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 24, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00214

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10I.IMK :"'o-:M.MHHC SAS MOOI'.K IIKH.0iil: >.\, tKlim, OCTOIILK _21,_1847 _, _SUBSCltlFTIOR. fiao__FfcJt_.1EAB.

Flood Control Meeting Diston Island Levee Fate of Net FishermenIn

Breaks Second Time III

Is Called For TonightCattlemen's }I At Shawnee_Farm I Hands of High Court

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I Another serious flood threat to a

Committee County Obtains WAA : large acreage of farm lands in the Lake Level Still Supreme Court Studying

county was posed by the breakingof

Drafting Plans For Equipment for Flood the Distoa Island levee at Shawnee Believed Rising Evidence Presented At i

Farms early Thursday morning -
Overall Monday Hearing
Relief Control OperationsA near the farm Tillage The Continued showers ia the lake
break is said to be between forty
and ia the Lake Okcethebee
The already and sixty feet hi length and ha area The all-important Supreme Court
recently organised flood con-: half-yard dragline has watershed while not general, haTe
put all of the farm east of hearing on commercial fishing oper-
tfsd __tHe of the State Cattle-j 1 been delivered here by acreage added enough water to preveat that
highway 78 under two or three ations ia Lake Okeechboee and the
#d'a Aesoclatioa. formed by preei-j Asset Administration, as requested heped-for stabilization of the levelof
feet ef water. St. Johns Hirer was held on Monday
jeiatly by the board of county eomtnfeloB Lake Okeechobee thin week and,
.stl/t Irfc BTOMWI ef JIestslmeeNMswing and the court justices are now
rs and Dteton Island Drainage This i, the second break of this indications are that the .rise sttii
the evidence and
Studying of
a recent nteetlsg in Okee- mass
levee over which water Is pumpedby
District for flood control work continues even though very
able reader decision -
not to a
-e...... h making pass fer 1.111 through J. E. Frierson, chairman Shawnee Faras, the first coming ly. may
for a week or ten days
e+.....u plan for combatting such of both board A truck to service Just after the September hurricane The lake level here stood at Slo"-I II. G. Stewart, Lakeport fish dealer -

; tad.< M4Uk>fts M now exist for the! this machine and a bull-dozer are and was only repaired with MSL this morning which Is attended the hearing and said

..... tears and a meeting has: also promised and should be on. considerable difficulty. The water Okeechobee datum. the usual that consisted largely of presentation -

basal 1kod by the Glares County hand soon. Some work is said to back of this levee between it and od of figuring the elevation. This) of legal briefs and arguments

i k- ........ eesaan, Fred Moatedeoca of be required before the dragline will the main government levee has is still a foot and a half under the i! by the opposing counsel for
risen higher as the lake level raised high mark of 1912 but Is .h- '
Brfghtob at the courthouse at eight be ready for operation.The thsi! the fishermen and for the -State
and through puraptag and the torrential of a foot above the modem high
". to discuss Glades made application for
!:- city a Game and. Fresh Water FUlH Commission e
r rains which struck Clewlston mark of 19.7 set In lU6.
OxwMy's part of this plan small dragline at the same time but whose baa closed the lake
and this farm area a little this {
It is expected to be
Mayor F. D. lava was in the office several first
Afc growers, rankers, business caused the to seining operations the of
side on Wednesday months after stabilization beferi* Vie
of the WAA in West Palm ;
UMI sad property owners are urged last October.
sodden dike to crumble.A lake level be reduced ] sufficiently -
Beach this week: and was told that can :
:y t. attend this meeting and participate block has been built at another Several different test cases involving *
to improve eonditiom in
:. in the discussion and the; the application had been approvedas outlet to the area and the water the various legal angles of
i-. ""' .g. number two on the list but over off the Bare Beach-Lakeport area the question were presented with
table Is being permitted to level
There are sixteen countita. affect- looked in the files. It is expected will be better able each of the attorneys for the commercial -
M that draglines
the that some word will come through Typhoid Clinic For
wI by floods represented on to cope with the situation. Floodwaters fishermen arguing different
,. the committee and It I* understood from this machine very soon. Ap- the sections. These involve the legislative
are largely confined to Shawnee Farms To
that one of the first moves will beta plication has also been made for a area east of the old Moore Haven- acts of last spring which sought

> employ a capable executive secretary power unit for emergency use on Clewlsten road. No estimate has Start Here Today | to give the fishermen a chance to
::1 one of the city pumps, the unit or- '
to coordinate the planningand yet been made of the time which resume operations; the original acts
push it through to completion. dered not yet being available for will\ be required to repair this - the'' which gave the State Conservation
delivery. Mrs E. H. Boyles, clerk in I Board Jurisdiction over the waters
,. break and pump the water off this .
II.UTIsMALRev. SERVICE -- --- -- office of the county health unit. involved; and an attack oa the constitutionality -
JOINS SORORITY I stated this morning that the new of the amendment

. John A. Moore. pastor of ble.ater conditions at Shawnee which created the fish and game

E l' the Baptist Church announced this Miss Wanda Yoder. daughter of Make Your Plans Farms, caused by a-second breaking commission.

r week that there would be a baptismal Mr. and Mrs. R. P, Yoder of Moore of the levees there. had put this Stewart said, after hearing most

e service at the church Sunday Haven, became a member of the To Attend The PT. A. village under more than two feet of the evidence that he still has avery

night. Candidates for baptism Beta Phi Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha of water and an emergency clinic optimistic outlook and that he

t are Mrs. R. E. Jordan, Julia Sorority at initiation ceremonies for typhoid would be started today. bli T_ the fishermen will win at

r Mae JoYdan. Ann- Crews. Grace Bait Wednesday evening at Stetson University CARNIVALAt About UO persons are expected to least a compromise which will per-

, and Helen Hadle,. where she Is a student. be given their first shots. mit them to continue to ply their

.._---------------- .. The School Campus Dr. R. w. Hoiiinnworth, county trade and obtain HveUUp44* from '

>EIT FBIDIV: NiGHT, ," health officer4 will netajke Ala 5 ieWng.. :and trappfni.potations..
usual Visit today as fte" I*, attending The problem hasTesolved'' itself

rWeather Delays Start I MKB IT A S4FE, S.\XS' AND I a state meeting in "Gainesville but,, into a very serious one, locally, for

a nurse from Sebring, has been contacted -I ia the thickly populated Bar
and will conduct the clinic.1 Beach area lake waters have risen

Of Harvest To Nov. 10 I Any others who failed to take so high that ridge homes are seriously -

these shots recently at the countywide threatened and farm and pasture

-- Alderman Sells Fish
.{. Date, Is Set Forward By! Fishermen Still I i Camp To R._ E. L. SmithJ. they so desire. I many months to come.

Vaughn After I| Are Flocking To I, B. Alderman owner and operator ' Election November 8th ForCoiiscrvatioii

Cloudburst i t Dewey's Camp Here |I Of the camp which has borne I
his name for several years near the
levee crossing on the Lakepor
The cloudburst which struck A constant stream of sport fllber-I R.
equipment to
brought I road has sold -
Cfewiaton Wednesday and men. first attracted here -

more than six and a half inches of unusually fine bass fishing E.the L.camp.Smith who is now operating I and Mrs. Clark i Five Supervisors To Be

rain 1 I' some sections of town, also ing the September hurricane are 1 I
brought near an Inch of rain in still flocking here to Dewey's Campin undated Because the high former lake location boats!! Die Day Apart In Named from EightCandidates

the surrounding area ands the south aide of the town on
molt of I have been moved to the channel at LaBelle This WeekLee
has inundated cane fields which. the Caloosahatchee Canal. The
the mouth of Culvert 5 a short distance
were expected would be dry enough camp was purchased by Mr. and

to begin harvesting so that the I Mrs. Dewey Tompkins Just prior southwest. H. CUYk 13, died suddenly A legal notice in this issue call

sugar house might begin grinding I to the September storm and was Mr Alderman has returned toj Tuesday afternoon of this week at attention to the election to be held

on November .. formerly known as Williams' Camp. Clewiston and is planning to open three o'clock at the home of his on November S for the naming of

As a consequence Harry T. I A list of fishing visitors for the a Selt-Service laundry in that city I son-in-law and daughter Mr. and five supervisors for th Ln, w Glades

Vaughn, vice-president of the cor- past week includes: Dr. J. E. liar-I Mrs. Van Burke where he had lived County Soil Conservation District

poration in charge of productionI ris. Dr. Davis Revision. Frank Open House Is Held for the past twelve years. from the eight candidates for,whom

announced yesterday that the har- Diliinger, A. E. Stone and son Ar I The following clay, oa Wednesday petitions of eandld'acy have '\ bean

i1 test season' would be set forward a thur. Mr. and Mrs M. V. Bryan AtVoman'. Club at eleven o'clock a. m.. Mrs. Clark ffled. '.

'- all week to begin November 10- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing, Mr his wife, 15 years of age. died following -
The eight candidate
Thursday are: Fred
The sugar house will begin operations and Mrs. Hugh Boyd, Sarasota;I a long illness. Mrs. Clark M. Coyner. Ortoaa; William H. I

the following day. Police Chief W. L. Oxford, John: was reportedly unconscious at_ the
Woman's Club Peeplea. Moore Haven: C, P. Lykes.
The Moore Haven time of her husband's death.Mr. .
WeUnant wee Tyler
Itree break caused by Graves. Bobby i ...
The only House meeting yesterday Brighton; David G. click 0. I
Its Open
I held
Palmetto Col. C. J. Moon, CoL and Mrs. Clark were the stepfather -
c" the torrential rain was at Shawnee afternoon at the clubhouse ton; H. G. Stewart, Lakeport Dell !
Farms where the recently repaired Wm. Waite Col. P. R. Postlewalte.I with good attendance.Mrs. and mother of Bert C. Dyess C. Mitchell.; Moore Havea. W. B. .
Walter Bandy. Major Gen John II. a I I of Lakeport Mrs. Ralph Purvis of
island levee way early Norton.
: Distoa gave I Frances Hardy presided Inthe Lakeport; J. J. BlgdlU,
morning with a break between Hester. Mr. McGraw Police Chief LaBelle and J, T. Dyers of Alva. LaBelle. *
Thursday I Io absence of Mrs. W. F. Muller
feet In width' Clyde Benton, English Deschamps.Bob .! Mrs. Burke was the daughter of Mr. 1
forty and sixty Davis Henry LaParte. O. D.i and Mrs D. M. Draughn had charge Clark. The new conservation district \
and plunged this plantation again of the program on the history of embrace all of Glades County and j
Dykes, Judge Sanders Bradenton; Joint funeral services were held
water. Shawnee -
under several feet of I I the local club. i all are qualified to vote ia this election
W. E. )Iti -
J. M. Haymes. Samoset. Thursday afternoon in the Fort
Farms is the largest Independent of the club who
Because almost .are duly Qualified county J.
Call, Sr.. Oneco; Dr. E. S. Gilmer. Denaud cemetery.
furnishing cane i
cane grower 0It, tn
records were destroyed or voters and are property owners ia
to the sugar corporation under con- Tampa. history of the club was largely from the county.
( The Orange State OH Company TWO LOCAL GIRLS ATSOt'TN
II tract. )1 the memory and a few old records GlX>RGtCOLLEGE Polling places will be at Feagle'sborne J
Bradenton entertained their employees
of {I available. Mrs C. C. Klutts. in North LaBelle; Stalls store

;.. Coast Line BeginsConstruction the on a fishing Jimmie trip arranged Steele 1 I who bu been a member of the Misses Mary hi. Draagha and; ia Palmdale; Compton's store In {

by manager. Lee Craft| local club the longest ot anyone I Margaret Van Oe Velde from Moore I Lakeport and court hous, Moore !

Of Those present J.were M. Champlain::1 I belonging reported first on the Haven have enrolled at South;' Haven. Polls will be 'open, >;ronz t ;.

Harry Taylor i+ club years from 191C. when it was Georgia College. Douglas Ga. for: nine In the morning until Crla C!
Branch Morrison Brown Parrish, ;
Okeelanta James i:organized, until 1S2C. Mrs. C. H. the fall quarter, 1947. t rUle afternoon. :
I W. O. Phillips H. W. I
Settle reported from that date until South Georgia College began Us: Election of tils board .f supervisors '.:
; Phil Evans. t
Work m.-- the Atlantic: and I the present time and gave aa overall -I fall term oa September IT with the to conduct the business of 'iil

Coast Line Railway are now at -- picture of club activities. Mrs.I largest enrollment ia its history. As: the district: Is the flail step ia making -

work on the construction of the the Coast Line, said this week that I Fred A. Flanders gave the historyof of October 2. 1147. a total of 521, the soil conservation district aa

new branch line to the Okeelanta torlly although the flood conditions the Library and the various students tad enrolled. Of thisl' active organization. :, '

Sugar Refinery permit for which I I the work is progressing mores made by the club during the number, 23ft are veterans of World'

was linn a few weeks ago by the,I I have interfered to a tatllfat--I years it has been ia existence. Mrs. War II, 227 men and J women: Farnam Constructing -
Interstate Commerce Commissionafter with the progress of the . Draughn then completed the history JJS are non-veteraa students ITS' 1g

a long debate. i set-off track should be complete Ini I by giving the story of how the present men and 123 women. New Building Here _

The work Is in charge of A. J. about three weeks when work wlllj clubhouse was secured and Most of the student enrolled at -

Stewart ACL engineer and at present be started on the branch line. I furnished. All reports were thor South Georgia College come from I -
George Lundaulst beats tab
the crews are constructing a The sew line leave the present oughly enjoyed by all. particularly South Georgia, although a large
:SM-foot Mt-ott track for materialsat line about five miles from Clewls-! the new members. number located''the construction of a' concrete blockbuilding.
come from '
place 20 19 ba the sit of the
x *
about the point where the new ton and goes almost straight south The hostesses Mrs. Frances Har outside )
ot GeordaU
I are from old concrete bowling alleys for Robert -
branch leaves the Oe..tstou.LakeJtarbor {I I for nine miles and then east seven dy. Mrs. J. & Aly and Mrs. K. J. Florida, 4 from .Alabama 3 from Farnam. It 1* designed with a
line. Three work trains are miles to the Okeelanta laat.I Baumgardner served refreshments Nona li .
from Cuba, ,small room at the front"asd a large
dirt for the till from a to the following members and '; .
hauling I i from South Carolina; 1" from Vlrtlnia room at the back. Inline.'larger of
I Make your plans to attend the, Mrs Draaghn. Mrs. Settle
ae.ar"eI1111. guests "
1 from
point Ohio and 1 from) which Mr. Farsam expecta 10 malt-

B )I. Seale. general agent for Halloween Carnival ,i I (Continued oa rage I) ;I Vermont I I Lama a pool and bfflard.room.li .


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., ,"Did Got in Bun your family ever Specialist-This eccentricity you:''
sflIJJiu speak of in your daughter-isn't ;,
t ;, : Food-for Thou&btOBSERVERS make"Only a brilliant my wife." it, after afl, a matter of heredity?';

i It in and out of I Mother (severely)-No. url I'd .

here are skeptical No Score have you know there never was" ,"
t and somewhat pessimis- Hertbtilbt eodjofArdnktURMmmj, any heredity in our family!

tic over the ultimate successof Who Ufkbd tin fotb tnttttJ l tbtdummy

any voluntary plan askingthe Agreeable ":
you prove that
American people to tighten their Ruled Out '
the hypotenuse is equal to the :
I belts in order to save food for Europe's "I sent my picture to the Lone- sum
; of the squares of the two sides. .
I foodless millions. ly Hearts, club but they sent it of this triangle ",
'1 Ait This pessimism was due not so back with a note."
Student-No, sir. But rm winIng _
much to any belief that the Amen- "What did the note say? to admit it.HOTI.
; can people as a whole would not be "We're not that lonely."
willing to make the sacrifice, but

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Ik 1NliMfL I Jackson's Death I II -

C tii. Stonewall Jackson did not die :

L : :.". I on the battlefield. The Confederate Women In Tony .Ws 1 nov ..
r v general was wounded by his own functional "mMdleHt pe gd eqi.
Ur to
r women pwepus to su: -
it hoe
-.. :. men on a reconnaissance during ISacIie, cerrou*.
the battle of Chancellorsville on tired recIlocsT Then to try
Ptnkn.m's .
; rentable tkr
a r :; May 2, 1863. He died eight days I relies arch ermDioma na upouad Jaaeay to
in little frame house at i tor that purpo.el
I a
Rgulaily-Rnkhurt Caur
M. 8'.; Guinea Station. Va. pound belps buns tra tectR ae*
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//1- I "f!" \ I I plrt / .tom.eals tcIfUc. wefts Vrtnslrtzt- .}

over the futility of asking them to gLFLILwLI + J
make the effort and then see it go -
r bN for naught while the profiteers and
I speculators continued to reap a har- I Kidneys MusiI

in based the miseryin i
vest profits on .
I Europe. I I Work We! !

They pointed first to the actions Foe Yost T.Feel a'CII

of the leading grain exchanges U boarws = tv ti5 T..t:1 I
in at first refusing to o.wk.mttar fro.:t W.... .
acquiesce to a government request cEnsto U a n people wn a_.(a** requiring double margin :J"zw.&t:-a t odds+r .dr tad':;='!
requirements in grain specula taaa.t ..., h tile blued
witiort taj nr Utioe -ta, .... wall4b. !
tion. They also pointed to the I b.tt.r- a.dswaadbe M OS. I III-
effect on the price of foodstuffs I with Swedish Steel Blades whole .,...Y.poet trMa kid..?.Ma
f1uIdIoe ,
as a result of President TruI I I p.p.by.Bwsiatt -toe e.po.....
MEATLESS BUT NOT FISIXLESS . Joseph Prouke of Chicago Is man's simple announcement of I Jd.allor Home and farm! Tke KnMtnoM van tae wesbbK1s .
pictured here as he weighs in an extra supply of red snappers for one a SCO million bushel grain ex- all purpose saw lor fire woodcutting abe wr..a., Madaekca Y..j..t..sttLZ, imrnm. tie.awi.b.
of the now famous meatless Tuesdays-days when fish sales go swim- port goal, for immediately I tree trimming and general ,.1-,punt. op as.ithtaaabT.
mingly. :Meatless Tuesday, as part of President Truman's food con prices of grain livestock and i rough wo:L High Speed 'Ii.was, ..t o IH4iciH tI7 De-rase..dd'. P.5. Y.. aubs aMeo..ary

servation program, Is coupled with poultryless and eggless Thursdayto most other food commodities and Smooth Cutting Stays sharp ;.sae.YBi..butb.fa...
make up America's effort to help alleviate hunger in Europe. leaped upwards to the limit per- i longer Available 24.30.36. Uom cab M*ot ,bdatri.......M w4 nx M>tram Oam tbUovd. Is.
mitted. 42. 48 inch length frame and They .- .. allldoboC k......
I Ges 0...'. ....sq. v. it os5dew.
dl b ei replaceable Swedish blade At aB 4ratDOANSPlLLS__ _...
I Ir Prices of grain don't Just raise
>> themselves. Men raise them and "I leading HardWt Stores '

men who raise prices, speculating
on future deliveries to aid starving J
people are making huge profits on -

i the foods we are giving to these .i BUT U. S. SAYINGS BO.ND&
people. If this condition is permitted .
I and the government is pow- '"
I erless to prevent it without action I
I by congress how observers point
I __ out, can the public generally be
asked in all conscience to sacrifice.
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Then ubtn Hit grntrtl pnbltt U asked
to Mr babel of grmn for the ttervtrngPtoplet
of Europe ut bIn tbt fiutttrt of
I the brewers ond duttlltrt of tbt nmttonbuying
*p bug qmntttut of gram M tntutptUon TRADEMARKFLASHLIGHT
of poinblt lamt
nU on pea
.. 6 I, for sUobobc pin-pout. During tbt fiieJ BATTERIES
yea tndtng Junt 30. 1947. 66.788'MObntbtlt
of torn sad 85.9 58 AW bbl
of b I 4J35JOOO butbeli of eye *mJ J.BlloOO6..b,1I /16w% g3/G
of gran torgbmmt went tnto tbs $/
II -..afsdoo.1 ., ,", l.kebol tad ,

UNION CHIEF AT CO-OP STORE . Walter Reuther president of ItUtJ fnj ftrmtnttd. .kqmorj.j .
I United Automobile Workers union (CIO), is shown with his wife, May, ,
and their daughter, Linda, as they carried weekly supply of groceriesfrom i Diversion Here TooIn { :-:"
: the cooperative grocery store operated by local 400 of the U.A.W. Enough Energy to '
I in Highland Park, Mich. Store was set up by union to sell goods in addition 90 million bushels of Bar!Tigs Daring Miss '
I case lots wholesale prices as a method of resisting soaring living wheat were fed to livestock to make OrerlWFEETlpounds -k-
costs. I delectable steaks and other meats r ;
for the tables of those able to pay Imapee-ebepdwdahs110 g.. 3
I from TO cents to $1 a pound for beef Yet die total energy -i:
U and pork. Grass fed beef certainly m ODe cdt-properir day"Ireremdy"expeadedu Casblijht x .; -
would be good for ::
enough the average
eqnal to the cnarse that .
family for a year until the crisisIn ends bet Criog vp-op-orer
the European food situation could die sa.py.ad.aot,to land ". ,
be met and observers point out that emu 100 tea awiy.u '
s'C with per capita consumption of alcohol
at an all-time high most certainly
7 grains could be diverted for a US
time from alcoholic drinks without IMf'! -

people.any great loss to the American :

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1 I z xs. eta Of t.mn., Jt th dtmond for food it Is eT."the y e.eny., ..s ago..__- acerb_ .
not deist to bmrt tbt Amntn firmer si.nt .. .Lt.GlIIriPcIipc. wbits
Sod isles tUUtttfl from tbt jprtmtnl .u4 Irl yawn for thewse
Of ttncmlimrt, mditttt the fnt tneomrM s.. _. ..a..h 10ftP
1947 trill top tbt 23 hOton dolts
5+'i' 't! 2i t.r. Mr*. LMtt yew a r.s mbont 2) billion ACtID with sew dye r
.4- dotttn In 1940 a .,.r U bOEom..*f rt ..ale power..dazzlilll
swab 19)).-a tea obomt 4 bile perfonKiace.Mdmrable be-
tI form mortgttn acv Sold % bill;, d,L r rlashlishtten.y'v.rar's e
I i RI Itrt oi ,omptnd to 10 billie before tbt "'EYUad1iaht ,-....
wsebi.# form istrtt tout 111 & &_ beaer: e. JVa dae ;
doUon a tampered to 99 bilLon ltd yaw area- eaerp
MJ4 billies ttfort the vor. Thais a 93% MO**, o.er -- -
s w; fi"a . the great record made by predonbU N2; 5
"E -
sot EveRrd Cldb..8ead1
Election Issues dx life Gllipc. Tee

z3i .:..' Although it is a year before the TO*pT E005.IS..etr. .
'k national election in November 1948
s main issues already are settled-

1 { proms wing, taxes, labor and .... a4'sfr'iw q'. deMrr-

:, foreign affairs. NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, INC.
-; Although we have a vaunted bi- 30 East Cad Street.New York
J t \ partisan foreign policy Senator Tafton 7.5.1 V....C.bii.
; I his western swing has criticized s Cwp di..
the administration on foreign affairs a i
and it is so interlaced with domestic

affairs partisanship is hard to keep
: 1 -- out ef the picture. Then there
I WOftLD'S MATCH-MAKES .. .one faHleu Otte Krueger is dead kwitfc local issues: such as reclamation are
.Svtdfeh match industry is aWl the heart .* ne .* the wU' largttt rest control, veterans affairs! valley,.
4 I\I umMrri. la fact, tw eat *f every three peneu M the globe use authorities farm subsidies and universal
;, : Ka nilfliri This modem and efficient machine to ft match factory at military service which on- j
0 LUkMlBC, Swedea, Is one of the reasws why the combine cia make doubted aria .be.campaign issues
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pleasure Everybody in some is able way.to give One Food Program Off to Wobbly Start; ileAwhi

person may do it by coming

into out. a room- another by going i Comintern Brings Jitters to U. S.; i.

The ,hibo Help Needed Could It Be?
question should have pops to the Railroads Get Freight Rate Boost Employee-Could I have tomor- r First Boy (looking at mummy '>
and question jo row off to help my wife with the in museum) Wonder what this
pop. I housecleaning? sign "1187 B. C."
i means.
.Released by WNU futuresrtDIToa'a 1 I
miser deprives himself II I Boss-No. We're much too busy. Second Boy-Bet it's the license
of NOTE W\n ....... .. .. .,
everything far fear that 1h.\en t.....,.r 1:..'. assn are asalysia eiyrete as.! sat tteee..._.t."s rIl7 .J O.Y this .te s....0..,...1 I Employee Thank you sir, 11,I number of the car that hit him.
some day he be :
may deprived knew I could count on you. i I -

of something. +. 0.7 a .ctw7fo. a.w | Not To. Particular

Airplanes can now be had L uraa.co. Contrary to popular belief, <*;. A* tttrtclnt f *ng .coscel
on the hire system. Or should water, taken in .moderation, will ...u tin hotel lobby -* ......
it be on the higher system? have DO ill effects on the con Sin uereel to k* looking for tomtom*.
( "g u.s.LL sumer. Tb helpful ,..., jW V"H W ootn
Why isn't man as sleepy at ...r.ezfalo noticing her sally sUfpt *P to her
bedtime as he is when it is frL : sad sktJ, 'P rjfn mt, ere yo. looking -
time to get 09? + Repeat for tomt p" rUfuUr pen*}"
"' r' 0&Tt He-Say you love me, darling. Tm muff*,' she plied, 7/ yom
FRANCE usrc t i i She-You love me. I 1 1I 1-

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,o., .ors a1Ata SfsPLN I

Your Children L -

have The nine countries indicated here hare keen listed by Moscow as I U you have forgotten to enclose 1 f Sweater belts should be measured -
COUGHS having representation in the organization of a re-established Communist I some article in your letter, you : before washing. Then they

international (Comintern). Black areas are Soviet satellites, I can reopen the envelope by lay|I can be stretched and pinned to the
. .DUE TO COLDS shaded areas are Russian-occupied sections of Germany and Austria, ing a wet cloth over the flap and i i'1 exact size before drying.
and countries marked with Soviet symbol are included by the Bossians pressing with a warm iron. i -.-
in what they believe to be their rightful sphere in Europe. .
Empty the cleaner
t vacuum bag
GIVE THEM GOO .TASTIHG Glue rubber washers to the bottom frequently. An excessive accu-

SCOTt'S EMULSION SIX MONTHS SECURITY RISKS: of your dish-pan with water- mutation of dirt impairs the suction -

Bepi build tUmlit kelps kilUrofeUMM No Peace Mind proof airplane glue. This will hold i,- of the cleaner.
to olds. If yooaoten doe? I How No Meat? o/ the dish-pan steady in the sink I
let mooch fat r.i Aao VttamlutSeotTt -
and win
Communism particularly prevent black stains from
a Ugh I
:TWO TONIC"f CMTCT UVlUmiai Amid a certain amount of the revival of the Comintern in nine forming in the sink. The Moreltne.Mm.

t aia.of .at1oral AAD I weeping and wailing and less European countries, is taking its -.- i t guarantee*
aid .a. T7bttildinC ton in the U. S. by undermining the I Don't paint electric cords. Thisis f fatfbcttnalltr.
r BAtBTBl coil. &UVt I gnashing of teeth than usual, .
American of mind.
peace bad for rubber and promptly 2 or burns
taki. lIu r < ctontmmmtni President Truman's
it! Bay today I program That obvious fact has been given causes it to crack. minor cut*.
at Tour drug tto!. involving meatless Tuesdaysand added significance by the state department's -.-
eggless Thursdays lumbered disclosure that 4c )
1 sum- Make a syrup cf brown sugar s
MOlE than just a tookiftpowtrfuti tentatively through its first mary dismissal faces state depart- and a little butter or margarineand

i ishiswisi week. ment employes who are "habitual or serve it over cooked carrots -

Even the most ardent optimist close" associates of persons even i cut lengthwise. Or glaze the car I Buy u.S.Savings Bond!
could not can this phase of toe food "believed to be" Communists.I I rots in this syrup in a frying pan \
DDII conservation drive to help European plain language, that is a reversal j or in the oven. 1 You Can Be a PartnerNASAL
instantaneous success; however, of a fundamental principle of I-
it might improve with time. Anglo-American law-that a man is --- - -

And it was in the handwriting on judged innocent until he is proved :

fO COOL BURNS the wall that there would be con- guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. IRRITATION? I

siderable time, for administration: In fact, the state department in a
SCALDS CHAFING experts predicted that the days cf "security principles" document recently kss a thats a job for A and 'Aff/ttS
Quickly apply toothing and comforting voluntary self-denial would last for made public says specifically -
GRAS OINTMENT with that if there is "reasonable d the MENTHOLATUM iNS
iU wholesome antiseptic and UK- at least six months. a
tar aiding medication.Nothing else doubt" about a worker's loyalty the I II
President Truman himself has set
like it-nothing eo comforting !i, "department win be given the benefit !: .,..beingCCOYCr .
the dates for the interim emergency
pleasant for externally & ** of the doubt and the will
trouble. SSc Get a paekag today I i aid to Europe campaign-from De- be deemed a security risk.person"
cember 1 to March 31althoughthat
While idealists could
time limit was imposed specifically at
for the raising of 580 million length about abridgment" of "con I P
stitutional rights: few would deny
dollars in cash. Regarding the
that the state .
department simplywas
food conservation aspect, Charles 1 1I
Luckman. head of the citizens food playing it safe in the face of a

committee, said 'Our only idea is manifest danger. ,I

to do the Job until it is done. No 10 PER CENT 0
: Quick And BMdkatai oetrmU fee I
; vmpora p
time schedule has been set. MENTnv '?germ back te comfort irnUtad BanhnaM.

Secretary of Agriculture Clinton Freight Boost 1 Wbea nasty nasal triutka cork Vo UeathoUtaiB a'.1I< .
Anderson was a httle more definite. I np lour ixotnb,or IMVM now living clear yow bad..n the Baoraittrt
Freight transportation costs quivered Get MratboUtBBi today and hasp ]
dry cad nwramj. qnickl reach= for !
He pointed out that conservation to delicately and prepared to Me tboIaram.eoalaising cotatatta* bandy fan all aaaj gntfttmtt.us8 .
HiltQeau I 1,: save gram might be necessary untili take off like big birds as the Inter- I daoptxr end mmty M ntbtA Spreod tnjETu noT-csu IICiTliF2S.It : .
( I the winter wheat crop, now being state Commerce commission It.-dYiD s QUxk17
granted CU-COB nwrurcj ua aumUJflnm
faits tLLEF FIC" : planted begins to come in next woke te help thin oat thick manna
U. S. railroads an emergency 10
owdicitrd tub _ _
Then he offered
June July. a
increase 1I
pconpdr soothes iris cow per cent in freight rates. I
sated fpfft broodtoil faint hope with a hollow ring: The boost which applies to aQ

-lube-help*LooK nx coaahmt gi* MISERIES "Meatless days: are not in the picture commodities except coal, coke and hloRninc
indefinitely," he said. iron ore on which increases of 10

to 11 cents a ton were granted, was j COAL HEATER
The Eating Public pretty much what the railroads
1. (.174 Ps
Paulo opinion, it Jft flop*J, ...., f. wanted and will give them an addi- -
tzL from timltJi .. solid front ..hi.., tbt tional 125 million dollars in revenue Start a Fire But Once a Year!
S. SaoiltfJL &n.dJ. food onttnftion plat during the rest of 1947.

RitUurtnt optrfton uU tttir atstont- ICC authorized the 10 per cent Exclusive
tn area :trouvuf bt mtlttt 4pUtgglta raise as a kind cf "stopgap aid" I Patented Interior!!

lays.1Lfoss.1. until the board can act en the rail-
-" rttenttJ tit tgft&o road's major request for an overall i' Plenty of HEAT nt LOW COSt*
of nlttnUrj nttsltti TutUij boost of 27 per cent which has been
once they shad on gating fittrna mttt pending since September 5. : Y
foal or fat Jays .r r.h because they The carriers said the increasewas Do as more than a million have done
test fforJt to Off it ofttntr tlnn Ib.,. needed to offset higher
wage ...heat with a WARM MORNING...
The ponton ;..z.m., point1 ota ttt and equipment costs. the amazing coal
heater that has
if fury .** 9f the 140 mtUton ntUtmtt U S. railroads recently granted a become
., tin U, 5. vtrt to t* on Un eggs 15H per cent wage boost to a million a sensation throughout the
vetk, the goffmmfnt wall bIn to bay non-cperatag employes and Nation! Only heater of its kind ia theworld

600 miOion moitn tgf ..JP tin Utf rt they are faced with similar demands ExclUsive, patented interior.
fit gOftrvmtnt tnptoH of parity Plenty of healthful dependable heat
peer; onJl tin I"'mtJruJ, bold by operating personnel
M ttortf' itrtrfl million tffi .,mrfliatfft Meantime, the consumerpublicknew Substantial fuel savings. Easy to fire.
pmrckftttl to rapport \rm priftt. who would get the bill. Your homo is WARM every MORNING -

POISON when yor jret up regardless of
SOIL RESOURCES: : G; the weather. There's a model just

Depletion? 'Internal Life suited to your home needs ta.

ACt oeidproof piss dot? CoOtelor Hard cash isn't the only cost in- Henry Wallace has who unlike most Barns any kind of coaL coke or
an opinion
volved for American taxpayers in every
1sbe Trof b am exchtsire "S- briquets.
Star QaiEty Oil Filter feature. the government' program to export conceivable thing under the sun
billion bushels of wheat and came out with a new idea on the Start a fire but once a year.
Cant rot aol thus aH wtiea pu Is- a
to strained relations between the U. S. a. Heats an and '
ef the oil feed grains annually Europe. and Russia. day night witfeeet
stream. On eel f t t t1Isapetquality The invisible price which this na- refueling.
tion is paying is the possible depletion This mutual d-feeCng, be said, is a. Require less attention than
C a disease which is poisoning the
AC features for Aatmost of the soil resources on whichour most fllnlatn.a. .
"internal life of both countries."
eatise future food supply depends.
fprtectioa. The former vice- The lowest cost dependable best
During the war years, only about
president called the that can be boughtSMALL
half of the nitrogen taken from the "" recently established _

JOY WHERE YOU SET THIS SIGN son was replaced according to recent Comintern the .
studies. Only about half of the f/lt4t (d/
"iBOSt """'tftaV-
phosphorus removed was pot back.
one-thirtieth much able symptom we New HOMIS PUN BOOKIA
and less than as x3'
have had yet of the
potassium was added in the form of a split between the bug colortai IS- tn
commercial fertilizers as was removed United boot Cantata 12 bea.6tytassns .
MI MH usa tn run M by harvested crops. "States' and ?.souI bonus ? ... '..''
RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO Those facts denote a trend which ,. Russia. called desigasl by utioutly -
is what he m boo. a htpt fur hgi,
ultimateli': might lead directly to disease. w .. spece IIeIf8rS. :'=-;
untold acres of sterile son incapable Wallace AI far as the Ed ...
of producing the food In the amounts poisoning of "the internal life" of rag, -

I necessary for maintenance cf the the U. S. is concerned Wallace asserted ( prxtiaI."l":
American standard cf living. that it has reached point II.... + :k .
Already, the heavy drab on the here where "minions of people are d ems -i:;J -;:
mineral supply In the earth has afraid to speak their minds *w ync; 5Oc). Ton? git May goad a' <; -::.:
even Ideas. SIpp/J tt?boob 1iaIb1I...... -It.:
reached the point where yields oa "
in private. That h* intimated: is a a !
iumift ..
iiMNt i3-a asr. QBM9WCXE
m MU it mnnu f many soils depend on the fact that forewarning that "thought control"may

miim rtm u B tQ o assent t itMM mtneraa are being replaced con be oa its way "with alarming ST8VE CSHMitt

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I i GLADES COUNTY could be resumed most of them flood waters from N'icodemous a +! a a C.J r, t the cushions after a bard day at

: .4 could earn a very nice income from Slough which posed a threat to the the office and starts for home. Relaxed

I s. !i DEMOCRAT the very lake which threatens them colored quarters has been the subject Too Late To Classify he steps on the gas the mo- :: :;
: but a dictatorial board set up by of considerable controversy this tor purrs like a kitten. Gliding la .-.

1 PubtUheJ Every Friday By the voters themselves has removed week. The only trouble with such Hr RUSSELL KAY and out of traffic he thoroughly,,.. .

TUE GLADES PIUSTl.XG CO. !.. this means of livelihood' because of 1 a thing is that it's like sitting down enjoys himself. He te pretty lucky'to -

. MOORE IIAVE.V. FLORIDA (we believe) a minority group of j on an inflated baloon. Ton can . a 0 0 a : ,- .... ..._"" have a car like this one. It ecstv-..;: ,
I fishermen. most of whom have but it pienty bat is worth it. .-i
'I CARR SETTLE,_ r.klUh r I port j stop it in one place pops up
. never seen Lake Okeechobee. Most! higher in another. Water was said Every family gets a big thrill At the HIP School Rill and Bob _

/la M..tas S.bseriltl.- _. Rater /1.:s!, of those sport fishermen who have j to have raised several Inches almost! when Dad comes home driving a have jut finished football an*o"_: -

(i.; 0.. y... fished Lake Okeechobee for many j) overnight over the Lakeport road new automobile". He wears a smileas tice aad climb iato their jalopy pro- ::.:'
f ==== :: years agree that there is plenty of i and when water began to appear wide as the Amazon and bonks paring to head for home. A btli.

I room for both the commercial and j I in sections of town that had been the horn long and loud. Everybody down kids swarm around askfagJ'

; ;, Entered I. 1117 at as .econd the Poctofflce-slu matter at 11.May... sport operations in the lake. I dry before it was believed to have rashes out to see the new baggy- for a rMe. Bill and Bob are psp-F.vlar. .

I Haven, Florid.t. under the Act oft The outcome of the yearlong come from this water which was "Ain't she a hooey?" Dad yells. They have a car. So IN...,.. ;-

CccgTeM of March a. 1117. I controversy la now in the hands of]1 being forced around the west side ofl+ "Lookit those streamlines and ac- they get rolling they have a ... .

, '- _____. 1 the Supreme Con/1 and every citi-{, town and in through the gap-on cessories radio, cigar lighter of six kids piled on top of

sen to anxiously awaiting the out-' the southwest city limits. We e-r. fan fogtigkts, aad get a .beat-I other ia a car that the tnsa ffht J

flvIEANDEW GS I come of their decision. But these' haven't eatered the controversy that npholrtry.. Ske's 90 tarers had designed: to>> carry tk/e ;

justices must weigh the evidence nor have we had the time for an aad shell do better 90 miles an I at the most.Everybody.

By Carr Setttf I purely on a standpoint of law and inspection bat whether the barrier) hoar." is happy and ... '

while, sometimes, "mercy tempers was a mistake or not no one should. Mother climbs. in the boat seat : Bill steps on the gas and the ",,"'

; Jaatice" Ute Skyforks Moore Haven baa indeed beam!l f commission are stilt demandingtheir is offjmea doa before an on tile ttaak; eke likes the I jack-rabbit. Passengers are all

fortnaate through tile present flood:, "pound of flesh," and baTe, adequate study is mfede of tke overall "..w..HMJl Somay. i 8. and Sic i thrown from the car but

; emel'-y eves tkOUgh coasilter-j. j a good chance of getttag it. effects. 1C. are all aaaiver. Boy. how tht'Yi they manage to hang oa, aat 1IItI!ft::'

able Hood safferag is being Bader-1 \ I waat to get their hands oa that 'rates and yelling they hit tb". .
Next Friday night the aanaal: School Board MinutesAs chariot and do some strutting. I way. ; 1,
gone la most sections of the 1
ty. Uatil today (Frtfay) the eoaa-j rst. carnival will be held oa the school Dad is just aa average t'itlsen,1aad i A few miaans later qaiet..uS;. ... -

have eves passed as up pretty well a'', grounds this year aa4er the direction of October 6October Jail is an average family. He i deatial section Is dillt.-fi.-'.
of the Parent-Teacher Association. had to do eosfte peaay plachiag to streaming sireas. Ambul
bat there is some falliag BOW sad I I --- t
for a time it looked like we might The various coBcessioaa have t, 1947. make the down payment and obli- police ears are oa their way _
been divided as in previous years gate biiaself for stiff payments for other wreck. lajared arer, .
get a repeat performance of the i| Glades County Board of PaMtc Instruction
dewietoa six-lacker. Sack raise among the gradec but this year the met in regular session ,on the next 12 mostks, bat a fellow placed stretchers. reu.i l"taklA

don't help the tease situation aay home room mothers of these grades I; the above date with all members just has to lave a ear. << sums of........... .; .'.:r;.

at all bat the fact remains that will form a P.-T. A. committee to'' present: Lnvenia Gorman T. H. Now let's sift the scene to aback I, It aH happened so quick s

we're probably better able to cope arrange the festivities and carry i'I' Snell and elton Walters. yard on the other side of I one HeM able to tell jest :w a -

with them than any other com- then out. A chicken pilau supper; Minutes of the last meeting were town where Bill a high school boy did oeear. A man in a saiay %> .\
will start things off and there will: and his chum Bob are soapisg up 1 car had jest gotten a greet -
flunky on the lake at the present -, read and upon motion by Mr. Snell. ;
I time. be plenty to keep you entertainedfor I I seconded by Mr. Walters and carried -, an old jalopy they picked up from and started across the lat
an entire evening. Make your a junk dealer. With salvaged tires At that moment
I approved as read.
But the lake continues a came'y
very plans to attend. odds and ends and maybe a bobby- packed with kids ;;;
slow rise apparently, and so longas Motion by Mr. Walters secondedby
5 I pin or two they bave created a
I down the street. TJt.e... at t1
the rains continue, even in ,howl Mr. Snell and carried that Miss ,
l erg, there won't be much chance of 1 Judge Cease asked us this: Llswa Ellerbe be employed as Home mechanical monstrosity which they wheel either did not see the Ksl ... s

a decline in the lake level for the .morning what happened* to our I I Economies teacher ia Moore Haven are preparing to launch upon the change or be thought he ....t_' < public highways. '
decline in 'boiI<< plate" supplement last beat It.Two !If'
cloaks bring a evaporation High School at a salary of $1,80 To them that jalopy is just as
y which does as Much damageas week so well e.xplain-Eometbing for nine months work and that H. automobiles were a taactedL.
should have done last week. thrilling as the bright sfciay new mass of wreckage. Four psofhi _
the actual showers if not more. we E. Grant Jr.. be employed as public -
car is to Dad aad his family. Every "
s The Lakeport-Bare Beach This printed service-of four pagesis school music instructor at a girls a boy aad Dad were te t$. -: ,

i will be trader water for many printed for us by Western salary of $2,7...00 for nine raoatbs cent for the months boys could has: rake or late scrape it. nocpftai. Bill was ia the mevfajtFive .? < .

moath to come in spite of Newspaper Union and for the past work both contracts to be dated They up have worked like gone beaTen to families were strickea by t% -;. :t

thing that can be done. Most couPle of years has been printed in October 1, 1947. make trade oecaraace. Hospital bfi., >;

homes oa the ridge are out of water -! Ocala. Recently they closed the Motion by Mr. Walters, seconded it run.Dad's Biortieiaaa' few, doctor.bills M.|f.:' : tic

r bat are virtually isolated. Dairy] plant there and transferred us backto by Mr. Saell aad carried that*fhe a newcar careful business te tally iasared.Being he cbarfea aad lawyers' fees pUei t*|h ..f';:" 2.'.
{ farmers have to keep their cattle Atlanta and a mix-ap in shipping -I county school board residence member The persoaal and financial iota It. ::; -
Hw to it tk&t fire theft Mid collision -
f ia their barns or nearby thus addS iastractioas required that we districts be set up along the were taken care of bat' headed (Continued on ?_gs I) ; >it-:
S fag to the do without it last week. Wedidn't ,-
expense of operates; same boundary lines as those of the dam ;
liability sad
farming is out of the question like it etther for it reduced I I County Commissioner Districts sad property WANTED '.'

i. aaywhere la that area. Which 1 oar pitifully short stock of plain in aeeorda&ee with the map age.Not

simply means that residents of that newsprint.The pared and presented at this pre-I so the jalopy. The boys hada -FIOc :
hard enough time trading money Cotton rags no buttons. _
t ..t'CtioDX'pt for the few frogs the board by the ,
f with which to bay oil and to
f they are alii to kill arc without new lev,* thrown up near' the numbers thereof to be M foiI gas pound. Bring..
worry about insuring the old crate. per
a meanof liv. lthcod. .
If fishing culvert 6-A lows
last :
r weok to keep backYOUR '
wasn't worth insuring anyhow.A .
i- District Walters. | them to the .I.
fe.wHks later Dad climbs into -
J District H-Snell.
his pride and joy lope back in!I Democrat Office
District III-Gorman. ,, ,
FAMILY'S FUTURE MlRVES | District IV-(the same as County . -

t Commissioner Coker.) .. .'
District V-the same as County J 1

ATTENTION TODAY Commissioner Jonrnlgan. a rl;f 1f

The following resolution was introduced -' I .. ttl
i b1Ir.. sun and upon .: k
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seconded and
:-- motion duly made

carried: .... < ::

'A t MAN'S Qrfmary interest WHEREAS, by inadvertence publication .... ....,.... .... '-
3_I of notice for the election of I ... ..... Help. :r.l.ji
I should le the welfare Trustees not started in time to .. .. -- -
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meet the statutory provisions as .
Sanuynow and tot tie{ntarw ''' and four .} '
to date of publication . {
-1 n.t..ttim.toprcplftfor weeks notice thereof beginning not .
; less than prior thereto ::.:
thirty days
tie future is today. Ilf !n. ir-
G and it appears that this board is .

enc provides protection ... : 3q required to choose between ChangIng -;.
4 the '- the date of such election or ".
jaini emaj,ency that .
.... shortening the period of publishing' ;

t ,will face your family if you notice thereof and this board be-''

6 are tt-- .w.,.. Cn..lt you lieves there will be less chance of 5rL
I ; / working hardship or of being unfair -i
*". eor jia a eat-now. in the election If date is postponed ''fts' 'a1
and notice thereof is published L1 J _
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for the required length of I ''

i.rn.l'l pn4 ? IT RESOLVED by the Boardof
Public Instruction of Glades

County Florida that the electionof

LAI School Trustees be held this year , ,,
: THE OLD RELIABLE BINCE IBfllF on the 18th day of November 1947. wyJrsfc4

: .... rn..ri.aU It wag moved by Mr. Walters.
seconded by Mr. dUrll and carried rd
that at the election to be held November
18. that a for (4) Mill

levy be authorized for BalMtag; Reserve da41ALFAR
to be used for Capital Outlay :

projects and that 1-6 mills be ..-
-- Maintenance, L oa ':""II l=>4- "" -J\ .t
orbed for District:
AJra.aa.r and farther that tile saperlateadeat 4U FLAMINGO DRIVE FttOM Tilt -: .

be and she is hereby authorised to WEST PALM KCACH ::1.. ,

Rom I sit? Lay Joe Marsh, do all things necessary to the carrying ..
T oat of such district election

including appointment of poll officials. :.Jf':

.\ Motion was made by Mr. Walters, gx-
r t .k :, 'Take Pen in Hand" & seconded by Mr. Snell and carried .

.it R I 1 V <<, ; that the board purchase a Sheffield

.. combination film-strip and slide FLAMINGO
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projector at the price of 125.00 ,
I IV This column has been running that make for tolerance and better from Stevens Inc.. MiamL Florida.At .

f.r .. long that its readers, lafcwas understanding-whether it's Ideas this time upon motion by Mr

like oars aU over the conn on planting alfalfa or choosing between Snell seconded by Mr. Walters and

try are beginning to "take pea iahaad beer and cider. carried, the meeting adjourned to

..and write as what they think The more folks air their differ* reconvene at 1 p. m. ,I' DAIRY FEED I
Board reconvened at 1 I
them take the out in
t Some of me over eiscei right public, with a
I like the col P. m. ,
e '" coals for what say neighborly respect for the otherperson'
1 Upon motion by Mr. Snell. seconded -
alfalfa. liberties and ,
man I ran on planting point of
by Mr. Walters and carried the] Roughage and
Others write *I liked TOOT column. view, the closer we are to the ', Concentrated Feeds
Palmdale school property was authorized -
V V : yesterday; Nt...." AH of them. American principle of IndiiWnalfreedomwhether :' .
to be advertised for sale
of view.giemwlereIsit.t6at's ft', in choice Manufactured in Florida for
bye different points a at the regular meeting in November. Florida Users =

the way it of crops or beverages. Upon motion by Mr. Snel, seconded FOR
aheaU 1*. Everybody's eatitled to by Mr. Walters and carried all MOORE DEllTDn.Ulsa PLATT IN
tVeniaMa-aad kS those<
fences and rrld41r criticism I authoriZed paid. WOBURN
!: ; Motion by Mr. Sneil. secondedby (N. )

-4 Mr. Walters and carried the MOORE RAVEN FLOIUDA. *
C*W7'IAl,19 ft,t'nitti State Brtven famdatu 1& : meeting adjourned 1 '> t.

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"! -8.GAGE.t\I00ANNOUNCED: Scholarship Exams 1

; I To Be Next Friday

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for House aid Senatorial -

4 I II I scholarships will be hefd next I

w -- -- - II Friday October 31. in Tallahassee

: M CCCCGCGG aaaoaaaQa Ha 6b04 1 s I Gainesville and Winter Harts, tae
county superintendent office
Mayor F. D. Pain was in Miami I, Mrs. Ray Yoder i ner-
was a business j ported this week 1
on business Moaday visitor In Fort Myers
Tuesday. .
; The Senatorial scfeolarakfp is open ts

far1 .. I for one Junior or Seat r (college)
Mrs J. S. Okk> Is Ttatttag n... J. H. Satfcy left
last Fri boy for UN and these
are so restrictions
a few days la Fatt aft. day night for his h_m. tn Mount : j
Dora after The Hoafte schoiarship .
conducting a revival J. pen with ae place for a junior !
Mark Greeae was a tartMaavisitor seating at the
Bantiat Church for r'n ,'r senior 'eJ' aad OM place for a i i
m TMn .... Wsiaeaiay. two week z v _
LipFJK freshman or sophomore girl Applications ;
mac be obtataed at Mrs !
T. Fin Sitlw Mra.
speat y Fraaeea Hardy ,
is '
, sp-nQ t arnaa s oftICf' !
; Lakelaa. this week-end IB Gaines l1 _
Should the winner fc. already ia i
i. at.a4 HoaMcomiac faatniu .j i
Mn Fred JtMa.In. R. the .ilegi the .boUrshJii will 1Mreo- ;
A. football g.aw between \ 1 t
""ctivKinvr. ;,i the first <4 the term. :
Williams are tat Taaiaa Carol!..
, totoy M) aad FWrkU.
II aFraf I
i easiness 0 ; --

; ;.. J. M. "'-
j attended a i-: ':a METHODIST CBTKCI1frv. ,
i State Seaatar Htt FJa-ke aad G.1 ... dteaer Tuesday evening in tMywa d' W. S. Razesnan, I'astarrhrrck :

- M Harte at WaaraaM war; honoring Judge Gt-o \\ -

: business vMitota trait; ,...rdQ. | circuit Whttehnrst ; School-lfl.0 a. mMoraiBg j i

; f ]I ,,,
W"-tp.-U: j
i Mi* Laura Nakatc of Fort Myers CircattJ .
The Methodist Church
a extends a i
was a visitor acre for a couple: .,i idaya
j' welcome to yow The Church
thta week. I .ha Wets and sens Da\id and I
School has a claw far every age. .
'i Carl of BowlMg Greta werewU<-" Yon are invited to worship with aft : :
: Mn J. C. Swfaritll sad Mrs here oa Sunday Mrs Weiss and
ia the regular church won&fr I..r.
George Sturgis! Mi Taeeda? to speed I baby SOL who have been visiting II

. -, a few day in Xaples.Mr hr sster. Mrs E. P. Ewing re
turned home with them III FOR SLE-Iroo bed. compkote--

*a4 Mrs 1.: M. Ltfiy and I clean, $15 High dresser wltla-

George Laadaajst were in Tampa Prof. and Mrs. M E. Morrison I mirror $25 Low dresser with Ions

Friday and S .urda1. I and children are leaving in thaorniflg -- mirror |20. Typewriter deck, lik.

for Gainesville where the new. $20 Mrs Stanley Waymao.IIP.. '

F. ]f. Coyar and ch&drea: have I will attend Homecoming festivities Miss IUENE I:. sOOTT I .

TCtamad treat two weeks fa Wash- and Mr, Morrison wW remain for a

tagtea D. C. 'I' Prind rs conference the first of' II
I the week Betrothal of Miss Haven High School in the Class of
Miss Betty Roberts ad Qwaafe, -- 1944 He served two years with
Bowen visited Mrs. Lac.? bswan Norton-Winger Irene Scott and Roy the United States Navy; daring the Mark R. Tennant

ftaadayBaa4mater. War. Alter his return from orer-
Lundy Announced Leease
I lea service he attended Coyne ,
Harry Gnat inMnlberry :Mia Evelyn Norton, daughter of Electrical College In Chicago. "He Real Estate Broker
],Jr. aad Mrs. W. B. Sr of Mr and Mrs. I. E.
for die week d with. Norton Scott 011 is now operating the Arcade Sundry -I GL.\DES COUNTY LANDS '
kit family. Moore Haven aad J. M. Wiaer, Jr.. Moore Haven announce the engagement Store which be has lately par- j I

i iJIIr. I were married October 11 at seven of their daughter, Irene E chased. i 807 Congress Bldg Miami, Fla,

art Mrs. Thomas Daaejr heft, o'clock at the boa of Rev W S. I Scott to Roy D. toady; the son of;1 No definite plans have been made '!i \

yesterday to spemd the woek-ead to Bear IIaw In Haloes City. The I Mr. and Mrs P H'Landy of Moore for the wedding i

MiamiMra.. single ring ceremony was perform- Hares i' "
ed with members the immediate him Scott waa graduated from
I -
lam_ the Moore Haven High School in
W F. If alter will return today
Winter, brother of the groom the Class of 194*. She is now a:
frees Port Myvrs where ah* baa
acted aa beet man and Mra. William -: Sophomore at Stetson tniver-it i? ELLERKAMP TWO-WAY
Wen ia the hospital racaaerttteg
1 J. Browning *s matron of acid a member 0< the Alpba M: :

._,.- from a resent Of! 'etJolL honor I Delta Sorority i|

Miss Bardsteaw rendered a' Roy was graduated from Moore, PUJIPS
Harold Stewart was in Tallahassee Joy ,

Moa4ay to attend the Snpee.e program of niftfal mask preced i

c Co rt tearing on the com- lag the ceremony I All we have to do to go and have

Bereial fishing controversy; Mrs. Wlager was graduated from!I oodles of Mn

the Haines City high school and at-,! Last week the twelfth grade asked For both drainage and irrigation. Can j
us to select a member of the
Mi** IreM Scott and Jimmy Don tended State Teachers College at ;
i WOOB, stad eBts at Stetson UnlTcntty. Jacksonville Alabama. She ha Sophomore class to represent us' be reversed from discharge to intake -by a

DeLand were home for resided in Haines City with her:, in the Library Club and another to' simple throw of lever. The of
the week-end aunt, Miss Mattie Norton for the 0I make a poeter We called a class type pump

past several fears and has been: meeting and voted for Joyce Clickto best suited to water control work.In .

of I !'PPtre "'. department represent us in the Library Club:;
Mr aDd Mrs J. J. Helms employed at )
theirdsagMer I I .- < and'Pete Randall to make the poster -
Clearwater are visiting store
There will be a poster contest! various sizes-built to fit your own
Mrs F. D. Yann and Mr Mr. Winger graduated from 0
so if Pete wins, our class will be
Tan and attended needs. Ask for
Haines City; highschool two dollars richer prices.
. Blackbnrn. iu'vereity at Carlin: {i ..
Mrs L. E. Farnam county; super- Tille. HL. and Southern School of 1 In ease you don't already know'':

fet*dent, and Miss Jean Moore Commerce at Orlando Fla. I there are eighteen members In the' The two city pumps may be watchedin

wanty supervisor ef schools, are After a short wedding trip, the Sophomore class this ;year, it is of
attending a superintendent's con- couple plan to make their home inf about the largest class we have ever i, operation as a proof efficiency.
fereae in Gainesville this week Texas. I had We've always been one ofj E
those unlucky classes where all the

Mr and Mrs. Cleo Hardaker and new kids are la he class just below -! D. L. SUMMERSLocal
above j
)lr. aad Mrs. C. S. Sheridan ofLahetead SCHOOL DAZE or Just is.

vished Mrs T. F. Sheridan -
nun ROOM Representative
and Cheryl last Friday and I Si S

Saturday pon- ....-.. ...-......-.......' )fr. Mole (By Curtis Simmons i
Jimmy Click The girls in our room surprised!
Editor ._
Rev A. A. Almand associate pas- Age HorUte> Editor: _.__. Donald F..am the boys and the teacher with a,I Max Cole
last Wednesday afternoon.
tor of White Temple Methodist oricty ._-..___.-___ Doris GrifftthJoce party '
served cake .
They .
0 Clarets in Miami will conclude tonight Girt'lII SporU __ ._... lick
vanilla wafers. Ice cream ginger -
I .- GaI."lni!! ,
: '- services at the Doa
_::. a series of six sHrt
Methodist Church which marks I j 0----1 ale and Dr. Pepper :I Fort Lauderdale, Route 1 ;
I We are sorry that Roger
Religions Emphasis week j Flits GR-DE I i
son and Saraael Haeton were absent ,
(By Billy; Farabee) >
I and nriwed the party Every. ; -
Tommy Tadpole Is a frog now>> He I one had a geed t.... 'I.,

will soon hop away. The girls who gave this party'

rkyy Gi1A00RE Margaret and Elaine took a nice 1 were Frances Maloy Erma demons ; -

nap every day last week- .I Virgin Bade J aaUe Warn and Fishermen !11!
mewed aw.y.Our
Wanda Leo sad Pat ioyot WhM*.a\. .
room ta decorated for Hanoween -I ,

/ /f/i We hare a BW Laid la our I Till t PBLK JIMOIts
room which we wed (By Lofc Cot i iI

draw Halloween plctnresnKsT The Juices bYe ..ject.-d their,
I fay, a taret. comedy! which we
S.Hl'RD.\Y ONLY (.R\I>KtBy are sure that yon will enjoy very.

i Wesle.WdMi+ ) I much The name of this plat isProfessor But don't
venture without
Johnny Mae Bu w : HI We bar decorated oar ream for How Could You' We: a

Hal101l"ee11. are looking forward greatly to the(; "
"Haunted Sammy brought some Halloween time when w* will be aWe to pre-f not

pictures. We drew pumpkins and, sent this play to yes so that you'ii

ad MONDAY: jack-o-lantems We hare Teamed i way "}oy along with us the done.

Gene Kelley Marie MacDonald some Halloween songs We lik.i thrills, and most aU the fanny poI' --. -- -. - --- -- _.
Halloween. We like our new Easel; sitfeas which tee Professor gets -
We are learning to use It hinis tf Into : We have a limited supply of this
The date far oar play has been
"Living In A Big
SECOND GUAM: set for the Itth of December, and
" famous
Way" (By Suzanne) when the time oones for ads pleasedont

We have new tables and chain to : forget that this mono goes:
# Pins Fax News our room. Oar room Woks T'+O'j it. put .a a very wonderful an-i iI DALTON SPECIAL \

'o poet for the meet deservinic r }
,: nice now. day..I 1M east aad time of the :
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY: Some of ss take nap wy Details of Just arrived

I Tom Godwin Is the only one a b- play will Ve P"ta the "5<'hooi .

Barry Ftta nId.. Sissy Tafts tn sent from our room. Daze' s* be on the lookout --- ---

elected Mrs. Yaan and Mrs,'t j Bach claw h*. selected c'uspu-
We Headquarters for Fishermen's
: "Easy Come, Easy I Hutcnlnwn as our home. room mothers. ',j pQ ta+ rnifneat tutu ia tJt Book NeedsParkinson's

i j CNh. She laaMrs have selected
-j.. Go" I ), fRde (Met.

ff''f.. THE MIGHTY SOPHOMORES The ctudeat from our class that

" ,;. THGRSDAT 'I (Br'"1.117' Stalls) are represented ia the bond are:
By now I guess most of IOU have Joy Summers Doaald Faraaa Le- Moore Haven Florida __ ,- ,
"It's A Joke Son A. Is inion : vise CanlersoB Bobby Sexto :Mar-
I heard that(the P--T. pu ., 1 ;_ .
.t the HaHoweea Carnival Ja"7eat11' Continued oa Page S) ::L

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i Gem of Thought /l iLIIL Mutt [aL r ASK ME with 7ANOTHER i
? ?A quiz answers offering

l The district attorney was clinching -:
THAT friendship will not con- i r his case in a packed, expectant information on various subjects *

to the end which is be- courtroom .
gun for an end. Francis "Where did you find this money AAA I AAAAAAAAAAAAA A(- AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA A

Quarles. !" he asked of the accused mann The Question: The Answers
a . the prisoner's box. 1. Does artificial ice melt faster 1. No, it will all melt at the

: Qnt (/ the bat rultt in tonttr- "At the corner of Fifth avenue than natural ice? same speed.
f mion is, user to ty thing tibuby Released *y WNC Features and Market street," answered the 2. When was the Great Fire In 2. In 1666. More than 10,000
of the tomp.ny ttn rttatnublj prisoner wearily. London? houses were burned at that time.
i House Clamps Down on Aid 3. The Pawnees called him MPa-
"You the
saw messenger 3. What did the Indians call Buf-
t ti.j4-suf. THROUGHOUT our history as a it* and then you went and picked falo Bill? basks," meaning "fair haired."
i of representatives it; up?" pursued the D. A. 4. A record total of 11 O.OOO.ooo
I thusiast who keeps cooL-William of the federal government has That's right." 4. How many greeting cards worth.
were sold in the United States last
McFee. 5. Swims backwards walks for
i . had no voice in formulating or exe- "And after you found this $50,000. ? ,
cuting our foreign policy, other thanto which you knew didn't belong. to year ward.
t The highest function of conservatism provide the money when money you you didn't call the messengerand 5. Does an octopus swim and 6. No. A certain amount of windis
is to keep what progressiveness was needed. in connection with executing give it back to him. Why?" walk backwards? helpful to birds in flight, so the
has accomplished.B. such policy as the administrative The defendant shrugged his 6. Do ducks and geese fly in V birds fly against the wind in V
H. Fulton. branch and the senate had shoulders. formation to cut down wind resistance formation to avoid having the wind
prescribed.Now "I was hungryl"! he explained. ? cut off by the bird in front.

the house has taken the bit .
in its teeth and proposes to have
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I something to say as to what American NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS Don't Despair
foreign policy shall be and how
|, such policy shall be executed. Our
Ever-Popular Pineapple Doily of RELIEF for
i policy to purchase good will with

j American dollars, which the administrative ifclzlnfSKIn
Due to aa unusually Urge demand and your
LIVESTOCK branch calls for in large current conditions
HELP INCREASE MILK FR&DrCTIOMf amounts is seriously interfering required In filling orders tYomtwufeth: EVEN if yon hart toed many
.. skimpy milkers by sUmuiatinf sluif Ishappetites with the promise of the Republican most popular patterns. without relief(or itch-
with Dr. LeGcar'a Cow Prescription Send order to
four :
far of similar skis
dry eczema or
majority to reduce
in their eed. A cow tonic guaranteed I government
irritation, caused
to five aatUtacttoo.HELP and externally try
spending to effect reduction
a SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK aoothinc.Bcdieated ResinoL
1"Ot'8 bones and mules keep: la top in federal income taxes. Republican Us sate Wells St. Caicare T. UL A comfort to (oar iterations of
condition. Stunulate lagging appetites m-itu I members insisting the house lair, Enclose 20 cent for Pattern. men--this famous ointment nay bREilNOI
Dr. LeGear's Stock Powder la their feed. are pia : Il r.r she. -
The beat stock tonic money can buy. SaltafacUon must have a voice in the inceptionand eiy. No 7a d.
guaranteed Nam- aU........
execution of any bipartisan for-
if the house is Add --
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS eign policy to provide :S
... the money to pay the bilL e..
RECORDS BT MAIL: Western. Popular!
ic. Ask about our Cbriatmas offer. Send Among those who have voiced ------ --- -
for IF.FREE tone .rUe.LIST.todav. Are RECORD. Sytacsse.ROt'ND-N. T. such a demand is Rep. John Phil- Film Shows Stars as Seen

lips (Rep., Calif.). In a speech on ._ .. Above Egypt in 45 B. C. NO LONGER WAKES UP
the floor of the house last July, he i
Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! listed 59 nations to which America =i'9 ,,n)1fsit- The recent dim Caesar and 3 TIMES A NIIGHTusM6dfwaneetlalefonstdZch
has contributed aid in form hW'
some rJ Cleopatra, pays particular atten- g
since the date of the Jap surrender. tion to historical accuracy. I It hkytksseoLid( ..,.Wad4erPib

st47yj' '' 111tttki.ye For instance, in the moonlightscene 1ipe4 = nickiogI .
There are only nine nations In Imi.l b.e6s p'
Do This for the world, outside of our own, beside the Sphinx, the hun treat(tk. aee k4asy-bl 4dr) PJa.. ..=
nubs Qw am saowa eon acuity
that did not participate In the dreds of stars in the sky are shown (nm eieaUar vnfttfMM* ..ax bdacrs Te>
distribution in the same positions, accordingto : better pnMaet jrew,;.:.m lei from riiini iumBlaaHnJy
COUCNINfi.MUSCULAR TKHTNCSS OPt of our largess the pjiia LM Pokey Fill fcntna
total of which, since the shooting astronomical calculation in tb y Ur paBtrr. eedtbTeUe.eetaoa .Ma;
j stopped, has been well over : which they were seen above the I I aday- *WaAfcr. :-and.Jwthats thea =-incur kka sataa taeaaayes.
ColdarDTatr 10 billion dollars. The nine y;+: Or Egyptian desert in the year 43 B.C. betary.DOUBLE iota UOKXT SACa

nations that did not participateare : - - - -- -

: Afghanistan, Bulgaria, Ireland .
"... (I- Luxembourg Romania, F
\" Slam Sweden Switzerland and 5186
4- the Union of South Africa.

aT cub a wons FOIIIIOUd-- ffThffiI
Veto VipoRuD. Its to Mort dIstnss Y Notable among those that did receive I

mnf starts fiwif autantly.actioa.. -Rypnuldie=11I with a aid total, in of addition 4.4 billion to England dollars, I I I IaJnhJ.uJI WI I UIJ

When you rub It on throat chest and
and France with 1.25 billion dollars
EASY to do
back Vicks VapoRub starts right to SO so popular
work to soothe irritation,ease coughIng was Russia, with 250 million; Poland the country over-this hand-
relieve muscular soreness and 90 thousand; Hungary 15 million
some pineapple doily is crochetedin
tightness. And VapoRuij keeps on ; Czechoslovakia, 31 million, and
'working for hours white or ecru cotton thread. It
u ta the night to'V I C K S Finland, 92 million dollars. In the measures 16 inches, across and
\ tY1Dgr'e&t.TryttI VApOAua case of Russia and her satellites our combines pineapple motifs, palm
American dollars did not buy much leaves and a center diamond de-
good will sign.

That the tax-levying, money-pro . .
(Happy Days for viding house of representatives may To obtain complete crocheting tnitrae.tioni .
j have information of its own gatherIng for the Pineapple Doily Pattern No.
,Sluggish Folks I the house sent a committee of also) tend and 20 pattern centto number.cola your name address

its own members to Europe follow-
" ', // I big the close of congress in July. .
t 4
..:.::.: I From that committee's report the From Norway to China r
) Republican majority in the house
= But Few Hours'
I JourneyWhat
1 will attempt to estimate the sums

!f needed to effectively do America's
I part in rehabilitation of western Eu- a small world we live in.

rope and to sustain Its people. Traveling through the little town Hurry-rub in Ben-Gay for fast soothing gently

L Members of that committee may of Bryant Pond. Maine, one may ;" warming relief! Insist on Qenaine Ben-Gay,the original
not, probably will not, see eye to see a sign post upon which is listed Baume AnaJg sique. Ben-Gay contains up to 2 V
/ eye with the state department as to Norway as being but 14 miles r s times more methyl salicylate and menthol-two pain-
what we should pay. Paris is one mile more to
away. relieving agents known to every doctor-than five
punk as tbs dickens,brings oa stonuih ya Our foreign policy may continueto go, 15 miles away. Then there's p Other widely offered rub-ins. BeorGay acts fast where
put, sour taste, gory discomfort, be bipartisan but the Republican Denmark at a distance of 23 miles. you hurt
take for. CaldweO's lamoM medicine majority in the house proposesthe Sweden, 25 miles and Poland, 27
to Quickly pus the triffer .. lazy "ia- house will be recognized in defining miles be reachedthe Aka far Pata dM to cote MOSCU ACat.art siti ilt
away, can easily
BartU", sad kelp jou feel britbt sad I Ask for Lid feet! far CMdm.
chipper acaia.D executing the foreign program same day.
: *. CALDWCU.'S is the wonderful seo- Should one care to reverse one's
.swore contained ia food old syrup . t
direction and journey 37 miles, -
; PCMIS to make it so etij to take I
: MAY DOCTORS ese pepsi preparation Miracle of DesignIt Mexico should loom up before /
*ia prescriptions to make the medians dark then on to Peru 46 miles.In .
I mere palatable and agreeable to must have been quite a trickto the same general direction is "BenGayMORE
I take. S. M sore yew laxative U cooUiad I design a two story train that China, but 94 miles from the start-
ia Syrup Pepaia.IPSIST
I ON M. CALDWEUY (.- would pass through a one story tunnel ing point. Yes, it is but a small
emit el Bulbous> for SO Tears,and feel I or under a one story bridge. It world?
that wholesome relief from coastipfcoa. *- Is a trick that has been solved by
Eten finicky chfldrea.a it. American train designers. When
CAUTION Us only u dJtected.t the Astra Dome train was produced

t DR. (WEIL'SSENNA \ i) it ger materially carrying capacity increased of the each passen-car,

but also added to the comfort and PEOPLE ARE INGCflMElSTHAN
1AXATIYECOLDS convenience of each passenger. The
. : passenger views the scenery from

CONt-"D" SYRUP PEPSIN ': either upstairs or down. He sleepson
either the first or second floor,
and he dines on either the mezzanine EUR BEFORE!
or main floor of the diner. Because -
: of tunnels and bridge cross-
ings the maximum height of any
railroad car is fixed, and not even
inches can be added to the width
I but within the available dimensions -i
It I some wonderful accomplishments in .--
the way of more commodious and Let "T Zone" .
your -
comfortable travel accommodations

LIQUID MEDIONE IS BETTER have been made by American car ciL' I tell you why!

Get .......... MM) CU Maem*.** sM i builders.
I.' ......te0ry 4thC.M /"pwr+*.V.*. .

LIQUID !i Because of the Try Camels on Jour"TZone".that'sTfor
votes those
i 1666 (OLD """"" groups
< c- Uot"NU14 ___ I represent, congress has demonstrated
1 its t" !,
willingness to build a
I '\\ 43-41 floor under the income of minority C Taste. .T for Throat. '

groups on their demand. But congress _- ,See how mild! and flavorful
has not been willing to pro _
K.IU HATS vide a ceiling for that far greater they are. Y ou'IJ

number, the American consumer, as understand
Amazmf QUICK WAY i protection for all of us from the why more

OH M Of CATS OYUMI6HTJUdyootfamoft devastation of inflation. Wages are I a and more people are
I regulated so they will not drop below leeRdrg dy
rata. Tbry spoi food.rnia the soar, but there is no ceiling ,
: property. Killnti to stop their upward climb. What tat Camels writ Itt yp

With* fastscoot81.ares. is true of wages is also true of food Nftl "V
Bats tat >
&euaraaddial u..I prices. The consumer is the forgotten /j- .

i for SUI cmr It ISISTS man but be, too, votes.- --1 I



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i iI I Dorothy Parker's Practical Joke" I II AROUND Items of Interest 1 1The

i, known Writer for Dorothy Parker is well puffed. "Here I brought you a gift.I II I to the Housewife
her devastating
practical heard they didn't have any of HOUSE
I jokes. At one the
f low time when a felf these in Europe so you will ap-
author was to sail for Europe
preciate them. Bon voyage 1"

\ she boat promised was scheduled to see to him off. The She pushed the gift into his windows are rattling because Add four *r five slices of raw
STA E4SCREENwRADtp but Miss Parker had at midnight hands turned and Bed; her feet the putty has dried loosened potato to oils and fats that are softened -

Released by WHO Features. I by 11:45. not arrived touching the pier just as the gangplank or fallen out. Halt the eerie at room temperature. Cook
was being lifted. sounds by removing the old putty slowly over low heat for about 29
INEZ GERHARD A few minutes before the ship's The startled author too and making windows firm with minutes. When the fat is strained
was as-
BEASLEY celebra- departure the author went up on tonished fresh putty through a clean cloth you will find
IRENE even to mumble his
beginning of "Grand deck He paused at the head of the -.- it is clear and fresh.
thanks. But
Slam's" second gangplank, which was about to be one glance at his Exterior walls of a house whichare -.-
year on sticky hands and the spots on his
raised. At this moment a made of stucco can be painted When making a layette do not
the air at a large, and delightful piercing pearl gray suit convinced him that
scream was heard and a breath- satisfactorily by using a cement plan for too many clothes. Babiesare
There thanks not in order. Swear
; party. were
were less Miss Parker burst into view. base paint. in the infant stage for only m
',_ roses for the women, playing ing volubly, he removed the nap
Panting furiously, she shoved her instead few short months. It is better to
kin from the gift revealing a Use a bodkin, of a needleto
,_} cards for everybody and
amus- way through the crowd and raced have a few simply made garmentsthat
platter piled high with hot wheat mend junior's sweater. It will
of the
pictures the
ing party up gangplank to where her can be washed frequently.
cakes, from which the melted but and out much more easily -
last when the weave in :
given year program friend stood. Make clothes for infants that will
ter and thick sirup were remorselessly than a sharp-pointed needle
air was "Grand launched.Slam"In its first received year on more the "Oh, I'm so sorry I'm late" she oozing does. [ be easy to slip on and off.

:,', than a million entries from the public -

ivaluable, and distributed prizes to contestants more than from 4,000 Farm Stream Meets Cold I How to Grow Hous B Plants and Flowers How To RelieveBronchitis .

.: every section of the country The I The cold Labrador Current and cool, and flourish best 14 an unheated -
:"'t' first broadcast of the new year was the warm Gulf Stream meet at room or sunporch.Water .

r'-' swamped some hundreds of radio the Grand Banks, off Newfoundland. only enough to keep them alive j
i -:1' fans couldn't get in, although the This meeting of warm and I and in the spring rt.new plant* by
"i of :
: big CBS Playhouse No 2 had been cold water creates the dense fogs pinching* or using off slips the new shoots around growingitem the t I Crecmnlsian relieves nranipt"7 because .
taken over for the event. that so endanger shipping in that I base for slips. It goes rigSt to the seat of tt* r
:: i -+- I llums can be potted aU year and planted trouble to help loosen and expel
part of the Atlantic. outside la summer but darin these ran laden ph&gn:, t=d aid xsaon*
Doris Day "Your Hit Parade"vocalist 1- Y winter months they need cooL moist air to soothe and heal raw,tender, ta-
'! making her film bow in I to survive. Came bronchial mccous mem-
? Michael Curtiz' "Romance in High House Plants Ruined TOIl may vast to know about_preserving braaes.Tell your druggist to sea ytma
other indoor plants--c.e1a prim
wJta the understanding1 -
;:. C." recently received a huge, con- I By Faulty Watering rose, cactus, geranium. Proper planting bottle of Creomolsion most Eke the way It
,'. and watering for these and others arc da-
<' sole-model television set. Unable to I. - cussed in our booklet No, 33 quickly sHays the backCREOMULSIOH yea srt
End apartment she's living in have
an a c.-s. ,. to your money

... ..., I .irUltt ltY 4sr / chrysanthemums are a P1.uItS.Send 25c...ta Flawer coca for*-Sorrets what Sense
-- ....... oT. .J DaIM is. iiaTMlaf..o.ot.. a r ti POTTED to Weekly Newspaper -
I Service. 14) West iTt! Street NewTwk
j . that bloom until 11. New 1'..-... Print name address for Cccda.Chat CcUs.5ronduhsrTATTLE.TALE" +
near Christmas. They must be kept I with none, booklet title and No. 3


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hotel room; there no place for the

.<> pit "I ve got an idea," she said p l
:c' ,. the other day. "U I can buy a lot, -'s
.;;; TO take the works out of the radio,

: aDd Jive in the cabinet"


Speaking of parties the advertising -
agency that handles the Lowell 4 1 1w

d Thomas radio programs has won thetmyatg
gratitude of the newspaper
people by not giving one when be
changed networks. Instead, they announced I It
that the $1.000 the party
would have cost would be given to

charity, and asked us each to
name the one we'd like to have re- QOM'/

ceive a portion of the money.

If Trrry Moore looks familiar t.
yoa whoa yon see her playing opposite -
Glenn Ford In "The Return EMPTYING
cf October" it will be because

you've seen her as Jan Ford, also

: Helen Koford A child player since E.y 3

the was 11, she played Ingrid Bergman
as a child In "Gaihgbt." and

r_ Brenda Joyce as a child in ")I&l'J. t $,995 EanaarModdYXtfOO,

land" Then she went Into teen-age I CoIIrpkIc iL-ae Aa.chmeaai

roles; now at IS, she's under eon-
Modtl Shows ti C 6702 t
tract to Columbia. 95"PERFECT

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Gov. Oscar E. Rennebohm of Wisconsin

g _:. Jack Carson, guest at of Warner Dennis Bros.Morgan' studio and WAY AHEAD TOO for Complete Home Cleaning! t i iD

t recently, accidentally worked in the ,
rehearsal of a scene for Morgan's

film "To the Victor. Director THE NEW UNIVERSAL CLEAN-AIR CLEANERs
Byron Roberts mistook him for one tfis sensarioftaf MEW

of the atmosphere players and directed s

him to walk across the stage ,,,,. IT'S NEW..R'S DIFfIRENT..IT'$ with these "way-ahead work-saving
lobby until Morgan and Yiveca I/J/Jt'D.Tau t fNm
Lindfors completed their scene. ftIOV"ftHIr.. V MORE ErTlClENTI Don't buy a cleaner features...the nclusive-rattle-Talc-

y ; --+- that will be outmoded in a year, Light.. "Insuat-Scal" Hose Cooaec-
The Oklahoma State Poultry show, rie exofvsve
December 2-8, has been selected as SK this new 100% post.war cleaner tioo..." >ctiog,Self-Cleaning

the site of an international contest N
a' to choose a rooster suitable to succeed /J n/Ju_

the one that has been the trade- 71 f lVVIIVI' Compare-aad you'll buy a Universal.isn .

mark of Pause News for nearly 40
3 rJrJ/A Dt csmni mi 13 SKCUI ITUCHEKTS
\ "tgV fV"Ispc bad far ITOT cbaaj trip ,i
: Patsy Walker, retiring from

"Juvenile Jury" at the age o( 12. At lama Geaa jour smaS rags ,/Jfl ,_ A'-
has grown up with the show. U yea wKh no dinging tod dragging. U/'I'U'l .UVV i
heard her in those days you'll recall -
\ A tocch of the toe regnUwBHTM" (/gFz/k'1 '
rather shy; *twasn't Yoer old
that she was to Fit trigging.. cl.oa.r s tieort lt -
before she acquired elf- ,
assurance long and sharpened ber wit. Only Universal has the new cum ctuonj romm +t'o* .
' + Sactwe-Rtgulaior.are way stow is fhs fFals botrr
Patsy thinks it's all been good train- SPRATS SKAuroos DCCDOKIZIS

}; Inc for the career she intends to follow 1 oat front too.with UairersaTi -b- < -- : _

-she wants to be a script writer \ Automatic log-AJjusnng Ko<- t

-'' for a to -tIi&ht comedian. tle.TtaTGloHedCgbt.. ioiIbucbToe"Hiaik
-'f-- t /

"Silver." the first horse the to Lone staras told WIlt1 CHUTE tilt II lilt CUJUCK *a nut IAIITWItt t iiiut .. -:i ,
"High-bo Siher" with \ et
Ranger in mDvies. is now 18 years l'
old. But he hasn't retired; he's portraying .,
in Warner
an ancient nag uL j
m ,*'"
Bros adventure picture, "Silver .-it... '
$c -.-

Seems that Lassie, the dog star. at RATE ret im IF tm IEAICST sum
_ has been suffering at the hands of '

souvenir hunters; they snip strandsof LANDERS, FRARY & CLARK -
hair from his coat Now, when

he travels, his familiar golden hair NEW BRITAIN CONN.8y .
is darkened with make-up so te =rs.
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i k is1Cf; UH1 (.UinKs <'01 NTV IlrMOOn FRID\V. OCTOBt.ll 21, 19U
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I -- I to the possioHttjr of tyiag la to tM I Md Iat. They kp ee *ery 47BM .I two succeeding- var. within this .1.ii

,I.. of oa a persaaMM tUy always happen to OTHER..1 coMtr-wMe: Kfeoul district :;t
e apply a Fur the approved sheet tens t
\ 1 POLAR RENDEZVOUS I LUis or aatil the one break can lie I ....... you say DOB't be too Bare (for which the 11.s cereal mill*hoard.) hoerecommended .

I repaired' It CAN happcm. to you. 'I b. Far c.iMing reserve fund (for"i
which the county la.atd ha.
I, -- --- I The new Motor Vehicle Reftnoatibillty recommended 4 iJ J

, Prewitt Now Heads I Law will help redeee acrt-1 IWXUD np I" BLJC XTR1'<'TT NMAI'Kn ...
; dents More frequent inspectionsof i t'nh'\17. FLORIDAMergar ?: I
) t FurtiHrn. SUP<'rhlt nd"nt.
. .i Sugarland District ears should be required. Every, Oct It :4. :no No 7, m7

motorist should hahl8 car full :

i Of Boy Scouts II insure and every motorist should: %tfTf'": OF fIALEI "fiI
, i be legally responsible for his acts.I V !
< H'-.' .. I CI.. onfstwsAt I R.MM .ker OTHER people have all!_ The Board of Puoiir In lr"d"n (It.- '"

.,. .. .,. -.. t f a mratiai of the Sugarlaad UM accUeaU. and TOf .re "other j' low sire described to ell for; n-1 each ails the rr property. iv_ sealed b _-_/

J e-', Boy Scam District of tlM Gani I peeple' to the ri of the world Aids fur the purchase thereof on orbefore : F
4 Monday the third day of No- ?-_
F aR. *i;- "' CoaaeU here teat week MM I..... JVB. have your Drive rare. v.aihrr, 1>47. at tilOO clock A. M. -.-
i Prewitt was elected new eaate- : ( Or. hide mUM be ncronpani by cash orquivalestt s
in the amount of
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maD of tile district to saeceed X '- - .ent of the biS. Such dpponii 1Zur .

i : ::t. Broadfoot who has served for School Daze- refunded to unauccrnFful bidders and _:.:
I -iiccecful bidder who doc nit com .:-
the past year. plete purchase by pa>'mi>nt lof tM ._'.
I : Other officers elected were Wil- i I balance within tea ate) dare will
I Continued from pa....)
forfeit such depoait Rids sfeoaM be
j ji lard Doty, vlee-<:hainaa.a; A. H 1 pieced with Mix
1 tea \owell. "Skippy" Tottppkj a aDd I or seat to Margaret'
,wThe "Kin!:, ioramis ioner; A. R. Bro. -I| Joan Etherton. i Far-nam County Superintendent' of
f Public Instruction, Moore Haven. Florida ;,
foot Her Hermaa Daas. coaadl {
and The Board reserve the right to _:;
; repreaMttatiMa Committee ; reject all...*. They are expected; t* :'
i be opened at after tile
or soon day ;
liairman will be appointed very}I i
(By Barbara Hatchinsoa | and hour shown above: >

soon by Mr Prewitt. j Mary Lou Coyner has come back i Lots Nineteen Ht. Twenty (ze). :::::
The at the meeting, also Twent>-oae (tl), T..nty-tyo vi
J : group from Washington, D. C Some of the t <**). Twenty-three (%3). *ad.. :- -
I dis used: the Fall Round-up and things she saw were the Blue Ridge '-four (24) in Block Piftyflv -

made! plans for getting the year'sprociam ) Moaataias, George Washiagtoa'sho I I to.recorded(5S) of aaap Pahvdate and plats according: thereof /- 4- i

of Scouting underway at Mt Vernon, and a gnat in the Public Records of Glades. "- .
Thi'n' are now four troops in tao I County and of DeSV.to ("oant,. t
auiay interesting sights. Sh. saw Florida. togMbsr with any u>d an I,
,cKiaon! area, two la Clewrsten, the dreg in which Martha Washington structure* ainfl haprovennaM= 9in
one in Bare Beach aad a colored aU
married. Tats dress
was ( c..I7. n.rWL
r':lp in Harlem. Moore Haven is BOARD OrGLADES PUBU' INQrRUCTION r' V
was very tong, white aad the train l
..:so in the district but the troope COCSTT FLORIDA
contained about
tea yards of elota s3OTlCR
Oct. 17 24. 1947 ;
.1 ,' is inactive at tits time.
We have
a new girl In OU room
e Th annual of the Galffr.
meeting -
aaaM is Patsy Casper We OF
,'am Council will be held on Monday have 3 aew ked pipits in our': CITY: OP Ol.-Nt: : !. ;:

Nor 17 in West Palm Beach room. State of Florida, tWaiy ef Glade.NMlee .

Those wishing to attend may con We had four
gold fish and a bluefish
tact Mr. Prewitt for tickets. Ia h.... Sleet by City of
far-flung activities: of American: submarines during World War H in oar room but the Mae flak i Moan Havtav Mamieipal Corpora-
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i. tit Oaaatty, Florida of
that the undersea craft to the home waters of the Japanese and two gold fish dfed.V .
bronchi ....... to ..d Bi oft
'Empire In the TaD of Ole fighting fronts, are continued Into peacetime State Athletic Ass'i1.To ye t IMaToT: a' nan patyioyn Ita
as the submersible, like the CSS Sonnet (above), penetrate the ArctlO : BdMai reftadtft.T hoo. 7 datedof -
and Antarctic. Submarines are important nulls of the Navy's postwarexpeditions Investigate Coach ELIX"TIO' OF: ton T I E C "I PF R11e0Re arr beta*t. f.'t.e'"pHaciaal* Janoary 1. 1 Wit. Fiend --.

and projects probing the mysteries of distant oceans for 'FOR THK 1.r.4DF. SOIL Haaaiid Dollar* <** ."r- :: Such
dentifio data to be used for future pUnnlng. Situation In Clewiston ( 0>"Ht\ iTIOX UIWTKICT redauXtea t* to to made at Uw chase
CDilici.1 U. S. Nan PlI I.ovllUt. rfatsa Baa of the City ft Sew
.n'_"'.'' w 1547 I Ten City where both ...Iae.... and
I Pursuant to the Soil I.. :irv.it:en i I..**** of the .... >..... are "1'I &-
) publicity Principal C. I. Hollingsworth was District Act Chapter $; :. Florida Ho. TIM **. rt ratar bond to to .e
R. AND WM.\ T. given formal notice yesterday by. Statute of 1941 notkv \* torvhrgtvtn I r.S....aa hare Wee duty .n.-aaasa bf
I of an election to be held November tot and are those --... a* follows -
AIXIIIIRV TIHNKS LaFayette Golden of the State S, HIT, for UM election of fire :
High School Athletic Associationthat I nperriaora for the nUAOES UII. 2 20 4B lit
j The V. F. W. Auxiliary wishes to be would be in Hollingsworth'soffice '. Pl_ 7 14 44 MSt

I thank everyone for their coopera- In the high school buildingat 1 North LaBell-Feaviei Homo a 48 7* :

DIRECTORS OF USSCClarence tion in making the cake raffle a one o'clock next Friday, October I Palnniale-ComMoac Ftail Stone.Ldikeport StcrvMoor . Ii 5 II II siIS 5e .M .

success on Saturday, to Roy Lundy 31, to investigate charges of former ? HavenHouse.. it '!

for displaying the cake and Tom coach Herbert Hill of violationof I I Polling hours :m will A. M.br and oven S:M iMtwnthr P U. i 1J S3 JO C41C 5JU

R Bitting of New York Huston for furnishing cream to go state rules In hiring his successor All Qualified rtcu.r rcaldinK wttN 14 M M
I in the District (all lamia lying within 17 15 H M
president of the United States Sugar with the cake which was won by and to determine whether or the Ural boantartea of Glades II ST it t*
for Donald Brown not Clewiston High School would be County. Florida) nhall be eliriMe t. It M
Corporation many years vote in this election.A (SEAL IMPRESSED)
prior to May of last year when be dropped from the State Association. qualified elector as defined in the CITY Of MOORE' HATCH.
aDd his brother \Vm T. Hill alleged that his resignationwas Florida Soil Conservation Districts F. D. TACK Jfayor
Bitting, Water Line Break '
Act Includes ATTEST
forced by the trustees and any per* n qualified t. :
was succeeded by Forrest Tralles, vote in general elections under the Mattie Mitchell
:secretary of the corporation for Forces Use of Canal school board and that his coaching) Constitution and Statutes of Florida City Clerk.
and who la also landowner in the It.
many years, both tendered their was deterred by outside Interference. herein named district.
resignations as directors at the an- Water for ClewistonClewiston The most serious part of the in-I H. 0. ("LA TTON. Adminlvtrator
State Soil Conservation Board.
vestigation is that if it is wade to
:' naul stockholders meeting held Oct. J4-J1 "I Din AI. cmrf IT OK
Tuesday in Wilmington Del ( News) stick it win seriously handicap the FLORIDA' AiD FOR CL4DrSrOl
The BiUings are among the larg- A break in the Intake water line, accreditixatlon of the Clewiston %OTICInr EI.ICTIO'i .
est minority shareholders In the from Lake Okeechobee to the city's school which is expected to be accomplished TO rlrlT THREE M'HOOLTlll
Tfr:> *
.sugar corporation. treatment plant occurred during the,; this term. (.R TO BK LKVIKU OTIS RAT MORRIS.Plaintiff

In tendering his resignation C. R. September hurricane and while the - V..
Bitting Game CommsisionTo Notice 4a hereby (free that an election JOSEPHINE COUASAVTB MORRIS,
gave a thirty-minute denunciation break is not a serious one and can .
win be held Tllell4 r. November 1)ffftt....
of the present management be repaired easily repairs must IS 1147, during the regular hoar for
which: be accused of upwards: await the subsidence of the water* Decide On holding :election for the followingparpo.es : Mr.OTICf sefiae TO Colaante APPEARTO Morn

.t: 95 millions of losses In potl'nl' level over the break which Grcur-I Season Closing 1, To elect three I) school Truetee. 114IT Mouataia. DrivePhiladelphia
tial earnings and a shrinkage in. red Just inside the levee In the,'I District& for which Gtaaea district Special U Tax co-eaten-School are hereby reOJtbrvd to file anappearance.

l' working capital during the pastfear meantime the city is being forced J alve with the boun 'I Tallahassee-Tbe State Game and County). Only (1) of such Trtwtff erlfced n the Uth day of November.
: on -
of two and a half millions. to take water from Industrlal.Janal . nit at the County r-durt Ha..ae in'
B> % b<- ei 'teel from each CMMI-
does) Fresh Water Fish Commission will Moor Haven, Glades County Ftor-
.Adterse weather conditions were, for treatment and while it tr Reboot Board residence: divtrfct.
kited by the management as the I, not have the clarity of water from I meet here Oct. 27 to consider pos- These three (3) Tru tee. shall be ida. and* as thereafter yea nay dr to file vr suck be defense advised --
elected by a county-wide vote but not
nason for earnings not being up the lake intake is being given sible emergency conservation mea more than one U) of them shall In response to the suit above.
to been) sures in flood-ravaged south Florida come from the same county board ntltled. which In a suit for divorce.Glades
par last year a disastrous freeze)I dltional treatment and has County Democrat i* hereby
member residence district On the
In February curtailing to a considerable okayed by the State Board of Direct Ben C. Morgan said to- ballot to be used In this election all designated a* the ID watch
extent the which had Health I nominees from the cam county this order anal be pvbttistted one a r
crop j .
day.At week for four consecative wecka '
board member residence district ahall
promised to set a new record. City Commissioner W C. owen;!' a meeting in Jacksonville ear- be grouped together; and on the basis Herein fail not under penalty of default -

Mr Tralles has not returned to'' said that Immediately following the lier this month, the commission of county-wide vote that nominee leceivlng -
the highest number of votes DONE AND ORDERED at Moor
dewiston aa yet from the stockholders break a small line was used to tie deferred action on a proposed dos- among those In the same group will Haven. Glade. C.gat"baa pith day "
meeting and no other sugar in with the water plant at the starch ed hunting season in the area until be elected: Tbe voter are to vote of October 1147
for three (S) Trustees but not for OmCIAL SEAL
complete had been ( )
corporation official here cared to plant but the line was too small togive game surveys
more than one (1). In say one croup. /sI1. WEEKS,
eomm 'Jit on the charges made by adequate pressure for City use. made The candidates do not run in group; Clerk ofCi Court.

]fr. Bitting and given widespread Investigation u now being made Preliminary surveys indicated on each a run county against-wide each bail.of the other Glade County. Florida
i _I that an estimated SO per cent of 2. To approve or disapprove the Moore Haven, Florida
the game and bird crop had perished number of mill. of district tax to be Solicitors for Plaintiff.
levied and collected annually for the Oct 17, 24. 11. NOT f.
1 in the water-blanketed counties _
JOHN H. MALOY JR. I south and west of Lake Okeecho- -

riRI.IG ACCOIXTAXTOTUIT tee. Later checks however revealed
Federal Tax Consultant
PIBLIC I that the losses may have been

INCOME TXOCJ.AL over-estimated, Morgan said. SOMETHING TO I

SECIRITT-WITHHOLDING-EST1MATFD Ufe.CLAR4.TIOY At the Tallahassee meeting the
ADD OTHER FEDERAL TAXF com mission will also consider several -

proposed game sanctuaries throughout -

;. Available I the state and set salt waterlines Always Remember '

October 15th to October 31,1947, at on Florida's coastal streams I ,

Ufk'eo: 1 East Center PHONE St. Jnt 80-W Off Circle-sebrinK, Florid I Woman's ClubI J

Formerly Internal Revenue Officer I COntlnUl'd--r-; ;;: I
Pan 1> -
Ten Tears-Florida Territory I I It I' .
II II Mrs Carr Settle, Mrs Klutts, Mrs.

Flanders Mrs Aly. Mrs. J. A. Lee, f

Mrs Dewey Tompkins Mrs. J. H.

Dllley Mrs.V. L. Bellamy. Mrs
5k R. Boe Mrs J. S. Willingham.', Excellent Food F

Mrs Gram Mrs. W. B Irby.
Get the Habit of Shopping at
I Jr.. Mrs Fred Johnson. Miss Bertha -!'

t i Gram, Mrs J. W. Adkins, Mrs.J
i i Everett Casper, Mrs. H C. Keenan,

i Mrs R. D. Lyons Mrs Gladys,

." 'I1ie .... Tn I Stalls and Mrs J. M Probst. YOU ARE SEEKING -
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t _' MFamtll j ForaItvetti. i Purchasers of the (0000 ticketsj!
I to the 1)48 Orange Bowl classic;

trill be given aa opportunity to
I er help send the American Olympic J The Clewiston }
e a I Inn'The
tore" Fb. team abroad. The Orange Do.I'

will collect voluntary contributions] tR

] s of 25e per ticket for NIAA par- #

;z- I, ticipation. South's Finest. Small Hotel" -

: V Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More Too Late To Classify I


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