Glades County Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1947
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).
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System ID: UF00028301:00212

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,"OLLME: 'O-\UIBlI: 24 MOOIiF H\\t\ tLOim. RID\.. \. OCTOUhi; 10, 1947 Srn.'C'RIPTIOXPER TK-B
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School Will Reopen : Eleven TB Suspects $100,000 Allotted For

I X-Rayed \WednesdayThe II

On Morning Emergency Repairs
Monday: X-Ray State unit Board was of Health's brought larger here' _

under the direction i
Wednesday morning i
of B. V. Huggins from Jacksonville , I Engineer Control Plans
Nothing Been Done School Faculty Is and daring its brief stay! Lake Level Highest

To Relieve Beach Complete With Music here X-rayed eleven TB suspects J Point Since 1912An Probably Ready By
and Callow-npa from the pictures
Condition Home EC Teachers taken by the -smaller unit several! January 1
official 197 was recordedWednesday
weeks ago. showing possibility ofa
congestion as the level of Lake Senators Claude Pepper and
Mrs. lung
D. c.
the school Gorman chairman said Harry; E. Grant Jr.. a band director i Despite! the dosing of school today Okeechobee, (Okeechovee datum) Spe sard Holland were told by
county -
that "schools win yesterday in Florida schools for the typhoid inoculations will be, which puts the level over that recorded President Truman Wednesday at the

; positively past eleven years and son of Harry conducted as usual by Dr. H. W. In 192 of 15' and establishes White House that 1100,000 would be

1 reopen The Monday morning the E. Grant. Sr. director of the I HolHngsworth. county health officer a mark exceeded: only one time made available immediately for repair
: temporary closing of Bradenton band let the past 23 so far as records are available the projects to relieve flood and
i school was done by the board, Mrs years arrived last week-end and has SI.7 mark of November 1912. hurricane damage In Florida through
i Gorman said
on the promise that
Immediate work would hi done on already began his work as director 1 Engineers still anticipate another the Army; Engineers and pledged
of the Moore Haven school band and eight nine lake from his
i the bridges and the road along CITY COMMISSION or inch raise in the an additional $100,000
i Bare Beach which: would permit the music classes since there has been little falling own emergency fund for ele a-ap
i Mr. Grant came here from Mulberry I off in the intale of flood waters and sanitation expenses ia Florida
echool bus to travel It. even while
t under water and pick up the children ; He is a past supervisor of SETS MILIAGE AT from Kisstamee River and a mark and other states hit by the recent
school bands in Polk County and dose: to !*.3 is anticipated by the 1 hurricane.
i to attend school sessions II'
director at Southern College end of October $3 8.000 la the
was a This leaves only
\ Nothing has been done, ihs said, '
i and it will be Impossible to keep the He resigned from teaching for the 21 MILLS FOR 47 i Two heavy rains fell in the area president emergency; fund but he

t school closed until the water goesJown purpose of entering the retail music I: Saturday and Sunday morning which said he would ask Congress for ad-
store business in Bradenton this adds to the watef necessary to be ditional funds if necessary
f < for that may be several
week year but because of a shortage o! The City Commission at its meeting discharged before any lake fall is Senator Pepper, at a meeting

t The scboots were closed down for I salable goods decided to return to Tuesday. set the mlllage for!II preemptible Both the St. Lncie and called by; the State Cattlemen's

the reminder of the week on Tuesday teaching for a time. He is qualified 1947 at 21 mills and ordered the the Caloosahatchee are discharging Association In Okeechobee Monday,

i after protest from the Bare to teach all instruments as well as clerk to proceed at once with the I at capacity at this time it has been told the 300 cattlemen and farm

: Bc school patrons that the roadwas (Continued on p-ge 8) issuance of tax statements for this! reported. era present at the meeting that he

i unsafe for travel \ truck bad -- year I would confer with the president

il'. gone through one of the bridge approaches : County Board Lets Only six mills of this total will School Board Sets Immediately concerning the alleviation -

I last ahead of the school I affect homeowners and will be a I of the flood conditions. Rep.

bas a day or two before the closing Contract for RepairOf saving in taxes this ;year over past!I Up New Member 1 J. Hardin Peterson also attendedthe

On bus breakdown years in most instances despite a Okeechobe meeting and promised
Monday; evening a Storm DamageThe Districts for CountyThe
prevented the children reachIng raise in assessments on most improved his every; assistanceAs .

their homes until after dark property recently to equalize a prelude t othe Okeechobee

and parents were very anxious about board of county commissioners the tax roll Four mills are being county school board at the meeting the congressional leaders
I their safety since a slight turn off at the regular meeting Monday levied for retirement of bonds and October meeting last Monday set and legislators in attendance were
the watercovered road would contracted with Coleman and Fr r two mills for street improvement up the two new member districts as taken on a tour of the flooded

j plunge the bus into a ditch, of Clewiston to make repairs to th, The other fifteen mills is the operating provided by a law passed by the areas in the vicinity of Okeechobe
courthouse damaged in the recent I fund levy; tor the year; and legislature last spring and will where hundreds of thousands of
It had been asked that some work hurricane. Damage was confined the maximum levy permitted under shortly make recommendations to, acres of grazing land is inundated
be done the to the
on approaches
largely; to the metal cornice and the city charter I i the Governor for appointment of I and great herds of cattle have been
Cove:: bridge to make it safer for
roof eaves The contract price is Last year, and for several years I I the two new members to make it a forced to highways: and ditch embankments -
and that stakes be driven
crossing theedges U.585.00 and was much lower than past, the levy; was 25 mills split I I five-man board I and are facing starvation
to mark
the road
along new
the only other bid received equally between operating fund and The new districts, to be known as .
either that the hyacinths
or D. \ann and City Commissioner bond retirement fund. Retirementof county board resident member districts There was a discussion of the
be removed from about a mile of the
Carr Settle appeared before a considerable portion of the will be numbered as the! overall flood control plan aa mapped r
the lakeshore The
old road along
the board to ask for a portionof bonded indebtedness this year permits county; commissioner districts from by; the V. S. Engineers and f.
make the even
Ins then could trip
track money for a substantial decrease in the 1 to- S with certain deviation to which will cost"approximately$3@ .'
of the road the county
though a, great portion carrying on improvement work in bond assessment. meet the requirements of the new i mllUon,.Jargtly to provide,.aa additional .
is under water. the city'It was explained that the City; Superintendent P. -E. Lundy' taw. Yeltoa Walters U JKn-'tle -opening-or opening,from

p' DarlagiM1*? vacation now levying M much taxes was 'instructed to proceed at once member froth District 1 which coincides the lake to more quickly lower the
-teThera anal and city was
have worked as
material and | with commissioner district 1. and for a.
the lost will be made np as possible and that there was not I with procurement of lake level In emergencies
available to carryon crew for repairing hole in the oiled T. H. Snell Is member from district : system of dikes to keep high water
cither during the term or tacked on enough various money improvements which streets which have become very bad 2 which is commissioner district 4. I off cultivated areas The plan also
at the end since a state law requires the
i demanded and would be since the storm and heavy rains. Mrs D. Gorman is member from cans for flood control work along
for ISO were being
that school continue
I required with city growth. The John C McClenny and Daniel L. district 3 which is commissioner I the Kiasimmee River which nay

days I board promised to take the matter ; Smith, sanitarians for the State district 4. New members to be ap-I mean a diversion channel to there
students from the Lake-
If and Bare Beach section are: (Continued on Page 8) I (Continued on Page 8) (Continued on Page S) I roast for a portion of the Klsslmraee -
I i : flood waters. This plan
marble te attend the attendance : will be ready for submission to

win be greatly depleted since ap- Congress about>> the first of January;
preaiasate4y ow fourth of the student II. Kay Ief eJLls Seine Fishermen!!

body comes from this .section .
P.T. A. To Have

Mrs. Pressley Dies Ed Note--Russell Kay state Charge Of School
Coast Guard AdvisoryOn
No Ordinary FishermanIs columnist whose column appears in
In Ft. Hospital CarnivalAt
Myers Halloween
almost every weekly and most dailies The
Judge. Couse; Prefers of the state Jus consistently

Mrs Dallle Rudd Pressley 59. Alligators To BassOne opposed the efforts to close the St.' New Tropical Storm the first meeting of the Par

Of Fort :Myers. mother of Mrs Preston Johns and Lake Okeechobee to ent-Teacher Association of the

Long of Clewiston and Clison commercial fishing. In. column A United States Coast Guard official school: year held last Friday eight
Moor. Haven, died could depend on a lawyer to before the passage of decided
R Pressley of written just dispatch was received at with a gcod attendance It was
Sunday afternoon in Lee Memorial do things the different way. and the amendment creating the Game Amateur Radio Station Z<4-ISR. that.tbls year the Halloween

Hospital in Fort Myers after a short more often the hard way and that is and Fresh Water Fish Commission Clewiston Florida late this morning carnival would be taken over by the

Illness She had lived in Fort evidenced by the recent fishing experiences -i' he vigorously opposed Its passage as follows: P-T A. with the proceeds to go

Myers for about thirty rears of County Judge J. M. and cited some of the evils of the toward carrying; out a definite year's
Funeral services were held Wed- Couse .1 I I' set-up which we have all seen come "NMA CSCG Miami program. a

cesda afternoon from the Lawrence Attracted, no doubt by stories ofthe to pass) Miami Advisory No I. 10:30 AM H. L Robinson P.-T. A. chair

Powell Funeral Home and interment thousands of bass being hauledin The small tropical storm b centered man, presided at the meeting and

was in the Fort Myers i for a couple of weeks along the I;I It seems that my recent column at UN S4W at 10:16 AM EST gave a splendid talk oa. the alma of

cemetery.Survivors. Lakeport road at the Flaheatlag dealing with the problem of the about 126 miles north of Swan Is the association and its plash tor

include her husband Creek bridges and M tie govern I i commercial fishermen has stirredup land. Highest winds are still about the year

Walter W. Pressley. six daughters. ment drainage culvert Judge a lot of controversy, for since It 30 to 40 MPH near center Heavy Mrs. Tbos. Gaskins, secretary,
Mrs Louis oat at Culvert 5 last Sat- of weeks ago 1 rain squalls cover rather wide area
c Mr. S. E. Headley. Couse was I appeared a couple I gave an Interesting report on the
Mansfield and Mrs Roy J. Whit alt.u urday to test his prowess as a! have received many letters from extending 290 miles to North of district meeting held recently ta i
Mrs. C. E. Atwlllf Little ability was required who approve and Central Area. Indications are tot ;
z of Fort Myers. I I fisherman I readers, some Arcadia and cited the various requirements .
of Annapolis Md, Mrs Roy; I. ,i to snag and lnd bas during others who oppose my view I slow movement la northerly direc- clubs must meet to b*

HackUl of Oneida, N. T. Mrs that period sad it U presumed;i My good friend Roy Child pub- tion with a slow increase ia intensity cited as Blu Ribboa assoclatioa

Thcmas Hart of Pacific Grove, Cat. I that the judge tired of pulling ta; lisher of the Levy County Journal Center should reach vicinityof A program committee was named _
Long of Clewis-I fish and tried for' and In an editorial western northwestern Carribean
and Mrs. Preston the hungry: game of Branson, concurs for the year both to plan programsfor
'i lon three sons. Quinton and Rufus I bigger game, letting his yellowfeather I note preceding the column Sea and Yucatan Channel tonight.,I the meetings and set forth a

of Fort Myers and Clison of Moore i sink quite deep before retrieving ! informed his readers that when a Small craft: la Florida Straits and schedule of alma for the rear.

Haven; a stepmother. Mr*. Ltnnie I it Suddenly the hook: resident of Moor Haven where he around South Florida should remain II The carnival was turned over to .

Rudd of Sopcnoppy, three sisters snagged something which at first I.| was publisher of the Glades Coaa1 in port tonight and Saturday." a committee composed of Horn /J.

Mrs Ralph T. Paramore QII lCy,1f. appeared to be a log but after a 1 ty; Democrat. ho spent much of his Room mother and Mrs. J. A. Lee

Fla.. and Mrs. W. A. Roan and Mrs couple of pulls movement began.: time sports fishing on Lake Okee- Barometric readings from the was elected chairman. This committee ..:
f. Tbeo. Russ of Sopchoppy three After some effort the Judge was i chobee and always found the fishing dorm area and vicinity will be aired met oa Thursday night and !

others. John Cndd of Gainesville able to bring the *f Uh" to the top excellent although the lake was i via the short-wave radio CSCGA Mrs Lee. because of Cl health, resigned .

Emory and Macon Rndd of Sop- and discovered that it was a "ga| fished commercially during that I network late today la aa endeavor! as chairman and Mrs H. C. -

r-"'t thcppy tor." Other nearby; fishermen i time. I to plot the coarse of this breeding Keenan was elected to succeed her. y

___ reeled tn and watched tae battle Further confirmation of my contention disturbance. These will coincide I The first three grade wia base :
interest U fishing has been\ with the arrival of the storm I l ':!I
Bussell Begins Plans with considerable that sports charge of U* sapper, thicken: pilau
I ed for some fifteen or 1&al-I' beaetltted rather than harmed by ia the vicinity of Cuba. Tanner and all the trimmings to be served

To Build Home Here : minutes before the gator commercial tithing in Lake Okeechobe -\ bill, Florida authority; en inch disturbances oa the west aide or the alga school

I the sport and left for the and In the SL Johns River says "most atonal from building Jut outside the sew home

Russell-of Lakeport this'i again taking the plug and a considerable -!I comes la a letter from another October 1 to Oct. IS, have a tendency -i. ecoaomka room at a price of 75 .-
Quentln the two lots owned length of line i' friend Vernon E. Ramsey; of Suffolk -I I to swing eastward upon reaching 1 cents. Th various other grader

,_ week purchased by Mrs. J. C Swlndall at The gator Incidentally; has grown Virginia. Ramsey, who Is in the vicinity of Lat 21, (near:.i will handle the vartoai concessions
previously '
of Avenue K and Second from four-foot length to eight feet the container business and spends Cub..} : such as pony rides, bingo fish pond.
_. the corner Pahokee and Belle I It is that this storm will
in expected A
and will begin const ruction daring a week of repeating the much time .! eta There will .b* DO raffle
'! Street of a three-bedroom home.! story; i, Glad during the vegetable seaxrn.i I be used u a test of the action of I| costume parade will b* bead Lad '
once :
at tarrying Mars states that he baa basa-tished all dry ke precipitation In aa endeavor
__ atari-and a half construction i Judge Cons is also I (Continued on Page t>
: A with upstairs bedreoml.I. from a tussle he had recently the over the state for year and con: to break up a hurricane. This test.I

Is planned U from government h use*' leeks with a seven pound mask.. The siders Lake Okeechobe among the planned for some time win be I
Material twrthased recently In Sebring and judge was fishing from the rock- best fishing grounds to be found tried by; the gaited States Army ricaa la It*-tarty: ':ttaget. to tore _

esterfor will ;be covered-with, rip-rap Just above the Sock% when anywhere. while the su Johns River Air.Corps planes, equipped to spray i suddenheavy rainfall. akb* aims <

tb sbettos-cement* shingles (Qd&tinced on Page I) (Continued on Page 4> dry ke Into the heart of the bar- halt.tb ttona..qs ;'-' aS ,,

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VOLUMEa'MIlfclt 21 )IOOHIlI: .nt'mu.. .%. rUlDVl. OCTOUUl 10. 1947 cnnTio.i5o: : PER- TEAR
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School Will Reopen Eleven TB Suspects I $100,000 Allotted For

I i iOn 1 X.RayedVednesday' .11

Monday Morning The State Board of Health's larger -: Emergency RepairsLake --

X-Ray unit was brought here I

'Wednesday morning under the direction -: -

Nothing Has Been Done School Faculty Is I of B A. Hngglns from Jack-!:i Level Highest Engineer Control Plans
| s6nville and during its brief stay I :

To Relieve Beach i Complete With Music here X-rayed eleven TB suspects 1 Point Since 1912An Probably Ready By

and follow-up* from the pictures''I
Condition Home EC Teachers taken by the 'smaller unit several January 1
weeks ago. showing possibility ota official 19.7 was recorded

Mrs D. C. Gorman chairman of lung congestion I Wednesday as the level of Lake Senators Claude Pepper and
the school Harry E. Grant. Jr., a band di- Despite the closing of school to- Okeechobee (Okeechobee datum) Spessard Holland were told by
county board said
1 terday thatschools will positively yes- rector in Florida schools for the day typhoid inoculations will be! which puts the level over that recorded President Truman Wednesday at the

i past eleven years and son of Harry conducted as usual by Dr. H. W. in 192 of 19 6 and establishes White House that $$100,6 would be

; morning.'be of the E. Grant Sr.. director of the Hollingsworth county health officer a mark exceeded only one time made available Immediately for re-
Bradenton band for the pat 23 so far as records are available the and
school done pair projects to relieve flood
was by the board Mrs
years arrived last week-end and has 21.7 mark of November 1912. hurricane damage in Florida throughthe
Gorman said, on the promise that
already began his work as directorof another and pledgedan
Immediate Engineers still anticipate Army Engineers
work would be done
the on the Moore Haven school band and eight or nine inch raise In the lake additional $100,000 from hit
bridges and the road along CITY COMMISSIONSETS I
music classes since there has been
Bar Beach which would permit the little falling own emergency fund for clean-up
school bus to travel It. even while Mr. Grant came here from Mulberry off in the Intake of flood waters and sanitation expenses in Florida

under water. and pkk up the chil- lie is a past supervisor of MlltAGE AT from Kissimmee River and a mark and other states hit by the recent
dren to attend school sessions school bands in Polk County and close to 20 S is anticipated! by the hurricane.

been was a director at Southern CollegeHe end of October. This leavess only 136,900 in thepresident'
Nothing has done she said
and it will be impossible to keep the resigned from teaching for the 21 MILLS FOR 47The Two heavy rains fell in the area emergency fund bat .he I

school closed until the water goes : purpose of entering the retail mu- Saturday and Sunday morning which said he would ask Congress for additional
down for that may be several sic store business ,in Bradenton this adds to the water necessary to be funds if necessary.
; week | year but because of a shortage ot City Commission. at Us meetIng discharged before any lake fall is Senator Pepper. at a meeting

: The school were closed down for I salable goods decided to return to Tuesday set the millage for preceptible. Both the St. Lucte and called by the State Cattlemen'

i the reminder of the week on Tuesday teaching for a time. He is Qualified 1947 at 21 mills and ordered the the Caloosahatchee are dischargingat Association in Okeechobee Mondaytold

after protect from the BareReach I to teach all instruments as well as clerk to proceed at once with the capacity at this time it has been the 300 cattlemen and 'farmers

school patrons that the road (Continued on Pige 8) issuance of tax statements for this reported. present at the meeting that he

: was unsafe for travel A truck had -- year. would confer with the president

1 gone through one of the bridge approaches County Board Lets Only six mills ot this total will School Board Sets Immediately concerning the alleviation
affect homeowners and will be a of the flood conditions. Rep.J. .
; jest ahead of the school
i bus a day or two before the closing Contract for RepairOf saving in taxes this year over past Up New Member Hardin Peterson also attendedthe

On bus break years in most instances despite a Okeechobee meeting and promised
Monday evening a Storm DamageThe Districts for CountyThe
1 down prevented the children reach- raise In assessments on most Improved ] his every assistance

I# log their homes until after dark I property recently to equalizethe As a prelude t otbe Okeechobee

I and parents were very anxious about board of county commissioners tax roll Four mills are beinglevied county school board at the meeting the congressional leaders

i f their safety since a slight turn off at the regular meeting Monday for retirement of bonds and I October meeting last Monday set and legislators in attendance were

the watercovered road would contracted with Coleman and Fry two mills for street Improvement up the two new member districts as taken on a tour of the flooded

plunge the bus into a ditch. of Clewiston to make repairs to the The other fifteen mills is the oper-i provided by a law passed by the areas ia the vicinity of Okeechobee
work' courthouse damaged in the recent ating fund levy for the year and I legislature last spring and will where hundreds of thousand. of
It had been asked that
hurricane. Damage was confined the maximum levy permitted under I shortly make recommendations acres of grazing land Is inundated
be done the approaches to the
on largely to the metal cornice and the city charter. I the Governor for appointment of and great herds of cattle have been
make it safer for
Cove bridge to
roof eaves. The contract price is Last year, and for several years, the two new members to make it a forced to highways and ditch embankments
be driven
crossing and that stakes
U.585.00 and was much lower than past, the levy was 25 mills split five-man board. and are facing starvation
along the road to mark
the only other bid received equally between operating fund and The new districts, to be known as .
edges or either that the hyacinth
Mayor F. D. Yaun and City Commissioner bond retirement fund. Retirementof county board resident member districts There was a discussion of the
be removed from.about a mile of the
Carr Settle appeared be- a considerable portion of the will be numbered as the overall flood control plan u map ,
old road along the lakeshore. The
bus then COB Id make the trip even fore the board to ask for a portion bonded indebtedness this year per- county commissioner districts from ped py the U. S. Engineers and r
in the 1 to i with certain deviation to
track for mits a substantial decrease which will cost'approximately
of the county race money '
of the road '
though a great portion
carrying on improvement work in bond assessment meet the requirements of the new .mllUoa..lll.ly provide aa ad (
is under water.DurJtHtfa explained that the 'City Saperlnteacent P. E. Lundy law VeltonWalters is now the ditionalNopening 'or opening. from -
t2 vacation the Hty-- It was
f teachers :have*worked* ys.-day as usual and city was now levying M much taxes wasnim1lttec1 to proceed at once member from District 1 which coincides the lake to more quickly lower the

the days lost will be made up as possible and that there was not, with procurement of material and with commissioner district 1; lake level la emergencies and for A
I enough money available to carryon crew lot repairing holes in the oiled T. II Snell is member from districtS system of dikes to keep high water
cither the term or tacked on
during improvements which streets which have become very bad which is commissioner district t; off cultivated areas. The plaa also
at the end since a state law requires the
.1 being demanded and would be since the storm and heavy rains. Mrs D. C Gorman Is member from calls for flood control work along
that school continue for 180 were
; required with city growth. The John C. McClenny and Daniel L. district 3 which is commissioner the Kissimmee Hirer which. may

I days.If. the students from tb,' Lake-I board promised to take the matter Smith, sanitarians for the State district New members to be ape mean a diversion channel to 'ths,
(Continued on Page SINo (Continued on Page 8) (Continued oa Page S) coast for a portion of the Kisaimmee
i port and Bare Beach section are I
flood waters. This plan
unable to attend the attendanceWill
' will be ready for submission to
be depleted since approximately 1
Congress about the first of January.
one fourth of the student Kay Dcfciitls Seine Fishermen

body comes from this _section .
P.T. A. To Have
Mrs. Pressley Dies i tEd :\ote-R-;;; Kay. state! Charge Of School
Coast Guard Advisory I
Ordinary Fisherman column in
j columnist whose appears
In Ft. Myers Hospital Halloween Carnival
3 almost every weekly and most dail- On The
Is Judge. Couse Prefers
; ies of the state .has consistently I

Mrs. Dallie Rudd Pressley. 59 Alligators To BassOne opposed the efforts to close the :;t. New Tropical. StormA i At the first meeting of the Par.
of Fort Myers mother of Mrs Preston Johns and Lake Okeechobee: to i ent-Teacher Association of the

Long of ClewUton and Chaos commercial fishing In a column United States Coast Guard of- i school year held last Friday night
of Moore Haven died could depend on a lawyer to before the passage of decided .
It. Pressley written just ficial dispatch was received at with a good attendance, it was
in Lee Memorial do things the different way and creating the Game
t Sunday afternoon the amendment Amateur Radio Station W4ISR.Clewiston that.tbis year the Halloweetcarnival
)Myers after a short' more often the hard way and that is Water Fish Commission
Hospital in Fort and Fresh Florida, late this mornIng | would be taken over by the
had lived in Fort evidenced by the recent fishing ex- opposed its passage
illness She he vigorously as fallowsNMA : P.-T. A. with the proceeds to (0
Myers for about thirty years periences of County Judge J. M. and cited sonie of the evil of the I toward carrying out a definite leal''*
Funeral services were held Wednesday Couse. I set-up which we have all seen come t'SCC Miami program

afternoon from the Lawrence Attracted, no doubt by stories of to pass.) Miami Advisory No. I. 10'30 AM: H. I. Robinson P.-T. A. chair

Powell Funeral Home and interment the thousands of bass being hauled The small tropical storm Is cen- man presided at the meeting and

was in the Fort Myers Is for a couple of weeks along the I It seems th--recent column tered at UN 84W at 10:15 AM EST gave a splendid talk on. the aims-ot

cemetery. Lakeport road at the Fisheatlng dealing with the problem of the about 120 miles north of Swan Island the association aDd Its plans for

Survivors include her husband. Creek bridges and at the government commercial fishermen has stirredup Highest winds are stilt about the year.

-- Walter W. Pressley; six daughters drainage culverts. Judge I I a lot of coatreversy. for since it 30 to 40 MPH near center. Heavyrain Mrs. Thos Gaakins, secretary,

t Mrs. 8 E. Headley. Mrs. Louis Couse was out at Culvert 6 last Sat-; appeared a couple of weeks ago I squalls cover rather wide area gave an Interesting report oa the

Hartstleld and Mrs Roy J. Whitak- urday to test his prowess as a I have received many letters from extending 200 miles to North Of district' 'meeting held recently in i

%r of Fort Myers Mrs C. E. Atwill fisherman. Little ability was required I readers some who approve and Central Area. Indications are tot Arcadia sad cited the various requirement -

of Annapolis, Md, Mrs Roy 1'1 I to snag and land bass dur-, others who oppose my view slow movement in northerly direction dubs mast meet to be

Haskill of Oneida. N. Y.. )frl'l ing that period and It is presumed i My good friend Roy Child, publisher with a slow increase In Intensity cited as Blue Ribbon associations.

e 'Thomas Hart of Pacific Grove that the Judge tired of pulling in' of the Levy County Journal: Center should reach vicinity A program committee was named

',:. and Mrs. Preston Long of Clewlston. -j I I the hungry game fish and tried for! of Bronson, concurs, and In an editorial of western northwestern Carribean for the year both to plan program

s ; three sons. Quinton and Rufus I bigger game letting his yellow I note preceding the column Sea and Yucatan Channel tonight for the meetings and set forth a

ot Fort Mjers and Clison of Moore' feather sink quite deep before retrieving i informed his readers that when aresident Small craft ta Florida Straits and schedule: of aim for the rear.

Haven; a stepmother Mrs. Linnle I, It. Suddenly the book of Moore Haven where he around South Florida should remain The carnival was turned over toa

Rudd of Sopchoppy; three sisters,,! snagged something which at first was publisher of the Glades Coun- In port tonight aad Saturday." committee composed of HomeRoom

Mrs. Ralph T. Paramore. Qulncy 'appeared to be a log bat after a I 1 ty Democrat. h. spent much of his mothers and Mrs. J. A. Lee

It Fla., and Mrs. W. A. ttoan and Mrs couple of pulls, movement began I time sports fishing on Lake Okee- Barometric readings from the was elected chairman. This committee

Theo. Russ of Sopchoppy. three After some effort the Judge was t 1 chobee and always found the fishing storm area and vicinity will be aired met oa Thursday night and

brothers. John Rudd of Gainesville. able to bring the "fish" to the top! excellent although the lake was via the short-wave radio USCGA.., Mrs Lee because of 10 health resigned

Emory and Macon Dodd of Sop- and discovered that it was a "ga I fished commercially during that network late today la .a eadeavoi t u chairman anA Mrs, H. C.
Other nearby fishermen to plot the coarse of this breed-'
t cboppy tor. !time. .I 1 Keenan wu elected to laeceed her.
reeled In and watched the. battle I Further confirmation ot my contention lag disturbance. These will coincide The first three trades win have : i
considerable Interest it : has been\ with the arrival of the storm i
Bussell Begins Plans with that sports charge of the upper, chicken plln
I ed for some fifteen or IUt-I' benefit ted rather than harmed b11 la the vicinity of Cuba Tanntr- and all the trimmings to be served -,

To Build Home Here minutes before the gator I commercial fishing in Lake Okee hilt Florida authority oa inch dic-j on the west side of the alga school -

the sport and left for the chobee and la the St. Johns River turb&nee says "most storms from building Jut oaulde the new home

Bussed-of Lakeport this', again taking the plug and a considerable comes In a letter from another : October 1 to Oct. 15, have a tendency -!! economies room ,at a price of TS -
Quentin owned length of line. friend Vernon E. Ramsey of Suffolk ': to swing eastward upon reaching The various other grades
the two cents.
week purchased by Mrs J. C. Swindall at The gator incidentally has grown,: Virginia. Ramsey who Is In I'I the vicinity of Lat 21, (near I II will handle the various concessionssuch .,

previously of Avenue K and Second from four-foot length to eight feet the container business and spends Cuba.) i i as pony rides bingo", fish -))Ou4.etc. _

the corner and will begin constructionat daring a week of repeating the much time In Pahokee and Belle I It la expected that this storm will I There will .be ao raffles. A

Street of a three-bedroom home. story. Glad daring the vegetable season.I be used M a test of the action of costume parade will :be held and

once and a hilt construction Judge Cons is also carrying scars states that he has bass-fished all dry Ice precipitation ia an endeavor I' (Continued oa Page 4) _;

A story with upstairs bedrooms.j from a tussle he- had recently at the over toe state for years and considers to break up a hurricane. This test I'

Is planned Is from government house,f locks with a .en-poa.ud s&ook. The Lake Okeechobee among the planned for some time, win'be i

Material recently la Searing mud judge was fishing from the rock- best tithing grounds to be found tried by .the United States Army!i ricane Ia Its r1y".ta&et.J10TH
u- exterior will be covered with 1 rip-rap just above the letks when anywhere. while the St. Johns River. Air Corp* slues, equipped to spray'I sudden hearraiafan which may
the asto-cment. shlnrles- (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on Page 4) dry ice Into the heart of-the aar- I halt the storm. =,*- "=a;;?-' ;


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; !! IN WASHINGTON i .Philllpr i iI Optimist-Aaaaaah, morning. I "Last night,dear," said the wifeto

t. ; i i I'fi I I I Pessimist-Ooooooh, mornmg.!: you her generously husband gave"I dreamed me a $20 that bit

: J There Is No Disappointment j I II Began Early .Jo buy: myself a new dress. Now,
... .
Rel* 4 by Western Newspaper Uulo* Passing till Buck w..o..
; r Like Home I Jirry-Wky d+ yon.lf* you wouldn't want to do anything

1 t. I I SEEMS that everyone Is I tn pin tomttbing on yon.Wtry to spoil my nice dream, would
No More Aid to Socialism
IT at Veterans' administration, flooded ..,Mj motbtr stems ttubnltfft ?"
the finger everyone you
J j WHAT will the 224 billions oi pointing to with complaints from G.I.s, has o btbj. "Of course I wouldn't darling
in attempt
else an
American dollars which we are bet j come out with a blast at the high
II he said. "You keep that
for the just
j ing asked to provide. be used for by : find the great to blame defective inferior Cheap Skate

II the nations of Western Europe 1! inflationary spiral of prices. shoddily builtf homes cold to them Wifey-Am I as dear to you now twenty-

t I Every pressure group has its own I and which already have begun to as I was ten years ago when you
I believe a majority of the American -.
The science of archeology it
I theory. Your Home Town Reporter unravel and come apart at the married me?
; people are willing to assist in "' will not attempt to fix the blame seams. "Already" says the administration Hubby-can't tefl. I didn't keep proving that yon can't keep a goodman
the those J
physical rebuilding war-
I g torn nations, both friend and foe, i except to declare that it can be I "as a result of failure to account of expenses then. down.
t t I attributed to greed and the inclination follow blue prints and specifications
to their under domination
: t prevent coming --
, to charge every last penny the I material and
t of totalitarian Communistic I and the use of shoddy
t Russia. The American people I traffic win bear to roll up unconscionable : poor workmanship many have How to Write Letters

r would help in rebuilding and re- profits. shown structural weakness impossible For Occasion WhykCKSaNpye!
, ; equiping Western European factories Your Home Town Reporter will to be cured." Every

, : ; railroads and other utilities, lay however that the opportunityto I
; farms, homes and other things necessary boost prices out This d1seonry- t plenty of these
to put the people of those of all reason was G.L houses were built for glider LETTER Best Know

nations on their feet so they again: provided by those service In the first stiff wind comesa I 1

may support themselves.I who insisted little late. People who watched RITINQINTT HOME REMEDY TO RJOim
I worked for and de- I them go op knew the truth long ago. '

do not believe any large manded elimination i To them it often looked as if the *

t number of the American people of price controls worker were uncertain whether Colds COUCm

are willing to contribute financially e last year before the they were building a home a box-

I to promotion of the theories country was properly kite or a turkey ran. 0 7 DISTRESS
and policies of a political p ready for elimination -e- I re

I party, as we did to the extent I of these con In too many cases the timbers special Only Ticks peDeuau VapoRub-sumvlaunc gives you ttts s

s of some four billion dollars ia trols. Those to would have been inadequate for rab action when you nib tt on throat,
t, the case of England. To a large blame for kicking bit coops and some of the roofers I chest and back at bedtime

I extent our money. directly or OPA out the win- seemed to feel they were either re- n rturnuns to tipper bronchial

I indirectly went to finance experiments I I dow include farmers, workers pairing a net or demonstrating a I tuba with special mentdnal vapors
in National Socialism ranchers and all who backed the Re- new type of cross ventilation at snrauits chest and back surface
not to rebuild and reequipEngland's publican leadership in congress chimney levels. like a warming poultice. And it
i, factories.If aided and abetted by southern Democrat . I j "Thank You" Notes k ps working forhourseyen fiCKP

.: :! who voted to liquidate OPA. Yes we know it was not easy to j HOLIDAYS ahead mean gifts while you sieeplchange ) V y.a i 0 R U as
; the people of France, England get good lumber and that there were i thank
I i If ever a man had a right to gifts mean you
f or any other Western European nation -, come forth with a good lusty" other shortages, but the big shortagewas I notes, written promptly and sin-
want to play with National Socialism too often in those old-fashioned '
i told so," it is embattled cerely. For a personal touch men-
that is their privilege, but I virtues Pride and i
I Chester Bowles former OPA : of workmanship tion the article received and how
I the American people will not again f boss. Everything Bowles said a determination to do any Job right. you will use it.
I provide the money to finance such .
; .
h would happen has happened: and e
experiments. The war heroes are not the only For iMUnce. "That tovste ?blous Is
Congress should, and I believe I Senator victims. Plenty of others who have perfect .ate my new rait Hew did you
will tie such strings to any appropriation chieftains predicted would happen tried to build a house in the last few : ever guess I wanted It," .
with business
Sample thaBk-you note sloes
I made to aid Western Eu- has not happened. years can testify to the "anythlnt- leCtsn. Vnre: fetters and many others
ropean rehabilitation as will preventany a goes" technique, the "never use two are tnctoded in our Reader Service book.

American money being used : nails when one will hold the board in let No. 27 _
for 0 to WnULetlcrt
Send 23 cents in coin
1..1 directly or indirectly for any experiment Wh,. tin toLimmstt tnd cartoon i place six months" mood and the For AH Occasions" to Weekly e
in government or political Isis for mttrofioltU tu/sppri tnd I great increase in the ranks of home Newspaper Serrtre. 2U wed crib street R
New lark 11. New Terfc. Print name address
torn Rtpublutn ttnttort tnd ton
theories. builders who cut confuse
party corners with tone booklet btl. and No. 27.
d tltrt tbtt sndtbt
I grtamtn ftrmtrt
blueprints with strip cartoons and
Whatever aid provide i I firm pnct imp port program *rt : ------ --- --- CALOXfor
we !
I for rehabilitation may of Western ,! to blame for bilk food pries, goer think anything is a door that has a to
Uomt Toms Reporter is inehntd to knob on It.
European countries we should : . 6 Ways to Comfort
: "'if.'bI cadge for cbs firmprut the itoua
:. t write off as a gift and net fool I npport program it mot to bUmt i "There is no place like home" is uith effect
> ourselves by considering it a I for bigb food pv c,.. titter do utbtlttt I still being sung, but the implications : skilfully medlailed on your smile

loan. We know from experience : 't that the food export program are different and a note of gratitude
it will not be repaid, any moreS ba bd tn important roll t* high : creeps into it. t Resinol Effirimt Cal n tnrkt tarn save

: l' t than were the loans made during food price fllhoMfb it may bare i, S a ,1 Helps rcmov fclo..bria j out
bid t tligbt ;./fwll&" I See how efficiently this soothing,
and following World War I. CAN YOU REMEMBER all the MtoraJ lane of roar
I used ointment _,
widely reUer the ama.
They were accepted as loans 1, Away kick ubtn all sun trtrt ItttltttlucUnt
itching,smarting irritation of 2 A ipcas?lisredicnt 1. Calla
but alien became doe to striktfAmerica's
i Farm Support Exonerated 1-Dry Eczema encourages rrgabrmausge...
f all, with exception of little Finland e e Common wbiehhas.tooieefeaoatie.a
s repudiated. That was true Here are the facts. Since the first Real Ruler 3-Simple Pile Rashes ...helps ?sakes then era sad

of France, England, Germany : full :year of the price support program 4Chafn95Mina rosT.ToaCitox ap roar amilcwidtI
ft John
Gunther Justly blitzing !
and Belgium. We made definite in 1942, with the exception of i Bums6Purples
r skim milk and I James W. Gerard's statement that ..rH ,. atcw.. s.i. .
loans to those nations. They potatoes dry eggs (edIfNII,CI&IIeIf) J- dwiq
Morgan partners run the U. S., lists 113 -i Mo..grkt ds.dcf
farm has cost the teas
price support government Bsy today trssi ( .
were accepted as such. They say fraatt.UH -
64 men who do andhe puts the
: little. Here's ,
were better able to pay then very why: I
President of the country on top and i iI
than they are now. or will be Only when prices of farm I includes Senator Vandenberg, John i -

for many years in the future. products fall below 90 per cent L. Lewis, Bill Green, Philip MurI

They repudiated. We could not of parity is the farm price sup- ray the Rockefellers, etc. It is a I

collect. We will never collect port program invoked and since : convincing list of men whose influence I f b ii

v for anything we may advanceat 1943 prices of most all produce over our lives is terrific. But ,
this time. There is no reason has been above this figure due Gunther overlooks others who also

for oar carrying such an account to the natural laws of supply have a powerful influence. We

as an asset for it never and demand. would add:
would be paid.
For instance when September 1-Fibber McGee and Mollie

Our aid in rehabilitation of Western : wheat in Chicago_ is quoted at $180 t-Burns and Allen

Europe is not entirely unselfish. I I a bushel the priceto 3-Break the Bank

Such rehabilitation has a definite the farmer on g w f-Flicka
the farm is only w S-Lassie i
value to us. Without our aid they il I Q ._ ._ ;
l most certainly will fan under the i iI ; 210. That price t) I
I domination of totalitarian Communistic would have to drop g Hourd Hmfbtl ba prodnttd TbtOuting" I
Russia. Their and i down to $U3 before a but tads get tt ., tbi ." I
1 resources i I it would cost e ty The crisis item to bold ttut if it bad btt 1
s J manpower will be controlled by ibon-n awe mouths ado Brttrtttr ttomld
Russia. Such a condition would the government = rt, 11.., 11'0" I ;
anything in support .
f i give Russia a war potential we .
_j could not meet. It would corstitute prices. Cora is On one of those radio prize programs

I a grave threat to this country and I' quoted in Chicago the other day a woman,
to the world. It would mean a ful- \ at $2.65 per bushel. asked what she would like more IIfldllfflttttiH1i1IjTiithicore

fillment of that Russian dream of a I Price to the farmer than anything in the world if she

Communistic world, and the end of is $2.19 and 90 per won replied, "To swim out beyond as Reap .
M* Off.Xbrt
our American free enterprise. cent of parity is approximately the breakers." "Why7" asked the 2
I Jl51So corn would have to dropto ...." maw ltttuec 4oo
: e eI master of ceremonies. "Every time
it would cost the .bsctiee. -
$1.51 before gov r
husband takes to the beachhe
my me
i J I INFLATION HELPS DEBTORS ernment. Hogs are quoted at $29.75. i goes out beyond the breakersand f a fin tat nee a ytarflitsaltjja
is about $24.40 to the farmer
I THOSE who are in debt a.e the I which I keeps yelling for me to try it *lal iM
of is $15.60.
who profit from inflation and 90 per cent parity I It's been for 25 I" *t
I only ones can going on years tr.f .Du..fc** rV*
I the line all foods. I II
from cheap money The Unit- And so on down. on she replied wowing the audience. aemal .ky* M tin* dnft.tis .
a I .
ed States government as the greatest I ..... lIlY .... tf ...
debtor in th4 nation stands to &'.,,14 of ottrproJnetion of totstott i iI .
profit most from the inflation we so I lot JUT, tbt gortrnmtnt tnvoktd tbt I II Margaret Truman has been
greatly fear. The government has pritt rapport tt i-r, tod to tbt govirwmfmi. I rinD a union card as a singer a ]-.taautk aagafae fact

4 promised to pay some 260 billion \ It *lio bolbt Imuttd tpplyI She now has a paid up voice la P'tar II celt...fila"" ttadip.
tggt tad dry ... Tbrrt u no prut good standing. There Is not In
dollars to those who hold its bonds. I\ but.i ,n....Is'" ...,
'!: In that promise there is no sn@ciftcabon i I tmpport on . fact, aa open-shop note ia her IIGIIIH, rqdea II

'.' as to the value of the dollars system. .. ... ---.

::-" the creditor is to receive Runaway I Stockpiles Dscline e .

'i inflation could make our dollars As for of farm produce,
export Start a Fire But
The Albany N. Y. Farmer Once a Year! a
practically valueless but they still during the war years exports were I .

i : would be dollars. The government heavier than in either 1946 or 1947. Gov. Tom Dewey says his corn If you want modern beat for your home. It "sa.cewaw
off its bonded indebtedness I has been terrible failure I Ton want healthful. dean.,. IOW.M.* beat. i
:' could pay It is true we are exporting mOte crop a . t
with 260 billion of such valueless wheat, but for the first six months of Things will be better when all the get million a WARM aD MORNING Heater. More -a
; 1I8e...that
dollars. For those who own 1947 we exported about 40 per cent campaign speeches get into i, tn,. I WARM MORNING bespeaks Heaters its beating mental .

bonds there is no way to hedge. i of the amount used in this country. Was the corn deaf to his plea of 1W.1tun. Haidware, Appliance are, oSdby Lomberaal leading

Selling them now would not help as la other words, we did not cut "Lend me your ears* '" :I Coal Merchants throughout' the Nuttica. '
received now would -
the dollars
en domestic consumption and
have if... had runaway inflation, i exports were Mt of ear surplus Tom say he has been forced to SPECIAL OfTBt-SBUil Home PLAN BOOK

= no greater value then than the dol'I' er carry-over stockpile. cell off more cow than uauaL Oh. Jort ...WI bfc.cclorfull6.psg,
lar of that time. The best gamble well in days like these "no moo is book of Small Howe Fisna
would be to hold at. it the government I Ordinarily this country keeps a good moos." .beautitul Lomee Twelve ->
does not call the bonds until wheat stockpile of about 250 million . aIIJ-bowa atcbitaet deeiC'II by a stand -
I Ii Floor
value of the dollar comes back bushels and last year our stockpilewas Wvatioaa. Bta

fcbe it will iD time Big corporations only 83 million. The only possible Shares in a dog track havebeen aaa fOIL A 60c print book foe at
from inflation by pay- effect on higher prices was on put on the New York stock s..s CII 7 I6c.
can, profit the bonded Indebtedness stock feed made from wheat. We exported exchange. A fellow tried to get squatter now f.Jour copy!
., :mi cfceap doBaw. That may be only U per cent of our meat us to go after rant by using an ..... LOCKE STOVE jlCane ANY

<: :. 'the with reason for paying labor mon production, yet meat prices soared electric rabbit. .. 114..ua at. .e4...... 1+W.U
A3 cent.
much argument oer
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Truman Plans Food Conservation; 1 f Jack Carson the radio star
r If you want the low-down \ Remember an those potatoes tha
*as recalling some very exiting
k on the umbrella the government had so much troubl

f Just ask the man who situation low I U. N. Takes on Difficult Agenda; with surplus last of spring spuds?, Up the to department its ears in o i I !..; sin ishing friends.adventures"My muscles to a number of sinewy of

'" one.A burned buried J steel were more than a matcb

- t't shown"seentie"in Switzerland.film has been Taft Hits Labor Trouble in West abandoned agriculture them finally beset all alone tin o t for the denizens of the deep" be

Doubt line by a good deal of wrathful critJ boastfully admitted. "Finally aft.
less a best smeller. cism. I er a three-hour struggle exhaust

: ;- When a girl is dying for a Released IIJ WNU Feature the still i td but triumphant, I landed the
kiss ORDSTO: a KOTEs W... talraa are .i,....*. .. Mesa .. ._.. .( Currently government I "
they taw
j 'tis are ferocious monster.
only gallant to reader I ._ A.w.aaa.r t:..'. .... aaalritt ... ... .......rU' *f tata ....'a>tr.) buying potatoes under the price I
i :. first aid. support law and still is "Ferocious monster, me eye"

J; Handy thing, an encyclopedia FOOD PLANS: Fasts for Funds what In the world to do WODdenn.// meered his nephew TugwelL

1 it knows-and yon them. "Why I saw a picture of the fish

J needn't. ConservationIt So far in 1947, 11,460,000 bushel I'' rou caught. At most it might have

! Nobody ever succeeded in wasn't hard for President Truman have been purchased at a cost o I been six or seven inches long."

1 reforming a spoiled egg. to figure out: Europe is in des- $12.273,000. They are being dispose<< :; "AIl right, all right," conceded

Revised quotation-There's perate need of food from the U S.. of m these various ways: I Carson. "But in three hours of

I a sucker born every minute but the U. S. will leave itself wide Gifts to schools, hospitals ant I Sghtmg a fish can lose an awful

J and two bookies to take him. open for even greater price spiral- similar institutions; sold to malu tot of weight.-
ling if it boosts its exports much industrial alcohol; sold for export 1

i __ II'II'I higher. sold for dehydration; sold for flour ;

The answer,he told a special press sold to make starch. !

I COLDSi conference, is food conservation by 1 a Losses, including those destroyed : CLASSIFIED
all Americans. It is not a matter of last spring, amounted to 643,001 :
eating any less, he said but of bushels. There is a superabundance DEPARTMENT
UQUID MEDICINE IS BETTER wasting less. of 1,761,000 bushels still in storage i ,
Got faMamrf.. MM af Cud .....rie. .-. iU In line with that, he announced 9
i *.......t Mfa*l% W C*ritfarahM io MM U 1 the setting up of a citizens food com- Potato support prices average oir ; INSTRUCTION
LIQUID to maintain a retail price level a i Maataata "...... Rapid ere IS Seems

666 COLD c11oo.UlUlATION Mate_.. swc mittee program to develop in the a nation.food conservation Charles about 5 cents a pound. : = First and.:.lost-:aatenaeat$0::..let ci sad bookkss bal..ece .
wakes profit
I' Luckman of Cambridge, Mass., pres- NAZI GOLD: I ahHla. Ear" Ie..... CCIITKIie4 or
ident of Lever Brothers, was named ppreved with..trm completed.Witt Coot for very parttcoUra.M. rcaoaavibfc .
president. Shares OfferedThe U KNOVtE. B.. II*. i.Wr, r+mma.

I Regarding Europe, Mr. Truman I'
U. S. has listen
laid the food and fuel situation there treasury no : MISCELLANEOUS
tints of redistributing its Fort Knot
is too critical to allow time for detailed I ATIFRITTERS.. ARTISTS. GREAT.
1j The Rev. G. A. Gaines of Con- gold to destitute European countries i EST BCT-id* DeW letterhead W*... famous
study. Thus, apparently in
an Matt 6ritnrr. MaO Bl. FEDERALPCB.
emergency frame of mind, the President yers, Ga., vowed to go on a fast but there is no objection U .co..Hi Well SU .A.'tl*.11,Cat.
called together congressional until be obtained the $9,000 necessary passing out the gold stolen by Hitler's I
leaders to discuss to finance the haven for armies during the war.
I that could be taken immediately possible steps to homeless children that be is de- And that is precisely what is going I * * * * * *

aid the termined to establish. to be done to help tide Europe ores
starving continentIf
I' Buy U. S. Saving Bonds!
its economic crisis until the Mar.
v-7If possible, he said, he would not
call a special session of congress HARD TIME: shall plan can take hold. I * * * * * *

If stop-gap aid for Europe couldbe Tour About 165 million dollars, half ot I
pushed through without resorting Toft's the total amount looted by the

to that step.Americans Way out west where pickets are Nazis, will be passed around. I

AC "5-Star QiuUy* Oil rater could start preparingor pickets and carry insinuating signsto France and Italy are due for the t Bow Sluggish Folks
Element jive doU fltru- I ( a heavy barrage of food conservation prove it, Sen. Robert Taft of labor largest shares, while other claim-
you propaganda. law fame was finding! the going a ants are Albania Austria, Belgium, I i
lion first, Get RelfefWHEN
through cottonfiberssecond
I little rugged on his political Junket. Czechoslovakia Greece. Luxembourg Happy
through the acid- ELEANOR: But in Seattle, labor stronghold of Netherlands. Poland and
proof jlaM cloth Collector Tub the Pacific Northwest he was treat- Yugoslavia. |Ii

Trap, which I An Old Note ed to new heights of heckling. Physi- Meanwhile, Acting Secretary c4 i

cant rot and F p i "Dear Sumner This Eisler cal pain was the senator's lot, too, State Robert Lovett reported that

thus allow pollution w r f i ease seems a hard nut to crack. when a jittery chauffeur, unnerved top administration officials have

ol the oil ; O What do yon suggest Sincerely, by milling demonstrators, slammeda been "fully mobilized" to deal swiftly "
AB exclusive | E. R." car door on his band. with the 18-nation Paris confer ,

AC feature. d fir That Sumner Welles former undersecretary The labor element was, in short, i ence's appeal for 22.44 billion dol
4 v of state, told the house downright inhospitable. Massed lars in aid over the next four :years.
committee on un-American activi- pickets booed Taft enthusiasticallyas I
IOK WBftETOa SEE IBSSlCH ties, was a note be received from he entered Seattle's Eagle audi- i AVIATION FUEL:

Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt in 1939 when torium to deliver his address. Inside
the then first lady was interested in the auditorium there were more Shortage Worse I CO ST ATIOW Rtakw yea 1.4Dr.

obtaining an open hearing on the boos, mingled with Republican I That old bugaboo of the armed poak port,ta we th fickcu tut*, M* *-..

passport application of one Hanns cheers. services-aviation fuel shortage tako OUnlT*tin_=
Sure helps you Eisler Austrian refugee from Hither "Eat less," cried some of his voct- cropping up again more nastily than to quickly..l 6e bigger*a Ur y...
ferious critics in the audience. I ever CoL G. H. Vogel of the army- a.a.a4 .adf, fom M fcdM cad
The note, an almost forgotten board has indicated. J cttppor
memento Undaunted Taft made his speech: navy petroleum < rfal in-
shake off i COLDS of the prewar era, was hailed *We are proud of our Republican ,I He said that it "looks almost inv M Unirro tootns**ta footf.U 8yraPvpaia
resoundingly in newspapers across record in congress," he said, to a possible" for the armed services to J' tonal*it M stay I*b.tw
the land because Hanns Eisler was motley accompaniment of more i obtain as much fuel as they need MANY MKTOn ens 5ey4s-

boos and cheers. He characterizedthe i during the first six months of 1943, ," fleas tae ia.on fmcriySra aalitabte to eat Bak afTMabtottk ft*Mdi is

say tbcosands" Taft-Hartley law as a "bill of i and that training ma,.be curtailed. *. So k.ears too Itsatn If..-
rights" for union members and I There seems to be little hope ol ....ta Bjnf Ptpata.
about {ood called upon voters to render "grati meeting full military requirements, INSIST en wt CAiswnxt!.fit-
tude" to congressional backers of 'I Vont*of BoQaM tor SO TMra w
tasting SCOTTS Vogel added, and the services may Oat vkolowa* it Sit mm .01 s
I the act. I have to accept gasoline of lower : ... ...Misty ckldns tn.ij <
EMULSION . Wilbur ZundeH. president of the octane rating than they would like to t C.IU11OfI.11.easy allncW.
Young Men's Republican club of ,
It.okb thua bas cites oa.ar mares foaaatck < Seattle, had a word for the senator's use.Although ; '
I the and have : CWM'ELL'S'
army navy DR.
ym .'t wet >ach .ttmd AIDVlUBia tormentors: "Communists. he
4UiOac contracted for enough! fuel to
tool TV Mart takiac r< carry
... said, adding that a Communist dem-
8 U-i Kmkioa! Yow
them through the rest of 1947, stock
pros.Ur it Mw bask a. a cold ... onstration was expected when Taft SENXALMATIMSt.Josepnin
Mix...!U_ap.w** feel Mrs. Roosevelt DUDS Eisler are still so low that there are some I
roar mil nil...!.t See<<'.Ua took the rostrum.WARNING restrictions even on certain phases COtnM .. mIJP msII

TONIC-nrka HIGH ENCBGT I. atmi FOOD A4O accused of being a Communist. He : of flying regarded as essential, h.
Vitamins aid...rsr-h iiditis 3 the brother of Gerhart Eisler, No. revealed. Diesel fuel motor gasoline ;

, I aatanl today at aiL roar..drug..Bleal.itora.MOttrtion .Boy t agent of the Kremlin in the U. S. Consequences? and a number of special fuels also ;

it Eisler and his wife finally were That the aggravated situation in are scarce Vogel said.
I \ Justetonkd'lpowerM Issued visas in Mexico City to cover Trieste rapidly is becoming intoler-

nournhmenfl :their entrance into this country. He able to the United States was em- British Visitor ASPIRIN IU
las taken out naturalization papers
phasized in a state department noteto
and is a song writer in Hollywood. Yugoslavia that her "uceedin1y
EMULSION In 1926, Eisler told the committee, activities l
Iii dangerous" at Trieste

ii TONIC he the had German applied Communist for membership party, but in mar quences.produce" "most serious conse- Relief At Last

-- sad dropped out. A department of The U. S. protest deplored the "ir
KUlloD' refs :labor report made in 1938 said of For Your Cough
responsible Yugoslav actions' in demanding
DOUBLE on pdoroitrit tr. Daf... !him: "The evidence establishes pre- changes in the Trieste-

FILTERED =.:\:: aonderanUy that Hanes Eisler is a Yugoslav boundary, and asked the r e-
Communist"Mrs. the..CII Mae ,
n- toe government "to issue immediate CftssBtt goes right to
fOR tmA QUALITY Aril.. cants. Roosevelt's attitude toward troobla &0 igrmladeai !; k m aD4 e d '
instructions to end this
WRITT :the affair was lackadaisical The practice. 1 nd old aLiBS J
Yugoslav troops had been forcinga deal raw,t&,
Welles of Eisler
cote to
on number of "incidents" all along flamed bronchial mucous m.me :
IO vas strictly routine, she said, add- the border in attempts to bluff Amer- txanea Tea your draezM to sell! rea
- Eg that she neither knew Eisler nor a bottle of Cnacmlsloo with tb*1mt :
ican troops into letting them encroach Kk the tfockkly
remembered the note. tfentandtnf yon cuttf way 1
on Trieste and Italian terri- allays eocen cr you zto
AGENDA haft joae' money back. ;
TOUGH : tory.Not
\ m aria uiii in run er easing the situation at all was CREOMULSIONhCouU.GatCoWs.lroecWti
RHEUMATiSMNEURITISLUMBAGO Yo Dodging the fact that Yugoslav authoritieswere L
holding to their refusal to re-
United Nations general assembly lease an American officer and two DRIb MeOeilaad left), CriUib >
;)>>roat least one thing In the first JPNU-14 41-47
enlisted men they had seized. i consul at Philadelphia greetsSir
reek of its current session-it isn'tgoing
It was a tense, bitter situation, William G. Tennsnt. vice admiral x
to dodge any issues. and it was straining to the danger i i and commander of the
sessions IWatcHYoui'
After preliminary point the all too tenuous threads of : UMJS. Sheffield after the 19.0M-
1 which beard the U. S. and
REMEDY n in Balkans.'HEADLINERS decked at Philadelphia
: physical peace the ton British craiser -
each other and
Russia flay verbally Kidneys
U N. Secretary General Trygve Lie ,
..., ... al.n.--- albs.....
.U-I..e. 00 the dele-
Y barge all for an end to feuding '
Susits&su sat U IUUUIu << rates voted doggedly to take on the I ABSOLVED: !1 i fill Harmful B"tf>Wass.Ye. *
tm mt snta n au HfM.i i.it pin almost insoluble .tofem an..++els Oaetoei
.. gas M,w mitmmi ..hoist entire list of tough. lllrohlto \ emu .aturiromtkiotaldMTorl.hit..d nun nut
problems standing as a barrier to ,.--.
CAMDEN N. J. Joseph ___ ) _atIado tdMist '
a world accord. Valentino hailed into court for belaboring Even while five high-ranking Jap-1! --r--..... .......... .. -
Among the items admitted to the March McGhee, 22, on the anese army and navy officers were c- =s...spA.+..' =

II'TFIMIIEI.IPJ (1 agenda were the partition of Pale jaw, explained apologetically to the being hanged by the neck In pay. M rap ia.sap t b.ek aAa
:doe in the Balkans independence ment for their crimes of cannibalism peace Judge that be thought Miss McGhee: =::
torture and murder cf U, S. C a! aI.
of Korea and Marshall's pro. was his wife got 10 days. =: ii.
;yosalto<< reorganize U. N. machinery IN FRANKFURT. GERMANTMembers prisoners Emporer Hirohito was being ..... ... -
' Women la your r.1 Doss tufancntonal p> hold a tighter rein on the turbo- . of a German family publicly absolved of any responsibility Meier-.. *t>mm fcaglafc mHS\f er
for the Pacific war by the too tracwaft arteatS kTktn
InUinn if porkxl paculUr cut peace.Scmet convicted cf mistreating refugeeswere
ta cuVor hot (BMU *o takt Art|
you chief U. S.
w.-- delegate Andrei Vishinsky's sentenced to four weeks in a war prosecutor. t..tet .
I = =:
ured r .aEx f Tb en to trTRnkhaai LJGa .. ,esolution calling on member na- refugee camp. Joseph B. Keenan told the inter ,dii,w.:. trbsee.

- aock<. ti.etabi.ajmptocM.CMaprolteTO Iti Js..oo tr doom to take criminal action against IN HOUSTON . Lt Cen. Ira C. national war crimes tribunal thai ..tdIMe..... .w.a

tot t M ill e rarmongerin propagandists was Eaker, former deputy commanding -The prosecution believes the people : es.A.k i -wdh' J '
- pound Takaa 6 Rrujortr.l5t build "It rasta ti n 0-s i wholeheartedly admitted to debaK general of U. S. air forces, retired in the dock are really responsible .entry -
afUaat sues dbtno-Tboaaaaiia ba.. probably because it will provide a readjusted himself to civilian life by for this war. If there had been anyone -

reported stomacclo toaofiU totoo.Alo Vena a*ory&Q1IIC&1fIII1.JmlII'I affaetti t Aance to mull over the concept of takirg a job as vice-president of too."else they would be in the dock: DOANS PILLS

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I t GLADES mutt DEMOCRAT F1UP1Y. OCTOBER IQ,,,,! .,,;...

this year elude with a dance. ::::? -'
Florida Forest Service
information, surveyed the equipment the various events ar. > '
i COUNTYDEMOCRAT maybe months, before the road is a period of the supply will be inadequate to Although "
over students'will
dry enough for normal traffic and employed fishermen meet the demand. designated by grade the _'
something should be done to keep' years. Interviewed sports haTe nothing to do. this'yttr., _
families from being entirely t and commercial fishermen alike) with putting oa the carnival.-3, *
i MOORE D.&\-EY. FLORIDA and finally determined that the : ;, -
little strip of beach No
Isolated on the and propagation of food Ordinary-

Eatervd as second-class matter. May still sticking up out of the water.'I production fish over a period of years bad increased -, WANTED.Cotton .!. .'
I 0 Htl ft the PontofBce at Moor decreased and One)
rather than (Continued from Page
the Act of '
Haven. Florida under level continues to come
Concrete of Match I. 1117. The lake for further found no basis for the closIng the snook took hU bait and all was buttons.
the official high figure rags, no
up and above' of these waters to commercial, in order and the fish being landedin
of 19.7 is already x
....u...d Every FrUsy ,Bf 1 the week of 1926 of 19.6. operations.As the ethical manner. if against its I lOc per pound. Bring
THE GLADE WUVn CO.. 1 1- the high point believe that the' far as I have been able to i will when suddenly the reel separated i
CARR SETTLE. fiiUUk Some engineers reached. Oth-I learn, the findings and recommendations from the: rod Now trying to! them to theDemocrat
j jI crest has been about will continue of these committees were land a seven pound snook with onlya
that the rise Office
ji feel
ers ignored by the Game and Fresh reel and no rod must be quite a
..._rl..... Rasa until well over 20 feet.Too .
t 0.. Year sue, Water Fish Commission and their task and when finally the fish was

; Six Jot..... __ 11.:1'i rule prohibiting commercial fishingin pulled up close to the rocks both ,
...'-oo.'I' 1';. ...'e ooo.-:+., these waters was then enforced. he and the barefoot Judge were ex- REGISTER MCTITIOIS AMD
i Not only that, but I understandthat i hausted so the Judge chose to go
1 Late To Classify Dr. Smith and his committeewere i after him with his hands. Grab CONCERN
t fA1EANDE'RfNGSBy i iI I criticized for their honest, unbiased bing the fish by the tail and jam-
I Ityot the rocks, Nftttee t* hereby gives that tIM >
I Settle Hy RUSSELL KAY reporLThis ming his head against drsicMB. ender the orvvteiMM .C
Carr silly and arbitrary ruling of the Judge managed to get a handin Chapter MttS Laws of Ftori*. ASMflMl.

f '- ",:- ,,,:--,,,-)<(-). : : :-: :"': :.. the Game and Fresh Water Fish 'its gills and throw it out on the of the. wiU Circwit register Court with ia tio...Cte fkT%
j The fish continue to bite but its Commission which prevents commercial -i I bank. Not until sometime later did Glades County PlorMa. upon fs dSt
., a little more difficult now for folks (Continued from Page 1) fishing on Lake Okeechobee he discover that his legs had been er proof n tftioM*t paMtoatMMk TSSil tr -of rnQLADB8 Ukk snOsswtb
to get to them so there won't bsas another excellent spot has alway.proVt'n and on the St Johns River has I badly lacerated on the rocks during HO >UOLP APFUAWEB

t : many big eatcb bragged about productive in spite of the thrown hundreds out of work and the struggle. which CottPOYA1Ollunder we are engaged tai -=
,, 1 I from now on. With the lake level fact that these waters have been threatens the commercial fishing i nest at Moore Haves ftarMm. -
rising and the creek: level subsiding fished commercially for years.A Industry. I P..T. A. To Have-- ness the parties are as follows Interested: ia sM
there ia little running water under contrary view is expressed by As this column is being written Glean T Brower .-
the Lakeport bridges now slid the an anglers group who contends that President Truman on a nation-wide Thomas K. Uarkett
bass biting as fast as formerly fishermen destroy breed- to the I Continued form Page 1) L. X Davis.
e are not commercial radio hook-up is appealing FtorMs. CWsISth
Dated Moore Raven
at *
; I But those who have boats or ing grounds and do not trouble to people of this country to observeone prizes given; a short skit will be day of September, 1117.
can procure boats have been continuing put baby bass back in the water meatless day and one day for presented and the evening will con- Sept It, 2s. Oct 1*.

i to have a lot of fun.I when found in their nets. the conservation of poultry and I -

I Fish camps report a record bust The subject seems to be almost as eggs, in order that more grain may '
I : ness as word of the hungry bass controversial as politics or religion be supplied to the starving nations I .
f' travels over the state Even our, but I still am of the opinion that of western Europe. Complete

i old friend and benefactor, Dr. Gill commercial fishing in Lake Okee- Fresh fish from the nets of Flor
mer of Tampa, came down over the chobee and the St. Johns River is ida's commercial fishermen are

week-end to try his hand and stayedat I not harming our sports fishing and urgently needed as a substitute for Electric Kitchen
Had it of quantities of I :
Tompkins Fish Camp. that the these products. Fish da not consume -
not been for Dr. Gilmer's steady I gars, turtles and other destroyers of grain and food fish will help
hand, know-how and assortment of game fish is really helpful. materially to offset our reduceduse
cutting tools I might not be writing -. Since writing my first column on of meat grain and dairy products For Immediate Delivery
about this fishing trip now so the subject my attention has been .
I am particularly Interested. He called to the fact that following the
I caught plenty of fish and said he adopting of its ruling relative to If there ever was a time when
I fishermen should Consists of Frigidaire refrigerator Frigi-
was coming back and the words of commercial fishing in the waters of our commercial ,
'r ri praise he directed toward the fish Lake Okeechobee and in tbe St. be on the action Job should it is be NOW taken and to daire electric stove, Frigidaire sink and

!:: camp and Mrs Tompkins food I Johns River, the State Game and prompt
never thought he was capable of. I Fresh Water Fish Commission delayed settle this squabble quickly not only cabinets, Frigidaire table-top hot water
F I|, enforcement and appointed for Florida's welfare but for the

Schools: were dismissed Tuesday two fact-finding committees to study nation's and the world's heater. .
: afternoon for the remainder of the i|I the effects of commercial fishing This is no time for arbitrary bureaucratic -
that serve no
ft., week in hope that souethtag might |'operations in these waters and report rulings pur-
be don to make It safe to take the back their conclusions and pose other than to reduce the SEE THE LAUNDERALLThe

school bas through the water at II recommendations. nation's food supply:
t Bare Beach and pick up the children The personnel of theee two committees complete automatic washer
so that their schooling would I were selected by the Game I, $50,00 Fish'RodeoAt ,
be interrupted But so far, I am and Fish Commission and In view I Ii -
1 I Ii I Orlando On Radios and Radio-Phonographs. Consoles,
i told, nothing whatever has been of this fact one would naturally as-
I i
;; done. Folks out there say tbat if same that their finding would favor: October 23rd Start at 239. _:
l I :; little work were done on the ap- the commission's position if the
t! t \. proaches to the Cove bridge-a few evidence permitted. On these committees
: more planks put up to augment the were representative of both ORLANDO, Oct. 8 (FNS) RECORDSGlades _" .
i ': two for each car wheel which hue sports fishermen and commercial Newsreel and television films will -i
been In place-and stakes driven i fishermen, including the eminent be made of the opening of Or-,
down along the new roadbed to I Ii ichthyologist and director of the lando's 150.000 fish rodeo on October Household Appliance Corp. j

: mark the shoulders that the bus marine laboratory of the Universityof 23. it has been announced by '
; ; could continue to run. But even I Miami, Dr. F. G. Walton Smith. Gordon R. Elwell Orlando publicity i
: , this little bit of work has not been, However, these fact-finding com- director, who made arrangements, Glen Brower, Manager Jf
obtainable. The old road would be, mittees, operating under the supervision for filming of the event by Fox ,
f. Safe enough to travel along the ant direction of the Game Movietone News, Universal News- .
I lakeshore if the hyacinths could be and Fresh Water Fish Commission, reel and ODe of the nation' major
*' f pushed off and a couple of holes made a careful and thorough studyof radio television networks.
filled I commercial operations on each The cameramen also will make 11I1 IIII J

-i ;, It will likely be several weeks, body of water, gathered statistical newsreels and television films of I
the 11th annual meeting el the .
Orange County Sportsmen" Association
I which is to be held in con-
Junction with opening of the ;50.- FUMINGDAIRV
000 fish rodeo sponsored by the "

Many Thanks Florida Angler's Association
Opening of the fish rodeo, biggest
in Florida history, will be markedby
a parade on Orange Avenue fob La
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lowed by public release of the I FEED
-first prlie" 15.900 fish from a
glass aquarium into Lake Apopka i
i Casting contests and trick: shootingby

I I : We wish to thank our subscribers for famous professional artists will Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
be staged by the Sportsmen's Association -
I their patience and understanding after the and will be filmed by the

-; recent hurricane. newsreel cameramen. Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR

AI Waldron, well known Fox
Movietone Cameraman, and W. F. BALE IV Tilts AREA AT DEHTDRVma PLANT IX

i \Ve think we have all phones in working (Bill) Gerecke of Universal News MOORE HAVEN

i f order but if anyone has a phone out of will represent. the newsreel companies WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

1 !' I J order, please report it. more MOORE HAVEN; FLORID
; III' 10 million) ,
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seedlings will be produced by the -

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t TELEGRAPH COMPANY Enjoy NEVI Alliances : : where I sit_fy Joe Marsh

white Paying!

fWeOffer'1 How to Tell t-

: GlAlill fUtTiIK You're Getting Old

t Get the Habit of Shopping atE '. ,* .

") Doc Walters gsts m. tlb for* of lisle;ce who.erlt.1d
;;. ...' ::1 ttape attf
t :- $ teak tGit 30ieRfllll I Ii ,mala It's a sort-be alga yoa'r people for enjoying a mellow giast

( : I getting old when you reseat other: of beer with friends.TbeyVs .
rnw, In' people laving a good time.
TIME oftea weU-lcteatkme4
E : it", Fami11 Fort '1 I And tk* Doe means it carat' folks,too.Bat from Then I lit.the -,
R.: : much to do'vita age.There are cd micst *. entidz our Bdg&bori

-:-:,:. :.:...: r npt. 31yen PLANS: ; t folks is our town who get a big for enjoying wholesome pleasure
- 1f .. >GI kick oat of seeing other people enjoy -lika a came of tenes&oes, a
;. "' ... Storc"e .- Fl:1.-1 M ApprovvlJj themselves-steus to keep glass ef beer, or aD afterooon'

.i.L..; them young in spirit with a fishing-it's a aura gigs Wr

-' Gnmw..Blcrii twinkle in their eyes! growing 4d (ia spirit anyway).U

SERVICE And there are some others wka matter what our are i*.
f -, reseat tie young folks going is"...1 ;
Term Purchase $10 or More .
{ Easy on fag wk* feel that comsauitfgaaes I
f; sad dances are last ft waste :
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C r I >>1 I cousin. Miss Margie Carmichael of had never seen snow-except the have oar play before
Starke. Chaa. de la Gardelle, Jr. flakes In the trigidaire! are Tery proud to have on the
1 Miami a cousin of the groom was If you thought it was terribly hot School Daze surf this year two of
best man. i In September, and you wonderedhow oar classmates, Donald Faraam. associate
II PERSONAL and SOCIETYMrs -I Iu The bride daughter of Mr and many pounds you had lost before editor and Don Galassiai.

Mrs. J H. Norman. Is a graduateof the Venetian blinds were Installed boy's sports. Congratulations boys.
Starke High School and Florida you will perhaps be surprised We hope that the next time you

State College for Women at Talla to know that, by records hear from as we will have a spon-

8c ; Q C C COUtO C I OQ COI OIDaaGQGaGco caCQJGGaG tl hassee. She was employed for two kept, the highest temperature was sor and will be hard at work .on our

Mrs D. L. Pippin of Frostproof Mrs. George Sturgis years at Camp Blanding 9} degrees -and the lowest 70 plans for the coming year.

visited friends here TuesdayErie first of the week from returned the i The groom U the son of )Ir. and Our English program, from now THE MIGHTY MPHOMOHES
Mrs. J. S. Aly of Moore Haven lie on. will be: Monday and Tuesday
where she has |By Peggy Stalls)
spent the past
is a graduate of Pahoke High' Literature Wednesday and Thursday .
, Bass of Beach
; was a] weeks. She also
visited briefly The Sophomores are well represented -
! i ': here on business this week in Clearwater with relatives I I School and attended the University Grammar; Friday. Spelling and and lately
c: y I on the of Florida for two years before enlisting Vocabulary-building in the band
; "' return trip. they have all been going around
: ",.,\" )fr. aad Mri O. R. Borrowman in the A. A. F. where he In English, we nave made maps
with smiles their Upon
big on
:;-.,'-<, mere hers in Miami Wednesday. Mr. served for three and a half years of the Eastern half of the United
, and Mrs. M: E. Morrison and asking why they said "Haven'tyon
overseas. He then attended the States so that we may locate places
-- children are spending the weekendin heard! We have a new bandmaster
Mr*. E. J. Bowyer and Pat ,were West Palm Beach. University of Georgia and is now where authors lived, aDd those ."
la Wet Pate Beach: Monday. employed at Farrey Hardware.. mentioned in their works
Miami BeachFollowing Rumor has It that we are
Mrs Mary Ann Murdock of West Continued Page I)
( on
the wedding a reception THE BRILLUNT FRKHtM
MM Areki Waggerey is a bnsiMM Palm Beach spent the week-end
visitor today in Tampa. here with her Mr. was held at the borne of Chas.' (Nelda Howdesheil)
parents and de la FIRsT METHODIST CHVRCHKcv.
Cardfile, Jr. 1254 NW 51st
:r','." Mra E. L. Braanan The president of oar class, Robert -
, W. s. Bozeman, Pastor
St., Miami with a large number of
.., Mm W. D. Barron and Mra Mike Taylor, called a business Meeting -

'F,_ Q* rra .f Ta.pa were visitors here Fred Kracke. an insurance adJwter eliding friends and Mrs relatives Aly's parents attending, brotherand in- a few days ago to compute our Church School--10:M L m. .
;: tile totter part of last week from Long Island, was here slogans and to choose another see W'orshlp.-11:80
Morning a. m.
sister and )lr. and Mrs. J. S.
.' '.' for ond) homeroom mother Mrs. Cook
several days last week
inspecting Aly of Moore Haven The Methodist Church extends a
4:_:',. Mia Petty Roberts and Connie storm damage in the area. The couple be at home aftera was selected. The motto for our i welcome to :)011. The Church
:c"'i'" Bow_ of Belle Glade spent the will class will be."A good goal Is
class for
week's honeymoon at 10<8 NW School bas a every age.
. ::;' week-end with Mrs. Lacy Bowen. Mrs. Ward Brinson and Beverly 25th St.. MiamiSCHOOL. worth more than a lot"of gold'Oar I You are invited to worship with as
were here lOng is, "Near lou .
- for the week-end visiting In the regular church worship hoar
.,j ji- )lr. sad Mrs. Mack Greene and her parents Mr. and Mrs E. Mr. Semago has made oar home-

-; = Mrs Fred Jenkins were visitors laTampa L. Brannan. DAZE room period very interesting by ex- WANTED-Medium-sized concrete .

. ', W edneedayMr plaining bow to administer "first
Randall Moore Ha
mixer. H. E. ,
-. Harry E. Grant. Jr., of Mulberry aid" in emergencies such as drowning 1U

$z and Mrs. Max Booker and son arrived the first of the week to take Sponsor ..._.....'........m._.._.. Mr. loge and severe bleeding for example Ten.

. r '.' of Lakeland spent the week-end the position of music teacher in the Editor ..._........m........_.. Jimmy nickM4xiate all of which will be of great
. with Mr. and Mrs T. F. Sheridan. local schools. .\ Editor m'.. IkoajtU larnara usefulness to us in later years..-or FOR S\LE-Five-room house, with

--- Society ....-.................... Doris Griffith maybe sooner than we think! or without furniture. Mrs L. M.,
'-i Mr. and Mrs. A. Schroeder left Mr and Mrs. C. S. Preesl y and irl's spurts ..._,......-_.. Juke flick Lilly Box 211, Moore Haven Florida

z" -' '- Saturday for a two weeks' business children were in Fert Mjers Wednesday Roy's spoils .............. Dun ); tWp to St. Louis to attend the funeral of Mr. (By Lois Ann Cox) .
:; .. Pressley's mother. Have you noticed any of the,

': ; D!. E. S. Gilmer of Tampa was FiRST mUlIl-; Juniors running around school like

i. >, here over the week-end on a fishing Judge Lynn Gerald aad CourtReporter (By Billy Farabee) they were walking on air! Wellwe Last I Mark R. Tennant
trfe Ed of Fort Clarice: brought a turtle to school. have a very good reason.
Ley Myers
.; : here I Karen brought a bowl to keep him week we ordered oar class rings,t License
were Thursday to a M -
I and they are really "SUPER" You
:- Dr. ud Mrs. C. B. Alth4ff and i*ten of circuit eoart for hearing In. Real Estate Broker
will just have to forgive as
We have tadpole in oar aqnariaai -
ifhtef tot LaBette attended revival some civil cases a
liewW We are looking forward to the I GLADES COUNTY LANDS
Ute name is Tommy Tad.
rtot here Toeaday night.sew .
'. e
:: l: arrival of our sponsor who is coming -
,; -- Miss Jessie Braasan. MiM Peggy soon be a frog Jacksonville We 807 Congress RMg. Miami. lie
to us from
Etatee aad Wanda Lee took a I
': Classic Cox recently returned to Stalls Miss Jo Ann Harvell. Mrs last week can really start to work in a big
: ,' L ta Garcia, Rupert Ball and DeaD nap every day
Del.id sad to earolkd again H way We would: like very much to
fi!' a stadeat at Stetson University. HttUn attended the football game .
T (.i\DK
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la Belle Glade Friday night
:fOi iZ".f.,- We have new boy in our room.
.. Wale Tamer of Savanna, Ga.,
: Ttatted briefly one day )ask week Mr. and Mrs W. G. Hayes returned His name is Donald. We are gladto

,. wilts )fra. Lacy Bowen to their home here Wednesday have Donald. ELLERKAMP TWO-WAY
from Syracacc, N. f... where We have 17 children now.
-- E era.: they baTe been spending the sum Sammy had a birthday He is
Mr>. Franc Hardy received the
1,5' We "Happy -
mer. six years now. sang
t.ws Saturday of the death of her Birthday" to him. PUMPSFor
sister-in-law John Roth at her
Mrs. L. E. Farnam. M. E. :Morri We will find autumn leaves and
:' hMM in Parsons, Kans.
son and Miss Jean Moore attendeda bring them to school.
district meeting of the Florida
? i ilr and Mrs. B L. Rhode of. Fort Educational Association In West THIRD RADII both drainage and irrigation. Can
-??_':' Myers visited Sunday with Mrs.Rhode's (By Carol)
Palm Beach Wednesday intake
',; sister Mrs: J. W. Adkins The third grade has new reading be reversed from discharge to by a _

c.'"- and )lr. Adkins. ; Richard Brannan and Kenneth chairs We are making posters for simple throw of lever. The type of pump

Farnam returned home Sunday the lunch room. control work.In s
-,o_ Mrs Mack Greene, who underwentan night from Chicago where they havebeen We received our subscriptions to best suited to water .
.' operation la Tampa the first of attending an electrical and the National Geographic Magazine

: t.- )lr. Greene drove to Tampa for her monthsDouglas.

< .. FIFTH GRDE needs. Ask for prices.
}.. Mrs. Gladys Stalls and Peggy are (Bobby Woodward and Willie

.;ryK leaving today to spend the week- Aly Weds Mae McDnfflet watchedin
Wm. Adkins The two city pumps may be
.= end with Mr. and Mrs. :Mrs. Gaskin and Mrs Evelyn

:'i in Vero Beach_ Velma Norman In Brown will be the fifth grade homeroom -! operation as a proof of efficiency.D. .

:.L';..t.Jolm" Sexton bas returned from Miami Beach FridayA Mr mothers Grant, of Bradenton, is the I

.:., :;:' the Arcadia Hospital where he has new bandleaderMary SUMMERSLocal
-V.>; and is re- wedding of Interest I L.
i"" been under treatment Ellen Brown had a deer. .
home here here was that of Miss Velma Norman died
; \8 cvperating at his I Her name was Flower She
.. '" of Starke to Douglas B Aly of Saturday morning. Representative

--'i Mies Irene Scott and Jimmy Don Moore Haven which was solemnized Marion Skipper and Anthony
--i. '" Wilson of Stetson University De- last Friday evening, October 3, at Berwald have been absent on account

c', Land. spent the week-end at their the Stanton Memorial Baptist of illness.
homes here. Church in Miami Beach with the We wish to thank Mrs. Thomas Max ColeFort

pastor Rer Gwin officiating Gaskin for the nice collection: of
Mrs Ceclle Brooks and son Billy The bride was given In marriageby Vlctrola records she has given u.,1 E EI

and Mrs K. J. Baamgardner were I her father J. H Norman her of and for the magazines she brought. I Lauderdale Route 1
In Miami on business Wednesday Starke. The maid of honor was I I ,
-- -- SIXTH CiUtDK
(By Barbara Hutchinson)
We have most all of the chil-

SOMETHING TOAlways dren back that were out on account I'

of the stem.
We are piualaf a play about ROOFINGVe
The Cave Men:' Some of the children -

Remember of oar room' are putting it on.

Mary Loa Coyar. ODe of our pupils -(

we.t.e Washington D c.j

She is sofas to stay two weeks Wesurely !

WHEN IT'SExcellent will BIND mku her KOOM I have plenty of asphalt roofing in

By R J. _moIlS) I
We tare skated Mra Brady Pal-, 45-pound and 55-pound weights. Suitablefor

food gett room.There as oar are room f..rt.mother*a pupils in our'I' built-up roofs and sub-roofing. ;

Sammy Hastens is a new member j

of our e..... | A shipment of 90-pound slate roofingis
The boy have keD making '

YOU ARE SEEKING things leaned ot bow of to lee ww>d different They have tooU I'I expected daily. A few rolls still on hand.

aid saws. i
The PtW rave keen learning to I Be sure to check with us FIRST for

Inn sew. I -:
The Clewiston everything in hardware and6 building sup-

(,Jo Asia Comae I plies.PARKINSON'S.
Small Hotel"EVERGLADES We are glsxi to low that Wallace -
"The South's CeyMT. true Ortona haa pour

to WaaMacteB, along with his !n<-
ter and Breata, fey it win bf a
COCKTAIL LOUNGE ref UO.ml.. sad ..j1)y bJe two' Inc.

wens' far .... We hope that y

taste 18 tJwo Ece'glades w1t4a fee artS ba<>;<. >. win plnrb-
Treat year eyeight a* well a* your Yolte will showanother bft" few .s, ;
Room Saturday' night at 9 jv m.hi "bfla r-I %" I In* rtcrat show of toads I* oar 'The Complete Store"

of Interesting film. 1 class 2t vet: of 21 said they were!]

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..p t ISK ME 1 A quiz with answers offering ;

::;r ::' '?7 n\t:? #{:fl: '\ '; 1 t ANOTHER II inforlllation on various wbieds i iAAAAAAF

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i; :I:HOUSEHOLDEconomical. : ; IN s..r.m'..M..1 s.s..+u..f.lw.,. FAAAFAAAAFThe QuestionsI I 7. S&ecpl&e behavior is called

; ...., what? .j
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+" 1!!: wr:: "' :/ : What state showed the larg-

j x:fJ": .:': L!:! .;.J L j : H..*. II-IS. e-IL est population gain from 1940! to ,i The Answer

11. READING Fliffipplans S: I 1947? 1. Nevada, 5&9 per cent gain.
.<. n.'n'n : I 2. How far down do earthwormsSig ) 2. CeeasMe eartbwsnns tune 1
Cuts downward 3 or 4 feet
3. Do monkeys have fingerprints 3. X s. but the Hoes and aback _
: Of Meat Are Tasty of Better Things I tike humans? are eatkely different.

If Prepared Right I' 4. Who built the first gBjwJer 4. Geagfate Khan in China about ,
for October 12. 19-17 I gun* ir$4 A. D.
5. Do whales have whiskers. ? 5. Maay whales grow bristles: on
1 -I opens Hebrews 3.1-8 0. Under ideal conditions haw their saocU. 0:i
. 'explanation that Jesus many stars are visible to the 6. Nine thousand stars. I
\ the minister of better :naked eye* 7.O'-se.
'. ..... he is the apostle and
of our profession per
. to him that appointed TO SOOTH v Y CCS

comparison is made with BAS 111
ings; was also faithful but OR 1mERQuickJy
a Ply soothing and com
small circle as con: OINTIlE.W1ti
and the Son of God. Its Wholesome antiseptics and n-.
in God an high priest after tare tiding medication.Nothing ela<
I Melchisedec Christ the like it-nothing ao comfortlcj
caused skin
: pleasant for
j author of eternal I troubles. 3Sc. Get a patkace today
; in \ salvation, dealt no
1 ; : _ ,_ for longer with symbols -
:1 or but offered ,
fork himself as the perfect '
i Leftover meat are easily lamb to take ; :

k creamed and served in patty the away our sins. Experisooe jg the
: shells on a platter generouslyheaped "And for this cause ]
1 with vegetables economy he is the mediatorof I
: note for your budget. the new covenant
U (testament), that Best leacher I '
Budget-wise homemakers are takIng by means of death,
a second look at their budgetsthis U lor the redemptions
season, and most of them are !i of the transgres- -1,
keeping one eye on their purse 2 sions that were un
strings, while the other eye is gluedto 14 testament they. which C Remember' that! =
prices. One item that is getting extra V* might receive the prom.
consideration is meat. Vt I inheritance" Hebrews wartime cigaretteshortage ; .
There's hardly such a thing as a '
? The
budget cut of meat anymore, i' - many
but naturally per different brands people 'J
the Bible
there are some smoked As a result of '
that are less expensive or introduced in Matthew "
than others he quotes the Old Testa that experience... 1

Breast of mer Satan in the wilderness those comparisons..* a
lamb is among der. Having been reared by i 1 4
more people
are ,,
those as well as J mother Jesus was
some of the beef "s 1 ; l\i the Bible as a child. smoking Camels than a
cuts including \ ' i H I' the best thing any par. I ever before I Ij '
tongue, if you 1 I do for his or her child? j
like pork, you'll 1 I answer without hesita j'
J have to be satis- 1 I them U bide God's I
'. \. fled with a suggestion of the flavor. H I their hearts In the' im a
i' A roast is good economy if it is 2 i years of youth. A. I
f beef or lamb because you can count 2 learned in youth will i
: on two or three meals as well as I all life's testing situ I M J
.4 1 sliced meat for sandwiches. If you .
plan on one roast per week-careful- not forget Thy Word" YOVR--r.ZON#' )
j cooked to avoid ,
ly so as expensive :
shrinkage-then it's easy to use the . I WILL TELL youTfbrTaste. J

economy Items rye already men- '' 40 Us Use the Bible ... CTforTmat.
tioned to fill up the other days ,
nicely. ministry of Jesus is 'I ... +
Liver-Rice Cakes. in the fact that "We
That yt>ur proving ypgnjr
A. (Makes 10 cakes) high priest that is '
sliced the heavens, Jesus the ; cigarette.
1 pound pork liver any
. . For we have not
Vi 14 small cap shortening onion fem.'r priest which cannot: be Set if Camels door suit

lye cups cooked rice the feeling of our in 'e--r-Zo.t a't'S
but was in all points :
t 1 teaspoon salty ;
j + teaspoon pepper as we are, yet without ,
len us therefore come boldly
IVi tablespoons milk throne of grace, that we :
)i cop milk mercy, and find grace
time of need" Hebrews REPAREM
Fry the liver in the H cup of. :
shortening until nicely browned and
let cooL Put the liver and onion example of Jesus in his
through the food chopper. Add the Satan in the wilderness
'. rice salt, pepper, egg, milk and mix and He will teach us ; CAMELStiwewkfaslThe !
} well. Shape into small cakes and what to say to Satan. We
brown in % cup of shortening until upon our wisdom
Our great high priest
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wisdom and words to
Barbecued(Serves Lamb 4) Breast. situation that Satan ever Advertisements Mean a Saving to You

2 pounds breast of lamb
f, 1 medium onion ttorj ., Jttntor boy, ,..
H rap chill sauce ./ Itfjatg. Tin boy r.s
: 1 teaspoon salt .1 wttktt KM* tr&ff ...rh'
a I .", :. tMtnct upon his
r Pepper : o.. w.. Tin koj told nu
H teaspoon! red pepper t ....... f t...., tntk ttm
i 1 tablespoon vinegar of [ .,;u <.... T*. M,. alit I
ti I cop water '.. ftltj. Ht kohl straight
i Cut lamb into 5 pieces. Season ; ./ *A* y/{. .*4 rid:
4 i }f with salt and pepper. Place in a \\ : I Iw" ..*/.*../. Who fomiiflttb
h_ ?*
hot skillet with j 1
I the fatty sides of JropP tm btJ sad
I I the meat on the *"', I .ih for tit pri.ikj.
bottom so they ttt 'Ji"" ."
i i .' win brown easily 3 . .

I 'JIJ' i:, red Mix pepper chili sauce vinegar 1 In Our Hearts 'c S\ s

\ t : and water put my laws on their .i
t t and pour over and upon their minds
I lamb Slice onion 1 I write them Hebrews
1 and place over meat Cover Simmer declares "I do always
for Itt hours then remove lid that please him," and he / i
and cook for about 20 minutes or : by his grace, to do the
until most of the barbecue sauce is by his indwelling in our
absorbed.A his will becomes the
pot roast U very nice to haveas I I lives through the grace
the roast of the week and then Let \.
"S' it's easy to use as sliced meat for in for us to keep
upper, or ground and used for meat d perfectly bat Christ the
pies stuffing for peppers pinwheels Christ becomes cur Rub Ia
:: ,: with biscuit dough etc If you makeS i and then his law. renef frets gentlyararmn&muscular sag BmOay for gut
style, it will have plenty of eorsae and paUl. &G.YQO.:
S S rl' creek r Us. grace I* the Idea tab up m: 2" times more
flavor for other uses. claimed to keep the pS1a.redoctor-tliaa methyl sa&iate aidlpQtlbow1atonery

Creole Pot Roast. i I the law, without: the spit.i :five other widelY
S 5 chuck er beef i the .f >MOMS. offered I\Ib..ma. IAIUt
5 pounds i case Note CD h' 1e.JJ.eD.Oq: ,the angina!Baum
a Analg4aique,
U np salad .UJniee the offering of Christ we 1888 aT t'tle"' 11"'
*t 1 Icmoe to satisfy the spirit "'aus. -
S bay leaves .... ....,ram'

1 .... sahueda . .

a S teaspoons allspice .. Christ 5
: salt I
S teaspoons
.. should enhearteo ev 5T
? pepper 18111I : child of God, sine ,
X tablespoons ( 1
lard .drippings dear that "He Is able to akv
tablespoons aide.B !i i'j
& th* uttermost them that
3 S cups' tomatoes __ unto God through him"

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of Thought Kathleen Norris Says:

THERE are thousands wi l- _
do great things for -

one willing to do a small thing.

-George Macdonald.. . They Aren't So Lucky _

is One homemaker washes aH the When ironing shirt collars, dc Ben Syndicate.-WJTO Futon .
Tie oee-ssioO piled high iritbkguultj _
sand u. mtt rise high discarded silken articles of the not crease the collar with the iron \:;: :,
uiib tin oftfsioM.Abrtm 1;.- household and cuts them into tiny Instead, after the flat press jus- .
pieces to provide filling for pil fold the
'**". collar. It will wear longer
as the threads will not crack a-
Fortune does not changemen the edge.

; it unmasks them.-Mme. A light tarnish on pewter can be -.- ;

Keeker. . I removed with silver polish. Rub A sprinkler top on the bluini / : "4
Error of opinion may be tol- i lightly as a soft luster is more de- bottle will b* an aid in regulating '
erated where reason is left freeto sirable than a bright finish for the amount of bluing that goes inU 43'cf&AZI
combat Jefferson. pewter. the water for the laundry. >
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Candor and generosity, unless Some spots on wallpaper can When arranging a room for i -:. ;
tempered by due moderation be removed very conveniently with convalescent, look it over from -t
lead to ruin.-Tacitus. a clean blotting paper and a hot the bed not the door, to male < j
iron. sure the view is encouraging. ;'JII

I Creeping Doll Looks Very Real I NEWS that sleep makes aH night folks! I I t

I Don" (Pattern No.'5323) tend 20 cents to: 2bo ... ace ai.iq...r..w ........., !
com. your name, address and pattern tile am sees\low. bent eeU sd akt.... .
number i ," > _W* *.,.. frfirr K.iiiiinT ** *.
MIM .L Ltd kop K>t TUfi a- ._Color
5323O SEWING CIRCLE Hlli M.llr atlas wRIoia a NEEDLEWORK BTItotM*if..rnwaJad FoW Pdh M
IJI SOBtk Beth St. Caieac t. m. ""w bgfo wntoa M
EDcJo8e 20 cents for Pattern. boar ..:i'v) )oVFT yw BACK. ;

JTftNa; i )rift.sat.h11 24-bs---tae...G....gRS-aRjgt

Add-- I 1-MU &1" B4CL I 4 4is

: BUY v-s. SAVINGS BOND&sthFFui : f'

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serer v-Sl fU min't seal ....i tit leap ctmtrnt, tin trtmblimg pr+ds, tk --;
TRfts2 fen vU hopes, "'" *.a ricterUi tint are lrac eenviego' -

Chats for and By KATHLEEN NORRIS ]iII
A h ADORABLE little creepingdon a job Comfy meaty LIVING ALONE }
that looks like a real .the TN NEW YORK state the ;
ba She diaper and sDothe .. MENTHOLATUM TWINS I of old bachelors I
>? wears a asir.pe irritated percentage Those who prefer to stay single
The 14- JL old
one-piece garment. mevnbroi .. f and unmarried j certain end
I s. enjoy advantages compensations
in, !h body is made of soft cotton- women is increasing; it has j ;
Miss Norris
M points ,
hs r is yellow cotton rug yarn, doubled in less than 50 years. ;
I out in lok '. article. It is something
fe- jres are embroidered. A per- that touches our ,
Everything i
fe t .:rider the tree" surprise. to be M to spend all your
domestic life has changed, and j
"' on yourself to do what
+yj money
3' o9aial this is result. Men
T ? a cmrplete rotting pattern possibly one
f.n r : tureetioDi. c }T chart for cmbn be comfortable with- you please without having to worry
fetnf face of the Creeper Baby- can very j about what thinks.
your spouse
i out the little woman the glowing -|
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There it freedom from II>. expenses
U l fireside, the waiting slippers j
and worries of family life, '
and housecoat. Women can earn !
thol, two famous, ingredients the children the troubles
Y /alMENTHOLATUM that help thin out thick real money, enough for motor care of ,

When dogged-up nostrils have mucus, reduce swelling, unoth cars, fur coats and ocean trips, I J with in-laws.
E! '] as.a.... you rasping for air,and your mae cold-U1 amed nei&brsxkes. Don't unencumbered by the presence I Yet hen single people really
JILT ..i alai[IESI NeCIM M red and sore-quick,reach for take head-cold: misery lyine down of children or the need to arrange -! art trying to deceive themselves, i -
IM aATNRS.. rata rAlt1111 Mentholarom and B-I-E-A-T-R-E -keep MenthoUtma handy things with George. I '. Miss Norris continues All the ;
Mentholatum contains comfort' mi ittirro cinr-cou TKITIEU
OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS Of and I luxuries end pleasures, the freedom .
lag Camphor and minty MenIUAL IIIITITIII lit CKPPIIGw course men women who
don't marry sacrifice a lot-only and the unconcern, are poor t
they don't know it. They may have compensation for the deep human "
occasional wrenches of loneliness joys and satisfactions married t
and longing but they consider them life brings. Life without lore is II 5 -
but passing emotions not to be
dell and barren.
1711 FIt r taken too seriously. Also they see :
rFramEquipped the failures; they hear the babies Part of the reason why people $
crying hear about doctors' and den- stay si.gk.1isJ Norris says is:

I A i i k Cars tists' bills; they study divorce fig- because Married people fail to '1.

ures. So they think they know all mate marriage look attractive. .
about it, and decide that they are The glamour fades quickly because '
lucky to have kept out of it. I
of the selfishness and pettiE 1

Clubs make men delightfully com- ness of one or both mun. The j

FRAM PRIZE*CONTESTPHILCO I fortable now, or faithful old servants high divorce rate indicates that :

BG, colored there is something fundamentally : 1

They are asked out to dinners, and wrong with our attitude toward s }
fascinating widows, "grass or sod." married life. With our bigb levtlof i J

as Mrs. Wins put it, flank them on comfenable existence, many of
Refrigerators, either side. As they grow richer and the older problems should disappear -
older they grow more and more
u but there seems to be more
: Radios spoiled, complacent and adroit at domestic discord than
$ Freezers nero
: dodging feminine nets. '.
Just Fooling Selves. Despite worries and hardships,
200 Other Big Prizes I married life is so rewarding to
On her side the single woman has
Nothing .e tvr-to In Tp t* Sw4 W i lots of cold reason too. She can those with little patience and
her she forbearance, that the.most luxurious
Think of winning a beautiful new Fram- spend money as pleases.She
-. eqoipped Lincoln Stodebaker Land Crober I doesn't have to face the physical life spent alone is drab and
Mercnry,Ford or Croriey-jurt far writinf and nervous strain of child-bear dreary by comparison, concludes i
25 word or less telling why you prefer tot ing. She can buy a charming little Mist N orris.I .
tar TOOT car equipped with the famous I mountain cabin or a weather-beaten
Pram O3 k Motor Cleaner 224 additional I seaside farmhouse, and putter withit
e prisesl C Ptulco Refticentora. 6 dulcoPreexen. and make it perfect, aDd presently I I don't think they preserve carefully ::;
.12: P&Oco Cabinet Radio . 2$
have intelligent women friendsup enough the glamour and the
Bolor Watcbet . IS General Electric I
IL Miser . :2S Parker -51" Sea . 2S for week ends and decide that miracle. If husbands and wives always
Rouen Table Ligbten. .end 100$10bffl l there is nothing like freedom from spoke to each other kindly; ti
I family ties. But both the bachelor they boat up an increasing and multiplying .
Hints on How to Win and the maiden lady know that ; credit of confidence and
'S' Jut jet A free Entry Blank (for full ..- they are somewhat fooling them- goodness in the bank that is their
formation and role) at your Dearest imp- I selves. They know that there are life together; if they valued their VV
meat aDd tractor dealer twaie. envies" I' emotional and practical doors they children, loved them dramatizedthe
the Frame
A atatioa Contest or Headquarter car dealer displaying" porter.Then com. i :dare not open. They know that they exquisite beauty of the nursery;

piece the atetemeat. 1 prefer to have my have dodged the really vital side of if they made light of-money war
ear equipped with the famous Fram Oil life and filled its place with make. ties, saved, planned rejoiced in their
Motor deader becauae . to 25 words \ believe; clubs and clothes and business life toðu-thc then would
1 or leas and mail your entry to Tram Cor success and old silver spoons be no bachelors and every girl wbo 1
i ' poration. Box 152. New York .. N. Y. : and new cars. These art not life. got a good husband would feel herself

before mkJaijbt November 101947. 'I When the years begin to creep blessed among women. .

Your Fram dealer can yelp yea via fey into the sixties there is nothing quite The old financial dependencea V
teQiof bow Fram motor to alone as the unmarried man or wont come back. A man no longer
tr apiDat dirt, dust grit sludge wl .br woman. Even the widower has his has to make a home and pay aS expenses -
t So visit bias today, frt a free entry
m* sacred memories and perhaps his for a houseful of women old
229 pruetl t
and via of the big
blank. one
trock children and their children to remind women children: babies. Everything -
And if tractor ear or
\.o ready filter-equipped your get a Pram ail flit him that he still has strong is easier now; everyone live
to cJbftit crave,, that eiMn the motet, ties with life. A thousand tender pictures separately. Mother bas a lacratfvt ; -,
help prevent breakdown overhaul and come back to him; be sees his Job. and the very teen-agers: breakaway
repair* If yon already have filter,get teoa- lovely young wife spent and triumphant -!. and set up bachelor. establishments ,
inc Fram replacment cartridges to 1 in a hospital bed. with her of their own. F <',
top filter performaae. Fran Corporatiooj i child in the curve of her Be ie
arm. But the old values retnalo. Using
providence 16. R. L In CandaJ
,'' Adam Cff.Ltd,Toronto Ontario. sees the little six-room house, the canned pie-crust and dropping cut -
shaky slip of an apple tree the fireplace bag into an incinerator tube flood-

.: e' ;",", with plaster and chips still jing t the house with electric lights
art>. .' UtPrfceU OOr.4-Door Swim piled in it, and again they are viewIng I and keeping bans and bathrooms at
sa ...: y' : w f"riIe-Ncw St-adeb er 1-SedaA' Cruiser their own home their first June temperatures, an the year
t' ,;.. ,;k.J; W Pri -New Wer Ford SupU rJ TOW1t Dd.an 4-Door Sedan :awced home. He remembers the |j I "round, telephoning downstairs foiI
4th PriJe-Nnr It blazing logs in winter, breakfast
Croak7 I-Do Sedan I company dinners and leaving De- -
5tII pme-Nnr Prises- Rcfricer'atCIno J eve f\. under the apple tree in summer: t troit at dawn to lunch at Scotts in
'- *a Neat Nat 6 6 Prse.-FhiloD Freesen'SRa dia. i wrist: Lases. measles money cares Piccadilly-an this is exciting. Butr
4 Nut 12 I high holidays. He remembers that it never win take Cv' place of the
v #: Wrilt ate hea.1T Jewd her last tired and and
Nat lGms I look gray real values of fife; U sever will fifl
:. .\ r Ned ISI'Q "E1ecuie 51.Sets I' glad to close Lest eyes, was for him. I a man's or a woman's soul with the'

a a 'y \c Nest :IS Pnse.-Pw PrSser-Roa.f es Table Ug Mess Nor is this one-mfflioRth part of deep content the trembling pride, -

r' ';..t l. :;' '_" Nut IS JOO J'riRe-TCIi Dotar 8Is what the unmarried lose and never the fears and hopes, despairs and:
'; Nest
know: they lose. rict.ories.that are true marriage. If
Marriage Sbosld Be Qancroos I never win give them tbe faithful

MOTOR CLIANER For I don't think they are to firm clasp of another- hand oe
OIL A blame. I think it's the married folk t theirs,..fat xkkacss. aDoLhe h.::,for"
FRAM who are to blame. I don't think they richer: or poorer for better. oGems
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We have I The claaa is small bat we
tttmfod JaVrary
I Qltrmaol i HMd-t1Iart.. for the ta.t4r .It
sad Mrs.
Wallace Constructing :|1 Mr. Walters to investigate the coflrittin i fate teen sawMtiad a* the Sa feMed .t IItr. as follows. are willing to help any aod ervjryone

} '''at agreed Lakeport with a poastMlity or I I> **&&... Hotel attt a taut fetes. PreskHet-DcN1s Griffith- I !
New Duplex Apartme HcDaffto. "ThiTahove havedfepta -
recreatiOM VleaPtteaileaiCatkket: committees wijl
closing the school. .\ deeiaio wa!i eating business and i
I for of MIle intereatmr hooks
reached the following day to efos. I program ha* bees arranged : ?*
R. Wallace a contractor from remainder of tie week. the event.Florida's. Sec. and Treas.-Jimmie Click. I on certain events Fur ewmpit like
I I Clifton Hill Mo 11 ho came here I for the I I --- Reyotter-Elsie Story. I'. Thanksgiving, Christmas, -etc. Tht

last year, bought lots oa Avenue S I Ii Lets- I Uaibw iadvatrie Pm.Aft0.9M \V. want to please the people in I library has a boob
I ad erected one boWIe which Is I County Board $ a year into the poeketi tow aa veil as the students, and for all readers nUmbeEof to on
i Mr. ad Mrs. E. and other red- have elected I some or all
i I j now occupied by 1 of oar landowners iB older to do so we
; 1L Itoylea, recently rolprnyd frvtatt I Ii Continued from Page Itunder dent, directly or indirectly.The : the following committees: ]I
i a to Missouri and h*% bepB I advlsememt. The board reeeattly -J I Eatenateaest Committee-Jlm- P.-T. A. NEWS t

i i t A* ceswtrvctioB of a Hrtx anit at gave the cMy J10..0. for ordeal tree. a native of tfe I ale CHtk and Elsie Story ; Among some of the projeda,

: ; 1 the earner of Arena N aid ntrd I Ii M, in fovroviog drainage am Florida keys, prodaces A boaattft Program Cos caftt... JUMate rthmed at P.-T. A. was the need
I t Street.Leaher. I It pimping facilities. wood bat is extremely poisoMH. I Click sad Ride Story. I II If of records for the school Rie .-

t for the duplex was i ob-I Dr. H. W. Hollingsworth, _DtY: Even touching it will cause skit I D e ratig Committee Elisabeth;: ly Mrs. Thomas Gaskims seat a* \
tatted from surplus 'gavernnx uti health officer appeared before the irritation I I and Cathbm.Rrebawl. '' alhsm of beautiful selectioaa hy '
; buildings purchased: at ebrtng.t board made a report on progressof I Commute*-Mildred!I' Phi Sottatay's orchestra. These
i the health unit and said that a Methodist Leader To and CvtUwrtBvlictiB I selections are greatly aBpneiatcd

t County To Get Truck nurse mould be available soon to Board-EMa* tt Hif1j and we are tare they will be e*.
be located in Moore Haven to serve Speak Here On Sunday Mildred. 'I toyed hy everyone. This alMa wiH

; ;- From War Assets both Glades and Hendry counties. PuWidty-Ehle. 'I' also add greatly to oar m taCIt J needed -

Members of the school board appeared (Clewiston News) Art-Jimmie and Elizabeth. collection of records.

; J. E. Frierson. chairman of I IF the asking that the county hell Dr. John G. Stradley, district I

beard of county commissioners w.as to obtain some work on the Lake- superintendent of the Lakeland -
notified yesterday by the War A&- port road so that the children could district of Methodist Churches will, I

,r ;; sets office ia West Palm Beach be brought from that area to school preach in Clewiston Sunday night i . tip for .Ice-bo)Ii; raiders
that a track was being sent here 1 for and a strongly worded letter wa at 8 p. m. Dr. Stradley will also I
hnrffcaae repair work. He was i aIM drafted to the State Road Depart- officiate at the midyear conferenceof
tU that a dragline had been ment. Moore Haven and Clewiston I

fu4 that he would be cointnafeated A petition was presented signedby Methodists on the same date. II I Chocolate Milk:
i : with later in..- regard to about a hundred voters asking I All members are urged to be i
,, He procstreateat that the county be closed this year present at the meeting In Clewiston I

The pity has had ne...reply to i its to the killing of all game except Sunday night Oct. 1%, to hear this;I I: t.
request for a small dragline undN' ducks and dotes and a resolution speaker, and are requested to bring

I this pregrsm.I asking for the closing was adopted their friends. I
and sent to the State Game and COOPERATING MOTHER WHO 1EEP4
''I Fresh Water Fish Commission. School Daze- I .
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Florida Press Ass'n.Changes (Continued from Page 1) ALFAK CHOCOLATE MILK.
( from Page 1)
have a new Home EC. teacher ar- I
Board of Health appeared before the' Meeting DateST.
: riving nest week.: Here's hoping
board and asked for fall city per-I she comes. I I N That good deep chocolate flavor, blended with *H the gvodBtf

operation in enforcing the laws PETERSBURG, Oct. 8 Glenora McDnffie is back to'I of Alfar )(ilk. All the element of nourishment and energy sealed
tatetog to adequate septic tanks or after spending weekin that will please -1' palate Oh boy. lf- the
(FNS)-Dates for. the annual contention school now in, plus a flavor
where running wa-
Military toilets of the Florida Press Association Lake Placid: due to the affects most delicious plunder jou ever saw for pilferers on the prewL
ter is not available. Mayor F. 1 1Yatn D.
originally scheduled to'be which the storm left behind.
severed them of complete sup-;
t held here November 7-8-9. The Sophomores have
and commended them for their :
pert November discussions In Home Room as to
lave been changed to
clear unsanitary poi M\ERAL BOTTLES TODAY
efforts to up ORDER
14-15-16, one week later, it was what we will do with the extra 15
in some eeittons. I
dittos which prevail
announced by Russell Kay secretary to 20 minutes in the morning after
following a conference with our devotions. Should we study or I
Pat Flanagan, Florida Power Corporation -I have some kind of special program!I
School Faculty Is- local arrangements chair- we have decided that two mornings I II
I each week the students will take,
(Continued from Page 1) nan.Mr.. Kay said the change was:I turn-about and carry on a general i

voice and will begin the formation irged by President Lloyd Herrin, discussion on any topic they choose.i.
:j of a school glee club at once; also publisher of the Callahan News, The other three mornings we will .
that the earlier continue to use it as a study period.
I a tonette band for the little folks when it developed Plane 7173
{ He has continued to hold ban late conflicted with the Georgia-i 426 Flamingo; Drive

I practices this week despite the clol-j: Florida football game in Jacksonville LIBRARY CLTO WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
: lag of the school temporarily. I which many publishers (By Elsie Mae Story) I
Completing the faculty will be fanned to attend. The library science students have

3 Hiss Liswa Ellerbe who will arrii 1 a-
', f Sunday from South Carolina to bgin -
.her duties as home economics

School Instructor.Board Sets- Pay Only The :

(Continued from Page It .
'oateod> are from districts 4 and

5, North La Belle and Lakepor
District 4 Is commissioner district

: while S is the same as comma Delivered PriceFor
stoner The district Governor's 5. appointees will I Low

t serve uatil reelected: or replaced at
:' the regalar election next year-ni-

til January 1949.
i -1 The board voted to boy film strip
i and slide machine for the Tlsni
education department of the sehoc Your New

and are also planning on buying a

j new film projector for this departrnent. -
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It was Toted to advertise for sal
j '; the Palmdale school property, . and enjoy the full benefits ofBIGCAR

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your new' 1947 Chevrolet from as. Buy It where you
are asked to pay only the low delivered price-and not a single CHEVROLET DELIVERED
penny more! That's the American way-that's your way- #
i i I f I' Sunday and Monday and that' our way as welL CLEWISTON and MOORE HAVEN

True, you may have to wait a little while for delivery, butyou'll FLEETMASTER SERIES
Elizabeth Taylor
save a lot of money by purchasing your Chevrolet
i I' in us at the low price, instead of paying a premium price to some- Coupe
Murphy one else Just for the sake of getting a bit sooner. Business Coupe ,__?1,2724 !:Sedan -$198.50

"Cynthia"Tuesday Obviously, It', wiser to save a lot of money on your new 5-Passenger Coupe 1314.50 Sport Sedan. -- 1,457.50
car investment than it is to save a little time on your new car Town Sedan 1,831.50 Cabriolet 1,762.50
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I delivery. theSport Sedan .---.-.- 1,388.50 Station Wagon -.. 2,026,00
Moreover, we are receiving our fair share of ears from
1 and Wednesday Chevrolet factory, which is out-producing all other maker*- SERIESand
we are filling orders at the low delivered price, day after day '
; Allen week after week-we doing level best to get ears to
Dick Haymes and VEra are our
Aerosedan ... $1.425.50the
you and to all who hare ordered them-and 80, even though ---- -

in Technicolor demand still exceeds the supply yon may not hare to wait Sportmaster -------- 1,483.50
so very long for your ear after all
: "Carnival Costa sneie delivered price tadade Federal excise Ux and license. Any
That's why we say-pay only the low delivered price and equipment or acremorie are extra. price ablest to
Rica"Thursday enjoy the full benefits of BIG-CAR QUALITY: AT LOWEsT change without notice.
COST. And.-yes--we'll get In touch with you the very moment
I your new Chevrolet is ready for delivery?

k.. and Friday
l Maureen Still the Lowest-Priced Line In the Low-Price FieW
;, Cornel Wilde

O'Hara in

:: "Homestretch"la Technicolor Christian Chevrolet; ,


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