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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 14, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00217

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Everything Set ForTrustee ; Diston Island Supervisors Named I

I Levee Breaks For .1


ElectionVoters Fifth Time For Conservation AreaMoore I


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To Name Three'I Hunting Season week Broward that the Daniel Dtstoa reported Island levee this Haven Area C. P. Lykes Is Given


I School Trustees !! Opens Nov. 20; between his levee property broke sad during the\VecTae4ays government -I I Gets Deluge Of 1 Highest Vote For


On Tuesday I I Deer, Turkey, Quail heavy rain for the fifth : Rain On Wednesday 5-Man BoardThe

tine this year. Luckily be noticed I ____

The hunting season opens Thars- the break and succeeded in patchingit I, A slight cold front moving into Glades County Soil Conservation

Yetets of Glades County will go I day. Nov :o. and in the first district before any great damage was I i South Florida Wednesday brought District is now ready to

to UM polls next Tuesday to elect I I which takes in Glades County done. 1 no appreciable cold but a general function since the election of five

three acheo trustees to serve coaatywMc. -' the season opens on back deer, This levee is affected by seepage { rain which shaded from very light supervisors last Saturday to conduct -

a tart which is made less difficult -i I turkey, quail and squirrel. The water from the high lake aad also I fall on the sooth side of the lake the business of the district.

Jn this eonaty than in moet season on deer and turkey close by pumped water from the district I to more than two inches In UteHuE'tl
I The highest vote was received by
Florida counties since there is only from Pump No 1. Only the first Moore which
January 5. oa quail aad squirrel area appareRt- C. P. Lykes with 55, others elected

the eat school.Steee I February 1. The first four days of break, that near the station just ly bore the brunt of the rain. were David Click with 4S votes,

the law issue of the Democrat the season are open; Monday. after the September storm, was very i Fred Flanders reported an official Fred M. Corner with 41 vote, W.

tlker* has been some change Tuesday and Wednesday closed serious! the other having been! .2.14 inches Wednesday at the B. Norton with 47 votes and W. H.

U tie> s.-*p of polllBg ,...cea. In thereafter, II quickly repaired, I U. S. Lock and another shower Peoples with 44 rotes. Eliminatedwere

Precut t, CMrus Center the voting Opening and closing days. Thanks- ---------- last night addt'd.n *11Re- D. C. Mitchell with 24 rotes,

ate will be at the Jacob H f-! giviag. Christmas and New Years I ports of heavier rain at Lakei>ort H.
J. J. Ridgdilt with 21 votes and
lie **.. teetead of E. Porteboeaf Day are open to huattog Killingof I I NEW\ FLOTILLA AIDS and Laic Placid have not been B. Stewart with 32 rotes.

boose; in Palntdale. Precinct 4, the doe deer is prohibited at all I 1 verified but it is known that the
The state office for this conservation
poUtc place will be at the home i times Daily shooting hours are, fall was heavy in these areas.
'I'
of Mr*. gteeil iastead of at Sad)" from oae-half hour before sunriseto IN LOCATING GROUP ,! Sugar corporation records> showed work was immediately noti-
II fied of the election results by
Stow; at Lakeport Precise 7 and I Hue!. 2.3 inches at Beabow sad 1.17
County Agent A. O. Hntcbinson and I
8. MfIIIIIC will be at Comptoa's The day's bag is.I deer, 2 for the : inches at Liberty Pelftt. Clewiston

Sows iMtesd of at the Van Brock: season; day's hag on turkey is 2, LOST IN \WOODSRep. |I had only.46 inches: and Ritta bad the supervisor state office that he will is officially notify, elect each :i

--. i for the moon. day's bag on quailIs ; 07 inches. At South: Bay the fall
ed and give the date on which an
It wag also pointed oat by Mrs. 12, and OB cat squirrel 10. fox [ was 1.23 inches and Pelican Lake be held.
organization meeting is to
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Margaret t.aram. conaty sapertatentot squirrel 3. Stewart Object Of I on the East Shore reported 1.32 After this organisation meetingthe <<

tNt wttfle husband and I The season on duck, geese and i inches
I supervisors will be able to announce -
wife who are Joist holders of property root Is Dee. 8 to Jan. <. The day's Widespread SearchIn Prior to this rain the lake level.
definite of sell
a
are entitled to rote, they are bag on duck Is 4, geese 4 and coot had shown a slight downward trend I program
I Glades I I conservation work for the county.
ao ..!idol when both the husband 25 A duck bag may include 1 but it is still too early to know I Mr. Hutchinson stated.Florida .

std wife's name appear on the tax wood dack. a ROOM bag Is United whether or not this new rainfall ,

receipt. The list of eligible voters I to 1 Canada goose oat,.. Only a few days after the United I will start the lake to rising again.

I has ben made up from the tax collector's The season on dove to Dec. 3 to States Coast Guard flotilla was, Breeders

f;r records in this manner. I Jan. 31. Day's bag to 10.Every I formed ia Clewl ton. and C. A. I U. S. Marine Corps Association
Glades County hunter "Doc" Foes named commander the I Displays
: Candidates for the office are:
I will receive free a new attractivelydeeigned unit was called upon to search fora
I Celebrates Anniversary
Ftsfcer An,e and Broward Daniel I I Bright New Feather
license holder this year hunting party long overdue to
I from District No. 1; B W. Whid- I
when he purchase his hunting return from a hunting trip in the _
t dim and K. F. Haskew from DistrictNo. permit for the 1947-48 season.County wild Everglades country southwest TAMPA. NOT 12-(FNSV -This I MIAMI, Nor 12-(FNS) The
2; C. S. Pressley from District I United States Marine
month the
,
Judge J. M. Couse said this of Clewiston.An Florida Breeders Association is
A.
XeV.. B Norton, Sr. and A. Corps celebrates its 172nd annivers
4 Beck from District No. 5. There I.week. Armistice Day holiday from I proudly displaying a bright new
The new two-color: holders are duties at the First Bank of Cle..tston ary.Marine
.: are candidates from District No. Corps Units in Florida today feather In its cap. And small wonder :
made of water-resistant materialand ended in a night spent in the
5. is provided on the ballot up
Space
I although formidable enough when yon consider the exploitsof .
,
designed to prevent the hunt
for write-in votes.t woods by two Clewiston men and a I
,i < er's license from becoming: soiledor four-year-old boy, and a day-long are a far cry from the display of Charles A. OTJeH Jr'. CAO Jr., j
Voters'' will also be asked to ap- strength mad In the state by the
, torn. Judge Couse explained search by a dozen planes from a home-bred, which won two of hlstire i
prw or reject the proposed coun On the outside of the -' '.,. Corps In 1 n 6.Tha.t .
cover Clewiston Airport { sari. this/fall -teist.. ,
mills sad the eipsI took *
of
ts-wide-mtllage 1H holders all hunters are urged to Eltert Stewart year, the ..Marine_
;p building fund levy of four mills and restore Rep. L. presidentof to the field to protect Floridians The youngster is BOW stabled at
"help conserve, protect
i the of anda
First Bank Clewiston.
I Florida's wildlife" and on the In- from the Creek and Semlnole Indiana HIaleah awaiting the opening of the
veteran woodsman A. L. "Jack"
; who were the warpath.1
on meeting on January 16.
side cover is quoted America's conservation Mormon cashier bank and ;
at the ,
; P.-T.A. HOLDS pledge, the credo of all The Tail to arms was so urgent CAO Jr. U a two-year-old brown
Mr Mormon's four-year old son
true sportsmen that Marine Corps Commandant colt bred by Carl Rose at hU Ocala
Arthur Lee Mormon III, failed to
I II Archibald Henderson closed down breeding farm. He 'is the Canadian

i MEETING FRIDAY I j Washington; School return into the Tuesday woods for night; the from purpose a trip of I the headquarters ia Washington and stallion. So{fern, out of Jacinth, .

took an of his clerk into the field, Jacopo mare. Suffern was leased

| Attends Rites Held locating quail hunting against tbbseason's < as well as every other Marine who I to Rose and CAO Jr. is his first"get"
opening next week Early
; NIGHT AT SCHOOL could be spared from ship detachments -. to win a race. Apparentlythe
For Former TeacherThe Wednesday morning a dozen planes I 1 and Naval yards.President I from
youngster's success stems
from in"
Clewiston Airport took off
Andrew Jackson had his dam Jacinth which has
produced -
A well-attended meeting of theGlades I faculty and the student bodyof a day-long search for the missing asked the Marines to put down the four fillies all of them win-
party. The search, centering at Doc 'I'
Parefit-Teacfeer Association -
County Indians so Colonel Henderson per-
Booker T. Wutlla! < Bight in i Foas' radio station and the airport -
was held Friday sonally led these who constituted -
their sincere Marines
wish to exprtw appreciation The combination of Suffern and
than four
extended over more
school auditorium. i more than half the strength
the hlto
to the County Superin Jacinth has produced a colt considerably
miles of Everglades
Projects for the year includedaudiovisual I Farnam, theschool hundred square of the Marine Corps at that time. I
tendent. Margaret : larger and more rugged
the south and west of
school an-i country to Indians
set-up, a After settling wib the Creek
| all who I
board and persons than the usual Florida-bred. He
the city.Led
beautification, baud uniforms Just north of Florida In Georgia -
neat park made it possible for them to go so In.tndor' made his initial start August IS at
ground Improvement.etc. by Chief Flight Henderson and his Marines
school
last
comfortably to Fort Myers Garden State Park. In this affair
., were laid before a committee view the remains of John Cock rill of the Veterans Flying moved into Florida In August 193,
Thursday to a maiden event at six furlongs the
of Mrs. Leroy Strickland, School, the search was participated -! to clash with the Seminoles.
composed
: the late Helen Goodman, who served Florida :youngster showed plenty o!
Morrison and Mrs. F. M. In by new members of the]I ,
M. E.
as teacher in the Glades County I heart by outgaming his field to winby
to make a decision as to USCG unit of Clewiston. A search Drainage MeetingFor
Nhwrich
Itllool'for more than ten years. a short nose in the creditable
win be most map was laid out by Cockrill and
wbkh of the projects Though the of our mission time
purpose of I Diston Island of t:12. The following week
the to sponsor each plane assigned to a section
for group
practicable was a sad one. we managedto he was the victim of bad racing

for the year. escape some of Its miseries the country. Since the expectedtwoway facilities To Be On Nov. 24 luck and finished fifth. He bonne
from the Hallo radio communications -
$328 was netted through the kindness of the bus ed back a few days later, however,
the had not arrived, the planes
carnival, sponsored by !
we'en driver. Because: of his appreciation The annual landowners meetingof to win handily.
will i touch with airport or
out of
i P.-T. A. and all of this money were
contributed to the project deemed of music the trip developed Into radio station dufing the search Diston Island Drainage District CAO Jr. is easily handled and

; be favorable by the committee an enjoyable one The studentsof Commander Foas said the need for will be held on Monday, November Trainer Tommy Tault is high on

i i most elected vice- the upper grades sang many of this communication service which 24 In the court room of the county ,him. He loves to run and IB work
M. C. Powell was the folk songs and spirituals that court house in Moore Haven. outs with stablemates likes to
the association to replace will be of a mobile nature. made I go
' of
president had moved have been learned this term under Itself strongly felt daring the I The principal business of the to the front where he runs his best.

;: William Riley who the efficient training of the principal search. I meeting will be to elect a supervisorfor Despite this front-running habit he

i away. discussion E. V Langley.The Information a term of three yean, the term is still easily rated. Tanlt feels
t conaideraWe Radio nl"Olld.-t for I
; There was of band entire community Is pleased Made I of J. E. Frierson, chairman of the that a distance of ground 'will be no
te the purchase '
J relative | because of the neighborly spirit board expiring this year problem to him. -
watferm but no action was taken, shown in the past by the superintendent At about two o'clock Wednesday !
specific ruling from Tallahassee I afternoon an appeal was made to
reading a and county board. ,
as to whether or not school E V Laft l.r. Principal the new radio station at Belle

I I I fads may be used for the purpose Glade to broadcast for informationregarding I Sugar Harvest Begins

1 Mb, Jean Moore, county tVrtor Milton Adkins In the hunting party. This .1
audio-visual from Hendry
I > gave a talk on resulted in a report
t t .tfn aDd urged attendance at County Motors in Clewl toD. A!
e 1 f the .}ink which Is being conducted gasoline attendant at that plant recalled Monday -
'
1! I 1 this week by Dr. George Crntcheof Game With TulaneMilton gassing! up the Stewart bunting : .'

f the University Extension Diris-j! truck the day before. He said i lag
of
I they had discussed the hunting) Despite the all-time high floodwaters I tourist attractions of South

i ion.i Bandmaster. Harry Grant played' Adkins. second-string end trip, and he bad suggested they try',i In the Glades area, some Florida, will be opened again to

,i trombone solos and gave a talk j on the University of Florida foot- the vicinity of a Seminole village a'o plantations still being covered with visitors next Sunday sad guides will
two ball squad during this season, was be furnished of the fa
He added for a tour
outlook and needs; few miles from Lakeport. i
the musical water the harvesting of the 1147-
on i this week elevated to first-string that when they left the gas station I cilities. Last year more than 29-
of the school. i I 48 crop of sugar cane began as
with the to
position and flew team horse
) 000 people visited the sugar
membership in the as-| he understood they were goingto -
Increased scheduled Monday sine
morning
. i New Orleans for the final conference on
I during the season.
sedation more than a hundred per the placehe suggested. of the fourteen plantations of the
t with Tulane Saturday. this
game dispatched Immediately Ia commenting upon the crop
of school. Two planes were
the opening I l United States
cent since I Milton had his first opportunity Sugar
week Charles E. Wetieratd. executive
The :,
that area.
1, honor roll dlstinctfea to search eorporaton.l.
i hat already won I to play with the Gator squad lastSaturday I landed a short time,I Harvest operations rice-president said that at-
I national office. planes had only
the
ed to other
from plantations
t t 'I week against Furmaa and before for gas after searching all as 411ickl"l though he had made a tentative
as receding floods win .
did nice work. He did II I to
some
very
t bill of material: toII the morning to the south. Pilots estimate of 11 per cent damage
.i The average not appear in the Georgia-Florida), John and James CoekrilL together Operations at .the Sugar house the crop by the floods and the hurricane ,
I b* used in construction of a Bedem last Saturday in Jacksonville. began very smoothly Wednesday >
game with observers, went oa this new, that the actual loss of sugar

II streamline. railroad passenger i I flight; They had hardly taken the k morning and will continue OB a cannot be 4eterm.llH4..ut the .

er. consists of a book of more than Whesi yoq hare ovetttas to sell 1 I air, before another report was re- twenty-four hour basis until the:last stalk of cane is ground. Weather *

l,*" pages by the time all lists of Just Mil the DecMcrat office and I> eeived. this time from the tick alaIttea ;estimated crop of SSMM tons of; conditions daring ,the remainder

h! f. that car: or let .i can I ..e will be glad t*:J4ace yea ad ia attendant at Moore Haven cane has been converted Into> raw of. the season win be tt 'dttmt>'

._ maul according t6 Patean-: the C4as9tfi Section. THy get re-'r r bridge. He asserted he had been OB sugar. I tot factor'as to whether"or hOt tl*

:, Standard Car Mfg Ooapany. | salts. :I Continued on Page O The sugar house. one of the lead- estimate wilt be bijn or low, ..Ie'.wW


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1 Social tact Is making four
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though yon wish they were.
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The worst thing about history

WASHINQTON ___ l is that every tame it repeats .
itself the price rocs up.I .
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L Bclcuvd by W2fO rcatoic. Few of os can stand pros

Casing the CapitalVASHINGTON Let's Quit Appeasing Russia E EWHAT : perity.- espeeiaBy anotherman's.

\ has been beautiful dream we have :
tourists of "One World" will not be Man is the only animal who

this summer, the greatest influx realized unless it be a Communist can be skinned mare than

of visitors in history of world. Of that there is a possibility. I once.

the capital Main points of interest The many millions of words that I The average man of today

m the metropolitan area of I 1 have been uttered by spokesmen fox lives 25 years longer than the

course, are the capitol budding, the the United States and other nations I man of a century ago. He has
White House and the Wasf-ngton: I hi a fruitless effort to appease the I to in order to get his taxes
monument The S""thsnn.an institute f Russian politburo have been but p
the Lincoln memorial, the ,, (I wasted breath. The expenditure of I II o
scores of other points of h-stcncai TA NK'Woj bLuicns of American dollars vnD. I i I
interest and the beautiful gc.ern- I I believe be equally fruitless. Russia
POSTWARTffEMOTTCOLD
TRY
ment buildings keep the sightseeing IFERMENTER I will communize Europe and Asia. '

busses ffifed to capacity.Out 'I When Russia has accomplished ;

on Capitol Kin within t's CAA 3468S.oo j that she will have at her command :, 666
tkree-and-a-naif acre capitol Ju.J-: GALS tro !I the resources and manpower of at TABLETS

iag itself, tourists troop through the < I least two continents and of most of '
otherwise deserted grarde-r in the world outside of North America. tote,tile. IeI....-..,e.1bv'f low

groups and singly, many of them I i NGdaf.twoMittett c.1r..r.r..tw. I
with the letter-perfect guiles wsone Appeasement speeches at the
I assembly of the tmted Nation k

have accomplished or will accomplish -
:au.o w nae
a ant uruAA nothing. Russia does i
cara ua not fear a barrage of words. I I

'' u saaasotnaac i She proposes to have her way, |
MGl io t+E GrtnlsE I I
by fair means or fooL She has

t : no regard for promises. Years *]HPRDVEQAG
T' ago she needed American recognition -

3 so that she might buy

from us the things she was sot
then able to produce for her-
r .
self. To secure that recognition I l
she made a definite promise not
I to propagandize in this country.

.. She ostensibly abolished the .
I
Comintern. Neither of those
about the
lay their pieces various
rooms the paintings the hall of ii actions meant anything.

statues, the huge cast iron dome, The Comintern again is operating

the figure of Peace, the rid Supreme in the open, its purpose world dorm AC Afters yra II major ml filUt

courtroom and. of course the house .r nation for Communism. More and i advantage, including the cxcfc-
and senate chambers. more Russian agents are operatingin
,ire Collector Tab Trap of add-
this country. More and more cloth. Cant rot and
glass
at either proof
These large rooms JOHN BARLEYCORN TAKES A HOLIDAY . With Americans ratting Communistic propaganda is be
end of the building are strangely pg thai allow plJnhon -
down on their drinking so that hungry Europeans may step HP circulated in this country. It is
gloomy and depressing without their eating distilleries have stopped making whiskey for SO days of the wl 1 i e t
upon found hi our schools our churches,
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oratorical
the traffic and
request of the citizens' food committee. Here Joseph Rode, employeeat our labor and farm organizations.Its stream. Gives "A #
bombast of the members when .
a Philadelphia distillery is shutting off the valve that stops the false doctrines, falsely ex doable fiitra.ties.
congress is not in session. Ugliest mash from entering one of the page vats. An grain unused by the distillers pressed, are appealing more and Get AC
of all is the steel + Iv
girders which form open-work ceiling sup- op to the shutdown will be turned back to the government. more to our youth and to those un- a>4 W tmrwJrrmiE. 4R v t

ports, where apparently insufficient thinking adults who seek something I
engineering skiD was at for nothing and believe the false- f roi stt tiqj sici.TASmSMCQTHfXf.
hoods of Russian
the propagandists.
to the most
band common provincial i'
armory building or gym- COULD BREAK RELATIONS !

aasiam. r One thing that would, at least jar': .
Stalin and would be ,
the politburo
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The old building, which now has
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about H acres of floor space 432 for this country to break diplomatic ; I 5
relations with the Soviets It would f L
rooms and recesses and entrances
not stop them but it might cause e Eau t as 4
sufficient to provide for 679 windows
them to To do that would t sER
and 554 doors, has stood thereon P pause.
cancel the thousands of visas that I
the hill since the first cornerstone 10c
permit the Russian agents to remain : oa oasis we,
was laid in 1793. There were j
and in this
operate country i
two connected --- - -
original buildings by j --- -
a wooden passageway, which were We have earned our appeasement !
partially burned by the British in efforts beyond those of England's i! SPEEDED-U COMFORT

1214, but the original foundations I I j Chamberlain in his dealings with : for $ocacdKIDNEY

were used to rebuild the present i Hitler Those efforts achieved 1IOth-1
central structure which was com- lug and ours with Russia SUFFERERS
I pleted in 1829. The house I i complish no more. As in the case of '
present BedaeMo.II.......a..aa 1 Wp.o.r.t>i p-.
\ chamber at one end was completedin Germany, it will mean war when I' .w..rae..wand .w e.rt.!
I 1857 and the senate chamber at Russia is ready. We could, and Russia to Four (tt* MW bdMr-Uaditar U_JLr h'6 Bt TWrE

knows we could, defeat the Bear Dld1Ea1Ir10 i .
aw.fmt
the other end was completed two JM
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.. wince
I but when that Bear Is all of gw..n e.t.rr.-r.
years later in 1859. now, Hto. 8a far ....*.. loses-ni s ........
' Europe and Asia the result would _>.biaatv M*.M- ( ..You
Most interesting room in the venerable te questionable. Possibly we should Do tkw M* tair building to your Home Town NIa;tley.b "we Aires .....
, not wait Wilds A&,........ t;... ...
Reporter is the old Supreme court .
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00TaftHartley um rn '" OOCBU:TOn
room occupied by that body for :T :h.--.

about a hundred years until 1935, HIPPO, HIPPO, HOORAY Pygmy hippos-that's a new one.At any ActI -- -

hen the present marble building rate, this one la the picture is a new one, and its proud mother looks was staying at a San Francisco 1I 1-----

was finished across the street The like she might be cheering the event lustily. Gumdrop IV, the pygmy hotel that was filled with leaders To RelieveBronchitis

room was first used as a senate was born: I not so long ago at the Washington, D. C., soo. He weighs 12 and rank and file delegates to the I

chamber in the early 1800s. pounds, his Bother is a delicate 450. The Washington zoo has bred recent American Federation of Labor i
. about eight pygmy hippos, and is the only sou ia the country that does. convention. It afforded me an

Mott tmprttnu tinI*oboft Wothff- .- opportunity to talk to a consider
torn ,. tl* .en.,. tounst, otUt from lit MI able number of those present including rcSergspj justly te
; Potmtl of btttorutl tnttrttt, ort the tit- tt \ both leaders and delegates. e&UR tt fot rtgbt to ti.teat at to*
4 Untu of the 07, the wUt trtt-ltntd ro the latter if I mentioned the trouble to ceh> loosen and expel:
germ laden phlegm,and aid muur
ttrtttt o4 ftennti, tin beady of the >, Taft-Hartley It was emphatically to sooth and heal raw, tender mI -
__null pale. the mtgtfuma of she i condemned. If I talked about t.aed trial mucous mem
lotmment kmUmgt. tonota ,_. ".I..r the various provisions of that act I fcnaeaTea your tfragjJst to sell JOG
, ass 09 Mfiutomietti ... a txita of
fttntu .s 16lbitntt -r without naming the act, the provi- CregnrUaoa with the 1mI -
; m U tot irc"'" tutttrtd tbrvuih- I dnat&ndlngyou m k.the way ttnackly
: out tot tilj.. from tctruk a ",..,y ot,air t j lions were almost invariably approved < aaays toe coata: or yea art
( itftttl tmoiuit .. oil JirtcUomt. I It .'. < unless some AFL leaderwas I to hare ywsr money: back.
.'.'. (, in the group to whom I was : CREOMULSION
t I ,. talking. In such case be did the
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Grab a HankieThe talking, for labor, and disagreed It !I I for CcagJtt.Oat CoJis.Eroodata:

railroads : was very evident the opinion of the j i
are putting out ,... I
rank and file delegates had been
i' ,
of
reams tear-jerking propaganda ? OPPORTUUITYINDEPENDENCE
; formed by labor leader propaganda 'I
to aH
seeking Justify sorts of things '
,. and that the rank and file! were not
1Jh" ,
including higher rates and freedom -.Jf It
from restraint rater the trust laws. . : . informed as to provisions of the act I
Perhaps it is a fact thaI earnings ;.. The leaders very definitely had sold
it to the union members as a "slave"law I
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of the railroads do
not
compare( favorably i
with that of ether public "J ,.. ti' without offering any information F;

utii ties. But if the pub:.c is unsympathetic : ,: ;" w' as to its provisions. When, after _
it is because of past "pub : t.S receiving approval of one or more of V
6 those provisions.. I explained that
;
lie be damned" attitude of the railroads : :
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themselves. '5 what they had approved were provisions
d of the Taft-Hartley act, my
I I Incidentally another raIlroad lobbyist small audience would cot believe

i has registered recently, He is me. Union members need some edIj r
S Donald D. Conn of the i. ,
Transporta- ;, 'ti j,cation as to what that law contains
tion Association of America. His
It is actually what Senator Taft
salary is $20,000 plus $3O for ex- 1' caOs it: "Labor's Bin of Rights." F.p '
i penses. His address is 105 W, 000IT .11. _.. ws.oew1..tis
; dh.s se ,.....
i Adams street, Chicago which is the '
address of the Western Railroads WAS a high school teacher ; Ge.M, p.1ub &II yw ...ittsp..eabrd til.s.
rbo said: "Beary Wallace as a ; d .... .. Gs.da,
office. . a'i. candidate fr president, will poll .....ici... burn. See,.
s a- .f: ..re votes taaai may k. geacrafly ........ t.d.a,,ta? r+.ow

:'" expected probably enough to elect -<<-- c..e.I
:r Rural Electric admb str.U.. aim." In the case of that speakerthe ........ .....spasd De4... 55opposites.
...... .
; fcas saaaaaeed there are mereft. .. ... r-
wish was father to the thought, ..... ,.. .... .
; American farms paw.tee.ey
1. Z 5I.Mt but Wallace would get a lot of votes

-' today wtthest electricity. The FIGHTING CHOLERA EPIDEMIC.. . Cholera vaccine Is vrgtnUyneeded from the schools, churches, and ............G..dlr...... .R.daoS1.oee.v... ,
.jnmistnttei bas sappQed 4MMt .. to battle cholera plague now sweeping Egypt, sad prwlnetfeaf other professional callings. Some ......... ...... ..... a.
wttt electricity this the precious vaccine has been stepped ap at tae Sharp and DsJ m.laboratories y0. - .. widndt k ..... ,
farms people do not realize what the theories 1'
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Hiagtag eke total .. I.S74 la Pbfiadelph\ Alice Berroa and Betty Cy. wrklag of Mr. Wallace
year may mean to
(41 .r Q per eea*. sterilized room, fill: vials with the scram waick will be lows to the them as individual GOODIIR COMPANY
I plague area la Egypt as sooa as It is ready. ; trtnsra.. o+....__
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f WEEKLY r PIHLLY CHOSEN !!
NEWS ANALYSIS : M : twr Single Hair Convicts

Convention Site ,.., ...,
Meat J-t :.:; "7' Murderer of Crime
and Wheat
Bode III for 1948; Philadelphia, city of brotherlylove
A While criminal investigators
will be the site where bar- \ ..S can
I Marshall Plan ring an unlikely upset President rarely state that a certain hair
:
for
Ready Congress; Truman will be handed the Democratic ? came from a certain person a
case occurred recently in which a
presidential nomination next ,
Public Backs 'Tough' U. S. July e GE5CREEPbit' ADIO single hair found at the scene ef

Policy The Democratic national committee a homicide led to the positive
Released by wiry Feature identification of the murderer
II .Released by WKTT: Festal.. : accepted Philadelphia's bid for i Collier's.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: W.ea aaiateaa are exreaa.' .. ..... e.I.._ ..., are UaMwestefm. M !j i the party's 1943 national convention j By INEZ GERHARD says After hairs taken from three sus-
.... ... ... .._. .. . when that certified
K. l.aiea' a uaJyata aa.4 M4 aajttj f tkia va> >..., city proffered a j THE week's most impor- pects were found, in a microscopic -

check for $200,000 and promised event in the entertainment examination, to be nearly;

FOOD PUZZLE: Time Out From CrisesPaal (50,000 more for entertainment j, world is the testimonial alike in length, diameter and col-

With no opposition the committee i dinner given for Jean or, they were -subjected to ultra-

Meat vs. Wheat also went through the formality j Hersholt, marking the 10th violet light which caused the hair
of President Truman'schoice
ratifying anniversary of his portrayal in question and that of one sus-
Domestic food in the of Sen. James Howard Me-
situation
of CBS's "Dr. Christian." The pect to emit a purple fluorescence.
U. S. is critical Grath (Dem., R. I.) as chairman !
entering a stage ? 4 guest list includes leaders in radio, The glow was produced by
with in of the party organization to succeed i
two aspects standing out service aspirin which the man took daily
pictures medicine public ,
sharp opposition to each other* Postmaster Gen. Robert Kannegan. charities music and education; b< in such quantities that traces of it

1 The government determined to health.. who resigned because of ill is as famous for his philanthropic bad worked into his hair.

ship 500 million bushels of activities as for his skill as az
wheat to Europe by next June is mows Among the more significant incidents

campaigning to save a major por- occurring at the meeting of CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

tion of that amount by cutting downon the national committee was the

the feed consumption of cattle unanimous squelching of a resolution

hogs and poultry. That line of condemning the Republican-

reasoning holds that smaller flocks controlled 80th congress for placing BUSINESS & L' LST. OPPOR.
_
and feeding to lighter weights will "partisan politics above love of
.
.AGENTS-BUT aaaawr aUln flawtaun.xK
save more grain than any other single country. >wbrC4 needs medicines etc. The fu'
effort. It was a straw in the wind which ..1 iruttul .3U nd,.tartest C.. Ck.Uaa..ea.pro t ha* tai SoMtXSlackkery Ttmm-

The supply of meat is going to seemed to prove that the Democratswere
SEEDED
2 Srcntt TRAINING
NO
be considerably less than it hasbeen determined to give at least to nak. II.GOIJ.GO if ye. Bke werm wttlecur.s.
T snake this Back a* mono
tip service to the bipartisanship Yu ran
and the demand will be great 4a 3 Bmn'Ji* Soars tiro.
er. Meat prices are expected to go 4, S that will be so necessary it the special Writ w-.tfco.it ObltcatM to:
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aSaEa A. SHERBOD Bei M. Tmn. Ga.
much higher in 1948. Further curtailment session of congress starting .---- --- --
November 17 is to accomplish any-
of meat production by saving LIVESTOCK
grain at the feed trough will Ramaditr, French premier It Ing
chats with a bed-ridden tot BELT lorm bone o4 moles keep Isle*
intensify that already serious situ is ,da0sa. Stun aUta lafcfet appetites rna
during a tour of a Paris hospital. OREGON TRAGEDY: rr LeC.ar- Stock Powder t- tfaew >.*.
ation. Tn best ftock tonic money eaa buy. S*-.-
Possibly feeling that he would like
There is no danger of a bread or Death Hits Hieh tpfac'Gus tsaranteed.
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to be in
a hospital himself Ruma-
food shortage of any kind this 'Ain-
dirr is sorely beset with economic I It wasn't MISCELLANEOUS \
ter because of the nation's bumper a big plane crash as JEAN BERSBOLTactor
wheat harvest The pinch if it crises and cabinet crises, as well plane crashes go these days but it
as a more recent political crisis i was enough to leave the State of
middleof be-
comes will appear after the His radio program really
next year precipitated by a cur- brought about by the sudden ascendancy ,Oregon without a governor, senate longs to the public, since each weeka ITCH?,

rently threatening droujh and fail- of Gen. Charles De : president and secretary of state. prize-winning script sent in to the
ure of the winter wheat crop. Gaulle's Rally of the French Pea i Earl Seen Oregon's governor: Dr. Christian Award contest d' ?

Added to that is the fact that domestic ple party. Marshall Cornell senate president broadcast; it's a program writtenby

uses, plus exports will leave I and Robert S. Far- I'I'I the listening audience. !

from this year's harvest of 1.4 bil- supplies (food) would be free: recovery !'.l'' reU Jr., secretary -....- : for Quick Belief ., he Hchtec aWwafer

lion bushels only a 100 zniUion- supplies (machinery) wouldbe a'A. of state, were killed ;i Writer-Director-Producer Orson I b of Atkfetel I'.GdATHELO

bushel carryover by the time of financed with loans. !.If : instantly when 1) Welles decided that Actor Orson'

the next harvest too small a volume Because of shifting conditions their Beechcraft Welles would drive a station wagon I

in the event of a short crop. 7. it will be impossible accuratelyto ,- struck a pine tree in Columbia's "The Lady FromShanghai" :
and scattered over Send. SLIt to Whm*.* Oav
Meat which right now is a little forecast the amount of help Eu- \ -he forgot that Welles !
cheaper than it has been because rope will need beyond the first year. I the rugged, snow- ; couldn't drive. Refusing to have I. Ckemial DMdoax KIUMafac F..

more animals are being slaughtered covered terrain 36 : double Welles took an hour's instruction -
7 Sums from the U. S. would decrease miles south of i
will continue in great demand J. each : : got behind the wheel
year as recovery Lakeview. O r e., J and drove the station into a
next because consumer wagon !
year progress was made. their intended des- : POULTRY CmCKS t: EQCIP.
will remain high. { sound truck. It's a double you'll see
buying power I lisle TOm BENS be i
The plan would be administered tination. I profitable Uycn.
4 I driving.Of StamiUt poor appetites wtt*Or.LeCrar-
will be less.
however
The supply in the U. S. by a new government SneQ The state execu- i PoaltrrPreacripUaaitnantJbeirlevd. Ua*. F
t.. .. ...
esti-
The agriculture department .ueee.dsd povitryrei .rTsb.
agency and in Europe by an tins had left Klam- Ttw best pou3nr tonic boo
mates there will be only 21-3 billion organization representing the 16 na- ath Falls on a half-hour flight head-' course it is a feather in Samuel aaooey ua }

pounds of meat produced in tions which drew up their estimateof ing for a goose-hunting junket into : Goldwyn's cap that his "The s

1943 compared to 23.2: billion needs at the Paris conference. the roughest territory of Oregon. Bishop's Wife" was chosen for U. S. Savings Bonds!
pounds this year. There win be 4 Their pilot Chit: Hogue. apparently showing at the ..Second Annual. Buy
million fewer cattle on farms next GET TOUGH: became"'lost in bad weather and Royal Command performance before

January than last January. smaller U. S. Approves dropped down low to the ground to i i British royalty in London November
hogs will be s.ct to market and try to determine his position. 25. But-both male stars I OfithiikE .
there win be no increase in the Soviet leaders, who cry "war- I Cary Grant and David Niven are I _
John H. HaQ. Portland attorney !
stocks of sheep, which are at an monger" every time an American British born and two of the sup BABY SLEEPS -
and of the
speaker Oregon house
80 low.FINAL diplomat splits an infinitive, are j Cooper and OF
-year porting cast Gladys l Ox* by
gravely in error if they suppose I was sworn in as governor to sue- i Elsa Lancaster, are EDglih.'t ===
coed Snail, a Republican who had ; =
lIJeilW'fJIJJSlMlRSftHtS
TOUCHES: there is any major cleavage between I -- :- pr+lar
been serving bis second term as the i taws of a cold m
Mankatt Plan (s v state's chief executive. Newspaper paces really came to nock Rimed. Bar
life in the BW March *f Time
Aftucaroming from praise to NEW RECORD: "End of aa Empire!" It tells the
criticism to condemnation for the story of Dutch attempts to sal- :

past few months the celebrated Give and Take race what they earn of Indonesia;

Marshall plan to help Europe regain American farmers are continuing will send audience away wondering .
its feet is being whipped into whether the era of the white
to take in and pay out money on a ; J
final shape under direction of Secretary record-breaking scale. i' man's rule in Asia is ended. It is rn .K.i casts ui run .*
of State George Marshall its colorist beaitifnl at times but I
,
RHEUMATISM
f .
Prices received by farmers in the .
progenitor.One month ended October 15 continued II most important, it b thou=bt-pra ; NCUftmS-LUMBACO
known fact loomed large ia voting.
: to soar establishing a new record of
tbe mind of the American taxpayer; -4- MCNEILSIVMGflO
I
; 139 per cent of the 1969-14 base
The plan may cost up to 20 billiod the American public's views t period. Production of PRCs "Brooklyn,

dollars for the four-year period during on Russia and the state dt'partment"1 .: On the other hand. the bureau of : U-S-A.," starring Brooklyn Dodger -'r
which it will be in effect. first baseman Jackie 4Lars.
so-called "tough" policy to- agricultural economics reported I Robinson
Marshall, who abandoned temporarily ward the Soviets. the index of prices paid by farmers : starts December 5; it win be released -

his debating in the U. N. general That conclusion was brought out ; for the same penod also hit a new j jj by Eagle-Lion Films Branch i I _
...... ...
L-Swra sot
ws
assembly returned to his in Gallup which indicated Rickey, who gave Robinson his i ft
a recent poll j high reaching an index of 239. I .tirnfc ni at u tnume e !
Washington office to put the finish- that actually, the predomi- The increase to prices received' chance in the major leagues has u aa mt tsma II 11&......M htAre 1 r

ing touches on his plan which will nant mood of public opinion today i was three points or I per cent; but 'I been added to the cast. i u.. c*.... mum ait ..tttt
laid before when the -+- :: i'
be congress
favors an even tougher policy than !
17. the increase in prices paid by farm-t ..
special session opens November is foUni Radio melodramas have oft !
the state department g. ers for goods was only one point I paid i;
The MarshaQ plan subject to late Answers to the question "Do you Both however were at record : for Actress Lurene Tuttle. Noted j GIRLS! WOMEN! i
revisions may be outlined broadlyin thick that in dealing with Russia levels adding further evidence to : by screen scouts for her work on j j"The I

these main points: and other countries the U. S is insisting the current d,mestc inflationary Whistler" over CBS. 'and on I try this If ye.*r* .
S. would make available to too much on having its own tree a. Peter Lorre's "Mystery in the Air."
1U. I
next year a combinationof way!" were: Yes. 12 per cent; No. she S* working in Metro's "Same-;; 4 t
NERVOUS1
relic and recovery 5IppUesota 78 per cent; No opinion. 10 per cent More Contempt coming" with dark Gable. \\1

ling about six billion dollars. RehefHEADLINERS Further, 62 per cent of: the American --t-- Oo'COTKBI MT7 W KOB&.
people believe that the U. S. is Beginning November 31 and for
Do
tomato
beir.g too soft in its policy toward tour Sundays thereafter the complete lea mats ru&eUoMl sos fed iwrtoiM BOBttJj, InttaM ffictvt-, i
I[ I Russia. Only 6 per cent think it is story of the birth of Christ :, ao sass U4 tiiwj ooa-a>t raeb ttmacTTtoa >.
do try t rdia E.PI&klMUB veg.-
being too tough. and 24 per cent say will be dramatised n ABCs "The taU Cbsspoo&d: to ictta*. suet cyniyMBM. ,
our official attitude toward the Soviets Greatest Story Ever Told. It has I .U./.--.nor tutt TUCB nra .

is about right ever before Mal dine ia this way. oooayoand txtf I
sass b eD Em-
PLAGUE: -ir- ii/A1W ImIst :

Blanche Stewart,, once famous forher I t'
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Egypt Stricken work with Jack Benny and as ,

Cholera, the dreaded black plagueis "Cobina" on the Bob Hope show. WNU-14 4 -47
resumed her radio
career recently: .
in thata
spreading so swiftly Egypt -
total of 6.000 dead has been pre- on the CBS "Blondie"; she is on i

dicted by year's end. crutches and wearing a brace after .I :
With many stricken villages iso an automobile accident If YOU WERE A WAY,
--+-
lated by troops other small communities WAC MARINE or SPAR
,
IN NEW YORK Marlene Dietrich are ringed with bonfires More than a dozen highway pa-

(above), who has two attractive day and night in the belief that fire trolmen were needed to untangle a

reasons for favoring the short will keep out the disease. traffic snarl of 1,500 automobiles on Find ouf what

hem-line showed up on a liner from Meanwhile neighboring nations : San Francisco's Golden Gate r

Europe an bundled up ia the "newlook. were taking steps to prevent the Following a precedent set fcy : Bridge when Humphrey Began and Nursing

." drew hardly an ogle as she spread of cholera from the upper Doha Howard Lawsom, scree Lauren Recall did a location sequence \

ankled down the gangplank. Nile valley. Greece, Italy and Palestine I writer DaBoa Trambo (above) rem I there 1M "Dark Passage" offers you! x xr
.
hosed to tell tile hovse a-Ameri- --.-
C* KXOXVIIXE. TEXN. . Adm. have discontinued international I
Husband E. Enamel, former Pearl traffic, while private shipping lines ; tie activities committee iavesttgatiag i Ray MiHand and Marlene Dietrich t E

Harbor commander told how oa win bypass Egyptian ports and air mmonism ia Hollywood I did not want even to hear the word ............N L Lre t

December '7, mi. he was struck travel is diverted away from Egypt \ .whether.. not he was a C iam.- I "fish" after they had to eat a rich .tpwe -i..aey' y... to

above the heart by a spent Japanese Outside help in combatting the I hoist party member. The committee I fish stew-at length-in "Golden .......rr.wit b..>< sanoon

bullet which only bruised him disease is at a minimum in Egypt also following prtcrdeat, cited I Earrings.** Richard Denning, oa the a8..es ....the G L IIiII ;

. Susie 21 years Swiss scientists alone were said to bin for contempt of nearness Just other hand is an for fish; his wife, ell ..... sdn..as rw ..osierask
IX CINCINNATI. ia the be helping local health officers. as they U4 Lawao.. Others cited Evelyn Ankers, gave the "Caged '
trained gorilla !
old, the only Then is a desperate shortage of for contempt were Albert Milts Fury star
died m her zoo cage after a a complete: spear-Sshmg tee- iafe ari..
world which paralyzed, her right vaccines: DOT. and medical special and Alvak Bessie both :treeswlitan outfit for his birthday, equipping .. .. ........ ...... ,..0w.
j stroke ista. him for his favotiU sport. ........
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GLADES COUNTY room.Billy. I Florida East Coast \OTICE OF 4\ tAt JIFETI\G OPLAMX
t SCHOOL DAZE >" ERS OF DISTOV I!'!LAM>
Carlton and Elaine took a

DEMOCRATt nap every day last week I Railway MeetingOn DRAINAGE_DKTjIICT"'

t .po or _...-.-.......--..._. )Ir. Moye have Thanksgiving pictures in our Notice l. bw.*y given that. pu>--
: Every Friday By Editor -_.__...______.. Jimmy Click I January 7th saant to call of the Board of Supervisors

'!! 'THE GLADES PRI\TINO CO. 1_. ,\wociat Editor ..__. Donald Fanum -DOTs DASHES'Go and of DUton in accordance Island Drainage with section District

MOORE U4'-EY. FLORIDA Society ...-..-...-.-----..... Doris Griffith I iplT WEST PALM BEACH, Nov. 12FNS heat Article 1. Chapter III Title

I CARR SETTLE. r..IUkr (iri's Sports _._____ __._. _ Joyce Click Remember only half yon hear I ( )-With Sen. Claude Pepper VII General First Law revision of Florida of the 1S Compiled:*,. and

c. lk>)*9 SIIOI't8 . Don Gala>|ni I Believe only one-tenth of It. champion or the ACL. in one corner laws amendatory thereto the minvalmeetia
s.a.WItJ.tJ. Rater.la
...... tuaS13S:: Don repeat any of It! and Ed Ball managing executor of **Drainage of the landowner Dwtnct for of the DUtoaIsteB
year
O.e Tear __ I Peg seems to think she rates the vast Florida Pent estate in 1M7 will be held In the Court Room

I She took a little vacation last week the other the battle over operationof la the Court Hou*e in the CIty of
Moore Haven. Florid un Monday,
. Entered as second-class matter May, I and joOked off to Tarawa and Lake the Florida East Coast RaUway November 24. 194Rt 2 00 clock lathe
: I. 1127 at the Poatofflce at Moot, I Wales Have fun kM! will go into leather round before afternoon. Eastern Standard Time -'

; HanD..Florida of March, under S. UU.v1EANDE'lI the. Act ofCentre What boy was stghteg, "O'! the ICC in Washington next January for 1.the Electing purpose('or of aprni-or fur aterm
I Joanie" Saturday night* 7. ,>f three .i) p' ,rs
I ..
R..J'"n,1 report* kOtth
It seems we are toeing one of oar At the forthcoming bearing i taking such .,,'f'on s respect
I few boys this week Well mho yon, arguments will be beard only on thert' a th. { and I, nncr mar i,

t Jimmy Doat forget "Tbe Gang" testimony already IB the record.! I. d.t.erm Transact'n : ?--j d_, bu'tnesl :'
\.lGS
when you get to Tampa, and comehad [and no new testimony will be permitted as may H .'P" n. .rOH tile
.
er ..tteg.rntn1
k to see M once in a while .
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By Carr Settle 'I I rl i\ ;*op>* ofPR
Kupert knows all tile answers When tk* FEC went into y-,1TuX isi.tal' \I\\UF:

i here lately: Jut ask him-he'lla' ruptcy early in the 30's, M81"1 i H} : J E Df!Fr"HI."T,- 'J I'. ,1. ,,'
tell \ : Eh Rap Poat estate under Balls [ November 7. I i. I"J; -

If everything goes accoramg to : Donald Farnam and Jimmy Click bought controlling interest in the

schedule or anywhere near It. this haven gotten over that ride they road ....... A plan was then offered -

tribe wfll be beaded for St. Pete had Saturday night in that beautiful to the ICC for duPont oper-:

event hours before this* issue of Ii yellow Buick convertible! sties of the. railway as an independent -:

the Democrat is off the press to at- Bobby R&QVUaoa and Pete Florida-eon trolled ro te. Instead -'

toad the annual all meeting of tbe have the latest thing in the sew of accepting his ;1aB. the ICC /
e '
Florida Press Association I can! They will have* all the girls offered' one of Its own which dn' E
TUB r\HLh JCIOISIlly
running after them when they get PMt interests i
This b tbe business meeting of Lois Cox, accentod expecting

tM essociaUon. made up largely of We all know that the Juniors are that Model fixed up'! to take over operation as wen as!

weekly newspaper pnblisbers of tbe ODe of the most popular classes inacbool ownership>> on Jaaaary 1. 145An '

mate and new officers will be elected but M s see how well yen IKXKfbH ACL plan to take over the,

Of course the actual businesslike know the Individuals November IO-2 rood was rejected> Bat on inetiga!
alter I bare
...Ioa. that at most coavento given you a few clews Daring the week of November Ion of Senator Pepper the It.arin'I'' Fun and Moa { i
tioas short-lived whatmost 1C-22. the schools: and libraries and was ordered re-9pened-at
terr and First for one of our few boys Wm. Bendix and Wm. Holden la t J
of the pabiishers are attending -, (and I do mean few). He is about civic groups in the United States I I when Pepper who himself, bad suggested ! j
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for tats year In all likelihood five feet three inches tall and has: will join in celebrating the importance a hearing dat_was at the; "Blaze of Noon" i
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of books in the lives of war crimes trials in ,
r.4 eee bow many tickets to the the most beautiful. bLond. curly Germany :
Orange Bowl game tbe)11 be able men women and children everywhere Last March operation of the road,
hair and blue eyes you hare ever !
to wheedle out of the coamttteee I seen He is very well liked for his was granted Vy the ICC to the ACL II
The theme "Books for the Worldof but Ed Ball promised a finish fight '
get together twice a year if good sense of humor and I've beard Xted H4 TftwaDoaglas .
Tomorrow" new emphasisto
brings declaring that East Coast interests
possible, most of e1 only Ute onetime that he jest loves to walk home ,
to discuss our troubles, cry from football games Is that so what people are reading and the I would be inhered by ACL operation ' Fairbanks, Jr. and i I
contributions books can make to :
on oe another's shoulders and Robert* 1
tone home to tackle it for another our lives. We become: increasinglyaware I I The hearing on Jan. 7. 1918. is, Masses XHara ia I
of tbe important part books a part of Ball's nrosBise to renew,
year with much the same prob- H.KMIMX'NBy :Ell'sI : .
can play in building greater aaderDtaading the fight I "Sinbad The Sailor"In "
tesBs and more of them Bat tt ( OeraHiae Laa ford) I
I I and Headship among the I Bail who with former Governor'
does help a lot and we nasally have OB Friday NOT 7, :Nelda resigned I'
a lot of fun peoples of the world. John )Martin is co-executor of the ( Technicolor*
as our Bless reporter Robert :
Are the books available to your do Pont estate is said to control dt-
This year the politicians. will be I Taylor oar .>sident. held a meeting I
child in your hone the best you can Pont interests' worth $m.m in
with us ea.-e. for next May I and Geraldine Laagford was
provide? As a parent have you this state Insiders claim that Pepper
wen bare to vote on a flock of I If elected as reporter. Pri. and ..t. .
visited your school library to see s opposition to dsPoat coetrel
f candidates for Governor and other i Everyone has been debating OB :
what It has to offer to your children is based on Ball's reported support
tale offices as wet as the many who -would nuke a poster for Nat-'
I ? I of OiUe Edmunds when he ran Cary Grant and Ingrid
county offices And this close to tonal Book Week and of coarse,
1 Any time during Book Week the against Pepper for the latter's seat
election the poUtfeos set powerful, nobody wanted tbe Job. We selected Bergman la
public is cordially invited and in the IT. S. Senate. This Pepper
friendly wltb the newspaper boys Virginia1 Kwnan as oar library
I
urged to visit the school library.There has denied declaring' his sole interest
I
and. gals Anyway president LloydlI..rt. representative sometime ago so I "Notorious".Roiruwhere
I I they will find displays of In the fight is "in tbe best Interest -
\ has Invited them all to attogther she selected! a group out of tbe
books that should appeal to the different of the people
Friday night aad I clans on the pouter
interests of the children
i dank that well be able to get rid The grade from seven through -
Friday afternoon there will be displays Alrwtiu'w.t
of then through the remainder of nine are to put on a skit next Fri-
featuring favorite books
; the seon day. Each grade is to select a
books of travel science etc Thenat
from its room to participate. I MarshPrissy's .
group
2:15 in the high school auditorium sitoIyJoe ,
I bad hoped that this week I We hope it will all be successful the library club assisted by -

could forget about the weather Our absentees are still varying 'I' pupils from all the grades and the t.tf ,

particularly. tbe raias..-but it looks, Gloria Pollard is still absent and of '
teachers will give a program
like our woes are never ended and 1 Dorothy Clayton has been absent songs and skits taken from favorite I Got a Man!
this week, Edward Cook had to \
badly soaked ground took anothertwo !
books The band will play several -
and a half Inch drenching I miss Tuesday In order to visit the numbers We hope many of (Maybe)

Wednesday night and another dentist. We surely hope that every- the parents and friends will visit
heavy shower Thursday evening one will come back so that we can
This heavy rain was not general have perfect attendanceSKMATII the school at that time. Yesterday 8U Marcia, OW H. about: Tolerance of a husband.

throughout the lake area but reports brarian found aa article cut from taste for old hats, old pipes, old y

have been received of heavy BRIDE New Flotilla- their ale copy of the CTario Whea friends sad mellow beer. And tolerance .

rains to the north of us which will (Jo Anne Cones) she compared K with another copy oa tie husband's part of a

have a considerable effect on obtaining E7-HR November 6. was in Continued from Pace 1) that I gave her she fond tt was mycolsmn wifYs tastes and habits.

any reduction in the lake charge of Bandmaster Harry Grant, duty all Tuesday morning at his oa "How to Keep a Bus
solos Including and that he was familiar with From where I sit, nobody begrudges
level We can only anticipate that who played piano : post band Happy.
f these rains will continue on through "Humoresque" by Dvorak; "Peg O' the Stewart truck and knew Mr. Prissy taking that clip

: the .winter hoping of course, that.. My Heart" with variations as Strauss Stewart personally, and that the Nothing unusual about that.Except ping from the Clarion. But I'd hies

t they will not but with the water, would have played it, and as it hunting party had not passed that the last person sen reading to hint that if she'd just tduril. F

table so high every shower means might be played In Scotland. China way while he was on duty. Since the paper was Priuy Eoekins (oar she'd get my thoughts on tolerance

fresh trouble. The city Is now making -; and Russia; Alexanders Ragtime this was the only logical route they town's proverbial Old Maid)I firsthand. And In return lU treat

'" arrangements to provide a few Band. could have taken to reach the Well if Prissy has finally got a her to a glass of beer.
,
more ditches to make better use E7HR. the next day, we bad vicinity of the Seminole village it man, more power to her.And more

of new pumping facilities and possibly other piano solos this time by our swung the remainder of the searching tolerance to both of them . because t t a.. i
the thing can be worked out home room teacher who played planes back to the south and I that's what nty column was t1fAu"- 1

shortly so tbat this rainfall water "Bells of St. Mary s" and "Chlng.I -.- west again. I OVV'

may be quickly pumped off the 1 Ling's Jazz Bazaar." Whew Join Search -

1 .:_ tewnslte If the city has to spend'I II In the future we shall look forward Meantime Mrs Stewart and Mrs CofyngKt 1947,UiuuJ.State Brewer F.s+dotiott
P money it doesn have to provide jl I to music by members of the )Mormon tired of waiting at home

$ these facilities it will be in no I class and to talks and music by decided to take an active part in
.
,j worse shape than mots of the I adults In and eat of tile school it the search After reporting to the I

drainage district aroand the I.b-I I self. airport for the latest informaion

;. after their Wfat agataat flood waters they drove down the Devil's Garden SOMETHING TOAlways
,I! FIFTH <>KU>r.Ora twelve miles west
< road some tea or .1
( e Ball) of dewislou At about 5: 30 Wed-
'I' This ........ Monday we bad to afternoon they encountereda
: There to inks a purge of (wildingsad ,' nesday ,,
: the Mats had moved
replace we
cowboy Totiver Mt anlt>llI. employed -
eWn-up work IB Friday for the Japanese display.Janet by'OM Babcock McDanielstold Remember 4

ity at the present tltelO.-I''I reports that fishing .is good of having met Mr Stewart a

paint being spread We wrote to the Chamber of short distance south of that point

remember at any recently !I Commerce of several cities in Florida lie was then on his way to get a .
y Baker Baitding purchased for material to pat into our -C;:
tow the Stewart hunting -
to
truck
help
; Seareeder is getting a fresh ) WHEN IT'S ftJ&
by A. book Each
crap one of us wrote truck out of a bog-hole, deep -
bright
will
coat of paint which considerablyand |I to a different place All except in tbe back-country south and west -
up the business street three have received, replies.
I Hilli
Arcade ta due of Gun-Shy Ranch owned by
: the Post-Off We bad an ejection last week

f for a similar face-rifting about the and voted by secret ballot. Janet ard A Brothers.short time later Mr. Stewart. '

j first of the year Bill Mailer on has his Casper and Swe Settle were elected Mr. Mormon, and the little boy were Excellent ,1
job Food
paint 1
just completed a Couse had exterior to paste material in our scrap book. home, none the worse after spending -I

home; Jimmy wood surfaces painted on Patty Sloan was elected to do the the night and day in tbe woods

exposed and is getting a brand writing "We were half lost and half bog !
building '
kit -
ged down on a back-wood road
Interior of hi.Crtlce *
new paint Job on the HKVT <..KIKi when the truck broke down" ex-

I building and others are There painting i (By Barbara Arnold) I plained )Jr. Stewart .'I want to I
ready to paint YOU ARE
,, or getting that coald We have; some new booksVe thank everybody who participated In' SEEKING

; are still many place and can read in them. the search. We were farther west I' -;;*-

stand a little paint however We are tctratBg some Thanksgiving than the search had extended and

'. don't everybody loot at me sense, in a hMvfly wooded section which I

. i ' We ea write our numbers to 4ft I probably explains why the planes

"J\' WANTED We are sled Shirley ta back In-I had not located us. At no time I The Clewiston inn I

f .-. IICIkMl ? were we In actual danger. .of course. I
J. no buttons. Lois ClsAias BBS moved away Mt the fact reauias tD&t'.e

a Cotton rags, might have been, aDd I vast those f '

pound. Bring nlt.T GiLIDEhiy.Tomn,7 I boys to know I sit ereiy appreciate I "The Sout h 8 Finest Small Hotel"
lOc per
i- ( Woodward i their efforts ta locate as" ,

' 'i s them to the We bits owe B+W boys in oar,i I i

."- '; wan*. n* names are Harold and FOR rt.\LR-Heavy cps>*r-iin d EVERGLADES COCKTAIL

-' i- \1(1U, I IaTpdaj i| drink box. Suitable for beer bx LOUNGE I

Democrat Office Is Armistice Day. ; or wholesale fish dealer. _John

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GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT

; a ; 0 a a ; a G Q Q a - - ----.Mj v g g' a Q oDe D : D :" ---
.r: of serving the ACL as fireman hauling on material the work for train the:' Invisible Fish Win Cattlemen And -;

II new spar line to OkeeUnta. Prize For SportsmanIt Hunters MeetA I

I PERSONAL and SOCIETY Mrs. N. B. Lee, Mrs. J. .t.
-I and
children and Mra. T. L. Williams
It was the last :
are spending this week-end day of the Okee- committee representing the I

in Tampa.Mr. chobee Big Mouth Bass Contest jHendry County Fish and Game Association i

a a D C C ; C C : cae D N D- a" Al'J.w- ................ LU .- . _ . and Mrs. J. H. DiUey and and Chief of Police J. S. Taylor I and the Everglades Cat' :
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders' visited- -w-wTnrTTTrTrvw daughter Judy were visitors in West hadn't had an entry worth mentinning. -j tlemens Association diseassed. buM- ;
spent the week-end with on Armistice Day with Mrs Palm Beach Wednesday. Judy underwent What with hurricaas aDd
Mr.
in
and Terry's lug the Everglades in
Mrs. R. L. Saadford brother, Dewey ToapktM. I an operation her lefeye : lien ,
in Sarasota. j I I oa t high water in addition
Mrs. to his re<<-
R. A. I County at a
\ViUia there meeting Saturday night
J. L. Bed and George s aad Mrs. last week and returned I
Wtdweday from Beck returned , Fred Jenkins are spending today te home from the hospital Saturday.Mra. ular duties of looking after thelaw !j at the Riverside Hotel.
Tulsa I
Oklahoma where they have beenvisiting Tampa. I. J. W. Crum left Wednesday in Clewteton. the chief hadn't i| According to A. A. Hamnrioa,
had
Mr. sad Mn. much time to devote to fish
for a con pie of weeks. They Don Bridger were for Tampa where she plans to make ing. past president aad number of the -
were accosapaaied none by J. L.I called to NaahTlUe. Tenn., \Pri4ay her future home. Her family, who Then, fish aad vtm assadattoa, an
by the death oo the last day came a
Beck's of a relative will reside
soa-ia-law with her
Ira Blair, who there left gotten agreement was reached whereby fish
ray of hope. A friend
will remain for a abort visit. i I Mra. Abe Headry and son, Smiley, Tuesday night for that pl&((. him to invited Noel game afteeetetfaa member
go fishing he
and
Mrs. Margaret Bock of Fort Laaderdaie returned Friday !roan Tampa where Mack Greene was ia Tampa Moa- vent along. They cheee the canals w...)d be allowed. to beat ta cattleMa's -

te the gaeat this week of II'I tioD.I Smiley. underwent a recast operaI day sad Tuesday attending the, sad vaterhotee along the road pasties by" protecting catties i
Mr. and Mm. R. D. Lyoas. Paahioa Man. i through the Devil's Garden And en's tMxreets oaaalag no de-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown and I Arthur Barren was a bosioees fir sad Mrs. E. F. Mcllwaia awl' waffle the other two caught fish.I tractM-a whMever. Any mt::.bsr! /
her sister Mrs. Williams of Miami I I visitor today ha Tampa. children of Pahokee spent the Chief Taylor came: hack with his who fans t.o Mae up to the agree- F
I Mr. aad MIL week-end I' meat woaK he droaa... :Mr. Har-
visited Thursday with Mr. sad Mr*. Bobby Burton aad wfca her sister Mrs stringer apparently eats !
!
L. M. LW;. children of Stuart spent a couple Ralph Wood and family. Apparently hi the right word for rIai-< L A
of dan this .... ...... ._ I
w with
fc h .-... H. it. DetABof the "I lit lat
-' I. RoMasoa and E. P. Ewiag.accompaaied Actually claims the chief the rtmain r
basissitor : Mr. aad MM. X. B. Lee: by Joe Schroeder ofClewtstoa. stringer was heavily lades with the., ed to be worked oat, tile aa.. ara*.- i
Earl Nobles of Waft .1a was here strangest breed of deat said adding "Bat this hi
Erie were in Tampa on bust baas ever caught I abecnafac.
Baas of ,.....
Beach
Tuesday "
here was vlsitiag friends mess Wetaeaaay and Thursday. Invisible Big-Month BBS. BO .... The hatting aeaaml
WedBeatey aad Tkvnaay looking Mr. I
sad
Mra.
Dexter Rutland oYoatIedis. t Stare opens Thursday.
no
one could Hoe the fish,
Mr. and Mra. J. L. Herndon
after 1
spent
property iBiereaU. '
Mis.
here the
are for artsH the chief was perfectly safe ia telling -
R. B. Bwik of with relatives.Mra. week-end Tampa OB basineaa.Cheryl .
Boca Graade how many the stringer bore. County Court
was hen OB haniac the flrM of D. B. Leahy aad Mn. Margaret Sheridan visited relativeshi I Dia9 ng a C 8lerntlo8'W"D him!
the week. Erfcaoa of Kaoxrtlle. Teaa.. Lakelaad over the week..., her I I aDd game warden from LaBelle. Convenes Today
G Mra. Queaiia Bass an aad Mrs. are vMUng their Robert Ahem were is Taap.a'l'laW1Wlbr sister, Mrs. Keaay >unlock aad Mr.Mtmtok. Saaday.Mr. I' warden: asked to see his catch. -
:. and Mn. Thos. Some fifteen cases are o the
and
Friday.R. Datey spent Taylor mutely held up the apparently
A. WBHSM was ia Miami oabaeiaea Mr. sad Mra. George Riddle Of a couple of days this week ia Miami. -r empty stringer, and the warden! docket to come np at the regattrfall
Wednesday.Mrs. Lakeland are vtsiUag ate sister, drove away satisfied. term of county Judge's court
W. L. Bellamy and Mrs. H. Mra. J. \V. Adktas sad Mr. Adkias George Haatoa and family have, "Thank heaven he didn't belt which convenes today Caay
EtbertoQ are rMtors tOday in Fort, this week. moved ta Oteecbobee to make their that stringer" saM Taylor after- Judge R. M. Harris preiMteg.

Myera.Mra.. Patrolman John Collier returned hone. I ward.It had been one of those The cases cover trespassing u-
R. E. Jordan fe ia Lakeland Monday night from the Miami flood, Harry Gnat Jr., visited his family fishing trips you hear about bat lawful possession of wild gamer
on aiMt today.Mra. I area where he has bees working: IB Mulberry over the wet> I seldom encounter, and I had lost posses8i! of fiB and headlight] In
Wm. D. Barrett of EUeatonsaeat for more than a week. I II Mr. and Mra. A. C. Dowd t-ea4'j coast of how many fish I had I woods at night drunken driving
the week-end with her Mice,I )lr. aad Mra. J. W. Adktas and b...... visitors Monday in I caught Of course, since they were, reckless driving and selling alcoholic
]lra. Dewey Toatpkia Larry Hardy took Patty and Jaaet Idral Bowen spent the week-eDCll'I invMbie I had no way of counting -' beverages without a Ucsatse.
)lr. and Mra. Eli MeCall of, Casper to their laces ia Fort Lauderdale with his brother. Connie la BelkGlade. i them. I doat believe PU ever Court opens at ,:3& n..rmoralBe.

Bradeaton visited her parents Mr. Sunday.Rasaell know exactly bow ...,.." .
sad Mra. Dewey Tompkins over the Sorth sad party of Mr. sad Mra. D. C. Garner and Whom the chief arrived home!
w *-ad. Lakelaad were guests at the Moore ma. Daaay. of Went Palm Beach that seeming and showed the iavMMe -
Mr. aDd Mrs. Truman D. Terry.MhM Haven Hotel over the week-end were the guests of her sinter. Mn.Certle Hah to his wife she scoffed.
Effie Kathryn Terry, Doyle while OB a fishing trip. Brooks over the weekend.Mr. However the chief went ahead and Mark R. Tennant
sad Traby Terry of Bradenton I Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffin and sad Mn. R. D. Yoer spent cleaned his catch.

i Mr. and Mra. McBride of Lakeland the week-end ia West Palm Beach. "Such ......" said Mra. Tay- 1M.....

] were here from Friday through lor. "111 MM be a party to it. If Real Estate Broker
i Sunday filial... MRS. IHIYI.KS lL\TEItT.1IXS
yon want them cooked, yon 11 do it
I The I E. Ericson and a party of five URIIMiF. tLtlt TlKslV ." GLADES COUNTY LANDS
men from Miami arrived the first
1 of the week fret Miami t>> Mra. Eugene Boylea was hostess So Taylor west ahead and cooked 607 Congress RMg. Miami Ha

Freeman ; some machinery at the power pleat to the members of her bridge. cnb the". taTfethfe.,. haM. sad ate them all
-; i of Glades Electric Cooperative.Dr. at a covered dtsn eraser -ruessay
I R. H. Tab of the Livestock sight at the Woman's Club clnb- At lent that's the story be tells t ;

Shoe I Sanitary Board, was a visitor here: iwasea of the fishing trip, and It was Jut CLASSIFIED ADS
for a couple of days this week. High scare prise for the evening good enough to win him second
I' Rev. \V. S. Boaemaa was in Lake I went to Mr. sad Mra. R. D. Yoder price In the Whopper division of
Alfred several days this week attending and lw ta Mr. and M.... W. B. the bass contest, donated by Clew- FOR SU-K Because of removat
' Worn With Pride By a Methodist Farter's coa- Irby. TravelHag pries was wn by I ton Inn.With. must sell :J5 White Leghorn and
i fereare.Mra. Mra. W. F. MiiBer. Aantra White young laying hens.
Millions Gladys Stalls and Peggy Others attending were )lr. andMra. March and April hatch from nigh a I
i Stalls spent the week-end in Tampa A. G. Httehiaec"Mr.: and The ChurchesFIRST I egg producing stock. Write A. M.
sad Lake Wales.Eugene Mrs. Carr Settle and fcr. Muller. Taylor. Moore Haven Fla.. Rt 2.
PRICED Boyfee sat the weekend METHODIST CHURCH i Box I!. UpI
with relatives in Live Oak. HE Ui.\fI: LOIMIK IIOXOKS lirv. W. S. Rozemaa. Pastor I L
J. E. Frierson attended a tw! MRS. J.1-. flU'M Tfl>l.%Y FOR SALE.-194T Custom Foardoor
in'sst PalmBeech Church School sedan. Like new HIT
control meeting I --10.00 a. m. I' Dodge
; $8.50 to 11.95 Jut Thursday. Following thUcbclah regula" are 'irg: .,t : Morning \\"onhlp.-l1oo a. m. new Studebaker Land Cruiser*
County Agent A. G. Hat..:asjB Lodso Tuesday nih i The Methodist Church extends a four-door sedan with overdrive and
attended a meeting la Okethobe j members teN a bingo party tJf'I I welcome to yon. The Church I climatiier. 114 new Pontlat Eight
\\"11n...: S UT F1E1 WITH Saturday .1 ing one of their members. :Mrs. School has a class for every age. Convertible with radio. heater,'for ,
Eugene BoY*, rat PrO_ weav I W. Cruse who ten Wednesday to You are Invited to worship with ui j i i lights. Call at Democrat Office.
Miss 'lItTII.: : F1XKST: W. B. Irby aettnded a meeting of make her t.oh& Tampa. in the regular church worship hour. !' Moore Haven Fla. etc !

IS .\\'.\II.BLENow .e.rre Array officers ta Belle GladeWednesday Following an hoar of bingo play
night Mm. Leoaard Stalls received high
score price and Mrs. A. O. Howde-
i PierIdaGeorgia shell lew. A gift was presented to I
Get the Habit of
in stock at sonville Saturday and spent the Mrs. Crum. The hostesses, Mrs. J. Shopping at
week-end with friends. C. Swiadatl and Mra. W. L. Weth- I
erington: served cookies and cold I
I Miss Irene Scott and Jimmy Don ?rp
drinks to: )1.... Howdeahell. .-:- J :
Mrs. ;
MACK'S : Wilson, students at Stetson Unij *
j verity in DeLand were here for taj j; Gaits Miss Waada Howdeteell. TlV aTn Z ,'
j week-end. I Ii Miss Margie Cram, Mrs. George
Department Store I; Birchard DwBose of Lakeland laj Sturgis, Mra. :M. A. Summers Mrs. "Family t Fort ;
:spending a few weeks here while Paul Wilson. :Mrs. W. T. BaB. Mrs.F. ,
I E. Lardy, M.... Fred Jevaiae and Drpt. Myew
Mrs L M Lilly. ,

s j Store"
( JIMMY FARXAM: iu FLu
P.IIITcX: IIIRTHD.A.V .

Jiast ArrivedThe i' r L E. Faraam entertained a
.
t group or> Children at her home Prti -
< .> ", 'nooa the occasion beta Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More

ihfuhtb birthday of.r vela
Jimmy BUY FROM one CT.tf.Of'l' 10OOOO Item,

I Cam.N were played or the lawn
after w h H'b refreahmenu of iced .
fruit I"u".b." assorted cookies J

Finest Collection of Fishing Lures To I, W4-r> srrv'd to: Linda N4 JerryKnNns. I : - -:
:Sue and Sandra Settle. -- -
(':race and Dorcas Baa: Glenn Tay-
Be Found in This Area
Icr. Kill> Ray and Glen Hefltn.
I'; Sharon and Bobby "'_"f'rby. Carol -I"
B>rd. Giles Tomaklns. Virginia and
: Carl :Speai Merry Lynn Roberts. FLAMIN6ODAIRY [

Featuring the I Keith Ewing Jay and John! \ i
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; Yaun. Tommy Woodward and Tom- .

"BIG SNORTER"The nip HutrhlnaoB.SON.
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over-size lure for tarpon and snook HORN:

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Mr and .... !V-.tt arc

For All Fishing Needs Consult '' ho proud parants of a ba<>y !boy
born last Fr.'C' 7. at the l _

honof. Mrs. J .*. Wiilnigbam Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
The >Wane man. has been nanit-U
Household Elliott Elton.Mr. : I If I Manufactured i 4
Glades : in Florida for Florida, Users

f! and Mrs. E. D Clark an ; f FOR SALF' ijf THIS
; nounce the arrival of aa eight' ltE..iT DEHTDRAll.VG PLANT IX
Appliance Corp. pound tbrregnnrP MOORE HAVE )
: daughter !ton!I
!! :November 8 at Good Saatarttaa' ij WOBURN
Glenn Brower, Mgr. i I Hospital ia Went Palm Beadle TIter CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
iI young lady hag been named I I MOORE HAVEX, FLORIDA
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1. What state passed the first 1. Connecticut passed a law in

n am e to . tQfllE ; "i T r WTn ir"rrt"'n.* speed law? 1901 restricting the speed of motor
2. What happened to the Colossus vehicles to 12 miles an hour on ,

SCRIPTURE: n Peter; Jude; Luke of Rhodes the highway and 8 miles an hour '-

East 3. What territory was added to within the city limits.
18-DEVOTIONAL BEADING: Matthew J:3- the United States by the Gadsden 2. Destroyed by an earthquake

Purchase in 1843 3. New Mexico and part of Art

4. What name is given to the zona.

Building CharacterLesson preliminary draft of a treaty 4. A protocol.

5. In what states are the "Great ,. Utah and Nevada. i

for November 16, 19-11 American desert"? 6. A shako.
6. A drum major's tall fur hat 7. Yes. They scrub themselves

is called what? by squirming aroad on the saad
\ E SHALL need to read carefully -
*,v 7. Do fish bathe? at the bottom of the water.
Second Peter if we are to

profit most in the study of Sunday's

lesson. Peter tells us: NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS
"According as his J
hath 'JI
divine

that given pertain us power all things unto Cloth Doll// With Movable Limbs I IVHO


life and godliness. Due to aa i tautsaalure 4ema d and ,
through the knowl- current smtgfaaav rte tee u 1
r recjulred to I aDhur orders ftc a few of UM t
\ edge of him that mot popular patterns. ,
hath called us to Send roar: order to: I
glory andfVirtue." II

We may partakeof I stone Clrtte NeedhcriR Dept
the divine nature i SM W. Kaadolpk St. Chicago M, ... 1
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Dr. Newton that is in the t
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In addition to Second Peter, we I J
are asked to read Jude and Luke 1 I

2:40-52.: The passage in Luke tells I Tail
Baked Stuffed Tomatoes Save Meat 't r
how Jesus grew and waxed strong ---- 'j
(See Recipe below) in spirit, filled with\ wisdom; and the I. The tail of a camflis always on .'

grdce of God was upon him. the side away from the am, prob- 1
Meat Savers . ably because it consists ef extremely "
LYNN CHAMBERS' MEND y
i As iesus Grew rarefied matter thrown off ,
t Every now and then when we are by the comet, and is powerfully
p Celery and Potato Soup 'V E HEAR a great deal today y the ;
i called upon to save meat, it helps repelled by radiant pressure 1
Baked Stuffed TomatoesHot aboutu\'en delinquency. The
to have dishes with meat-like tex- the sun.
ture and flavor so appetites are sat- Biscuits question everywhere arises What i
isfied. Fortunately Baked String Beans with can we do to prevent juvenile delinquency ( I
Mushrooms
?
.
there are cer-
'" tain combinations Molded Pear Salad Relishes We have the answer in Sun- I /&* Get Well

( vegetables Chocolate Cake day's lesson. As Jesus grew in ;

J which, when Beverage'Recipes wisdom and stature and in &ivor fisa QUICKER
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., :I served with some given. with God and man, so can every \wC rr.. ro.rc..sb _
::: cheese, are excellent youth in America grow into strong VipV O".Ce14 '

for such and beautiful manhood and wom- FOLEY'S
just
p egC.oeadIffI
J ex pulp out of partly cooked halves anhood. i
y i a purpose. leaving a half-inch shell Chop pulp
Tomatoes with a bit of bacon are and add to sausage mixture; add The parents of Jesus we are told, -

satisfying for hearty appetites; so poultry seasoning arid salt and pepper obeyed God in doing for the Child 1J 1
1 are squash and lima beans with a to taste. Fill eggplant shells with all that they were commanded to do.
: : bit of sausage. Au gratin combinations e a
the mixture. Sprinkle with cheese. a -
I are interesting, too, from the The Lcvu of God
Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees
: point of view of satisfying appetites
) until well browned. II yourselves In the love of
well the KEEP
as as budgetUse
i ." Jude 21. There is the r
the recipes given today when Baked String Beans with Mash-
formula for building Christian char-
i you want to save on meat; these rooms. acter. \ couldn't love a don like 6HILDRENImk
dishes not meant to be used (Serves 6)
are asa This business of building Chris- . it's so cute Just
i vegetable side-dish for the aver- 1 pound string beans, slivered
tian character is based on a formu- change the hair- o and clothes and
age family as they are just a bit too 1 pound mushrooms la-keeping within the circle of you've a girl doll, too
1 much on the hearty side for such a 2 tablespoons butter God's love. . .
purpose. 2 tablespoons flour tes1bf pi II
Arms and >o move. Patt.n'17 has a
It is Just as essential to have I
1 2 milk
cups transfer tnstructtao tor doU and cloth us year 'U..W.
Baked Staffed Tomatoes. 14 cup buttered bread crumbs the proper nourishment in building for boy or (irL ? cUUna I
(Serves 5) Christian character as in ..b. !... tee
5 tomatoes Cook green beans in boiling salt- growing a fine ear of corn. Progress three 8..,,'. ., .

5 slices of bacon ed water until tender. Drain well. is not accidental. It is the II Roger Bacon Jailed for dart& Sd = '

2 cap bread crumbs Peel slice and saute mushroomsin result of right thinking right behavior -
2 tablespoons chopped onioni butter. Dredge mushrooms in right purpose. Only in the Prophesying in His Day atr.1AADVitISS

teaspoon salt flour and add the milk. Cook, until love of God can the young life $54 .a g .tondl.t MtvaI
H thickened. Combine with beans and nature for Christian Poor Bacon! The oil B4fi cUUrn grow rt ....**...
teaspoon pepper find the Roger citizens ..-< teeth. trsif ......
H cop grated cheese pour into a buttered baking dish. character. fif his time didn't recognize himas H.hs..ed.eas..botkqI.ek
Sprigs of parsleyCut Over the top sprinkle the bread . the father of scientific research noi.h AAD ViUvUMOU

crumbs. Bake just long enough to Christian Mathematics so he served term after term in fooLKa1l7--..
tops off tomatoes and remove heat through and brown the crumbs. ft it. BlIP t.dar. a1
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pulp. Cook bacon until crisp. Break TURN again, if you will, to Sec jaiLAnd all because he preached of .SS .tars.

into small pieces. Make a stuffingby Onions with Potatoes. Peter, and read his mathe- miracles like airplanes, automobiles I, tfcon JOT a took- .
mixing tomato bacon breadcrumbs 8 bermnda onions matical formula by which Christian
pulp steamships, and "the ever if'*powerful fSCOIIS
l onion, salt and pepper. Fill 3 cups diced cooked potatoesSalt character is realized: "
lasting lamp, known now as electric
cavities of tomatoes with the stuff- and pepper "Add to your faith virtue, and -
lights. Sometimes the life of ,
ing. Sprinkle tops with grated V cop milk to virtue knowledge, and to knowledge I genius is not pleasant a EMULSION .<
cheese. Place tomatoes in a heat. 2 tablespoons buttercup temperance and to temperance I you can -

resistant glass dish. Bake in a moderately Vi cheese, grated patience, and to patience i tee.

z hot (400 decree) oven for Paprika godliness and to godliness brothj j -- ---- .

30 minutes. Serve garnished with Peel the onions and cut a slice erly kindness, and to brotherly

f parsley. from the top of each. Parboil in kindness charity. For if these
e things be in yon, and abound, they
salted
boiling wa-
Squash, Sausage and Lima Bean
shall neither be
ter for 15 make you that ye
Platter.
barren nor unfruitful in the knowledge -
(Serves 4) utes. Drain of our Lord Jesus Christ"

2H cups cooked, mashed squash scoop ing just out a, 1 I 1 Old-fashioned stuff, someone will :

1 m caps cooked lima beans Season tal I cynically observe. Aye, old-fash '\
1
I tablespoon batter but only from :
2 with salt and ioned it may seem '
i sF t'8 sausages per. Place this old-fashioned formula can character /

Arrange squash in four nests on iron skillet I be built-Christian character.

t : a heat resistant glass utility plat- a low flame, cov- And what is it that our needy,

ter. Place lima beans in center of er with milk and dot with butter. frightened world is asking for above I
each squash nest Dot lima beans When all the milk is absorbed, fill I everything else today? For the :

with butter. Place sausages around the onion shells with the potato mix certitude of hope that is found only,

squash nests. Bake in a moderateoven ture and cover with grated cheese. in hearts that are staid. upon G .d. '

(350 degrees) for 30 minutesor Dust with paprika and run under I I I I
until sausages are done. the broiler flame to melt the cheese i Jud 's Benediction II

Sausage Stuffed Eggplant and heat thoroughly. you have read I hope, the brief I I I

of Jude,only 25 verses. You !
Corn and Bean
Pudding. +
(Serves 4) au n
1 1 medium eggplant (Serves 6) have followed his pungent, cogent i e4p

!i pound pork situate H cap butter argument. You have followed his I

\ V4 cup chopped onion 2 eggs, separated exhortation. And now you come to 1 ,;
his benediction\ very fitting climax
: 1 clove
garlic, minced 2 tablespoons flour lesson i- :
for Sunday's : :
: 1 green pepper, chopped Vi teaspoon sugar "Now unto him that is able to M .;;
t 2 tablespoons chopped parsley H teaspoon salt ,
from falling, and to
2 cooked brown rice H teaspoon white keep you Rub in -
cups pepper BeD-Gay far fast-ectinL gentry
sent faultless before the pre-I soothing "
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H teaspoon seasoningSalt relief from
poultry Paprika neuralgic
ence of his glory with exceeding pain. Be&Gay contains up to
and pepper 1 cup soup stock to the only wise God our Saviour, be 2 Vi time more methyl aalkyUt aDd menthol-two: ,'
I 14 cup grated cheese 1 cup cream I famous pei -retininc
glory and majesty, dominion and agents your doctor knowsaboutthan
1 quart cooked and shredded five other ry
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green and widely offered ruI> JL Insist
both
now evermore.
Cut eggplant in half lengthwise.Cook power
beans oa lenuine J3eD.Ga the .
original &wae
in boiling salted water for 10 2 Amen. It Aaafg6sique. ..--;,
cups com acts fastl '
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lightly browned, sugar, salt, pepper and paprika.Add need of America today is more .,1
". stirring occasion- soup stock and cream. Fold in Christian character in the home
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per and parsley, and cook until vege- to a greased baking dish and bake in school room, to. the. meeting. house
tables are almost tender. Pour offshoot a moderate oven (350 degrees) for <
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'I is ignorant of.-Montaigne.ii Linens to be stored should contain ,r Silks and woolens are general
I no starch. Wrap them in deep folded or rolled so that tl.'! rim
I Phfleaapiy lit> arK h..u IK blue paper to prevent their turn side is inside.
i >.bub v* return to earth mile the ing yellow and store them in a I -
uiergf ., i 1aitiei. jsrt; t dark place free from dampness The amateur painter can appfe
:A -'- !t enamel easily and without le.vmj
Observance and not old age, Leather desk sets can be cleaned i brush marks if he will first hea
!F rings wisdom, [ beautifully with saddle soap. Rub I the paint in a pan of warm water
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. gently when applying. When dry I Brushing a small area at a time

I 1\ben the heart is afire, some rub vigorously i is sound practice
I sparks will fly out of the mouth. -e- -e-
I Knots in the thread when hem When you make a fruit pie that't
Those who think it peraussjc ] ming table linens may be avoided likely to run over, pat a eook)
be: to tell white lies soon grow simply by running each needleful sheet under it. The cooky sheet fc
I c ,I.or-blind. I of thread through a piece of paraffin I I much less bother to clean than the
before sewing with it. j i I inside of the oven.
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Valuable Information: I f Permanent Hair-Do an WIry scratch and '

On Adopting a Child : 1 Invention of Ancients Itch inn f fOr *so=

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adopting a child and let the "l P fr %_ .<
Butter drop just like that*
Granted the first step is always h. 4.
t"e hardest but even that one can
be easy if you know which way
j oj're going
The first flUe to do to consult tie authorized
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prepared to answer q< bons-wIitc are
neat cwrdida iuat-about your horn We.
>want L'or mart isge and die type of child you !

Is there a ntlnimum Income' !' -Farm I f
pre for tncuoce have Knall actual cash II Poor little chest muscle afl ear -'
incoiite. vet provide most of ti-jir needs I and "achey" from hard coughing?
tram borne the environment land. Moderate are sufficient.means and good I II 6l7.: Quick, Mother-call for soothing
Mentholatum Rub it on back,chest,
Authorized axencie in every state are
lIsted in our latest Reader Service booklet I neck. Your child will like that warm
Adopting a Child atone with actual ease MENTHOLATUM genUyftunulatmg action!Helps Inwncongestion
t-istortes. the traced ot Mack market bates without child'sQu7a
and how children are tested before irritating
being offered to you delicate normal aim. At same tune,
. . comforting vapors leases coughing.
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;' t.. we have Mwr been able to seep It., regular deis.ry of 4aaJMr traKaa m tlt.r easterner Them-

; School Leses Appeal ; I........ several year. age. they gladly lay a preaatamprice ; lean housewife is not dumb; TOO

I that we a."t... some of the for It. While...* .H* box may fool her now aad then but
millioaa we spend wa ladrertiaUMt shippers hichjnck the eeamer.moat .il after she is takea-ia early ia the
Against Suspension our trait to van coBsaams aaajaat of then an Mac __ received seats, she U off ot Florida cKms
this green fraM at the begiaaing of and those who do are baild- fruit for a laws tin:e and 'V! totf
-- the seasoa sad I still think It
-- rag a worthwhile repeat business the aror cr \\Yold! it to iwsrrauHgtiioi .
til,1 w.iintent In imitation of would te a good idea. .1
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School Officials Parents that insures them a good ret an
t' 1 lioiliu.ortb iir.nnpalt' SInce the Florida citrus industryis I for their. product WUb : ; nICKK4J
this tune the feut>jt>tt of an assistant either too dumb or too selfishto E 1id'"U: H &
And Citizens Go To !
coach WAS broached to Hill. play square with the eoesumer.the No Floridian la his right mind I:
Sebring Uiordmg to the school trustees Hill worm at last baa tamed. National would either bay or attempt to I;i .
eat the kind of trait we hart oa;;, ORLANDO. No* 1S-J'NS -
appeared to he agreeable toe this; buyers fed up with oar lose
t plan, which worked oat success-; junk trait have flashy decided to shipping early la the SMOM. Bethgrower 1|Sis track fines operating as cea-
A lIMP of school officials. par-I{ tally the year before. However.: take action themselves. Why they and shipper kaow that it M.I.alil mon carrier in Florida have tiled
.... ltd citiieas of Clewiaton iI iII I the following aMM-nta*. Holllngaworth -! havea't doa so before this is hard to eat but their motto ta "Let]i I i a request vita the Florida Railroad
I ft* SeAriag Wednesday afternoon to i foond Hill's resignation lying to aadentaad I I tile l buyer beware.;' and to bell',' and Public Utilities Commission forpermission
appeal the susneutea of Ctewittoa I oa his desk and HiD had left I Anyhow the Kroger GI'OCt'O'I I with the reaction <;.> establish a 1C per cent -.
With School from the state athleUcf: Clewmtoa. Chain, aa organization with i My congratulations to the big' iacreaae la intrastate freight rates

association The saspeaston was, A day or so later Coach R. G sands of retail outlets I grocery chains who have "put their!| at a meeting of the commission held
laid down by Lafayette Golden, Stone was hired to fill Hills resignation : the middle west announced Utoa-I foot down'' and who refuse to I| here last week:
executive secretary of the executive -
the aasocistiorab..t post Stone arrived ia Clew- was through -yiag junk and I f
committee
I tsum a day later, and the same day i purchase ao more Florida citrus '
ef-
taetlveVedaeday a week: ago to nicht become The) Hill returned and stated he had decided I fruit that did not meet the USDA
to withdraw his Grade A standard sEver
Maaeaaton was upheld at Searing: t.a&'HUOB'1
This was refused, since since this announcement
>y the executive board. for a 4 is I
I already been hired and arrived to Florida growers and skippers, who Hunting Hunting
tooth period
I fill out his unexpired term as athletic have condemned green fruit shipments
At the time G WeD'. decision wa{
director at Clewiston bad and
indulged
on one
Principal C. 1. Hoittncsworth -, Time's = fit j
telegraphed to 1
The next move was an announcement in the practice oa the other, have .- 't1 Supplies
last week it was made that Mr Golden would arriveat been screaming their heads off.
dear that an appeal could be madeto I
the executive committee The HolliBgsworth's office to open But it looks like they are going 1\ Coming Are Here
Into charges
an Investigation 1 to have to accent it whether they
school derided that the appeal was
brought by Coach Hill agauut the it for following the
like
or not
indicated. aad sent its officials to I
outside
school officials claiming
.attend the meeting Wednesday Kroger lead other big chain buy
interference bad bene brought tobear
hare the policy,
Swaeaafon from the state athie- ers adopted same Hunting season It approaching-ami We nre ready for H. IVttrrrlieck
association bars Ctewtatoa High I upon his coaching carafwhkh and this week the AVian-Lovett jour equipment and up(>lirs and hon < come In for these
his
>aoaoi from atbfeUe actiTiito with forced resignation Chain announced that it was, Denied Item. UeSe got what joull nerd.
.... acfeoots which are members of I through with trait unfit to eat and

the state groap (\ooX--- until such time as all fruit from
The saspeaaloB was the outgrowthof '
the resignation of Coach HerrtHUI Too Late To ClassifyRr the state was edible. Hunting vest and -
which took: place shortly after I ,!! Other large chaias like A & P I II cap

the second football game of the sea- RITSSEM. K\Y 'I Ix I Food Stores, will undoubtedly follow -
... Coach Hill in a notarized I the same policy and it will prove, made of sturdy, light
complaint to )lr. Golden claimed 4t br6J+:-iwr + : :-:{..--: : +rn' > one of the Met things that ever ? t1
that "oatside interference" with his I happeaed to the Florida citrus in
4oacalag! had forced him to resign From the inception of the citrus dustry.In I material. A must for J
laJe position as athletic director atOewiatoa industry, Florida, year after year, my humble way I have been
High School has practiced fraud and deceit in telling tee truth about Florida fruit _
A meeting followed Hill's resignation attempting to market oranges and since I first came to the state in every hunter.
at which Lafayette Golden grapefruit that are immature and 1914 I hare coasfeteatly condemned -
taTeatfgated the coach's charges unfit for human consumption. the evil practice of chipping -

against school officials and parents As early as beptember. Florida green fruit and will continue
Tb.esearleB were outlined in a fruit begins to move to northern to do so.Florida. Guns
notarized letter from former Coach markets It Is as green as grass produces the finest citrus I: Have
Hill, who did not appear at the in- : and any consumer who buys it is fruit in the world and it is criminal ;
vwtSgation :1. doomed to disappointment. Maturity to offset this God given advantage -; t Been
Parrot f'Mnpkin To Official tests which were supposed to by allowing a few selfish I Hard
At the Investigation it was brought I I check this evil fail miserably. Fruit growers or shippers to bring HI
\14 sat that parents of the football I is artificially colored and prettied repute on the entire citrus Industry.The .i '---- --- To Get!

1 layers had protested the fact that I up and some of it looks quite big idea, of (coarse is to get '
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their children were being injuredin tempting on the outside, but mother the fruit off the tree and into the .. We Have
practice and games These protests nature hasn't finished her job and market before a cold wave hits. A Few
the parents presented to the the housewife finds to her sorrow But the shipment of green fruit
firhool trustees, with a request that that she had spent her good money does more damage than th>- aver SHOTGUNS AND RIFLES
some action be taken to prevent for a mess of garbage. age freeze.
further unnecessary Injury to their This consistent shipment of worth- The tremendous growth of the -I, !
children. The request, according to less inedible fruit gives all Floridaif gift box trade has been built on
evidence presented at Golden'g Investigation a black eye. It knocks the the shipment of quality fruit.
; led to a meeting of I'bottom out of the market and messes Thousands of folks have learned PLENTY OF SHELLS
the school trustees at which Coach' np the whole deal but somehow to depend on reputable shippers fort I

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