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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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II I EnginepiF i: County Board----r Agrees 1 I i Trustee Election To


J1 To Pay Half Cost II

Flood Control Given Of Band UniformsThe Be Held Tuesday WeekVFW


board of county commissioners i ---
I ; Diston Island Area Is'Jr' Delegation Asks I at the regular meeting' To Provide Seven Candidates For

I reviewed action taken
Monday an
Embraced In New i iI Temporary School during the summer when it was Military Honors I' Office MillageTo

I Overall Setup For Lakeport AreaA I j I half agreed the that cost of the new board band would uniforms pay I II j For War DeadThe Be Voted

--- about $15* it the school board I

(Map on I'aye M) delegation from the Lakeport-I would put up the other half. Glades Post, No 425 of the Next Tuesday week. November
A Bare Beach<< area appeared before The school board pointed to the I
Comprehensive plan and report I Veterans of Foreign Wars has been 18, within the legal Toting hours
for flood in the county school board at the fact that they were buying some
control the Central and ) designated by the Mar Departmentto qualified electors of the county
"twn Florida areas is scheduled I regular meetiag on Monday to ask I band instruments and would not] provide full military honors for will go U the polls to elect three

for sttbmission to the corps of En- that a teacher be put at Lakeport have sufficient money to pay half I our war dead who are being re- school trustees for the county-wide
to teach children of that area who the cost of the uniforms the .
Sisrf-ert in Washington in early so turned to their home in this vicinity board of trustees
January, CoL Willis E. Teale, Jack are now prevented by high water board revised its action, agreeingto I for burial. Candidates have qualified from

eooTttle district engineer, announced from attending the Moore Haven pay half the cost If the other The necessary equipment for every one of the board member districts -

this week school by bus half could be raised in any other I conducting military funeral has except one No 4. which

To be included in the comprehen- The board discussed the matter way-by subscriptions, receipts j been issued to the post by the Au- takes in the North La Belle and
..!v. plan Is the Everglades area. bat told the group that it would be from concerts, etc j gusta Arsenal This service will Muse area. Several of the districts

Lake Okeecfcofcee aad tributaries necessary to take it up with the It was voted to contribute $500to ) be provided by the local \F\\ poet have two candidates but it (s pointed -
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and the loner East Coast which the State Board of Education before the Cattlemen Flood Control for any deceased veteran within any out that only one candidate can
orpe of Engineers have been work- any action could be taken. The Committee to further the work of reasonable distance from Moore possibly be elected from the same

jag on for some time, and also the state board would hare to send a this organization among the sixteen Karen Men who are killed while board member district. Except for

:- Gkadral Florida region within the man here to investigate the need counties affected by the 1947 in active service and all noSen1I" this stipulation the three receiving -

Ktasinmee and upper St. Johns for the emergency school floods men are eligible to be buried the highest number of votes
The one bid for purchase of the A liquor Hceeee application otM '
!:j.. River banns The entire area will with full military honors. wins
be treated as one watershed CoL Palradale school property was C Preseett who pis:.s to oper- Next of kin of deceased servicemen In district one there are two

; .1 > Teal MM Ms eaglaeers have already tamed down since no mosey accompanied ate a place at the evanty line was may contact Commander Wendell candidates, Fisher Ange and Brow

i' begun a study of conditions in theY I the bid. Ten per cent turned down, it being the opinion Click or any member of the ard Daniel; in district two candidates .
::'?,- Central Florida area and a com- of the bid price is required. (Continued on Page are B. W. Whidden 'and R. F.
for this service
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plan to AU cress ment-' --- Haskew. in district 2 C. s. Press-
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l JetM will be forwarded to \\ash- ley Is the only candidate In district
.1' l..,toa at the same time AI- Helen Goodman Dies five W. B. Norton, Sr.. Incumbent -
Board Seeks
tfeeufh not definitely worked out, Drainage Monday In Ft. MyersHelen Is opposed by A. A, Beck.:
"' yet it Is probable that the study I The ballot will Instruct voters

will remit in for reservoirs not to vote for than
a plan To Settle Controversy !I Goodman who has served more one can
_ In th* Central Florida area where didate IB each district
as teacher of the colored
water can. be stored during wet sea j I Khool\1\ The estimated millage levy which
____ here for several years prior
BOB and released during dry sea I be-1 has been set and which the voters
and who was not reelected
year
tons.All E. D. D. Offers Plan School To HoldAudioVisual cause of her ill health, died Mondayin : will be asked to approve for the
federal, state and local agencies I II ensuing two years Is 1H mills and
Fort Myers of cancer.
and interested parties in the To Drain Slough Clinic Helen was liked and respected; In addition they will be asked to
area covered by the comprehensive .I approve or disapprove the four mill s'
1 by everyone, both white and colored -
r plan are cooperating with the corps AreaAfter Here Next Week and many of the floral offerIngs special building reserve fund for

.; of Engineers In the ultimate solution sent to the funeral in Fort I schools

s of a final workable plan to a study of conditions in Dr. George L. Crutcher. acting Myers yesterday were from white I All persons are qualified to vote
adequately serve the best public who are registered electors and
Lamar
this area Wednesday by head of the Department of Visual friends. I
Interest, I Iwho have paid a real personal
Johnson engineer for the Everglades or
Aid of the State Board of Educa-
r Col. Teale emphasized that the property tax within the two
Drainage District, and J. E. tion, will conduct an audiovisual past
Incorporation of the Central Flor- Beardsley Clewiston member of I I years. Where a wife and husbandown
clinic next week, November 11 '
P T. A. CARNIVAL
ida area into the over-all picture the drainage board, the board discussed through the 14, at the high school .- property jointly: both will be
will In no waydelay presentation the situation at their board I permitted to vote
s auditorium which the public is Invited -
to congress of the Everglades-'planwhith meeting In West Palm Beach yesterday to attend.' -JN FRjDYNICHT I II Election officials selected to COBdnctitk -

is now .'practically: complete and approved the recommendations The use of the -movie projeetosas t I' 3electioit' ant For precinct
It t* expected tl&rHb* tomprehensiv of the engineer for a 1, 3 And (, Mrs D. C. Mitchell
a teaching aid Is consldyd ot I
flan covering all areas will go plan of emergency relief for the greater importance with each pass I- WAS'BIG SUCCESSThe I clerk Mrs. Fern Flanders Mrs.,
before the Board of Engineers for Nicodemous Slough area which" has and the last Elsie Jordan and Mrs J. S. Aly
ling year during summer -
'f t Rivers and Harbors in January for been left badly flooded because ot II Miss Carol Norton took a The voting place will be at the
i ankmiMton to (Continued on Page 8)
early -- coneress the high lake level. I special course In audio-visual work', Parent-Teachers Associationwas
;_ The Everglades plan: now com Beardsley submitted a of I
ropy in order to present this programIn most successful in putting on
tilete except for minor details contemplates the plan to supervisors of Newhallj the local school Present equip- the annnal Halloween carnival at Election To Name

I the protection of 1,000 Drainage District this morning and) ment is rather antiquated and the the It'hoolthla year and'the various(
i }' square miles of rich agricultural Chairman R. D. Lyons indicated I school board is now considering the concessions netted a total of $244.tl Supervisors OfConservation

I mark land Immediately south of that the board might possibly a-\\ purchase of additional equipment with which to finance the P.-T. A.I. District
,l Lake okeethobee; Improvement of the proposed f
cept emergency Groups from the 5th, 7th. 8th program for the year
!. : watt control In large conservation under the assurance that the work and 11th grades will be used for This was the first year that the
rsM outlined by local interests planned might be a temporary expedient this clinical work. P:T A. had undertaken the earn!- Tomorrow, between the hours of

.1 and providing the coastal cities with I and not a permanent one. The program for the period Is as nl, it having been put on by the i nine clock a. m. and five o'clock
protection from floodwaters from Johnson, In making his recommendations : follows: school In previous years with each i p. m landowners within the county

tfc* Eve/glades. by impounding such to the drainage board November 11-7:00 to 1 8:10 ,, of the classes responsible for some' will go to the polls to elect five supervisors I
water within water conservation reviewed the situation which has Introduction of clinic procedure; concession for the new Glades Coon-

arras; encircled by levees large existed with regard to the impounded showing of motion picture. "Using The weather was fine for the affair ty Conservation District which em-

enough to retain all of the water waters In Nicodemous Slough the Classroom Film and presentation and the crowd came early and braces the entire county

entering them daring- a period of brought about partially by relief of special problems stayed late, none of them apparently Eight candidates win Tie for thefive V,

severe ral&fall such as has been experienced : work done by the Engineers io November i:-1:00 to 4 15 averse to separating from the positions as follows: Fred MCoyner .-

this year Relieved of I building a levee along the east side Demonstration of use of motion dimes: and quarters that went to Ortoaa, William H, Peebles,

,, ; this flow from the Everglades canals of the Lakeport road and south of picture and film strip with the 5th well the take for the evening Moore Haven C. P Lyk.s, Brighton
along the coast with suitable Improvement the government levee to prevent and Sth grade class. Discussion of Th first three primary grades ; David G Click. Clewlstoa. H
will be able to effects flood waters from the west flowIng the advantages of audio-visual aids. par on the chicken pilau supper a I G. Stewart Lakeport. D. C. Mitch- i'

adequate drainage of coastal urban across Newhall district and 7;00-9:00- Analysis of audiovisual costly affair but a splendid meal. ell Moor Haven M, B Norton
4 and agricultural areas All existing flooding the negro quarters. He equipment; project recorders but the ladles In charge managed and J. J, Rldgdlll LaBelle

I engineering data and pre..ioulj also pointed out that normal drainage and training period for those Interested to sell enough meals to com out I All are qualified to Tote who are

j, proposals developed and recommended from Mcodemona Slough Is In operation of equipment on top and make a fair margin ot i property owners within the county
by various federal, state and local thrpugh culverts 5 and 5-A which November IS-S:40 to 5:00 -I profit of $33.50, The fourth grade and are also duly qualified electors

interests have been supplemented are not now flowing because the,' Use of lantern slides; a demonstration bad pies, cakes and other pastries I Polling places will be at
t by field surveys and office studies lake level Is six Inches higher than with the 7th grade children and goodies for sale to take home I Feagte'i Store in North La Belle; :

; \>-r the Corps- oC Engineers to develop the level of the flood waters In the Training period for those and cleared U f.J*. The fifth grade i Stalls Store In Palmdale. Comp-
the comprehensive plan. The slough; Interested In operation of equipment pony rides cleared SU.,. with! I:ons' store In Lakeport and CourtHouse I

plan to date calls for: (1) Constructing He cited the fact that the present 7:00 to 8:30. Laboratory. ,candies for sale, the sixth grade! ] Moore Haven. l
a perimeter levee encircling -; flooded conditions are due only How to make lantern slides (materials fish pond brought In $21.U; the As soon as these supervisors are i

the entire area of 1,000 square partially to heavy rainfall and furnished) seventh grade's concession, $10.85. elected the conservation district .:..
I miles suitable for long-term agricultural largely to the flow of water from November 14-3:40 to 5:00 the eighth grade concession i 'will be ready to function.
C) Improving, extending Fisheatlng Creek through a Chan- the ninth j
I uses Use of motion picture In teaching bobbing, etc, $3171,
i, and providing a network of nel which the flood waters cut_ demonstrated with 11th grade. grade bingo tables, $5'.11.; the play'! Milton Adkins Plays "
main canals within the agricultural around the west end of the government Summary of clinic. School Days, tenth grade $15.(0, : '

\ area. (3) Providing canals on the levee described as some four the eleventh grade dance $15 and On Florida Team tIn

a outside of the levees protecting the feet deep. Two New School the horseshoe pitching contest of:
area northeast of West Palm Beach He described the problem as be- the twelfth grade $14.8$. Mrs: Saturday's Game

Canal and west of the protected ing la two phases: 1. To relieves, Board Members Are Minarich's group had a concession,
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areas in Hendry County; (H Con- the Hooded condition of. Urge, which netted $2.40.
ttrnctlng pumping stations at the I I grazing area and. 2. To provide for i(t Recommended The big moneymaker of the Milton Adkins, backfield star of
for
lakeward ends of each main canal a drainage outlet for these lands: evening was put on by the Future the Moore Haven football team '

t (S) Constructing pumping facilities should the present high lake stage' The1< county school board recently Farmer boys and their teacher W. three years and who entered last Florida :
Gainesville
1eUon
at the lower ends of the major occur again. recommended the appointment of O Whittle This was a target University at .j
his
canals: to discharge Into the conservation For the present emergency he Mrs. Alice Bailey from District 4 which tripped when bit with a ball' a football scholarship, got :
Saturday g
areas; (1) Providing a recommended that the Northwest and Mrs 1. S. Click from District letting a boy fall into a tank of\ first chance when at his big league team play soandlytrounced :i
levee from theVesl be drained Into the old ,
protected water The amount cleared was not
S the members of the g
as two new 34 to 7. :
Beach Canal to Tamtam levee canal Just north of the north i dunked the Fnnnaa team
Palm
board In compliance with the new reported but many a boy was | of thefinal :,
Trail and thence south to protectthe boundary levee of Newhall district. school law which requires each I many times during the course) Milton/ played nine minutes did some aces
coastal cities from flooding and and discharged through present the evening. It proving one of I| quarter and e
to hare five school board 10f B* has t"i
Caloosahatchee county work at end position where
also to hold floodwaters on the Urge facilities Into the most popular concessions ever I
water retention areas; i T) Provide canal, the rate to be regulated so members 1 I at the school carnival The FFA!i been placed by Coach Wolf.

levees on the southerly side of theNest as to prevent flooding of tie quarters These two new members If they.. boys also sold cold drinks, coffee I Milton ranks quite high on theCniversity

;-- Palm Beach Canal HiHaboro and to be accomplished by j are made inch by the Governors and sandwich throughout the evening "B1 squad and quite first m
J and North New River Canals: t 81 placing culverts coder the state road I likely will fet a berth on the
appointment, will serve natfl January -
Impreve canals and discfearce con 79 He recommended that tH oat- At seven-thirty in. the school string squad next season.wellcostumed -
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West Beach flow ditch. into the Caloosahatehee 1. 1J49 when the regularly
trot works en Paly gymnasium was the costume parade
c.1 HlUsboro North New River Miami + be Improved near the locks to iIli elected members at next rears and the Judges were hard pressed. children .partWpat

f o .(.QOntInued ont* S) i| (Continued OB Page 8) election take office to make a decision with so many I ing -* ,r.- ;
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An aged American farmer whet

Town IIIII"fEPO r was touring Europe, having arrived -
in London was being shown

fc T /( around Greenwich observatory,

and was much impressed by the
IN WASHINGTON r wonders he saw there.

"This clock," said the official

Releaaed by WOT Features. who was conducting the tour raT

er pompously, "is the) one from
3 Schools Beset brlllsINSETTING Our Home-Town Stores which all the world takes its time.

t out the school ALTHOUGH I own no part of anyone It is the most important clock in

for the 1947-43 I have, for a number i the world!"

y school year the National Education < of reasons, a direct, personaland i "Wunnerful said the old man.

association points out j j definite interest in the stores of surveying it with open mouth.

0' that although the teacher shortage i --- my town. Among those reasons are: Then drawing a silver turnip
f. 'I :;; of watch at the end of about two
has been somewhat abated, : Convenience.. The stores my
feet of chain, from a pocket Lke
:: there still are many ills which'' town bring to me, for my inspectionand
beset school I selection the products of the I a sack, he said"It's. wunnerfuL
i' our public system. j
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'bout three
j of the nation An' just think it's only
\ farms and factories
! : The need the .
great now, says minutes fast in alL"
I and the world.ZInsurute..
association's brochure, "is to encourage II '\ I
some of our ablest young ''1 Personal acquaintance

a, people to enter the teaching profes I with the merchants and the
\ I competitive rivalry between the numerous CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

I stores of my town provide

I \ :, insurance against discourteous -
treatment and excessive charges for
...' I

\ l I merchandise.3-The Market Place. The stores LIVESTOCK
FATTER BOGS FASTER by Ittmvlatinf
I of my town provide a market placefor their appetites with Dr. LeOar. Hoc Pre
scription. Also .n ideal tonic for brood
the people of my community. aows and pics. Has helped increase profit
They are the foundation on which tot millions of bog raisers. SaUL I cuar.MISCELLANEOUS .
I
t the community is built. Without

them the community would not _

i irij i ti Ik1't' exist I DRESS FABRICS

.. I Values.. The stores of my town
; r ..0f give value to my home. It is the I BY THE YARD

I f : market place they provide that AU you want Beautiful quality tarelybattens
sion. For if education is a vital concern j establishes land and valuesin in Cotton and Rayon Silks Color.fast. .
; property ...
< I Buy direct from us and *e money.
of it must be in
a free nation my town and in the surrounding I Also Choice Quilt 5' eca. Colored Carpet
the hands of thoroughly able, well Strips.>> War eft.send .
farm area. It is on the basis of those Toda. for Prices.
prepared well paid, emotionally I values that the town and the community D" M IPEC1ALTIFSB '
I .
balanced teachers." j Bes m Tn" If. t.
function as a governmental I _: -- -- ---- - -
Salaries in most states hare I social and cultural unit. -

been raised daring the past two ,, i. ii Culture.. It is the values created I FEET ITCH?
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years to a minimum of $%,40:1: _ by the stores of my town in ,
for qualified teachers, but there providing a market place that make

still is a distinct shortage of elementary I our schools, our churches, our library BURN?
teachers in rural areas and our town government pos
and a "grave shortage of quality I sible.
teachers." I For Quick Relief of the aching and
employment.. The stores of
.L ii rnj boralnj ., Athlete's Fee&Ge&ATHELO
Another vital question is that of i I town provide employment for quitea
rehabilitation of the school plant, number of our home-town people.
long neglected during the war i MAMMOTH FLAG DRAPES BRIDGE . Largest American flag
years. It likely will take from six to ever to be flown freely, according to Port of New York authority, is These half dotes reasons and
eight billion dollars in the next dec this 60 by 90 foot Old Glory banging from the New Jersey tower of the many others account for my per- I sand $ins .. Wldnooo Co

ade to bring repairs and replace !I George Washington bridge spanning the Hudson river. It took 19 men sonal and direct interest In the 1 Chemical Diristeo. Klltuminc !a

ments ut-to-date. People will have using four winches to lilt the flag's 500 pounds and two and one-naif stores of my town. I cannot

to decide whether to build roads or I tons of guy rapes imagine anyone who appreciateshis

schools. NEA points out that roads u._ __..._ ..._. ,_ home town and all the advantages POULTRY, CHICKS is EQUIP.
it offers for pleasant living -
wait but children's minds can'twait.
can .
HELP TOCm BENS be pradtabU Ia7ensumwale
I disagreeing with any one or poor appetites with Dr. LeOar s
. these reasons. AH most realize Poultry Pre.crlptioo in aUthotr-.. l" d
by successful poultrymea verywbero.Tbo
I II the home-lawn stores provide best poultry teaia owney can buy.
I A Detroit writer put the blame for I' the market place on which the I'
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the sorry condition of the school maintainanee of the home-town
system directly upon the parents. depends. You Can Be a Partner

This writer said: i The stores of my town provide my I Buy U. S. Saving Bonds!
"Don't sit around with other
most direct connection with American
t\ I # r%
parents discussing the district- business that now is seriously
ful educational results that threatened by an un-American l eoJ.1

we're getting from our schools ogy. Because of what these stores i
unless have done something r
you d mean to my town and community; i @GetWell'1
about it. Have you ever met because of what they give to me, '

any of your kid's teachers? I feel an obligation to do for them, .
When parents give a whoop,
as representatives of business, whatever ,
education will come into its N" 'a ear
an individual can do that will FOLEY
own." And there's more truth assist in Americanfree G.gA CNp./
preserving our
than fiction in that. ;
e competitive enterprise system '
. r. of which the stores of my town are I

Ballyhoo In Bulk ; apart . :i 141rI

The voluntary plan to save food I I San Francisco papers used I

likely will be the most publicized scare headlines to announce introduction -
public appeal ever made by the govI I of non-breakable
,j 1 ernment in peacetime. From f
4 radio'l glass as a protective screen for I
newspapers, magazines, patrons at its baseball park. The
I posters and all other NOW THIS IS GOING TOO FAR . AH right, so the revelation Is uponus fans, especially the women
media will go forth appeals from ; the long skirt is here to stay and no one can do anything about it. dodge when they see afoul" ban "

![ the citizens food committee to con- But when fashion designers carry their insidious plot to the extent of headed In their direction, then

serve food. enmeshing innocent children In their toils-that's just too much. The look foolish when it hits the glass

While this peacetime appeal may dread secret came out at the American Toy institute show in New and stops dead. It Is the only

lack the patriotic appeal of war. York: Even dolls are wearing wasp-waisted, long-skirted outfits now baD field In the nation so

time, even when tied in with whip. . equipped, and San Francisco
ping public resistance against high I -- aAy again b proud of being first

prices seriousness of the foreign j ; .
situation is such that even though '
the War Plants
only a little, comparatively, is Scrapping

saved, officials believe the results When we entered the war in December I k -' -

will be worth the ballyhoo. of 1941, it was not only : l
. trained manpower we needed badly. I I
-. a I I 1.
'A. $ We also needed the equipmentwith
Kustif tft utJ ".0. to en tuniitntucrttn I which an army and navy could
., Ititt dud Itrrrtl tnutonbo fight In addition to commandeering F rOOAIITT"
I' utnttl to vilil At VmttJ SUttt .- every industrial plant that could
busy M Mouow. List July uvtrtl COK- _
.. produce war equipment, the government -
frttmtm vert aV tit II'." 'H, were ref as.l tads to ttuJj spent many billions in the Oil _
j .la.rdbo..d Itkor ibrrt.Stnttor KuouttH L- erection and tooling of new plants.
nous
t of CriM4, in ftttilittio would Many of those plants are being sold KEEP

limit ttt numbtr ./ USSRinters to tbttsct at the price of Junk or less Others OS. CUMWNU14
mtimBtr ft ,A..".e *. tiliztnt: ft- are being allowed to rot and rust
tl',1 to tnttt R..f.... Rtfi. EJitk NOM-M away. If there again comes a time

Roans (Rap, AUii.) argil dtforUttom of f when we need soldiers and sailors,
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M Rmain grub to tbt V. S. dad (0.
F.eww.t ./ Soviet tnd (/. N I as we may we will need equipment 434TKidneys

-6icWl. '. "..tfi -/ .tmbsij"' _' .* for them before the manpowerof j
. the armed forces can be of value.
I U we must sell the plants, it could /

in Reverse be on condition that they be operatedon
Pepper t t
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peacetime products, or we could
Although Sen. Claude Pepper of them from
protect
being destroyedby
maintains that be Help Them atM Blood
Florida has not
j rot and rust Congress is considering .,IIsTmTia
0 t Vests
done an about-face in his belated C the Body
a adoption of universal
support of the Marshall plan thereIs : I Y1dcIan. ire military training as a means of providing r from the btood stnaav BU
considerable task here that criticism and : arr*aaowteio ivy ta Mr Mrk-oo-
Florida army navy personnel, .o&M u Natws tstsns.sfai w to
of him by .
newspapers but no consideration is being given au" Ins' __ tbatt tt N&ahoed"r
may have been one reason why the to providing the ships, planes tanks, 1 c--tk.rr.era.ad spurn....*"*
his mind.It .
senator changed guns and the thousand and one items SysvtMw m bo ante taettsebe.
will be remembered last r of equipment without which personnel Pomstaat h haadaAo.sow actaVta swlliac.at Csnotsvtottiac i

August Senator Pepper condemnedthe is of no value. wdor wand lyis s sadet =
entire range of President Tru . -& loot
0 cabs....of k.r UadaaTVa-
man's foreign policy, particularlythe ordor ara soaMtiaMS .......o ai1 sr
'\ Marshall plan as loaded with Whea the Mormons moved too tnqo.at srtaatuo.
:
toi1C8 Into the Great Salt Lake basin, TVars tfcnM be os 4ooJX tbat*
conditions'
insupportable aligning tfialaMal ta ofeor taaa o .
alongside the U. S. i sagebrush was the only crop Dae.fSU.DossTs iao WOB wiuboopta.
didn't
r western Europe A BIO BOY NOW . As though Great Britain have produced ia what Is -Irhods far star taaa ferry rn.
the
: m opposition to Russia. Now be says : enough troubles it has U scoot around for clothes and shoes for this stale of Ctah. lot BOW Taer barS a ..a.-.w. nwd..

k -t be win go:cJs: adding j that the I gigantic root.. He's Ernest En.., Z3, stands 7 feet inches to his later what was Today then kit a years desert innrmmmmimi onr.4k bypnofsl starDOANSPlLLS. oaeotsttoeoutrr .
I plan has of political stocking feet (naturally shoes are hard to get) and weighs 357 pounds. contributes
materially U the
':; itrtegs be had feared would be Shown here with his mother the sizeable lad gets 189 extra clothing feeding of a hungry world =

,. >1 attached. coupons each year aDd still can't find a thing U bay that fits him
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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS .
FULL DEFENSE ,
: Three Have Sailed Around

Special Session of Congress Called ; Controls !' Globe Alone in Small Ships: }

Secretary of Defense James Fcr-
Only three men have anted the
Chile restal had a word to say about what : m ;
Brazil globe small
Break Off With Russia sailing vessels sin. ,
; another war would mean to civilians. 1 eiehanded. says Cof>ier's. The first

The word was government was Capt Joshua Sfecum wfeo. in i

France Moves Toward Major Crisis i: control. r.s 36-ioot sloop Spray left Bstaa.n t
He warned that any future war STAGE SCREENAD10 April. 1166. and retained there j

&*lcued b, WXU Feature.. i would bring far more stringent Kcteucd by WXL rtatsrcs.Bj i m July, ... having covered 45.000 '

(EDITOa'a XOTE ""ea .$..... are U"eMlO' b these tl..... the, .._ .. government controls on industry 1.NEZ GERHARD j ji j rn a. The second was Harry Pi. g- i
lie eeta i..r I...s sews aaahssu ... mt s..e ,MeoiT .1 Nr .re....'.,.'.1 and manpower to bring about eon who m us 34-iaot yawl Islander .
THE BREAKS speedy total monhzatioa. In so dome i i t>EA WAIN and her husband I left Los Angeles in Nvem- I

Forrestal fired what probably '1 >Andre Baruch, were rehearsing j I l r.ltIaDd returned m October, I
was the opening gun in his battle a musical show at CBS, and :' 1925 having sailed about 38.000 ,
Chile, Brazil Kiss Russia Good By as defense secretary. fcr a complete Bea, feeling jovial, was findingit : miles. '
nationwide defense system. 1 The third was Alain Gerbault !
hard to the
get right poignancyinto'rheseFcoIishThings.
Acting almost simultaneously, two South American nations- Appearing before the senate committee ." But woo In rus 39-foot cutter Fire- 3

Brazil and Chile-curtly announced severance of diplomatic rela- investigating the national decease when the went the ;. crept left Cannes, France in p

tions with Russia because, as they both implied, they couldn't program, be observed that she did the program with on plecy air of A.=::. 193. and arrived back at ;
stand it any longer. the national security act of 1W7! song Le Havre ia July. i9!! having
proper em."i-on.: As si::e reacaed the '
gives us the best machinery that :4%e ed "nHunatej 40000
Brazil, which beat Chile to the I the country has ever had for securing mike to sing, she sp.ed a photo '=,..es

gun by a few hours in breaking our national defense." ,I

relations, had the less valid reason! Two other witnesses, Thomas J. II I

for its action on,the surface, at Hargrave, chairman of the r iniuoos I

least Stated reason for the move board, and Ferdinand E; r- !
was given as the "extremely outrageous stadt, former vice-chairman of C.e !

\ and even calusoaious" articles f gear production board, sec.-dv.dForrestaTs ,
in the Russian press attack. 1 testimony that tne

feg Pres. Enrico Gaspar Dstra and i money and lives might hate Lin

the Brazilian army f I saved in the last war if :.r.i..s: -, :1mobilization

Rssna's Literary Gazette had fI I plans based ci Vi
oaOed Datra an incompetent sol War I had been utilized far r ire
fier and a Fascist It was the same ;I trates d;:d t.tr strategic materials promptly.
and tamper defense of the
westernbenusp.1ere
tsagazme that had compared President and the United 5tateLHe ConcensM of the three was tunt R lieve

Truman with Hitler, to which also had announced his JDte strong controls fa a future ? ir !
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the u. S.
strongly objected but toot
must fall upon production n: .a-
hoe to end once and for all" whatbe
no farther action. power and economic stabiLzat:a
called Communist
Chile, however, had a more deep- Chile's mine workers dictatorshipover The govetasneftt previously had Chest Colds( :

seated grievance Communist mnTtrattoo And in a burst of thoroughness announced: its picas tor mobii. _g

in the nation's southern Chile also ended diplomatic relationships industry stockpihng strategic ma- BEA W.UX t;
coal zone, ieadmg to rece&t labor with Czechoslovakia terials and keepmg a number of E

difficulties there, undoubtedly If no other end is accomplished munitions plants available on a Andre had cupped to her sheet r : !1 1PtltcTSarss

sparred the decision to sever rela- the action by Brazil and Chile at standby basiL music on the music staad a candtl i -9' t"I j
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u.s..
least may answer the Question owhether camera stet of himself taken before 'I
Cttfeaa::: Pres. Gabriel Gonzalez Communist penetration into U. S. ANSWER: I their marriage in which he was I .oet areaties.STI.ULATU. ewe s.e \
VUeia previously had accused the a nation be > beamsag rival I =I'assts..is. Itl stetana
actually can halted by Restrained I on songstress Dmah i Ladalseethga
I .. ,.........w_ _
Communists of planning to cripple breaking diplomatic relations with Sh ore' ,i --- .....
Chile's production of copper, m- Russia U. s. citizens have the satefac- i --f-: i
bon of knowing their government I i I I At bedtime rub throat chest
FRENCH CRISIS is not following an eye-for-an-eye Bob Hope is associated with foot- i and back wIth Ylcts VapoRoa.
: ban as weB as basebaB. he is sponsor I Relief-brlngmg action starts
m its relations with Russia
TRIBUN CALLSCongress High Stakes ;philosophy in the United Nations cf the "Bob Hope Junior Dons," I Instantly . 2 isaft et meet
I a team composed of Junior High And It keeps up this special
J to MeetCongress France was sliding rapidly toward I Warren R. Austin. U S. delegate School beys. It plays in a league of i f i Ptaetrsting-Sttmn2atfaY &0i -
a major political crisis m its m a strnrg policy speech, refrained similar teams, sponsored by Jim- taco for hours ;
,
I In the to
summoned by President precarious postwar existence. from answering rue Durante, Mickey Rooney and night VICKS ;
bring relief. -
Truman, will convene in Premier Paul Ramadier whose tr Andrei Vtshmskyswar Frank Ssatra The league is backed ;
cabinet had resigned followingmunicipal mongering : ---
November up by the Los Angeles Police De. -<<
at
special session noon, kind" ,
France s elections in speeches "m
17, to deal with: which Gen. Charles De Gaulle's c .,., but instead appealed : partnect curb. as a jnveaQe delmauency

1. "The alarming aDd contain Rally of the French People party ";!! to the U. N. -'! -- When

ing" high prices at home and. achiea surprising victory to reject Soviet demands -, '1
S. The pressing need for rap warned his people that the exist for curbs on ;' That current best seDer. "The I II
id-fire need abroad. ence of the nation was at stake. free speech. Moneyman," will re-imlte Ida Lu I ;i"
emergency
"To face a grave political situation | Vishmsky had demanded pin and Louis Hayward when it's : children. J

President Truman's summoningof we found it necessary to forma j that the screened by Eagle Lion the first :
congress a month an.!.a half be- concentrated government in order i United Nations take time they're worked together since l
fore it normally would have reconvened to give it needed authority in this W. R.Austin steps to prevent "Ladies in Retirement. Three hundred
marked a definite climax h
la U. S. domestic events for 1947 was referring to tor : talk In the United States. chase price for this adventure romance are puny. .

Although doubt existed for a longtime trying to justify) the fact that., after : Implied attitude of the U. S. was laid ia the 15th centary. at .,
as whether a special session the resignation of his cabinet he that it had no intention of being the court el Charles Til of France.

would be called to meet the formed another only half as large drawn into a mad-slaigmg contest Miss Lupino plays Agnes Soul tad ;I scorrs EMULSION- HElPS

two problems which have been It was possible, however, that he I with Russia. It would simniy state Valerie.. )lan ,__ a C : : ONG
screaming with urgency an year, it had been unable to gather together : its position without resorting to the .. ," ':"' _

was the only really logical step to a tu -$ zed cabinet I kind of invective that Soviet delegates :..,,, c ... eN ...._.:s UD '
take. Sig&iScaat was R madi er". fail have been employingSaid A Brooklyn friend took Meaty v.raws ..... .. __ aM ....... ....
,.. ,. ... .
WooDey to a theater whose marquee en.t> pe.i n.ti.at U ta.lro. .
N:. Truman took it decisively He ure to include in his new group anyone I AlIt of Vi stnskTs latest .. '
sign read "Carole Lombard and =:.. .::;;: ;
oa&rred with his cabinet, and he representing the two sUOI1.gestpotitical speech: "Mr Vishmsky's speech is .
Monty WooCey in 'Nothing Sa __. .rr..w..' ..... <. a 111GBfLJF.
conferred with key congressional organizations in France part of the propaganda campaign it :; OEBfiT FOOD TONICMtanl a ,
cred. his .
De Gaulle's and the Commu was first film; he "tact .... ., ..An
leaders of both parties. He did not party . designed generally to discredit ,
I played a German doctor who spoke iitaaiss ass ...etraani.J ,
ask their advice on a special session nists. Ramad-er clarified that omission the government and people of the DO English merely walked i! .& TASTES COODTHXT -
; he informed them simply that however, with the accusation I United States and to cast doubt bowed and on stage... ears Ol: T<*mmmtMOI
left"r *- ; mar ""avwr"
fee) was ca&ng one that General De GauDe aDd the I upon the sincerity of their peaceful .. .
**It is urgently necessary" he Communist party were following intentions." : \ tlaa |test t..it-

said "fcr the congress to take leg- policies that can lead only to the Vaughn Monroe, heard on CBS. ,: ii', powerful oounhutrtlSCOnS
islative action designed to put an end destruction of France. I The Mahatma Pleads wants to keep his four vocalists the : -

to me continued rise in prices . Meanwhile the premier had more Moon Maids, happy-but unmarried :
and to meet the crisis in Western bnmediateorries: His stream- ; thanks romance would break EHULSIOH

Europe f"Concerning toed cabinet was scheduled to go up the perfect quartet But three of -

prices, the Presidectwoukl before an extraordinary session of them long for marriage and children ,
the national assembly fr a vote of ; the fourth wants a ballet ;
net ask for ccwumer controls -
confidence If it fails Ramadier andhis
,ef but certain for authority materials.for European allocation government would resign career. -+- Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! I j.a

relit, scheduled to be given priority --- 4
NEW ATTACK: B ag Crosby made his first 'behind
ever the price muddle in congressional
studio walls" picture 14 years
action was highlightedby Zhdanov.'s Turn age. It was "Going Hollywood," 1 Jt

the growing desperation hi "Down smith the Marshall pantwas with Marion Danes, one of his first

France and Italy. the substance of the most late films and who'd hare thought > j.j

; One other fact came out. The SAO Iy revealed Russian verbal attack from those early: performances,
: s ....sAU ter w ,1iase
t million dollars previously cited by that he'd develop as he has .
against the U S., this time made by w aarw.as +o .w t. j
: Mr Truman as the amount needed Andrei Zhdanov member of the all- --+-- OK SINtCAO. ON KOOSTSBeware
let emergency aid to Europe before powerful Soviet politburo
i the Marshall plan could go into ef- 22tdanov who can be considered You may recognize the small
l feet next March had been revised stone bast of a pretty girl that
authoritative of So.
an mouthpiece
{ upward. Emergency dollar relief -.:....i stands ea a table ia "The Bishop's 1
viet foreign policy. told the recent Coughs
new was being considered in terms aice-eation Communist congress m Mohandas K. Gandhi, India'slitUe Wife"; Henry Roster has asH it ia
t ot from 800 million to a billion dol- at least eat scene of every ptctar* i
Poland that the U. S. is trying: to man of great strew is .e'. roffl OBB ee&
directed
When MonA
"extend its uower"-thus samclr re- ,, shown addressing a mass meeting Peggy
l stat ng the -standard Russian 'wolf : at New Delhi: where be caned married him and gave *p her That =
lazy.HEADLINERS screen career be promised< her that Hangrfrii
t cry of "Kmenean imperialism i for aa end of the factional strife }
I ? I More sobering was us declaration I that has caused the aught elthocsaads 'l1e she would appear ia every picture Cle=noo :.
directed-and that's hew he hast of tba
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of Russian intention to Mock ., Moslems aDd B .- kept his promise. trocale to keghsan expel '
and destroy the Marshall, plan, das slate the fauaguratwa- the deem laden ptisa,and :t astute ito
sear I which be described as the chief instrument two independent partition states months mad heal raw,tends; ta- .
of Arrerkan "impertalSstpolicy' of Pakistan and the Dominion af Five of the best known Juvenile *"Tn* traces.T n
your drogtist wan
i i and as hostfie to the Soviet India performers in radio volunteered to a bocce: cf Crecsnolstefa.&teat no you- i'

{ Union. ,. provide the background voices cf SersuatSng yoa IC &t1ibtbanyil "=
, Revelation of Zhdanov speech toPJand FOOD GOAL: children ia the "Screen Guild Play t'trc'kV arms the eoirgi: ar JW azs Q
t makes it appear certain ers" presentation of The BeUs of : : -,' ..i
t CREOMULStOtg
,. that the recent' reestablishment cf Christmas St Mary's." because Director BIO. -t

Jn; | Communism on an international. basis Steering the cation's food conservation :''Lawrence gar them their first bi fwCc AsQegtCoi&kcth itit
I J fa the guise of the "C minf rm." efforts;, the Prefects food i radio breaks. Ann WhitfieU is on
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, 'Z6.. the Communist information center committee: has set up a new goal : the Phil Hams-Abe Faye show; ,I

with headquarters at Belgrade was for the cub inatioa of the drive. It Dawn Bender is featured on "Cfee ;
i LN LYONS, ILL. Jackie De- earned out for the immediate purpose wants to finish by Chnstmas. ; Man's FasiUy"; Johnnie McGorern : ,
j ,"OI'Shi., (above) dangled sturdily of destroying the Marshall Dubbed the "kitchen cabinet"-fey : is on the "Red Ryder" series, HOT-I -

l from a trapeze, admitted that plan in Europe. Washington smartes the committee : Henry Hair is "Ricky on the Ozz* /
, he knows his ABCs can spell out Of equal significance is the fact t
has adopted this slogan, coined by Nelson show, and. Jerry Farber is a :-
1 i his name, address and phone numi i that Zhdanov has brought the U.S.* its chairman Charles Luckman: i regular on several programs. Weq- to le.rr es'r 0.. ... ;

t>er. enjoys a cigar now and th 1L Russian struggle for nsSuence ia "Out cf the kitchen by Christmas. ,i -: t.r; . Poe w.asww soc =

, IN' JERUSALEM . Henry A. Western Europe clearly into thopen. i Harrying to finish! the first lap < o.a CwtI:... IMn'OIa., ..... ... .._
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, the Marshall Charles M 4etoa who has -, & .
Wallace vacationing from the U. S. By denouncing in the campaign to help feed starving 1" >
political scene opined that if Gen. plan and u. S. policy as imperial Europeans by saving 100 mULon I> played Abraham Lincoln five times: caT -- a'. r ..-

Dwight Eisenhower 'ran on either istic and stag Rcs&a's mtentxra bushels of American grain this winter -l'l on the screen:: has been engaged to I ea CDT t t,
the Republican or Democratic tick- of miff tying them. Zhdanor was admitting the committee says it Is determined I portray him once more for one of pound lug. awes sa z v
;\ tt. he would win hands down ia the tacitly that Russia wants to close the kitchen as soon: the dream sequences to "Cfcnsto- swat eca a.aTsoosacw""awe

,; tit JH3 presidential electioii." Western Europe for; herself. as that amount is aar. hd.. ] pher Blake." His characterkaUon I' _
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PACE FOUR GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT: .
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; GLADES COUNTY v-Master of Monkey Business, is also 1 1a Miss Briggs is here to tell us a to have Olsle Hendry with us. He I tans Fla., won this prize. James.r- ,- ;.
he's arrived last week from Venus Fla.. H. Stokes, of Spain, Ala., copped; ',<;
master of showmanship and Bible story. .
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DEMOCRAT turned loose the clowns and prank Miss Moore brought us some and is already "one of the bunch." the prize for the biggest fish by aa'' '
players of his collection 'to roam : Tinker toys. We like them very Chapel Friday afternoon last out of state fisherman with a fear ,r :

.....11.. 4 Every Friday By the area. He completes the processof I much and wish we had another was held in the auditorium for pound bass. The prize; $19. vta- .J:
THE GLADES PRI\TI co. IM.MOORK reversing the situation by keeping box. grades 7-12. Mr. Morrison informed offered by George's Guest Boss*. "= Na-
HAtEJF. FLORIDACARR human spectators of monkey We are going to take home our us that local merchants had donated Rev. Creasy's string of fish firs -
antics Inside wire "cages," for mu- writing booklet. prizes for the carnival and won a $10 award from George "I
SETTLE. rablUh tual protection.The asked that we keep our fun clearof Beck's motor company, for the biggest ;

Six M....SabMriptlvB. _____Rater '1.:5 free monkeys and their hundred THIRD (;BADE doing damage to property, such string caught in the lake.
of mischief Carol Byrd as stores of these merchants and the Ramon McLcod. Jr.. eight years oil,, -
O.e TrarCLttrtd ____ g331 and one types are (By ) :
-- Ithe I t prototypes of any bunch of I We have several new library windows of their places. Idral also won $10 offered by Hendry .2:,.!:'
II I high school kids you can find. books. Bowen played" a trombone solo. "The County Motors to the yosasest ..

, (;. 1IS7 a. econd-cU matter.at UoorvHaven. May I There's no prank or trick to gain I The third grade has lest one of End of a Perfect Day," and Harry fisherman in the contest. > .
Florida under the Act of attention to the little .how-offs'l Iltl pupils. Grant gave a solo. "EstrelHta," on Dewey Tompkins Moore Hum :
t Congress of March I. 1(17. I that they won't play-for peanuts. Juanita Killeirew bas mered to the baritone horn Mr. Moye accompanied -I, fly-rod expert had a wonderful ran 'I
Alongside the lanes of the spec Arizona. each on the piano of lack early in the contest. hrtat; _
.. -=:.; tators' cages are the aristocrats of Giles Tompki&s browgfet .* a We have decided to devote al lag in three large bass one at ttr*._ :
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I -- the monkey world. It's with these pretty new picture.II few minutes of most borne-room, ,oe... one at fiand a half sadOne : } <_
i specimens that Joe Du Mond has periods (eicept Fridays to mask,I at 6 V pounds The latter but ::: .d;<.
Too Late To
Classify attained a nation-wide reputation .\M) ROOM vocal and instrumental, solo, dsetssad won him the $10 prize offered rParkinson's .

I with naturalists because he owns Mrs. Mmarteh gave a party, for other form Our first such I Clewuton. for the latest -I: .
lv: RUSSELL HAYs I IH and displays rare types that can't our class. Refreshments unsiatftfcg morning will be November i. when' fly-rod bass of the contest. BsB ., ,

j I I be found in soos. of cookie, ice cream and peach Mr. Grant ha kindly consented to Johnson whittled himself out a {tag :_ -<
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'. A Colobos monkey from the were served.In playa couple of solo on the piano resembling a cucumber and paint* tiv

Up in the middle west a scientist I II Gold Coast highly strung and temperamental I our arithmetic class we are I We wish to extend our gratitude It'd It dark gteen it not only caught fitV,:

want 44 monkeys, $5.000 and twoy I is the only one of its i studying the m.fcipUeati n fact*. to the merchants who donated a five and a half pound...., hdt. _
.*n' time to determine whether I kind in the country. And monkey All of o* attended the Hallo*eea I price for the carnival and to the won him the $10 prize for neat. .* r-

assets (do the ladies still wear fu is a fact and not a siaag expression carnival I parent who worked so bard and' made' lure catch. offered by Mas'dfa ---C.;", "; .
I in the eerie of this especially long to make it a big HUTO**. of Moore Haven. Phil ThMta's .::! ;
..?) are harmful to the female
fwa.My. ly rare monkey, once hunted widely SEVENTH: (;ILIIE |! Our class wants to thank Wallace! eight pound second prise wtsjief -: r,
friend Joe Du Mond. down in Africa because of its long I Jo Anne Cou!e ) Co>ner for making last week re- also earned him the rain coat and ,{.p.;:;

eta the southeastern tip of Florida : soft far.Fierce. I The seventh grade is very glad (Continued on Page 5)) !! hat offered by Al's Army Store asd ;iii'aD
mandrills, from the African additional $10 offered by C. K: -;;:. :.
to hereby awarded the degree of -------------------------------------------------- '
M. M. B. (Master of Monkey Bud- i Cameroon and Congo are raising i Giddea. fnrnitvre of Clewistoa, fer : 0_

Beat) by this eol.... lie can settle families, which they don't often Eleven Pound Bass Cops i the Urgent b*.s caught OB spoon or ": '"-'_

the monkey-corset problem In a : do in captivity The bright colorson ..pinSfl'0. .
taste's tin. probably with some their faces look as if they'd Mrs. Billy Peeples of Moore Haven

pretty good pointers for the haB -I been nosing in brilliantly-hued red Fishing Contest Hi Prize entered a five pound baa which S:.
.an rite becavae monkeys are like blue and green paints.I earned her the: $10 offered by Paik :
human. and Joe knows monkeys started to write about monkeys lason'a of Moore Haven to the lad :
from ape to &BY. in corsets, and finished by discussing -- I entering the largest baa who Bred .:

Having awarded the decree a d4IMllfIed humans in cages and monkeys Eight Pounder Takes win Remby, Waynesville, 0.. for in Moore Haves (the lady; not tat ':I"-
Joe as an expert, Im go- out in the open Bat it all ties up :'I fisherman coming longest distance,!: bass)
lag te go ahead OB the Job of saving -and whenever you begin to worry Second Prize Of $10. Bob and Pearl's Restaurant. I Danay Martin Clewiston, entered ; _
tbe up-north acienttet the $&.- about the fantastic trends of O. L. Taylor. $10 from Foantaln's i a fish story la thenopJtl' W-
Wf he wants and two years' time civilisation, brother, take a run Fifty Dollars I Trailer Park for longest bas. Al vision for which he received tie

a. well as wear and tear OB the 49nwwfceys. down to the Monkey Jungle 22 Riggs, 2625 Benton St., St. Louis I $Ie award offered as first pfU

He can use the five thousand miles soath of Miami. Joe or Mrs O L. Taylor, 435 N. Pine Street,' Mo., biggest baa aught by ot of for a fish story. by Clewistoa Ua. '
Da foOd will show a couple state fisherman Fritdl.,'. Trailer
smackers for another experiment you 1 I The same establishment also offered
where the odds aren't against of hundred monkeys that have Sebring Florida, romped away with Park $10. a five dollar prize as see a
him and If he gets: the monkeys he never worn a corset or a longskirted first price in the Okeeeaofeee big! The Mystery toner offered. $10 award, which was copped by J. S.
can send 'em down to Joe Du dress or a pleated nylon sport month bass contest together with' for the biggest bas by the youngest Taylor of Clewiston Taylor's Wry
Moarf's Monkey Jangle at Goulds. chin and what's more don't care five other prise, with an eleven angler Ramon M Leod. Jr. win be published la UK News M M 4a
Fin. He can use the two years anyway If they never do. They get along pound baM. eaagfct in Lake Okec- eight years oM won this prize with I space fa available. -j x
be watsMy all right chobee September 13. The
1 bill a 414 pound bass. Rev. Floyd
bass which was weighed in at
ST. \HTIV8 SPISCOPAI
word to the scientist is this ------ Creasy, representing the Clewa-
_no self-respecting monkey clown ;' derman's Fishing Camp weighed I' ton Lions Clsb copped a prise of I CHURCH
exactly 11 pounds two boars I
though he is by nature, is going to SCHOOL DAZE I some cash award and an engraved Ron- I>r. A. J. Uvrty Better
after being caught and measured
be straight-Ueed enough to stand son lighter valued at $20 for the
I 25 3-4 inches in length and 10 inches -!
for atrakt-lactng Professor Da S.4>nM>r __............. ........ Mr. Ioe I through. The bass caught, biggest string of baa*. His legal .'In. T METHODIST CIRRCHIev.
Mood will agree And I guess we Editor ....__ __ ......no....... Jimmy Click on rod and reel and a Dalton was Frog limit string averaged 4 pounds 10 W. S. Bozeman, PaMor
human would benefit by taking that 1 ounces The prize was given by
MorLtte Kditor__... Donald Parhamtiocirty Spot lore. Taylor ciaimed first
j attitude on' a good many other ....._.... ..._..... DorU Griffith :'prize in the contest offered by the LaMooreton Club. Chare Sc"ooI-I' a. m.
i things than corsets. Girl's Sport ............ ..... Joyce Click Hendry County Conservation Club For the oldest sportsman entered Morning Worship-11:.. a, m.
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Stow me a monkey with inhibition Hoy's sport ..._......... Don (iala...lnl for the biggest bass caught during In tbe contest Gantt brothers of The Methodist Church extends a
t *, or that straits lines of worry : The March
the contest lie also won the prize Moore Haven offered a fifth of Vat welcome to '0.
1 about keeping up with the Jonesesnvoekey FIRST (.It.IDEBy for the largest bass caught on rod I 69 Scotch whiskey and a fifth of School has a class for every a,..
( Jo*.ee, of course)! A within .>
Four Roses blended whiskey Homer You are invited to worship
and reel $10 Joe
by Griffin $10
: Platt
Charles
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evrset weuM cramp a m@nkey's.tyle. La- church worship hone
from !Sunoco; Station Clew is ton for] H. Roanley 61 years old of the regular
and he'd heaven and Mrs. Robinson gave us some au- I .
mere
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earth to beep out ef one for fear tumn leaves. They came from ,! the largest bass from Okeechobee; nnnn
h'd tOMe oat last In the peanut North Carolina. We think they are Lake; $10 from Alderman's Camp
raee. so pretty Me wan't to thank Mrs. for the largest fish weighed in at

Not that monkeys aren't Tain. Robinson. that camp; $10 from the Tropical Get the Habit of Shopping at
Nine children got gospels for Clewiston. for the first bass over 10
Joe tells me they are. and he should
I knowing John 3:16. pounds; and $10 from Fountain'sTrailer
knew. since he has probably the
We are glad Peggy is back in I Park Clewiston for thelongest
best collection I
of
'! of rare types school. bass. ,
I e monkey, as well at one of the largest 'lle" In
Wesley Is absent because: he hurt Phillip Thielen. Clewiston claim-
I collections of the ordinary.
his foot. We miss him and we hope ed second prize In the contest; ISO ii
prank-playing, hand organ variety FortMyera
I j I In the country. he will be back soon. cash, from the Clewiston Lions "Family
1 We want to thank Linda Lee for Club with a bass which tipped the
Some of these! rare types will the Halloween suckers she gave us beam at exactly 8 pounds. Thlelan'sbig Dept. ,
preen and pose like movie sirens of last Friday. basl also won him two other
11 the early flickers. Others Jolly Store" Fla.
prizes; one a complete rain outfit .
natured and operating entirely on FIRST GRADE tor the veteran of World War 11 catering
a hail-fellow-well-met theory, have Farabee the bass offered
(By Billy ) largest by
the persuasiveness of door-to- w
a Miss Brlggs will come today and Al's Army Store Clewiston and $10
door salesman, and will go through tell us a Bible story. We like her from the C. M. Gidden's Furniture
their entire bag of tricks to Store Easy Terms on Purchases $10 More
I stories Clewiston, for the largest or
wheedle a peanut.
Mrs. Ewing's class gave us some base caught on a spoon or spinner.
As a matter of fact a trip through autumn leaves Thlelan caught his bass on a rod BUT FROM OUR CATALOG-Over 1< .oo0 Item
the Monkey Jungle is one of the best I They are yellow, red green and I and reel using a Johnson Spoon
ways I know to see a panoramic brown. I! No. 2, and pork-rind. .

reflection of the antics of the human We can write the numbers to SO Mrs. Floyd Creasy, of Clewiston -

raee. And it takes only a tiny :: Carl brought some big minnows won third prize (first prize for s
stretch of imagination to identify for the aquarium. ladies) with a bass weighing 6W
each one of the nearly 20$ monks Linda brought us come Halloween pounds. Mrs. Creasy's entry :
in the JHB1 reservation with some suckers last weekst.roM ed her to a genuine Max HUtl:1 SOMETHING TO
I famttUr member *f the human raee.t makeup kit valued at $26.
There are. for example. a bunt > <; t\U.: offered by Mack's Drug Store !

t dyed or more Jaya moaktys Who I (By Tommy Hntchineon) I istoa Although the Her Floyd i
ran free in the jungl Arse u a We are not taking; a nan today Creasy, pastor of tbe First Baptist Always Ilettteiiher

-, Church of Clewiston. is a noted
fisherman. Mrs Creasy had never II

done any "serious flMm," prior to

-a fiomwhereIsitbyJoeW. the contest Clarification ,Prize Won WHEN IT'SExeelleilt

Twenty-four classification prise
I
were Judged in the contest. The

winners, prizes and donors are as
; Square Biscuits, fellows:

Bobbie Roland Clewiston $5
FoUd d dYOU
Yet! ; from Waldron's Service Station witha
six pound baas claiming largestby

a boy nnder 18 years of age LM '
j I tee by a neighborysg paper,that So at the risk of being called old- Golden Clewiston, $16 from The

the round biscuit is on the way out. fashioned Tm voting for nuitt Sportsman fhhlog camp, for the

rVes, sir home-management specialists biscuits, that fit a hungry man's largest bass 6 H pounds on cane I
have found that the square mouth like BO square imitation pole and natural bait. O. L. Tay-j ARE SEEKING

'biscuit lends itself te assembly-line ever will..and for American beer tor Sebriag. $10. Joe Grit fin's':

production and easy storage better served in the good eU-fashioned fishing camp, f.r large bass one

: ;than those customary ovals way, in tall cool mugs or ordinary rod and reel. 11 pounds. O L. Tay-l

WeB we're all for progress. but glasses, with frosty sides and bubthat' "Jor, $1*. 3ane Service Station,'

.. \ ; one, new idea we just don't bin winking at the brim large L. M GoUea.bas front$l0 Lake Howe Okeeeh AppHance.b e. :: The Clewiston Inn"The

cotton to. A round biscuit, spread mink 111 step out to the kitchen
Co., for largest' bass from &lake on 1
nicely amidships with snappyeonntrj for a luck right newt!
can pole. G. A. Davidson Clew-;
cheese lo.* like a biscuit! isten, $1*. largest bass from Jobs-i, South's Finest Small Hotel"

I .:: \ :And acc npanied by a mellow *.ns* Camp, by Dill Johnson 0.;

.: glass of beer, it's a combinationthat r i/lA."wJ.( L. Taylor Sebrlng. 'U.59,

-. you cant teprwe onl Alderman's, for largest fish from EVERGLADES COCKTAIL LOUNGE'f'
In at that station. O L. Taylor;
Sebrlng. $19 from Tb Tropical]
okt,19i1,Vnilti Stain Drenxn Fs.itdatiaa !
:.:_, .--f for first bass over 10 pounds. Ed-

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| win begin Mednesday under the three Vero .
") di- bof s ing these book pea can carry ea
rectioa of Martha Dowd and reallyan Jimmy dick liked Jean E. a better conversation ta das and:
f of as are anxtoms to get started I The kids didn't have weed trips that wewld surprise the teachers If
I PERSONAL I practicing We don't knew when en Saturday .
and SOCIETY i [i our first game ill scheduled. atglLts.I |J on ne down YOURSELF and have! Se a leek why at amt them.-me
The
t Freebman girl are progressing -j ca> "IP 1 Dent forget Book Week Nor.22. .
very rapidly in OU project; I Jessie Peggy art Den took ta ,: 1<- There will be aa
t.. ...."..._...._...._......._.......... ...._.......... . . . _ t_ We are all rather pleased with oar-;I the football game last Thursday the school. assemblyat
'-'- "-'-' - Ii ij Ii g g ; g ; to waich to paMlil-
selves. We got oar report cards]j! night in BeUe Gla'de'Real win
Mr and Mrs. Fred Fbnderr. excttwg. be Invited. The paper wilt
PERSONALS aDd last week and Oh, Brother! '' '
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f
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gab keep
children of Fort \\l1a11 i pets acted on wkea. wfiat
I the wtlt-end hen Lauderdale spent! some of tM be to do! Caau were I Guess who brewed iveo town Friday ] time, not why, s. keep raaltag aid
Mack with kte ),..- ..| site pleased BUT spate leand i night trait I
Greene was in Tampa oa,Ii| Mr. and Mr*. Fred FH de that set i atorSaad. Glad listening.
I
a bastaeas trip Wednesday.M. e. Sr. they really need to dig this': to see *ya agata Soaay! I

[, Mr*. HaaaalJ-D.- Holland ] sitweeksLet's all get dews to': There seems to be a new "....... POEM 4

C. Wale BBS retaraed from I< Monday from retaned -I work. Freshmen' I i J'Mi&aee" IGiac 08: Grab 'E u Young
a bastaeas trip to New Y st DeL where she bas Reaobeta 1IeaQ j t Me have keen hating an eaormas -1 I Better get np off yew kaeea It yen Tm*e me.-tajr tow
J the, AlUMr. bees speeding; amoaat of abeeateeism lately.:'Jimmy Click! t If yw daat love as. toy tow;

Al Stan.. or Naples WM a Das-: I Glorfa Pollard ha been oat oa ae-;! What so mereattag ta TtteIviUe. *.1. If yea kite me, twos my ksa..
lieu Ttertor kerc Moaaay Rev. Job ;;;;.- ]II. C. hope ClOUt of her mother' Utaeas. We' Jimmy Joke. WIlMa artBebbyT : Bat dsmt heap me tttttac a* "lies."
'j kudos Vowefl and Ve..eII'l everyoae caa let.. comtagateadttr. Ceaid it be those cheermedersT -,I told stops all aloha .....
apt Ball att aooa.r. .
Arthur Barron was M By tile way. Joaaa wa TO friisi to detf.
Ta.paboaaess w
. eased a Baptist Ckarek+ ......
ta
......,. Caaal jl I No. Cate! Meter
_. Petot Wedaeeday.MM. F'. A. \Ell S There. are saetors of sanest .

Mr. and _n. tee Tsatkmsa ..I Gladys Statts ... TIM prevailtag weather condrrioa*I Tin MIGHTY OI'nmWla.. There are meters of Mm*,
taraed Saaday satt tram a..{ .'* Peggy Stalls Miss base aampcred oar atricahw-e par.I We all eajoyed tile P.-T. A. Halloween Bat tbs Lest war ta moat hat
left
visit ta BaaaettsviUe, 8. car. tile weeks yesterday to speed gram a great deal, km we an still carnival Friday eight aid, Is to meter aloac.
f .Males.i ta Tampa sad Lake ta kapas of getting ta seat crop.belts .1 a* everyoae knows we were all abed Letter

MM. D. >r- DIMPlE sly Mrs. it's too late by tlr..... Ha! I There are totters of aciaat,
Carr Settle are vhrftsr today ai i 1 Mr. aad MM. Floyd Date of But Ia oar Chapter Program Work We bare all recovered new from There are mttet* of ton*.
Fart Mye 1 t tow were the gaeata Wiiaafiay aid we have act ap. the following goals recerrtag. oar report cards mat week. Bat tile beat way to hoer _
': nan y of her sister. Mrs A. O. that we hope. to accomplish dartag, As a whole I think we did pretty f Is to letter ataae.IXK .
Mrs. T. F. ak.....dsa sad Cheryl jwftfc j'HovdeakeU and ]& Howdeafcslti tile year: .... cad. rtag it was tae first

spent the weelk-eett }Jr. Saeri-! 1. Soparviacd Farming 1IbWe ..*. S.\Ur-Five-ream aesae
dan ta ......... i MM. JOb. Moere. Miles Jew (a) Each: member.. aa average had a practice flre-erffl this sal
"j Moore, Mrs. W. L. Bellamy aid of three enterprises, five improvement week. We were net eeme as fast 2t ..... Gan *. peed. asmtatyboase. .
I MM. 11 rs. L. M. ....,. ol-
H. Btaertoa attends* leaving the balding M
Mr. dm- a
aad 11 ra. J. H. DQler Hid a project and etaMtapptemeatary we co
daughter. J.... were visitors in i I|I tJ1ct..... meetteg, ta Caaal farm Jobs. UTe beeo bet practice makes J<<- t\K SILB H" bed asmcreto alter
Went Pate Beach Taeaday. [ Petat Teseday night.Mrs. (b> All members. learn at least 3 rabber tired ......rraws. capacity -
I I feet.This 4 en ft. This Is new ...-
fifteen Sew farm skflm.c i week far sometntag to take
Misses Iran* Seett aad Mas4aTeder 1 I Everett Casper sad ckOdreahave I ( ) 1M*. of member ,...udJa-j I ap space and to be a title differ- meat. Call, Apt. 3. CJewmts tasuniMUS .. i i1ti

were home from Stases University : refereed to their home ta ttaa ta .....nIoa. prescrrattoa. eat. seas of us got together sad
ta OaLaad for the j Fort Lauderdale after apeadtag sesk sad eaaaervatioa of toad. picked oar IDEAL GIRL aid BOY
wek-ed.
||k: oral weeks bore with her ,...... 2. Cooperative AcUrtttse of tile gophosaore risesThey are: Host; -!-,........ DIN

Mr. sad )bs Ray i Mr. aad MM. J. W. Adtiam.Caesar (a) Plan baying sad seBtag...activities Our Ideal Ruy grows everkis mtac Maajta; aaarntty '
have retaraed ken Cba..1 I ta order to rodeos the Eyes of John Braaaa*. choice varieties; write fat free
the sammer ta T Jokaaoa. eactaeer for the coat of operation Brato of Edward: Raadall.Atkletk catalog with rose ta color. Ty-Tes'
Everglade Orataafe District, aDd (k) Aid ta Ia.o.lIT..- Abilities of Jimmy Cram Rose Narerie P. O. Bax SSS.

Mrs. J. W. Cram is .pending a J. K. Besrd ley. Oowtowa m mher toefc sad crop Hair of Rupert Batt.Moatk I I Tyler T***.. 3tt..:

few days that week vWttag ta Tam of tile dtetricf board of supervisors (e) Coaaeratt vkaacrer ......... of Doyle ScottPersonality I
were kaataea visitor kereMedaeaday. with otter orgaalaattaaa ta site of Rely .....
pa. FOIL >.\LKta -> -na.--, J tadi
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cammaaity. Physique of Nell Taylor. t'
dewmtoa, fl.**. **k. Oh*
_n. Own Stara* retanad!L 3. Commaaity Services Our Ideal Girl .
acre mad Palm Reach 5
Wednesday night from a vmte wttk! Mrs. Ward Robert and Easeae (a) tail veteraa amt ......- Eyes of Peggy StaUa.Brain room ..... sad acre of land County.9" *.*
relatives ta Miami and Naples H. Bowyle were ta Port Myer yesterday tag auiicemea.k : of Joyce Osck. cask. One furnished tar
I apartmeat
I to attend a acaool of tatraetioB ( ) Saoaeor display Legs of Annie P. Bryaat.
a eommaaitjr I rent, 2S.v. ... Letaer.WANTED .
Mr. ad MM. lee Leamaa and for ematoyeea of tIM Pro- of oatataadiag work. Hair of Jo Aaa HarvelLMaatk
Mr and Mr. O. M. PkOUp* weretraitors ..... sad Mari etiap Admtaiatratfoa. (e) Eacaarage and assist ta repair of Mildred Oaee.PersoaaUty I

bare tram Naples .....,. of farm aaftlaer7.t. of Betty Arnold. I
Leadership- Figure' at Jessie Braaaaa.THE !

Mr. sad Mia. R. !d. Jerdae were : Tote for Ceaaerrattoa DtatrietSapenrtoon fa) Aid boys ta solvtag assae at'
...... viators ta Fan Myers Sat-j ta tomorrow deeitem. tile problems they will be eoa- LUm.\RY n.ru Cotton rags, no buttons.

rtoy.MM.. fronted with dmrta- Ufc.k (Elsie Mae Story lOc per pound. Bring
( ) Eacoara&e any train boys to Look out Mnaenta! The library 1;:
Joe V.----V.... sad Jaaeretnraed Hltn.R.Jll nIlX .O," IHs be better ..... baa many new reference books I'! them to theDemocrat

Saaemy peas. a weeks visit 1 \Rn- O\ ism: ninxiiniv (e) Have a purest aid SOB ....- Soae of them are big bat they :
ta Mlaasl.V. I "at- really cover good material. And I I
I Barbara Hntcktaaoa celebratedher 5. Earatets aad Saving*- interesting! Just think! By read, Office
F. Bryan is ptaaaiag to at- twelfth MrtMay on October 28 (a) Increase chapter earning by
tend tee Pteride," Georgia football'I with a party at the home of her takiac adraatage of opportunities -
game Jehaavffle Satarday I!I paresis, )lr. and. MM. A. G. Hatekteaoa. to make and save money by

keeping atcarate record of all I

Patroiaua Jobs Getter b .....1 Several game sad contests were transaction sad encouraging,
tag GIlt week en special dnty eajoyed, Jo Aaae Cone wtaatag a thrift practice j I COLD WEATHERWILL
MtaasLMr. prise for gaeaeteg tile aambw, of 1'- Osiadaet of Meetinma I
-- betas ta a Jar. A Halloween .r-'f* ( Have ? real *i-hP-1ul \ineoilnjf :<

sad Mrs. A. 0. HowdeskeUad was used ta decoratlea and n ameatt. -' wil"! a pla 1, 1 -i
Erie were ....... vmtters taPert Saadwicbea, cake aid <'ol -- trff nv ncial H SOON BE HEREDon't
Mysn Tsoelay.Ray. were .enred.Eajoytaa :: '''' .-- -
; tile affair were Jo (a) Bavjarage: and iHinsorwketeeame be caught without adequate heating

filer ., a...... ceadnct- Aaae Coat. Aaaa Crew, WUmaStrlckmad. recreation in l'OOPf'r-1 facilities
food service at the Mitksamt ChurebSosday Betty has H.. Id- attoa with school and comrn un-,

fa the absence of the pas lOa Aaaie Ha. Taoma, JeaaBleaat. ity. I

tat. Rev. W. S. Boaimss Mary Low Oajaat Barbara s. Sekabvraktaa \Ve have a new shipment of heaters
.
I I Ala Dapree. Kaacy Boyle and ( ) Strive to have 1t1t-' of
'
Stan Stall.. a Modest at Floridaralvererty. Carolya Ceokaey.Mil's. members make at least i 5% on arriving first of week
spent the week.sd kerewltk I ail Mb Mt< by eacouraglng every-j

his nether. Mr*. GINs .\iKiHo>TOSJTO oae to we their. school time wisely. :
Stalls.Mr. j 1I"'IOIt'' t+(N1lY We the F. F. A. boys and our darU -! Electric and Butane-Propane Gas. Electrics
r are very grateful to the P.-T.
I Starting at $12.95. Butane $29.95To
*. Helen MeK .sd, k A. for letting ns take an active part :i
Mr*. J. M Adkta wa* a *u** to!
tag the Crippled la the very successful Halloween, $39.95
repr..t-I the Methodist Woman S d ty of
mission of St Ptot.rr.. Chrfetiaarrtoe Wednesday carnival peasered by the PT A. :
OIl
Th r".j to visit the co. It may be of interest ta many of ]
Bl.kt at Uw Mere Haves H..... j jI '
Mil offk nd to InveeUftle : yea to know that we made a ouaibteed i Special orders accepted for fuel oil heaters
.
ct.U-1 I MM D. C. >>..... . ....
dren fa weed. of attention from net profit of $8t! : 3.. nn our I !
had charge of the meeting :MM!
ssusMHea in this area. I I hot duo.Stink stead and the tie- : Starts
II I. E. Scott led. tile derotioaal, as- at $69.95
t are dachtsg" booth*. This wasa i
witted by MM K. P. Ewing and,
a! made possible ..4 throucb the very !
inter-
BoaMta.v
fiN Myrtle I
..tic!; proxram wa ta charge of i; fine Loyperattaa we '.Hn.,1 andearaeatly
I Glades
Household
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Vr K loder.. HcJt yoar urn in -i tonfMeaee -

;'/'' The hostee, *miat.d by Mrs.k sad cooperation

k rare- Hardy aid MM Versos,
,. '" lz:.ih-s +nred deMctaai ptaeapple] I wander WlTTs lees DA-HKc..wkat would hap- Appliance Corp.Glenn .

tt-CQ.\ -a'ad and coffee to Mrs. Bewey; pea BAL --."
\l. ; Haanaa HoUaad.Mr Brower
MM
Tompktns I *t deat* paseed N"gridtsts. His I Mgr.FLAMINGO .
!< 1 S Click sad Mrs. Brad-t .
f-'rd. ,",Iton. and Mra. L. E. Far-i I Leis Cox .....t like Don Galas- -
Dam Mrs Mitekefl._ 0-.....!..mlJesate .

SUB *oJ MON"Yearling", Mrs O. E 31...... Mr*. Gladys i knew her ....,.. ; I

Stalls. ]II.... I. r Scott Mr*. Bwtac.MM .I Tke typtag atwdeata coald typeJaass' .
; Y...... Mrs. CaroUae Babe V..absib hair tamed
TMtateator) i i, )l... R I. ....... Mrs. D. CCorms. 1IIIft.

A..1k-He(Ia ., Jill.... C. H. Settle. I "J'IIe....... tines had another bo>

I, P ant "y really did
f I (
CUUrwi Under t-2ie 0
Dazi : brisk
| School -- J i up.Flied hiekea. were ser.td at ehc ,

WED. a4 THCRS. f i touch lsekati .. I
port la ""DM oa his recent trip te1 i piggy ......'" danceEapsrt

Doable Festers) Waakmgtoa j ware eat railed C::t>>o;

i| COME ON AND WORK SEVENTH < Gesraap ..... could r.rOTp a. ti ;
"Tarzan and TheAmazons" !f GRADE AND WE MAT WIN 'l"llATI i j DAIRY FEED.r

POSTER CONTBST ...... ......t talk. j t
Jtoyoa Click dldal )get her l..!isetrk. I''
:M\TH 6RfPEM I .
ad M ( By GenMtae Laagford and >. Second period study hail <.".jditalk. i ii I Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
Backlash" Nelda HowdeahMI) ]! i! ;

Here: It .. the week after Railed 1 We wee permitted to chew gut If!, Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users '
k weep ant You ekeald have seen 1 torts Griffith didn't like beys.Everyone i.

{ eteijuae oa May morning We: had peawfl sad paper I FOK Str.F 'V TIllS AKEA AT DEHVDUA1 FLAJCT IS ;- 4..
no. sad SAT. all ..,.,.. oateaNe* at theH-' Joan were not VIle of the "BigTwo f MOOKE IUVEX
{ sal sad of coarse, afterwards Vfe .- r -

"Bowery Bombshells"I I are tratotai to the merchant who Joan E didn't bare a temper. WOBURN CHEMICAL COR .- (N. J.)
EAST SIDE KIDS I donated pviirs to the bingo stand. !\ Joy S coaUa't play a clarinet. MOOKE HAVENFLO'JDA -
Ii II I The total smennt cleared was j54.!! Meere Haves bad a toetban team.Det. .
i Jut think! BasketUH season Peg, Jess had never met I
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) > 1Es1 TODAY Give your white blouse a bright

and light touch by wearing one of
the small chiffon scarfs tied in a
BT lonlt _87 SEW TO if DIP! bow at the neck. They are obtainable
in bOy green, lemon yellow.
SCRIPTURE: I Peter Daniel L crimson and many other lovely
DEVOTIONAL READING: Psalm a< colors.

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A Call to Right Living !,i An easy way to do scouring is
to use a cork dipped in scouring
powder.I .
Lesson for November 9, 1M7 _.-
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i i-I your china baking dishes have
UNDA Y'S lesson is based 01\.the :: become slightly discolored, try
r First Epistle of Peter and the ,i using a little whiting to clean
first chapter of Daniel It is a tem- them. Rinse well m warm water.YbureSIuggish.Upset.
perance lesson. It is suggested that !

I Psalm we read, in which the 24th we I

I i find this question.
Who shall ascend
into the bin of the
I V, Lord And the an-

swer. He that hath J7t
J clean bands and a O o %

: I pure heart.
Peter gives us the
spiritual basis of ;;

temperance. Daniel J i1 Q
0cep
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gives us a shining --
example of temper- "
Dr. Newton ,
I ance. And the 24th NI 00t
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Psalm gives us a dramatic conceptof + /v
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what it means to face God in
the right attitude of life. WHEN CONSTIPATION make yes fed
\. peak aa the dtckeaa,boats oo stomach
: upset soar taste gassy discomfort.
How to Grew : take Dr. Caidwela tajoovaseama*
Strong to qmckJj puB the trigger on lazy "toMrds1 -
doctors ten us how. to grow tad help you feel bncbi lad
lOUR
sound bodies. We are : clapper aims.BR. .
I .ctnww.'sis0ewondahdass- ;;
to eat the right food, sleep regularly i> .laxative contained ia good old SIR*
'I breathe deeply, etc., etc. Dan-. PepcM to naka it a*easy to lake
I liel did all of these things and something MANY COCTORS ue pepsin weputtioa .
I more-"Daniel purposed in his ia prescript!omi to nuke the BMdt
; I heart that he would not defile himself cell man palatable sad atrteabii tatike. j
: So be sue your iaxaova is coo-
I with the portion of the king's tuned ta Syrup Pepsin. '
wine which he drank; therefore he MSIST ON DX. CALD-'U1'S-d1e'avonti -
'I requested of the prince of the eunuchs at rtmi *t for SO years,lad fed y
that he might not defile himself Cut wholesome r8-f tram oosanps-!
boa. Erea finicky chil4rea tore a.
a
Daniel 1:8.
I CAUTiONs UM salt M directed.DRSCMDWELIS.
Daniel was challenged by the
prince cf the eunuchs. He predicted I
: [ that Darnel and his companions :
would become pale and weak if they
i refrained from eating the king's : SE\LAXATIVE
meat and drinking the king's wine. :
Finally be agreed for them to tQNtAMD" SYRUP PEPSIN

refrain from meat and wine for I ------ --
ten days, and at the end of the I 1
r ten days, behold, Daniel and his i '
companions appeared fairer and 'NN
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; fatter than those who had eaten "

t intemperately.. ;: WH 'NMVSTRIMur
!! e
f modern mothers now .*e ctua
: Every Youth Must Choose dun,white,chest rub. Relieves mmca-
f 'J'I: I lar soreness,tightness of cokU. Try ill
A S DANIEL chose to grow strong''
I 1 i el
f through temperate habits of (I.

\ : I eating and drinking, so must every _
choose - - -
t I youth between right living t
t h and lustful living.

f And this lesson sets out the
t' ways by which such choices can '
t be made and sustained. I find a l tf i
: helpful word in I Corinthians 10: t w -1

31: "Whether, therefore, ye eat
t I or drink or whatsoever yon do,
do all to the glory of God." 1

t As we make the choice between r "
;t drunkenness and sobriety, let us remember h
; that we are choosing between
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1 God and Satan-between the
i example of honorable parents and
t i : the example of people who have desecrated
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sanctity.
every t
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t Disciplined Lives
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I \\rHICII calls into mind a word
I have not
I ; we always treat-
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ed fairly. I am thinking of the word ,
1. "discipline." Too often we have'
I t regarded this word as somethingvery
austere when as a matter of
i : fact it is one of the really fine
l i: words of our language. It means You CM ttt a Caravan Top t* it your
I "one taught. Ills the word which j make and mode!of picktiB track sat
with slight difference in spelling, ,I S or 6 f c dtanace to suit TOUT ipeu&c/ oeed.
F \ I gives us "disciple." TV waterproof mildew mutant,heavy
dock cover fits trim lad et over a
I Tbe Immediate followers of I I sturdy aluminum frame cooformint t*
I Jesus were called disciples. They i the TreaaaSacd cancer of your crock On
were young men gathered up : or off m a 'dy. Snide fur-net opouag
I from the everyday pursuits of life. each side of back ..
.. Most of them were fishermen. .
men who faced hardships every
<. night as they confronted wind and
I wave. And yet these rough and
.5 I tumble fishermen became "the
I Unght" ones ef Jesus

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l! MAKE this test in your commu
whether you live in the .Ls e .a t
city or in the country. Look at the
lives of the men and women about
:
1 : you and draw your own conclu-
sions regarding the worth of tem-
perate living. Study the lives of the eo- -
drunkards against the lives of the
men and women who have refrained t 2//IuJSu/
I drink.I Wilt
from
strong BXII ititt an rams u
appeal to the verdict of history RHEUMATISMNUftms.LUMBACO
I -the test of time. Not only
i ta the case of Daniel, bat In the
t. i lives ef the men and women in
every eommmUty ta America Is
.. : ; daily borne out the truth of Sun .
; 1 day's lesson-that God glveta lIS r
1'-; richly aQ things to enjoy but we IS
'f..> must we his gifts with disciplined
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pure Indian? much feet of leaf
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A man is never se en trial as
t tI guards the gates of Hades is I completely cover two acres. in the moment of good fortune.
named what? 4. Cerberus. .
5. What is the only state split 5. Michigan. ,
Character is not made in a
completely into two parts? 6. On December 15, 1792, by the crisis it is only exhibited.-
6. When was the first life in- Insurance Company of North Robert Freeman. .
surance policy issued in the U. s.? America.

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Family Ties By Gluyas Williams To Cemetery in Uruguay -iI

Montevideo Uruguay, has a 4 :
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walls in which the dead are sealedin
crypts arranged in seven hori-
fo zontal rows whose total height is
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Anyone wishing to attach Cowers .

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P.\GR .iUHT GL\Dlli ("nXTl" DEMOCRAT FHID\r, \OIKMBEK 7. 1947
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LaBelle Ties With i. Week will be Initiated tor taws the eastern< ad lower Everglades otetiea of the flood proMes taMori be grouped together. aDd oa. Use basis
II of couoty-wtde vote the' ausiape le-
areas IB seed of the greatest pro- wiU produce considerable benefits **, CoL Tonic said. relying the hsrtu-=t n m'. er votes

Okeechobee T"nursd& !! tectiou. The pia. is aaBouBced recocataes -i to South Florid by *tII CoBservai among ttu111 in -"m_ ..."'reap will
y be e""d. Th \.t. .to vote
a principal based oa ,recent|I i of water for useful purpose* for three :) TruMi < ,...t not for
i of the I', s. Soil eo..er.a-f i|i rather taaa wasteful diacaVrce te LEGAL NOTICES BK>r>- than on.. ill .i. *m n' group
Littl ran be said for the La- surveys Tti. andiditte do n..t I in .a 51'.....*.
Be keeclaobee same played last.'yluradaJC tine Service that only about twelve,) the sea, thus aUertatUw ,...tag of i oFlLtDotl each runs age- ...h ..f 'tt others
Nrtlb; 0" :\ t .ti. s NCl'n G Of a "GUnt\ -wid.. t/<.,...
Bight at Okeeckebee other percent, or 1.OW square Bib, of coastal areas BOW caused b> huge I ')' ther
Z appruvt or Iwapp' 'te
tfcaa the score ended m a tie <-'. the Everglades land is suitable for volumes of water ftowiag from the su4t; OK I>I"TOti Ia4IWDRAIt ; "n h.: mills of district tax: : to be
I ..-term agricultural use and that Everglade during end periods, (2) %OE UI.THIt'T ... rS "IoU..ct.d xnnualU for the
It was the hardest fought game i ., .. -.jlino :!'.are. within this
.f the seaaoo and the local loyal! the most profitable use of the remainder Conservation of organic soils by pre- : Notice it hereby green that, puruant . tntl; ',\ :d, school dletrtct.i .
Barter Coach Claude Williams pia is to devote Urge toj veuuig shrinkage and burning (3I> to call of the Hoard. of S.lp.- ..r tHipprove* ach,,o] term.
Tiaore of Dtfton Islind I'railuBttrict. !>!! \f<.r which the school board has
ell a "very good game" conservation areas and water 1m-. Improvement of conditions favorable arH la arcoruuurtlh Section r. ..miorroled I1* mtttoh .)
Oueeehobee made tM OM and, pounding Naturally, it is maatfa- to the propagation and ......euace' 14S4. Article 1. kaptrr III, Title F..r building reserve fund I \ll First INMJIII lOf the Compiled : which the count) board has
oaly touchdown in the ant quarter tory that the plan provide adequate of fish aad wildlife within the conservation General Lw of Florida. iU1. andlaws ., recommended 4 mill>
LaBelle in the last Both attempts protection to the populated areas areas (4) ABtettoratiea amendatory thereto. Ute anneals 1 BOARD OF PCBUC ISSTRtXTlOXGLADES
.. meetiag of the landowner of OtstoB OOCKTY FU}R1DA
felt the poiut that would throw the: along the coast to prevent. a recurrence of inter temperatures to prevent Island Dntaace District for the year i I Margaret Faraamv Superintendi.t.Oet .

gsaae to oat or the ether eoatestaau of the flood conditions re.1tIac some frost daaaajge to marginal, tH'ZOIU .be held ta the <'.wrt, RooSBIB j IT %4, 31; Nov 7. 1M7
.. from the hurrfeaa of Satemfetr .. agricuhure. Uatetcwa the Court House In the City of
and (5)
.. were blocked. I Moore Have*. rtorflK <'. MnaisjNovember .
A. the News went to press Cdach aDd October It n. i of a hither freak-water head to resist 24. 1MT. at ::ttl' clock Ta I
the afternoon. Eastern Standard Tim. L:><1 TUB UKCIIT: OUKT VI" THE
Williams was still trjriag to schedule , try emfiBeers believe that pro- ; the encroachment of salt water for the ..irpos s ot TH..TH Jt int. CIRCCIT; or*
a game for this *.k. into t'elaid.1 water sap, 1. nlectieg sae Supervisor for a FLOHIUV. 1AM) FOR "DFt
vision of bask water control faerH- term of three J .
< > years.iac Ol'\T' 5CHe\tantt %e.Hr
ply of lower cities and
east coast
-- ---- 2. Beceii aaaaal reports sad \URCU
ties within the agricultural area the open-weU Irrigation sources e* taking reek action with respect,
Trustee Eleceion- I therein the landowners '
as mar
providing protection and water service many coastal farmers.Col. detenatae. sad OTIS RAT MORRIS <1

for both water t control and i i 1 Trmnsxtlag each other bnaaM Ptalatiff
Teal further stated that the
(Continued from Page 1) drainage approximating those now as aaajr properly c>s e before the vs.JOSEPHINE
; initiation of the program ta subject meeting.BOARD CXH-ASANTK MORRIS.Defendant. .
Moore Haven city hall rather than provided on a smaller scale by some I I OF SIPBRViaORS OTDISTON j
t to many provisoes, including An ISLAND DRAUtAQB
the courthouse of the existing sub-drainage ells
|i exhaustive economic study now DISTRICTBy TIR TO APPEAR
For precinct No 4 the voting trict will enable existing agriculture : X EL Friereon. Pre..ident.November I II IOTat. TO: Mrs. JeeeBhine Colasante Morris
a Store withWm. nearing completion to determine. the > 14, 194*. SIMD- Mountain Drive : .
place will be at Shell's n :J
to operate on a more dependable -'I'I relative ration of benefits to costs Philadelphia, Peaasylvanta ,
C Laaier, Jr., as et< When a favorable report is made by ia the court above deHftasd
Mabie fink, Mrs J. J. Hogan of expansion of agricultural :\ K 0. KCTIOt appearance -
program I army engineers to congress, actual I TO LK1T THREE.4115)01.. on the lath day of November, "' !
and Mrs. R. F. HaskewFor activities to ultimately include j 147. at Uw ( ''ourt House iaiCeore
TRt TH--* \M TO DHTI-HMIM 'O-L.:
construction. be pointed oat will
County. Florida
precinct 2 and 5, J. development of all organic soils I MILL\i.K TO HK LJ.\ UU Haven
F'I require the. proper coagr !eio&al aad thereafter to file such! defenses
Cross, clerk. Berry Summerall, suitable for long-term agriclIlture.1'j as you essay desire or be advised .
J. RMsdlll and Clyde Summer all authorization aad appropriation of Notice i. hereby give that aD election IB response to the suit above :;
After removal of the excess water .
| will be held Tut-. November .j
funds for prosecution *f the works Jay entitled, which U a suit for divorce.
with the voting place at the J. JRMgdiil from the protected area, during It tail, during the regular hours for Glades County Democrat u herebydesignated :.
home The expense of such a construction holding elections for the f+>lh>w'ng as the newspaper in which
flood periods. the main canals can J
purpose: this order shall be published once a
involve contributions
program some -
For preetecu 7 ad 8, J. N. be utilised to discharge water from may 1. To elect three C?) school Trustees week: for few consecutive weeks.
Click, clerk, Mrs Lorena Skipper the from local interests or for GU4t Special Tax School Herein fail not under penalty of default .
Lake Okeechobee through protested
District wkieh district w _e....-
state source in addition< to the us-
Mrs Martha Thompson and Mrs area into the conservation sive with the boaadaries of Owes :
ual requirements of local eoeperatk County). Only one (1) of such Tnut- DONE AMD ORDERED at Moore
A M. Williams with the voting
area. The conservation areas included Haven. Glades County this tick day
eta may bo.electd from acb Coen-
place at the A. Van Brock home. I are further believed to be, >n. ty School Board resMence* diotrtct.Tbrie ef October 147OrlTJClAj i
For precinct 9. J. II Van Cleve. The afforded three (I) 'l'nu.teeaII beelected ( SEAL IMPRESSED) ;.
capable of alleviating much of the spJesdfd cooperation -I by a countywide vote but Rot /ft D 8. WKEKSI,
(clerk A. Bernhardt. Fred Schauer attendant evils of overdrainagewhich by all federal, state and local more than one (1) of them shaB Cfcrk: of Circuit Ceurt.
Porteboeuf with toting I I come from the same comity board Oades County. Florida.
and Ernest
have developed during the agencies with the corps of engineershas
number residence district OB the COU8K 4 JOKKBON
at Ernest Porteboeuf home. past SO years The provision for been an important factor in the I ballot to be used in this election all :. Moore Haven. Flocks J

----. --- I water retention on huge areas of I rapid progress being made in the I board nominees member from residence the Rae district coujty shall 'ova tiers 24feif,PrnMUfl HOT. T. j 1

Drainage Board- _ _ _nnnnnnn_____________ P.


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EVERGLADES FLOOD CONTROL PLAN
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crease the rate of discharge aud that ...
all openings in the north levee of JACKSONVILLE D DISTRICT '

the district be closed to prevent CORPS OF ENGINEERS '- f

flooding of lauds within the district SCAICJN MILESOKEECHOBEE '.
Aa a provision for future drainage' o n o to to ',
of the area it was recommendedthat y j

the government levee be ex- i

tended westward to connect with I 0 EECROSEE ( r"

an existing roadway, about a hal ,
j
mile, and closing the Creek channel iStv1R

which has been washed In daring ,

the flood; that the ditch along the L

outside pf Newball Drainage Dis- ,. M A R T I N 1J

trict on the west be opened to allow "J J

water from the affected area LAKE

to flow into the Caloosahatchee, j

necessitating a culvert under the GLAD ,uP1TERJ
railroad; that Lateral A along the -

west city limits of Moore Haven be LANAI POINT

improved to give better drainageto MOOSE HAVEN PAMOKEE y :; ::;; I ,'>
colored quarters; that adequate C-

controls be placed to prevent I '

overdrainage during dry times. I .# A6R/CULTURAL AREA / K T PALM B ACH

It Is understood that the Everglades I BEILE GIADE:. uvJfeL"
Drainage District will stand I

the expense of closing the gape in II

the northwest levee but whether or!I Msp 'B E A C I 11 .

not they hare figured any method . ( )

of financing the remainder of the,, HENIDRYII\c\\\ .

I work is not known. -

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: of the board that there are now as ,
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many liquor store in the county as

law permits.A .

lengthy discussion of flood control

projects followed and a matter ,
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of right-of-way for State Road -f .' I fART .;
78 at Harney Pond Canal Involving I : C 0 L L I I E R LAUOERDALE f.

P acreage recently purchased by the ,
state from Joe Van De V elde.t I I .k- PROTECTION AREAPROTECTON

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Engineer Planck k

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and South New River Canals (S) Q I I AREA -

Constructing a pumping station at

the westerly end of South New River '.

t Canal near State Road No. 25; and crn L.-__ ,_________ //// II ;
(10) regulatory controls for discharging HITS 0EYERCLADMSTRIC --'\....- .
water when required from w M N O E 'D AIMAGE "
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the various conservation areas for

j water equalization and flood control I -. 0 :- '- ."
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; controls will also be placed in ,- ; .
F o a rE ..
the Tamlaml Trail to control water : !;I d
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,. surface elevations in the area north .. -.. :

thereof. While the Everglades plan : ::..' ;: -;. ( -:--_

is nearing completion and the above .. ,""i'.' "':"- _
; Items are generally fixed, certain .
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: reservations and additions may be j :, Co ..

I necessary before final completion . .: ) .
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The actual construction of a water j : ,. .-. ..., .
control program of this magnl

I i rude for the Everglades area will ) .

i be ste -br-Itep process Involving !"r ,.,., ,' ;, / -... ......

t several phases or development, each : '.... -.":,
I successive phase to be provided If :.."... ,
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and when the need becomes evident t I LEGEND ... t"s.:

= EXISTING LAxe OKCECMoece ttvtttr '. .

*""'"T'-" CX1STIHO LEVEES .. & tMfHOVEMeirTa WU. It kUK AS NUDE0.MMtwtiwtww ,

CO $tOe*EO'NEW UVEES. '

Mark R. Tennant ;;' ... -=--3 EXJTING CANALS-MO IMPftOVtMCMT* CONTEMPLATED.EX1STIH6 .. l :, "h

- CANALS WHtR WPftOVEMENT WILL 8E UEOWKEO.ssr .'..

t Ueeased === CONSIOCREO NEW CANALS. ; .

Real Estate Broker CONSIDERED-MAJO PuWlNG STATIONS. l5 .,
A CONSIDERED NEW SIMLLWATS. C:

.,: .- GLADES COUNTY LANDS O CXISTIMC CONTROL DAM aND LOCH WHERE IMPROVEMENT WILL 8E RtQUMEU_ '. .

"f j; Co.. Miami. Fb.Ii {;...k:- : .. UI3T1NG CO".q.ytlrTS THROUGH EXISTING HIGHWAY ILL-TO E.WTPROVCO AS NCCOCO.c' JCONSIOEREO -- a 4=
S "'- ; f ,,;:. ..i::';>.;_ ._ HEW CONTROL CUUERTS THROUGH NEW LCVCE1 *. > J 4* ': '

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