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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: December 26, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
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issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00223

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NEW COMBINE FORDECORTICATING


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i COURT ON FISHING'' i I,RAMIE IS REPORTEDAn


Kven the most optimistic of the
I commercial fishermen of the area artit le in Sundays Palm Beach
are becfauing to be d" spond>nt as Post is concerned with what is called -
the year near us end with no dretaioa -, I a decorticating combine Which
: has been developed under the trade
having been reached b)" the
beettmptetoie court on the validity i j name of "Silaad." If the report be
.f act, passed b>' the legislature to true this machine is'a farther development -
I asxsaft a resumption of fishing and : of the decortkater built
i i wfrith wee ruled unconstitutional II i by See Island Mills' agricultural
; If.SjaUata circuit court Judges. i superintendent here O. H. Bond
I Te vaatvae court had been a.k4 I with Mr Wright of West Palm
I to give a quick decision because Beech and is a development ot what
J ef ta. fact that many fishermen I has proven one of the most successful -
watts without other means of sup- I raatie decorticators ever built
i '; pest fr their families and it was I I for processing the fiber for use la
sat a** d on the calendar but the I textiles.
days nave .passed into weeks and -Mr Bond .is away from Moore
die weeks into months and no word Haven at this time spending the
g. bee ears from Tallahassee. holidays with Mrs. Bond in West
Harold O Stewart local fish Virginia and should return shortly
dealer who has been very active in after Chrtctmaa. The Post's article -
'
taw fight to clear up the legal i is reprinted below, not as a
f tangle so that fishing could be reamed -I statement of. faa until verified by
had a telephone talk the I 1-L )Jr. Bond, but as a possible answerto
first el this week with Pat Whit- I a problem which could revolutionise -
I
aker, Tamp attorney who is rep- tr, the entire glades area:
MStattiftg. the fishermen, but was I From sources considered wholly
; vnuMe to learn anything Wbitaker reliable, reports come of a newly
told Wm that the length of timer developed decorticating machinefor
Mtetred to make a decision was the the handling of ramie. Ex
; only optimistic note that he could hanstive tests reportedly convince
1
detect developers that the new machinewill
ii The lake has been closed, except do the work which hundreds
:, for a couple of very brief periods, of years have failed to solve
since October of 1946OFFSHORE I The machine known as "Siland1
Combine Decorticator, has DeeR
I l put through these tests and according
LAB 0 R : : to the report will be load-
ed on a flat car and shipped to

COMING IN NOW TO I : the Glades within two weeks. The
; machine and its operation have
been kept secret because of frankly -

HARVEST CANE CROP Jll.' & .- expressed doubt held by the
;; -, '. developer themselves -*
News . An old old wish that tbH' ringt true Hay you Kav> _,._ The principles of operation are

(Clewlston ) : .a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year too!! said to be revolutionary Developers
Ninety Jamaican sugar cane ) ::-' ;;' state that they wanted no publicity -
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worker' "':ire |rtmght tat* Morri ; __. .;k-_ until actual operation of the
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'E' son Field Sun4>rr"-th. first of several .. machine under field conditions had
; hundred workers who will be proven Its merit. neT state that
I brought in this way for work In two steady week of actual field
the cine fields of the United State running each day, has Miuftai them
Sagar Corporation to bolster the beyond doubt.
t' dtnteetfe labor for harvesting the The Democrat Force The machine Is 34 feet long and

t remainder of the 1947-48 cane I 10 feet wide. It rolls on two pairs
f .rep. of caterpillar treads la combination -

.t Perraiseioa baa been given by the I with the decortkaior there
Jaautean government to recruit Is a harvester, making one entire
a''
i toIl at lite workers from the Is ait. This unit is pulled by a

tend and Fred C Slke. personnel j jnuaucer ____u__ _ I tractor The harvester 1* controlled
I of the corporation has I j +I frow the d< heed to Jamaica for several "e.k.1 1 Courthouse To Close Methodist Church cats and tars thf a'ems oa
asap anittsssry arrangements j Baptist Church To 1 a comveyor which ft f'd"* the weed

More. than500 domestic workers I i Remainder of Week Has Xmas ProgramOn Have Christmas i into the decorttcator.
have bee brought in to Clewiston I Iin I I The course of the SUM trough
the last couple of weeks from j Sunday Night Program TonightThe the derorttealor Is always forward
Southern state but maay of these I i Most of the offices at the county i} i en that the orticatloa is always
4M hot eves stay overnight before' courthouse are planning to observe i, iD eve direction There is said to
.e-g on to roMtal cities This is a longer than usval Christmas holiday The Methodist Church departing I Baptist Sunday School will be only light waste of fibre
plans being to close the offices from have the aaaual Christmas
the reason! so moth dependence custom, held their annual program through this process. The SI land
abaci be placed DOW on foreign; from Wednesday night until Moo- Christmas program for the Sunday and visit from Santa tonight (Wednesday Combine will weigh about IS tons
workers day morning except: for emergency School on Sunday evening insteadof ) at 7:SO o'clock and every but the weight \t so distributed
A delegation from Antigu was work. 'I on Christmas Eve. The program one Is cordially invited to attend. that it will operate oa ground able
here last week to confer with corporation Mrs\ Caroline Bales, who handles was given at seven clock and the Considerable preparatory work to support a maa walking.
officials and offered the : the affairs of the county Judge's church! was packed with people for has been done on the program with The capacity of the machine Is
complete facilities of their govern office says that she can be contacted the! service. the various classes participating, reportedly two acres per poor,
ment to recruit labor from this in emergencies at her home Jo Anne Conse made a perfect under the direction of Mrs. E. Jo r- which combines the harvesting and
.. section The government Of Barbados lust across the street, and this probably angel and opened the program witha dan. Mrs. Mack Greene and Miss decorticating The plant is lowers *
also sent word that full cooperation holds true for the collector's vocal. solo "Jesus. Prince of Jean Moore.Gift by two CO horsepower ent -
, would be given for recruiting office. Peace," a composition written by exchanges were taken care o gines. It can be operated by three
The
on that island. county health unit office Tom lore a high school instructor separately by the various classes or four men. The reports spring
AU of these foreign workers are plans a complete four-day holiday. who played the accompaniment. previously so Santa Claus will present from results ,of actual harvesting
.1 brought In with the endorsement Both the selection and the rendition- gifts of fruit and candy to the and decorticating tests under field
! of the Sugar Workers Union Road Work Done were beautiful child rea. conditions.

1 Mr. Situ will return to Clewiston At A pageant "The Christmas The program will consist of a Persons Informed on the problems -
Lakeport
by plane Wednesday to spend Story" was given with Jo Anne r Christmas with his family after Coase as the angel taking the main :carols, recitations, and other things ssing'have long faced insoluble
which he will return to Jamaica As a Christmas present to a pan speaking part. She did a beautiful : to put everyone la the proper frame problems. These are agreed that if
a and then go on to Barbados and of the Lakeport citizens, the countyIs Job as she quoted selection after of mind for a Merry Christmas. such a machine as Is BOW reportedcan
- Antigua.REBEKUfe. scheduled to complete today selection from the Scriptures to fit I actually operate fa the Glades v
(Wednesday) the new road grade the various scenes without recourseto 1 New a new and staple epos of almost i
I HAVE PARTY between Beck's store and Comp- notes and without a faltering of Signs Erected limitless potential can COOK from "

; FOLLOW MEETINGThe ton's store in Lakeport which will memory Brahm's Cradle Song .as': By State Road Dept. Glades fuml.Muoru .
give the residents of that section sung by Betty Jean Hendrickson

members of the Rebekah the their first dry road to travel since who took the part of Mary Other The State Road Department baa To Install
lodge enjoyed a short musical pro- storm parts were taken by Glenn Hatch-
tram refreshments and a gift exchange Nothing has yet been done to Insoa as Joseph; Jerry LeGlea recently completed the erection of Officers Monday
some new road
signs, some of
following the regular lodge alleviate the poor road conditionsup Heflin and Billy Collier were the which
netting Tuesday night. the beach from Compton's store shepherds Neil Taylor Temmy indicate and is the the mileage to MooreHavea > I Arrangements have bees Bade _
first time
Refreshments consisted of mince except by the continued recession of Cook and Charles Carr were the attention has been that any I for the installation of the newly
pie, pumpkin pie and coffee with the lake level While the lake faun Kings of the Orient: Candle bearers paid to MooreHavea I elected officers of Moore Have
oa any of these routingsign
,
Mrs A.. O. Howdeshell. Mrs. Joe going down it has not fallen were Jimmy Farnam. Giles Tompkins *. Lodge No. II, F aad A. 3k Wit II
i Van De Velde Mrs. George Startle sufficiently to provide a roadway Billy Ray Benin and Keith I Monday aigbt
and Mrs. Paul Wilson as hostess up the beach except for the more Ewing. Members of the primary Plans are also being drawn for This will be sisply a Masosle lastallatioa. c
Santa Claus appeared for the giftS ragged vehicles. Class in costume represented the an advertising sign to be erected at the custom of tasttfUaC
exchange whlb was much enjoyed children of other nations who the Lake Annie intersection.and Jointly with the Eastern Sur3 aav-
1- Present were Mr*. W. T. Ball. Mr. The state of Missouri has more brought gifts to the sew-born Say- lag been done away with when Ue
;;. W. U Wetherlngton Mrs Sweefir' t than 8.000 miles of railroad 1J17 four OE3 changed their installation tine
; Peeples. Mrs. C. C. Klutts. Mrs miles of navigable waters and boasts Musical selections for the pageant the beginners class" ran t i( until ia the sprint JaT before
"Helia-Ho for Santa Claus
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f John Moore Mrs. M A. Summers 14f H miles of improved state were given by a Junior choir composed this and as Grand Lodge convenes.
number 'I
Mrs. L. Stalls Miss Margie Cram, highways.The of children from the Junior was concluded Santa I Elected officers to be Installed
t. Mrs. P. E. Lundy Mr*. R E. Jor and intermediate Sunday School .Claus catered with a Jovial Merry are: 11. C. Keen W. )(.; J. L JioI- _
. dan Mrs. Kate Mills, Mrs. Fred city of Evaasvllle. Indiana is classes. Christmas and began to distributegift en. S. W.; B. E. Wsldroa, J. W.;, -
I Jenkins. Mrs. John Sexton, Mrs. B. the largest hardwood center in the Following the pageant Larry I from under the lighted tree L E. Scott treu.rer.4 W. u -
I ,31. Daniel and Mr* J. CX Swlndall United States while the city of Carts Hardy sang Jingle Bells; Frankie I which had been arranged by a gift I Bellamy secretary Aepotattve ot-
and the hostesses called the "Steel City" Sellers sang "My Christmas Tree'1|I exchange. drawing from the 'tattouctllSft. (fleers have Dot yet b *aed. aasoaar
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The Questions I 7. Does the human eye ever
I <3I I stop growing? '
curved
1. Who threw the first '
AGE-CSCREENIRADIO I The Answers
am e. ball in a baseball game?
n I Bclcased by WTTD"Features. 2. The Basques are a very an- 1. Arthur "Candy" Cummmgs

By INEZ GERHARD cient people inhabiting what pitcher for the "Stars" of Brook

mountains? lyn, in 1867.
I NEW YORKERS have I 3. How much does it take to 2. Pyrenees.

accustomed to encountering feed a circus elephant every day 3. 123 pounds of hay and 7

motion picture 4. What was the name of the pounds of bran.

(' companies at work in public I witch in the Bible who was consulted 4. Endor.

places; crowds gather to by Saul? 5. A Geneva cross.

f I watch, wonder what the pic- 5. The familiar cross used by 6. Thirty. Half are older, half

ture is, and presently some the Red Cross is sometimes called are younger than 30.
.
member of the crew is being what? 7. Yes, the eye stops growing,
pestered by questioners. So Fred- I 6. What is the dividing-line age but the lens of the eye continuesto

eric Ullman Jr.. of RKO had a I of the population of this country'JSlN'lIG grow throughout life.

I bright idea. Daily hundreds of cards

were passed out to the curious; they I

read, "You have just witnessed a \OU9
I scene taken for RKO Radio's The

!. Window,' a drama featuring Bobby
Driscoll Barbara Hale. Arthur Kennedy I DEG

v ; Ruth Roman and Paul Stewart -
," Something new in the movie

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June Havoc, "Miss Wales" in

i, "Gentleman's Agreement," will ""THERE'S a great difference in
have an important role in "The Iron > dogs. So if you are g ing to a

| Curtain" at 20th Century-Fox. Gene' own a dog, give time and thoughtto

i iI what kind of a dog it shouldbe.
GlVt THlM GOOD-USTJMS
_
I r ".,' If you have lots of room -
fields, woods, lawns the work SCOTTS EMULSION
i ing class dog is for you. Collies Help koild staMira k;)p, bailS
Greet the New Year With a Buffet Supper! h and Belgian Sheepdogs are included raistaM to colds, tf ymmgrtcrs dual.
ere Month utoral AtD -- '
(See recipes below.) here and they have proven Scotft b a Ifc* wet*
their value in herding sheep and rOOD TONIC-a -foHi
Welcome the New YearDo cattle. .<" of a.tsrst AAOVitamlai
LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU sal .__
The German Shepherd dog is another
you like to fix big platters of breed outstanding for herding ability and bail ding Baton oO. Katy
Platter of Cold Sliced Turkey, an excellent watch dog to bootv Working t. tsta Bar ivttvrtneommco4
food and set table? If
a large
you
Beef Ham dogs are a dignified powerful serious tot. it! Boy today
do, then this is the time to have a or yet they will mother you with affection at yov drat rhea
feast Invite some of friends with Assorted Cheese If treated right Other breed of dogs, as
your
classified by the American Kennel CI1lb-
Potatoes Au Gratin
with whom you'd like to welcomethe their health diet and training--are dis MORI than jBJtaJoah
Molded Vegetable Slaw cussed in our booklet No. 78. JSCOTT'S
new year, and serve them a ifs powvrfu/ftoomfuBaof
snack buffet style. Spiced Pears Crisp Celery a .
Plum Pudding Hard Sauce Send JSc In coin for "How to Raise and
Naturally, this can be on the eve Teals Year Do- to Weekly Newspaper
cf the New Year itself, or at any Beverage Service. Z43 West Ills,Street. New T.rk. EMULSION
New Yrk. Print name address with looe.
time in the after- ; booklet bile and No. 71

noon or early Combine, beat or shake thorough JUNE HAVOC

evening of the before using. Pour over crisp wedges I # "7. :,... 1
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READ THE AD5r3Itii
I day itself. You'll of lettuce. Tierney and Dana Andrews are
\___, have fun too, because With the priceof starred in the film, but a lot of people If UiJ"u"q.4 "Q. r .

V..... there's the tender cuts of will go Just to see June. L, .I'O 'Q.- '( hQo
feeling of turninga so high you ? p .1

clean page in may feel you'd J E'meat Jorja Curtright, the little stenog- r"Z" ,,/ ,o ; ,y'Z j
your life, and it's only natural you like to have a I rapher who finally got a break in
should want to start out suchan beef cut for New pictures (she stars in "Heaven Correct"I've I I
occasion with your friends. Years because of ""';.;> r J Only Knows"), has had another had a worrying time with

Your menu does not need to be its traditional I dream come true. She has been the insurance people. They ask

expensive.: Select one of these place on the / __ named for the leading role opposite such awkward questions. They ttit
menus and work it out with your menu but would 1 Richard Ney in the forthcoming even wanted" to know the state of

liners and dishes. rather forego roast beef itself. stage production, "The Master's my mind.
Menu I. Then why not plan a menu of this Chair," scheduled to open on Broadway "How absurd! I suppose you

Savory Meat Pie kind? in February. Couldn't happento left that blank"For

Lettuce with Russian Dressing 1\IeDull. a nicer girl!

Cloverleaf Rolls Beverage Danish Pot Roast Harmony
Peach Gelatin Brown Gravy Edward Cianelli tried for four "Wbaft tkt matttr JoJkHuf JfmtJe4
Boiled Potatoes weeks to kill Viveca Lindfors without tk* boot stop mger. "c..',
The meat pie is savory and tempt- jam blip tkt tfftomer?*
Celery Pickles Olives ever meeting her. The script of
ing for the cooler weather, and men -Nfl, tir!"replied ibt.JJ*SUtII. mttrjimg ,
Corn In Pepper Rings Warner Bros.! "To the Victor" had
folk will like its meatiness. The dessert to fitJ lift shoe tbft tqtttk ;*
is Luxury Cake him bent on eliminating the lovely the tare i.7r
especially lovely but easyto Miss Lindfors, with Dennis Morgan l
The combination of seasoningswill
make in fact make
both of these; things, why ahead not of time? make this beef roast very inter co-starred with her, rescuing her Doing nothing is the most tiresome
esting and pleasing. each time. But after a month of thing in the world because
Savory Meat Pie. criminal pursuit Cianelli thought berated 'you can't stop and rest.
Danish Pot Roast
(Serves 6) an introduction.A .
(Serves 6 to 8)
1 pound beef chuck
Aimed
1 3Ji pounds chuck roast of beef Right -S-STAR O
pound lamb shoulder
kind-hearted considerate mother
generous "Jimmy! his ex:
Flour for
dredging
Flour for dredging man with no need to wear a claimed. "How dare you kick: your 'QUAinroa.nuK .
Lard for browning
Lard for browning toupee, that's Jack Benny the little brother in the stomach?"
2 brown nor
tablespoons sugar
12 small onions opposite ef his radio character. "It's his own fault Ma. He
Vt rup'inerar
4 carrots Jack will take his radio troupe to turned around." on CUM
Salt and
4 pepper
potatoes Denver for the week of January 12
1 Dredge meat with flour and brownon
cup string beans to 18, at the request of Colorado' Should Stop It
all sides in hot lard. Season with
r 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Gov. Lee Knous, to launch the Na- He va ehout to lute for lit ..flkeU.

.. Z cops meat stock ' sprinkle salt and pepper with, I j tional Infantile Paralysis drive ',),. bit tri't heeled bim tmtll pr.. : TRY POST'WAR7AS1FRACll4'COLD

Have meat cut in one-inch cubes. there. lie will officiate at a series
col."ir'bd
I Dredge with flour and brown in hot J c"'. brown sugar and ; of benefits then do his broadcast, ,tIH" haw H sled I
add vinegar. Add "A bottle el tar' .,"
lard. Season with
salt and for
which
l tickets be secured
pepper can by 666
1 cup hot water. "7""'', trice of blll--n-o-I
and very you
i place in casserole. Also
pile making contributions to the drive.
:' ) Cover tightly and I "Ob, ift mot for fomf the replied. ,, TABLETS
: vegetables into
I casserole. Ac" 4 The state to raise over $100-
hopes 'If for ist. Her hair it
cook slowly until your tyf cow leg ..
tablespoons flour to fat in pan where 000. 1 ......IM.cbat oed q...... hisills.fCalt
: out belly on tost.
done. Remove pot your ......
meat was browned and '"1 li k.r!s9!
w stir until
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thickened. Add 2 cups meat stock Agnes Moorehead, super-villainess ,
for NationalAnthemBannetfi --- -- -
liquid gravy (3 tablespoonsof ---- --
and let cook until thick. Pour this in most of her screen roles is to
,
z flour stirred smooth in
aver the meat and vegetables and water), H cup portray a deified character in one In Grand Central StationThe SPEEDED-UP (COMFORT

cook in a moderate oven (350 degrees of Lew Bible tales. He
Surround the meat with the ? Ayres records -
vegetable for so-called
i ) for 20
minutes.
Remove from dish suggested in the menu: them at his own expense and playing of the Star Spangled
even and top with a biscuit crust Corn la Pepper Rings. sends them free to churches and Banner on the organ in NewYork's KIDNEY SUFFERERS
Return to a hot oven (400 degrees) I
schools.
for another 20 minutes and bakes (Serves <) Sunday Grand Central terminalhas aacbaeh.lee Paiaa,troca tbep,natural
r 2 caps cooked whole kernel corn -A- been prohibited since December -Maally. aracfc ractar tfww.=
want until crust nice is well browned. If you 1 green pepper Brian Aherne made his own personal 8, 1941, when we had declaredwar to U FeIq wleiJbiiMTS fadawril:UMI.ddic ALLAY) Pda KLA.DVEA Tbey-
a glaze on the crust, Batter recording of the wedding of en Japan and the organist UUUflllOX.that's UN ran el nay

( rush. with beaten egg before baking Salt and pepper Princess Elizabeth staying up for played the anthem. As everyone p.rr,.eSn.be .:'.silks.sere,tln.ei=e.etd.e.ea had.

Heat the com with butter salt the broadcast all the night before.He dutifully stood at attention, the unexpected waMYadd..f wtilassluBalaU ktdan artwa.w
Peach Gelatin. De a- Fotey (*._ kida UvUv)
1 Serves and pepper. Cut green pepper into plans to have the records delay caused several Wk tiny aba and.d.<' Jik-aMw
( ) six: : rings and place around the meat duplicated for presentation to hundred persons to miss their I Madder. At=dracsct. frlemji; Sad
4 or 5 canned cling peach halves sore auiaetsq.DocaiS YOUR
When friends in Hollywood's British cole trains. th0EYin
1 package raspberryflavoredgelatin rings.ready to serve, spoon corn into ony. I BAC1

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I cup hot water (Serves <) Romance has catered Fred
STUFFY ?
1 cap peach syrup 1 quart vanilla Ice cream Clark's professional career. Of NSTR/a.

Arrange peach halves, smooth H cup chopped meats coarse privately he Is doing fine
pecan
aide down, in bottom of a .large 1 cop hot chocolate sauce with Diana Lynn. But In Pan .thats a job for Comfy and iWt ty"I'I

: round mold or pan. Dissolve gelatin C squares sponge cake mount's TUrard." for which be is the
in hot water add peach and StXltM .. MENTH0LATUM TWINS
; syrup
Split cake in two; place a slice of on loan-out from Michael Curtis productions initI1terJlM116mnes
stir to blend. Pour sufficient gelatin vanilla ice cream between the cake. Clark and McDonald Careyvie

: mixture over peaches to cover. Chill Put another bit of ice cream on top for the attentions of Paofette ,
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?. OWl remaining gelatin until congealed of cake and pour hot sauce over it Goddard the first time Fred has

o but cot firm. Whip until very Sprinkle nutmeats just before serving dallied with a damsel oa the
-- fight and thick. Pour over plain gel the cake. A-

atin. Oil fl until firm. Unmold. Serve Dot Chocolate Sauce: licit 1 I Pat O'Brien's p aereea.1

with table cream soft custard orWhipped square bitter chocolate in double 'I to New York, taken as soon as 'yhy again!

.4 :1 cream. boiler, add 1 tablespoon of butter I finished "Fighting Father Dunne"

Rassiaa Dressing. and 1V4 cups sugar. Add 8 tablespoons was to making recordings for Jrfa I
(Makes 1U cups) hot water slowly and blend. new radio program Tala of Broad-

1.cap olive or salad oil Add 4 cup rich milk and stir well; way," to be broadcast over NBC
M cap vinegar boil 10 minutes, watching carefully. for 52 weeks, starting next spring. Quick MENTHOLATUM thoL two famous, fasVactinz iDedieDt. -
ft teaspoon salt Cook to soft ban stage, remove from ---- .that help this oat thick
;' lire and add Leonard L. When dogged-op nostril have mucus, reduce swelling, sooth
Few grains cayenne a pinch of salt and 1 Levinson Is the producer VOB rmanin*for arrandyoarnow cofcHnflamed memI Boat
' H teaspoon white pepper teaspoon vanilla. Cool slightly then of "Impossible Pictures." He f.-red aDd reada far take head-cod aaaetj ani.iyicfedarokeep '

"t tablespoons chopped parsley beat until creamy. Keep warm in is revolutionizing the cartoon business -.euMwuitujLu aDd*-K-B-AT'H-U MentLfilatem handy.us -

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%LTN it's ready for use. the special finish that
God's Eternal Rule -.- makes the bag dustproof. Brush ..

When baking bread and the the bag instead ...
Lesson for December 28, 1917 crust becomes burnt, use a small -.-
grater and rub it lightly over the Turn the broom from time to
burnt crust You'll be surprisedwith time when sweeping so the bristles
last Sunday of another year
TilE how easily it is removed near
brings us to a very fitting lessen i ennJy.'F.

l( ;.3 I found based in on Jude passages 24, 25 of, Revelation Scripture '
II NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS
16-22. and Matthew
2. The devotional 'F.

I ri reading 145,1-13. is Psalm I Spread o Bluebirds and Roses. !\

r "Now unto him
Our improved DIIen-vtIIuI .Mh tarfto I
u that is able to keep I .see chartaadpkotM, a** CMHplete *
t recfon*-make* noJewaffc
you from falling, fiSJ
i- and Send :ywr order ..:
r to present you I I

"So I'm 'Fop-tyed Boob,' am I It If I wasn't a ttntltman! faultless; before the Sfwlar Circle Needierratt Dept
presence of his JC4 w. &.adOlplaiC. Chicago M. DL
I'd jive yon a good poke in the jaw!" I glory with exceeding i a \ I Enclose 29 cent for patters

I joy, to the ony I I No. .
Ii i wise God our i Nam.Addr- '

Dr. Newton Saviour, be glory ..
MEANS WHAT IT SAYS By PaulsonDIFFICULT and majesty, dominion I
and power, both now and
? ever. Amen," Jude 24. 25.
With this benediction let
us pauseat I (
the rapidly ebbing shoreline of
'
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-f Ober folks
the departing year, asking the ,
meaning of God's goodness and stn i1's. i l
mercy as reflected in the Christmas E I z
season and through all the days of tpf l 4"Iseose

our earthly pilgrimage. .
11l 4CE As the Wise Men brought their
gifts to the Divine Babe in Bethlehem ALLVEGETABLELAXATIVE
let us today wisely ap- I
praise his gifts to us during the
.'Jf T. irH past year, and examine our hearts Sin NR Natures Remedy) Tablets
to see if we are duly grateful. there are *. chenuuli. ao mmenl*,
Y . M phenol denritrrtj. NR Tablets are
.
different-act different. Purtlj ttgtUWr
Rich Gifts for Jesus -a combinatioa of 10 vegetate
-- ingredients forarolated over SO yean
READ again the second chapter of ago. Uncoated: or candy coated the*.
particularly the sec- '-t action is dependable, thorough, yet
tion which describes how the Wise )6C.01 ; gentle. as millions of NRi have
proved. Get a 25 box. Use at directed.
Men their
brought gifts rare and
precious gifts-to the Son of God.
They were rich gifts meaning that
-' they were costly. We dare not '
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bring anything to Jesus that does
not represent a measure of sacrifice -
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$ N'Yep. Contemplating the days ahead
what shall be the test of our giftsto COLOR-HARMONY for your 4t
6v teJlrliiat'g rirhtP reel ,
room roses -
Jesus? Shall we give him our
left-over time? Shall we be satisfiedto in a garland of lazy-daisy flow- t
bring him a pittance of material ers such a cheerful winter bed- i J; J* Get Well

DECISIONS By Gluyus Williams gifts gifts?of Or the shall Wise our Men gifts, be, the like first the spread! . i It|%i QUICKER

/MiM W fruits of all his increase? He asks transfer Tour layouts of a IS'.bluebirds by 18 in.!motif Pattern 1 woofs 7031: I ,_Yc:....
for our love, our loyalty our glad 3 by S'i to 21i by 10'i fa. I O".ceU
and sincere devotion. mi rv'Q T-'
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The Lone Look Ingenious Burglar AlarmIn !

NOW we come to the heart of Sunday's Jap Temple of 1697
ITS ASPIRIN/ AT ITS BESTSt
lesson In Revelation 21:3:
t "lie shall dwell with them, and they Few modern burglar alarmsare Joseph ASPIRIHWtl
shall be his peoples" Cod's eter- as ingenious as the one in the !
ow *4i CEfT stulltAT
'aOsb a' nal rule will be gladly acknowledgedand Chioin temple in Kyoto, Japan, I < *
received if all place their handsin which was built in the structure -
his hand at the gate of another when it was erected as a military
headquarters in 1697 When the **
year r |' FASTER-SMOOTNW
Nineteen forty-eight holds many alarm is set, reverberations r. ro
question marks. Proole are afraid. caused by an intruder walking
They are confused. And here across L'1ecoden floor produce
comes the message of Sunday's sounds like the twittering of birdsin ps.i east H.ett tt
lesson "He shall dwell with the rafters. Therefore, he is not I
them, and they shall be his pea aware that his presence is known
ples." until he is captured. sera o+v novatE tera II

The world is passing away, the I .
lust thereof, but they that put their
Vf f' CONfStE f 'tl1Hf trust in God shall abide forever and
YOU rtFCEV) ( VKJ p '
sa S1REF1 You UVU BE urOSED 1> 'jit CROSS4iRf a AToRtWS ever. God's eternal rue! has been
SNOwB&t 8A11\.E &OGKt1S6 1Hf CKP' NiPf VW '(,!'PJt vindicated in history.We .
N'ttiR" 1RACK& Vtl fclU K WCSEP t 1 tM WHO M'MY5.r shall do well to read again
':HW A 'PUfI' &I P1.JfI AtCOIJMf a HIS tG G%.&Oc, 7TP A: f10R4An and again the chapters in Revelation
;M WHOM \W: Mol EQi tWthft lD> KJtfl 0H>( 1E! SSC5\ Ot 16-22, and see hrw all who CHEST COLORub
walked with God were victorious,
and how an who forgot him and forsook .
his ways, were destroyed.
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BACK HOME AGAIN By Ed Dodd God's Eternal Rule I

LET us turn now to the verse In
145, which reads:
O.1?: >E5TE50JMS f.. TVS TWRIL CP SEE/MS A 1<.4VELSOM ,0lR "Thy
Kingdom is an everlasting kingdom
8LACSM T4B2EAJC, A RSESUOE Uil1\\O / and thy dominion endureth throughout i
all generations"

Every thoughtful person is today
wistfully searching for certitude -
for the assurance that behind these
= f3LACK5Atyl dark .clouds that lower
over our ,>; '
.
I I frightened world the sun still .4' ,iA
I shines Better that the sun shall
break through these clouds.
Our lesson gives that very as t
I surance. This is our Father's
world. He lives! He reigns! And
be waits to reveal himself to as ta Ben Gay,quick Gently warming Ben-Gay
I IB wisdom and power. He will Dot brings speedy,welcome relief from chert-cold daconv .
force himself upon us. We mast fort You see,Ben-Gay contains up to 2 35 time BOOT
open the door to him. He stands methyl tabeylate and menthol two p8 He1imDc
.
I and knocks. agents known to all doctcn-than five other widely
Is hat not enough to bring us to offered 11Ib-iDL1nsist on genuine Beo. iaythe cxig-
our knees in the fervent prayer, tnal Baume ADa1g sique. J
: 'Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be Aka fw Paw tm to ttttaUTBat,K3SCU UXmt StU S.

done heaven in" earth as it is done in ..e tar Itad -'CIJ tar Cills.F1'T4iV1L.

Beginning in the home, and
spreading into every area of life
may the truth of Sunday's lesson
become the watchword of Americaand
of an lands as we enter upon :
the New Year.

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and then preceded to traduced and after a nice: talk
football
f GLADES COUNTY Whoppers! Arc Noir TulnntjAnylers give some squad little known anecdote I awarded the sweaters and letters to

f DEMOCRAT regarding each of the squat mem- the eighteen members of the toot-

Lures In This Area bers as they were introduced in atypical ball squad. He also announce th&t
the Tigers would be in the
This ladiia .
*...u.b 4 E *ry Friday By Wincaell fashion '
of the boys River Conference next season and -
made big bit and many
THE JJOORE IU"Cf, FLORIDA I are still trying to find out the gave the schedule for the Tiger ;
I Bass Of Season
Biggest ernoon. White came a close second source of information. games. s
CARR SETTLE. rnklUkcp with a seven pound two ounce resident Vaughn
expressed
Being Taken From I and bass, Harvey James, head freshman hUappretiatioa
a.b.erIpSI.. RatratTctrreit catch seven other fine to everyone who
I Miami contributed
of I
IIIK ____ '1.:1 coach at the University
a.lbs from the the
'. The Lake same spot preceding i to the great success of the
o.e Tear ____ t2ss day. Leggett is spending his first and former all-Southern center., was
: occasion and expressed the hope that
then introduced aDd made a very
fishing vacation In 22 years in this seat the club
would
and the members year grewmath
talk the
nice
i a. Mcood-clas matter. May (Cfrwiston News) vicinity, and is greatly enthused to followed boys by his assistant larger and that the basalt
I. 1S27 at the Podtofflce at Moore Really big mouth bass have suddenly with the sport here. A five posed and WM would be "hisger and hetter"
HaHn Florida under the Act otongreM Dave EMridge who also taa
f; decided to come up out of the bass responded to his flyrod popper
( ever
: of March 1 1197. I
r deep holes and off the weedy bottoms early Tuesday near LaBelte. and made a alee tolk.

of Lake OkecBobe and four other bass sad several saook Movies of the )6ami-V waaeva HOLY COMMUMOV:

tributary streams, giving local I rounded out his string game were them shown for the

and visiting anglers a taste of bass group. .
There will be a celebration, :
&EANDE'RJNGSBy fishing which recalls "The oldlima" After the movie Mr. Vaughn aaWNnced -
Bond
Sales Still
I Holy Communion at 10:It a. a.Chrttam :
Carr Settle to early settler sportsmen the inauguration of the morning at St. Martin =

of the vicinity I Heavy In Florida trophy presentation to the outstanding Kpiscopal Church F i

Catches include baas weighingten player of the team each year -
Rev A. J. Lively, Rector :
pounds and slightly over with I and introduced Mr. Duff who made
The Carr Settles take great tam- The sale ofr.. S. Savings Bond
I heaviest string limits of the sea the formal presentation to Volney.
ere in announcing:. at this par- in Florida in November amountedto
son being turned in from the lake I Coach Rock Stone was then har Merry ChristmasCHRISTMAS
tleularl joyous Yuletide season, the daily The three leading fishing =.394.3u4 of which U.50&,3U I

arrival. In time for Christmas early I was in Series E and the balance of r
I Johnson's Griffin's and the
Sady morning of Sally Jean in camps t.t\8lH! um '
I in Series F and C. \------r
Sportsman are about tied for the :'AIR r'lo.- .
the household She weighed m at This brings the total sale for the
I
week heaviest recorded fish at ten I R .' '
exactly eight pounds and after afar year to November 30 to $69,159- VM -,-
with
pounds a few ounces throwing I W
worrrtsome and indecisive hours 979 Farther '
the balance in favor of JOIa8SOD' sates to December S t

appears to be in good fighting trim. Early last week. W. L. increased the total to slightly in : t .

Her arrival at this particular excess of ?70.1 million R- = aYfR \
the
Fite fishing in Lucky 23 boat '
time, throws the entire household Florida was allotted $9.5 mil- w i .
out of Johnson's, returned with : ; :f?
late a dither that will make Christ lion of the national sales objectiveof = ; R .
eight bass running an of -
average
mae Of 1947 while not perhaps the $7 billion for 1947 It will be : =. : I :
Stt pounds with E. J. Thurber his
merriest on record certainly the companion bettering the limit seen that we are anon more than ''i ,, )WfIe1Id "! i f:
meet outstanding The poor little $22 million with only 19 reporting -
average by a quarter of a pound to I %
:
tike will never be able to enjoy a days remaining RR .
his string Both these anglers were I
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normal birthday celebration IW: ;
birth-I visiting here from MiamI. Mrs E Florida iianKors Association
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days art Christmas coming so r
.%. Cast of Warsaw Indiana, beat through its President A. A. Mc- .
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together that it will always be one I wI : ; _
\ her husband at his favorite sport. Kethan has appealed to alt mem- I

Wg celebration turning in six of the eleven big bass ber banks to accept a quota equalto E j I'rf1
Father, who sailed blissfully !
2% of their deposits and to t
I on their string on the same day.It i ,
through the birth of his first two w
remained for Floyd Dillow of solicit particularly their customers r
daughters without too great qualms. Muncie, Indiana ftsbiftg from falling into the large investor ; CHRISTMAS :r'i 1-- 'i +{10
take into consideration the
fatted
to I, R
Johnson, to bring in the largest classification who might be large ; .
mark that eight of time
more yean
potential F and G buyers and still WW
fish a 10-pound three-ounce big I ..1 .. _
aad a few different circumstances I _
mouth with a length of :. inches eligible for substantial amounts of ,. 1 "
might leave came very nearly IOta =. If ,1t!
those flerJee ix
from fork to lips, aad a girth of 16 OJ
<< oat like a light and never again Inches, one inch larger around than We feel sure that everyone to extending I I .
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will we laugh at the the big mouth weighing exactly every possible effort to assure Wi :
4eptcting the La-, Wi
nervous expectant ,
Florida im of --
ther the same landed two years ago from spite its weather Wi" C _
j the same boat. Mrs. Dillow fish misfortunes of the past year of

Doe Draagha, who has always ing with her husband, landed a 7- occupying: on December 31, a place I R :.
keen tops on our list of medicos I of respect in the sisterhood of :
pounder the same day. E. C. Pierceof :R ';..-<
here or elsewhere now ia wearing a Carmthersville, Mo, caught 45 states by reason of having borne 1 1:1 WIi It would( be : :; -
tub yard wide for his work Sun- w :-
a Us assigned share of the Treasury'ssales i '
bass in two hours of fishing the ..
dayday morning and his able assistant following day, and released everyone I objective for 1947 And wizen the day ; Ii' difficult, indeed, wV :

Mrs Willingham has oneady not because they were too I Savings Bonds are two-edged A .: .
smaller It took them W to tarn* Meads.porttCTikirtt : ": ,
slightly weapons against inflation became our I. .x: : .
small, but simply because he"doesn't is i :
a eu sId rable length of time and eat 'fOaa" and let them go they take spare money oat of the gone & A ot nirbswTi I ..r :

M little physical effort to persuade so somebody else could catch them consumer market and thereby re- Y .. < *

Sally to face life.in this new world over again. move that mach upward pressure I Our wishes for e We wont YOU to know- ;, ,, '
she hd catered, but once she bad !
Other limit strings going over on prices-and, they give the iC 0
Made the decision has apparently three pounds average included L. Treasury more funds to retire the our friends A how cios w. feel to o& t ';:
decided to make the most of it. i ,:
of the national i
part debt that tends -
B. Harris of Miami Charles Clark of and how L ... _
A you staoanly ..
She haw granted us an Interview of Fort Lauderdale and Brace Kendall to Increase the credit money sup- .

yet so we are unable to say of Hialeah piy i Continue on and on y i we wish tar sacn I. {--

1I-hftMr or not she is pleased with Griffin camp reported a ten Surely there has been no time R w ,- :

the pcop rt.. One of her sisters pound bass turned in on Tuesday, since Savings Bonds were first of- 2 and on/ xA RR of you the cfaotoart: <

has finally decided that well keep among a string running very heavy. fered in 1935 when there has been w R '! '
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her but the other anticipating a The Sportsman camp on Sugar- more need to sell them in peacetime j5 W R blessings of Tulettd. 1A : ;
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baby brother and a little put out land Highway has a long list of big for the good of all of nl.I i I .. -.,-,
at losing the status of baby of the .
catches daring the past week which R I
family is firmly convinced that we V. L Shurtleff owner and operatorof Colney Robbins 2 S 1k

should sad her back as a tradein.t j the camp has been carrying 1)I "
'I w :
Verve always heard that when the| around In his pocket but hasn't'turned Wins FirstFootball f- d- .I i It 't
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third daughter arrives the father is 1 in to the News yet. "| A- -. - -w j

supposed to receive (cigars not pass Generally. fishermen are finding t Trophy

them out That why you haven't I quick and eager response to a John- i The i S J ;!f fv"::
seen around with
us box
a as yet son Spoon. No. S. using a variety I (Clewigton News) -

ot pork rinds from the tiny strIpe The big surprise Introduced: at the i
Because we've enjoyed our personal to the chunks "Old Grandad' i Quarterback Clubs annual banquetat County Judge's i | Dorothy and Harry I .

and business relations with type with green spots was the the Clewiston Inn last Thursday K .:AI:

all of you and because we are Justa favorite at the Johnson Camp. night was the presentation of the Office 5 FosterBOB'S W VR 5

little overbouyant at Sally's arrivaL The stream catches, while run i i i

we wish for you too the biggest R
ning smaller in individual fish are lov-ing I j WI' -

Christmas you have everj I big in number, with A. L. White of J football quarterback for the a = 2 :.:
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known St. Petersburg. Earl Leggett of 1947 < season The cup given this I' - - --- - -
Orlando and Glenn Chin an Amer- I.year for the first time and without **

Our force with the goal in sightof ican-Chinese from Fort flyers leaving -i any preliminary notice, Is engravedwith

getting all three newspaners out the crowd behind. Chin visit- Volney's name and will be

Po' by Wednesday night (even if your leg relatives on a garden-farm near I| placed In the school trophy room.A .
paper ia dated Friday) takes this I I
Fort Myers is tremendously enjoy- miniature cup was given to YolI PLACEWishes T.

opportunity of expressing our appreciation ing learning sport fishing, and ney to remain in his poeeeawion

to those who have been stretched his nylon to the limit with I I Presentation of the cup was made .

early with their news and if any an eight pound bass at Bridge S3 by F. D. Duff treasurer of the You A -

items are. omitted' well try to on highway 80 late Wednesday aft-!I I Quarterback Club as one of the final
catch them '
next week
up
I' items of a splendid program. Vol
M
Friday night of the month, at the ney had been chosen as the outstanding Iie1PyCJL1.jStJqROBERT

\\oman's Club or some other suitable member of the team by a

'I place We vote YES! secret vote of the football squad

: SCHOOL DAZE We were sorry that Billy Brooks and was also named as the player I

could not be with as Dec 19LtnB making the greatest advancement I

Editor _....................... Jimmy ('IklAssociate MaJor and Paul South have 'during the year sad the best example I FARNAM .
driven with Paul's father to Met of outstanding sportsmanship j
Editor ...... Donald FarnaniPorh \

I I" Society ...._................. t.rirnthJojce ropolis. Ill, the metropolis where The. : ;
Paul used live i attendance at the dinner
: CirTs Sports ._.............. Click to I I:was given as Ill, the largest att.n1aftft I ,

Hoy's Sports" ..........._.. Don (lala.dnl Our HR teachers, Mias Coatter at of the -

f'roOJiiOl' ___. ........ Mr. Moje aad Haven Mr for More the, are holidays staying in More I:quets to any date It was annual held in ban-the I i o-I'

: main dining room of the Inn which !
At assembly December 19. with
Manager J. Duke bad ,
tastefully arranged
7TIIM) MTH GJUIH-'o the 7th through 12th grade Joining -
and decorated for the n
occaslon. -
(Jo Anne Couse) In. "White Christmas" was observed .

HR of the 7th and 8th grades met and gifts were brought to the terrace Regular guests dined on FLAMINfiO \

together. Friday morning, December be sent to the orphan's hose in Arcadia H T. Vaighn. president of the ,

f 19, and were served rfresh- A trio. Jessie Ruth Bran- Quarterback
Club presided at tho
t meats by the four HR mothers: nan, Peggy Stalls and Doris Griffith dinner and in his opening remarkshe I

"J\ Mrs. T. L. Williams and Mrs Jim harmonized on "Silent stressed
great need for
'."'- Lee for the 8th, and lira R E. Mr. Merr,ton tried out Nfght.1 ganizatton such as the Quarterback an ori i T :,-
Mrs Cecile Brooks for voices on the loud speaker I -
-, Jordan and I Club in Clewiston. Its so' > DAIRY ,- -
purpose
the 7th After refreshments gilts I fier and tried also to get he I FEED A : I
emphasized was to encourage j :
.-.; were exchanged and Christmas Garcia to test it. bat failed. I 1 1 "
and aid school athletic s and I
'
z;- carols sung. }fr. Morrison recently became an Its help is needed fr a fully round I _

: Among the gifts was a beautiful I Angelito-by* accident Welcome, ed program, the school being unable I Roughage and Concentrated ;
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'
Feeds
of Spring, Mr. Morrison!
"Bloom
:-ft telvet painting to stand the financial burden ;: .
-". a gift to the 7th by their HR mo Betty Jean Headricksoa wfli doa ,atone. Next year it is hoped that Manufactured
wishes to give a pianoiogae, Sidney Laato's "'Bal- in Florida for
there. The 7th there will be an even larger memo Florida Users '
generous tote of thanks to Mrs lad of Trees and the Master," at theDecember bershlpMr FOR 'f : I

Jordan and Mrs. Brooks for this and 28 service at the Meth- Vaughn ben introduced SALE ,, TS AREA AT DElITDn..UISG PLANT D' ..cHooRE ,- '

t ; other favors. We are MIGHTY. odist Church Mr. More, will accompany Josiah Ferris Jr., as toastmaster : HAVEN I

L lucky! .: her. and in his opening remarks he said WOBURN
Mri.."Jordan and Mrs Brooks :*Happy New Year to aU. trim the that for a couple of weeks he had i, CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) fiM00RE -

have BBgiested' that the 7th hm a i ightfc' and seventh grades; Moore had a "Walter Winehell" digging .I' IU VEX) FLORIDA i

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-- GL.\DES CYOL"\TT DDIOCT..n PACE Fl9
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, t DGOOOCO'D OOOCOOC ., E3m
I -I at the raivenfty e< Florida art are the treasures I bring tar beafci k _

tpendiag... Christmas hoHdsyj is wealth, to aB msnkiad.I (CTewisum News)

J PERSONAL *1tk their ,pcrvct Mr sad Mrs. am HaH lesa. I radiate g cod I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham, Sr.
11 and SOCIETY Ii O Charles Close at Lakq ert., cheer aad symboUce the spirit urge. { Jacksonville. Florida, are today-

giving1 go hand in hand wit!>announcing the betrothal of their-
t t Mr sad Urs. GeM Stmams of unselfish service daughter, Ftoree EHzabeth, to
( -- : Orlando are arriving today t W ed- Chafe*? fingers foadle me, feaiftsgers 'Charles Cteatoa Heath son of Mrs.
4UUU'GCQU'UDlUC"" tGIDCC ;'-c..c CCCCC' .aa ..d.f, to spend the Christmas caress me. rosy fates a&l George M. Heath sad the late Mix

W. o. Whittle fe prig the Mrs! Cerfie Brooks and holidays with Mr. and Mrs H. C. wan ta.klme for a smile of weseemcdefight. Heath of Fan Meade, Ftorida.
t I holidays at his kasn fat Qaiscy.XT I and Mrs. K. J. BaHlardner Bflly Mr/K-m.n. ),fr. Keenan and D. A. and I am an aeasmpaai- i' Miss Graaaa grad sated bona

Karen are lesriag today for West aM Pratt drove to Ortoad for ..... neat and a token e( the sjrtt of :I OevteUA His S kel fia tM elasajof :k

and mars J. A. Let were 18 Paa Beach to ..ead tie : the CIeU NL 19 4.. Store few gradvattsn she
Miami ell ppiac Taeaday.Mr holidays.George Mr. and Mn Ray PartrWae sad 1 am the Christmas Oraage. |has bees eaiptored m tM TeggerySop. -.
I daagktor of Reek I...... m. sad | where sIIeI5.. asaiat !
Starfis. who M
an* 11'--: : JIM workia Wai. Partridge of Kewaaee, 1U. arrived I
wn iii ia Harriaharg Pa., arrive J I bayer She is a member at Moore
i West Pala Beack Maama?. day to spend Ute holiday lace with Maaday to sped tile holidays Merry Christmas i Haves Chapter ll', Order ot theEastern ,
Mra. Stargis with the Mafia and Wayatu faaiBes. I! Star.

A. C. Dowd spit. &etW.eI.,. Ray Partridge is a brother i 1 ii
and Wai Partrtds the father of
Jut week ill Trap Dr. !
i
ant Mrs T. W. .
Weeks aad Mn
. Wayaua aid Mrs. Heftta.
cIdIIRa of Fen Myettf spent tMwreek1M ;
MM Jo An Harvcil t
te aprs.iVg bore
1F1tJt kk parents
the holidays wttk retetferas Ie Ctea. Mr. sad Mrs. T. W. ...... D.1tlilITElt BORN r

:;4 Miss Carolyn+ -Bryaatlan Taeadaj Mr ash Mz H C. S.ao and ]h. aad Mrs. buT Settle an- >I 4 r rt t
senses the birth of.
: daughter
Bight to spend the Malay fa .u.f family of Oeala
f lafitaMr. are simadliii the Sally Jean, at the i.ome of Mrs J ,
t holidays with their daackser sad s. WUHagkaia Saaday morning
sister. Ma..1. 4. Lee aid family !, ':
i and Mrs. V_ Cochraner axe
>MHJJK MJTTLBMLLTIV "L.S
{r awl children will spay Cbristataswith Mr aid Mrs. A. G. Matokiasoa
[ relatives iaMr ....... aM cUkirea left is 111U1
t to speed tile Tuesday morning A .
Cknma holidays with
! and Mrs. Wee Braver and! relatives Ie West ... .... The regain meeting of the Mollie I --i -
: ehiMrea will spead ChrtofcBM willrelatives Settle Class was held at the home' I.
of Mrs W. S. Boxeataa last Wednesday I
in PartMr lteifaca,.
Mr. ant Mrs. Ralph t. sod sad eveaiag % I.t
Diane sad Mr sad Man Hack
and Mn.SaneoU Asdp Maacks 01 Greene are sveadJac Ckifataus wttk Mrs E. P. Ewing presided at the ,

are ........ the betiiays relatives ia Port JIye tea meeting and also gave the j
wftk friends devotional oa the Christmas these I EVERYBODYWE
Instead of the asaal gift exchange t
Mr. sad Mrs. J. D Clark of
i Mis. Myrtle Hermit fc ipa.ia. Lake Wales arrived Tceaday sight gifts were brought for tile childrenat
die Methodist ChiMreae HoaieMn i
the Chriauaas hoisdar at her hate to spend the koHdays with her j
moths C ARE THE WORLD'SMOST
Boseaua sad Mn D. C.
is MeKcaue I
Tea.IIn. Mrs Gladys Stalk
Mitchell served refreshments to Mr i INVENTIVE !RACE.
Lad Mrs. 1. W. Adkins Mr and
John B Dowd, Sr, and Mm Carolya Bryaat, Miss Martha AND TIT WE HAVENT
Miss Mrs. E P. Ewiag )(r. and Mrs.
Martha Dowd were IIiIoppiq Dowd and Miss Irene
Scott FOND A NEW WAY OF
1 Stanley Wayataa, )fr. sad Mra. J.
la Fort Myers Saturday.Mr were skoBpiac ia Wear Faiai
Beach 1 fteflia Mrs. Gladys Stalls Mn O. SAYING "MERRT CHRIST
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to e
E. J. Mrs.
Miaelle Mrs W. DUfey.
and Mrs. George Stara left MAS." MAnE ITS JUST AS
Cardiac Bales aid Rev Boseataa.
this meraiag for Miami to spent N.. and Mrs. J. W. Adkias were joys of *e SeasonGOOD WELL

lemmas day wttk relatives caBed to at Petarakwcc Taeaday by '. RiP TIsT MIs..IOX.'nY I
tile serioas fllaass o ff Mr. Awktas' I to r IN ANY EVENT WE CAN
you
Mr sad .... H. Edward+ of iseether. O(1L"IEl_' MO\D\\ i I PHRASE NO BETTER MESSAGE -

GateesviUe are rotting law mother,
lie Baptist Womaa's Missionary I HEALTH FOR ThiS JOYOUS
Mrs Sweet Peebles over Ute koliays. Me, tai Mrs B. J. Bowyer and
Society tuft Monday night at the SEASON THAN THAT ANCIENT
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of Claytoa Ga., are speadlac GOOD CHEER
home of Mn M A Summers for I
the holidays with Mrs Bowyerl WISH.
Mr and Mrs. Go" FaHHaa of anther, Mrs. Florence H Ryan tie Royal Service pragmaa and I
Ka.les wffl arrive today to spend interesting program oa die I a

the holidays witk ker fef.... Mrs Claade Cox. who ia attending topic. "Star of Service was iackarge I MERRYCHRISTMAS
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of Mn Join Moore
J. C. SwMafl.Fraacis StataM UarrersMy ia DeLaad. armed
The hostess served Jelto. whipped
Friday to speed tile holidays
and fruit pinch te Mr. sad
cream
Mil>ir aad aw cad Mrs silk kit ........ Mr and Mrs. J. Mrs. Mack Greene Rev ad Mrs.

Kate Mills, of Yaapa, are aaeadiag B. Cox at Ortoaa. Join Moore. Mr. and Urs W. L.

the holidays with Mr. and Mrs RX. Wetkertactoa. Mn W. L. CARR

Jordaa. Fraacto Smith has __eta biB Mn Fred Jeakias Mrs. W.BeUaIBJ"1

hitch ia the r S. fast sad retar ned M... A. O. Howdeekea. FRED

Mia* Phyllis Etherton was scbedaled hone the first 01 tile week to Elherton Mrs. George Stargis, Davis
to arrive home today i Wednesday visit his eating Mn. J. R. Jean Moore and Mrs J. C. SwlndaR Grocery SONNY

i from Athens Ga.. where she Is Beaaley I
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attt'ndmg I"nersitof Georgia to JOHNIn
spend !tVu> holidays with her grand. Mr. and Mrs. Wai. M Adkins of

moth : M'a H Etherton. "ero Beech are arriving today to 11 I
spend Ge holidays with his par- Too Late To Classify

nts. )lr. sad Mrs J. W Adkins and

her mother Mn Gladys Stalls. K.Y II III
RUSSELL
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he I'aiTeratty of Florida la Gainesville -
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i arrived last Friday to spend Tears ago when I was editor and
0 's he holidays with his pareats Mr : general manager of the Florida

j and Mrs, J. Tif;. AdHias Grower M. ume. I bad a friendly
R : competitor IB Flask Kay Anderson.

Mr. and Mrs D A. Pratt ot Portland who was then editor of the Citrus

lad. arrived last Tkanday Industry Magasiae i
to spend the winter with their soan I Fraak, now deceased. truly loved
: -law and ,"'-. Mr. aad Mrs i nortda. Long identified with activMes -

H. C. K..... I M connection with the citric
j jj he never let an oppor- :
j Harold Caaoa a .....t at Florida 1"'I'f. to say or trite a rood {

ITr. ,, falvewity ia Ostanvifle is word for Florida dtras Like the |
.t' r spending the OiriMaws holidays writer. he was opposed to the shipmeet -

'?1WtIULETflDEGREE I with his pareatc Mr. and Mrs Tom of green! trait and pointed
Ij Casoa. I I oat ta his lIMe writings that when

j ripe ao cures trait in the world

Mrs O. N. staM two Chit coaM toack FtorMa's product .

I dreg of Kansas City. Me, arrived Not long ago I received a letter !
Sunday G> haul a eeaato of weeps treat Mn Aadenoa SIte said she

with Iter...... Me. tai Mrs. had keen gotag t b raP some old

Jolla Halt sad sister, Mrs. T. F. files and ran across a manuscript ,
SheridaaMr ke original copy of Fraak Kay \n-
WE T YOU ; dersoa's tribute to "The Christmas This Joyous Season

sad Mrs. D. C. Garner of OruP" which had bees featured
Baaek vtattms here Citrus indastry Magazine tn1SJS : '
West Pate were ia I of Christmas
AT GHPSTffiAS; j Tuesday Miss Waada Voder retvraed whoa he was its editor i

} with them far a ese le of Her tkomgat was that it might i!'

I days. bear repahtfehlag at this time aad. : .
we want to renew all our old
Chriatssas close it 1 jhand.
And trust s with another so ,
t Miss Heft! Bitamia retaned I cottcar aid Bad it very)I
!. home Saa_ baai Pwaaaaans.. gratifying to UTe the frtvOefe e
to offer you Cheerevery C where sir fc a atateat at War- it la this eolaata sad i:
Tea WBsoa CeBstn. to spend the at Ute sssse time pay trtbate to itsdeceased ,I feel your importance to us, and to

1,holidays wttk bat eereata Mr and anther who was one of !
day : realize that without
: Mrs H 1. ..-.- my calmest fiieadi. you the story
Here It Frank' editorial. just as
of the year. Mkw Pemtkr Skipper arrrwdSatarday lie wrote it. would have been quite different

1. to saead the holidays with THE niRl'.TVI*'. ORANGE >
i her aratker, Mra. taa rs Skipper. By J i A very Merry Christmas to all

1- ,idles afttafer la a rtadeat! at War- Fraak Say Aadenoa -,""
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I'rea-Wiava. CoH *e la SwaaaaaoaK. I am the gU of the naskiae of you, friendly people of this

C. die nectar of the flowers the irons 1 t. I
of the tropic twttight when dusky community!

Mia Margaret Tan De veils ar-. ..lIt1all slips silently upon a stilled > -

I rtred home Satarday treat CollwCa and traplSt.rId.. i '

.. waer abe is a student at I am a gleam etches? to brighten -
fah Georgia Collece and ic spend ; the mark ot gray sky a pledge
!1 iBg the koHdays with her jaenlMr <= of warmth and ice to dull the .

Tim Mrs Jae Van De t elde. aasl ,. ot a chin wtad that flatters : :
I .....,IsaTis avtaMa. a light of T' '!'-- -

!; )lr. and Mrs U F Diets of -I yammer tFEa ast siowflateebat'rYtng I"t
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Mr. and Mrs. John Washiartaa. D. C.. arrived Friday put his wladow pane .

: night to spend the Christmas holiday I am the takes cf lore sad red ,:

Dowd, Jr. with Mrs Diet parents Dr. la. aher&Bre. a jolly 1MI lge ta tblll'hBaer"i ARCADE SUNDRY STORE

and Mrs. D. X Draacbo Enrootskere ( io-kial., a cherished '

they stepped to College. Ga.. gift from Santa Claaai R. D. Lundy f' z

and Vr&vgkt borne Miss Mary Aaa I i I.. Heattk VHkha a e is that 4aL
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DrsviTGa a $aeat at Boat Geori which wrings rotor to 'h* fb" k. ''

; .. "" -. i I cia Coller for the koHda": gives test to the appetite and bids

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nomEToucan 459E< Flattery like perfume

should be smelled but not

swallowed.

, p ppRT PIN t There's a lot of talk about

raisin the standard of Irving.
WASHINGTON Er r But we dcn't seem to set it

any higher than half mast.

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Those who jump to conclusions -
Vicious Circle Released by WNU FeaOtres.Probes .

"XIO, I don't believe I want it a Out' invariably jump too far.

1> at that price." Just 'Fade Definition of middle are:

Thousands of you folks in the '"PO A THE starting of congressional I That period in life when you'ddo
the countryare investigations there seems to be i anything to feel better except -
Home Towns of
in the no end. To the production of results giving up what's hurting
giving that answer of these investigations there seems
yon.
retail stores oftener and oftener as .#4 to be co beginning.

the spiral of prices rises and con- I We were told in sensational headlines A man's mind is like a

sumer resistance grows. 4 I I of the evidences of graft in the woman's face not much
The result is that while dollar vol- construction workon good to him till it's made up.

ume of retail sales is up from 5 to 10 the international

per cent above a year ago, actual :c highway through ----

quantity unit sales have dropped c Central America. Classified

from 5 to 15 per cent in the same With a blast of j DepartmentBUSINESS

period. & 't trumpets a congres-
And the administration and con- s sional committee & INVEST. OPPOR._

gressional leadership in Washington announced, and MASiCFACTCRE\ and Sell to Restaurant.
fiddles and faddles and chants ins S 9 .t in > Stores. Bars. Adjustable Floor ATS. Details -
held, hearings j and plans SI 00. O. 1'. WAX. *U Hie.
Los Angeles. Aside lit, St.. Bate Ba... .. La.
IS THAT
from providing OPFRATE PROFITABLE MAIL ORDER
A11 T1+B Brat,Ess. Splendid opportunity. ds,
sensational headlines nothing ;
tome tail! write- t. 1. WHItMORE. 'HW:Ma.
I happened. No malefactor was haled .la at ..L Pert B.r... Miehtaaa.TOCRIST .
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before the bar of justice by the at- COVRT
I orney general. No suits were filed. I T AM eoUaces. 2 sad 1 bedroom sad bath
fijnrt.. electricity and aa. On be .MM
For a day members of the committee Ft. Myers Beach. ab'private barb by 1W
talked loud got themselves deep to mla bway. Grow last year approximately
SO.OOO. Prtee S9.000. part,
quoted in the newspapers-and that balance on morMace.Fi.NE.HAX.
LAND CO.
was alL Niaal .
11erli.!
I There was a hue and cry
PAY ER8 kf l 3 ?h t ti about an alien German who was __ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
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-I S23.50 F. O. B. Mian
friendly army officer to ROf AL SALES SALVAGE CO.
unison that the only answer is install radar equipment in Ha- 10* N. W. w Si. .....,. Florida.nELPJFANTEDMEM .
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hand the
production. On the other
waii. The installation was not
labor and farm leadership sing the
completed within or near the
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old of higher for work
song wages stipulated period and the sur- REAL ESTATE alt.xs.EaWanted
and higher prices for produce.We ail over state. We chare gratis
w- prise attack on Pearl Harbor Details. REAL ESTATE SCHOOL. Rt. U
have the highest production >ra r. 'N was the presumable result. BexA.. West PaI 'Dea.b. Fla.

the highest and the
wages
Again the same radio commentator -
highest farm prices in the na LIVESTOCKFATTEN
reported what he said
tion's history. So it would seem
BOOS FASTER by sttmalaUactbeir
the facts and
were they were
to be apparent to the most ob- appetites with Dr. LrCear's Hoc Pre
not disputed. scription. Also *' deal tunic for croud
tuse mind that more of the sameis CORN KING . Walter J. Harpel 45, of Shannondale Ind., crowned sows and PI(" Has helped. Increase profits
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Another congressional for ouHiotJ of boc .rs. Satis
to certain investigat-I "
not the answer 1947 Corn King of North America is shown with the 10-year exhibit of
spirals in prices, inflationand log committee promised to find out ELF RVCREAtK MILK PROVCCTIO
more Indiana certified yellow dent hybrid 844-D corn that won him the grand
who if ol niikers by sanutUtfM: sluactah
the The skimpy
any were culprits.
subsequent depression. championship at the International Livestock Exposition in Chiuro.Darpel's appetites.-th Dr. LeGcar's Co. Presertptoeo -
Certainly high production and ommittee members had an enjoy. la Nest Iced. A cow tome _.......
recipe for growing top-flight corn is "good soil management b p- ..---
able trip to Hawaii but the public
high wages are' desirous. But to- that builds up the soil's organic matter supply, good seed, plenty of -
and have been jot only smoke, sensational new
day's prices wsges fertilizer and hard work. MISCELLANEOUS
accomplished by artificial monopo caper headlines and no results. _
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listic methods by both industry and POLITICAL COVERING UP? LISTINGS ANTEDWE

labor. The only tenable excuse for Such were but two of many congressional for good HAVE clean a MtkKVwVJ recent boat clMaUU S"-1W looktor power

high profits is high production at I investigations that have and sail. Write or phoneFRANCLs DEARS

small profit per unit of sales. The been started and never completed. seat B........
IIM E. tit Otas Bled. Ph. tt?.-
only tenable excuse for high wagesIs A third concerned the Canol oil project FORT LAfDERDALE. FLORIDA.

high output per man. We have in Canada, which involved the ..
EXF.; ROLL, re,. *r Jumbo stee. JOe
neither in the present setup of industry lame army officer and the sam/ tottp rants. 35c: 4 x e ealarieine.it Sc.

and labor nor in subsidized alien German who were implicated .ROCKT Eta ale MTN.. Coioraa PHOTOS.* .,ria.a.s.. Colorsda.0147W.
farm prices. [ In the radar contract in Hawaii. But

Unless congress and business, again nothing has happened.Is PERSONALFACIAL

labor and agriculture can quit there a partisan political PLASTIC CRGEMT.- o. .:
Also now'. eyes, ears, scars. IK S. E. ***
blaming each other and get together reason for the hush-hush? Are .... MiaaU. Fla. Dr. De4.r.r.
and forget greed and intolerance those congressional committees --- -
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for common cense, It afraid either to convict or acquit I
doesn't take a fortune teller to :: : :i- those charged with graft or treasonable I Buy U. S. Savings Bond!

predict what will happen. Joe actions? Would the evidence I
Stalin is waiting for it. I
discredit past administration
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or would it reflect credit I
/. Frederick RUbtrJso, offititl fo-orJi on those in authority when these I'I t 1 f 1 | WHAT MAKES
tutor of;M/ornM/toi for rte bout of rtfttltnUtivtt things happened? YOUKtYUWATEKT

bet mid comparison N/ The American people-the American I t
fommniism sad fascism for utt of tongrtit -
The only ar>#rrr IK' il tbtt im tornmonism taxpayers whose money has 2 Antatrt drops of Congutum Prastro! None of far Drops duo in each
paid for these tremendous
mo right of prirttt proptrlj tx- expenditures I oostrU SM wmtery flow, aoifie and
itt$. Rultri of tbt a ft.Ukt u'bfltt tr tbtytftnt. -are entitled to an answer, ref I -- You feet relief, breatberiirht -
In fascism tbt teuton our tbiovntrk gardless. If someone is guilty we away. CPENETRD-- in 3 g urrn.a rise.NOSE..
Right of prifttl property axis want that someone to pay for his
u *n impUmtHt of the Ott. In M abet guilt, regardless of who it may be. ORPs 0

instfncti fommnniim tmj fascism mrtUtntitfL WORLD CAPITAL- CITY OF GLASS . Glass will be the main or of what party. If someone is not ----

I This bob column.r. tqiuUy t 4U evil'01..4 sad tbiltonntry outfrtqnenllf motif of the projected United Nations buildings in New York shown guilty, we want to know it.

I board fight ganst froutb offitbtr. here in a modeL Most startling innovation is the use of double-paned I We are fed up with smokescreens

Monopoly it f victim. glass sheets which provide for about a foot of space between inner and with sensational headlines IF YOU WERE A WAVE,

. outer windows so that solar heat can be isolated making it simpleto I that only indicate fire. Such: things

Threat to Farm Vote keep buildings f col in summer. Coolness will be a vital prerequisite are undermining the confidence in WAC, MARINE or SPAR

of any building housing some of the hot U. N. debates. our American form of government.
I Hearings by the house ways and e e Find out what
v l means committee on the question
: Practical Administrators
r of taxing patronage refunds of farm ..
f and other cooperatives have ended rTrr Since close of the war we have Nursing

i and the matter is squarely up to 7F e a Si9Ct > ; tad some horrifying glimpses of offers etS..d.wsio.l

i congress. Your Home Town Reporter . I reckless and wanton )!waste in the you
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I er is convinced cooperatives offer .- name of national defense': We now
; no threat to the American way of ''' I are going to provide billions of dollars
I 's life for they are thoroughly demo- 15 to 20 such billions, for the Icsduc.R. It'

1 cratic. Whether they hurt other purpose of rehabilitating Europe; to -- appwrwhieJ "WI yw to
I nations ....,ae1e, p.Uie koshk....
small business is another question. again put the of that conti-
S nent on their feet as producers. Con -jomr aflowaaee sale the C.L BiD
1 I gress or the President, or both will .t BikU oAeai ewe, yo., emxire
a.ralag sear.ale '".
I' 1 The office of small business of provide an organization man or
the department of commerce a group-to administer the money fa Isfer..ta. l

which at one time gave evidence r the AIr erican taxpayers provide. SI the 'pi&aI 'MH' ,.. =j jWNU14
w.ddlik.eat.easina4 :
of being helpful to small business Those taxpayers are demanding the

men, has labored mightily and best brains the nation can musterfor I -= j
brought forth a mouse In a new StAb a purpose. They want men -- -

I booklet entitled "The Small Businessman s'z< possessed of the know-how of production 5247KTdneyMu"st ::1i
and His Bank. It says ; men who have demon-

in effect that if you are a good strated that know-how. They will

moral risk and have adequate radically disapprove the ro ning of

collateral you can get a loan from +.. yen:. men for such a job because of their i I I
your bank. Or did you already political acumen or in payment of a
political debt America has men
know that?
For Teat To Feel Well
who do .
can that job with the great.
est possible chance of doing it sue.ecssfufy. week Si ho aevor sis .every.day.. the t kidasys tar every ttter

Lewis H. Brown, chair. waste Bauer teem the blood
I Added Coverage tyeeded U BMCO sinnls wn swan W how the
., man of the board of Johns-Manville. ..-
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I Forty cents an hour for a 40-hour rk T is typical of those in whom the taxpayers =-.t-sods sad= wist*

week is the present minimum wage. would have confidence. Such withoe attar*that h .-:1L Is than the wo Wood Uhe

The senate of the last congress men have the know-how of production hettar adorsuadwf of way the
the figure to 65 cents. The whole mud i Is iport _hos kill..,..laB
upped of commodities; they know the I. (.,.tins t .p.d,. ;
house took no action. It will come needs essential to distribution. They Beraait.scaaty or toe Mpat.tasM t

,;:: up again in the next session But $ know the bottlenecks that must be t Is
unless coverage is extended nobody [ overcome if European nations are daeata. dininaah rhenaada
pel'" tettM at.,.hu. ellia .
raise. Twenty million out JIll &
will get a to work together successfully. They Why sot try 0I'ilMT Tea wffl _,
of 60 million employed are now covered rkI uK have practical, not merely theoreti bass o ....1cIae ussaiBiasitd theaoastrr ,
Doea stlaniste the faae-
t but these already are get- cal, information to back their dec lies of the over.kidneys sad sola the. to

- tinS more than the new figure of 65 REMEMBER TOM MIX? . Dedication of a marker to Tom Mix, J Ona. With men of such a type ti I .wash.....oat They aolaaeoiai mauls sattrlat waste from--the-. -

t cents except about a million In famed movie cowboy idol, drew crowds including these three buckaroos see that America's billions are ex I Cot Oosafs tsday. Cos withDOANSPlLLS........ ,
tobacco, lumber and textiles. So, pended in an effective those At"o wc__
way
) to the spot along the Florence-Tucson highway in Arizona
unless coverage is extended to some where Mix was killed in an ute accident seven yean ago. The seven- billions may accomplish the pur

t of those 49 million not now covered, foot marker of malpal stone is topped by a sUteaettt of Tony the pose for which American taxpayer J

a higher minimum wage would be Star's wonder horse, and eoaUias a 'nme pia.... are contributing them.! Politics car
f tae eetive for about 95 per cent of I have no place in such a picture. i

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Senate Ratifies Zonal I
Defense Pact; I NO MAN can possibly im-

prove in any company for f
Administration } which he has not respect
Offers
Inflation Bill; enough to be under some de-

of restraint Chesterfield.
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French Labor Crisis Conies to End ',I . .
I Th. worn mtsforlnt, tint f*. ,
b.p_ Ie .n erdtmrj mm u t* j
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.Beleued by WKU Features. 1
I f h",', as ,JdrJ4.y.lHr..
fEDITOB NOTE: wie .'l>tnt arc ei rras.a tm U... .... S s s )i
.'. .... s lky u. '
i w.at.r. )c..saNr Lmi. aaaiyais ass ,H eetii rttT at UO v=,1 II A lean compromise is better i

iE i [HEMISPHERE CRISIS ENDED: f y ti. I than a fat lawsuit.. .

E France Wins F Make yourself an hcaest

; Defense Treaty OK'd man, and then you may be sore
France, as nearly as could be
ascertained that there is one less rascal in
Sen. Arthur Vanden- in these times of mercurial the world.-Carlyle.
t This is, as i.
events
apparently had broken . .
I berg (Rep, Mich.) told his fellow the threat of
immediate economic
: senators "a significant moment to : A good heart is better than aB
{ disaster and was making ready to s the heads in the world.
demonstrate the solidarity of this stage a comeback t- s
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be-nispbere Major focal point of the crisis- i

And with the knowledge cf that the Communist strikes of more o _.- ,.. .;. .-. .'",- '- "'--" .' _. .. 1
certain fact uppermost in their than a million French workershadbeen Shop Handles Dinosaur
finds members of the U. S. senate 'dissolved From the Swiss Alps to the Sahara desert, the world will be looking ,

i yc.ted 72 to 1 to ratify the inter- Schuman. by Premier Robert 1 I I forward to a happier more complete, and friendlier New Tear. I ia Footprints at $12 to $70
j
American defense treaty agreed toby I
s The
21 American republics at the Rio Communist controlled general '
1
confederation of labor (CGT) j One of the world's most unusual
I. conference The hemispheric last summer.agreement for had yielded to Schuman's ultima- j!1.I1/orma61y 11JarteJ shops is Nash's Dinosaur Traek
turn and ordered nearly a million 1tJ Establishment in South Hadfey;
r rrutual defense of nations in the .
workers still on strike to return to Massachusetts which handles
embodies three Car Calls
Arrer cas main their jobs. The action climaxed a o [ JJoJa'J only the footprints of these extinct

points: : spreading back-to-work movementon Ih i'fA.. reptiles for individual who purchase
In case of armed attack from ,q 7 A gala occasion in the lives of the
1 the part of the workers themselves .. them for decorating wfefts,
outside the hemisphere, all na- American belles was New Year's terraces fireplace etc. Started

*.r-j have the automatic right to With its strike front disintegratedby : I Day of former years. Each expectedher in 1939, the store carries 15 typesof
the attack with force. ,; \
meet military
new stringent laws Communist men friends to accept her hospitality dinosaur tracks wbicb rage
2 If attack occurs inside the leadership accepted Schaman's "fi ( on New Year's Day On that m length from 1 to S nche! add

hemisphere: American nations nal" offer- a $1290 bonus living r.r: 1 I day barriers were lowered a bit and in price from $12 to $7*.
ray go voluntarily to the aid of the allowance for all workers who returned the strict social form was relaxed
T:cum, with consultations to follow. -== ,
immediately ", - j to the extent that the men did not
If attacks occur both inside the !
f need special invitations or formal
3. and outside the While it might be too early to pre- !{ -- I
hemisphere security dict with introductions, and the young ladies Beware Coughs
: region immediate consulta- certainty, it appeared as
though the breaking of the nationwide i

tens WIll be called. strike marked the end of the THE New Year, the tarn? of J' I from ceases cords
rtually unanimous approval ofire
direct another page in the book of our
Communist menace to the _
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treaty by the senate was a good .
French government At least it wasa lives. Before us appears a new cean I That Hang On
re,( at.->n tat! congress was fully white slab of snow'whte rI'
paga
serious setback for the Reds. i
n .:e ',f te cardinal principle off marble, whereon we must record 4\ : fl I Crecmm1s1an reIirves promptly be**
Ii.- csu1 *e,gn rclauons: that Supporting the theory that Com the events of the I eaose it goe right to the seat of the
coming year as I ,.., i iI
munist power in France is on the trouble to help loosen and expel
tney apply to us. to our country andto gum laden phlegm, and aid nature
wane was the fact that on the same I 4
the world What shall we record I : to soothe and heal raw, tender, ta-
I day the strikers agreed to return to I could talk and act tamed bronchial
thereon As Longfellow said: Life more ipenly more : raucous men
work the Soviet Union broke off natural than ) tonnes.Ten your druggist to sell yon
is real life is earnest. Let us then 3 I )rma c ':as.ons.
II trade talks with France aimed at I a bottle of Creomulsian with the en-
.. ... bringing sorely needed grain into be up and doing with a heart for Fond inu-rn-as tc: d their unwed standing you mast lire tie way: it
I any fate: still achieving still pursuing daughters that among so many i i qsJckiy cJays the cough or you are
the country from Russia. The Russians -
learn to labor and to walt." charming and eligible young men j i to ha.e your money tact.
also threatened to terminatethe '
they surely must find one on whom .
On the CREOMULSIONfor
1944 Franco-Russian alliance. new page we might placeour
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they could bestow their affections.
This was taken to mean that.the We first entry: 'Smile, save, sen e." It must be noted, however, that j I! Coughs,Chert Colds,Brondutjj
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can thankful for another
Russians do not intend to do any- the young ladies had to be fast work. { -
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thing to aid France if the Commu- ers. No matter how informal these
ful for this day for its failures
nist party there has no chance of Il\ew Year's Day calls were. it was |
....... which we must acknowledge as les-
in its efforts to take the
ia. success over
e ; a gross breach of propriety for a
! .. sons. We must check our faults and I i
government.On i man to than 10
I I young stay more
f the other side of the political failures. We must scatter seeds of i minutes. You11 have
smiles and I>
service
ft balance Schuman's achievement in so that they may
t commitments abroad are worse breaking the strike was believed tc grow to maturity, so that the reap- to thatto'ajuryj
, than useless unless the nation forms I have postponed, perhaps for months ing win not be shame and sorrow: pwve

l strong and lasting alliances to sup the return to power of Gen. Charles We will smile save and serve I

1 port those commitments The hemispheric DeGaulle and his extreme rightist

, treaty had in it the makings party. Rally of the French People.
: of a good foreign policy.
t Meanwhile President Truman HONORED GLORY: I r DAY'S MIXUPThe I

f cad some thoughts on how inter- I Unknown Soldier
: Ar-encan defense could be advanced -
I from theory to the realm Within the span of a few years a whole world celebrates J''owYear's I

, of actuality He proposed to congress new monument will be erected next Day but not always on the

i that the Panama canal be to the Unknown Soldier memorial in same date

1 converted into a sea-level water- Arlington national cemetery. The biggest mixup occurr d from

way (see map), and that a unified On it will be inscribed words with 1552 to 1772 when Europe a.:d England

:orr-nand be established in the At- an import similar to those appear observed the New Year (a the I

.. antiC area with Adm. H. P. Blandyin ing on the older monument: "Here same' day but at different tunes' In IW YEAR'S JOYThe +
[ authority over army, navy and rests in honored glory an American I 1552, Pope Gregory III eliminated
air forces from Iceland and Green- soldier, known but to God." 10 days from the Julian calendar
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lard to the Caribbean. It will be' the tomb of the Un- previously in use because it was 11 I theme of New Year's Day always
curates longer each than the has been of I !
known Soldier of World War U year one joy Regardless -
CHALLENGE: astronomical year. England did not of the country or the people,
The army already is making plans adopt the new Gregorian calendar or of the date on which it was celebrated I- -5 5J

Accepted for selection of an unidentified bodyto until 1772, however, thus observingthe joy marked the spirit in

Republican leaders had issued a be placed there. The ceremony same holiday at a later day. which it was observed.

direct challenge to the administration probably will be similar the Unknown to that Sol-followed When translated into the Gregorian New Year's Day of the Moham J 5Ii

to offer a bill incorporating m selecting calendar, the Jewish New medans is given as October 17; of
President Truman's ration-and-con- dier of World War LIt Year's vanes from September 6 to the Hebrews as September, and of s

trol recommendations for combating is likely that it will involve the October 4. The :Mohammedans not ; the Chinese as early February.

inflation, and the measure which selection of the remains of one unknown only celebrate at a different date .i The ancient Egyptians. Phoeni.
the administration finally proposed soldier from those of nine but their calendar is dated" almost clans and Persians began their year I

was neither more nor less than any- unidentified men who Ml in combat I 600 years behind the Gregorian at the autumnal equinox, September -
one had expected. in the nine major combat areas. i since it begins with the Prophet's I 21. and the Greeks until the

Handed to the senate judiciary Selection of the Unknown Soldier \ flight from Mecca in A D. 622. fifth century B. C. a* the winter solstice a'

committee by Averell Harriman still is a Song way off, however It i 1 December %1. In 432 B. C. the r5P /iA

secretary of commerce the specific will not be done until the program latter altered the New Year's Day }

kill called for expansive powers to for returning 250,000 World War H : 1 to June %1. t
ration food gasoline, steel and other dead from overseas is completed ra HB ?f flUYEBIl j The ancient Romans celebrated 1l r(J3

scarce commodities. about three years. I -==== ( December 21, but this was altered

Theoretically it was a bill to allocate II ____ 8 1 to January 1 by Caesar in adopting
materials to essential users, '= the Julian calendar.
=0.
I You bet you can say it....You'rem
control business inventories and Headliners j March 25 was the date observed
r American . and the Amer-
cortmue export controls; but admmistraton among most Christian peoples in
can Bill of Rights guarantees
spokesmen admitted that
the allocation powers provided for I England the right of trial by jury But..

would authorize the government to I New Year's Day until it waschanged Freedom doesat work unless yo*

unpose consumer rationing andeven to January 1 at the Nor- work at it. . Vote, serve on

to buy up entire grain crops if I man conquest but later it was juries, be active n eoannnartyffam

it saw the necessity for such action. changed to March 25 and so re- know what's gong om

And through the welter of the ad- mained until the English adopted aDd do something about it
rm stration-Republican melee over a I the Gregorian calendar

what to do and how to do it there r wS --

came at least two charges of "so-

cialization from top U S. businessmen ir s ?r 7m44'a

leveled at the government's ._$ /
avowed program. IN ST. LOUIS . Kathleen Louise -

J O. McChntock, president of the Timmennann (above), six months I 14

Ch: -ago board of trade said: old. an advertising model earning AT THE beginning of each New y
Mr, Harrunan statement that $5 an hour gurgled happily when I!1 Year two pathways open. One

the entire grain crops of the U S. she received her social security slants downward slow deterioration 7I//uJSu/feA?
show:i be purchased to effect more I card good for the out 65 years. clouding and finally blotting out all ;
even distribution certainly would be 'IN SEATTLE . Police rushed mental excellence. spiritual appre- "1 am done with the years that were ru flash um in run M

regarded by the producers of America I headlong to the rescue of a woman ciation and even physical strength. I am quits RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMRACB
as another step toward the so- who had called them frantically to The other leads to the finer things I am done with the dead and the
cw.z.ion of agriculture and from I announce that her life was in danger of existence. ascending gradually;: tolofty oH, I f4Lf

that! point of view obviously be coopered I were told when they arrived at heights of mind and spirit. At They are mines worVed out. I MCNEILS

by the farmers as discrimination the scene that her boy friend had the entrance Life stands with cheery delved in their pits, MAGIC

against their freedom of enterprise i threatened to kill her" by "smother- greeting and forward impetus for I have saved the grams of gold.

which they always have ing her with kisses. an who heed. Choose wen your way! Now I turn to the future for wine REMEDY
cherished." IN WL''DSOR.'T. . An inmate He who lives fully m the year at and bread R'KCS
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Edward E. Brown chairman of : of the state prison requested that hand win create grandly: for the I have bidden the past adieuI -

the First National bank of Chicago, his scheduled release be delayedtwo year that follows. Regardless of any laugh, and lift bands to the year tsp a...s4 '
weeks be could appear as a is his best self ahead. a turn ra sir 5 M matinmtutrBU *
declared to restrict so past he who today
that
proposals I' minstrel Q Ill ; r n Cal OT **t+w
.bank credits were an attempt to drummer in the prison" I wd find: much beauty ia tomorrow.L. Come on! I am ready for you!" Ifs uu u,in. autimu R mrujWEEKLY
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The Jolly oU saJM we eoateeted ....., as well aa the Clewiatea Peiiee -i I *. aad the unal'"hdibac,dree*. Wttk shaking bands she tore t
Visits ClewislonIn early Saturday morning, when Department and the Florida i ..." failed to yield the mans the sebaeb' t. find the
: it wan learned he woald be in Fort State Highway Patrol for permitting 'I... than she recalled having tew task cache. rifled and the. money
AirplaneKids I Myers Tuesday, aad arraagemeats the special Uadiag. sad to I II the noaey te the drew and seat mtortag."Here.

made' to have him make a special j I Mayor R Y. Patterson for granting I I it to the cleaners. By this time 1M't't lady" laconically said the

of ri rt: s-un will be PeRil '!!I trip, to Clewistoa at 19 o'clock today 'l I the necessary permission for the I II settee were frazzled and oa edge I delivery man, haadlpa. Htf .aa ea-

got bonor at a parade popafete party '' The arraagemeata were made I landing, parade, etc. and she was almost OB the verge o' \reloaeIf It's that > kdred Je-
members of the
by Lions Club of
-M theater show of no less than I ------- hysteria. At this point, a kaoek lars yep re looking sir, we found

transportation Clewtaton, including from Fort special Myers aerial in ,i New Sandwich Shop came at the door and the delivery I It and put it hi this _yelo..... Don't

Stan from Davidsoa'a handed her be to careless with mosey in the
I a brand new Aeroaca twoplacethe Will
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I I for the trip. (Clewistoa Xewvi I

I I TweatF-[ifth new baalaeas to open
I Under the den piloting of John II"
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Cock rill Clew
of tos the plane will
''is Robbi Tasty-Sandwich Shop.
! land on Sugarlaad Highway, between -
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Hendry Coaaty Motors and
garland Highway j
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I : The shop occupies a new baU -
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i will be alerted its I lag, erected by the owner-operatorl I
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I repeated blasts oa the fire whistle
| be opened to the public on Monday
i Firemen have volunteered to standby 1
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and watch for the plane, and i .
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sound the fire whistle at then tint /r a Fr' :
| rice and hot biscuits G
'I sight of It. Afterwards the firemen ,
f The twenty-fourth new business
and fire trucks will form part a x
Q/fr'it I !Ito open la the past two years in I
of a parade in which Santa Claas, 1 1I
the city was McCard's Jewelry also
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riding in a big convertible car, will
{ occupying Its own building, whkh
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CHRISTMAS opened last Monday Although interior -
and girls preaeat. .\ welcoming
trimming were not completed -
I committee of city officiate is etpect-
McCard opened to give
ed to greet St. .Nicholas on his arrival -
Christmas shoppers opportunity to
I and present him with the key
avail themselves the many aw bargains -
to the city.
I In the store Plans for afore'
i I dram line of ;Marth iI counters, glass shelves glass window ,
Ia Colonial tunes christmastide The parade will form at the eastern
I I back-slides, carpeting aDd the Bite .
: i was" the gayest I ead of Segarlaad Highway and will bring the Jewelry store dp law
I' get underway as soon as Santa Is I first claw condition within the seat Time To Be !
R i aad happiest season of the J transferred from the plane to the week or ten days says McCard. Happy

.. earful of toys It will move slowly -
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up Sngarland Highway as Santa I Christmastide is the one time in ;
y Tourist Lady Finds .
it oat aiacrtt a ish tint distributes the gifts from his big ,

faring tips Carstcmas of i bulging pack, to Clewiston Inn "Lost" Cash Cache the year when we should all be as !
where the saint will be host to an I
1947 the warm, sweet Ny expected 300 children at a big freePopsic'e happy as a boy with a bright new 1

i joys of Am Messed sealea y Party at the Inn Polbwiag (Clewiston Newt I I sled. So let's light up our faces !
t1 this party the children will A visitor In Clewiston, who I
may fill your hearts : ail go to the Dials Crystal theatre withes her name withheld from publication i and our hearts when we light up I i

for a free show featuring cartooas, I for obvious reasons, learned 4
::10 ovtrdewit&e I our trees, and here's wishing for
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short Christmas subjects and Rspecial jest bow honest local dry-clean- 'I'Ii
= news reel showing the dedication I er establishments are, this week you and your family the happiest
of Everglades National Park Coming to Ctewiston, the elderly ; i
last week. lady concealed one hundred dollars Christmas you've ever had.

i nlfl tnlM Choiring (Mflion in an "emergency fund" in apiece I
Santa of nylon stocking; in case she i
aiN Clans has asked the Clew
should lose her pocketbook while i C I
iston News to express his gratitudeand
tI sincere appreciation to the visiting here. After arriving, she i A X iI ;
sewed the cash packet into one of : "
following organizations and mer ./
chants who made this visit possible. her dresses, at an underarm seam. ; !

The Lions Club of Clewiston; Mack'sDrug A few days later forgetting she ;
t't'LYStYY ,La; Ctas Store had placed the cash cachet In the I
Parkinson's
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oil r+ct+r 1I'C'R1I1C' ; ; she it Davidson's
<1(1C. dress sent to Dry
ment Store; Al's Army Store; theB I
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ItI & B Grocery Store Giduen'sFurniture :
1A A day or so later she suddenly
Y Store Giddeon Brown
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i y manager of Royals' rocery Store; I GULF OIL PRODUCTS I
the the cash, but couldn't rememberThe
yr Sunoco Station. and the La-
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Belle Furniture Company of La- ..
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood
i Maude's Cafe Y Belle. Especially is Santa gratefulto chief Industries of the state

A George W. Beck of Beck Motors, of Oregon include fruit growing 2 wi
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PY transportation, and to John Coekrlll, industry Is important; its salmon i
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!r : J CHRISTMAS IS : PIONEER Y WOMAN I'-flotilla.and solo-Wilbur searching Shirley Goff party Bowden flying with out made Yoder ia apa a I eludes lag Lake MOre already Haater.than are 10 under Building acres way border-operations Foar- from filling tanks the small large with gas a storage drums capacity Uak and of 18,100gatio.e tanks Storage ;':-1-,

hare been erected. The gais
COMING FOR RED TAKES FIRST PLANE second plane from the airport making I cottages for children have been to shipped. here from Bartiwvllle.Okla. . ;t a
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up a second party. completed and three more :'!_
I : II search cost of .. where it is manufactured by _
estimated
Scarcely had the two be built at an
: CROSS WORKERSThis RIDE LAST WEEK planes left the Clewiston Airport 150.000 to 1(5,000 each the Phillips Petroleum Company ia -:
I I before the "lost" Homer Johnson, The cottage plan will be followed tank cars.-Clewiston News :: "
and Mrs Johnson and their granddaughter throughout, sad considerable .
I ihu, 01! ,outn lew- search to the interior ------
U no m WE to huh boys and < rui dnia oii arrived to start a attention has been given
girls busily composing letters to iston pioneer of the Everglades for Yoder. arrangement of the "baud- m .m
!, Santa Clans to housewives brush- area. took her first airplane ride The tonfnsion was quickly tags There will be a dining room
ing up MI favorite candy recipes I' on Monday of last week and said it : straightened oat tat oa the spar of and kitchen ia each cottage and ia i if ifw
-or to Red Cross volunteers beat driving an ox team She should the moment George Beck private fact each unit will be as nearly r
For many years, the Red Cross know having piloted the slow cattle aviation CAB who recently acquireda like a private home at te possible
efcapUr'has been tbe bub of com3n4t4ty I over most of this section of the second ship aa Aeronka, suggested to make it. '
activity concerned with Everglades country daring her that now Mrs. Johnson was at the The dormitory system of housing I ', -
m.aklRg Christmas a happy season long stay here airport t.! e should try flying Secretly children has l seen discarded along -:
for patient In federal hospitals, The first night for the pioneer anxious, although slightly with several other outmoded features I .,
people la community hospital andlastftatioas. grandmother well known in this fearful of the more modern meansof of institutional housing No I tI ff ''.
and able-bodied soldiers area, came about as the result of a transportation Mrs. Johnson longer will there be 5, 10, 20 or tI > ,
and sailors in camps and ,; hunting party. ia which her husband allowed herself to be convinced and more children in one room. Only 121" "! ,
stations nearby Through the became lost from his companion strapped into the new ship. With two children above the age of 1 ;0'
< *fter How streams of the "ex and walked forty miles oat i Lawrence Bright at the will be placed ia a room and not I SANTA (IAUciS I :-.
tras" traditionally associated wlti [of the woods to his home they took off aDd coDtrola'l more than tear tots under the age I COMING ToX941
tie Christmas ceJ.bration-gifta The hunting party made up late over the Everglades of 12 will occupy a room. TowN .

*f community group*-trees of all I laat week. Homer Johnson and "Grandma" said would have taken I Among the other basic structures I .F.I :
suss. flowers garlands, decorations his companion Ray Yoder of Moore her several days to accomplish by. necessary before the new Home begins I YomJ
appewpeiate gifts special refresh- Haven went Into the Big Cypress I ox-team operation are an office buUd-1 I 1h Sf tf S .
...... for a little sport. Daring the hunt "I have tried every other meansof lag, a laundry with
By this time Volunteer enices I they became separated and after transportation" laughed "Grand shop and a dairy barn. These argil I
llt0d'aen have received estimates i searching; for Yoder for severalI ma"' as she climbed out of the ship to be made possible by the gifts of
0f Christmas needs Del plans areweH I hour Johnson walked tb.> forty after the flight ..Now I am an I Baptists and their friends and
under way.Volunteers I miles back to his home Meantime aviation fan. I bet I could fly one special emphasis is being directedby
in Production and Yoder believing Johnson of those things within a week, too.h all leaders of the denomination This Merry Christmas '
Snafly Service are getting in was the one who was lost returned upon the State-wide offering scheduled ::

f.*di with community groups to I! to Clewiston the Coast, aDd Guard notified auxiliary membersof Children's Home At Sunday.Recommendations. is to you. -':
give them an opportunity to fnrirfafe of the leading
gifts and other materials They I( Lakeland Will child welfare agencies in the There is wish'
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are also making Christmas stqjeklags i and assisted by Arts and Skills country have been obtained to give
aid Santa suits made many of then Be Most Modern the Lakelaad Home ideal features.
Workers in Entertainment and A local of the American Federation I Bat the most ideal of all. the we can give more true

Instruction Service are lining upeaUrtaiameat of Labor underwrote expenses When Florida Baptists complete I dren's Home authorities CIIII-I I." ,
choral groans, ape- for the party. The Baker's their new Children's Home at is the fact that the Homey than this jolly ;fold
professional and amateur carol Union provided aa enormous Christmas Lakeland they will have one of the I{I aim is to balance the character and
i4it, and hostesses Arts and cake Garden club member most modern child welfare establishments spiritual life of the child againsthis clew
Swills volunteers and Gray Ladies furnished trees and greens and of the south one that II environment.The ,
are helping patients make Christians helped patients decorate the large emphasizes the need for a balanced preparation for life is as i is new br-itlgiwg :) ,
decorations and gifts of their "D' an essential in the Baptist
recreation room. life as well as a balanceddiet a I rto
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awn for giving Chapter volunteers selected gifts for the youngsters left ta Its program of child rearing as food is yeti. _
As the season draws nearer, substantial gifts-appropriate to 'care from a physiclal standpoint and
hvrever, everybody te the chapter the age of each child aDd provided This theme has characterized the assistance to children I* not limitedto
wft be busy-wrapping gifts. stafflac wrapping materials so that patients I operation of the Baptist Children's creed but is based upon the individual I
stockings making wreaths and : could wrap the gifts Home at Arcadia where physical need of the child )- 4
swags and collecting decorations A few days before tile party.a facilities of the present Home have --- ----
Early, awl Saata wits for Mt.rflkevlce Motor Service driver took two been outgrown Although man i! Dan McCarthy Opens I 4i
to transport to the hospitals. patients Into towa to haute a personal features of the Lakeland plant will
There's one kind of Christmas invitation to the children. be different, this factor will remain I Filling Plant Here >: i i0

party that never fails to click-- Motor Service brought the childrento anchaaged "ii
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arty for children given by patl- I the hospital Leaders of the Building t and . : i!
eats at the hospital At the party each child was Campaign to raise 1390.000 needed I ,.., r-, . ,..,.-- .-;; I I
One of the best parties on recordat adopted for the evening by a patient to complete the basic structures Dan McCarthy, who six months
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Valley Forge General Hospital ".nde,'' There were games at the new location are hopeful that ago moved here from Okcechobee to "'-!
was a Chriatma. party for children "Throw the Ball in the Snow a State-wide offering by approximately establish a distribution point for
planned by a patients' committee man's Mouth" "Pin the Beard on 900 Florida Baptist churches Southeastern gas for tbe Glades i
and the Red Cross hospital .ta"-and then a Jovial patient scheduled for Sanday December 21, area announces this week the completion 1
staff with the assistance of volont Santa Clans gave out the gifts will provide a substantial. portion of his new fining!: plant .:. .
.rs in the Southeastern Pennsylvania The outstanding success of this of that amount building; on the railroad near the .tf.
Chapter party was due. in large part to I Success of the campaign/ would Gulf bulk plant !! R. A. Williams
The committee met early to make the careful planning of the pa- mean a cheering Christmas gift for The building!: Is a 20x25: concrete I .
plans to invite children from a \ tient's committee and the hospital the 150 youngsters now being cared block building' erected t>v Coleman II ;
nearby orphanage! Patients planned staff, and to the cooperation of the I for by the Children's Home and Fry and within th, building: I ,
all the games and decorations ; chapter and the community. I The Lakeland Home tract in- will be office space: and futilities for ,":
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