Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00219
 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: November 28, 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: UF00028301:00219

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Mrs John R. Dosd Jr., has ateptd II In response to the cit>'a appli- {

tilt ihairiuaiwaip o* the It I raty! several weeks ago for aWar
ChriMataa S *J.ale in Glades
Assets surplus dragliafor use !
Cut sad has already mailed let-
in cieaaisvg ditches, repairing t
t n costUiatee sleets of tie seals t
tore** and other work needed to 9 9prevent
to 41 of those ,a. ttswatty b.yseals .
a recurree of floods of
sad arfdttfcmal kite t. all aa'I
I th* past am and tatt, notice I
taws* WI. may lie isMiaced* to tarthis I
was reetived this week that the
these year. I apikatfea bad -beta approved anda .1
Tfce _are OB tae 1MT Seal t! I Ii maJntee has been shid from

slVSw1sg a pUeat. hartwerkiagof i the Navy Yard la Perused Me, to
of oxen kaalteg a toad .( Moore Haven.
Carsstsaas tree will Uloatrate the
,! I This i* a P. aad H. -.a hine with
air* .* cewataatty teaatwertwikeeh
yard bucket sad $-toot boom
leas carried forward
ria-ht i
?( I WiTh two extra tfoo boom sei <>
aaiaat taberealoais W.... you .
4 II :i:;. It IS powered hy a Ford V-8
Say Christmas Seals yoa are prtiof tao I motor

.I. tlw teaaa working teward ..U-
BM. tradfeatkm of a dieaaa which r The city wW have to stand the

ti.4 aa ftaaul toll of S2.... ttvw. I I ansponanon expesMe and expenseof
-urh repairs as are necessary tot
Ton waat know how year Seal I
t the machiB ia operation
MIl doUan are apSatT. Five per
cat goes to the Nattoaal T bercaleeto II The value of the saaeaine new.
AsaociatkMi from hteb a I
Peat to returned to this eosa%_BJtyis !' 13 price of a little over |.8+0. It
TesaMa e( medical research and i* given to tM city oo. lIMA with the

la advice oo the beet ways of stag ****- EVERGLADES Fia NOT 27 What:, people who are expected to be look- other states, and many other notables. privilege of purchase K wanted.No .

local tttfeMrcabMM probtaau. Th will this town of G.O., look like the I): ing for a place to lunch. 1 1I I They will lunch at the Rod pleas for use of the sMchlne
other >5 per teat Ie spent IB title On the evening of December 5. ; and Gun Club which sets one of the I have as yet been made by it Is
M.. morning of Deormln.' 7 is the question I the town will be barbered and clad i finest tables in Florida. probable that it will be pet to work

Health edaeatkm Is the foundation local authorities are pondering. In spotless raiment nervous and I The Dedication Program starts bolstering the city limits levee and

atone of the program. The Right now it is a beehive, building. expectant, for the President of the I promptly at 2.00( o'clock and at I digging a ditch on the city side of

AKCfUttoa carries OQ a year- trimming, laying out sites for a United States will be here the next %.:SO goes on the air over a wide, this levee; digging a ditto and
round campaign using literature. grandstand reserved seats for more day to help dedicate the new Ever- network -for 30 minutes All of building a levee along the southwest {

radio file, slide, exhibit J'08ten than a thousand distinguished glades Natiaonal Park. There will this will be in the open with sound side of the city limits from the
sad talk aimed at the needs and! guests barbecue stands and pits. also be the Secretary of the Interior amplifiers so all can bear. well as Hooey Ditch to Lateral A where no

Interest of specific groups. Fact sparking lots for 5,000 cars, and a the Director of all National see. For that hour. Everglades will I levee exists at present cleaning

rater than fears are the weapons great array of catering facilities for Parks, tbe Governor of Florida and be one of the most Important spots other ditches in the city system of

used to fight tuberculosis. the majority of the 15,000 or more I I. possibly the Governors of several in the Nation.Woburn's. canals.

findmg i* an important part caae-j __nn___________n_______n ..n____________ e
;r aram. The eventual aim I Band Nets $116
hate every citizen given a chest Kills Turkey At 14 HarvestOf
From Cake Walk
X-ray annually to protect<<: the community And Follows In StepsOf Bean Crop Is
from unknown cases which I
spread the disease. The association His Father Hindered By Rain I Saturday Night -

also works to Improve treat- I
] mesa facilities and to aid in the I : The ute -walk-,*stag. HythejparfcSaturdaylght
ry&abiU a lon' and readjustment f\\ County Commissioner J;. Q. Taysr ;l Harvest!ol iaa ttmi#o..} f fsnaVJ -fc the?teemoers'ofthe
.' beans in this area since the bur-,
killed tits first wild turkey on
to faalty and community. Band Parents organization netted *
ol ricaae. a sixty-acre field of Wo- I
Thanksgiving Day at the age
f Tie sale of Christmas Seals Is the I11C.OO which will go Into a
burn Chemical
fourteen and yesterday saw his son Corporation. east
otj fund for the purchase of uniformsfor
sole support of this campaign to
town B nbow started
Neil duplicate the feat. The report near was
the members of the
ifinre bealth. The teamwork
Jour Wednesday halted because the 1
to the paper didn't give any
of tie entire community is needed band.
hint as to where Neil found his beans were still a little young until
to make it a success Many cakes were donated and a
turkey but it was said to have beena .C. a4 today when the drizzling rain prevented -
Do your Cartstwas Seal shoppiag II. nice oae. picking.A good crowd was present to hear the
tatty. anal ass them on your carts school band as it played the various'numbe.
I ot portion of the sixty acres was
Cleo has bag since track
aad packages to let your friend' ,. for tbe walk and to participate -
has k.llh-a ruined by the September and October ,
bow turkeys he
many effort to win the
know that you have joined the fight In an
against tabercalosis for aaotfct siavsj that fourteenth birthday, quitea floods but pumping facilities cakes.
I number of years back. and with installed during the past few month
y *r. One cake won by Patsy Carr, was
tk* game growing more scarce each have kept the remainder dry. saving -
kh :1 year it to to be doubted it Neil a greater part of the field of 'i' donated to the band and after the
David G. I cake walk they enjoyed cake and
will be able to notch his gun as Tendergreens.The I
ice cream at one of the stores.
I many times as has his dad. price of beans Is still very I
Elected Supervisor An attractive floor lamp was
.--------- good and when the weather clears
and picking is resumed it la prob- presented to James Woodward who
; Drainage District Lykes Bros. Pay able that a good crop will be b*r- I directed the band during the summer

-r- vested demanding a very good price. months when there was no
Taxes Today Months
1 In a closely contested election ; i 4 Edgar Lee Playing I regular leader and until the arrival

i 1 for supervisor of Diston Island Collections GoodJ. Football In NebraskaEdgar New License Tags 10f Harry Grant as band director
t Drainage District at the annual after the beginning of the school

f landowners meeting of the district Go On Sale For term.

held in the Glades County courthouse F. Holioway of Tampa, audi- Lee Moore Haven, is one The organization expresses thanks

is! in Moore Haven Monday afternoon tor for Lykes Bros. Cattle Company, of the principal reasons Wayne 1948 Next MondayNew to all who donated cakes, to all of

t David G. Click of Clewiston is here today to pay taxes for the State College in Nebraska. has those who participated ia the walk.
1 was elected supervisor of the district county's largest landowner In an automobile license tags will to the Glades Household Appliance
been able to the Nebraska
for a term of three years. amount in excess of $21,000. go on sale Monday morning, De- Co., for the use of a loudspeaker

Defeated by Click was J. E. Fri- The office of Tax Collector R. D. College conference ia one of the cember J; at the office of Tax Collector and for Die of their store for

trion, one of the creator of the Yoder reports very good collections hottest races for championship honor R. D. Yoder and If it will storage of the cakes and all others

drainage district which embraces a for the month of November In tbe football wars of 1947. make motorist feel toy" better at who helped In any way to make the

large portion of the east side of when a four per cent discount Is Despite aa early season Injury having to shell out this license affair a success.

Glades County and a somewhat allowed and about normal for the Lee has proven to be one of tbe cash SUCh a short while before TIle group Is now planning a bin

smaller part of Hendry County past several years. most valuable tackles In the conference Christmas they will be a very attractive go party ia the park to be held on

Frierson has served as a supervisor Although Lykes Bros. owns a yellow numerals on a black a Saturday night in the near future

of the district since Its creation majority of the acreage of the Lee is the son of Mr. and Mrs. background
la 1923 and for most of that time county it is mostly unimprovedrange N. B. Lee of Moore Haven. Every motorist is expected to DESCRIBES EVERGLADES
hN'bftn chairman of the board. lands and their tax bill is have one of the new tags on his NATIONAL r.UtKS GREATEST

i The vote, on an acreage basis about a fifth of the total county tax "1'LOmn.TilE ULVE IUUBOV vehicle on or before January 15 IX \.\TIOX.\L PARK SYSTEM
lau "Click 7.235 and Frierson 8.- bill of flU.'''. tT\TE" UILI HE THEME OF or postpone driving until be does

637 a total of U.$5 acre votedof KLOIUDl r. OP & have a tag.Weather. MIAMI KOT. S*-(FXS)-Describing -

a total 19,338 South Bay Growers Florida's Everglades National
: At a meeting of the supervisors JACKSONVILLE, NOT 2C- WorstIn Park as "Potentially the

: held following the landowners Lease Land Here (FNS)--Florida' the Blue Ribbon greatest in the entire national park I
i meeting R. Y. Patterson was elected State" will be the theme of the 31st History OfThanksgiving system" John D. Peaaekamp associate

d i chairman of the board and For Winter Crop annual membership meeting and editor of the Miami Herald

'F t Click was elected secretary-treasur business conference of the Florida told members of the Florida Retail \
er C. E. Miner is the third member Walker and Bowen South Bay State Chamber 'of Commerce December Merchants Association that more ,
No changes were The worst spell of weather for
of the board. growers, have leased an acreage of 1-2, at gt. Petersburg, Executive than 1000.000 visitors wUl be attracted
staff consisting many years, in fact ia the memory
al made In the operating land from F. D. Yuan on the highway VUe-President Harold Cotee to the park each year.
of older residents for the Thanksgiving

bookkeeper -
John *
j. of southeast of town and will plantIt has announced. I
Pennekama said that other parks
E. Bryant engineer holiday was the lot of
and V. to leafy vegetables such as cab- Principal speakers will be Kenneth for their
heard from the South Florida ia this year of too are noted principally
J Reports and chairman following bage and escarole Kramer of New York City, much bad weather. geological formations but las Everglades "

" treasurer election and Frierson. In his Te- Mr. Yaaa stated this morning executive editor of "Business Thursday morning was cloudy Park will be known as the

toe cited the need for additional that the growers would probably Week." Glenn Gardiner, woolen and chilly with a drizzling fan rain. foremost biological park in the
fort, : to take care of needed plant between a hundred and a manufacturer of Passaic N. J.. and which was more of a mist throughthe United- States and "will afford a

I' work financing the Hicpochee dike and hundred twenty-five acres. Preparation Gerald J. Doyle, New York attorney greater part of the day. Other tropical marine appeal possessed br
gates, cleaning cf the main canals of the land has already be- and labor director of the Research I sections of south Florida, however no others."

and some additional work in the gun.J.. Institute of America. had heavy rain on the holi
l northwest section of the district. S. Aly who farmed some of Governor Caldwell, Dr. A. J. day.This Mr. and Mrs. Mack Greene were

this acreage last year is planting ,Hanna, Rollins College professor I morning the slight drizzle la Sanford last Saaday week to attend

Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Carr ani Patsy this year at Click Farms His acreage and author and >r. J. HUlls Miller, gave way to a heavier rainfall and the funeral of Mr. GreeWi

were*business visitors In Miami lastTaursdarT : is not known nor the crops be president, ot tatiTersity ot Florida.was sun continuing, with little half-sister. Mrs, P. T. WhUf o

plans to plant- also wIQ:be onl Hoe' program. ' :* ;'tdeDte'of change..'. at press time. which: occurred suddenly. oa*Friday, ;
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t i HONE 4 4j TT I + I An argument. is a discussion -

Town s 4 : in which the husband Is
Rte j L it : permitted to have the next
T lo
fEPO : to the last word.A .

} i IN WASHIMUON / I boy's love Is like water
feeder Scb..t hues.N I In a sieve.

j ji N e'tb lE D:*fwToM ctD5 I You'll notice that a worn-

i an's final deeison is not always fi
Jingling JeansWHEN I SCRIPTURE: I John 4-*: n John: Acts:5:113. the
i the same as one
the nation's farm DEVOTIONAL- READING Romans 1:1-11. I she makes later.
1 have sold all their J !
Those who believe
at the end of ,1947 they
can do everything are frequently -
Proof of
will be jingling somethingmore I a i, prepared to do anything

than 2$ billions of dollarsfor for .
their year's work in their i for November 30, 1947 money.In

collective jeans- a record income. i looking for somebody to

The real nubbin of the situation, OPEN your Bible to I John 4-5; criticize, don't turn Jour bead

f however, is what will the farmer t John; and Acts 4:1-13, away when passing a mirror.

have left to jingle once he f&ta all and you will have the Scripture
his bills paid for the )year lor the background for Sunday's lesson. Add
test of any business or any incomeis to the. above passages Romans 8: i
"What is the net profit?" and not e Ml, as devotional reading, and you CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
"What is the gross income?" will be thinking of the unimpeachable -

proofs of a Christian.
So ,,wheat bringing farmers Two men are brought before us as.
an average of $2.43 a bushel, examples of Christian discipleship.Peter -

means no more In net profit this and John had .BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR..

year than did SI wheat with been preachingChrist HOW to get FREE INDEX GUIDE ..00oPatents.
prices the farmer paid at a relatively to the peoplein 8.500 Formula. Seized Fw lROY..I" *
You Manufacture: read De-
lower index. a -Jerusalem and teat.50c.. Self seal.can Bs. "1.W..,..., .....
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g, they were arrested AGEYTS-BSR money ""tru FlavorAjn.
The department of agriculture'sbureau and brought before Household Needs, UedKtues. etc. FaslrstMllitiK.
of agricultural economics M kraal profit line in the South.Stacksery .
\ the Sanhedrin. The Mf(. Co.. Caaitaaeaia, Ten
reports prices farmers received --- --
rulers and priests
reached an index of 286 last jnonth, scolded them ask HELP W'T1ES_ : WOMENNO
a rise of 18 per cent since last March -
ing by what poweror srEClVL TRAIMNO NEEDEDto
and 22 per cent higher than the post make workiM wiOfijtvres.
f name they had := :tease alte
mica or nor
World War I high of May, 1920. At can
done this. Peter In :a months _r. time. Write without..-
the same time prices paid by farm- Mfatl.a to:
ers, including interest and taxes filled with the Holy JANE A. SBERROO. *.. ... Pan, Ca.INSTRUCTION

established a new all-time high of Dr. Newton Ghost answered

237, also 18 per cent above a year them: _
"Be it known unto all. and to
ago and 17 per cent you BE A WINNER!
all the people of Israel, that by the Send for eowr of new book "HOW TO WD
higher than the PRIZE CONTESTS!" Example Formic
L peak of 202 reached name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, las. Plans. '11_ Ideas, Experiences. Very
whom crucified, whom God hrtnfal. thorourt. SOc pOfAeaid.IELJN
in 1920. ye i SERVICE. Bex ISM, Kiln .kb.
So despite the raised from the dead even by him ------ -"---

higher prices farm- i doth this man stand here before you LIVESTOCK
whole. . Neither is there salvationin
ers received, the FATTEN BOGS FASTER br atbwl.Uat
parity ratio, whichis : any other; for there is none other Weir appetites with Dr. LeGeaTs Bog *escriptfcm. -
Also aa Meal tonic for broad
the average relation name under heaven given among arcs aDd pics. Bu helped Increase preps
of prices received men, whereby we must be saved." tar mfl" of hoc raisers. Satis./ ,f-.

to prices I i[ MET OPENS 63RD SEASON . In ease yon weren't able to set I And then follows the verse that reveals HELP INCREASE MILK PRODtrOTlQM: !
paid, was only 121 the proof that these humble of skimpy ndkcn by mmlattnc Ug$IM
i i to the Metropolitan opera house in New York for opening of the app Oea wtfc Dr. LeGear's Cow Preaeriavttoa
as compared to the opera season this fall, this is the way it would have looked if you had I fishermen were really Christians: la thetr feed. A caw tonic xuaiaeteed.to
( high of 118 'way been sitting off to one side in the first balcony. The brilliant scene "Now when they saw the boldnessof give caa.ractlwMISCELLANEOUS
r. back in 1917 and 1918, a difference of of New York's assembled elite included several kings' ransoms of Peter and John and perceivedthat
only three points. So what counts is I,I they unlearned and ignorant _
jewels, assorted ermine, chinchilla and silver fox fur coats and a fewI were .. "
the amount of the has marvelled and ..d. .akserislira. AI ." Special sar-
money farmer hundred boiled shirts. The .performance was"ereli'. "I'n BaUo in men. they ; they tot offflers. Xmas Kilt price lists. Guar.
a left in his pockets and not the amount I I '''''''..* took knowledge of them, that they lowest orices. WTtte now., Infer, ..... Cesaer -.
Bin Va.Beastitai
gales luck C* tr Bill
he receives for the results of his had been with Jesus. -- -
toil. An1traMe and Snake Sbbtu..dM .
bars and Shoes SC upwards. FREE XMAS
. The Uid Is My Helpar CATA. W. are manufacturers Cahaa AM.ater .
\ ( Articles.lit Maaea SI.HaaaaCasa.
f t IN HEBREWS 13:8. we find this
Tit rroanJifork for ** enormom s* -- ------
: 1 tioit-uiJt profun of publicity..J M"W- revealing statement: The Lordis
.c.4 } tiring to tell the story ef the America my helper; I will not fear." Buy U.S.Savings Bonds!
.' 11 I i Jamey to the Americas ptoflt tndtt the The more we study the wordsof
umt time the story of inJuttry st it ftrti John In Sunday's lesson-words
..i to she fan trei InJi by di.ecsors./
the foundation for AmfrifMt Agrifulturttt that remind as again and again i
meeting in Cbic.go. Objectitt it totrtftt I' that God Is love that we love him i WHAT ul
I 4 better utiJersianJing bttuttn the because be first loved us, that A SNUUS

s f rmtrt', the genersl public aW industry.OM when we love him we are made B of the point of l6- b.u programv'i strong in serving him the clearer ; A.uwu: Irritation in tin ao a Just
2 drop Penotra Nooe Drop fat aachnatod.
k.' tpfroyil of f lUlorul14d polity to we come to understand the Incident check moea and niflk .-
itidmJt toil cossenatios.ed erosion ton- in Acts 4:1-13 when Peter |, most instantly. You fact relief ....u..
Irol mJt M. result of a nftion-uitU JarS and John stood boldly before the I ISanhedrin easier quickly. 3 ffenetoos ... Bay

ij of lnd" '01.. tOne impressing the court !t PENETRO DSp iCLEAN

good resulting from a higher with the fact that they bad been ;

farm income is shown by a govern- with Jesus.

ment study in 25 They were not afraid because they -
states to the effect acr were conscious of the presence and
: that farm families power of God. The Psalmist put it. 1LZT

spent $82 per family sublimely when he said, "The Lordis
i in 1945: for medical ' my Shepherd. I shall not want."
i services and e %i
supplies as compared When We Walk With God 1 -.!
to $51
family in 1941. The t01t1 t' CHURCH SERVES THE WORLD . These Filipinos are getting THE incontestable proof of a i 1
. report showed that medical treatment at this clinic near Manila because of the generosityof is the manner of life
the amount paid to STtlf church-going Americans. Contributions from churches In every state he reveals when he walks with God. 'TfUJf4AC

I doctors and hospitals in the union made It possible for Church World service to send the A group of men sat in the University :
i almost doubled drags Instruments and other medical supplies used at the clinic. Club in Boston discussing reli -...:
\ : Someone asked Professor William ;{
j while a third more gion. :

I ; was spent on dental care, drugs and James to define Christianity
I medicines. This adds up to better "I will not attempt a definition of
1 l health in rural areas. Christianity, but I can give you an "5-SUr Q a&y* OH )'a'litr
4 i. . illustration." sieeseeb give yet aWU 1>W.

And he pointed to Phillips Brooks. ti.ii-.first. through virgin eottoa
Education in
Democracy There was no argument Phillips fiber*-cecoHd, through tiej dd-
. I Here's a job for some patriotic or S t Brooks was proof positive that proof glass clstb Collectar Tab

ganization. It could be very well 'Ii Christianity is something vital and Trap, which
taken over by weekly newspaper practical and real and effective in cal rot and
publishers since it's a fundamental everyday life. S 1 t>
I . grassroots Job of education. The .00 thus aU w pal. i
President's committee on civil i Mien of the eiL O 55As

rights in its recent report declared ,4ti' Who Is a Christian exclusive

that its surveys revealed only one w \\7E COME now to the question AC featuss. d' -
out of five Americans has a reasonably which always emerges whenwe tRyt4TJY

accurate knowledge of the Bill think along this line Who is a I .
) ; of Rights and one third of the people Christian Look now at I John 4: I
j had never heard of it. And this revelation 15-21. I quote some of these revealing I
I comes at a time when the words:
P n.wAa
I American ideal of individual liberty "Whosoever shall confess that m'l
; I. and freedom is being challenged in
Jesus is the Son ef God God
the world by communism or other dweueta in him, and be in God. 666 .

i totalitarianism. . And we nave known and believed
I. the love that God bath to as. God
I j Is love; and be that dweUetfe i- ...........................ta11/t11
One power which the government .#Coldlfrfvaalltt beLlrhr
love. dweOeta In God. and God In !tuu
4: may get as a result of the Urn." +< -
I in food and the
grams .
gambling -: = =-:::- -
; I reluctance of the gamblers or Church membership does not 4&-41.
I I commodity exchanges to police : make us Christians Baptism does _

themselves is the power to fixmargins not make us Christians.
and daily fluctuations in Anyone may become a Chris- GIRLS! WOMEN!

> \ .. .. prices. Tbaf almost a must if tins provided be or she is willing try tills If you're
", -j." not for the special, then for the iI to confess their atter lost estate

. '< next regular session of congress. and repenting *f ala believe ell NERVOUSOo
: ': the Lord Jesus Christ as Saviour
i .. w wAs e sad Redeemer. Cbrlst Is tae Ace
1 \ : :;;."-. far as we can judge, the inside thor and the Finisher .f ear salva Un' II ....u.Co .-
will be more and enate faacttnn.I t weXftly Aatorvacea -
I Is that there tion. There Is none other same
aaka ton eat ttarvooa. IrrttaWa,
\ Sore anti-trust suits 'Cainst.inter coder beaten given among men ao watt sad un4 oat-at IncA Um sfTtea I!
CHIVALRY IS NOT DEAD . These chivalric looking gentlemenare .
"mana cement and directorates whereby we most be saved. ma try Lydia K. FtaaJMa Tar*
j locking * form some cf the boys from Siena, medieval city of Italy'which nostalgically t aWa OoBpoojid to rtUcr w* army -
of bit companies "Whosoever win may come. tona.u-.MMOM for tfclat Tafeo rap>
! The suit against tte17 recalls the good old days twict every year t* reverting to . Iu1 w Pmthala.. G06Speaae brie
mcoopolies. investment bankers fifth center clothes customs and habits. Big feature .a these w e- baud cp tartan XBtta web .ia-
( far CmaeP eI
; Ug WaIl street glens la the "Pali et Siena," a medieval horse race ttrttl* CM *.*(11ngda.ariS.rSlebalt ., *9 Freteataa 4..a Ala* s peal Stoo.c1Y IGDkI 'I

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Questions i 7. What is the ratio of people to :

'. Britain Decides on Labor Draft r land in Alaska
! 1. Which has the most bones in
The Awe
its neck the giraffe or the spar-
L. -== .Released by WKTT Feature. '

i : Beieaae4 by WNU F.*.....&. EDITOR* !NOTE W h. .'1.... art ts,reut< ta UtM cl..... then art tt... .( row? 1. Giraffe has 7, sparrow 16. \
.._.. NewsMMr Labs': .... aaab* Lad uM ase..arMy .. ... w.s.aM.... 2. How old is the game of chess* 2. It is said to have originatedin
r Rural Volt Will Decide 3. How are illegal stills being India in the third century A D.

I tracked down these days* I 3. By airplane.

4 \ymCH of the two major political 4. How many different kinds of 4. Ninety different kinds.

i '_ parties will win the nextnational trees are there on the White House 1 5. Because a 15-foot specimen

: : election and name a president grounds? for example, can extend itself or

, depends largely on which one I 5. Why is the India rubber wormso I be pulled to a length of 90 feet

I : will garner the greater portion of called? 6. The use of vibrations of highly

the votes of rural America, the 6. What is the "ultrasonic laun pitched inaudible soundwaves

s Email cities, the towns and the I. dering" of clothes that has been to shake out the dirt

':. farms. i predicted by a British scientist* 7. ODe person to 10 sq. miles. ;
The rural vote has been normally

Republican, but it must now be over l''
whelmingly Republican THEIR DECISION . With these four men rests, in a Urge measure ITS ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST i

if it is to oS. the fate of Europe in 1947. They are: Rep. Charles Eaton (Rep., N. J.),
set the opposition chairman of the bouse foreign affairs committee; Secretary of State St Joseph ASPIRIN

vote of the machine Marshall Sen. Arthur \andenberg Rep-, Mich., chairman of the d'Bate WtWll* UrttST SHlit AT KH

.controlledmetropolitan senate foreign relations committee, and Sen. Tom naally (Dem.,
'y centers : Tex.), an influential Democratic voice in foreign affairs. -
will DEADLINE shelves in the kitchen
continue as :
long as local elections I placed low enough to be within NEYEIIIIiITillll

enable the opposition December 1 I Hungarian Fugitive easy reach. Then useless things _
will not be placed' there and
to continue ,
Apparently feeling that congressional ----"
its organization. \..wed to remain. ai'l C Ittiel8J
approval of his request for .
.. Candidates of both parties have, 597 million dollars in stop-gap aid -e- '

for the past several campaigns, paid for France, Italy and Austria was re Saphtha or gasoline left over

mere attention to an attempt to influence assured, U S. Secretary of State a ; after cleaning garments may be I

the mass large city vote George "Marshall sounded a new I strained through a fitter cloth and -

than that of the rural districts. It keynote-speed. returned to the can for further '

is in the cities that most of the campaign He suggested to the house foreign cleaning purposes. Ii I=='== .
funds have been spent that
affairs committee that a deadline of : -e-
the speeches have been made; it is A Bale Ticks V.-tro-1I011D earn nos-
has December 1 be established for : Try a new use for wallpaper I tra relines bead cold cUstrtsi fast!
to the city voters the appeal
emergency relief to the three bard by putting some under the glass of And st used at first warning mare carmee
been made to "turn the rascals out?
ahead Va-tro-n.4 artaaJy kelps to
pressed nations and looked table
I c or dresser or dressing
The rural vote is not greatly rwt many colds from developing.
influenced by vituperative, vitriolic to an early March deadline for his \ou U like the gay elect I Try it! FoOov direction la packs.
20-bdlion-dcilar plan
partisan oratory. The rural I eventual four-year.European recovery I -e- I VI ISY .'lo-ltOL

voter, as a class is a patriotic, i Sit down if you can while yon .
sane thinking individual, who State department witnesses I work. It takes more energy to - -

does his own thinking; writeshis backed up Marshall's plea for speed. staid so have a kitchen st' o1l.uidy ,

own editorials, and asks only They testified present fund would i for all kitchen tasks ,,"n.-h.
France and Italy only thro ash i i
for honest factual informationon carry ZolUn Pfeiffer, leader of Hun can be done sitting down. And

which to base his thinking. December beyond which looms the gary's anti-Communist Independent if your kitchen is large enough to s

He does not vote as he is told; he brink of chaos and confusion-po- party, thought it likely that be hold a really comfortable padded

does vote for that which he believes litical, moral and economic-ur less would be arrested by the Commu chair, by all means bate it.
best for the nation. He net additional help is rushed across the I
is was nist-dominated Hungarian government I i

attracted by the Henry Wallace pol. sea. I, So taking a leaf from the I I

icy d scarcity, the plowing under of Also testifying before the house I book of ToUnd's Stanislaw MiVolajciyk ; SEL So 'llh ofl 11n

planted crops or the killing of little foreign group. Lewis Douglas. U. S. be disappeared. Me fled l-r

pigs. lIe is not greatly influenced by ambassador to England, offered a into Austria a few hours before a I A mairwalked into a restaurant

farm subsidies is not asking for brief, pointed summary of the whole parliamentary committee was due I' and left the door open.A Su bow
'something for nothing" issue of immediate foreign aid: to decide whether be should be big fat man called out: I ;

AN INDIVIDUALISTWhat There can be no guarantee that the brought to trial fcr allegedly sheltering SCOTT'S btlps
"Shut that door! Were
he is expecting, and demanding aid program will succeed, but it Nail SS members. you ,
in barn! build :
is a market for the products would be more risky to deny Europe brought up a you up \

of the farm. He is an individualist financial help and watch despair and The man closed the door, wentto It rs1 'nt na io.asd ... -

He does not want to be regimented pandemonium spread across the LABOR DRAFT: a table sat down and began to aarM eeWe 7..leas.....w.t >i 1

as a price to be paid for continent cry.The n.sb ..'..ra1 .aD .
Eierybody Works fat man looked most un- ViU.i. loot Tkn try real-ta.tlar '
assistance. lIe knows the world Finally, it was the opinion of Sec- _
comfortable; he went over to the I Stott j oki< tb.HIGH xaxauxFOOD
needs and will use, what the American retary of Commerce Averell Harri- Great Britain's nationalization : TOXIC ... how IM
sobbing and him on .?.
farms produce when world gov that European re- man patting ...,.. kctJt to let 7ftr' str.Ftk
man emergency program, geared to extremities has the shoulder, said: Wrkl Bow ,.. esa.u ..
ernments will provide the finances lief "can be substantially met, despite ..
risen to the drastic level of a sweeping eoldt I SeoU' a roM .ia.01
"I'm I didn't to f
and methods of distribution. With anassured in this country sorry. mean. -.. AU Vila..sal
supply labor draft in toe nation's desperate hurt your feelings." I ; -h1lcliQ ........ .a. ..
market he prefers to standon .. ..
struggle for economic: sur because 1u7.t.a&: .
his feet take his "I'm net crying you _
own own rivaL I t.d.r i.v drss
chances with all other lines of pro China TooVirtually hurt my feelings," was the reply MOtI Thai )Just. totc-
that will ,, The battle of production: upon "but the fact is, I was brought up 1 if' 1wnentl'DliID
duction. The party propose forgotten under the press ,powcr/uf nour
which Britain is depending for her in a barn and every time I hear
and provide, insofar as one nation i of urgent affairs in Europe is the
life, bad reached a crisis which demanded a jackass bray it makes me feel '
to world distribution still
can. a practical way problem of China ravaged, the efforts of able- "
of food will appeal to his contorted in war, constantly back- every homesick.
bodied worker. in the land the British
intelligence if and when he is gnenthe sliding into greater political and economic Labor government decided. I I

factual information that will corruption.As II ---
So the "spivs" "drones," idlepeers Gems of
demonstrate to him the practicability a modicum of aid and com- I ThoughtI i
hatcheck girls and others KIDNEY SUFFERERS!
cf the proposed fort to that Eastern nation. Secre-
whose occupations come under the IS good discretion not to
That rural voter whether be
Marshall has proposed a 308- I ,
be of the town or the farm will tary milbcn-doQar aid program to be administered bead of trivia m the nationalization make too much of any man 74% BENEFITED
doubletalk. regime will be rounded up and at the first: because one cannot t
cot faD for political
with the .
in conjunction tacfioicaJ test 7!* *
lie will not accept meaningless drafted for industrial labor by government bold out that proportion. I ...
European phase of the Marshall a N.Y. r arck orgaateatloab
He wants aU the decree starting December ... .
statements. All '" .sQsssSt' l.ai.s_
face the table. and plan. 8.Men. Vbtn tit .rt fat .* err kids s'aeas as A* .., obis
cards on
op will decidefor At the same time, Marshall held between the ages of 18 and 51 ,r,,..ft no otter trty to took bet.,. =.s..s..r..lM.sl.,.C ,
when they are bib.n..iatd ( d.a.w.idwa. I
It which offers to his stand that the suppressed re- and women from 18 to 41 will be -R.oln' s.&s--. .ptiH;sad=...cd sr.rr teddy.
himself party .. ..
cu.Qa.Iv Tr.Y sirsoetMf.n.
port of Lt Gen. Albert Wedemeyeron caught up in the coascripbcn. with Faky .....
of the nation d b
most for the good I U t sr 7 % MT r.5 -
for minority. conditions in China would not be a possibility of a $:,_ fine and twot'ears' What is called liberality is KM;Mly hid to rat=s abt..ab.d r
! as a whole, not any made public. He intimated that it imprisonment for those who. often merely- the vanity of giving =-=T.asrs..i..sraw.t.saf.. =
On the decison of that rural voter Gan et ass s.e IM
t drew such a dismal picture that to refuse to register -La Rochefoucauld. (\ MV .fcidun-1 dd.r)Pffli Irani sas__ ,
the verdict to be delivered next .
would be harm- cat Ca1ss 4 tbsb ew s..apae.ee.e -
November. To influence that decision release the report CoBccnpts have a choice, bow- DOCBUk Tut-a UO.Ni.1 BACK.MI .
II' ful both to the U. S. and China. Blessed is he who bas found
To him ever. They will be given the alternative - -
he must have facts. mere
him other
his work let ask no
condemnation of the other fellow ; of going into the coal mines. ;
CORN DOWN: blessedness.,-Carljle. ?
I means nothing He is not accepting agriculture textile production or . 2//IuJSu/le/t

Fourth of July oratory nor any."av. SemiFinalsThere ay other of the essential industries
The world turns aside to let } inn acids in rust w
cf Sags The party that whose production must be boosted I
ing political knows
was a smattering of bad any man pass who RHEUMATISMNEURITIS1UMBACO
to stave oCC economic failure .
and does, provide for his consideration -
can. departrotaTssemifinal hither he is going
Ue agriculture
the most convincing factual news in : report of the yww If a labor draftee refuses to takea \

information will most influence crop proffered job he may be ordered
do with corn and winter
It bad
that rural voter. The rural voter is Into it

waiting. lIe win decide when. be has wheat TO SOOTHE ITCH MAGIC
something on whichto base his de The 1947 TJ. S. corn crop now RED ACTION:

cision. The time to provide that stands at an estimated 41'7.42.000 I RUSH OR TITTER ,
bushels a decrease of 11,282,860 Riots, Terror ] h oothlfir and eeraforurijCRXVS -
-campaign begins.
ij before jrtlKCS 1.-UU0 tf vtff
. bushels from forecast made a ComnuaiattJwbIe and terror I OINTMENT with
That is slightly below>> itt wholesome antiseptics and na- large a tttn a. 31i-Swaa So*MtlttiTNk
A Fain Economy month ago S639 was on the increase in France I tar aiding medication.Nothta elM -I it Haines.R IU e I
of ,-
the 10-year lt36-45) average awl Italy. hke it-nothtar m eomrorttef .. ii Iicim
SM MK CTKJ ii ss m r.at
There was at least one seemingly 102.000, and far under last year'srecord pieaaaat for externally caused skis
Spreading paralysis gripped the 'I today. I mi M..... jintinmt .. nn
unprofitable saving made yield of more than 3.: billion Fre&ch port city ef Marseille as trouble Me. Get a package

by congress In the effort to cut bushels.Hopes. ,
workers responded to a general I
government expenses. It cut eat for another bumper wheat strike can by Communist labor

the appropriation for Senator crop next year received a thorough leaders after a day of noting in #t4D Ohs ?

Byrd's economy committee dampening with the department's which one person was fatally wounded thotiajcb
During the life of that committee that about 25 per cent It
announcement and six others seriously curt for Z&x&'cnd 'Mnty'&o MTHOtATUM TWINS
responsible for a saving -
it was of the intended waster wheat acreage In Milan Italy Communists

of more than six billion dollars. in the important treat plains racked an .nt -Red newspaper plant :

The committee's cost of area had not been seeded by November and attacked a police station m the I

operation amounted to only $11 1 because of dry weather course of noting which gripped the i

for each million dollars it saved Simultaneously it appeared that city in a state of near terror. They \

the taxpayers. We could wen meat production had started a downward demanded the immediate suppression -

afford to pay that kind of aa expense trend impelled by the re- of newspapers "which incite i

item. There are still duced corn crop and higher feed people to hate and vengeance** the t
plenty of costs on which coca a :
prices.Department. suppression of "organizations of Fascist -
committee could continue work of agriculture spokesmen character" and the arrest at '

ing. . estimated that there will be once of "aQ persons suspected for
a cattle population of only ':'Z million their activity against the republic.**
The Taft-HarUey act is presumedto on January I, 1MS-8 miDi n In both Marseille and Milan the two famoux. Cut-cctmg mgredi-:
outlaw labor feather beddmg The cf 85 8 mQ- QO/w M ENTHOLATUM eats that thick
brotherhoods are demand- below the aH-tone high Communist seized upon relatively mucus, helpswetlnag. soothe ,
railroad ben on January It 195.As unimportant incidents and managed cold-inflamed membrane Soosonneat -
other things an egt.tmaD .1 .
When bead-cold makes
ing among unit of multmleunit a result consumers will be eating to magnify them to a point where smeary eae* ep. bead tarta todear.Don'talit ,
for each a for and BOM feel
crew gasp air.
locomotive that now is operatedby less beef pork and poultry next they could incite the more impressionable raw and trader,reach for nothing bMd-eold nuntyrynsg -

two men. The public would have year-there just won't be as muchto citizens of the cites to riot. I MenthoUtaxnandB-R H-E1 dowa-u ldeniBolttam.Menthoiatum .

do the paying. go around. fcg and violence. fnr tam. comfortiaf I1.SI tnDB CIBtCIlI1IIIHISt
to e e Camphor aDd minty Menthol IAWIIIIt> II UI fiIIIfII .


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PAGE tom GLADES cocvnr DEMOCRAT e- --

t f - center.I IIOme..here we shall have two days Bfa-! -weet. '
\ may be that they do offer slightly McCarty, did a good lob of handshaking nitely want a recreation to relax. Iin't Thanksgiving tea*
COUNTY for an
GLADES but Route 25 Is Still closer and met a lot of folks but we can go
open) derful!
4 31 miles than the the chap who surprised everyone ing of fun and entertainment eVjn\\ -"
DEMOCRAT to Miami by some has long been Many times the recreation The Seniors won the ......for the _
the shorter route to West Palm was Walter Rose It
lacked the ability has been started but we feet best poster for Book Week. W.-
I when Conners Highway is said that Walter -
. Beach (
.u..e4 Every Friday By ableto
aren't the work that so
that we appreciate many
let his hair tle cooperation
miles than around the east to mix with people '
THE GLADES PRHTI\O CO. I.e.I several We have so did to help make Book Week successful ,:/
shore to South Bay and Route 2$. down and be one of the boys. Well keep it going
I MOORE HAIR FLORIDA time often heard from older people that those who waked ee tht "
This means that we in the west there may have been such a
-' CARR SETTLE. klUber lake communities must erect a sign but after watching, him work at this phrase "Youth in this town need program the posters aad the dla.plays. ._ :

t I..ul'.... Raterseta also and point out the saving in convention. 1 for one am ready to I some kind Of recreation but whenit EpeeiaUy d* wo thank Mr.
M... ...D I little and ...d.. -
k alongside time to help a Greene for fettteg M ae A
to Miami and steps have stack the Senator up I II comes .
mileage I
) Tear ____ $2.31 there
, tie already been taken to determine Warren or anybody else in this re-I give a little time and money at his store for a dt $ay.

j I: costs of building painting and erection -I gard. He made a mighty good Impression -, are a very few who are willing. I I A member of visitors attetde

1- Entered as second-class matter MarI I It shouldnt be difficult to i and plenty of friends with The young people here need 1' the program and visited the Q.brary '-;

I. 1927. Florida at the, Postofnce under the at Act UooieHaven. of ItBa&ee the cost for there are his easy manner his ready wit and somewhere to go and have fun, and We are glad yon came a&i -'--

! Csna7a. of lUrch 1. 187. plenty of folks in Palmdale Moore personal charm. we are willing to cooperate in getting we bv that many more will climes::-"-
Haven Clewferton Lake Harbor andSouth I. Nothing developed at this get-to- a recreation: center started. dartag the yr.Tiiiiin.
that '. need and advice. It wBl tak-
Bay to whom this flow of gether-get-acquainted party 'I. help
tourist' traffic means plenty of dollars would indicate how these candidates up some of your time, but if we setout GRADE

fNIEANDE'lINGSBlI and it mast be kept coming. will stack up when the race is to do something all workiag (By Carol Byrd I ,
actually underway It was more together for the sam purpose, then ,."
'Vella.* added some water plas1e
Carr Settle I have deliberately refrained, -lor like looking the horses over in the surely we can attain it. It will be We need eestj
to cur aQaadRm. ,
several weeks, from paddock prior to a race of everlasting table to have seasthing ; f.
the past
.. I laestioaiag anything about the sugar Very few editors have picked a of this sort! te ear re tmunity. (Coartlaaed on Page 5K.i. > 1.-:.
We have a lot to be thankful for I
mill ..which Just about a year man as yet and this was the first -:' '.
this year as we always bare, but :' ago seemed assured within a few opportunity most of the boys bad If yon are at id to give time or I .n RIDS \ITE-U -

maybe we'll be pardoned for not I'I math It to natural to assume had to look the field over and forman mosey for this cease lisle doe't -
being too appreciative of this spellof of sil While it has been great :,:l
that after so many Months opinion refuse for it will give you a =
weather which has come aloe I I once from those peopje who plannedto generally accepted that Fuller War- deal of* pleasure in the ed to know I NOTICE U h Ric-n 'r'
bids will be received at :
with the It chillier than
holiday s place the mill here that most ren is out in front with Tom Watson that your child *. baring a good tile County 8uperiuterrdcnt >
it has been, that we can stand but second at the moment of Instruction of Gladf e "c
I should become discouraged a close time, and under the supervision
to have it mixed with wind rain la the County Court House. :
up and figure that it is all over But few are ready at this timeto some older personHaven't Have. Florid, until T_M Jc;;
and cloudy weather ia t so good. either one will be M. Monsfejr, December CrsMuatl.a -
I am reluctant to give up even yet.I concede: that you some Ideas! I am osi .j
But griping abovt the weatherdoesn't of and repairs d.:
am told that some form of the the next governor. sure we would be more than gladto date school building "-.3:
do us a great deal of good old sugar quota will go back into Most folks believe that issues bear them! datioa, floor roof and pela Iii ..r -t.::,
taking it ae it comes whether Its it might I will have weight In the coming: .... aDd out Proposal err to hamaterial a.. ,.
badNeither effect in January. and We already have sosae games of good qutlttjr ass)'"f"-!,,;::-
J good or have been fear of this which .kept campaign than personal appeal or that were purchased when we woraatAB-like labor and m .'-- <"
I from makingthe oratorical ability People are con- tale MMer specifications sa
Louisiana firm '
the started the recreation center abouta Ir ettlllete to .how kind and
can we be overjoyed gamble; of moving their mill In cerned over the future and will of ramterials to be u..<.d. Bidder -.:::-.
year ago. '
about the series of hurricanes we this Quota be less want sound. constructive, intelli- submit store than one propo..t ,
1 1947 Should We will also have to have a build- or a single proposal may contalEk :- "
had this fall and the rains whkh to proposals as to what, will be
stringent and offer some way gent ing for our center It.will take a Uraate ataUrials with price -
have filled the Lake to a point build the mill and get in a crop done and how it is to be done. great deal of work but if :yen will tine and Most assure be reasonably a completion eart V eMswhich ,- ,--:',
i that we'lI.be behind the eight-ball it be that Among these issues will be the will be "
under the system may cooperate with the your people of An bids or offers "
through the entire winter-possibly still be built. school financing( problem water and road publicly at or soon '-:
I the mill will the community you will find that date and boor above namedu'
longer. But we can pull a Polly- control aid to municipalities a :'
they are willing to do more than sewing the same The Boardthe ; :
anna and be glad that the lake level sales tax and highway construction. right to reject any and aii"tAet'The :,'-
their part of the work. Board of Public tutnllUla :;' '
downward that we
Both Burton and Dick
of Glades Count, FIortU.J'
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have never had to wade water (here Ervin made favorable impressionsat Margaret F m.m. County'ft** -
In town at least) that the condition the meeting. P. Guy Crews TIn UBIUKY tWSElsie I periatendent of Public tnaUwVtton
f; Ton Late To Classify press ( Story) -
t has focasaed attention on the need did not attend and the general and lava Luvenia Gorman. C -"'"
Well the big week is over
Nov 11-2*.
for additional flood control work I "''iYomwhere
concensus of opinion in regard to
I which may be forthcoming within flil'ssEI.l! KAY this race seems' to be that H IMS

the year and we may hope that the I between Burton and Brvin Persoaall AlrethaMa
of hurricanes this year may t-X.<...-..:...'-.-":->--X--------:" ) I
group ', I doubt whether or not
t mean that we'll lie left alone by the 11 The Florida Press Association Crewe will qualify ; I sit Joe Marsh i :

eteaeats for the next few years.c held a pre-conveDlloo open house at'I. Ammon McCMlan who ...BOIIDet"d _Gy )

c St. Petersburg last week and invit- some time ago a. a candidate I J

If you were one of those who ed political aspirants to attend and for the office of Commissioner ol .

Mt yon had little to be thankful get acquainted Just about every Agriculture is gettteg around. tht' i Ma Hoskins w

for at this season of Thaakagivias. candidate for public office put in state and making eoatacU but he I

it would have done YOU'good to an appearance has a formidable man toat in Sneezed at Cats! .-
read your paper thoroughly Thursday Among gubernatorial candidates Nathan Mayo 'I ,,

morntog aavd as you aA downto or prospective candidates seen Whether or not Carlisle an wor-i

\ ; enjoy a boualifutepast at th milling about the lobby of the ry Ed Larson very ninth rwaains I Ma Hoskins couldn't understand beer. Myself, I enjoy a moderate;!
If noon hour your appetite ralfht hats be for Ed is firmly
1 Suwaaee Hotel were Fuller War- to seen, entrenched >
why she got a fit of sneezing every glass of beer or two with frkadtj
been ruined had you stopped to in the office, has host of -
ren of Jacksonville Walter Rose a time Harpo the cat, came ia the ... but it's up to them what bet;>
J'J'I think of how many people arc of Orlando W. A. "Bill" Shands friends and it takes a mighty good '
room. Finally figured she'd have to they choose.
I' In the world who would have considered of Gainesville Dan McCarty of Ft. man to unseat an official in aj
themselves fortunate tc I Pierce Colin English of Tallahassee favorable position as Ed Larson. jet rid of Harps altogether. From where I sit,the important

j have had just one of the dishes I and Dick Cooper of DeLand. Attorney -I I The real cabinet race will be for Then Doe HoQutar explained thins is not to let our social!

you were served We have a lot of General Tom Watson sent the post of Comptroller between Ed she had an "aner .* Cat's fur allergies result In antisocial

': up and downs here in America his regrets and stated he would have Fraser and Clarence Gay. Both made her sneeze like strawberries taboos. Let's not criticise the

: some of us think they're all downs I been present but for the fact he was men can be expected to put on give some folks rash. H. gave her fellow who likes beer If we I3k*' '

i at time, but when you feel depressed confined to the hospital in Tampa energetic campaigns and while Gaj an inoculation so she and Harpo eider. A Lttl inoculation of toler-' 3

anytime It isn't difficult recuperating from an eye operation has considerable advantage In holding could live sneezelessly together. and can help us liva-and-let-Eva
: to realize how blessed we have
the office Fraser has powerful
Among candidates tor other state happily together. -
I lot of have "allergies"
a us
been to have picked out Americaas guess
: 1n political strength and will put ut
and federal offices who put an
ia the social Some folks
national home. sense.
t our ) Dick Ervln of a tough fightIf
l appearance were: Just can't stand movies, or radio )e :nlA.tomediau.
Palatka and Grady Burton of Wau- Colin English qualifies as candidate a ; -. :
There appears to be some deliberate chula both seeking the office of for Governor there will .Other folks don't go for -

t effort being made at points Attorney General Ed Fraser of Me- probably be a mad scramble for his
i In the state to prevent southbound present job of Superintendent of
Clenny and Clarence Gay of Orlando ; c.nriI"1M,tfmtui pearor. *
t tourist traffic from coming through who will square off for the Public Instruction. The campaigning -
I the 'glades with stories of high poet of State Comptroller Ammon tempo will pick up from now on

3 water over the roads cattle drown- McCellan of Ft. Pierce candidate for and should be going good right aft-

i ed in the September storm still Commissioner of Agriculture; Ed er the first of the year.

scattered over the highways and Herlong, Jr. candidate for con- '

I right-of-ways and any other story gress from the fifth distrIct R T. SCHOOL DAZE

which will discourage the tourist Carlisle of Jacksonville who is running I I'a

i, Miami from coming or other through points the in'glades south to who for seeks State reelection Treasurer.to Ed the Larson same Editor: .,..................... .. Jimmy (lkk.kscaclate ( 0 X..

Florida. Some intrepid tourists. office and R. A. Gray Secretary of I Editor ..... Donald Farnam FUMING ,

coming on through despite the State. Congreesmen present were: I Society ....._.......:.... .. IoriJl Griffith

ctoriea have been amazed' to find J. Hardln Peterson of the first distract art's Sports ......... .. Joyce lack .

highways in Just as good a condition and Little Joe Hendricks of I toy's I'-IOrt1l ......... .. Don aIlol ;

down here as they've ever been so the fifth. Altogether it was quitea i Sponsor Hoye "

far as through routes are concerned. party. The only lady politico I I
present was Mrs Nell Alford of I IDITORI\L DAIRY I

These stones. are going to have Jacksonville State Committee woman Thanksgiving has come and gnnr i
an effect this ..winter but not so :and just how many of us stopped ,

great an effect a* those who tell Approximately for newspaper!: to think what Thanksgiving Deans' Roughage and Concentrated Feed
them think for, eventually. those, folks were OB hand to greet the Probably very few of us think or I

; who betel them wilt find that I dignitaries and while there were no I all the things for which we hue I : '
> they've boss victimised and it will!speeches aad very little politics talked I to be thankful I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
react against the sectioa where they the eaadMates made the most i Most students and grown-ups
are told. I to ac- : DEHYDRVUXO PLANT
of this opportunity renew think only about the few days of

Another thing which promises to. aaalataates, meet new people and vacation. and especially about the II4.VEN 1

tend some traffic by a different make an impression, while thenewspaper hunting and fishing trip. picnics
.! route unless an effort is made to folks welcomed the opportunity and various other forms of amusement \VOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) :

offset It is a slfD whkh has been to size up the field and and recreation But if we MOOUK HAVEN, FLORIDA

'i ; erected at the Lake Annie highway form opinions should all Just stop and think we I

'- Intersection directing traffic to take Some of the politicos simply put should be deeply thankful tor peace 1

the short route to West Palm Beach in an appearance shook a few -after all the dreary years of war

I, t Miami through Oke< Okeechobee Chamber of Commerce others stuck around. Fuller War- in the United States of Amer-

\1 fj : Is wide awake In erecting this ren's stay was brief but he was one ica where the four freedoms Get the Habit of Shopping at
sign and making an effort to d).I of the most popular figures at the freedom of worship, freedom of

I I; :: tent traffic from Route 2 > and P I gathering Bill Shands and DanBOB'S speech, freedom from want, and s.

m1 ; I freedom from fear-are assured.
We should all take time out and
p' give thanks to God for the many 11 ie In

bountiful blessings He has bestowed
:; PLACEThe upon 1IS.mcml.iJO. "ltm, FortMyers YDept.

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town hang-out and we're glad to

\, t (By Donald Farnam) I Store" Fla.Easy .

l have you \| Tea we are here agaia with thai:

sane old question, "What Can BDot. .
1 Cold Drinks-Candies-Cigarettes About Oar Recreatfo Facitt-

I tin" ..1t d we will *ttee to be
l --- confronted with the same ffwestfoa Terms on Purchases $10 or More

for years t* come until someone Is!

ROBERT FARNAM f willing to give some cooperation, BCT FROM OLIt: C.\T.\LOG-OnF 10OOOO Items
J I help and advice
We do desperately need and def -

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FIUI1, ,0n"I8>:& 28, 1847 I

'' '' Mr. sod Mn S. L. Crochet and' oar room. I political map of the world. We use

Sharon ot CteirUton and Mr. and Some of our class went away for I it a lot in our geography work.
; Mn. Ward Roberts and efeUdren. 'the week-end. Betty Ass Young I The boys in oar room ham
I \
I 1' PERSONAL Nli went to Sebrlng. Carolyn S.mmerIaD planted some Lima beaus Soma
and SOCIETY "Of.nXH H.b I was In Arcadia and Linda Roberts -: worms have been eating the leaves
HARVEST PARTY Tn-'D.\l" visited in Clewisten. of the plant but Mr. Whittle?

j Twelve of our aua are working brought a sprat and helped, u. kith
-2 One of the< most Bilanoaa stinks t 011 Bible verses: the worms. !I
0+oa-: a a a a c a a a a c 0 C U G G C H-C GaG COO a H D Q G G G CD.."%...4 of the< year was the< "..an-eat part," Sylvia Gomes te absent We hope (l %tiaed on Page S' a :

A. G. Hutckineoa Is a taste***I Mr and Mrseraoa Dick of given Tveeday sight at the WOo eke wB be back soon. \
visitor today IB Fort Mu,.. HaatnvoBd, m.. who recestty return maa's Clak clubhouse ay the social W* did some' espertmeatfl ia ear
I ed committee of the Woma&'s dab for steals ST. MiRTIVS EPI OOPLCUCROI
to Cfewistea to spend tke win-'j, class last wMLXD
Stanley Waymi; of" Miami spec* tr, vtetted friends bee TMeda tile memben, their kaekaad aad a :'
the woriread at Me hem Ut-e. I few gaesu .\ ROOM Rev .%-J. LlvHj. Rector

I Mr aad Un Ward Ro .ru at-I{ The eatertammeaa bUt of far ia- (Cart Jo1I....) I I II

Qaeatkt Baaaea sad daeker, ttadftd the Fiortda-Miawi aawe !.;; tiMed ererytktee from couples We are glad to get two days off Services every S,day, t:* a. m. i i
Shirley. aad Boitaa 9 *wut Miavl ckewtog a atriac to retch tkemankmallow third
Weft; Friday slat aad reaaiMd; Mr TMabgMag I Holy CommJ Bret aad : 1
m Miami sad Naples ftotardayMtesai J to speed the weekend there wttk' tied at the crater sad Miss Mete krosgkt us a new Sundays eack moatn.South .
rotottrc : eating ...... Muaeaded from tile \
Careijra feryoat and Martha _1 'i ceiling ky atria,. to group _.ia. l. '
Dowd were vmtton ia IIIIwIIa{ Sioa Suite rotaraed home Monday sad aa oatkaemMie tent hardly I j
Green Saturday_ airtt tram tile ttartenicy of Florida graceful oaaare daace. Mr sad !
__ I ta GaiaoaviUe to sped Tkaak-I. Mrs Barry Gnat furnished tile .L REAL iEEL i I

Mrs. Baton Aaera Pegay Stott*.{ pTlq with kte .ether. Mr Gladys piano arromaanuBeat for the aiamg &- t
Jee Ratk Braaaaa sad ikM SItaJJe. ;; while the entire crowd Joiacd Bend'sLiyi'ELLYIXDIXGA1'iR3liLi
Stall were m Fan Myers TsipadayMM. .I : gaily into:>> the various game sad
I Harold Caaoa, a staoeat at Florid -!icoateat I wiaaori ia each lasaaeej H
W. H Psta*** to apeo
of wools with raUtiv* IonOkoeahoie. need w.-....? aigkt to opeadTaaakagtraH i Cottee o.:k s sad doa .. with ate panau, Mrad .,: served sad tile weather ceoaerated I Ii
1 Mrs Tom Caooa. by being cool eaoact for a fire m i THE EW C1CXOID I:
MM J. W Adkis and Mi*. J. : I tile fireplace over which mars*.
s. Air ware ....... ia Welt Pates Mr. aad Mrs. Gfca Brower aaddaafktcr I mallow were roaoted.Ama The Micxomatic Reel 1
I IIne..ed acre from
Roach Tuesday
I those eajoytag the oceaaida -
1 ClewMtoa sad are oecaayiag tile :\ THT10l C\ ADJtIiT TO TOUR P\RTICUL.\U
: were: Mr sad Mrs WardRoberts
Mr. sad Mi*. Ralak Wood wow Wallace hose receatly vacated k7Mr. Mr. aad Mn W. F :Maier II' FIHI>G NEED
sad Mn E. H. ' They lnally Sri for $25-OO:
in West Palm Death .IMr I Boytes
oo Friday Mr. sad Mn Fr M. Probot, Mr. and I'
Our Price . . . $17.50
last . .
week. ,
I Mrs. Lacy Bowea sad SOB Raby.Idnl Mr* J. S. Aly. )(r. sad Mrs. Dewey I
1 and Howard aDd W. O WlattI TeaptriB, Mr. sad Mrs. Stanley
*. H. C. Xeeaik aad Vir{!tctoai tie left Wednesday for Qaincy \taymaa Mr. aad Mrs. Jacob Hide rSH.LPE PF LHEGlass
Mr*. M A. gammer and Joy I. where they are peadi&g tkTkaaksgivteg I la )fr. aid Mn Harry Great )lr. Rod
were ta Fan Myers MoadsyMr ; holidays sad Mr*. E. H. Boyle. M t. and
Mn D. C. Gormaa. Mr. sad Mr*.
aad Mreraoa Coeknaeaad i j Mn. W S. -Boteaiaa sad dangk-,Mack G....... Mr aad Mr*. Carr Guaranteed Nut to Break Flabinx While rirware FL'htng-.t lifetimeof

ekatrea were vtetton Is Sekrlac -'; ter. Blake. retimed tile latter pan,J Settle. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. H.eao.
Saaday of Jut week treat a viab with relative -, Mn L. E. Faraam. Mn. C. H. Set $30.00
\ ia Moat oa>ery. Ala. Rev | tie Mrs. J. S. Click and motkerMr .I
J. X. Ftiarsoa and v.... Bryant Batreaa met than h TallakaaeeeMr *. C. V Wadlow Mrs. Gladys GLADES HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CORP.
attended a flood casual meeting toStaart $talk. Mr*. J. W. Adktea. Mn.Fraace .
WtaaBiayMr II t aad Mr*: ;::D. Gaattckfldraa sad ..... Mm Aadrey CevJ-I ,
I drove to Aakettlle N. Cool ter, W. O WkttUe. Mr Sarege sad -l
and Mrs. R. A. Wflllam apeey tkejttter nan of the week. Mn.! Ralph W......
the Taaaaaatvtag kottday witk Mr Oaatt aad tile ekildrea are
sad Mr*. T. P. Whaler sad familyMm 1 tac there to vWt relatives through-j. BtRTHDFollowiag\Y EX1iX61
to P. ..... I liaaksgivtnL : K'JO\'F.U m mmlaHI :

MM Moore, Mia Myrtle Mr aad Mn. Ray Toder Miss I the regular meeUa of I
BovMia HIM Coafter aadMrt
Astroy I Wanda Yoder. Mrs. CecOe Brooks I tke Rekekak Lodge T.Iaupt
Bradfard are apaadiag taloweekead aad SOB BiD,. Mr sad II.... ... J. .' a birthday exctntace: was, eajoyedkoBoriag
oa a trip to Key Weat Baamgardaer sad Karea spent i tIIe.-era1 memben who ,

j i TkaaksciTiac Day sa Wet Palm have reeoatry observed btrtadajaaalTefaarte I
Mr. aad Mr. C. E. Jeakia aad : Beach with Mr*. ttamy Toder *.
MIL ClMrttft* .! IdAfcflta&vi BPttfctTtsataajilaa I Biago was played with high prl e ;p p
Miss Margaret Taa Be Veld. a '
Kay with Mr. aad gutsy to MM W4 Howdec&ellad
Mr*, Fred Inmvm stadeat at Soatk Georgia College die retreakmeat committee .
at Coffleae. Ca. te saeadmc tkeTkaaksftviBg .
foatpoBod of Mn P.11 La&dy. Mrs.Fred
Mr oad Mr. H C. Keeaaa aid koUdays with her J.....*. Mrs, Leoaard Stalls
i Mr. aad Mr. Joe Taa DeVolde. I
Vlialals atuadad the Fort MyerSarassta -; psi-eats, and Mn M. A. 9 nuaers served -
aam ia Port My r, Wed-Ii Ucion pmpkla V** with
aeaday BKtMr cream aad coffee
Mi*... Wanda Toder sad Iraae
: Eajoyiac the oce&MIeta Mrs j
a4 Mr*. C. V. Wadlow awl Seott. Jimmy DM W.... sad'I Joka Moore, MiN Mirgte Cram, 1
Ratpk Willow maraed Satarday Chide Cog all Mttdeau at Stet-'I Mn. Pal Wttooo. Miss WaciaHowdccael' .
from a vwftb ratattre .. ... Uaierstty n DaLaad are! !, Mr*. A. O Rc.d 1.1
Tat** sad OtmfcM, OMaMr : speadlag. the TkMksftrug kc,!lia;;; Mn W, L. Wetkt'IB.gtog. Mrs. J.
at tkefr ...... here.Mts. I. "'. itliict-ax Mrs. W. T Bad Mrs. '

aajd Mrs.:o-JL: BasiIawntaa J. M. Bkh.v. Ira. H. Q. Stewart.Mts. '
.ad Mrs -W. e. Hayes easel TMday .- Ka.y Mardock sad her L )!. LIIIJ sad Mrs. J. C. ,
sad W.-...., J* Part Myr b* y daagMer Mary Katkertae re-: SwlsdsU. r
from Good Samaritan -;
tuned Wednesday
sad TMaamMr
Hesottal In Wit Palm DU-GHnn nOR I II
Beadi Her mother Mn D. B.
sad Mrs. J. W. Adkiss and .
Gladys Stale attended tk* Florida- Leaky sad sister Mrs. Margaret I Mr. sad Mra. Henry SaaB of I / 3
Miami girlie te the Oraa.. B vt E kksoa. who he bets with her Pabadale aaaovaee the arrival of I I'I
Friday aicktMr 1 there< returned borne with her.Mr. ''I a baby girl oa Vovomber It at the ,
[ home of Mrs J. S. WflBaghamTke i

and Mn Mast Gr.ea peat; sad Mrs. J. S. WllUagkam i> young lady ha keen named
Taaakef9la te Fort Meade with'1 bad as their TtankssiTUg dteaerf I LIMa Gail.School t

Ilk BtM.... Mrs Harry "dsis, adMr wts ),fl'. and Mn Floyd SfceBabarrer -I
dhfidds.Mrs. II and Miss VJrrSaia Smltk of: Daze-
Fort Myen Mr and Mn Roy Al- -'" .
W4 Roberta, Mr*. Joe sto and daughter Carol Joy of I r'!t- -_ _: i,
RowaIUYeJ' more
>>... -
Tided Mcnfcoek aad baby in of Clewistoa. Mr. sad
Mf* I sad Carol made .* a ..
West Pate. Booth Sund ay, A. J. Bell and daughter of Miami i Tkaakagrrtac poster We wish

; everyone Happy Tkaaksg1via i;

'on1TJI-GlUnt: ,

sPEcIAi By Betty Aaa Young* I SOMETHING TOAlways
One of oar room mothers
T. 'lor. vteKed oar room
Friday Mrl.\\ fleiiieiiibei.
We have wettest sew bi>ok:

USED OIL STOVES ;, oar library. Carolyn Sammeraill I a
gave as two Cheryl Sheridan
DAMAGED FURNITURE and .s iBrteea aad Mte Moore gave I WHEN ITS
.. two
Howard Whiddea and Bessie Hancock
USED IRON BEDS At Liberal Discounts
brought some sea shell for
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Church Sf'1aooI-IOOe: a m.
SHOPPING DAYS to: Moraiac Worekip t:4' a m. YOU ARE SEEKING
Tae Methodist Ckarck extends a
: welcome to you The Chsrcfc
CHRISTMASBETTER .\School has a class for ereate.. II The Clewiston Inn"The
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Teaching the family to wipe'their Keep the window open slightly
before entering the while the gas or kerosene beater
1 ;E house saves wear and tear on is being used in your home.
am ek by WNT7 Future. I rugs. -.-

I By INEZ GERHARD i -.- When pressing armhole seamson

3 BROOKS is as irk I A must for children during the a lined garment press the

{ HAZEL to talk to as she apple season is, of course, their seams open. Armhole seams on
; beautiful to look at which is favorite caramel taffy apples. unlined garments are usually ,
l Plan on Baking LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU is usually delighted to helpin turned toward the garment. .' !
They ue i
saying a lot. Green eyes, cop- _.- .
Holiday Sweets Cream of Tomato Soup per-colored hair, a bright live- their making these, especially for Clothesbaskets that are lined :.i

Well in Advance Baked Veal Baked Potatoes ly mind equipment enoughfor parties. with white oilcloth are much eas- + s!

I' Green Peas with Celery Rolls any young actress; add Measure curtains before laundering ier to keep clean. Use a piece of "

Apple, Banana and Raisin Salad that to the ability to look on discour- them so you will know the oilcloth for the bottom and another 1,
Frozen Custard Peanut Bars agement as a stepping stone to success | size to which they should be to run around the sides of the ;..\
and have Hazel. Married
I Recipe given. you I stretched. basket. :
to Cedric Gibbons, alter a modellingcareer
( and a two-year contract at
Peanut Bars. Metro that came to nothing, she NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS
(Makes 21 bars) took a small role in "Arch of Trii -

l 2 1 Vi eggs cup cup brown shortening sugar Practical Potholders Jiffy Crochet i

1} cups sifted flour Our improved patten .fcra.l oak
>4 teaspoon salt eary-to-tee charts sad phatt. aM eew.
.. rjete directl.r-makes uuSlllHit tuy
1 baking powder
teaspoon Price 20 cada.I i
t li cup light cream I Due to aD amanaBr Uutfe d. Mad sad
1 teaspoon vanilla current caailBiOi. 0001 tMte ... k
required in tOUof ordenfcr a (nr sf the J
1 peanuts
cup most popular pattern
2 teaspoons confectioners' sugar P i segd TOUT order to: 'c;
Cream shortening until fluffy.

Peanut bars are easy to make Gradually add brown sugar. Thor Circle Kredtecnfl Dane
and easy to serve. They are Ideal oughly beat in 5"k.fa SL Ckttace M. O. ;r.
for Mack fare for the youngsters, eggs. Sift flour, Enclose 20 cub far patten.
as well as family gettogethers salt and baking a No
.j daring the holidays. I powder together Nam.Addrrr..
I i and add to shortening I ._
It won't be long now before the : mixture .f e -
holidays are with us, and that means alternatelyith LO i
the children will be home with their cream. Stir invanilla
I HAZEL BROOKSumph" If pocketbook winces at the
constant demands on the cookie and peanuts ,
jar. It means, too Bake in a I mere thought of Chrotmat don't
which led to an importantone start oft
there will be moderate oven scratching names your
plenty of enter- (350 degrees) in in "Body and Soul;" Enterprise list but decide here and BOW to
Studios know talent when they meet give practical, useful gifts. For
/ taming, perhaps a square glass cake dish for 30 min-
and it Hazel not only has talent, she has example, local dealers are featuring -
e not of the elaborate utes. Remove from the oven .
\ variety, but sprinkle the top with confectioners' ambition, great honesty, and that Q J / ... two timely items you can give
evenings in front sugar. intangible something that spells , t -w,' I generously to the smokers on your
success. I Christmas list. We refer to Camel
of the cozy
Crumb Cake.
--*- Cigarettes and Prmc Albert
warmth of the
2 cups flour NBC's comedy series, "The Life Smoking Tobacco. These popular
t fireplace, Hi cups sugar of Riley," will become a topbudgeted brands are all dressed up in fes-
there should be a 2 teaspoons baking powder
Universal-International film. i f tivewrappings, ready to give.
simple cookie orS >4 teaspoon salt Irving Brecber, who produces the Camel comes in a handsome tea-
cake to serve. 14 cup butter or margarine program, will write the screen ver- ( package carton contains 200 mild
Wise cooks will
2 eggs- well beaten sion, and William Bendix may star flavorful Camel cigarettes. And
plan to do a lot of their holiday bak- \t cup milk in it for the pipe smoker, tonguefriendly -
ing early. Some of the cookies and li teaspoon cinnamon -*- Prince Albert is available In
\ confections can be made early, and Is cup nuts, choppedSift The Hospitalized Veterans Foun- Christxnasy one-pound tons. Both
I'i they will taste so much the better dry ingredients together Cut dation is having a drive for funds; Camels and Prince Albert have
t for it Then too, most women like to in butter Reserve one cup of mixture surely there is no more worthy space for a personal "Merry
:' make such things as pudding and To remaining mixture add cause than this. Among its founders 7466 Christmas" message. Ask year
:.>J" f fruit cake before the holidays so as combined eggs and milk. Beat well and officers (all unpaid), are Jack dealer to put some cartons of ,

,.. to relieve the strain on the kitchen Pour into greased pan about 7 by 11 Benny, Joseph Cotten, Sammy you ever see such gay pot- Camels and tins of Prince Albert -f.
later on. inches. Cover. top with reserved Kaye, Herbert Marshall, Perry DID ? They're practical away for you now.-Adv. f
< If you're making fruit cake or pud- mixture. Sprinkle with cinnamon 1-
and Walter Fidgeon, and too. Good and thick and sturdy.
ding, chop the wits the day before and nuts. Bake moderate oven,
in a
many prominent business men and candlewick. "!
Made of rug cotton or You Can Be Partner
and molds. Then the a
prepare your 375 degrees, for 35 minutes. industrialists. Money is needed fee .
making of the recipe will be easy Brazil Nut and Fruit Sweets. radio and television sets, phonographs Make theM pretty flower potholdm ;
; and there is less chance for error. (Makes 36 balls) and to provide traveling Protective as well .* (17. Pattern 766bi Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! \
direction for both.HugeVentilating
i English Plum Pudding *4 cup brazil nuts theatrical units to visit the wards. .1!
}i pound butter li cup raisins Send contributions to Sammy Kaye, i
1 pound light brown sugar Ji cup apricotsI Fifth Avenue, New York City. I SystemIn Get Well
I !
eggs cup pitted dates --*- j
." 1 pmt milk I I I ii cup coconut Unlike many other prima donnas New Brooklyn Tunnel IQUICKER 4 I

1 pound fine bread crumbs Put enough of the brazil nuts Rise Stevens has repeated only two .'I IFOLEY'S
t. 1 glass grape Juice through food chopper to measure selections that she sang last year They Brooklyn-Battery Vehicular Fr..1'.rC..ga st..t. c.ad
l'i pounds raisins, floured V4 cup reserve to roll mixture in. during the nine Sundays she has tunnel now under construction in NeOey* far :!
; 2 pounds currants Put remaining nuts through chop. been on "The Family Hour" this. New York harbor will have the Cesgb ..., f
14 pound citron per with raisins, apricots, dates season. And she did those again only world's largest ventilating system,
t 1 ground nutmeg and coconut :Mix until wen blended by listener request Collier's.It --- -
t Cream the butter and sugar, add Form into one inch balls. Roll in -*- says"
beaten eggs milk bread crumbs, remaining % cup of nuts.e'. I Many of the scenes of "Caliostro," will deliver 4,200.000 cubic face ilrokenOu/
grape juice raisins, currants, finely which Edward Small is making in feet of fresh air a minute, or 12
f sliced citron and spice. Steam in a Italy, are being shot at the fabulous per cent more than the system in Do as so many do foe skin Improve
I buttered mold for five hours. Vine d'Este, which was lent to Ed- the Holland tunnel between Man- meat use R smol Soap for daily
\ hattan and Jersey City. and 68 percent cleansing youll enjoy tnedkatad
Have you ever 'made your fruit ward Small Productions by the Italian
i I Redact to sootheply iniutioa.RESJHQL0 .
than that in the Mersey
i more
t cake in little fluted paper cases for government Gregory Ratoft is
. individual servings? It's really very directing. tunnel between Liverpool and I I I ::A'S'::
Birkenhead England.
easy and saves on baking time. -0t- ,
Small Fruit Cakes (Dark). The advertising agency that is -- .t
1W cups butter handling "The Sunday Evening:: I

: 2 cups dark brown sugar Hour" is doing a wonderful thing. -t tI
8 eggs, beaten light Instead of sending Christmas gifts !
d 35-4 cups flour to the press, they're asking us to i
i 1 teaspoon each of cloves, allspiceand t I name someone in Europe to whom I
cinnamon j they will send a CARE food pack. /MjrcTVW n
114 raisins A certain little in France is
.. pounds :. ." .... I age. girl vtlCwLl /
14' pounds currants going to geL.some extra food, and I /
H pound citron, sliced thin Do your holiday baking early I the agency has set an example that II
j H cup melted grape or currant jelly by planning to make plum padding everybody ought to follow I b
Cream butter. add sugar and now. Steam it la a mold S
f cream until light Beat the eggs and then store it in a tightly covered Hollywood stars are swarming in
until frothy and tin until ready to use. New York, many of them not averse I s 4z'z
add to the butter to doing a stage play if they had a
i and sugar. Sift Almond Crisps. chance. But charming little Jean I te' S 4a
: the flour and H cup butter Lcckhart stepped out and showed ;V
spices over the \t 1 cup light brown sugar 'em an; in "For Love or Money"she I
cut-up raisins, 1 well-beaten egg gives such an excellent performaaee -
currants and citron 1 cup Boor that the erities raved.
and mix well *t teaspoon cream of tartar -E I

I Beat into the other H cop blanched, coarsely chopped Jim Davis lost seven pounds dur.
t mixture; add the melted jelly. almonds ing his first seven days as leadingman
i Fill small paper cases and bake in Cream the butter and sugar until opposite Bette Davis in Winter
i i slow oven for about 30 minutes. light Add egg. Sift together the dry Meeting at Warners'. Andofthe

Small Fruit Cakes (Light. ingredients. Into this mix the nuts. 20 scenes (or set-ups) filmed
pound butter Beat all together. Drop from the during that trMe, 18 were of a romantic -
1 pound sugar end of a spoon onto a greased baking nature
12 eggs sheet and bake in a slow oven -*-- Rub in Ben-Gay,quick!Gently warming Ben-Gay
I scant pound flour (325 degrees) to a light brown. When Robert Young saw the first brags speedy welcome relief from chest-cold discom-
I to 1H pounds grated coconut Vanilla Wafers. rushes of Columbia's "Relentless." fort.You see,Ben-Gay contains up to 2 V4 times more
t 1 pound citron, sliced fine H np butter and watched a four-month-old colt methyl sabcyUte Ud.IDI'DthoI- paia-rebevmg
} I pound blanched, sliced almonds *i cup iJgtr named Boogie do his std Young agents known to an doct< 1 pound raisins, cut fine Yolks of 2 eggs said sadly "There goes my per offered rub-ins. Insist: on genome Beo-Gay, the criginal -
I pound candied pineapple, sliced 1 cvp floor formance. In five minutes rm dead Baume Analgenque.
ben 1 teaspoon vanilla and forgotten.A .- JIM f.1'th but.t IElllATlSllwIl8KU Aid asswia
pound candied cherries, sliced H teaspoon salt a. W hr IIiW $.. ay fir CIIMa
floe Cream butter and sugar together cumber of young couples who

% cup range Juice Add egg yolks and cream again. have baby-sitter trouble have bought
H teaspoon mace Gradually stir in the sifted flour, television sets: now their world
Proceed as in recipe above. vanilla, and salt Drop from the end beats a path to their doors. For

', Both children and adults like of a spoon onto a greased pan in them it is good news that television'sfirst .
peanuts, and there' nothing betteror small rounds, about an Inch apart, regularly scheduled sponsored 0.I
easier than to Include them in a and bake in a moderate (350 degree network is now available, with Jinx

bar type of cookie made delicious ) oven untO delicately. browned. Faflcenburg and Tex McCrary asbeadhners.

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INKLINGS By Jarvis 'I [ BACK IN 1897
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Schoolboy Howlers I!I

) Pigeons First Air Mail PilotsPigeons J
'Nyy Then Lou gems _/ iwf orw 4ioi
fiJ I were Ute from txtmtmitHH ftptn: carried messages in ancient I i, postage stamps for use on this i
Prevailing winds are winds that tunes, beginning in the das pigeon-borne mail. '] n
always blow. when other winds of Cyrus the Persian king (about I } In September, 1899, the service 11
stop blowingIn 550 B. C.). But it is not generally i was extended to Marotiri and lien
some rocks we find the footprints known that they pioneered the and Chicken Islands. A rival service
of fishes.T world's first regular air mail servo known as the Great Barrier
False doctrine means givingpeople ices. Pigeongram Agency, began opera.
the wrong medicine. It began in November 1897, I tions in the latter year. Both com
when the Great Barrier panies continued to carry mail by \
Antidote is that
a funny story
post over these routes until
you have heard before.A gram Service established Pigeon-I pigeon
lar air mail route the opening of the New Zealand
refugee is a man who blows land New Zealand and Great cable in 1908.Letters .
the whistle at a football game. Barrier Island 65 miles to the I flown on this pioneer au
Asked to paraphrase the. sentence north-west across a tempestuous service were written on sheets of .1
t) I'r -' "The epistle was written in strait About eighteen months later 1 tissue-thin paper, folded in such a t
j- I jocular vein," one boy wrote: the New Zealand Government authorized I I manner that they could be sealed
The letter was written in blood" the issuance of special with the postage stamp itself. i
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!I Change Your Weight for Beauty's Sake Beware Coughs ,

--Oat booklet Po o. 46 will help you lose frca csmniKJ ccifc .
i throe extra pounds In a short time. Has :
iI ? hroiowcalory toes, calory chart many menus hints special and rule rcc. j That Hang On
I 'f Send 23 cents i coir I lor Tbaifeovt
fl. weight for Beauty's SakV' to Weekly Crconralsion relieves promptly because -
Newspaper Service ZU W 171* St.. New it goes right to the seat of the
Tork 11. > T. i'rnt name, address, troubla to help )loosen end expel
3 n1l booklet tine and No. 45. germ laden pblegn, and aid nature
Finders lupers, losers weepers:" to soothe and heal raw tender unnamed -
(! bronchial mucous seem'
braaes.Tell your druggist to sea you
) b\ FASTER-SMOCTHR'ul a bottle of Creomulsion with the understandinz -
: you must like the way It
cjaickly auiys the ccugU or you are :
ALL- PURPOSE DASHER By Paulson INCLUDE plenty of lettuce and to have your CREOMULSIONfor back" i
greens in your reducing I.
diet They're high in minerals for Cigste Chest Colds Bronchitis
vitamins and other health-giv I a j
ing properties-low in calories. ets ae oouur txee g BUY C. S. SAVINGS BONDS yz

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The World at Its Worst By Gluyas Williams t'r CHAMPION I GROUND GRIPS







CHAMPION Plowmen know that the j 1

performance of their tractor tires can-m .
or "break" them in a plowing match.

must have tire* that take noU and pull-on I I
WW6 U> HU ft EStS WHO HftVE' IDf l))5f HCWKTXRf I
1b MACH 1-1 iE ttME, WIftI 1t P.L1S8M J g, tttii I W\tl.'Il eM 1tu.1ID11O soft ground-on hard ground-on soda
I, CcrzF 6'r't 6cu.rtr! D a'S GIX JvocR tfI.IIttJJiG 1f 61ST on stubble. They mast have tires that take a '- ? a {
+ ( >4 UTf ifKKtf StPUWf.Lrrj'iI E twqjj U VttCt 0)if ISIissfc
full clean bite tires that
bite a center plow *..
h'tRt HURMURiKS "TriW HE CWt V(&} K9 VCU c.j a MP RtfVftlElRn / 'a 6
I HCW t KKP INNER fKW 3F1aaW6 right through under all conditions. ?-irs *'
That's why winners in the three big c / *'

national matches this fell (Big Rock, Wheat-

land, Illinois and Webster City, Iowa),
plowed on Firestone Tires.They, like most

Si'L'ST' A'OIEJ) IN ""'"' J3tocK8llT : other contestants in these big events could '
1 GUESS IT'LL Be 5D3Zihi6 not afford to gamble with a rolen center1 h'
..EFORS' 11r:1.L KNOW Wi1,473F4E tire that might let them down by clogging up
with trash slipping and spinning.
Firestone Champion Ground Grips will ,
perform for you on every job just like they t'om

perform for champion plowmen. They will

always take you through. And they will take z' ,

you through faster, without slipping. That ,
means time and money saved. 4 ;
Specify Firestone Champions when you ss 4 z .
order a new tractor or when you buy replace t

meets for your present tractor. See year 1
nearest Firestone Dealer or Store today. .

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Pioneer ; I soften the water and it flows into and I being the two having seats, this past week? Ask Peg All the

Days Recalled I the "clearwelj;' a storage tank away from the others found oar I gate sure were "baddy-bad with
that holds 50.0011 gallons and into! seats and discovered when taw game br.

the homes. (We aleo learned that I II started that we were among Mlari,,. What's. this we hear *** new

I t: As Farmers Kill Deer'I;I Moore HareM w's around If.,...I faN, people OB all **<*. of an rseE'f ,.ttemoaaee. pepp .g up ... .. no-
I gallons per day.)) fag for Miami and there the tw qjI dew! How hst tha* Jqr and
I j i, loops oat for: X Hsoa.On .
n -------- Thursday November 20, Mr. Fred of as sat yelling or
-- Flanders spoke to oar HR. on the :: Florida. Finally the game was I my rounds about town I have
Moore Haven Men Are >>..< aU-c one of my tneuUs went last subject of "Stakes. He stated:, over and Florida had won. Then aotfcad lately a very sinking new

1; ThdUitagiiiUK that only 4 out of 136 kinds of I we faced the sad situation of getting -I car. Look swell borWJaen! is
-Miffed At.Buck's i Ub my. here comes Mrs Lane: snakes- Cad, in North Amedsa.aredeadly 1 oat ., the Bogl _thrOfl h aU alt ary turn to ride? ?
TrespassingThe i i She ib going to JIll It one of us for poisonous. He stated also i those people and finding our way, What's tuts about Bobby and

j'tbc pumpkin pie. I hope she doesn't ,': that many snakes apper and lower i j back to the car After much pushing Jeanne? Poor 'ole Arthur is out
j pink me or my friend aeit to tae. we got la the cold it !
jaws are not separated allowing i ii I palling and tagging seems
hunters coming in from the I am going to hide under mf leaves ,'i them to swallow rabbits and other I out. We walked this way and that i iVat gang of boys went hunting
} woods during these fint few daysof with my friend. Oh. she 18 piekia animals whole. ,i ii and finally to oar delight we saw. Satarday night? Heard they '
the banting season are a little my frielad"' aad sse! She ia taking we really had time there :_
approached but
i!i Friday November 21, at school; oar ear and aa we a
put oat because in mGllt' instances. as to the kitchen! We are 'going i i the caraad had .
: assembly, several skits were paten I I saw a group of people near they a wonderful time from the
they have bad to resort to barnyard to be the pumpkin pies. I the
: b group from various grad a.i I diamvcred that most of reports that came back. Lights are
tnra ys or beefsteak 'tor their Here we are oa the table, Mac The \"th aad 8th grades pat on a I I Moore Haven crowd had asstmbtedthere. i rice iaveatrtw to have &rt'n't they
Tfcaakagiving dinner. Now Mrs. Las fe patting -:
open. have ;
skic "The Adventures of TOM Mr what a time we hoys
Nut so in a couple of farm home a into a ate .... AM aowj i j Sawyer" by Mark Twain. 1 I ud after talking> for !some time 1

aboat a mile east of Moore Haven here we go into the ore and: end 1 i Tuesday. December 2, Betty Jean i i we brake up the happy reunion and I THIS, TIIVT AM TilE OTHER '

where Joe Morris and S. T. Smoak oar Urea. 11 He&driekeon will play a clarinet sole I started oa oar trip back home. Beaters were born for great things,
are still picking bits of veaisoafroae Boo has! 1
at oar HR period, with Mr. Moye Juniors were bora for email,
tn ir teeth following a saatptn '
I 1 accompanying her at the piano. TUB JCMonsBy Sapkoaores were born fat asefalthings. '
.aa Thanksgiving repast. And. FIi'7H (; :.\U.; i ( Lofts Coa) -

that choice bit of venison coat them (By: Rheba Brown) I Tae Juniors are at last hard at Bat way were 1Yoshuaa at
XM shells no ramping equipment. "Thanksfit 1U J" i an? tra
work practieias their play "Prfo *-
work few i (Geraldine Laagfottf) I
no time off from --oery a Over the river and through the "

:3nnut. of Sunday morning time. wood.' I I and Thanksgiving ARE we happy vacation! These ia here tear It.wr.Mow a comedy Could You ia !three acts Say ... I wish T was a f oae. a j
It seems that Joe was sitting on I. I ,
To have a tint-rate play. settle
the Sunday days are surely welcome! which fa about a bashful, you. oa a
bas front reading
.. paper when he heard an awful I Hear the!.. bells. ring .tia8-a-liDC-j I... The HMM Ee girls are piaaaia i prafiaaar who ......t like aiDiarawwaca [Not era.....' for a prelim, but Jes1 '
Uag I (or so he says) but when he a aettte still.
auaotion in his chicken yard and for oar buffet dinner..
with Harrah for Thanksgiving Day. fultloal becomes. engaged to three girls at : I wouldn't eat. I wouldr.eep.. Iwouldn't
looked np to see a big bock I show, that come off .. 2. '
I even wash
-ilia hems tangled in the wire. It come OB, girls let's make a success oace things really start
SIXTH (K\I).; We started Interritjwin the Bat Jes' sit still a thr.iia"i years
toy be that he yelled a little too of it.
(By Barbara HatehlaaoB) I Juniors a few weeks ago and the! and rest myself b'hO |.
for the attention of his aeightor.ilr. The band students of the 9th are: I
SflMtak. attracted and he We have finished our animals and : answer to the laM one was Bobby I Yoa'il never be a stone (lit n.\'pri
was Virginia Rae Keeu. clarinet: Bertha -
gtedly gave assistance. TH men we are going to staff them. i Stewart, clarinet; Ural Bowea,{I I Sexto This week we have a very i mind you'll be under on- _ii" A\\.
We got elM Ms slap sad three j i! od-lookiag of about 6' :"-!
grabbed the buck by the horns and I tro* bB ; Tommy Cask, tr roboce; +{ guy i
little ... .. bite
ont eyes aDd brown hair. He is
oa* of them managed to get Glen HatchhtsoB. trftiafcn; WfiMa;
x his pocket knife and open it before We had a play on book week aad Jane Tompkhts. kettle sums. |. very good at all atom aad popular l
all the other grades or almost all the 'with and alike
the boys girls -come on
the deer palled loose tram I We are all very frond of Wilma
to the Jugular other grades. kids he's not hard to guess.
"be. A quick jab! Tompkins gruel composition,
We are having parts geography, j
:finished the career of the trespaaa- I "Birds of Florida" which she read
Jag buck and it didn't take long t. and ykre telling the moat Important I in class Tuesday. It was one that I THE DIGMFIEI) NE.MOKS

prepare him for the Thanksgiving ones. won't be often matched, here or (By Elizabeth Jones
.(N<<. Mary Loa Coyner has the flu and aBw here. Daring the past week one of our
Deer in this section are not atsalt we hope she gets better aad can I hassle room mothers Mrs. J. S.

common and the only explanation come back to school this week. TilE ) (; ;;;;;' LORti 1 Click, seat w some divinity candy.
around We bad oar picture taken Fri- II We eajoyed it much and
is that hunters in the area (By Peggy Stalls) very we
Lake Hfcpochee scared the bock day and we will get them some Thanksgiving is over again for should like to express: our thanksto Sunday and Monde
away from his native habitation and time in the next two or three weeks. another year and we the Sophomores her for that fine candy 1

sent him off to look for new graz- hope it was a very happy one I Friday afternoon the typing room Marx Brothers in

ing territory The chicken wire SEVENTH GRADEJo for each and every one of you. j was arranged and a camera was setup
was a little too much for him to ( Anne Couse) Jo Ann HarveU went to Lake I so that everyone wishing to have "Night In Casablanca"

-cope with.Edwin. Tuesday November IS,. at E7-IIR, Wales last Sunday to see the Singing -I I a school picture made could do so.'
r ---a the Rev. Scott Bozeman In assembly Friday November Lateet Fox News
----- - gave us a Tower. Although she did not
fine talk on "The Road to Success," hear the chimes she still thought it I.21, a skit entitled "The Painful
mentioning such "necessary thingsas was a beautiful place and she hada Age" taken from the book "Seven-
(1) being natural. (23 being wonderful time. I teen" was put on by the tenth'

honest and sincere (3) being a Last Friday a group of us attended eleventh and twelfth grade : Parks
lYr Larry la
l worker"(4) making friends and the Florida-Miami football game I The twelfth grade also put on a: ,

it! keeping them.Wednesday played in the Orange BowL This I skit taken from the life of Steven
"Jolson Story"In
November 19, the being my first game of this kind I : Foster.
a a science class went on a trip to the was very excited. After many de-1 I "

water plant. We learned that, as lays the six of us made our way on I DOT'S DASHES ( Tetanieator)

1f. y water is pumped from the lana! to Miami. When we rot to the I Notice To All Students: Adults SOc Kids 25c

into the plant chlorine (to purify) Orange Bowl we took one look at If yon hear a peculiar and extremely
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and ammonia (to hold chlorine in the 32,000 spectators also attending loud noise these days, don't
I the water) are added. Then alum the game and shivered because I be alarmed-it's Jut "The Seven.

is mixed: in with the water.- to two of us had seats separate from and their pride and Joy.
coagulate sediment, and the sediment the others. Having never been to I Every one that went to the FloridaMiami Friday Hd SafarAay

r I settles in the settling basin a game of that sort before and not I II game last Friday night I Alaa Ladd ta
i after which it is filtered through II I: knowing our way around' or had a wonderful time! How 'boat I
ont foot of half-inch rock one foot I exactly how to get back to where it kids! That Miami night-life to I "Calcutta"FOOD.

of eight-inch pebbles and two feet our car was parked. We trudgedon realty something! ,
of sand. Then lime is added to though fearful but eager. Doris I Who was the Marine visiting Dot I I

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i For ILICCLENNY-Edwin Candidate Comptroller, O. Fraser 41? WAYS YOU CAN SAVEr V

announced today his candidacy for 1

? reelection as State Comptroller.

Fraser was elected In 19 4 S to .M
complete the term of the late J. M. '

i!. _Lee, but was disqualified from : P !IVES THE PEACE ;;
t erring by the Supreme Court be- . . .
t eanse he was a member of the
"I legislature which had raised the ..
i salary of cabinet officers including
i the comptroller. ,
i Co-owner of one of the south' ii
I largest nurseries Fraser has made

f :an avocation of public life. He has 1. Eat no meat on Tuesdays.

I :been a member of the Macclenny .? SAWE MEAt
I iSmra council and of the 1937 and .

i '1979suite house of representatives, .
i -aad nerved as senator from the district 2. Eat no eggs on Thursdays.

I 1 of Baker and Clay counties in
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*he 195 and 194 senate. ,
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i 'Edwin Gardner Fraser was born 3. Save a slice of bread every day. ;
: 'Dec 30. Ml 4. at Newfcerry. the

i son of James B. and Little Fraser.
'Be attended Alac' na and Baker

eoncty schools, and started In base- 4. Remember, when eating out, restau .
.%aH and basketbaC.
The Senator and Mrs FVaser. the rants will serve bread and butter only

. former Jessie Thelira Walters, of
i i! Macclenny, have two (chHdren Sandra on your special request \
Jane and Gary

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tCtea Gaskins 5th Grade)
*I am 'a pumpkin and my name
b Peppy. I Un In a garden withU

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-.wst. M1 d d y1. +1 C. at
won't Into I
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tor Thanksgiving. But '
,: vamj&ia pies ,
'of us will line to go
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