Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00141
 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 25, 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: UF00028301:00141

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fishermen Gontinue Fight Terriers Trimming Take--At Pompano 18-0 !!'I Sugar( Harvest Began

The much-defeated but nev-r j

Ban On if.-at i inked last Terriers Friday night took at another the hands de-I II' Wednesday Morning
Against '
: Seining !I' a of thrilling Pompano game there and 1S-6 the but score it was was I,

,i no indication of the fight put up I r -

) In the Terriers against a team I Baptists Vote To First Car Of Cane Is
Hearing In Miami Betty Dowd |i which was slated to run away with

Attending I the game by a top-heavy score. I Call John MooreAs Dumped Into Mill
May Last Until (Collegiate Press Several times the Terriers moved
to within scoring distance of the New PastorAt At Ten O'clock .

, Saturday Noon I J Meet In Chicago Pompano line but lacked the extra -

punch to push over a score. A a congregational meeting of. At ten o'clock Wednesday morn-

1 Hearings in circuit court in Miami -I Miss Betty Dowd, daughter of shifting of positions for several the Baptist Church held ing, promptly on schedule the first

I OB tbI It brought by Harold Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dowd of Moore of the players from the line to evening at the close of Sundays,carload of sugar cane was dumped

G. St+watt, Lakeport commer- Haven and associate editor of the backfield and vice versa appearedto service, it was voted to call Rev. onto the conveyors at the sugarhouse

elM fteh dealer against the Mate Florida Flambeau, student publica- make a considerable differencein John Moore a former pastor, to and within a few momentsthe
tion at Florida State College for the defensive work of the team. take the place of Rev. Gall Smith giant milk were crushing the
Board of Conservation
were resumed Women in Tallahassee, ig one of The Terriers will meet LaBelle whoee resignation becomes effective cane and the stream of juke had
WetteMBaj and has turned on the home field next Wednesday started through
five delegates from the various the end of October. the various preeeeses -
Into an all Mlt fight to prevent the Florida State publications attend afternoon at 3:30 the only local Rev. Moore was pastor of the which transforms it into the

eaforcemeBt of the recent ban by ing the Associated Collegiate Frees game scheduled for the season. After church here when b-e resigned to nation's shortest commodity sag

the tare and fresh water fish Convention in Chicago on Thursday this only one game is scheduled enter the services as an Air Corps ar.
Friday and Saturday of this with Clewiston there on the chaplain. He served in England From now until the end of the
commission, OB the closing of Lake week. 23rd of November. Other gamesmay and Famce and immediately reenlisted -I sugar season, more than six months

Okeeehobe An excellent be arranged for the open datesin when he received his discharge hence sugar will be produced at
;. Sheriff J. J. Wiggins was the program has been the interim.In the .the rate of a million and half
arranged for the meeting and at end of the war. He
[ first witness Introduced fer the I renowned members of several the Friday's game the starting has been stationed at Greensboro, pounds daily at this, the largest

fishermen Wednesday. and he Meted press will be speakers. These will I II line-up was: Waymaa, le; Cason,. N. C., but is understood to have sugar house in continental United

that forty per cent of the employable include Howard Biakaiee, Associated It; Cook Ig; Bailey center; Pollard been discharged following the closing States, to be sacked aad shipped

men of the county week I Press science editor and Pu- rg; Whidden rt; Click, re; of that camp. The call was to Savannah to be refined into the
be pat out of work by the baa. He litier prize winner Kenneth Olsen Heflin Crum Galassini and Ball made without it being known definitely various forms of Dixie Crystal

cited his five years as game warden i dean of the Medical school of were in the back field. Brannen, that he is discharged.Rev. brand sugar.
and said he Jones. Dupree and Bowen Cutting of the twelve
never arrested a journalism Northwestern University saw ac- Moore plans to eater a I cane on
commercial fisherman for a viola and others. tion during the game. theological seminary next fall and plantations of the United States 4
tion. his call would Sugar Corporation rimming UK
as pastor be only;
Many others appeared on the The meeting is being held at I shores of Lake Okeechobee from
for this period of time if he ac-
witness stand in support of the I the Continental Hotel SCHOOL CARNIVAL I II reptj" the railPLANTING Moore Haven to Port Mayacca. be-
commercial fishermen including. L. -- -- I gan on Monday and approximately

M. Lilly, former commercial fish I :200: cars were in the sugar house

dealer here. Ralph E. Wood Gulf I BRINSON BELCHER I FOR HALLOWEEN\ i yard when operations began. Trains
Oil dtetlbutor for Moire Haven; were arriving regularly with more
Char Tettdry, a fisherman for cane to feed the giant mill whfA
nudfPyean OB the lake: R Boe. LOW BIDDERS ON IS THURSDAY NITE I FOR SUGAR CANE i crushes more than 400 standard
former legislator: Elmer Burgess I i i io ,, railroad cars daily when operating

sports fishermen and editor of Tiff I i at peak capacity.
of West Palm Beach; and others. TWO\ ROAD JOBSThe Last minute preparations arc ALMOST TO GOALie I I Perfect growing conditions durIng -

W. J. Ileadry of Okeecbobee said being made by the school childrenfor the spring and summer have t '

that buck baol. had increased tre- the annual Hallowe'en Carnival resulted in a crop of cane estimated

Hedoasly ffctf* 1914 when he State Road Department yes- which will be, h. W n Tbanday J.E.: Frierston., who last. week: at. better than"a..milUon-t.: n-s
brat Ji I B.IIf#.J.t.1I9mnu ,,. tjyday opened/' ._ BHA atlt. rofjteced : Flght".YonahIactial: e. began contacting growers jbt the and benevlgraflal to the tecorl
r4dot rlmDr"11tTfttaie otncw road'construction Final plans have not been announced area to plant an acreage cf sugarcane crop I of last season. Some J< ',OOO
bat his attempt to introduce testimony and repair in the state two of but this carnival I., each which would enable Ruth II[acres of cane will be harvested,

that It was not the intentof those projects being in Glades year, one of the outstanding eventsof Sugars of Abbeville La., to move both on properties of the sugar

the legislature to bring Lake County and the following low bid- the year and a good attendance a mill to the Moore Haven area, I corporation and on those of independent
den were announced for these is assured. growers who sell their
Okeechobee ender the Jurisdiction stated this morning that be has
of the game and flab commissionwas II projects. Some of the plans for the even obtained verbal pledges for more(!i cane. under contract to the eor-

stricken by the presiding The Brinaon Construction Com- ing may be learned by reading this'I than five thousand acres and is i i!i poation for processing.
judge. He did, however get into I pany of Tampa contractors on t week's school news column. Each now obtaining signed contracts. I I'I j!i The largest of these independent '
the record that the fiveman com- greater part of the road work done cuss will have some booth or be:'' Mr. Frierson said that while obtaining '': operators John Tiedtke. at Shawnee -

mittee of which he was a member I in the county in recent years, made responsible for some one thing for I'I this acreage had been a1 I Farms said Tuesday that cutting -
had recommended that the lake beheld i the low bid of $55.415 for resur- raising money for cuss activities. little slower than at first I operations had begun on Ms p

opea with seine regulations facing and widening and dressing This year a primary election 180 pated, that there was no aDtiel-1 plantation of some thousand acres

aDd a closed season, and the commission -; the shoulders on Road 25 between being conducted, to conclude this all now that the necessary acreage I and was progressing satisfactorily. i
had ignored the findings., Moore Haven and the LaMooreton afternoon to name the various would be obtained. Every growerin 1 Charles E. Wet bera Id. new general -

Dr. F. G. Walton Smith directorof I.1 Cl.... About one mile of this work I candidates for Carnival Queen and the area is interested in the crop, manarr and executive vice-

the marine laboatory at Miami I" in Uendry County. I I the Queen will be elected by the yet some are slow to sign contracts:I president of the sugar corporation

University was also a member of The DeWier Oil Company of Mi-:! number of votes sold between today due to the necessity for making expressed himself as well-pleated .

this committee. II and placed the low bid for applying and the night of the carnival.I riaaacial arrangements for plant-'' with the outlook for the current; .-

I I DeWitt Upthegrove of West a surface treatment to eight There will be a cake walk, bingo ing. Other. lags landowners have]I tentialities harvest season and added, "tbe P**
of for
Pates Beach president of the Palm,miles of Road 29 southwest from I raffling of a pig and a turkey aDd not, as yet been contacted. I Everglades
I are than for
sugar greater any
Beach WUdttfe League testified the Kisstmmee River OB the grade i many other events J. E. Caldwell, preside of the*
,other crop and we are looking toward -
I that less than o e-ntth of the lake which has been in place for many i. sugar company who was here last'
the day when Florida -
i was fished commercially. He also years. Their bid was J1.O1. Six Constitutional week to look over the area, has U will be unlimited." probation
i fished commercially on the lake If these low bids are accepted not been contacted again but Mr.
\It.ltot'SfUT November 1
: for a great many years. contracts will likely be awarded Amendments to Ap- Frierson said that he would probably The sugar house In Clewiston Is
i The state opened their case yesterday very shortly and work on both call him Monday after. making
one of the leading tourist attractions '
whet they called to the projects should be underway by pear On Nov. 5 BallotsAt I contacts with a few other grow-
of the state and last year more
stand Paul O. Mains, editor of a the first of the year or sooner. It ers.
than visitors
30.006 were guided
: TutkaABvttl paper and a radio Is hoped' that riftht-of-way difficulties the general election to beheld I Congressman Dwight L. Rogers through the mill to view opera

commentator en fishing and huntIng can be worked out on tae re- November 5. Florida voters was here briefly yesterday and tions, coming from every state in
who testified that Mining de- maining gap In Road U up Bare will not only elect certain state promised, to give every possible the union and from many foreign
l stroys the breeding grounds of Beach by the time the other contract and county officials, bat they will aid IB Obtaining the new mill if conntries. The sugar house will
: Is completed ao that the entire called and it Is that
game fish by deatoylng the grass also either approve or reject six: upon probable again be open to visitors this year
beds seed as tm'er tor the fish length of this important state amendments to the state Constitu the congressional delegation will after November 1.
and mails them easy prey for road can be surfaced through the tion. Four of the amendments be called upon to give aid when

I predatory Hah Loud guffaws from county. This route gives a "sea- numbers one. two three aDd lib,I the permit is being asked in Washington -'j Disabled War VeteransTo .
I. the fishermen greeted Ms admtok level" bee-line road from Moore refer to single counties but unlM for the removal of the mill

>n antler cross-examination, that I I Haven to jacksoBVille. I they are approved by a state I from Louisiana to Florida. I Be Admitted To

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fished on Lake Okeo- _
not act.
he bad vote the cantles Manot ------- ----------- --
i chobee in eighteen years and was ('()Xon. s\I.\X: 1i 1TS" I Two of the amendments, impor-I I No. 2-Refers to Hi >mronghCounty. I Ha. Southern College
not familiar with conditions there rand five are of state wide Would have all levied I
Mains was to have been recalled Congressman Dwight L. Rogers and should be closely stud-
I jtanre ),state county, county school board LAKELAND Oct. 23-Although
to tIN stand when the bearing con- of Fort Lauderdale first representative -lied by all voters. Four is concern-),school districts special tax school
Florida Southern is Uniting
tmuod this morning and the state I in congress from the aew!|i big the establishment of the office districts and municipal taxes as college
witnesses, including sixth dtotict, visited briefly with! admissioas for the winter tersjfciBBtBK
has some tea of the budget director, while number assessed and collected by the COUB-
James Marphy, former president constituents here oa Thursday and five deals with appropriations. ty tax office but would exempt 1 e<< Nor. 25. to thaws .**

of the nortd Wildlife FMerattoB. premised that ....cJ be back before Constitutional amendments are Plant City from the provisions of dents BOW enrolled, Pre teet LOJ4

RatHer yottofday A. A. Beek, returning to Washington. He urges net rare in Florida aDd since the this amendment. It would further M. Sp'vey has announced that an

Moor Hare fish dealer testified every voter in his district to cast present Constitution was adoptedin I' have the Legislature enact laws: exception: will be made to aiOMitCO
that he had IM.OOO worth of a ballot on November 5. Rogers 1885. state voters hare adopted specifying the powers duties and disabled war vteran
eaul"Bt idle as a result of the, made a name for himself in his" 79 of the The Constitution also
1 compensation of the county tax as-i The exception results (r baa, mat of which can b* pat to t i first session by authoring and pass; contains 19 articles and 26 sec Sesser. I made to the eoftor hf tilahv

no other M*. Ho said that contln-' tag the G. \I. Terminal Leave bill. tions. A short summary of the six No. 3-Refers to Bay County eral Bradley executive m the V"

nation of the haa woald work a, ameBdoMBts tD be voted OB November Seeks to consolidate tax assessment eraD'"' Administration! .
and the Fiameproofed ....-. perfected ,
great hardship OB him ,. 5 follow: and collation in the officeof .
Applications from t. -paasen-
aM awiataiaed thai in wartime for ass .a portectiae No. 1 Refers Orange County.
fishermen to
the tax assessor. These taxes I titled
t to coHfjre! t'a nisi; under
aot deplete the bass : military coaatructtaB against fire
fishing does Seeks authority to coBsolidat
include levied state, county county Public Law tfi !; \ accepted,
ear -
population. Joe Griffin C1****?";' available soon IB fUaattty for private I abolish or create any county of- School board, school districts! j I until the enrollment :.ota Is fill
dealt aad R. RRctor.. Belle i eoastruwtioau acemrdtae to the i' ffete except all jadgeshtps. Provides i
{ special tax school districts aad mu- ed, for courses of study for which
Glad dealer, veto oho hoard American Lumber and TreaUBgCompany. : for the assessment and collection BieipatttteB. Also seeks from the the employment objectives are as
this uissiuB.Th II of municipal taxes by county I!
tag da1'-1 Logtetatar* a law defining the du- teachers in Industrial Acts speech.
hoarnuf will probably tax officers, with referral of ase,i ir ties powers and compensation of physical education and general
ttvM matfl neon tomorrow.' ,, A facsimile radiotransmittingsystem r of fends hae to ..*..... If passed'. the county tat assessor I secondary school work, and In the
Fan add Doyle E CaHtao ate ha* beam dcreiopod to suceasefBUy la the gsaeral ......., thte award jja. provides for the office art and music detait&ieBt Twenty

tore,. for rao state wtdIIt at-j get Ma mints" through, mat mast go BT rutorwmtujB. tothe of m director of the state budget. : of the reservations wfll be held
( tMhentea art -g repre 1MR. despite aay a if 1uI1I !"' voters of Orange County for the aP O auaeat. seeps of powers[solely for veterans who are legal

K. and W. I). B.n of ....1. I I seep M used IB wartime final vote. I (Continued On Page I) (Continued on Page 8)

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'tAhJinPl dliL o7f d&wz I

I Spools End Tables Are Easily Made ::

T HE memory expert had beengiving
his turn in bored in the corners, empty
the village FOR TABLE 26"WCHUS holes
halL The audience had not been President of the U. S. Has ?3 BOARDS = I spools, a set of curtain rods and
enthusiastic and the questions ,-' '. BoRE0 Pd4i some glue. In a few minufes you
asked by the audience at the end 6 combine these things to make

,of-the the entertainment man. really infuriated Biggest Job in the WorldBy uss S2 t' the can attractive S table. shown here.

Then one dear old lady I SMALL SPOOLS one of men than thirty
came up
I f,. AND 24 LARGE cte3 idealta BOOK i. WIlla lte aid ywu
and asked him to what he attributed ONES-' wSmtaor miracles tkcowbMit year
his remarkable memory. BAUKIIAGE IUSE46RA55 can house and neither inflation nectt* scare
; flStd A :
"Well, madam," he explained, E News Analyst and Commentator. RODS CURTAIN RUN rr mteriSiRbe sstaag lac
without a smile, "when I was THROUGHSPOOLS with name and aoawee Bract Is:

in the Air Force, I once had to i JTNU Service, 1616 Eye Street, submitted to congress. Among other
make a parachute jump from a Washington, D. C. N'W"1 suggestions for various departmental BOARDS MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
cif rLIIE HET1d Y. Drawn ItEDcIoae
reorganizations, the plan Bedford HSf. N.
great height. Just as I jumped, WASHINGTON, D. c.-once SPOOLS
the pilot leaned over the side and events bring up the so far unanswered j. created a presidential staff of "ex- IS cents for Beak 5Naro" .
TF THERE is a table shortage in
ecutive assistants.
yelled, 'Hey, you've forgotten your problem,
I about home, here is an easy way
About all the public knows your
parachute! Believe it, that taughtme bow can the
to solve the problem. \u you need Addles'it
is that
this of assistants they
a lesson, and I've never for White House be with
are supposed to possess a "passionfor is some plain shelf Lards j f
gotten anything since. put on a business .
basis? I anonymity. The other thing --- -

The White about them, which isn't usually ad- // GOT YOU
House executive mitted, is that they have never functioned

CLASSIFIED offices are the properly. That at least is ALL STUFFED UP?

headquarters of i I i the private opinion of one insider ,
the who has watched them come and go
DEPARTMENT biggest organization
in the from the beginning. The reason is j i
simple; people who expect a decision
world. The Presi- I ltTNfR7RY '" "'
BUILDING MATERIALS dent of the United on an important matter won'ttake r AND .
CONCRETE block and brick machinery. it from anyone but the Presi- I
S-xS-12' hand molds $25 make 800 blocks States is the
a day with one mold. One bar mortar head of this tremendous t dent himself.
Htadtr, Ga.. r.... :tl.. admin Mutt Keep Close

istrative set-up. Banthare
BUSINESS & INVEST.OPPOR. Few people real- Check on Aide

DIESEL ICE PLANT-Six U!) too: in be the extent of his functions, most A pitiful example of the break
cuddle Ga. Territory for expansion Good
meat curing business. Cash or terms. of which aren't even suggested in down of the White House machinery i
1'. O. Bel 962 WUttr Harts Fla. the constitution, and few laws define was the recent Wallace ruckus. The

them. They have grown like President never need have been
fopsy. placed in the position he was.
POWER tNITSChrysler 92 h.p. C-36 We are reminded of the scope of President's to read
It is not job
a "
complete with clutch for tonraed delivery.QUALITY
FARM SUPPLY COMPANY the presidential duties by Willard over every document submitted to .' -,< .-.
111 Itelsea Jeha Deere St.. SW Sales aid Cl Service press. 100 Klplinger in his "Washington Is Like him. No head of a business as bigas I Nostrils dogged up-breathing difficult? ;
Atlanta Gesrfia That" He points out that the President the government would dream of Quick-reach for Mentholatum. Instantlyit

as leader of his party runs trying to do that But somebody I start to loosen congestion,thin out mucu3.
FARMS AND RANCHES !the party policies through the national should have read both the Wallace I Soon you can b-r+a-t-h-e! Don't let the : t
S1. ACRES LAND committee. Some times the memorandum on foreign policy and : nasty old "Cold Bug" keep a strangle holdon
I0-room good home. large stock barn line isn't working. You recall 1 .
deep wett. 130 A. cleu.ed. !food lake Short the Wallace speech and apprised the your breathing-get Mentholatum!
distance of paved highway This is a good the stew over meat A meetIng President of what they containedand

buy.BITE Price fiO ACRES tt 000 one old tenant house of Democratic party leaders, at implied. Whether it is the Pres- i GET MENTHOLATUM QUICK
aU on paved highway price $2.750. the moment when the President was ident's fault that he didn't have
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conference that he opposed removing another matter. That this hired I ********************** ********
_HELP: WANTED-MEN_ the controls on meat prices, help didn't function caused the :

SALESMAN-Novelty:Xmas cosmetic item. passed a resolution asking Chair. damage. A Good Return on Your Money When You
CoctacUB dnur. dept. .ores.. Straight Hannegan to confer with ad-
S comm. 1'. O. B... ll'!. Chicate so. lit. An explanation, if not an excuse, :
ministrative officials concerning the has been offered in this case. The U. S. Savings Bonds!
removal of such controls.
of state-
HELP WANTED_ -MEN.WOMEN job reading over public

SCIENCE TEACHES NEEDED for Scot The heads President the executive, as the top set-up execu-and ments of administration men- ***********:***************** 1
land Neck School in N. C. town of about tive bers to see that they didn't conflictwas ,
4 OUO people. Desirable and reasonable. liv he appoints the men who run the handled by the OWI during the
tit conditions. Apply to L. W. -
Film.. Scetlaaa Neck N. C. executive machinery. He can'J talk war. Before that the White House
to each one every day. When thereIs machinery had always taken care

._ MISCELLANEOUSHOPE friction a hot-box often develops. of such matters. That machinery 7//CJ OF )
:-new cotton Manila and sisal V There are plenty of examples in had not been again set in motion
Inch and 2 inches, SUPPLY amv quantity CO. history from Ickes and Wallace, when OWI ceased to function. ,
Ill Davis St. lie Alexaaier St. back to Lincoln and Seward, and The fault was not that the Presi- ,4 KlIVPG'
T........ WA. 123. .r WA. eUS before.
r L- dent didn't prevent the Wallace- ,
A 81REVA or Diet.-TO Harmless.REDUCE Inexpensive.Full Without Exercises Chief ExecutionsTatk Byrnes clash but that he was not .' '
instructions. 100. FACL SAVAGE. prevented from preventing it Leigh S.Taylor prefers a pipe.,
: Dcpt.Al. 1MI 8. St. S. E..WahiniUm.D.C. Never Ends I can think of only one similar bad T.E. Rakestraw favorsa

The President issues "executive mistake made by President Roosevelt "makin."cigarette-But
g SEEDS, PLANTS, _ETC. orders" which has to
someone which parallels the Wallace they both stand pat on P.A.
ROSE BtSUF.SEverbioomlnK write for him but which have the mix-up and it was due to a similar
2-year-oid. field
4 grown: SO choice varieties.varieties, free catalog. force of law and the President but not the same cause. It involvedthe
TT.Itx Nirttrici. Rag 5K,--Tyler--Trias.REAL must see that they.are properly in highly technical Question of the .
terpreted. Again there is trouble if public debt. An "assistant" sup

-. .. TA'J'E-I1OUSES __ these decrees tread on congressional posed to be an expert, furnished the
IF YOU COULD BCILD FIVE ROOM prerogatives. figures on which the President basedan
bath home with two porches for around
1.000 hung 50% less critical building lIe has to get bills which he favors important public statement. The
material would you be Interested Send passed. Frequently he writes eagle-eyed financial writers caughtit
$1 for our Reference Source List. s
SLAM KE the first drafts of such bills with the The "expert" was called to account J07 r
WOODRIDGE 18. Washlactea. D. C. help of his legal advisors. He is ; he furnished new figures Pip a

expected, if necessary, to "put the was wrong again and caught again.

U. S. Savings Bonds !heat on" .to get them through con The President was forced to makea 1
gress. This means a lot of workIn second public correction.

conference with congressionalleaders The duties of a President are sim
on the phone and throughhis ply too great for any one man. So
AVORITEwwns personal agents. A tactless Presidents have always had personal NGu e =

+isoEas soe agent can easily upset the applecart advisors, some times they were e
6tJoseph ay, j Remember how Tommy Corcoran given an office some times they
a..Lla used to get under the skin of had no official title-like Colonel

-- -- congress? Many others, well intentioned House in the Wilson regime. Today "Tv. smoked P.X in my pip for year now," says
and otherwise, who came and we hear little about presidential Mr. Leigh S. Taylor. The fact that P.A. i* especially
Starts Relief in 6 Seconds went, might be named. "administrative assistants" but we treated to remove tongue +

.from AH 6 usual> .!iL,.',;_ The President has to make up the hear a great deal about a group of bite is a lot of comfort to me." t 1

il budget with the help of the budget "advisors" who have failed to function
GlCi M\S :director If the director makes mis- properly in spite of the fact that

+ *.? takes or asks for too much or too unlike the executive assistants they
>Q! 1 COLD 'e Little, it is the White House that takes lack authority. These advisors are
J**TAIUT 01 the rj-1. This involves billions. too "close" to the President And

Caution Tote only at d He appoints the Justices of the Supreme they have been criticized by other

_. court and federal judges. A members of the administration for j1lWA'Iff1E5

bad choice may be fatal, and yet standing between department heads, x< .. I
can't know the personal] the and ,.
ne person congressional party leaders. ;, (
!history of every likely candidate. In They are all old, close, personal] Y C(f
I OlllA'ICPJt11'
this sense the President forms the friends of the President. They are R

e 1 Cara/.k'Ap.6atar pMs legal\ thinking of his era. I inexperienced in government Wt11A Al8tt'IIG
ai., usuuarN He is not only his own and his Whether President Truman's littls
JUST DASH A IN rtATWIRS.. a' party's but also the nation's chief I circle of "cronies" has helped or :. p INASy /-ot" '

OB SPPSAD-ON ;ROOST$ publicity man. A slip of the tonguenot I hindered him is beside the quest >D,
only can lose an election but j No one can dispute the fact that fA; slICfI
-_ also could start a war. If war I they were chosen because of their p ,
WNU-M -46Kidneys comes he has to run it, for the loyalty rather than because of their 11# fAsrt.f .

strategy in the field is based on experience. The question is whether ICIlir
broad objectives decided at home.It presidential duties as they ex.51 <

Must was by no means merely military I today can be delegated even t a F
opinion which decided when well-trained highly capable staff

Work WfeH- and where the invasion of Europe They can is the answer IF such a

took place. staff is not blocked by higher authorities
For You To Fed Well These are only a few of the things I who, from motives of ;. /e

vwk.14 boon sever stopping ermry day as.T kidneys days sear filter a President has to think about. We hate politics, religion, tempera. T"I }like Rak.e'traT-"ItroUl"P aboutAlbert," says jilt,

.,rte matter fro tae blood.U have omitted mention of many minor ment, taste or previous condition alt igbt-mild with cagierand tasty rait
kUaeys more most people eonstaatlr were aware of how. .the or but time-consuming matters 'I servitude, use such authority other rich taste. plenty good .
play fluid excess aculi sad: waste such as whether the architectural than in the public good.
without gutter that iajory cannot to bulta etay,IB there the would blood :beauty of the White House shall be .

be better imdenUaAJic or sky tbe altered with a new wing, or where When Oscat, pet seal cf the California -
to whole fiuctioa system properly.Borucx. is apwt. whea kidneys lag tome visiting potentate shall sit at I Academy of Science, died, it

.sc sty or too bvqweat arfna the table. All full of dynamite.It was found that he had swallowed 1
tioa S'I'OIIITOIl eoBeunws mar wmns suffer tkat aanuic somettitffa bsca- was the death of Woodrow Wit $7.54 in pennies, nickels and dimes, trDNE

I _die, aeadscbea, dlmaar. rheumatic ion which brought the presidential I II plus a Canadian penny and an IM ,
t at nlchls. swelhni.
'i 'urn R.*h1 getting sot try ap Doos'i! fibt ton win rorkload to public attention. He amusement token. But it was thepennies
f be BUt > Brdtot rtcommradtd tte lied as much from overwork as which were. fatal-the zinc
.Own sbmalate Ue looeSroftae EIRG
kidneys aad kelp the.lb. from his disappointment ovet repudiation ones developed poison. : -
J (uah eat pouoaoos waste from of the League of Nations. hi.a snarl
They eoataia aotbiaf fcarmiol.i ritaYe
blood..& OMs'i today. c. vtU_54_ Serious study of the problem of fur A Russian engineer claims he has I mitt acre
MsUdrufDOANSPILLS.- nishing a means to lighten the presi- perfected ballbearings so small that I
dential burden began shortly thereafter 50.000 can be placed in a match box. 5.2. LaI

but it was not until 1939 that But will that make it any easier to I IT

a specific plan was drawn up and I I roll your own?


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,. ill
When wringing clothes avoid un-1! Line cupboard drawers %\ .' !I- j .'.: ..... PCARSOH' +
due wrinkling. Shake out the wrin- cloth. Tren a once-over \. a .4 ..

ties while clothes are still wet. I damp clotn now, and then w... .- cp i' }, .
Ironing will be much, easier. them clean. .
-.- .
.:.t5' ". y45a WASHINGTON. U. S. intelligence
When in a hurry to get at your I When patting away hcutcTld "' a officials have sent the White
lean & dampen the clothes with i linens from the weekly wash. 1 ..:ce L House on
a highly important report
hot water instead of cold. They them at the bottom of each fSJ I.l ... Soviet operations in Germany show

will dampen more quickly that all have an equal amo t of .' ing how the Russians have converted -

-.- usage. .,.,..' large segments of the old German
Your "extra special" china I : ; -' .< ;: <.. ', army to the Communist banner -
abaeSd be put away with care so White spots oa furniture, c,..jcd 'r'!y;'. :,.. ." ,
that it will not scratch. In between .I by water, hot dishes, or a.], -..i, ;:,.w..;...:.<-.. :"( .'.. .. ,.... .."", ;. ;' Nucleus of the new Red-Nazi
each of china be removed by rubbir_ the .. ... ." ""' :. .'. { Libera-
piece place may ; ...::.. ... .).. ,..'"".;". army is the old German
paper doilies a bttle larger than stains with camphorated Oil r Ca -.t.. tion committee, organized: by the

the piece being stored.Jt of peppermint ; .... .. Russians when they captured sev-

.. .. .. k. .- eral thousand Nazis at Stalmgrad.-
: '.. ; ": Field Marshal Frederich Yon Paul-
,,'# "'. l,;" T .: ; us, who surrendered at Stalingrad
: !J) DISTRESS OFBaby' 1 hairman of this committee and
'Iq"q'IP/ I ...:i.f :_;: f : ; aped: by radio to the Nazi

%jjQh! ; 0. q", / b' & Cold ,' ,. '- ----- E.u"2ir.g:.-.y_ in them Germany to desert during Hitler the war.and

.v iiiI ZD"Z to the Russians.
MINISTER AT WORK James tu.'ne over
W. Carty, 21-year-old minister,
A Bit Crowded contends that ministers should learn at first hand the problem of the Today thousands of Von Paulus.smen
"Yes, ma'am said the ex-so- Refiev dAs working man. lie proves his contention by working on the assemblyline and officers have been put
dier, "during the war the troopship of the Ford Rouge plant. through Russian indoctrination
schools designed to sell them on
I sunk and for
was on was a i
week I lived of sardines." sympathy for the Soviet and are
on a can (
"Weren't you afraid of falling Het : 'GOOD FELLOW'Minister ready to govern the Soviet zone of

off?" she asked. } ermany.
f Here are other salient points in

55 Or Were We? S1eepsW Takes Factory Job the 1. U.The S.Russian intelligence zone report is now: more

fm sorry, old man, but I mMe it a
twice as efficient as a produc-
RJe tout IJWII.II ruins To Workers'
novel to Problems
friendship? When your child catches tive unit as the American zone and
cold rub his little three times as productive as the I
lint ufcy let that teeny ymf JTe throat.
w:-u Features
chest and back at bedtime British zone .
never trrr tthtt y- might call ***J rJetUy -
t-' I"-d. with warming, soothing DEARBORN, MICH.-To prove his contention that minister 2. The Russians are prepared to I
Vlcks VapoRub. its special set tip a government of their own
relief-bringing action should learn at first hand the problems besetting the workingman
He Did! goes in Germany if the Americans and
She.Don't you ever do anything to work instantly and James W. Carty, 21, of Hastings. Neb., theological studentat the British set up an autonomous

.. time! keeps working for hour to disciples divinity house, University of Chicago, spent his Vacation German government in the western

He-How do you think I bought sleeps.relieve Often distress by morning vhile he working on the assembly line at the Rouge plant of Ford Von part of Paulas.the Reich. It will be under

MIr ear? most distress oi the cold is Motor company. .
3. The Russians are not retaining
gone. Try it! Discover why Carty who believes that ministers popular with his fellow workers, !
Germans for slave labor as
Whoever thought of eaHing men- most young mothers use the in middle class parishes should spend who invariably would gather round expected. They have already j
tey dough? Why dough stteLs to don1yVieksVapoRub.. more time working alongside their him at lunch period to hear a simple
I sent a million and a half captured
the fingers. :I explanation of religion.
parishioners to learn their problems Nazis from Russia to the Sovitt
Intimately, was one of four theologi- "He seems like a good fellow"fellow tone of Germany, where each has

cal students employed at the plant. agreed. assembly 'line workers completed one year's schooling ;

Exchanging their ministerial under Soviet and German Communist '
AS Carty also preached Sun-
garb for work clothes, the four every instructors. Only a half million
in r
S day Detroit while working here.
.EXTRA TASTY BREAD .. theological students took their Germans still are being used in labor
Although he has no parish, Carty
places beside the regular working battalions in Russia. These are
who is
a member of the Christian
man on an assembly line In church denomination, has preachedat the leading Nazis whom the Rus-
the production foundry. Like scans know they can't either convert s
:30 churches in Chicago of
their fellow workers, they were Christian, Methodist, Presbyterianand or trust.
paid at the regular hourly rate Baptist faiths." The U. S. intelligence report

of $I.S. He has compressed four years of strongly recommends against an

G To round out their experiment in college and three yean cf divinity autonomous German government lathe
Intimate ccnta.ctith the workingman school into three years. He receivedhis Anglo-American zone, as pro
the students spent a week at A.B. degree from Culver Stockton posed by Secretary Byrnes, and
the CIO summer camp at Port college Canton, Mo. Several of urges instead agreement with the-
Huron, Mich., after completingthree his articles various phases of re- Russians on the control of Germany.It .
months' work in the foundry. ligion have been published in religious points out that unless agreement ;
Smart and likable Carty was Journals. Is reached Germany again will be
the source of a new world war in
the not too distant future.

Foul Trick Scares Hair-raising Data .


Turkey to Death, Disclosed in Bald When UNRRA Director La -
Guardia and aides visited Mos
Biologist Reveals Facts on Women cow on their recent tour of Eu-

BECAUSE IT'S fULL-STRENGTH-this active fresh rope, the entire party was eagerto
ALBUQUERQUE, N M. The CHICAGO. One of the natlon'abestkept
see Stalin. The Kremlin invitation
Yeast goes right to work. No waiting-no extra native wild turkey of the Southwestcan secrets although it had however, permitted

steps! And Fleischmann's fresh Yeast helps make be scared to death. But, for no bearing on the war or politics- only La Guardia and two other

bread that tastes sweeter, is lighter, finer-textured the benefit of anyone who might finally has leaked out. UNRRA officials to call en the
time. hope to get a Thanksgiving feast At least 500,000 women are bald top Soviet leader.La .
'' every IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-be sure to that way J. Stockley LJgon, field and more are getting that way, it Guardia, therefore, suggested
get Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast biologist of the Fish and Wildlife was disclosed by a veteran wigmaker to his aide, Joseph Lilly

with the familiar yellow label. Dependable -. service, adds, the turkey first must George Heart, who revealedthe that he divert the rest of the
'America's time-tested favorite be trapped and then scared on atoll hair-raising statistics after 4C party by taking them to Lenin's
t stomach. years of hiding women's lights tomb, where the body of the father
for than 70
tLL more years.
Alone in a trap and approachedby under bushels of artificial hair. of the Russian: revelation
human beings, the turkey be- "Few of the women are totallj is still perfectly preserved.
'ir -4 comes crazed with shock and, if his bald," he reports, "but they do need Late that night, the party reassembled
iy TiJ"' I crop is full, digestion stops and be wigs. Quite a few wear toupees." and Lilly eagerly

soon dies. "Some of the women say they asked La Guardia what he had

The native turkey reached prefer wigs to their own hair," learned from Stalin. Replied

aH-tnne lows of 20.MO in Arizona, according to Henri. "They don't FioreUo:
16._ in New Mexico and 3,400 inColorado have to bother with beauty parlors "I got as much out of Stalls
between 1935 and 1940. and they can hang their hairon as you did out of Lenin."

Ligon reports, the total representing the bedpost at night so it .
only 15 per cent of the number won't get mossed. NO SIGNET FOR FINLAND

when Coronado aDd the first white I He points out that most hair Finland has been known to Amen
.ems men began their slaughter 400 years shedding arr, ">g the fair sex is a re icans as the little country which al

1 1 1 ago suit of ilb.3 ways paid its debts. Now however. -
( tN the U. S. is getting the repuation ..

i among Films as a country
which breaks its financial promises.
e -U----IIi
What happened is that a year agoF
1 1a and trade hereto
sent a delegation
Jpmazlail patented reo arrange for a 70 million dour

all" bat .ace late or OIU=,.... loan from the Export-Import baak.
pIts 1ft "11' __....I. The loan was promised, aDd on the
a ,tar. t..............taD4t1bs1 basis of this promise, the Finns

hr aU day anti sight fuel $&"gs" made purchases amounting to 39muiion
Heats r dollars in the United States,
n'\itlc. pipRM
1riUlout Y..r 1iD",1S .U. + with partial commitments for the
teaL 1(1MG remaining 35 million dollars.
100 MiOa
...J..r Molds reprd\e5S
7' nos Part of the deal was that Finland
lied ocea4 aeatherSn was to secure coal from this country -
-: ,*suml coke, bttgaets sal a ..... ::: nevi which in turn would help in-

t snttUOt\ nue her newsprint production.
More than a Many American newspapers made

: t 4t Jrf1i; arrangements to buy this extranewsprint.
See ACMI( 'j :j. .
However. something has caused
11)eakcJ the state department to reverse it
rOCKE stOVE self. The Export-Import bank loan
11 tIS to Finland has been held up.
to CitY 6.at0' t Actual, although unannouncedreason

for the reversal is the fact
that Finland is now in the Soviet
sphere cf influence and ifs feared
that any financial help ladireetly
.a Qirltl4at:31rK. NO FORKS NEEDED Youngsters gulped pies with a vengeance at would aid Russia. However, then
+ Nr..x.u'C. the pie-eating contest which was among the features of the psuapkia is considerable difference of opinion
"> e.s.raOL festival at Eureka, EL, self-styled "pumpkin center of the world." i regarding this.
McJd 520 Meld t20Ae. Kenneth Benunert (third from light) woo the contest fey consuming I So far, however, L. Finn still
11-inch IB 4 mtnntes,1$ .
standard pie
MStieY .r w+r avian j wait-
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FOCILAbES_ ( COUNTY DEMOCRAT -. -. -- .- __ __-- ...

GLADES COUNTYDEMOCRAT is, be says, "Get out and vote on period at 11:30 and the rest of the]field last Friday afternoon at 3:001) Sunday night Wonder why? ::1

I November 5." And I'll Join him school eat in three different groups' P. M. Although the score was 18-0 Why did Jimmy Crum going: -I' ,
on that its this state, preponder- spaced at fifteen minute intervals\in the Bean Pickers favor we enjoyed aound with Lois C. and Don G.T :

antly Democratic, there is too little At the present time the first and i playing them. Could it be he to jealous?
MOORE HATE FLORIDA Interest exhibited In the general second grades have a lunch periodof I We were very glad to have Dean Wonder why D. H. had sugar Jon

elections. one and one halt hours, and it Heflin back with us-He Is cap- his pants, Tuesday ?
t. 1127 at u second-class the Potofttc matter.at Moore May 'would be necessary to extend this tain of our team and once again Where did Donald aad Jessie go }!
Haven Florida under the Act ofCcnvcil Down in Miami this week: the I'to one and three fourths hours !t I filled the gap that has been in our Sunday? Guess they fooled Maude
of March 3. 1837.d .
commercial fishermen are at last the high school students were dismissed first string steee his 111B... Jimmy. .
I being given the opportunity to be II at 12:00. The lunch room There was also some change Jimmy wasa t hero Sunday i
"" "11."" Every Friday By heard.And that they're taking good Is now serving an average of a made In the line up this time. Calvin when Jessie came to see him .- ?

THE CARR GLADES SETTLE PRINTING PablUherO CO. lae.1 advantage of UW opportunity u hundred and eighty-eight students \Vhid4ea and Jtmmie Click Could he have been at G. L. i

disclosed by the press releases per day, and this is about two- ,.were shifted from the back field -
f'---I during the three-day! period. thirds of the students enrolled is to the line aid Don Oalassiai was .l. lon \rnvs ":,'"

hitrip" : This is the final day of the school :placed in the back field position By Char Clayton -
___. ___ __ [ JI
Tar C2JM and should be should have
hearing something Q. I think they another With the coming of the carnivalthe
Six; Month _____._____ ...::: known of the results by tonight time for band Peggy. I c.ulIt.iS RO\hR I I Seniors are making big plans _

Somehow I think the results will A. Band practice could not be Close observation is not necessary I for it It will' be their night TO .
be in favor of the commercial fishermen scheduled at any other time than i for one to notice all the excitement howl and attract all the folks to .

hut I'm wondering what the noon hoar because the members that s buzzing around the their cake booth since we bad the

fJv1EANDEWNGS will happen if the fish and game of the band come from so Ii campus BOW-It's a familiar sight same booth last year. Were not

Carr Settle commission choose to continue the many different grades. Band prac- to see the majority of the student going to wait until the last minuteto
By fight through the higher courts as tice could not be held after school body, before school and at noon get started. Each Senior will

the fishermen had planned Fishing because that would mean the bus assembling ia small groups either bring one "fancy" cake from home.

Near tragedy visited our horn. 11 at a standstill BOW and may be students could not participate. pulling for their favorite candidate The Senior girls may make a few

this morning when Nancy, oar I held so until a Paling is made by Q. I think we should have a bet- or trying to find out what choice extra ones. As we want no repetition -

Beau variety pooch was struck, the upper court. However this may ter water and beating system. the other fellow has made. each student to to decide

ran over or graced by a passing car. I be just a pessimistic view and I'm Becky Stalls. Readers! AU this excitement is what .hind he will nuke in al-

Apparently too clUed to yelp the hoping the green light will be given A. The need for improving our dee to the fact. that primary elections rues

accident was not discovered until at the conclusion of this hearing water and heating system has been I for carnival queen candidate Having Dean bach on our team

after I had come to work and the recognized for some time and an I started Tuesday morning October (Continued OB Page 1)

children had started to school. attempt to improve the present facilities -I 22, at S:at. Thefe elections will

From all Indication there were Next Wednesday local football has been made, but due to I end Friday October 26, at 1:"I I LKCUL NOT1CHSoTlCK

quantities of tears shed by the fans will have the only opportunity the current shortage of materialsit P. hl. The funds made from the ,f

feminine contingent of the family possibl this year to see their to impossible to remedy the sKo- carnival queen will be donated to. .

aad when I wU told of the incident football team in action. Its an afternoon Q. I think we should provide the library. \

I made haste to harry home ga>.te with LaBelle so try better transportation for the bus Now to tell /you more about the Glades County Board of Commla-
and see how she was getting along and be present atlon. primary elections. It is an election aioners at its regular meeting Monday -
She seems to be coming around students Lois Cox.A. November 4th. It.,. will receive
within each class where as every sealed offers for the purchase of one
alright and the incident is noted Two new school bases have girl to eligible to represent her new Huber Maintainer which it desires -
firm place EB K3 moa loa: oar to purchase for cash on delivery -
Just to Indicate how a : been ordered to help improve class If she Is fortunate enough to Same must be equipped with >
one of the little mutts can take in SCHOOL DAZE bus conditions. So tar we have not get the majority of penny votes. foot scraper Wad complete with
almost without it being obtain these buses. standard equipment including lights
your hearts, been able to The winner of each class willeater control.
tarter and hydraulic
known. The present schedule was planned into the General Election It te expected that the lowest substantial -
STAFF so that the bus students will get afternoon offer for reasonably early
ttlitor' ______ ,-..._. Tra'fne which will start Friday delivery will be accepted but th*
Naturally the big topic of conversation Aw*'late Editor Kettle RobinsonSnooper home as early as possible in the as soon u the primary election >s Board re *rv* the right to reject
here this week: has been afternoon as fifty six per cent of over and Jut until the night of any and aO bids.
_._ _.___ __ _._ ???111
the possibility of our getting a our students are transported. the carnival. So come on boys! J. E. FRIER80N, Chairman
Sports _____...__. Char Clajton
new sugar millEven' the most Tommy Wayman Q. We need a new and better Save np all of those pennies and ,mss County Board of Commis

skeptical, and these are legion, Personalities __ Opal llaulerson schedule. Betty Arnold vote for the girl you want to Attat:
cannot keep a note of optimism A. Our present schedule was setup I win. D. S. WEEKS Clerk.
out of their voices when they dis- I Kathleeen__ McLaugTJinvampu in order to meet certain state .Oct. IS-18 and JSth
eurs it. If it come it will be the Jtoter T. Jean liupreeItuth regulations in regard to certain SXOO..lmHWoader
and county (10!<06 required subjects and length of OTICK: OF ELECTION
biggest boost our town
Question of the week Dean ilefllnTjpists who Milton has been To the Sheriff of Glades County .*
has had In many a year the need- _.._ Ik-ttie Robinson class periods, to fit in with the sweet with this week? Could it M the the< State or Florida:
ed stimulus to bolster confidenceof qualifications of our teachers andto ia the Be it known That I, R. A. Or.,
a dark complexioned girl
Iojlr Hall Secretary of State of the of Florid,
ourselves and others, but. like Jean Dapree benefit the greatest number of eighth grade? do hereby give notice that aGEIRA.L
other things, its coming is our students. ELECTION
many Hand has been going around
Spon-sor Miv Dot Williamson .
A contingent upon certain conditions.I -- O, We should- -*et credit in all school in a daze Could it be Ted will be held in Glades County mate

So far as we are concerned these tet28111 the subjects we take, especially Taylor who did it? of lag Florida the first on Monday Tuesday in neat November succeed-, A.

conditions will be met but we have Tilt TKIIKILRS RUCK reading. Eddie Bailey. I Annie Ruth where did I see you D. 194C, the said Tuesday being the
Fifth .f N..erberFor
little to say about what Washington ANSWERS TO STATEMENTS I A. Credit is given for every high Sunday afternoon? You sure do get United States Senator
does In the matter. And the school subject that is offered In around. The boys with you, For Representative of the Sixth
Q. The cheer leaders and girls I Congressional District of the State cf
t Department of Agriculture sugar : II our school with the exception of]couldn't have been B. W., N. N., Florida In the Eightieth Congress of
will have the final say. should get to go on the bus to
division Mated
,reading which is required of every could they the United
i football games, also get to sit with For Two Justices of the Supreme. ."
the boys. "Dot"A. student. The state department does Altave. where were you Sat. Court of the State of P'Iort da.
Congressman Dwight L. Rogersof I I not recognize a credit for reading .night? You'd better come to town For Two Railroad CiMoQe of
Lauderdale In my office So far this season the girls Becauseof ; nights not the State of Florida.
Ft. was I at the high school level. on Saturday or you're For State Senator for None (!tta)
'i yesterday afternoon for a brief have been permitted to go on only the general deficiency in this ::1 going to have a boy friend long. Senatorial District of the State or
t visit but was unable to visit many one trip with the football team on fundamental of education In our Better watch your step!! Florida.
For One Member of the House *t
places because he was due In a the school bus because of the school and because we have a What was all the trouble between Representatives. of the State of Fttr

'f little while to speak at a meetingof great distance of travel to the teacher who has specialized. in the I two girls over Milton Pollard Ida.For Two County Commissioner

the Palm Beach County Resources games. modern methods of reading we are In the show Saturday? 'Districts Two aDd Four.

Doard in West Palm Beach The conditions under which the fortunate to be able to offer our I What were all those telegramsseat For Two Menders of tae County
The Republicans have a candidate girls were allowed to make tripe students the opportunity of improving for last Friday afternoon* 'Board and of Three.Public loatn Uen.' DistrictsOM .

out against )Ir. Rogers and while I to the football games are that they their reading ability Either Lois Ana or Peggy is really For Justice of the Peace in and forth "
he Is not conceded to have anybetter have written permission from their I being fooled around here WatchIt !Nee.* following Justice Districts, via:

chance than the proverbial I parents to do so with an understanding The first six weeks of school ts girls!! For Constable in and for the foRowteg -
snowball In the infernal regions, of where they will leave over!! And you all know what Wonder why David M. was so Justice DtetriC l. vU: None.
the congressman is too good a politician I the bus on the return trip; that that mesa-our report cards have sad Sunday night? Don't let it get In Testtaaony set my hand Whereof and, I affixed have hereunto thegreat -

to take him lightly one of the women teachers accompanies been issued The woe-be-gone looks you down, David? Seal of the State of Florida, at

)Ir. Rogers has made a very'I the group; and that the the teachers saw on the faces of Why is G. L. so happy lately day Tallahassee of September., the Capital A. A.this tl4c.the first

good name for himself during his I conduct of the group u a wholeis !students. Tuesday, indicated that 1 Could Milton Pollard have

first two-year teerm from the new in keeping with )fr. Morrison's they were expecting the worst. The to do with it* anything Secretary R. A. GRAY of 8t"te.

Sixth: District, parttealarly thong instructions. cards didat turn out so bad I From what I hear, Annie To Hon J J WIII'1t1D8.

the passage of the GI Teminal Q. They should give Physics though, because, when they walked was really having a good time I Sept C to e OT riff. (. lads Count

Leave bill which he authored and Wilson Cason oat of their homerooms the ma
steered to passage Ht- one mew- A. Physics was offered as one jority of faces. was beaming Although I asp
age for the people of the county of the high school subjects this some were a bit disappoint
year but the teacher had to realm ed. PASTEURIZED
of ill health. This teacher could MILK
The cards this year are of i
not be replaced as oar state is
different than last years. They
short seven thousand teachers. Oaly I
Dr. W. W. Matthews 'are about three by five inches and
one Member of the present faculty
single-that is, not folded as before
Is qualified to teach Physics, bather
nice and I believe Delivered Daily To
.:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: teaching load is so heavy that They are very
that the students as well as
she could not assume the extra dU-
'the teachers will like them much Your Doorsteps
ties of another class
Veterinarian' has e.taMl.hcdtw&tlce or'the
better than the larger ones
Q. They should let us out at r
in Clewl' ..ton. Office 12-00 instead of 12:16 Jessie. latter year.However. a PHONE 176
A. The reason that the high there is one disadvantage -i
hours 4 to O P. M., daily escrj school noon hoar starts at U:15 of this card; since it is smaller ii i

instead of 12:00 is due to the necessity it can be easily lost if we are North Francisco St.. Clewhton, Floridanom
>t Sunday. Office phone 19311. of different groups in the not careful. ODe way of keeping

Residence phone 172. "school eating in the lunch room them is to attach them, by means
at different timest present the of paper clips, to one of your
i first two grades begin their lunch books or notebooks imaedtatelv AdetNse.es5 '
after the teacher issue them >Vy

Remember Have them signed where I sit. ''
..ly Joe Marshi: .
by your parents that first night so .
they can be returned to the teacher
f "
: ""
the following morning. -. .
There has also been a change in I On Playingthe :;?

our grading system this year Instead -
FLAMiNGO of giving letters as we did : r. Fiddle Badly

last year, we receive the exact -- ..
numbers. .. !'t-;
5S favorite '>
recreation ia
our town with
nothing i
I to nor exrfthig IfcaaoU .
roHTS!!!' 1 e g together ia one or another's and
a glass of moderate
The Terriers met the Pompano I home and making -... beet KJigs 'f.ll

J Dean Filters on Pompano b DAIRY FEED 'I gtatw; a fiddle player; and MoQy: more i'1'Om where I sit, ifl a heap .. :
to be
KrUea even has a harp! a poor fiddle .;
Player, than not to play at alL '-
1 What comes out isrrt the best Store Important to be a part of the

I Roughage and Concentrated Feeds I FLAME ?en's 2'-2000' 'I music ia the whole world. In fact American scene- with its comma-

t : 1 Y.rMww.a..rr..wrr..rr.SlALI3.5J SR0015 a lot of it is downright bad. But; tatr im**.. home entertainment

p L Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users .. nobody even thinks to qaestko or friendly glass of beer-than to +

1 t I' I r< ..,....Mwr Yr toerttkaae.Because Loll out for profcssJonal perfection
LX THIS AREA AT DEHYPRATTXG PLANT IN ..r r.+, n rr a : (Bealdee
'I FOR SALE rr..wrrrr.rrr..rr. the spirit of harmony is I JO* to play the
MOORE HAVEN .... I there harmony between feats who awl*even badly I)

4 WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) 1 'OaLT 27* r AEROIL+ r.rw PRODUCTS ia.r' .CO.- .i Joy lie the each staple other1 homey company atmosphere,who eIIoo 4 tjp' :& ,;


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'' '' '' " << "< "*< *" "*"--C- I Jeanne Heflin. Mrs. Lillian GOT-t Mrs. M. C. Vowell. Mrs. Paul Wil
i vl Collier-Story \:ette. Mrs. Merry Roberts and son Mrs. Mack Greene. Mrs. Jenkins -
t I!
ij- ry Lynn Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mrs. W. T. Ball, Mrs. J. W.
\ tl MiN Sarah Story and Ira Collier Cochraae and Jeaniae, Mr. and Cram Mrs. J. S. Willinghaa, Mrs. '

PERSONAL SOCIETY were united in Marriage at Mrs. J. B. Sellers sad children.Mr. George Stargte. Mrs. W. L. Wetaerifigton -
and Ox o'clock p. B. at the home of I aad Mn. Gerald Hargraves and }I.... J. C. SvtadaiL

i I U Mr. aDd Mrs. True story on Sat- Doris and Gerald. Mr. and I

srday October II. Rev. Gail I Mrs. Roger Weeks. Miss Audrey!! PlaIMPl'OOf lamber, acrfectediia

. 0 I''Smith pastor of the First Baptist Coalter :Mrs. Foster Carr Settle] wartime for use IB )teeing
4s7,1"e+fi Wr . ...tJJJJ-"JJ- T. rT iri+}' nr4 o tifi4+78,:+ri' 'tdldr.
Church Moore Haven performed Rue and Sandra :Mrs. J. B. Cox military construction agahMt fire
sad Mn. John Brows mat ; A.:. Dowd was a aosiaess visitor t the ceremony in the presence of I and daughters Lois and Shirley. j I hazards -will be available sooa ia

chiUrea spent Sunday to TUB**. j jJIII' ; Tampa for reveal days this only members of the immediatetamittes. .- I, jsaattty for pirate caastractton,

week. HrinEKAH.S HAVE BIKTHDAY according to the American Lamberi .
MM ..; Billy Peoples were 1 Among those ia attendance were PAUTY POi MKMIJF.IIS i *: Treating Co.

vMtan. ta Pen Myers Saturday. Mr. aad .... Kaoawth Baaagardaer the bride's mother, Mrs. Harley l

1 sad Mrs. Owlet Brooks Story the groom's parents, Mr. and
The Rebekah lodge met Tuesday [ POi: SALK Pre-war baby bed,
Mat ft. Teanaat of MhMBl tebMBssns a ae speadiag today H -West Palm! Mrs. Roy Collier the bride's uncle
night for the regular fraternal springs and mattress. High chair.
visitor here today.Bev. Breach. Mr. and Mrs. True Story'
and anat
meeting and at the close of the: Good condition. L. H. Bright. Itp
I I Calvin Oilier sad Mttferd Williams -I. meeting enjoyed a birthday party; .. -. .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -
mt Mrs. W. s. Bosom County Agent A. G. Hatcaiasanto coastaa of the groom sad SILK
honoring the birthdays of all members JFCW 3p1eee.room
R were vjntton ta Fort Mere Moaday. attending a aiectiac of eo.atylagessa the bride's grandfather. L. A. Mill- from Jane through December. suite practically new. See Mrs.

of the state la GaiaosriUe' era I Enjoying the occasion were: I A. W. Whidden Moore Ba..., %tp
this week.
!Mrs. P. E. Lundy Mrs. W. T. Bail
Mr. M4 Mss BiHy Peoples AIMJLT eCnAYCHDOL Mrs R. B. Jordan Mrs. J. C.j FOK s.U1ODe house sad lot.
spent tha veefc-wm with relatives I Mice Margie Craai. a stadeM at CliAs* HAS .t.\R1'I I Swiadall. Mn. R. M. Bishop IIrs. i Mrs. Alice Wise. Itp.
la Oi11e14se. I Florida State College for Women MONDAY
CUB HOnE I W. L. Wetherincton. Mr. sad Mrs. !
la TalUbaMee, is speeding the FOR SALE-Flve-bsM er. table-fop
:' I John Brown, Mrs. C. C. Klatts.
Mrs :ltd ... R. JR. Jordan awl 1 week-ead with her p.Testa. Mr. aad The Adult Class of the Methodist I Mrs. J. S. WiUingham. Mrs. Sweet! Florence oil range. Good condition.

JaHt VM MM ta Vatt refs Sat Mn. J. W. Cram.C. Church enjoyed a Hallowe'nParty Peep Mrs. John Sexton Mrs.{I See W. S. Bo&e.... Methodist -

..,. Par"--- at the Woman's Chub clubhouse 'I George -Sturgis Mrs. L. Stalls. !i Parsonage.

V. attended the Monday evening which was':Mrs. Paul Wilsoa. Mrs. Fred Jenkins
Mr. and lira E. J. Bowyer attaadod BMcoaiiag gnat between the of the most Mccessfal attain FOil SALB Fine Guernsey cow
one I Mrs. M. A. Summers
: the Homecoming CUM iaCilaagtHh University of Florida and Miami of the kind in many months. Mrs Mn. J. W. Cram. and month old male calf. See C.

OB Saturday.Mr. Uatrenfty at CaJaesrUle Saturday. ,Marry Foster was chairman of the H. Settle. .
He was accoaiaaaied: by E. L. arrangements.Not I
sad Mrs. A. Schroder aadMn. Stewart of ClewlatoB only the members of the FOP. MIIS. hMITII
k Titus" Cook were Ttators imFart class were invited bat husbands I

Myan Saturday. Mrs F. E. WUttaau returned and wives and children of members The Baptist Woman's :Missions I

Sunday to West Palm Beach aftera and the other church school teach Union met at the home of the pastor Mark R. Tennant
M. H. Brows of Miami is Tfait- visit here wtth her brother Ray ers. Tables were aUractrvely decorated Monday evening for the Royal i

tag lids weak: with Mr. sad Mrs.:. Yoder sad Mrs. Toder. She will: in a Hallowe'en motif and: Service program with Mrs. Fred L''I Uccue*

L. M. Iffiy.Ms meet Mr. Williams there and they crepe paper goblins skeletons, Jenkins in charge After the meeting ,. Real Estate Broker

will more at oace to Leztagtoa. etc.. were arranged on the tables a stork shower was held GLADES COUNTY. LANDS
... 0. Howdsahsn act chaia -
sad pinned ia the window curtains complimenting: Mrs. Gail Smith.

ba wens Fort Mytis WeiaeaMn. A highly. polished apple was Among those present were Mrs.I 607 Congress Bldg. Miami, Fla.MARKETTE'S .

Mr. and Mn. L. M. Lilly retaraed the centerpiece of each table.A W. L. Bellamy Mrs. H. Etherton.

home Tuesday. Bight from a I special table was arranged forth Mrs. Barbee. Mrs N. L. Langdale.
Mario Mahoa ofiiriala r.n.LA- vacation trip of several months ... children and after the covered
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Tatted briefly Tuesday spent largely in California. Mrs. dish supper was served the child
.edit are sad Mn. D. M. un_.. Lilly also underwent an operation ren were entertained on the porch

at Mayo CUaic ia Rochester Mian., by Mn. W. S. Bowman and Mrs.
)'r ad L. Jenkins left Friday night
a few weeks which Hallowe'en tales
ago was aunt E. P. Ewing with
a a bwmMsn trill to Alabama and saecesafal.
and games before being presented
IM..... He to expected tack W.week. favors of
with holiday candies and
..... :Misses Irene Scott and Wands horns and paper hats. The adults SALES

Toder who are ***"4" e Stetson enjoyed a groap singing at the
Mr. aad Jim George Riddle of Uartersity ia DaLaad sad Roy conclusion of the dinner. CLEWISTOX. FLA.
Lakeland were the week. d meats Donald who is
Lundy, attending Among those enjoying the occasion
at Mr*. Rfddte's ..... Mrs. J. W.
the University of Florida ia GatnelsvWe were: Rev. and Mrs. W. S.

Adklna and Mr. Adkte left Sunday afterooon to re- Dozeman, Mn. Ewing Mr. and Dealers For

tarn to school after spending the Mrs. H. C. Taylor and children.:

2 Keaaetii Mrs. Cedle Baamgardaer Brooks and retaraedStaarfay Mrs.,' wk-..d at their homes here. Glen. Wm.Neil and Mailer Audrey Mr.; and Mr. Mrs.andMrs. Doyle C;clo Power Lawn MowersFor

night from a visit la Wut .
Kenneth Bavsgard&er and Frank D. Yann. Jimmy and John-
Palm Bah. daughter, Karen returned here ny. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Irby Mr. Immediate Delf/ety x,

Tuesday sight from Jan< Att5rney Harry J fcaoa attead* where he has been for several Mrs. Caroline Bales, Mrs. $159.503Month's

ell Doe Homecoming. game alQataitvaveie I weeks its complete his farming operations Gladys Stalls' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley -

Satarday at th* UntT -, aa4 Bake plaas to more Wayman and Tommy. Mr. and

Mttf of Florida. to Moore lIa..... He brought with Mrs Jacob Heflia, Dean, Glen and I Factory Guarantee.Get .

1 him a trailer filled with young I
Mt*. Wilma Gatt of Poet Ptereeaaeamassim cattle. Mn. Baaisgsrdaer who has
her brother aadaMaHavlaw ,. baskets and spread them for the
been gettiac their home here iareadiness
1M week-ead' meal. It had been planned to have
; spent for moving, will retain I'
the meal out-of-doors bat inclement
bars with reIattvet.t with him to Ohio this weekend topack r
r weather appeared ia prospectso I
their hoashod fomftarcmoring. t'JT
MIL E. L. Braaaaa left W..... the party moved in-doon. I the. Habit of Shewing at
Following the dinner the group:
des far a rtstt of swreral weeks .
enjoyed visiting together and listening
" dMesiM with relatives at WmasVra. JOINS XF.\VS sTAFf
to piano music by F. E.
b... .....
I DHks. Solo sad group singing was
Mill Phyllis Etnerton. who is at- The Ia
also eajoycd to Mr. Dflks a cess-
Carl Hoffmaa sad _utio tag Armstrong Junior College i

bee Kyto of St. Petenban I IB Savannah Ga., has Joined the' paniment.Attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. "Family I FortMyers
aaaa* aavday with Mr. and Mn.GOB. staff of "The Inkwell" the college -
H. Van Cteve. Mr. and Mn. Fred
... Mn. Sturgis retarn- paper as a reporter.
A Sta.. Cop<< and children Mr. and Mrs. Dept. ,

. t -e. 1Msst with then for a vhlk.a H. C. Taylor Neil Audrey lad 'e t e
,'t: I I Glen Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Store" Ha.
TO K.PI".Im.: .\ FIWTKRX1TVJames
;_-;.l.: Gearte T. Costelto. geaeral field Wayman and Tommy. Mr. and Mrs.
,< inpiaaBHTIrn for the AawrteaB Jacob Heflta Dean. Glen Jeanne
a': .
I of Mr.t
Oliver Lundy son
" ,... Bat Brass. Is her today to eoafer and Lois Heflin. Mr. and Mrs. I
Mrs. P. E. Lady of Moore
ttk fees chapter officials aad toaaamt f t tad Carr Settle. Sue and Sandra. Mr. Terms
Purchases More
buds Haven, a student at the Colorado on $10 or
praaariBc a aDd Mrs. Pete Matusiak and baby
School of Mines at GoMea, Colo.
Iwr the aw vela .1 I eon Miss D1a Rush. Mr J II !
and a graduate of Cox and dauehsr. F F. Df.t.s: ar.-i BIT: I'noon: CATALOG-Over 10OOOO Items
is of sixteen
school one
Maw Magaret Via De Velde. who 1 Mr and 't r... irt.d..i; i
I I pledges from the school to Kappa I'
Junior college at I -
is attending -----------------------------------
national Greek letter fro
arrived this morning I Sigma -. .
Colteeef' << -
ternity. The fraternity was founded y i ; : _
1I''fk end with her :. -, .
to spend the ; at the University of Virginia 1.1 I
Mr ar.l j M 1' "- Van DtVeldt -
parents !lUG!} and the Gamma Gamma '
:'i Chapter was established at Minim I EVERY MECHANIC

i' in lIt4. the third national frat .--

pity on the campus.The i i 1
Colorado School of Mm--l-t( in our

v :.>cat .d thirteen miles west of n. ..1vpr -
p an*! is not only rictur..'.3i:> '\ I j

'.--ated at the base of the Kr. I Repair DepartmentHolds

lange of 4h* Rockies, but rJhe
: very heart of a ri h i :. ;' .- .- '

laboratory and within easy a. -. ;, A CertificateOf

of coal and metal mines.a\ > zo I
qtr field, refineries smelter. 'I'"
iunion works sad the like where i-ra.-i. ..' t;; ProficiencyIn
S.B. and MV.-U I' : -
first hand observations of the nr,- |

WORE IiOO1h"Barbara eral and allied indnstries may; shad !i CHEVROLET Repair Work
S&Hwtck.eatNa. AabL I il .. -. !
at aU times in roDDe<1 ;] :

( regular classroom work |i iI '

Neu.r I IIAXDALI KXTKHTAIX I To keep that car running have your repairs made by

C.UOIT OF }'mR."n.T QUALIFIED mechanics in a well-equipped to han-

..... and Wed., Oct.3S 11ASKKT mSXEU.SlUY :
-nL.cK iILI.T1"An It was the mstom o{ MrMn. : I dle any job on any make car-large or small.

Henry Randall. whiU- !

all time must for all tall in Citrus Center, to t?n'.,r'.-. r :
their friends m that senior"h ;, Just Received-Large Shipment of Seat

Cartooa a basket dinner each year and "

custom has been continue! -,:-.< i Covers-All Makes and Models

moved to Moore Han.n. ?" I
FrI. aDd Sat.. NOT. 1-% they I
pMt Sunday being the occasion .'- r i
"DLSKHT HOKSEMAV the anaaal obwrvaace.

Charles Starrett Most of she growp presentr- Christian Chevrolet Co.

old frieads from the Citrus Center

GHOST Xo. II aad QHw & aifHaaa sad a splor.-!
eeftd after all jftheir I--- -f- _
did dteAt was -
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I Obit 9L So? ,' Woman's World I Gems of Thought

T HE secret of a good mem-

Today's great problem ory is attention, and attention -

how to cut the pattern of Some Extra Skirts Will MakeA '-T. /? to a subject depends upon

peace without having a few our interest in it. We rarely for-

scraps left over. 4Y VZ get that which has made a deep
Small Wardrobe] Seem '
One way of becoming poormaking Larger :: impression on our minds.-Try-

Is others think yon lLPhilliprM on Edwards.

are rich.A }cola Remember what SiBtoatdts

good hrsband is one who said-that be never repentedthat
will wash up when asked and & Grlla ..JJ let, Lawyers Advertising he bad held his tesue

but often that he had spoken
dry up when told. v '
California State Bar associationhas
There is a delight in getting THOSE of us who have small Plutarch.
let down: the time-honored bars
along on the bare necessities clothing budgets are constantly II Ideal for Travel I on advertising. It still holds it unethical Not en joyweni, tad net Mrrwe,

ef Kte if one is living in a log looking for ways to make thtm ap- for an attorney to advertise j Is our destined end 9* easy,
larger without adding too Bat to to act tint rock I mi my an
cabin in the wilderness for pear '
fun. much extra expense to our allot .. individually, but has inaugurated an Finds a* farther than tally.
advertising the association
campaign by ,
ment. One big help to such a wardrobe
The modern stenographer to sell the public on the
He will always be a slave
is an extra skirt or two, one
craves shorter hours and big importance of legal advice.
who does not know how to live
(for sports or casual wear and another
Lee -
one for dress-up occasion upon a little.-Horace.

Fortunately these skirts can bt "A lawyer is your personal ad. '

to the wardrobe if you are vber. De will serve you in con

E" with a needle and happen to fidence. He aims to clarify your \

1 a coat that is no longer fash- legal problems," says a sample advertisement .

ionable. Perhaps you have a tweed Sounds okay. What's

ports coat that is showing too much wrong with letting the public in on s

wear. This can be ripped apart, what a lawyer is supposed to do t It

I and the wide of the material which with maybe a little emphasis on

a I II Is still bright and new looking-if what he is NOT supposed to do?

It has been protected by a liningtan _e__
Outdoors in I bo fashioned into an attractive
nay The public as a whole has been

weather feet keep I ikirt. kept in darkness as to some of the
Soft wool spring or tall coats or
of barrister
worn obligations a j
comfortable with SOLES I evening wraps might still be good, and few know that he is supposed 'I

as well ta feels by although out of date, and they can to be, first of all, an agent of the 1

orsirwaiiJ I offer their material for the dressy court in getting at the honest facts I

ikirt. and strict I
.RA securing Justice.
If you've done amount of ny
I any sewIng Y
you know that making a skirtIs I
really a simple matter much easier There are Individual counsellorswho WHEN CONSTIPATION mates jom fed
I U allowed to advertise would punk M the dick.nibdn( oa stomach
than a blouse or even a drew j ap *t, sow taste, gassy discomfort.
tailoring and fit are very Important put their faces on surface cars and take Dr. CaldwelFa famous nedidae

I[ however, and every care billboards and their telephone numbers I to qtdckij pall tilt tiger oa lazy *1asarda1 -

I! should be taken to make the most of in electric lights. It would be chporcawwews* ap1A.aad help you feel bright sad

the hard to tell whether they were sell-
fabric are using.
I I you I DR. b tie wonderful tea
If you are using an old coat for cQ Ing legal services or a new sham- laxative contained la good old Syrup

the skirt, rip apart all of the seams, poo. _._ I t Pepaia to make it to easy to take.

since the skirt must be recut en- The young lady who is about togo MANY DOCTORS UM pepsin prepara

tirely. Use a pattern that gives traveling will appreciate a bag We can imagine the country plas- i j cine floni more ta preKripttoni palatable to and mall agreeable Use me
you attractive lines, and make sure large enough to carry her glamor tered with signs "Let Smuggs Get i take. So be am year laxative it contained -
i that you have plenty of material for preparations neatly arranged hi You Out of It." "Fool the Judge' la Syrup Pepsin.

the skirt you wish to make. place on a removable upright tray. With Lawyer Pootle" and "Guilty INSIST ON DR. CALDWElL* -the fa-
Dr Not, Boggle Can Fix It Up." > write of mfflionj for 50 yean,and feel
This in red
Pleating a Skirt bag comes black, navy that wholesome relief from coastfftiea. -
and hazelnnt brown with self color And even: : Even finicky cattdrea lore it.

Requires CareIf stitching.the Keep out of jail CAUTION Ue only U directed.

you have chosen to make a i By hook or crook; j

SCRATCHING IS BID pleated skirt, work en a Cat surface Consult by mail
center of the zipper lies exactlyover DR.CAIMIJSSENNA ;
Don't eeratch dry Itching and have your basting thread and Attorney Cook! i
+ "; tcalp. Help remove loose needles handy, as you will need all the seam line with the slider ,
dandruff groom hair with _eWe
down. Pin fastener in -
place easing
x fabric slightly and using the pins think the California bar does

crosswise. well to limit the advertising to bar COICTAlIQ 1M SYRUP PEPSIN

Baste fastener in place, using associations. But we warn it that,
large catch stitches, and keeping anticipating a further weakening of ---- -

straight and neat. Remove pins the old concepts on legal ethics a

and turn over the skirt. lot of radio boys are busily engaged '> Relief At Last

Make a pocket at the top of the In thinking up jingles to suit the

placket to conceal the zipper by individual barrister. Like these:

; basting Vt inch below the top of
Does a lawsuit bother ? ForYourCough
the fastener and V inch from the
.. Tinkle, tinkle, toodle-oo!
seam line and make the shaped end
f Phone for Lawyer Chidsey Pott: relieves promptly be
That to what MILES wide the tit guess
luat Ti of an inch across top.
to the seat of the
Lrms PILLS era.So UtttoInit Five opinions, that's a lot.
e \J -OU MY Solatia,mcomforting Pivot needles at the corners when Affidavits, will and such, trouble to help loosen and expel
.. en. So CIOBftAieat and stitching in the zipper. germ laden phfrgm. and aid eaten
when you need an occasional AU authorities tell us thatit Three flights up will save you ranch; to soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed -
laxative. It's good to know that sewing If it's legal aid you seek bronchial mucous mem-
this laxative work with is easier insert the
you-not to zip
Tea druggist to
ataiaat 700. MILKS: LITTLE PILLS Special prices all this week! your sea TOO
".114'." when many hanh buttes per when it is closed. If there is > a bottle of Cieaanilslanwiiathetmdmtandinz -
",uaJa."Get a package from your(am- enough material at the opening for yon must like the way it
Of .&&_eo CAUTION! Not to this fastener it be folded and Boy, turn off-that radio! We're quietly allays the cough or yoa are
bho..... whca abdominal ...Io may to have your bact.CREOMULSION.
blouses .
/ fare enough money
or other aymptoma of app a>dlm / you stitched as above to conceal the zip going to pass up legal advice and

i **. Take_fI/ftlJ"t.. directed Patterns show perforations where per. If there is not enough material \ :ake a bottle of hair oil instead.

MOM Elkhart.Laboratorica.lad.(4GQf. lac, I the pleats fold and when cutting the at the seam to do this, an e fer ColztaS,Om Colds,Broacflitis2IJuJS

skirt these should be marked heave extra piece will have to be stitchedin :< The Village Blacksmith, !
before in the to
ily with chalk. Fold the pleats on putting zipper I!
191G Model
conceal it.
the line of the white chalk marks, i ?
using straight and even lines. Pin Do not remove the stitching on
the zipper or the seam until the Under a spreading snafu tree '
and baste carefully, working on a ni MII HSU in run w
work is completed.Too The village smithy stands;
flat surface so that you can pleat I RHEUMATISMHlUlmSWMBAQO
the skirt all the way. It should be much can never be said on I The smith a helpless man is he,

) basted carefully and then pressed the importance of having hems With trouble on his hands,
certain the pleatsare properly sewed. But before this can For he's short of everything he
after you are
be done that have selectedthe needs
even and correct.In see you .
THEOUINTUPIETSalways proper length for your skirt. In ill the types and brands. s
is best baste -
basting pleats it to
Have else pin- it for
someone up
use this great rub for first then the
the center pleat ones you if possible, or use one of the He's short of Iron, short of steel
COUGHSIS'COIDSRemoves to either side. If the skirt is pleated hem markers if you must do your 'I He's short of horseshoe files;
in front the will I
over pleats
j The only horseshoes he can get Last.MIEN r eae.f tM-s1 etc
L:; 1dj ivorlap considerably at the waist own.Use a binding at the hem so thatit I; Are in soybean-plastic styles, w UlTOh 111 HU u MUIO*
line In all cases of pleating, keep rMRUfTKa RUt-iWf*ighl
can be stitched properly without And to get a keg of nails he must
the lengthwise grain of the fabricas 1 : [a.iia nn ML,w mumau ni
being too bulky. Go seven hundred miles.
correct as possible; otherwise,
the skirt will appear lopsided and Week in, week out, from morn tU -

will be difficult to wear. I Make! It Wear! I, night, U. S. Savings Bonds

j I I Careful tailoring is required in : Fou can hear him telephone;
akmg pleats, but it is possible : Careful finishing on a garment
i You can hear him pleading for some
.r even a beginner to do this cory. I means longer wear, whether you staff CLEAN, WHITE -pi

... '! provided she measures care- are buying a Check garment the or following makingit In a voice that seems a groan, CHEST RUB RELIEVES $$

ily! and works correctly. Use pat- yourself. As he hears of farther bottlenecks,
points to see whether garmentis
"t rn directions and tape measure While the shoeless horses moan. COLDS'MISERIES
j.crectly.St.tcniRg, well finished:

is important tf the 1. Stitching on buttonholes Many modern mothers
very And children coming home from are chang:
+ yellow discolorationDisinfectsDeodorizes nished skirt is to look nice, but I should be firm with BO sign of school tog from old-fashioned remedies to

+ with good basting stitches to guide t fraying. See that buttons are Look in at the open deor; clean white,stainless,medicated-

+Seals paint pores you. there should be no difficulty. in sewed firmly but not tight. They know, whatever he's doing, PENETROSRUBSTRAINS
this: 2. Check to see if all placketsare
respect.hidden he
+Refreshens color ;; neatly finished trim and not
l" \ Gives Is shoeing nags no more! __ __h_
Zipper bulky.
.. .all in out p He's even short of sufficient coal
3. Examine stitching to see
Smooth FHtias Skirt
To make the bellows roar!
operation that it is and neat and that
avafla even SORENESS
'... Now that zippers are again ,
I .. to put one of them ate all seams are held together.The .
; -% pn
\nJ.,., -. thread should match the fabric Down Memory Lane
I .. ......*......,'( jour. sku1 you want a nice, smoothok
._ .. around the hips. Lay the closed so well that you cannot tell (Fran Typo Union No. 6.)

11.' -.-_-...<": tener along tie unstitched side too much of a difference between Hitrhock't and Doan'sheel one A favorite homrtmld aotiarptic dr-*
and Eaiowat tot
'r them. tac M ytarv Buford'eBAL9AU
a the skirt on the seam. Make sure least bt> I II II 4. All seams should be at awe. Billy Wtuon'i Beef Tout sing coma rc&cve the eorencM and

a&e-half inch deep. Pinked Tony Tutor'*. The old Medicals acM of overused and strained aaaarifa.
seams are used for firm weaves _e Gvden. The Ilippodrom Takes die sting and itch eat of bars,
otherwise fabric will fray. Bound Miners Btcery. Coney ulaiU welds,insect bites,oak aid try pianoinf. -
wind and bun, sad
AREYOVPALWMKJIRI seams are best for loosely wov- /end nickel 1 Hr. (Or 10 cents a pint chapped atia. Its warn antMeptic chafing action leaf

en fabrics. French seams are to take oat!) 'Let Mt Cell You Boa the dancer cf i& ectiao wbeocver tile
best for lightweight fabrics whilea Stcrtffctarf.'*. Canuo end the MonktjHouse. ida ia cot et broken.
double stitched seam prevents . "See what At 67 in At Keep a battle heady tat the at**
facie Kill Aun .". with ntnT* cf kitcLea and mousy At
room Copt
fraying in a heavier type of fab- roar draaxiat-trial ae bottle askheaehotd
t due to MONTHLY LOSSES? ric. ....ukr must ches. Horse can. ...6Sfc eoooomy piss. (US.

M !OQ gala and women whO she Bit Tim. '/ fare my idle but 0.C. HAKFORO fun CO.MwMa ..V.
much 4.monUllJ per104a 5. Hemline should be straightand oh. you kid.". Steve Brody. Mayor & mitt ol
w -dragielS ont-- of a length becoming to the Red JJii*." Cej lamps. Theo ,
i tble mat:due to tack of..bloOO'1rOn.yc1Ia wearer. It should be of the sa.K u watts to sec '_ """. John l.
1. L depth all the around, finished s.JlitGIIoria. Bucket Blood.
o way of
1 !! _. hom8 Rays co
1 -- -red thI.but 1aOd--U1 such cues i I with seam binding or turning un Charley Murphy. Three I5 jiimtllrrdnmu Ba=arn. 4rrbp

bpttkkhixifl Tablets are ont of 5211t der. with India biting tht dun I
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I I z A NO TilERFFAAAM1p.M1A yM1M1M1FAAh,FAM1hhhAhAAhAAAAAAAAbt on various subject | j' !

The Question 1 7. Which is the largest, Costar
Rica Panama or Cuba? :
1. What is tree !orrtc: and
f ficial title of Fred M. \inson? of-I The Answers New York's Black Marie Rcleued by Western Xrwcpeper Emma
r i 2. What was \oltaire's real 1. Chief Justice of the: United There is a vibrant hush alongside BEFORE the record season justdose
i, same* States. Not Chief Justice of the streets when midnight puts on PRESENTATION OF COLD FACTS : it had always seemed to
S. CoHuncrcial. salt a produced Supreme Court. Its negligee The canyons are BEST CAMPAIGNING METHOD us that baseball's 154-game sched-
in how many different load andgrades 2. Francois Marie Arouet. packed tight with silence extending IF IT SHOULD ever be my prov- ule should have been cut to 140
? as far as the ear can reach. ince to conduct the election publicity games As a gen-
t 3. At least 60, each for a part Restless breezes hold a whispered for either party, which it will eral rule aH interest -
4. Wbca was chromium discovered' ocular purpose. DOt be I would take from the ...
tete-a-tete as they hum around corners a tip has been
t i 4. In 1797. . Darkened windows are political wisdom and psychological withering on me
*. The Ptmsyivania Dutdi aria5.. Germany whitewashed with moonshine and understanding of Harrison E. Span- Septemberme 4 cr
f. bHdfer came from where? 6. laKewQrltam '!>be Ant hoe the luminous buildings stand Hie gler of Iowa. I have seen them ap 12 or 14 of the ma- t
6. WIIere. the second free port port. New York, was erisiilshed frozen ghosts Street lantps plied. jor league entries.
} to be established' in the United m 1S8T.T. poke fingers of tight through the More than sac months before the The year 1946 1 has

,l States? Cuba. Inky night. Stillness grips the convention that nominated GOT Al- told a different story r rany
Atmosphere in a lover's embrace. fred T-andon of Kansas as the Republican m the way of attendance -
f The sinister beauty of ebony ; candidate for President, figures.
NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS Hence prowls the streets searchingtor Spangler then vice-chairman of the but certainly not

the dreams of poets. Republican national committee, enough to justify .
spend a western headquarters of 14-game in1y UDD-
t Crochet This/ Lovely( Centerpiece Central Park spills its scenic ube party m Chicago. In December crease to 118 contests as proposedby
treasure in the dark. Fallen 1933 he began offering factual m- a few club owners.
To obtain complete foetrac- leaves frolic with balmy wind* -indulging tormation regarding the operations With the wild rush to sport after
i nous Doily for(Pattern the Seventeefi So. SOT adi Mad PiDe8III a* cents* in their whackrobatics if government to the rural press the war, this has been an abnormal
to coin your name ...... aDd pattern Trees drip with greenery WindIng if the nation. In the material year You get the main idea when
number. roads are disturbed only by the offered there were no vituperative the Phillies, a tail-end contender,
Send jour order: to: metallic gargle of passing cars. condemnations of the opposing could approach the million mark at

SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORKM Sometimes it's so quiet-you parties. There was nothing that home. Most major league clu splay
$ Seam Wefc SL CkKtfO. EL an hear the castenets of crick- could be considered partisan unless at least 32 exhibition games.
Enclose 3 a cents tae FaNo -.. its. Spacious laves are a plain statement of facts about The 168-game menu would therefore
patches of natural beauty in the government operation could be considered give ball players 200 games to handle -
1'a1"A atone and steel landscape. The as such. The rural news- ; between early March and Oc
rjrroundmg skyline is coated with paper editors always chary of propaganda tober. This is more than most ball
Address moocglow Flashlights cf patrol- did not consider the mate- players can absorb without gong
big park police turn en and off Eke rial anything other than what wasdamned stale. Three hours of baseball each
giant fireflies. for it, a presentation of :day seems easy work. But three
r fe Indian Words !acts. Close to 6,000 rural editors hours cf hustling competitive spcrt

I The Main Stem during the predawn asked for and printed the mate- each afternoon or night is another
: "; Besides the thousands of geographical hours settles down to a paralytic rial That service to the newspapers story
.,. names we have bor- pace Its bonfire of activity continued each week up to, and for Even with the 154-game schedule
rl.-wed from American Indian Ian- has been Quenched and only tiny a week after, the convention in late the number of weary, injured be-

i, t""bE'S" about 1,700 other Indianj Bickers cf energy remain. When the Tune. iraggled baH players is something
i v,: have come into English us- mazda display is snuffed out-the Early in July the Literary Di- greater than you might think. Ty
_L'. .rrong them being barbecue. street's: shallow gayety vanishes gest mailed its straw vte cards Cobb told me once that 154 games
."! ;:\ ,', .nk. hickory, hominj and l tike dreams. The Grandest Canyon to several milllen names as it was about all any hard-playing hastier -
;"iJ"'J:;' "4" to i' g .1.:. is cushioned with calm while it had done in a number of pre- could handle.
-:. .. ; "... patiently waits for the soundless vfoHs Presidential campaigns. "In the old days" Ty said, "I
D. 1 --' I rack of dawn. Those cards were checked by nrasn't a hold out. I simply didn't i
: ; -1 "'- This Home-Mixed the recipients aad returned to need or want an that early training
kYt There are always humans haunt- the Digest before the middle of and an of those exhibition garres.I .
Cough Relief Is teg the town from'midnight to sunrise July tot the tabulation was net hunted all winter and kept my legs
!t2!" } Many of them are rootless completed aDd tae resrft animated in shape. I remember m 1911 I
'- Truly SurprisingSo people, withering and waiting for aatil the fast week el didn't join the Tigers untO they

tercs. Many are sinful and October reached Evansville, six days before
Easy.o Cooking Dig Sarin .
5271 Tc. tk Wn. in = ihameless. Most are the homeless That straw vote, taken in early the season opened. That year I
rin tchen.tray n you can easily but.! prepare your and the lonely, who have found life July, indicated the election of Lan- hit for 420 and stole 83 bases as
THIS h, : a rtaa:!\ curprtsibp: relief for coughs fc contmual war. The serenity ofbight ion. The Digest poll had demonstrated I recall it. One answer was :hat
make\, : : L :; :; : ; a.;- d.Jf- to colds_ It's o:d-fashioned-yoor :seems to offer them a little its accuracy through many I was still keen and fresh m August
mother probably used tt-but for real It accurateit and September when a lot of the
peace. Campaigns was equity
It n:tas'
der a bent! at \ cS. results; rt s bard to beat.
First, make a by stirring 2 the time it was taken in 1S36Fhe others were stale and tired."
ores 17 inches-J Scu've never syrup -
cups granulated sugar and one cup It's so cadet you can hear the political conditions at that time
crocheted a 'pineapple' design of water a few moment until .. iMRr is an excellent one with No cooking needed. Its no
I turned. Or car's motor campaign of government
trouble Or you can arc own syrup or your This seems to make sense. No
: vfcaeh to beftn. liquid honey, instead of sugar cyrup. purr. Night workers gaze acts: He had molded public opinion athlete who has lost his keenness,
Then get Zfe ounces of Pines from : through leaden-lidded orbs and Pith the presentation of those facts : who has grown stale, can be of
any drug-grist. Tats Is a special compound swap empty stares. A gust of it a time when politics as such
of proven ingredients. In .concentrated help. The right sort .! baH i
PaintingUt +l in Place form, well known for wind heralds the approach of a bus vas not being talked player will keep in shape all winter -
.< quick action tn throat and bronchial cr trolley as they wreck the waIl Then came the more than through golf or hunting. The

.,: Of Actors in Making Movie irritations.Put the Pines into a pint bottle of silence. Cleaners sweep the three hectic months of the active spring training and the spring exhibition -
Uttered pavements the swishawisifswish campaign: waged under a new
and flu up with roar syrup. Thus you campaign: has been badly ;
Aa ingenious motion picture I make a full pint splendid cough of brooms and hose providing party management. Spanjlfr's overdone. Add 14 extra ball game
syrup, and you ret about four times : an accompaniment for a factual material was thrown
which to the
called The Story of a Mural much for It present list and it will mean
employs figures in paintings instead polls as Children your love money its pleasant never taste symphony of boredom. into the discard. In its place more baseball than most players
ut live actors, has been completed And for quick relict tt's a won1er.It were the tirades and recriminations could handle-and still retain the a '
m Italy and well have its IOOMBS the phlegm,soothes the Irritated Harlem usually is brimming with that are usual in politi- badly needed hustle.
membranes eases the soreness.aak excitement. That sector never stopsto cal Oratorical effort
tins fall Also with the additional 14
American premiere saysCoBer'f. a breathing easy and lets yoa games
The film depicts the life get ratfal sleep Just try It,and if not catch its breath. Some cf its shouted charges and counter suggested, baH players' salaries
of Christ as portrayed in 37 large pleased your money will Le refunded.: streets are as busy during the mid- charges. Each week saw the should be lifted from 10 to 15 per
freccoee by Giotto. -- ---- ile-of-the-mght as they are at noon. Republicans losing votes that cent over the 154-game pay. With 3
Though Harlem is plagued by Spangler's facts had created. the record attendances 1946 has offered '
Without a word of narration theIIIJI'y there amusement We all know the final result.
: Gas Stomach poverty are more can look for
is unto lded by dissolvedstate. on you a rousing;
here than in other That
spots any partof pre-convention campaign
angel Kcfcntd to 5 tastes m OMbto. IMF sinner back scrap on part of the baH playerfor
one spot, an appears I 're.e.-r.r..ana.._...,.....,- town Troublemakers pour as conducted by Span- a big jump, even at 154
to be flying the illusion of _-....-w snakein
-- from bars. Police cars gler would teach me two les- But who is
p a. ._-. lea rl for going to see that the ballplayer
motion being achieved by a seriesof I .y.yaane tMi.f ..jI.Mtk-.lc8.ll-l t .: and out of the 28th precinct sons. First to give the public gets this increase
with M L..Yw. B.a-.n. trajtMAyl111Mljft
shots of several angels 1'.Jw.et
lacer rev r.l back-Mm d where 100,000 poverty-stricken pea unvarnished facts. The people above the demand he might make
their wings! in surce s\e pcs-tions i r ML.&.M a.oeeei.iaFTrrFDTMTriwI ple are bunched in a square mile. win direst them into opinions. I for the present schedule?
When the facts do not conform I S e f t
Night-crabbers who swept into to what the people expect or t
places like squirts of seltzer now want of government, they will Roughnecks in the Ring

exit with all the fizz taken out of vote for a change They resent It was James J. Corbett, a great
them. The doorman appears to condemnation of one party by boxer and the smartest fighter the
be the only one whose face isn't the other. They win do their own game has ever known in or cut cf
smudged with fatigue. And condemning when the facts call the ring who first set a rather sour
there is always the glum sight of a for such action. example by being known as "Gen
lady lush looking as though she had Second, I would conduct my factcampaign tleman Jim."
stepped out of a nightmare People as far in advance of ar For the ring is no spot for a fen-
__ trying to clutch a little merriment Section as possible. would start.t tleman, or anything approaching the
with noisy desperation immediately after an election, same. And Jim Corbett was no gentleman -
-. rather than a few weeks before the in any ring He told me
{C Throughout the night there are next one I could make more votes this himself. The gentleman has
r /' ?dd keddikters who are starring m when the people were not being assattad -. his club or his box at the opera
their own tawdry sideshow .Unfortunates by campaign oratory, and or track but he is out cf place.It .
taking an inventory ftf were in a more reasoning mood. remained for Hughey Keogh
garbage cans trying to find something And I would not undo what I had years ago to ten the true story:
Ywffj that might be of value accomplished by indulging nttades : "There was no high finance about

The fame el spoiling wags
The soft chill of J early morning is S e e When the dear old tub from Bastes
.gnared by lovers as they "wrap A MIMEOGRAPHEDOTE Was the King
themselves in the warmth of their from the income ta\ collector When we paid our honest tribute
romance. Here is Paradise in tells me his office can no longer To the other tanks and Jogs
tctkm. Peace is here and lifeIs advise me as to tax payments, And the soiree with the raw 'uns
Lkr a waltz. Their personal fortress made or owed because of a lim- Was the thing.
if blue skies and stars shuts out ited personnel. Senator Byrd's

{he grim headlines. Castlesintheair committee reports an increaseof "Fighting hade adieu to its
are furnished with bright 10.5&4 employees in the treasury Traditions long
Hurry-rub in Ben-Gay for fast, soothing gently bopes.1Iispers unfold the old department for June 1M And kissed its grimy hand
warming relief! Insist on genuine Ben-Gay, the original -but thrilling tale In a world as compared with June. 1%. Ta sentiment
Baume AnftlgesMjue. Ben-Gay contains up to i 2 where hate, famine and violence There must be a "slow down" When they took it U the steam heal
times more methyl tahcylate and menthol-two pa a- are commas: disasters lovers working the treasury when From the haD and rain and sa wAnd
relining agents known to every doctor-than five engaged in a lingering goodnight in they can no longer do what a champion aspiredTe
other widely offered rub-ins. Ben-Gay.acts fast where the quiet streets of a Big City-rep they formerly did when the department be a gent.
you hurt. resent a miniature miracle. employed 10,564 less I still recall a story Jim Ccrtetl

like for Pale AM t. COLDS, KCSCtl & KI. a.J STBAOIS. people. They sun have enough once told me. Jim was fighting Joe
Ask for KM BCB-&) far C&UraL When the city Is drowsy with personnel to assess penalties if Choynsid on a barge.
dawn the sky is jubilant with vivid I forget to pay when paymentis "1 nailed him .m the ninth round,"*

hues Stars fade and the rouged due. Jim said "and Joe fell to the floor.
toes of sunrise start to puS them- I stooped and lifted him up. Tb
telves ever the horizon. This THE RED JAWS OF THE TOTALITARIAN cheers were terrific. But I lifted
l Is the serene instant when light and Russian bear an him so I could nail him again before
2 darkness wed. The marriage snapping at the heels cf defenseless he recovered. Then the boos wen
I marks the.start of a priceless heri- I' Greece, ancient hem of wisdom terrific" Gentleman Jim Ccrbeti

tare-the birth of a new day. and freerlem.I also knew his game.l .

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School Daze- Yon." L. Wilson. Tomato forwardings in the science depatment and in I I court of records and the county

I from Fort Pierce have Increased I pre-medicaal and pre engineering solicitor be elected as are other

(Continued from Page 4) FIIFSHiANEWS:: through the last week or 10 days courses prevents acceptance of any I state and county offices through-

By Mildred Close 14. Beat shipments have started applications for such study Dr. i out the state. Heretofore in Be
In the Pompano game the score This week the school is from Pahokee. Cucumbers brought offieea
I Spivey stated. cambla these particular
carnival I
showed a great Improvement Noticeable its elections
primary for early offeings bringing $3.50 to I I have been filled by appetetHMtH frf
help was given by Doyle The final elections will bet
queen. *2.50 to $4.50 at Wauehula durIng by the Gerernor.Taltahaasee..

sad Tommy. I next week. Who will be the freshman the last week, with pepper selling AmendmentsContinued -

candidate-Betty or Joyce! at 12 to $ t.50 and eggplant

JUMOi; XEUS: II Who will be the Queen! J1.70 PINNa
to $2.45. Light shipments of ( from Pag 1) .
By Elsie Story Because the freshman class will cucumbers were reported from Fort October<< IL 1....
The Juniors have ehoea Mrs. I need prises for their booths, they Myers I and duties, qnaWteatiOBs fr office

"True Story for their homeroom have ordered some nice ones, which I and length of term to be set.No NOTICE i. hereby given ttkat the :

Mother this year. will be here in plenty of time for I __ I 5-ProTides that JII'OPria- T>ua>te a of the internal Taaajanraaanait 9s
f he U. S. Signal Corps developed I II Fund of the State of Floria*. aVr-
For Hallowe'en the Juniors are the lucky winners. Everyone is a gadget UGh for salaries of state employees meant to Law will offer for aaUe, fore
dariae the that made
war and all other state only. ID Tallak.... .. Ftwrobjectiona -
havtag Biago, and Fortune Tell- looking forward to all the fan I expenses
It possible for a : Ida at o'clock M. November
tear to rest a telephone shall 11:09 A.
ing. We hope will wantto 1 going to have. Be sare contain provision on BO other -
everyone they are OB hit shedder both 1>, 1>4., for',1IOt in GLADES COOK-
play bingo and win one of the you are there Hallowe'en night.TOLLY hands so subject nor shall such specific TV, described aa follows:
could I be
ipeeiTe prises that will be give I I free appropriations be tacked on to any Approximately 2* acres of lake
bottoaa land in W
other i tbe % of KWlfc.
away-Notice! ri TAILw ('..l'UOln.XIZEH Lamp into OM general Section %3, Township 41 aevtSV

Two pairs of nylons will be in- IJY r.KOlP ?laat City celebated a virtual Mil all appropriations except the Range 33 East. lying North cud
adjacent to the i. Ii:. Frieraimhome
recently when the Seaboard
claded also following: county schools, counties
several boxes of good place. Said tract to Bsxtiateal
waebteg IOw..r.BlhaMtIl Air Line Railway opened its new cities or other political snodiTi- on the Went by the county read
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HaUowe'en We have organised a "Polly PIgtail $75.).. freight depot and office Iou, ftuitJs for permanent improvements adjacent to Feeder Canal KSL 1
Jones is
Club." Our first meeting was The Purchaser la required to pat
there. and buildings for state the advertising cost
Queue &t oar class. Sbe is an attractive -
held October 17 at three o'clock
girl and we hoptag that Audrey Taylor's home Those at- hwrJtatio, pensions and retirement FUND ..... the rhrait

she will get the majority of votes. Mona Jo Lee Audrey DisabledCoatlnued- sad trust fuds. It further. to reject the sale.
tending were
JrNYc1es that the appropatioaa>> BY ORDER Of tIN Trustee Of Internal
Taylor. Jo Anne Conae, jo Anne imprvTcaBetu Fans of the lute
,...OI'UO'IOUIXBWS for w longer than two of Florida.Mlllard.
Compton, Shirley Cox:, Doris liar- ( from Page 1) '_fl. F. Caldwell (ones,
Dy Jeanne lIefllnEVN'yone grave and Gloria Cason. Attest
residents of Florida. :No. 6 Refers to Escambia I F. <'.
Elliot See.
in our due is getting Election of officers was held
I Already overcowded conditions County. Asks Trustees I. I. Fund.
ready for Hallowe'en. Jessie Bran- I with the following results: President I the Judge of the Ott 18-25. Nov. 1-8-15. _

nan fe head of the commute on I Mona Jo Lee; vice-president, .

posters and reports that they are Audrey Taylor; secretary-treasurer, NOTICE OP ELECTION I fie CoPectfea of Taxes, by Amending I <3t The Legislature than at the ttf.t-
JTM about finished. All the agri- Jo Anne Couse: reporter, Gloria WHEREAS. The Legislature vf I,.". Sections 11 tad 12 of Artie! V ill of the mauve Session of 1M7. and from taaie to
under the Con tutloa of lea, of the Confutation of the Slate of Florida as time thereafter enact: lawn speeUyaBX
wiHere boys are working diligeDt-1 Cason. I State of Florida did pass < Joint Resolutions Adopted at the General Election: of No- the powers function: duties and coatpenaaUoa -

\f trying to find or make a Motion was duly made, seconded proposing amendment to the vemtxr, 1944. said Amendment to Provide of County Tax Collector designated -
Constitution of the State of Florida and for the Re-Numbering of Sections: In paragraph 1 of this Secttoo 15,
tfc* tin cans that will hold the: and carried that future meetings the wine were agreed to by a vote Of 11 and 12 of Article VU1 of the Constitution -I and iliaD likewise provide for the c:*&>

penny votes for our queen. Jimmy be held each Wednesday from tbree-nlth. of all the member electedto of the State of Florida as Adopted I ectlon. care custody reporting and tftaDursement rI -
each bouse; that the votes on laid at the General Election m N'o-emhr. of an taxes collected by the
CraM to working out the raffle three o'clock to five o'clock and Joint Resolutions were entered upon 1M4 and to Amend Section 11 sad II County Tai Collector
their Journals with the of Article VIII of the Constitution rt I j
respective yeasnd
tickets for the pig and turkey. In the meeting place to be varied and nays thereon, and they did deter the SUIte of Ftorldx and to Provide that I 4 .

abort everyone is busy getting decided on at eeach meeting for mine and direct that the said JointResolutions In the County of Hilltborough. State of HOGS: JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 110
be submitted to the elector Florida the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION PropoWg asi
ready for the Hallowe'en party. the succeeding one. Motion was ef the State at the General Election to Assess the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVt et tile CostrUtutioo -

As we have Mid before, in another duly made seconded and carried K..vwnber IMS the purpose of Levying state c. nty, of the Stat. of Florida By ....
NOW THEREFORE.: I, R. A. GRAY Schools and Uunldpalitles In the Coxmty Adding Thereto Aa Additional Stton to -
leave, Mr. RaaJerson is donating that does be fixed at ten cent per Secretary of State of the State of Florida of HIDsborouga Except: the City of Plant Provide lot the Appointment By i Concurrent *
notice that City. Florida which Shan be Exempt Rewbitloa of tie Seas
do hereby Rive I t and
a pig to the Sophomore month. Games were played and refreshments CENTRAL: ELECTION I from the Provisions of this Amendment. House of RepresrnUthtfe of a rtrectur

claw for the Hallowe'en pig raffle. were served by Mrs. won be held la each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State County, of the Budget and to Aotaorite tt* Legislature I
on Tuesday next succeeding the first i County School Board. School Districts to Prescribe Die Pea a and 11 !
This pig if out to a teat. I am Taylor. Monday in November A. D. 1946. the Special Tax School Districts and the Duties QjaliCcatkmi: and Ttnr yt Of

sure it would be a Blae Ribbon sate Tuesday beng the Municipalises of the County Except the I fice.BB I I
tVlaaer. Mr. Raulerson says it for the ritlf.citkm: or rejection of the EB IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE TURF or THE STAn OF FL % Al
50 Mid Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: That the following Amendment M Article
weigh* at least pounds. to the Constitution of the State That the following Amendment, of xvi of tae Constitution of the sate
The turkey will weigh about 20 Vegetable Movement .f Florida viz: Article VH1 of the Constitution of the of Florida, by adding thereto an a* Vtion.il
state ol rjCtiii relate to the At *- section to be known as Section M.
pounds and is being donated by 1 merit and: Colectton of fl taxes tn the be and the same la hereby arrred to an*
an anonymous giver. You will be Gaining Headway SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 663 County of Hffisborrmzh. State4 Florida. shall be submitted to the electors: of the
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Re-Numbering Scv-Uon 11 .l adoptedat ; State of Florida for ratification or rejection
waited anon by a smiling Sopho- Amendment to the Constitution of theState the Cenerd Election of 1M> to as to at the general election for Hearesrntatives -

Inn?. (they always smile). Don't of Florida, to be known M Article make It read Section IS of Article via to be bed m the year 1MI4as :
JACKSONVILLE. Fla., Oet. 23- XX. Sections 1 and 2. Thereof Relatingto 1 of the Constitution of the Tare of F rtda fallows: ,
miss this chance of getting a fine The vegetable movement from Cen- the Consolidation Abolishing or Creating .. tdnt by Amending Section 12 of! SECTION M. The Legislature than by '
of Certain County Offices: and the : of the Contitv.+'o3 of the law provide for a Director of the Bodgrt.
porker or a turkey for only a few tral and South Florida points is Assocment and Collection of Municipal State of Florida at adopted at the General I who than be appointed by a concurrent:

Cletf.By. gaining headway this week with i Taxes by County Tax Offlda's. In OrangeCoJty. Election in November, of 1M4 so I resolution of tha Senate and Rouse of
F orida. and Providing for Referendum a* to make tt read Section 13 of Article Representatives. and altaR by Jaw coasistent -
the way if you catch any substantial volume expected from Elections far Acceptance or Refection Vtn of the Constitution of the State of I with other provisions of this GSBstitutton. -
Sophomore not smiling at school of any Law or Laws Enacted by Florida, and t) exclude the City nf Pant prescribe his powers and< duttoa. [
several Florida State Farmen'Iarketa the Legislature of the State of Florida I City from said Amendment; Be and the provide for Us qualifications and ten
3nt report it to Miss Rush aDd ) within the next two as Provided in said Proposed Amend- same Is hrreby agreed to and shall be of office the length of which alias be
submitted to the Electors Of the Slate wholly within the discretion of the Le.-
they will pat a nlckle in the cantor weeks. Jacksonville offices of the "Inc'rr RI! OLVTD: BY THT LECI!;LA- of Florida tTt Ratification or Re.-tlon Islatura. and shall not be limited by See-!

the Queen. ; We're practicing, Markets: system reported today in TUllE Or THE STATE OF FLORIDA at the General Ejection to be held oathe boa T. Article: XVI of the CoDStButian.
That the following amendment to the first Tuesday after the first Monday -- --
"Smile and the World Smiles With a statement by Director William Constitution of Florida, to be known In November. 1S45; -* .....I "' .
Article XV. Sections 1 and 2. thereof SECTION u. 1. From and after January cowrrrrr'BSTITtT! -. nt:
reiatac te lbs consolidation! abolishing t 1948. the County Tax Assessor of -T
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antS seating of certain County offices Hillsboraueh County shall assess all A JOINT RE'c't i Proposing '
.q and for ._lIt and collection of municipal property for aU State.: County, School Amendment of f ;. of Article ffl
Uses by County tax officers 1nOrange and Municipal Taxes to be levied taHilteboraugh of the C nltitut. e Stats at Floe
County Florida and providing County by the State. ida. Relative to A ..at'.....:
MENU FOR SUNDAY OCT. 27 far referendum election* for acceptanceor County County School Board. School BE IT RESOLV'' w THE LEGISLA-
rejection of any law or laws enactedby Districts, Special Tax School Districts and TVRI OF THE STAn: OF FLORIDA:
the legislature of Florida aa provided Municipalities except la the City of Plant That the following amendment of Section
thc-ein. be submitted to the qua'I fled City. Florida wh: h city snail be exempt 30. Article in of the Constitution of
Baked Veal and Dressing Roast Beet ele-tors of the State of r>rlda for adaption from the provisions! of this Section the State of Florida relating appropriations
r Yellow Rice and Pork or rejection at the newt general 2. The Legislature shall at the Lager la hereby agreed to and shall be
e'ectlon to be held In the year 1949, latlve Session enlfN_en JtJ Bjl V submitted to the electors of the State
WaMorf bait: _: .e.la.uliv time Pierea&r. laws s&JcifjriJg the of Florlda for ratification or rejection at
Salad Potato Sate powers, fractions, duties andompenia-
the rext General Election to be held hi
/ .- ARTICLE XX'SEC'I10N tJon of Cj CSUnty Tax :=:1r:4 November A. D. 1944: that la to may that
provide by flea shin likewise provide by law for the
and empowered of the State of Florida ahta be '
Peas or laws enacted by ft at Its regular sm- extension on Ut A5.rDCnRoU of sloe amended and aa amended shall rad aa ;
seal held In A. D. fat or at any County Tax Aacor ol all taxea levied (oiiowrSECTIONJO.
Friit Cobbler Ice Cream regular teuton tfiertalttr. for the con- by the Slate County County School Laws making the appropriations
soUdaUco. aboluhlnz cr creating: of any Board School Districts. Special Tax for the salaries of public a
County Office la Orange County. Flor School District: and Municipalities located officials ai t employers and an otter
Each item individually ida. Provided there is exempted from : tn the County of HUIsborouEh. expense of the State shall contain provisions
priced the effect of this Article Judges .f all State ef Florida with the exception! of oa no other subject cor shall aa
courts; and to provide lot the assessment the City of Plant CIty. which la hereby appropriation be aa Incident of any other
and collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provisions af this bill; all state appropriations except appropriations
mST: COFFEE IX TOWN asuuuncBts. or elthe- of them, by County Amendment for tne coonty schools, counties
tax officers In said County. Any law so SECTION 11 L From and after January cities, or other political subdivisions t
enacted respecting the consolidation M 1. iwa. the County Tax Collector ta of the1 State, appropriations for permanent
creation of any County offices shall per the County of Hillaboreugn. State of Improvements and buildings for !
GLADES CAFEw scribe the powers duties and compensation Florida shall collect all taxes levied m state tnatltutioca *. provided for by laws .
of the officers designated thereinto the County y the SUM County, CountySchool enacted at the 1M keglslatun cr prior
exardM and discharge thai duties of Board, School District Special i legislatures and for pensions retirement
the offices: aa consolidated or created: and Tax School District and Uiuudnslltksof fund and trust funds shall be Included
r FAn \DET: soy law so enacted respecting the auesa- Bi1 boh County Florida except I la one general appropriation b3 or toy
seat and collection of municipal axes la the City of Plant City It being: exempt amendment or supplement thereto, and
and _en or either of them, by from tht provisions of thla Amendment I shall be for no longer taaa two yean.
county tax officers shah provide foe thetsatibac. 2. The Legislature shall tt the Legislative An appropriation made prior to the
collecting accounting for and Session of 1MT and from tune to adoption of this weeks which are contrary
disbursing, of said taxes and/xrf time taareatt. enact laws specifying the to too provisions of Vtta section,
"I menu U the appropriate municipal powers functaona, duUeji tod aoropeoiaUon shad expire as of July U IMtS
tuthorttles. and for compeniaUaa tot of County; Tax CoUoctor designated ...
such couoly taxlcg otScera for senliee: m Paragraph 1 of Section IX and stall
BERRY FUNERAL rendered Incident thereto. That U any Ukewlst praUa tar the collection are
aucb law respecting the custody. rtporOng- and disbar emeot of
oreeAUo ci any county offices la accepted all tame tsQaotod by toe C unV Tag A JOINT BxsoumoK Propotint la
and ratified at CIa referendum CoDacaatvEoes Amendment to Article Y of the CoiaTuWtuttoa
elecwoa herein provided such law aaa9 et rWMa by Adding Thareto n
become eilacUvo with respect: to tu office AdAKknal ftacUon aMatinf to Out a e-
afiOUd thereby oat the tin Tine- I tloa wt thai Juoa}* of .>. Court of aUoardta
AMBULANCE SERVICE day after the. Cm atouiay la January JOINT ausotmoa: 110. ta and tor Xanambts Cwoaty: Ned tbs .
et loAF Imnmdlately mtanea\r\ the A JOINT auaomnoN Proposing asVCX Couary BoUdter of sold Conntr.BI .
geo.*< rkrtinn lad subsequent to mid Ame dmmt *o ArucaiatltuUoa of tk* Coa. IT EE90LTED BT TEE tlCTSLA.TCHX .
retaeadam election at whlcb elector sarPreswlaiU of fo ,Vats of norida Belatlve OT TEX STAn OF FLORIDA:
at toe foiled State are voted to Aeel mst of Ptocerty aor Tans sad STCTIOH L That Article V of too
PAHOKEE Ph. 2301 BELIE GLADE Ph. for? and tt 4r end law redact** UMMieiunal tbe CoUerOoa of Taxes, by AiitogThenU Ccnrttuttoo of the SUM af Florida be
247 tad enaction at muvJctvaJ AdJtthinal Section so Provide amended by addiav tasmto aa 1 additional
ban and sxammenta. or ottber of teeaa thai ta UM Ooutrty of 11<<7. SUM of section to be knowa ta Section 41 *f
by county tax officers U accepted and Florida the Ceuaty Ta Aasessor shall said Article relating to CM election of
rallCed at toe refereadUB decline U Assess the ricpcn: of tbs County for the the Jo4*. of QM Court .. Record tn and
provided fcaraaw the sense ahaU bwomec&MUv Purpom ol LevrtBf 8t Coonty, School for KacaabU County and Cx County
i oa the rust day ef Jaouarynext and UvalclpU Tvxw Levtod by the SoUcitor of aid county and the same la
su <* fiag auch Rferaodua .Motion. Stain" Coua9.; County School Boa.-fl, hereby agreed to. and ahan be submitted
School Dunce Special Tax School DUtrtcta to the eJcrtora of d* State of Florida
btCTJOt: L Before: any law deacrlNslIn tad UnaiclpaUtiea of fh* County. for ratification or rejection at the General >
the preeocLmg tectiau of tkla Article BE IT SXSOLTO BY TRY: LZGISLArusx : CecUoa to be held tm the first
HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN Wan t* of any force and effort It shall : or THX STAn o> FLORIDA: Tuesday after tae first Monday ta. KsTtmber -
be KXeptod aDd tiMLeA by a majority That the fbUovtc* Amendment to Ar- wa toltow*:
YCf.1 of the qualified elarton of OrangeCm.ty tide Vm of OM Coostltutioa ef the s ECT1 Tbe Judrt of The Court
fjrktt, at I ntcf lHtua> eJetUiab SUto of BlorUa ...a.uthe Am.- of tUcord to end for EacamMa County
be caned lad brie far the purpose meat and CoUeetloft of aa t.... la the and the County SoQcMor of said County
'D' MILK of determiauu whether arch: law aaa County of Bay, Stats of florlda. by adding shall hertaAer b- ejected by the qualified ;
be accepted aDd ratified cr rejected by thereto additional aectioni to U elector of maid county tt ether elate and
the guat fled electors ef raid Count know aa SccUoa It and Sestina 19, be county offidala are elected The fintelectlaa
S And Other Alfar wf@ia mare dare aftar the eOsctiv span be rutmJtUd ID tt Ceetor: of the Record hi and for EncambU County
1 Products I County Cemmtesieoer' aba.n provide for non at the gac ral election to be held shall b* held at the General Elertioa .of'I I
fh* hoUlna of any lid referendum .. .. c &vf TuwOay aner ft* first im, to take otQcs the fled Tue
oa *
... AVAILABLE AT YOUR tea_ma noCcs Ukorsot eha3.-tw..puhiuh n kbmday aTKovesnbae. 144 as 5a>+owa after for t the term lira of Moody four ta Jaanarr.. .:

ieaat four .a.na.tn WMks immediately BBCnOJf 14. ffFrom end after tenure of offlco ( e b.retoofow f

GROCERY AND neat prIce ta hue Cat of each eleeUoa.to 'a&oarry. IMS Ca4 CDont Tax Aaseaaotta or hereafter appointed to either of tie ,-
., a newjpejnr cf grnestU droulatJoa to tU County: of Bay. Lute Of r orltU. office herein B>entlo M4 dWllIot be ea
said County. Except a* bevels ethOTrtaeprtrrtita. IfI.aUell all: yiv a/ for aa State tended hereby. Any vacancy fai attain
the laws of &. State reaReg Ceonty Spool and Municipal taxes M ol AId otficei Whirs occurs prior to anti .
DRUG STORELFA ta CM bdllDX of fcaarml elector ihai be Uvisd la the County by the Etatav fix al Tuesday after The fIrM Monday .
COTCT VM h-Tifii"i of U7 tueboaura ft.... County; Cora;? Scbool Board. Scholl January. 1IO. ahaQ bo tilled by appotg ;
clccdoa. If aay caeav law shall Di. rtcta. pedal TW anion Dirjicu mat by the Governor and eonfirnutlo -
be accepted aDd retina by the majority sad ttualdi>.2Ua, i by the Senate as heretofore provided ef
I of elactota p rtlfitpct>Dg in-, coy sueareferaDduia O TU Le l Jatar shin at &. Le 1aIaOv the CoaeUtattoa, but ta no case for any
eiecOoo. inch law ha be- LeMon in IMt and Horn CSM to longer than until thai tint Tuesday tf.se
acme and be ta full tom rid efXect but ttos ttartavftar, entot Us tpedfrtog Cia 'the first Monday. ta January IMS tad
U at a=j aach election a avajorBy: of the pcrwa. tuMtiooa, AAaaasor coaipeDaaQosi la* term or tenure ef ffie* of apse
lectors pxrUctpatlng toads shall Totegainst e4 County dadgnald ; appointed to either of said offices: for
; the aixsaitanrs) and titiflaaflnai to fangrapA I eC thin Setiioa 14. and tit term beginning in 1M1 shaH ezptraon
I ef guck law a dun b* lid rU sold Was Bkcwlao provide by law for tteazutuooa I aid Crjt Tuesday alter tU fini
: a .. ad fcroe effrrL Tie Nondsr la January.' ISO.t -
of BO aDd otavuttng oa C* sraaomant ron *f the
board of amid Qraty anal: *ss> County Tax lassiaf of alt team lerMdby EzCTipf Any profislua of the '
try the result of ins fn"i rtiant laailectioa fao Oonaty ScfcoolBoard. Coostitatioa ta eanfikt kartwtta to here
I e1 to the Cacretarr tt Ktlm vttUa aVhect tSSSk apedal Tncaool by I>M1a4.
lets daja enter OL hol.rg broaCEOUSXJpCTt DlateMs ud siunHpa'irlsacrcnoat _
Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla.
u. :>)> 1 sca and afia IS TZSTOfOHT WHZEBOF: : I have :
t January U JMs, CjEwaty Tax Codae- tow&to let my band tad affixed too
\Vest Palm Beach Fla. tSSSfXJJLltM WX. B tog aa CM Oootty gflovK*** of-Tor. Grant Sal ef tht state d Florida ttK. j ,I
A JOIST RTSOIgnOM Propoajnt SS Ad.u..* S3 taM laDa4 te tileFkW this Ce 14 i
Amendment to Artieta VXZX of the ConSCtatiaa tie atat*. Ccmly. CoontyBcbool rAlel:_iL d .p4Lnay Cq i iGI&AU
d the State of Morlda Ealatlva '
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