Glades County Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 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: UF00028301:00220

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Delegation Seeks Help Junior Class Play I.I School Board Planning-

To Be Held On II

i From County On Road .1''! Friday, Dec. 12th ,! Summer School SessionEighty

a II i
The Junior Class of 1)47 pre- \
! Lakeport Group Seeks I "Professor How Coald You" i
PMA Committeemen I I ___ comedy in three acts writtenby I Acres Of Agrees To Buy New

r Work On Road 78 Anne Coulter Marietta and Visual Education
To Be Named At Tomatoes Now Are"Being
Ltawa Ellerbe.
rected by dl-I
Now Flooded
j I Election Tomorrow Don't miss this hilarious, HarvestedA Equipment -

I packed comedy which will be presented
Slat*' lioad Maintenance En-
i at 7:34 o'clock December
Kinecr Weir of Fort Mjers tele- I An election will be held in the 12, 1947, at the school gymnasium. Fort Pierce vegetable grower The school board at the regular

honrd' Mr. It. s. Weeks clerk court room at the courthouse tomorrow The cast of characters: Mr. Mima, who has farmed an meeting on Monday, laid plans forth

of tlw> circuit court, this morns (Saturday) morning at ten Keats Perry A yoMg professor acreage on the Indian Reservationfor conduct of a summer school

Ing Mting that he had made a o'clock to name three county andcommunity Wilson Cason. several years Is now harvestingan here daring the vacation months of

trip ores flooded Howl $" IjtLe- committeemen to handle Vicky Randolph, The bane of his eighty-acre field of tomatoes 1948 and Mrs. Margaret Farnam,
port, )** --Skippy
crew In next we-k to do everything Marketing Administration (formerly Grandma Perry An obliging soul pite the flood conditions of the .take whatever steps are ncessary to

possible to make the road AAA) in this county -Maude Click.Grandpa entire area around him. insure the operation of the school.

lasMttblr.n engineer is al.obeing These committeemen hare charge Perry, An Innocent bystander The eighty acres have been diked The board also agreed to have a

tent from the Bartow di- of the entire program under the -Bobby Sexton. and pumps installed and these survey made of the school plant

,., \ision office tomorrow to make soil conservation practices act in John ,Appleby a helpful friend pumps have enabled him to carry and transportation by the State Department

an inspection of the rojtl. recommending carrying out Donald Farnam. the crop through the floods of this ; agreed to purchase such

conservation practices and admin- falL new equipment for visual education
PrisciUa Morley a sweet young
A delegation of Lalceaort cftl- in the school as may be necessary
isteriBg the price support program. thing-Jeanne Heflin. It Is reported that 3.WO field
sens and members of the county All farmers, whether renters, Tootsie Bean, a plump spinster--- crates had been picked ptior to this and as needed and hired
ekool board appeared before the Miss Martha Dowd girls basket
sharecroppers or owners are eligible Eugenia WhiddenBatner week and one report is that the
board of county commissioners at I ball coach. I
to vote if they are engaged In Boy Bean, her big brother expected yield Is 3 boxes to the
the meeting Monday asking that the now or have engaged In during the Marlon VewelL The complete minutes of the
board nee every influence with the acre.A I meeting follow.
'I year any of the PMA program.Present Valerie W -itman, a southern smaller acreage which he bad
State Read Department to get some
committee members are -
cb.rmer-Lois Cos. planted near Lakeport when the
emergency work done on flooded IF. D Yaun, chairman; John Tied- Bogglns.the sporting bottll'r- floods came was kept dry with Minutes of Board
Road 78 as quickly' as possible in
tke and W B Norton.FIVE Hancock. pumps for a time but the water
order that be travelled I
it can by Of Public Instruction
I Don't miss; seeing this perform was too high and the field had to
the school
bus and used by citizens
and to find the be abandoned. 1----
Come try
et that area who wish to return to ance. ,
Heir hmes. INCH DROP IN I professor a wife. 1I Glades County Board of Public

I Instruction met In regular sessionon
It was pointed out that there hasalwdy i t

been a slight drop in water ti Returns From Seals CONTRACT WILL BE the above date with all raem-
level and that some work done on i i | ben present: Lnvenia Gorman T.

the wont places in the grade nowvould Still Very Slow |Ill.. Saell and Vel on Walters
LET THIS MONTH The minutes of the last
permit the school bus and PEAK IN NOVEMBER
read ,
family a ehlcles to use the road I John Dowd Jr. chairman and upon motion by. )Ir.
SnelL seconded Mr Walters and
The board promised, and has already for the sale of by
I of Glades County FOR BENBOW ROADThe carried approved u read.
interceded with the road de-
The U. S. Engineer sub-office Christmas Seals for the National
partment for such emergency helps I here reported this week that a five Tuberculosis and Health Associa Upon motion by ),Ir. Walters see

it is possible to give this section ended by Mr. Snell and carried, the
inch drop in the level of Lake Okee- tion, said this morning that re- State Road Department announced -
chobee had been recorded since the had been First Bank of Clewistoa was designated
turns on seals sent out this week that bids will be
Included in the delegation were crest of 18.77 sea level datum was disappointly slow. received at their office In Tallahassee as depository of.County

the school board members, and Mrs I reached ,on November 2. j Those to whom seals have been until December IS and School Funds for the year 1948.
Motion waa made by Mr.. Walters
Margaret Farnam county superintendent Despite the optimistic report that mailed are urged to get their checks opened on that day for construction
I seconded by Mr. Snell sad carried
; J. S. Click Wendell Click the level is definitely on the de- or cash to Mrs Dowd as soon as of the important farm-to-market,
Velde and Oscar Lang- that resolution be adopted, r q..est.-
Fred De
I eliDe the engineers know that.even possible. secondary road la Glades and, Hen-. '
tugthe Stat Education
Department ,
ford. with Ideal conditions*nd maintaln- dry County known generally at.tte

_ U4 r Itaente was approved for 'in, ? a maximum discharge through Two: Are Sentenced t Benbotr Road <-e- N t j to conduct survey of Glade
.\. AJ Beck who expect to begin County School plant and trans
i t the two outlets it will still require The greater part ot hill road ill
such place a house1o j:portation.
operating a on
several weeks to get the lake level For Stealing Car in Glades County with probably a ,
% i to operate In the vicinity of control level The matter of purchase ot visual
down to the maximum little more than a mile In Hendry j
Lateport. A beer license was ap- Judge Gerald aid equipment was discussed at
week was By I
j Discharge for the past County between Nine-Mile Canal i
for Robert Farnam. length motion )lr.
*oved and by
the freak
almost neutralized by and State Road 25. It is one of
Right-of-way contracts were signed I Walters seconded by Mr. Snell and
last week which brought Gerald of
storm Circuit Judge Lynn the most important farming roadsIn
with the State Road Departmentfor considerable rain to all lake areas. Fort Myers yesterday heard a plea the ',lades tra/rsing several of carried the superintendent .was authorized
Road 720 through Benbow and I I recommendation of
station at Clewiston A. I upon
The engineer of guilty entered by Robert the United States Sugar Corpora-
the county will start at once profiting I the faculty to purchase such equipment
reported 1.58 inches, in Moore haves I Walker and Charles M. Krullck to tion plantations, Shawnee Farms, I

this right-of-way the eon-I' 1.34 inches In Belle Glade, a charge of stealing a car from A the Frierson farm Moore Farms, I needed. -

frN for the! road being scheduled :53 Inches, in Canal Point 2..31i I Arnold of Palmdale and sentencedthem Woburn's agricultural developmentand I Upon motion by Mr Walters,
ff letting on December 18. I I I seconded by Mr Snell and carried,
i inches Port Mayaeea, 1.25 inches to serve three years Ic the I is an important access road for
Mrs Virginia Collier. the neweonty I II I the superintendent was authorized
and Okewhobee 1 S2 inchea state penitentiaryThese Click Farms and the Miner Farms
introduced by Dr to take the steps looking
nurse was necessary
Reports that drainage pumps are two were members of a The work is to consist of re- ,
health I the conducting
H. W. IIolHngsworth. county toward of summer
putting as much water Into the lake group of convicts who'made their I working the existing rock base.
offkr Mrs Collier will be stationed l school during the summer of 1948.
i as ta being taken out through the eaeape from the Citrus Center prison adding new base where required, .
in Moore Haven to serve both II I Authorization.. given the superintendent
s Calooeahatehee and St. Lucie Canals camp a few months ago. Stole building drainage structures and
Glades and Hendry Counties I I upon motion by Mr.
is dteproven by the engineer the Arnold car In Palmdale and were applying an 18 surface treatment. Walters, seconded by Mr. Snell andcarried.

reports which show that the pumpsare I I finally taken into custody In the The length Is 10.224 miles to purchase whatever type

A. L. Morgan Dies putting in a combined total of vicinity of Wllliston The three-< The county board was asked Monday heater needed for the principal's office.

feet of water comparedto sentence will be imposed after procuring right-of-
728 second year to begin -
At Rome, Georgia the 12,000 second feet which Is I I they have served the sentences for ways for this road as soon as Upon motion by Mr. Walters, seconded

c Illness being discharged at this time. An which they were originally con possible
After Long I by Mr Snell and carried, that
than 12.000 1
even better average victed.
i Martha Dowd be employed at
several has been maintained for the past James S. Craln. Palmdale youth, $SO.00 month, to conduct girls'
A. L. Morgan, for years Flash Storm Causes per
: with grand larceny
month who Is charged
manager of Parkinson's Store here 1 Physical Education, under the supervision
aid earlier in Clewlston. died Water in the Palm Beach Canal In the burglary of Parkinson'sStore ,' 4-Day Mill Shutdown agd direction of Mr.

day morning at Harben sun'l the first of this week was four feet was also brought before Judge I' Morrison and Mr Semago, she also

i lower than lake level and 2.8 feet Gerald for a hearing. is basketball.
Rome, Ga. where he had been very showthat The house was closed for to coach girls'
Efforts have been made to sugar
Ul for several weeks and was bur lower In the Hillsboro slid Miami last weekend because of Motion was made by Mr., 511e11.I .
mentally responsible four days
Crain not
;. led Tuesday morning in Rockmart. Canals was which brought hnr- I seconded by Mr. Walters and car..
for his action at that time! the flash storm
Maximum discharge is being carried reed that all bills presented for pay.
winds the Florida keys
i' and Judge Gerald said that while rlcane to
.f;' Complete details are alcking out at present the engineer winds and rain to most neat be paid.
be would not allow the county to and gale
pending the return of his sister, I I office reported, and will continue to stand the of examinationby of south Florida. Cane fields, Just The meeting adjourned upon motion

r Mrs. J. L. Leslie who left a couple be maintained until the lake level i iII a psychiatrist expanse that lie would per beginning to dry out from the hurricane by Mr Soell. .Mconded' by Mr.

..... of weeks ago to be at his bedside back to normal floodwaters, were once Walters and carried.
mit the use. by Grain. (If a portion
until his death, which was not un of bit terminal leave check .for this I again made too soggy for cane to

T expected Boat Building Team examination Out of this Sheriff be taken out Baptist Training Union
here Mr.
: During his residence Wiggins expenses would also be paid :, A lost in sucrose content of the
.t active in civic: affairs Build 'Em Has Course
:Morgan was Really for the trip to Tampa and any j cane harvested to date has been Study

and In the work of the Baptistchurch amount left would be given to !I( noted due to the continued warm I

of which he was a member When Glenn and Sidney Strick Parkinson's Store to help make up.:weather and continued rains. Cooler Thirty-five Baptist young peopleand

and deacon, and his death will be 1.nd.., -come on let's build a the loss Incurred ia the burglary.. weather this week Is expected to adults are taking pan to study

mourned by a host of friends In couple of boats today" the people Craln. it is understood, had entered 'materially aid la maturing the cane courses At the church this week

i-. Moore Haven His last visit here cf Moore Haven don't laugh They've a plea of gufity. and raising the sugar content i I according to aa announcement by

: was a little more than a year his wife ago seen the pair work, as they have the pastor Rev. John A. Moore.,
t Surviving relatives are
\c daughters. Misses Frances been the past two days in the back State Highway 80 &aud. This road is paved thoughsomewhat The Janior and Intermediate unions -
and two : ,
slater 'room of the Jordan Service Sta- | narrow" Ia Lee county, meet at the church at IJO Ia

" and Mrs.Margaret[..HUe.I Morgan. and his lion. Ft. Denaud To Olga I, hard surfaced in Hendry. the afternoon for classes fat Train-

left Moore Haven Thursday they bettered any previous I The west end of the reconstruct-' InC Union methods taught by Rev.
The Morgans:
I about two years ago to make their record they may have hung Closed To TrafficState j I ed stretch will connect with the newhighway )Moore and Mrs Mack Greene.

home In Sammervllle. Ga up tn the past, by completing two |I under construction} which The Young People and Adults

fall sized skiffs from cutting the highway Id the Ft. Myers- i Is a short cut on number 80, joining meet at the church at night for a

City Building Two side-boards to painting each, In a West Palm Beach' .highway win be j I the paved stretch at Tic*. class ia the text --8 atben"Baptist

single day When hammering and closed to traffic thi week for a la World Serrtc taught by Kiss

Pump Houses sawing Is beard from the backroom period of several months, between ; New Sugar Act Jean Moore. AO who are participating '

of the station It's got so a Denaud and Olga, while construction tn these classes praise the Information -

w L Bellamy is at work con crowd gathers to watch the team Is under way from the Headry- I Becomes Effective and tosplratioa which

I Strutting two frame and meta }B action. So accustomed have they Lee county line to a point west of I they are receiving.

jump houses to protect: the engines, become to working together there's Alva about 8 miles, according to i First of January -

at the recently Installed city *.Dl?*., BO lost motion between them. G. W. Weir, maintenance engineer I before the war .emergency .caused

,-.,* A nntt fca_ .,not yet".been'fecelred The boats the hey are work tag; for the Mate road.department The new angar act will u Into quotas imposed .'" the Segar-Ad.
i/&t the.I0.
011 se' wlttlbe 'ready wheafltJls II.1nP.j' material, and wiH be tied. u rentals traffic. will s*,.- t forced t* use the ia expected.that a system of quotas' However,.under the nett'
livered sometime th1s"S"1Ii oathr lor date .hcntfAr-.IM tshIeg., North river road from Digs to De-: will once more go ,; into effect asa i (Coatlauwl, ai Page,I) '=" .

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: TIlE } During a recent New York visit,

HomETown ; H" D the great British.architect, Sir

TVMEWAI W I'I Edw. Lutyens inspected the spectacular
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Wrigley sign on Broadway

f T R"t t r 'TODNr= in company with chewing gum ex
EPO .. man kept
1 .. : ecutive. The Wrigley upa
4 :
t ''i ..._.... u..,.. running line of chatter. "It's the
IN WASHINCTON :' S..ftP SdI... h_. "
i largest sign in the world he said,

if ii f illr ii'rJJ IU: nn.1'DIB and gave Edw.dimensions.Sir nodded."It .

ControYerslal Issue SCRIPTURE: m John- has the largest automatic
I Corinthians
r of the most bitterly 1:10-17.DEVOTIONAL BEADING: switchboard in the world," he ad
r issues likely to ded.
"No doubt" Sir Edw. said.
come before the regular ses-
T Christian Fellowship The Wrigley nab felt that Sir
sion of congress in January is the
Edw. wasn't getting point so
that of universal military Sir Edw. with all sorts
m Lesson for December 7, 1947 regaled
training and it appears to your of detailed statistics.
Home Town Reporter that the folks :- "
"It's nice. Sir Edw. said.
along the main streets and the s- CUNDAYS lesson is based on the "
bit obtrusive
"but isn't it a
farm-tc>-market roads throughout the short third Epistle of John. You

country must stand up and be counted acv can read it in two minutes but you

to let congress know how they will not exhaust its meaning in a

feel about this question which will .a fw lifetime. Link with CLASSIFIED

}, affect almost every home in the na- ni John the devotional

tion. reading found DEPARTMENTBUSINESS

Paradoxically, all polls show as y i in First Corinthians

high as 73 per cent of the people c 1:10-17, and you & INVEST. OPPOU
_ ..
4 are in favor of UMT, but the leader- have a great and
ship of such organizations: as the glorious picture of Does it Stop at Your DootT
Farm Bureau federation, the Na- Christian fellow- Start Tour own higbway restaurant chafe
: on a aboestrtaur! Writ* away rurht away
tional Grange the Farmers union, ship. Note these for the aenMtioiud HOT-HCT fraa M.a

the CIO. the AFL. and such churchesas { 1.tra"t words: Nan.....!..HOLLAND.... D. C.CO.. 1111 17th ... M.W.
:Methodists, Baptists, Presbyte- : "Now I beseech _
r NEW BOOK of fifty MONEY
: Tc over proven
rians, Unitarians, Catholics, Friends you. brethren, by MAKING IDEAS, trade ercreU.
of Send 39 cents ill atamo*.
the our
and others are opposed. It would name
EE iEsr. a.* tin ....11...*. bilaaa!
appear that would cover almost everyone Dr Newton Lord Jesus Christ

as opposed-but look at the that ye all speak LIVESTOCKFATTEN a
polls. the same things and that there be
BOGS FASTER br atbnoUtinC
s Then there are such organizationsas no divisions among you; but that ye their appetites with Dr. LeCcar's Ho*Preacrlptioo. -

the American Legion, Veterans be perfectly joined together in the Sow and.pig Also*. Has m helped Meal fcnUe tacraaat tat protta brant
of Foreign Wars, Amvets. Kiwanis, same mind and in the same judg- tot iiTltnn* 0 f bog raisers ._ __

Rotary. Chambers of Commerce, I ment," I Corinthians 1:10.

Elks DeMolay. National Council of x And these words from in John PERSONAL

Women. Moose Daughters of Amer- second verse: DOLLARS: Genuine U. S. Silver OoOtrm
I wish above aU things for Cbriatiaaa lifts or ......_n. Single
ican Revolution and of "Beloved.
a score (1.50. >or more .l-23 ea. Insured ooap W.
other organizations including the that thou mayest prosper and be !!!eN1E, Bea 47S-D T..._ Was*.

American Council of Christian .l in health, even as thy soul pros-
.,. Churches which are on record in pereth. .
favor of UMT.Some..bere. HELP TOUR HENS b. profitable tares.
Stimulate poor appetite with Dr. LaCear'a
Let Us Love One Another Poultry PrmcripbBBiaaa their-. Ca>4
along the Hue
by uecescful poultryaaea: ertrrvbera.The .
; ; memberships In the organixa- \VHAT is the first test of Chris- best poultry tonic men caa boy.

\ tions opposed and those favoring ... fellowship? Read I John

[ t the military training program EAT-SEC HENS, SAVE THIS GRAIN . This Is bow the Poultry and 4:7.Love A Safe,Sound Investment-
duplicate. So it would appear one for another Is the first
,F Egg national board o'f Chicago has chosen to dramatize the necessity
to be a question of how the for eating more chickens if the nation is to save more grain for Europe. and last test of Christian fellow Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

3 rank and file of individual citizens If every family eats one chicken a week for six weeks it will save 64 ship. Of coarse, love one for another
and members of these that amount is dependent upon love toward
pounds of grain.Nancy Leddy holds glass tubes containing
organizations feel and not bow -26 pounds of wheat, 11 pounds of oats and 24 pounds of corn-which God. We do not really love
i the leadership is recorded. six chickens normally would eat la six weeks. one another onto we first love God. How To RelieveBronchitis
L One And we do not love God until we
thing definite the American
realize that he first loves
( Legion with than three
million members is spearheading Why do we keep certain letters?

the attack with a tight organization Because they are from those who I
C i favoring UMT. Those opposed are love us. and whom we love. Boys
not and girls can help to make this a Creamaldon miensbE
organized and, generally speakIng
terse tt goes right to the seat of the
I are more interested in other better world if they will express help loosen and expel
legislation than universal military their love one for another in letters. perm laden phlegm, and mid nature
-" training. . to sooths and heal faY tender, mtlamrrt -
e e bronchial mucous membranes. -
Graclocs Words .Ten your druggist t eQ JOG
Wb,. the lot union ./ tongrm eat ECCLESIASTES 10:12. we read: a otJeof Creoaulstoa with Use un-
sPtroprutioni ef the imttnl reveals IN' words of a wise man's derstandtoj yon must like the way ttmicktr
buries. JjOOO rmployttl Jirmiiint. < allays the cough or you are
were "
mouth gracious. to hire
are your money bact.
Now itt bares that then
ttvrrtl bilk.., in Uxti reports going mntoUctUt art rV Christmas will soon be here. There CREOMULSIONrorCoodis.QestCcI

for lack of ptnonnel to check 73 million will be many Christmas cards and
intomi Ux maws Ttt tndfft rat va Christmas letters. Let us think < .BronckitisTO

; 20 million Jolltrf the loa in rtvfmu carefully of some lonely boy or girl ---- -
",,.'nJ 6iU I1U." Where wit the icontmj in our community who may not re-

j in ,fpprvprUtion. a cut! ceive such a message unless you t EASE BOILS

send itMore ACHES o. SORENESS
t Can it be possible that the special than that think of the Quickly apply soothing and
:. session of the 80th congress will lonely boy or girl la the hospital forting GRAY'S OINTMENT with
+ ace history repeat In the orphan borne to the underprivileged Its whoUaome antiseptics and Bav-
itself with Sen. tenement. Think what Ours aiding medicat r a.Nothing else
+S like it-nothing so comforting
, Robert A. Taft of ly a letter from yon to inch a lonely pleasant for externally caused skis
Ohio playing the neighbor would mean! troubta. aso. Get a package* today.

role of the late Sen. S e .

Henry Cabot Lodgeof BUTCHER SHOP BLUES . In Rye, N. Y.. Roeeo Martlno, a batch Doing GoodCHRISTIAN
Massachusetts, about economics bat he has for SO FAST..PURE
er, says he knows from nothing a plan
who led the attackin fellowship, in the lat
selling meat and it's working. He sells his meat at what It costs him, Joseph ASPIRIN
killing the League is doing good. "He
fiat weekly service charge of SL25 family.
l of Nations and the plus.,a per .v that doeth good is of God," says i
Versailles treaty in John and we know that it is true.
the U. S. senate _"1- t f,
i' ; While fn Europe last summer,
I : more than 25 years a I was Impressed with the fact

t I : ago? Senator Sen. Robert v that there will be very little WIuJSufItAlfl.

Lodge's "reservations" Christmas for the ia
your people 1\ Situ atilt in ruts it
killed the Y
v many of those lands this year.
i league. Senator Taft's "reserva- War has left its frightening deso -w RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

I lions" could km effectiveness of the lation. The people are without ,

i Marshall plan equally as welL money and without homes and
r. . without clothing and without food.

May I suggest that you discuss ra+ MAGIC
By the way Senator Taft is the
only avowed candidate for President s 1N plans by which you may send packages REMEDY
through CARE to some lonely,
opposed to universal military -
needy neighbor in Europe this
training. Governor
; ex-Governor SUssen. Governor Christmas thus proving :your sense Lars.S t> i aMM *U-SiM COtf
Warren of California and President of Christian fellowship UITNI- Itt lilt It M HIat
. a tttt Hit Rita a n SM nwaiati a|
Truman favor VIT.ID addl-
mK* jilt M. ha, JKltajMiH 4, H>tWNU
floe Generals Eisenhower and Furthering the Gospel

MacArthor are on record favor x AS WE
grasp more fully the
tug the program. N * meaning of this lesson next -H 4547Backacne

. r Sunday, our hearts win gladly re -
i spend to the opportunities for fur
Efficiency on the Farm I thering the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I

An interesting corn,'irison between [ la every community are erring
fanning the American way and the I needs for Christian ministry. Year

i communistic Russian way Is contained ;: I newspapers win be telling of special
in a report compiled by Her- opportunities for Christmas idly Warn ed Disordered

tell DeGraff, professor of agricultural -{ help Kidney AeU-
economics at Cornell university "I thank God for your fellowship II...nil Sap lEI berry" weary

for a national steel publication in furtherance of the Gospel from :=., -

Russia has aboat the same the first day until now," wrote Paulto N sass--throes tM kIdM7L b.That..,.R an..fa aye w a dIe iae eah... t

a harvested crop acreage as . the Pbiljppian Christians. e 4w4.ad (.. .. tftar csatai ..d
the u. S. bat, based ea prewar How did they show this fellowship aa :ha btpvitiat Its tht Wrdbt

ji $gIres, this country harvested ? In many, many practical TM Bay ads aaniua4MM. k each

f eec Sad a half times as math ways some of which Paul names. I!. ......cisuaMa. Au .........e. eLrs41g
t t agricultural production. They sent food books, clothing. tir*..--.a B_...Olfcar*t*
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A 1 It takes a Russian farmer 230 More than that, they gave them. aa.l7 R lea e.....
hours to raise and harvest an acre 1 selves in personal visitation to lone

of cotton. Americans do the name BATTLE NEWAKK, BAT w Therewaa std a lot ef scrap left lathe ly friends. They cheered the faint. kM.Try. *DMT M p...FCSa.< kararfal Cwfa waaTWy be- lab 1M
la 91 hours. Russian farmers harvest eW battlesUp New Mexleet aad than what started aU the tmUe. How nappy we shall be if after emn ....*ka.man teas t.dt S ;

an acre of wheat in 47 hours, Americans A New Terk salvage arm started oat .. t.'w the M....ton Areadamight the study of this lesson we go out ......54 -aL AnDOANSPILLS--

In t hours- Soviet farmer to Port Newark where it was to have been scrapped. Newark's Mayer to do with aU our might what .... ,..,
: work 263 hours to raise and harvest Ylaeeat J. Hornby: had other Ideas however. B e didat want the port our hands find to do.eel. -

acre of potatoes. Americans II toned bate a "grtveyird" for aid warships I. be sent eat a fleet *f

bourI.ID tt takes a Russian 83 hours I tags and areb.aU to intercept the Battleship. Both sides liter agreed .rC, .*>rtrtt be tie XatcratCfeMf CfameO tt
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Gems of Thoughtow

NflrJfRjJrf Ramadier Quits as French Premier : ,:

H the sting of poverty or

WRIGHT A Vast Struggle for Power Develops; one small keeps means house for is gone one's when own

comfort and not for the
com- ....
I fort of one's neighbors-D. M.
PATTERSONBclcawd Marshall Hits Russian Accusations SCREENADIQrteiea..d I Unlock.

s--_ by wV J eatSrea
Re1eue4 KMU .
R'bc. tutor M_
by WXU Ftttuns. (EDITOR'S NOTE: W.*. .lima!... an .:,r ne4 to ..... C....... t*.r a" ..... ofwesssr. BY INEZ GERHARD sos for brat tbM6.SfNI.ll I Af _
Ji........ /=_'. sewn &.alysb aM "..-.r1I7 ., Cain ....._..>> .
High Taxes Boost Prices PRODUCER Dan Ehren-for Kool rw.s Stew/ tint fag iI uses.Tb.uis ':

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candidates for "Juvenile
THE foHowir.g of is from the vox pop i All France FOURTH ESTATEEditors Jury" are so strict that a child Help a brother up the hiD and 1
a Los Angeles paper: be I you get nearer the top yourself -
Regarding the complaint made I All Gaul is divided into three parts Polled I who makes the grade can .

by various onions about the high I Communist, Socialist and DeGaul- pretty proud. He or she must I . .

cost of food, I wish to submit UstUnable America's weekly newspaper edi- be from 5 to 11 years old A wise man gets learning

this fanner's viewpoint: to make an impression on tors, the still small voices from articulate, have spontaneity, from those who have none them
For one fat hog .. can get a the turbulent French scene, Premier the grass roots. would make Harold a sense of humor naturalness selves.
carpenter for two days and he Paul Rama- Stassen of Minnesota their per I and wholesomeness. A normal
sharpens his tools oa ear time .- dier resigned his of- sonal choice as the Republican pres- home life is also necessary;. Dan
besides. I t fice in the face of idential candidate in 1348 according visits home to check on that. He
This hog requires 11 months 1widespread Communist to a straw poll conducted by goes to pubic private and parochial $2.50 in Slot Machine

from breeding time to selling g- inspired Publishers' Auxiliary, newspaper :: schools, YM and YWCAs, the And Divorce GrantedIn
time and plenty of feed, care and t strikes and France's publication devoted to the weekly Police Athletic league and other
risk.For elder statesman field of journalism.At youth organizations; children he selects -
one fat lamb plus $3 rrt 4qI Leon Blum was given the same time with laudable are observed in groups with the early 1870s, so many divorces
can get a plasterer for six hoarse a mandate to objectivity, the editors expressedtheir other children, in action, and finally were sought in Utah, whereno
For the eggs from 72 hens in form a new Socialist belief that GOT. Thomas E. are tested with the regular "Jury" grounds were required that
ODe day plus $3.64 we cm hirea >. government: Dewey of New York would be the before going on the air. one law firm in the town of Cor-
rime handled its divorce business
painter for eight boors. That The situation in one to receive the GOP bid.
Is figuring eggs at ':Z cents and Leon Blum France had never President Truman as virtuallythe I When "Tb Private Life cf Henry on a mass-production basis saysCollier's.
525 a For one 14-months-old steer touch and go, with the terrifying candidate. was chosen by the edi- I only Charles Laaghicn and it prepared the necessary papers
(23 months from breeding date) possibility of a civil war looming as tors for that party's nomination. ; the lovely wives, with Merle Oberon so completely that they became
at 25 cents a pound we can get a result of the present deep unrest. They also conceded overwhelmingly the outstanding one. Bat Robert legal when signed by the man and
M pieces oil that the Democratic woman involved; and the firm sold
by 12 inch board Underlying: cause of it all is delegation
11 feet bang' second quality. We France's prostrate economic condition would give him the nod at the national them through a slot machine at

nave to feed and entertain the and the prospect of a cold hungry convention next relr. 530 a set.

I cow and calf for 23 months. winter. Even if U. S. stopgapaid Publishers' Auxiliary distributed L
I For four good eows a friend is rushed through immediatelyit 500 ballots to country weekly edi- If you're stuck for Christmas
got an osteopath to deliver his win fan far short of being the oil tors in 48 states and tabulated the | gift ideas-consider giving smok- .
I wife's baby. This did not ia- needed to pour on the troubled -wa- results on the basis of 21S com- i ers on your list, Either of these two i'
i elude hospital fees. ters. Superimposed on that situation i popular gift items that dealers are :
! For 12 fat hens a neighbor get were these political factors: I featuring now! Flavorful Camel'' ;

< a tooth palled. Socialist government try- ; cigarettes or mild mellow Prince 1
I I am not trying to be funny ITfce. to pursue a moderate Albert Smoking Tobacco. With !

I Just giving yon facts and can course, was being squeezed betweenthe F 'I these gifts you're sure to please '
! furnish many more. stronger Communists to the left ; more people are smoking Camels ,1
; The President wants to economize. and Gen. Charles De Gaulle's Rally : than ever before, and more pipes
;, :. AD right just start at the of the French People on the extreme smoke P. A. than any other tobac- :
top and come down and hell find i right. f t i co' Besides, they mean a mini- t:
: as on the bottom.. : mum of fuss or bother for you- I
1 Fred Lee. 2. The Communists, true to the ''for they come all ready gift-
of Marx '
1 Pomona, Calif. i teachings were trying wrapped. The Camel carton is

: I could not if I wished, dispute the to foment revolution strikes by after instigating their ROBERT DONAT I colorfully dressed for the occasion, ,
, the figures of that farmer contribu paralyzing pleted ballots, representing a 438 containing :00 mild, cool flavorful 'f-
legal and political methods to overthrow
i tor. I do not hold a brief for the had failed. per cent return. Drat made his film debut in it, as cigarettes. And Prince Albert for !
1 $25 a day the plasterer is credited the government Although the straw poll contacteda Thomas Culpepper. Alexander Christmas giving is offered in the ;

; with receiving, but does not; or the 3 General De GauDe seeking the representative section of small Korda. who discovered him has ; popular full pound container. Evena
: $1 a pound he pays for bacon, and i governmental reins foribbnself, town editorial opinion, its results signed him to play the lead in the gift card is unnecessary-for
J which the farmer does not receive. has said he would deal with the Communists cannot be held entirely conclusive film version of "The Winslow I both Camels and Prince Albert'

; Bat-"the pot calling the kettle with a strong authoritarianhand. because of the unknown quantities Boy," the current stage success. have space for cheery Christmas'greetings. ; > .
1 black" does not uncover the real De Gaulle is feared becausehe present at the time it was conducted. _a-- And wait till yon see: '

; culprit or does not provide a remedy stands for totalitarianism. California's Gov. Earl Warren Ann Sothern has decided to adopta 1 what a hit your gifts will [ t
: for excessive prices. The real struggle for France is be- had not yet declared his candidacy baby boy the family now consists Ii you'll feel jolly as St. N1 make-l 1;

;3 We Americans pay approximately ing waged between the Communistsand for the Republican nomination, and of two-year-old, Patrica and husband .self.-Adr. '$
one and '8 half times as much fort DeGauEe's foBowers. Moderate the MacArthur sentiment was bare Robert Sterling but says Ann.
Socialism is simply caught in the ly a ripple. *. I Irish. sea !
government as we pay to eat. needs a brother to grow up !
1 Reduce government expenditures; I middle. According to the election forecast with. I never had one and I always ;;
curb the section of the poll 34.9 per cent of "
gun-toting tax collector, regretted it. Her husband has already -
! and we well have solved much of the FED UP: the editors believe President Tru- begun scouting orphanages; v iSN't =HIS "It
problem of high prices. Profligate, { With RussiaTo man will be re-elected; 21.9 per cent she'll join in the search for a six- WISER WAY! t
think Dewey will be the next chiefof A
extravagant wasteful government is : months-old boy she finishes I i
the culprit. his Chicago audience it sound state; 12.4 per cent favor Eisen- "April Showers,**
We do not realize the taxes we ed as though U. S.Secretary of State hower; 9.5 per cent have confidencein a--

are paying. They are purposely covered George Marshall was full up to here Taft, and 5.4 per cent believe I U yea beard This b Nora Drake" j I
up by every tax levying and with Russia's obtuse and exasperating Stassen will be elected. on a recent morning, yea probably !
tax spending government local, tactics in the field of international Editors polled were predominantly noticed that "Nora" missed a CM i ihi el. Nl OUnm hmed,) Ta Iea.

's.- state or federal Those who cover up i relations.He Republican. A GOP candidatewas the btjuminr. Everybody expected dim we M rhminh. w Biaoali.w .
- point the finger of guilt at the farmer made it clear that the state of named as personal choke by the worst two more fluffs. j I diffeteat pbuol-<.et fanm cI.6cre&o. Kl T&bta.nee.
or at the worker as being responsible active resentment of the Soviet Union 66.7 per cent and a Democrat by neT came. Evelyn Vardea was <**-. fomhirurxx cf 10 laelj vrnabte p.i

for our price troubles. j to which Americans have been 30 per cenLTARIFF guilty, halt way throwfh the skw.Anaemxer iape _s trashed ewes JOt&Jfetnedi.fossaea. .
LEVIES BOOST COST. goaded by the obstructionist actionsof FIGHT Bin CuUra Blade the final I' u.--4 .e ay coated, else.ac0os .
Russian leaders, can in no wise : one. They blamed the fact that the is dependable, tboroeab fegeatle
For that pound cf bacon, for which at a&llioaJ of 3+ILs fan .
the plasterer paid $1, the farmer be interpreted as warmongering.It COP Objects was Bomber S.Some. en the sound room door ........ Ga a gig boa thews.foPI4cxt

received 30 cents, less the taxes be was one of the most angry de- True to the traditional credo of -..-
nunciations yet made against Rus- their which holds that high
paid on his farm, on the transportation party
of will
} of the baeon to market and sia by a high U. S. official and tariffs are one of the foundations of us see our own home
in "Border Without
country Bayonets -
there was a distinct possibility that successful U. S. two
any profit he may have made on t a government ,latest of RKO'srbis Is Amer-
the hog. Between the farm and thatplasterer's it was a reasonably accurate reflection Republican congressmen have ica" series. Two camera crews tra- **>** ****
breakfast table that of the temper of the times. Marshall's raised their voices against the 23-
versed more than 7,000 miles to film
address added to
Chicago nation reciprocal trade agreements,
pound of bacon passed through it.
They photographed towns and
an the other recent expressions of effective January 1, that win lower
many hands, and each one who I cities, waterways forests and
disgust (including President Tru the tariff on a majority of this na-
touched it was assessed a tax. There
prairies. aS the from the At-
Russian indi-
man's) with policy lion
was a multiplicity of taxes an of imports. lantic
to the Pacific coast, and north
which were, of necessity, added as cated that perhaps a U. S. ultimatum Rep. Harold Knutsen (Rep.Main. .. and south as wen. 1 t 1 wNAi CAUiSISA
parts of the price the plasterer must dealing with Soviet obstructionism .) said that the Geneva tariff
was not too far distantAs agreements would threaten American S $TWFY NOU!
Don MacLaughlin.x> Jim
pay.On matter of fact a strong standards and Richard r.
possibility Rep. -
a living ,
, the ether band the plasterer Brent" on "Road of Life," can laugh Aumitn Smlitm natal mtmtruna. J :
1 not but several existed that Marshall might Simpson (Rep., Pa.) describedthe I I 2 drop,ef Pcntoo Now Drop m e.cb
one, at his first network
pays now
stand at the Lon win job at maul trick oOea
make just such a pact as "a calamity" that ** menbraaM,opus
taxes .. what be receives as the time it
so funny. At the soil dogged % tewtte
BOM. M ease
don conference of foreign ministers American industry's back to the
, wages.To rover the cost of those last minute his small part was right away. .CeoM fa 3 teet.eons a.eu.PSI .
I to discuss German and Austrian wan when foreign imports cow in
several taxes and the cost of ** .*
"scratched, ne played the part ofa
; I treaties. Awaiting the conference volume into domestic markets. 1RDRos
j the taxes on the bacon he boys I peace with utmost seriousness, the wildly neighing horse His pre-
be demand more wages. Mere I secretary of state told his Chicago WEDDING BELLS: radio career resembled a page out -
wares mean higher costs for i that of Ripley; his radio roles range from A
what he proc! c... with more tof listeners : In London cowboy to district attorney to doc-
for taxes. Back along math I "It is my purpose to concentrate And so they were married. tor.
a the same read as that traveledby solely on finding an acceptable basis Even while bug-eyed correspondents -4-- EXCLUSIVEFEATURE
the pound of bacon, goes the of agreement to terminate the pres- feverishly were scribbling down It is reported that Colombia
prodact of the plasterer to the i ent tragic stalemate and to speed hundreds of thousands of descriptive Broadcasting Is bonding Friday as
and the farmer the !t the advent of a new era of peace its comedy rht. Snooks' '
farmer, pays phrases, it was obvious that there "Baby Is '
multiplicity .* taxes that hart I and hope" for Europe and the actually was very little to be said already that day's list; Daaay
accumulated along the way. oldLHEADL1RS. about the wedding of Princes Thomas replaces The Thin Uaa"
--' Our excessive prices are caused I Elizabeth of England to Lt Philip sa January 2, and Oziie and Harriet -
: largely by the extravagant and Mountbatten. I nay shift from Sundays.

- wasteful costs of bureaucracy at I I I A million persons lined London' I
Washington, in our state capitals streets to watch the wedding procession Jim Davis new Warner Bros. i

> and our county and municipal build resplendent with the trappings trading man denies that he will be
. ings. It is the tax on tax, and tax and pageantry of 900 years of tradition seen wearing his own navy lieutenant's
: again to cover the ever expanding pass on the way to Westminster uniform in scenes with Bette TTTTTTT
r expenditures of our elected officials, Abbey. Davis in "Winter Meeting." Seems

whose every thought teems to be on A couple of thousand chosen souls be was a first class seaman. AC "Wlw QMfiff03 HBertlcairiiii

; bow to get men money and how inside the abbey beard Elizabethand i -4-- .rakavUg die esfy ......

i to cover the getting. Philip, newly named Duke of i Tim HoB. star of RKO's The Arizona UM acWpn.t glass slothC.fisetse
. We the voters of the nation can Edinburgh. Earl of Merioneth and Ranger" is selecting stock to TaU Tray. Cart nud .
;, ccSectlrely stop the operation of the .T Baron Greenwich exchange their "I be used in tro rodeos In Tulsa and ta saB.
when, and if. we I Oklahoma wear -
vicious system wffis. City, next March. Bolt l
1 wish. We can demand a simplified They saw Philip cast an eye filled win serve as grand marshal, and ..U.U..f 0 t 'o ,
} form of tax levying, so we will know with h&sbandly anxiety oa his wife's ; ride Lightning a alomino staffloa !** e ELi Ve ,s '
i the exact amcamt of taxes each Df NEW YORK . The Duke of 15-foot train as she left the church. -- Mfs Jiasid.- 0.a

; one pays. Windsor, arriving from Eag'andwith There was little to say about it. : Maria Wilson,, ctxtar of -Jl7 this extragetectia.
As it is now we arc wasting our his duchess (above) repliedwith It was everybody's wedding and Friend Irma.** doesn't tUclt that +
tta; and our energies ia each pot. some asperi : ,""It is a personal everybody hoped that Elizabeth 1 radio gag "Azasa. Anaheim and f
to Question
. CaUfcg each kettle black and per and family matter. aDd Ffcitp' would five bapyOj stet :I Cucazaoaga," is fanny. Yoa see, .L
the real culprit to get i of why be had net been invited to __
i panting away after. I II she was barD ia Aaahefcn.
t wtth- the loot I the weddk of Princess" Elizabeth. II I i I




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i i'i cation which follows without giving !vacant lot on which had been placed these she has woven an intensely making a special offering Sunday,,: ;
\ GLADES COUNTY i I a great deal of thought to the an up-to-date "Merry-go-round." interesting story that is, substantially -+ December 21. to raise i3stft.. _:

DEMOCRAT length of time it will require to get II A mechanical orchestrian was grind- authentic from a historic needed to complete basic taeiltt .:'

J out again. lug out its confusion of noises more i standpoint for their Children's Home beltg, : :

; ....II.. Every Friday B/ deafening than melodious. The l A highlight was her uncovering"the established at Lakeland. .r

TUE GLADES FRISTISG CO, lae. I The five-inch drop in the lake I fiery steeds were all supplied with true origin of the great Amer- According tft Rer. Floyd,Creaty. '

t MOORE BAE- FLORIDA level since the crest was reached riders, a large crowd of spectatorswere ican tale of the white captive and pastor of the First Baptist Church,: :

CARR SETTLE Fakliaker November 2 is encouraging and it I gazing upon the, to them, unusual -I the rescuing Indian maiden. Ac-: approximately Ot coag relations art.;It

j jI I( stands to reason that as the level scene, and all was excite- cording to her story, this occurredin planning to make an offering fojr tts. '
....ulU.. Rites be I I II Home on that day. Special ,|fe- -
the lake will
eb II..... falls the area of ment. An old negro mammy was Florida long before the white man
Oa* Tear S'.2$1$2.54Entered I constantly reduced so that the I working at her washboard on an had set foot 'on the soil of Virginia lopes win be available for gifts.Authority ;
I ,+I drop will be accelerated. But to adjacent lot and the gentleman where Pocahontas is alleged to have for the Children's ;

I hope that the lake level can be i' speaking to her said "Aunt Mandy saved the life of Captain John to ask for contributions. ( Homt.I
a. cecond-claas matter. May normal limits and take a Baptist churches of the
! I. 1127 at the PottofBce Moor brought back to any why you go over Smith.
: Haven Florida' under he.t Act oiCcncren time very soon is vain for under I ride" Whereupon the indignant from their friends was 1.. ;.:
\ of March I. ll>7. i perfect weather conditions (no I I mammy replied, "No sah, none of The white Florida captive was. 1.163 messengers attending the :!'t:y.
Juan Ortiz, of Seville. Spain.A
! -- - I rain, plenty of SUD and wind) it dat foolishness for me! Dat fool one Florida Baptist Convention U tmoata -. ,
will probably be March at best before I niggah Pete o' mine went over dab I I. survivor of Panftto de Narva** in OrUftdo. They gave thefte-I
expedition to Florida in 1(28. ((11 r
the lake is reduced to the nor I die fob noon and got on dat con- approval upon the recoameadaRsesr ::1
de Soto),
ahead of
t 8vEAlvDE'lINGSBy mal maxims of 17 feet Okee- traption and rode 'round and 'round years Indians who of the Baptist state Board of Mis.. -
Ortis by
cfcobee datum, or IS.56 sea level and 'round and after he bad spent was captured sloes cad of the trunee of
t bound him naked to a grid made of
Carr Settle da t aat. Maximum: discharge will (I I all of his money, he got off at Children Home ft.I
poles and applied a torch to the
a be BWJi tah*d through both the 'xadl, de same place where he goon fuel underneath. Bat as the first A tract of more than !.. a

I w.a little skeptic about ?t. Lade and Calowakateltee Canals : and he nevah got nowhere at flames seared his flesh the original bordering Lake Hunter ia ; :
I engineers state, in order to all!" is owed by Florida Baptists who 0 _
5-/ Printing the story of the deer being Pocahontas a daughter of the chief, ";
>' / killed by Joe Morris and S. T. 1 lower the lake level pust as rapidlyas I'' Now it strikes me that those in interceded in his behalf. She pointed already have four cottages for children :.
have bn iadalgiag in under construction taef*.
i. Smoak last week without first locating possible authority out the advantage of having a ft'
I. one of these fellow and verifying I very much the same sort of performance "white slave." The idea appealed I (Continued on rige :

the story hit find that aside : IB their attempts to build I to her father and he ordered the -"
;;. I good roads in the Lakeport area. .. ". .; .... 8)s
a few minor details the story fire scattered and the prisoner un I -
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was correct The deer got his antlers r1 I Thousands and thousands of dollars 1 bound. There followed three years : -
4 caught in bog wire instead of i have no. doubt been spent on the '
11 # r during which Ortiz was an accepted
r Poultry wire and the fence was e new state road so far. and we are member of the tribe. He learned HOMER KAPUA f.-

8BK>ak's aDd not Morris's. Aside exactly at the same place as whenwe to speak their language play
fresh that it was substantially cor- started and even when it is their games and perform their rites. I I (MIAMI, FLORIDA) : -j"*
tol rect. IiUTTOlit'TTON, WHO HIS completed, it will not serve the .
After a severe defeat by a raid-
THE IUTTON Lakeport community since the Distributor of An Ksetestre :
ing tribe, medicine men who had ;
i Now the duck hunting season school bus mail, and residents will I
I always been jealous of Ortiz, persuaded Line ofDIAMONDi 0 .
1 starts on Monday and in view of (Pansy Reed Click) have to travel the old grade. -
the chief that the defeat
the great amount of water stillI When you were a kid. did you There seems to. be a nlggah in the I .-
# was caused by the white man. The
I Standing we won't be surprised at ever play the game, "Button button proverbial wood pile, and how to I I -
'* chief accepting this explanation ordered '
all to get stories of ducks coming who has the button? A circle get him smoked out is the sixty- i WATCHES ;
him condemned to death. But
t i into the poultry yards to feed and of players hold a string on four-dollar question. I '
II Ortiz escaped when warned by the : '
which is a button. They keep passIng I JEWELRY
i being killed with a stick by indignant I --c
"Hordes of autos now remind us chief's daughter. He Joined another -
i poultry owners. the button from one to the oth- I :
er until the signal is given to stop. We should build our roads to stay, tribe and years later was rescuedby SILVERWARECAMERAS ;

and then the one who is "if has And departing leave behind us I members of the De Soto Expedition S I
<, Took a spin out east of town last I .
Kind that hurricanes don't wash .
afterMion. tadudiBg visit to guess ,.ho has the button.
Sunday a s '
f to Click Farms sooth of Benbow The main issue of discussion these away. .e According to Mrs. Douglas this "..._ }

1 taap and am rather surprised to days is the disgraceful condition of narrative was translated into Eng- (Dome>tI -IRdustrialr;;.. -?
the beach road In the Lakeport lish in the 17th century and published
see as much farming going on as is o-- =-.'*) :
at the present time. There'll be a section and it is getting to be Just in London. "Everglades, River ta repre.eatM to! ,,-.1: ;
t lot of cabbage planted and quite a about a* much of a guessing gameas of Grass" should hare a place .', '';-: -
J Too Late To I
few tomatoes and there is already to when It is going to be put Classify in the library of every Floridian Heatoy *&* Gtadw Cmftti** :.;: -1!.

9 a pretty good acreage of beans into usable condition as the game and it might well be used as a I byMarilyn ;. ,
After the trip over this road 1U just mentioned except in this instance By RUSSELL KAY text-book in onr public seheofe. ;:

> e comforting to bear that a contract it is the buck that is apparently t<< 'o.(..: -........:....- ,; :-: ( Florida is indebted to Marjorie Davis ,
I for rarfarfag is to be let this month. being passed instead of a I Stoneman Douglas for this valuable
button. Twenty-four years ago when I addition to Floridana. ClewUton, Florid ;
was on the staff of the Florida .
Speaking. of tomatoes this fellow Following the hurricane a state I PHONE 70J-
Mi.s of Fort Pierce who has been of emergency was declared by Grower it was my privilege to Joina I SpecialOffering I

famine for the past few years on President Truman but it has been little group of adventurers who Discounts Vp To 15% : .:-.
} set out to blaze a trail from west Planned ;;
f weeks since the hurricane Sunday
1 the Indian Reservation, has this many I
} SoI
to east coast across the Everglades.The
and no activity has been noticed
41 : )'ear doffed the floods and rains .
4 4 ; succeeerally and is now harvesting far in the Lakeport section. Surely purpose was to develop publicity %.k for Courtesy Carts
r the Baptists of Hendry County will
and center attention on
j f a bumper tomato crop frem eighty something can be done to put this
'I proposed Tamiami Trail. At that join with other members of their
acres In that section. I am told road. into shape so that we. who -"
"r denomination throughout Florida in I-- .. _:
time the Idea of constructing a
have bad to evacuate can returnto
(. t that be has already picked 3,000 paved highway across the heart of I _ -- _________ __ - uu___
homes and those who have -
field boxes and II doing his market our
been remain there under the 'Glades ,eemed'prepoterou...
ing through Fort Pierce. A system forced to J
Engineers questioned its feasibility.It .
of small dikes and pumps has trying conditions can send their .
children to school again. It has was contended that such a project
kept his crop dry while all around I
would be so. costly as to makeit
s are flood waters.In been suggested that a dragline
view of the increasing interest could put that road in usable shape out of the question. I

in vegetable farming in this section within a very short time. It so. Enterprising civic leaders ql both

why couldn't plans for a vegetable why is that not being done coasts wanted such a highway and FLAMINGO
marketing platform be revived. It If the "powers that be" had not believed that It could be built. At "

: was discussed a great deal a few blundered in their construction of the time grades had been thrown II
: years back but nothing was ever the unsnrfaced portion of state road up for a distance of about 20 miles

done and I believe there would bea No. 29, now known as No. 78. we out of Miami and from Naples west .', ,

6 great deal more interest shown in should not be In our present to Deep Lake Railroad

truck farming here if a market were dilemma. Against county and local Our little group of pioneers set J

1 available. It's rather expensive to opposition, they deliberately out to prove to the world that it DAIRY FEED

I i haul a crop to Belle Glade to bet changed the course of the road was possible to cross the 'Glades by

seen by buyers and then packed for through this area, built a new motor car and we set out from Fort _
shipment grade and built it two feet LOWER Myers in seven automobiles-five
I than the prevailing elevation at Model T Fords, an Elcar and an Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

Quite a number of us will leave either en* of the contracted ten- Overland.Led .

; tomorrow morning in anticipation mile stretch from Lakeport to Indian by Indian guides, we Jumpedoff Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users

i of getting to Everglades and finding Prairie Canal, and now the the western grade expecting to II

l a spot close enough that we can entire project Is under water, and reach the Miami grade in about FOR SALE W Tins AREA AT DEHTDRAllXa PLANT IX i

see and hear the President dedicate our only outlet Is by boat swamp three days. With the aid of a trac- MOORE HAVEN

the Everglades National Park. The buggy or tractor. If the road bed tor that pulled us out of the muck

difficulties of getting there are had not been changed'and the road time and time again and of saws WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

fully recognized for there'll be itself had been built with a high and axes that cut a path through MOORE HAVEN. FLOHIDASOMETHING
more thousands of people than any grade similar to the one leading miles of cypress strands we finally
small town in the 'glades ever expected into Moore Haven or Clewiston. our did reach the east coast but it took

to see and the highway proposition means of egress and ingress would us three weeks instead of three
is quite a bottleneck particularly not be blocked at the present time. !

the short stretch from the Present efforts at road building days.That was my first introductionto

Trail down to Everglades over which somehow remind 'me of the storyof the Everglades and I have helda .

all cars will have to be funnelled gentleman who lived in a southern healthy respect) for them ever TO

Meet of us hope to get there in town. and who. one morningwas since. To really kllow the 'Glades

I time for the luncheon and thp dedi- passing along a street upon a yon have to live In tnem. We

l f'f surely did avad as our grab ran out Always IfeilieiiilJCl9 ,

long before .e reached our destination -

we foamed to eat cattail

f roots, swamp cabbage and a lot of WHEN IT'SExcelleilt
From where I sitbjJoe Marsh., other native delicacies.

.. But I didn't set out to write a
column about the trip-wbat I had

in mfad was a tribute to MarJorie
1 Marry Young? Stoneman Douglas book entitled, Food :

"Everglades, River of Grass" published :
4' Marry ? last month as one of the .

"Rivers of America Series

Beginning with the dawn of history
When Jcb CrowelFs daughter That's why Fra not worried about Mrs. Douglas traces the in- YOU ARE SEEKING :.

Sic married ninettea-year-ald our younger married couples.They trigins story of this particular

"Slim* Blake. a lot of folks (especially were raised ia a country that re area, visualizing the lives and activities

Bolder ones) begsa to shake spectsoneanother'srightaeoanlhuir of all who through the years The Clewiston Inn :i

heads_ Youag marriages! try of tolerance and temperance (a t have Inhabited the region.

Tat tat! lot of bridegrooms are cx-CLL's, Few of as have ever thought of
and It looked like their favorite the Everglades as a river and yet
It's to me
So looked some figures.
American up girls and beverage was beer!) it really is. a river so vast and 'The South's Finest Small Hotel"
true young broad as to seem without bounds ,
younger than in other From where I sit, It isn't when
boys marry
a river of amazing breadth and
I w countries. And where do you supyou marry that's important. It's practically DO depth, its bed an endless EVERGLADES COCKTAIL LOUNGE ,_

pose they had the least chance I the all-important spirit of tolerance sea of sawgrasi, broken occasionally
won't name it, but maybe you\e and understanding that yon with pine islands and -

!; S guessed One of those countries bring to marriage. long cypress strands. NEW DINNER HOURS. ;f_

: that before the war suppressed all Clu, /7'1 .. Through painstaking research BEGINNING DECEMBER .
i. individual freedom and nAt Mrs. Douglas has gathered from G P. )1. TO 8:30 P. 1ST
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every available source authentic '
31. TO 8:80 P. M,
facts dealing with the ageless history -
1Id"Stares Brrren feon&sal I
..- ,'" : Ce prilAl,19.41. of the Everglades region. From

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Mizelle-Whitmire jI I ke lOOn.I ioghanT Saturday morning, Noren-
1 It was decided that Instead of the I ber 30. The-yooag man will bee
I usual Christmas gift exchange of th called: JtJn. .
|ill Mr and Mrs. O. E. Mlzeile of WSCS and the MoiHe Settle Class to "

SOCIETY ; Moore Hares announce the engagement -I send gifts to the children: in the I More than :.s.. different products '

1 and approaching marriage of Methodist orphanage. |; of agriculture and industry

tto __. j their daughter Lags t. Major I A liberal Week of Prayer offering are now being packaged ia Un cans,
James I
of Green Ie. was taken.
"'+0 C CQ U C C H+( u U 0 uo-,. --- aceerdlug to American Can Ca.
) 'O OOJ S. Car. The Marriage wO be an The hostess! served Ink cake and
Arthur Barren spent the week- 1 Miss event of early December in Wash- coffee
Frances Fri -eU, who has to Mrs. I. E. Scott.: Mrs.
ead in Taaip en business. 1 been visiting Mrs Merry Roberts tag toe. D. C., where Miss Missile is Ray Toder. Mrs. C. H. Settle. Mrs. PATRONIZE OCR ADVERTISERS

;t IIL. here has taken a pocttioa at the eaaloyed.MR D. C. Gorman Mrs. Gladys Stalin,
M Lilly WM ia Taupe M i;(Cfewtotoa Inn. Mrs. D. C. Mitchell Mrs. D. C. -. i
baswees M.orda;. -*. KW1\G Ho-.ns Gericke of Fort Lavdtrdato. SALESMEN WANTED
Woody Taylor, who has heeawerktae WAN WANTED. Good nearhf Raw-
State AUoraoy W. M.maty JNEl DE nwc -
was ,
with th C S. Barracorg la
business viattor hare HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY leigh u.siDft& now ooen. K wffi-
a oa TU.aday. P.
< Tfcaaosoec lam rrtnraet here to E. Ewiag KM hostess to I
I! sake ate hasae.M the regular atcetiag of Woataa's Society tag to oM'thift Home Servtoe b si-

lira W. F. Mailer wa* a./; of Christian Service W.....- Mrs. Joe Van De Voids eater- sees while ......, good IMnc writehaaiodteteiy
sass Tteitor ta ran Mten ,..... i s. P. E. La**?, Mrs. Prod I bay eveaiag at her heave, tMtf oa November 3p with a RawMfh's. DefCFAK

i Jeattas amt W. L. Watheriactoaare Mra. D. C. Mitchell, truMimi.tad I htrthday party for hear daa&IUer.: *#-'", Mead .--. lip I
Mrs T. F. SfcerMaa ad Cheryl I are ipra. te a eoaafe of days teMr the devotion sad am issares- Jade en her fourth birthday
ayeat the weeh- *d with >> t
to sin Christmas arocrass 9Iae. .. I Gorses wore played sad refresa-
dun ia tskissd. assisted tor her ...... Mrs. D. C. Rents of des cream ash coke were J'OUL -SiM aparteseote and
a.t-I' j L. Leatie ha Mea at GerIcke and Mrs. W. S. ...... ''served to the little gseet& three lot os Ceatral Areaue
Mr aad Mra. A. O. FIw Samawrrtae. G... for the I I
JUt coale Officers for It41 were elected Aiiea sg were Karen Besagardo Ctrvtatos. $7dN. Half..... hal- 1
and Erie ..-at the week sit of weeks at the >n relatives fat tadlaatovra. A. L. Morcaa. whose death EUoa WhlMea Ja Woo4warCLarry 1, Box !*..., Oewietoii. DUe J
ocearred I presides; M... W. S ....... vtoeBresMeat y
a::. lilt!,-d Vnetlf1 sr was I aa Saadajr of this week ; Mr*. O. E. Missile, recording Hardy. Eric How4eah, Sass .j

here oa baafaeat a es.pie of day circuit hdie Lyas Gerald sad secretary sad Mrs. C. H. Preesley Cheryl ShorMu. Patsy
this e.& Camrt Reaorter Ed Ley .. Fort Settle, treasurer Officers will be Notice JeaaiM Coehraae. Rieh- LOsT-OoU Miartflrstinn bracelet ;
I Myers eajoyed scone exeelleat fteaS .. Installed at a regular church serrST. Wi Yates, Patsy care, Jady Woot- Lost at Fteheatia Creek Than-
;I I hare yesterday as aid Carrell WeIVT. .... day Ptader aotify Clewistoa Beauty 1
at the
Mr and Mra. A. C. Bow sad
1 coactastea of the'eoart ......... \RT1NS EPIL t Shop. ite. .".
] Dowd
hire Betty vtottors
were taMiaaU CHURCHRer. \. MEETING: !
Tharaaay. ;
Mr. aad Mrs. W. B. Irby sad Mr. .%. J. Unit R and Mrs. F. M. Fri*et wre ta* Tfe' Deeemher meeting of the
Mrs. J. H. Dtfley MO h&mi ana Parent-Teaeher AsvoeiaUeii beheld
I win
sl.adiag few days this week btlrlasio. gwets of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Matter Services every S *dy. >:M a. m. in the school adttoriMo tonight -

Saocay.Mr at a. Thaasslla.g tttackua es Holy CoauaaaieB tint aad third I I at eight o'clock. An interest Mark R. Tennant
Saadeys cock nattfe.
** is aDd
g program aromiMd u--
Mn. I. W. .AdUa. left
yesterday an
and MM Bask are cordially invited to attend ,
to aaead the wstii oa* ta Taa.aMr
HUM METHODlsT IHIT.CH Real Estate Broker
Oahrnha. ted, .....d M..eaywith
F sad Iaveraras.Mrs. I>T. W. s. Rozrnun. Ta-tor SOS BORN
Mr sand Mrs. H. C. &eesaa.They 1 i GLADES COUNTY LANDS
I .
&ce cycadtag the whiter la i
B. C. Hawsi sad VIsgJsisF Mr and Mrs. J. M. Coae announce 807 Congmw BMg. Miami lb..tRPRIsE .
Church i
Park School 10:fr a. a.
F Rtpr weer ..... is Fort d srs the birth of a son at the
Moralag Worship--11: o a. ..
SIIt hoase of )lr. and Mrs. J. S. Will- I
Mtes Bertha The Methodist
Graai. C. T. Part la- aRm extends a I
sad Jo Aaa Oaaae left Moaday !, welcome to you The Church
sad Mr* R. D. I.-' sad
1 for n....... X. C., where Jo Au j School has a class for every age.
Mrs. F. V. Probst are ahyisg isL
I wfD aadugu a aisdlral exaaiiaa-i I Too are tavtted to worship with siia
west Fain Boaeh today
L tile at the Date Uatrentty Hos-' the neater dutch!! worship hoar

tal diaie.Mra. ron
Mn D. C. Gamer sat sea, Barnay HIM I XMAS

of West Pate Hood heat teat J. )I. Fralteh aad "'aPter.1 r and Mr*. W. J. Robison. Mr and i
week here Ttakia rdati us. Mr*. W A. Montgomery. Mr and
Mattel reeeatty letaratd here from i
Mr*. H C. Keen, Mr
and Mrs
OJas where they have lived for the
Mrs. Merry' Roberts and Merry I If. Pirkle. Mr and Mrs J H
aaat scrotal yean sad are oace C'I
Luna vfcdted Meads ia Ctadasatiorer :toa. Mesdames W. H. Lamer :V Select A PIPEfrom
more makiag their home in MooreBavea.
the Thankogrrtag holidays :Thomas. Ball. J. H Don Ed*
Nell Jackson R. E. Waldron V. C'I I I ff

Max Breaker. Cleea Breoker HId Woodward, C. J. Leiter. E C )I ills. I
; MU Moody of Lakeland were here Mrs Oetfle DIIIIIa" JachaoaTfiO E. M COTMtt, Mis Maxin- Doty I Our New Display I ,}
of Christ-
d-tfiiateT the
Mia Ftorcaee Graham :Miss Lottie ,
aa a flaaix trip Moa4&y. at&s Seal:: sate. Maul.iga I* Florida Caiiheaa sad Mr. J. K Rogt'r'.1 I ',

...Jssi-o ... was hero t*.s awratag to coaferwttt. These from Moore Haven: "A PIPE FOR EVERY TYPE".Joint
Mrs. Jn Dowd, Glades Coaaty -
rraHardy and Mrs
iMNrlBrTlir tail Beard etfltts. Gladys I
chatratfta. Stall Mrs S. B. SaelL Mrs. A AAraoM
was a Tttttor here Wednesday! .
mA Miss Dorothy Arnoldwere I

..... J. C. 9wted aad QeenUB Mr aid Mrs. wattaa Collier and from Palmdale and Mrs I notrd'S Store -

laiiill were haataeos rtsttors taStates I two son arrived here the latter I Bertha A. Greenfield of New Bedford !
yesterday part eat test week from Clearwater Mass was a visitor :
Mrs. Conor to take the position of
oJie health anise for Glad 3''d I ,
L.I. WhJteter of Brfte.totL --=- ,
They bavt ':: --- -
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L l1'. Guest Houeo bare .: itT-- '
at :
staying i r
laid Detest, w a ; l lri
Shdtor her the lint af the week moTteg Into the Larsen 01 I

temporarily. I I'

..... Frances Hardy Mrs JoeMatMsooa .' aad Mrs. R E. Wood ; K\ TERN STAR HOLDS

were visitors ta Went Pate Beach mG"L.\n MEETING Tnn.Une I PaPKiflSOfl'SS

MoadarMn I
Order of tk Eastern Star

Gladys tlK Maw Peggfjatalh (!held their regular the Chapter meeting ball Tnesdajerening in'

sad S oa Stifle rp. fit the at
Taaaksgrrtng hottdar with Mr. and I Moore Haren. Mrs. E. M Dull I
and J. K. Rogers.
>>n. W. M. Adktes: ta Vere Beach. worthy matron Is
i worthy patron presided. HUDQUARIER5Bulging
Christmas a
I Plans were dfeeassed for a
Miss Mary Ann for the next
.. Oaaday to College. Ga.. where 'I program this and moat party after which a .
tie is a student at South Georgia meeting the
enjoyed by
College after saeadla* ThanksgiT- qmii program was
.. lag: with her parents Dr. and Mrs. ,| members there werMr At The Sides With
D. M Drangha 1 Those from Oewtston I II :

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I Christmas Cards i 1 The BIGGEST GIFT I< f

Selection In Town I

Splendid Assortment Gibson Cards 1 1I I

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Choose. your Xmas present from our stockof Toylaiul Now Open ; i I

toiletries, candies, tobaccos and many. 3

other items.ARCADE. -- ,


From Whimsical to the Practical

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f Come in and make your selection now. You can use

our convenient Lay-Away Plan to hold your choice 'til

PLACE iatmas.

Attend Junior Class Play Next Friday

Night Drinks and-Candies-Cigarettes See AfterwardsCold I I9kinson's; : Ioc.: I ; .

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Spoken: "Would you care to

step outside and say that

i again?"

A prominent minister for Him Ask for It
E asked how long women's .I: ""Dear," cooed persuasive Polly, A smart fellow stepped up to the .
"it always makes a hit with fatherif bus as it pulled into the termiaaj {
skirts should be. He had the
my boy friends help him a little and said to the driver:
perfect answer: "A little "
bit on his garden.
over two feet. Sam. "Wen Noah I see you got here .
} hoereplied
"I'm no "
'wt.M.LYO7Cv.Kw'L'. %r' at last. Is the ark full?
' The man who thinks he has Girl in phone booth: "Operator "Nope," replied the driver I

{ t arrived is already slipping. can I have my nickel back Albert "Need one monkey. Hop in."

won't speak to me." s
I i Imagination is given a man iII "I don't believe in prenatal ia- I
to compensate him for what That's Sense finenees. It's Just a lot of bank.
he is not, and of hu- : tttdt Dorothy-Tut to box I wilt
I a sense tJ I Why Just before I was born>> my,
mor to console him for what CHI mother broke an armful of phonograph -
Mother-Wby on alb ncttttr ft
I be is. yotfrtbotfDorotbf ''Ii records and it didn't do ae

\ So't I ,..u tale it .,. no harm, no harm, no barm."


J ; Simple Home CourseIn 1I Human DerrickNo Get Well .

Touch TypewritingTIlE weight lifter has ever approached thF QUICKER

the record made by P. J. Fnm inca
typewriter is an obedient D.e se a eI4FOLEY'S
McCarthy of St. Louis in 1898. Us- '
You control it with
can M T
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your fingertips if you are steady ing his arms, legs and back he

t t and firm and know bow to handle raised a platform holding a load of
I it. stone which weighed 6,370 pounds

l The typewriter can help you get a good equivalent to the combined
I Job. simplify your Dotes at school prepare weight of 42 average-sized men. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
lengthy reports for business or club


Teach yourself t

: ''to TYPE .

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t \\L Jellies Blake Charming Christmas Presents:

.i Fruit FavoritesDid
nettings If you are a bunt,and-peck typist
i you can teach ;yourself touch.typewriting ;
.i' at home A keyboard chart will show you ever think of giving prize Tomato Juice
} I you where to place fingers and exer-
home preserved
winning jellies or
I dac and drills .U1 give you speed and Fried Scallops Tartar Sauce I
i accuracy. things for presents? They are one of Baked Potatoes Green Beans
f f Next come the. mechanics of turning out the most pleasant gifts to receive as Apple-Cranberry Salad

.. I't tiring a ptofmskmal, spacing looking punctuation piece of and work-ceo-so forth. well as to give, and with their variety Bran Muffins Beverage I
AU easy U master once you are a touch- of colors you can make a spar- Pineapple Upside-Down Cake
typist kling array of them very appropriate II
( You can teach yourself to type with our for holiday I
Reader Service booklet No. 13. Step by giving.
i step it takes you from the operation of a It's true that the jelly season is full lofting boil over hottest flame. I
: typewriter to.t typing statistical reports and past and few fresh berries are avail- Stir constantly before and while
radio scripts There s a keyboard chart
: and helpful exercises, too. Written by a able but then boiling. Boil hard 1 minute. Remove
I typing autoonty many home mak- from fire and stir in bottled pectin.

: . ers have put up v Then stir and skim by turns for just y
1 Send Sac la coin for ""Toacll.Typewriuiic juice to be made 4 5 minutes to cool slightly, to prevent BATTERY OPERATED FARM RADIO
;. Self.TaBgkt" to Weekly Newspaper Serv into jelly. For s a, floating fruit. Pour quickly. Cover
ice, 2U West 17th Street New lock 11.
: N. Vf Print name address with lODe those of you who with paraffin at once.
} booklet title and No. lj don't have those Apricot Pineapple Jam.

; resources, try a 1 pound dried apricots
canned or bottled 1 pint can crashed pineapple
j I For Quick Cough juice like grape, and make use of IJi cups pineapple Juice and
the citrus fruits. water
t Relief Mix This If you want to do something particularly 3 cups sugar

: nice, make a few batchesof Soak drain 2
apricots overnight;
Syrup, at HomeHere's chutney and put them up in small and cut into small pieces. Measureout
jars. They'll be a welcome additionto
an old: homo mlxtnr your pineapple juice and enough L
)j mother probably used, but. for real anyone's meat course, now that water to make 1\; cups. Mix together 1
I results, it is still one of the most effective supplies of that food are low and we apricots and !
pineapple Water .,
f and dependable for coughs due to the economicalcuts ,.y. r
are trying use I
cook for 30 mnutes low
; over a
colds. Once tried. yoallawear by it. for budget purposes. liltil! -5.
It's no trouble at all. Make a syrup flame, stirring occasionally. Add '
by stirring 2 cups of granulated sugar Grape Jelly. sugar and cook until thickened, I rI :
and one cup of water a few moments (From bottled juice) about 15 minutes. Ladle mixture -5 .. _
until dissolved. No cookIng to needed.
into clean sterilized and b
3 sugar glasses
Or you can use corn syrup or liquid cups 9 9hf0
toney instead of sugar syrup. 2 cups bottled crape juiceS pour hot paraffin at once.
s Now put 2ft ounce of Finex Into a 8-oonce bottle liquid pectin Ginger Pear Conserve. 1
pint botUe and sm up with yourcyrup. 4 11
f This makes a full pint of splendid Measure sugar and juice into a pounds pears d -
cough: medicine and gives you about large saucepan and mix. If you use 2 lemons J
, four times as much for your money. an unsweetened juice, add Vi cup of 4 pounds sugar

i It And keeps you'll perfectly cay U and* truly tastes excellent fine. sugar. Bring to a boil over high heat Ji pound candied ginger Patk.J with foofvrcsf 4

for quick action. You can feel it take and add liquid pectin at once, stir- Peel core and chop pears fine. a'
toll swiftly. It loosens the phlegm ring constantly. Bring to a full rolling Grate the rind and add the juice Gins NtstamSag.Iris mtptioc
soothes tha Irritated membranes and boil and boil hard for 30 seconds. from the lemons. Boil with sugar 4 loaa-W, low lottery &eia tslcs

i cases helps breathing dear the,air and passages.lets you sleep.Thus it Remove from heat and skim. Pour until thickened, about 45 minutes. (.*le-rd, k ntifsl sKda-n!. dial .J>

PInes U a special compound of into hot sterile jelly glasses and Add ginger which has been chopped Alai* tfrwiak speaker fer superb tMqitlity '
proven Ingredients, In concentrated: ; rover with paraffin at once. Makes fine and cook for 15 minutes longer. Sttls-SMlllk '
form, well-known for its quick acOoo about five 6-ounce glasses. Pour into clean jars and seal. a kiasf 4.i5ahbed
: on throat and bronchial Irritations tokia.L ,
m ,r Money refunded U cot pleased tot Grape and Mint Jelly. Apple Chutney. w.
very way. Makes 6 pints) -_
: H cold water --if
cup ..
I Ptnex Is quirk Acting 3 cam bottled crape Juice pounds onions, peeled and -V. Hew 6-Tvbe Avtaxwic. -:

; U cap lemon Juice chopped j.-;'_"-i Cn .
Jounce package of powderedfruit 3 pounds green apples, peeled I e l' Ph.negr.phGraurst
f pectin and chopped

4 cups granulated sugar 4VS caps brown sugar, firmly

Ji to 1VS teaspoons peppermint packed ierproresrat r-
extract 1 pound seeded rasins
m mOlD .
2 teaspoons ginger
Combine water, grape and lemon 2 teaspoons powdered cloves Mare the itnstioe
juice in kettle. Stir in pectin. Heatto 3 teaspoons cinnamon ./'tie-v-P" x
a full rolling
boil 3 teaspoons salt It brines a new
e 3 tablespoons molasses thrill to your rec
J .., Stir in Dash
i of
cayenne pepper ordliateningpleaeure.
sugar. Heat to a
-kb full rolling boil Combine all ingredients in a large Banish
and boil 5 min- kettle and simmer uncovered for need. scratch."talkback" .
about 2 hours or
utes. Remove
stirring occasionally other disturbing
from heat skim.
s Add extract.; or until mix noises. Plays record .!
ture becomes like magic. -
Then into
pour .
e freshly sterilized glasses and pour thick and dark. Hear it todsyiMade141f
Pour immediate.
fi hot paraffin at once. This makes t
about seven frounce glasses. ly into hot, sterilized -

i Thrifty Marmalade. jars and preserve seal immediately -
(Makes eight frounce glasses) p Y t

3li cops prepared fruitS Y 5-

; cups bottle sugarS fruit ""- 5 pounds Pineapple cooking Chutney.apples peeled
pectin ,
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CALOX and chopped 69 S
change ia To prepare fruit, use skins from 6 f.cups crushed pineapple $ .

medium oranges and 2 medium lemma .. IVs cups brown sugar firmly ........ -
for the qua effect and cut in Quarters. Lay quar- packed __ ,' ,', :_-......

on your smile ters flat; have off and discard 3 pints elder vinegar p1 tltM5 A t'BK&aIy daaiw record k 17 It.oo

. about half of the white part. Put Z teaspoons salt .*Ji.iropmtJck: l lIt
8trpIan .
I t _E.D=_ .t Cola_ *tcrrkg ttm_Maya, ,U S J
yellow rinds through' food chopper 3 teaspoons finger raceris a "tube u.w
i 2 Helps remove tint...bnnc oat twice. Add 2ft cups water, juice of 2 teaspoons cardamom seed r pedecW AC
ail the aararal lacers of your 2 lemons, H teaspoon soda and 1 2 teaspoons cinnamon SPrWt roS* JUtosHSic boss Ct.peaatJoe .-

I smile.2A cup sugar. (This 1 cup of sugar is in 1 teaspoon powdered cloves .' .'. for t... idats S'

f'. eacowsjes pedal ingredient rtflr massage ill tales.. addition to the 3 cups mentioned Combine all ingredients in large ,:t . aWaet wllb &e.dI ..wlrik .
which hai tKmktffeaoatumiU.helr above.) Bring to a boa and simmer kettle and simmer uncovered for I-
r.:: ukes them arm andcwy.T covered, for 30 minutes, storing about Itt tours, stirring occasionally -
O os ep you sauie..wnb See Your
until mixture becomes thick. Friendly{ Admiral
dt.Jraib/r.1n Measure sugar and prepared fruit Pour immediately into hot, sterilized -
'j tt-- r1) s.wf dllV//.r.rrt- M.xw.n.ls-.. into large kettle, pour in the hotSJ1'UP preserv Jars and seal immdiately. Dealer Today for Demonstration
and add a cup of water if .
necessary. Mix: well and bring to a as cued WTO fatta



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Attacked, Imprisoned INKLINGS By Jarvis

Because of WhiskersBetween -J

1830 and 1840 in Fitch- Ut441t '

burg Mass, a Joseph Palmer was _
he target of the strangest perse- -

:ution in American history, saysCollier's A hammer, screw driver and a f A cake containing one cup of ..,
Because he wore a beard pair of pliers will find many uses I flour fills an eighj-rnch round pan
against the protestations cf the in the kitchen. Keep these tools ina and a cake containing one and one
townsfolk, he was snubbed by his drawer along with the usual kit- I half cups of flour requires a nine-
friends, sneered at by the trades- : chen implements. inch pan.
people, stoned repeatedly by small ; yr -.- -.-
boys and finally attacked by four YOUR A lawn be usedas
COUNT Wash picture glass with a chamois mower can easily
men who attempted to cut off his wrung out of warm water. a conveyance. Try using it to
whiskers by force. CHANGE BEFORE .= b This prevents the water from run- move an incinerator from spot to
Palmer put up a stiff resistance ning down through the frame and spot in leaf-burning time. Or use
end finally escaped unharmed, LEAVING. back of picture. it to carry out heavy ash cans. A
only to be arrested later for fighting -.- small steel or wooden rack builton
When brought to trial, he was 7tlnYPiI. China or pottery should never the topside will make it usable
found guilty, but as he refused to little around the
be scoured. Hard rubbing causes for many jobs
pay his fine was sentenced to ::4 the color or gilt to fade and damages home. Fitted with a box. it can
prison for more than a year.<<: the smooth finish. take the place of a wheelbarrow. .


bV& Cold 9 ; I II I Ballerine// Doll for Christmas Gift

Reljev AsHe Gayly/ Embroidered Overblouse

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I When your child catches
cold rub his little throat
chest and back at bedtime
t with warming,,soothing
t Vicks VapoRub. Its special ;
J relief-bringing action goes rwtJI _
to work instantly. and it
keeps working for hours to ,4L1'
I relieve distress even while !i
child sleeps!Often by mornIng -
the worst miseries of
I the cold are gone. Try it!
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silver. Or try a colorful print and
"J70U ereryiAwf. Jot! hers a guy (Ao teats -' 45635 omit the embroidery, if you like. ?;

to nnt that (Wore hosier
To obtain complete directions, tiasoe.pattern
sizes 14. IS and IS included fin- 1 1I
Christmas Doll embroider Uons. transfer for Beau Catcher

WHEN CONSTIPATION sakes yes feel AN adorable little doll that's cer- Blouse (patters No, address KM send and 29 cents patters in i' :::
funk u the dickens bones os stomach Light for Reading By Gluyas Williams : to delight the small fry. number.aamc .
put, sour taste, gassy discomfort Up-to-the-minute hair-do, saucy Due to an unusually tare* demand and ,
take Dr. CaUwefl's famous medicine
current conditions, slightly mar* time to
to quickly pcfl the trig es on lazy "'iJIuri. embroidered face flower-sprigged required in filling orders tat few of thai
." and help yea feel bright and gown and ballet slippers are easy most popular patterns.
chipper team. to make and fun, tool Be sure to
DR.CALDWELl/S i*the Wonderful teoa -' add Ballerina to Christmas SEWING CIRCLE HTCFDLEWOK1C
> laxative contained in good old Syrup your Ua Sooth Wens St. Chicare 2. DLEnclose
Pepsin to make it 10 easy to take. gift list. 20 cents for Patten.UQUIO .
MANY DOCTORS 11M pepsin preparations a a e Jio
in prescriptions to make the medi- doto obtain complete tissue pattern for Jiam- : ,
cilia more palatable and aereeable to J and clothes, tracing patters for face. .
stitch Illustrations and complete directions A4dz-
take. So be sure your laiaare if contained -
(or making and finishing the Ballerina
in Syrup Pepsin. Don (Pattern No. 633) tend 20 cents la
INSIST ON DR. CALJWU'S-tha La.onte coin, your name address and
LIES GIrt F1.QOR ezr WITHOUT WW6 EYtS EN' cco o mel.E A6MIEXCn"INGoe + y
cf millions for 50 Tears,tad fed
that wholesome rebel from constipation. Pretty OTerblooseAS 0 L D 5
Even finicky children Jon it. STOP ( 't E0Y21O vttt TOWNXW MEANT EU'F72TOTHE
CAUTION i Use only aa directed. THE: UGKT.HE $TtAW i UAMP.rf 6ETTtf WW handsome an :.
IK EYE you'll see, and one certain MEDIQNE IS BETTER
to bring you a wealth of compli Crt M-MnW M..f .f CI4 Mnwfe..M *..
DR. SWELL'SSENNA C\ ments. For extra special occasions CW l..fot mBm,l *i CM rnwnM*to*.u.i.LIQUID .

make of heavy white silk crepe
LAXATIVE and embroider the bows in gold or c- a._._


Billions rely
DOUBLE on the name. I
Moroline for
hi< r-o.'E "'" 10 L>>P.GRo FW tlWM Of' StT'TUi'tyX tqneyI4Qn !
FILTERED ty =:guar\ R IT LAMP/ +N"TU Furl: ABLY H bWa wrn IrQcrtO 1 1 I.
FOR EXTRA QUALITY ielljr urcha Fin* for. 6000 F tIE t OOT MwuTES hwc COHl'JtCDHf'LETELY IN sw cow
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&'EWS that makes forks BACK HOME AGAIN By Ed Dodd ij
I sleep all night ;
Tbovaada wKUftvfced trmvft ofMm ALLWGWTAVWCH f CX3X7U VVWT ME TO DRESS Up
sow a.t ji
the that taw twncfef a-ak.a.d-.10'at ts LIKE A M& AC7i-E SS TOeKSSTyyUMVm 23 i
_at_waakt IM" s..bop Inm*..>*t*Tb to.t!.w"a OTMiitiaa t-. a.t Fob eMi DO 't t! WiM r A MICE HOT Dlwi R REEW1 f ICAti'T ---i ,
1'>-.liT ills,1I1) u.24 trouts s.-f &- / 00 eo"1:l... 1 r Til.L ')O'J EA:21ol!: MORE -
MItnW_M M praralMit and Folcr \!*ayat.st -
ld.v Alfa sat beo.6t. dbiw J* -.o EE1Al OGET
hak.24k ov Urt CM FoJ T WU from drnrre _
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WAC, MARINE or SPAR Rub in gently-warming flea-Gay for soothing rn e

r J lief from simple headache Ben-Gay contains up to of -
Find out what 2 V4 times more of two famous pain-eetievng agents: s
known to every doctor-methyl saLcylate and tnea-
Nursing d i thoi-than five other widely offered rub-ins.Insist on .
_, tenuine Beu-Gay.the original Bnme'ADaJ& -- ,
offers you/ \ It brings quick relief

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: !-- Worid room Christmas-program The decision games with colleges ad universities I I State ton and Road State No Ro.i S* West:\u of::t. ?'wia-oeth;

Eyes O Stagar I Ii was for the drawing of names of this area.Addition I of Moore Hares Work eouilrOri

I for gift exchange, and a gift to of abase MM books I i I of reworkingxintina rock tees
1 r I
and applying surface t--'ttmnt
bring for some worthy orphanage, sad S.tH msgirinjn M tile library. i I I If wide, and mcd-ntal n-ris.: The'

Are Now On Glewision ; such as a canned food gtft Setting .B a slalom cafeteria lift Iftia-th il l .
t ; It norms the boys' fad sow is to fully eqaiMod, where meals areserved :.': 1350660* rtifl.-d made pas r;- tbItt t, u, th.mrvi. <'kIT-.t of

shiwD by the United States Sugar : set off firecrackers right where alarge I to student sad faculty for m.nf lb.St. ''
; (orporation has made my work I. group of girls is gossiping; a dollar a day. i tars Stamps theeee.1U..b..d.ar) Stag p. arren .
II New ntt'tcorn-
i Development Being .
I here much easier than I ever exP : We girls hope they thoroughly enjoy ,'" ,. 'titnuiti 1 t.'r tits ."

: l r Tested At Cyanimid .ri ted'' said Webb "1 have found it' i I New Sugar ActContinued certified projert. All within c.:rtiflyd J* das'heck.if: the"t.11 date he i
f The Home E -. girls have just put .
r it a real pleasure to be in Clew- < ;; for rtcvit TS ( ,..h'.rh'TK..
Plant Here on a wonderful buffet supper-or I r-- will r.t b. .n. j p'-d. The the H-ka or
iston from Page 1) the two t.t! '"t balder win he ,jr.
--- I at least we think so! The girls p..Jt dI

showed tae dresses they made to meat maiBland sugar cane growers | Th. p. i.,mlll'l v IK. .1 ;,. al,!
Tbe eye of the entire sugar inHary SCHOOL DAZE I Ii their mothers, _nd got>> many alescomments \will be allowed to produce 5.- : >1dli--d! ; 1 I.t .r -.In'f'd or thct. "on-
; tt'.rh..n!: I.$1.0.* p-r h> :r Th.-
of the world are BOW cea i eoanitaenta then. ftM.060 tons against the 315.'"'' .
and on
'. i minimum wtMid t>> ill labor inI
;. < ; F tend M a small iron ked not tar : I The menu consisted of chicken ala I toss produced under the original i I termrdiatc icra1 ......ptH.rnth..**

.- ? tress the United State Sugar Cor- i! Hditer ............._............ Jimmy (lick I 1 1iiitor king a sartag. salad bowl, baked i I act an increase which will make it contracts The minimum shall wage be Ts paid cents to rwr all hour unskilled

I' porfttft Mg Mill here in CtewtsUn. I 1 "_'lat ...... Ronald FarnamSerkty 1 1 potatoes, eftaack ice cream and possible for as much expansion as labor employed on them rvn

They are awaiting the final ......_............... ltori Griffith! cookie, iced tea and coffee, all Louisiana and Florida growers; nay tracts shall be 5.* cent per hoar

i v.teemoe: of a new process by which I I! Girl' ltoUrtJ .................. Joyce (lick made sad prepared by the girtsSUMOUs t wish. according to the view of local I; All work Flan..{. M HpoctfieatuMnv dup in acoordanrwith and

;:- Mor cane will enter one end of Itoy's sports ....._h...... bits lala'e.iniSFon.or i iI I sugar officials I( Iaihpr"*,.. ;* of th ,State Road

: ; the 1IiIked. aM refiaed. bagged *a- ...-...... ...... Mr. Mole I I Department Special: attelld8e i.
; called to Special Provioioaa which
t s pr will emerge from the other eavd I == (Et4ia Ui Jeuei I f will be furnished with each proI -

; Yeeterday the first completer I KIKsT GUXIIK I poml Th attention at ISMIn a t*
Tbe Seniors have won the prise :OTHK TO CREDITOR!! !''dtrected to the Special mWMoiiievverinr
Diiot plant run of a cane-juice to I We all had a good time Thanksgiving -
for having the highest percentage IN THE OOCKT OF THE CWNTT subletting or sisfatpfas; the
refined saga by a single nroeees : of parents present at the last two JCDGK. OUADXg COCNTT FLOR- |es4rtract
was attempted. The new processwmpletely be back in school. IDA. IN PROBATE. I Proposals will beContractor f..... t..
Ii We are glad to P.-T. A. meetings, thanks to oar In rr Estate of Quaffed *, \C".
eliminate the brown Ruth went to Setoring. parents. We are! hoping that they : Ernest A. Porteboeaf. tteeeawd. ton to this office FOR' Op

agar and reftntag stge of ordinary Sammy went to West Palm Beach will attend the P.-T. A. meeting To An Creditors and Persons Having I lit FOR EA TI PRO ns
I CTmimwi or Demands Against! Said j may tM purchased from effic-
Methods of preparing sugar for Barbara went to Canal Point. Friday the 5th. So come on mothers i Estate: for the sum of H for So
I You and each of proposal will be issued -ttMasS reI -
market. Frances went to Belle Glade. and fathers. you are herel
notified art retairetf to present .ny I\IIU..ta for them are recatvettbSy this
t TIle trick has been dose in labo- Edith Ellen west to Clewiston. The Seniors also won tbe price claims ?** 4haaada which you, or ''office at least 14 honr**, new fs th'

1! ratarfee WI..... says A. )I. Webb. Donald went to Tiftoo, Ga. for the beet poster that was made either of you. May bare agmtMt the I1'time for seeming bMH JX
estate Of Ernest A. PorttM eC deceased. All bid must show a' Car each
: who is in Clewiston collaborating 'I for Book Week. Tate, of MM Cottatr. to the Item and total a rt-

< with UHSC experts in the pr eeH.111 sIcoN1); (.a\UE I In the Library, our borne room County Judge of Glades Count). PlorWa l Jed on the cover...of..
I lit hU office in the court hoof I I The right I* r .n"< .n>
f'. "\\ It I'ay" (Suzanne Fleming) I tbe Junior class Miss Ellerbe and I: aM County at Moore Haven, FIori. or all bids .. .

4. Tfcer is no doubt bet what the I The second grade has a new boy )Ir. Whittle had devotions with us :: ida within eight calendar month from STATE ROAD DEP1)jjr T
the: tine of the firM publication of this OF FLORIT'AI
; *-Jw)l'e to finished-sugar preeecs I He is Dean Grant. Wednesday morning. Jimmy Click: j t: notice. Each clal. or demand man 'I F. E. Ba lj Itt

f t wHl wwk. but the big duestien today We have a new circulating heater. read scripture and we listened to 'I be u a-ri sing. and shall stele UM I j E C DeGanMki > MiiIs
Place of residence
to. will it pay to Bee the new i It makes our room nice and warm. a record of the Lord's Prayer. I of the claimant and post and office shall address be- Dec 5. 12.MOO Highway. Regr.eer.

IBoftlMtd. If the answer is yea, thectlre Next Friday we will draw names worn to by the claimant, his agent ,

t" indastry may be on the evesf I for our Christmas party. -DOTS D\MIHVQuestion : II or or demand his attorney not ,no and filed say shall uh be clala void I -

overhauling of UKeck. WAYNE E. CAB8IDT. t
A. to well-known the USSCmmlces [ FIFTH <.ll\I: New A* administrator of the Estate
I What is opinion of that
you of At executor of the
BO refined sugar in iU presaart (Willie Mae McDuffie) Look! I WiU sad Testament of t"l't i

; processes. Its prod lid, as at We have a new boy in our room. Jimmy Click. "I certainly don't First A.publication Porteboeuf December deceased ;i. 1917 iI

; moat sugar mills throughout the I His name is Billy Collier. like those long skirts' Dee a, 11 I5 2*, 1947. iI I

: world is brown, unrefined sugar.Tfcfc Pearl McCraney and Helen Had- ( Donald /arnam: "I definitelyDO iI I EN '. tI

i mast be transported to the re- ley are OB the Library Committee NOT like the New Length. I '.. ' "
lTUB: COI %T'.I1'OGf: f OI RT ()!
flIsrM-t ,eoe tons a year-to bepme for December .Mildred Langdale I think it is a waste of barfly needed (.l..U K< TO!-\TT. .'LORID.OTIE .

. prepared for marketing. and Grace Ball are on the House- : material!" OK rESTATE .' : I

i Won't lUpixnt One keeping Committee; Marion Skipper Marion Vowell: "Ob-I like OP ERNEST A. POKTKTIOBCF .

If that step can be eliminated Frances Cook T. Mable IIE'DI I those short ones a tot better" THE !STATE, Deceased.OF FLORIDA TO Ali I I SUN & MON:

by tM new process there will be dry Jerry Lee, Anthony Cerwald )Ir. Damron: "I think It's Jut 'I f' PERSONS: rXTERBSTED IN THE

and Jack Williams are on the fad and we've done without them .I ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT: Camay Kaye iU
no need! to transport unrefined sn- a You are hereby notified that a written -
gar-sinee the output of tbe mill committee for room decoration, and for so many years that we can still Instrument purporting to be the
Willie Mae McDntfie, Bobble Woodward I I. last will and testament of said decedent .
at Clewiston will be ready for market do without them. has been admitted to probate I "Kid From Brooklyn"In
Clayton Taylor Rheba Brownare Pete Randall "It's a crime! in said court

on the Gift committee 111 forget how to You are hereby commanded within Technicolor
Pretty soon I ( )
The experiment is being conducted six calendar months from the date of
by American COd of whistle." the first publication of this notice to
'. Cyanimid :SWKMIt; C.RIPK I appear in said court and show Latest Fox NewsAdults
j. New York which has been doing cause if any you can. why the action
field work the since (Jo Anne Couse) THEME SOMJS .f said court In admitting said will -- 50c KW-2Se:
i on process
4; ) This week we had a fire drill Joan Etherton-Deep Purple." to probate should not stand uorevok-
1311, both on the mainland and in ed.
Cuba. not one of those fire drills you are Dot Griffith-"Alnteba ever com- (OFFlc r. SEAL IMPRESSED) .

already warned about but a really ing back" (notice to a certain Ga- J. if OOUSE. County Judge WED. Ie THURS.I .
The process is known as tboionexchange" unexpected when we 7th grade Glades County. Florida. !
one tor! ) First publication December 6. un.OTIf .
;; : method. Beds of girls were io Science and the boys Jessie Brunan-"Would you be- I Joan Bennett la
synthetic resin are used beneath
In Agriculture. lieve me!" (I don't know.) )
J, the path of the cane juice forming It was not so cold this past spelt John Brannan-"Lazy River" .OF: TO TilE('OVTH TTE"rTOHOFritK : -HOAU" i I "W oina On TheBeach'
basis for the process, and is said
54 the low. according to whatwe I
was (well suited eh! ) DE"'RT"E T
r to work on a similar principle to hear. Lois Cox-"Near You!" (Don thatis

t the zeolite water softener which I shall miss you all the next time I ) Tallahassee, Florida. I
December 1. 1517.COtsTRttTlOsFIIIERAL
Las been< used for many years as I am going to Durham, N C. I Peggy Stalls-"I want to be a : All

How IrorWor" for a few days. My column will be Friend of Yours!" (this has something PR4M.R4V FRI. ft SAT.
Ion solves the I I Sealed bids will be received at this
problem in fine hands. Wallace Corner's ; to do with Vero Beach) office from Qualified Contractors until I I
.f removing non-sugars present in During Thanksgiving Paul Smith I 1*:" A. U. of December, 1917 for the construction I
raw sugar syrup mostly salts and went to Fort Myers and Lakeland ...
; of the foil mgFederal Aid
acids which break into ions when I Martha Collier went to Fort Myers; ;i Edison College I Ii Pro< ctfederal' "Blood On the Sun"

dotted: in water. Sugar being I Wallace Coyner also went to that | Will Open Its :I I X.l3c l>.Aid Job'Seewdary N->_. ,114-111 Project and
an organic molecule which does city. 5.i'MI si'it. H dN". 'lI' l.lidi ;,
ionize and Hondo ioBttc b j>we">n
net in
solution makes it
possible I
Betty Jean Hendrickson was to NewVinter Term
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to separate sugar from non- : play for E7-HR, December 4. having

sugar by bale exchange. lonitabienonmiaari piano accompaniment of Mr. Moye I

break up into two types I Our class voted 1W cent for Edison College opens the winter
i one positively charged, called tat -I per I quarter on December 8. Not all of
I tbe "White Christmas" idea; a few
tion the past quarter has been given tli> SE CHLORDANE
t and the other negative called (
I wanted to have also the "draw" I
) avnltn. Dy passing sugar; syrup II method of present-exchange. Still repair and renovation due to thi
I I hurricane which bit the Collcg
raw) through; resins which
remove ; others wanted to add the "freewillexchange"
during registration for the fall
both only the nnioniied
sugar re
of gifts. in addition to the
mains. quarter but much energy and InsecticideChlordane
I ,"White Christmas" plan. *
have been In such
money spent
i A. M Webb assistant manager Oleie Hendry was to do a little :
renovation. The large College plant
I ol the ton-exchange department of freehand drawing on the black-
: was damaged a great deal :
r .. American Cyanimid a native North I December
board for us, at E7-HR !
Several students will enroll
Carolinian has been here since Sth.
some of them the number insecticides the
among get bugs
January: collaborating; with W. A. )Ir. Fred Flanders who recently I'
i I Mann the local man In charge and gave a fine talk to onr HR on scared away because of the hurricane without hurting your crops.

t resident of Clewiston. Mr. Webb '"Snakes" tells ns he will be gladto and the announcements and For truck gardens here is the most
"Fort Is blown
that Myers
is here in advisory capacity, he talk again< to us, this time on reports effective insect toxicant yet developed.

I explains and to render any aaxistanc "Birds of Florida." off tbe map. Deadly to most common pests, it consist.

he 1s able in the testings The piano In our HR has been Among the outstanding achievements ently gives kills of 95 to 100%.
of the quarter Jut closing
i which concluded yesterday with the very very helpful to us, in many are the folio*Ing: Yet when properly applied.Chlordanedoes

I first run through one of ilx stations ways. We are seeing how much a Acquisition: of the Dr. Burgess not injure even such delicate crops :

which are to be reconvertedfor piano can do in various aorta of squash and melon Tines. Residuevolatilizes
Laboratory given by Jackson Burgess as
I the new process. educational ways. Carolyn Cooksey son of the famous Inventor. completely in 2 or 3 weeks.
The'start was made has started piano with Mr. Grant.
yesterday! on The building of a strong basket- I May be used with standard fungicides
A 34-hour basis, -and it is hoped to '
I ball team with a schedule of 12 Chlordane is available in many commercial .
lave' six stations FRESHMAN NEWS;
i. ; on a I Ii
brands of insecticides A--
I 34 boar basis on the new process I j (Geraldine LaD< i la about a month to produce finished I i The Freshman class had a class i Special Offering wettable powders, dusts and emulsions -
local dealer for them today ,
bagged sugar at all aiL (;i meeting Tuesday morning to decide Ask your '

; I The friendliness and cooperation what we should do as out home- I (Continued from Page 5)I Be sure the label states plainly "contains
Chlordane. There are no
Plans call for three more cottages
I substitutes. ;
i I I i an office building laundry shop f
I and dairy barn to be built before If yes* lash dealer ca*-

Get the Habit of Shopping at operations of the Home are shifted; awl yet swpply T.B rltk -
I taeedicldss
I from Arcadia, where'existing faeilii i I d 1 \ ChUrtfans coaxtaiaa write sis .r rr

I congregation; of the local church ash{ "- ,,1 direst let Ik. name eta

: ties long have been considered in-1'1 disks. wet e&a.

1' < In adequate.
; The cottage plan will be followed \

I throughout at the Lakeland L
Fort HYMAN d
plant, where each unit will be as
} 'eDep- 07 Ieatec. CoUntd
t Dearly Ilk. a private home as to
e 1
!flyers. O atl asn: Please sand me ace ;
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Dept. ; possible to make IL "
latermattoa about maid
I.Stpg.e pest con.
'I In asking for the support of trot with CUordaa as contained U your
: ; Fla. I their members and friends State Irs* bulletin oa:

; Baptist leaders have pointed out I ) Track Crop insects C I Rata 3

i that their assistance is not limited' I-- C I Uvectocfc Paraaa t ) RoacUs g

f\\ ;rto creed but isbased on the Deed : NmimeGay. -.--- ----------....___ 1
I of the individual child. The Lakeland -

Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More I Home expected to be one of!
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__ Stat.. s
1: the finest Institutions for children'in i --

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"u.-- : f suggested t>y leading child welfare e j

I agencies of tbe country: '1t ts

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