a pt'iae tree ...r.e. to the win I
E- J. Bowyer I' game of Rook If.. please notifj with as is David Townsend from ,
her of hUh acore, Mr
enroUt I
Naples This trtegs our Store
Home Appliance
.- ap to efefttaea.TIIK I .

!
MIOIITI r1l
JOHN H. MALOY, JR. 1 1Federal (By IVtVT Stalls) I .

rtnnc ACC I>TI\T lau taken !. 1NOW.
rmecial!
Nothing
very
EJiI.-- *
Tax Consultant \ TnPIBUC place in oar claaa this weekAs J

I\COAIK TAX: yon ail know we hare tests ever i t
J.) CL.1R\TlOoi: and II
oFXTRtTt'tTIIIIOLnnri"Tl'unu Sophomores
aa
toeC1\L Friday, so come
ADD' OTHER FEDERAL t.It: !> let's show the otters up. bear I It i

At Judge Couse's Office, Moore Haven, Fla. t oar Most typhoid o: us ahoti received last the week first and of I . .


October 10th and 11th,' 1947 are BOW over the Ul-effects to 1
proud
The So l bomorea are
Offfc \.. Fart Center >t.--.la Oft Circle--**brin*, Il.wNa the School!
1 have Joyce Click oa
the
60-\\ editor 1 Is the chance of a lifetime to snare wily
PHONE Daze staff as the girl sports

Formerly Internal Revenue Officer
Okeechobee) bass.
C.R1DKIlrfiort !
SMENTII
Ten 'ieart-Florida Territory
J On The Blow
'"
Jo Aaa Coa e>

Ann Crews: *"*1 stayed in the: You don't have to be an expert bait caster.T

the jab and watched:
Mae thiacs near blow I was scared bat : Let us outfit you with the best

finally west to sloop When I woke :

Get the Habit of Showing at ib there were 4 people' in the bed." :

Martha CoHfer: "I stayed at

hoate and watched things toppling .
Tackle and
over Then at S o'clock I weat to SuppliesAnd

The 1n'Famil bet We .eft.'t frightened ,

}t ..*!- i(1t

q Jell Mae Jordan: "la one of onr :

4 fair depletes I.watched. At onetime ; go join in the funPARKINSON'S
.
-. I heard a five-foot board from
Orpl.
': -$ .} the VFW batateat bang against

Stow'" F' I the ahfagle I WAS I
4:4; B. Sy Jean HeadrVk"oa -\t the I
:
eooct lavae I played with WOauTon

J >j m. sad taw our lean-to turn : I Inc.

More aroa 4. lli da'< UTe time to thiakahoatajie I
Easy Terms on Purchases $IO or i: weatker."' .
.
items i al&bafa \U Imanre.: "m.aell
BUT FROM on; c.n.u.OC.--Our 100000 t sIpy g it the airport 1 posed wtaii

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r i I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS WHOSE FAULT? f

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NEWS I Marshall// Asks U. N. Reshuffle; Taft Sen.Talks Robert Taft (Hep., Ohio). JJs'rr7f/ .lt !I

Who had to crash sign-toting picket 1
a
BEllI' r,:, U. s. Reduces Grain Exports; line to get to his audience, toil ; ,%}J l ; 1
a Republican rallyin

., I Tension High Throughout Italy Los if President Angelesthat 1,1g.-Ares't Questionable yea ph..J I. 61yM ,j J
i; -
Hn t* emrt M vfttnffntontr .j
TEE- .Rl..td bY linkers KwcMp Unioa.EDITOB Truman had not Wbj, mo, your tenor i .

.. '/ IfOTKI rrb . ! Wt tXprtfMl la tie .I UB, U7 are ** Jumped the gun in &eX&f tins Ira rtsfectsbU l<<.. !
ByPAULMALlONRtlcued W,Ur. IxwiMM' l U.'" sews Mtljit* sad Mt .:., .: N this w. ;,,J scrapping price -
controls the current -, Strategist )

SHOWDOWN: Traveling Public inflation spiral Bill-That fellow Simpson Is e f
b7 WMtera Newspaper Dnloa. might have been mart fellow.
4 Russia's Choice delayed a while Al do that? S
-Why you say
} Europe Wants 40 Billions ioi ram mm u TIE 1.1 longer if
: Secretary of State George Marshall BUI-Got his salary raised sn
1 mu MiniMi mu r>MMHUne <>
WASHINGTON. The state department ,I sounded like a man who was Exactly how Taft V months ago and his wife hasn't o1 i
heard some stories not jetting a lot of things off his chest arrived at that found out yet !i

generally circulated that the Euro-1 I Vhat he said in an address before M tlKtl Ite3,000,001PVLLru rather hazy conclusion -

Deans had just about decided at I he U. N general assembly of 59tations was not ImmeTaft Some girls are like paint: Get 11
Paris to try to take from the United ( I diately clear. The I
amounted to a can for a I !them stirred up and yon can't get :
t i States 38 to 40 billion dollars more : showdown with Russia. tats M.t7).eot,tot senator himself last year was denounced I ;hem off your bands. x f
in four years. The figures were published I! by Mr. Truman for his part It
The Soviets, he intimated, have ;
} I vaguely from Paris in one i in writing a price control extensior: ,
geld to their stubborn veto-bound aicine ut.wm u.in,ioi 001
New York
t bill
not
paper, although which the President branded ai
in the United Nations long
! otherwise, yet they must have been 'I nurse being worse than no controls. Mr. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT 3
' mentioned m the confidential official mough. STEAM UUIOAM li.ltl.l03.SOI Truman's subsequent veto of the
i 'l dispatches as this government de-I To make the delinquents come to bill allowed price controls to expire
tided to.act fast fine, Marshall proposed a four automatically.
{ joint plan of action to the generaltsscmbly i /OOIf10 :
! Forty billions U double what : lulls t i li Nailing down the first plank fas PERSONAL .1
anyone had mentioned anywhere .-I Io..4 what apparently is designed to bt _
He suggested creation of a new KktimttiHHArUrUfe. Why sue./i :
i before, and four times as I finrui wnoKoiiut su.lLSaen/ | his campaign platform for the 1941 r wet brim
of 55
: 'ua.AN.4
assembly committee counzies iat =
:1
much the tee $ B* ki :
as hapless Ben Cohen
had which would operate without S ...: U <1 presidential nomination, Taft assailed Lkr aiH7. r. O. s... nau.,....... .. e
guessed In a speech would .w. r the administration's recordon
I
rein and would remain constantly
be necessary guess which taxes and spending.The -;
n session to consider world security
caused him to retire, without piestions and function as a board of Americans traveled eight timesas country must elect a Republican > * * * * * * -1;{

objection, as counsel to the state ippeals Potentially, the committee far in automobiles as in any president next year if it is genuinely I .
department. other form of transportation during interested in reducing taxes f
Could be a rival to the security &uf. and. fold 2Jotth,
At once. Acting State Secretary sound 1JU6, an Investors Syndicate and spending, Taft observed. Existing ..dUS

Lovett dispatched two men to Paris. ; ) He announced that the U. S. was survey has shown. Total number tax rates are so high as U

One is George Kennan, top-bracket I ..ready to relinquish, in all but the of passenger miles traveled by contribute to inflation he charged. t>laub2qAeoltdl1fL
manipulator on the Marshall general -i automobile was three times the I
i fravest cases, its veto privilege and
staff, or what might be called I mplicitly challenged Russia to do total of all other forms of public SLIGHT FUMBLE:
chief of staff of his policy planning : ikewise. transportation. 41&glWulnwtL
t
'
: commission. Kennan is supposed to I He blamed Russia for the U. S.- War Unwanted
1 be the Mr. X who wrote so straightforwardly r 3'Soviet deadlock in Korea and ITALY: * * * * * *

against Russia in Foreign ; aid that America would submit the "If history teaches us to have ;

Affairs Quarterly far more straightforwardly I ease to the general assembly for Trouble Grows confidence in anything, it is in till 11
than any official has done' tction.I almost infinite capacity of states- A FEW DROPS OF VTCICS :1

before under his own name. They He blamed Russia for Italy was threatening to erupt. men to fumble.

say Kennan is greatly respected by vetoes to protect Yugoslavia using, Communists using Yugoslavia's Author of that realistic statementwas "1 .IIDI I

State Secretary Marshall and is one Ubama and Bulgaria from being Marshal Tito as their front, were Justice Robert H. Jackson of
of the most influential men in the pronounced guilty of meddling in trying to take over, or at leasl..seriously the Supreme court, who was chief DOUBIC-DUTY NOSE DROFSlSNIFFLY I
department now. With him went harass the recently estab- U. S. at the Nazi .:';;,;:,
prosecutor
:reece. He said the U. S would ask war : I
.- Charles Bonesteel a special assistant he assembly to vote guilt for the lished free state of Trieste. They crimes trial at Nuernberg. ..",. '
: who is not well known.EXTRAVAGANT also were hard at work on their -
hree satellites and to demand that He made the remark while outlining STUFFY DISTRESS OF
campaign to complete ,
seize
DEMANDS hey refrain from interfering in powerIn his ideas on the world situa.
:- Will Clayton, the foreign trade Sreece. the Italian government. lion which is "so tense with com.petition '

assistant was supposed to be in Undoubtedly, it was strong medi- Along the Trieste-Yugoslav frontier a slight fumble on either IIMtI AllIs

Paris looking out for American in- dne--too strong, according to some Yugoslav troops were threaten- side might provide the 'incident'that
S terests at the conference, although ittery U. N. delegates. It apparently ing all of the American outposts. would precipitate an unwantedwar. It's little wonderful Ticks how a, ;.1
.. Armed clashes not considered Ta-tro-nolf
this country is not were J
officially participating left Russia with a choice of la each noitrfl cU tart1 :
i But Clayton has been down j wo possible courses: Either coop- impossible. Aggressive troops of And it would be an unwanted war to soothe tn1tatJollo,4 :" I

at Geneva most of the time working irate in the U. N. or get out of the Marshal Tito were forcing incident because "despite outward appear* and recold-clogged .-CO (
on the international II IIIrganila after incident along the line. Tri- And if used to .i S t
trade '
tion. circumstantial
meeting antes evidence
time, Vtek TtxonoI promt
este itself ugly with tension 1
was as
1 ;and the European planners at Paris i Many feared that hard-headed seems convincing that the Soviet many cold from dew end Try ILl "f

i have been just Topsying along, concentrating | Muscovites in the Kremlin. would Communists shipyard workers ordered to stay 10,000 out striking in defiance leaders want at an hazards to PoUo direction la: thd \>-I
on their own ills, seeing boose the latter. avoid actual war with the United I
of American-British
2 how much money they could use military States at least in the near future. -"Nt t
from us, without any advice as to j PRICE BATTLE: government orders. FOR ECZEMA -

how much might reasonably be In Rome Communists turned on ITCHY SCAi/NO :!

available. Exports CutSecretary the heat by issuing an outright demand World Series Deluge Quickly apply soothing and eonf -, 7-if.
What Kennan and Bonesteel I that Premier Alcide de Gaspers orawtoaxv-a OINTMENT with
of ClintonP. to make for cab- Its wholesome I
"were sent to tell the European Agriculture resign way a antUcptics and nar -
statesmen Anderson had a "Horatio at theridge" inet with Communist and left wing tare aiding medication.Nothing elM I f
evident in
was an off- like it nothiaa
; M comfortlfiK t
) about him be Socialist members.The .
i: Ihe-record press conference held air as an- pleasant for externally caused skis .
f nest day by a top state department i: icunced' that the government had position of de Gasper, who troubl**. Uc. Get a package today.REGULATES ',.

official. His words were fur a drastic cut back of grain and put the Communists and Socialists - -- 7j
; much stronger and more threat- allocations for export in Nofember out of. his cabinet almost four

rater than indicated thereafter months ago. was precarious, as the .FAItR $4 OINtR!
da the public announcement The move generally was accounted Reds continued their program of .- -:;,.,

'I Iro.n the Kcnnan-Clayton con as another noble stand againsthe strikes, instigation of social tur- ,

ference in Paris, although the forces which are causing domes- moil and threats of force. ttW.flNtlll .
I
restrictions against publication ;ic food prices to spiral dizzily.. This U. S. officials harbored growing p NI I .1111

were bach: that they failed conLIerably me, however had the blessings of fears over the situation, for if the '
c to reach tte public. he grain trade as "a step in the Communists were to take over Italy 'af
Oe DOBUa toes
lie said such figures were extravagant : ight direction. heavy repercussions would be felt ;: III

and out of all line. If European Reducing the export allocations in France and the Marshall plan ";;a.l .-<'
demands for money from uslet I br November was in line with the would be seriously crippled, if not

too high wide and handsome : tovenunent's surprise revision of wholly destroyed. .r n1 ..1 jl

we will have to call off the whole he nation's 1947 export goal from _ ./ --
advance planning -the Marshall tome 450 million bushels of grain SPEED-UP:

I I town to 350 million. .
gIan. Forrestal In
But even if Paris is reasonable, !1 Export officials. still striving to l !I

we may net have enough money ,: neet the original, higher goal were James V. Forrestal wasn't due to 8 WAYS :
ourselves to furnish half what, is aught flat-footed by the sudden be sworn in as u. S. secretary of :..::11

wanted. The true basis of the !Mar-i'i *ut-back, but it had become clear defense for another Jack Collins, general manager I HELPS YOU :{ ;

thall plan, which Europe seems to I hat the U. S. administration now week but President of the Brooklyn Dodgers, almost I
FEEL '
be forgetting is that the European vas trying to effect a program Truman manifestly buried behind great stack of mall I RIGHT ._

+ nations will first help themselves toy I thereby western Europe's mini- alarmed over containing application for World KEEP RIGHT f!
the utmost, to show how they can i I num food needs could be satisfied the trend of world I Series tickets said U Etbets field f
r re-establish themselves if certain vithotit aggravating the inflation events: ordered the and robber BE RIGHT. : "" l llIu4ad'et
had million seats
; aid is given and then we will see : rend at home.In former secretary of a Bad breath! ton.... ,; i
waDs he might be able to accommodate ark' Gad ladi tie.* .. COM8TIPAT10N
|
about the aid. For instance, we may the navy to Jump the .. .f i
( a significant sidelight Anderson ca. ? U Nature to V-
i have to send tractors so they can the gun in takingover everyone. irrcfBUr dews w kaktt forntag : r 'I
; work their own fields instead of scoffed at the prospectof his new job. drags tccvUto vita EEOLXAX. ;:'
returning to rationing by Safely eteuM tatottiBal tract wtt* I
i ending wheat, the finished product. pointing out that such Mr. Truman obi' WIND: MnaJea.. a>i-bell 8ECIXAX far :. I
a program naI rt eI. "
i WHERE WILL MONEY served that in view I
could not be put into effect -
COME FROM? before the need for it would of conditions Forrestal II cavy.1I anded V Moa-85 Tablets SLOO prepaid .:!

I The Europeans were advised to 1 be over.) abroad, the nation should have its Southern Florida had waited fox Otdeeodorbus -q:;,.< 1

change their demands and measure secretary of defense in office and its hurricane for almost a week. D. A. MITCHELL lABORATOUES 5 ;r.I
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them to the realities of our situat on. Next move, it was hinted, would functioning. The conditions whichhe Nervous residents followed with IOMA ra1DA.. CAUFOaMAVNU
>e an attempt by Secretary Ander. did not the
specify, probably were -
No official said to, bat Kennan painful attention the tumbling path
ion to put through a sharp reduction current unrest in Trieste and the -- t
weather forecasters
and Bonesteei could well hate of the giant storm as
beta instructed to tell Clayton if total food exports-not just grainas U. S.-Russian stalemate in the traced it from the Atlantic. 14 c_ __ ___ 40-47
[ the only practical way of puling United Nations, topped off by Secretary
to tell the Europeans, they down Thousands of refugees were fleeing
prices. of State Marshall's challeng
should not only demand what from Florida's east coast when .Tha ''f I
ing speech before the general N.aq
they need, but tell us how we The U. S. state department how- assembly the hurricane struck with heavy '

are going la raise tie money in I; tier committed to its "save Europe" Now handed fury Winds of up to 12C BackacheKldaeyiatioo I
furnish it program no doubt would ob- presiding over the unified the '
this country to miles an hour churned across I
: ect vehemently to such action. army navy and air forces, Forrestal -
whether by current high or still i I any is the armed forces' only repre- tip of the peninsula from Palm I 'May Ware rat........... '"': : t
higher taxation, whether by increasing sentati>e on the President's cabinet Beach on south. Torrential rains i i: '

our suffering war HEADLINERS I I flooded roaos.. endangered bridges Uadn Bt.wttk It*kwrr M4 MRT, ? f
debt, nro above 259 billion dollars FIRE LOSSES: and isolated some areas completely I _' :,::\:"rzpo. :;

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.'. or what.The Worst damage was concentrated _lr :4ae ,
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: whole European conception I IN LOS ANGELES' . Prince around Palm Beach. Fort Lauderdale I :
0e1,4..4 ad -
tag to sits dp.raw <
_::;.. >I the Marshall plan obviously badirown ; lamid Riza Pahlavi, 16, of Iran Fire losses in the U. S. during and the Miami area. Property =.-- .... jear,.e.". :;- ,:.:
:-i- out of reality into a sort of 1! aid police that he bad flown theIOOP the month of August were estimatedat damage ran into millions of dollars ..
T* ***** tackacfc .:
.= proposed grab-bag and the admiassiration from his Washington, O C., $S1, 9OOO, an increase of 23.3 and the havoc wrought among citrus JMdKbt. T diriniM,*tti1 *rfal . :,
school because didn't have and added lee .-- .-'" r...4 .......d' _-.-y
';$; acted hastily to correct it it any per cent over losses of 40019.000 vegetable crops mere up/-,-' ..fl .___otb.r.tp. .."
wen the limitations 1 ctrl students and because he in millions to the toll ..
;, Bowing full I was August IMS, the national board :.-K blsdl.r Stl.eler art f. ,
." which might be imposed! against any homeseeck." of fire underwriters has reported. As the storm passed out into the .

: ;;. Iree money runnovg scheme by a :; IN ARLINGTON VA. . In- August losses brought the total Gulf of Mexico looters and scavengers 'I'Iy De... rau. DMtI"a b.ta 1M ,.,,,:;,2
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of the in man
;;f' IBepublican COngress. nates Arlington county jail, eight got busy .+.'rk.r b.n k4 t..ro Uca tar aDOAHSPUIS - '
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will be released and left figure marks 24J cent increaseover liquor store others prowled arw. --"'
escaped a "
iozEttatLe: of U ow prisoners them per ; . ............' -
,ih ten iust much. aid this nation )ehind. pitched in and lent a hand the first eight months of 1848 around attempting to make off with
.'iiC., soon cn afford to give Europe wrth- while a locksmith put a new pad- when total losses amounted to $378- merchandise in stores whose win.lows .

: ant: runninI our.prices up mto aa fick on their cell-block. 323000. had been broken. ...f'i-

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If.-- what you like, but to like r i r' i TQUJilgepon&'a&fa<9: ;

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Exaggeration is a truth that SOMETHING like 20 years ago or Money in Gayer Colors Bclase4 br western x_.....TTntaBV
has lost is temper. KaI Iil I close to that spot on the calen- 'Slcaa BccceranjsLJAD

Gibran. dar, Chick Meehan and N.Y.U. Every few. days somebody else enough" Will Bust Fell.w War Bocm?

a a a came up with one of the greatest comes out in favor of the proposalfor : * T3EMEMBER
the
football This slogan, used so prosperity wt
Before you flare up at any players the game has ever vari-colored paper money. Nor the * enjoyed immediately following
Republicans
known. effectively by
one's faults, take time to const man Rockwell, the artist, has just World War IT Everybody who wanted -

ten . ten of your own. Slightly over 8 feet, weighing 205 indorsed the idea. It seems to be in the 1916 congressional campaign I to work had a job. Wages were

. pounds, he was a brilliant ball- the feeling that money goes throughour may be thrown back at high. The farmers had $2 a bushel
carrier a smash- hands fast them by the Democrats in the 1948
so today it can't be
I hasten to laugh at all
everything wheat, with other farm product
big blocker fine identified under the old hues. presidential campaign. There is
for fear of a plain
being obliged prices in proportion. So long as
forward passer _>_ considerable talk that the Demo-
to weep.-Beaumarchais. those prices prevailed continued
and above all, one IB fact we can't hang onto it long cratic national committee may J
of interest farm
of the best kickers enough to depend on anything: but adopt the terse question as the official payment on mowngages
that tie of touch. slogan. was possible. t
ever applied sense party
For some two and a half years w* 3
shoe leather to a _e_ Whether the GOP party leader-
Latest Dance Steps sailed a tranquil sea, with a fall ;
pigskin. His name w Tm for rainbow dough" said El- ship is to blame for the rocketingof Dd."l'ben
and the
steady "tf' squall
r
' happens to be TwitcheD prices or not is beside the point I
: Are Easily Picked Ken mer today as another ten
Up struck. It not hurricane and
was a :
Strong. Barring spot went through his hands at highspeed The fact remains that the almost 1! did not last long.

possibly Jim and after one bomCe.We've j
Thorpe Ken could got to do something to currency sot ? I From 1924 to 192, five yean

H do more things' t, will hit the eye and leave a dis- we went up, and up, a4 lip.
Never had we known *aea prs*- :
wen than any backI tinct impression on bow much it was
Verity (?) as of those five yean.
ever saw in and in what direction it went rI1Ia
lion. acs.Cbudier The stock market boomed. MB-,

lions were getting rick (?) we
"We
Americans have to
When Ken Strong practically I a right
wrecked a fine Carnegie Tech know whether it is money lettuce, paper by baying stocks ea mar
team |
gins. Any stock even those fallaeioas -
a team that already bad beet greens cr box tops we are han
crushed
New Dance Insnll issues, were e...-
Steps Notre Dame, Judge Wallie Steffens dling so briefly he continued. i
; .red for and always a
were so
There was a time when the passage ,
Learned At Home Carnegie'i coach said to me that ,
boB market *
,
night: of a fire dollar bill through the
:t .i human: band was not quicker than I We were assured by both business; '
"At last rye
, seen a back I
greater
the eye. and political leaders that our prosperity
i T 'XSGI"INGChristmas- than Willie Beston. Strong is the _e_ (?) was to be permanent

: f; New Year's-all jumbled together only back I ever saw who could run I "I have never found fault with the that America never again would

i at the end of the year in ever one of my best teams, pass, t color of money before. The sample depression strikes in the mean- know the need of pinching: pennies

i an exciting round of parties and kick, block and tackle. I've never 1 Standard shades were okay. But time, in which event "had enough" that the conditions: we then were enjoying ,

I dance And if you want to take seen his "equaL"It now the puBic needs cheering up would be even more effective. would continue.

I' active part in the festivities that Gwina was about that time that Coach with regard to money-and new, The fact also remains that the That was a city condition in

I will soon be here, you have to Henry of Missouri wired me bright colors might turn the trick. GOP scrapped aU price controls which the mae oo the farm was I

know the latest dance steps. rye got your AD-America this !' "What colors would you like to and did nothing about it exceptto not a participant. As early as i

: year. Dont bother any more."Just I see our dough in?" we asked. echo the promises of the National 1923 Europe bad passed the baying

I:1-; Rhumb, samba.. tango fox-trot yoo Ken Strong Forget the others. "Anything gay and festive." Elmer Association of Manufacturers stage, and the ratted States i

braid be able to say. with confidence, Recently ran into Ken Strong replied. "'I think anything under and ether Industrialists had ceased to boy for European i

I ,:0"; "why lance rd oo love matter toto the any tempo.Invitation to the again. Ken is now around 40. What'shis I a ten dollar bill should be in aad business leaders that once consumption 'as It had during 1

I s Our booklet No. 37 can teach you the job? Wen. one of his jobs is play- I bright polka dots so we could iden- "free enterprise" was rid of and for a time after the war. I

, a, diagrams latest dance and step photographs.with easy Send to-23c follow la tog for the New York Giants. Ken I tify it in flight." governmental controls prices Wheat had dropped to n er lessa i

com for "How to D* the Latest Daace isn't running, blocking or passingany 8 e 8 would tonic down within the bashe, and SI wheat woaU I
top*" to Weekly Newspaper Service 141 more. I It notable the list of reach of citizen.It .
every
West 17th Street New [ark 11. N. Y. was on big not pay interest en that farm !
Print name address with tone, booklet "But I've still got the toughestjob income men (not that they had much is highly probable that the mortgage.As -

nth and No. 37. in football." he said. I left) that the top boys were in the next session of congress will see a late as January 1929. a few ,
renewal of the battle for come kind
movie, liquor or racetrack business.We .
weeks before be left the White
'Like Kicking an EeTTm were just about to lecture of governmental control of the price House, President Coolidge assured

I junior on the importance of hard situation. It is even possible that
kicking, Ken explained. us America never again would sink
the President's council of economic
I "Did you ever try to punt, place work high morals- a good educa- into the morass of depression; that ; ;
advisors of the nation'stop
kick or drop kick this cigar-shaped tion and the nose to the grindstone composed our continued prosperity (T) was assured 'i
when this switched us to a stem economists, may advise a return ,
ban they have today It's a ball I : for all time. There was M
"Oh beck itl" to some price control of key
the with ,
shaped entirely for the passing o commodities even though on a tem- cloud in the sky. _'e_ Yi-.'
game-thin and long. Compared to IT CAN HAPPEN AGAIN
I effort
C4.V YOU REMEMBER porary basis in an to stop runaway
the ban we used to kick 20 years i Then in October of 1929 the hurricane
it is like kicking an eeL .4..., tack whew it u-s bard ,. find inflation..
ago. I 8 8 struck. It was not another "
Amtrittn met glU tint ktr
to to tvr
"The old football was much .t not Cmnurmtt **i ntrrr tJ It will It Tfmtmbtrtt tint tbt 80tbe short-lived squall but a real twist '
rounder. It was easy to get yon I gtu ..lea tbrttr out M tomtnit .. ere Overnight it swept away that

toe inte It. It was easier to punt or I e 8 msuUminl "" "' ." to ***. .1
to drop kick er place kick. It was : Synthetic Mutton Chops bT 1. With CHTTtft MCMfl ,.*.. .,;J. inexhaustible riches. Indus

far easier to kick: *ff to drive one \j Komi ./ foUl will ft .both .. tbt 'J.l- trial production largely stopped.

beyond the goal tine. Bat today you j Prepare for the productionlinesteak. z-.Jo..J n..twh .w.h J.uJ- Jobs were gone. Prices of farm

have a target to hit that is about Science, says Dr. Gerald N. "I *P fritttt J.t sMtnt t. tbt imt products dropped even lower. Banks
Ii.. for bifbtr is ..d ,. the iafiftrsi. *-
Wendt editor of Science Illustrated,
,
the else of a silver doDar-and I'm ." failed by the thousands. Tens of
having a tough time betting a kick one day win manufacture meat dis- oo..p e thousands of farm mortgages were
AC 5-Stir Quality Oil Filter
pensing with livestock entirely. Itwill
ing shoe that has the proper kicking War Profiteering foreclosed.
Dements have czchtuTe safe
as discover how to duplicate all the after-
That hurricane
need shoe was
space. You a square-teed Speaking of profits, a house subcommittee -
guard ia the Collector Tube Trap.
elements in meat and
the -
drive into the limited reproduce math of World War L It bad
that space settlementof
It's made of aridproof glass doth, can the taste and nourishment investigating
It to
football has to offer the taken more than years
modern been told
war contracts has some
wbkb cant rot and thus HwfIlntia _e_ it
strike America. Before that
.( kicker. We afraid of this. That 318,000 contracts have been settledat
were
bad created bane ta Eerope.and .
"No wonder so many college a cost of more than eight bil-
the 1
ilDent
engine f t r somebody would come up with the bad we watched the later-
take a .' E' teams have so much trouble getting \ family hamburger, the F.O.B. orderof lion dollars to the government, and barwaseter
national we might
p who kick off or place that audit of only 1.$ cent
O can j an per
chance en dirty i iil. rf, anyone ham and eggs and the Detroit lave expected it to strike There
kick. And no wonder there are so i i of those contracts disclosed fraudand
Bay ACJ pork chop has been our recurrent
bat Briar ia a fTs
we were
in the
left either than six
few fine punters overpayment of more
and be nre.KIDNEY nightmare. We had a dream the paradise and did not prepare.
college or the pro game. Naturally: millions.
other night that we got a sirloin
Win history repeat? WO tit*
the pros with their greater experience from the National Association of That's taxpayers' money, and, if
aftermath World War n be
a
ButI is it would seem
have more good punters. j the charge true
Manufacturers and an offer of a pot
faorrieaae for America? Should
promise it's a tough job. that the NAM would be just a little
can you roast from the Chamber of Com-
the rest of the world down
u. _' But I still hope to get a few over I red in the face over these disclosures ge
the crossbar-or over the goal line merce. a 8 of patriotism. Congressman we win ge the same wsy. We

SUFFERERS! on av kickoS It's a good thing for i George Bender (Rep., Ohio) says could drown ia ear efforts tsave .
the rest ef the wvrld.
me that I have all these kicking I LIFESome the hearings will "shield BO one i
who is guilty of fraud or of getting There Is on* thing we, as individuals
can on.
74% BENEFITED years to fun, some hurts, overpayment. can do to help keep us out of
:J
-Ie cOiu uI tnt by r. gmlied Throw Some parking tickets- a a a the breadlines should catastrophe ;.
s N.Y. research .rf .UatlAS .. I Ball Made to f Then age, the rrave strike. We can save something for t

...** ... *aSnmt I_ ......... PM Ken Strong is quite close to being I And no more PICKETS! A Draft Eisenhower for President those possibly black days out of the u
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""..4oa-.i'-,mun 8P r.Bfktfc l..al Ad="ltabIetar .bIfta i 1100 per cent right about the modern I a a league has opened national abundance: we have today The l

bola. .end.dkdoc., (ac do= i football. It was arranged for the headquarters in Washington growing savings bank balances II J
"o. VANISHING AMERICANISMS"Let's '
.......(5.: b.4.w.y dn..ttp..esa P .hO sootba.n.rs isd passer. It is long thin-easy enough 1 "...-par su, DaD.pro&t with evidence that we are saving, whIle
t.o....1t' gore treed of berms,.a.- to throw-but harder to kick than a I take a dime and see a good both Democrats and Republicans the evet'persooal loans to
..
"-r.
.. hoe-tn'M "
eaIy bsd net Q as mtbt movie.
seal t.a 3-u are yo.rsali Q..ek.e';:1= not dog or a pretzel _e_ ," it says here. Bat a nomination finance installment purchases is evidence
ws tuns s boo ti+.caw forgoing I've asked at least 20 leading college for General Ike toad stem that many may be headed toward
IUoe new k>doe.-0l.dd.r) I'IIIa trosaay drae j "That salesman was here again
. ... why they- used so personal disaster. ,
e tied\heoB fr macrta.t.etor7 coaches only from a Republican *r third
uorat.g l' )t B MOUY SLCL many varieties of action on the urging us to buy_a 8-new car. party convention since the Democrats -

kkko2-such as placing the baa already have pledged to Save While Wi Hare ItAmerica's
"Cars Washed-$1.00.
sideways. one who can kickoff _8- support President Truman annual per capita la-
MiVe have DO how hair come baa bit an-a1Hime high! -
"What do you care your 8 8
.qui answer. !
the g
is they looks? You're a man" Twelve hundred dollars each year ;
them way Slump
asked Exports
I've .e done -<- for each one of us, men, women and :
ant-c w. panters.There's motorman" Is it possible that in the mad babies. No people in the world including _
this bats," they ttU "Don't talk to the ;
who can kick --- scramble for more and more profits : ourselves, ever before haveenjojed

you. back to "No women allowed." American business is pricing itself (T) such an income. It is j
Then we began looking its a 8 8 out of the export market? Exports fine while it lasts but what of tomorrow

the oU days of footbaU-with Brooke of It was Oscar wade who foresaw tobogganed 7 per cent in July and ? It was not many years age J !

mil kfckers-Ceorge Sweeley of 1dicl Ian. { the next war away ahead ., anybody. even more In August. when wheat.. selling at M cents
PeMS11vania. that he One reason Britain pulled out of bushel cotton at five cents
Brink It was in the eighties quipped a ; : a
,F Herschberger of Chicago Yale: and, one of this one oa the ultimate battle: "A the American market is that between pound; hogs from $S to $4 a can-
Bull of the time extended the
TborDe aDd of Ken- chemist n each sUe will approach we dred; when com went begging at 30 .1 '

the createst-KercheTal best of an." the frontier with a Uttle." $3,730,000.000 loan and they made to 40 cents a bushel. Yea, prosperity: ;

tuck"He was the "60GO "O a aI arrangements to spend it in oar export Is en*, bat It tts remember some of
CALOXfor tells me, or J
change to ShipWn Kelly bad kicking.me i I The ICC has given permission to market rapidly splraCig the yesterdays and prepare for tie
dime1'ot prices of foods and other commodities
yards a with i the Pullman company to jack op possible tomorrow U we wilt but
the facia ffot old game was 01 packed these was : sleeping car rates as high as 49 per wiped out almost 2 per cent stick away a fair parties of out w
in terms of dollar value.
aM .ae of the grant
IDe tickers Where ) income rather 'j.
Georp beg with r cent. That's fair enough. a a a SU360 per capita :

on your smite Sped chandler 01 as a brilliant ,I else can a man stay awake all eight There seems to be, despite the than spending: it aS for fur coats. A.

i5_Cab.--e...._, the He Y. ypkecs ; any cheaper? the asserttoa Sen. Robert Taft diamond rings, high-powered nato if.

2 HIp"renege ila.IId MIl I' pitcher. LA"- .d era groapfl ra a (Ren, Okie) to tie eatrary., a mobiles and ether non-essentials we -
: U* names! laser ol root Among theFrank ef Fenasylvaaia OM striking thing abort the aatieaal real demand f. a November did without when wheat was sew "

ik. name floats and sttaatioH today b that It Is sessk ef congress, tad tt b at SO casts a bushel we will have, _

*A 1Pe Ucndkot ia Galas aow becoming harder tad harder to tike Bkery tee wffl be eaPed. There something to tide us ever the rough '.'
a IU rqrJ.r.- KlpU driakv Tbe kick cost ., BOOT should again strike them.
wbema mucetea I than! a great beth to is a rapidly crewtatf MsSmestameng spots we .v,
'-k1 snakes them trm O CVIBJ sadsmile.w yost was ame. both asa U diseearsgia flu nonpete everyvhere. MemTken ef halt Ifcem The time to practice: tilt is vfeea k '

PJT-J0*Spices \ isrrIn e kicking and, defense- It Carry XatUa, were she tad senate to get away mUle we have 'sometbkif' that can.'be, < .

form of attack a'.ong- around today. eeeld throw away her deaeM .. **... ties ft" saved. We do not have to go oa ..Y'_

-'We.. J- ........ I was here his slogan came '. ,ax. AH she weald seed to tearis probes aa. to spent tOt Urn .. tpend-tt-aa btog% Just beeanw*we __
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!ts' \ - t ttftat' kftit tie! KUtlnrae Ztrert t! perk-riBd sad even .atredalea of

t Cancer Control I P'OflfeeaUag the out- red rag scarcely hit the wataw without -
ABC's of New Motor *s Creek over
\ I : Program Will Be I Hatw thins the St Lucie sad Catoobafefeee **- : hangtag a fin
it beet
the
Old timers said was
Caaaia, pies tbe evapera-
: t Vehicle Insurance; Carried Out In Florida llk.. ban fishing since 1923 and still :

\ I Pislaity Creek wttefc wall
; -- I oreWent < 18,6th J second feet into boom has 'ear and Surpassed thememory
Dr.
1 fBy Allen Morns* II" Herbert L Urjans of tiring man !I. the
die after the kvmcaae 1 any
if not MEt Just
wbkl"eo
tbe Board
against
; of the Florida State
I "TALL.tHABSBE-lIere'6 the ABC o1t hat 6,000 the first oftMs ,, vicini>'. .\s word % out, ears
f owner-drivm at tbe time of the Health, announced in Jacksonville: duped to
hiaaisasMte River came
I accident so long as the car or track j jwas this week the formation of a Division > wk. The 1was
; *tuq.BMiMihy law: I II used with his permission ; discharging IMot second! one time Sunday license plate fromseven
being of Cancer Control and the aP-tpointeeeut -
A-Thla law doea affint you i : different states were seen
I believe to 't'ej I
If any one of the five "outs have of Dr James B. Hal as feet last Friday
I UtU you hare had 4aftjipcto'eri I II I The twe enlist canals along tbe LakePort highway Many
been taken. the suspension of the ): director. The newly created dlTIa- been the peak. :
I :4): >> *a accident causing property I' 11 00secojkd chose to try their luck from the
: :: will discharge absent ,
license and tag will be lifted-eon-, ton will operate under the Bureau, I
i 'damage of ISO or more or injury !I feet I II beats bat a* the bridge became
I ditionally t
i
Preventable Disease
1 ,-w dec** ta a person. Part a'ci-I of crowded, so Uaes were tangled
That condition Is the ceatianance Water few p-ndW
I In
a
daaa don covet alai JJ>> n.flAfter A cancer control program hasten .I r..1( weat home after beats,
of the financial respoixibiUty, proof de"elopaeat'Sn in towa and in Dfcton island despite'" many aDd'C
of
f! this Urn accident baa in the process usually deserted waters of Ftahi -
I the
'I of which must be presented when I break muck 01 the land
the levee
,1
than i
.. a year
occurred became of year$arel the state for more eating Creek was liberally...
the license or vehicle registration Dare Cech
driving of Dr. R. FS is now dry In the area
ness you meat show your ability I under the direction with beats of all descriptions, each t11oa
renewed annually The
are the water la atlQ high and to es-
to pay the damages should yon .ndag. head of the preventablediseases i I h1I
-cavise a second accidentC legend "restricted" will be stamped bureau The Legislature 1 i peeled to remain so until the tea: fl bermea.i
a
1 be on both to assure this. BiD which allowed level begins to tled e. I
a
-That ability to pay may last spring passed # ",
the 40 I
Persona from most of
deiaoaatrated either possessing both authority and financialaid .
t by
other states requiring motorist I )i'
tot in With Cane Loss- School Daze-
catty iaaeraare policy or establishing a program I
affected
be
-a number of lees common ways responsibility will : tbe organization of a division, this, ,
reciprocity agreements IP (Continued from Page 1)
through I
fallswing.
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f I Its not a compa. ory Insurance for : <<> k.IS expected to get In (Continued floss Pan

1 law. If you doa't have insurance the same manner as Floridians ':,; afMor dtaser We usually like these :
neftdays lake level was
accidents in this state, and Floridians -| avenge '
J now, you need DOt bay a policyor -I will be bound, too, for mishaps 11.41. Predictions are that the t Some of as play football at recess. 'd:
do anything else-until yon More than UiO" Florida schoolchildren "
: lake level will rise to approibuate- Others play London Bridge i1
elsewhere.
I
cause a collision Drivers who have a record of be- rode the school bas to and ly 20.S feet which will be the We have three geld fish and a .
That accident fli wing you for from school last year
b
ing insurance risks will not be highest point since 1912 turtle in ovr fWj bo via. They are
poor
:the first time to the attention of I OB the teaeker' 4se.
deprived of protection because of It is understood that all pamp.ingItaljons

the authorities coacerBed with administering this, although they may be required I Fishermen Fail- are operating but vamps : Most of us took: typhoid chefs last ,
{ this law.
Friday We tried not to Onlya
working ery.
for The are having difficulty
to more coverage.
pay
i Every accident must be reported insurance companies, against the high lake level. If I few of us did cry. i
: official investigators highway law compels (Continued from Page 1)
by on a rotation basis, to write these pumping can be continued and mo I, Jinny Tau feud a coeaen etMe. '
patrolmen, deputy sheriffs policemen policies lion of the legislature designed to more rain talk It is probable that|I,* We Pt H is a Jar ta a dark ,t
.
oOtf'rlt--to the state lasirante <
and .
the of Lake Okee- corner of our We gettgta
reopen waters the land will be dried off very room. are }
State Treasurer Larson, emphasizing -
commis loner at Tallahassee.That's chobee and the St. Johns river to rapidly. l watch It tn late a Iwtterfly
StateTreasurer the that drivers bring
( another title for point a
declared unconstitutional When Mrs Greene beet
seines have been comes
"
the highway Most of the damage to cane, it,
law
J. Edwin Larson) themselves under by
negligence says investigationhas by the courts U pointed out, occurred in the Eastern -I we are going to make some .......
Those report will contain thefe4lowing The hurricane of September 17 I
of Division where flood eaadKfoa
"a small minority
information: date and shown has made the,plight of many of the have than In tM:I FIRST Gn.\I). a
dangerous, irresponsible drivers is i been more severe
place of the aeetaent, owners oroperator "' fishermen, particularly those in the has I By Billy Parabee
Western DivWon The damage
causing most of our accidents. I
involved, extent of dam
Bare Beach area of Glades County, been caused mostly by standing We have 24 children in ow room.
Those who endanger the persons -
tad-thfe la the law s IanSe9f -
age.' than it had been
and property of others hereafter considerably worse water since the wind damage was. There are 12 boy and IX girts.
determioaMe. the indt- previously. Water is so high thereat : We like to read and write
negligible
Trldua at faaltIt must be able to pay for their
recklessness" be asserted. present that many homes have Ramie plantings in the 'glades We like to Play games too J
desirable" the commissioner I been inundated, caused by the high I
are ,aid In HA a fttmntftm. tat* sGlte: We drink oar milk every day.
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may eB for additional reports from I lake level and it will be several the plant will not stand more than We have a new snail for ear

the drivers Hurricane Cost South weeks, at best, before the waters a few days flooding aquarium

All reports shall be made with-I Florida Half of Its have receded to the point where they t

Ult prejodiee and shall be will have even a dry roadway to Best Bass- FIRST GRIDE

confidential use of state officials Game Bird Crop their homes. This would cause We hue 1$ children in or room. ,

continues: the law. "No such report little distress were these people ableto We like to come to acaooL-

shall be used as evidence In resume their vocation of seine (Continued from Page 1) We like to play game

any trial arising out of an accident ALLAHASSEESpecial- and trap fishing since fishing is veils and bridges were so crowded' We like to read write aal draw
ricane-brewed downpours that Pelted -
-" always much better according to with fishermen that newcomers had We miss the one who call'teome

; The commissioner singles out the Seuth Florida for five days have I I commercial fishing authorities fol- to wait their turn to get near the because of water.

j Negligent driver-or drivers-from cost the area more than half of its lowing one of the big blows. water. A dirt road leading into We hope they win be back soon .
officials of the
+hese reports and notifies the state'sWuhfic [I game bird crop
Lykes pasture on that road was
State Came and Fresh Water Fish
safety and motor vebeile de- Lake Level- lined with fishermen for over a aonrn OP APrl.ltnooR
Commission estimated this week.
partments. (A driver not satisfied , mile. These sportsmen were enJoying TAX DEFD
Commission Director Ben C. Morgan
i with the commissioners finding I It the unusual pleasure of catch- -
t : declared he had' received de- (Continued from Page 1) NOTICE IS HEREBY OITKS that
71aay go to any circuit Judge for a !ing good sized bass between tufts
tailed reports from wildlife officersin I Frances A. Hardy bolder of Everglades -
i : review. ) South and In town by Mrs, John Moore. Mrs. of grass where the banks of Fish- Drainage btetrkt T.. Cer
Y seven Florida counties tiflcate umber 455. dated the Jthr
I 1 7 The public safety department suspends that the turkey and quail picture in Moore also shows 1 t days of rain eating Creek had overflowed. .* or Jane. A. IX litl. hasflied Mtd
i the driving license of the offt and has made
Certificate In
i in June for total of 15.81 inches ny
a At stories two
from I ordinary times, ot
the sector far rigbt.
was kppltcatioa for tax d.eQ to lass<*
; motorist, and the motor vehicle department -
i From Miami Wildlife Officer 20 days of rain in July for C.$4 or more bass caught OB a single thereon in accordance with taw Saw

will not renew the license Luther that swell inches 22 days In August for a plug would cause a lifted eyebrow, Certificate embrace ta* follow.rat
Bunnell reported
,
described property sitoated in Glades
t>f the vehicle itself at the end of
ing floodwaters had destroyed 80 total of 10.34 inches and thirteen but one man caught five such County t'r :
the license year I days in September: for the 11.33 Lot Havva.
"double takes" and then wound .
in
i Doth of these actions may be per cent of the turkey stocks -c, : ups| The assessment of the said property
s Dade Monroe and Broward conn- total. > I his star performance by taking under said Certificate Issued was
stared off. however, by doing anyone in toe nn>. of Unknown
e of five things: t ties Quail fared better with onlyan U. S. Sugar Corporation observers" three. It was a case of the fish CaieM said Certificate rbll be redeemed .
estimated 40 Per cent wiped outMost show a total rainfall from October taking anything that was thrown according to law. tax d'-4
Obtaining a liability policy 194 to September 39. 1947 of Into will IMO tb re.n on the lit day ofOetobel'
of the quail destroyed Bun- the water, and all the- old .
souring damage of $5,600 for t1 A. D U47.
nell said, were those hatched off Inches. These observers have favorite pings got a good work-oat : Dated this 11th day "> Auvat. A. D1H7 ,
feodily Injury death of
or one per- .
days estimated that the lake level will I Top water bait was highly faccess-
within the 60
? *en; 110,&.& for Injury or death past I SEAL) D. f WCBK9I .
'CItf two or more persons. and $1.- In the ?ine tiatwoods west oft reach a high of 20,35 feet basin ful in back eddies and q'il let spots j I I 1 I Clerk ClreuH "ourt. .
their predictions on the excess of I of with Johnson's Otooes CosiBbr. Fiodda.Aug.
Roo fw property loss Lake Okeechobee, District Chief J I water trailing 2*. Sept l-lZ-ft-i*, _
E. Albritton estimated that "well i
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Dfeptaylng a surety bond writtenby -!
SO cent" of an already;
a company authorized to dot\' over per

business in Florida and for the same damaged bobwhite crop was swept '

j amounts as the liability policy )I away by winds and waters ,

I Depositing 'With the state j Hendry ana Glades counties s

< treasurer $10,000 in cash or marketable -j which make up one of the states

securities. favorite quail-hunting grounds,i

Possessing at least $40060 of The U S. Marine Corps was founded !

unencumbered net worth." November 10. 1775, in Phlla-i Announcing. .

j' Presenting a policy voluntarily delphla Its first commandant wash I .

acquired prior to the accident Major Samuel Nicholas ,

sad affording protection equal to previously were hard-hit by heavy I

tie Ja..'. requirements for a policy midsummer floods I THE OPENING OFOur

ttbe o.aently obtained. Turkey stocks In DeSoto Charlotte r-

Until the time comes for re- Lee and Hendry counties also

Bewal of the tag of the "suspend- suffered up to SO per cent losses

ed* vehicle persons other than the Albritton saId. I New Store E

wspended driver may continue to I Director Morgan stated the of \

perate the machine Bonafide sale.ot ficers' reports indicated that deer I .

tae machine will clear its reg- and squirrel in the storm area had I!I

tn )on. Action will be taken I I suffered "little, if any" damage. !;, IN THE GLADES THEATRE BUILDING





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