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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 21, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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! f Win Trustee Election Citrus CenterErnest i By State Grand MasterMinutes


August: Portebo nf, 74 --

-- years of age and a resident of

f Voting Very Light In Hunting Season Citrus Center since the settlementof of Board M.V.. Frank Thompson

that community about ne,.
County-\Vide Got Underway passed away at his home there Of Public Instruction j Attends ConventionOf
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} Contest Monday following a brief illness. 20th District

) Thursday Morning )Ir. Porteboeuf was born in La- November 3, 1917.

Mane, France capitol of the province Board of I
tt The Glades County
Moore Haven Lodge No. 61. F.
it t C. 8. Preasfey. opposed in board Hunters from every part of the of Sarth. o-n January 13, Public Instruction met in regular

; ttBr district No. *, Moore Haves state have been converging on the 1873 and earn to the United session on the above date with all and A. M. was host lodge Wednes-

( polled S3 votes, the highest States with hill parents at the age members present, Lnveaia Gorman day night to the convention of the
the Everglades hunting
portion of '
1 number given any candidate in of four years settling at Patterson T. H. Snell and Velton Walters. twentieth Masonic District of Florida

& the race Tuesday. for school trustees grounds open this year for hunting 'I N. J. He was married at the The minutes of the last meeting I and were highly honored at a

for the Bty-wtde district. and local niareds bare had their age of twenty and at the death of were read and upon motion by Mr. i

% In second place with 40 votes shooting irons oiled for several his wife only a few years later, he 1- Snell, seconded by Mr. Walters and I visit from Most Worshipful Frank

t was Fisher Lag of District 1 who weeks in anticipation of the open enlisted in the French Foreign duly carried approved as read. I H. Thompson Grand Master of

was opposed by Broward M. Daniel lagIf there are those you're missed ' Legion with a friend and returnedto Bryant Williams and Rob Mc- Masons in Florida.

who received *Z votes. In this dhtrttt France to serve a three-year en- Daffie of Lakeport appeared before It was the second time that the
the last few days you can safely listment. He then returned to set- i
P Fred M. Coyner received 4 I : the board at this time, request- lodge had hfen risked by a GrandMaster
f wrlt.ID"etM.. figure that they're somewhere In tle at Patterson N. J.
lIDS that if possible a school teacher since It was chartered In

' la third pteee WM R. F. Hasfcew the woods, living dose to nature In nt' the land boom was started I be provided for the Lakeport children 1920 and the first time it had
Center and he was attracted -
t of Palatdato with 39 votes. This and baying for a shot at a deer or In Citrus and classes held In the church erred as host to a district con-
to the Glades Count community i
t race was la board nmabr district turkey.As out In their locality, for whatever venttoa.
the Caloosa-
X. 2 gad his eppostent in this district I coming up period of time the high water
this is written there is little : hatchee River by boat. the only The lodge meeting was preceded
W. B. Whiddes, received 21 indication of any of the hunters means: of entry at that time. existed out there. The board gave by a barbecue, prepared by a
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Totes. having had any great amount of Mr. Porteboeuf was a meat cutter -I. the matter due consideration and group of Clewhton members and

la district No. 4, LaBelie MI4 lock bat this may be because it 19 and has worked requested the superintendent to served in the Moore Haven school

Mate are, tfeere were no candidates still too early to have received .a in this by capacity profession at various times In contact the State Department of lunchroom, inclement weather preventing -
the ballot but 2 votee Education in regard to this situation
oa were report. the stores of Moore Haven ill health the outdoor dinner which
written in for J. F. Cross, one for One party composed of Vernon during the last few years preventing and learn Jut what this board had been planned. Every speaker -

Raleigh SumiMraJl oe for Hoyt Bales Dr. T. W. Weeks, Roger regular Payment. could do la such: a sftuattom and at the meeting bad high praise

Altmaa aad three for Walter Greer.la Week Ag Wood and Dill Peeples any service held Wednesday then report the matter to members for the excellent barbecued mats
were
district No. 5. Lakeport, \V. sent in a deer today from their Funeral afternoon at the Ortona of the board as well as to Lakeport I i irNldenu. I and accessories.The .

B. Norton received 36 votes and camp somewhere In Headry county Ceatetery with Rev. W. Scott Bozeman I lodge was opened promptlyat

A. A. Beck 31. and another swamp buggy umt pastor of the Methodist Lacy Rautersofl. and C. E. Fleming eight o'clock and the proper reception

Since it was a county race the through shortly after noon with a I Church officiating. of Patadate appeared before given first to R. W. William -

candidate only being grouped by. deer and turkey. I the board at this time with a pe- C. Owen, district deputy

districts to assure no more than one But the, general report la that I SUPPLEMENTS: tition signed by the majority of grand master of the 20th District

winner coming from one district. "it's too wet for good hunting." ELECTION the Palmdale residents, requestingthat and then to the Grand Master: and

the three highest in total votes were i In this week's lH.ue of the IHmocrat the board not sell the Palm- the three Grand Lodge Officers

it the winners and the new board of A pair of rare black-neck: South I will be found the entire groupof dale school house and property, advertised who accompanied him. District

trustees for the coming two yearsI American swans Imported from I laws passed by the 1917 w*lon I for sale bids for which are Deputy McBride Of the llth district

will be Pressley Ange and Haskew.' Chile have been added to the Hialeah of the Florida I jrirfmur*. It Is to be opened at this meeting District Deputy Earl Gray of

:t The proposed regular mlllage of Infield '-scenery- The birds
i m was approved 35 to 0 and the were flows from Santiago to New II the hand of every rricMemlvoted from Messrs. Me Far lane. snveyant Art Taylor of Punta

f t E. proposed four-mill building reserve York City, and then sent back to of the county so If any are Ferguson Allison and Kelly at- Gorda.

J' levy was approved 33 to 7. Miami by rail. I missed a ropy may be procured from torneys-at-law. for Lykes Brothers. The invocations wa by Rer. W.

If extras on hand at the Democrat of- Tampa, Florida, requesting that Scott Bozeman lodge chaplain and

f tier. consideration be given to Lykes the address of ...welcome was given

Is Enough reading wilt be found tm Brothers, who deeded the land for, by- Attorney,J.. M__ Couse. Attorney
if City Water System this supplement to 'keep everyonewelloccupied flies building *%itsofIiaV Palmdale W. Lamar Rose of Punta

10' for aeterml dr*. I school to Glades County Board of Gorda gave the response.

I Public Instruction, saying that the

Criticised By Official Eastern Star Meeting I intent of such firm was to deed It I District various Deputy distinguished Owen recognizedthe Masonsin

10 the school: board as long as it
i Held Tuesday Night and I the assembly which Included
F was used for school: purposes
representatives from lodge la
Soil Conservation that at the end of inch: time it would every
the district and heard talks by
Water Safe But Overall Mr*. S. B. Snell, Mrs. A. A. Arn- revert to Lykes Brothers. Upon a

Supervisors To MeetThe old and Miss Dorothy Evelyn Arn- thorough search of the minutes and many of the visitors. Recognitionwas
Condition of PlantUnsatisfactory extended to In the
: I old of Palmdale were Initiated Into records in the office of the superintendent everyone
lodge hall and their lodge.
Moore Haven Chapter No. 116 Or- and checking: of the deed
elected board of supervisors -
newly I The business session followed
der of the Eastern Star at a regular to the property no such intent was
of the Glades County Conservation with fine annual reports being
meeting of the Chapter Tuesday : Indicated. The matter was referred I
District will meet on Fri- given by lodge of the district
the every
C. M. Berkowlti, representing evening.Mrs. to the attorney for the board
day of next week to organize. name I marking this as one of the most
water treatment division of the E. M. Dull worthy matron, who was requested to reply to the
officers and formulate plans of I successful: years for Florida Mason
State Beard of Health appeared before and J. K. Rogers, worthy patron letter from the attorneys for Lykes
the city commission at Its operation according to County presided. Brothers ry.

to on Agent A. G. Hutchinson. At the conclusion of the
report by
meeting Tuesday night were rendered Business
Special songs At this time the one bid for the
an Inspection of the city water) Several officials are expected to Mrs. M. A. Thomas and Miss Msx- Palmdale school property was opened session the Grand Master aide his

treatment plant criticising severelythe be there from the State Office to ins Dot accompanied by Mrs. J. address to assemblage and he held
i ; by the board, but found not to
but admitting assist in explaining the program In the group's rapt attention he
condition of the plant H. Doty at the piano. be a legal bid. since it containedno as
had tested detail to the supervisors so that told of his for the
that the water It was announced that the anneal deposit as required by law. program year
safe from a bacteriological stand operation of the district can get immediately memorial service will be held the thing that Florida Masons
Mr. Walters
It moved
underway. hall Sunday November 30. was by should continually strive to attain
point. at the seconded by !oil'. Snell and carried
f Berkowlts said that the principal at three o'clock. The public>> is In and practices: the various lodges
that this bid be rejected and that
In the lack of proper ands should avoid. The talk was !
faults lay Cake Walk In Park vited.
I the board advertise for bids for
facilities the, social straight-forward and almost '
s constant operation Following the meeting a severe
co rapIdly -' recreationhall I I placing the Palmdale school: house -the address of man living and
; water conditions changing Tomorrow NightThe hour was enjoyed in the back on the foundation and completely :
j that operators are needed to with Mrs. J. B. Cox. Mrs. G. hoping to see every member live the i
i -- I remodeling and repairing
; devote entire time to the work and mothers of children in the R. Dyers, Mrs. G. J. Burcbard and painting Inside and out such school principles of Masonry

I a condition which the opening of school band are planning a cake Mrs. W. P. Waters hostesses. The building. The Grand Master and the other I

the new power JlI.nt"l11 make walk in the park tomorrow (Saturday ball and refreshment tables were I Grand Lodge officers arrived UClewbtoa

worse through efforts to use the; ) night and It Is understood that decorated with autumn shrubbery, Upon motion by Mr. Snell seconded earlier In the day and

same operators for a different the school band under the directionof flowers and lighted colored candles, by Mr. Walters and carried;I were the guests of Mr. Owen at ;

building; housekeeping not good Harry Grant. Jr.. will give Us nut cup favors of miniature Thanksgiving Bryant Williams was allowed ten luncheon at the Clewistoa Inn, atone

and plant should be kept spotless; first concert at that time. turkeys were given to the gallons of gasoline and two quart: of the sugar bones sad other "

auxiliary equipment (pumps) out The raised will go toward members. Mrs. C. H. Settle offereda : of oil per week and that Ted Beck I points of Interest la the vicinity.
money
be $16.00 week for transporting
and there paid per
of place giving little or no protection the purchase of uniforms for Thanksgiving prayer Committees in charge: were as
pumpsare of "Thanksgiving Lakeport ttudents up toCompton'
when present electric band members. was ensemble singing follows: Refreshments H. Craw
corroding the M. Pirkle I store where they can
down; acid water I Song. Mrs.___ C. board the school bus for traaaportation ford Jobs Barton, C. L. !leC1.don. ..-
the Frost is'
water__ cipes. Wildlife Federation gave a reading "When" to Moore Haven public schoolIt E. E. Morrison, J. K. Rogersand
He recommended the keeping ofl on the Pumpkin. W. H. Roland; Reception and

adequate plant records showing the I Iama1lBt Holds ConventiohST. Members from Clewiston attending was moved by Mr. Walters, Fellowship-Mack Greene, L E.
Mrs. E. M. Dull seconded by Mr. Snell and carried
of water pumped' hours of were: Mr. and Scott and W. L.' Bellamy; Registration
of chemicals ! Mr. and Mrs J. K. Rogers Mr. and that Lacy Raulersou be employed
operation and amounts I -R. E. Waldroo, J. C. Jack
and repair PETERSBURG Nov. 19PXS Mrs. W. J. Roblson, Mr. and Mrs.C. to mow within the school: enclosure
used; clean paint man. Glenn Dyess; Lodge Room- ;
from all sections and Mrs. M. c-I I at times other than school hours
all equipment and fU guage at ( )-Sportsmen M. Pirkle. Mr. D. C. Settle. W. L. Bellamy. A. H.
gathered here last week A. Olden Jr..! for the of ".00
well; employ operator or of Florida Keen. Mr. and Mrs. D. sum per mowing Vann; Distinguished Guest-Fred .
clear
the annual convention of C.o..ell., and: and not offence than week -
M.
the entire operation end for Mr. and Mrs. once per J.
to cover Hanor C. H. Settle C. W. White,
operators
to eighteen hours the Florida Wildlife Federation Mesdames G. E. Townsend, J. H. during the school term. E. L. Daniels.
fifteen
for which was held at the Soreno Hotel W. H. Lanier: Edythe Nell i
Motion
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seven days a week; run Doty was made by Mr. Walters
per day I. The attendance was not H Urge
tests of treatment three or Jackson, ),I. A. Thomas. R. E. Wal- seconded by Mr. Snell and carried
had been but estimates
routine as anticipated
a day; prepare uptodatemap Leonard E. Foote. Washington dron V. C. Woodward. J. R. Barton that Mrs. Greer. Muse school bus ;
four times were that approximately
of system.He D. c.. convention speaker- speakingon I Faraba Chalker. E. M. Cor- driver, be required to pick up and 109 men were la the lodge hall

admitted that all tests had the subject of game restocking nette, G. E. Etherton, O. A. Ward. deliver the Silver Lake Ranch: children for the

the water safe for drinking told the assembled sportsmen that I. E. Lee. George Coleman. C. L. at the ranch each day. 1 program

shown purpose but that the State Board he believed restocking of lakes and McLendon. Ruth B. Owens and Miss Motion by Mr. Walters seconded; MORE von Toacco :

Health would not approve the streams has been a failure. Florence Graham and Miss Matins by Mr. Snell and carried that the
of C i ij'
system' as'a whole under present He based his claim of 70 years of Doty. Mrs.C. report cards from the 7th through I PERRY No;. If::(FN3)-Taylor
:.. Mr. and
i Haven:
vast restocking From Moore the 12th be discarded and
conditions.In I records kept on grades County farmers received 39 per cent
the discussion he said that:| operations throughout the country C. Klutts Mrs Florence Hardy. new ones drawn up showing a deportment j' more for their tobacco yield Isis

-. present repair mow needed would I> As field representative of the Wildlife Mrs., C. H. Settle. Mrs. W. P.I grade for each class. I year than Us, figures released fey I

cot JMOO or more; that operators Management Institute! he has Waters and Mrs. J. B. Cox. Motion by Mr. Walters that all County Agent D. C. McClovd dis
to sUty I the efforts of many From LaBelle: Mrs. G. R, Dyew bills for be -
-, would cost from fifty closely observed presented payment ap closed. There were U7 local farm <
week and the system states in attempting to restock and Mrs. G. J. Burchard. proved. this with tobacco allotments -
dollars a en year
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on an do not know of From.Palmdale: Mrs. S. B. Snell, -* Motion .
could not hope to break eves f game and "ah.I :\ by Mr. Snell seconded bjMr. more than ever before la
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taewne of less than $i*. a month a single case where mores has bee' Mrs. A. A.'Arnold and Miss Dorothy ; Walters and carried that the i Taylor County. and their gross Ism

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A conference is a meeting

; UiE :it at which people talk about

f I 'i it iI ToWn cIN things they should be doing.

I iPi
ppRT There are only two ways to

jet rich: spend less than yea
t WASHINGTON / make v or make more than

. you spend.

F We'd aD get more mileageout
Threats to Freedom
of life if we'd never shift
I7VEN as the Freedom our mouths Into high gear

i tl, Train, loaded with priceless until our brains are turning

t documents of our democratic 1 over
heritage is touring the
i A man sometimes gets Into
j' country even as congressopens debt because he thinks be can
its special session to give aid j
; ; soon get out; then he gets
and succor to needy in foreign lands
j in debt because he
t deeper
and fight in the United
even as we
Nations for democratic ideals and 4. .,.e (, ; ,,, knows he will never get out.
I
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democratic governments in other "- : '" <' .
nations evidences of intoleranceand '. :' ;. :

a breakdown of democracy's
processes here in the capital of the I CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

world's greatest democracy indicate
that it's time to give serious thoughtto ;
the danger of thoughtless smear
and gossip and the inquisitorial 4
methods cf governmental committee I I HELP W '"TED-1\IE. WOMEN

investigations. t EARN KS TO aye wEEKLTAddrewinf

The Howard Hughes Inquisition by j '. MlVllXAlk" Cards COMPANY Send tOc to. MKs covet.milt1C ...-.
the senate war investigating com- I. ,..... Park ft. ckws,. Is. IU.
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mittee was a farce and a travesty.

___LIVESTOCK
unl0lt _> HELP INCREASE MILK PRODrCTIOlol
skimpy _... by eBsasJattat _Inline.SDpetateS
with Dr. LeC..o r's Cow Preecn
t oa .. their feed A cow tonic .\IU.....
to ties ssOslacttoB

; BELP Tot's horses and mules Sees te t aoroDditton. "
.fittmuUte lttu>t lkPPPt.ttn"ta
Dr LeGear. Stock Powder .. their free
The best stock Ionic maser caa buy S*.>
j Istacboa (uarsateed.MISCELLANEOUS.
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t'TOPiolxo ABOVT BLPCDFOtDEDt .
TToor .....'. Desire Possible with AW*
0."...... Write Problem THE: BICfr.
TOR.. S4M B It.. *. E.. Washlatte. D.C.
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.... ....... afotoncooteTS Motorbike. .
The house small business committee Vi Motortycles. Outboard. ...t>..... Rsctoc.
Service Motors. Huns Director*. S3e 0.a.r. .-
charges of communism and socialism .. n.Mr Dirut.re. 3.5 air, WI.....
aek.. N. C.
against farmer cooperatives SURPRISE FLIGHT . When Howard Hughes multimillionaire sportsman and Industrialist took his gigantic ----- -
backfired as a political boomerang plywood flying boat oat on to the waters of Long Beach harbor be was only supposed (a be making Cleor flit DOLLARS Fr..ta Thxousb.! DAILY fan Order

a few taxi runs. But on the third run surprising the thousands of cheering spectators he put down the flaps COMPANY B.nl!>f *. For, ISIS DcUBs...._Writ Ws SIAXDAKB 4.. 1'._
The splendid report of the and the world's largest airplane crept into the air and flew for about a mile at an altitude of 70 feet. At bottom
President's committee on civil left is shown the Immense tabular interior of the flying boat. The beach balls are to give added buoy -----
rights, which came at a most ancy in ease the hull springs a leak. Howard Hughes who was the center of interest in the senate war eon Planning for the Future? -
opportune time charged that tract investigations last summer is shown bottom right looking ever the array of instruments en the panel
( the inalienable rights of American Buy U. S. Savings BoncUt .
of the plane.SIDEWALKS. tAtaalai&ga&adk; ,. ;
citizens
were being tram-
pled underfoot and cited instance --
after instance of viola

tions of basic rights under the Get Well
constitution, particularly here in -
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Washington.The IQUICKER
house un-American affairs - ;
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jT rr.w Vee*Cse k
I committee has given another flagrant JJC* Ow.to a c.idfOIEY'S
; demonstration of intolerance ..azkroo r "" *'
and smear in branding men and gbCirti
f .
,+ women Communists without a
t chance at defense or cross-exami- ia. ...0--
J nation. Even if these people are real
Communists and, as such guilty of a
treason the constitution of our democracy
gives them the right to defense -
and trial in open court.
Now the committee announces its .
next inquisition will be against the
I teachers in our schools.
Even Senator Taft of Ohio
has not escaped the tendency to

amen, for be was branded a
Communist by Herbert U. Nelson
executive vice president of s
E the National Association of Real ,
Retsw ended
!! Estate boards. His sin was to
i Introduce a housing bill which by MaeOOCTDRS
,
; the real estate board said is 1 V.

i communistic
I' Eric J Johnston one of the out I 1 fcocfsW &..w..
,.. ) standing thinkers in this country i : a crest HIC8
I and former president of the U. S. BNKKQTTOKTCfwsBw rOOD.!

chamber of commerce was treated E.ioi .... a. ..... q
like a police court character by this .rruas km to JUO
J I'I congressional committee when he 11 1 Vitseilas H.lSCOTIS ..
said JWna kill -'
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t.tk sews
i i! "Senator Taft is not going to worry OF NEW YORK-FISHERBIAN'S PARADISE.. .When torrential rams aDd high tides flooded
I .s about being called a Communist. I low-lying areas around New York they provided among other things an opportunity for a nhotorra&her to t
> .I But not every American is a Senator snap a picture of a fellow catching fish on the sidewalks of New York. The angler is Johnny Palm u4 the tRt>7X -
I Taft who can ignore such an ac fish came from the flooded Fulton fish market etmpUte with rigor menus already set In.4 .

S b i' cusation. Most of us in America are I __
)ust little people and loose charges I EMIUSIOH

tan hurt little people. When just
; one man is falsely damned as a
; Communist in an hour like this ;
:' when the red issue U at white heat ;. '.
of t is 1_ Lor.n
DO one us safe.
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A poll of ord War II veterans ri I Jor bares,
made by the Army Times, shoot tutu
the G.I. weekly indicates that
about '"1 cent of the I
per o
diem would vote for easel-I I Gi&

... Eisenhower for President if he -. --
were nominated by either major ) tt
s party. Their next popular choice I
,: wu President Truman. COLDS

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UOUiO j M5DIQNE IS SEmI
Vets StillVeterans'Fighting I 6 y qRCF Got ST<*..*.. sir ef CeU -'d tots ***
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organizations are preparing LIQUID
to fight anew in the nexl s 666 COLD tirAaATIONw..a.
regular session for new legislationon -s F ....-

everything from a bonus to technical _
\ : amendments to pension laws. 1 WNU-14 4T-4T -;-
I The senate appropriations commit -- --

tee made a tabulation showing that II dATOMIC
requests for veterans legislation already JlDT1'A'FIMKI'IJ'
I l pending and earned oval i

'I from the first .session of the 80th JIDeII

i'I i congress would if granted cost 40 .t. ..
r wfUflcUaosll'aidd3..iV a Does a*
I i billion dollars. i't r roar TI
i A substitute for all these requests, w to w.a ornea eras*fn potod*uff peati \ backed by 19 senators and 6 house ., ftjttfiwto "'t
I tied 1..u.j.e Tt.a trr L4
is bill calling for a veterans
a Psa
members .. 'a v.s.t.Di. OompWSd M
BOOTS AND SADDLE. . Riding in
across country the interest
economic development corporation of esu.e..ca sya+p 1IIIa. Its ,.....
\ would be capitalized "world peace," Sea. Glen Taylor (Dem., Ida.) rises tarry in the Art- POTATOES :1'al" **t *M. porpoeefcstp
1\I A which Rosa desert te eontiaae bis Pad Revere Jaaat in the direction cf Wash. FIIf1aIe. Japanese acrteaJtaraJ expert Penn Tu.. re _&mfl itirr's.. non. Y
through band .ri.ta.a.asatmt
million dollars a gov bolds 09tt
at
BOO iagtoB. From the looks of pIu& bearing
It is intended the picture, the senator mast have saddled eight sees eltv.n.TDaaKan b.rrr.Ooatsd
i **. eroment bond issue. his bone before putting ea hk fceela-risky business la a land where abnormally 1ar& sweet potatoes --watt as.s a..rr sawn..
t I :*.' to do for the vet whatlhe RFC cactus grew grewe Ia area &1'ede4'J ateJD1e aMai.tbls testa was wyttnl .
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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS !


[ Big Four Meet Awaited With Gloom l 113)1t 1; Gems BREEDING of Thought consists

d GOOD
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} how much we

Grain Men Ask 'Speculation' Probe; :-\. --" i.,: 'TMIVfi. 1 think we of think ourselves of the other and how person.title


Congress Hears Aid Fund -- ............, II..,... -Mark: : Twain.
L Request ; 1'llliiFu SdMI 1_ . .
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(t.tuer.EDITOR'II)1;..Y..;.OTE...se: 10.Ld.'f. .,Ial.aew... a kutjiu,. ..,....and... itt I. u citturOr,_ ........f. ..tkU. are..w...*...". r.,t I,I i Hooter Closing CareerEORMERPresidentlerbertHoover SCStFTCRE: I John I-* John U-.1VZS. Jr'IIUr-Il"n-l.-toavprebead tin f*] s.J'N .,
DEVOTIONAL READCfG: I CorinSliani
BIG FOUR: I I I I 13. a .
They Escaped : completion ,
They are never alone who
I the work in which he now is engaged '
PessimismWith are accompanied with noble
y i I will mark the end of his public sere: The Way of.Love. thoughts.
the imminence of the most ice. His present job is chairman of . .

vital international occurrence of re- a 12-man committee composed of Lesson for November 23, un It Isn't so much what you accumulate
cent months-the Big Four foreign an equal number from both major
that leads to
ministers meeting in London on November parties appointed in compliance | happi-
25- the mood surrounding t with an act of congress, to analyze : SUNDAY'S lesson is based on the ness as what you share with
the coming conference was predom- I the many departments and bureausof writings of John. I John 1-3, and others.WhenYcurlnnards".

inantly one of pessimism. the executive branch of the fed- :, John 21:15-22. The devotional reading

That there was much justification era! government Following such an is First Corinthians 13.Travelling.

for such pessimism no one doubted. analysis the committee is to proposeto ._ on a
When the chief representatives of congress such elimination consolidation plane at night a little -

the U. S., Great Britain France and {i or changes as it believes while ago I

Russia come together they will desirable. The job will not be com- talked at length are Crying the Blues

tackle the tough deadlocked prob- pleted until January, 1949. with a group of

lems of writing peace treaties for The people of America received I '-1G1 business men. The

Germany and Austria. that announcement by conversation turned

Deputy foreign ministers, in Lon- Hoover with sincere regret but at last to the Bible.I I

don to dispense with preliminaries all of as realize that after more asked the group

before Marshall Molotov, Bevin and than 30 years of service to us, for their favorite =

Bidault put their heads together Constantin Yisoiann (left), for- oar one living ex-president is en- passages in named the
Bible.
said the powers were as badly splitas mer prime minister of Romania, titled to the quiet enjoyment of They

ever on major issues. and Grigore Nteolescn Buzesti, bis remaining years. several passages ,7 :
but the majority
U the conference fails, as it is ex-foreign minister of that country I I Hoover's public service began D Newton said loved

very lately to do, the U. S. will haveto were being tried "in absen I with the outbreak of World War I, in of John.I they.
most the writings
face the question of whether or tia" on treason charges by the i; August, 1914. He and Mrs. Hoover emphasizesthis
think their answer
net it wants to conclude a separate pro Communist government at were in London at that time. The truth. John tells us about God WRCN COXSnPATtOM sakes 70* fed E
peace with that portion of Germany Bucharest even as they arrived In American ambassador assigned to put u die dickey;brings M rtonncbnpcet
and his love. That is the messageof
outside the Russian-occupied zone. New York aboard the Queen Elis I trim the job of helping some 200.000 ; ,Catd..tf's tocaattrt,
lesson.
this
Sach a treaty, not involving the Soviets abeth. The two statesmen report- stranded American tourists to get . to Uk tackly paD the trigger a ia.aaa.lazy "..-
probably would precipitate a edly were smuggled out of Romania back to this country. When that task I utrl", mad help fOIl feel bright and
final split between this nation and by American airplanes.of was completed, be was asked to administer j The Happy Way of Life ipper &pia.

Russia. the distribution: of American >, LOVE is the happy way of life. DK CALDWtlfS Is ft*_4crhl pea-
Nevertheless, sentiment has been food to the Belgium people. He j is the only happy way cf u Uzitrrt contused is food old Syrup
rising in the U. S. favoring such an the total appropriation would be ould not do that and continue his t{ life. Children are happy to the de- Pcptu to mak it M cur to Uk.
earmarked to take of the obligations MANY BOCTCKS OM peps fr** *-
action if the Soviets refuse to cooperate care business connections. He gave up his gree that they are loved. boas ia frescriptians to siikt die aacIi-
in straightening out the Great Britain has failed to : business and has since that time, Little children :yearn for love, and i ciao not ycUtabl u4 BfnetbU tttake.
problems of Germany. ,James F. meet in her zone of occupied Ger devoted his years and ability to they respond in love. That is one s.k. ton your luau...caa-

Byrnes former secretary of state many. The British say they will be service to the American people. j reason why they like dogs. Dogs I tamed a Syrup hp A.
unable to out their half nf the INSIST ON Dt CALDWnrS-e> .-
advocated that course, as have carry I That service has included the du- love little children unless they are
*.eit..t niffiau for 50 .cad td
years
other responsible officials. bargain in Germany because of ties of food administrator after we the wrong sort of dogs. And little j that vhoiccom refief boa coasaps-
The corollary to that propositionis their inability to get dollars to spend entered World War I. Following that children love dogs.If no*. Ere finicky children tor*A

that the U. S. then must follow for suppbes in the United States.It he administered for this country our a dog can bring happiness to I' cwnom CM olj M ncte4. .

through by keeping itself strong all made for a confused and :distribution of food to famine stricken a little child by loving to the limit ,

militarily and economically, prov- complex picture which wen could be Russia. Then he became secretary of its brute nature, bow much
ing to the rest of the world that it likened to the fantastic abstractionsthat of commerce in the cabinet of !j, more can parents, made in the I DR. CAIDWEll'Ssnn

has embarked on a definite policy pass for modern art-a jumbleof President Harding, and continued Image of God, bring happiness to
course and that that course is the weird forms largely incompre- through the administration of Presi- I little children by loving them. I LAXATIVE: I'Co.

right one. hensible to the eye of the average dent Coolidge. In 1928 he was nominated . I .." .. SYRUP PEKJJ

beholder.But for the presidency and later Lon Begets Lon t I It

INVITATION: the interim relief, intended was elected; the only elective office JOHN declares "This +1 -_ -

Grain Battle only as an oxygen tent to keep de- for which he was ever a candidate. *- ment have we from command1, I

mocrary in Western Europe breath- I FoQowiag the death of Presi- who loveth God love his brother I i i WHAT MAKESYOUKNOSI
Three of the nation's major grain ing through the winter, was only dent Roosevelt President Tru- also" I John 4:21. i i ;

exchanges, smarting under President part of the problem for congress. On man called upon Hoover to investigate The way of love_finds a path to i lUNtrl
Truman's accusation that their"speculation" top of that it will have to considerthe
i and report the need of every neighbor's need, whether that I Congntiam w anal
is responsible for prevailing six or seven billion dollars to be food for the war-ravaged nations neighbor be a junior boy or a bank j Just 2 drop high prices of cereals have requested in connection with the of Europe. It meant a trip I president whether, he live across each Boctrfl ndac !shah
carried the attack into the long-range Marshall plan for eventual check mifie*and oetat You bna
enemy around the globe, 1r long days i i the street or across the ocean. Love I flea atom fa.iaaily F.mnmsir--iluyPENETRO
camp by requesting a special congressional recovery of 16 European na- I I
-
and nights of hard work, and ,j[ toward God means love toward I
investigation by the joint tions. aRaps
careful but rapid study. Oa his
t ,
committee on the economic report RED return be was asked to aHer1\ man.We cannot hate people ife
CZECHS
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The request was made by the Chicago : tain what assistance in providing them of love.
see through
eyes
board of trade, Kansas City food could be had from the '
Go CommunistAdd
The Bible somewhere of -
; speak ?
board of trade and the
Minneapolis nations of South aDd Central 2I/IuJSuf
the of is
and it
the heart
grain exchange in a letter to Sen. Czechoslovakia to the list of i eyes
America. Last January be was i
..
of such eyes that I am now thioking. r lass iiu in run M
Robert Taft O. and Communist-dominated nations in
(Rep.. ) Rep. called upon to make another
.Jesse P. Wolcott (Rep., Mich.), cochairmen Eastern Europe.A hurried trip to Europe in connection I! . e ,f..., RHEUMATISMNURms.LUMBAGO

of the committee. Taft re. man named Klement Gottwald. with a food emergency I j i
Follow After Lon II
sponded immediately with a prom- Communist premier of Czechoslovakia in Germany and Austria. I

.;e of further hearings. has emerged as a new strongman To every job to which he has been i! H ERE you will need to read 1 : I

Countering Mr. Truman's repeated possessing complete authority called Hoover has given tireless and i j John 2:7-11.: We need not pass i

charges that gambling and speculation from the national cabinet to rebuildthe able service to the American people j I I resolutions about better relations i

by grain exchanges have government of emi-autonomous Along with that he has been our '! within nations and between nations
boosted food prices higher, the exchange Slovakia. outstanding elder statesman.For unless we are willing to follow after
officials contended that the Rebuilding the government of the of the tasks I' love in the everyday relationships of I
none performed Larne&.tOea--- _?- .. swede
real cause of the rise in grain pricesis semi-autonomous nation will mean in the service of the life. ,-UlTIII .sa sac u mucus 1
the administration's "extraordi simply that Gottwald and his Com- American people has Hoover I last across the fence, Just cw lip me StAn 5t sit u aces M Inesaesia
nary and ever increasing purchases munists will change Czechoslovakia accepted remuneration of any across the hedge, Just across the ltii t5L. iutturatr A Ri
-of grain and flour export. Admin- from a nation whose people had at kind. Every dollar of the $3M j'' desk, Just crass the ball Just !g

istration "bungling and lack o( least a part measure of self-govern tot he received as president was i across the way, narrow or wideit I

planning" also were cited by the ment to a nation under totalitarian returned to the U. S. treasury. : may be, is a human being who NO LONGER WAKES UP
grain officials. yearns for love. It is generally
rule.Although Throughout our history as a nation I 1
Wherever the truth may lie-and the Slovak Democrats, there have been but few public !;; safe to assume that the people yo ,' 3 TIMES A NKHT

it probably is somewhere midway predominantly conservative, are the servants whose ability and time !i! see every day are toady people.
between the government and grain majority party in the country the were so freely given and always ;, Toe may not understand why but j[ -IS its.id hr 5 nulls esfare c.itdklg
to F.taythi .... .d"ldMrhIe
sea
should be }
exchange viewpoints-it Communists were able to place Gott without compensation. We the ; they are lonely. >

recognized that a force akin to a wall a former blacksmith, in complete American people, sincerely regret i'I What can you do to help them m I Iona-l.stanl i1.ap.id..br."C i.yyre.t./.ookq..ii hat l. Foi;;

minor economic law is operating in power. his decision to retire, but we respect j their loneliness? That is where the j w rH-fflfc. _BnfciBtfM*

this particular controversy: Thus Czechoslovakia has shifted his wish to do so. History will accord j, water begins to hit the"wheel in applying 1 il.ddr.Trgi.s'a-a.-a"...Lot tan bdae 7.asn'fe:

Normal government reaction from a position as a Soviet satellite to Hoover a well earned place as a i this lesson to everyday life. { :as t-BVir-ialr jiili I y Gtlk nr C whenever grain prices shoot above I with some will of its own to a lower great and competent American :| In the pioneer days of our couai > lee h._ peas MdctiT.U* txttam aid
.what is considered a safe level, is position as a Russian dominated statesman i try, people were more neighborly, HnnH j th.r far
-.e yw. iitMM*s aa ear.maHctOT.
to lay the blame en the grain exchanges I state with literally no seH-determi- . .i because they were aware cf great '! .DOC2LC yot;&MOSSY ftACX.
charging them with manipulating nation. It has become another unit :i danger-danger from Indians dan- i
prices through speculation. in the string of Soviet buffer states Danger of Easy Credit > ger from wild beasts danger from :

That has occurred often enough in to the south and west The last of the government restrictions I the wilderness about them. This

U. S. history to bear out the theory. en credit buying has been I cense of danger drew them together.
Grain dealers of course, invariably I; HUGHES AND CRIES: withdrawn. We now can buy auto Today, with our walled apartments

blame the situation on over-export- i i Renewed mobiles refrigerators, bouses, air wo have lost some sense of inter-
Inquiry conditioning units washing machines I dependence. That is why we are

ing.From that standpoint at least, an ;' Howard Hughes had just barely sewing machines or any I so lonely. Follow the better self

investigation at this time should shed I snuggled his monster plywood flying other items we may want paying within yoa. Penetrate these bar-

come new light on the long-standing boat back into its berth after making for them on such terms as the seller !, riers. Follow after love. And you

controversy. It might even provide I a tentative, mile-tang flight in It is willing to offer. Credit buying will be happier as you make your

some real information on why pricesare over Long Beach harbor when the took an immediate jump and credit ; neighbor happy..
.
so high. reopened congressional inquiry into buying helps along that mflatinM we :
the now celebrated wartime air fear and have fought against It in- ': The W.) Of L9YI 4EigSII

BIG REQUEST: : plane contracts threw a fresh creases the demand for commodi-; of I
love
way is
shower of sparks around the mil ties, of which there are not enough THE the way of
"A I
Relief Funds lionaire sportsman and industrialist. to go around. We now can buy on I "new gnmmaiyftnfpt
give unto
said }
you Jesus "That
Even before congressmen from allover Elliott Roosevelt, former air force credit many things for which we I. ye love one another as I have loved wits S..rd Sf", aIodes
the country had lugged their brigadier general was brought into otherwise would be paying cash, and you." I
suitcases back to Washington to the proceedings because of his use the cash for those things not ', Ideal: lot HOBO aid Fast Tto
-- open the special session on November insistence that Hughes' F-ll photo offered on credit terms. Even under' Not until we reach the point that oil pvrpoto HW for firo wood

17, word went around that Presi- reconnaissance plane be put into the credit limitations of war times we eaa look at life through ... nttia;. troo tnmaiag. aid o*....

dent Truman was fixing: to ask themto production for the.army during the j each American family; as an average i' eyes of love-the eyes of the heart .M! rough work Higa Sped if _
about was in debt to an extent of $75G -co we knew the! Joy which
appropriate $1,155,000.000 ...Saoc6 CdmIJ. SKATS dMfp .;;
in temporary European relief funds war.A new issue was introduced in the ia addition to its share of the nai i comes when we follow the way of laq.c. A.a51aYe Ia K 30.3IS. 1f,
lon
It
to tide the stricken continent form of a purported "tax deficiency I lanai state aDd local government t That is the may soud very simple. 42. 43 tec* !.;& trroplaoMblo ... had ,. .'" ,. N 1f!
reasoa it .
** indebtedness. It is why Is a.vttal
the winter. of almost six million dollarson a staggering '
through
Svodka bb4a :
It is the ,;. '
Part of that amount Itas the books against Hughes and his total; more than we can afford under CM way ep and = -j

thought, would be given as a direct companies. Sea Homer Ferguson present conditions. For the good oat for mr frightened world. Tie AI tai.ag oaf.ws Stem -
grant for stopgap help particularly (Rep. Mich.), chairman of the war of aU of us it can be hoped the way of love is the way God wants ,:

\ the sums allocated to Franco and investigating sub-committee, was sellers win not make easy credit M to go today e and. tomorrow.tetatf. f.IN. Q

Italy.Approximately. quick to point out. however that terms. Getting into debt is easier );
I (C.pynse 5 w te..ati :;
; ::so million dollars "no crime or fraud" was involved. than getting out. eerJzg.s. jdari.. w ./ad ra G..0.1 Ptwtau :
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I Dade or a tingle tropes*! may cantata alternate
up for pipe is not only expensive I I ditions in the great southern handcraft School bands adopted by the : matertaJs with price variation
s ; GLADES COUNTY now-ft' almost impossible to obtain. belt of the United States is County Board of Public Instruction : and assess a conatctton date

; DEMOCRAT Everyone knows what hap- I the braiding and weaving lore that has the approval of senior and which AU ties mast ar b*offers reasonably wilt be early opened

pens when a fire drill is held and III1has developed in the relatively short junior high school band directors. and read p.Mier at or sees after the

, ....U..e. Every Friday By a main in the vicinity is used-the:llife, of our nation. Included in Al Wright, president of the Flor- .dale celTtafr sad taw boar same above Tbs named Board reservesthe for re-

THE GLADES PRINTING co. lae. water is rusty and muddled for a these traditions is a wonderful name ida Bandmaster's Association, said right to reject any and all bMa.
The Beard of Pnbiie Instructionof
the policy would insure continued .
MOORE UA"'E- FLORIDA day or two from an accumulation craft material, the palmetto Glades ("enlDt,, Florida Mn
] of rust and corrosion in the pipes frond and the braid patterns for its operation of such music units. Margaret Parnam. County 3upertatenavnt -
CaRR SETTLE. rablUkerSabaerl Public lasuucttOB.
6f of -
which it is virtually impossible to use passed on from mother to .
S .tI.. Rates daughter through successive gene To Mr Ljivenia Gorman <'h-mzn.
flush out. We have hoped to re-i National Guard *
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mains and feeder lines as we I rationsCommercially.
0- Tear .__ ax 3t place
_____ __ _- I can without too great a drain on' the palmetto comt'1I1 Reach 1,260 Quota
fronds of al- I \OTICE CtF ASSCAI.: !HKFTI>G OPOK
finances but if we have to do it: in long clean strips or
L.tliDtJ""iEHI:: : IHiTB 1oL.t"DDRU".tGE
! # Entered aa aecond-claa matter. May all at one time or all In any year most perfect color and structurefor ST. ArGUSTIXE.FlS)
II I. 1327 at the Poctofnce at Moue DISTRICT
, Haven. Florida, under the Act of U11 be a hurdle and it'll be difficult weaving. In its native state a -With the Florida National Guard I
1 Cona-rcM of March 1. 18)7. leaf be stripped and I
single
;, I' to get over may extending its activities into the Notice is hereby given that pur-
M ,. The electric cooperative, who voluntarily made up into a large sited basket. western section of the state. Brig. auant to call of the Hoard of Sup"r-
f -- ------- visors of Diston Island r"laalr" District -
' agreed to take care of the Fronds mar be purchased plain or Gen. Mark W. Lance state adjutant and in accordance with Section

f I' water plant to keep>> from paying dyed gathered by the worker general reports that he is reas- VII.1454 Firm Article Division I. Chapt.r of the III Compitatf Title

34EANDE'JINGSBy city taxes, now find that it is going they are easily prepared for ay. lured that the military organization General LAWK of Fl"rtdn i!2T. aad
to be very difficult to live up And now a word boat tbe a.- will reach Its quota of 1,2(0 new law a. Ddator) thereto. the tnualaeetlnr

i Carr Settle to the contract when they move to thorn: Julia May Sampley. born in recruits before November 16. the Inland Drainage of the landowner District for* of the DIM vcar_ .k

South Alabama, to Florida as 1147 will be held in th.. '
the new building No doubt their cane last day of a two-month campaign.In Court Room
f J I might well admit that it was child and raised ID Kaoana- ia the Court Hoti tf in the City of
as a was
break
next will be to try aad .
step the
the first five weeks of Moore Raves Florid. m Monday
: the press contention in St. Pete this clause in their contract: with bia and Santa ROM counties la drive that began September 1C, theFlorida November 2{. 1,4T. at 2.m> clock lathe

; r. that put me in bed Monday and the city and we doubt not that 1J35-37 she made a survey of Flor- afternoon Eastern Standard Time.
National Guard has enrol for the purposes of
Tuesday tot few are willing to be- they will be able to do so REA ida industries for the Florida State ed 78C new men giving it the, 1. Electing one iiipvr\sor for a

.f lIne me when I say otherwise editor legal talent in Washington will oat- Chamber of Commerce which resalt- strength of 2.451 I :. Receiving term of three annual oil years report* and ,

i and conventions being whatthey match aaytaiag tbe city caa affordto ed in the publication of the Indas- Tampa units continued to lead taking each action with respect : ,f..'
normally are Bat it WU avery trial Directory thereto as the Iwner: any tw: .
; hire to fight back. Bat tbe power -
tile Mate in the competitive eon- determine, and
I painful sore throat I brought. of taxation is still in the hands From 1938 ton she organisedand test. Headquarters Battery of the >. Transacting. such other huntneaaaa :

>> back Sunday night and a couple of of the city directed a homecraft training HCth Field Artillery ranks first may.properly come before the.meeting :1"-:1-
i over-sue shots of peak-Win from program with the cooperation of the
with 57 enlistments and Battery B BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
t Doc Dranghn's trusty needle that Florida State Farmers Markets and DISTON ISLAND PR.\INAGE &
of the 116th ranks second: with $3
.
1 gave me a couple of unexpected ..x--oo-- ; the State Department of Education. DJ8'1'R 11'i'.
The latter was the first unit in By; J E. Fn r,or. Iri t days rest the first of the week Viva Jane Cooke was also bornin November 7. 14, 1M": .-
Florida to reach lOt cent ,
per :
The convention was a lot like Too Late To Classify Alabama locating in Florida in strength.

f other conventions bat as usual, was 1921 at Eustis As proprietor of a
Detachment C of the 21Tth Air
a lot of fun along with an opportunity Rv RUSSELL KAY gift shop and manager of a Farm
Service Group In Jacksonville ranks
to compare cotes aad ideas Woman's Market she learned muchof

a with other publishers As expected : :'<..:.:. o------oo) native home craft and became an third with 4S enlistments. I ..,..yI
I.- The state campaign is being conducted -
i the politicians were there en mass instructor in this subject with the r7::::
In Florida's forests and scrubs in conjunction with the
and it to look like long of the State
begins a vocational department
along her glistening beaches and I nation-wide program during i
whit'hi
primary ballot next May It maybe educational system. Later she be- iI
I deep in her mysterious Evergladesgrow it is expected to swell the ranks of I
that they'll have to print a couple came manager of the Home Industries -:. ,
plants, weeds and grasses that the National Guard of the United -"
and staple them togetherAH who I Division of the Holly Hill State ,I! -
beckon those skilled craftsmen States by 88.888 men.
f the so-far mentioned candidates Market I .
,
have mastered the art of braidingand I
i for Governor were on hand I Mutual interest in home craft :
but I deaf think Colin English weaving these native materials One of the most popular candidates -
brought these two capable women .
Sunday M 'nda.
of end
to create an amazing variety useful '
; west far to actually be knowledge seeking state office subject:
so as say together they pooled their -
and countless novelties
articles -I
"
was making the race until a few searched diligently for all to the Democratic Primaries next I Cary Graat and ingrid .1-

hours after the convention closed : available information and have spring is Grady Barton 'State'sAttorney Beraasa* hi

Tom Watson was la the hospital I The art of braiding and weaving given the result of their labor in of Wanrhnla who is run ,

fee observation and coaldnt make such materials is u old as history this most interesting and valaaW ning for Attorney General to se- "Notorious" 1t

it bat Fuller Warren was prevent and this skill has been handed down I work which should have a place In reed Tom Watson, who will not sect:
by word of month from mother to reelection but will run for governor -
in .I" rant form Dan McCarty the library of every Floridian ,
daughter A variety of patterns are I
i
f was very qaletly talking to those
sheet and one could feel that the found the close-curl, fishtail gooseeye -, State C. of C. To I II -- W tasJar sad Thursday
I aDd
fisbpot others .
Fort Fierce '
-
boy was making progress "San
It remains for Viva Jane Cooke Hold ConventionIn PATRONIZE OCR ADVERTISERS Quentin"FrWay -<
: ; Walter Hose was carrying the _
and Julia May Sampley to assemble
I
Orlando banner aad
very capably
Dill 9haada tbe oar from Gaines- from every possible source the fascinating -I St. Petersburg ?!

Tiiie But probably the sensationOf r story of this native Indus- EULF.U BIDS I\\ITFI> and Saturday ""' ''
\ try and compile all available Information -
( the group was law-student Dick ST. PETERSBURG Nov. SFNS Loretta Tong gad Joseph Cotta :1
in the first of its
: Cooper of Stetson University, whoP' a book ( )- Harold Colee executive NOTICE. hereby given that coaled I : .
kind ever published, entitled "Pal- bids will be received at the office of -
also publishes a country newspaper. metto and vice-president of the Florida State the County Superintendent of ....... "The Farmer'
.f wbo confounded all of the politicos Braiding Weaving Chamber of Commerce wants participants InitnwUon of Hade Cow.tF. Florida
Through painstaking effort and In the County Court House at Moor
when he boldly announced that be in the 31st annual meetingof Haven. Florida, .nt. 7 1* clock P Daughter"
tireless these
research
two enterprising
*"Tras running for Go>ernor. Dick is I'' that organization to be held M, on Monday, December I, 1S4T. for
women have gathered andplee'd restoration of and repair to rlra-
Just a good-natured kid and took here on Dec 1 and 2, to submit dale school building including foundation -
I together the bits of COMING"Best
: all the ribbing like a good sportHe's many proposed resolutions in advance of floor roof and painting 'inside '
knowldge from those who know the and arc to be for
out. Proposals
Years of Our
Just in for experience probablyand the opening of the session. The material of good quality and for
secrets and the skills of braiding
to let folks get acquainted with I' proposals should be transmitted to workmanlike labor and must eontain -
I and weaving and present this Interesting bidden speciflesttona aufft tent
his but be the chairman the resolutions <:
name may surprise someone of committee -
show kind and duality
and valuable Information In ly complete to
:. with the number of votes heget. J. A. Griffin Tampa banker of material to or .-... T+ode's m..-j. II
i .. printed form with each step clearly submit more than one piopiw I .11.:11 ,
Colee said last week at Jacksonville -
and simply explained and Lives"w
One office I shall have difficultyin supported .

making a selection on the basis by illustrations so that even Program 01 toe 2-day Florida .
the novice who carefully follows
of personality of meo-for comptroller business conference will be mailed'
these instructions become a I' I -
The race is between C. M. may State Chamber members and an- : .
skilled braider and weaver in a
l Gay, incumbent, and Walter Fraser nounced through the press. at an

: of :McClenny who gave Gay such short time. early date. Colee added. "It is already -'

[ a run for the party nomination after Those wbo have mastered the art filled to over-flowing" he 'f

the death of tbe late Jim Lee I !j will find all the materials they need said "because of the nature of the FLAMINfiO 4

.t found both men just the type of i it in woods and fields, saw palmetto, problems that will confront Florida I

man I'd like to vote for for almost I palms of many types, grasses, reeds, business leadership during the next

:: any office and only regret that I rushes straws and sedges from 12-month period. Expression from I II

:: they re not running for different I i which may be made such a variety the floor will have to conform to I

f:1 posts so it would not be necessaryto 1 I of articles as fans, pincushions,I time limitation, but advance consideration X

make a choice. purses, mats, baskets, hats!, vase will be given by the DAIRY FEED

I i and bottle (covers shopping bus resolution committee to proposals .

If r Moor Haven water customers I bonnets, belts, and many other I submitted prior ta the conference"I

1 i may view with alarm the story this I things. Colee did not elaborate on the I

II week concerning the crlttctas direct I The book "Palmetto Braiding and problems being placed on the agenda Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

''i ed toward tbe treatment plant by : Weaving" is beautifully printed and of the conference by the program 1

( the State Board of Health inspector profusely illustrated with the finest -, committee but it is known that, Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users {

; this week I had to miss the meeting -I I half-tone engravings that show i they include consideration of a pro ;

and regret that I did for it many examples of the braiding and I posal that the State Chamber FOR SALE IX Tins AREA AT DE1ITDKA1IXQ PIiAXT IS

Isn't too clear to me yet what is in I weaving art and serve to guide tbe i launch Into a study of taxation and MOORE U4.VKX j

the wind, but I think that the important student with charts and illustrations state governmental affairs, and """

thing to the customers is I i of the various weaves and braids another that the organization sponsor WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) :I

It well written and the of industrial
that tbe water is bactetlologteally is exceptionally setting-up an -

: safe and that is the primary consideration well edited and Is indeed a credit: board to advance the industrialization MOORE HAVEN, FLORID ,

I Most of the other complaints -j to its author Published by Manual -j of Florida. I :.,

; are aboat small things that I Arts Press, Peoria ill,. it sellsat lie did say that one afternoon

; constitute normal your book dealers for $%75 or would be devoted ta a "pro and can" -

I operation and have lDaiD..naDce'l may be ordered direct from the I discussion of the ,sales tax agita A. -; -i-

this summer because of needed,, paMishers.Florida. I tion. Four speakers, two for a

emergency; work. I I is indebted to Viva Jane I sales tax: and two 'against he said From were I sic ..?dy tTocMarsh, =

There Is much to be desired Cooke and Julia May Sample for would present their side of the -.

: from our distribution system we j i a J9b well done in compiling and question 4

are willing to confess Moat of the publishing this interesting and help-

mains have been tn for almost I ful work. But for their enterpriseand FLORIIUIlKKlftFD It.\Il.nO.\1W Metropolitan Papers "

thirty years and a great many effort the skill of braiding and RATE INCKKASK ;

\ homes still have the service leads t weaving might have become a lost I'I't 1 Please Copy! .

that were put in that long ago ,' art for it Is primitive and rural in TALLAHASSEE. 1J-(FNS) !

Rusty lines are constantly breakingand ;I nature and heretofore has been acquired -Increased rates for freight and I

having to be repaired with by word of month. passengers carried by Florida rail- Folks here were burned cp over IIIlId diffmat. tuuJermeath. J

I .whatever pipe 1Is possible to pick: One of the most fascinating traBOB'S -I roads were refused by the Florida aa article.Oar Towa I reprinted lolbwort"r4L"letocead.af1 'y

I Railroad and Public Utilities Commission frets a city paper. Made as wand at Bight to their fimilJe sad -

like( a bunch of "hicks wN whit 1u with h-I "
a moderate! glass el :
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Chairman Jerry W. Carter of '_ cii
tied sticks sad wore chit whiskers like we do. .
Commission said the railroads bad (Last per..a I saw with cbla

PLACE failed to produce a showing of bow whiskers was passing throngh oa From where r sit,It eea't aDtn \.1 1J'a I.,

much of their propertywas used if live fa i
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t la Interstate operations, and howmuch house or oa a farm-work in aaloffict :

.. Now Open for Business was used only for opera ona So I ran aa editorial on hair w. or a cornfield-Uu AMerkanj '0_'

within Florida. The railroads had spoke of t1wa1i ua"-as overdressed tradition of -
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quid home Lifer tea .
t y Cold Drinks--Candies Cigarettes asked emergency rate increases of wiseacres, only interested perate habits. and n hborlla.st*

Inot I less than ten per cent on in making money and spending it is common to aflcfos. ;

Sundries I freight, and from ail to thirteen percent ia night dubs i, :

on coach and Pullman fares.
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C Ice ace c c c c c c c c c c c c ceo eel C C C C ceo 0 : I THE MIGHTY sOPHOMORES from assignment of stall space to.

n SCHOOL DAZE : (By Peggy Stalls) I II horsemen currently campaigzinx to
: the Chicago rea. Of the IS train
been
p dent betiere aaytaiag has
III 4 pon'or ......,... ..._n__-_.... Mr. Moje said abort who the band membersof era shipping to Galfstream Park
and SOCIETYMr y Editor -..........,.........__ Jimmy Click the Sophomore class are or what from the Windy City no fewer than
IvMiriate Editor ..... Donald Farnam iutrnBte&ts they play. Baby BoweD I 14 are newcomers. Many new
stables hare been allotted' sun ..
: .
ti ocirty """"."m. __.' Doris GrUfith plays the trarapet. NeR Taylor *
:1 .... ... . . . _ . '. .. .. ...... the Chicago area and Gaifstreuk
,
. ij .--- g g g g a a 100 1 eaaatsMr. sporte m. - Gatacwini MIle and Peggy Stalls, cUrtaet >
I ;: Park with this mission of rrcorp.ascles.
and Mn R Ahera were I and VIr J. W. 1 Oar Home Be pie hare all ,
AdkiM i
left the most Interesting
*
I la Miami on WednesdayIfn I at BOOK today for Mta. to atteod FIRST (.U.\D. i it I I about completed. their dresses. sot| : sport anticipates ia its short bat brO-
I the FlorWa-MJami pme'ts die Orange By Betty) If you see 'em oat ta a saw track. I bleat
George Stuck left ilk 1 Bowl TIMIr.... Mitt*. 4s We have some new toys I yell knew where It came troa. : history.
for a Ttett te Hsi'act MJaaL I fed to see actiom ta tkat caate We lane teamed a sew )I8ea. I I Joe Aaa Harrdl and Jessie Bran-;
dot the Florida teaaiMn RoaaM brought as two Me bntterfUes. -,a"a were the only girls who>> fiaiek-|
tin Fred A. Flaaden fc ..... I !I ed their dresses by the original With The Churches

in* this week Ylstttaa; ta 'TiamiMr 'I Harry Great it, sf ckUo Tomtay aaag two ..... I data set by Miss EterhyMe :
..ea of Mulberry arrived here this We shall leers one of the soags I who take Lath had a very :
sad Mn A. O. TjoMiaMIImnd week to jobs MY. Grmat, bead tetnetor Alexander's 1I.actBaH.. .1 I pbmMBt Latin class last Friday i i T. 'I.\RTIX'S tPlscor.\L
Erie were to Fort htyexa ... ta the local school. The Jimmy brought. a cocoon I+1 aa ],Ir. Mar sad Mr. Great madesome 1 aiCRCII
day deal recordings daring that Rcr. A. J. IJTCiy. Rector
1
It frilly win make their hose te use HKTlTTiRUH I II
: ,..w. ]Ir. Moye soon
of tile Caauer houses OB Ateaae J_ I steered t
Mr and Mn L. M lay were i -- (By The Class I i 1-, Hewers. that we womjdn hare s.ntees.wHy Saaday, t:.. a. a
visfton ta Laketaad -.- I Among bias plaamtec to atlted We are very glad that the water;'' aaarlui Latta daM like that. We Holy Commaafem first sad third
1 the Plorida-Mtavi game ..... ta at Lakeport: is recedteg. ', enjoyed it thsagk white it lasted I Saadays each ....IL t

I Mrs. J. C. Swtadan am* 1friatiaBassell II the Orange Bowl are Jeer Rita ferry bee spent Tkaraday Friday TbimksgMag Is not very far oftnow
were Tfalton ta 3timai ....... Doris Gr rfttIa. Peggy sad aatarday ta Tamaa.We ;I and most of as sooat ta be i FIRST MET11ODIS.T CHt"KCHXkT.
TaesdayMr I Stalk. W. O. Whittle tad Lee j and oar voices rtmordtid test looking forward to It. I kaveatfigarod \T. S. rioxrtnan. Pastor
i JillturIQ.i week to ..sal oar mistakes ta read- I oat whether It's bemuse J

ami Mn Rex Lehman and I f we.. oat far two days or cherub School It:M a. m.
Mr and *re. O. M Phi of i tag.We have a graph oa which we 1I"Mt.Mr1. the sag turkey dtaaeroa Morning Worship' --11:Mam. e t
Trent-Geiger
Naples were visitors kere fftaadsjMr pat oar liVe ta speUtec that day The Methodist Church extend a I :,
Last Friday is arieaee we drew We lost one of oar few lead I do welcome to you. The Cwcb. 1
and Mn. Don Bridaer re- Friend here win he interested to pfctam of the cUpaaak't wtater mean few) boys Mat week Jimmy School has a claw for every awe.
timed' Tiertiy from a tato teNasJMUe. lean of the aurriace om October bump, Cram moved to Ta.... We miss Tow are invited to worship with ..ata
Ten.Mr. 2'. of Miss Charlotte Gesger d.o.htr -- him and hope he win came back ta the regular church worship hour
of Tom heifer of Clewiatoa to HAND ROOM see us seen. Good lack and harry

acid }In. L. X. LaIr were teVert Harry Treat of R ayeross' Ga., tile I (By Roger Possess) back?
.I wedding aartm* Mea soleaiaised teWayeross Oar boy played football agateet
.,.. em -" aotaeos W..... I LIRRARr XEWS
the atatk grade test TntsOsT Oar[
dey. The bride made her bole here I boys warn by a core. of U-U. (Elsie Mae S sry) I Mark R. Tennant
1
: tor assay years with Mr and Mrs. i R J. atmmons was the eastaia Pooten' Everywhere poaten'Romtadtag :
Her Jaha Moon was ta Orlando I Leroy Strict toad. The couple are i" oar team; Emory Howard was as of Boot Work whichis Lmt -
for sereral dm this waak atlaad J residing in Mississippi City, Miss. tile captain of the sixth grade team : here at last. I Broker
tat Baata district meeting Real Estate
a The stvdente are worktag hard
Ray Imandale and R. J. made the
I MOILIK .ITTU: nJ.S 1 only teathdennn BJ.. making two to -pat. orer- a Mg Boat West- and i 1 I GLADES corvrr LANDS
Af .... Gf WOHafbaia here this MllT WITH MRS. 1V.lVM.t\ aid RaT.... we hope many yuopte will Ttatt oar'
week to enjoy a few days ef __ Hhrry this y... I e 07 Congress Bldg. Miami, na.I .
I' Oar
IDe. The Mobile Settle Clans of tae to make some ash trays and other Remember the asMatHy which I
will bow at the school aadHorlamKrtday
Objects.
wMe Motkodtat CUM held the
neateraMBthlr
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Onaa H rataraediron afte ems. grerybodj comet
t a droll of aevarai .... ta 1: meetta at the rose of i iMn FRIiSIIM.I1A1 We win he looktng forward to see- i CLASSIFIED ADS
Stanley Waymaa. tea allies
Hew Feet aad Mfahaaa* tag yoa'
woat of Moore Haves Wednesday By Geraldine Laagford I! -
i I The Freshman. girls are really
Carr Mettle stte.dod tfte Flats** eveaiai- I An indication of the completely JXR > .*LF--Fire-rooru home ted
sad of themselves
traly proad
Press Asaocutioa eaaaeatioa ta flt.Petenbarg After the heal opeatag neiriceMn. I changed racing picture at Gulf- 2H lots. Garage good poattry a
an of as have finished
Practically
" the past weekeadDaaatactoa . C. H Settle cave a short de-I stream Park caa be determined house )Irs. L M UHy u.I .
oar dresses te Home EC Our trades
votioaal
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are reaBy rating. too. I
Batpa of Port Myersvat Tae followlac new officers were
The skit we told about in last 1
a baataeas Thatar tan Watiday #- installed by retiring president' MnB. ,

T f. Kwteg: Mn Harry FooterpreaUeat. very week's rapidly eotama Let's isn't get JP'ogressing to work I JOHN H. MALOY, JR.
Mrs. I. E. Seott. vlee-
;
Albert G. Cofcord of Putt Myers sad get the thing cooking PCBUCcoot XT%'T''
president Mrs. Gladys Stalls, reeordtng Federal Tax Consultant
was at the Moan Ha Hotel tar Kveryee: shcmld know br now \OTIRT PIBUC 1--
It s. .1 dale this --*. secretary; MrsC.. H. Settle that thh fa .Nattoaal Book Week. I' INCOME T\\r: >:-FarnHY Grove and Cattle on ("VUrndarIrar
treararer; Mrs J. F. HeHte
1 '
Test shoaH see the powers hang Bake
chairman social committee; Mr*.
Catrert Cecil aad H. P. CUer of tog aroami in the baildteg They Social Security Withholding Taxes-Estimated Dectar&ttoa.
w. chsirmsa Tisitiag
S Boaemaa.
Aaa. Park warajfefcta* .are Moa- are really 1ttte.I and Other Federal Taxes' -
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"*UdUH;' Mn a 'C. Mitekellehairmaa .
VfV. pabBcttf ceVkntittee. lira I Dec. 1st to Dec. 15th, 1947 atOfj'e

E. Brpaat Bade .a try to St Settle, devotional loader bora on :Monday at Good Samaritan No 1 East Center St.-Jun off Circle Sebring. Florida y
take localekfld DeNctou coage.lid salad, wafers Hospital in West Palm Beach The Phone CO-W
Peters SMday to a
.erg a the Criaatod aIM,..'. sad coffee were sewed to Mrs.Ewtag name of the yoaag lady has not yet : Formerly internal RenD Officer.-Ten YearFlorida Territory

Home tor treatawat.Miss I Mrs. Footer Mn Ray Toaer bee learaed. I
Mrs. Scott Mrs J. W. Adkias Mm
I 1 J. H. Dflley Mrs. Carolyn B >l--
Margie Craat sad Roy DoaaM -
.....i Mn. State. Mrs. Huukah Hoi .....:
Leafy **aed the Heamtag
Mrs Settle aad Mn HeHin j
profTMQ M t.tr.a L'0i.er'slty -'I
Bosetnaa and Mn' Klt, ie1.
Mrs
ia DeLami taut Frt *f.i t
I will be boilers at the December

i Mr and Mr*. Elbrtdfe Wlsoa i aeettag sad Ckriotmaa program

sad family ..-* the we.t.- Acre I
i. with his parent. Mr art Mn 1".1t RU"n..T MI:-. IOX.'R\-
fTOaoaMisses. I MK1tnII, MO>nThe .%\ From
I ,...
I Woman Missionary -i f
I Carafea Bryant ail M.arI i Baptist
I taat Dow will be am.a<< those at I(i Soeiety met Monday night at .'
the Floii-M...l gsote In the Or-1 I i the home of Rey. and Mrs. John %

Me Bowl toatffct. I' Moore.A very tetr stog program on --, -

Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Weeks, It.'I Africa was presented by Mrs. Mack
sad eatMreo of Fort My... are Greene and special music jtas given

........ ........ days bite Mss by Bertha Stewart and Joy SumFoiloirf '

suet.Hr. aiffa. Turkey

I' < MIl y$., D s% (Clarke of skewer ws gives for Rer and Mrs
..rsry agars ariwral days tats Moore wo errod Ice cream d

we* wit* ire .-. ... Stoa. 0INrtI ieo 'W. to the greats ..d --bers.p
aitallflMr :lt.-c: were Mn W. LWetnorr.oa .
I I Mrs. Paul WttaoBI .

aa4 Mn C. R. Bmery ofBtoomteaMav I I Mrs. Bert H** *.. Mn Fredi R
lei.. Aft here to rtatttaroack i Jenkhw Mb. Join Moore Mrs w. TOPie

TkaflMkjNtac. with her I U lxyte )lts. L A. Williams Mrs i
brother, D. C. M.Bkin sad Mm.MiiehelL .I w. T. Boil, Mrs. J. 3. WUUagbamMrs e
M A. Sammers Mn H V
I! Ktkertoa Mrs. Risk Greene and :

RB.. trky, of GtUeaKlettric ,i Mra. J. C. SwteoWliTBinai, t'IHIIpkiu
CooperaUra tot Richard I -'

Arcabold ckalfMi of the ce9 j D\ _nor.N

Weds-ay Mnrdock are ,
)fro ad Mrs. Messy
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; W he was always killedoff what? 4. Hatred of foreigners.

midway in the action, but 3. According to mythology, who 5. Socrates' wife

; 1g thousands of fans who had were the three fates* 6. Wyoming (66 degrees below

taken a liking to the attractive 4. What does xenophobia mean? zero at Yellowstone park).

young man protested; now he 5. Who was the peevish, scold 7. The Constitution laws of the

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Serve Turkey Golden Brown and Juicy!
Below school and then the movies grabbed Do YOU want security and will you I
(See Recipes )
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and "Adventures of Casanova" are to have that assurance? Then Civil
Thanksgiving TipsAs
Thanksgiving Menu his latest films. Lunching with himis Service is a good bet for you with Why V! !! Is

the days bring with them that quite an experience; even dignified its pension benefits and retire
Cream of Mushroom Soup dowagers recognize him and ment
the frost plans.
eooler-than-fall feeling as
Roast Turkey Prune Dressing ask for his he .
autograph- reacts
lightly on the pumpkin we a lot Best Known
gathers
Sweet Potatoes Creamed Onions like a gentleman rather than a Do you like of leisure time for
instinctively know it's time to talk gardeaiiic or outdoor sports? Then you
of turkey and Thanksgiving. Brussels Sprouts movie star. want a job with steady hour if only a
Cranberry Sherbet -it--: moderate salary to perMit you more per'aonal HOME REMEDY TO UUM1I"ldstuCHING
this
If families gather at season, freedom.
as is the time-honored custom, Olives Celery Musical critics acclaim Igor Gor-
Mued: Pickles Hot Rolls m's singing on NBC's "Voice of;
you'll bird want that's a regal ,.. Chiflon Pumpkin Pie Firestone" and other radio programs Queen in SeclusionAs

Mints Beverage and his RCA Victor
done to fork-ten- I praise King Farouk of Egypt is a
besides Recipes given. records, but his friends rave about
derness, I Moslem his Farida
young queen, ;
being golden I his cooking. He is really one of our : is required to live in strict seclu- Only Ticks VapoRub rives yon this
best amateur chefs more than onemagazine's special Penetrating-Stimulating
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brown and juicy. Brussels Sprouts.
Savory :
sion in their royal palace in Cairo. action when you rub It on throat
has *
food editor printed
Around the bird.you'll Cook three pounds of carefully
She is even forbidden to attend chest and bad at bedtime
want to as- washed brussels sprouts until done his recipes, if his friends had their the and the- It HRCTIfTtS to bronchial
banquets, receptions tipper I
those in salted Drain and way, he would open a restaurant!
semble water. placein atrical entertainments given by tuba with special medicinal rapors.
foods that complement it best- saucepan over low flame with -*'- her husband, although she may STBnruTB chest and back surfaces .;'I
\ anow-white onions with a bland two tablespoons of melted butter The first motion picture ever produced watch the activities from behind like a warming poultice And it 1
mask their sharpness Pour in by church is "Be- keeps working for :1
cream sauce to tossing until all are coated. a major which hide her
balcony
screens ,
brussels sprouts, \ chicken stock yond Our Own" made by the Prot- boursevenvCI9 .:
1 crisp green 4 cup strong season from view.. while you sleep I w VAPORU 't
savory with stock and bread with salt and pepper. Place in serving estant Film Commission; it stars ..
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crumbs, and sweet potatoes, of dish and cover with % cup of Charles Russell (featured in "The --- ,..- .
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To prepare the bird, follow these have been browned in butter. Kelley star of "Fear in the Night," .- >-
the feast: and the cast includes other wen / -- ,I J
three steps to achieving t-f" J ,. .
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Stuffing trussing and roasting. known Hollywoodites. Jack Chertok, ';. '- ';.;:i- -. ,- . ''MS. a
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(Serves 6) :
Prone Dressing. winner of numerous Oscars, produced rr "
(For 10-pound turkey) 6 14 medium brown sweet potatoes the film. ':f ._ -- J. :. jr.r. ; If! '
cup sugar -*'- 'f"t
3 cooked il
prunes
cups
Z tablespoons butter or substitute
1 small grated onion M cinnamon Rene Clair rounds out 25 years of

1 cup finely chopped celery >( teaspoon teaspoon nutmeg Aim making with "Man About -I6isWO'd How CHANGE
2}& cups fried bread crumbs W cop water Town"; the silent film studio set TO) )
1 juice in it is exact
cup prune H sliced brazil Dub used an reproductionof
14 cup chopped pecans, if desired cup the one in which he made his

1 teaspoon nutmeg Boil sweet potatoes until almost first picture, in France, "While /haP1ATIRE( ,
Salt and pepper tender; peel and cut in half. PlaceIn Paris Sleeps..* "TVe worked on a 23- AT NIGHT I
Wash and soak ,the prunes. Cook shallow baking dish. Combine I day schedule," said he. "But afterit

them in water in which they were brown sugar, butter, spices and was half completed we spent a _____ _ I II.
soaked, until tender. Cool, remove water. Bring to a boiL Pour over month trying to rustle up money to
I pits and chop. Fry onion and celery potatoes; sprinkle with brazil nuts. par the crew and east.A ." i
in two tablespoons of fat until Bake in a moderate oven (375 de -- !

soft. Mix thoroughly with fried grees) for 30 minutes or cook in a The sixth Elgin Holidays Shows, I ::1

t bread crumbs, prunes, prune juice heavy skillet on top of the stove, Two Hours of Stars," are being ?

pecans and seasonings. basting frequently. set, for. Thanksgiving! and Christmas: G
Season the neck and body cavity Cranberry Sherbet. Don Ameche will again be master or

i of the bird lightly. Fill neck with 2 cups sugar ceremonies, and Jack Benny, Jimmy
dressing and skewer the neck skin 2 cups water Durante and Red Skelton are
t to the back. Bring wing tips onto 1 quart cranberries booked for Thanksgiving.
back. Fill body cavity with dress- Juice of 1H lemons -+-
;- ing, but do not pack it tightly. Juice of H orange There's little rest for Lassie,
,. Skewer or fasten opening to hold &I-C-M dog star who also headlinesher I
!t in the dressing. Tie leg ends down Make a syrup of the sugar and own ABC radio show. She will
water cooking five minutes after it :
: taiL ,
to the finish shooting "Hills of Home" late -
starts to boiL Add the cranberriesand
To roast the bird first theskin
grease in November or early in December,
with melted softened fat cook until clear then run all
or then go right into a new film, "Fam
this through a fine sieve. Cool and
Place the bird onfh for Jock."
add the fruit juices. Freeze in ily
a rack breast
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down in shalf frigerator trays. This may be re-I I "
4 a Paulfhitemaa., ABC's musical
U low pan which is the day before using. director and disk jockey has certainly t

open. If the bird Chiffon Pumpkin Pie. started something he is

does not have a (Makes 9-lnch pie) planning a series of nation-wid ,-1 j

generous layer of 1 tablespoon nnflavored gelatin : Whiteman Clubs for young people, w .
J } fat, cover with W cup cold water to stage weekly dances. He feels jsa
rt.
a fatmoistenedcloth ill teaspoons cinnamon that it is a good way to combat
that is large !i teaspoon ginger juvenile delinquency, and is using Ctt *f ffe rW .,.Urt U that &$..t moiortat always keep *.. 1?
enough to go over H teaspoon nutmeg his Lambertville N. J, club>> as a can'( be done, be ...,. ,Wre parked gasMnha ready sad handy! Prop .. ':'
the top and sides. 1 teaspoon salt model. Advice and encouragement oa a smutbtaway..Set a want**light the other one for a working iicfat, ;
\'t brown 25 paces behind 700. You're .fl die Ketao-fe your spare Wert laden.ptbtcac. 'j;
Roast In preheated oven set at cop sugar are given on his daily program.
temperature. H cup milk .- ale If that wmmas light M a laalil *- Keep an your &ocbangiag
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proper t powered by At new"Zwtady" *001. packed
don'tbare
An 8 to 10 pound bird is set in a 2 cups cooked pumpkin Years ago when Mark Warnow baaaiea-eley oald.7 aeM MwI II finable cocethcz amad for so tfcesa you _
f 325 degree oven for 3 to 3li hours. i H cop whipping cream tea* concert master of the orchestra -. .,
four pounds heavier V4 teaspoon vanilla house he
I A turkey requires in a Broadway movie .
PROOf IN Tift UBOKATOsTY.IN
t : the same temperature oven 9-inch crust learned a lesson be never forgot .
I { but is allowed four hours longer to Soften gelatin in water. Add Thinking he bad enough experienceto YOUR OWN riASHUCHT
cook. For birds larger than 14 spices salt sugar and milk to i be promoted to the conductor
pounds use a 300 degree oven and pumpkin. Place stand, he went to an executive and 'EVEREADY' BATTERIES
i add Hhour of cooking time for m double boiler stated his case. The man behind the

9 \ each four pounds. A 20-pound bird, and beat to boiling 1>'. desk listened without comment And i
for example will take five to six I point Re- 4,.. -the next day Mark (now conductor OUTLAST ALL OTHER '

lours to roast move from beat of the "Borden Program") was
Do not add water or pan I add gelatin and fired. BRANDS; !
while roasting. If drippingscover burn. stir until dis ) -A--

the oven is too hot U the cloth solved. When cold h Some years ago pretty Kitty Wiffl- Bnduer f
) .looser Uel That's wtat
ii covering the bird dries during<< cook- fold to whipped gan quit her job as singer for Ref is a laAti&ht battery. And thafs what yoa yoa waat get ..
s \ tot. remoisten from fat at bottom cream and vanilla. Pour into crust Noble's orchestra and went to Hollywood wick "EvereaoV bred butcoet.. tabocatory
'"'. ef can. Turn bird breast up when and chill. Sprinkle with crumb to try for film fame. The oUter emu pnrre ie Aod tb beat Tabomnrf*at all

3:':. ;; c about % done. Remove cloth if from 2 graham crackers. day she sang.with his band again, A&Uv f-p : browning is desired. Crust: To 12 finely roDed graham for his new record album. But "ETeready batteries ..Mff any cdter btaadNcauas .

.. '': more Test for doneness when meat crackers, add 2 tablespoons of sugar tttian-haired Kitty is no longer professionally they NIlMI..,otter boad /

.:. ." ', feels soft This is done by pressing> and Vi cup melted butter or substi known as Kitty she b 'Ago: A ti."Ga."J '-,....{OS.
<;: .' 'i the thickest part of the drumstick tote Press in an even layer against now Actress Cathy Lewis star of g 'trusty.,...,'".....,..$ a* .MJJaW.CMMI-.r.&.II........,"Tall.".L.

So)::f. : nth fingers. The leg Joint also sides and bottom of a niBC-inch pie the popular radio show "My Friend Iesiiistrdira..Mdwell.-..- pmsmm .re/A..trstrdg.a.ps..ar' ,

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Just outside a small southern

village! a speeding
motorist r/
was . .,..
overhauled by
a chin-whiskered -

constable.You were speedin' through our _. - -

-town,"' the official complained.Coin Sire needless hours of repair Treat zippers on your galoshes

well over tbutty miles an work.by catching small tears ar.u w.ih vaseline if they have become I

hour. tiny rips promptly. Besides, if you rusted and are difficult to slide.
"I don't see "that you have any darn a small tear the repay job Be careful not to get any on the
timing device, the city slicker will 1 e less conspicuous. fabric. "-

craftily suggested. "How do you t.. -eno j -0E *
know I was going over 30" not let Turkish towels become Tack a pot-bolder into the kneed
"See this here bound?" the constable too soiled because scrab- : each stocfcfeg when you scrub -

replied, poJntins to .a skinny i bing wears them out. the kitchen or bathropm floor. N. "
burr
arrived. "WeD. that dog was i Don't forget those top shelves 1 -oI -

a'chasin' you, young fcBa, and hecouldD't j in the kitchen that hold iBfreqaeiit- I t'oanrster.ue fussy about

catch up with you. And ily-used items. They should be 1 realism. As long as their toys are
when that hound
can't overhaul a i given a periodic washing. ReMove I panted in bright colors, they need
fellow he air
,
goin more than 7 { items from the shelf and then go not be exactly like the animals ..
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miic<
lhutty an hour. i over it with a soapy cloth.NEEDLEWORK. I and'ob- .ects they imitate. I


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csu v u gets right to the toms of the L r sad fiMattbf ManaatfeaOiddie toe
tremble to help loosen and expel } Kitten Pttten fto. MB) send 2* '
perm laden pkiegra. and aid nature rrts *. eota. your aaaae. a4o- and f
to soothe and heal raw, tender, mb.nchiaJ. . a aaitrra Bumber.
10.1
C&mpd mucous membrazes. L object, roer HliOr:" y.f Due to a. oaanuBr large Sensed a..4rnrrfot
.'I ell your(SBggtst to sell you Co *1bns socMfer not ttat at
bottle of Crcroralsioo sew:red ni fltef eiders tor a few .f tee
a via
; the unCcrstandms must copular pattcmt.Send .
<< ycu must Lie the way It
c.uiciiy slays the cough cr you are Sour order to.:
ta have your laoney:: back.CREOMULSION. WASTED MOTION Paulson
By !':wI fi M1'I'I' ItI"'F.1I: +t.EWOP
139 SostR.b St. Cbkag. 1. IlL
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To get quick sad antis yInz relief
.. from combs des to coJds. tail tWa
I radius la your kitchen. Ova tried
QuiCklY Relieved you'll never be wtttoot tt.
First. make a syrup by stirring 1en
BATHE tender pans with tbe 4W I ;* granulated rags ac t CBS re,of s
pert fiufiFr, gently cieansiog watT a few moment,tmt'l disaoUoiL
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lather of bland Resinol Soap. A chili could do it No ccokinr
Then nee<>l Or yea ca: ue cora syrup or
apply soochinc Resin
Uqaid honey Instead cf i
Ointment osxr cynqvTain
Skillfully medicated and
get JU ounces ef Pines from
bene& ally oily it gives untold I any Cnucpist, This to a special coatpauiul t
comfort to fiery, smarting skin 5602 of proves tosrodkats ta concentrated !
Get both from maj deal man*>&*r form wefi-kaowa for ft*'
,,,"":' 'E. QUICk action on throat sad bronchial I
R S c HiJl: SOAP I Irritations,
AIB AS CUTE as can be is this; crocheted I Pit the rtaex to a pint bottla. ma4
* kitten for tots to carry i|l nil CP nil roar rmnx This make a 1
around. Crocheted of grey wool''I full pint of splendid medicine and yet
-my .taU f .load J-r. left twit! Ft+rrrme lam ITW I lies!' get about tow time as oracli tot
with white face, and tail '
R paws your awney. Laver spoilt Tastes fin.
green eyes, black nose and mouthare j I And for oukX Messed relief tt to
embroidered in simple ,, KUffbtof. Ton ca fl tt take bolo
stitches. Add bow. bi a way that means bosioeas. It
a big pink
The World at Its Worst By Gluyas Williams .-- --'- '- {i, tat loosens.d mctnbmm.tM Jlbl.11II.awl soothes_ tM the_trrt-

i sea Thus It makes breath!** .*.,.
Christmas
shopping needn't Le ;
N a and lets you sleep honey refunded
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t 1iE tiring experience if you follow this it Dot pleased ta ever, way. 1
suggestion. For friends who enjoy Piaex Im Swift Aetln:J I
the pleasure of cigarette or pipe > ,
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7I smoking-here are two great gift
items that are sure ta please. For
the man or woman who prefers

1Tt mild, mellow, rich-tasting cigarettes
-t select a carton of Camels.
a national 'tvorite. And for the
pipe-srnokei wisely pound tin of the largest-selling pipe

AC 5-Star Quality" Oil TiherDemenU tobacco Prince Albert Both
hare sa exelasive safe Camels and Prince Albert come in
fnard in the Collector Tube Trap gay gift packages. No other gift - - -

It's made ef acidproof glass cloth, wrapping is necessary Camels Keep Posted on Values_
and Prince Albert "readr
to
are
which fast rot sad thus allow
}, ptllBtioa .f give." At your dealer's BOW!-Adr. By Reading the Ads

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r hvs.toet, ndacbey" from bard coughing?
chickens
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: Arthur King Honored oar its .fOII.atry'to!..... see tt* beauty- and i:TRUCK DRIVER SAVES ; City Water- .

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II I' Danger fay C1_ i I -

For Work In Scouting insidiously The deatracuoa depleted which the Everglade has so: GULF STATION FROM l :I I l>pe Conttaaed of treat jinn from!, Pare 1) _

!' -- did not miss this park I person.tlh For the past Tar the p:ami has
.. doubt if there ever would hate !teen FiREr BADLY BURNED been operated b> the <;.Udf>s Etec-
( {
Given Beaver Award 1 : Pignut < mrafitioi cr, Under ; i
an Everglades National Park if thepeople irk Cooperative he tiu. exercisingunlv
I hl iv. I j. aritrnn!' and gi 111 itlatu t' the I t
I of Florida had acted supervisory authority throughI1'
| not
At Annual Dinner l>i,t :. : now has" four white troops
.. j'! quickly Drives h Laody. city !iKht and water
our 11 ro troop one Cub Pa k and Flaming Truck
Of Council I There I superintendent HF:.\ officiate
i Is thing about the
a :-tatout ::;bip. The one
super is"
I To when the deal "U being: made for
ion of these units requires a lo |i I Eiergtades that is. in my opinionits Place of SafetyAs the "
purchase of the
ritv power plant
t (Clewistoa News) of his spare time i( moat remarkable feature: jig tile
Clothes Burn I by cooperative, voluntarily of-
extreme fertility which ftm
Mr the means
King spent entire
Arthar j
,
H. District
King Comnsdpdsner -
r faring to handle the
eaDt-1 water treat-
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patgn period at Lake 0Ib0.. powers to recuperate We are already 1
of the Sucarhnd District.
i I 194C He served as prvmio I witnessing it Beet weak I (Clewtstoa news neat with their operators in lieu
Qua of
Council. 9/yr Scoats !
| of taxes. This the
f city was glad to
f 'America, received the .highes* award: Scoutmaster and was beloved by. all saw several Urge; alligators aad William A. Murphy, about 42
I do for the
of the Gall Stream Conch the 1 the bays who camped that year. He I I nuerou.U. ones. We had two years old of Sooth Clewmton by j bean than water plant has never
iaftoeaec big ones come so dose to the boat rare presentee of mind aad bravery mere a break-even proposition
I ,, Stiver Beaver, at the Coaacil's anfeaal was a great at that time I I
that eo8ltl reach them with saved the even with the same operators
baao.net Monday night being Camp Director for ba& you aa Calf Gasoline Station onSagarlaad
I 'I taking can of the light plant and
oar. I had observed
t never anythinglike
land Highway from being I
The Beaver aa emblem of hon
the
or for work with ;youth, was preaestted I He is aa active number of eke this before Until this year Ian / battled, by driving a flaming gaso-I to the water pint which have aU been
before 200 persons in the I Baptist Church' in Clewteton, is I alligator dared be seen it could fine track from the station to a same building Opening of
Holy Trinity Church parish halt married, a father and grandfather expect a bullet through its head.Many place of safety the new power plant building, ahandrad

In West Palm Beach by two repnewtatives :I His step-eon was an Eagle Scout I Egrets And Herons The track driver father of tenchildren yards distant trees the
of the Sconts' Orderf I and he .has a son who is now a Cub Around our ranger station at displayed remarkable enrage water punt, poses a real problem
: Coot Bay there are many egrets Saturday montag whea at for the coop in maintaining this
the Arrow lodge. Bill Wallis aad 1! Scoat ]
DBly Ingram Dressed in Indian I Several Interesting speakers were I and herons A local photographer Mont 9:3* the track front which he I set-as
ceremonial garb the two escorted I beard at the banquet, chief among recently decided it was the best was rifling tanks at Barney Thom. Richard Archbftld chairman of
King to the fore where his merit whom was Dr Gunnar Berg dean place in ruth Florida to make ..' Galt Station sad4ely burst into the ee-op hoard and W. B. Try,
J Wall cited I of Schlff Reservation Meadham, camp and get picture flames I I manager were at the mrrtmc and

Mr King has been active in Bar N, J., training school for Boy Scout The rare pink' roseate spoonbills The roaring "Inferno engulfed ArchboM Mid that they wet* leav-

Seont work for the past twentyClears ','I executives raised an estimated crop of well over track aed .$...ae* of the station,i, hag the tallowing day for Washington -
aad fifteen of those years I The new president of the councilis 100 yang this year. Up to the ftflvetoaing praps and railing op and would try to week: oat
hav been speat in active Boy Scout I Hiram Raniersom of Okeectaobee present we' have not even dared over the roof. Murphy, standingnear .... pin with REA offfei*') while

t leadership He was a Scoatauwter who was installed at the meeting. advertise where these magnificent the rear of the truck, snatchedthe there.BerkowHt. >
t in Moore Haven before moving to I II M Prewitt of Clewfoton is district -' birds have been n tiag fiaateg hose from the unit inlet I also stated 4ttt he

Oewistoa and immediately took up chairman of the Sugarland The act which created the National -, babe before fire could reach gasoline considered the water rate heft much
the work after coming here being I District. Rev. Herman Dam andA Park Service of the U. S. Department already la the anckol'l'rouHI tdb tow and Indicated*that a raIN
I responsible for the organisation of R. Broadfoot are among the council of the Interior said that tll"l tank. Leaping into tbe flami*! would he necessary if the dty had
Scouting in Clewiston. I members-at-large. I agency of the government cab of the truck he drove k nearly I to maintain the plant a* propose
When the area now known as I Attending the banquet from I"conserve the scenery aad the natural -i a block away before f being forcedto and operate.
f the Migarl.uiil District became a Clewiston were: M. M, Prewitt, A'I! and historic objects" Con abandon It. Jumping from u.el!!r A. w. Whhftdea asked that his
part of tbe Half! Stream Council Hann, Jff. Doty L Meet- gress said that the National Park I bnrning track, he rolled in the dirt '' electric meter be checked
King was selected! as the bt-st man :, man and Mr King. I Service should conserve and, at the I of the highway's edge to extinguish I t i L. M. LillY diacaased a lack of

same time provide for the enjoyment -his flaming clothing Had the track: algae oft tbd highway maatloaingj
I s of same How can you conserve exploded at the station it world j Moore Haven and need for a crossroads -
Civic Clines lIeulIeu..-" i; a wilderness with all its features -I have threatened several nearby sign at Lake Annie directing

I l intact and still make it available buildings as well as the gas station traffic over Road 25 to. Miami

for use* Ortgten of the fire was undetermined A general discussion followed of
I Talk On ? s Park i To solve this obvious aDd very' Murphy does not smoke, and I high water on certain part of town

{ real problem the National Park no one else was nearby at the time where ditches have not yet been
i { Service developed a master plan the glia burst Into flames and provided for pumping off rainfall
Everglades At Last Will irefully and objecthtly made'> A park area Is studied by maay es- went rolling" oat into the mate sad seepage water.

scientifu studies of the En'rgladesl! BEARD SPEECH-G TWO __ _'_.' street gaiter ,V patent static _
Come Into Her Own perts such as geologists naturalists eliminator was in operation oa the Mrs Harry Jordan, of St. Peters-
and failed to out with the
come recommendation engineers biologists landscape track at the time of the bug won $59 in cash for naming
j He Says for this national parkas II architects: historians, administrators Murphy, suffering severely eSP-loetou'l, the Seaboard's new streamttaer,
the
moet logical, economic
i use foresters and others The ride in the biasing track i which she cam the Silver Star. The
of the lands low-
and waters of the
(Clewiston News) ideas are pooled and the master ed to garland Hospital where I new train goes into service December -
er Glades
r Dan Beard, Jr.. of Homestead, plan begins to take shape. Finallyit Dr. A B. Johnson fqund him saf-I I 12, for travel between New York
\ I -Mperlnttfident of the new Everglades Has Wide Support Is approved by the Director of fering first second and third del and Florida.

t 1 National Park now being Many of you have visited one or the National Park Service The next gree burns I
projected in south Florida address more national parks. Nobody can step is to seek Congressional ap- The Clewiston fire department Harvesting of St. Lade County 1

'4 ed a joint meeting of KIwanis and visit a national park without enriching propriations.The arrived at the scene of the fire in!: fall tomato crop has started First ,
t- I .ne at Cfewieton Inn, Thursday his life. Ton realize of Everglades National Park Is record time and brought the flaming -; batch of tomatoes was said at the -
noon course, that the Everglades National now established manned and being marquee under control as well State Farmers'. Uarkei last week,
"The Everglades at last will Park movement has had widespread slowly and carefully planned for the as the burning track a block away] with 3ft field crate bringing $1* f
.eme. into her own" said Beard. support in Florida since future. At present we haTe plentyof Owners of the building expressed per crate and 1U>{ boxes IS.M. ;
; The Everglades have been dying. I, 1928 but depression and then war fresh water and bope you will deep appreciation for MUrphY"J
Most of yon have been aware of this I prevented its fulfillment. keep it coming to us-not in such quick action Firemen The carnival attracted a large
; but it has not been brought to the Do not think that you have seen I lavish amounts as last month Lang said Marphy's quick think' crowd and many patronised the ;
atttotion of other parts of the state it because yon have scurried over though! Facilities are still few ing and daring ride while his clothing various concessions, especially refreshment '
until recentlyJ&aay the Tamiami Trail at sixty miles per and far between. Wildlife and and body burned, undoubtedly booth and flshpead. Prof.
f have thought of the E;eras hour failing to notice any flora are just beginning to show saved the building I Huber expects t. be aWe to annoante -

rgbtdee useless, waste lands a alligators or swarms of bird bE'ars'l signs of recovery. Bat come down Murphy. condition, still at Su- the net pretends from the :
g U1Mee -where fires could be turnedto There is no other place on and see us. We shall always be garland Hospital-. slightly improved day's celebration next week. ,

i protect other properties like the Everglades. As time goes I happy to see yon people who lire according to Mrs. Helen Peters, .
Hunters sneaker into the vastness i on, people will come from all over "up the fl'l'Hk&' from us. hospital superintendent IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID

'.. of the Everglades at all seasons of
the year In the early days canals
and ditches were dug with rudimentary -
J clearance It was considered i _
entirely ethical for tbe people =;:
1 who lived "upstream" to do what -
e I I they wanted without worrying about I! ;. j i

i" downstream the effects on" the people who lived I I .t PC <' -f

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I States Geological Survey Soil .,!.-.."" .... ... ..... ., ,, .
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Conservation Service National Park ..
.: Service, Everglades Drainage District ,f
and other agencies began to
be noticed in public print Muck + ,
lands were subsiding Glades fires

were really doing some harm; YOU CAN HELP FEED THEn
sportsmen were finding that poachers
: had cleaned out the game; there .
was rumor that frost incident had '
,

$ ,>, coast scared been cities increased the daylights and; growers salt out of Infiltration Irrigation the east HUNGRY AND SAVE. THE PEACE :. r


f wter was being wasted.

L -Early this year Senator Holland \ tlirlf
,;, :publicly lamented wildlife aad plant 4'
destruction in the lower Glades .
where poachers and orchid thieves :

were caught redhanded. The Florida i; ... 1. Eat no meat on Tuesdays. a uTSAYE
Federation \\omens Clubs S
demanded it should be stopped. idUjtz.

\ "Come The Floods" 2. Eat no eggs on Thursdays.
4 :3tmntlv the floods came The -
I "Everglade lashed back at man's,
t puny efforts to Ignore it. Frantic : 3. Save a slice of bread every day. 1 t:

telegrams went to Washington for I .$- -
help Delegations waited upon the "
.. 4.
Great White Father. Everybody Remember, when eating out, restaurants will
had a sore arm from typhoid Innocnlatlons -
First too little water serve bread and 'buttes only on your special ' rv

-now too mnch. The Everglades 4 ..
; aad their fatnre had suddenly be- . request THE 4

I come the most Important political .
athd economic issue in the state of i
r
.Florida. ,
Below the TamUml Trail an area : -

e $ t almost half a million acres was I

I I net aside to fulfill Its destinyEver5I < -,
:natural: preserverg'iadea I
.
National Park. The Ever.. :

::,;<': -glades National Park is the:- cuttmtnailon !- c=
of long planning by tnanTt -.". '...paxA .c
-- public service project ol The i'J
''Crpnll -expel' -I do not know Adrettitinf Council, ...< '
has "*
that --
ot any person or I




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