Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00221
 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 12, 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: UF00028301:00221

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City Water Is Okayed Another Election !f j

,. For County Committee I Campaign For Uniforms

'-. By S. B. H. EngineerMinor Members TomorrowOnly i For Band To Start Soon I

I I three landowners appearedfor "'

Control ChangesRecommended School Now Has I the election scheduled to have Special School Board r
$700 Is Still
l held last Saturday in the Required
At j Complete New Motion : court room of flee county court Session Acts To Give
I After
house for the election of three Large BoardDonations
Local Plant I,II I Picture Equipment :' rosary committeemen to handle the To Band UniformsIn I

I program of the Production and
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,... 8. W. Wells of Jacksonville state I J: The Board of Public Instruction Marketing Administration in Glades a special session Monday December -
sattay eftgiaeor for the State i;|I aad other organizations have madeit County Because of this lack of a 8. the Board of Public Instruction A campaign will get underway
;' Board of Health I' possible for the school here to quorum the election was postponed shortly to secure the rat of the
} spent toted
yesterday to give $1."*& for
kre making exteaofre taste of rfty have the very latest in maths picture serif this week aad will be held I the purchase of bud instruments (and* necessary for purchasing nni'orms -

water awl reported this .emia* sound equiaatea for visual aid at the same hour tomorrow according -,I and J50Q toward the purchase of.I( for the school: band. The effort -
that the water is bocteriolocwaHy I work in the claosroosss and this to Eugene II Boy lee. compline w uniforms in addition to what- will be under the supervision

sate sad testa aisle tbroafh the oqaic-Beat is already on heed and ance agent for PMIB this area ever amount can be realized from I lof the Finance Committee of the
yean have shown that It always I ready for use Every farmer of the county who the sale of the old uniforms. Ac-: Glades County Band Parent..A.
hat __. The new RCA "400" l -mm participates in this program in the cording to state law. It will be necessary I _ialloR. .
sound motion picture projector was county is urged to be prevent for A total of $1,000 for purchase of
Mr.'ella' visit i to bare three bids submitted ;
ws prompted by 1
adverse criticism give the local j, the biggest item aad was p reaasn':|I 'less this committee is elected the for uniforms with specifications r band supplies including Instruments -
ed by the school board i wbole be abandoned and uniform. has been
plait by tae district saaitary I at a costa I program may as to quality of material workmanship voted
en- JU5 i0 after a trade-in of the I in the county and farmers! cut of) by the Board of County Commisstoaers t
and fit
E A. BerkeowlU of Arcadia ; and time will be of thee
receatly bat it win be rememberedthat I' oft equipment A total of $f*. iI | from any benefit- payments for soil enee. As soon as bids are in and the County Board of
was made available by the board i i conservation prartlees Public Instruction, $1(04 from each.
BerkeowlU also hand the board will meet
gave the promptly -
water -
and the remainder of the amount : -- -- - To bring the band up to the very
close to
bill act them.
a of health from a I on
will be used for rental of films aad lowest level of retirement as a
bactercotogkal The
staadpolat : board faculty
purchase of film strip I contest band, it was necessary to
Wells stated that it would possibly I In addition to his the P.-T. A. [EANDE'{INGS and stadeat body wish to take put 1of this total into instruments
be better to exercise a little r purchased a lantern-elide projector A, j 1 I this opportunity of expressing their I .
j thanks sad appreciation to the fallowing
more rigid control of Carr Settlt I
j i for projecting larger pictures onto According to Mr Harry Grant
and that tests organizations for their wonderful !
be made
daily on waa screen; the Red frost purchased band director, fifty students are
ter to I response to a request for aid I
the PH factor He I la
combination now
I film strip projector ready to play la the contest
recommended that water mains be'foi' Yes we went to Everglades on on oar visual aids program: ;
band each
: using the small film strips for of whom mast be la
flushed more often and that alum :j'still studies and the Tuberculosis ]I Saturday, saw anti beard the preei ,_ Local Red Cross ommltttefor uniform Costumes for 3 majo
content be reduced preIYeDt I j dent fully enjoyed the occasion aDd the combination
slightly to '! Association furnished a beaded j I tnm-atrlp..sUde projector rettet, a national flag and a school
eorrison of mains and water i iplpea. |I screen for better reprodaetion toned that our tears as to traUit'and $80.99. Parent Teacher Association I II banner are also in order for the
He admitted that a perfect: These organizations will be crowd. were unJuetlfied.I I I -for lantern slide projector -I marching band. Information is
E balance wa difficult to obtain since M I i!I muted to use the equipment per-j r Ton'v read all about the program |52.50; Tuberculosis Association hand gives the approximate cost of

the alum is used for settling out the! I showing such films as are wished the President's talk and all j -for beaded screen. 143.00. : outfitting the entire band as ;>
color from the water taken rn for I(I I during Christmas seal ('a the rest so I won't bore rOil with These pieces of equipment ba e been i0-0, of which 2000 is now trail

treatment. !j I Red Cross campaigns and any of that. Jut a few sidelightsof I purchased and will be pat to Immediate able A minimum of 8 weeks is required -
a more or less local ancle .
"Your caorinator is working per- i ifedly. i work mpatlfU.I I useRamie for filling an order after It
." Wells said, "and that U W e left at six: o'clock In the I Is In the hands of the supplier, hence

most important. I'd rather drink j Peeples Is Chairman morning to try and avoid tbe. Set Back the remainder of the necessary
water that I could taste the I fie jam we had been told traf-I I I funds must be secured at once if
chlorine in than that which does not Of Supervisors Of in store all day. All we saw as we II But Not Killed this community and school are to
taste of chlorine. There la absolutely . I went south from LaBelle to the be represented at the State Steele
no"detrlmeDtaleffeet- to Conservation District Trail were a couple of cows, a few Out By Storms Festival la the spring '

the human system from water that I pond scogglns and passed possiblya The pride of the community in

fa slightly over chlorinated! I William H. Peeples was elected half dozen cars The radio and Orson H. Bond, agricultural sn the accomplishment of the band at

New testing equipment was chairman of the board of supervisors papers did a good job of scaring perlntendent for Sea Island Mills, the Festival last year can easily be \--
ommended by the engineer and of the newljr yfaUd Glades folks off for the crowd was only, a in their development .t camie h.restated ; recalled. The- ratfeig U -"received {* !
,. water and llsnlsup TiatMident fee-I', County Soil Conservation,, District ;quarter as large as anticipated., < thli--morning:'fiat while the was In spite of 'the' fact that'rules

.- E. lundy: was Instnt'ted'to at an organization meeting held So we arrived in Everglades almost hurricane and the subsequent floods required an automatic lowering fa
this equipment. He said that the 1 last week before the natives were up and j did considerable damage to the1 I]I because of poor -instrumentation -
plan of operation under the GladesElectric David G Click will serve as vie e- the only traffic problem at right I ramie plantings here that this development and uniforming Henceforth -
Cooperative after moving t o I i chairman of the group and A. G. thirty was treated by the Dumber i probably escaped: more it is determined that our
( the new plant would pose quite a lIutfhln on. county agricultural of highway patrol cars The firstone I luckily than any of the ramie plantings young people shall not go into the
problem but he could see no reason i i agent will serve as secretary-treasnr-1 of these we recognized was l' around the lake with the possible contest handicapped from the beginning -
why It could not be worked out rr although not a member of the Ward Brinson who was directing: exception o( Newport Industries through any lack of sap-
I In some manner board i, traffic In the middle of town Chick : at Bryant which saved most I port from the community The sam

la lice with recommendations I I Mr Hutchinson says that the tit Hall Eli tit;irks 'glades salesmanout II I of its 800 acres required may seem a large figure,
of Fort Myers. was selling cigars The but when U Is remembered
made reftatJBHh..It&. the I tract is now fully operative and I plant will not wet feet I that the
city bee already hd the plantcleaned i another meeting is understood to in one of the community and when the flood waters came it initial cost will not be repeated mad
and pfttetiag ia ua4rwsyt !: have been held this week for tbe drug store The kids drug usdown was feared that the roots would rot that the uniforms will bemused over
this timeHanger purpose of dtoeasste ways and then to see the monkeys playIn before tbe water could be lowered !!la long period,-thus pro-rated. the
a cage down the street and we I cost is small
Considerable loss was sustained but j
I mesas of collecting information fora I I
Razed I work plan which must be submitted all beeeate so tatereeted in their enough roots were saved to pride oAnother fact to be considered U
Being i to the V. S. Soil Conserva- antics that it was debatable whether T plantings for a considerableacreage that approximately if% of the stadeata -
or not to go on oat to see the next Tear Ia the grade t* which It is
At Riddle Field i lion Service in Washington for
i: President Some the I I offered are taking Instrumental
After this is approves! 1 I of ramie stalks are now ainsfe. -
By Contractors technical workers win fee Arriving at the ceremonial I being harvested and shipped'north In ao other way can us many
;j .
t i *roa.d* we weal over' to view see Ito for processing stedest be benefttfed by an expenditure
I seat here to aid in_ the pro..... r
phonograph the speaker's stand I I 101 r. Bored feels quKe confides for any one subject sad
One of the big hangers at Riddle, j jr i Such equipment as may be nuessary I I, I doabtfe
I stoat a lot of time, watching that when some water control peed aa tae mails department
will be obtained
I 'e'd! is being razed by the White 'f|I channels through Mate tae prepamiOM betas made b>:v !!j' cautions are taken that the ramie I become more completely organized,
Construction Compan of !'t. Pet aowareei cameramen electricians [' development will go forward nnim- tI e percentage win be larger la the
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1 ersborg. BM.oers of the crew residing ; etc. as they got ready for this big peeled by floods or hurrieanea tetnr*.
t ia Moere Haven during tbe progress I i Okeelanta Sugar eveat Oar oideat daughter got; an I I At present the local contest band
: f: of the work i: Mmrdiate thrill when a Miami outnumbers those of etherDearlty
Mill Public Hearing .
i Begun
t It is understood that the banger Operating Jews photographer borrowed herj I: schools four or five times as largeas
t Is to be shipped and reerected at I''Last' Monday for a prop to make a picture of the; 11 I IOn Sugar Quotas I the local school That Ugh Interest l
t- the University of Florida IB Gaines stead and the PreMeatal seal The | 4a such cultural subject must :
I 1 I
;i, I'II I I paper dMB't use the picture (they Next Tuesday I I oe .. *ortedT !
villeOscar LaBllerd, employed by the I Cane grind is* operations started II MMe aaadreds) bat she got the I be considered, too. Is the fact :

company: suffered braises and a I!! last Monday. Deeeatber 8. at tao I thrill aayway. The U. S. Department of Agrien I that this band is the community's 1
epralaad sash iMt week when be new Sugar Mill aa4 Refiaery of tae Since we were on hand early we I tan? last week anhoaaeod that only means of organized contact 1;

tell from tae parachute: tower at Okeelanta Sugar Cooperative The I had our choice of seats and oebaied I II i, a public hearing would be held on I with other communities and that it '-
the hanger during the raring of taehui'din pUnt is located south of Here about I whether to hold onto them or togo I December? 1 i beginning at 1:2, a. goes out representingMoore Haven ;
*. A ladder is said to bare < miles. oa highway 15TaU I.r eat. Hanger woa the arganeBt I I m In the A it9rtlun. South Bufldng. and Glades O IIDtr: Community ;
, b 1 okeU ,I first crop is estimated\ to and I'm glad It did for the food wasII Department of Agriculture InWashington pride should dictate an Immediate f
\ 1 1 i i yield approximately etsjateea ID I swell and
j } Returning quickly after be- : D. C. generous response to its needs :
Keen I;lion pounds of standard refinesugar d I j .ng fed we got our seats backad The hearing is In connection with The band Is a community responsibility :
Named Master _
r j sad eight baadred thaw : without any trouble and sat down determiaatioa of 114g sager consumption I .
Of Masonic Lodge I,p; oal of Black Strap MolassesJ. ," i to wait tbe long spell aatil tbe beat requirements for contra When you are contacted by a solicitor I'
1 ... a Garcia-Moadea. its Vice-Pr ginning of the program at two o'- "t at Tnited States and tile establishment ..1 i you will be shown a sketch
For Ensuing Year j i dent and General Maaager Mid today clock Dvriag the wait I ensue.t er- of marketing quotas as 1 of the uniform to be secured, and -

t ed a boy who ad gone to school authorized by the Sugar Act of I given a descriptions If desired
The sugar will shortly be plaeelll here back IB 1!22 and wile someof I {Its which replaces the Sugar Act : Please make your response aa
l )lei," C. Keen was elected i'oa the market aader the ..tradei i, you remember Bob Benson He's of 1>37. .quickly and generously as possible. .,
j \\orsWpfnl Master Of Moore Haven ?,1' naste of "Florfcaae Crystals selling real estate down in Naples The department will also resetS ve A list of those contributing wilt be
lodge 'No. it at the regular lodge The plant of the Okeelaata Sugar: I Had also encountered )I. written briefs on the matter to be printed ia the local paper upon j .
i rneetrag last night to serve during : i Cooperative ia new tile large sugar Hayes. Glades County's first school discussed and also on determinationof completion of the drive.-Contribute ,

i 194*. !H refinery la FVorid Der Nop- superintendent who Is now with! the local consumption and establishment ed.
i J. K. Rogers was elected senior Cent ot the leads, cane planting !State' Board of Education. and who of quotas for Hawaii and
warden and R. E. Waldroa wee .* ( J aad erection of the factory started l is already starting to campaign for Puerto Rico and the determinationand A. C. Dowd Buys 1
:' : 'led junior warden I. E. Scott I 'early in It 4S This .400..0 I Colin aglifi for Governor al- reallotment of the amount ot -- :

I was re-elected treasurer and W. L. t' project is a valuable addition to the I I though Colin has not aa yet f&rmally+ sugar by which any domestic area: Byrd Electrical '
Bellamy secretary. Industrial growth of Florida and a f announced the Republic of the Philippines or '
The Fellowcraft degree was co: 'definite asset to the surrounding :! The politicians might have been Cuba will be unable to market Its Store And Stock
% erred on R. D. Yoder of Moore communities .1 present but all we saw were F Bi- quota In 1948.
Haven and Claude Glddena of Clew-1 i; Formal inauguration of the plant I i h minatiag Fuller Warren and Walter Briefs must be submitted to the i Allen C. Dowel became the new -
istoa. i j will be held soon after the Christelmaa j Rose, candidates for Governor. I'm Sugar Branch of the Production and owner of the Byrd Electrical Shop

i iMr holidays told that Dan McCarthy and till Marketing Administration In quadruplicate .here this week and expects to reopen *.
Shands were also candIdates
present -
and Mrs. R. A. WHBamswere and most be postmarkedBO the store for basinets tomor
Mrs George Sturgis has returnmad for the same office. All of later than December 11.
in Tampa on business from visit with t row.The
relatives in the state cabinet members were oa > -
business was purchased
i day. Miami sad High Point the platform except Tom WatlOlL4Tem Wallace Stevens first editor I E. C. Byrd who left Jthte week for i
-1, might have bees there bat the Democrat of Hollywood was i a Beaumont, Teas where he Das,
Mr. and Mrs, Russell Kay 4>f. W. C. Blair Is lea< -i Tampa visited friends :here VWlyaa4T ) Memphis Tenn, where he has ar.1 i talked to. 'Anyway the Evergladesict here will regret to leant ,. I family expects -to makejttelr horn

m'rntng; Jliss Betty D wd cepted a position with a . atr Park Isat one of Watson's o !that Mr. and Mrs Stereos oldest liJI the*.future.: :'' 'iat wed )era
4 acooatpanied them home for a visit me firm His family wti: remain
with Miss Peggy Kay. t hItr. Continued oa Page c. a year's illnessn I ago. .


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A butcher was in the habit oft Scientist Puts Blame on Allergy
: sending his son with a small car

to deliver orders. The lad was a A Northwestern university scientist sume that the child is a "naug! tT

careless driver, and one day be i finds that an allergy often is brat' and to inflict various types
knocked down an old lady.A responsible for spells of listless- of punishment to induce him to
lawsuit followed, and the "*
ness, bursts of temper and incor- 'snap out of it-
butcher had to pay damages. rigibility in children.In Dr. Randolph told medics via
Shortly after this the son was the a report to the medical profession the Journal of Pediatrics that allergic -

cause of another accident, whichbad Dr. Theron G. Randolph disease has not had the recognition
similar unfortunate result.A .
a points out that sensitivity to foods i or emphasis it deserves
few days after the second case -particularly to corn, wheat milk 1 Restlessness, drowsiness, sullenness -

had been settled, he was thinkingover Make Extra Gifts and eggs-could be responsible for depression irritability fretfulness -
his hard fate when CHAMBERS'
the sudden change in a previously and Jitteriness sometimes
rushed in with the information that By Baking GoodiesIn healthy, well-adjusted youngster. can be traced to allergic conditions
Browned Short Ribs of Beef
the butcher's wife had been run
efforts to them
"All allergic children are commonly when explain by
over by the careless driver of a Home Kitchens Glazed Carrots
misunderstood by their par- other means have failed, be said.
.' motorcar, ;and was in a hospital Browned Potatoes ents and.teachers," Dr. Randolphsaid. These youngsters are commonly
Cauliflower Au Gratin
:; "Thank goodness, exclaimed
restless either
sleepers, crying or
the butcher luck's Tossed Salad Wheat Bread
"my changedat '- ..;: Baked Pears BeverageIce "A common reaction is to as- tossing in their sleep.
lastl"Relief rEf 't"' .
.::; Box Cookies f

i Recipe given..

At LastForYourCough Many Bible VariationsDuring FATZR $ DOTW

milk. Add flour j

sifted with salt o
the 1,400 years in which s
and baking pow- !
Q the New Testament was copied by
der Fold in nuts
r i8 and dates. Pour hand so many changes were made ] :

Creontnldon reHeves promptly the into a shallow, t" by the copyists in order, for instance te Ate ,
cause it goes right to the seat of greased and to soften harsh sayingsand

ermladen phlegm, and aid and nature expel bake 20 pan minutesat t to strengthen indecisive state-

gg to soothe and heal raw, tender, to- 350 degrees.Cut ments that there are at least 150- Planning for the Future?
Camed bronchial mucous mem- into narrow 000 variations in the existing man
branes.Tell your druggist to KQ you slices while still warm and roll in uscripts of this part of the Bible Buy U. S. Sayings Bond!
s bottle of Creomulstoo with the understanding -
you must like the way It powdered sugar. II
quickly allays the cough or you are Cookies make a wonderful holiday Ice Box: Cookies. I
to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
gift! Wrapped as glamorous-
1 cup brown sugar
ly as these, they'll solve many a 4 cup butter I

far Can As.Chest Colds.Bronchitis last-minute gift dilemma. Set a 1 egg, unbeaten N,
box under the tree as an extra 14 cups flour 11
gift, or take a box: c? them to H teaspoon cream of tartar VLUi

a :Jour neighbor.These H teaspoon soda
H cup pecans, cut fine I
are extra-wonderful days in
; :;;.,. proved thousands upon the kitchen, for there's a hustle and \i teaspoon vanilla
j J Jtaviondb 01 tunes I bustle of activity, warmth and Cream sugar and butter well to
::; "' gether. Add the egg. flour, cream of
%rALL.VEGETABLELAXATIVE cheer, mysterious smells of something tartar and soda. Mix well and fold
good and the swish of and
in nuts and vanilla. Make into rolls -11
beery wrapping and ribbons.
paper about 2 inches in diameter and
Yes, we're for
getting ready
wrap each in waxed paper. Let standin
Christmas. But it's not just the holiday
refrigerator for 24 hours. Then
ass NK (Natures Remedy) Tablets. : feast we're t unwrap rolls and slice about % inch FROM
there for, ,
arc chemicals. minerals, preparing Ft
thick. Bake on an ungreased cookie
phenol denntnct. NK Tablet an since kitchens
different*a different. fntj wjr.Ur be /fJ.also .. sheet in a moderate oven (350 degrees
<* -t ewnbinaooo of 10 vegetable may put (,!). ) for about 8 minutes or until
to work to make '
intrediefit formulated
ova 50 yean golden brown.
(go, Uocoattd 01 candy coated, their those wonderful
action u dependable, thorough, yet home-made pres- Fudge Squares.
senile, at million of N&', hireproved. ents every home- (Makes 36)
I Get a nt box. Use u directed.OBWOTW maker appreciates 2 squares unsweetened chocolate BATTERY OPERATED FARM RADIO
H butter substitute
so much. cup or
Fi4LiN2TO Of particular interest are cookies }. cap light corn syrup

and candies. You'll want to make H cup sugar
N16NT' :"' some of your own for the holidays, U teaspoon salt

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batch and give some to neighbors 2 cups quick oats uncooked
1iI1tr101 AGO
and'friends?. There' no better wayof i cap chopped nutmeats
expressing warmth and cheer Melt chocolate and butter in top
than something made by deft hands of double boiler. Add remaining ingredients -

FIRST CHOICE OF MILLIONS and a heart-load of good wishes. blending thoroughly
Here's a taste-tempting cookie Pack firmly into an 8-inch square 11t
t ; St.Joseph ASPIRIN you'll want to include in your cookie pan. Sprinkle a few chopped nuts on
collection top if desired. Bake in a hot oven
Henrecies. (425[ degrees) for 12 minutes. When
j (Makes 2Vi dozen 2-inch cookies) cool turn out of pan and cut in

1 li cap butter or substitute squares. Store in refrigerator if M 1I11 tiJN 11

i H cop brown sugar warm. ur
ur&Bps you 2 egg yolks &iir .

i 1 teaspoon vanilla ii

1 shake off 1 COLDS 1 1 2 1 teaspoon cups cake baking flour powder .,
fi 1 cup ground nut meats Model jj
H cup whole bran

I Blend butter and sugar; add beaten t4
1 sry thousands s ; egg yolks and flavoring. Sift flour, Pocked with. Features

about food baking powder; Chrtf Mtstaadtif.f-&taKi rtciptiM
add nut meats.
,. I tasting SCOTTS Combine with UofJrft, Uw ""'ry drels ....s .

; .. I EMULSION C. first mixture. Eesyaoreede be ,tiM sIWrule .MII r ,

: Chill. Form dough Alike rfrmic speaker fr superb tmqsslllr
If(..............at_ I into egg-shaped
i t catch tbrm oftn.Barb QO a Silli-$.Mlh .....aiy
., . G balls. Roll in q
I "o *> t -ak .t.nI A&D a iIIsW cubhit
VlUmU foocL Tkra tart Ukinf no- whole bran which
taunt Scott'a Emulated &. k.wrt.apw I ,
has been crushed
} ;J H Wip bmk .. a faU .mtMv
.:! knild yo gp to f..dMI slightly. Place'on NewTuite AvtematicReisPkenegro
t..r.wt.lf.e.t.I Sion'a I. Of Yuletide sweets, there are
iii HIGH ENERGY FOOD greased baking sheet. Bake in a
,11 TOMC-rfcb in Mbmt A&O moderately hot (tOO degree) oven none tastier than home-made k
s 'ri Vitll8 M....... udwi.e for 10 minutes Note: Whole bran candies. With Just a few Ingredients ,
atvral oO. Eemeakal. Bit
It 1 IINIQ .a rat dr.e.t.t.r may be added to the cookie dough and tested recipes yea can
instead of rolling cookies in whole concoct some delectable treats
\ MOH thai Jwrt s toaki bran. and gift-wrap them for Christmas Graded Jmfnrtmeitn v t

i irspowefMraurishsefdIi f fSCOTTS Chocolate Drops. presents. dace shoes At fmmtiomf name
i (Makes 2>i dOS 2-lnch cookies)
Brazil Nut Fatties.H hhdpi..grepb
; M cap butter or substitute
j EMULSION I cap syrup
34 Clip brown sugar 4 cup sugar It brings a new '-
: ; 1 egg beaten H cup water thrill to your rec.ardlieteningp1ear

f I If 1'i squares chocolate H pound brazil nut meats
3 tablespoons water lire. Banish
f Combine ingredients. Cook to 290
li cup sour milk needle scratch.
j ; 1 cup whole bran degrees or the crack stage. Pour "talk-back" or
i Il
l ACIDPRDOFTRAP' 1 cup flour carefully over brazil nuts arrangedover other disturbing

1 teaspoon baking powder a marble slab. Loosen patties noisea, Plays records ,r
14 teaspoon soda before they become too hard to prevent like magic.

t U teaspoon salt r them from cracking. Hear it today

li cup chopped not meats Maple Creams.

j1 Cream butter and sugar, add egg. 1 cup maple sugar Ad
melted chocolate and water. Beat 1 cup light brown sugar f

wen, then add sour milk and whole ;i cup water oflt1
bran. Sift flour with baking powder. 4 teaspoon almond extract % 4tr

coda and salt and add to first mix- H pound nut meats

ture with the nut meats. Drop from Cook the sugars and water to 240

teaspoon onto a greased baking degrees or the son ball stage. Add
sheet Bake in a moderate (37S degree the almond extract and cool to luke- %69y't1
) oven for 13 minutes. warm. Then beat until creamy.

Date Favorites. Knead until smooth form into small
balls and place a nut meat into each
I. C's.cdnef gtue d pi c aee.i '4 cup butter or substitute bail "51 AtUacftkalr dsH retards h JVa M .

I tor Tabs !rep b to exchuto V 14 cups sugar Staffed ManhmaQows. .tit New Imfrtni dag*ploys n Ie -
i Star QmaGry* Oil Fillet feature. 14 teaspoon soda 1 box marshmallows
altar X tablespoons water 12 recede 6-hM Admiral,rfKJW AC .
Gal ref and tat ponstiaa -
H pound Bats (whole
of the ..aatrea 1 cap buttermilk meats) SBtrWt rate JUfeMik Mss avpnsoHwi
Lay marshmallows
>a O.e .t i 11> X caps leer table and with a sharp knife out make on a hr tAt bdaaca Stnaisfotett -

lea 0 1 teaspoon salt ; a gash into the center of each. Pusha t wtt fry geld pg*.
1 teaspoon baking powder
Ac teatates frk nut meat
. (English walnut pecan
1 nuts chopped
t _d eagiu cup hickory or peanut) into this
1 cap dates, chopped and press marshmallow closed with See Your Friendly Admiral

;,; ; Cream Powdered butter sugar and sugar. Mix soda fingers.chocolate They if desired.maybe dipped in I I Dealer! Today for Demonstrate

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It's aU very well to stand WWW&tn.
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Don't take life seriously. .
You'll never ret out of it alive I The Questions 1'i 6. What was John Bunyan's profession -

anyway.All 1. What is the agony column in ? .I
I 7. bow
. Approximately many
an English newspaper
this talk about rain making
there in the
golf courses are
2. How did Webster .
Daniel receive -
when for years we're hada United States?
sore-fixe method-window the injuries from which he
washing. died? The Answer

3. The Mayan civilization dates I 1. The personal advertisements.
Said the tinsmith while put- back to what year? 2. He was thrown. front his car f
ting downspouts on his own 4. What Americans negotiatedand riage.
dwelling: "This is on the with Great ,.
signed the treaty 3. 4.000 B. C.
c' honse.
t Britain after the Revolutionarywar 4. Hartley Adams Franklin and

The housewife is saying ? Jay.

. she'd like more sugar and 5. How many houses could have 5. Over 200,000 -room houses. 4
f less honeyed words. been built from the timber destroyed .. 6. He was a tinker. ;
iR\\ ) by forest fires last year? 7. 5,209 courses 9 1


;i' CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT 11 Animal FriendshipAmong ; ro COOL BURNS

the strangest cases of I SCALDS CHAFING I

animal friendship known is that Quickly apply soothing and
existing in the London zoo between I toning GRAYS OINTMENT with
its wholesome and
antiseptics nature .
West African chameleonand
BUSINESS & INVEST.UAUIES OM-O&. a aiding medication.Nothing else)
aii.t;;; : a green-tree viper both ofv.hich' I like It-nothing so corn:orting-or
dollar Eton guaranteed about foot Most pleasant for externally caused skis
ver [oamenet for three pair. N loo ebv, are a long.
sheet and :.. I troubles. 350. Get a package today. \
town pure pillow or of the time the snake is curled up
curtain Write EI DO.V for! Cosmetic PRODl CTa.*and M71 premiumpamoMet CasA camel limo f is tiaclly 5:30 A. M." on the back of the chameleon. I BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS.thats v
.... ... S.".. Alia.&&. Ca.

torn Write for Mao and free ."ml>!..deal.Liberal I
profits all "..r. OXFORD LABOUATOKIKS. -
_. New Oilari. Pa.k CHEST CO D?
j a job
IIELP WA..TED-31E., WOMEN- I for Z wiz and 71f4ny'the MENTHOUTUM TWINS
In make Sl.OUO.OO TRAINING If you Ilk* worktnc NEEDED with I
{ figures. You can make this much or more hi I
3 months pare time. tl I
I i Writ Without Obligation to: = i
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i HELP TOI'B horse and mules keep Into 1 y e .Olld
i rondiuon. Stimulate Ulf tnc appetites t-ttl I "> r
Dr. i .Gesr'.5tocb powder in their feed.
J The best stock tonic money cu but SatfctUcUon I
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OFFERING fine watches very cheap for
r.lMe nmon friends. Writ. for list. JOB!*
!.UOD1CKA.*_East Iilk. New_lark. N.Y.POULTRY S Q 44i; MENTKOLATUM minty Menthol the two famous !
Mentholatnm ingredients. .r.
fc gentle to a child'delicate normal
CHICKS EQCIP. Mother when coughing spasms
skin-but they work fast to help
HELP TOUR BEKS! be profitable layer wrack your child's body aixf leave loosen ,
Stimulate poor appetites with Dr. LeGe.,', his chest muscles so sore it hurts congestion, ease soreness
P.ultryPreicripuoninautheir feed. Used and lessen coughing.
to breatbe-quictl call
succesaiul poulirymca
The best poultry tome aaoney ca -.-,. "Comfyand "Minty" to the usi taints IUD-C0H JurniKj,
rescue.Comforting Camphor and lUlL inmmci MI citrmi

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FR1D\V DECKMBUl 12, 1947

GLADES COUNTY proceedings were a trifle boresome passed. If the road had been wilt swampy muck; lands with nonchalant supposed to straighten, and the distance a

I until a young fellow sat down next ion the same level as the bridges on I unconcern for the hundredsof i''I' saved in miles If any would .1

DEMOCRAT I to her and started a conversation. road the bad. boggy places between thousands of dollars which must be negligible as compared to the
He was one of the Secret Service the first bridge and the dike bed benefits derived from leaving the :11
I still be spent to build up a road :
, ....Uahe4 Every Friday By men who had accompanied 'the I due to water running over the i I road alignment as It was. "' .
THE GLADES rai>Ti:>G co. i_ I President to Florida aboard the grade and causing the foundation to even equal to the one that has been Although the old unpaved grade"- :
MOORE HALES FLORIDA Sacred Cow and when it was allover give way would not be there at the I disbanded, not counting the thrown from tbe cove to Harney Pond canal

CARR SETTLE rablUker I think Peggy got the biggest I present time. The fact is however, sum which has already shortsightedness been has worn down many feet Since it r -- ":
I thrill of anyone in the crowd. He that there are approximately away because of the '>
I originally constructed it Is still ;
!>.".rrl.U.. Ratrst eigh-I of engineers and those higher
incidentally was a fine-looking chap. teen inches or more I
lu H..... maO iii' grade built on rock shell and clay foundation =
.e le r ______ $234CnteixS Pat Probet didn't have a reserv- tween all of the bridges until we I I' up who failed to construct: a emergencies instead of mack and is higher y
the dike reminding one of high enough to meet storm
ed seat so when the affair broke get to
up feet than the present sew road grade. : ::
built it two
!I he raced! toward the platform to a miniature roller-coaster-now. but even elevation For this reason, it is the ronceasu :_
secood-clag MarI than the prevailing
matter. i not of the President you are up; now you are down. I I'
1>2T at the PoatofOce at )Moor get i a picture- at either end of the contracted of opinion that the State Road Department }:-
Haven, Florida. hDrl'the Act of but of the cute little Alaskan Itr The road from the dike to Compton's would save money eves ,:.. '
I t Lakeport to .
Cccffreai of ten-mile stretch from
dan girl who, garbed in traditional store is in good shape and now by abandoning the new grade .
consequently -
__,__ 1 Indian costume, sang "The Star- appears to be level, but there we I Indian Prairie Canal water and three between these points altoget ler and :
still under
MeanderingsContinued Spangled Banner at the conclusionof come to the end of the traH so far months after is the hurricane The using the old grade Then. too It,. 'f-.
I Mr. Trmean's talk as being able to travel with ease is
few curves which the new road is (Continued on Page 8)
Very impressive was the invocation concerned It might be possible for I I
froia Page 1) i given by DeaconaeM Bedella a Jeep to continue on up the beachif
preparing another suit.) : sincere and beautifal prayer. given the owner d eaa't mind what ,'J

We listened to several short in ringing tone that matched Those happen to It. This being the case I
talk, introduction of the one OB : of the best orators on the platform. if you gentlemen will take it easyand i Get the Habit of Shopping at {

the ......'. platform, bombers by I Our own patrolman, Johnny Collier hang oa to your vRrolic epithets i' .iIi: ,
taw Fort Myers school hand etc., had the spot of prominence at we shall continue from Conn-'
and finally saw someone pointing i the corner of the speaker plat- tons store on up the beach by tractor ,

vp the road and we stood .p to see form and it may be that Johnnywas over the old grade which is I ii-i-i-yA In. .
... PreaMent Tram_'. car approach- ': chosen for being the most completely submerged in water The : .:..
lag After he had taken his place i photogenic of the highway patrol far as the cove! .I I Fort :

oo the platform there was a few !,group As we breeze along at three or I "Family I ((1 -, i'.

ratantea pause while the radio anMMtaeer r We were back home by dark a four mile an hour in low gear, you I -
e made his preliminary remarks 'I little tired but glad that we had will please notice that as we ram I Dept. M yen. ;;

and the photographers had i not missed the opening of what I to the end of the pavement jut below -
their f.n. Then came the addressee am sure will become the greatest Oraptoa's store where the JWII'Igrade I I Store" Fla. _1 i

by Senators Pepper and Holland of Florida's many toortet attrattlona.Someone's b@ciB"e Jumped off into ;tf
Governor Caldwell a brief I --- about twenty inches of water. which
talk of acceptance by Secretary cwstinuM on up as far as Herbert
f the Interiar Krug of the park I Slip Click's where the new road branches -,? ;

and hie introduction of the Pre t- I Is Showing off to the right. Now, this gentlemen Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More =J
dent of the United States. is the elevation of the new

The Prendent talk was not an I road but do our eyes deceive us* BUT FROM OIK C.\T.\LOG-Onr 10OOOO Items ,
oetstaading one and concerned itself I! (Pansy Reed Click) There in front of Herbert Click's is

simply with coBfiervatioa of our I If Bob Ripley wants an Interesting a fine grade, high and dry. On .
neural resources dodging all sat s I *'Belie\e-it-or-not' item, all he closer examination, we observe that
tonal ..**.. When he spoke of his has to do is to travel state road No It is a stock pile which has been
Little White House in Key West he 78 from \\ites corner to Harney thrown up there and which has ,
drew loud applause but for the Pond Canal Probably no other never been under water at any time I
most part the crowd sat in reaped- I road in Florida offers quite so many since the hurricane Tats is a I
fnl silence listening He lacks a lot strange and inexplicable sights from fine example of what the whole
{. oratorical ability-both Senator I the standpoint of a road engineer road should be like. From here to
Pepper and Senator Holland have U i Let a take an Imaginary trip with the cove, the road tapers in eleva-
all over him for oratory and platform i our county commissioners over this tioli. And here hi something that 1 1I FLAMINfiO
appearance-but his friendly road. faintly excites our curiosity-by running I

manner and his sometimes halting [ Leaving Wise's corner where we a road scraper over the new

delivery makes the average man feel'': tarn onto road 78. then grade is grade, it could have been used all kr ,
that he is one of them and IOmet.epir" ;; high dry, and in excellent shape along since the hurricane as an
how a lot of confidence The grade is high enough here that emergency outlet by the residents!
Me is gaining ground everyday ini I the hurricane did no damage The of Lakeport IF a temporary bridge
his campaign ( re-el<.rtion to u.e. DAIRY FEED '
or high grade continues until we come or catwalk had been erected over
nation and the world highest of-i to the first bridge After passing the cove Why warn t this done*

j this bridge, you will notice that Could it be that it was because it _
flee.Pegy Ie went down with vs i iUd the road bed is lower than the world be necessary to raise the.
Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
u /t yi f?% *J*re the whole j grade over which we have jut bridge cap for the new bridge about I
\_ I -- ,-- --- two feet lit order to keep a catwalk I

-- _. ,., ) from floating away We wonder I Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR
As we approach the cove you will
detect a decidedly fishy aroma, and SUIMN! TillS AREA AT DFHYIU!,VllNCJ I'KAVT IX "
Ifom where I sit... Joe Marsh It is not because of and.-ad fish MOORK H\VK\ t',
: lying around either This p-ut cular :s;
smell seems -to be wafttd rom the :' WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) t

P "Tumble general dtrwttfoa of Tallahassee MOORE IIU EV, FLORIDA .jf
lien the new state road crosses the <'
oW grade awl meanders elf into tbe UI1LLIJ= '
.4} Turrible Turrible !I" se9
fi :;Jijl

W'r-';).-':': -

i net Ryder h back! After twenty says,"how town can get run down

t ynri ta Capital City Ben has retiredtandcoine in twenty years!* ADd then Ben

to enjoy life in the takes his tongue out of his cheek <(

fami It e'ou r Maple Street. and tells ns how proud he la of the

Fi it thing Ben does la write cs orderly law-abiding atmosphere he

- complimlntrJhow Our Town has finds here. '. I J

charged"Why, there's no mud in And from where I sit, you can

the streets to sink up to your point to that growing preference J
t ankles in! he says "No pistol foramoderatewholesomeglaasoffeuding ,1

: in the town square! No beer as one reason folks in Our o sYto
moonshine liquor or Saturday Town art so temperate and neighborly
-. night brawls! Nothing: to do but and well-behaved. ,

settle for a temperate glass of beer

a in a law-abiding tavern I* C1.
i t Turribleturribletnrrible"Beai! 0" '' -Au(

'1 Elgin 1)e Luxe / .

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watchmaking innovation ccntnms! Cao' Expansion band $42.50
rust, retains resiliency ends 99" of costly
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,\}". DECEMBER 12, JVU t

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GOD 0 0 ; ceo H I G D** I + 3
end in Tampa on business. Win. 1{MRS ARTHUR STEWART Holy Communion first and third
; 'I W. D. Barren his mother, returned .i HONORED WITH SHOWERs Sundays each month.
home with him after spending:f -
Il'I:I several months there *hh her'I Arthur Stewart was honored FIRST METHODIST CHURCH; ,
daughter Mrs Mike
-'I''I'Y' Guerra.
: i with a stork shower Wednesday Rrr. W. S. Bozrnaaa r>stoc.Charch .-
i} night at the home of Mrs. P. E.
j Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
f Ange anIons d Lundy, the shower being held fol-
: Fisher and ration School 1* H a, -
and Misa' the : SL.
'j}lowing regular meeting of the
'''''' -''-'- ''-' iP' I g 0 GOO 0 0 a 0 a I D Ut+O I Wanda Howdeshell were in West I j VFW auBlarr.I Morning Worship 1;d5 a. nit.
Charles Hoexsaaa .f Terre Haute, F. D. Tutu I Palm Peat Sanday to skit Miss, 1 The Methodist Church extends b
and P. E. | Bay bingo played r
after the
to*., was a visitor here Taosday.A. were Vusinesa I Tracy Aage who tai a stndfot nurse I welcome to you. The Chnrclk
1"iatt W.-.a'a at Good Saaarttan Hospital School has a class for every ago
I 1 were awarded to Mrs. Quentin BaseO -
J. Shepkerft bus take a po- Tee are invited to worship with us
and Mrs. J. L. Hcrndoa. TIle
ttoa in West Pads Btacfc.W. I I Mr. aad Mrs. J. R. B *: Mr. :-ad" Mn. H. C. Brows and I honoree received many beaatifal la the regular eharch worship boar.
''teadod' the >Erargia4ea Park daagfcler, Reba, aa< Mr. and }In. ;sad useful baby gifts.
F. Mailer was to Went pay eatiIIt m Everia ee city 8at E. C. Byrd and daughter Carol leftTuesday Refreshments FOR SALE-NJae apartments and.tare. .
Beach MI basiaeaa W eaeaday: I osontag. Mr. Byrd is go- I: of chicken salad I t
I- 'saltiaee lea Ceatral Avenue,
aid coffee were MII'1'eIAUIoe ay on
tmg to BeauMoat,
Taxas. take
I J. E. J'rienoa oat V. E. poaiUoB to a hostess, Mrs. Laady sad }In.B. Clewtetoa. |?,MI. Half dews hat
Mr. and In. Qss > were la Ercretetea ........ and Mn. Byrd and Carol I
s -.0 M. DsaW, to Mn. V. B. Womack lace easy tenas. Albert H. Lefta rK
" -} -. were in tingles_am iasl.aw Mos lay.i 1M ........ Park d will roaaia. situ with the bee end sister of the inTaakeetowa Mrs. M. A. Saauaers, Mrs. I RC 1, Box l&O-B. CtewMoB.XOTICK IIIh j '1

':---'r" I .... year. Mr. sad Mrs. Brown : Harndoa. Mrs. BasseO Mn. Ted
Mr. sad Mr* 9teiey Wayau Mn. C. C. Klatta aM Mrs. Cartel Mrs. Felix UsselL: Mrs RJO.
. were Tiritors ia Mauai : W..... aceosapaaied tkeai to Waycrosa Ga.. To ri'RUC hart the
Monday te Stewart, Mrs.
were Fart Heary Raad U. .'
their former kone. Mr. Brows boa kid of >..*... cask for EnestPortokoeat
-- --- TMaar.Mn. I' Mn. Joe Tan De Yetde, Mrs. C.
.f i beets the SEA iasgoctor here S. house and eoatoata located ...
Mr. and Mn. O. X. .1 Preasley. Mrs. Clareaee Smirk, Mn.
Mfeelle ..
riaiti Mr. Byrd been .. .
e a ed in a I Citrms Center. Aayoae wishing -
r ..d relatives ia Arcadatf *day. :: Daa Gritfttk, Dares aril ; private electrical ......... 1 Koak WhMita. Mrs., W. L. Aryaataad I to Bake higher bid coatatt W. f
I :. II r a ted raUOrea ia Fan Meade i j Mn. Swart.XEV i I E. Cassidy, exocator. le -
: J'. B. DUka of Tanya IMCf s Tbt-j tile weekcadsMr | Mc\\Tiorter-Snell I I I i
f r I/'', tar here for several dais this rack. .I ARRIVALS I I t
r f-,_ I! : and Mn. A. L. *- I 1---- s'Uo.' tw..\\nu ;

: ...<., '. and Mrs. M. -3. Boras ofCaansrOle I Onarwater are ....... a ..$ i SneU The daughter marriage of of Mn.Mias Louis JIIaqie C-..I 1I I Mr. Wad }tits Roger Woaka aft 1 I WANTED: Man for R.wlelP'I saeos. *- .
were vtrittag oaf Meads; w *ks wttk taefr Aaagater, M of tie pied parents of a baby 4a*..- Permanent if are a.
Lakeyon you
and die late Wil- .
base Taeaday.Falter [B. Tan and Mr. 1".... Iter.... Moaday Bleat at tile I i
I SasH to Chartoc MeWaortar. I kaatler. For prticalars wiHfi Ii
Belle Glade hose of Mr. aid Mrs. J. S. WOlag- Rawleigk-s. Dept. FAK-S* *! ..
was aaaoaaoad this -I 4 i
Warm pteftecK ." Mr. .4 Mn. Prod A. Fl baa The
... + 1 > The ceraaaoay was MId ia bay weighed 8% Menpfais. Tenn. its ,
<*ste for Governor, .wee g J. M. Costa Wad F. M. 1"- and at last reports had not !I
: Ga. cote ai.M Jut
-_. ktsads here OB Taeotay.Mr. I tt.4ed the Efrerilade Park -eft. been named.Mr. I
'.. eaitoa ia Br rgia4 M Sat1l 6J. .
= }, Mn. MtWkerter has VntA in I and Mrs. WWHsa H. Peopite
:': and Mn. R. D. YMst aadBy ..... Coaaty all of kr life and are the pareaU of a wren and a i ;
Brooks wan itaUuis Tta Weal!} Mr. sad >>n.. W. F. Mailer ... I halt pound I Mark R. Tennant
edncated baby girt born
ia the Moore Haven : at... the:
Man Beach Wedaeaiay. ntec today for ..,...., N.
: ; Far tk* past Mt'tnl! yean Fort Pierre hospital Taesaay. Her u.......
wfcere they wfil TMt laroo has s.ea UNdated with her 'MIle has sot yet bee IMIMd.I I I
.1 1k W. B. Irhy left teat w.k far CIaI1IUua bollia,*. i* operating a store at Late- Real Estate Broker '
Mmil'TiUe, >. C. to path Ute!" ; 1 ST. M.RTIN'S EPISCOPALCHCRCH i t} CL.4DES COr.VTT LANDS
Mn. port.Mr.
united i
<- CIIrIIbIIa holltoya.Mn. McWkorter is a TeceUMe I
Nona Carottaa to foist ar cI Rer. .\. Fla
Wad pack tag have operator J. Uni- Rector ClOT CongreM VMg. Miami *
/, H DWty *.* cIIIIIra IHd ter. MiM Lira EBarW. a Belle Glad ant the couple will r
ia the local sehoai.Mrs.
Mts. C. H. Settle were ta west, bush their koaw tkera. Services every Sunday 9:00: a. nn. r
p... Beach Tans lay.Mn. :
J. W. A.kns bas :S1IOUKK VOn ----
I from a visit will one __ U1... U'. C. FAUABKK I :
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: AaOa C. H. Settle. 9ae and Sandra I WnUam He4)ck ta larenwaw Mn. W. C Farabee was honored
tsttte and ('err Settle were ba' her son Milton ia Gainesville. a stork shower Wednesday aft- Read The LatestBOOKS J .
\ Cvvrelades Saturday for the dedication J --- I at the Glades Cafe with .
of Kvrrc'.adc: : Park Arthur Barron spent the '!!. Audrey L. Satta Mrs. Marie ;
i and Mrs. Stella Beebe as

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SCRIPTURE Revelation 1-7; Act Itl5- Errorless plans always include
COMET has what connection with 40: 1 Peter 4:1119: aa, r. plans for errors.
So of cheerfulness or a good
issued what order in re-
HEROD I temper, the more it is spent
gard to children at the time Courageous LoyaltyLesson
the more of it remains*-Emer
baby Christ was born?

"DAPHAEL is famous for what for December 11, 1947 son . v

I ** type of paintings? Vulgarity defiles fee garments .

I OPEN your Bible to Revelation more than does mud. .
BERLIN wrote what famous -
j IRVING read the first seven chap-
Christmas carol?
i ters. Then you will be ready for 1 1

t SCROOGE was the villain and hero Acts 16:16-40 and I Peter 4:12-19 Some Helpful Ideas
5:6 7. TheserScriptures
1 Christmas story? and ,
ai form the For Homemade Rugs

'. TWELFTH Day, or Twelfth-tide, p basis of a study for
I some countries is celebrated x Sunday on Loyalty

L t as what special day Under Persecution. !Th MAKE ..: _

I Christians are not ,
OF CHRIST is the literal ,a
\i MASS promised an easy YOUR OWN
of what word?
i Liy time, but they are

i A DESTE FIDELES has an English / assured sufficient fit,

1 name, what is it? grace for every '
tune of need. This s
SAINT NICHOLAS is the patron i f lesson if carefully

of what country? pondered, will for-

I Dr. Newton tify one's faith and
ANSWERS: send us forth renewed LOOKING for a hobby this

(C-Comet was one of Santa's in courage and Christian ...interVby not take up rug-
i reindeer. i poise for these days of discipleship. making. It's one of the most rewarding -
4 . things you can do and
(H)-Herod ordered aQ children Sro, ?
{! under two years of age killed. How a Song HelpedIIHIJMBLE without costly equipment or mate-
rial! And best of all you don'tneed
: i (R)-Rapael's paintings of Madonnas yourselves therefore to have great artistic talent

; j are outstanding. the mighty hand of Anyone even beginners can

if (I)-White Christmas. God. that he may exalt you in due make a lovely rug at home.

t (SIn Charles Dickens' "A time; casting all your care upon There are many tYPeS to choose from.
i k J Christmas Carol." a him, for he careth for you" I Peter Booked, braided knitted crocheted tuft.
> jr 5CS. 7. That is a splendid watchword cd. worm AU of them can add an individual
T-Twelfth Day in some coun- note to your borne.
i\, tries and by some churches is observed y for every boy and girL I Material. needn't cost! yea anjthinf
Now. tarn to Acts 18:16-30. and more than a qv>ck trip to Ute rae baa.I .
as Christmas. see bow Paul and Silas, locked lathe I Old sackinc. coarse linen, (trip* cut tram
M) It is the literal meaning of discarded clothing blanket and sheets
( inner dungeon at midnight, plus the eats boa cboaM anSend
"Christmas." could pray and sing. That is whit I all ypnSDtor.
(A-The English title for Adeste U. S. SAINT JOINS VATICAN GALLERY . The 21-ton marble happens to the Christian who sin for our booklet Ho.' M which describes -
statue of Mother Frances Xavier Cabrinl hoisted to its niche In the in detail the methods for each
Fideles is "Oh Come All Ye Faithful cerely trusts in God who acts on type of raf. Bow to make a loom your-
gallery of saints of the Roman Catholic church who are honored by the promise that God really cares tell sample pattern and otherwise help*

(S)-St. Nicholas or San Nicho- statues In St. Peter's basilica, largest church in Christendom. Mother for his trusting children. I: fu Braided sticzestfcws.and woven rugs lend a cop

lass, is the patron saint of Russia.'Real Cabrinl, a native of Italy, was a naturalized American citizen and A memory verse suggested for beed.before the fireplace or next .. JTOMT

t died in Chicago 30 years ago. Canonized In July, 194, she is first U. S. Sunday is found in Proverbs 17:2%. perfect. Navato for a flIP child's wlUi room Indian and designs fct JTM are

Santa Claus'Answers saint whose statue has been added to the gallery. and it goes like this: "A cheerful have Early American furniture flowered
heart is a good medicine." booked rugs are partJcuIartj. . suitable.

Final Call Have you watched some Christianin Send 29 cent lot cob for "New IdeasFor
25n 50 7 115
In ti $ FL_100 i'L n. ISO n. 175 ev.iL -
affliction-how he or she could Haa4mad R r t* Weekly News {
Thousands of children will miss paper Service. MJ West nth Street New 4v.ra
this bless every passerby? It was be- 11, N. Y. Print name addraa with
their "real Santa Claus" year. Re 1 xl cause that person possessed the zone, booklet title and No M.
he has 11 11etvc
During the past 12 years '
fR "cheerful heart" And each of us
half million of t.
handled four and a
may have that precious possession,
their letters and packages. He He cannot has ZIR 's if we remember Mark 11:22, "Have GOt A ....-
be with them year.
faith in God.
answered his Master's call. j yi'ij . HlADC01D1
Last April, death claimed OscarL. Braking Distances
Happy Behind Prison Bars
of Santa _
Phillips postmaster
Claus Ind. He was very real to the 9T. on Various Road Surfaces PAUL and Silas are pictured as

: children of America. He answered NO HAWS happy in that dark dungeon. a.

at 20 mph. _, There is a statement to challenge
4Qrt. every cynic, every doubting Thomas. -
CNAIN ONbuawsu Only the grace of God can make
men happy under persecution. Paul A few drops of Ylcks Va-tro-noIlD

declares in Romans 1:16, "I am each nostril work fast riots whets
not ashamed of the GospeL" Aye trouble til Va-tro-nol opens up

he was not ashamed to go to the breaipassages-congested
prison for the sake of the GospeL and relieves sneezy. ,

rea t Best of all Paul and Silas were enlffly head cold, _
nets-"o 1 9n.' sustained in their sorrowful plight distress.Follow di- -,

'. ... by the consciousness that God'' fectionstnpackage.VICKS .
tJ t t' ro was with them-that he always

J STaP ..' -.."" leave r I R. I keeps his word.Courageous YADoNOL2JuJSuJIet

Othpt lye ,, 88 tI s, ek4ia. .

J Rt Loyalty ?

now at Revelation 2:8-11.
INVITATION TO LIVE THIS WINTER . New winter accident facts, LOOK 3:14-22, for the example of h m BUM iciu in Mm w I

based on research by National Safety council, reveal alarming Increase the church at Smyrna burdened by RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO '

quests were complied with. He bad I of skidding and poor visibility crashes during snowy, icy tribulation and poverty but "rich" I

the local American Legion as his ,I weather. Authorities urge equalized brakes, using tire chains, windshield in the promise that a crown of life

helpers.But wipers, defrosters food lights and lower speeds to minimize the awaited them.It -
of America will] :
the Walter' added seasonal hazards inadequate stop-and-g traction on snow or was far more difficult to be a ,
cot be neglected this year 1
Christian ia the first century tain
who lee and in reduced visibility.ii .
friendly man
Van Winkle a
it is in the twentieth century. By
i worked with Santa Phillips has
which I mean that the early
taken over as "acting chief Santa Christians were few in number
g Claus of Santa Claus, Ind." Santa and wlUxnt any backing of public tns.a a ao.... A.=.fi. 5EeeSR 1j 1i j
Van Winkle and his helpers s CUTMt: Itt HI as MltTtl
jii 21 opinion. They were despised as a ui tin nit rum*it ui n,aril*am I
in October
darted work working
the followers of the cruel- .
4 lowly eats Ills tt i jumnnti s nttiM|
i hours a day. day after day. In order led carpenter of Nazareth. Today
i little and girl would
1 that good boys Christians are acknowledged as -
be happy even though their Santa the best cititens in every com- -1'
I of former years <
a more important duty.Silent .
I Even so, there are tests for us- Lh, QUICKER
i test that will be too much for human -

courage and loyalty. If we are rr 0.,.v..c..ga...C.II
i igbt!) 1: true to the teachings of Jesus as .1.1I

they relate to everyday life, we # I
shall need that enduement
i2igbt! which the Christians at Smyrna
1Jolp) -
- I possessed else our discipleship will

shame the name of our Lord. W tthYour
i More than a hundred years ago . .

Father Josef Mohr. pastor of the fit Blood of the Lamb
little Church of Arnsdorf in Austria Kidneys'
returning .home late the nightbefore THE lesson concludes with that
was liejp Then Oe... tbeBloWf
Christmas Eve. He loiteredfor passage in Revelation Qanafal
moment on a hill overlookinghis 7:9-17. in which we behold the Body VactoDOANSPlLLS
Toe t
home a village. great white-robed throng about the ae ....:. :.-.=; !
throe of k+ a n.e.awI.sb ra.w... ..
starlit God. singing, "Blessingand -
beautiful night
It was a Vkr' N s._
impressed with the exQUisite glory and wisdom and thanksgiving n5Iala, : &mar. _
and be was stillness that covered the and honor and Bower and c- ==-." soot ebo ....

below him. His peaceful reflections might be unto our God forever and ..apo.---7..aacrfac.........
scene the silent ever. Amen.- --- ,_ea.--.
brought to mind -
when nsl born in WU were they? The** are =. wloois ':::
holy: night Christy .,
Bethlehem wroteSi they which came out of great trib- .. bI p..1n.q .......mtLf
Night" Impressedwith tattoo and have washed that =-= .....&s.4 Mnil.
Night-Holy ,.
lent -ar iwi
the beauty of the poem. h1a robes and made them while In the ..bntdb..dsten.eswsa
It to blood of the La..." o.anan ,, lb.. Ossk
friend Franz Grube, put riD&. .a>e 4w.... ......
music and on Christmas Eve, while THE LONG ROAD BACK . Admiration and encouragement kelp Loyalty under persecution te dependent M.. a Stlwn M r *-nb
FranZ played Father Mobr sang Robert Laser,t. el S.meniDe.1Ius.* take Ids first steps e.war.Itean- absolutely upoo the life- A tra.tr ar
"Si1e t Nightto his con eCatioa. bag to walk again bs the tafantOe paralysis enter at the children's .. giving Lamb. power of the blood of the

From that night on the beautiful pttal la Boston, the nation's ealy general fcespttal for eb ldrea.With the

strains of --s lent Nigh have filled youngster at the polio center pool Is Cornelia Otis Skinner actress and fC.-n," b ... I.toaOss.r C..orRN1 ..
world atChristmastide. ._ aaaa.... ..qN.,N
air & atiosua chairman the weaea's divWoti of be IMS March ot Done ...
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NEWS ANALYSIS ; _. 1\ 1\.1'9. I

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British Laborites .. ..t'''' ,
Win Strength test; J "

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Government Seeks Coal, Oil Ration; .s. "R) 7f1 i ,

When using a hammer, it should i Try waxing painted surfaces

Hannegan Quits.as Post Office Head i I AGESCRmmtIIO) i iI be held far back in order to produce where finger marks usually ap- *
the greatest striking power | pear. The waxed surfaces can be

B.2ead by WXTJ fcaton. I By L''EZ GERB.utD I and improve the accuracy of the cleaned quickly and easily without

tEDITOR- NOTE: Wk.a. iateas a r. ">r w.4 t. UtM ..!...*, t>.7 .... .._ K PETERS has plenty blow. A short. grip is the wrong damage to paint .
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Ra..ra Nsarspaper I: tw aaaI7- mad Mi MtMurfl .. tutu ......_.. I SUSAN it takes. During the method. 9

TEST I I filming of "The of theRam" I I -- Te prefect blankets from soil
: Female of the
Species II i When enrUins are restored bind the tops with light weight ,
at Columbia she went
Clean Slate I 1 from stretchers, iroa the washable material about 16 inches: Jwide.
II'along with the crowd one evening -
In Great Britain the Labor party I l I to a shooting gallery in II This gives a more finished edCel.1 _5

had been worried over the outcomeof I I Santa Monica. Won three kew, nce. I Be u.refGJuruaat Juice. P
the by-election in the southerntown -t I ;;; *
pie dolls and five boxes of candy A hammer and e.- : It's one of the strongest natural
of Gravesend. I right off the bat. though it was the I find many uses in the kitchen. food acids and will stain many

Richard Acland. a rich baronet I I first time she'd had a gun in her Keep these tools in a drawer along j I surfaces. Very difficult are these

was carrying the Labor party's hand since that hunting accidenttwo I' with the usual kitchen implements. stains to remove too. I
banner against Flank Taylor, an ex- and a half years ago, that left
furnace stoker, the Conservative her permanently crippled. "Lady," I

candidate. A seat in parliament was exclaimed the proprietor, "If you i NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS
not the only thing at stake. The r shoot like that sitting down how do I I
election of major importanceas shoot ?" "Not !f
was you standing up so
a test of strength between the well." replied the gallant Susan with I Table Cloth in Double Design
two parties.It 1 1Ana a smile. "That's why I'm sitting '

was a hard fought battle and 1 ovm.." Hats off to the girl who can required to Can* orderS tor a irv If Bw
next popular patterns.
take bad that
Acland the Laborite, was electedto a handicap wayl Send year order to:
Parliament by a majority of -'to-
1.675 vc.tes-a clear cut defeat for If your town doesn't have one of S*.lM Orel: NeedleersJt rrp
the Conservatives. The British those young people's clubs that Paul SM W. KaBMB St Chirac IS, O.
Enclose 2S cents lot panesNan
people the Labor party announced Whiteman is sponsoring, better
retained their confidence in their write to him about it Paul contributes !i-
his records and recordings. -
:Nevertheless the l,67S-vote-mar-

gin of victory was considerably Packer, Communist firebrand : .. .
smaller than the 7,056-vote Labor outlines Romania's foreign I
One of the most vexing questions
party margin that had been piledup policy daring a speech rite delivered -
facing women shoppers every
at her installation Romania's
in the same district in 1945. as
Christmas is: What shall I get for
foreign minister. It is the
labor was still in the driver's seat I
him! The perfect solution for every -
first time in Romania's
but clearly had lost something of history but
male is quite a problem-
its original strength. However, the that a woman has held that post.
so far this seems a perfect
party had kept its slate clean; it I
choice. If be's a cigarette smoker.
had cot lost a single by-election GENERALS: I a +'s:++sA : : give him a carton of cigarettes.
it first swept into a
since was power. Disability? And if you wisely choose Camels
Perhaps one reason for the Labor I -he'll be twice as grateful-for
I As a result of the sordid disclosures .
continued popularity was that's his brand. All
party's I probably own
Pattern I co 571
that, despite all else, it was doinga by the senate war investigating over America-more people are
good job of distributing equally committee of Maj. Gen. Bennett 1 LACY centers and heavy corners i smoking Camels than ever before!

tit hat food and other goods were E. Meyers' wartime money an intriguing square! And Now if his highness prefers a pipe
dealings while he was an AAF more fascinating joined,
available in Britain. The food ra- procurement -give him Prince Albert Smoking
tions of the poorer people were approximately officer President Truman squares foray striking double design Tobacco-the National Joy Smoke,
has ordered an inquiry cf all army ?
the same as those of Special holiday gift wrappings
the rich, and that fact continuedto and navy officers who were retiredon PAUL 'mITE.u.I ,- Pineapple egaare makes many article make both Camels and Prince Al-
a lot of weight with the tax-free disability pensions and Yoa'il love ttimpl to dol Patten >71 bert particularly desirable choices.
carry I arranges for members to get a record .
then obtained high salaried jobs in
Camels conveniently packedten
mass of voters.POSTMASTER. player at cost I wish to aa BnusuaF large demand and
private industries.Mr. everyone Current condition, sligbtty store tame is packs of flavorful, mild ciga- '
: Truman asked James For- had my hick-discussing the clubs I rettes to a carton . Prince Albert '
with Paul on the air December TRYPOST'WART..cmi..401J\
resta!. secretary of defense, to sub- I \ i is handsomely wrapped in one
Hannegan Out mit a list of all officer disability 10, and having him play some pound moisture-proof containers.

Robert E. Hannegan has eased discharges since V-J day. More favorite records--for.-me. COLDTABLETS Even a card is unnecessary for )

himself out of the public political than 350 generals reportedly are Just before Orson Welles left 666 these gifts-space is provided fora
receiving such pensions, and a number personalized Christmas greet
Hollywood for Rome and "Cagliostro
eye.Little more than a month after he cf admirals also get tax-free in- ," Director Gregory Ratoff- ...,.Meda.J'd.gtiibi.K.eYsM tag Your dealer is featuring holi .

had quit his job as Democratic na- comes, cabled Cat*fast...Ui I t Mt*;w!!I!! 1t. day-wrapped Camels and Prince t
tional chairman because of ill Meyers' disability pension total- Producer Edward Small to .+. ....,...r Albert now!-Adv. 1i 1
have him bring plenty of chewing
health he turned in his resignationas ing $549 a month was halted and gum. "Performs miracles" said the ___ r
postmaster general. heas stripped of his medals as a cable.
"Usually more effective than
bead of result of the revelation that he has _.
To' replace-Hannepan u lira. So Belles took*twelve card
the nation's post office, President I used his air force post for personal board cases of gum. : Sendforyour7JFREE
Truman named 62-year-old Jesse M. i gain. \ -to-

Donaldson, first assistant There was a possibility that the I The Metropolitan Opera Auditions
l' '
postmaster President would ask congress to I: of the Air return on ABC en Jan-
general, who has eliminate the tax-free status of officer nary 4, once more giving young COPY
had 42 years'in the pensions except in cases of I singers a golden opportunity. In the

_L' i- postal service. It actual combat disability.Said past Rise Stevens, Eleanor Steber,

;.::. was the first time Maj. Gen. Harry Vaughan, I Patrite Manse. Retort Merrill : ; booklet!

a president ever White House military aide "I knowof Leonard Warren and 37 ethers have !
had dipped into the one officer who: is receiving tax- won opera contracts through the i
ranks of postal It may MT JOG Iou of money! It tells why
free disability pay and is holding auditions I
"career men" to farm tractors, trucks and can "bora onaDd
job in private industry.If -"--
a $75,000 !
lose It tells 7 M ream original I $ I
in power. way
fill the job
a man is handicapped to such an Maria Master, pausing briefly in "
,lengthen:engine life,save oil,san -i
power gaa
Donaldson the department extent that he gets tax-free _dis. New York after she arrived from
If FREE if swell card
you yon a postal today :
Donaldson is one ability pay, he's not worth $ ,OOO France and before she left for HoHy- Sealed
to Dept W12, Power Cocp..Wukeso-,
o)f the men who came up the hard a year to private industry." rood to make "Queen of Hearts" Michigan
I way. His career with the service be- talked to the press at a cocktail eavwa jr fJIGNDS) 1

gan with his appointment as a city OIL RATION: party. By the way, Turban Bey said
fetter carrier in Shelbyville. HL, in a nice thing about her at luncheonone
I 1908. day recently; he told me that
Hannegan meanwhile, had no intentions When President Truman in his she was more loyal to her friends .
I',: of going into retirement. He celebrated "10 points against infla than anyone else fee knew in Holly

i : has purchased a substantial interest tion" address to congress, asked for wood.
I in the St Louis Cardinals baseball limited authority to Impose ration fIn -

E! club and would go to work as head and price controls on basic commodities Spokane the tan clubs of How

i r. of that organization. it was taken for granted ard Duff ("Sam Spade") and Burt W SHOOTS you FU.IA .

f that they were food commoditiesalone. Lancaster have been squabbling. |
: Burt's fans wore badges saying

,._. Still Higher First indication that this might "Give us a hank from our darling 1
not be a correct interpretation of Lank"; Howard's countered with"Can't r
:;, Farm production goals for 1948.M Mr. Truman's proposal came when get enough of that wonderful
:::: announced by Clinton Anderson the department of interior asked Duff." Now Howard's supporters I

secretary of agriculturecall for a congress for power to fix price controls claim there's a loyalty issue involved '

} continuation of high wartime levels and rationing on coal and oil ; he is a native of Washington j
cf output in recognition of the desperate anti-inflation Lancaster '
as part of the pro state, belongs in Cali-
world need for food and thisr fornia. I
;. nation's own increased domestic ,ram. -A-
Oscar L. Chapman. undersecretary
consumption. of the interior, told the house Gary Cooper is an sewed up with ,
t Anderson's report which will banking and currency committeethat Warner Brw.-has signed a long- I :
serve as a guide for farmers next grave shortages and price advances term cmtract with the t dio, where

t- year, asks for nine mfflkip acres were threatened in the two he made "Sergeant York" and >
1,,:_ more of cultivated and nonculti- basic fuels. "Saratoga frank** The last one he S
ri.'i vated crops than the 547 minion be t made .a the Warner lot was '"CIo k t
was no way of telling,
": acres used to produce this year'snearrecord There whether such controls actually and Dagger," two yean age.A .
said I
total of farm commod-
f' : but be
would have to be imposed,
ities. About fourth of the maD
'" should one- :: received -
< that the government
"- Although aware of the need to insisted I by the ABC "Land of the
authority to do so, just case.
, .:; give overworked land a rest from 'have Lost." comes from adults according
;ci: its heavy production burden cf the It is not probable that congress I to Isabel Manning Hewsoo. who

past seven years be said large do- will give the government power to writes, produces and tells it Yet it's

mastic and foreign requirements control oil and coal but the the current incident : rated as probably the best chiJ.dren's . Rub in Ben-Gay for gently warming soothing,
. dictated decision. serves to reflect series air. relief from cold
;', his I on the speedy discomfort Ben-Gay eontasaoptolVi
:, Total production next year wen point cf vow of the administration rationing -'t- times man of those famous pahvrelicvinc

might top the record set in 1946 bat .; that a return controls to wartime is the quickest Robert H. Andrews, who is completing ingrtdients knows to every oct<<-methyI calicyUt

supplies cf meat, poultry, eggs and I and price to buck faCation. > the script of "The 49'ers and xnentaot-tbaa five other widely offered rob-inm.:
t' dairy products are destined to be I and most effective way for Michael Curt%. win do a special I Insist on fenaiaf Ben-Gay, the original Baton

:: smaller in 1948 because this year's I. scenario on the life of singer Gen f Aaa1& It acts fact

' short corn crop left farmers with In- President Truman disclosed the Austin, famed for his presentation AM.Pall.H--nsa.1IIStU Kmt srWEEKLY -.
-:: sufficient grain to maintain the ed policy first in his speech at the openIng of the song, "My Blue Heaven.** Ht t Jb..rBdl-OiteQd.ya.SenGay -
time of animal products. of the special session of conrress. was the first cf the crooners. ,
The interior department's re- ----
Crops for which Anderson recom- for control ell coal and oil ""Supermaa is the latest victim

mended increased acreages over probably was a planned foBow-op. of the grain situation-but as soon
this include: Corn 7 per cent
year other
was a likelihood that it known that the
There was
1 as. sponsorwas
grain sorghums, 36: soybeans ;
[ of the administration'snew r
evidences relinquishing, four others put
cotton 3: potatoes. 3: oats. 2: bar
and rationing com-
price m bids for it. Small wooder; it baa 1
called for a -
ley. 4, and rye. :a. t forthcoming before
would *
awards than other
decrease of 1 per cent in wheat plea won more any
acre Iff.ii )011,. show of its kind.

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,t Ta.edsy_ TW class mhmd (toot.r.K.UTH .l I vMtxd In Sprte fsML- KaMM: -City F -trine'- pekiktks necs>kc' S. ***1. posited.The ...:5. .
Dee. 5. 12 It. 2i.NOTICE minimum 1I'alt. p t. <;j
SCHOOL DAZEiililwr I and As* Grwve. life.. and attcaMI: e skilled tabor employed on tI..,.-., .'''..
: (;U\I>K i tract* skid be SLM per hour ThrInlmmn -
-I --- the BwkBcr r*.mio.. :Mrft. Kate.I tETOR'01EliI VUK ..M to nil labor 'n- t
Shirley Band) TO CtJ'TR ,. .
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  • : : .... .. .... .. .. Jimmy ClickIhmaM ) The eighth grade to mry to have tisMed bee ala hroth n ad stetcnfrre I : 0. TUB 'T.tTt:' r RO.IUDar.tttvvaa .t..Ca< t. -hi.: >>, .TS cents per huur
    wksa eM bM net -- 5.e -.&,-i.I The min mam a .,; paid to all! unskilled
    ..o\.iat. 1-tIftOf' Karoam: Jo Anne Cemptoa oat *o long. I. the rebInIed with- ii.I labur cmpliNed on there ,...-
    'Stetdcty H_'''__ .. ... .... IhH'k (iriffttht science we have beea nuking a fewer Jean. ItPae! f. Tallah-se. r'lor Ma trai ;-. ,-hH:il 1 b, -" eats per butt
    ia two w ehawfttte Mrs L*.ra December L 1>4TSpalid Ul n..rr '.. >.' I I. n, >n IH"r.l.n >
    11rTa ... .. . Joyce Click. interesting experlsfteau.By .
    Sport ) ..11DPROCRAM . .
    lTRI""I\I-'H-K.\ with
    CUrt west d to Kansas to attend the !<1. >cHi 19y'ry :'._Ib ......... ... Dee Galufidl the tiae this t. read, report *pe ...... _..0.-.... ._ .. ____... }Ir. }Ia|* cards will he oat a4-What wW the Holmaa reunion andto visit hid will nrwei J at this Department SfHi it I 3(1..oth'll i: i i"I
    I her five Brothers and their famiiiet ffHre from Qualified t't'r.rltCtoca usItil -. I called to Sfn-oil !ITovifirmx which
    ,: mothers say'Someone's l. .. .. ..
    - < oar '. the lath 'is I II b. urrll..h."b .h or -
    whoa alae.had not see for nteeyean. 1.:341 A. M. (B.&T > i i ,,. .
    Thi of bidd.
    InT'S I\'HI-. I i lof Deco bsr. J91I. i", th '' -'' .u.el.l ;itt-it r ts
    ; Skirt I Ome brother aa4 his wile HOB of the f lk wimr Jtdtial \.J I directed to the If"tP'.-'al Prurtuans
    .. 1Vts Pielu4'ts + i i Mr. tad Mrs. Ira Hohnan. at"OOlDpaII- i Projects: covering bl, r a*"!$mnic the

    ,. a hen Picttre" of two I led her to Lakeport where they will I ......"'1 AM +*rmm_*r Project rantractPr"ts..I . -
    t >.. !-l. l>. Job Nos .;1\4.1 and u a !' Hrtn.htd to
    ., w nor4 ptrpniar Mrs salitieL (Continued tress Pap 4): I IvMt-relatives for several week I I w., *3-2O1. State Raved Sv. T2< (;lades Qualifi ''.)ntrn..r'. upon :..pplict..n *-
    tutee who they are? I 1 asjd llufcs Counties between t.. this off, r' R THE SUM OF
    K J'ft can guest i lit ts Mr. Holaan's first trip to
    .- I the aew road ia to serve mate Road So. M Went of Clewis- i5 i FOK EVfH PKOI1VJM. flans
    : "SaraFtirttMf FioHida.I Southof I may be purh i..(l (rum this office
    I, deals ahwc the b ach, a* roaehe ton and State (toad No Ii i
    Wttikaese: Oeod4eehts' acs! 1 1 Mouth Bares Work cmwiats for the sum of ti for each net :No
    length tress few bantered I \Vhiie Mrs. Mn Kate
    varying 1a a laera and I of rock base I rropo.0will; N.- lqsu..d unless requrste -
    IIeMby: : feet to one-half mile. mast be were la Springfield, they vteitedJMrs I i and aMrirtola* sarface treatment I f.r them 'itrecc. iJ bthis
    fur k'eet vice: 9tItakmteg ......... taUt to all of the homes in this I LaeUte Oormaa ad davghter I 1$. wT3e7aB MRMe-Ul items. The office. > at tract 24 bourn prior to the
    time bids
    Virtue: thud penoaKty. *- < net lencth is 1..I24 Biles. uH.mut .
    particular section in order to provide I Mrs. Goraaa and Mr hasbaad Jler- I check .U.08lot of All bids must show t. tale for H<-b.
    4 certified m
    means of access to the new I ten lived sT*.al years ia Lake- i I I3.SM.M mad payable tc Uu Chair- item and the total amount of th'of proposal bid Inserted
    on cover
    Fto+erMe P od. Pried sfcriwp."Pet mar of the State Road Department
    road. port. He died last spriag after a The right ts reserved t.> rejtct any
    Peeve": Two-timers I with the necessary States Documentary or all btds.STXTK.
    The Road Department could widen long illness. Stamps attached must accom-
    Favorite By-word: Dadgea Buddy sack kid submitted. for th* HO ti> Dh,'VKTMENT
    Itke| eId grade and build it up four I prelect. All certified checks shall be OF FLORIDA.
    the feet above lake level at leas I certified wHhte M days of.the differ F E. BHess rhurman
    Beet Boy Friend: Bill,. lor! than it can complete the OTHK TO (KK.UITUIt receiving. bWs Cashiers' check E. Cf.; a iTtforred Lipstick: Rasvtorry.ftkiorlte expense will not be accepted The checks of Highway EBCineer.
    Perfume Christmas I new road grade. This road would I"IN THE COCRT OK THE C'OL"XTT I the two lowest bidders will be de Dec 5. 12.Don't .
    !i serve the conmuHity and would JVDGB. OLAOBe COUNTY KLOR- ,
    Ivlgbt."Haag. IDA. IX PIIOB.&TE. I I
    The Btere.favorite I also: serve as a dike in that sec In re Estate of
    Oat": drug Brn .,.... I
    tion to protect the homes from at A. Porteboeuf. tVc cd I
    Subject Hove Be. To All Creditors and Persona HanK
    I hurricane, as well as provide ; CUtma or Demands Against Said I
    list: She's one of The Four.
    means of escape if necessary to Estate- b-I
    i I, You sad seek of you are h..r Wait
    fS BAM ROOM evacuate. notified and required to prescnt am I
    evident that the state claim and demands which you. or
    It to
    We are learning to sing someebrMaas very I either of you. may have aeaioet the I I
    songs We are practicing not build and maintain two !II eetate of Ernest A. Porteboruf. deceased I I
    H ran" for the will in that section. If it con i ii late of said County to the I
    &"Christmas > program I : CoVBtr Judge of Glades County. Florida !I Until the Last Minute for Your Christmas
    Jo he given on Tbur day..Dec- i times with the new grade to the at his office in tilt court house i
    18. i detriment of everyone concerned of said County at Moor Haven, Florida !! Shopping
    within eicht calendar months from .
    Jeanette Ward Joyce Whidden j then if it hasn't already done so. the time of the first publication of this !
    and R. J. Simmon were absent it will pat this nice hot potato notice Bach!: claim or demand shall Table Model Portable and Combination
    be In writing and snail state the ,
    right into the laps of you county place of residence and past office address
    t commissioners. And gentlemen. of the claimant, and shall be I! Radios From

    here is no doubt that this beach or sworn his to attorney by the, and claimant any ,such his ajcent.claimor :I i

    road is going to be a hot potato uni demand not so filed shall be void .' $34.95 up
    done about it. WAYNE K CAt+LtlDT. I'
    i something is
    .1 As administrator of the Estateof
    .1i Not one sane logical reason has I AS executor of the Last I LATEST CHRISTMAS RECORDS
    .1I Wilt and Testament of Ernest
    atti >, ; i iVk been advanced by a single soul as A. Pet U eof. deceased. II
    MO to why this new road was changed I First publication December 5, 1'.;. I I
    I Dec. S, 11 15 K. 1J4?.
    i Ji i over the protest of Lakeport citizens I Ii SPECIAL

    I I and county officials. By the wildest i I .
    I stretch of the imagination it is iTil K rot->TI Jt uccr i j i impossible to conceive how the State GLADESot' T". rLURIU I II On Portable Phonograph. Mechanicalwith

    Road Department could commit such NOTICE OK PROD\T.: 5 Record Albums
    Friday and Saturday an engineering "faux pas" unless ESTATE OF BllNEST A. IMRTEWEL'F. -
    i there was a lot of pressure broughtto THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL $39.95CORPORATION
    Betty Hutton in I
    bear by outside interests who PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
    'Perils of Pauline" had some personal ax to grind at Tou are hereby notified that a written
    I the expense of the citizens of Lake-(I instrument purporting to be the
    (I last will and testament of said decedent 1
    i (In Technicolor>1> port. ba been admitted to probatein
    In place there will be said court.
    every Glades
    t You are hereby commanded within NouseholdAPHance
    found a few individuals who are ( six calendar months from the date of p
    Sunday and Monday narrow in their views, deliberately tbe first publication of this notice toappear
    in said court and show
    1 Bobert Young and Susan trying to block progress. Selfishness Cause if any you can. why the actionof
    Hayward in which works to the detrimentof said. court In admitting said will
    to probate should not stand uarevok-
    others must be eliminated entirely -

    "TheyVon't Believe and we must forget ourselves ed.OFFICIAL SEAL IMPRESSED) i GLENN IlKOWERBULOVA
    J. M. COUSE.!: Count Judg.' I
    in an honest effort to make Glades County Florida.
    I -
    P Me"Wednesday Glades County a better place in

    aa I which to live. ,
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    ms. I..U'H.'LJ and Thursday

    j (Double Feature)
    Mrs. Laura Click returned to her

    j "Fun on A Weekend"and I home Wednesday after an extended

    Visit in Missouri and Kansas. She

    'left Lakeport last July accompanied 2J
    '. "Saddle Up" i by Mrs. Kate C"lkk. who went t. rWdi1Jle.I'
    1 I.i.. : with her to Missouri. They both I


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    insecticides get the bugs tliM tlfi.SO

    without hurting your crops. _'--" ..., .

    8 For truck gardens here is the most #CK S

    'effective insect toxicant .yet developed. MOL t.r'- "

    Deadly to most common pests it consistrtl ''ps

    I ently gives kills of 95 to 100%.

    I Yet,when properly applied,Chlordana Lt.A t TitT'ldoes \ !

    not injure even such delicate copsb l'" Q t1iE) I

    as squash and melon vines. Residue 'J.r.A ..

    volatilizes completely in 2 or 3 weeks. '. r\NT'

    May be used with standard fungicides.flt Ani. 1

    Chlordane is available in many comw, f\ "' 7- j .

    mercial brands of insecticides: 'RMS' ; r

    i 1 enable powders dusts and emulsions. C .

    Ask your local dealer for them today .tjHI.I"uu-"C.' if

    t Be sure the label states plainly "contains L.i'J'j 1't1I. t"
    Chlordane" There are no f" .f,"I\t' lly

    substitutes. RWo'K 1t

    .; U your local dealer cas- f'J.4. r '''' !
    aot yet swpplr Tn with .7 U'1.1lt Q tJ6S i
    1 .t.cticl4.s e.atalalsy U.'i"'U' : For Her. . For Him .
    i \\ ChUtdaa. will us C. .( ...if'RI 1 I
    i ,/ II direct for dI. taaa. el B-rE"tLES Forever!

    a dealer whs cu. I Ip
    &1*aryG hdI
    No Other gift will be *o appreciated r

    1 ( ;HYMAH d &wAfl I .. .a constant t reminder !
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    _,,.Drpt. 07 Dna\.... Colorado
    I Gentlemen: Pleas send me more of few love sad dcc o.... ,
    Information about insect pest control I
    with ChlordaB U contained ia your to enduring ia Beauty sad Value! -,
    Ir.. bulletins OD: i
    ( ) Truck Crop insects C ) Ants This Yew..foe Her-for tUm... j
    I. ( ) LiTtstodi Far sites ( 1 Roaches i

    y Nam.. _. ._..."_.,.... .,..... ._.-- + choose a nigniaceac. V SEMINOLE JEWELRY ;
    Street or JLJ'.D__.__._._.__.__ sew B.Joq- -

    CUr. ..$tat.. ._ eb.'Gih:'a LietiLa'Morita STORE i

    I a : nets o* Bkra. . time ..::!;

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