Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00215
 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 31, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00215

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\ All In Readiness For : Mrs. Nancy Langdale ''I Survey Requested For

1\ : Dies In Tifton, Ga. i I

Halloween Carnival Kissimmee Watershed

Mrs Nancy Jane Langdale, 69. .
i i mother of Mrs. E. T. Mathls of

Starts With Dinner On Miss Dorothy SkipperTo Moore Haven died Sunday morning Five Initiated At Group Will Also Push
October 26, in the Tift County hospital i

School Grounds At Edit Paper At at Tifton Ga., following Rebekah MeetingAt I For Levee Fronting
illness of five weeks. Her home ,
,6:00 Tonight j! Warren-Wilson College was at Sunnier. Ga. Bare BeachThere
the regular meeting of tbe:
Funeral services were held :Monday
The Rebekah Lodge on Tuesday even-! was a splendid attendanceat
anneal Halloween Carnival. Miss afternoon at three o'clock atWright's
Dorothy Skipper, daughter I I Ing fire candidates were initiated
the and controlmeeting
drainage water
the year taken over entirely by the of Mrs. Chapel in Worth County
Lorena Skipper of '
PanfitTeaeheAssociation i j Lakeport I and interment was in the Wright'sChapel into the order Miss Margie Cram.]I, called last Friday night by
and a student at Warren- Ciieon I'I Miss Wanda Howdeshell. Mrs. L. M
Fred Montsdeoca Glades County
tag the II Arrangements
teacfcers and pupils rellev-I cemetery. '
College at Swannanoa, N. C., has Mrs. and',:
Lilly, Leroy Strickland '
member of the general committee
work of preparation for the ,, been were in charge of the Bowen-Don- ,
I appointed editor of the Wilson !1 I
will be held toaigbt on the school!j 1 aldson Funeral Home. I Mrs John Moore. recently appointed by Irlo Bronson.I ,
Echo the school
Mrs. J. M. Bishop Mrs J. HFeeples 'j I president of the State Cattlemen'sAssociation
growads and nice weather Is Indicated -I I Mrs. Langdale was born In Worth
Miss Skipper and Roger Norton Mrs. Leonard Stalls and
for the sixteen counties
for the affair. I County October 19, 1978. and resided
Home I also of Lakeport and son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jordan served refresh-I' affected In South Florida by the
room mothers of the variousgrades
there all of her life. She affiliated -
i Mrs. W. B. Norton are two of the ments of sandwiches cookies and I present flood conditions.It .
have been assigned ,
a as committees with the Methodist Church
f three student deacons of the Farm an iced drink; to Mrs. H. G. Stew- was generally agreed that
by the P.-T. A. to conduct at Wright's Chapel on February 2,
tee various School Presbyterian Church. They art. Mrs. T. J. Dupree Mrs. Paul Glades County's greatest need at the
concessions or events I 1898. Her husband, James Iverson
which would ordinarily have been were elected by the membership of Langdale survives her. Wilson. Mrs. !d. A. Summers Mrs.I i present time is levee protection for

handled by these grades. The first the church, Roger representing the C. C. Klntts. Mrs. W. L. Wether-i the area between the ends of the
j event will be a combination of the boys on all athletic committee that Survivors include her husband; Ington Mrs. W. T. Ball Mrs. A. O. present levee from Kissimmee River -
t three plans for the expenditures of the five IOns Arnold of Homestead Howdeshell. Mrs. Fred Jenkins Mrs.I to the levee south of Fisueating
primary grades for a chicken
various organisations and Miss Fla., H. I.. Pete I* J. and JamesW. John Sexton. Mrs. J. S. Willing-
pilau whid1is Creek and better control of
sapper to be served
. : starting at 6:00 and continuing until Skipper represents the girls. ., all of Sumner, Ga.; six daughters ham, Mrs. J. W. Cram Mrs. P. E.j waters from Flsheating Creek KU-

i'I' all are fed or the food is gone. Roger is president of the boys Mra. Pearlie Mae Stephens Mrs. Lundy nine J. C. Swindall. )Ir. and! simraee River and other canals
Student Council and MI. Skipper Annie Mae Hafstetler and Mrs. Mrs. Chas. Atwill, Clewiston and!
: 1 A bountiful meal Is assured so let emptying into Lake Okeeebebee. A
! f the family eat out tonight. The 1! is chairman of the St. Clair CoenTompkins Gladys Willis of Sumner Mrs. De-I Mrs. J. M. Fountain, Clewiston, and I resolution was finally passed upon
I cil vada Ricks, Ty Ty Ga., Mrs. Rachel
the five new members.
i" price fe 76 rents for adults and 40r. motion by Charles Lykes to ask the
... Mathls of Moore Haven, Fla, Mrs.
tots for children. I : U S. Engineers to make a complete
;. After Wins PrizeIn Lillian Hufstetler of Doerun. Ga.; P.-T. A. Meeting survey of the entire area and make
t satisfying the appetites I one brother Terrell Eady of Plant
recommendations for the beet method -
f there will be concession booths for Bass Contest City. Fla; five sisters, Mrs. Alice
Next Friday Night
I ,! of control.
': the entertainment of everyone at I Kennedy Fayetteville N. C., Mrs.
'l:: ,' mU cost. Pony rides are to be At BradentonBradenton Annie Gibson Tampa; Mrs. Mollle I | Montecdeoca then asked for a conj -
held In the park; there will be fishpond I McCall. Plant City; Mrs. Katie Mrs Thomas Cask ins, secretaryof j I tribution of five hundred dollars

i a baseball throwing gallery Lewis, Ty Ty, Mrs. Josephine Lem the Parent-Teachers Association. from tile county to help put across
I and a bingo booth will attract old fishermen have been ons. Moultrie; 31 grandchildren and announces this week that the next I i I the program of the Cattlemen's
i and young with many nice prizes congratulating Dewey Tompkins for six great grandchildren. regular meeting of the group will' Flood Control Committee and this
I If. after a time, you get hungry winning first place in the bass fishing be held next Friday night in the,I amount was guaranteed by J. E.

again the ag boys are serving hot contest conducted by the Brad [ school auditorium at eight o'clock.,I) Frierson, chairman of the board of

dogs hamburgers cold drinks etc., enton Western Auto Supply Store. TRAFFIC SHOWINGNEEDED \ I M E. Morrison has been named | county commissioners. Individual
} at their booth, The eight and a quarter pound bass i temporary chairman of the program contributions to the fund are understood

; At nine o'clock in the gymnasium was caught on a fly rod In the I committee to set up programs for I to nave been made by

: there will be a skit, put on by the Caloosabatchee Canal here In JulY.1 TO GAIN the year and a theme for these pro-i Lykes Bros., and other large cattle -

same cast and very similar to that The prize is a Shakespeare reel. I grams. An interesting evening is' owners and every county has

i causing so much hilarity recently Guests at the Tompkins fishing assured.A come ia with contributions ranging -

when put on at a meeting of the lodge during the past week were: 12-FOOr CHANNEL new rice-president also. be from $560 to$1,000
Woman's Club with Mrs' Gladys D. P. Blanton, Alt Ralph Jack elected' at that.lln: to5TrTrfBeeWR. The roll at, 'progrgnr 1rQ incorporated

Stalls.'as- teachers and dr.. JH.Dilley. Taji .jr, >>. L.*-'S\ nson. DofcaU. ,......... >c. Rileywho baa. moved to G Ollla.j I Into s coordinated" pro-
Mrs. Ward Roberts, Mrs. J. E. Ogden W. W. Chaslain'of j'CoL A. B. Jones, former chief of An attempt Is being made gram of the entire committee at a
\ M. ProbSt Mrs. J. A. Lee and Mils Bradenton; O. V. Champlain of San army' engineers In Florida Monday year to make the local association I meeting of the committee held ia
Audrey Coulter as pupils. Tom City; Mrs. D. M. Courtney. Spot told the Fort Myers chamber of a Blue Ribbon Association and several Okeechobee Monday at which time

Moye and Harry Grant will furnish Courtney.. Sr.. Horn DeWel&e. John commerce waterway committee that requirements must be met. representatives from the district
music for this entertainment A Sanchez E, Clam Grimes and W. O. a if=foot channel In the Caloosa- One of these Is to bring the bylawsup I engineer office In Jacksonville

small admission price will be charg Grimes, Palmetto; L. E. Morley. hatchee-Okeechobee cross-state ca- i to date, making any corrections headed by Harold R. Scott, Hood
ed. Anna Maria Beach.Employment naLpow maintained to only six or changes or amendments necessary I control engineer for the U. S. Engineers -

Finally the evening is scheduled feet:'" depended largely on a showing and then to submit them to the explained the proposed

to. end with a dance In the gymnasium in the safety glass of sufficient traffic to justifya state office for approval. To as- ,over-all program of water control

put on by the upper classes In division of Libbey-Owen-Ford Glass considerable construction expen slat with this a large membership) The meeting gave a vote of confidence -

high school. Company rose from 305 to 3,430 tic' is needed and a large attendance; to the U. S. Engineers and
at meetings. 1 went on record as favoring the overall -
Out out a pocketful of changeand and payrolls from $425,000 an- I
come to the school house tonight nually to $11800.000 in 17 :years i, traffic survey and present the case I !. program which is still somewhat -
for a real evening of fun and since the company's first coramer-!I to the army engineers for a fee estimated Come out to the Halloween Carnival tentative, and which will be
t frolic i cial glass of this type went to mar- at between $5.000 and $10.- ; tonight Lots of fun for all. I I'I Continued on Face I)

I 00*. On the assurance of Chairman I . . ___ . I II
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W. P. Franklin of the water-I I.

Charges Against USSC ,i way necessary committee funds that could he be ;raised,i ii i Newhall Supervisors Stop i

'Jones was requested to look into the II

II Answered By PresidentNo I matter proposal.In further. and present a formal -i! Cutting Of Highway 78 I

1: considering a suggestion: that, ______n__ __ ________

deepening the Caloosahatchee mightbe I I But New Levee BreaksIn
Foundation For lines and Is relatively unimportant made a part of the pending flood I Florida Congress Of I

However William T Bitting control plan for the Everglades region Parents and TeachersIs Two Places On
Bitting Statement Secretary of the corporation wa'i Jones said he did not know

I many years prior to May 22, 194,! whether that would be recommended In ReadinessST. Same Night
i Says TrallesIn at which time Malcolm W. Bigg]: In the army engineers' plan, expected -

present Incumbent, succeeded him., to be completed tn the Jacksonville Oa Monday of this week a eon
a letter to the Clewiston News I have never been Secretary but! office IB the next few days. PETERSBURG, Oct. 29FNS vict crew of the State Road Depart

this week Forrest R. Tralles, President prior to my election as President in If a deeper channel is favored as a < )-With last minute details went began cutting through State
of the United States Sugar Hay UU, I had been a Director' means of draining water from Lake Ironed out and everything ia readiness Road TS at the Shackleford place

Corporation answers some of the and Counsel of United States Sugar -I Okeechobee, Jones said this would I for the annual convention of and Just at the north aide of the

charges made by former USSC Corporation, and I am now a j assist materially in getting 12 feet the Florida Congress of Parents northwest levee of Newhall Drainage -

president Clarence R Bitting In al Director and its General Counsel.as .. for navigation purposes.An I and Teachers scheduled be held District with a view to provide ;
here week officials
next expressed
press release last week and printed ' well as President.The I eight-foot channel Is at present ing a spillway for water from Nicoi -
: the belief that this would be one
In part by the News. Since this most casual examination of s authorized and a recommends- of the beat attended meetings in I i demons Slough to run through the )
letter Is self-explanatory It is being our Annual Report for the year lion for the necessary expenditure: the history of the organization | old northwest levee canal and intoi t

printed verbatim as follows ended Jane 30. 1947. Including my' originally estimated at some $$220- Arrangements have bees made to the Caloosahatcbe Canal through 1
October 1, I 4T, message to stockholders. will demonstrate I 000 but now probably twice that I the opening at the fish bouse.I 4
broadcast three convention feature *
The Clewiston News the falsity of Items (2) much, Is expected to be made In the I When the opening was more than f
The Educational Symposium scheduled I
Clewiston. Florida. and (3). There was no "loss of I president's next budget message.Jones ( half completed, R. D. Lyons chairman i
'I for 1:15 p. m. Wednesday will
.\ttmtlon of the Editor $5 millions in potential earn 111 IS"'. agreed with Lewis COl.&nt. be heard over radio statlpa WSCN. I of the NewhalJ Drainage Dls- |
Geatiemen: and no potential loss of any other'' Lee County member of the Okee Honorable I triets group of supervisors, obtain
The address of the Judge
The Clewiston News of October sum except that attributable to the chobee Flood Control Board, and ed a temporary restraining order
H. L. Sebring will be broadcast over
24, 1947, reached my desk in St. eight million dollar starch facilities Carl Haaton. former member thata radio station WTSP at 10:" p. m. I against cutting the highway from
Louis this morning. Pride in the conceived, planned and built nine-foot channel would probably that evening the highway official la charge until -

reputation for accuracy of our by and under the Bitting management -, result through providing an "over- Mrs."a1ter Beckman of Miami an Investigation could be made.
borne-town Clewiston paper Impels For a full, clear and explicit' draft" In the engineering design will Lyons later met with this official
national membership chairman,
ra. to officially notice three misstatements statement of the responsibility for for the Improvement speak over radio station WFLA.I and convinced him that althoughthis
of fact In the article this project examination of the Annual ! An application for a 12-foot channel canal is on the north side of ti
Tampa at S:JO p. m. OB Tuesday
captioned "C. R. and Wm. T Bit Report is suggested. That was turned down when Jones the boundary levee that it still Is
These three broadcasts have been
ting resign as Directors of USSC. there has been "shrinkage In working was thief of engineers In Florida a part of Xewhall Drainage District
definitely provided for and It la expected I
(1) That I was Secretary of the capital during the past year of I and be explained that It was largely that the address of Dr. Miller so the opening has not been com
corporation for many years. two and a half millions" is entirely because no showing bad been madeof pleted. 0
will also be put OB the air officials -I
(:) You quote C. R. Bitting as untrue. Examination of the pab-j\ additional traffic sufficient: toJa.uty said. The same Bight after the road-cut

t charging that "Upwards of $5 milt lisbed Annual Reports for the years! reconstruction of the locks. The convention will on 1 ting was stopped two breaks appeared
earnings ended June 30. 394$, and June 30 Franklin forecast that this traf oven
t ... of losses In potential Tuesday, November 4 and continue tn the sew dike receaily built
# and a shrinkage in working capital 1947. both of which are certified fic night be forthcoming throughuse through Thursday November, C,. lust north of this point along the
a during the past year or two and a by competent Certified Public Ae- of the canal by the Humble Oil with headquarters at the Soreno east side of the' road and tying ia
t half million dollars" hue occurred couatants, will disclose that Bet; Company to transport oil from the Hotel.also to the big levee er Culvert t-A.
ender present management working capital, being the excess Suulland field ta. adjacent Collier I It 1s said that to effort will be

(J) That "Adverse weather conditions of working assets over current liabilities , County. Joaes agreed that this made to plug these gaps: ,for file water -
were cited by management was $1,175.077 oa Jane St, would be a substantial factor and offer additional traffic and coming .through then:Ii water

as the..,reason for earnings not being 1947. as agaiiat IMtt.Olt' oa be would fcadesvor: to learn Franklin said, he had recently obtained . flowing across'tie Highway and the

rap to par last year." : f Jane 39. 194i,-aad that excess. of f--14 :plans. Information that several i district win probably*be: able to

fie*first. 'raisstatemeat resulta'ap- all assets" ever all liabilities exCoatinned was also brotght out that new large shippers were interested.. is handle Ibis.mtcb.""water without
patently from a transposition of ( en Page 4) }sugar mills at-Wbore Have might use of the canal I I i flooding1.. *



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}; TatHONE

; .;J in Plagiarism Suit

} Town J.'f pW 0 damaging plagiarism

: l : l P'IN 4a in this country was
: R p pRT 4J'I Richard Walton Tully

a woman who claimed
{ WASHINGTON 1r lPhillipr The Bird of Paradise

i I from one she had

having any play to
i Shrouded In Secrecy The Radio and Reform court, she disappeared

: international control I Radio officials ("Drop when she returned re

, ; WITH' atomic bombs still I HI bore you fan of case produced a
> !come out in favor (" and was awarded
in the United Nations
f woman's 1930, the decision was
!hands off that
I r. our government, although mint ) of better moral the N. Y. state court
willing to come to taste in the airwaves. mhicb found no resem
terms as outlined by the Baruch report -.- the two plays. The

! is taking no chances either in I They, with some his name cost Tully
the manufacture or policy making have at last concluded and left him unable to
divisions of the atomic energy com I
rode ("So she says, the remaining IS
mission. 1 "tot that I haven't got and life. .
The building occupied by this i etc.") is needed ("And
commission in Washington at 19th tug salesman came
and Constitution avenue is probably I I morning and -etc.") to Reims Distress of

the- most heavily guarded publicbuilding I("Fnends, we will now

!expurgated lyric of this
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I ierfol numberthe
spots where it is needed.

Set -=rg4 A convention-of--the CtIItIS

sociation of
z Stops of this in your of Ticks
and she will trouble as no m each D dIi-I th
> In session at Atlantic fast to eon erg
e Where did yon pot the cold breath-dis, .IIt fastl

been stormily going over And tf
matter of crime features or ..
he crosses the threshold -tro-nol ,
2 a ...*many colas ').
brary McGnrk, let him !
Try tt. Follow ./
the back!") and some the package.
in the world and not even A'F y Ct is certain. ("We leave \
Fred bound band and
members of the commission can I
In the swamp under the
enter o- leave without running the
gamut of close inspection and "fool bridge, with Deadeye and
proof' identification. j rushing up with sawed off

The building formerly the I Don't miss tomorrow's
of Warder on the School T
home of the public health service 1
morrow afternoon at
and during the war was occupied by hoar!")
the chiefs of staffs and of
joint part t -
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the elaborate system of alarms was :
The NBC network ("As
installed then to make the building
steps around the edge of
tamper proof. shove her off"get me")
There are approximately 100 SHADES OF THE FHAROAIIS . Eddie Niederhanser, golfer is not Trammel its president.
specially trained war veterans, trying to drive the ban over the 5,000-year4ld great pyramid of Giieh Bang! He's got me,
who have been given intensified especially out of a sand trap. He's merely trying oat the new nine- gal!")-Oh, shucks, we /
training in security measures hole golf course near Giieh, Egypt, and probably wondering if the old this column and listen to

patrolling the building. pharoahs are spinning. in their graves like eggbeaters every time they too. Switch it off, please.
Windows are protected by electriceves hear a cry of "Fere
which set off alarms and sneer ALL DONE BY
fy then point -oT ti-; doors"are d .ace 'F Give me higher wages

electrically controlled and can be For this I press and
cpened and closed after regular I've got to have more twice -"
with the AC %
business hours only by two guards So I can bay moth t'x Oil filter AC has =.

with keys at two separate points; filter element with add.
the electric system cannot be cut off Raise me and no I II doth Collector
or sabotaged from the outside; roofs aeed a lot more 4 Tube

.. and walls are electrically sensitive To live on half'the pollu pre f 4 t
and nothing larger than a pigeon I had when pay was engine >4a
could settle on the roof without set It

ting off an alarm; floodlights spot : Slogans for Food tea-!

the building during night hours. 1. A second helping
xi Third World war. Y 1
5_ Ovtn Brtmtrr'i w.....di,.,., 2. Keep Stalin from
tomimttt, tettb 5_ Henley Frrfuio of/ t fAT YOUR weight around 1 u
Mkhi .. tbt tmtr't lots rrntwtJtntb
ra ml, A
"4 k e 3. Half an inch off your
grtft secrecy iil probe fate tbs
might mean 5,000 miles
H fC..l Hufbtt won tontrtett. Wit-
mttttt .. iptrtltJ mto tbs bunng room, munism's western march
vbtcb flio it kept If< : itnttor slid public h,.,.;.,. woU tttrtfiorrmbtr the world's salvation!
17. I cleanse tender parts,

Omf *cfj tout.i*lot .// red smarting skm
slot of wiresrose nd hastea ttturaeomlorttnedependabb of
True to Precedent yomg
J' t ,..,. :
Bull necked Congressman Jobs I - ""
Taber of New York returned from atoecountry iOL rAXlSOA? '
tour of The latest John Van
play is called "Druid
Europe saying he LAST-A TWO HEADED CALF . Marvin Koch and his daughters -
saw no evidence of Anna and Mary are shown with the two-headed calf which was I it is written around a
anyone suffering born eo his farm near Easton, Pa. It is eating wen and drinks about lege. Somebody asked /% / &
from lack of food. five of mOt different what the title meant and
quarts a day using both of its months at times. MI
KIII tent ui rins tr
Congressman Tabs ( quick as a cat, "Druid
The animal has only two ears and a single skull, but it is generously
er's blindness to with four head football coach and : RHEUMATISMNEURmS.LUMDAGO
equipped eyes two mouths and two noses.
facts has been apparent was one of his best

many times - .
during his service
in congress. One FOR THE FOOD
observer remarked"It How little t. skip '

is precisely this U It keeps Europe oa its
superficial attitude And what of Thursday's

that is likely to U some child need- no. JUEsSEO KfcLi ]

drive underfed peoples in war-torn r. .d'L saW Sts.eR
lands to despair. What may be even Princess Elizabeth will its ant a nettles e
word "obey" at her [ PWU n m sNUwrii
I more serious, it is likely to mislead ,
complacent Americans who over- spite the fact that as a !... HUltttmi t. ht
ll she is supposed to take
estimate Taber's "ability to see what i-4i nobody However.
is under his nose ..
SS ably feels this !is no time 7ASTElJ.mN,
-* it up before the United
Debate Fizzles
.i Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney oft Three hundred t

=t t Wyoming is probably the best debater pilers, users and
the U. S. senate. Rep.
,. in vened in Springfield Mass. .
Clarence Brown of Ohio is more or er day We .... ..,.....{......
hope no ......'" 1.......
campaign for Senator !9fI!
r less manager
a with that old one, "I am ....
.t Taft and ranks high in GOP for words."

k ; counsels. Consequently, announce - -
ment by the National Press club Wondrous to Relate
that these two men would discuss
the "issues of 1948" drew a large Ahead of me upon a bus
crowd. I found a lady fair; Backache

Ordinarily these "debates" at the ti- : Oh love they say, is

i national press club are "off the rec- It cometh unaware. Warn.T Disordered

ord" and the speakers "let their KUaey Action
hair down." When the two men arrived My heart took off .ya a le.sky ha herw sad s
., at the luncheon however they ; Its eat no kmgeVsteady /awe, tope.p.r sot
rs "
And """" w
yours wmddrtoo
found arrangements had been made "if Y7'" w b
the debate over a local me"- na.Tiqw spt..'-
Vo broadcast She bad her NICKEL .s. faii' 11&.0& ... *
_,' radio station. Result a slapping on -.-- ,.. itI w

t.-: the wrist by each and certainly no George. . F. wee assr bae sSa, ,'

debate over 1M. Issues.. "He was one of New .. s..U5-d asm a :.:=
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known .rs a O.i.
business ,
men and =
; Trams .. tired in It9%."Herald "' ...asv :
\ : At least President a)1 II.
-:-., para 1 pUms .. deal harshly ANTnHNG FOB A THRILL . Some people will d. a lot for pskft- He knew - ra:k.rMne.M ...
< Take this for instance. when to Quit. puss .1
wfce city. guy He bas -
probably wife
of the speoolators a and three
,= x, wttb any 7 tan b...r.tit i.r a
,: ":, attempt .. gamble om tbo gram sweet ehfldre* waiting for him at borne dunces are his alien don't Italian I .......-. .&, Are _
market bt aa effort to make bsgerotts bother him too mock. He bas a good Job. He bas la short everything march ...peasants staged' ,.."..-,- --
oat ., eke aiscry of .. rive for. bat still ho lees akiaalag around OB this Ticioas looking the Rome .
,Ecoye's foodless JNPIe.I I rock. (Ifi part of Rig Sbdo moataia faa the New York Adlrondacks.) Moscow emblem was I
aer and f
I Wont of M is, bo daesa't even get his name fat the vipers. bicycle. They o ,
coarse "Red Demon" b> I


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f 1 fI't, WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS J (OhQtQ. ;& S1aAh.tLI'

a! :r Use Force if Necessary: Byrnes; t.GE. I' Pacific"As I islander understand" "you it,"propose said the to

! : civilize me?

i i ii -- Lewis Loses in AFL Controversy; I j, "Exactly so."

"You to out of
. mean get me

i ftteM ky WND natvM German War Plants to Be Stripped SCR to habits to work of?"idleness and teach me

Belassad by WILT Feature
! Thrill la Sehood Aid Bill R.i.a... by WKTJ features "That's the idea."
a WHILE we are demanding and (ED1TOK NOTEt Wl.a epiateas art fighting for a restoration of Wester Nt*. aatt laiea's atwe aaalyeta a.. ae* asseaeertly *f Ui (.= .) HPHATS a nice deal that methods and invent things to

that local elf government guaranteed X Henry Morgan, radio sat- make my work lighter."

by the Constitution, a new and MEMOIRS: Green of AFL irist, made with Screen Plays. "Yes."

I more dangerous scheme Is afoot No PatienceJames Inc. They are producing "So "And next I shaU .become am-

that would steal our local self government This Is New York" for Enter- bitious and get rich so I shan't

from us for all time. F, Byrnes, who, when he arise Studios, and starring have to work at all?"
A bin introduced in the last session was secretary of state, was a veritable Henry-the deal is that he will "Naturally."

I of congress, but which did personification of "patience on receive $100,000 and a percentage of "WeU. what's the use of taking
not reach a vote, will be pushed at a monument" In his dealings with ihe profits for his screen debut. such a roundabout way. I don't
the next session, opening in Jan Russia, stepped down from his pedestal Well after seeing him on the stag have to work now."
uary. It will be backed by powerful and announced that it was timeto y last summer in "The Man Who

subversive influences, and could be start slugging.In Came to Dinner and hearing him

pushed through merely by a lack of his published memoirs, n the air, I think he's worth it,
vocal opposition.The "Speaking Frankly" Byrnespro especially if they give him his head. CLASSIFIED

real purpose of that bill Is posed that the U. S. reply to Rus- Virginia Grey plays his wife in this

veiled by a mask that calls it: sia's "obstructionism" on atomic iramatization of Ring Lardner's DEPARTMENT
"Federal Aid for Education." energy and German peace treaty "The Big Town"; she was excellent

School teachers and the public agreements with "better and more" 31 the stage production of "Dream BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR.
atomic bombs and a decision to 3irL"Jane
generally are inclined to think of AGENTS. Sig money cOlnc FU.orinjr.household .
"federal aid" drive the Red army out of Germany, --*- nerds. mrdicbms. etc. Fastest
as something for selling and largest vroat Unain South.
nothing. They think of the passage by force if necessary. Wyman portrays the news- 8ta.a.ery tUf. C... CsattaasejS. Y....
of the tough with paper editor of a small town in
of such a bill as a means of NOTICE: Independent Business ., pear
i providing higher salaries for Russia" policy now have a sturdy William Green, president of the Robert Riskin's "Magic Town." Big- ..... ktanuf* in the American Federation of Labor, is town newspaper women have used by>> well kaovm firms. Write WUHuuEnterprises.
teachers without an increase in champion I IM.-. TMM.M r.sa.I .
school taxes. They fail to consider former secretaryof shown addressing the recent AFL -

that every thin dime spent state, who resigned convention in San Francisco with LIVESTOCK
that posts great gusto. He favored the signing I
by of
any one our governmental HELP IACKEASE: MILK rmOBCCTIOIef
divisions, whether it be a school only last January by onion officers of nonCommunist I stumpy with BuJiers Dr. LG by itimuappetites ws Cee $uggbb.trip.U.

district, town, city, county, : because of ill also affidavits. John L. Lewis to give 0Ir.r.abfula0.red. A.caw tools .-._.....
s health. spoke.
state or federal unit comes out
of our pockets. We-you and I i4 Byrnes presented l FATTEW coos TASTES 10y stimulating
a 10-step REPARATIONS: their appetites with Dr. LeCear'a Hoc Pre-
and the other fellow directly

-pay scriptxia. Also aa ideal tonic for Dread
or indirectly. There is no ,, "course cf action Germany Pays sows and pi&s. Has helped Increase profits
for restoring for Bullion rf hoc raisers. sauce guar.MISCELLANEOUS .
such thing as "something for
nothing" in any government. peace, basis of European aid took a different turn - ---
BYRNES which must be with announced. plan by British
Who in the end, must pay for the conclusion of and American military govern-

that "federal aid for education" is a satisfactory German peace ments to dismantle 682 German in-

of but small moment as compared !I 1 treaty. At the same time, he con dustrial and war plants in their two ) ( FEET ITCH?. ;

with the dangers to our Americanway ceded that the plan of action con zones for reparations. .

of life that lurks back of its ceivably could lead to World War Purpose of the move, slated to be "w BURN

seemingly fair provisions. In opera HI if Russia refused to cooperate.First carried out as swiftly as possible, ?.

tion such a law would place the of all, said Byrnes the is to expedite European economic -

training of our children in the handsof U. S. should ask the Big Five to recovery. Most of the factories are -'- r.. Quick BdWt ./ the keg seE I

a bureaucracy, with headquarters call a full-dress conference of all metal, chemical and electrical engineering I JANE WYMAN HrmJnf ., Attfetct r* +-G&l
at Washington. With such a and ---' =- e+.gatt: 1
". ..::. shipbuilding power - ..:
bureaucracy controlling the purse- plants. '-arpOfcT: i /docked to see this RKO picture. But "ATHELOx

string, any school district any What Do They Tint The announcement points up the iit's the small-town newspaper editors

county, any state that did not com- A pr.btssii. ./ tit (0ttMilj tx- problem, still not fully solved of who will know if "Magic Town"is _.. Sod SLS* to ... *.. C* "

ply with the bureaucratic edicts #-Ji.X frt* _/ C mm mm M tttOU whether completely to destroy Get good. __, _-1/- ae.-a Ds ,
could be WorU AmtntMt v;..* M A lkiaaabag h
deprived of "federal aid. u sy many's: war potential by cancelling
COULD CONTROL YOUTH know put what it if tit Riasiimt *r, out her industrial strength, or to rebuild Jack Carson's home in San Fer
ftr. ]*mt Bynti fUHi fUtlj, "I fo
the German for nanda Valley is
Such a bureaucracy could pre- net Jotl tint thaw mltitiutt glut it to -industry nearing completion

scribe the curriculum of all schools; ...,;fUl", t* tiN vy or *n other, M peaceful production.Obviously with a swimming pool, bath house Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
direct what textbooks could be tll fJlro l.. realizing the possible and steam room completed. But
used; put into those textbooks what- adverse effects. which the disman- any, a steam room? Carson's schedule -_. --
ever false, un-American doctrine it woe ox me plants might have upon cans for frequent spnnts be-
nations on Germany "early in 1943"If the German tween "April Showers"*
might favor could dictate the people the U.S. and at Warner
methods of teaching.; It could perfect Russia refuses to participate or Britain issued a joint statement em- Bros. and the "Village Store" at To Help AvoidCOLDS
if she boycotts the conference, the phasizing that they would consider NBC-it seems unlikely that he's
a youth movement as
f f dangerous to our system of government other'nations should proceed without suggestions from the Germans for going to need any help in keeping

and our freedom as was the her. substitution of equivalent individual bis weight down I and InrlLtliRtCEad
Hitler Then comes the stinger which plants. ---
youth movement of Germanyto
freedom in }hat country. It could Byrnes advocates. If Russia refusesto Meanwhile, German public officials Very few British Juvenile players COUGHSdue
inculcate communistic Ideology in sign the treaty and likewise re- and trade union leaders have have been elevated to stardom-

the minds of every child. Within one fuses to withdraw Red troops from denounced the reparations policy as Freddie Bartholomew, Roddy Me- to colds
western Germany, other nations a blow to German economic revival DowalL Elizabeth Taylor not
or two generations it could create a ;
totalitarian system for America. should ask the U. N. security council and a source of unemployment many. Bat if you've seen "GreatExpeetatioas"
to order her out And if Russia EMERGENCY I you most have noticed :

Those backing such a pro- vetoes the security council order : Anthony Wager, who played
posal are headed by the CIO then the U. S. must drive her out of On Account !"Pip," the boy Edward Small I
The AFL Federation of Teachers Germany by force. !tested him for the role of the boy in scorn E.WSIQKB

organization nataraDy is However, Byrnes is firm in his Realistic admit that U. S.everything government they officials "Cagliostro," cabled his London office .lt.-btesw,.. sates ......

for It, and through the teachersthe belief that the U. S. probably will do might turn out to be inadequateto can to sign the boy; BOW ..'. headed -! ..., cet eme*t..h -
national Parent-Teachers warfare. He for Rome : AAD Vttaaite foud-TMl bs mWd
or- not have to resort to where the picture is
pull this dreaded lb.
Europe through war
ganisation has been enticed to thinks Russia will withdraw her winter, but that dark outlook has being produced Orson Welles plays I t" kelps bald ;.. ..sad trips
enter the list of proponents. lathe troops from western Germany upon not stopped President Truman from the mm whom Wager plays as a ..... .tt 11.1.1.eeMs.M., ssU4 5.t*.ta., hi.s.*BICIIfl eel
list of Individuals are a completion of a peace treaty. trying. boy. ENEftCT FOOD TOfcIC d
number of those noted for their --.- ,orb ta MUm!AID VttaanIL .
His latest move in the desperate ... ftft'.a
pink tinge or known as fellow BELABOR: gamble was to make another 50 Maybe you agree with thousandsof Good tas"." la"e
travelers, as well as membersof fans who have written Smiley di...t. EeaJeai aq
million dollars available to
hungry .
tally at year drog.....
the Communist Downed
party. Letris Communist-infested France to give Burnette, protesting that the hat he
the nation new temporary leaseon wears in pictures is not in keeping MOtE fta Jut teakit's -
Such legislation, behind whatever "On this issue I don't think
with western fashion. he pointful uauriAm *!
I *
survival. say
mask it may be offered provides along the federation has a head. I
I This time the payment was not a I the old black chapeau not only fits
and dangerous step on the think its neck has Just grownup
road to Communist totalitarianism. and haired over." loan, however. Mr. Truman advanced in with his comic characterizations
Through it our children can be the money as an early pay- but also it's a good luck omen given DIiIII

trained to follow that road, with its Thus spake John L. Lewis he of ment to France of funds still owing him by his grandmother when he

one-party system. Its advocacy is the king-sized eyebrows, at the for the procurement of supplies in started acting.:......- I I 1- -_ ____
but a fifth column movement di- American Federation of Labor con France by the U. S. army duringthe
rected from Moscow. It can have no vention in San Francisco. The issueto war. France claims that a totalof Shirley Temple defied superstitionby "HI 10. ECZEMA
80 million dollars due it removing her wedding ring before
is in -
place in our local self government which he so lustily referred was ITCHY
It is as un-American as the Russian that of whether the AFL should vote such repayments. The 50 million each scene of "That HaleDGirf' SeAUHOf

politboro and the Russian one-party to wipe out its 13 vice presidents, was written off as a payment on to at Warners'. "Nothing's" going : GRAT$ OCCn&SNT with
Lewis is accountAt happen to my marriage, she declared its whotaomo ..
political system.To of which one. I matl ptica and *
the same time, it was disclosed and explained that two hours'after tuft aiding nMdicatioa.Nothlur elM
prevent its passage by default And despite Lewis' name-calling her like It-nothing
that when congressional commit- wedding she took the ring i 10 comfortingortroublut
cans for a vigorous protest to members and hammy. mane-tossing histrionics tees November 10 from her finger "just to that', Ol' zecanard skis
open hearings on prove
of by that vast ma- the AFL did Ste. Get a p ekat today.
congress I had .
the administration win have ready no sympathy with superstitious I -
jority, the real liberty-loving Amer abolish its
vote to [ -
for them the entire long-range Marshall nonsese-
icans. in a
. vice presidents plan for aid to Europe as wen I
move to make the as urgent pleas for immediate stop I Frank Papp, NBC prodaeer-dlree- 90 Wit

Plain Talk vs. Oratory entire federation gap assistance. tot, has returned from a three AT FIRST SXIFFIS Oft> SwBlf tie .

They tell us Herbert Hoover i* eligible to use role-the j However it was in the wind that I months' tour of Europe for World lab Peaen .. ;
orator but he national labor to debate Church service. He made wire and tbiDSt aad *tn4*
-cot an can put more under congress was preparing each otrsL Amso
Information and more appeal into tions board j- violently and at great length on the i tape recordings .C interviews for a eftcPENETRD-
his matter-of-fact statements than the Tai Hartley European relief program and few i' radio series to h produced by the ts ieite.e

can any mere orator. From him we law.The which members were ready to commit Joint Religious Radio committee' taoatef of a o

received a deal
the food situation of the world; leaves only U-program series composed of Us I|I
Green. :,-sident.and JOHN L. REFUGEES: Interviews, wffl be
what is needed in this country if a distributed by

disastrous European and Asiatic secretary George-litany treasurer LEWIS From Soviet the Joint Religions Radio com II WNU-14 44-47

famine is to be avoided; an appealfor mittee. I
officers, was
as top federation Streams of refugees are reportedto --...-
voluntary action on the part of taken in order to permit the AFL be coming through Russia's iron ,
the American individual that can Hop has a nickname for GIRLS! WOMEN!
officers to sign curtain to the southeastern coast of each of the J
the needed results. That gang supporting him
accomplish for AFL federal unions which Sweden. his Tuesday on try this H Wr t
from Hoover with night broadcasts. Vera
appeal coming national of&cers of their Reason for their Sight, they
eo say,
Vague is "Our Gay GaL" And
first-hand will do if
his knowledge. own. No union may have access to is that the Baltic lands when they you bear Bob break NERVOUS
more to induce the necessary saving up in the middle -
the facilities of the national labor made their borne, now under coo of
of food than could be accom- boar under the Taft-Hart- trol of the Soviet Union a script, it'a usually "Our j
relations are being Gay Gar who made him do it a' Ta. w' at i. ..
plished by regimentation and the jey Jaw unless their officers sign combed by the Russians for mea I -' O.tana *
-- -- taCttaBat SMBtfelf Cstarsawa
of bureaucrats.
edicts of an army the affidavits.' and women to be deported to Take this for what -. Buka pe.feat asmua armchsm. ...! _.
Hoover is a sentimentalist but his it's worth- s. went .
Siberia. .. and tend **sees tttacat
sentimentalism is of that practical Lewis previously had adamantly prediction that two major show Than ..try Ides St. RBkeaa1* Vs..- -
kind that refused to sign the non-Communist A secret transportation rout out changes are expected before .... CDIapoaII.............,... t
and applicable accomplishes that be of the Soviet zone manages to spirit next f.sn
the grounds option time = ::= -
affidavit on :
; OB '
out. a
results. Knowing that the P>n>Wa7 babe -
his lead tax of would be making a concession to the refugees to Sweden. Cost for ably wd bow out.; fea bond w eft.m.. ... '
people follow a way ::.:=
TaftHartlquda reviled such a journey 1900 German Pf'Ob-I ti.aa .b.aaabs < -
to corms
the a
foes world : eo auui.
starring -
providing marks. J pr'OraJDm chvt artwork 1iWI1.-- --_



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ment made in that state.
\ COUNTY evidently eonviced himself that he Mat I Gen Mark W. Lance.
GLADES 1 j { Brig. adjutant
H Q Q 0 Q Q Q W Q Q Q Q Q G Q Q Q has chance to be -
a good
general of Florida explain

( I DEMOCRAT I Too Late To Classify I what otherwise he did.he wouldn't have said I ed the coordination of units air,th*

levelheaded 1 division in the two states :.
; P.bli.led Every FrUar By I The Senator is a pretty The next conference will be'1.eld

THE GLADES ,PRINTING CO IK. Br RUSSELL KAY man and has had sufficient
+ I at Fort Jacksonville ia Janaarjr. ,
:'- MOORE UAVE. FLORIDA I political experience to know his way
134'x.tit-J1. .h'4 Q PCtih .tib4+{w.d I II about In a three cornered battle October 27, 19 n. a -

r.. CARR SETTLE. FvbUshrrk I I I with Tom Watson and Fuller War Mr. Carr Settle, Editor Tangerine Queen ** s =

'. ,: !. .crl.tlB Ratect The announcement last week by 1 ren he'd have to have a lot of, Glades County Democrat :,
flu: M..tk> To Be Held
la.si Contest
W. A. "Bill Shands of In Moore Haven, Florida.
e O.. Tear -__-__ sue Senator Ii friends in. a lot of places to get
1 I Gainesville that he expects to enter -i the second primary. {I Dear Carr: November 16 '
t > i the Governor's race may have' The gentleman from Gainesville: Re: Your editorial on the new
': Entered a second-das matter. May I been news to tome folks but to'! would have to depend upon organization -! levee northwest of town ,,7
I. 1127 at the Pontofflce at atoorc
Raven Florida, under the Act olCentres : those who keep an attentive ear to rather than oratory. He, The Newhall Drainage District, In WINTER HAVEN Oet 21- -i

; of March 2. 11)7 the political ground it was Just a is not a forceful campaigner and in I I which property owners of the district (f NS, .-.John Robert Powers, head; .,i;,

1 1t ,. . confirmation a rough and tumble battle with,I have a substantial investment, of the Pewee Model Ageaef fa -' :
-- -
1i j Bill has been checking and double such vociferous giants as Tom and wa created in part to protect New York aad recogmisad as a :'5- -:

i checking for some time and has Fuller he couldn't count on curtain -i I i| Moore Haven and adjacent acreage leading authority o* r....Igiii '_ 3'"
t MANDE'lINGSi calls, but he is a very able' from flooding from the northwest. fee *tr. will be a Judge of the H4* ; .

tabtishing their homes there an business man and an able organizer -I I When water w hick normally drains Florida Tangerine Queen GsMfeSt .. .-_. : k .
By Carr Settle I I be he could weld a into the lake flowed over the Lake-I .... ,
i I deserve a far better break than and it might being sponsored by the Win Have -f ., '_
t they're getting at this time following of key men throughout, port road and down through the,"I Jailer Chamber of Coaimsfce ..
I : who could do a selling job Newhall Drainage District to the" '
the state
i November 16,
hurricane at .
The chief topic of conversation Siftce the September e : on Sndy. CKpmaGard :<.
I' virtually marooned these families I jfer him. : Caloosahatchee our district outlets *s, it was awowaevi *arr -('
hereabouts for the past severalweeks inlets the entire east.1 "
and '
vulnerable on a number of became Toot Walker
i the Bed Cross has had to furnish I is this week by JajVMpresident
; has been drainage, flood con| it: of tile district was badly
ern part
and can depend upon .
groceries to many of them for points you ,.
: trol, et al. as the attorneys sad I around
say had
flooded We high water
I all are stymied in their means of his opfoae&ts are thoroughly familiar In a telephone convert tin*! ..rtr
J despite the nice weather of the I around,
'I' Fancis the colored quarters and
i earaing a livelihood and I understand with them Like this week from New York. Pvwn -
; past few days there is no l that last week this Red Cross, Whitefealr, he will be termed accepted a special iavttatioB wfckfc ..
: this cenverMtioaal topic 'somewhere.1
i aid was discontinued. Commercial,f rich man's and corporation's candidate had been exteade to bias ky th* :.;;;;
I Nice weather is mentioned with' : assistant of the U. S.Engineers .;
With tIM
: They will remind folks that
I fishing equipment lies idle while I Wiater Haven Jayeees. He.-m ::
reservations for, while we've escaped -I' the Supreme Court debates whether it was Bill Stands! who introduced I II I we erected a half miler fly to Florida oa Satwdar. X *Mtber - if ;

rain pretty ,.eil for the past or not they shall let these people I a sales tax bill in the last legislature of levee which did not cut off any 15, a-cceoipaaied fear Mfea PeRTF
week in Moore Haven, there was a one's normal channel of drainageor
I resume their only remaining means i I Shannon t -mgha Powers model -j.;-
hard rain northward from here over I of making a living or shall instead I At the moment Watson and turn our water on anyone else. and fashion feat.r* waiter for <1-;

the week-t od which temporarily I protect the lives of the catfish and Ii I Warren are not viewing the The levee restored the Newhall canal New York newspapers who vtHalso .;, ,:..!
swelled Fisheating Creek on Sundayand Okeechobee because lion with very much alarm on the vast side of the old north Wkk '; '
bream in Lake SitU-\\ serve as a jade, Mat- ':-.
I hear that Belle Glade had a a few wealthy sport fishermen in I knew that others would be west levee as a district outlet and

real downpour yesterday afternoon I another part) of the state feel that a race and they figure it we were given Immediate and great I ed.Both Powers and Vis 8haa*.a ,,.?,," ,
Temperatures remain quite high difference who it is relief. ,--
I few bass are being netted also. make much were Judges at last yoar'c Ttaftrt** : :-;
and so long as they do the dangerof have been expecting to hear contention that the levee I
They Any
| At the drainage meeting Friday Queen contest which attracted tie :r.
continued rain is with us. Ordinarily from McCarty of Ft. Pierce, Rose in the
raised water anywhere
night all were agreed that a new any largest number of girls eves to : ::,
we get a little cool weatheron levee should be asked between the of Orlando and wouldn't be IUr-\ district U completely contrary to compete in a beauty teatset ia .: .,

or before Halloween.All ;' present level this side of FisheatingCreek : prised if Colin English d \ fact as anyone who will take the Florida, .;

of this simply means that the I I to connect with the other I enter the race at the last minute. I trouble to investigate can" quickly I. The rocky girl who ia selected aa aka
record level of Lake Okeechobee It argument aad oratory can do wIn -,
butt see the be
levee beyond Kteeimmee River -- 1947 Ta&gria Qee vffl n. :
promisee continue upward or remain ' the trick, then Fuller Warren or h
Engineers have held hearings connection with the recent attempt nationally m newirtija.

pretty constant for some:I on this project twice in past years Tom Watson will be your next Governor to cut the Lakeport road and i newspapers and sMQstam, t.....>. .-r:
Weeks to come sad it is to be; for those boys are both head-
\ I aad have been unable to establish tarn the drainage of the thousands ''a pictorial campaign deaicsnsJ whelp _.
doubted that the level can be redwed liners They will draw enthusiastic -
economic Justification for the of acres in the Nteodemus Slough promote Florida watasMtaagertee :
with the present, outlets before -II crowds throughout the campaign
ect And there are those in proj-I area into the Newhall Drainage crop. She will reoatve a ',-;
aaether rainy oeaeaq arrives in,: area who feel that a levee D dog and those who turn out to hear: District we had occasion to send I six mouths modeling contract with :- .
the spring Most of the county,!' then woat be disapfttfotedFuller i
i More harm teas good sale s Some the following telegram: Pow...; a $lee Savtaga Boat; a .,'if
with levee protection, some gravity! who is of
more a
Newt ..
i protection ir provided to keep the NEWHALL SUPERVISORS FEEL new iaUen swim suit and .*. : .;
drainage |8to the Caloosahatchee: Dealer than Roosevelt, will destga' _
: prairie water from piling up back' PRESENT FLOW OVER LAKE-I er sad a complete drew wit tar ,<:
ad a i t-ap in rainfall should be I a campaign to please everybody He!I < '-.
of the ridge PORT ROAD ALL WE CAN TAKE!: settble destined by Laura O/fta ;
in good condition soon but will be of the most proattstag I
very I one I
I It's a tremendously Wg problem CARE OF SAFELY IT WAS RECENTLY ion of >>.....
thoughts naturally turn to the Lake-, candidates this state has ever seen
port-Bare Beach area where the, bat one that must b. worked out He will stud for whatever he PROVED CONCLUSIVELY The eoatcat ta open to all steel '
soon, in some naaaer i GREATER VOLUME RUINOUS TO Florida girls WweeR Uw am X "
lake is high over the existing roads thinks the most voters will fall for

and lapping at the front door steps\ Tonight is Halloween and theParentTeacher aDd doa't kid yourself, hell get a PROPERTY AND DANGEROUS TO 15 and 24 who pansss charm per

of meet of the homes on the ridge. Association to put- whole heiiuva lot of Tote 1 HEALTH OF MANY PEOPLE LN SODality, poise sad bcwsty Contestants _

Their only relief is from a lower DISTRICT. i should bo photoccaic asp
ting on the Carnival on the school Tom Watson will probably con-
lake and that lower lake will be a grounds. This carnival will pro- duct a slam bang two fitted cam! The telegram sums up to the best mast. U sponsored by a ctvfc, fraternal

long time coming. Tide an outlet for any pent-up paign with a chip on both should of my ability the attitude of the,I or ree.galsdganizaUfto. b.iiassg or-

i This Is the first time that conditions -I fl mischief in the younger children ers. He knows that the present Supervisors in the Meodemus Slough .

i have been so bad in that but, unfortunately, the older ones cabinet and administration Will versus Tsewhall Drainage Distrkt

area for the Jake level is the highest -l I don't tire so quickly. This year throw every stone ia his path that II controversy. GET GOOD HECKPTIO.NWACCHULA ro
T- 'r
since the area began to be set their sense of fair play must be ap- they can rake up, that labor lead- Very truly yours,

tied Too, they are hurt by the pealed to. Residents of the com- ers will fight him to a finish and' R. D. Lyons, Chairman Oet J.-I'N8)- :

very protection which is given thereat munity have taken some pretty that the Everglades Park issue will i Board of Supervisors Completing a tour that took hIm -

of us for the levees around the heavy blows from nature this year prove a mighty hurdle when he begins Newbail Drainage District. into all sections of the Mat., Grady
the winds in southeast L. Burton, state attorney and can- t
lake preveut quick run-oft in the shape of hurricane campaigning Flor
which prevailed in the flood years and rains and any addition to their ida. : didate for the office of Attorney y
present management finds no occasion General subject to the DeAOCratlft
before the levee was constructed. woes tonight through destructionof But Tom doesn'fTear opposition.
to apologize for the comparative primaries next May, apnytd him-
Residents of that area were sold property or messing up of premises He thrives on it. He'll take the .
land there for settlement by the cannot be considered funny in Everglades Park charge by the nape results shown.As self as well pleaaed with his reception .. ;.

State, have spent many years in es-I any sense of the word. of the neck and shake it limp, and your article indicates at the and stated that the encouragement -
time you went to press I was not he has received since r
I Ii
when he gets through hell chalkup I
available for comment, I avail myself hit formal announcement i* most
a lot of votes he didn't have
of this, first opportunity gratifying.
be-I my
fore. The harder labor fights
to acquaint with the facts
i Get the Habit of Shopping at the better hell run. He proved that Sincerely yon yours, National Junior Vegetable Gravers g
before and my guess is he can do It '
; FOREST P. TRALLES. will receive award e< ".ttO

JI J again. President I from the A 4 P Food Stem in the

J But a lot of voters tell you that I United States Sugar form of price for best agrtteHaral r'
r they dont want either Watson or
T1ie '" In Corporation practices. A number of FferMa
Warren. They are looking for a
boys and girls are entered.
dark horse and some of them tell
"Family I1II! ? FortMvers Summer Training
you that the next Governor haan'teven The annual convention of the

been mentioned yet. Program Announced Florida State Chamber if Coiareree
\ D pt. Over In DeLand. a young University will be held at St. Petcratarf. Dee.

student, Dick Cooper, has bold-
1 and 2, it was annewaced by liarold
Store" Fla. ly announced himself as a gubernatorial TAMPA. Oct 2J-(FNS)-Plans Colee Executive Vice PreaMeAVWANTED

candidate. Well, that one for the first postwar summer training -

way to get your name In the paper I program at Camp Jackson, 3. --

and most folks tigure that is about! Car.. next July by National Oaard

all Cooper can expect. The btU'I' units in Florida aad Sooth Carolina -

Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More' are Itt to 1 that he won't qvalify. were completed here last weekat AI

for it takes five hundred smackers! a conference of staff officers of

BUY FROM Oil C.\T.U.OC--our IOO.OOO Items to draw cards and few yoaeg college the list Division Cotton rags, no buttons. ,

students- have that kind of Maj. 0... Sooner L LowrycowoMBdiag lOc

-I I Ii dough to gamble with, er would It general of the diVi&iof1.1 per pound. Bring

t : .. -. be proper to can It a gamble outlined progress in the recruitment them to theDemocrat A
: u of the division and flrig Gen .

- J i( Alrwwn..e, I J. C. Do er. commanding the units)

r ChargesContinued- 1 in South Carolina told of Janei i Office

Rom where I sit Joe MarshSam's .
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( from Page IttlsxHag -" . -, - - j{
--- capital and surplus was116,638,2TO .'.

$ on Jane 30. 1S47, asl
against $611.664 on June 30.

a 11 Uot only was there to I '

shrinkage of working capital in the ,

1 ; Matrimony Expert last year, bat there was a substantial -I FLAMINfiO"

I increase both In working capital -

I Sam Abernathy never intended to and his mellow glass of beer and and In the excess of all assets;I
liabilities I
be a matrimony expert, but he hit pipe at the end of a long Hay. over |
The statement that adverse i I
the nail on the head the other day From where I sit that '
prescription -
weather conditions were cited by the
when he said: would apply to most human management as the reason for i .r

What marriage really reeds Is relationships. Criticism rarely earnings not being up to par last, DAIRY FEED -

more open minds and a lot fewer rouses anything but resentment. year" is equally false, as examination -,J I
open mouths." But an open mind-whether it's of the two Annual Reports
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applied to a woman's choice ofmisses' above referred to. will immediately'1
Sam may sot think much of his Roughage and Concentrated
choice of hats or her habit bats,or a husband's preference for disclose. Net income of United: Feeds

a pipe and a moderate glass of beer States Sugar Corporation after all..
of serving. watercress aad cream deductions for the fis-' Manufactured in Florida
or two-leads to,the conclusion charges and for Florida Users
cheese salad. Bat he keeps his that there's fighoa both sides cal year ended Jane 30. 1947 before -! L':

iff month shut (I mean, lie Jut axe it income taxes, was U.in.UC't FOR 8L' IX THIS! AREA AT DEHTDRUlva PLAVT W I '? '

i t. eat the salad). Aa4 the misses as against net Income for the fiscal -! MOORE HAVES

; t. never critlclxes Sam's affectraa for 8ce. tllA year ended. Jose J$, 11414 .

-.. that wor.oat chair before the ire, $411.112. Ofl WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
.. While every e In this area MOORE
1 i' ('Oll1l1&nf" the tertvus and
."1. " -- Coitigtt,19i7,Vmul Slalij Brtu.tr Fawdossi longed freeze of last )** ary.
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C DC a aGG a Q un C a uuc ; a >>I I Blonnt. Wilma Strickland and School has a class for every age.

t SCHOOL DAZE I I Shirley Bussefi are making postersfor Ton are Invited to worship with us
4PER8ONAL i the National Book Week con .in the regular church worship hoar.

II and SOCIETY *ron.or h..u_.... ,. Mr. Mode.! test.We are proud to bare the majority FOR $ %LE--On Central Arene lit -

Editor "___u_._T JunnirA 1k--:,, of our class in the band. Clewiston 3 lot*-9 apartments,..
wiate Editor Donald FNorlrty Here's hoping: everyone has agrand n.....". Half down rest en
.:::::: . _ .-.. .._._.-:::. iMrl (.nffrth time at the carnival Friday terms. Clear deed and abstract.
r..ryyyoo"Y'lOA. aa 0 DC DC 0 U 00 Q a n c u 4'fi! C A 0Mr. (:irTs ports Jo>ce t1kli.j night. Be sure and come around I Albert Leitner. Rt. 1. Box 158B.Ckytiston. .
C. Don d was a bashers risiter .-" and Mra. R. T. A..n spent Bcy' 'pests u... Ikea .:ala<*iniHK to the eighth grade booth. being na.XOTICEWMG.
in Arcadia Tu<*day. {. Wednesday in Naples risking Mr. j run by ](rl. Lee and Mrs. "ams.
Mrs. >T (n\HE far corn and candied apples.
G. )i. Phi ilpa. your pop
Mrs T. F. Sheridan and Cheryl I jand By Sammy Young I in need of Avon
w_ ia Lakeland for toe week-end.I j Arthur Brown--left We visited the library this -Mk. Joan Btount had a birthday party Products see Mn. Thai Cook.regreseatarire .
last week for We am Miss Bouldin. the ttkrarta back: of M tkodietChuren.
iCaWomta with last Friday night at the brae
a po miHi that
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Same,, Waysaaa of Miami spotlit: be may eMakBsH l'eeWeeee tkerej hot parents Mr. aid Mrs. T. L. WilWas. -
fee w-eM at kb ka htte.hire. We looked at the igiitM. a4 Heard everyone had a good
i I we saw a I bird kook that we liked 1 u... FOR \LB-9saatt boys Wcrea.
-.. Joe v-De VoW* ando j Mr. a4 Mrs. C- E. J.*ki sad I II very .... I $12.i. Dewey Taraoktna.. Pk M
n nter. Jaate bate kewn n.idac I sea Ckartos. spent tk* w_kmttk --. W. saw a typewriter and Kttsaketk GIIIUV MX>R1SBy %141. .
Ktetlrea is Mtaeat tkfa wo.kMa II Mrs Jenkins.his krota r. id J oU.s cad Joawa stow*.* M how te use k./ < .J+Fee Click) I

We Hatsoaoj to the rinsed """/. Attor a -.. rat (fna* the JIlt FOR SALE room. h as* acs*
k Gr-.. and. P. E. LH4y I Mr. I II We enjoyed oar visit very aMcsvB 1 weather) tN trio have ftawKy land, at Ihed -P. B. Coca_
I *B4 Mrs. Mack .:
Greene MrMrs f o.aUued .. Pate S)
AVs4Mct a3
were ia Tampa Wea ciday .. kenMr -. aM Ha: isM oath.
..... R. E. WoM, aid bob! 1711'1T ( HUt; Leftaer.My. '
I I 1 deed ckMur Albert
.. I dsagbt.r and Mra. J. 0. Greene ( Billy Il'araMe) ,T. )LHTII'I'OI'L C. and Vfiel
/ TiRted in Fort Myen Sunday Helen ta back to Vfcool ..... I OUKCII
and Mrw Vftf II. Hales, .
llama *
wa* absent ysostrtnj ktcaaoe Rev..1. Ro..E RUSHES2year.ki
J. Lively RKtoreyeI'J
.M daa>1bters wes+ t& Wont PntaiSatnrtey. !
S'aue, Hea4ry was taken U Tampa she w*a sick grown everHooaatng Mants: over
)I mseb I Host Wednesday for am op.- Ktata* Porter and ear twit a fifty cfeefoe varieties; write tor fre*
i Services Sunday, $to a. m.Holy
t atie ky Us parents. Mr. and Mrs nap every day last week Communion firat third catalog with roses In color. Ty-Tex:
lass Betty Dow Monda? t*;t Abe Headry.Mr We have aom day to worm wltk.Gary ___ sad Rose Narsertea P. O. Box :S3JTyler. -
sa4 a few days ta 1'1I1I".uiiM Sundays each tL '
M aane a good circus a ephast Texas. \ .
and son Billy of Befle Glade
hike Irene Seott I>er. W. S. Bozcman. P*'tor rXRLK-Pure Bred DUEOC Pip.i .
vu QMS* from the g-6t* of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. SFA'O\i) GRID:
:eetsoa UniTwstty in DeLand f,, Settle Sunday afternoon.Mr. (By Jiamy Yam weeks old boars and from
Charch School M best blood hues ia state-worm**
die we ka dGajrle Buy T* k. had her appeaebtx : a m.
I Morning Worship.-l1 .' and cholera immunised-raised oa
: a. m.
and Mrs. A. Schroeder returned oat Saturday a ornln.. She is te
ad The Methodist Church extends a I clean pasture Bear LaIey Farm, t
Spot Courtney of Monday from a visit of a few the Clot..... Hospital We.tss
Palmetto, wore tlie week-end welcome to yon. The Church miles east of C1..tOD.Vidths .
guests bar
weeks at their farmer ka in St. _very mack.we I.
e f Elatoe aid GOes Tompkin !+, Louis Mo. ae going to taint our paper I
I I trait today We have new paint:
J. W. Raaaey of Fort Myers wasknstoeas I Mrs. ...... I
FeUi Until and kay have ..
a visitor nere Monday and
Tuontay.Mr returned from a Ttsfe .< several 'Ol'RTH (m.t .\"' : i I
weeks with r.taUfe Hi Jaek ;
oaile. -
I By Lte4a Robert, | 1 Lots of New
and Mra. Ward Roberts and Cheryl Skm-Man Is absent this,
children ....t the ""-ad wkk:I A. G. HutefcfcMos loft Snnday for week because of illaea We miss;
relative in _! OateMnflfc to ntiaai Ute aamnalconJorew her very much and hope she will
I I of 0 Mtr AgricultnraJAmenta. oe* ke beep fai ackool '
j. L- Beck and his ton, George : Peggy Platt has been out of Dry Cypress
Beck of Clewiston. left Wednesdayfor school a week. We are glad she is T:1:

Tulsa. Ohla foi a M Isi t with C. V ParkisMoai, accompanied by able to ke taek. '
relatives.StNDAY. E. L. Stewart W QowisUNt, attended We organise a club in our room Just Come In
'' the HomecoaUa ganae between this week and we are going to call
Florida and Nortk Carolina in I it "Tme Good Cltisens Club." The

Gainesville last Saturday ,. following papas were elated: (
rrosMsnt-Libia Roberts \

Mrs. Don Bridger will return tomorrow Yteo-Prortclint-Glen Taylor I
from a trip to Perry. Mkk Secretary--aio Ana Baaaeil i i iTraaaurer \ 1 x 4 to 1 x 10
She will be accompanied back by -Btt> Ann Young
E 4 Mr Brtdgers father who will spend We are mkimg Halloween\ caps
the winter here" and posters this week.SEVENTH I I;
I FlooringKiln
C' V. Wadlow and Rain Wallow GRADE 1 l
left Wednesday for Okasulgee. Ok la., (By Wallace Coynert j

and MONDAY to Tislt relatives and to btu* home I shah| try to give you an account, Kiln Virgin Long-Leaf
: Mrs. C. V. Wadlow who has been .f my trip to Washington D. C.J I
"Trouble WithWomen" f: spending several veeks there where I went with my parents and!
my sister. i
Orson II. Bond left Sunday for a One thing; I saw, which impressed Yellow Pinelz3andlz4
I business visit In New York and with I me. was the Washington Monument -
Ray Millard Teresa Wright Mrs., Bond in Michigan where she which Is 655 feet from the
and Brian Donlery baa been spending the past several ground and has eight windows at
weeks. She Is expected to accompany -I the top two on each tide Then .
him home. I saw the U. S. Capitol, and the I
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ---- I Smithsonian Institute, a building
Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Bozeoan and I I which kas. it seems, about everything -I Plenty ofSheathing J
Dorothy Lamour in:
baby daughter left Monday for in the world in it when it
"Rainbow Island" Montgomery. Ala.. Re Technicolor to return the latter part of this Then I visited the Lincoln Memorial
tin )
week and Mrs. Bozeman and the which has 48 supporting pillars. one .
baby to visit for a longer period for each state of tile nation. The
with her mother. National Art Gallery has one picture I

FRIDAY and SATURDAY in its many that is worth, by 1x6 Tongue and Groove and ; ::1
Marketing of fruits and vegetables itself, two million dollars. The s .
"High School Hero"and particularly with relation to Natural" History Museum U full of Surfaced 4 Sides

I railroad transportation will be old bones of extinct fossil creatures -
studied in November by representatives The )Monument the Capitol and
"Sportsman'sPlayground" of the Seaboard Air Line the Memorial are all in one direct .
Railroad who will follow the route line, and this makes a wonderfuland WE DELIVER
of movement from Honda to term- complete sight alone.
tin Color>> inal markets In the north. JUST PHONE ?-W .
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(By Shirley Russell
I Most of the eighth graders were
\ery well pleased with their report Alderman Lumber Co.
SOMETHING cards this six weeksWe hop the i

other classes were alto. ,
Vic elected Joan Bloom as our
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represvt.utite tft the 1 ii>ran
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t i ANOTHER 'information on various subjects J one mate. That Is the advan-

Use of all birds looking alike. '
Aa aristocrat Is a member

i The Question The Answers of descending.a family that ..long beea '-

1. Where is the Song of Solomon 1. In the Bible.
n am e found? 2. Slow meteorites travel about Everybody loves a fat man

2. How fast do shooting stars 25.000 miles an hour rapid meteorites became they can make ip
travel? at approximately 180,000 Jokes at his expanse.

3. Who were the Casket Girls in miles per hour. The best way to keep a

.American history? I' 3. Women imported into Louisiana body from becoming a bu,.
l Don't Skip LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU 4. The land occupied by Arlington as wives for settlers. body is to keep a body busy. "s
: National cemetery was once 4. Robert E. Lee.
1 Striving Clear Tomato Soup the home of what person? 5. There are 1,189 chapters in Scientists who say carrots ;

t For Balanced Diets Shirred Eggs with Chopped Ham S. How many words and chap- the King James version of the aid the eyesight may have -

English Muffins ters are there in the Bible? Bible, and 773,692 words. something there. Come to ;'
Green Bean Salad 6. How big do mushrooms grow? 6. One found in Thuringia Germany think of it, we never saw a

Jelly Carrot Curls Celery 7. Mount PopocatepeU is located i weighed 56 pounds. rabbit wearing lasses.

Spice Cake where? 7. Mexico. -:

BeverageBreak .

greens into bowL Cut eggs :' Add fresh horsepower to your old engine! ,

into wedge Combine all ingredients HOUSEHOLO \ZNew Sealed. Power Piston Ri&cs often increase -
with french dressing to taste. the honepowcr of a wont ccgia 4
Here are egg dishes which are R I f by 20% to 25%. At the same time they .
nice for luncheon if have the
you save gas save oil. lengthen eniia life. j
I youngsters coming in to eat with 5- That's a Sealed Power Ring Set specifically
decoration will 5
Leaves used far
you: I mpnrrred for ycuff ar, truck or
Eggs Dlable. last longer if dipped in paraffin = tractor engine whatever the make,model

(Serves 6) right after cutting. or cylinder wear condition.: See your
C hard-cooked - I Sealed. Power Franchise Dealer for the
eggs When making bread pudding, 1 best in service and parts
6 slices toast, buttered
leftover jelly rolls or sweet
1 cup tomato catsupS Send ul far OoMrat. ..
chili sauce rolls instead of tread. You'll be u y e4. iaformatrr po ... .
cup pleased to lean that the pud- booklet am 1 wiri tooiL _"
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce .
It'* fet mod met
Shirred eggs may be poppedinto ding requires less sugar this way lob of
1 tablespoon butter ere. you moory.
thi oven a few minutes be- and is tastier. I Sealed Peer c....
fore luncheon. Line individual bak- 1 teaspoon mustard -.- I W .w---, 1
1 teaspoon vinegar I
ing dishes with leftover vegetables Old Shaving brushes are excel- J
Vi teaspoon saltS
or meat for a more substantial lent for dusting small fragile arti- mmnuu name
} teaspoon
luncheon. pepper cles or silk or rayon lamp shades. ) )
Slice eggs onto Wash the brush well and dry thor '
Have lunches suddenly becomea buttered toast oughly before using.
problem now that cooler weatheris and cover with a -

with us and a few pieces of fruit sauce made by If the colored stenciling on the I Ie i
and a glass of milk just don't seemto heating the other tv t fiber porch rug looks particularlyfaded -- .- - -
satisfy you? Or, are you like the Ingredients to the I touch with
this year, it up I
woman I know who is trying to lose boiling point. ; quick-drying enamel. Patterns It Is Wise to Read the Advertisements j j

weight and is trying to get nourish Serve hot.EggAsparagus.
may be colored same shade as be-
ment without a lot of calories and Double Decker. fore. In This Newspaper Before Going ShoppingFiiTiT1 1

is trying to cut down on easytoprepare (Serves 6) -.-

sandwiches? 12 slices toast Place a rubber Jar ring or towel
No matter which of the above 6 eggs, creamed with 2 cups under a chopping bowl when chop-
situations is your particular prob- white I8l1eeAspanrus ping food in it. This will steadythe Ittlrat RUN
( KONKS you wm t
*., lem, the column tips bowl and allow easier handling.
t today is designed -.-
i < to help. The Cover half the toast with creamed !
y woman -
When making children's dresses,
1 who works eggs, place asparagus tips on each
make a wide tuck on the underside
t around the house and top with second layer of toast,
of the hem. Dresses are then
and "
eggs asparagus.Dutch Z"
has definite -
easy to lengthen, and the tuck does
; 'l luncheon problem Baked Eggs not show -..M._
mainly be- --va* (Serves 6) ,, ,.
/Ilk cause she needsto 6 hard-cooked eggs""""""**-*

.,. balance her I I 2 tablespoons batter, melted
uiituiJ diet well asI
as 1 teaspoon minced parsley SlJ
keep up her en- Sepl1lQ
M teaspoon dry mustard
ergy for household tasks. Salt and pepper ASPJR-, > 4 1
Calories area problem to her li cleaned ff _
cap shrimp
whether she is trying to maintain .. : 1t
1 cup cream or evaporated mUk'Grated
gain Si lose weight Economy, too, cheese t
in these days of rising prices, is a Batter
problem because she doesn't alwayscare
: to eat leftovers from the night Chop eggs, add melted butter, sea- iKUESPAUTWEttOnTS

before, at least, Just as leftovers, sonings, shrimp and cream; mix First time offered for direct
heated and set on a plate. ] welL Pour mixture into greased bak- household sale,patented widely used
For these reasons, I think the ing dish and sprinkle top with grated PROFIT necessity.:should

answer to the luncheon at home is cheese and bits of butter. Bake in a boy on sight. Lifetime opportunity
to have eggs made in one of several hot oven 400F.) about 10 minutesor ,full or part time,
interesting ways. And, if Just eggs until cheese begins to melt. for serio.s.iadurriou men and women.
Write today. A post card will briac
alone aren't appealing enough, use big mooey-niakiDg offer by renra nvaiLIGGER 6) Rub in Ben-Gay around throat and nose;keeping

them with vegetables or other foods THE SHELDON Co. = .:. away from eyes.Gently warming Ben-Gay brings fast
_, to make them appetizing. > <
relief from miseries of bead colds. Insist on jt mane
lit Eggs are a rich protein food, low Ben-Gay,the original Bom AnaJ& iqae. It contains
II in calories, high in nourishment. up to 2V4 times more of two famous pain-relieving

.- They can be filling, and they can be KIDNEY SUFFERERS! agents known to every doctor-methyl salkylato
tempting provided you experimentwith and menthol than five other widely offered rub-ins.
novel ways of serving. 14% BENEFITED
First the list toe for rate .M to IfttnUTBM WSOI tttt..sad STMIW.JUk .
S on are two
interests cash
-ta test by ree.ph"No
far KM ICj far CUdrw.SenGay.
ing salads with
eggs. Serve them T. rttasrck orgialzatUs)
with crisp wedges of lettuce or let AB ,tMate *..Matrix fi.ID lMnaMO _
tuce ,rUB M.bta.AA wm VTW=
cups. : a ..iMtfiai*MvM <.Tk M

Pimiento =uis.hud..1 1dery.lyd.v.ural..m1.d.rrrd bldgn d. /
Olive Salad.
Mew loaf;tolo7 P Ie...__). .-It
(Serves 4) w .4,'. *. 'rat W kmiM MW
4 eggs, bard cooked :.,.:sty M.:tat s P .:putt M-Uurd MytuM.Ti
>T r..kwI.svlea- I
U = frooiUuMv cup chopped ripe olives b.edu (
fib.kdrfb.dder I PIII8. uy'"
W cap pimiento, chopped *.yn Cad taoi far..n.tsd..t.r,
*i cup chopped: celery lQaLa W* MUNLY eac>.

2 tablespoons chopped men - -

I Mayonnaise H pepper teaspoon, salt as desired well add Hard-cooked a as satisfying other easy-to-make eggs note cat to In salads wedges lunch as reear "CAMELS ARE THE CHOICEOF r

Mix eon dishes. Don't Ignore their
chopped olives
pimiento, celery
J and green pepper. Place In crisp value as garnish and nourishmentfor EXPERIENCE WITH ME!" i
cups of lettuce and serve with eggs, they are a rich protein source. ;

sliced on top. Use with mayonnaise.
Chinese Poached Eggs.
Bean and Egg Salad. (Serves C) says /Dafe

(Serves C) 1 cup rice

1 can of red kidney beans 2 tablespoons batter 9 ,
4 sweet pickles, chopped Salt and pepper

I 3 hard-cooked eggs, sliced 2 tablespoons floor
t )S cup chopped celery 1 cup milk E v

2 tablespoons finely chopped onion 1 teaspoon grated onion t S. LINSAfON OP rMl
r : 1 teaspoon saltY 1 tablespoon chopped celery Asa tor.r

fi tablespoon mayonnaise 6 eggs, poached

Rinse, drain and chili the kidney Cook rice in boiling, salted water.
beans. Add remaining ingredients, Drain and blanch. Prepare white EtPfRIEN

mixing thoroughly. sauce by melting butter, blending .
Arrange in flour, salt and pepper. Add milk. i :

nests of leftuce. grated onion and celery. Cook until # TEACHEFLwAffJALACROeAT1C5 1"iI
Garnish with a NLUt
thickened stirring constantly. Arrange

a few slices of egg ": hot rice on platter, place eggs FL 't
and other greens
and with Garnish
on top cover sauce.
if desired. with paprika and celery. o0 _'INCHi Aez6VWTElOO. -- j jE j
Here's a nice
egg salad to have Shirred Eggs. TRIED MANY 8RJ..t.JOO 1
Grease Individual baking dishes.
have a
when you
neighbor dropping in for lunch: : Break into this an egg and bake in )irME
a moderately low (323 to SWF.J BESr/
Err and Cheese Salad BowL oven for 12 to II minutes dependingupon 1
(Serves I) firmness desired. Serve from
1 bunch watercress baking dish. Top with bread crumb

1 frock ebieory or cheese before baking, if desired.Or. !.

r J bead lettace layer the dish with chopped
h A kaie ked eggs chicken sausages, bacon aa well u tare people ore smtkhg CAMELS tim ever Mere!

-"" I tirtet nt tote ticks cooked or mashed vegetables before

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for himself dies a 1!
pauper. Those who would en- "-JChured

rich themselves must begin by I Her Sweet old lady (to golfer vainly

1 enriching others.. . Skt ul fiexait .,.b,. I met tfrStdnttl searching for his ball)-Would
( star O. her krou it be cheating if I told yea where
rte Viu OlfllfII tbouU drays I Bill mi checkbook mtJt her k'PPj. U was?
it : tt &sl e. M ft.muLmt *nd fin'nviewed And ,h,', tx-fiensnt .0"..
ft m Jixottrigemeni.-C. B Figuratively ,
} C I&cfffftb. Why A GI met a little Cockney who
. Professor-Why aren't you taking
was enthused about a cruise he
notes lecture*
Freedom is not worth having my had made to South America.
Student-Don't have to. I'\e got
if it does not connote freedomto "First," he reported "we stopsat
a5 v%.'..v kr .-, err.-Mahatma Gandhi my grandfather's.A Cuba and then puts m at
. vacationing wife returned Haiti."
\D- 4 Know how to listen and yon home to her husband after two I And what comes after Haiiif*
will profit even from those who I weeks, looked at the house and asked the G.I. politely.
& talk badly,-FluUrch. I said, "Everything's exactly as I I "H'eighty-one" said the Cock-

.t .'' |left it. What have you been op to?" I

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I MnKtioa: lor De Horn 7w.r.e-' to Weekly germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
241 west I7tfe Street. to soothe and heal raw tender ta-
Mother, am I rally as wiadtrful is via uyl" I New l.rk 11. New 1...... Print name ad Came bronchial mucous mem-
Ii dress_with tone booklet_title and No.71 nnea.TeU your druggist to sea you
i When Illness Strikes a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
you must like the way It
Mother Becomes Nurse TASTER SMOOTHf.i quickly allays the cough or you an
to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

I I B E\V ARE of rusty nails. Par- for CouPs.am Colds Bronchitis
i ticularly. one has punctured .dy
j the skin for it can be treacherous. \ 'V a aVlw'lJz amt
For treatment cleanse oousu ( U. S. Savings Bonds!
emergency \ >*0a oa times |0 Buy
t I wound with soap and water and pour ta
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it,cl tAit l..rt D.yen woe 1 62 % MORE DRAWBAR PULl 91 : IONGER WEAR
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iJ The Neighborhood League By Gluyas Williams :: ki 4' .f Prsxlwc 'nat&.the pnJd1Ktiola
. o - record Ckampioo Farmer H. L. ,
F.McKinley (on tractor), and eons
r ; Don, Phil Hal and Keith (nee
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I i +t" shown) made last year on 1100
II i '- acres of rich farmland near So
II I i 'N t Aner.low .' heir igctxJ includes
I ? ,a <.. 2 Jf million pounds of potatoes boat
13 J acre,tad nearly equal powmite -
I aft of choice cabbage from 100
I Y acre The McKinley keep their
! +. oil highly' fertile. Kf a.! 5ve-year.
i I .. rotation and the application of 170
ii y} ; tons of fertilizer annaallr An
ii i i "S '" -S {ors% men :* steer and hog ceding
r program tarns corn and roufhaies
i tAt t \ v S 'a' 4 into cash,and builds additional fertility
z in the soil.The farm is highly
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I oa Firestone Tires.r ..
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->cONOMY.MINDED farmers like Champion .
$+Otiir1 IRftUNt ftfUStVL 1WCtI V.NS'fir
At LSfSiMISStCJ ElM 5tftlET !I6CPS S1tt N1DI li Fanner H. L McKinley find
M III 'S+[ 5OX>M> HALf AhZ' W\)4'U 6Ai"l BCOC5C costs go down when they use Firestone -
t' ..It "IrRW7E OIJf 'tI tjtsttl tF1+YFS A.d 1iTRtt'acxts Champion Ground Grips.
DRAY w>a I tN rA c W\S '
: CARR'Uii 'K BALL oR WtUf Tests show that Firestone Champion Wis.
Ground Grips clean up to 100% more

effectively, pull up to 62% more, last a

up to 91-. lengor, and roll smoother

The reasons are simple.The curved ban E -

DIPPECENCECD cut deeply into the soil. Mad falls easily
\4 MAKE? OEV and cleanly from the tapered openings
O' DE CLASS ALL TEACHES DE 5A\1 between the bars. Because the traction ,

DE TIME !II 71NG: AT BOTH) bars are connected they're stronger, they
EWDS.CDNTDEYA5H4MEO have more tread rubber to push into the '
ground and pull. This extra tread rubber

also lengthens tire life . makes tires -s
fa roll smoother.

Although Judged best by leading farmers t

everywhere, Firestone Champion Ground
than ordinary tractor -_
Grip cost no more
tires Specify the "Champion" when you S

order your new tractor, or when you buy
replacements for your tires. See your C 5 5

nearest Firestone Dealer or Store today. -? GU1 .
liite to tin Void of Ttnttomtrtrj -
MoJj tvemnf ottr NBC :.-'
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Books Fore T."dOf ;; The aarsaee of this .Mini was i i'" imagine Doyle Salt giv isgl I cities. I '1v'h quai'fiil th v'mt lctKinA ; a? nrfe '1': t"-

Tomorrow to have displays ot .bstfh on nsbJMU s sass ae those SW-EET looks.i 1 Giaat asnaaa waaU be Place: FI..nds Soil .-..naerta.n l> _t-" .--
L .\<,1 facludea an> proonjuahfrd t-
taacht to thin school We I i Weft Pee is gettiac to be a big i< where nriaMij to cvMroI tae water -: vol.in general rt
hope the beaks itttfrfsisd. the teach- girl -she got to go to the oaacefea :j is that ana ass a oaeatioa wa and Statute .f f or1:

: t rs and that they wffl vac theca is ClewistAB Sataraay Right-with j| raised by JssUfc Ferris at tbe hearj -I aM...,....who, ...,.tr.U also=1'--a landowner_ in theH

tit, classes.Cook "T.\'T, 1'!ft.. swSt. .
wfcosa Yon d never ga
I j tag aa (a what government ageacy .". S. .". ,n .
t Week is tress November IS before time to depart, there was a: would pay the cost of pump oper- ''' :4.31

tr"ujth! November II. The library little mixnp at Peg's-.-wonder who; ado. The answer was that this,

\\dl] Ue pleased to take car* of any I and what It concerned! j point had not ret been worked out VUTK K 01- Fi.Et"rlo>

,.i>oas that yea are BJannfaat to emI Saturday the khte got up aaothere i j Harold R. Scott flood control engineer -!, TKI TG"TKKU KCKtT THREE TO OETCMHI M'HOOL

,. i ,. the students or people In other of those tasMSJB woods trip j from the office ef the U. S. .; VILLAGE TO P Ch. LlCUED

.MIntries.I and from what I gather, a woaderful : District rafimrrr ta Jacksonville iI ;,
t .I all. N.Hr, .. h) Rtsrn T '3' . .
t tine was had hy I I... saolMwaiasi tar the Kn.Eiufersij 11., .', "J: b.l iId T.v..da> :,. . : .. .
A lift!I SCHOOL STATISTICS Last Friday night a swartM party j i at the hoaria* aid amid that while li 1Oli. during: th,. rerularrnt h. .r. t...
I 1'; "Dot" was gives la tenor of BlteahethJooes : +I the present piano d* not call for a,_, purr-/>..!
I In a receat poll taken among the birthday! Everyone had{ third major eaflet team the lake I. To 'It; three tj) ecoooi Tr .s- T

high seheel stmdenta the foUewis jut oodles of fun! to the ease, that a thorough invesUaUoa -I'!'',I teas. for GUdvs Special Tax .School
District iwhich district ia *o- -xt"
: n-
j .italics! were obtained: A certain gal cot to Uaagiaiag had DOt yet been made., sive with the bouudartc of Giad.* .
i au rite Stndy---None. she saw sashes Satarslay sight! sad iatisaatod that it might yet beI Ctweyl. Osdr one (1) ef such Tru t- "

('hi''f Amasement Place-Study had she still clataM it was that1omg. I fond practical to provide this oat-,I ers School ay be Board elected risHisui man each district County

Hall i lift.i These three (I) Tia.la shall be
:Most Loahre Raaleraoja.MORI elected by a COUDt7-.... vote hat not
i various plan were introduced for mere than one Cl) of them shall
latellectaal Jean Braaaaa. FILL SH\M MOVKMBXT CF I River corrfrom the Mate county board
coatroi .f tM Kissimsae
ember rwideae
: district On the
J Tie above poster was drnedfor Most Poplar-Eeryse: pled K\RLY FIlflTS .\'" watershed bat all agreed that a more, ballot to be teed ia this election all
for himself. VEGETAItLKS REPORTED namlne'* Tram the same county
the "Sth nation-wide observance comprefceasive. surrey should bedmade : board rusher ....... dtetrict shall
of Children's Book Week by Laziest-Jimmy CNrk. of the area before any definite be romped t*;eth r and on the basts
the distinguished illustrators ochildren's Best Basketball Player Doyle JACKSOXVILLB Oct. 29-FNS) adopted. : of ceaaty-widc vote that nominee rei -
piss was |i ceivlac the higbesl amber of votes .
books. lagr and Edgar Scott. of '
The first fall season movement '
I Scott asked for detailed reports' among West ta the came group will
Parin ITAulalre. It Is now on display Best Allaronad Athlete- Donald early fruits and vegetables; from !'! be elected. The voter are to vote j
in thousands of schools libraries Farnam. from every county on flood damage; far tare (t) TrvMee but not for ,j
: bookstores and cine welfare Florida State Farmer's Markets ls particalarly to cattle: sad past re mere than __ it) ia any one group. ;
centers to announce the opening of Most Colossal Blnff-Peccy Stalls. reported by William L. Wilson state!j I lands so that jastlflcaUoa could be, The eaadMate do not run in group: .
Boot Week November liThe The Krasy Kat-Jeanne Heflin. who the Fort Pierce I each ruts adal.st each of the other
-J2. director, says i
i shown for the work planned. !S on a county-wife bnai*.
Children's Book Council at Most f..Jlae-Loia Cox. State Farmer's Market handled its i '. 1 To approve or disapprove thenumber
". n>: West 45th Street New York Most Frlroloo*-Elisabeth Joees. first fall vegetables last week.-Biae!' Ferris suggested that a spokesman -,!' of mills of dtetrtet tax to be
City by whom this poster is distributed be appointed to coaler with the! levied and collected annually for the
Most Desanre-Jessie Brannan. hampers of yellow squash which 't two succeeding within this
tells us that at leastken President's personal representative year
million American boys and Most Truthful-Bobby Sexton. sold for $5 per hamper. i countr-wtde school district.i .
General Philip T. Fleming when hecomes it. For the approved'ool term
girls today are without library Most Romantic-Wilson Caaoa.DOTS Shipments through the Wanehvla ,i (for which the aeaoeT hoard has
service or access to reading of any i market, which opened, with light> to Palm Beach oa NOT. C to I f4>f: ." i.. ......)
kind other than text books. These increased j study the needs of the nco -tamaa-: "-. For bwMelac ianar> mad (for
children live for the most part in DASHESHi volume in mid-October have -! ed areas. Thad Carlton ef Fort which the coeatjr heard ....
rural and the conditions kids! I'm bath again! My sabetantially and at the ead I reesmr.dei 5 m1Bs)
areas are I Pierce was chosen to serve as this W &RD or eve naTRCctioNe11.ADr
to be found in varying degrees In column got lost In the rub of those of last week the market had handled URTT PLOI1IDAFttl
.poIE....... Fleming wffl hear
nearly every slate in the union. six-weeks teltta--"E1'ftI. as you or IfIt's 1.928 bushels of encumbers I .... ,Dt..lldt'llt.Oct. .
The Council which is a public I I queer, but as I walked oat which sold at prices ranging from heads of any and all political s.bdirfadoM .I I JI. tar '1; ... ( J4i.
Information center for and aboutclttNrft's in the area and relative,
on the campus this afternoon, I $7..' to $9.95. Light: offerings of
books adds that they to work. )
energea I
heard this refrain sold at from $3 to $4.75 I
have Initiated a national Book I : peppers ; Senator Claude Pepper has an- IN TUB riKnir rBT OK THE
Week project cooperating with the "Sweet and law, sweet and low eggplant $2.50 and yellow squash I T .:I.-rU JtUin.41 ClRrllT 05'FLORIDI
Save nevneed that he will ask the special' i\ ASH FOR GLIDES
the Children Federation
and Are grades that to $4.70.
eem-e me; 'onTY I'( ('U %%FoRT so. 517D11
the Treasure Chest Campaign twoof I Low. low too darn low session of Congress for an ap- amt HOTK
the Council's twenty-cine coopcraliag I propriatfea of thrw million dopers
To acquire my credits three! I
organizations. It is Survey RequestedContinued 1 for emergeaey work to relieve the RAT >>ORRIS. i
hoped that more fortunate {our I Then it suddenly dawned on me riaiwUffCOLA9AMTE
flooded eon menthes will join in the Treasure -This is report card day! Groan! { va
Chests U.s.A. project to donate Moan: ( from Page 1) j' The overall plan of the engineers JOSEPHINE MORRIS.
Treasure Chests of children's :'is estimated will cost about thirty Defandaat.XOTICE .
Girls in a recent interview with presented to the Congress; late
books to rural schools in the million dollars. TO APPE.4B
United States (25,000 Treasure our new Home EC. teacher I acquired year or early in It U. I TO: Ur*. Jaephtn Colap-tntc Morris
these which In expressing favor of the eagineer ass "I)" Hoot*** Drive
Cheet books have already been new recipes: ipbda, Pesasylvani I
donated for children overseas). sounded delicious to me. Try these program however, the group was,! LEGAL NOTICES T 'a are hereby required to file an

put on the man of your heart and given assurance by the engineersthat I appMranee ia the court .bon described -
on the ICth day of Novraiber.
I'm Cure the results will be astounding before any definite plans were I!] "X1)TICF "4T. at the County Court House in
School Daze- finally worked out for each community ! .;KLKCTIOTi P' ton R II PERt ItOR'II Moore. Haves, Otedes County. Fk>rta. -
FOR THK .iL UKM Mtlt . act thereafter to tile such de-
Planked White FUh or area that hearings wouldbe CO'ERATIODI'TRICr f__ as you tear desire or b* advised -
held in each of these communities I In imposes to the suit above
i (Continued from Page 5) First be sure that the white fishIs stifled, whtdk te a suit for divorce.Glades
or areas and all interests noti- S weather H, HH7
started Physical Ed. Under the direction not cat. Then saw a rib plank Pursuant to tile Soil ConservationDistrict County Democrat is hereby
In which
i. of Martha Dowd and :Mr. from the fattest tree in the front fied.The I Act Chapter 51%. norMa deng-nated this order a shaft* lets b sewepaptr* pvbtished once a
control area begins at tbe Statutes of 1141 notice i* hereby
yard. Place white week for fee eonttcattve weeksHerela
Semago we hope to have successful on planks
a very I given of an election to be held No- fail net Mtder of de-
i year. Our attention has feet first. The Juice of a lemon, Caloosahatchee River Just west of vember 8, 194T, for the ejection offivesupervisors tanlt, penaJty' <

I been turned toward volley ball ring squirted In the left,eye of the fish. Lake Hicpochee and runs roughlyin i i OONSERVATION for the DISTRICT.OUAt BS SOIt.1i -. DONE AND OBDEHED Moore
will make it look better. Add a southeasterly direction to a P. Place.--. Have. Glades county, this Uth day
i tennis badminton and box bockey. j
point some twenty-six miles south[I North I.aReile--FeagIea Home. .f October, HIT.
You have probably heard quite a sprig of cabbage, a bunch of bananas P.lmdal.-st.U. Store. I (OFFICIAL SEAL IMPRESSED)
few moans and groans as the aftereffects and the whites of 19 eggs of Clewiston thence eastward and I LakeportComptons Store. 's/ D. S. WEan
If northward and back to the lake Moore H..Dovrt Houae. ,I CU/k ot ClTCSdt Court.
of calisthenics.As eggs are too expensive use grape- Polling place will be open between Glade County. Florida 3 i
south of Port enclosing h
I fruit. Mayacca the hoar of ':M A. }t. and 5:" P. M. I SO.
soon as the gym is cleaned up 1800 miles. Aside All qualified elector within ccjvsHaves
Place In some square revving FtortteftocUor a
the girls are looking forward with oven and fry for two from this the calls for the District enthusiasm to the first practice for I days. Test with straw and If I area plan the legal boundaries of Ofadt 17, 14, a1. Kor. 7.

.. -- thoroughly; done-eat with clank! __ .__-n--______ I r
the coming basketball season. -
I Apple }'rittt't"t

I First catch your fritter. Be sure

LIHKAKYKVS I'it is a young fritter. (The way to
(By Elsie Mae Story,
tell the age of a fritter is to count
The high school entertained .
f.cultyfas the teeth.) Remove the shell and
by the Library Club Friday -,
I add a pitcher of applesance. Place

I afternoon. this in a saucepan, and tease it with

j Punch and cookies were served I a pinch of baking soda. Let It

; simper two hours. Serve hot and

a smile rapidly while eating.

Lois Ann looks lately as if she I
Mark R. Tennant
I might pull through after alt (Don
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ii l.irrmmrt isn't leaving as soon as he thought.) .'

I. Jo Ann seems to be what a cer-

f Real Estate Broker tain New York boy likes about the .: ...


h I Some of those Freshmen romances I i
:1f 1 eo7 Congress Bldg. Miami Fla. here lately are getting bad. \

; Idral walks around in a daze all 1

f#, ! the time. But that's all right, kid! I %

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eh Il W....- ilea- het-'II and he's OUT .. -,* ve. J

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II It was a game of .ont+a&- on a city itreet tad Mkkl wu

I & at baL . The driver of aa oacomlag car saw the play..

.... .. sounded his horn and was driving cautiously taronyt. One
,:. ".- last pitch... the crack ef a well-hit ball... and bOokie ran
;, 4.bpRTY ., ...It wasat the driver'! fault,but MJckle was OUT...forever I

1 : Children playing ia the streets of the Nation's cities and

< ,:. towns added: 3,2 96 to the death toll charred against motor

trame accidents last year. Even the death ef tee little dUe
Mr. MCllorist.
i f drea is two too many.ut lira to be laded oat that wets:
309 is trsgicl
1 E t alt .The schools of Florida an eontianaUr teaehiftf traffic

t, ua seersts nfety and warainr arahut the dangers sf the highways.Par

.. l suer cnts should emphasize it la the hone Driven should exert

extra pansy ia passing schools er god through ....,.
t sad4 ted
3 ) _# e4M'd't
5_ le % Oar d Jdma', lives are precious. Do TOW put to invent s

: :.EiLiz 1 l these youngsters being Itnck don-and OUTIasiavi .
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