Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00140
 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 18, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028301:00140

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LABELLE SUBDUES HARVEST SEASON TO a[New County Agent New Sugar Mill NearMoore i

lIs i Getting Acquainted III

MOORE HAVEN BY BEGIN WEDNESDAYFOR I With Muck Area [ Haven Considered :

SCORE OF 45 TO 12The BIG CANE CROPThe County Agent A. G. Hutchinson ,I

I I who arrived here recently to takeover

the duties of Glades County I U. S. Sugar Corp. Louisiana Operator Here

Moore Haven Terriers, Clewiston sugar house will i I Agricultural agent formerly held
To Look
weakened still by the illness of one begin operations for the 1946-47 by F. D. Yann. stated this week Announces Changesin Tuesday

or two regulars, were easy prey) Season next Wednesday, October that he had spent the past two Over AreaJ.
for the LaBelle Cowboys tn La- %3, it was announced yesterday by weeks going over the territory and Operation

Belle last Friday afternoon, the Charles i::. Wetherald, executive, trying to get "his feet on the f for

final score being 45 to 12. Despite ce-president of the United States''I ground." CLEWISTOX. Fla., Oct. 17 E Caldwell of the sugar firm

the difference in the score, how- Sugar Corporation. The beginningdate Mr. Hutchinson came to Moore Charles E. Wetherald executive Caldwell Bro ., operating Ruth I

ever, it was a very exciting game, is the same as that of last sea- Haven from Holmes County wherehe vice-president of the United' States Sugars at Abbeville. La., flew into

particularly In the first half. son.Field has been serving as assistant Sugar Corporation has announced Riddle Field Tuesday and centered

The following aeeonat of the operations will begin on the county agent and bas been with several changes in departmental briefly with J. E. Frlerson, chair-

gam ig taken from the La Belle' twelve plantations of the corpora-. the Extension Service for the past operation, which places all of the man of the Board of County Commissioners

News: I ion the first of the week to assure! eleven and a halt years. All of his corporation activities in fonr major and Atlantic Coast Line

Stanley Willis scored the first an adequate supply of cane to 'feed experience has been in north Florida divisions, designed to facilitatethe officials relative to the location ofa

touchdown. Danny Jackman the he big mill when grinding to started ., and the muck fanning is something handling of the increased business sugar mill in this area.

aecofid in the tint quarter. At- ( and a continuous flow of can! entirely new to ..... Bat be of the corporation. This firm has also been interested

tempt for the extra point was no will keep the mill in operation L says he to asking thousands of Harry T. Vaughn, who baa been in the location of a plant at

good the first time, but DoagluBallard' wenty-toar hours a day. questions and believes that in a vice-president in charge of Clewia- La Belle and activity in this direction
This season's crop is estimated 1 I short while he will be conversant ton facilities, has
kick the second time registered been appointed was started many months ago,
at more than a million tons from!L with the needs and methods of the Operations
and the score stood 13-0 Manager and trill bare several experimental plots of case

for LaBelle at the end of the first approximately 30,009 acres of cor. area. charge of the facilities ae well as having been planted in that vWn-l-

fourth in the second quarter. Jack- poratlon plantings and the severs:.1 The new agent stated that he agriculture general engineeringand i i ty bat the firm baa three mills

man taught the nail kicked- : by hundred acres grown by indepen feels there are great farming opportunities purchasing. which could be moved to Flerida

Moore Haven and crossed the goal deBt farmers and processed under In Glades County and Josiah Ferris, Jr.. formerly assistant I if the prospects appear to their Wt-

line a second time with Ballard contract by the sugar corporation.I will particularly push the daJry' to the president of the lUg.

stacking up tM extra point again. This estimate indicates that thisseason's program which was started by Mr. corporation, will have charge of all I Mr. Caldwell made the trip hereby

Moore Haven scored on a fumble crop will be equal to or Yann. He said he was interested' sales, public relation, personnel, plane for the purpose of seeing

by LaBell near the end of the greater than last season's record in the planting of winter for winter real estate and hotel operation muck-grown cane before harvett

quarter and the score stood 20-6 crop and the sucrose content at pasturage and for a grain crop and all other corporation ..ubeldla lag bat bis own mill was starting
for La his time, due to ideal growing for the He to also much
Belle at the end of the half. 'glades. the which
on following
In the third quater La Belle add- conditions time, ia ia several higher this at the interested in the growing of lily' h[. W. Bigg secretarytreasurerof up made his stay here very day short. He 1

ed two more TD'. to the score, same past seasons. bulbs of various types. the corporation, will hare complete indicated to Mr. Frierwn that tf
Gale winds off the h.rrieaat'which
credit to Wilbur Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson and
going Thomas charge of accounting.
enough could be interested
in the month i
passed early
who took one and Jackman who two children are residing In one, Dr. B. A. Bourne, will continue; in planting a sufficiently large
did the if I'
no damage to cane and
again carried the pigskin over thegoal a high lake level is maintained its of the government houses Another in his same capacity as head of! acreage on the mack lands of this
I line. Then, just before the child is now with its grandparent the research department. 'county and on the semi-muck land
considered that there'
end Willis scored again to make I unlikely in Nebraska his former home. In addition to these four major I in the Catooeahatchee Valley that
will be great cause for worry from
the tally 3I-t at the close of the cold daring the season. i divisions, Mr. Wetherald announced he would go to Washington tn a
third. In the final qnarter Doyle that c. A. Martinez, who has bees
week to seek
a government permitfor
the months th-j
Ball scored the second time for mill Daring machinery summer has been cleaned HOPE FOR FISHING IS superintendent of the sugar honse..1, moving his mill here.
Moore Haven to make the tally 12 will also have charge of power
and repaired and put in readiness I He indicated that he wanted a
White Thomas added up another facilities rolling stock repairs and
with-Earl for the new crop. This work was plant site aa close to Moore Havenas
win which White's suceessfal SEEN IN POSTPONED lemon grass plant.
completed last week. I possible.In l
try for the point made the : This is the moat far reachingchange
final score ed 4S-12 for tN lo- i in the operations set-up of attempting to expedite the

f cato. Minutes of MeetingOf SUIT OF!TEWART'SIThe the corporation I since Mr. Wether-] development Mr. FrJenen. and "
t aid succeeded to the man County Agejrt "Arf
IN! HUrT** Uwwfow.rortt MjraJviKSto&J Friday School Board' j agership last spring. jynera conferred Wednesd .wtth"Charles

-at suit brought by H. G. Stew E. Wetheraid. executive vice-pres
TWdffdfll new North La- On October 7th
art of Lakeport against the State ident of the United States Sugar
: Bell Kfekeff is at 3 p. m. for Local Ice Company
this return game. Board of Conservation for issuing i Corporation and were assured by
The Glades County Board of him a new license from October 1. Mr. Wetherald that the sugar corporation -
Moore Haven's Coach M. Loses Lake Harbor
Public Instruction met ta regular 1946 to September 30, 1947 as a would tn no sense, oppose -
E. Morrison. Tommy Wa,..... let 'session on the above date with all commercial fish dealer, which license Plant By Fire FridayThe I the coming in of the new mill
end: Id. Bowen, left guard; Robert -
nullified by the actionof I .
I members present: was since the corporation cannot ei
Dnpree left guard; Eddie Bailey I
Elisabeth Bwing.Lnvenia the State Game and FreshWater I pond at this time and the new company
center: Milton Pollard right, Lake Harbor plant of the
when it
Gorman.T. Fish
seeks to promote sugar production -
guard; Cason Wilson, right tackle: i Moore Haven Ice Company at Lake
fishing, was
H. Snell.Minutes eloaed the lake to largely en lands in which
Donald Oalaatei, Captain; Jimmy Harbor was completely destroyedby
of the plus meeting started on Thursday of last week the sugar corporation h.s little interest -
Cram, back field; Donald Ball fire on Friday night of tact
and motion by T. in Dade County circuit court but He also assured them, that
were read upon
Jimmy Click. Calvin Whidden aDd week and while fire fighting equipment -
H. Snell. seconded by Elisabeth there was not enough time to hear the corporation would give cooper
left guard. Donald JODM.LaDene' was rushed from all lake
Ewlng: and duly carried! ware so- the cue that day and further testimony atton to the venture in setting
team: Bobby Townsend communities from Clewtston to Pa-
read. will be taken on October them seed ease for planting the
proved as
Blob Greer. Thomas Joe I itches it was powerless against the
23. 24 and .
Taylor Billy Wntson, Bobby MeDaniel. The urgent need of a teacherfor will out testimony flames and only helped to save ad- proposed acreage.Mr.
This nit bring
of children in th! Caldwell said that if th*
Ballard. Meredith Pace a group commercial fishermen of r save adjacent buildings from de-
''bite. Walter Shonlts. Willis, Her Moor Haven school, requiring, t L I from is ruction. Plans went through that his plant
which I
nard RasnttMen j ckm.B. Alle great deal of iftdivM"a! attention I the Lake suction The plant had been closed for would le dismantled at AbbevttH
obtaining -
: Ever. Henry Lee Graham Jimmy I' was considered and dtoe Mld al.t hoped, may from have the a state bearing boards on anorder some time and j<*lvtty for several as soon as the current sugar cropIs

i Dana Raymond Meseer. Alfred length and since Mrs. Ewing has I I which will continue to permit days prior to the fire was the re-I harvested and shipped here at

i Burke Wilbur Howard. (been substituting In that Position I In_ me_ JaKe. The overlapping moral of some equipment which once In order that it could process
for two weeks she was urged to authorities of the two had been purchased by an east the 1947-18 crop probably starting -

1 County Board Will accept the position by T. H. Snell boards on Lake Okeechobee may coast firm. Removal of this equip about January 1, 1948.
and carried Mrs. Ewing was duly commercial ment required the use of welding Mr. Frierson has already begun
result permitting
I Buy Huber Grader elected to fill that position for the fishermen to resume seining.It torches and the fire Is tfc.-sbt to seeking pledges of farmers In the

1946-47 term, at an annual salaryof Is understood that only one have been caused by sparks from area to plant six thousand or more

i For Road WorkThe JU27.00. witness was heard during the day- one of theee torches, smouldering acres of cane and hopes to have

Discussion eesned concerning long session! last week and there In oily waste until late at night these pledges within a week.

I Beard of County Coiumiataners paying all teachers salaries out of are many others that the court has before bunting Into flame.- The The proposed mill would be

F at the regular monthly the State Teachers' Salary Fund agreed will be allowed to testify. company kept a watchman on duty considerably smaller than the plantof

i meeting held on Thursday morning and then reimbursing that fund and had, taken every precaution the United States Sugar Cor-

j .f test week heard a representative .out of the General Lund for the Farabee Takes Over againstfire' bat the flames had poration at Clewlston bnt would
Motor amount customarily paid to teachers safh point by the times
1 from the Clewiston reached a I aid materially la developing another
3 eo.JI&J@sptaln the advantages of from General, thto plan having I Dinner Bell Cafe the watchman had discovered' them section of the 'glades for
the Hfer Road Grader one of been approved by the State De- and turned in the alarm that there sugar production.

which was re< the CUr of Ctewtetoa. and after by Lavania Gorman The Dinner Bell Cafe, operated The plant, owned by Mrs. Florence

|| some dssensalom agreed to place an i and defy carried tbla.... was I for the past several months by G. Ryan and managed by E. J. Veterinarian Making

II these ssaintenancemachines. adopted E. Fleming of Palmdale was closed had little Insurance since j
order for one of Bowyer. Regular Visits Here
The matter of extending Mrs.Susie i:the latter part of last week by Mr. I II lit was thought to have been al-

However the pnrcnase ws not! Crew's ba rusts to include I!I Fleming and reopened last night I[ most fireproof. Some pipe and ether -II i _

1 .... wtthont advertising for bids I. picking up *r. TTOett's four children -i with W. C. Farabee as the new I equipment not damaged by the I Dr. Wilson Matthews. who recently -

sin.,. thb to the accepted methodof from Goedno was discussed. owner and manager.It i fire will he salvaged beet it to an- began practice of veterinary -
1 Mhiac such nvrchases. The together with an appropriate increase is andaratoed that Mr. Farsbee likely that the lessened greatly by medicine in Ctowtotaa to visitIng -
for the additional! who has been erattaf tire II the Moore Haves regularly on
grader will h* used lar maintenance to salary I this salvage. Full extent of
of comnty roads. ma Upon motion by T. H. Snell, Glades Cafe will retain the ownwakln toss has not been determined. Tuesdays, all day. and way be contacted -

The new eonnty agent, A. G. Hntchinaon. seconded by Lawnta Gorman and! of that ,..ta_. even though! at the off_ of County

appeared before the boardto 4ly carried Mrs OrWs. salary, dosed. and the Dinner Bell will in I Small Agent A. G. H.ttftifi"on ia the

snake Ma drat report after taking WM increased My ...* per month the fatnra. operate as the Glades I Attendance courthouse.Dr. .

over the duties of the office tor the nine months or a totalsitoathly CafeIn. !i At VFW Meetingj Matthews ha a R3 degree

on Oetthar 1. salary of tn.". was an annonneessent of the I front the University of Florida anda

A Manor license permit waairaated agreed ..... .. change elsewhere tn his miss Mr. I j were only-nine present at degree of DVM from Michigan
Sanders. Mrs. A. A. Bock and Mrs. Cis.- rnrnhee pledges a continuation of I State. He
to George the regular meeting of the Veter- has been in strife an-
Tfcere was name discussion of I eve Smith of Lakeport appearedbefore the policies he built n* at the former \i inns of Foreign War Post last night til a few month ago ar.d prior to

th* elute dime and the dart the Board to ask some relief location for food and service !land little business was transacted.I entering service he was with the

asked t* write the State Boar 'I on the crowded bus situation at the new place of locationCOIIIXiIT10N.IL i In order to obtain a bitter attendaaee Bureau of Animal industry on tu-

Health and ascertain t* what M that route. The matter was discoed JIKKTIM'; : '! calla will .he nailed out I jbercoloeis and Bang'4 Disease tees

t'" GhIIet Cesettsty w. entitled to at some length and reliefof (Ito att seekers for the neat meetisg -I in th4s area i iCounty

share tn **.*rattoa of the GladeaHighland some nature waa agreed date. ana There will be a congregational ; and all are asked to attend .o I Agent HatehJasOB says
earliest possible
nntt.Mrs. nt the following whether or not the meeting he is Dot veterinary
I of the Baptist Church |I decide I trained as a
Th. Bid *f JA.. Mum of eating
.1t..1 the evening services on : time should be changed |and is very phased that Dr. Matthews -
Pnron .f
lAd J. K. '
j. H. WOlf aJndlth will be gi,- : has began practice in the
La ......** Arcadia, far lire extingntohers ws i Sunday Consideration
AaA ... Java business:
| The
of a new pastor E J. Bowyer was a area county agent is not per-
the calling
PeSOsyluaMwdsto read toad tt .f )If. Mnfttea wa en
: teat stu>rar from ''at and every member of \ niter 'n Jacksonville over theI t!milted to do any veterinary work
Iiy bsNr spo4 the sumj -r accept** at $1'1'.1&' I** IS eaten that tine: Jft.I
t t'tlt week-end. a ngtltt'redrt't Is available
church W urged w be prr I
1 met.I t (Coattaaed en Fare > tdae t

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Gems of Thought I J lIB jJJI\\

T F YOU have great talents, industry .
1 if I V
will improve them; j

you hare but moderate abilities, J-

industry will supply their de- I Nation Suffers Scarcity i iI

ciencies. Sir Joshua Rey- full
Store paint brushes in turpentine It is well to have a length

Sweet nolds. ii the scene where genial I Of Competent Teachers ,not to in become water.Water soft and causes flabby.the can mirror then in see the your sewing whole room.figure You'bristles ate

friendship plays -a-- once when fitting a dress. A large'
The pleasing game of interchanging hand mirror is also a help.
praiie. I To remove chewing gum from .-
Oliver WendtU Holmes. II clothing, rub the spot with ice un-
By BAUKIIAGE measuring windows for'Gcrape
Nature, like man, sometimes I til the gum rolls into a ball, then When all'e
News Analyst and Commtntmtar.W7OJ off. new curtain fabrics measure
weeps for gladness.Beaconsfield. it '
the windows. They may look the
Service, 1616 Eye Street, X.W., I pils had never had more than a same size, but often differ. Correct -;'
The man who sticks to the Washington D. C. fourth grade education herself. To jive cut glass pieces a brilliant measuring may save you

facts sticks to the truth and I Low pay is, as it has always been sparkle wash them in the needless waste of material.
wise is he who does so, for he WASHINGTON, D. C.-Less than one of the chief difficulties. It is a usual sudsy water and rinse in -.-
Kilns reputation for veracity, I a year and a half after the question strange paradox that the businessand cold water in which a little bake
and of which would ing soda has been dissolved. Rinse Leather or skin gloves should be
dependability, reliability, I industrial groups, who are most
good sense.DoubleJhe. triumph, nazusm j anxious that the principles of democracy and polish with a cloth that is not mended with cotton thread; never

I or democracy and free enterprise be thoroughly 'surfaced with lint. with silk.
was settled, the
taught, are greatest competitors
United States is
of the schoolhouse.
1 Here in Washington the minimum
meet a ttin
I its .ct: :: ve woe of teachers is below that of
comi Kitchen Towels
strung; t I r .oin- 1 .ver grade clerical assistants aDd Gay Cut-Ups for
fL:o clerks in the government. In in-
tain ics x, of r "'<
a> du trial centers, the gap is wider.In Ob. so gay and colorful far nor kttche
life to 'eis7.1 so easy to embroider. Pattern
Two : business there is more of a de- has a transfer of 7 moots about 9ft
jears ago mand today for college-trained per- O by a inches..
the prediction, sonnel. Many teachers, both male Due to an unusually large demand aad
pleasure of based on trends current conditions slightly more .a'
of that moment and female, who went into the services required in filling orders for a few of *

walking._. Ask fat SOLES ,!i was made that B-- held college degrees, and when most popular pattern numbers.
discharged were eagerly snapped
as well as Heels j "our school sys- 1I l up by businesses requiring higher I Scwtet Ctrcfe5C4 N..ft Deg(.
I tern faces one of the greatest cases: W. KaniMa St. CMcM II, l$.
.. by I in its history-American schools i i i education. I Kudos 38 cents for pat$ a.

.' have lost 200,000 competent, well- Chambers of commerce, disturbed -I j NoNa
0 SallNani prepared teachers since Pearl Har.bor. by the threat of untrained I -

." (That was In June, 1944.) minds in their communities, have I
appealed to the to Address-.
At that time only one out of a hun government pro-
dred school teachers held "emer- mote special teachers' programs asa
part of the veterans' :re-training
certificates"-certificates issued I
to admittedly not in programs but here again the federal ',
persons government would-be treading I Ion
the "competent, wellprepared"class. rfflotlRellel
thin ice. That isn't in the law. ,
Private institutions and the com-i i
Today according to an estimate munity itself are responsible for this nOM SNimr: STUFFY DISTRESS OF

I made in an article in the October type of effort, and congress always

Issue of Coronet magazine, one out puts its foot down when there is anything /feetltolls!
of every eight hold such certificates that even hints at federal activity -

: End out of the 200,000 teachers lost in connection with the public

to war industries, the draft and other school system. The office of edu- DOUBLE-DUTY ,6 ,

wartime activities, Coronet finds cation leans over backward to keep NOSI DBOPS WOCKS

i at least 75,000 of those teachers away from anything that might be fasTTsouauel WHEZI
i lost" for good. Stuart Chase, economist labeled "interference." IJI

I sets 500,000 as the number a
Not only poor pay but also lack Instantly relief from head cold
heeded before the present teaching dis
How To RelieveBronchitis i of social life drives tress starts
I staff of the nation is brought up to many prospective little come When you pot tf
teachers into other fields. Thatis each cost iL Alao
what he calls "adequate. t -ft
helps prevent many colds from
something that only the COmmu-
Ralph McDonald, executive sec- developing if used In time! Try tt|
iL'teomnlsf nity can change. FoEow directions la package.
retary of National Educational association If the teacher's position is not

in Washington, who has changed for the better and the public V2CKSVA7ROKQLchange
relieves promptly: because been busy trying to wake the educational
it goes right to the seat of the school system is not restored tots
trouble to help loosen and expel world to Its danger quotes normal place in our democracywe

germ laden phlegm raw aid na tin reports that Russia today is spending will have lost the one thing without
to sootno and heal tender 20 per cent of her comparativelylow which democracy cannot grow. 7491
earned bronchial
mucous mem
branes.: Ten row druggist to sell you national income on education, Democracy cannot renew itself it V get Into mischief d .
B bottle of Creonrulsion with the un while we spend only two per cent of must be renewed in the hearts of THESE puppies ,
derstanding mast like the way it ours for the same purpose. each new generation. Sunday through Saturday.
allays the cough or Otherwise They play different tricks
; to hake your money baclc.CREOMULSION. And not satisfied with what is now weeds aplenty .will. take. its place. day t make dish-dryicg lots of
being done the Soviets are demandIng fun. I

I! still higher standards of "ideo- Slips Over Fast .
fo1 ; logical and political" knowledge for i oa.
courhsChestcoldsBrocchitis- I
i their teachers. The party paper, One on Censor Dramatic Suicide From

1 Izvestia, announced in a recent article One of the few joys left to a news- Skyscraper Cost $100,000 I:

"""pOROLIHE that students from Bulgaria paper correspondent in one of the
Czechoslovakia and other Slav countries foreign cities where censorship still '- ,
PLUS-\ cS5r /9. JELLY ONI IO were being brought into the Institutions prevails is trying to beat the censor. The costliest suicide in American I
of higher learning in Moscow history was that of John j
One of the most amusing "beats" of CALOX V
_. _. _
I Ward, who leaped from the 17th
Leningrad and other cities. this kind was scored by Drew Mid- I to
story ledge of a Fifth Avenue hotelin
The office of education of the dleton writing from Moscow for the I
United States government is fully New York Times. New York on July 26, 1938, saysCollier's. I for the &uuc effect
During the 11 hours he :
i aware of the danger facing our pub- Perhaps it fooled many American stood there undecided whether to on your smile
lie schools. Its functions are strict- readers, too. It reads: ,
jump, relatives and others tried to
/ ly limited, however, to the acquisi- "Hya Ehrenburg, writing in Izves- entice the demented man back into I EfMftit Cola work tteo west '

i tion and distribution of information. tia, continued his long series of articles I the room, firemen attempted to 1 Helps remove film...bring oat
I Actual promotional activities are on the United States, a all the natural lustre of your
group trap him with and
I a large net, extra
MILES LITTLE PILLS forbidden and improvement of conditions of articles which for depth and understanding i squads of police held back the
\ are little"tema of comfort i rests fundamentally with the 2 A special ingredient la Cdaxencourages
are superior to anything :
r ." vast crowd of spectators. ..
They help polulitipyouriparUeandunll I retlr massage.
states and local communities. The
written on these lines since the
Scores of press photographers, wbich has a tooic effect oa gums
wnea you oaks and : office of education is doing all it
works of Charles Lutwidge Dodg- newsreel I .helps make them firm and
find toiutipation bi put men and radio and television -
a dull finish on your pro can. Full co-operation in the gathering son." rosy.Tone up your smile...with
and personality.Here s a of data is provided and for commentators covered the da. !
UutiT that work Mfcfiyoo. efforts The dispatch was passed by the one-man drama, all of which cost M. fu.ow M.XW ....
the last weeks
not thtoulh you. So little but- six or so special censor who didn't know that Dodgson the city and those 111 ......iuZ knwbsv
1>H M n bow mooch, how com- have been made to bring information news services fart f/ gb
When you want a Iasadn- was the real name of Lewis i about $100,000.
:: lDtU nrm-ftt Miles Little Pills on this subject up to date Carroll who wrote, "Alice in Won- I
from your family drnggtet.t-AUTlON j for distribution. Actual statistics of -
Not to Iw used when abdominal pats derland," some of the most delightful -
or otbrr symptom*of appendicitis areprcMat. the varying needs of various com .
T.ln only mt duKtd munities now are being compiled. I nonsense ever penned. EXTRA FINE BREAD! :'- }
MQM Laboratory., Elkhart, lad. do not know whether Ehren-
National Education association, burg's articles as published in Mos :

which began an intensive campaigntwo cow differed from those which he i

years ago to assist in the recruitment published in the United States, butI '

of teachers, improvement must say that some of them reflected sue"a
i of working conditions and higher life in America as truly as I

I salaries, has renewed its efforts'as the scene at the Mad Hatter's tea I

t)5rvffed-Up"NoseHeodathe? i a result of action taken at the or- party followed the pattern of an

.," ", i i ganization's convention this July. A ordinary tea party England.. Yoc i
,\due to. slogan which they have adopted remember that there was a table ( iNNe Ir

C QLOS runs "We must have federal aid be- set under a tree in front of the ;'

.t ttttt fore we can have equalization of op house and the March Hare and the: :
.at ye.t lIIjMrltt ..t..PlUIUTICIi portunity. But federal "interfer Hatter were having tea at it; a'
biisi i La b HCM4a 1A11m..UQUJturtia. ence" America's school system Dormouse was asleep, and the other !

Teak sely CI drsded has always been a bogey. two were using him as a cushion, ,

resting their elbows on it and talk. !
Cheat Pupils
ing over its head.

Of Proper Education "Very uncomfortable for the Dormouse I

," thought Alice; "only it's
TT-. .TI\\hle! as Charles Harris asleep I suppose it doesn't mind." r

i oss in the previously quoted Coro- The Hatter was the first to break

nc* .;-t.e! "we are cheating our the silence. "What day of

by 0 and.. girls of their right to the month is it?" he said, turning theI I QUICK HELP WITH FULL-STRENGTH FRESH YEAST

kli: : 1 .>f an education they desire," Alice. He had taken his watch oat I Watch Fleischmann's active
by ram tting this teacher shorta of his pocket and was looking at it Yeast go right to
"> wch! has closed more than 7,00 work-help give your bread
;; uneasily, shaking it every now aad more delectable flavor,
a0.6'tiof c.a.-s rooms and over-expandec then and putting it to his ear. finer, smoother texture every time.IF .

cases showed elates so that individual attentionto Alice considered a little and said, :
tiiaid iatptoR- pupas has virtually vanished. "The Fourth." YOU
meat after only 10 :Many vital subjects have been "Two days wrong!" sighed the BAKE AT HOME, be sure to get Reischrnann

Latiatscicwtik wSO&.ETONZ dropped.The Hatter. "I told you butter wouldn'tsuit fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow label. Dependable

teas.SORETOHE. worst phase of the situation is the works," angrily looking at America's favorite yeast for mow
the turnover. As is evidenced by the March Hare.
< the number of "emergency certifi "It was the best of butter" the H than 70 years.

\ cites" issued, the standard has fall March Hare meekly replied.

.. en sharply. Harris mentions one Although Middleton's comparison
M. M ndas t s limn
.,. IP4 aAl... bash school which permitted a convict between Dodgson and Ehrenburgwas /I Fh4i

t to be released from jail because no probably well-chosen, I doubt r. r
50 and $1.00a one else could be found to teach the if the censor would have passed the i

r I pupils. I was told of a case where comment had he ever read "Alice i -'

a teacher teaching sixth grade pu in Wonderland."




r nDiIw io &o1It I Woman's V 'orld CL E.c.cLl

The occasion was a dinner in

honor of a valued customer of the
I I Is Nature's device fee exercising '
firm. Among those present was a I Brighten Kitchen with Color the internal organs
member who was of a painfully ,
and giving us pleasure at tie

nervous the evening temperament.he made awkward Throughout For Happier Working Hours r same time.Induces '.

remarks-intended to be compli- a mental exhilara-

HMOtary-to the customer and oth ation.

ers. Will not only save yoa many
Released tj Western Newspaper U&xm.: a. doctor's bill, but will also
On home tutee
the way he was I3u Grlla J4acnHpHE
te task for his t *tif* by another FEDERAL 'GIFT' TO RAILROADS save you years of your life.

member. TURNED OUT TO BE EXPENSIVEI Sends the blood bounding

"Look here, James" the other Dr' extends CURRENT to every emphasis room on of col-the I,I Dlrectolre REMEMBER, wen back in through the body, increasing
boyhood days Was:ungtcn county respiration, gives health and
said decidedly: "you're an ass! house, even the kitchen. It used to .
i Iowa, the discussions by a glow to the whole system.
instead groupof
Why couldn't: you keep quiet Abe the fashion to keep this important
of making asinine remarks! : working center as white and II senior citizens assembled each When people start laughingat

Fur speaking to you as a brother-" barren-looking as possible. Fortunately day around the big stove in the gen- a threatened catastrophe
eral store of the A favorite worst is before it hasbegun
him who Styling'f village. the over
Load laughter greeted at for the little woman
subject was the prodigality of the to Irrin S.
this point, and for a moment he : spends a goodly portion of the day happen.-
wondered whj. in her kitchen, this room can new government in giving away to transcontinental -
< Y-
,- railroads the vast acre
be as bright and attractive as Merest r >
I age of western lands. It would always -
of the home.A !
: arouse rabid mrMwngtT
cheerful kitchen is a real :-.' :
the part of the villagers and fann-
spiration to work, and it certain:

improves morale. Any job is tnu.': .. ers.There
easier if the surroundings are ceL-:. was another side to that
ful and gay instead of drab. '" story that was not evident m my

Clean walls, freshly painted r boyhood days and not considered by I I
washed are not to be minimize J that general store debating society.It j

CONCRETE SXCIXhand block molds end$2S br.ck mate machinery.S90 Mocks and it should be the duty of etrybomemaker 't concerned a string that was tiedto Qbb.fwit

a day with one meld One tec moctarmtxrn to see that her kite: that gift (T). Recently heard
SOS LAxmiER tfACHTOXWO I that other GIiViR
*KB. W.. cr. Ga.. Pure ue. walls are kept clean whether story.In TONIC

she does them herself or not %a s I tee late IMTs tkrsaf to If you atrJh a -eat 'r-beeaaee
BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR. : and ..., t !P' gather grease easily, they rr: ; tbe early 18M's the Iud that i ;'v and en rr*-braldiar.r
ECACTT PARLOR-Priced lor quick sale be washed and painted at lea t was being given (?) to the rail- :_:rat 11-* te TallahaMcc Pia., owner tea vba town Washing ..-'aasantb "Sc t*'.Em; jlsioa
Excellent beau CIIL Botne food. CaD 11 once a year, and sometimes, roads was considered<< of bat I caB ..t.'1t k.A -no. assns
er writ C. L. Worwa.k. 5"'/''. Ga. several times a year is prescribed small per acre value. Aa Individual f and Ttntfaw*.Try it'. S#why
| depending upon loci,'... .1, could 160 ; mar doctors recommend Stele
MA5 &ft1)&Eas' Agent denies *Ji- any roc 1-ta+Ttiae k---h tIIftTY.! foogtom
tilasl IBM of men'.. _'s and children's t acres that suited his fancy, and Bay at yrarSCOTT'S d o rt1et'e.

eoducU ready-to-wear tar Attribution textiles to .aad...' textile tiers etc.It's really easy to make the rr:at a c3 it was his for the taking. The

ace a.South retaHen Carolina ta Georgia Write. Fioridi BOi.Bftnr >Tth I I. of the kitchen, and anyone V- : government used it to induce EMULSION

A**., rUsskvrf It, Pa. i iI takes the time tc look for ways to people with money to invest in

eras BIO MOXEY, taking ore..--I f r'MaetetW improve this room win find the task the building of railroads through L
alato enbree .au. Look I f[ an easy ones What about several the then sparsely populated see- a
klrWine oil Wenterproet, iB 1 I 1
rotor. with frame oainunjs You collect aT! depa8t sets of fresh curtains so they uu p tions of the natien. Fer that

aad keep U. plus weekly bonus We. mail i always look crisp and neat? gift (?) of land the railroads StJoseph
e. S. d. to customers Write Dept. S 1'
tau PBOCKSa STUDIOS Are your shelves kept immacui : agreed to haul government sup
S1Irar .... New Ywk 1*. N. TFAKM i late with oilcloth or paper ard *! plies and government personnelat ( loin. ASPIRINrlanl

matching edging? This is eas? tc Ii { TL,; black fault szlt from Gun- a less than scheduled price S UR'$1 itiltr iJ vas

MACBIMERY ft E4fcPlP.CJOTS i i do, if you just take a spare numj the: shows Director LiSoence: in The government would receivea --

POtI'Ea ca..pi.Ie' with clutch-CUrviitr for unwed err h.p delivery C-3S j lug and put them in order. L.iei its black waistcoat effect jacket rebate on its freight and passenger -

tpLAmv pane SCPPLY rOVPAXY i the drawers and other shelves at aDd high throated filet of soft white bills, covering such

CIS alias... _._... SW Sates aad CYpresB Service SMSHH 'I I the same time, and see how much popJh A forward tilting postillionf I things as the transportation of I i

> <*. Geercla )I tune it saves to have everything red milan straw is trimmed witha seldiers and war supplies. To

to apple pie order. cam of black taffeta that agreement there was no

LVSTBUCTIOXAIICOtTJJf i ii I time limit, and it still apt ts.
aeee aaasaemeat Income tax. C. P. A. i you'd be surprised at how much The president of one cf the transcontinental i

es..kdatk. aathratly wader supervisiwC. reccgaiaedicB ",1floW.Itzt JJj they dress up the room. If you don't systems-the Santa Fe-

P. A.1* Agptaved rote GIIwr want to cover the chairs for thedinette I -that received government land Its Wtz ,9r ?te I'kI4n1

MR. OFTH.frwbogkiet.. gig FlerUaBM or can Tb.we I set in the kitchen or breakfast i grants three-quarters of a centuryago I

(.. JaiM.***.. PY. 'u: nook, then do be sure to cover told me what that agreementon

HI the high work chair that you use. the part of the railroads has + Seals paint portsDtsicfectsDeodorizes
A little cushion on top of the chair meant to the government during the + t

iP teeth tatT, lose CWGLD wMl two MILD perches IiTE for ROOM, will also make for a great deal war period. On his road alone it + Removes yeUo

Sf te vreg is ken erkical taattdteera.lsefal I o. c. C.I : of comfort during workin tours. had reduced the government'stransportation
+ wall 18U ere tatertttaadtIi aL disc9IonticaRefrmens
for. car neHr- Soocne: ..... I .O Covers Should Match costs, freight and
BIASJi.F. De passenger, by some 50 mifficn dollars + ,
1h..rNee let ,,...warloa. D. c. KHchen's Color Scheme Y
a.F1f CIe' .. during 1945. Ittlc t:6r: :

I q.a. Gay chintz may be used and That 50 million dollars would have

To Have and to Hold! I Oa tie. 1100 it should match the curtains cr bought a lot of land at prices pre- Sec w ai-1uR .. .

ryw t.ra a -.r a.kiait .. some of the color scheme of the i vailing back in 1870. and it represented e1atatl m 'w,... -
Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! kitchen. It may be of a solid or : only the saving by the gov- F.

1 I Now take a look at chairs.I print.
your emmett of one year and on one
Wouldn't they be just a kit more I. Another good choice is oilcloth, railroad in 1945. Over the years

Ya attractive with oil cloth cushions I.I and an old tablecloth might be util- the railroads have paid a big price

--r' '.,.... and a little narrow ruffling ized for this purpose. Cut it as you for that gift (?) the governmentmade WE TRUST YOU
around them? Just visualize before would any fabric and stitch on the to them. Buying the land at b tiieawuaI

WHiM COLDS STRIKE you start and go to work. AB sewing machine. Cotton batting makes a the prevailing prices of 1870 to 1830 wtisg.ssaaduothen'i '
stitching and cutting far decorative nice padding for a chair of this would have been more profitable. II MotbM Uuk ._*.
I "u y na>*
Many modern mothers are changing effects of this type are quite type. a kle soond___ i
from old-fashioned remedies to Select tablecloths Tasty UIr.7...one of
and linens
medicated sin.pie. COMPANY PENSION PLANS w worlds aO.a..
4, clean whit* scientifically .
much care as you would furnish- naruw
boa w ea.al.or tadwtaey err. uralabwoL
Make Several Sets iDes for your other rooms. In fact, last a'bawd aw U Assorted lioooes to sea at
; PENETRDSRUB ABOUT 1908 A CENTRAL states toe eaca Cud aner,... Ore old an! U sra4 as
of Kitchen Curtains one of the easiest ways of giving BJtand ym tee.C-tfl.Satiaf actioa Caaraa dIK
If have the kitchen a much needed lift manufacturing concern proposed a Kuan im CI.,or.... ,um..b.
you your own sewing machine pension plan to its employes. The
it will be very easy to run would be some attractive tablecloths plan called for a percentage of the -, -- ,--
roi QUICK itcucyf =z several sets of curtains for kitchen place mats and dish towels.
up There are materials BOW avail weekly wages of each empkye to U. S. Savings Bonds
ARBOLA9ttkl.C windows. Simply measure carefully be paid into the fund, to-which the
sue and able in orchard prints, fiesta prints
cut to sew. Cur- to add
company was an equivalent
SALVE tains for the kitchen: may be the and opportunity others that are to just help waiting you decorate for percentage of its profits, if any. Em- Ahwys rely oo tits great nib for

: ANTISEPTIC tailored or ruffled as your taste ployes voted a decisive "no" to the
the kitchen.
tr..a17 tboaeaadwith tlthftctacr I>. dictates. proposition but immediately demanded CHESTCOLDS
a gels for 4O yrar>- us Talaabl iafrtii*
eats. Get CarboU at trig stores or wntaSpvlataBcal If you are tailoring curtains, use an increase in pay equivalent -
Ca. MaabrUla. Tea. sturdy cottons or a combination ofcottJfi Care to the percentage the company
-- and linen, and see that pleatsor Rayons was proposing to put into the pension -
--- ---
soft gathers hang welL A good Rayons are washable or dry fund. Radio Corporation of

Here's One Of The Greatest idea for making tailored curtains cleanable depending upon their America recently inaugurated a w rtkve eagt-achi.g.eaes

is to use flour cr sugar sacks. construction and finish. See the very similar pension system, and RUlON

BLOODiRCITOIICCS Bleach and dye them to match your labels that come with them to the employes have eagerly endorsed

color scheme. This material will determine the kind of treatment rt Main difference is the Radio

YON wear well on windows and lends which should be given.If Corporation definitely meets the -----

u itself to soft gathering or soft the rayon is washable use payments by employes, instead ofa WE FIND BOOKS FOR YOU

lack BLOOD-IRON! pleating.If the following tips for its care: percentage of its profits. It is possible including old and scarce bocks.
fog you are afraid the fabric 1. Remove any trimmings or social security may be chang- Write us naire c! books wanted

You tirla simple rend anemia women that vbo youTs tuZer pala.weak. Mfrom you use may shrink, put in extra buttons which cannot stand wash ing the attitude of employes toward and authors, We :'cvate and write

-Oracgwl ouf- to lack of bjood-tron- try Lyola E.H&UAS11 then take oct the stitches after insurance. ]
AB.E'I'S-cIne of the belt ,. Giese Co.. 128 Light St Baltimore
tome wars to build up red blood Mct washing and your curtains win be 2. Use a pure mild soap andlet 2 Md
more rtncfU>-ta such nuns Ptciiaai's long enough. this advertisement.ROACHSS .
it dissolve thoroughly before
TabUU an on of tenS p* Us* WE ARE BEING GOVERNED
:bnd-troD tonic yea can boot dipping the fabric IB the solution largely by a group of fledgling

-- I Use lukewarm water, never bureaucrats who tell us what we
-W-T-H 42-46'- !at hot. mast, or may DOt, do, and pronounce t .
Jjn 3. Avoid rough hymning, never -
-- penalties far violation of e'enf

rubbing the iahnc er pulling their edicts We nave. in tbe

It or twisting it Ge&th squeeze past, been subject to laws, not
When YojUj p1i1[ the garment in and out of the to men. but that is no longer t

suds. true. We are subject to the dictates
erg 4. Rmse garment thoroughlyin of bureau chiefs and their a flitted

And Your Strength and clear, lukewarm water without armies of assistants. Most of as e 5BJU5TSQ7 aT

Energy la Below Parn ra a wringing or twisting. never know of, or see the edicts t ,etc

mar lie .sd by d'-aordf .f" kUey 4 5. Roll garment in a heavy they issue. The attorneys could : ?in r. 1 1 [ q 08f 3iSw
rattttioa that penada poisoam towel to remove excess water. not tell us what they are or what
__..:at.. For truly saw
; prapto wat t fed. t rM.. -.k sad BwrsM* tie 0. .. Dry in shade rather than in the they mean, but our violation of
oboe sci4s kidesy. fail a ree.w : c.u. HO. any of them could send us to
aad scour vast a>aa er from laeblood. C.
c. 6. If the garment is of a knitted prison subject us to heavy fines ?//IujSuf1u7.

Toe Bay r Crr Bstf'. t bscb.c s. rayon, lay it fiat to dry. or deprive us of what we have
'*> *...
tl.emade -- Make JbidUn um III elftt elRHEUMATISM .
K Fa'ks;keg tvvtcf. your tetorfuL 7. Use a warm, never a hot considered our privileges as .

cm-: trpseat aod aad.n.. iron, when pressing ravens. Use free Americans. During one recent (
toe watt amarOBC aad bo.- jif a aaOMT How much ruffiirg Is tecessary I Rnlams.wMaac.oLLi
K.ga >aostMkiac 1*vrocc site smooth, even pressure on the week <444< such decrees were ,
for this type cf curtain Usoa
ta# kidaeys w bUdder.Taera y wrong side. Most rayccs press issued by the bureaucrat who
abwld b*..desk thatpreejttn.Lmeet the ruse is made two and one-:
Cat: more easily when thoroughly dry and the
u watt ttam aec- are governing us aver
times than the
ZtwmsPiSa ItJbs artorslya. aMdidM longer edge rather than when slightly damp. age is above 1,", per Booth.
that bas we* eorttrrwd. ftDOANSPILLS to be ruffled and the rmay
th.oe.tkfot is e.rr C. Mixtures of rayon and ether It Is the bureaucrats, not congress -
knew LIla'l Lave been uw sad tat.d te done with this type cf attach- fibers, however press more that mating laws
.,. all drag sae.G.a ; are our
ac the machine. If
naer inert on sewing
Drs.T.as. aoday you ieaJ:y rhea alga damp and regulations. :
are doing the raffia. by hard Itt ened. Use a. cloth ever the material I .

I I that it is evenly s, aced. when pressing, in the latter IT IS EASY to vote a public bond aomen awa e
Chair covers fcr the kitchen | MimaiiM.jwjtitI .
be something cf a new idea may bet I case. I issue, but it is hard to pay the increased |I tjaw ten ben aantalsatr /
taxes a bond issue forces.

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.. "

GLADES COUNTY Click said that about $3,000- worth a-ev's.meo.j Inl one for the Seniors. It. seems LEGAL NOTICES foTln

of the stock had been sold. Just that this nice cool weather that I

DEMOCRAT how much will be sold at this timeI SCHOOL DAZESTAFF \ we're been having lately has not % :

do not know but the boys need- of ------ .Y.
MOORE BA TEY.: FLORIDA had the usual effect r
ed fCv90 to buy more modern our vim or vitality. increasing, Glades County Board of Commissioners

Entered Editor _____. _______ at lu reantar meeting XOD- .
a. cecond-cUas matter May I equipment aDd put their plant in Tracy Anne However, we did bare a short day November 4th. 19U, will receive :-
.. 127 at the Poctoffice at Moore proper shape, and it would be a Avsorlate Editor Kettle Kobinson eUs meeting and elected oar class sealed otters for the purchase of _
Haven. Florida under the Act of I ( H fcr M 'nt teer which it desires -
Snooper __ __ new
Congress of March J. 18J7. I good investment for anyone with /11111 mother and class colors. They areas ,I to pvrcBBM for cash on deliv

{I little money Sports ______ Char Clajton follows SuM equipped with >
iiila I, |foot scraper ublade, < te with ;
Published Every Friday By j The experimental stage has delis Tommy Wayman Class Mother: Mrs Virginia 1 l drauliciuscootrois.
Personalities ____.. Nand
TilE GLADES PRINTING CO. I.e. s I initely been passed with the coop- Opal >nKatliUven Brtdger. starter hy the lowest
CARR SETTLE PablUber j j ierative and enough county farmers McLanglilinC Class Colors: Green and Whit3. It is expected offer for that reasonably early substantial :::-

f' have invested enough money to assure 'aRlt1u"ou'r ...... T. Jean DnprwUuth We do want to tell you about delivery will be accepted but the
--- -- the right to reject
Clo**' the boosting of Senior Morale by Board reaervre
its continuance. The members I any and all bid*.
SUbwrlptl. Rater Quft04ion of Meek Bean Ilefiin the
One IrarU ____ _____ feel, as do most others, that it ;s Doyle Ball who scored one of
8ap }. E. FRIERSQN. Chairman
Tiit __._._ Hrttie J.tobifWlOf1I [ in La Belle, Friday
; M..... ___.__ _.___ $1.23Carr highly important that they keep two touchdowns Glades County Board of Commis-
'tile processing plant for providing I IloIt limit nignt We also want to add that. sioners..

}''a Jan ItapreeMb a nice game and Attest
retail outlet. This plant, at the Tommy played D 8. WKEKR. Clerk.
IFflvEANDE9NGS beginning I I was quite a financial i yamsot -- Dot WWiamsosn we're hoping Dean win be able to I Oct. 10-11 and 25th .

drain but has his luck in the next game with
it come oat of the ; Iri1I I78 1:1II mi Q U ell @I try
I red and has been! making money Pompano. I -

By- Settle But capital is needed for contingencies H\LLOMK'E.N: M'IRIT DiTS( IsLAnD DILUJI..K. Din-

I and some of those contingencies Everyone knows Hallowe'en is JUXfORH I''II'IaK'I"......nnno TMTEBUBCTIOX W30ERSsVPlartuwat.
just around the and
corner we are
Slsie Story
I arrived before the capital; By I
Again there is talk of a sugar!! hence the sales" of the preferred all planning on having a wonderful The Juniors bare done little I -

mill being located In the vicinity time, but lets remember that this week besides discussing 0.1'1 I The annual landowiwnetting of
stock. Here hoping they get that 'the Dtatott Island Dr Iln1Ce District
csT Moore Haven and this time ;t I I they need and qakkly the property around us belongs to Hallowe'en p..... I swill be held in the t' urt Rohm of
any be the real McCoy. Anywaywe other people. Scaring people by I One of our Classmates, Sarah I the County Court County Hou, "Florida In Moore on
I Haven Glades
can: only hope and do ever>- The hearing OB Harold Stewart's I scratching on their windows, ringing Story has deserted us. to get mar- Tuesday, November 6. m', at 3:oo

thlng in ear power to bring :tatom. i: doorbells, and making a lot I ried. Sarah here's wishing you and o'clock P. M.
suit at Miami last week had hardly
I of noise of the meeting is to
to what everyone expects that couple The purpose
Ira all the Happiness
bf the Board of
gotten underway wIleD the day elect ODe member
A representative of a Louisiana .from kids, bat the abasing of can could have I Supervisors to fill the vacancy
flint was here oa Tuesday, very I was over and a postponement was and destruction of personal property caused by the expiration of the term
ordered by the circuit judge presiding of C B. Miner.At .
briefly but his third trip really to a little extreme oa SOPHOMOHK M-JWB:
making election race acre of land
Three days have been allotted I' such
here In the Interest of a proposedmill I i aDd what we call ,... The social time in the ClubHouse in the District shall entitle the owner -
next week for the case So come on kids, let's surprise a thereof to one vote In person or
which he will move here from i I last Tuesday evening was writing duly .11PH4
commercial being
be fishermen are in
by prosy
Louisiana if the government will people by going home at a reasona- grand, glorious successThe' new J. E. FRlBRSOK,
permit the moving aad will permit given an opportunity. I am I I his hoar without doing any dam record player to a Philco, and to a Chairman Board of Sapervtaors.
Oct. 111
told to present the case in full.It J. X (COOTE. Secretary.
the transfer of the compat y's quota i age. You can have Just "oodles"of i good one The hoboes enjoyed an
well be that this will give
wholly or in part from Louisiana may fan without hurting anyone or 1 evening of dancing and didn't mind
them the break they're been looking ,
to Florida. Since: Florida and anything. Just remember the Golden -' the work they had to do for their MITICIJ OK KI.HCTIOV

:LouMaaa are in the same quota for and make unnecessary .a Text "Do unto others as you eats. The Sophomores are looking I I To' the Sheriff of Glades County, of

area this shouldn't be too difficult further hearing on an injunction.On I would have them do onto yoa." forward to a good time the second /tilDe the It State known.of That Florida I. :a A. Gray,
Monday night a member of Ye Editor.
Tuesday of November. More about I Secretary of State of the of Florida,

J.- -E. FTtersoa was contacted andasked a sport fishing group from Jacksonville this later. I do hereby give notice that a

to serve as expediter of the I met with a group of fishermen QUESTION OF TUB UKEKDy Mr. Raulersoa to donating a pig' be (held ilixERAL In Glades BtECTIOwill County\ State

project! and if anyone can pat it here and, while he is said Dean lIe tn for the Sophomores Hallowe'en pig of Florida. on Tuesday next succeed

over it will be Ed. You'll remem- to have virtually admitted that Question: Do you approve of the raffle. The pig to a beauty, aad I II Ins the first Monday in November, A.
,. Mid Tuesday being the
ber that he was the power behindthe the sport fishermen were responsible present school system? If not, we shall soon be around to sell D. 194 Filth Day .f November

REA project which we all i for the closing of the Lake I why? I'Chances"' for this raffle.FUKMIMAN For United States Senator.For .
hoped for and didn't honestly The cheerleaders aad girls should t -- a.porea..ntatIYe of the SixthConcresional
he said that the St. John's River District of the State of
think we'd get. But it to now a had been their target and not Lake get to go on the DOS to Football. NEWS Florida in the Eightieth Congress Of

reality. Now Ed has turned his efforts Okeechobee I didn't attend the games also get to sit with.tbe By Mildred Close the For United Two' State Justices of the Suprass

toward the new sugar mill meeting but if it has been described boys. "Dot." Jeanne HelHn to to be our .aeea. Court of the State of Florida.

and we'd gamble that he'll bare correctly to me something They should give Physics! Wilson We are already out working for the For State Two of Ran.COIMBkoRoBen Florida. of

the necessary acreage subscribedIn smells, and badly. I think the Cason. votes. For State Senator' for None (27th)
the next few days. commercial interests should be extremely They should let as out at 12t0 Matilda Cartoon has been absent Florida.Senatorial District of the State of

I Vent over with Ed and County wary of affiliating with instead of 1215. Jeceie. for several days, and we heard For One Member of the House Of

Agent Hutchinson Wednesday to I any group of sport fishermen to I think they should have another she to in the honptal. We miss Ida.Representatives of' the State of Ftor

time for band. Peggy.I her a lot and hope she will be back
talk to Charles E. Wetherald, ex- bring pressure on another groupof For Two County Commissioners.
ecutive vice-president of the United I commercial fishermen. Andthat's think we should have a better soon. Districts Two' and Four.
Becky For Two Members of the County
water and heating system. I
States Sugar Corporation about the the way it sounded, second- Board of Public Instruction. DistrictsOne
proposed mill for the Louisiana banded, to me. Stalls.I Two weeks ago the Freshmen and Three.
well local think we should provide bet decided that It was time ye had For Justice of the Peace in and fr
company as as growers 1 the Justice via
following Districts :
do not wish to go Into any sort of! Governor Caldwell took anotherer ter transportation for the bus ate some officers in our classes, so we None.

opposition with the established resounding slap when the Demo- dent. Lois Cox. took time out for our elections. For Constable in and for the follow-
1 i We need a new and better'I We chose Joyce Click for president, ing Justice Districts vit: Noae
which has
corporation done so cratic Executive committee, in session In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto
f much for the entire 'glades area In Jacksonville, failed to approve schedule. Betty Arnold. Rupert Ball, vice-president. and set my hand aDd affixed te
But Wetherald We should get a credit in all" Betty Arnold, secretary-treasurer Great Seal of the State of Florida. at
we found Mr. very his choice of a candidate for Tallahassee, the
Capital this the ant
I cooperative and unable to see State Comptroller to fill the vacancy the subjects we take. Especially In order to have money for our I day of September. A. b. UK.R. .

where a new mill here would furnish caused by the death of Jim reading. Eddie Bailey. various needs in the future. we .

opposition to the corporation Lee The Governor's candidate are taking part In the Hallowe'en Secretary A. GRAY of Stat,

CAMPIS: HOEUWhile carnival, which will be Hallowe'en To Hon. J. J. VVlftgiBte,
He also said that the corporation Clarence Gay of Orlando will serve i I ,-

would sell growers seed cane whichis until the first of January but Sen I roving over the amp::1 (Continued on Page 8) Sept. 6. to Sheriff Oct. M Glades, U County
the of the first
a mighty big boost for the pro- Edwin Fraser of Bonifay will have, year one things -, :,
that caught our the hedge
eye was
ject. his name on the ballot November Atintitimimt '
that has been removedand
If the Louisiana firm means 5 and is assured of election for and fence ati ;

badness, aad somehow I think the remaining two years of the replaced by posts which are From where
to be palsied in the near fatare I sit M4 Joe Marsh
they do, and if the governmentwill four-year term. i
Do remember the little refreshment -
you -
give a green light, we shouldsee

a mill operating in thte vtclnt-I JOK r.oiu I>IHS stand that was started .
last school term? Well, it has been:
ty by the first of 1948. Keep your I
finished and be to Want a Vacation '$
residents can pat use
fiagefs crossedEncouraging Joe Gorra well-known to -
I now at the athletic games and we I 4 :
of Moore Haven In the early ?
It furnished with' : from .
are hoping to get
news also from the 1'8.. died last week at hto home Marriage?

dairy cooperative which was ta in Kissimmee Details of his death emergency equipment so that we _

seed! of new financing In order tocarry ,were not available but he has resided might be able to segregate the Alvin Blake went south his
sick children from the other students on vabod, to cook for. :
was about
out their plans for keeping in 'Kissimmee through most cation,for to ;
some fishing and
wire Al
their processing plant in operation of the years since he operated asa I Missus to enjoy vacation when he barges home a I
Hurrah! the flagpole has been a from the week ahead of time and
Preferred stock was placed on sale grower: and shipper here in the corncob pipe clothes she almost
straightened and the flag to waving in a heap, and cries for .'
this week and this morning D. **. early days solos the gratitude.(Felt the same .tr
on harmonica. .
I high over Moore Haven High way myself, says AL) .
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School agata. First few days, Martha
From where I
sit, these differ
Another improvement that was it-house .i1f
neat and
quiet, top back
: ences of habit and _
made daring our summer vacationwas opinion
F. E. DILKS on the toothpaste,no morning mess whether they have te do :
the addition of a back door I II from Alvin's with cora-
I -i
midnight snacks (Al's lob
pipes, a glass of beer .
to the Elementary School Building er pfey-
partial to bit :
a of cheese
aDd beer j
Piano Tuning and Repairing I We would like to thank those at bedtime). fag the harmonica, seem nifeatr 4

who participated In encouragingand trivial when,..'re.....rat d.And

bringing about these changes. Come the end of the week she they ars, tool :.i

Now in Moore Haven for a Coupleof I.OsT. FOUND, W.'XTEII!!! began the Clarion to fidget,it looked: couldn't so nnmusscd even read; 114 ,.
I .
Lost Oa good grade from Lat didn't have any appetite cf .nuA :::

weeks.At in II. I noCopyright,19:6 _

Wanted: A boy friend. ,
,Vnlted States Brewers Fountain
Found: A brand-new Philco radio -'
Moore Haven Hotel.
and phonograph <( J
the 19th grade possession |I

Found: Two loads of Stardust on '!

Moonlight Arena j

i' Lost: one heart; if found by a' HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
6 ft. 2! in. good looking boy. keep!'

lit and inform owner. Address: 10-1!

fo' desk School Date.SPORTS I II 'D' MILKAnd

FLAMING[ O I By Tommy Way man I Other
The Terriers made another try Products

for victory at La Bell* test Friday, AVAILABLE

i i i but were defeated by the opposing AT YOUR
team I

The Terriers were outnumberedby I ."_ GROCERY AND

f .r the Bulldogs and the r, ,
came out as winner with a DRUG STORELFA

of 45-12. Of coarse, the Terriers

confess that the effect of the af- I

Roughage and Concentrated Feeds ternoon sun were partly to blame I
for their defeat I

: Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users "" j! Their this next afternoon game will at be 3:36 in p.Pompano m.-

Boys don't let the heat sap your I IPf'P
this time: bat get in and I
t 1 fight!" We hope tat Dean lIef- ;

It Hn, captain of the Terriers, will I I.. Phone 20 Belle Glade
t CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) be back in tie ffgfet Friday. ,. Fla. and .

MOORE H VEX, FLORID I ii West Palm Beach, Fla. ::


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; PERSONAL and SOCIETY t FOR SLK Brooder and PryrBatteries. is

I r .-L. J. Fape. W. Saga k 'i

I ..jOSr'lirw more dewiston.KW ,

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Mr. U4 Mrs Mek Grease \ravevWton sad Mrs Jasseaoodw \LE 2 MIl,.... hi-fis

Suday 1* Port My eve. I,and children were la Lake r. tarnished; lei; sere .< lord :

, I Sunday visiting Meads. tot :.,trtly footed. 3 Btttk tows Silves.
< iN chfekeas, ono mO Mat
8. R. Gutt was a Ttattor Wednesday Misses Waada Yoder and n: Moore :tore Priced at $L-

"? to fort Pierce. Scott will arrive today from, .'"'>,00. L. D. Carr, Moore Haves,

son University to spend tlu F,1.: lt! {
: ;
Tommy kit Selacday for
, end with their pa.....
+ a visit wife frteads i% Mace Ga.

Mr. and M1.T r Fo.'. ,
Mr. and Mrs Paul Wilaoo spent,Mr. and Mrs ;.', ,A\...;
" : Sunday in Miami. were visitors here today 11 1' Mark R. Tennant

_ ter was hunting a borne -i ,
Mr. ad Mn E. J. Bowyer werevisitors will be transferred here .1 IAce.aed

in Fort. -Myers Friday night I agent for the Atlantic Coa-, I. Real Estate Broker-

Mrs. tee Vu De Velde was a GLADES COUNTY LANDS

.; :t ........ Tftritor ia ....i FrUUy Teachers Give Shower 607 Congress! IHtlg. Miami. na.i .

-..'" For Mrs. Morrison a
.: lire M4 Mrs. R. A. Wflllams

wart vtattori in Fort flyers Tae J ,

s dq Mrs Margaret K Farnam ,

ty saperinteadent sad the :r p
C,.. a4 Mrs. L. P. TmnMr sad ben of the school faculty sa\ s Y

j\: ..to kntOw, Wesley Tuner, of Mimi stork shower at Mrs' Faru.I1.; t V S i Dr. W. W. Matthews

cactt the week-eatf with Mrs home last tight eomplimemu I : !

T.aart author, Mrs Laey Bowea. Mrs M E. Morrison wife of i l'"
x principal of the Moore Hdi i :-: :-:- : : : : : :
' (!lades Ryan returned Friday to school.A .

attat- brief musical program u..I i ,.rte eterinarjan, has eetabiishal
arranged by Mrs J. A. Muhi- 1
Y- Ms ...... Mrs. Florence H. Ryan! who played two selections, Brahma I i I IcarUre in Clewiston. Office

:,. --- I Lallaby sad By The Waters ofMinaetonka I ,L".NDKIN\ ? hours 4 to 6 P. >l daily except -
SUatey Wayman. who is employ: Mrs. Lillian Go>etu M: H 'a Ti 'r t st ,ail Ear d :iirg L -, fc Oli St'h'"01; I "

".; ed te Mbml. spent tae wee-k-es also gave two readings which were II I doT* ", ,'I.' 15t :..mg fr: a be:th in tn .nd prtan' with tb' << Sunday. Office phone 193K.
..... with Ms parents. Mr. ad Mrs much enjoyed. lm\tTM\! It Jl l l. ,ua ta drHe Is one of a 1,trs. Jf.tP (.ffreshimn
.? \ Stanley W.'a& Cup cakes sad coffee were served -i ila\tr- who gi\ promise Of patting the tnivprsin Residence phone 17'MARKETTE'S :'
< I football team in the limlight in the next three years Courtesy
; after Mrs. Morrison bad opened
; Mrs. David s-; was called to her lovely gifts. I of University Department of Publicity. iB.
' many
::-i Ortaade Tuesday ai ht by tae ser- l
Attending were: Mrs Goyette I
. "';., loa IHaees of her stater. Mrs Alfred TrabUn of Tampa: Mr. and
Mrs Mailtos, Mrs Farnam, Mrs
.: :, Roberts.tr Mrs Palmer of Sarasota Mr. and
Morrison, Miss Audrey Coulter,
;. --- Mrs II R. Richman Palm Harbor -
Miss Myrtle Bouldln, Mrs F. M,: RADIO APPLIANCE
( Roy Donald Lundy arrtred today .. ; )I. M. Smith, Dodge City BE .
Minarieh. Mrs L. R."at. Mrs'
";'f from the University of Florida Wooler and Earl J. Wooler of
W. B. Norton, Jr., Mrs Dan Griffith SALES
3- in Gainesville to spend the weekend Lakeland Ga.; Harry Taylor and .
Mrs. E. P. Ewing, Mrs. J. W.,
:,; with his parents. Mr. and Mrs George Dwyer of Bradenton. Mr
Cram, Mrs Paul Wilson, Mrs. W.
=r= P. E. Lundy. Deck of Jacksonville; Mrs. Castle CLEWISTOFLA..
D. Jackman Mrs D. C. Gorman:
.,,>: Mrs. Loek- and daughters of Jacksonville.ML17TIM .
Muller and
Mrs. Wm :
}lr. and Mrs. R. D. Yoder, Mrs.
',; L. D. Carr and F. V.*. Ange were hart Mrs Morrison's mother, of CLASS I Deealers For

business visitors in Miami Tuesday West Palm Beach

Mr. Yoder drove home a new The Mollie Settle Class of the
' Jeep which he purchased for Click VFW Auxiliary Gives Methodist Church met Wednesday Doyle Cyclo Power Lawn MowersFor

Farms. evening at the home of Mrs. W. S
Showers For Members '
I. Bozeman.Mrs. Immediate Delivery
\ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Veltrl of
: E. P. Ewing gave the devotional -
Miami spent the eek-end with Auxiliary the Veterans .
The Ladies of a very interesting program -
her Mr. and Mrs. M A. $159.503Month's
; entertained
of Foreign Wars on Stewardship and after a .,
" Summers Mrs. Summers returned .If *
week with stork .
daring the past brief business session the hostess .
home with them lor few days
a :showers for two of Its members served refreshments to the sixteen
Thtt. Mrs Margaret PressKy and Mrs members and guests present. Factory Guarantee.
Ann Daniels
Mr. and Mrs P D. Barton MreNBBe .
The shower for Mrs Prealer On its toe to attract new industries -
Dratton and Harry Fogle-! was given on Wednesday night of the Perry chamber of ,

oeg returned Wednesday to their)I last week at the home of Mrs commerce report surveys are now
teraw In Dlaefleld aad Mullina w.,'.: Mertle Van De Velde. There was being made for the possible establishment -
Vn. after t@n- a no planned program but the ladies of a foundry and agricultural -
Get the Habit of Shopping tat t
sad Mrs. C. JI Settle F. C. Settle attending enjoyed the social machinery plant a ceramics

who bM been maUD hto parents hoar together sad watched Mrs lndn"tr\ a wood' handbag!: shop
k for the pMt two weeks returned number of 10I \" "- and
Pressley unwrap s numerous small} r plant-] in
,' to West Virginia with then to visit I baby gifts after which r .fr. -h. Taylor county
I II The'Family In
a brother in Charleston before .
meats were served to MIS all\ '
4 returning to his >mc in Pryor. 1(1' I
Hadd!D. Mrs Preortey
I. I FortMyer
7 Okla. tilda Keller: Mrs Clara Uhidd'tiMt (\ I

-- Amy Lundy, Mrs J. P ("" !
'Mr'< Ila Mae Herndon Mrs 1 J..i- FLAME 00" t-Io00' Dept. *,
i ,, rl> I Ii
-h. ridan. Mrs Ann Summers. nlVfi : )
Von Mf ) r,ssrurssixos4aeoorsI Store" Fla.
: Ann Daniels. Mrs p! ... !
... Inane, Mrs Caroline Palo anll 1 1Mis \ ..,.M...-r.. 1 YMwr=Y Yw
Y.. I l ISun. J 'A. Lee. i .
Mis Daniels' shower wah.. .id) arik r.r.Mr.

last night at the Woman's nut OMIT ra K t t i Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More
dubhoase following the reculirhn '22* AEROIL PRODUCTS CO.571S .
!'liipsc meeting of the auxiliar\
I llt\ FRO ont CT.I.oO'M" 100.000
and th
The ladles played "Cootie" I Itf'm"J
honoree opened a large set"> ti.>n I'arkc W New. York, N.Y,
and Mon 0 I,'t"Till ::::0.1: ,
of baby gifts for the group to se I

: OIlrFN Yf.Ins": Refreshments of canapes and an _' ' 'burn '. : : _
( served
Charles heed drlak were ,
I Attending were Mrs Sallie tlad-

News : den Mrs Margaret Pnult'y.II''' EVERY MECHANICin
Gladys Stalls Mrs Rosilda h'r.!! .
Mrs Clara WhMden Mrs Hatti"
The and Wed. Oct 22-23 Bryant Mrs. Amy Lundy Mrs J our

"14' I'M LUK\ B. Cos. Mrs 1U Mae Herndon

Vivian' Blaine. Harry James Mrs Lois Sheridan Mrs" Doroth
$ Foster Mrs. Frances Randall Mrs
Repair Department"Holds
Cartoon Ana Soatmers.Vmoag .

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Fri and Sets Oct. 25-2 I A CertificateOf
the visitors daring; th'
-IllFFlLO III LL" : past week at Wltttaau Hunting; and ProficiencyIn

Joel hCrca I Fishing Lode were: E. D. Merlen

:and John Nags of Tampa \\
CIJIMsONo.. 10 : Kempler sad At Merman of Tira- CHEVROLET Repair Work

;denton; J, Ashley of Lake \\aU-.

I Ted Fuller, R T. Caamberlain am1

--------- To keep that car running have your repairs made by

QUALIFIED mechanics in a shop well-equipped to handle -

JOHN H. MALOY. JR. I any job on any make car-large or small.
Federal Tax Consultant \UT.Ul\ r.lluc i I

INCOMK: TWITIIIIOLUI'N .\\ :s :, Just Heceived-Large Shipment of Scat

*. I:"TIM STEI I.U& 'TlO'
OI.'L !'fCt \-
.1M OTHUl Fl.UHlL T\E, I Covers-All :Makes and Models

October 21st to October 31 1946 (

Sebring Hotel Sebring, Fla tj j! Chevrolet Co.

13AsU W.Center oeI'Mr Fra kltn Sts-Storing. Florida. Phone\).A

Formerly Internal Rereaae Oftieer t I i

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information various subjects J -
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OR W.P GN Questions ; 7. Are there any paeger pigeons
in existence today?
1. What musician was nick
RICE TH&N1- named the "March King :? The Answers

FAR EASTERN REPORT ; 2. In what state does tradition 1. John Philip Sousa.
Big Nine the South the'
Here's what members of the house i THE PAuLN say that the state charter was hid 2. Connecticut (in Hartford).
and the Far
West By )
military affairs committee reported : are LLoN. I den in an old oak tree, which is 3. An interpreter of dreams.
not the sections that have
to General Eisenhower following \ returned i I now called the Charter oak? 4. Thirty years.
to speed and
their return from an inspection of football.In prewar. powerin Rdcaaed by Western Newspaper Union. ii i i 3. What is an oneirocritic? 5. A lady's small wrist watch,

Bur military bases in the Far East. this connection, we'd like to MEAT ANIMALS WILL RETURN i: 4. What is the average age of which requires only about ',-

1. Morale of our Far East occupational call your attention to the Ivy league. TO MARKET WHEN PRICES RISE i' Americans today? 000,000th as much power a* a V-

troops is being endangered too oftenunder I WASHINGTON.-It is not difficult i i 5. What common mechanical watt electric light bulb.

by the army's delay In rated by football to find out what made the meat dis : device requires the least energyto 6. Yes. It requires 8 per cart
sending wives and families to camp followers appear. operate? more energy than walking fast.

officers and enlisted men. around the map. The farmers according to my 6. Can walking downstairs be 7. No. The last known survivw

2. The army Is doing little to In the last few best farm experts have entered considered strenuous exercise? died in captivity in 1914.

set up facilities for the proper strength in
years Upon a practical boycott of the ------ --
housing of army wives and chil- the Ivy circuit market as a result of the OPA price !'

dren who want to Join the has belonged large- ceilings. Some increased ceilings : t
troops. On Okinawa for Instance ly to Army and were allowed a few weeks back, but r i' ii I e

surplus army stoves and Navy who may be not enough to lure cattle or hogs
plumbing supplies-badly need considered part cf into the market. Paul Porter's

ed in quonset huts where army this roundup since I group operating OPA increased

families will be housed have there ie rvn such rtf* I cattle from $18 to $20.25 a hundred

been sold to the Chinese. Grantland RIce ficial organization. I pounds, and moved bogs up from

3. Another demoralizing factor To this pair in 1946 you can add $14.83 to $16.25 a hundred. Since ,

is the shortage of cigarettes Pennsylvania, Yale, Columbia Cor- I then, packing supplies of meat have

fresh fruit and vegetables. nell and a greatly improved Harvard dwindled steadily until the cities

Eisenhower promised to look into i i squad. Outside of this circuit, I have gotten around to horse meat.

these facts immediately. : Holy Cross is the East's best bowl I Butchers' shelves are empty near-

t Congressmen reported that an es. |, prospect. ly everywhere except for slim allowances :

timated 350 Jap soldiers are still j Excluding Army and Navy, Pennsylvania I of sausage, cold meats and

at large on the island of Okinawa has a Red and Blue squal other inferior substitutes for nor w.

living a Robinson Crusoe existence this fall that should be an even I'j mal supplies.The .

In the hills. American authorities match for any team in the country \ farmers are simply taking a I j /

"are not seriously troubled. 5 A not barring the prides of the Big gamble that prices will go higher. ,

lone Jap fugitive was picked up a Nine or the pick of the South. Saner The feed situation is conducive to ; i' &

couple of months ago on Saipan, aft I has a terrific line averaging j holding meat on the hoof. Excel-! 4p

er having been at large for over a ground 212 pounds, loaded with ex- 'j' lent crops of corn and grain and : ,

When: asked :were he had perience. The Penn coach also has ', good pasture conditions, have afforded "
Teen getting water on the very dry at least 8 or 10 high-class backs 1 opportunities for feeding and

portion of the Island to which he had who can maWi any set In football I fattening now to sell for a higher
been confined, the Nip replied that today. They have speed weight ; price later. :

he had gone at night to a large houseIn running and passing strength far j y
an isolated sector, drinking from beyond the average.: :
the and his canteea The This may seem to the consumer
tap filling !
will be
borne was that of the Am .can for any team to manhandle this to be a rather selfish arrangement, Rub in gently-warming, soothing Ben-Gay for fasta a:
I but the economic management relief from muscular soreness and pain. Ben-Gay contains -
commander.The returned j! fall, and that includes Army. which the government has built up up to 2\1 times more methyl salicylate and
' over the past few years has practically menthol-famous pain-relieving agents known to every
worried that lower ranking
l Best Yale Squadi
"tak required the farmer to do i doctor-than five ether widely offered rub-ins. Insiston
commissioned officers
are I Blue doesn't what he genuine Ben-Gay the original Baume Analg sique.
i But the Red and is doing. He sees inflationary -
ing the Japs to their hearts.
Congressmen fear that many : stand alone. Howie Odell has the prices all around him. Strikes { Also for Piia due to RKBMATISM, HIliRALGLand COLES.
: best.looking squad Yale has known for tremendous increases in '
occupation officers have forgot- wages Ask for Mild Bco-Gif for CI J4mI.n .
ten that the Japs were our ene- in years. The combination of Ell i running as high as 30 per cent are

mies only a year ago. Japs | and Levi can be sensational, Levi being conducted in the large cities,
the congressmen say have not i' being Levi Jackson, the dark ante- j and In a price inflation period nat

forgotten their dead but some : lope who gives promise of a big ,' urally he would assume his own

I? of our men have forgotten the year. right to strike.

s Americans who died battling In 229-pound Barzflauskas Yale Now the government on the
of the best linemen that
J these same Japs. has one i[ OPA side of the matter has produced 1.
ever wore the Blue, looking back to i
One of MacArthur's difficulties la 1 figures showing; much
the great shortage of Jap-American !" such stars as Pudge Heffelfinger less cattle than last year are
Y Eddie Glass Gordon Brown and along ____ ___ ___ __ ------
: interpreters. Result: In Japanese going into the midwest feed lots
towns without any Interpreter reports I parade of others from forgotten for fattening, and in other ways
on conditions, written by Jap : years. excuses: itself and refuses to How to help your child fightFEAROFDARKNESSP
But Jackson and Barzilauskas '
authorities, are sent to U. S. head- I are'I Ii look the situation in the face.
I not the only two Yale stars. The
quarters as official reports. I Seeing the consumers' side of
Plans to recruit 50,000 Filipinosfor I alert Odell has one of the biggest it alone in OPA, it has fixed

our army have fallen through and most capable lines that Yale ceilings for what it calls anti-

because of lack of money. The pres- has known in years plus a well- : inflationary purposes wholly

ent goal is 35,000, with the training rounded backfield that might easily unmindful of the truth of the
give Eli her best team since BillMallory's ,
now under way. matter which Is-the ceilings ...a. rvcommfnJtJ fa tit.
outfit back in 1923.
Worst areas in the Pacific for themselves have become purely ,' '' Merest of cfciU wolfs by ....
troop morale are Korea and the Yale also would be a match for I theoretical and the meat cannotbe / Rosa G. Anderson, ,.. 0.
Aleutians. Korea is the center of :, the prides of the South and the pick obtained at any price. i; Director ef tb. PsycfcelegU
of the West.
political intrigue and, because it bat I ''' col Jenrit Center ef N. f.
You can add Lou Little and the I The government is empowered to
the end of the the
supply lines 'f
Columbia Lion to this group. Lit- :, keep up this stalemate until OPA 1 Feuoftkedatkufoaaded
food served is bet.
our troops hardly tle's Lions won eight out of nine I I expires next June but with the >' '' I oo a dread of the un
ter than field rations. In the bare
games last fall, losing only to Penn election coming on, its position is known. Many a grown man
treeless Aleutians, the big wish of becoming more and more embarrassing feels his courage ebb with the
U. S. troops is for a 12-month rotation sylvania.This I.I daylight. And td a child,
season Columbia has an even politically every day. My
system. They now are sent ona whose limited esper.eacltmakes
better team with Kasprzak added I' guess would be that the White House
two-year hitch with scant chance him even more fearful
to Rossides and Kusserow in the considers it is being pressed closer .
the dark on be filled with terrors
back to the
Ej to get comparative gayety backfield back I and closer into a political predica- which affect his
of Alaska. a speed a power I r may emotional -
; i S a back and one of the best passers ment from which it will extricate adja mem.

STALIN'S WAR OF NERVES that ever chucked a pigskin. So far itself in the usual-if hot the normally -

Most fact about Stalin's as the college game goes Coach intelligent-way, by lifting the
prices again. By "the normally in-
Little doesn't bar either Luckman '
recent widely broadcast and i or Governali in this Kasprzak com telligent way" I mean going thor 2 Bring back the daylight
widely-haded-as-conciliatory state- world he knows, with
oughly into its whole mismanagement -
ments to a London newsman is the pariscn. you"Eveready"flashlight...
date. The date was September 24. "One more tackle" Lou tells you of the intricate machinery : show that the yard or the
: from the time calf is born until
the "and we might worry somebody. a I basement is the same familiar
For on exactly same day Sta.
the world that Lou and his Lions worry everybody it reaches the butcher shop and I place by night as by day. ;
tin there
was telling
.. i! even if they drop a game or two. then revise the regulations so as to i Or that nyMerious night-time
was no danger of another war, he produce meat supplies at fair pricesin sounds ate made by simple <
was sending a note to Turkey which Cornell Has Power common justice. things-rattling shades, moving
sang another tune. i, / branches, pets let him ; .
The note to Turkey was not made Ed McKeever's Cornell squad la A BID FOR FARM VOTESo ate your flashlight him v If- t
public until four days later. Thus no "shove around" for anybody. The I as I say my guess is that per or,better still get him ODe of '"' l "
Stalin publicly put fears to rest, Big Red from Ithaca and Cayuga' haps a week or two before electionthe own.Tits.'t; aaaUrnm

while simultaneously warning Turkey Waters has a star tackle in Wydo price ceilings will be relaxed in

that she nrust yield to Russia and a star back in Martin. Columbia order to get the farmer vote. However ?

on the D danelles and that she just missed getting Wydo who this does not seem to me to

must permit Russian troops on fills half a line. McKeever like Little be even particularly reasonable politics ,: 3 Encourage small tasks him after to perform dark.

Turkish soil. If not, the implied is another coach who can lose as congress wanted to relax v when he may use his "Ire-

threat was war. three games and still look good. the OPA restraints considerablymore read'" flashlight,such as pot

Thus, despite Stalin's attemptto Which reminds me of an inter in the beginning and congress M a ting his toys away or getting;
woo the world, his aims remain view I once had with Bob Zuppkeat [ is the agency facing election this something for you from a
: exactly the same. Fur- Illinois. "How do things look?" '' year, not Mr. Truman or his OPA. dark closet Above x21. never '
thermore, they remain exactly I asked."I So while a further boost in prices Y frighten him with "Bogey

the same as those of the czars can lose every game and still would perhaps relieve the pressure r s Then man';he appeal will ttcefft to his darkness pride.

before him. Finally they remain look good" Zup answered. : on the White House, the majority aiaothuPmnoftbedJ7.B .
today with his allies exactly Dick Harlow's Harvard team is :, of congressmen facing re-election B
the same as with his old the dark horse. Give Harlow any (up to nearly two-thirds of their
sparring partner Hitler. sort of material and be can Jolt number) have a record more favori .

For, in 1940, when Russia and your teeth out. He has a star full- i able to the farm viewpoint-and the
Germany were under a nonaggression back In Moravic, a star tackle anda i obtaining of meatIncidentally

pact, the same Molotov now much Improved squad. Syracuse i Agriculture Secretary -
dickering in Paris went to Berlin to can be another dark horse under > Anderson who was originally : ANY flashlight use, rely oo EXTRA

dicker with Ribbentrop for terms Clarence Mann. brought into the picture by Mr. Truman I batteries. Their reputation s

under which Russia would come into So far as the East is concerned i to take charge of the food supply for longer life of brighter light POWER,

the war against England. The I we string with Army. As Rip Miller situation and to straighten it out has made them the largest-selling ; EXTRA LIFE

terms Molotov wanted were the Dar ; of Navy told me at West Point, by this time (he had distinguished flashlight batteries id the world-and t

dandies Iran, Iraq, the Balkans I and long as you have Blanchard himself in congress by making a justly!Ask your dealer for"EYeready" LOIK JI -AT NO

and the mouth of the Red sea. Hitler Davis, you have a real foot- report which was generally approved batteries by came; their extra light, MATT EXTRA COST
wouldn't give these terms and ball team." as showing some common extra life cost yon nothing extra! t I

Russia finally was forced into the I'd like to add Tucker at quarterto sense in the matter), has been ill in

on the side of the Allies, not this pair. There is a pretty fair New Mexico for the past several
war them. chance that he is the best all-around weeks. His friends have been NATIONAL CAXION COMPANY,INC

against that the war is over Stalin quarterback in college football doubtful as to when or whether he 30 East 42nd Street.. New York 17.N.Y.
Now p./.s 0-.c......c.-n..w.m .
and Molotov are right back where Tom Hamilton's Navy team took would be able to return, an inside (!

they were in 1940-trying to get the the leading losses in material. Nary factor which may have contributedto

and other long-range material may be doubtful but the demoralization of the admin- .., ........
Dardanelles ia a.,4yellttsa.an.t.....,Jfoa..l e.to.<..... ...
Russian objectives. Hamilton, pins Rip Miner are not. istration meat machinery aeain.




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1ll1l. -1 Wall Brackets Are Easy to Make; I a Janti/in'l, w2LCk f r rIt
Add Charm to the Living Room I II I 1
When persons start to learnt was the day of the school! concert -
drive an automobile, they est and charm to any room as a'' The audience consisted manly ';
often take a turn for the t USf PATTER!?TO well designed set of wall brackets. of mothers, proud or envious,
worse. MARK MEctsTNErI CUT This group of three makes a most according to the parts their children -

In the early days, wild cattle t 14-s4cu satisfying arrangement over the were playing. !
RO/tRTCM'BORE COPING sofa in the living room. On the program with the musi- I
locked horns Mild S'
; now ,
2 eRRpETS jI
G However they would be Just as much cal numbers were several recita-
automobiles lock \
<< bumpers. 1 /
SAM at borne anywhere else in the home tions by the pupils.
What some people don't even in the kitchen. ..bathroom. or baU. One small boy came to the Note of a Newspaper Man .
know about driving would filla Pattern 263 gives actual-size cutting stage. Striking a bold attitudethe Churchill and Ass't See'y of State
hospital. Q G 6i,, guide and complete directions for mak "small fry" began, "Friends, Berle thrashed out a lot of problems
ing these brackets. A copy<< of this pat.
Romans and lend at 10 Downing street during
The latest type of auto horn e tern may be obtained by vending lie: countrymen me
produces the notes of a harp. I a ith name and address direct to: your ears .*' the war. Berle protested Churchill'ssupport
This is merely a subtle meth- Whereupon one of the mothers of only one Yugoslav party
od of warning pedestrians to BRAOS61UE I MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS turned to the woman sitting nextto (Tito's). Finally Churchill said:
Bedford Hdls, N. Y. Drawer 1* her "There that'sthe "Cahn't an old man oneromahnce
get out of the way. a neighbor. you permit
I Pattern No. 383.
Enclose 15 cents for "
J-'s boy, she said tartly. ?
Too swift arrives as tardyas QP ALL the '' ings that a be- I NamI "He wouldn't be his mother's son .'Sureaid the American, "but,
too slow! Bill Shakes-
ginner in woodworking can Address if he weren't trying to borrow U in all these cases, I can only
peare said that. make, nothing adds so much inter- I something!" tope the affection is returned I

Don't girl because awe The Democrats were goingto
marry m "
UnctaPhily look sensible, because a tenable I GEORGE BERNARD Shaw at TypewriterBefore I use "Too Need Mead!" for
girl hat more Beau Ann to look the N. Y. gubernatorial campaign -
I tenuble slogan. Until they

: Flattery is the gentle art of telling Mr. George Bernard I When he had finished, he held out heard that those mean, old Republicans
a woman exactly what she Shaw's rise to world-wIde fame he to her the result: GEORGE BER- were going to counterattack -
Hunks of herself. met at a dinner a young woman I NARD Shaw. with just.one word-.
t Keep on the level and you're not All the world's a stage, and who professed to be able to read'I The young woman glanced at right under-theirs: "Dewey

likely to go downhill. I It part of it is behind an iron curtain character from handwriting. The II the name, and said: "It's plain Qa.ob. Marksmanship: Goethe,

t Vhen OM ers to "right-thinldnti I young author refused to take her enough. It is your idea that, al- There is no more terrible sight than
people," he mt'CIlU. of course, people seriously, but, suddenly remembering though there are a good many Ignorance in action. Anon:
ufc* kink as 0-ie does. Odd PracticesThe that his host had recently i' Shaws in the world, they are an Always listen to the opinions of others -,
f A chip on the shoulder indicates acquired a new typewriter, be inquired undistinguished lot. You alone are ; It probably won't do you any,

[ wood higher up. Kaffirs, natives of South Africa if she could read character -I George Bernard, and your nameis good, but it will them. B. Pen-
f The other fellow's shortcomings weird custom. To from typescript; she replied' great"Weight rose: Public office the last refuge
pursue a A. Head.
I of the incompetent.
f like his car: lights, always "purify" the disgraced name of a that she could. their secret
; appear more glaring than our thief, they shout it into a kettle of Picking out the letters one by of Diesel Engines Some women carry .
about them like an alluring perfume
own. boiling, medicated water. Then one, he wrote his first names. The 660 models of Diesel engines secrets in;
No man can make a fool of they seal the kettle for several Then he saw that he had written made today range in weight per their;.others. .wear J. Csida their: The glazed
F himself all of the time. He has to days. When the lid is taken oft the I it all in capitals and, shifting to horsepower from 161 pounds to pain In eyes.her eyes-like frozen tears.)

sleep occasionally. I i name is supposed to be cleansed a lower case, wrote his last name. less than two pounds. I P. Baker: News is anything

that makes a woman say: "For
Heaven's sakes!I" A. Franklin:'
Truman the Chief Axecutive. i .1'
Ike Eisenhower To win the peace
you have to fight like hell. R.
McDowell The trouble with money
U that so few people can afford it.'
yt3i onIEwTDNaRNEw 7. BIllingsley: Love conquers all-:
except poverty and a toothache.

"How are the Dodgers doIng -

"Which do you mean the
TRACTR TIRE ones in Brooklyn or the ones in .
% the State Dep't"
Sounds in the Night: In the Stork:
"They seem to be treating Henry
Wallace like he was Henry Ald-
rich!" At the B'way Hofbrau:
iirCLEAS OUTPLLSouTUSTSdr "He'll make a fortune with his new
invention for columnists. A foun-
"Off' D F tain pen that writes under pressure -

.-,. r *L ; !" At Lindy's: "What' E '
i the S in H. S. Truman stand for?"

__ "I dunno What's Harry Tru-
OT w man stand for?" At the Riv-
ar;#l. iera: 'Wallace went down for the x
count of 10-Downing street" .
., ; : : At Hanson's: "Look. I want to be
I ; ; : your Now Or Never-not your Now
;: and Then!" At the Colony:
t "Wish he'd stick to the Stork mar-
; .,i c ket and leave the Stock market
alone. At the Blue Angel:
plRESTONE scores again with a revolutionary new :y, ; "A Broadwayite is a Jerque who
JLtractor tire the FIRESTONE CHAMPION knows the inside of"everything-except -
his own home.
GROUND GRIP which outcleans, outpulls,
and outlasts every other tractor tire. The results Whatever became of that old

of actual field tests, shown below, prove what this gag about the restaurant pa- ;
tire will do for you on your tractor. r ,, tron who asked the time of a
passing waitress, who kept ongoing ,;.
CLEAN UP TO 100% MORE EFFECTIVELY -' as she said, "Sorry, but
The traction bars curve like a plowshare flare that's not my table."
outward to make a wider exit for mud and trash. It's on page 23 of the current = .
Old Yorker.
The ban join in the center-no open centers to -

pick up trash and clog the whole tread. When the : Sallies in Our Alley: They were .

going is really tough, that's when Champion discussing a Broadway actor on the
Ground Grips clean up to 100% more effectively. skids. "I hear," said a Lindyite,
"That he and his wife may go on
PUU UP TO 62% MORE AT THE DRAWBAR the early morning radio with one
The pyramid-type, curved traction bars cut deeply 4 of those breakfast routines." .
into the soil with wedge-like action. The joined "I geddit," summed up Hal McIntyre -
"one o, those has-been and
"center bite" right
bars provide a powerful wife teams!" It'. been an-
heart of the traction zone. This patented tread -..,, a nounced that divorces in the U. S.

design gives up to 62% more drawbar pulL have gone up 25 per cent, and J.
Elmson thinks he knows the chorus
% LONGER... Extra high trace .
LAST UP TO 91 girl responsible for half of 'em.
tion bars, buttressed at the base and Triple-Braced r ll.t

in the center, have greater strength and stability. #!! International Weather Report:
They don't bend, break nor push through the cord Dark war clouds over Europe;

body. They last longer on the highway because IIV continued fog over Washington.A .

they don't bounce nor wobble like unconnected 111 e foreign correspondent tells
bars. Under extreme conditions they give up to e about his conversation with a Rus

91% longer traction life. ,. sian scientist who deplored those
If! f!eSt who discuss atomic energy only in
Gripat \
See the new Firestone Champion. \O terms of war-when that energy
lour nearest Implement Dealer, Firestone Dealer ;, 'J .. \' could accomplish miracles in

Store or Firestone Store today. And when you Ate' c. Gt\ peace. He summed up with this
order a new tractor, be sure to specify Firestone ..1 canny analogy: "To talk of atomic
"g energy in terms of atomic bombsis
Champion Ground Grips. GtOU like talking of electricity in terms
of the electric chair."
Moody erIe. over NBC
lute to tin Yore of frtikt trtrj t
cu '.i .....fte n--sb.' a .....a. I Hamburger
Manhattan Murals: The -
Heaven opposite St Pat-
nek's cathedral on 51st, which
serves little paper envelopes (of
sugar) on which is printed:. "And
'stir like H-I" The pathetic
Advancement in Power Farming sight of a little blind boy "looking",
Greatest I into a 3rd avenue toy shop while
his mother shopped at a nearby
butcher's. The panhandler with
I the H'oxford accent His requestsfor
Firestone Put the Farm on Rubber handouts are masterpieces of
Since eloquence. The chalk sign on
a construction fence: "Annie Get
Your Goon." The 42nd street land
6th avenue bootblack whose
parrot (on his shoulder) calls out:
Y -
,"Shine, buddy


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School Daze- We say "Thanks to everybody II I Night at the regular meeting on I can Cancer Society. Dr. Herbert L. objections only, in T.Rahaaaee, ....r-

for everything!" (:Thursday night of last week wit 1r Bryans, president Pensacola said Ida, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. November
19, ISU. for land in GLADES COUNTY -
(Continued from Page 4) I I III the largest attendance ever knownat the Board is in perfect accord with de cnbe
might We CALVIN UZZKLL: ENROLLS a regular lodge meeting.In the measures get forth in the Bill. Approximately: 21 acre el lad
have dart throwing AT KDISO.N COLLEGE observance bottom land in the \V>4 of NW14, .,
'throwing at the negro dolls and II I of this occasionall Section 2*. Township 4t S Mtb.

throwing the basket ball offices were filled by past mas- Under the stress of a powerful Range 33 Scat lying North and

: basket. throughthe : Calvin Uzzell of Moore Haven 1 ters of the lodge as follows: X. V. emotion such as fear anger or nd home;4Xrnt p4a>ce.to SaM the tract J. B.is Prtf Impeded_

For: the primary election for has enrolled as a student at Thorn-1 S. Mumford, master; Carr Settle grief, a human being is dangerous oo the West- by the countr red

queen, we hare chosen two eandidat -.1 as A. Edison College in Fort My senior warden; V. E. Bryant junior behind the wheel of a car. states The adjacent Purchaser to Feeder i* required canal No.to 1 pr

Betty Arnold and Joyce era for the winter quarter begin- warden; W. c. Owen, senior James E. Payne, in The Reader's the advertlainx coat

Clici. ning December 2. Cabin served in deacon; W. C. Nail, junior deacon; Digest for October. THE TRUSTEES OF LVTBRNAL 1M.PROVBMSNT .
The one elected to run in I FUND nMfn rho rtgtt
Cte final election will be permitted : the Navy for two years, four C. H. Settle, senior steward; L. A. to reject the sale

to choose a king from our class. : months aDd twenty-tare days aDdis Matoy, junior steward; A. W. Lawrence Tallahassee, Florida BT ORDBR ef UM TraM* i ttfteriMl
taking advantage of the October 11. ltU.N"OTICE Jmpronmeat Filed of Uw State! '
GI Bill
"When we have elected our queen chaplain: J. M. Couse. leader of Florida,

and she has chosen her king I'll of Rights to compute his in degree work.V.. L. Bellamyand
eduea-I Millard F. <'a Id1Iit'll.. Governor.
tell you about that too. tion. I. E. Scott, both past masters i I NOTH'E iv hereby Ri\pn that the Attest sF

I filled their regular posts as. Trustees ..t the Internal ImprovtirnnlFund I C Elliot Sec
of the Stttof Honda Pur I Trustet I T Fund
JUalTIl: CR1DK Minutes OfContinued I secretary and treasurer I I 8U
By Nelda Howdeetell Two candidates received their --- _

We hare had three exam this "master's degree at the meeting.
( from Page 1) :
'Week 'and most of us are afraid Refreshments of apple pie a la

that we did not pass them. I gaeaae I g u ish e r.. notion was I I mode and coffee were served by a i iI
made by T H. Snell, Meoutad by I BERRY FUNERAL HOME
lest our memory all of a sad refreshment committee.
Luveaia Gorman and carried that I

den.For as soon as funds were availablethe
our Carnival project aim
Secretary notify Mr. Mulliits Members of the Florida State

to sell sandwich sad eoeaeolaa.1'e that delivery might be made. Board t>f Health in a routine business AMBULANCE SERVICE I
\\ hope to make a pocketful of I
Upon motion by Gorman, seconded meeting held in Jacksonville
money. I
by SneJI and carried all bills recently went on record approvingthe

presented for payment were ap proposed Bill for cancer con-
MXTH GR.4DI3 GLADE Ph. 247the
proved.' trol, which has been prepared by I ,

By Jo Anne Couse The meeting adjourned the Florida Division of the Ameri- i
The Box Supper sponsored by ,'
motion made by T. H. Snell sec
the Fifth and Sixth grades
was a ------------
onded by Luvenia Gorman and
success. After deducting expensesYlaere NOTICE Or ELECTION CoDetlon of Taxes by Amending (21 The Legislature shan at the Legiw
was a balance of $127. A carried. WHIREAS. Tie Legislature .( fats! Section II and 12 of Article Via of the late Sets'on of 1S<1, and from time to
ender the Constitution et 1S&I. of the ConiUtnUoo- the State j| F.or'fla: tiAdoplrd time thereafter enact laws specifying
'heck for $64 will be forwarded to Sta-.. ft Florida. did pus 5 Joint Resolutions at the General ection: of IovemDcr. the powers uncttau, duties, and. compensation -
the chairman of the Masonic Lodge Has proposing amendments to1:* u<<. said Amendment to Provide of County Tax Collector designated '
swimming pO4l Constitution of the State of Florida and tar the Re-Numbering of Sections In paragraph 1 of this Section 13,
of 11 and 12 of Artie! VIII of1e Constitution and shan likewise provide for the collection
at an early date. -'-.' Jf the same were agreed to by a tot
Past Masters Night three-f;tths At aU the members c'ected of the State of Florida a. Adopted care, custody reporting and disbursement -
We take this opportunity f $ pressing our sincere thanks-tp all Joint Resolutions wer. entered upon 1944. and to Amend Section 11 ind 11 County Tax Collector.
I j
their respective Journals with the real of Article Vin of the Constitution of r
those who helped us in. tuakig Moore Haven Lodge No. 61, and nays thereon and they did determine the State of Florida and to Provide that 4

this affair a success and A. M observed Past F'I and direct that the said Joint in the County of HUlsborousX State of HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 110
I Resolutions be submitted to the electors Florida the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing en
ef the State at the General Election ta Assess the Property of the County tot Amendment to Article XVI of the Coaititution -
Knvwmber 1046. the purpose of Levying State. County, of the State of Florida. By
.- .. .. .- ..- -- _.-- --. >-- -- NOW THEREFORE. I. H. 'A. GRAY Schools and Municipalities in the Countyof Adding Thereto An Additional Section to
Secretary of State of the State of Florida Hillsborouga Except the City; of Plant Provide for the Appointment by s Coamactent -
do hereby give notice that a City. Florida. which Shan be Exempt Resolution of the Sena e and
GENERAL' : ELECTION: from the Provisions of this Amendment. House of Representatives of a r!rector
win be held in each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State. County of the Budget and to Authorize r'I. Legi>>
en Tuesday next succeeding the cm County School Board, School Districts lature to Prescribe ms Pew a ant
'f Monday In November A. D. 184<*. the Special Tax Scnool Districts and the i ic Duties. Qualifications and Terr4 Office.
ANNOUNCEMENTWe laid Tuesday being the fameto.l1'.e; County Except the I .
for the ratification or rejection of the IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA TORE OF THE STATE OF Fli i, 1AJ
said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments TURF OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA: That the following Amendment to Ar-
to the Constitution oi the State That the following Amendment of I title XVI of the Constitution of the State
of Florida Tiz: Article VIH of the Constitution of the of FlOrida. by adding thereto an addi.tronal
have State of Florida relative to the AeS.-1 section to be known as Section 34.
the Dinner Bell cafe
purchased 1 meet end Collection of aU axes be and the same U hereby agreed to ane;
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 663 County of Hl'l borough. Sate 'a Fiona I shall be submitted to the electors of the
in the Frierson Building from the former A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Re-Numb nn* S ,"t'OD 11 as adopted State of Florida for ratification or rejection -
Airendr-ft to the Constitution of the I at the Generil Election of 194' to a. to at the general election for Representatives
owners and have closed the Glades Cafe State of Flurida. to be known as Article make it read Section *S of Artiie VIII to be held in the year Wa.as .
XX. Sections 1 and I. Thereof. Relating of the Cor. t.tj'ipn 01 the State of Flor follows-
b the Con olid tl<:n. Abolishing or Cresting ida. and by Amending Sertioo 12 of SECTION 34. The Legislature shaH by
which we operated for several months. The of Certain County Offices. and the Article V1I1 of the Constttut.oa of the law provide for a Director of the Budget
Assessment and Collection of Municipal State of Florida:: a* adopted at toe Gen- who shall be appointed by a concurrent
new business will be operated Taxes by County Tax Officials In Orange eral Election in November, of 1444 was resolution of the Senate and House of
as Count Florida and Providing for RrfCendum to make it read Section 13 of A-ticie Representatives, and shall by law consistent
Election for Acceptance or Rejection vm of the Constitution of the State of with other provisions of this Constitution
of any Law or Laws Enacted by Florida, and t> exclude the City of Plant prescribe hi* powers and duties
it'. Legislature of the State of Florida City from saId Amendment; Be and the provide for his qualifications and termof
The Glades CafeWe es Provided in said Proposed Amend- same is hereby agreed to and shall be office!, the length of which shaH be
submitted to the rectors of the State wholly within the discretion of the Leg-
"BS IT RESOLVED BT THE: LEGISLATURE of Florida for Ratification or Rejection Mature and shall not be limited by Section
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: at the General Ejection to be held on i. Article XVI of the Constitution
That the following amendment to the the first Tuesday after the first Monday
feel that the new location will makeit Constitution of Florida to be known as In November. 1S48;
Article XX. SectIons I and t. thereof SECTION 12. 1. From and after January ".1BSTITUTZ '
possible for to render better service relating to the consolidation abolishingand I. 1948, the County Tax Assessor HOUSE: JOINT T7TION NO. TJ
us to creating of certain County offices HiU3>orouga County shall asset aU A JOINT RAPY Proposing tie !
and for assessment and collection of municipal property for all State, County. School Amendment! of c 0. of Article 1C f
a constantly increasing group of customers taxes by County tax officers. to and Municipal Taxes to be levied ioHUlsborough of the Constitot- a State of FJor .
and providing County by the State.
Orange County Florida Ida. Relating toations: ,
and invite to visit often. far referendum election for acceptance County County School Board. Ecbool BE IT RESOLTyn: .ITHE LEGISLATURE -
you us er rejection of any law or laws enacted Districts. Special Tax School District and I OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
by the Legislature of Florida II provided Municipalities except in the City of Plant That the following amendment ef Section .
therein: be submitted to the quaUfedel CIty Florida. which city shall 'Nt exempt i 30. Article m of the Constitution ot
Your splendid patronage in our former -ors of the State of F nrida for adoption from the provisions of this Section. I the State of Florida relating to appropriations -
or rejectee at the next general S. The Legislature shall at the legislative Is hereby geed to and shall t>*
location makes believe that elect-on to be held ta the year IMS.to Session in 1M1 and from tune to submitted to the elector of the State .
us you appreciate -Wlt: time thereafter enact law specifying: the of Florida for ratification or rejection *t
powers functions dvtles and sompensa- the next General Election to be held in
our food and our service. \Ve pledge a ARTICLE XX Ion of the County Tax Asseswrestf- November A. D. 194: that is to say that
SECTION L The Legislature ts authorized I slated to Paragraph 1 of Section 12, and said! Section 30. Article HI of the Constitution
; continuation of our policies in the and empowered to provide by law snail UXe lse provide by taw for the of Pie State of Florida shall be
past new'location. or laws enacted by It at its regular session extension oa the Assessment Roll of the amended and II amended shall read as
held:: in A. D. 1847. or at any County Tax Assessor of all taxes levied follows
regular session thereafter for the eomloUdsUon. by the State County County School I SECTION 30. Laws
abolishing or creating of any Board. School Districts Special Tax propriitlor" for the salsrlM .OftheP1t.t
I County Offices In Orange County.; Florida. School Districts and Municipalities located I. officials a, i envplovees and an other
Provided, there is excepted from In the County flf H IsbofOl.b. expense of the State shall contain provisions
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Farabee the effects of this Article Judges ct allcourts State of Florida, with the exception of on no other subject nor shall an
; and to provide for the assessment the City of Plant City, which ia hereby appropriation be an Incident of any other
and collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provisions of this bill: an state appropriations except appropriation
assessments, or eitheof them by Countytax Amendment. for the county; schools, counties .
- ,- ._ .. -. ., officer in said County. Any law so SECTION IX L From and after Janu- or other political subdivisionsof
- .-- - enacted respecting the consolidation or ary 1. 1W3. the County Tax. Collector lathe I the tSbr appropriations for permanent -
creation of any County office shall prescribe County at Hillsborougn. State of i Improvements and buildings for
the powers duties and compensation Florida shaH collect lU taxes levied m state institution a. provided for by laws
of the officers designated therein the County by the state County County enacted at the 190 legislature or prior
to exercise and discharge 4he duties of, School Board. School District- Special legislatures! and for pensions retirement
the offices to consolidated or anted and Tax School Districts and Municipalities funds and trust funds shall be included
any law so enacted respecting the assessment of Hillsborough County Florida, except In one general appropriation bill or any
PASTEURIZED MILK and collection of municipal taxes ra the City of Plant City. It beag exempt amendment er supplement thereto. and
and assessments or either of them, by from the provisions of this Amendment shag be for no longer than twe year
county tax officer shall provide for the 2. The Legislature shall at the Legislative An appropriations made prior to the
assessing collecting accounting (or and Session of 1MT and from time to adoption of this section which see contrary .
disbursing of said taxes and/or ssesa- time th..after..oad law specifying the to the provisions ef thl* section I
mania to the appropriate municipal powers, function. duties and compensation shall expire a* ef July 1. IMT. '
authorities and tot compensatiaai for of County Tax Collector designated -
Delivered Daily To such county taxing officers for service hi Paragraph 1 of Section IX and shaH .
; rendered Incident thereto. That if any likewise provide for the collection ear*,
i4iL # ruth law respecting the consolidation, custody, reporting and disbursement of HOUR jourr sisoumou x*. tn i'
Your er creation ef any county: offices la accepted all taxes collected fey the County Tax A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing m
Doorsteps end ratified at the referendum Collector. Amendment to Article V of the ContU-
election birds provided such law shall tattoo ef Florida by Adding Therein M
t become effective was respect to the officer Additional SectlQ Relating to the fceo-
a affected thereby m the first Tuesday S tits of the J"of UM Court of leased
\ PHONE 176 after the first Monday ia January HOUSE JOINT RrSOLCTIOX NO. 1IT ta and for Eseambia County and the)
., aiy year immediately succeeding: the A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing anAmeridmot County Solicitor ef said County.
general e.eotiem bad subsequent to said toAstiel* VTU of the Constitution BE IT XKOLVTCO BT THX LEGISLATURE -
referendum:: election at which elector for -of thai State; of Florida 8Utiv : OF THE STATS OF FLORIDA:
Xorth Francisco St-, Clewlston, FloridaPARKINSON'S President of the United States an voted to Assessment el Property for Taxes and SECTION L That Article V ef the
for; and if any such law respecting the the Collection of Taxes, by Adding Constitution ef the State of Florida beamended
assessment and collection of municipal Thereto Additional Section to Provide by adding thereto an additional
taxes and assessments or either of them. that in the County of Bay. State of section to be knows is Section 4* ef j J
by county tax: officers is accepted and Florida the County Tax Assessor shall said Article relating to the election of
ratified at the referendum! election as Asses the Property ef the County for the the Judge of the Court of Record to and i
I provided herein the same shall become County. School for EseambU County and the County
effective on the first day of January and Mug c pall .f.w Levied by the Solicitor of aid County and the same 1*
t next succeeding: such referendum election. State. County. County School Board hereby agreed to. and shall be submitted
School Districts Special Tax School District to the electors of the State of Florida
SECTION r Before any law described and Municipalities of the County.BE for ratification or rejection at the General -
In the preceding section of this Article IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Election to be held oa the first
hall be of any force and effect It shall OF THE: STAn OF FLORIDA; Tuesday after the first Monday in Mevembr -
THI- eoMpi.i.Ti.vroiK i>e accepted and ratified by a majority That the following Amendment to Article *. 194$. as follows- 1
vote of the qualified elector of Orange VTII of the Constitution of the of5 1n4a.n The Judge of the Court -j
County, Florida, at a referendum election State et Florida relative to the Assessment Record for EscamMa County
to be called and held for the purpose and Collection el *U taxes in the and the County Solicitor of said Cranty j
TO ALL ELECTRIC USERS of determines whether suca law shell County of Bay, State of Florida by add- shaH hereafter be elected by the qualified '
be accepted and ratified or rejected 1ly
to be elector of said county as other state end
I the qualified electors of said County rOWe u Section UUaDdstD 13, be I county officials ire elected. The first "
DISPLAY APPLIANCE Such referendum election shall be held and the same it hereby speed to and election ef the Judge of the Court et a
within ninety days after the effective
shan be submitted to the Elector: at the Record in and for Eseambia County and
COFFEE MAKERS BOTTLE STERILIZERS I date of any such law. The Board of .
FANS. State of Florida for ratification or rejection of the County Solicitor of saidtJ'
HOT County Commissioners shall prom for H be held at the General Election .i*
ROOM HEATERS. PADS, SIMMONS ELECTRONIC BLANKETS at tho general election to be heldon 134
fie boding: of such referendum election
I any the first Tuesday after the tint $. to take office first Tuesday
FLOOR LAMPS TABLE LAMPS, BED LAMPS, PIN-IT and notice thereof shaH be publishedby Monday la November 1948. u follows: after the first ayth. January. 1M4,
VACUUM CLEANERS said Board once each week for at for a term The term e*
least four successive week Immediately SECTION 14. (I) From and after tenure ef :f&foIaole=OII heretofore '
BULBS. next prior to the date of such election January 1, 1943. the County Tax: Assessor or hereafter appointed to either of the
ta a newspaper of general circulation In ia the County of Bay State of Florida office herein mentioned stall not be ea
RADIOS BOTH BATTERY AND ELECTRIC. aid County. Except u herein otherwise shall .asses an property for *3 State. tended hereby. An1'C8DCJ in eit1we
provided the laws of the State relating Ceunty School and Municipal taxes to of said office which occurs prior to fait
to the holding of general election shall be levied! in the County by the State first Tuesday after the first Monday a .
STOVES. REFRIGERATORS, WASHING MACHINES, COM- cover the holding of any such referendum County. County School Board School January, W9 shall be filled by appoint :
election. If any such law shall DYt Tax School District ment by the Governor and conErmatJoa
I be accepted and ratified by the majority by the Senate a* heretofore provided *y
LG.We ef electors participating in any such (2) The Legislature than it the Legislative the Constitution but in no.ease foe any
have a good stock of heavy felt Roofing referendum election, such law ban become Session ta IMT and from time to longer than until the first Tuesday aAe*
and be In full force and effect but time thereafter, enact law specifying the the first Monday ia January 1940 ana
tf at any such election a majority: ef the powers functions, dutle and eompccsatioa the term er tenure ef office of 1JI7-
BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR NEW FURNITURE SEE WHAT I lector participating therein stall vote ef County Tax Assessor. designated appointed to either ef said
WE HAVE TO OFFER. OUR SELECTION IS VERY GOOD. against the acceptance and ratification to paragraph 1 el this tertian 14. and th* term beginning in 1941 abaoeexp&
ef such law, it shall be BOB and void stall: Ukawiat provide by law. tor the on aid first Tuesday after the firs
ym<< of &e foece end effect The CB>- extension OB tie summer rofl ef toe Monday tat January Hit.
vusbtg board of std Carat haH cer-
County Tax Haainar t ail tax levied
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BXCTKEr Any provision ef .,.
tty the result of any such referendum
17.95. by
County. County School
= conflict herewith to here
eiecOon to the Secretary ef State wittin Bward. Krtrfeta, Special Tax Coeetiutlon4
BUY YOUR BLANKETS NOW WHILE OUR SELECTION IS **s days after the soiding thereat efaooi Kattiea tad.Bxcnoa byIB : _

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