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Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 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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VOUJIK "MMUKR: ; 25 MO : I-LOItlUl. FK1U\Y, OCTOBER 17. 1817 SutscR11TIoX-.a
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October Hurricane Is .OTHER HO! HUM IIUKRHMNK! I i! Sugar House Expected I


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Jnst Fall Gale Here The customary-week-end hurricane jvi j! To Grind 940,000 Tons

as reported this moraine by the i
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..52.lVli1eVind- And 2.34 Engineer Dragline Is I miles Miami southeast Weather Breaa of that a city thousand and!I Come One! Come All! Further Rain-May Still


Inches of Rain AreRecorded i Building Levee To ; to moving hit in north the neighborhood w... It" of eclIedalt'd1 Turk's' To P.-T. A. Carnival Hold Up Start For

Island tonight aad should get to I
Divert Prairie WaterA Few
i I Florida about on schedule around i Hurry. hurry hurry. mothers and Days

Sunday evening. 0lymd, of 3$ finish those costumes for the kids

The week-end hurricane which, dragline of the U. S. Engineers to 40 miles have been reported as Halloween carnival being sponsored At a meeting Tuesday morning

blew est of the western Caribbean was brought in Sunday and put immediately :yet from the storm but don't let by the P.-T. A. and don't forget e C department heeds and key men

Sea ad crowed Cuba early Saturday to work on a twenty-foar that fool you. Last week-end we to attend yourself along with Dd of the United States Sugar Corporation -

WIll headed. too directly for Lake hour basis to build an emergency had a report of similar nature bat and all th* other members of the 'I the date for the beginningof

Oaeeebot to be comfortable for a levee from the old Stone levee I the wind WM blowing up to 140 family because a good time la in the 1947-1948 sugar cane. harvest -

..... Saturday afternoon but aa It2sasw northwest of Newhall to connect mile before it hit Florida. The store for aIL was fixed, tentatively for November -

the mainland on the lower with the government levee and prevent regularity of theM storms would The carnival midway offers a I.

Gmtf Coast it tuned eastward the encroachment of this indicate that Santa Glaus should wide variety of concessions including The date is understood to be tentative -

across' the lower 'glade sad directly prairie water on the lower end ot make different plans for his arrival : Pony Ride. Fortune Telling. only because in view of the

aerate MiaraLThwr Newhall Drainage Dtotrkt and the in Florida this year perhaps House of Horrors Fisk Pond and heavy rains encountered daring the

. was little of the panic in city of Moore Haven. blowing in on a kite. other. These are the booths that year, there is a possibility that

the fa.* of the on-coming storm This water was pouring in so ---- have proved most popular in the other heavy nIBs will occur before

that was exhibited in the September rapidly last week: from the flooded past for fun and aausement. As the arrival of the date. An inch

.*.... probably because it was prairie that the snail levee around for the eatmc-tli-.rel1 be plenty of rain would probably delay theopening

Et reverted as of hurrfcaae force the colored e..arters was almost ELECTION! IS :CALLED for all so save your appetite and for several days.

oatil Saturday afternoon. Then the ready to break! Some fear was also appease it at the carnival. There Despite the flood conditions in a

report indicated a maximum of 1 eta" expressed that city levees might i ON NOVEMBER 18 t i will be a chicken pilaa supper and greater part of the Everglades the
winds ever small area at the other godofes.
a not b* able t* stand the pressureif I many transportation department of the
water and a wind of this kind held the water level was permitted There will be a costume parade. corporation said at the meeting

little fear for veterans of the September to get any higher. FOR 3 TRUSTEES as usual aed the harassed lodges,I there would be eaagh dry toads

blow. A few windows were I as always, will be hard pressed to on which to haul cane from the
The new levee should be complete
hoarded up and some rwtdeat select the winners' as there are always fields and the agricultural depart-
by the end ot title wt>k sad prevent -.
mtfct safer quarters when their an abundance of beautiful ment gave assurance that there
further danger fees this A legal notice elsewhere in this
Oft MIIHe didn't look too hurricane point any issue calls attention to an electionto original and scary costumes: worn would be plenty of accesslWe cane

proof but only a very few madefeeend be held on November 18 for the by the cutest kids this side of to permit the start. 'The first

trip to hither ground. '- -- I i naming of three school trustees for Heaven. harvest operations will be of small-
Ae Ideals of he Bare Beach area.i. barrel from the
Glades County only cane largely
MW.... with the high lake level! AMPHIBIAN FAILS AS !I Glades County several years ago I, Western Division plantations which

.....ng water well up toward their was made into one trustee district! NO ACTION TAKEN I t have not been hit so hard by

tame, already sought places of so that the election of three trustees ! floods as hare these in the Eastern
safety during the afternoon, their VEHICLE FOR USE IN : Division.
countywide is not a new '
third evacuation in less than a, thing here. However the last Leg) BY GAME BOARD Josiah Ferris, Jr., corporation

month i iStrong LIEU OF SCHOOL BUSEfforts islature passed an act which sets' 'I vice-president, said Tuesday that a
winds began,
northwest up one board of trustees for each, preliminary estimate had been set
blowing late in the afternoon and I county and one special tax school! ON CLOSED SEASON of 940.000 tons of cane to be processed -
downward -
the barometer started district instead of several as form-I during the coming harvest
about six o'clock indicating that the I to make use of an amphibious __ I
erly. season. This figure is virtually the
: Jeep for a vehicle for
I
but it was TALLAHASSEE-The State Game
storm was approaching
In school children from The only stipulation is that no same as that ground last harvest
in the when the bringing and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
evening
fairly early
I two trustees may be elected from season which Indicates that the
the flooded Bare Beach section
through that the at a meeting in Jacksonville last ;
"! reports came
the same county commissioner dis- flood damagewill be about..eq1lal.
I
had veered and were made Wednesday but the amphibian week took proposals
,
t course of the storm brought in was one of th.hea1'ieat trict and. on the ballot, all candidates no action on to the damage;! done tr Jthe Jneexe *
out close hurricane-damaged south
Okeechobee was to
the Lake area "
'" front each t.. pf daD geL Just. after etevenjfo'-;I typ, designed to carry be grouped together but Florida to game bird hunters. i run the sugar house until
I .jo too will not run on a district basis. the latter part of April. These
( maximum of 52milesper and was large for the taking action in the matter until a
gusts, to a
The election will also disapprove figures are based on the assumption
hour at the Locks here and job here. or approve the millage set for the "complete survey of storm damage i that the water wfl! be removed
wind had Several of tnese amphibians were can be made In Districts 1 and 4.
the steady northeast I
I ensuing biennium of 1% mills for from various plantations before -
1 caused a wind tide of about two 1 I brought to South Florida from Atlanta the approved school term and 4 the state's most seriously affected I harvest operations are ached,
rain fell and have been place in a
areas.
feet. A steady drizzling
mills for building reserve. tiled to start on those plantations.Mr. .
throughout the afternoon and motor pool at the U S. Engineer I Only those qualified electors who First District Commissioner L. G. I Ferris said that with tie opening -
evening office In Clewiston for use where Bruce District Four Commissioner -
., and
a- pay taxes on real or personal property of the season the sugar house
midnight the wind beganto : needed in the flooded area. The I J. W. Corbett declared it is
About will be permitted to vote in and shop personnel would go back
f shift toward the northwest, Indicating vehicle made the trip nicely up theheath this election. impossible as yet to make "accu on the same schedule as observed

: that the storm had passed but the driver an Army sergeant rate quail and turkey damage esti during last harvest season. '
told Fred Flanders U. &. )
'. across the state and soon thereafter mates.
To Be
lock master here Fred Van DtVetde. Tax Statements
and >
; the rain had stopped, the wind Corbett pointed out that six weeks Open House at Woman'sClub
bus driver who made the
bd died and the stars were shin- Mailed Before Nov. 1 still remain before hunting season
i .... the not sudden end to a I trial run with him, that the wooden begins and suggested this will give Meeting ThursdayNext
1 bridges in that area would not
sup
in the memoryof the
sjt tsn of this kind ample time to determine if
the vehicle and if It Tax statements are being preparedat
port heavy
I any resident. inches t game bird death toll is serious Thursday afternoon the Wo
were to slide off one of these this time in the office of County
1 I A total rainfall of 2.34 enough to justify closing two entire man's Club will observe Open House
storm by bridges and overturn that it would. Tax Collector R. D. Toder and will
the
recorded during districts to hunters. ,
was at their regular meeting Ail members -
and be too great a tragedy to even be in the mail before November 1
1 Fred Flanders, local observer Expressing an opinion that storm are urged to attend and bring
who wish to early '
sider. con-I that all pay
so
I considerably less than this amount damage In District 1 is not as seri their friends. Mrs. D. M. Praughn
from Despite this failure Mrs. L. may take advantage of the 4 percent
westward and northward feared at first, Commissioner -
ftfl ous as was will have charge of the program
Haven. The slight rainfall Farnam, county auperlntt'ndent.1said ) discount permitted during the Bruce predicted that closing
Moore which will feature a history of the
she will ask for one of the month of November. Three per i
In the Fisheating Creek and Kisalramee one or two districts would result local till).
the smaller amphibians which will be cent is allowed In December 2 percent
was problems
the hunting
\ River valleys in increasing
luckiest break yet for the flood- amply large for the purpose and in January and 1 per cent in of otbetdistricts that remained At the meeting last Thursday'

j Florida and U. S. which. It Is said can be used safely. February.The He also revealed that there was a discussion of building
South
harassed open.
I its discounts are permitted a barbecue pit and seats and benches -
feel that the lake level With the lake at present record same conservationists In both storm-
Engineers several months taxes, statements for which in the city park and a report
I week. height it will be on city
stabilized by next damaged districts started providing -
may be Mrs. was given on the first afternoon of
reached. before the level can be reduced sufficiently have already been mailed by
had' birds almost as
The lake level feed for game
clerk. Some bridge play at the club house which
Mitchell, city
to permit normal automobile Mattie
%0.1 foot and
Wednesday, a reported soon as the storm had subsided Is held afternoon
78 to the taxes are already being paid. every Thursday
travel over Highway city
with a
still rising credited this action for cutting
and
level was
there Is
i the no club meeting. AD Invitation -
crest close to 21 feet expected before homes of these children on down the game bird death tolls.
t. was read to attend a luncheon -
With the Beach. Seminoles Say Very fifth district commissioner -
h it U stabiliied. Ellis Davis meeting In Arcadia in Novem

I lake at Us present level water Little Wildlife Dead said unscrupulous hunters ber. Those who are able to attend
would now stand some five feet deep Amphibs Ready For this season could cause more damage this meeting should contact Mrs.

; In most sections of this community Needed I the to game birds than resulted J. }I. Probst, secretary, at once.
wtre it not for the big' government I i Service Where Wild creatures Everglades from the storm. He urged sports Mrs. J. W. Adkins and :Mrs. I. E.
V levee. I survived the hurricanes of the put men to strictly observe bag and
: Scott
were hostesses and served refreshments -
t t Fear was felt for a time that ..-1 1i I A. R. Broadtoot. resident U S II I month remarkably well say the season game limits to conserve as to the seventeen mem-

i tw from Nicodemous Slough, filter- I Engineer of Clewiston stated yester-I{ Seminoles. Observers in the less much stock as possible for future bers present

he in against the low levee around I day that a number of amphibious inhabited sections of the Glades report propagation.Third< ,
I would break I to damage to deer/or quail : District Commissioner Lou
the: colored quarters I vehicles assigned: by the Army little
r the levee and flood that section the south Florida flood will be kept and turkey. i Morris reported "more new game' Army Offering

.R County Commissioner J. W. Adkins'I In a "motor pool" at the Clewiston Only one dead deer has been seen than ever before" in hit district. He; Many Inducements .
i Mked for assistance and obtained I! sub-office of U. S. Engineers for as a result, of wind or water In the suggested the possibility of trap' '

'! the loan ot a U. S. Engineer: drag-;!I emergency work where required. I II Brighton area, and so far no dead tl ping birds in his district and send:: For Young Men J f.

1 liM which was put to work building I Any person with a legitimate, quail have been noted. The deer ing them to the stormdamagedsouth

f a short emergency levee at the, emergency seed for the use of such killed near Brighton succumbed Florida areas for restocking.I
R. D. Lyons broke Its i Under a new plan that Is being z
limb
of .
northwest corner vehicle completely and competently when a large tree purposes.
pasture to divert this water and the I manned by military personnel may bark in the earlier storm. !I Earl Frye biologist with the game i put into effect In a test Ordnance .
I at Fort Lewis Washington -
danger: has been averted make applkatlon to the t'. S. En- Oddly enough, say the Indians commission, favored a shorter hunting company 0
II
gineers' sub-office In Clewiston.The the members of the Glades' wildlifeto season in the affected areas In the'Table of Organisation calls _f

VFW Auxiliary To "ducks" are a combination of suffer most is alligators. Fo' preference to closing them completely -\ for only 21 Privates out of 119

I. track and boat They can, by a : some reason many 'gators died tai I to hunters. Ralph O. Cook- men IX Pope of the Fort Myers
I Raffle Office announced
Recruiting
Have Cake simple manipalati'i of gears be i the first storm and a few more se,. president of the Florida Wild Army
today.
converted from a land to a water I during the second. life Federation also opposed closing
? This figures out u being 1 private
J The V. F. W. Auxiliary anaeuncea vehicle. They can pass from firm the south Florida districts.
for 11 men and U to example
every
i plans for a cake raffle tote ground into water, or back without I Teale Commends of the chances for advancement that
held tomorrow (Saturday) with difficulty, but owing to structure for the C
giaeer personnel under yon \ are typical of the Regular Army. <
sometime In late aft- be used In heavy muck because Engineer Corps
the drawing cannot fine performance of duty durini In addition to chances for advaaee-
Tickets wM be on sale they lose tractten In less than the recent hurricane. I had the
i ernoon. :, For Storm WorkTo total aa enlistee In the Army Ordnance -
from members at ten cents. TIle about f.ur feet .t water. opportunity to observe penonalllthe baa the opportunity ot -

f cake walk will be a beautiful and coordination, the determination the machinist trade, all of :which
t delicious angel toed. I Florida's woods and weed products ' : A. R. Broadfoot Engineer to carry 'a Job through to completion learning various skins sack a.

nUKs provide 8.750.0"0 man In Charge despite fatigue danger and watch repairing, tire rebuilding automotive
f Make jour plans to attend the' days e t employment for its resij I take this means nf ro-rnii adtsg personal family considerations. The' 'maintenance veldhi ant

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y ; GLADES COUNTY I Ii last season and to grind just as cumbers and tomatoes suffered store consisting of a $25 Max, Factor tween the main levee and highway

much cane as was ground last year. losses and supplies of beans and make-up kit. In addition to 25 caused alarm in the Bare Beach

i f- DEMOCRAT This Indicates that the loss from encumbers will be materially shortened these prizes some thirty merchantsIn area but little harm was believed ;

1 I J VOORE! HATES FLORIDAEotr flood damage is expected to about Michigan also reports minor Clewiston. Moore Haven and to have been actually done.

i equal the damage done by the freeze losses which should mean that Lakeport are offering various merchandise -!

I d .<1 last winter and is not nearly so Florida truckers who were successful generalyj'
: ''t: a* Mcond-cla matter. May prizes, consisting
j c' I. 1)27 at the Po.tofnc at Moor severe as many of us had feared in coming through without loss of fishing tackle for fish caught one)
Have. Offering-
C .Florida under the Act of If the flood has caused a loss of and there were a few will find a Clewiston Army
j "&n. of March .. 18J7P various kinds of tackle.
content it will only be noted good market. r
sucrose of priM ---
Inn. included in this section
j jt
i .kIUhr4 Every after the cane is cut and broughtin "Hardy vegetables benefitted from donors has a double prize first of (Continued from Page UI..r.
Friday By for processing but agricultural the weather change There were cocktail .. a man a good civilian trade
'J THE GLADES! CRliTI' CO, lae. $10 in trade at the Inn or
CARR IETTLE. F.klUbrr I experts take a rather optimistic viewof heavy downpours of rain over large : lounge for the best fish story entered if be foes not choose to make the
1 water damage to the sugar content areas, not enough to flood but sufficient Army ale career.
and $i for second beet.
,
a
'I
moisture.. I
of the cane to replace soil) contest for the Ordac
Under the rules of the >>eta who qualify
aab.erletl.
Rait.l such cabbage cauliflower. r
O.e Tear e2:. -- Crops u no weights or lengths of bass enter- aoc* Section of the Army are Mat
------ and root
8U X..... _______ eta34EI4NDE'IINGS I The sugar season will b. this successful broccoli, celery, spinach result. ed in the contest can be revealed to Fort Jackson. Columbia S. C,
If-and there's the. rub- crop sfcovM improve as a until the end of the contest There I I where they take either a short refresher
"New York State will have a lightabbage
the water !eta b* desisted eft in* are seven weigking-in stations where coarse of basic training, or

badly floeee faille tn! .... t* harvest crop this seaaon. The crop I fish may be weighed at no cost, and if they have no prior service the .
: them With the take m4- net mack a late start and acreage .I '
5 n
; entered into the various classes.They take the entire 13 week training
era record high sad eineMea a we so redeeed that yields are not I are Comptons store at Lake- I The men are then assigned to ** -

: i By Carr Settle stabilise itself at abont St CM the 1 likely ..- toe man than half as heavy port Alderman's fishing Camp Ordnance company and kaT.U..
:
t task of removing the water thrmgh M Jut yer Title will probably nearby, ParkiBsoa department.1:i I option of either taking "on the jtfe

: Ii Hurricanes, whether they be M* the two present enlists to a yew resell in a bettor market for Flor I store in Moore Haven the Sunoco I II I training" or applying for a coon*
4a than Mt ..... when New York
one and may require several months station on Sagorinnd Highway in J at some Army school of their
_ *r little, are sot much fan even available Btil early
cabbage was
when before the level approach the con I downtown Ctewtston Bill eho1e"
we stick to onr quota of onea
1 of the De April JoJaaaoa..1 ..
year but when Mother Nature trol maximum EMieeer apparently dam- ftehiag camp Joe I
".ef@ WM no
.**!*. nerving them up in bunebes I partment. Then a flood disaster to celery and the colder weather -I camp and the Sportsman Camp on I Teale Commends-
each as the one we are now experiencing age Highway 80, near the U. S. En
bananas as she has done this should be helpful. New York i I
cones along there is only gineers' sub-office just east of I -
foil it may be time to register a the peak of its ,
one problem to coastder-the removal -: State is now at j (Continned from Page 1)
mad protest' if there were any movement with shipments'I CI wllton.I .
of the excess water. Conservation -' celery lock of confusion and the Mm_ *|
fhanfe of it doing some good I --
in 'volume and stock beginning to
M important and we're all fine spirit displayed by all ... '-
Few elf as paid any attention last move into shortage Utah con- Road Washed Out
for it bat there's little room for corned daring the course of It*
week when a new storm was repented Ramsey whose business is fresh
argument in that direction<< when At hurrteoBe. This smooth fniuttlii :-
coning out of the western fruit containers Saturday Night
and
up vegetable oper-,
farms are covered with three and ing of personnel was an itanftrUfk.eontrfcfcetifcg .
Caribbean sad if we said anything ates on a nation wide basis and he I.
four feet of 1I'.ter.n overall program USED ReservationClewiston : factor to the .yltndftperformance
it Jut to the belief with the situation l:
Is touch
t was expreM in close '
is fine and from what we hear of the Lake Oltfe* ,
that it would simply add to the growing areas. : '
j: the one worked out by the U. S.' throughout ehofcee levee and control work s.t* ,
; eor __ by bringing scads more Reports coming in from William ( News)
Engineers is a good one but it will tern during the first real narrtsa$*.C;
'
I t raid. But what started out as a L. Wilson, director of Florida State The only break-through of floodwaters i "
be '
frightfully expensive and may test since construction Tkia Ptf-
I funn.i-sbaped fail zephyr soon de- Markets from Monte Graw secretary so far as is known in the
comaaeatdat
lay in the blueprint stage for too; formanee has drawn
i 'veieped growing pains and after itt of the Florida Vegetable Com Clewiston vicinity came Saturday, ''
I many years before Congress appropriates -: from the press the public and hJfV ,
ereeecd Cuba and headed in our direction mittee, John Ford of the Florida night at the U. S. Engineer reservation -
the amount of money: er authority which boa ba A. '"
{ it began taking deep Farm Bureau and others who have between the office building
necessary to bring it about. On the source of gratification to toe Cerps'
z breaths of the salty ozone, developed their fingers on the pulse of the industry and the high levee M the Engineers -! : 'r'
other band it all interests can cooperate I of Engineers in general and to tI-ec',
mere and more speed and power I I In this state, indicate that were girding for another .
on obtaining a third outlet Jacksonville District in partkmUt.,
t. and headed for the Florida penlmM despite severe setback and losses,I hurricane.
from the lake which would form an I
| with every apparent intention emergency outlet during periods of Florida vegetable growers are replanting The break-through Is believed to Particularly to be commended art
: of making a last effort ta blow usefr the newer members of yea 0tgaaixatio -
receding wa-
rapidly as
flood and fitted with control gates as have been caused when the hurricane -
the map of the t.. S. Thecharted to hold back the water where needed ters and. soil conditions permit. gate here was closed in the' *. Facing. their first tet
path didn look very goodfor in of will of this nature they all pertormfti
during periods of drought, it Crope many areas coarse face of the strong northeast gal
the Everglades area until it had would not be so expensive and would be late and this will heighten the which was expected for a time to file veterans

a change of heart as it approachedthe stand a better chance of approval danger from early frost. but we cn attain hurricane force Industrial W E. Teale, Colonel,

const and decided to take a we believe by an economy-minded keep our lingers crossed and do our Canal, already brimful was raised Corp of Engineers,
final fling at Miami beet this fall and hope for a tilling .
Congress and would fit in beauti- even higher *y water pumped by Jacksonville f.

!. That change of course probably tally with any overall program of nut spring. the city pumps and overran the

saved the day for as, even if it did 'water control set up by the State.I "Tomato price are up. California road at the east end of the boat

i add to the water discomforts of the has a good crop and will probablybe slip at the engineer office and soon![ WANTED !

lower EMt Coast We got a pretty I able to supply the demand for I washed< it out for a space of some

<. strong breeze off the lake until, I six weeks Texas has a large acre- sixty feet. Engineer equipment'Cotton rags no buttons.

; about eleven o'clock: and a few ooo,...+"'..........,..;..:.........'..100--....."" .-..... .. age of fall tomatoes that will follow bolstered by equipment from they i '
taiaatei later both the wind and the : : California so the shortage will U. S. Sugar Corporation was brought lOc per pound. Bring ;

rain were turned off as if by a not become as acute as with cu- in immediately to repair the break

gigantic valve' and shortly thereafter Too Late To Classify cumbers, snap beans and eggplants and the gap was closed by_Monday.I' them to theDemocrat

the stars were shining A \\lndstorms in northern states The rushing waters, flowing .

total .f 231 inches of rain was By RUSSELL KAY did a lot of damage to fruit in through the gap and southward be-I Office -

i recorded here and Michigan and other states, although
but it fell slowly
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lGfr8 0'4 h'wh'"
'tK'wtier :-Yti 4vh n
was pumped off as it fell so the Michigan was hardest hit-around

next day there was little evidence 400,000 bushels of apples peaches

of a storm The East side of the :Florida truck farmers who have' and pears were blown off the trees
taken it on the chin through frot'
in this state"Canadian .
lake and the East Coast again tookit
last February and floods this fall
on the chin, Lowever, and we apple imports this sea
and find themselves in financial son are expected to total about two
hesitate to crow over our good for-
straits as a result, may take some million bushels compared with about z
tune In the face of the disaster in
these areas satisfaction from the fact that Flor- one million last year Already a .Z1 \ ::
i ida has by no means been alone asa number of cars of British Columbia .
Lake
Okeechobee Is up some more
sufferer
in this
respect
Mcintosh
apples have come Into
reported Wednesday at 20.4 but we Floods
drought and
winds have
New York market where they founda
have not yet 'verified this report taken a heavy toll throughout the good reception. With relatively
and is still slowly rising. ThereIs a '; IS
I nation's agricultural area this past short apple crop In this country. %' FOR ALFAR
some hope of stabilization
by '
year I have Just been reviewingthe it is unlikely that Importation of
; next week probably close to the
October 8 Issue of Vernon E.Ramsey's Canadian apples will bring down
;, 21 foot mark and then the decrease AS
News Letter WELL
which each i prices to any extent." i AS
should be A
fairly rapid all
week reviews the situation in the
providing there are no hurrivanes "There was a sharp Increase In
more
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or no more heavy rains. The bulletin states: "Heavy rains I cucumber prices last week. The .

And we refuse to opine that the and windstorms hit wide areas of fall acreage In Louisiana and Geor- !

hurricane season is yet over. the nation last week with varying I gia is very limited, and with New n
York going out fast prospects are
effects on vegetable crops In
Good news to the entire Lake northern areas the heavy rains were that there will be quite a shortageof .

area Is that the cucumbers before replanting of
sugar house In followed
by a quick drop in tem-
Clewiston will be opened on November perature and light frosts in some Florida stocks are ready. Supplies Rich Ufar JIUV--with the elements tor strong

31f there are no more heavy areas. Indicating that the northern of pepper and eggplant are holding .
up very well and peppers last bone and muscle! on alert mind.
rains. Still better Is the word that season for tender vegetables Is may >o wonder lt'.
corporation officials expect the season -1, until Florida Is ready to ship. i
nearing its close a fatorite with athletes!
tinues a heavy shipper of celery and
to last Just long
as as it did "New York State snap beans cuCold -
has the largest crop ever recorded

from that .
area"California

I has prospects tor a,

big crop of celery but shipments so LF

far bare been light. Their major

shipments will not get underway I '
\Veather I
until October 15 but should continue -, &:' T.lI.t:: = .
through the winter. The

1 acreage of winter celery In Tulare 426 "lam1PatO Drive Phone TITS

WILL BE HERE SOON founu California, has been increased VEST: IMLM BEACH, (O'U>Rm.FLAMINfiO .V
and this celery can be expected : :
F'
to compete with Florida dur-

GET YOUR HEATING NEEDS NOW!! ing the early part of the season.


1 Fishing Contest Has ,

Only Two Weeks To Go i

We Have A Complete Line of j !
Before Closing DateThe f !

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ROOM HEATERS $20-40 Okeechobee big-mouth bass \

contest underway In this region i :

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since August t. closes the tact days I

WATER HEATERS $40 of October With nearly three I

k up j hundred fishermen registered ia the X

I contest and with entries well over DAIRY FEED .

(Glass lined, copper and galvanized tanks) sixty. the last two weeks prom Is.. to

ylGf show some real big fish and


Daw :i I strings The contest sponsored b> lb.-i Roughage and Concentrated Feeds i

McCarthy Hendry County Conservation Club. ; II j

I offers |475 In priie The Conservation Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users '
k DISTRIBUTOR dab's first prize of a i-'

horsepower outboard motor represents -; FOR SALE U THIS \REA AT DEIITDRVU.\Q PLATT IX

0. Southeastern Natural Gas little over one hundred MOORE HAVEX -
dollars of the prize money. The

CLEWISTON: and OKEECHOBEE I Clewistoa tW in cash Lions for second Club II" CIlferlDg// WOBURN MOORE CHEMICAL IUTEX CORP. (N. J.) ;

FLORIDA
third prize especially for I.

I anglers U put up by Matk's drag t ,

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DOH 000 U 0 Ie 00000 ; ; O : CARD OF THANKSWe
To Conduct Here

i i Meetings I II f wish to express our thank

I I and heartfelt appreciation to our
II PERSONAL and SOCIETY II I friends for their beautiful floral .;

II offerings and expressions .f sym

t I ment.pathy during our recent: bereave

4'Y'-rfrS eS = C OCOCGOOOI O = COD 'OOIGOIOD I Clison and Margaret Pressler

ClickKornegayMiss 1 I Mrs. Ward Roberts and children: .3 I and Children.

visited friends in Miami over the
Viola Mae Kornegay, weekend.Mr. FIR-VT. METHODIST CRTRCH
daughter -
.n. W. S. ouomaa. Pastor
of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Korne- -
:: gay, and Robert Wendell Click of and Mrs.: James Cransan et I
19M
Clewlston Church: School- a. m.
Moore Haven were married at 3 spent Sunday wits Mr.
Morning WersMp I:** a. m.
and Mrs. E. L. Branaaa.
clock Sunday afternoon
at the. The Methodist Church extends a
First Christian Church in I
Arcadia,
The Church
welcome to you. :
the Rev. R. G. Manuel officiating. Mr. and Mrs R. E. Jor4a sad
School has a class for every age.
I Jalte
Mae
ta
were ytC _
The bride was Tarns Pataritaroa
graduated with i i Too are invited to worship with a*
honors ia ltf6 from DeSoto Coanty baseness.Miss .
in the regular charea worship hour.
high school, aad aiace that tape i
has atUadpd Monad Park ackool Waada HaTsVakiB left y.avterday I
for aaretag at St. Pet<<.****-. BIle i for Bartv where Ike wundergo FOR REYT-Faraisked bedroom.
WM Cfn! la aurriage by her a tv IU".1. j Geatleeaaa preferred. N. P. Larsen -

f tter aad waa attended by her ...ca-1' I ltp.
Visa WUkerta Koraecay, M .. Coaaie Bowea of Belle GWteac !
!I of koaor. t the wee4ca4+ with kls BMtkr -
Mrs. FOR S.\Lt-Brq sad Stratton
Lacy BoweL
: J. S. Click was the groosa's at-
teadaat.Tae Motorboat, good ca>dittB, nOt! d
.bridegroom i Mr. and Mrs. Mack Greene wrbaateea See Oscar Laafford. ItpRO 1 t

from Moore Haven high was school graduated ia j I viaftors ia Tampa aw Wodn I ,

1I3C aDd spent three years sad teaasoathi 4ay. t! >K Bl>HES-2yearM field

in the First Cavalry of the I grown everWoomhig plants; over
Army, in tbe South Pacific. He wasdischarged i Rev. W. s. Boacawa ia speaiag Ii i fifty choice varieties; write for free
this week in
in February, IMS, and Lakeland 8MiIda II catalog with roses in qofrr. Ty-Tex
at pr eeot ia post commander of with a ....Ht-Ihltt drive at one of I Rose Nurseries, P. O. Box 532
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the Methodist Cbarckes.
0..: tk* Glades Veterans of Foreign: I5KV .\. A. \LM\\D Tyler Te=as. NT-c.
Wars in Moore Haven. He is associated I!I II
in the dairy business with I Mrs. Everett Casper and children Re.t A Alm.md usso, ate minister of White Temple Methodist I I I .
bte father at Lakeport. where the of Fort Laderdae are spending Church, Miami, will begin a series of tfib here at the Methodist Church FOR SILE-Five-room house ..Uta.or .
this week with her parents Mr. and Sunday evening ia observance of Religious Emphasis week. without furniture. Mrs. L. M.
couple will make their borne.
Mrs. J. W. Adttes. Rev. AlauBd has been connected tor the past ten years with Youth Lilly Box 212, Moore, Haven, Florida
Tke church was decorated with Organisation work for the church in the state and his talks will be ttc C
white chrysanthemums: and' a'' Peggy; Stalls Hid Doris Griffith partkrlarly enjoyable to the young people He is also a regular Sunday
program of nuptial music was given' visited' Mr. aDd )1.... Wan. M. Ad- morning speaker over a Miami radio station and no doubt has been r
by CUae Ha j aan. baritone, aad Miss, kins hi Vero Beads over the week- heard by many listeners here. 1
Laura Bell Foster, pianist. end. Rev. Alasand II not a revivalist and the series of meetings' Is not I
Tile bride wore an afternoon considered a revival meeting in the usual sense. 1 Mark R. Tennant

dress of wkite crepe with corded Jack Barkette and Jack Williams LMYB.M l:
torso small ice blue hat. sad carded returnedVedaea4ay eveatag from Ill and Mrs Overstreet of Lakeland Three feet of water sloshed ;

a Bible topped with a crater t! a kaateeas trip to Taatpa and north were here Wednesday on a tkroufk downtown sweets in Fort Real Estate Broker

of white tnbereeea. FlorMa.J fishing trip and stayed at the Moore Lauderdale baiting traffic; Davie. I GUIDES COUNTY ANDS
After the wedding a receptionwas Haven Hotel.
held at the bride's home for P. Tatvaa, with the ACL engineers four miles from Fort Lauderdale.was 1 I GOT Congress Bldg. Miami Fla f

about thirty-five rel&tlye5. and working n tk* aaar track Mtoe Lsswa Ellarbe arrived Sunday flooded to housetops some 1
friends. Ice cream punch aad wedding to the Okeelaata aacar plant, visited from Jacksonville to take the parts of town. II I
cake were served.PERSONALS". Meads here hat aickt.tin. posttioa of home economics: teach I r
er in tile local school. Her home
to In BeametUTlQe. S. C. i
Wai. F. Mailer ia recuperating i iMb's I ,
ia Lee Measorial Hospital ia J
Pa Wla<} fweedle, a Bt'D ELLERKAMP TWO-WAY
Fort Myers trop M operation acrf I
W. C. Keene Tilted Ma pareattaI brat Stetson University, was the:
I>rt Offfo or tk* week-emd.I +rasd Taeaoay. Mr. Mailer visited *t-ead neat of Mice Irene Scott j
her that day and said. she was
at her home here. Miss Wanda{
Max Osfte of Davie1 ws* a baeio.. getting along nicely. Voder and Jimmy Don Wilson were I p1Jr./ws

TfsiUv.hrs yecterday.W. also home from Stetson' for the : T
.a,.. Mr. sad Mrs. Joan R. Dowd, Jr., weelt-ead. I II
.' F.; binder was in West PalmBeaifa and Mrs. John R. 0owd Sr., retura- I

-on ,business Wd aatey.d ed last night from St. Pvterstotrc Mr. and Mrs. Frank Veltri and For both drainage and irrigation. Can .

\ where Mr. Dowd baa ben receiving children of Miami spent the week- be reversed from discharge to intake by a
""MfsT .Pin.s for the
.. Aff(: Fred Jt'l1klns-lpfoBt treatraeBt at Iiay cad with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
.: the week-end in Lake Walea.t pout several days.. M. A. Summers. They also brought I I simple throw of lever. The type of pump

with then the children of her sister best suited to water control work.In .
O. II. Bond was a business vilto Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Preaaley and 1 Mrs. Max Cole of Davie their'
*! In West' Palm Beach Wednes children visited in Fort Myers Sun hose having been Inundated by the:
day. day. week-end floods. : various sizes-built to fit'your own

Merry Lynn Roberts spent the Mrs. J. W. Adkins was a business \-UElts EYSTERT.tIN FOR I I{ needs. Ask for prices.

week-end with her grandparents in tailor In Tampa and Lakeland on HKIDT.K fl.lll TtKMMY I
Avon Park. Friday and Saturday of last week -- watchedin
I The two city pumps may be
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Yoder entertained I
Sheriff J. J. Wiggins was InCafefland Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Frlerson aad their bridge dub Tuesday' operation as a proof of efficiency.D. .
for several days thisweek Vernon Bryant were In West Palm evening with a turkey dinner at!
en business.L. Beatii Tuesday. their home on Canal Drive. I
High; score prize for couples during -: L. SUMMERSLocal
J. Bobbins assistant state attorney .
H. C. Taylor was called to Lakeland the evening went to Mr.and.
of Arcadia, was here en business Wednesday by the illness of a Mrs. Carr Settle; low to Mr. and:
Thursday. I brother. I Mrs. W. B. Irby and travelling 1' Representative

prize to Mrs. A. G. Hutchlnson. ,
Mrs. L. E. Farnam county superintendent Others playing were Mr and Mrs.)I
and Miss Jean Moore Rev. and Mrs. John Moore andbaby Yoder, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yoder:

county school supervisor will be in daughter were in Mount Dora the of Cle..i ton, Mr. and Mrs. E, H .i Max ColeFort
through Sunday where Rev. Moore filled
Gainesville from Wednesday Doyles and Mr. Hatchlnson.
Friday of nest week attending a. pulpit at the Baptist Church for

county: superintendent's conference. I I regular services that day.SOMETHING _. Torrential Rains Drive ; Lauderdale, Route 1


I Thousands from Home 1 1I r--

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MUMl Oct. 15- rains accompan-rimc a -;' -mile
ar.-hour t.iad swept 10{ rug- x>iiiha Bass Fishing
** *! londa over the wf>..-.-E>arl to
Hememliei I
Always I drupo"sands: from their homesendangered ,
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with rising loud waters,I II
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of tbe state's rio t productive farm
and grating landsCommissioner WHEN IT'SExcellent Nathan Mayo termed -:
I 1 it "the greatest agricultural dis-i fish if you have the proper lures and
aster ia more than a' generation.' !j ji

{i estimating the loss ia crop at between ]i tackle. ;
: $15.90.000 sad U9,6".tO'i
food I Thoesaads residents of lowland -|i

areas were forced to reek refuge :, A new shipment of reels and baits just i
elsewhere aDd mass evacua-i j ,

tions persona were carried were out moved One to thousand tile-,i received. Everything you need to get that


1 Pompano Pompano Bach Farmer's migratory Market camp from ;, BIG one for the contest which closes October I

YOU ARE SEEKINGClewiston ; and near-b Hammoadrllle Other I
thousands sought refuge la schoolc1 31. ;
and other putjibufldtBR*. Tae t
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and building at Hialeah i!
grandstaad Race Traik: were available. fort| Complete Assortment of Hardware i i

The Inn"The I storm At Fort vktints.Lauderdaio. hKtu i Furniture-Building MaterialsPARKINSON'S I I

Cross added l.Sti1 flood! vwtn* tH|

its list. Dade County Red Cross S
South's Finest Small Hotel" workers did heroic work ia giving .
aM and surest to those la Hooded Inc.
I areas. atoned Mtastt Springs and : .Jtl"The
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LOUNGE Riaieak. Two Red Cruse workers ,
EVERGLADES COCKTAIL i iI lost their lire when aa awajataaiectkey --,-
I t rFRIDAY
iI were drib tag crashed tat a' Complete Store"

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;. I ing us to return to his original nrdav E.enng Post which many I District (wh.ch district 1.- ce-e ea-I I. Glades County Florida 'I
.in with the boundaries of GladesCawMy BOARD OK rtPLIC INSTRtCT10NGLADES
SCHOOL DAZE home in Raton. New Mexico. We' still enjoy: esxu w.. 'k. was founded ). Oftly ot* II) of such Tntnt- ('Ol-- n.oRIl.A I

:f I IJ wish Don loads of feck a4 fcappt! by this eras mania e_ School may be Board elected residence from each district.County Oct 17 4b 24. 1947V .' I

MSS and hope that H will be hack, a recent rlas election. it wase These three U) Trustee shall be

Sponvar ... . .. . ... Mr. MojeJIMMJ to see as soon that Mrs R. elected by a countywide vote but DOt THE n"( lIT (O1 RT OF THETA
Mfaumsly decided nu re than one ii) of them shall I ICLFTIi J I OH'111. CIRMlT TFIjOHini. ',
H1iItf" .. . .. .. Melt
,:, Since Don was oar clans preddent E. Jonfesa! was to continue as our ctme from the .same c..un > board in A\6 FUR .t tBfMUSTl
t .tawdaM Editor: ..., le.aW 'M1t1U'l we had to elect a now .*.- who fs class roes mother she has already -I number re- deae district OB the n eRAARRl '0. SJBAT f

:,orlet7 ... .. ....... ....... oris C..rMntkJ. Wilson CasonHH.HTII. as ballot to be used In this eWcOon count sLitwmuees DnBcEiTlt __
hoc* (or six years. from the sane y
w (:trI'. Sprite ...-. .. .. .ree Tick board member retiden district hall MORRitiPlaintiff j
1 J.t"IJOrt.s .. _........ m>n (ie* *.*.. ( RtfB The sveth grade is almost I b> >lrnUlh..s tog.ther and "ft the bai"! '- !
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j nominee ,
eflt4 ins as cicada" now that we ((J.mtd.: tote th it tr-c
( By euirtoy: BaaseU) < -!vms th- highest number of \ .I
J00&PHTKBOTKF(OL.1ANTE MORRIS
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bare fcmant a bandmaster. Mr.f I th('" titsame group
among in
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I l-nlTum.\ Well, kids, dM you enjoy the Grant who has things well under I.>.. Itml. Th' e.iter are to .ot..j' p..reAd..nt. I
; The school year of 1947-48 really three days vacation last week It !I for three (2) TruMw. bJt not TO 4PPKAR ;.; :
control! and a Home EC teacher t aaortthan one il) inn)' one groupThe TO: Mr.. JostphifMColamntc Morris ; i
HTBor
i VUrted off with a bang seems that we have had or shave candidates do not run in ST upa nwD" Mountain Drive l
Mm EQerhe who arrived Sunday
t sckoo remodeled and ae* of storms this year. ,_ !l each runs against each of the otherson Philadelphia. PennsylvaniaTon A !
hereby required to file .
t I .......t installed cost time and It appears that the mothers will a county-wide basis appearance are In the court above drKrlbed an- .:..
f *henumber ...
Z. To
so should appreciate the 1Bb'T O. E. s. MKKTlMiIPThlt aperove or ditwpprnve > on the Ifth day of November, .
the eateftianatfKt
sosMy we provide this Halloween -! 1 I f mr\ of di.tnt tai to bebved
tremble to which eeryose has gone thwrawgbly ,. st'InnC.TiOX rind collected annually for the 1947. at the (ountv I'ourt House *n !
I I so we way enjoy two eucc-ediag within this Moore Haven Glade* County Fl>r- :fo
toe give u* tile.... With a little, ourselves This is one activity count-wide school years district 'da. rod thereafter to file such de- ..-r i

., I help and cooperation from every' for October I The first meeting after summer a. For the approved school tern fenaes in as response you may to desire the suit or be above advised !
for chive the Chnll board htfrrcoomonded [
t etii eat. we caa keep the tdMIoII Are all of you classes gong to vacation of the Moore Haves ( 1H mills) ntitled which is a !Milt for dlVOTCe. .-;- ;

t $t' sad property Just at beaatifal the make posters for National Book I Chapter No. 11 S. Order of Eastern b. which For building the county reserve board fund (h for.'I I designated Glades County as UK Democrat newspaper i*ra hereby which .. .'

r \ : year mead, aad for yean to come, Week? A price of two dollars lan'1. Star, was hW Tuesday might with recommended 4 mills) ,: this order shall be published ease a

all it was the first of the school bad Mrs. E. M. Don. Worthy }latl'Ol1.1 BOARD OF 5tJ] U"' INSTRtVTION I I week for four consecutive weak. r !
r/ GLADES COCNTFLORIDA Herein fail not under penalty of de ,
f/( term of 1947 If the other classes are as lucky and J. K. Rogers Worthy Patron, Margaret Farnam. Superintendent II fault. ,55S

as we are. they have all their members -: presiding Oct II. 24. 21. So*: 7. 147 DOKB AND ORDERED at Moore -'-. :
{ Have. Glades (County this ttth day ,
i.IRiLIRY n.tii present even from Lakeport. Routine business was transacted.i of October, 1947 ,

(By Elsie Mae Story) By the way let's all pitch in and Attending were :Mrs.: J. H. Doty,i NOTICE OF !! tLEThe I OFFICIAL SLAL IMi>RESKBD) t'

The school is offering a credit In make the Library Club a success Mrs. W. H. Lanier Miss Maxine Clerk/*/ D of&Circuit WBKK&Court.. I
Library Science this year. This Is : Board of Puolic Inxtructlon d*- !
Glades
, Comity. Florid
Nell Jackson
Doty Mrs Bdythe .
. sires to sell for cash the property below I
a subject that hasn't been offeredbefore SIXTH (.U\I)K Mrs. R. J. McLeod Mrs C. J.Leiter described and will reveler sealed OOCSS JOHK80K l i i

s The work ill not hard Just (By Barbara Hutchinson* Mrs. V. C. Woodward Mrs. bids for the purchase thereof on or I Moore Haven. Florida :: !:
before Monday. the third day of November Solicitors for Plaintiff ;"' I
14ng an aaetstaat in the library We have only twelve IB our G. E. Etherton. Mrs M A. Thomas. 1147 at to OS o'clock A. )1(. Oct. 11. 14. :SI. NOT 7. ., :

i One has to have at least seven room, counting our teacher. Miss Florence Graham. )Ir. and Mrs.. equivalent Bid must In be UK accompanied amount of by 1 cash. percent or --- ,- I

hors work a week because it is Our home room mother is Mrs.. E. M. Dull, Mr. and Mrs. R E. of the Md. Such depo*

i jt laboratory work. This coarse Woodward. Waldron refunded to unsuccessful bidders and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Barton I
successful bidder who does not complete '
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Is offered principally to the 8e 1on. Linda Norton has goae to Haines Mr. and Mrs W J. RO UloD. purchase by payment of the !

., November 17 through November. City to school We will surely miss Mr. and Mr.. J. K. Rogers Mr. and forfeit balance such within deposit ten. days should will be J ,

21 is Book Week. The library will her Mrs M C. Vowell Mr. with Mrs Margaret
and Mrs. C. placed or sent to Ii i

which should be of interest to all We have son* pM fish aDd a M. Pfrkte. of CtewistoB; :Miss Lottie Public Farms Instractkm.. County Moore Superintendent Haven. Plor of I .b ;

: hate displays of different kinds silver fish GaJibeav of New Iberia La.; Mrs Ida The Board reserves the right to i 1I
:: raiders reject all bid Th..y..... expected toM
Frances Hardy Mrs Mildred Cox, opened at or noon after the day I 51 1
FOIKTII CKIDK Mrs. Edaa Waters, Mrs Gladys and hour shown above: i

l'. P. \. -NKWS: (Linda Roberts) Stalls, )Ir. and Mrs C. C. Kluttsof Lots Nineteen (19). Twenty
The Future Farmers of America.OBffl Tw<'nt>'-OB (U). Twenty-two I SATLRDW
We have fourteen new books to I Moore Haven Itl. Twenty-three (U), and i !
ny known a. the "F. F. A." oar library. Miss Ikmldin gave our Twentv-fow J4) In Block Fifty- '
Sunset Canon
in
five (U) of PaU dnlaccording -iI
is the National Organisation of by I
room a new Bible story book. recorded and thereof
A farmer ia Kenya Eat to maps plats -
Africa
and for boys studying the different We have a new pupil' in our I in the PuNic Records of (Mad1*. "Rough Riders of
phase of Vocational Agriculture recently secured: a packet \Florida's County and of DeSoto' County. i i iCheyenne" iI
class He i. Kenneth Powell, from
slash pine seeds for experimental Florida together with anv and nil I s
and Vocational Agriculture Clewleton school I structure and Hnprovtments situate -
planting OB the "dark con thereon atl lying and betas
hop work The foundation upon Our two little turtles died whilewe tinent.- :

which the Future Farmers of were out of school last week I
flTlrF OF HKI>rMPTIO\
America organization is built includes Be ky Click and Ernest Rober- CITY OF MOORS tI"\ .:\ itI

leadership character development son are still out of school because LEGAL NOTICES State .f .'.ri4. r...ty of blade I

sportsmanship, service of the high water. We hope they I SUNDAY a4 XONDAT I :
Notice is hereby given by City of
thrift scholarship. improved agriculture -
can come back soon. Moore, Haven a }Municipal Corporation I :
and better shop practices; "TITF>IKT OP TUB OttM-K llir. in Glade Countv Florida, of Gary Cooper. ::grid Bercmaaia
We have two new saws in our :tl'\ \f.KWF\T. rjR I I.4F10V l I / i iI' k
make redemption on
Intention to
also, organized recreation, citizenship room. The boys are going to make i I FT('_ RHU IHH. in TIIK ACT January 1. 194, of a part of Its 5
the love for country life OP CONC.HI--X* up .%| (.I !'T :=: 4. bonds date Jajrs-I
and
I general refunding:
some toys and bookends when we .
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4>It MtRtll lessor
3. sty 1. itS, due January I, 1>*2, and
enter into plans and practice.It material. I' "For Whom the Bell -
can get some being in the principal sum of Five
is with a sincere desire of thebo's I The GUd" County Democrat Hundred Dollars
and their advisor, that we may pvbltehrd weekly at Moore haven, redemption Is to be made at the Chase
FIRST '. accomplish these things during the Geraldine brought a turtle for STATE OF FLORIDA ) York City where both principal and
year by soliciting the cooperation of II ) Interest of the said bonds are payable I
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our room. COUNTY The particular bond to be so Goer
OF GLADES
all parents teachers and those whore Wesley found some rocks and ) redeemed have by
4 I Before me. a notary In and for tKe lot and are hnatr-n;: fe-1 I
Interested in their community. shells to put in his bowl. We like I I State and county aforesaid personallyappeared lows: z

'S and its welfare. to watch him swim lie has a Carr Settle, who baring 55 w pI'
poses and says that be I* the managing I l
41 $III TUESDAY and WBIk'iI311DAY
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Th, agriculture and shop boys are hard shell on his back. I editor of the Glades County 44
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planning many worthwhile projects. We like to see him draw himself i Democrat and that the following U, II ail James
to the beet of his knowledge and be sip Craig Laomai Barrymore
; and we invite you to visit us at into his shell list, a true statement of the ownership -'I I I > J* si ** !'
i* :s sad Lucille Bresn.tr ba
.any time! We know a poem about a turtle. I .. management (.and If a dally paper IS 29 M 17
the circulation) etc., of the aforesaid 11 2e SS .
publication for the date shownIn S4
1ft J2 "Dark Delusion"Coming i
the above captioo. required the .
llMKU8: KIKsT ( iU1)1 by Ie 4IT Ii 51
Act of Aiirunt" 24. im. a* amended by
+ The band although a little late (By Billy Farabee) I the Act of March 1. la. embodied In 1$ 37 H ST pp

in starting this year has just began Tommy Tadpole has two frog legs section 57. Portal Laws and Regulation 19 II

its work under the direction but he needs two more legs to be ft.rm*,, o-wlt printed on the rmrrrse >>f thin (SEAL IMPRESSED) j
HAVEN
OF MOOBB ,
CITY
: of Harry Grant who comes to us a frog. He is losing his tail He I I 1. That the name and addn>*rr.. of I F. D. TAUS. )la,..

1. frajN the "Phosphate District"Mulberry. will have to grow lungs! before he the, and publisher business editor.manager maMM arePwbllnhr. *: editor ATTEST Mettle Mitchell: "The Yearling"fiom

i ( Brewster, Pierce Nichols can live out of water We have I, Ftertda.Uditor. (",err Settle Moore Haven I City Clerk. i

Bradentoa where he has been It. .
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and three new snails in our aquarium. Carr Settle Max' Harm.

i employed as band instructor for the i They will keep the aquarium clean.E. i I I FTorMa.Maoaerina.
Editor, CanSettle. Moore I
pact sin years. G. lost a tooth In school today I Have. Florid Jh.iWraew

i We are very fortunate to have Mr Burinrsa Manager Parr Settle. Moore I II

; Grant as our instructor: and we TIIK mUI.LI \XT HU>IIMK\ II Haves i That PlorMa the owner !. ( If "A .r4 I :: :: : where I

I hope to do a great deal of work (Nelda Howdeshell) by a corporation Its name nut ad'I. sitbyJoe'Marsh -
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the ( ri ttu.t stated and also Immediately -
during coming year. Miss Liswa Ellerbe our Home
t 1 i thereunder the nnmc and '-
i We are still lacking greatly in Economics teacher, had 10 girls in addresses of. stoektuoMers .>WB'n symphonic instruments such as: I I holding one per cent er more .* tot..l
class for the first time Monday j
on
i amount of stock If not *ws d b> a :
( Oboes, Bassoons, Baritone SauI -I morning. We are starting to make!1 corporation the acmes and -.. Mystery of -";

I phones' and Clarinets. dresses this week-hoping for the l, of the individual owtiers .ct..1
I I I given If owned by a firm
We wish to encourage those students best! or other unincorporated concern. Its the Missing FarmsTep

who already have instruments I name and address as wetl an th..e of ,
Geraldine Langford and Virginia each Individual member. must be
I and are not using them also Keenan have been elected to makea grlven.) Us umber of farms U where Mr free, America lift U

the students who haven't Instruments poster advertising National Book ton.The Florida.. Clewlaton News Inc, Clewls- America U shrinking(by quarter. ..nre. Where ..ftSHaber eooperates -

I to enter the band. smflUoa to the last aft years!). and
Week. F. Desne Duff Oewu>too. FtorM shares the work . .
Music is one of the world's finest Six-weeks exams are coming up Carl Hanton. Fort JotT"''. nor"' ... 1 I What's happened t* the alssfef' living together la temperance and
2. That fie known bondholders,
arts Everyone appreciates good
this Friday and next Monday mortimirees, and other security hold.pr. farms The land has been take toUraace-teaperaacs: that prefer -
I music and you are missing a great owning or holding 1 pr cent or U by other farms Increasing the
*a aoderats b.verag.llk.
1 deal of fun and enjoyment by not more of total amount of bonds, mortgiires beer,
SEVENTH GUIDE I r other .ecergk..re: None. verar* 1 sise by treaty acres! and toleraacs for a taste that
I enrolling) In the band. I 4. That the two paragraphs nest may
I The band makes several interesting (Jo Anne Conse) above KiYlnir the name Of the owners Docs tils growth mean f.rmbe different from one's own,
In English we have been studying stockholders, and security holders -
and educational trips during lag's no longer a family enterprise '. From where I sit
'I Franklin. He wasa if any. contain not only the list our FaraH
Benjamin
1 the year and at the present time we of vtorVholdrrs and llet'urit.Idu.. ? Jest the opposite! Mors Farms (and theyV 99% ef
man who had the ability to learn a. they appear upon the books of tli-
I are all rather curious to know who families own farms today than
and who did not let any of that I rompan': but alim, in C. where the farms) are something' that _:
will be selected from the Moore stockholders or security bolder appears cTer-only with labor-saving
ability go to waste. Starting as a upon the books of the company country can be proud of! :,1 5
Haven band to attend the State Band handle
equipment they
I "printer's devil," without a day of I aji trustee or In any other can more .
and Orchestra Clinic in Tampa, on fiduciary relation, the name ft the land more work.
; schooling he started "Poor Rich person or corporation for whom such t
( the 18th and 19th of NovemberWe ard's Almanack" In Philadelphia i i trustee Is acting, U siren" : also that That's as it should be..The family ./7,11.. A

wish to welcome Mr. Grant toour : the said two paragraphs. contain statements farm is a fertress .
lie became an ambassador to England embracing affiant's fall kitowtedge .leaoer.q't.
1 community and to our school
and France. representing, first and belief as to the clrcum-
We hope that his stay here will be ..tai cf. and conditions under which
memorable what is now Pennsylvania, and soon otockholdm and sc rty holders who C.pyr4Es 1947,L'niteJ Stale Brewers Feuniatnn t
: a happy and one. was representing all thirteen do not appear upon the book; '>f th '
If you haven't considered: entering company a* trustees hold stock and
colonies. securities In a capacity other than
I the band give it some serious
When the Revolution broke out. that of a bona tide owner: and this
thought. Join ps and yon won't be affiant has no reason to believe teat
be left England went France
to
any other person- association, or corporation
.sorry. and succeeded ia getting help for I i has any Interest direct or In- Get the Habit of
d-rect in the said stock bond., or Shopping at
colonies in their fight for
THE cirtniK Jt'Mons our in-j other securities than a. so stated by
\ dependence. After the British surrendered ber i
(By Lois Cox) 5. That the average number .fl ....
he returned to America
The Juniors are all hard at work I copies of each Issue of this publication
,i became governor of his nativ state sold or distributed through the ....
I again after having a few days holiday !'I mails or therwise, to paid subscribersduring The In .
and then became a member of Conic the twelve months precedingthe
at the end of last because
of the water at Lakeport week recs. I i date shown a"cRI 2T5.FETTLE.

-!",- He was the only man to sign I I Sworn to and subscribed before me "Famiiy: 1 ? I FortMyers
: We are very glad to announcer
those four Important documents: ,, this 17th day of September 1)47 .

:. that our sponsor, Miss Liswa EJlrbe The Declaration of Independence SEAL) FRANCES irRPabilt Dtpt.

has arrived and that we have the treaty of friendship with France(1 I My commission expire Au". n. 'a a aSion" ,

t already started to work with her on 1545.
the with
peace treaty England and FU.
:.. the Junior playA .
the Constitution of the United
.:- committee of three: Lois Cox States of America. I jOTHF Of F1WT10
i TO KtKfT THWrB 'THOOI.TRISTrr '
.:. ,;. .as chairman. Joy Summers and His inventions, if listed would fill :.. ill Trt nr.n'F.

: ., Donald Farnam. were appointed to many pages, and you can easily see I.' l1l.LA.Y._TO__BK_ a.t1EP

\V' c read over some material from how he is one of the greatest men Kottee is Mhb.1thn that ant ehc-,, Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More

i t which we shall **l*$ our May la history. Among his most prom mvm be I>*M Toesdtr Rovrteber
--V' to report that It. l'4f, dvrtea- the res* *r heneofa I J
We are Tery'torry! inent Invention, we find he was! holfln dectunr lee t** BUY PROM OCR CAT.%LOG.-Over 10OOOO:4 Items
fDIIo..1
r : trc are losing!*one ot our class- the first who tried the new Plan o: purpose
who is lear4 : I To P' r* three f?) sco.il Trw,
Don'Gtlasstnt. wearing bifocal lense. Te: Sat
l mates I tee for Ql.td.s p* wJ Tau Sooll .


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