Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00139
 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00139

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BAND CONCERT TO Mrs. Joy Roberts Is : I TERRIERS DEFEATED I Richard Resigned Brown As Science Has ]NO DAMAGE DONE

Clerk Of Selective I!

BE HELD HERE ON 1;I Service Two CountiesMrs. I 44-7 AT OKEECHOBEE : Teacher In School HERE BY STORM >

25TH OF OCTOBER; Joy Roberts_ clerk in the i! LAST FRIDAY NIGHT I Richard his S.resignation Brown this al week science tendered MONDAY NIGHTEverglades

office of the Selective Service I teacher in high school here and is

Board: her for the past two years It -- I I said to be leaving this afternoon by

The Moore Haven School Dan ,, or more, has also taken over the The Moore-Haven Tenders, weakened train for his home in Fairmont, W. residents were agree.

will present its first public concert duties of clerk ia the Hendry by illnesses and injuries were\Va. i ably surprised Monday night when

cf the year at the school gymnasium i'l County office at CUwtoton. no match for the Okeechobee Catfish Ill health is given u the reason I the October tropical storm, originating -

on Friday evening October i:! Handling the affairs of both offices on their home gridiron Friday for Mr. Brown's resignation and he I in the Caribbean near the

25, under the direction of WilliamD. 1 I is possible because of the curtailed night the Catfish scoring almostat does not expect to continue teach Yucatan Channel and threateninggreat

jackman, instructor. A small I(I time recently given for keeping will im the second half to win I ing. Daring hi* brief stay here he damage to the Florida peninsula -

charge of twenty-fire cents plus I the office open aad the fol 44 to 7. has made many friends who will aa it roared northward lost ,

tax (thirty cents) will be charged 'lowing new hours will apply for Dean Heflin. out of the line-up regret that it is necessary for him most of its intensity as it nearedthe

the proceeds to be used toward the I' the Moore HayeD office. because of aa attack of appendicitis to give up his duties Florida coast at Tampa and:

purchase of band instruments and I All day Tuesday eight. to five. caused the shifting of James The school board does not expect the damage done was negligible.
supplies. I Wednesday moreiags eight to. to find a replacement for Mr. The highest wind velocity record.
Click to the backfield Doyle Scott
The band hag made tremendous! twelve. Brown for the present the class lie ed here was 47 miles per hour boat
taking Click's place at left guard.
strides sine taken over late last' Thursdays all day eight to five. Jon Mack Branaen has also been has taught being divided among the eleven o'clock. Sustained velocity

term by Mr. Jaekman and he may Mrs. Roberts will be in Clewis off the line-up since the opening I other teachers two of them to betaken was about twenty miles per hour. -

well take pride in the ability ton all day Monday. all day Friday game because of Illness which may by Band Instructor W. D. The storm crossed the tip end
and Wednesday afternoons. Jackniaa. of Cuba with winds of more thana
by the youngters. lIe remained make it impossible for him to be
hundred miles an hoar and there
during the summer to back this season.
keep the band work going. Otit/ Bus Difficulties was little thought that it would
The Terriers lone score was
The for the to diminish in intensity as it crossed -
as follows program: concert SCHOOL DAZE scored by Jimmy Cram in the third Discussed By the Calf toward Florida. The

Star Spangled Banner quarter on a quarterback sneak School Board storm was traveling in a nerth
The STAFF and he also made good the extra northeastward direction so 'glades
Plainsman Overture Editor ____ ___ _._
Tracy AngeAssociate point. They also threatened in the residents knew that if this course
Smith-Tod er-Baehiaan. The county school board at
Editor 151 tie ICobln>on second Quarter when they pushed was continued there little
Transeontlnental March-Web- Snooper __ ._.__u. ?????? to the aCtfiah three-yard line. regular meeting Monday heard for.a danger of winds higher was than heavy
r-Bchi&an. delegation from Lakeport plead
Sports ___--_.w Char Clajton The first half fair
Transeoatteeatal-March- Weber was a pretty more bas space to accommodate the gale winds here. However mast
Tommy Wayman contest but greater weight and reserve large number of students now com 'Gulf storms bring heavy rainfall
Clarinet Qurt.etSofty Gliding Personalities .__ Opal Raulerson material made a decided dif- lag from that area to the Moore :and heavy rains at this time would

-Zan< Oamput Jour ___ T. Jean Dupree ,chobee coach I to
CoIlUllaBdMar -DM vis.Pilgrim's playing every player sixty students and there are vegetable crops as the wind.
. Ruth Close on his squad. I Sale winds too do
the can apeh
BOW about seventy-five riding
Prayer-Choral- De-
Question of the werk. Dean lleflln '
Lamater. : The starting line-up for the Terriers bas dan,. damage in twisting and breaking
Typists .__ _.. It>ttie llofoin on
u 1 nature
was: Tommy Wayman le; sugar cane. So it was car
. Golden Gate-March-Johnson. The hoard was unable to offer
Son Of My Soul-Brass Choir- Dojte nan Doyle Scott. It; Robert Dupree Ig; any solution at the present time :dderable relief that was felt whit
Jean Doprt't"ltOn.OoiOr Eddie Bailey, center; Milton Pol- he storm passed on by and dfetta-
Traditional. since two buses order
are now on
S __.___ Williamson
Mks< Dot
intensity it the
lard rg; Wilson Cason rt; Donald toward as
Angelas-Choral-De Lamater.AmbassadorMarchDavis. and may not be available until
4tti0 ttf tr9 Galacinni re. Backfield; Jimmy the end of the school year. coast at Tampa.

SENIOR NEWS Crum James Click Doyle Ball aad Mrs. Walter Grecr, driver of the Fort Myers reported gnU aa
high as eighty miles hoar the
Calvin Whidden. Muse bus was asked to drive to per
Rev. Gail Smith Uj Char ClaytonOur
I highest in the state aDd there was
Goodno to pick up the children of
last of school
year was some damage at Fort
Resigns As Pastor the L. B. Tillet family living just Myers and
started by electing our class offi\ Comptroller Dies Sarasota Beaches mostly from high
inside this county. A fifteen dollar
cers. For President we chose Dean I IlIeflln. tides. A few West Coast roads
I Of Church were
Viee-Presldent is Opal Raul- increase in salary was given Mrs. inundated but there seri-
Greer and the children, as the children -
,erson. Tracy Ange Is Secretary ous damage and the citrus crop, i
: Rev. Gall Smith pastor of the Treasure_ and Char Clayton is the from Muse will be transportedtp expected to suffer sustainedtoniyhnetligiblsluaos I

1 First I t,.J; dA..- I>f.? df "tj .Jf sport.. --r... '1 ,.... -tie .LaB !!!' school.Cifr9 greaj.jj,. Jl I1: .'

: Hst'tn for a t rrr r"mare -thaw '"l" .Th "s nt fl t very weir'repo if 'irfAg'cha ntf RaIns. too, "were very light din .4- ,

rear, tendered his resignation at a resented in football with Dean Heflin. the board was requested 'to teach the 'glades section most of the" ""r<

I busmen meeting of the church Tommy Wayman and 'Do>le tbe opportunity class for studentsof rain which fell coming early Mon.

held at the close of the regular ser- Ball on the team. Tracy Ange and : the first three grades needing day morning caused by distarixd

vices but Sunday eveaiag, effective Char Clayton are cheerleaders. I individual attention. There are now conditions preceding the storns r
I seventeen students in this /
October 31. group.
, i rather than the storm itself.
It is understood that Rev. 3atthwill Tim: JUXIOIKMy

" return to his former pastorate Klle Story u o 593 Licenses Are Lloyd Summers Is

of a church at Osprey near The Junior Class this year roi
Sold To Drivers I
Sarasota. 'slats of thirteen pupils. Four ho.> i Now In Charge Of r-

During his pastorate of the local and nine girls. Before Deadline County-City MowingLloyd

hnrch Rev. Smith has been very\ The offices and sponsor for th

active m all church affairs year have been elected and are a1..JlowI Tn. otiui,' of County Judge J. M.

was instrumental la the sponsorship t: : d .. ." reports! the sale of a total Summers this week teak j

by the church of a BoyJ President _.-_____ Jimmy Cli- ;, --- "f 5(1:; drivers' licenses both for over the operation of the county-

-. out troop. He will be greatly.I Yice-PresMeBt! ... .__ Thelma Collier COL. JIM LKI.Comptroller ': operators| and chauffeurs, prior to city power mower in keeping Hp' the

missed by the members of his Secretary ___ _.__ Bettie Robinson \ the deadline for purchase without city park courthouse lawn, etc

church and many Meads IB other I Treasurer ______ Elizabeth Jones examination on October 1. The position has been heM fer .

denominations IB the city. Reporter ___,___ Elsie Mae Story Lee I This number is somewhat smaller sometime by Herbert Sealer, who

No announcement has been made Sponsor __________ Mrs. Goyette than in past years when many Clew- resigned last week to take another
I i a!' yet of plans for obtaining a newt I'I'I We Juniors are very happy this 11 Dies Suddenly Of iston motorists came here for HceBsea. position. -

minister to replace Rev. Smith butit week because we have ordered our This year the Hendry county Daring the pact few weeks the

is likely that a pulpit committeewill I rings. Hut wait until we get themES ( Heart Attack Judge set up a branch sales office mower has been used to a great advantage -

be appointed as soon as his in that city. by the county in cleaning:

, I! resignation becomes effective. \ OF TIIK SOPHOMOIIKSlly Comptroller James M. Lee 65. There were 99 chauffeur licenses up the cemetery at Ortona and

i I Jeanne llrflin died suddenly Sunday at his homein :sold at $%.eo and 94 operators licenses those who have visited it recentlysay

Methodist .Rally Day I Officers of the Sophomore Class Tallahassee of a heart attack it at $1_00. that It is one of the prettiest

are as follows: Wilson Casoa. the was reported that he had been in burial spots in south Florida at this

j At .Church School Has I president has been presiding with good health and that his collapse County Board Meets time.

dignity at the class meetings we, in the living room of his home
of 105
Attendance Thursday MorningThe Charles J. Lovvorn
i' have been having for several came as a complete surprise tomembers

weeks. of his household. I II I October meeting of the boardof Is Now Cashier Of
t The Methodist: Church School Secretary of the class is Maud Mr. Lee had held the office of held
: went well over the quota which Click who>> has been working hard I state comptroller for the PUt thirteen county commissioners was First Bank Clewiston
yesterday having been postponedfrom
had been Imposed and there were I keeping the situates up to date years, aDd had two years more Monday due to tbe unsettled

105 aceeefit on Rally Day. wet i and writing all eommuBteattomi to serve oa his present term. conditions due to the reported (Clewiston News) '
\ Sunday morning, the tersest attendance -outside ad Is doing a very good Joe Hill Williams of Lake Butter At a meeting of the board of directors

at this Hl'Yke" this I as chairman of the state democratic 'torn.No details of the meeting were of the First Bask of Clewlaton -
I I Job.Bobby '
church for ma.y years. Sexton was chosen tress- executive committee, is authorised available today. and CMBptete. account on Thursday night 'of last

} With the reaching of this Quota.'urer of the class since he is sack to call the meeting for I of the meeting win he given week Charles J. Lowora assistant

s on this Sally Day the church Is a good financier. nomination of the democratic candidate nest week. cashier of the bank for the pas'

{ hopeful that virtually this maay The Sophomore Class has decided who will be almost assured -t I sixteen months, was elected estfs-

can ha induced to attend the same that every second TaeadaajJ 'I of election. Williams said he i iI I Funeral Directors let to succeed Elbert L. Stewart

oervioa" _** Sunday moraiBg.Th might J of each month as their social I I,would probably announce plans tomorrow who has held this position mass

greatest Increase of the day evening. The first social gatherinj!:t for a meeting of tbe com Advised By Atty. Gen.J. the organisation of the baH la

was IB the adult Bible class taught took place October the eighth. A. mitten The executive committee the early '29s.

by Mrs. W. s. BoueiuaB, with thirtyoswn i i group of hoboes met at the elm nominee would take office immediately Tom Watson Mr. Stewart will continue Ml
house oat throne I in Novem same active affiliation NN
....... Every adult IB and thea speed open his election with
attosrflagchnrefc :the town. If you answered a call]Ii{ber. He will serve for the two rmalning -i bask as executive vice-prerdisit
the eoajakotty not I TALL_\HA3SEE, Oct. 9-A person -
of Uw other i at the back door that night. th I years of Lee's term. aad states that he aatteipats_ a*
attwai at omo I who is not a licensed funeral
aDd tone d I great change in his duties tteM
to attend this wiry will, sues you Governor Caldwell has indicated or
churches tomvlt d I own a funeral parlor
they are thankful for the "..an d I;that he would name Clarence M. I director can of Mr. Lorrorn as a result of Hcfeaage.
class.A hut he mast let the public
outs" you gave them The tired hoboes Oar of Orlando, Orange County .
-- 'I 1 It. Attorney
t he is not operating
total at t7i." worth of: will he able to tell other hq clerk of circuit court to fill the po- General J. Tom Watson gave this I Mr. Lovrorn came to the bank:

scrap gild. falling from machines''boss when they meet along th t .... at least oattt the general advice to George A. Pierce of Jack. early in July of 1S45 to seeeed
and tips 'road that Moon Haven is a ver r election and possibly until the first Miss Frances Morgan as assistant
clips of tscral
makiM barrels, caps soavilie for the state board -
to when you an !cashier after eleven i employment -
for pass. to salvaged annually inEversiatp's food place go of Jaauary. directors aad enibataRers sears
hungry and the club house is a fla el with the rmted Staisa Sugar
Chicago plaat. The profession of directing fu
place to gather to have a goot 11II !Corporation in the payroll depart
I time. Those present were MUtoi i The first commercial manufacturer Berate aid preparing bodies fo ment. Prior to that time be served
Two manly liners helix constructed ; according to, burial. mast meet certain. state re-
of ball hearten as editor of
will I Pollard, Jackie Bailey, Joyce Click; the Clewiston News
Coast ;
oa the 'j One who is tot a litiaici -
autoateUc allcoBdjttteateg .; Bddte Bailey Jtamie Click Maud It 1 a history issspflm by SKT !aaatrioa Biresaents. coming here from Sebring in 1931to
he tile ftrt to have tec. war a. BacUahatauimmrf I funeral director may owl
hj. CHek. EWe Story Becky dtalhRaatetaos I, take that position.
vntrois. devebiNthe a.ast4lld!I funeral parlor, the attorney gen
nun- WHttass. ...*. who a
ilB4f.al' Us.I..JT.U Rotator (oread .1 ruffs.LoUIe net Gram Maria As*a, of a 't41sa.Msg seta 'tor 19 hall I evat dstlared but be must nave i It and the owner must not nse his
CfflPny. mating it possible funeral director and e*- name in busi
; the, Tummy Ways**, DMA hail MiCe&tinved I- hearts** a day for a bicycle pro- Huarrrl connection with the
to vegetate tbe business I. .
passenger beteer to carry on nesl.j
( en loge 8) Near.
temperature In bit own stateroom i


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one ever leans anythingby
WE CAN well afford to be i! ( I listening to a person who
in apparent defeat SUNDAY -ROUND knows everything.
for we have not lost irre- ( I !
parably while we still have the DR W PEARSON Despite money's decline in
spirit to cheer. By HAROLD L. LCNDQUIST D. D. value, it seems more popular
Of The Moody Bible Institute ol Chlciio. ii than
In order to hate any tuccett in Released by: Wit tern Newspaper Colon. ever.
life or any tcortky tucctti, you must I Man can always have the i
resolve to carry into your work a Memos to AU Editors: SOAP SHORTAGE CONTINUESWASHINGTON last word with a woman pro-
fullness of knowledge-not merely Lesson for October 13 : The anti-Roosevelts are using this: Most important 1 vided it i; "Yes"
sufficiency, but more than c tufi- I I A Chicago) paper's reporter question facing every housewife oa
Republican ( I
nencrf Janet A. Corf eld. Two inventions that have
; Leaaon soap-
aubteet and Scripture texts se- asked Bob Hannegan: Monday morning
Admonish your friends privately lected ,e' time. This I done much to help men rise.
: Council 11 R.htrdlluJo, : rb-: ; "Who'll be your candidate in 48- won't be solved for some
but praise them openly. perMlaston ., Truman?'* is bad news, but it's hard to get : in the world-the elevator
-Publius Syrus. don't around. and the alarm clock .
MARES "Nope, Hannegan replied ( I "-.
Better an earth-lined cave PAUL A NEW START forget this is an alleged joke), "not There are two main reasonsfor Polygamy would never -"
from which the stars are visible the shortage, one of them Y
strong enough. The public apparently soap work in this country. Imagine
than a golden pagoda i. LESSON TEXT-Acts 26:9-18. I CoriathlI I no like. unavoidable, the other avoidable I three wives trying to get into .,>
roofed over with iniquity- gas 15-8.14. | "Could it be Wallace" pumped provided the government had been I a kitchenette. 3;-
Racial Proverbs.ASTHMADOR. MEMORY SELECTION-Thi U 1 fattfcI I the reporter. tough enough with industry. .
ful layinc, and of an I
that Christ Jesus can into tfce weridte !' "Hell no! Can't take chances First reason is the loss of coco
sate sinners.-I Tbnotfcjr 1:1J. with him. They think he's a Red." nut trees in the Philippines and the j
"Well** said the scribe "if it ain't war-tom South Pacific. Whereas

o All that a man has by nature is Truman or Wallace who do you coconut oil and copra used to be a 111

not enough We saw last week thereparation think it might be?" glut on the market many trees .
"Oh said Hannegan "I dunno! the Philippines, / t 1 t0o -
by heredity, education were destroyed in __ '
and environment which Paul had There's plenty of time. We'll dig in the Solomon and wherever fighting -Ji.<

TH .; \. f"f a place of leadership But its up someone." occurred. There are still plentyof
TUMI ItSTEO Irstit: the n;h. trmiuctaKt js not enough. The capable, well- "Oh, NO!" roared the Repubu- trees left but it takes time to get
INNAUNr of DR. R. SCHIFFMANNS jorn i well-trained young Jewish ; crat, "not HIM!" neglected plantations going again

TIUTMIMT I-OB t m ASTHMADOHhe yo, taw a aristocrat had to be born again and General MacArthur at first refused -
tttjck of tvonchul uihjiu. ASTHMADOR.u spiritually before he could do God's Pref. Maane Siegbahn's trip hereis to let Philippine civilian re-
mnpCTmt-tisjF to aft-.othir6 to uieMtnuJjr work. for several confs with Einstein. turn to some of these areas.
-.dependable,coca'*aeecmeatchat '
help idicv* cue 18-I c/ the It wi- Careful Bible students regard the He's Sweden's top atoman (coflab- The other reason which
aids damned I:M.1 os: k:.J fcj dni&ua: Conversion of Paul and the resur- ber of Lise Meitner). The influential could have been avoidedisthat

ereq.heceraterc-three comeum=;i3' uaotj: ASTHMAOOftpoder Urkranted rection of Christ as the two outstanding I members on Eisenhower'sstaff the soap manufacturers l'/ oo

guenei :r j jt mixture.hdpj events of the New Testa- are for "complete remobiliza- diverted a larger percentage of oo / 0
ment. Without the resurrection of hon" Dr. Paul Scheffer (see their materials to higher-priced
Jesus, the conversion of Saul of : clips in morgue) was once chief of toilette soaps. That Is why some WHEN CONSTIPATION nukes yes fed
Tarsus i whom we know as Paul the I nazi spy ring in Russia. Now very housewives actually are using peak*i the dickens brings.at :tech
upset, tout fast 55157 diseoate-t
apostle) would not have been pos- '! active hEre. One of the top propa- perfumed soap to do their wash- take Dr. Caidwelts fcmoM medkfnesx
Bible, and at the same time his 'I gandists for "getting the U. S. intoa ing. to tjviddy pall the trigger: oa Itij "in.
::>onversion is one of the strongest i. war with Russia soon as possible" The situation in soap is similar IWd," aDd help you fed bneht and : .
proofs of the resurrection. When Field Marshal Montgomery Industry chipper.pin.
to that in the men's clothing -
DR.CALDWELTS Is the voadechil
Md real tea-
We find him in relation- (at the Barbi- -
> was honor-guest where civilian production administration Uxibre contained in pod old Syrup
I L: zon-Plaza) a man, en route to the permitted clothing Pepon to make it to MSJ to take.

STAMINA/ENERGY/ I. By Nature-Contra rj to Christ 30th floor, was hauled back into the manufacturers to divert material to MANY DOCTORS use pepsin peepers
(Al;. 26:9-12). elevator and made to identify him- higher-priced women's wear in- tions in prescriptions to make the medicine
self before the law in the foyer. Saidto more palatable tad afrceaUe toUke. ;
It ;,> not enough, as some of us stead of men's clothing. Profits In So be tore year laxative contained "
Irai.r th.f wli.g er..ag.ei.w.a. be J. D. Rockefeller Jr.1
Mav T.k. cooa-tMtinc SootfiEmnWoa i.piXse, that a man be sincere. *! the women's trade were larger. in Syrup Pepsin.
right away, U yon f M! Paul was entirely sincere in his Likewise, profits are larger in the INSIST ON DR. CAL YtUl"S-tlJ. ftTonte s
ttrd, 4oira,vubl to throw off of millions for 50 yeas and fed
n Add Russ U. S. trade.
conviction that he ought to perse- significant expensive perfumed soap
wholesome relief
worriMB*lammcr eold-b rne that from constipation.
root dM lack*natural AU Vita. cute the Christians He did it with notes: The Russian purchasing Government authorities have done Even finicky children lore it.
mini io4 rowTj-fcuMlm,mttoralU s good conscience (Acts 23:1), for commission in Washington little to divert soap materials to CAUTION Usa only u directed.
I Seott'f., hope.bnU iwrnr. I a man. conscience commends him i (which numbers about 300 expert the cheaper brands used for kitchen ;
aawi. tMlano. Buy today ISCOTTS
for doing what he believes to be Soviet engineers and technicians and laundry. Of course, the min-
EMULSION right, even though he may be wrongin ) is discharging its U. S. ute the government tries to inter- DR.MEIiSSENNA( ;

his thinking employees, preparatory to shutting vene, it gets accused of interfering
Y A* ROUND TONIC lie was sincere, but he was anti- down Jan 1. That means, with private enterprise, so some LAXATIVE
Christian.: By nature man is at en- I I'm told, the Russians do not of Mr. Truman's aides are gettinga
mty with God. No good thing I expect to boy from us any more little chary. tONWHI' IN SYRUP PEPSIN i:

See this Amazing dwells in the flesh apart from the the way things stand now, ete.II Another factor in the soap short-
redeeming grace of God (Rom. 8:7; age is that housewives have

Patented COAL HEATER fames 4:4; Rom. 7:18). Reminder: Great Britain ant grown careless about saving kitchen DRY ITCHY SCALPGet
Stirred, probably by the faithful II Russia signed a non-aggression fats. During the war housewiveswere relief from Itching of
of to even greater I Which side would conserving fats at the rate of 9 dry scalp and help remove
testimony Stephen treaty in 1941. IOOM dandruff t le keg with
zeal against the followers of British be on in event of conflict 200 million pounds a year, a great MOAOLINI MAIR TONIC

"" Imo'' Christ Paul had to find new worlds I considering treaties are piecesof part of which went into soaps. + :;...
to conquer, so he set out "breath- papyrus? Big news expected However, with no patriotic impulses
.'ai aE'b Ing out threatenings and slaughterto I from Puerto Rico during next few to continue the practice
destroy the church in Damascus" I months Break said to come be- much fat is now going down the e

-e.. is he had sought to do in Jerusalem.He tween Luis Munos Marin, presidentof drain or into the garbage can.

-= was a bold persecutor, doingall the senate there and most powerful Another difficulty has been lackof t II
he could "contrary to the name political figure in islandsandJesus inter-island boats for moving

F of Jesus" (v. 9), until he met the Pinero, Truman's appointment coconut cargoes to Manila The
Lord himself on the Damascus road. for the governorship. Cost of U. S. navy recently stepped in and
s1I Ah, that meeting made him a differ- atombs are down to a mere million allocated several hundred small
ent man and he becameII. each. That sounds expensive but landing boats for this purpose, but

By Faith-Converted to*Christ look at it this way: The entire civilized even so the commerce department 80.6%

"- :Acts 26:13-18). world can now be destroyedfor estimates the laundry-soap of rases showed
Stricken down by a brilliant heav- less than the war cost the U, S., shortage will continue until the end dinia impeo.e-

M.a.,120CanedWU araN..t.L"5n.a4a ,t;ly light he found himself talkingo 70 billion. of the year. meat after etiiy 10
c e..N..ouatiw., the Lord JesuS. He heard fromis days tnxtmcat
a a4suas.dGahcOLufl1vj ]ED PAULEY'S LATEST REPORT SOUTOM ia Impartial,
E holy lips the solemn indictment I Reason Russians so cocky When Ed Pauley gets away from scientific ce3 -
\f those who persecute God's people is have
; lately they allegedly
oil and politics he much
4 assumes
Why persecutest thou me*" Hei cosmic bomb. Plan inviting
greater stature. As a result of his SORETONE
i. t lays unkind hands upon or Americans and other nations
travels in Europe, he has Just
r .:._," untrue accusation against, to a demonstration of the new
Mid h MdCttwi I trtWM
1 written a private report to President -
uod'3: children had better beware. weapon in their "war of nt rves." Said alit sa rtMt pntM
Truman on the question of Jewish -
ro.:' tj, closely is our Lord identified Insiders unimpressed, claim ;
More than a Million with his people that when they ing we have a weapon that refugees which makes those who SOt and 1.00 -
J have read it understand not
Now in Use! suffer. it is he who bears the hurt. makes the Atomb obsolete. only :
Lord disposed I the plight of the refugees but the
sentence the -
In a single Senator Bob LaFollette may
zeal and sensitiveness of the Jewish peo
of the -
head a Don-cov't committee to ---- --
Start a Fire the sinful skepticism of this proud study all phases of modernizing Here
are some of the most striking Starts Relief In 6 Seconds
and Saul enteredinto
But Once a Year! voung Pharisee. the federal gov't. This new out.
Damascus not as the haughty fit will be financed by wealthy portions of the Pauley report: from AH 6 usual i el'i s. '
"The more one bears about the
but as a man tremblingand :
persecutor citizens, some of whom held high
Heats All Day and astonished H. spent three gov't posts during the war. wanton murder of the Jews by the

All Night lays shut in with his own soul and I Germans the more one wonders 1lJ. .' '
WITHOUT REFUELING God, not seeing not caring to eat, why this great crime has not i_COLD 'II'AIATIONrUIUTS !but entering into communion with N, Y. Novelette: The ABC network shocked the conscience of mankind f- OR UQUIDCovtiom
God By God's grace the old life had a correspondent in Tokyo. more than it has."Newspapers Take ont 7 m Vuf4

Bums Any Kind of was pulled up by the roots as 'it His name, Joe Julian. lIe wentto are accustomed --- --- -
1 Coal Ccke was displaced by the new life in : Hiroshima to do a broadcast to speak of mass murder whena
Christ Jesus. months after the atomb felL As half-dozen victims are shot roe vunclc auto ,,,;
Briquets or Wood God had a great commission 1 Julian walked along rubble-strewn down by a gunman. What shall

,*Baiting Paul as soon as he was I streets he met a man on a bike, we call it when whole towns

HOLDS 100 Ibs. of CodSemi.Autor.atic ready for it (vv. 1-18). He was to who introduced himself. "I'm die and the slaughtered are ASeetbl.t
be the apostle to the Gentiles, and : the Reverend Tanimoto," he said. numbered by millions ANTISEPTIC SALVE

that includes so many of us The : He was of great help to the "When I first heard that the Germans by thouaaiU with utirfictorr **
Magazine Feed gospel which had come first to the broadcaster in getting material had used the flesh of these ales lor 40 mra ats TalaiUs Jmredjk

Jews, was now to go out into aU the ets A year later Julian, (who is victims to make soap, I did not QUo Sywlock-Mcal Get Carbon Co,M Vaabnlle.drag ttertf:or-wnte

Low in Cost-A world and to all people. I also an actor) found himself jobless. believe it. There are a number of _._ .
Big Fuel SaverNow The change in Paul was a drastic I Last week, while wandering exhibits at the trial from the 'soap -- -
'in He was as one who was alive : about Radio city he was spotted by factory.* J
.* Display at Meat ef Dealer from the dead It was not a case of the director of the John Hersey-i. "The clearer a picture one gets
A Product
adjusting or refurbishing the old ; Hiroshima broadcast Julian was of what happened to over five million SOIL-OFF "
1 LOCKE STOVE COMPANY persecutor Saul-here was a new engaged to read one of the parts. Jewish men, women and children ....;:
; : lit N.Ill $t. IaMM Gtr.,Me.i1H ,:reature m Christ, ordained to good It was the role of the strangerJoe in Europe during the last several {

works (Eph. 2:8-19). met in Hiroshima-the Rev years, the clearer aa under- deans pomfed st *ofRimovit -
III. By Grace-Confessing Christ Tammoto! standing one develops of the tragic
: 'I Cor. IS:8-10). I situation of the surviving Jews in
Twenty years had passed since I The Late Watch: Elliott got 21 Europe. .
Paul's conversion. He had been out Gs for that mag series. Trumanas "W cannot bring five mffliot C.ty lawn phis y..IA...Pbs qe $s Y

serving Christ, in season and out of \I ( we first hinted long ago) personally ,,dead bodies to life -' we cannot yellow d'ttcooretiott.!
season. He had known persecution. doesn't want to run again. 1'1I breathe the breath of life into the +Dislnfecfs.Deodorize t
suffering and opposition. Now he I If he does, they'll have to drag him pits of human ash and human boneswe -?
was writing, by inspiration of the via the draft. That explains why cannot even find the little +Stall paint ports t
Holy Spirit about the resurrection 1 he is so "candid." The White bodies that once wore the thousands i-Rofrtihoni color .i

telling of those who had seen the I House is spreading happiness to the of baby shoes found amongst piles b. )

risen Christ He included himselfas I Germans in Germany and to the of shoes of every size.! But we can .s
one born out of his time.It Republicans in America. Our take action-and take it now-to operation
is a personal vision of the livIng foreign policy is about as clear as. make certain that the over onemilflon !

Saviour which vitalizes the spirit the mud diplomats have been throwing European Jews who survived *
of a witness and makes his tes- at each other. Too many i the Nazi terror are given a
: timony ring true. Paul saw Christ American laaders are arguing about chance to live. The time for taut
i. A..e..ue neR L.0.
A, wen cs a e..k fate We too may see Him with the eye of our foreign policy instead of explaining hu long p511ed the time for action
we+d. -J uo..are1 e..w. j become witnesses '. \
His -
e h s +...u dies faith by grace it is long-tverduc." :;



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WlmL dL 9flol41Q ? Woman's World 'ITS GOOD BUSINESS'Observance ''I .

A friend who was leaving town .

for a week end of golf, invited Sparks Program
Drama Critic George Jean Nathanto Give Clothing Budget a Lift

accompany him. To Get Jobs] for Handicapped

"No, thanks." said Nathan, "I Woolens
By Reconditioning -
never exercise. WASHINGTON.Importanceto vSI

"You should," insisted the i
the nation of maintaining employment I|
friend. "If good for
you. for handicapped w..rk-I'
"Why?" asked the drama critic. Grlla J4alen ,
u ers is being stressed in the first 1- !
"We-eU" stammered the other observance of National Employ"the 'i
"for one thing you would live WHEN you find that you have to [
longer if you exercised." replenish the wardrobe with I For Win tcr Warm Physically Handicapped
Week held thevxtk of
woolen garments of one kind or an- being
"Would I? aid Nathan. "The
other, you'll notice that the clothing October 612.
tortoise, probably the laziest creature
takes It's wise to '7"" '"' '.
budget a leap. The observance, authorized by
m the world, lives to the ripe -"'-"
old of 300 The space the buying of woolens! for different '" congress and proclaimed by Prc?..
years. ,
y i
members of the family as ':' .,
who is a bundle of energy, lives \, dent Truman, is intended to sparka
much as possible to keep this item nationwide drive to provide work
about three. You can be a mouse ... "( ,
in tow. for millions of handicapped persons.
if wish
I'm in
you ; no harry.
I don't know how you feel about including thousands of veterans (.f

it, but I know that many people two World wars, millions of victims
including myself, feel it's a crime I I of industrial and other types of accidents -

CLASSIFIED to waste woolen material of any I and those who are handicapped l-
kind. It's a fabric that wean ex- as a result of sickness, unease l'
tremely well; it washes and it dyes or birth.
DEPARTMENT very readily, and it can be recon- I Join in Promotion. I AC.IPl ".tall: ..' .

ditioned and used in so many ways. Under leadership of United States J Au14 ..-\ h ".,," -:*
_DOGS,_CATS_ !._PETS, ETC. that no piece of woolen or knitted Employment service Veterans' ad- ::gic-> Alar' r-: '\( .. s ''t
ESKIMO SPITZ. FOX and Rat Terrtwi, goods or garments should be discarded F al' ministration and Disabled Ameri- Trygve Lie. secret ,y gecer.-l ef '-
Shepherds.Beagles; : mixed Collie breeds Bulldogs.Pupa sent Bounds C.O.D. until you are satisfied that ., tr can Veterans, governmental and United: Xatir-ns, is r'wwn in ks$

-MOODROW- -KING.- Rt. t. P.litr. S. C. every possible use has been madeof private agencies are promoting the Forest Hillr. X. Y.. hr me in a typical -

't. .t week. Through numerous citizens' pose of an A mTican on & Sra-
FARMS AND RANCHES Woolen suits, coats, sweaters and committees information concern- day. The s'urt-'Ieeved official is

FLORIDA FARM. 60 acieS jn U. S. eo.scar skirts which you have worn for ing the physically handicapped and enjoying the Sunday comics.
Wellborn. Good soil, pecan and pear I
trees. Electricity tobacco barn lake joint years are often discarded because their abilities as workers will be -
in rear: good hoc range: one mule plenty you and your friends are so familiar '
and educationwill
corn farm toots 14.5OO cash. public '
B. Z. MOOD!. WcUesra. FU. with them that you feel they are too : be fostered. f:
---- -- old to Well don't do it without
use. Introduced during the week was
HELP WA."TED-UE.'l considering the possibilities of using the hew official "trademark" of the 0f' ;

WANTED: Union Tile Setter. S2.00 perhow. them in other ways first. selective placement program for
work guaranteed.HFI G
>ERSON. INC.. P.O. B.. Ml Sweaters of good woolen yarns physically handicapped and its slogan ....
Wen Palm Beaek FlsrKaIIGHT may first of all be dyed to give them "Hire the handicappedit'sgood
a fresh new appearance, and you'll business." AVIATION NOTES

j; find that woolens dye very easily. More than 300,000 disabled work AIRPORT CHATTER ,

JdL 1 WtJ.u.f.uM.BU. The same holds true of woolen ers, including 228,000 disabled vet William Naff is new manager'" of

skirts, coats, suits, etc. There is no erans, now are ready for work and Montrose, Colo., municipal airport

S. Sew. l8DIdd, need to rip them apart at the seams are seeking employment throughthe and representative of Monarch airlines -

unless alterations are necessary. USES, according to Robert C. A 6,000-foot runway recentlywas
Goodwin, director. Pointing out that completed at the airport and
Boil Water Slowly
T Monarch is expected to schedule
::a regular flights, commencing this j
;: The most important point to remember month. Oshkosh, Wis., will dedicate -
MORNING in the dyeing of woolensis its new airport October 13, with

'L to keep the water Just at the boil Rose beige topcoat was selectedby R W. Havemann, president of the
% ing point If the fabric is faded and designer Dorothy O'Hara for South Side Businessmen's club, in

'III,'Ii"\\''" spotty looking, it is best to remove Diana Lynn to wear in her Para- charge of arrangements. .Ogle

NCIIITor:; DAY. when your'.asleep or what color is left by one cf the mount film, "Easy Come, Easy Go." county EL, has its first airport following
on the to. MILES LITTLE PILLS- commercial preparations for this It's ample enough to fit well over dedication of the new pri-,
little"Genoa of Comfort,"nud,.TOOT purpose or the dye will not take suits, and the fabric offers warmth vately-owned Hamilton airport at q

digestive firmly *bra system you need gradually an occasional, gently, evenly. Or, if you do not want to as well as style. z Polo. The field, which already has -

lustl_ They help yon back: on the remove the color dye it black. ra 6lO drawn state and national attentionas
"sunny" aide without euddenbiastlse After the dye has been applied, a farm project is owned and

sometimes. Your clruaalat.n.caused by harsh them purfatiwa. Mlles- rinse in three clear, lukewarm wa- garment to lay on its flat stretchedout operated by Arch M. Hamilton Polo' r

Laboratories. makes them-So.you asa ters so the garment will be nice and position until it is thoroughly farmer and lawyer. It was built'
buy and take them with complete con.Bdrace. ,fluffy. Also hang the garment prop dried. primarily to serve farmers and business -
c.lrno1'101 to be used owning aircraft in the surrounding ,
; erly and straighten it out as much
when abdominal Here's What to do
pain or other symptoms >> community.
of appendicitis are present. as possible so there will be no hard GJ agricultural
Take only as deserted wrinkles to iron out. With Old Trousers GS At Eldorado. TeL. E. H. TopMe -,
Miles laboratories, Inc.. FJkhart, lad. If Dad has had all the wear he Joe Wagley; Carol Sproul and; s I

0T e eI expects to get from woolen trous- Bill Edmiston have purchased five
a I ers, and they still have wearable A T training planes, which they are

material in them, make them over dismantling for parts. Develop-'

S e a a 9s oI for his namesake. If both boy and ITS GOOD BUSINESS ment of a long-range planning
el 1 Dad are about the same size, little program for airports has been 1iYen :
--- --- --- -
00 a alteration is needed. Sometimes it the "green light" signal Jeffer-

just requires nipping in at the waist, many of them are highly skilled son, Arapahoe and Adams counties,'

: T AUTO EMBLEM I new buttons, and a lifting of the workers. Goodwin says that they Colo.
J trouser cuffs to make them fit and are immediately employable in a i.
1 ;/j ESCKAR3ED: VETERANS wearable at least for play or Satur- jobs which emphasize their abili- Unlike the city pilot who has d

rtI fMCCSED !EW..4in.IMAM. day morning chores.If ties rather than their disabilities. to leave town to find an air
1lil.HC IM cutout & (PMAMJI the trousers are in good condi- Perform Skilled Jobs. port, most farmers have sufficient -

$1.25 Postpaid PAY C 0 tion and there's a big difference in Disabled workers, for the most level land to provide their

11'1 1 r br _ae One** """-'u. I, Y.3 .. size between Dad and Junior, rip part, are veterans Who came home own landing strips. =
Rei-onduton'our old vunlens the trousers apart carefully and from the war with amputations or e .
then cut them down with a pattern. other permanent injuries and civil- CONCLUDE BREAKFASTSIdaho

After dyeing, woolen materials Faded trousers should be dyed as ian war workers involved in industrial pilots will hold their last
must be pressed before they get a described in this column before they and other accidents, according f breakfast of the year at Challis'
chance to dry thoroughly. This are recut and sewed. to the director. The handicaps October 13. The menu will feature

arsOVa saves hard pressing. Lay a clothon Good tailoring on woolen material sustained by these workers venison steaks, according to Chet
the fabric, sponge and then requires that each seam be have not impaired their capacities Moulton, state director of aeronau-
JUST A eyiw'IUCIIiAI. press on the damp spots. pressed open fully immediatelyafter to perform skilled jobs, he emptta- I tics. Recently the Idaho pilots held t
DASH IN HATrURSOR .. It's important never to press di the sewing is finished. Do this aiua. a breakfast at Gooding, with 129

SPPtAD ONROOSTSIII rectly on the wool as this will I by laying a pressing doth over the In referring to the wartime em- pilots and friends attending. Old- .

create a hard shine that is difficult seam which has been folded back, ployment record of the physically ,, est pilot registered was ChristopherP.
to remove. Always use a pressing sponge lightly and press with a handicapped, Goodwin reports that Scott 83, of Boise, who recently
cloth dampen it and press over itto warm iron. 13 per cent of the nation's industries -' learned to fly and has purchaseda
ZlIuJSu7. get a lovely finish on the goods: I employed more than a million ; plane.

A Illll Illtl III Mill If When dyeing, use a vessel large! I handicapped workers., These men, j .
RHEUMATISMNEURITIIILUMBAGO enough for the garment to be he adds "frequently excelled the CLOUDIIOPPERS REVIVED
moved around in comfortably. Ketmovmg : i Washing Sweaters output of non-disabled employees." Grounded since beginning of the

it so that !some parts do not I i A well\ kept sweater is a thingof Earn Own Way. war, the cloudhoppers of Univer-
dye than others. "Veterans and other workers who of Akron at Akron Ohio have
a+i acquire more beauty for many years if it sity ,
I is properly cared for. Wool were victims of circumstances beyond : become airborne again. Revived by
MAGIC Sweaters Need Mere sweaters particularly have a their control want. to keep i many former army and navy pilots -

t REMEDY Dye than Other flings I tendency to become shabby and their self-respect and earn their the Cloudhopper club has purchased -

Because sweaters are so very absorbent shrunken unless proper technique own way. They are capable of doing an army BT-15, the "hot
! BRINGS BLESSED RELIEF plan on giving them three ;I, is applied in cleaning it and certainly they deservethe test" ship with which the group ever
LorJ -.r.ut-....S8e eo. times as much coloring as ordinary I them. opportunity" Goodwin insists. worked. The club also plans to buya
v a Ultllst lit ilL! tUUTU. e materials. Use the same method I ; Before washing, it is wise to Discussing the problem of the Cub plane for students who do
B HI UN MM IIMtl n aU we** pa*
am mi .......atiuttau .. n.'NUH ....* ts just described for dyeing word- j draw an outline of the garment handicapped veteran Maj. Gen not want to learn to fly in so fasta
ens, and rinse in three lukewarm i OB a sheet of paper as a guide to Graves B. Erekme of the retraining ship. For ground training the or-
-- V -- -- waters afterwards. pulling the sweater to proper and re-employment administra ganization has been using the Link-
\'. 41-45 proportions after washing. tiers says: "The disabled veteran is trainer at Guggenheim Aeronautical

,-r" Whip up some thick suds of a vitally important man in our post .I institute which is connected with q

mild soap and water and dip the war economy. If the nation theI the university .
Watch YourKidneys e eaTr'
sweater in them. Squeeze the state and the community fail to

sweater gently in them, but do make suitable provisions for disabled -
/ ?
veterans the loss will be
not rub. Or let the sweater, after ,
AJJJ \ in suds. great. For wounds and injuries so
Help Them QeanM the Blood being dipped run
the of frequently are the result of leader
Harmful Body WuU through wringers the lf 1
Tear kldaaye are ....w..tiya3ooriaieast..tts washing machine after every ship and bravery that we dare not

ssiairlaiss(real UeMeodcinasL"'ta Ualr weth-ri batkidaeys I time it is dipped in the suds. Repeat lose the" services of the disabled vet

set act u Nature tnt.ed.d-daa U s.one I until the garment is clean eran.
laipwitiae Uat. U retailed buy I and bright. .
..stow Us eyscaa aad spas Us vests
bed, suaklaary.Syatptaaa nay. ke mstffBf baekicka.persiataat I Sweaters should be rinsed in at Pigs 'Hit the Bottle' r.
aasdsAa.attaekj tt t' leua ap mlfkta, 'nWa&. yiffasai is very important to remove every As Makeshift Mother
aa4r Us eyne a fseliaf at aarrsaetartsty
aa4 lose el pep eae *mcta, trace of soap. Here again, do not ARLINGTON WASH. When
OUs aloe .. kUasy er bladder eJs rub the sweater but squeezeit
ardor aNd.. baraiac.eeaaty: erla mother sow refused to raise her
fir rtmoJtling, dyeing H
*treqwat wtsaOsm. ( gently in the water until only
nine little pigs, A. R Leaquee
Than aae t4 be M 4emM that aresBMttsstaissl clean water comes out Extra
hi vfcsr thaa aelet Cee It's easy to shape and handliI t I didn't worry he just devised a
i OsWs tuna CWrt ha*.I b..es wtaaiac I moisture may be squeezed out TRAVELS IN IGLOO The
"mother. The fanner
... --. 1st ash Uaa arty ysaia.Tkey I sweaters while they're still wet, slay <.o I by putting through the wringer. new ingenious "human "
ken a aattaa'wUe .......u- i them un a flat surface and pu3 I taught the pigs to drink from a Icicle 4s-year-oU Bobby -
A a- aid fcyg a srslsi lsrta ( Now shape the sweater to the Jones, sealed Inside a W- .
gently back to heir original shape bottle and then built a rack with
lsk MetierOANS /
eeaatry erer. rear size over the form pound cake of Ice tressed J
proper you and
An old cloth may be jitd by pal,- nine bottles suspended from it The
t have made previously. Allow to easy la a batting suit, is thered
tint It gently over the sweater to pigs got the idea quickly and arc
PILLS dry fiat to sagging. aboard
I prevent a ylaaa.
I i 1 absorb excess moisture. Allot: tt e growing rapidly.


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Work to consist of *.
GLADES COUNTY I Icasion and the visits of their many ahead without abatement. If you first time at Libbey-Owens Ford tand bituminous road constructing mix pavement au i ?

friends during the afternoon made Tiaven't contributed or have been Glass Company during the war and and Incidental items. The length is\ V.

DEMOCRAT the observance complete. There missed in the search for contributors used in processes precision glass check approximately in the amount Ins miles.of IS.W.OQ A certified will ;.

MOORE HAVE. FLORIDA were hundreds of cards and telegrams be assured that you will be for bombsights, cameras, optical be required
For each proposal, '
of congratulation from instruments and prisms. certifiedcheck
given the opportunity. in the amount stated above,
Entered friends unable to attend and a made payable to the Chairman of
u second-class matter. May
I.- 1927 at the Poctofflce at Moore flock of very nice gifts from or- LEGAL NOTICES the State Road Department with teenecessary
States Documentary
Haven Florida under the Act of Expert statues
Congress of March J. 1S97. ganisations and individuals which attached, must accompany each bid
were greatly appreciated. Work Promised By All certified checks shall be certlftel
NOTICE within 16 days of the date for r.
One of the telegrams which ceiving bids Cashier check win
Published E ery Friday HT par- New Clewiston FirmDave Glades County Board of Commissioners not be accepted The checks of tk*
THE GLADES PRNTI\G CO. lae. ticularly impressed ae was from at iU regular meeting Mon- two lowest bidders will be dept.sited
CARR SETTLE. iwbnsber the city council in the town of day. November 4th. 1J4S will receive All work to be done in accordance
8eal 4 Offers for the of one with the Man. Specifications: ajkt
and manager purchase
Fayetteville W. Va., is which they Stockman owner new Huber Maintainer which It desires Special Provisions of the state ROM
had lived for many yean expressing of a new machine shop which to purchase for cash OH deliver Department. Special attention ill canto -
Subserlstl.. Ratest 9 Special Provisions which Will
with ed
the congratulations of that is opening this week in a new ). Same must be equipped
O.e Ye.. _____ $2J58U foot blade. complete with bt furnished with each Proposal.
community. building adjacent to Beck Motors standard equipment including light, Proposals will be furnished to

Moath. U I got soundly bawled oat, as in Clewiston pomises expert machine starter and hydraulic control 'Qualified this Contractors office FOR upon THE application
It is expected that the lowest substantial to SUM
did most of the men, for retiring work of all kinds as soon offer for reasonably early OF Sa FOR EACH PROPOSAL T'laus

A Great Loss to the back yard to listen to the as all of the machinery he has deliveryreserves be th accepted" right to but reject the for lay the purchased aUlD of IS from for each this set office Ko

first game of the World Series bat purchased, the greater part of it any and all b.... proposals will be issued unless requests -
1 doubt that for them are received by this
any of na were new can he installed.
"Colonel Jim" Lee. watchdog of J. E. FRIERSON. ChairmanGlades office at least 14 hours prior to the
1III8 ed. At present he will devote his County Board of Commissioners. time for opening bite
the Florida treasury for the past All bids must show total for each
efforts to light machine work and
thirteen Item and total amount of bid inserted
rears, ia dead as the re- Attest:
This week we have the first issue to expert magneto generator and D. S WEEKS. Clerk oa the cover of the propostl
Mlt suffered t
of a heart attack aWes
of the 1946-47 version of starter repairs, machinery for Oct. l1 -18 and 2 Cth The rUrht. is reserved to reject anyMia.
Tallahassee hone Sunday afternoon or all
School Base with Tracy Ange as which has already been installed
.... his. ,
editor. I was afraid that the delay Heavier machinery will include UI"TO"U: DR.U'Ii.\GB I
death ranks as a major state trag- I I TIUCT :Mmrn or Lt\Ira"\I4Is OF FLORIDA.
meant that the school column woadl large lathes, a machine for doing ...n'Tnu.U: P.LICCT"tt: :\H F. E. BAYLESS Chairman

edy.For not be carried this year and am cylinder boring and piston grinding !o11'En'I"OIc. HERNDON State Highway P. COUOWET.Engineer

Colonel Jim was recognized pleased that the school has decidedto etc. When complete he expects Oct 4-11

ai one of the most able officers keep it going. It is today and to have the best equipped shop in the The Diston annual Island landowners Drainage meeting District of

Ira the history of the state in handBag has been since its inception many the entire lake area staffed by the will be held in the court Boom of :NOTICE OF RLMCTlttX
finances. the County Court House la Moore
He was not always
years ago, a versy newsy column I most competent machinists. I
Haven Glades County Florida on 'To the Sheriff of Glades Courty. of
popular for he had encountered the and ranking very high with the Mr. stockman, who says he was Tuesda! >'. November 5, ,41., at 3:00/the the State of Florida:

ire of everyone in the state at school columns and publications I born and raised in a machine shop o'clock, P. It Be it known That I, R. A. Gray.
sometime or other from the Gov-" The purpose of the meeting is to Secretary of State of the of Florida
which come to our editorial desk. .and comes fom a long line of expert elect: one member of the Board of do hereby give: notice that a
ernor oa down when he held fast 1 machinists, was previously Supervisors to fill the vacancy I C.K.M314L KtHCTION'
to ah caused by the expiration of the term I
interpretations of the laws
As this is written ale days hare engaged in business in Detroit and of C. E. Miner. will be held in Glades County State
for collecting and disbursing state of Florida on Tuesday next succeeding
passed in October 'without any in :Miami. He served for forty-two I At such election eacn acre of land the first Monday in November A.
finances. But even as citizens cussed thing of a very -optimistic nature months in the late war as Chief in the District shall entitle the own- D. I94C, the said Tuesday being the
him for his determined attitudes er thereof to one vote in person or Fifth naT .f >.'emher
being turned up with regard to Machinist Mate with the U. 8. by proxy In writing duly signed. For United States Senator
they admired him for it, and commercial fishing continuance on Coast Guard aboard Navy destroyers. J. E. FRIERSON, For Representative of the Sixth
all felt that there would be no Chairman. Board of Supervisors.J. Congressional District of the state or
Lake Okeecaobee. I understand I M. COU8E. Sec tar>', Oct. 11-18 Florida in the Eightieth Congress eI
great waste of state tax
: monies so that one member of the Game and f When the shop work gets well the United States.
long as he stayed in the office. He For Two Justices of the Suprsm
Fish Commission tendered his resignation underway Mr. Stockman is plan NOTICE TO rO\TIC.U'TOR'-: of the State of Florida.
not be stampeded Into any shortly after the hearing ning to employ ten expert machinist OFFICE OK Tilt STATE ROAD For Two Railroad Commissioners of

action whkh he considered contrary here September 30 and there wasa *. Bob Fontaine of Okeechobee, DEIMKTJIK.NTTallahassee the State of Florida. -
to the governing laws by For State Senator for None STthl)
any report out Saturday night that and formerly of Clewiston, has Florida Senatorial District of the State ef

public official preesure group or all of the commission had resigned. been in training fo several monthsin October 1. l 4tM4IVTKV4XCK Florida.
even the state cabinet 4XD For One Member of the House oT
as was so
a report which has had no verlfl-l Miami to serve as his assistant CO>*TIUCTION PHOCHAM Representatives of the State of ....-

recently proved cation. So far there has in the new place of business Sealed bids will be received at this Ida.
For Two County Commissioner
Governor Caldwell has named a date set for a hearing on the plea office from Qualified Contractors' District Two and Four.
until 10:M A. }1. (E. & T.) on the
successor to serve until the General for a permanent injunction in circuit DO NOT KILL RATTLESNAKEDon't I 24th day of October. 194C, for the For Two Heaters or tfte County'

Election and possibly to the begin- court or if there has it was I performance of the following work Board of Public Instruction. District
ning of the new when I Slate Prsjrct Jobs *.*, o:>O -IU8a. One and Three
year an not known in the clerk's office kill a rattlesnake, pleads For Justice of the Peace In and far

elected Comptroller will take office this morning. The Governor wiredto Ross Allen of the Reptile Institute .d 070R-104. Road No (7. Glades the following Justice Districts vim

for the remaining two years of the veterans that he was asking the Silver Springs who points land Hendry Counties between MooreH None.
and Road No. %5. Work to For Constable in and for the following -
term. Let us hope that this official commission to reconsider but out that the average snake is I consist of reworking and widening Justice Itrieta11: None

and the one to }>e elected will be they've had a lot of days to think worth from $2 to |4.-Capture the an a bituminous existing lime surface rock treatment base, applying, and In Testimony Whereof ass I have her*.
unto set laY hand affixed the
as forthright and feerless in ad- things over and. the outlook for a critter and phone, write or wire I dressing shoulders. The length is ap- Great Seal of the State of Florida, at.

ministration of the duties of the change of face there is not to op- him. Venum is needed for medicaluse. : !proxlmatelv 5.Ml miles A certified Tallahassee, the Capital. this the first
office check in the amount of $3o0u.00 willbe day of September. A. J1!<. I94C.R. .
as was "Colonel Jim.
timistic. The industry is now at a t required.
Slate rrsjrrf. Job >.. eye-te'f.. GRAY.Secretary '
standstill and will not be able to I A. .
Road No %9. Glades County betweenpoint of State
stand too long a delay. More than 240 different special a approxtraiit\' 0.5 mile southwest To Hon :I. J. Wiggins.
of Kis'tmfnve RIver and a mint
MANDE'1INGSBy. Sheriff Glades County
And while discussing this it machines were developed for the 'approxirrmtrlv l.t53 mile southwest
Sept to Oct. 25, 4S -:
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well have to vote on some more
There were great doings out at constitutional amendments similarto

j Mother and Dad's place Sunday afternoon -. the one which: created the game

and their observance of' and fish commission. Better start

-tC their sixtieth wedding anniversary studying that bunch of legal word Dave

was everything which could have play now running in this paper to

been hoped for., We didn't' manage determine whether or not you wishto
# StockDlan'SMachinery
to get all of the family together vote "yes" on theae. Frankly I

? this time but there were enough haven't studied them well enough

here to make it a very happy oc- vet to give an opinion but the I Repair

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c- 0 G G C 0 C-.c+c COO C 0 COO eGO 0 0 0 G GOO 0 GOO ----
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and flanked by white tapers in More Nurses Will Be years with special qualification
-1 crystal candelabra. !ire. Julia Bur-: will be considered. I
dette of Mount Hope W. Va Needed
a. At Army Nurses
returning to duty are ad"vised
Mice of )Ir.
I presided at to bring along their favorite
and SOCIETY the punch bowl Homemade'ake Hospitals By Nov. 30 civilian clothes as they may bet
was also served :
worn during off-duty hours. Applications -
Sue Settle $
" ,; a granddaughter hid ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 9-At least may be made in person or;

vb ..-t. .......,..._._. ._._._._.._._ .... . . _ charge of the guest book 40 former wHl be by letter addressed to Lieut. Old
Army nurses
;.yoxXeo:rriirirr5ti+rr5 3,,,,:-.e h tirb-0 Many lovely gifts and hundreds '
: Agnes A. Maley, Nursing S<<*....
Rev. and Mrs Gail Smith of cards and telegrams needed by November 30 at Army
wer e Al Sturgis of Naples spent were recelved ,:Medical Division Headquarters
, "v visitors IB Sarasota on Friday. Thursday congratulating the couple' hospitals in the seven Southeastern
night here business.irgfals .
Seventh Army Atlanta 3, 0.._.
on this happy occasion. '
|states if the approximately .125

Ma. H. C. Keeaaa and v Mrs George Sturgte and >>n. J. Among those from out of town soldier patient continue to receive
were vfattor in Fort Myers MOB 1W.. Cram attending the observance :' I.Vox
Thursday were:
I proper Lieut. I'lJOnrCTs INC., will tI'aIR
: care according to
day alit sad Tuesday |a week's mat Ia Birmiagbam, Ala Mrs Burdette Mrs Nannie Brattoa, !'
Col. .
-- Agues \ Maley, Chief Nursling women to ara $!." and aura
a slater of Mrg Settle', I
aad lb.
"; .... J. c. Swtndall j, Semite, Headquarters Seventh per hour representing oar prodBOu.
Timed Mi.
and Mn. J. D. Qaeatia left and Mrs P. D. Bratton of Blue-
;.> as* Bt*. O. M. I Army. Start now to build customer UK
Phillips ia Maple i iI I
Saturday field,
night for a visit with hit! Va. F. C. Settle, a SOB
Car ft* week..... Oa that date 40 nurses will become -: for Chriataus Women BOW esaployed -
i !I
ia of
.: Barents Uaioa City, Tenn Pryor Okla.; Mr. mad Mrs.
I i need aot apply Write Mra.Roxie .
eligible for separation, due to
S t
Chasm W. Ryaa as* *..,. Boyer wCharles W. Ryan of Minneapolis, Belle pott wood Glade Burr II...and. Burr soa. a Billy grandniece of.I I I the statements they have signed I Smedley. 227 Southern BMU

:=-t:: weft vftltan In Tawloan... is speadiag a vacation here, of Mr ."'.; Mrs. Kate and mast he replaced. Colonel Mal West Palm Beach, Fla t

:' pay wttk his mother. Mra. Florence HKjraa. McLaughlin, Miss Dorothy MeLaughlia -I ey said. A tonaer Army Bane may I
re- ater the service with the same
p and III,.. Russell Uader- FOIL SALE 2 bedroom ......
.... B. C. Clauses of Arcadfa a __ lam of Fort Myen Mr. rank she held immediately prior
; sad Mrs
, I to her the furnished; 10% acres 01....
<. was vWtta Mr. Clansea hire MM Mrs separation from Army
:- J. S. Willingham retuaedthle B. T. Vorhees and SOD, Boyd of
partly leaced, 3 milk cows, 1
day aDd she must sign np for 24
week from visit canal Point Mn. I
a of several ; Keatbley Bowtrai -
calves i" chickens mile east
months unlimited of ODe
or an length
'. weeks with relatives is sea idea and SOB, Kay, aDd .... W. C. I! Moore
of Haven. Priced ,-
at f5500
Mr. and MM. W. time in the reserve
L. Bellamy let t T..... Nail of Cle..toa.l'II.l'III I
.On. L. D. Carr. Moore
Friday to sped a few day wit It General standards which all returning -

.' Mead* *. Leeekmrg.Mr. Prt. Willis A. Bishop, who has U tElillCE.1T nurses must meet are no Fla Up

; ; been spelling a easqtle of weeks I..Ilill'OIiT; dependents under 14 yean of. age. I
<;;J amf Mra. A. O. Howdeahel I ''taurtoogh with his parents has physical qualifications for general ,
-'c were ........ visitors ta Port My- returned to Maxwell Field. Ala., There will be preaching service duty preferably under 34 years of'

-';: era Saturday.Mra. where be is BOW stationed. at Big Bear Beach Chapel, Lake- age sad uamarried Those over ::4< 1j

: port this Sunday, October 13,
\.1 F. W. Aage and sass wen P Mr. and Mrs B D. Lyons Jelllay 194. at 8:00 p. m. Everyone isavited j t FLAME a3s STALISS 00'4000'TJ-aoots
ta Arcadia Monday and Mat Sunday morning for a vacation trip 'the door and ask for a ....dout' err M .r. r.r
: 111.... to the CaroUaas. They were then made to work for
They will first Dr. C. E. Gericke will be the
4 their box the duties including, di&hwashing -
visit their :
daughter, Evelyn wkLarry
o guest speaker for the evening ia
Mrs. Fcaacea dusting floor lCR"'iDg-1:
Hardy MIl b
ia school at
Charleston S C. the absence of Rev. D. C Hancock.
b4 laft Wadaoday to speed seven:I and will continue oa. to their form I even mowing of lawns. '!

Lfi;!{ day te Frt Lauderdaie. er home. in Tryon, N. C. IIOUO \IITV KNJO1KI: Dancing was also enjoyed to the OMIT >. M T

k y I nv sornoMoiii CL.\S- music of a record player recently i t 22* AEROIL PRODUCTS CO.

Mack Greene left Taeadar morn Mn Kate McLaughlia. Miss purchased by Miss Rush for the use i

iag to speed three days ta Tampa.II'Dorothy McLaaghlia aad Mrs. Russell Members of the Sophomore classof of the class and her own enjoyment. '5718 Park Ate.: A\. New York, X.Y.

r oa hailMas. Underhill the local high. school
of Fort liven, where were entertained --------------------
----- Sunday to attend the observance Tuesday night with a hobo I '
"y.- Mr. aad Mrs. Fred Flaaderi { of the sixtieth wedding anniversary party given by their sponsor, Miss Special SundayDinner -

;j;;: war In Orlando Saturday after. of. Mr. and Mrs. C. II Della Rush. I Plate Lunch Southern
Xi. MOB aad Sunday on boaiMM.Mr. Settle. An interesting feature was that Chickenand

': ------ food boxes were left at various Frieda&d
Choice of meat
' '" and >Ir.. Harry Shields aIM!l Mr. and Mra. Lew Davis of St homes and the couples assigned to

'h-4. hale In Bayonne, N. J., after an i Petersburg visited old friends here these boxes were made to knock at Yellow Rice Chicken

;,;'- the weekend with Mr. aad M n. OB Wednesday. Mrs. Davis will be 2 Vegetables Choice of 3 i

.- Mack Gwne. remembered as Mrs. J. E. Lee woperated FIRST MKTHOIHST CI1UPCIIW. Ice Tea or Coffee Vegetables

-' r a restaurant of statewide S. Bowman, Minister

.. Mrs. Gladys Stalls returned Saturday fame in the Cone. building a few 75c $1.25
L from Tampa Municipal H OM 55c
years ago. ? Church ScbooV-10:00.
r.' pit al where she had been undergoing Morning Worship-11:00. Drink and Dessert '

:>': treatment, for tea days. Mrs. Elisabeth Delete, Mr. and Youth Fellowship Tuesday evening THE DINNER BELLGood
:: Mrs. T. H. Dooley and Mrs Ray -7:00.(
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Leslie and Foerst, left last week for their We invite! you to make the Methodist }Food Good St'nkt.--'ind Out For YourselfHOMOGENIZED w

Mr. and Mra. George Sloan and home in Bayonne, N. J., after an Church your church home while

Patricia spent Monday night in extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. In Moore Haven. Our creed is the

Weat Palm Beach. Dill Muller Mrs. Detefe is Mrs Bible, our faith is Christ, our hope

Multer'0 mother and Mrs. Dooley a Is in God and our spirit is love. "I

-. .. lrkyaud )IrL Boyd T. .Vorh ea&d .... ;... .;;. was gJad when they said unto me,
Mn, Boyd, Jr.. of Canal Point et usgo into the House of the Lord." jY

vteKed frteads here Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Brattoa and _

s on. Y Mn. Nannie Bratton of Bluefield, }IRS T 1UITIS.T CHUIICH VITAMIN 'D' MILK

Va., nephew and sister of Mrs
Mra. Koathley Bowden and son,/'W.I H. Settle, arrived Saturday to Ht'v.ail ';Smith Ia.owrSuDday

Kay sad Mra. 1>r, C. Nail of Ctewlatoo -'j attend the observance of }lr. and School at 10):00 And Other Alfar Products

were visitors here Sunda |I Mrs Settle sixtieth wedding an- Mack Greene, superintendent.O'cloek'i L

afternoon. nirersary They were aecompanie hy Harry Pogleaong of Mttllia W. Evening Worship. 8:00 p. m. t

V.I.i who, with Mr Bratton will Prayer Meeting Wednesday e\en-I GROCERY AND
nJ\ u the fishing ia this area for a"n I lag at 8:90. I
< ,1 t,. of weeks You are cordially invited to attend -
all these services Your presence ., DRUG STORELFA :t

FIS111NG \isiToiis is needed and we urge that you 7t
come and :worship with us I

sRh r J':sinng; visitors duriag the past
\i, 'k at Williams Fishing and Till ClllltCH OF GOD
Hi'itmg Camp include Mr. and

flHoben Morris of BTadenton, This church gives you a hearty
Finn C. Taylor of Tampa aad invitation to. attend these services
Sun.. and Mon O i i J 1 4
Tlovd C. Young of Coral Gables Sunday School-9:45.
OIH Sunday Morning!: Worship 11'00
I Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla and
r.uouivu IP"Oail Many Attend Open ;Sunday: Evening Serviie 7 4i ,
Russell. Dianna Lynn Where everyone i ill wrlnnuMr West Palm Beach Fla.
House On Sixtieth Ont'1 Seals Ta-t"r
Mach Time-News I I I Young pM'pl!. ', r.rru i- \y< ine3-! i :

Wedding Anniversary day it 7 'to< :,

Taetl. &: Wed.. Oct. 15-16 I t

Mr. and Mrs Charles Henry su. => -' .< -.
i, M
\\KI.L GKOOMK1J IMtlUK"OUTla : : : T
tie entertained between seventytine -
De Hrriiland, Kay Miiiand !
) and a hundred guests at open I
!;house last Sunday afternoon from EVERY MECHANICin
Cartoon ;I three to six at their home in hoI -
ervancv of their sixtieth wedding;
Fri. and Sat Ort 1" 11I anniversary Many out -of town our
friends were included In those calling -

"ST\C.K JlM V."CHlMxON .t.',0.\(1.\ lit' The during rooms the were afternoon attractively d..>.. Repair DepartmentHolds

orated with crotoas and Yarrow

I (.IIOST XI), U" ;: garden flowers The cut ftla: ,,c

I launch bowl was centered in a table A CertificateOf
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I Vaudeville Had a Brief

p.;:., r ovND, e Life Span of 72 Years

.. Vaudeville was introduced IB
,- ,, I Russian Element this country about I860 and +dM

... I Friendly unofficially in 1932 when its sUasl..

hold New York's Palace uneaten
Wrap a strip of adhesive tape When ironing sheets and table- discontinued it and became a

picture frame wire exact- cloths place a card table in front Holds Out Hope for Peace movie house says Collier's. The

Eound the center. This will keep of your ironing board. This will brevity of its existence resulted

from slipping and always catch the sheet or tablecloth be- chiefly from the policy, maintained -

hold the picture in place. fore it falls to the floor and get for decades by a few indueutial .

-.- soiled. I By BAUKIIAGE managers of refusing to allow .

Before applying patching cement -ea News Analyst and Commentator. successful acts to be changed.

\p stucco wall-be sure to dampen An iron heats more rapidly than Consequently for 50 yean Mo.

ballL it cools. With that; fact in minde WNU Senice. 1616 Eye Street X.W., Russia would participate egtaaU, Intyre and Heath played their familiar .

start out with fabrics that require I Washington. D. C. with the rest. The intention 01 the "Georgia Minstrels" sketch

Part leftover mashed potatoes low temperatures and progress to WASHINGTON, D. C.-"America United States was firmly stated. and for 30 years Victor Moore

In ordinary water glasses. To rethose that require higher ones. Ar- has no foreign policy"! There would be union of British and played the part of a ham Yards

heat, remove the potatoes from range dampened clothes in the That is one of thje bromides which I Americans presumably the French, : ville actor in a sketch which ironically

the glass and the mold thus laundry basket accordingly with has always been popular among and the Russians too if they ceo- Leas called "Change Your

formed is ready to be sliced into those that come first placed en .; critics of govern- ._ m_ sented. If the Russians refused the Act." or "Back to the Woods."
potato cakes. top. ment. don't- r United States would go ahead with

know on what the the plan but it would not slam the

remark is based.If door on Russia
NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS we haven't any We are to be friendly but we must

I foreign policy today be firm. That is what makes negotiations When 9

then mw so difficult. To convince the yourlittle
Hand-Knit Sweaters Are Smart : hundreds of U! a- I "haters" we mean what we say
lands of words the United States must state its de-
16, 13 Included, send 39 cewts to oata fol one
cisions firmly and emphatically, out
5315S743 each pattern your name, address and have been expended
: ; pattern number. in comment line exactly what we will do and
.ttiw. t will not do what will
4vs on notlJng. ; we permit catchescold
SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK!; While the re- Russia to do and not do. Our
goal Well St. Chlcag. 7, m.Enclose .
20 cents for PatternNo cent Byrnes-Wal- firmness has to depend on our
lace controversywas words. We cannot use force, be-
raging I cause we have not the force available -

Name spent many hours Baukhare to use.

Addns trying to find out This, however, does not mean we do what most
J what our foreign policy toward Rus- cannot succeed because I am optimistically -i Tonight. do to relieve miseries

SAl sia was supposed to be, and if so, assured the Russiansare of children's colds:
why. I shall report as nearly as I weaker than we are. Although Simply rub warming,soothing -
Beware Coughs can what I have heard. The report their military forces on the continent Vicks VapoRub on
will not be in the formal languageof I of Europe are stronger than 1 throat chest and back at

frog colds diplomacy in which we have I, those of the Allies it is believed bedtime.Results are so good
commoa that the Russians lack the I because VapoRub's
been told words are used to conceal economic special

That On thoughts. I report it, compressed physical or moral strength to en- I relief-bringing action starts
Hang of course but as nearly as gage in a major war and they know instantly and keeps on

Creomuldaa relieves promptly: bo- possible in the phraseology used that in the long run the rest of the working tor hours during
cause it goes right to the seat of the by gentlemen who ought to know world can develop a greater power. the night while the child
,yfrff trouble to help loosen ddaatfiteto what they are talking about. Politically they have not the in sleeps Often by morning
': : m laden phlegm, and We start with the not-too-startling fluence either to risk withdrawalfrom most misery of the cold is
soothe and heal raw tender, inflamed gone.Remember.Mother...
tfr ss. the United Nations.
trJ" ti bronchial mucous mem revelation that American negotiations They
1. branes.Tell your druggist to sell yon with Russia are complicatedand know they could not take a sufficient sure you get the one and
a bottle of CreomulMnn with the understanding difficult number of other nations out only Vicks VapoRub.

you must like the W&7" They are complicated because it with them and thus withdrawal
Quickly allays the cough or you are
T;+t to have your money back appears the approach must be made would mean ostracism and threat
from the rest of the world. This the
CREOMULSIONfor along two separate paths each leadIng -
to a separate Russian group. Russians know as well as we do. Gas on Stomach

> t Colds B roncnira They are difficult because there Balm...ta S auautM er deals,aw MOM back
_. unusual obstacles in the Leave Door Open ak.s.x taaack add CUM t.mtsl.toOMtlaiatft -
-- -- are put .es us..Semeus.dhe.rt w..---..
way of the diplomat especially our For CoOperationIs trmbs the f--circ edidess asows tee
WORDTOTHEWISEJo hi.uo..ie 6.s.
"I representatives in Moscow; obstacles there hope My informants an- T.b.eu. Ne *. Belt-vat Mags eoolort la:
guided by the urn St. BOO*Ucfc e.ntm.t ........
Li Joseph to quality (peed, which I am assured, must swer yes, but it will be a long haul. tfa.r -
and oonomy. 12 todet; be encountered at close quarters to This Is why: Russia cannot fighta
'MUST in every college girl's lOc G.t St.Joter])Mina.F be appreciated.The -
A major war for five or ten year
wardrobe is the smartly tailored I --- -
two groups since neither is I I She might seize all of Europe temporarily
hand-knit sweater in bold homogeneous nor closely identifiable -
but she realizes she could I
bright or dark shades. The sleeve- l might better be referred to as not hold it, that she would be defeated -
less version is easy to knit and is two elements. One comprises that in the end.
snugly form fitting-the two illustrated j great indefinable and inarticulate
It would take five to ten years for
can be worn with skirts or body roughly classified as "the Russia to build a force strong
clacks and as added warmth iuvder Russian people. Americans who
enough to a war Meanwhile
suits and topcoats. I' have spent some time in Russia and America hopes and believes that if
F '
e e who have enjoyed such contact ass
the door of co-operation is left open,
To obtain complete knitting instructions t permitted with the Russian people
and if by example, the haters see
for the Side-Buttoned Sweater Pattern Cushion life's walk
No. 5315) aDd for the Slacks-and Shorts I i, 4 say they are devoted to their that co-operation will benefit Russia,
; Sweater (Pattern No. 5743) sizes 12. 14. country with a Spartan loyalty sensitive not hurt her, internally and eternally with SOLES as well as

--I to its shortcomings, proudof then either the haters will

Tin !' its achievements. change their policy, or the other heels by
First World War 7 I
Many in this group, especially friendlier element will force themto

I As Large as 901 Others .CALOX those who have met Americans do so. O'SultfvaitBuy ..RI
change like us. AIL want to know more This does not mean there will bea
about us. For example they de-I revolution in Russia. The loyalty
Tbe 902 major wars that oc- for the tonic el/ed
vour the big propaganda
curred in the world between 500 i to the present system or the powerto
B. C. and 1918 A D. were "meas- on jour smile magazine "Amerika" printed in enforce loyalty is too great. Butit
their language and distributed by
that American
Harvard means statesmen
ured not long ago r ficifnt Colas K'Ul'kI'U'6l1'CJya; distrib-
our embassy. Formerly we
by such factors as the number of \ feel they can hold back tile non-
countries, combatants and casual- 1 Helps remove fins..briOI out uted 35,000 copies. Later we were co-operators without risk of war until .
ties involved; and the analysis all the natural lusue of your permitted to increase the printingto Russia is convinced that site can
50,000 copies. It is estimatedthat
more through
disi losed that the First World war 2 A special ingredient in Calox co-operative
a hundred Russians read each
methods than by force of
was seven times as large as the encourage nguLjr massage... copy of Amerika; it is blackmarketed armsS I
901 others combined, reports Collier's. *bicb: bass tome effect oa gums
..helps* make them tern and at a high price and read to tat- Mechanical Typewriter ,
Tone smile..with
rosy. up four
A similar analysis of the recent Cabs ters.This group admires and respects Latest InventionIf

World war would probably show' Male se jamtta Mcketa I..W :a*e mechanical know-how, our industries -I there had been a word.eount-

that it was about four times as ; IIJ rws eJ Obr.Ke ir.t k.w t.r our technical skills. Officially ing device on my typewriter, I

large as the First World war. | there has been no propaganda to would not be writing this end-piece -

--- ---- cry down American achievement in now. But it is just as well authors U. S. Savings Bonds!
the production fields, but rather exhortations haven't adopted these wordom ers

Now-sweeter to emulate aad surpassus. or they might find their thoughts being

r' regimented.
The typewriter has already ad-
tastier bread with 1 Soviet Officials vanced far in its evolution. Tb're

:i Hate AmericaThe is now a typewriter for tbe Chinese mm
FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH I with their 5.400 (belie ve-rt-or-njt)
ether Russian element which:
characters. It
s a product of the
A ttraritc household aat eptk finest
we have to consider and with whichwe
miracle working International Business tog and Emmet far M year*--ifanfertTs
deal directly is composed of tbe Machines corporation But it BALSAM OF UTRXH It contains
leaders the party bureaucrat, the relieve the sad
is no miracle for IBM which builta soothing gums to soreness
secret police. They hate America ache oIusedS strained mutclc.
gadget used at the Nuernbeig trials Takes the sung and itch out of time
with almost incredible hatredTheir
an whose dial I we could tvnto J welds,insect bites,oak and Ivy pouoo--
attitude is so extreme that it produce with equal fluency E,,. sh. tap mod and sun two -fc.fi"g and
does not seem real; it appears to French Russian chapped skin. Its antiseptic actxn sail -
or German regardless the danger of illfectiaG whenever the
be prompted by a policy ratter
YEAST ol what language was be- skis is cut at broken.
than a normal human emotional ing spoken. Of course bun-dii beings Keep a bottle handy for the minor
reaction. fmilrr of kitchen and UUIKJJ. At
C- r lightning translators are yoor draggat trial *a bottle 35 ;
If either of these two 'elements cogs in its works The Nuernberg household sue 65;; ccr v4tiy sue $Ln.Q. .

existe-1 aloe it would be simpler I trials lasted too long as it \\*;-but .C. HANfORD MFO.CO.fyrteuws It Y.
to establish a line of procedure. Bat, Sol maker: of
they would have lasted four times
informant each element _.
my points out, -
as long if it hadn't been for IBM.
requires a separate and different I
I understand a typewriter being
approach since the two coo- Qls
perfected into which lIn. rrh
tradict each other. which you tr. obligingly types the words you
It's so easy to bake delicious, smooth-textured loaves : Because the only visible hope for speak with no manual effort on yow

i, an understanding with Russia de- part. How, I wonder nou'.a: this; .
if use Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast. This fresh
you pends on the semi-friendly group recording typewriter spell: If you ---

yeast b fun-strength. It goes right to irk to help you : nothing must be said or done in our spell the word "house" on the ordinary One of the best borne to
i relations with the other (now in
best baking results time keyboard it comes out thai
get I power), which would make it seem way h--u.I-e. But if the machine BUIlDUP
that we are building a wall against operated by iOUDd.Uhouse"
AT insist depending
Russia. That impression would alienate where
on the
Fleischmann's actiit fresh Yeast. The any potential sympathy the born might come out speaker"ha-ows"1 was 110 BLOODU
cake with the familiar yellow label! Dependable semi-friendly ones might feel for us. "idea" might appear as "idear"; rOIl lack BLOOD-IRON

-America's favorite for over This dual approach was exemplified For my part I should be very happy Ton girls aad vomea wba suSer Mtrom

70 years. rg aa + by the Byrnes speech callingfor if a gadget were invented whit stmpla sAetal* ttat rWn psJa,
the unification of Germany under would speD better than vsak, "tfraggad our tills mar De Co*
my typewriter >
to lack of blood-lrea. Bo X.
try Lydia
t11v. tit INUtJ 4Zt7i14.jJ a single government, with all : can or even if the gadgel t Piaktm's T.t.BUT8-o of VIe M
J four occupying countries acting together would produce a synonym now and hoE Wes to TO&vpnft blood..to
as co-directors of the whole. then after I bad repeated the sam lUG pace PJtUuta'g Tafilru m MMtt
er Ttttett Woo4-troa tO&Ui: TOT
.J"r Byrnes made the proposal inclusive. shopworn word three times. .* tart At a3 orugetafee -

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?':' THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS Released by Western KCVSMDCT Union. :Beleesed toy caesura Newspaper AlGD. 2. What portion of the earth 1. Stone. .
surface is still unexplored 2. About It per cent of tie

A PAIN IN THE NECK PRACTICAL POLITICS FULL By VIRGINIA VALE 3. What was the real name of earth's surface, or 1OIllll188 ;

OF HEART-BREAFiL\G EVENTS PAT O'BRIEN says he's all '' George Eliot, the author 1 square miles.

i What's become of the old-fash- playing THERE the ARE INCIDENTS in up as a movie pro- 4. What are ying mailears"? 3. Mary Ana Evans.

feoed American who wanted more tics that game be of practical poli- ducer. "I've just finished co- 5. What is the Rosetta stone 4. Planes equipped to baadle '
may extreme
wwk? The fellow who was out to 'Crack i 6. What seven tons ef mail with sailing
'f for the outside observer, but which producing Up' (he great orator of ancient
.' iaerease his business The man who represent real tragedy for a participant also co-stars In the RKO picture i times trained himself to speak tables letter racks, etc. There I
sated to hold his customers* with Claire without stuttering by holding peb- is room for three clerks to work
:" Have you tried to get anything i iiaoe Such an incident occurred at the and bles in his mouth while talking to 5. Key to the ancient Egyptian
-:= : lately? Have you needed a Democratic national convention Herbert Marshall), "and decided the ocean* language. 'I

'l.: paperhanger, a painter, a plumber, held at San Francisco in 1920 The it would be my last be- 7. In what, year was the Dominion I 6. Demoeth eses. k

; H electrician a mason or even then Secretary of Agriculture, Mer- cause, for one thing, you lose a lot of Canada established? 7. In 186T.
Mnebody to cut the lawn If so, edith attended that convention as i of good friends. I had parts for six II

!: ,w know what we're drmng at a delegate from Iowa. President actors, and about 200 of my actor I"

,< Wilson hoped for the nominationof friends asked for those six parts." Practical Corner Dressing Table
Hothing seems to startle a busi- Besides teaching him what
Gabs product
;.% naas man like the prospect of someoa loyal member of the Wilson cabinet a, lag a picture means, "Crack-Up" With Triple Mirror Is Easily MadeBy "II

.: ....... "Can you do it right Secretary Meredith was for the gave him a new kind of role; ho
s sway dead' has become a phrase from President's choice for the nomina- playa a lecturer and highbrow art Ruth Wyeth Spears
; a JaDguage.hImnediately"
: tion, but he could not vote for Mc-
:: ban. become the most futile word in Adoo. The Iowa delegation was voting R $AJ OF 36. that you can sit up close to fee

English. "Soon" is almost as mean- "unit mils and the entire Iowa inrNOOo s"siF u .aA.ss triple mirror.It .

..... vote was consistently and continu- is easy to make tram a tlkt -sus.
"- -S- ally for Cox. Ira cur inch square of ptjncood which: afeo PO
Gate Tides the material for the w.M overhead
.; every community was
An outside gallery extended ar: d to sftett.
fall of alert
proprietors FRONT OiTAeIE .
three sides of the great comen', )n
of their own businesses, This practical idea Is described mart
aM eager for customers. You hall, but as it offered no opportunity futty ID SEWING Book a wftdck ciao coo
from which to see or witness vo talcs iflutrated UreetioM lor ass tee
could get the pipes fixed, the LFSMA4 RArsROD thirty other things to make fory..t been.
convention activities, it was not frequented AeopJ'ofBcaalt' may lie nirttfcirrl
walls AND
papered, the porch repaired ._, RWoa4
Tiring of the noise and '- R FRONTs sending lie wtft name aid address diVKS.
.. the roof shingled and the ; red to:
monotony of the many roll calls, I
lights time.
wandered up a stairway leading to w I! ECTH WTETH SPEAKS
that outside gallery. At the top of .. Bedford Ribs X T. Driver !-
Today these same people 4... "
very put
the stairway I found Secretary 5R1 Enclose IS cents for Book No. S.
:: M a sourpuss at your approach, I
Meredith. He
was wailing I
frze if you enter the office and soundly spanked boy and the tears L IF YOU are having trouble seeing NaastitWUINT
register a complete lack of interest
the back of your smart new AiSdr-u
were rolling from his I feared
if you start telling them that you he had been the recipient of some hairdo here is a dressing table
t re in a Jam and want something heart-breaking In that solves the problem. It fits I'
news. a sympathetic PAT O'BRIEN
into a corner and is so designed
mood I asked what the trouble -
might be. authority attached to
a big mu-
plumber tells the help, when '
the Alone rings, "If it's an old customer "I am a member of the Pres seum. To develop the plot, some 'Continuous' Track ?

hang up." The electrician ident's cabinet," he said be- conspirators try to drive him in Since the Central railroad of

exclaims "You mean this year!" tween sobs. "He wants )Ic- sane-as if that co-producmg assignment Georgia installed the first section d? promptly relieve couch of

when Mrs. Trooksey phones and Adoo nominated for President. I weren't enough to drive of welded or "continuous" trackin

; says-: "All my lights are out! Will am a delegate to this conven O'Brien nuts! : 1930, sixteen other roads have CHES1CODSf

I. you please come over and fix them" tion. I want to vote for the man I laid varying lengths of it Yet the
-e.- my chief favors and they will "White House, latest of RKO't total length of welded track in this

Your chimney collapses and not let me. They cast my vote "This Is America" series, bringsus 'I country today is less than one hundred fJ
you for Cox." the history of the White House, mIl:.. _
: rash to the mason. There's
from its erection: to the presentThe I
My reading a book. She looks up Those secretarial tears were not -
executive offices shown !I II
are ai
: after the book begins to bore her. of grief they were tears of wrath.
I wefl as the rooms which the casual i ii
You tell her you have a chimney The secretary was crying: mad. Tome i visitor I
: emergency and would like to get the a rank outsider the incidentwas sees. ,
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DOM Her expression tells you humorous. To that loyal cabinet I

"Ha\en't you heard? Mr. Spinel- member it was stark wrath- The daring stunt pilot who landI I.
tragedy. It illustrated ed a giant transport plane on a spot
I oo isn't interested in new chimney arousing
4..... troubles.. He has a waiting list" the kind of thing that can and fre between towering trees, to rescue I f
, -5- quently does* happen in the gameof Gary Cooper from a tight fix in I

, 1 The water pipes spring a leak: practical politics. "Cloak and Dagger/ was Paul i
Manta, who won the Bendix trophy
loa phone your old friend Gus Hof-
oagle, who was your first plumber. NO G.I. BILL OF RIGHTS race from Van Nuys to Cleveland. I

You have been giving him your FOR SPANISH WAR' VETS a few days later. you pack it in a pip -or roll it up

work for years. Good old Gus Ilofaagle. WHAT A DIFFERENCE between -:*-- la papers-the tobacco that means nor

wars! Less than half a century ago They're demolishing Tara han, pleasure U rich, mild PRINCE ALBERT -

"Gus, there's two feet of waterIn we had war with Spain. It was and all the other "Gone With the --

the living room, I'm sinking," nothing big as wars go. The battle Wind" sets that have been more or W ::
of Manila bay a fight in the Carib- (less a permanent part of Pathe's ,
you say. .
"What Is the name again?" asks bean and the land battle cf Siboney (9 acres since 1938. On the foundation I FOR.FoRT ii
m Cuba represented about all the will be erected a New England; I

Gus.You have to spell it for him. He fighting there was to it Mea were village,representing Concord: Mass.,. PIPE COMSMOKIIJ6,

says languidly that there are 18 not drafted for service in the armed for Sekmck's "Little Women." AND rA o ortlER

flooded living rooms ahead of you forces. Personnel of both army and -.t--: rH R UK!

and that be couldn't possibly get navy were volunteers, who were Right on top of the success of roB"COO : 1.

around to an old reliable customer in either for adventure, or for pa- Columbia's "The Jolson St ry" LBRt "

before Christmas Eve. triotic and good citizenship reasons. comes another announcement of PRINOE E roN6UA ,
--- The GI Joe of that war received $13a 20th Century Fox's plans fcr sy t oN l
month. There was no allowancefor "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her ARAND .
And You
carpenters can get \'AYS .
and the kids. If Now based the life ,4" rSti94KE
only as far as "One of my front Mary they received on and songs
rtairs needs a ." before be pulls anything, it was all or such of Joe Howard. It'll be in technicolor # .t

his while bead and neck in like a part of Joe's $13 a month as he and if it runs true to form
turtle aDd sent to them. Joe's eats consistedof will bear a slight resemblance to !
starts backing away
: salt pork and beans, bard tack reality. June Haver, Martha Stew- i
across country.
and coffee, with occasionally a bit art, Reginald Gardner Mark Stevens I

This "Customers- -are such pests" of half-spoiled canned beef Richard Haydn, Vanessa : e *Tv smoked Prince Albert in my pipe for yean,"uys

attitude is sweeping the country. Joe was allowed some clothes, Brown and Charles Brown are in I James H.CLfford,above."PA.U area comfort smoke

Only this morning we watched a but if he needed more than the the cast -mild sad always good tasting." ,

[ waitress in a chain restaurant perform rules called for he bought the --*-
So fir Mirth Tickers has been QMwCS.ML2AYcT0
in the 1916 pattern. She glared others from the QM. When it
t teen on the screen only in "The
all Joe paid off
F at you as you took: a table; she put: was over was "
Big Sleep, in which she steals certain
on a "Dare give me an order" up to the day he was discharged
and provided with a day scenes she's bad featured
expression; she took: it down reluctantly -
roles in "The Man I Love" "That
and when she returned after coach ticket back to his home.
hour she slammed the food i The Joe of that war did not get Way with Women" and "The Time,
an or so
the Place and the Girl, none of
terminal leave he
r in front of yon and seemed to say any pay
"m teach customers not to comein could not go to college at goveminent which have been generally re
f this twice!" expense; be did not leased. Now she's costarring In
draw $:0 a week until be could "Love and Learn. Around War-

What's come over people Are find a Job; he did not get paid ner Bros. they say she's likely to $ M q
be a star before the public gets to
\ for vacations he had not had. E
they a& sore doing what they are
know her.Ralph .
And i Some (0 years after that war
icing We pause for a reply.
insult! was over, if he was still alive,
we expect an
the government gave him a pension Edwards can't be surewhat
that would keep him out win happen on "Truth or Con

Juvenile Delinquency, of the poorhouse. As I remem- sequences" in the future. A few

Didja Say? ber those Joes of 1898, they did : years ago, by remote broadcast, he I
not feel that they had been had a young man carry out his consequences I
There will be a national conference -
abused. : from a street corner just
on the control of- esshaU ti few blocks from the NBC stu- .I

jovesile delinquency in Washington AS A TAXPAYER I resent the> dies but last winter he did a twoi :
month. President Truman
next expenditure of money I pay as taxes i way overseas broadcast to Tokyo: :
bas declared that "juvenile delinquency for the purpose of propagandizing; the contestants were GJ.S stationed I

is of serious" concern to the me in the interest of any political[ there. On a 1942 show a man i -X lib the way Prime

allele country, and AttorneyGeneral party, any group, or any department looked for a needle in a haystack II AIbert'a cat,-says DaTidL
Tern dark who has called the! of government I want t the IMS version sent a contestant White.atara'FasLtg

conference says 500! delegates from: tLe unadulterated facts, cot the misleading to the Arctic Circle, by.plant and I aDd maJPt too.av:4 .-
43 states will "pool their forces to dog-sled to search for of
or the misinterpreted statements a nugget '
meet squarely this grave problem. uM I
of supposed facts that are t gold. L
issued by government bureaus i -*- -

We will bet right now that withina through their paid publicity employees : Rudy Vallee spent half his working

stone's throw of the conference : day recently] lying on the boor
hall there VoiD be at least six movietheaters i eI during the shooting cf "The Bachelor fabeeKfeatb

instructing the kiddies in I ASCERTAINING WHAT went t : and the Bobby Soxer." He bad ?%

the fine art d murder, gunplay andgeneral wrong on the home front would I to be knocked cut by Cary Grant

lawlessness.. .In technicolorf seem to be a bigger job than figtt- and then just lie there during the fter tMasaiwf..

fag two wars i rest of the scene. Everyone else -
and alackadayl Also. -
Heigh ho
i muffed his lines, the scene was shot
leigh: nanny sonny and a hot cha YOU CAN REGISTER year over and over, while Vallee rested, eft seer'i

cha. (Is Eric Johnson the chief pinion your way, *a election with Grant, Shirley Tempi and i
ef the board of movie censorship, br. Myrna Loy as an audience. THE HAT.OKAL JOY SMOKE
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School Daze- The second game was with Mel'Surplus War PropertyTo 1345.667.000 worth ot surplus. that extra shirt or another suit.

bourne. This team out weightedand Information regarding these sales as OPA District Director B. C.

(Continued-from Page 1) out numbered the Moore Be Sold may be obtained from WAA's Jack- Goodwin released figures on current -

*ian Vowell. Rupert Ball John Haven team. In the final score JACKSONVILLE sonville Regional Office 115 Florida textile production.The .
William J
Melbourne came out ahead. o
Brannan, Wilson Cason, Bobby Last Friday night the Terriers Warren Regional Director for Avenue. output of woolen and wo .

Sexton Donald Peeples Raby Bowen -'I played in Okeechobee. The Terriers War Assets Administration has an- sted fabrics hare hit an all-time

Joy Summers Donald Farnam had the misfortune of not having nounced that a total of (51 salesof Clothing Takes higb, Mr. Goodwin indicated, the
latest of the Civilian Production
Peggy Stalls Donald Galassinl. report -
I their regular full-back Dean He'- surplus property-covering $I.-"
Lois Cox, Jeanne Heflin Healthy administration showing a
Eugenia 205.67S.OdO SpurtEncouragement
lin. In the end the Terriers worth of goods at acquisition
WfcfcJden, Jimmie Crum, and Rob- were COPt will be held weekly output of 8, 900,0&0 yards.
out-scored by thirty-
tat Dopre. Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Heflin yeU points. throughout j the Oc- I This Is a 34 percent jump over tM
This Friday the Teriers will country during air.
play was in the
and Miss Rush. Itober. 1941 rate and a 70 percent increase -
4he LaBelle Bulldogs. In this game this week for civilian and returning '
Mrs. is the
Cox our room mother. over pre-war 1939 production -
we hope to have all our platersin The schedule Includes all typesof veterans who are still seekingPASTEURIZED I
abe It to visit our claM once a averages, he said.
top condition in order to cause surplus stack except real property I
month aad help us at all oar to- ,
del gatHris I the score-board to sway in our di- aDd lists 172 sales at site, I

rection. This game will be in La- where U..9.H worth of the I
Lois Cox repeat us at all the
I Belle at 3:3 P. M. material will be offered. The other
football gaunes.; She was chosen as MILKDelivered
t -- 47' sales to be held during the:
oa* of the five Cheer Leader
SSOOI'EHWbat month will be regular national and
We are also represented in a big I

way on the football team, by Mil- Sophomore boy toan tr'achlag

UB Pollard, Donald Galassinl. Jim- 8th Grade girl to dance! Who was in Clewiston Saturday

rule Crum. Bobby Sexton. Wilson Why was LoU Cox; making beds night taking in that dance'!" Daily To

Casoo and Cleveland Hancock. For Mrs. Wbidden Tuesday night? Naughty, naughty naughty" b

DoD GalaMini, Milton Pollard Couldnt be that she baa turned Why did everyone have to gelup Your Doorsteps

Matilda Carson and Gwen Snell hobo on us. and "stretch"when the lights
are the new additions to our clan. Whose time has Jessie B. been went out on the bus Friday night'

Don Galassinl came from New beating? Careful Mildred! O! Brother! PHONE 176

Mexico aad finds a great deal difference -: What happened to J. W. C. andL. What's happened between Don

from the mountains of New I A. C. at Ortona, Suaday? Gala ini and Peg Stalls? forth IVancisco SU (1 wbto Florida

ileiko\ and the flat land of Flori What 7th grade girl had a swell regional offer ings comprising

da. time Tuesday night with a Sophomore -
The Sophomores are planning: boy? Look>> out V. K.

other big events which we will tell What's the matter E. B., ia
NOTICE OP ELECTION I the Collection of Taxes, by Amending fll TU Legislature then at the Leg's.
9v about from time to time I Joyce two-timing you? WHZAXAS. Th* Legislature .f 1943. ,'Sections. 11 and 12 of Art:.::e VIII of the Utive Session of U4T. and from tine to
Can imagine under the Constitution el 1SE5. Of the I Constitition ot the Slat of Fiorda ai time thereafter enact lavs specifying
you what '
happenedto State of Florida did pus I Joint Resolutions Adopted! at the General Election of November the power, functions duties aDd compensation
hth GIUDK Betty Arnold's love? proposing amendments' to the ISM. said Amendment to Provide of County Tax Collector designated -
What's Constitution of the State of Florida and for the Re-Numbering of Section In paragraph 1 of this Section IS.
Hy Xelda 1I0\\dNohell wrong between Geraldine the same were a(reed to by a vote of 11 and IX of Article VUI ef the Constitution and shan likewise provide for the collection
Oar room has elected our officers and Jessie? three-fifths ot all the members electedto of the State of Florida at Adoptedat care custody reporting and dla-
each house; that the votes on Hid the General Election tn November bursement of an taxes collected by the
for the year. Why la V. K. so down hearted Joint Beaolutioas were entered upon 18< and to Amend Section 11 and 19 County Tax Collector.

Pr.-deBt: Ronald MeDufffe. lately. ? Could it be Bobby S. theta respective Journals with the yeas of Article VIII of the Constitution rt -=- j
tad nays thereon and they did determine '* the State ef Florida. and to Provide thai 4
Tlce-president: Jackie Baifcjr., Cenle and Annie Ruth really and direct that the said Joint In the County of Hilkborough. State of HOCSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tie
Secretary got around this Resolution b* submitted to the electors Florida, Ute County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa
: Virginia Keenan.
week-end. They ef the State at the General Election ta Assess the Property of the County lol Amendment to Article XVI. of the Con. i
Treasurer: Idral Dowen. were seen in Brighton Saturday November 1948 the purpose of Levying State. County. stitution of the State of Florida. By ,
NOW THEREFORE. I. R. A. GRAY Schools and Municipalities tn the Count Adding Thereto Aa Additional Stkm to
Reporter: Nelda Howdtfe and LaBelle and Okeechobee Sun- Secretary ot State of the State of Florida of Hilfeborough Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment by I Concurrent r

We hare elected Virginia Kee- day. I hear they had a wonderful do hereby rive !ELEEON City Florida which Shan be Exempt Revolution of the SIDe t and r'
GENERAL from the Provisions of this Amendment.Taxes House of Representatives of a rireettc
u an as our carnival que n. Mrs. wm bt held In each county In Floridaon Levied by the State County of the Budget and to Authorize the Lcgilatun >
B wen Is homeroom time.Betty A. Tuesday next succeeding the first County School Board. School Districts to Prescribe his Pow a ant
our Mother. better watch Dean H. Monday in November A. D. 1148. the Special Tax School Districts and the DutIes Qualifications and Ternrf; O*-
because he and Lois C. were doing Mid Tuesday being the Uunirrpa'lt.es of the County Except' the fice. .
7th GUADI2 O. K. Tuesday night. for the ratification or rejection of the BE IT RESOLVED: BY THE LEGISLATURE TVW OF THE STATE OF Fl \ "'A|
The Seventh grade has chosen Wonder what happened to makeC. laid Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: That the following Amendment w Article .
to the Constitution of the Stale That the following Amendment 01! XVI of the Constitution of the State
fibers for the year as follows: I M. D. think O. L. is so much of Florida '!*: Article vm of the Constitution o* the of Florida, by adding thereto an additional
PrHidMlt-Shlrk-y DuMil. fan. State of Flo-id relative to the A ew section to b* known as Section 34.
(I bet M. W.
I could tell you.) t merit and Collection of all taxes tn the be and the same Is hereby agreed to anc
Vk&-Presldent-Aadrer Tarlor.e.trttarYJo I I Why do Jessie B. and Donald SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. G43 County of HHlsborough. State F'ortda, shall be submitted to the electors of the
$ A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Re-Numbrrine: Seft-sn 11 *s adoptedat State of Florida for ratification! or rejection .
i Anne Compton. I F. think it necessary to visit at Amendment to the Constitution of the the Gen nl Election of 194 to as to at the general election for Rpresentatlve l
Rt'JOrter-Sylvla) Stalls. Lakeport so often? Could It be Stat cf Florida to be known as Article make It rod Section 12 of Ant!* VIU to be held In the year 1M4, t
XX. Sections 1 and X, Thereof. Relatingto of the Constitution; ef the State of Florida as followsSECTION: I
Maude C. and Jimmy C. the ConsolidatU. Abolishing or Cre- and by Amending Section 12 ol 54. The Legislature shall bylaw :
SPOUTS Can atirg of Certain County OUlces. and; the Article VUI of the Constitulioa: ef the provide for a Director of the Budget -
you imagine who>> Jackie Assessment and Collection of Municipal State of Florida as adopted at tne General who shan b* appointed by a concurrent
By Tommy Wajman was with Tuesday Bight? Look out Taxes by County Tax Officials In Orange Election in November of 1344 so resolution of the Senate and Howe of
The Terriers started' out the Johnnie! County Florida and Providing for Ref! as to make It read Section 13 of A'tk.e Representatives, and shall by law. consistent
year erendum Elections for Acceptance or Refection 1 VIQ Of the Constitution of the State of with other provisions of this Con
with eighteen players on their Why is Lois Cox going around of any Law or Laws Enacted by I Florida, end t.. exclude the City of Plant tt.tuUpresttlbe his powers and duties
the Legislature of the State o, Florida City from said Amendment: Bt and the provide far his quahflcationi and term
team. The first game was with the I looking daggers at a certain Sopho- I same la hereby agreed to and snail be of cfficc. the length of which shan tit
Avon Park Red Devils. We came more boy? Amend-n8 1 submitted to the Elector: of the Sate wholly: within the discretion of the Legislature ,
IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE of Florida for Ratification or Retection and shall not be limited by Season \
out on the tail-end of the score Oh: Jessie is slipping with the : OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA: at the General Election to be held on ,. Article XVI of the Constitution i'
but That the following amendment to the the tint Tuesday after the tint Monday
we never lost courage. boys: or is it just Jimmie Click Constitution of Florida, to bt known as In November.! 1ue; t
Article XX. Sections 1 and J. thereof. SECTION 12. 1. From and after January COMMI'PI"' -8S9mrr!
relating to the consolidation a&olfehmg .. 1948. the County Tax Assessor ofMtnsbnrough ROUSE JOINT r OTION NO. 13 e '
and creating! of certain County offices County stall assess ell A JOINT RET'V Proposing the
and for amassment and collection ef mu- property for all Mat. County School Amendment of c 'e, of Article Hi ..
r.lcipal: taxes by County tax officers in and Municipal Tates to be levied tnHiUsborough of the Constitutl Sate ol flat
Orange County. Florida and providingfor County by the State. Ida. Relating to A 'atuma: i
referendum elections for acceptanceor County. County School Board School BE IT RISOLVJO THE .1SLA.
NOTICESaturday rejection! of any law or laws enactedby DIstricts Special Tax School Districts end TURF OF THE STATE or FLORIDA:
the Legislature ef Florida as provided Municipalities except In the City of Plant That the following amendment of Section j
therein be submitted( to the qualified City. Florida wh.cn city snail oe exempt 30 Article in of the Constitution Of *
electors of the State of Fonda for adoption ; from the provisions of this Section the State of Florida relating to appropriations >
or rejection! at the net general! 2. The Legislature shall at the sets I* hereby agreed to and shall be
October 12 (Columbus elect-on to be held b> the year latrv Session in 1S47 and from Um to submitted to the elMtort of the State
Day) '
time thereafter, enact laws iptctfyuig the
I to-wit: of Florida for ratification or rejection at 1 i
powers functions, Uut e* and swn p nb-- the bell
1i46"I' next General election to b* toNovember.
ARTICLE XX I' tlon of tie County Tax Assessor lestg- A. D. If<<: that Is to say. that
SECTION L The Legislature b rated m Paragraph 1 of Section 12. and aid Section 30. Article m ot the Conrtltuticm .
I bed and empowered to provide by shall likewise provide by law for the of the State of Florida shaH be
Being a legal holiday this bank or laws enacted by It at its regular! te* extension! on tt-e Auessment Ron of the amended and u amended shall read M f f
lion held in A. D. 1947. or at any County Tax Assessor of all taxes levied follows:
t will be closed. I regular session thereafter. for the eon- by the SPate. County. County School, SECTION JO. Law making the appropriatloni I
solidstion. abolishing or creating of any Board. School District Spedal Tax for the salaries of poboe
1 County OM.ces in Orange County. Florida School Districts and Munlcip Jitle. located officials a, employees and an other
Provided there 1s excepted from In the County of Kilisboiwjh. expenses of the State shall contain provisions
All the effects ot this Article Judges rt all State ot Florida with the exception of on no other subject nor shall an
Payrolls and cash requirements for the courts: and to provide for the assessmentand the City of Plant City which is hereby appropriation be an Incident of any other
: collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provisions ef tills bill: an state appropriations except appropriations .
week-end should be assessments or either of them, by County: Amendment for th* county schools, cown-
attended to on Friday. tax officers in said County. Any law so SECTION 13. 1. Prom and after January ties, cities, or other political subdivisions t
I enacted respecting the consolidation or 1. 1M3. the Count Tax Collector in : of the SUtt. appropriations permanent 1
I creation of any County office*.sbalt pre- the County of Billsborougn State of Improvement and buildings for
scribe the powers duties and compensation Florida shan collect aU taxes levied tn state institutions .* provided for by law ,
of the officers designated UiertJi the County by the State County. County enacted! at the IMS legislature or prior '
First Bank of to cxendM and discharge the duties of School Board. School Districts. Special hgtsIjturee an4 for pensions retirement
Clewiston the offices aa consolidated or created; and Tax School District and Municipalities funds and trust funds, shall b* Included
I meant so collection respecting the assess of Hillsborouga County. Florida exceptin : in en* general appropriation bin or any I'
and of municipal taxes the City of Plant City. it hang exempt amendment or supplement thereto and
and assessments, or cither of them by from the provisions of this Amendment. shall b* for no longer! than hre yean.All ,
county tax officers shall provide for th* L The Legislature shall at the Legislative appropriations mad prior to tht ;
assessing, collecting accounting for and Session of IMT and from time to adoption of this terHon which art toile ,
duourslng of said taxes and/or assessment Urn thereafter enact laws specifying the I trary to the provisions of this section t
to the approprlat nualcipal powers, function and compensation shall expire u ef July 1. IMT.
authorities and foe compensation for ot County Tax Collector designatedin f
such county taxing officers Joraenrlce* Paragraph 1 of Section U. and shall 1 1
BERRY F rendered Incident thereto. That If any likewise provide for tht collection cart !
FUNERAL couelidatioa ROCS JOINT wsournoM NO. rt
HOME MClt law respecting tbe custody, reporting end disbursement
... creation ef any count* offices la accepted .n tan collected by the County Sit I A JOUR RESOLUTION Proposing an
and raUCed at the referendum Collector. I Annulment to Article V ef the Coutt-
lection herein provided such law. shan tuba of Florida bk.t.ttoTh: .reto agt
become cffectlv with respect to the offices Additional Section Cee-
affected thereby on the first Tuesday ,bon of the Judge .t the Court el Accord
AMBULANCE SERVICE after the first Monday ia January HOUSE JOINT RZSOLCTKHt: : NO. lit In and for Escambta County a&4 the >
ef any ,immediately; rjeceedlcj the A JOINT KXSOUmON Proposing aa County Solicitor et said County. i
general election had aubeeouent to said Amendment to Article vm of the Constitution BE IT BZSOLVTQ BT THE LECtSLJU
referendum election at which tlcrton for of the State of Florid' Relative wag or tots STATE OF FLORIDA:
President of ttt United State *r* voted to A--"**"* ef Property for Taxes and SECTION L That Artie!. V .4 the
PAHOKEE Ph. tor; and 1* any such law. respecting* the Collection of Tax**, by Adding Constitution of tht State ef Florida bt
2301 BELIE GLADE Ph. 247From sscssment and collection ef municipal Thereto Additional Sections M Provide amended by adding thereto aa additional
taxes and assessments or utter of them that la the County of Bay. But of section to lie keno aa Section tt ef
by county Ux officers is accepted and Florida the County Tax Assessor shall Aid Article, relating to the election *f
ratified at the referendum election as Assess the Property! of the County for the the Judge ef th* Court et Record tn and
I herein shall bCOm Purpose of Levying Stat. County, School for Escamhla County and the County
effective! on the first day ef January and Municipal Tax** Levied, by fee Solicitor et said County and the same tf
next r-iccttdlcg each referendum eleeSECnON Stat. County. County School BoatO, hereby agreed to. end ahstt bt submittedto
ddNrtiarxstai 110ft. School Districts Special Tax School Dla- the elector* of the State Of Florida
J. Baton any law described tricta and Municipalities et the County. for rstiOeatioa or rejection at the General
In the preceding section of this ArtIcle BX IT RESOLVED BY TIm LEGISLATURE Election to be held oa the first
where} I sit..Jy Joe Marsh shall be of any force and effect It shall OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA: Tuesday after the first Monday tn Ne-
; b* accepted and ratified by e majority 1 That the following Amendment to Article ember, 1M6. a* follows
T vot ot the qualified- electors of Orange vm of the Constitution of tht SECTION 48. Th Judge ef the Court
---.J County Florida, at a referendum election State of Florida relativ. to th* Assese- of Record In and for Eacambla County ._
to be called and held for the purposeof !ment and Collection of aU taxes la the and the County Solicitor of said County -
determining whether such law shall County of Bay. State of Florida, by adding shan hereafter be elected by the o uBfted
Are be fcccepted and ratified or rejected by thereto additional sections to be elector of said county a* other state and
: Returning Veterans the qualified electors ol said Count bed ,known u Section It and Section 13. be county Officials: Ire elected. The first
Such referendum election shaU b* : and the aamt la hereby agreed to and election of the Judge of the Court **
within ninety days after the effective ,shan be sutnlTM to sue Electors of the Record tn and for Cscambfa County and
"Different" tilt of any such law.. The Board of State of Florida for ratification or rejecttaa of the County Solicitor of tad rottnty
? County Commissioners shall provide for at the general election to be held rhU be held at the General lUertlonIt
the holding of any such referendum election I oa the first Tuesday after the first 1M3. to take office the fin: Tuesday
and notice thereof than bt pualiined :Monday in OT. IMS, U oUovK :after the first Monday tn "'DGIr7.

During the war yon heard a lot hm Nothing more exciting than least by said four Board successive one weeks each week immediately for :at I SECTION 14. (I) From and after :or J.tern of ,:lccraJ-OII Th* *Berttofor term W

abort how hard it was going to be fishing Seward's hat prior ta the dat of inch ejection January 1, u... the County; Tax Assessor or hereafter appointed to either of the
creek or pitch. ia a newspaper! of general circulation la ia tht County; of Bay. State of Florida offices: herein mentioned shall not be e*>
for returning veterans to get adlag horseshoes enjoying aid County. Except aa herein etberwis i shall assfi aU property for all Stat, tended hereby. Any vacancy la *!ths*
an provided, the laws of the State relating 1 Ceunty. School and Municipal tales to ef said office which eeeim prior to tail
to civilian life LOT
lasted outdoor
barbecue with shall 'be levied la tht County by the .SIatg
friendly to the holding ot general eiectkw first Tuesday after the first Monday .
they'd be --different wholesome beer and pleasant cover the Holding of any challiw County County School Board School January. 1M9. than lie fined by appoint
talk. endum election. shan 2gmkipk9tl.elax School OlattlcU ment by the Governor and coatnutlol
j Well, plenty of them hare re- If theAc changed at all it's tt accepted and r.tHI":1 by the majority 'I and by the Senate a* heretofore provided ky
in ef electors participating la any rich tan tat tat
turned to our town and a. finer the direction of maturity and tel.steadier referendum election, such law abaa b*- Session m 147 and from time to longer theKo': 'tbs first Tuesday tfur
oat and bt ta fun foRe and effect but time theeafte. enact law specifying the the ia Janaary. U48 let
bunch :you couldn't ask erance..tolerance for everything If at any such election a majority of the !powers, functions, duties and compensation the term or tenure Of ode of anyone
1#<. Most of them are back at the except dictators and those who I electors parttdpatbut therein afcaS Tot : of County Tax Aneisor. destgnalefl appointed to either of IIId fflce* tor
against the acceptance and raSCeatloaH I to I Cectioa and tat term beglna/ ig ia 1M1 shahggptry
same job coinrith the would destroy our democratic such law. B shall bt Bid aad.void shall likewiselprovide by Jay soar the I' oa said, first Tuesday after the fire.
I and of M fort tad effect. The esavtssing xteaudoo e*> the aiieasmint roD of the UoDdxy h January. 1MB.
aIM nice home-town girls (get- principles of live and let live. And board *f said County aha! **rtUy County Tax Aaaacsor, of all taxes levied SECTION: L Any provUea ef fh*

tier married some of them and from where I sit, that's another the result of any such referendum by the atat* County: Oocsty School Constitution fa toafilet karewtta a* kreoy -
%*ctlaa ta tht Secretary et ttat* vu&tnIn BWd. Jichooi DuSrta. Spcal Tax repealtd
jet line up families) renewing reason to be proud of them. 4aya afttr tot bcUtog >taartod khool 17Jtxleo sot alumiaraemte ; -

ate same old: friendship. 1 sacno78 u. W From and after'Tsnuary Of TXSTOCCttY WHiiZOT:: S acre
l icrtoata tt hard. and
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