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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: November 1, 1946
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLfMK S3-NUMBER 27 MOORE "\\1:>, }'WRID.FRIO.U", NOVEMBER: I, 1W6 St"B..CIUPTlOS-f:. PER TEAR




SCHOOL BAND IN I''TAX STATEMENTS : More Aged Money And Blind For Voters Are Urged fl



FIRST CONCERT AT FOR 1946 MAILED _
Mr Uoyd M. Lillv Glades eo.t ..- To Cast Ballot In

GYM FRIDAY NITE ; OUT DURING WEEKThe } Member Board. of reports District. following No S Welfare the-I

Board's regular meeting ie24 i Election

that 72 residents of Glades County I Tuesday

A large and appreciative audi- 1&4', u\ roll WM, recently received Increases in Md Age Assistance II

ace WM oa band wet Friday completed b> Count Tax and Aid to the filial

nhttt at tao school gymaaeinm for! 1. E. Scott Bad tamed over to Collector grants this month 'I C. C. Arnold Dies j i No Opposition From Republicans
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tt* pahlic eomeert gives by the R. D. Toner who tuned Additional Federal funds released At

MMII Hawa School Baad aaaer mailing oat statements tth week at the last seaatoa of Congress Palmdale Home ]i iI In County

title ilircurtnn of William D. Jak- for coUectionc which will ijagia the provided funds for aa approximate Thursday Night r Races

maa sad; at ita COMl..... many first of Noremaer In. ] thirty per cent increase

wave tM saprsesloas of ssalse gives .< per teat of th* total tax tt Food Allowances I I Arnold 2. i

... Joefcmaa for the splendid .an cam eat was collected it rear Food budgets have. been increased c. C died a few All over the nation voters wK .

r...... he BS obtained ia his few according to Mr. Toner awl ke predicts in varying amounts from $2.85 : minutes after midnight Jut sight at go to the pals neat Taedy to
his home in Palmdale following aa cat their hatte4 in oe e{ the
months 4111. work with the group fully aa food a coUtf&m this for a child from one to three I l
I Illness of about tour years Ht had most Important _r *aeraleieetaoas
There some thirty five year.
wet years of age to $5 b S far an activeadult
The total valuation of 4e I been bedridden far the past year, ia many years.
msaam Ot the hand oa the stag* coaaty l living alone and attemptingto
tot and the end came not unexpectedly This Importance: hinges, in the :
fat ta.eis.teaet and there are esyeM i* $3.55.232 and brakes pay part (>f his or her living I
BBSmliisrs. of the regular band down aa follows: 1527,42 rail I Fvnerai services will be jeW I two party states on the etoesiea p
xpel'i- Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at Teams of Democratte or Republican eandi-
wfca hats not quite reached con road; $685.290. personal; 1.4O0.- I .
iacladd 91. current \ lands with a Fort Meade minister coa- ,dates and ia the election this year .
ert at.....CI The groap non-exempt ) : ..
ducting and interment will he lai Republicans are making a deeper
from 17,32 homesteads: $55.x0 nonexempt -
tfcttirjif every ag group
4,000 ACRES CANE i the Venus cemetery.He ate bid to add enough Congressmen i
extant Use ten small primary aeiiaoaent lands; SgO ex I : .t
elptrdrett, empt (homestead delin ncatl; $15.- I is survived by his wife aadi and Seaahsrs to control the
I I i nine children The seven son are. i next asssiOB of Ooagreas.IB !
The t- aa..as aeoMearily 339 lands reverted to Mate} $19 ; PLEDGED HERE FOR *
brief bat the audience waa laatet- 41* wholly exempt land. ; Arlie. Yaaaie Bill. Carl. Cecil and I the oae-party sonthem dates
eoltocton I Lloyd of Palmdale and John of however there is nenajb/ 148<<-
eat .e aaU encore number and amuck The anticipated tax on
: was played ia addition to this total oa the current tillage NEW' SUGAR MILL I Lakeport and two daughters. Mrs. r al apathy about voting for eaadi-
: dates who are assured of
tile aaiMsmad program. Especiallyajoynaie la U7.i0i.10. For school thisamounts : Reeves Hendry of Palmdale and virtually t.:

1 wan a clarinet qnartet"Bottly to $3.92.33 for iainte- ,: Mrs. Jewel Raulerson of Canal I election and this year premises to I II
Point. be ao exception. However there are J Ji
QOdtag' by four of ttirteea -I asice $1114081 for BOM and Another step ataken towarl I

eawteeaa and "Saa of My] S4'. C7.51 for special tax behoof the procuring of a sugar mill for i Republican candidates for sense of 1
I the< major office and, abort theE
sour the brass section districts including the bjildingtoad
ay the Moore Haven the '
area first utile Republican or sympathizers with
All members of the band were: For the county it lades FILMS ARE TAKEN
I week when J. E. Frierson sent I I that party choose to vote sottdtr
t ..... ta white naifonne, most of $31.051.1'2 for maintenance;] $32- t
watch had been made by mothers 6U.04 for bonds and U.%9.00 to J. E. Caldwell president of I for these candidates while the Dar ; ,

of the band members and Mr exempt land for bonds Ruth Sugars at Abbeville La. : OF FISHING HAULS jocratic I voters remained at bean ; ;

Inrtrmsn expressed his apprecla- ---- I signed pledges for planting of more I there is aa opportunity, albeit It* i ,
than four thousand acres of cano i mote, ior ewe 01 these Iaue-- :
ttoa for this helpMr. I '
ON LAKE THURSDAY known candidates: to be elected
in the j
area. II
Jackman began his work LA BELLE DEFEATS I Senatorial nominee SpeJmnrd L.
With the band foUewmg the Christmas Mr Caldwell. when here two '!
Holland is opposed by J. Harry
holidays last school term and weeks ago. asked' for commitments I I
I Tht hearing throuc'i: u hh h ('(.n-I Scnad Republican and Congress- f i ii
has worked diligently, even re- TERRIERS HERE JY for planting six thousand acres but
I merC'tafisht\ >rllit'n "n LaIke maa Dwtght L. Roger from the
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mubjr'ri kar* dvrtag the sammer 1 1I on Monday of this week County
chobee hope to oltain rtlit-f irot Sixth District is opposed by Joseph -
ig : rra p lath had Agent A. G. Hotchinson. in a tele- the baa placed on seining: b> the P. Moe, the Renablican can .
SCORE OF 27 I
... u s Sept prom_ and:I TO 0 phone conversation with Caldweil I'
State Game and Fresh Water Fish didate. There is also a EepaMlcAit -
... mild <-- At to the was told to send in pledges for
CommiaaioD OB October 1 was again' candidate for railroad t'8-mJliia.. ,,:
tb eommsnU. Of'"t'O four thousand acres or more for
.' 4..to I It postpone last. week in :Miami eir- J.t ..:; te
was a ruse much .
'
_. ram Kai as ifNtmre! : I he was anxious to go to W.toa .-- ; la' tlae-- .
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"- I Jackman' here Wedaea after- : .
g e na..r'. : .4;\ .y to present. End alp ,Beffwtakes -t Nwwi .: >;*11bnr ',_ _
rya'.Denr af :! ire MrFriaraoa .I
cn acht'u3r.., .tBelte! t na, 'adkicked had already obtatoedmore ,dence, part of which will be a film C. King. There areie other Republican -

Clarinet his team to a 27 to t defeat than four thousand made yesterday near Lakeport of+; conteatanta on the local
Qw.rtetQUt [ Of the Moore Haven Tentershi acres iaj, typical flab haute. i ballot, either for state offlefr *rSo.
lag Zamechik. signed commitments he dispatched]' J
Miami for mice
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A movie from COffiy
the Terriers only home game eftte them air mail that cameraman 0 !
afternooa
ConsmaderMarl.is
by :
season He also proved ....- I a game warden and repreeenItatires even lithe usual aecetOet
Pilgrim's Prayer Choral: De-: defense i I and it to hoped that something definite from several sportsmen I fervor is absent at this gsneafl
born on and was to m will be know within I I
1.amlter. small extent responsible for the few a very !'iNo clubs boarded boats yesterday et : election ft is important. aeverttV I.
days.
Golden Gate-MarchJoeaaon. Terriers failure to score t I Lakepon in this expeimeat tonI less, that you cast a ballot TuN:
t Soa of My Soul-Braes Choir I concern is felt about getting I I (Continued on Page 8) day i
1 Trmdhiosjal.ABfeDia. .... There was no scoring in the first Six thousand or mer acres suu

quarter hat the period ended with scribed' as soon a* the mil is "'-?. '
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t oraI-JeI-"l-atft' the hall OB the Moore Haven 2- sued for some growets are rom as-I School Lunchroom Has
I miaaaa4nr"--March Pavia.
yard Stripe from where Jnckman tant to sign ontil they have
t la aMltin to his work with the carried over on Ute first play of site contracts for proteasingMr l
hand, Mr. Jack man is hriag pchtfcachool the second period pasting for the -
Hatchinson stated that Caldwell -
i music iastnictioB in the conversion After the kick-off theTeeyisr. Highest State RatingRv
lower indicated that if a green light
grades and has takea over failed to gala and kicked tot'IDOYtq .
were given by Waaitngton
the teaching of some adeaee sib- t. said-field from where Jackmana
his mill or ,mills from
Jects .ie a long pass to Greer for another L ouisiana ._ Ft_rids ".._ .._ 'time Carr Settle he scrapes the food scrape latio
*v w K an*
--- score Jackman plunged theoaaymton. It was the< privilege of the writerto one pail. paper scraps into another
would be wasted in avklag preliminary
School Carnival The Terriers then Started plans for the election of the be the guest of Mrs. Margaret and the force takes particular pridein

moving on a passing attack Famam county superintendent. at the fact that the pile of waste ,
dismantled
mill which would b<
Has Big Crowd wttt Jimmy Crum doing some nice lancheoB Wednesday at the school food scraps to continukOy growing
for shipment as soon as the ear- s
On Nite receiving and moved to the Cow- rent harvest seasoi coadadw laachiToom tad in addition to en smaller, proof that they are providing

Thursday boy three where they lost the ball there. about the first of the yaar joytag a delicious and wellprepared tasty as well as D.Rrhh. ;
(Continued on Page 8) meal. I was impressed with the lag food for the youngsters. I

The school carnival OB Halloween efficiency and the orderUaess wba Teachers watch over their respective t

night one of the big aaamal First Light Bills Services Sunday i which the luncheon WM served to groups and when eeeaad. or ;;i

food-time eve&ts tere. was BO exeeptioa -' At ChurchRev. I the large group of students.I even third mange sre desired:

In 1918 when It .was kW Mailed By Electric Baptist am told that last fan at this they obtain them. Larger portftra 1

teat flight oo the school athletic I time the lunchroom was handling are gives to the high sea.ei Bh- !
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field and a huge crowd .was present Co-op This WeekThe "Jests of Lake Park will 2Ut meals a month aad tats :yearit dents. .

from th* pealsg of the tint I fill the pulpit at the morning and has Jumped. to 37M meals or The lunchroom*, poet ts this

booth abut .:11.w the oral Glades Electric Cooperative evening services 3na4ay. at the about m daily Despite the increase I year. was. fairly .well uasjtuied hat

vaj ...... were erowaed. in the mailed out its first batch of light Baptist. Church the. lunchroom force to Otter equipment is beisg aMat M

Kymaaetem at It:.. statements to customers in Palm- handling its task m a very efficient : ft can be proeue(. TIM meet 1-

f Tike queen CIOII"was a little dale this week. about twenty-five manner and the entire group cent addition was a vegetable

different this year from former ia this first commuatty to he serviced .deice On .\...rsdart, +vtbs ia aaaa&y fed and oat of the shredder which will stead __lit

yenr*, one glues hclaf ehosem from by the RKA linen. For those who deli gnid- I.aca.by 1:31. vegetable for'" snrvtnga la

the primary tiedelemsatari departmenta Tae City of. Moore Haven, at the sues on the ameadmeott to be We arrived at the luBchraom at i i I twenty minutes A waJk-ia retrtgerator -

) and one Croat hiP same time, received its first Statement voted oa Tuesday the ftllowiu 11=3'. Just when the nrst-craders I has been eadesd ad as

doc Votes, aa usual, wre' a pea- for current sold to them at summary it offered: t ti were going in for their tench and I I electric oven to.. added ibis

ay each and when covated. after I wholesale for redistribution i __ the otter grades were kept corn- year. The walk-in irfilassannr ..

atne o'clock Jut night It was found Despite rumors to the contrary' .j Cote "le1" oa KO. I.l and :. tag a few minutes between each.! enable tae more niatfulchase ptsr
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that Sanane Pleating of P* dae. W. B. Irby. manager of the coop 6 These provide for th eoasolloattw I ao there would be no coafucioa and I .of meats and et3lilr perm
a lint grade student, the wtn- of offices ia Ornate Bay:
waa that
eratlve..a" rat for the elementary ..... and had been oatafesef from the Ii:, aid _biB eoaatiea.Vote for Principal M E MsfimaB to I pantry is well stocked. \fa

Elizabeth "Jones. also of fmhaoale" r. S. Engineers for both the canal "Nooa No. i. applying join as we looked over the lunchroom -: tanned goods iajstndlBB a tart

and the Junior Class eatf? was! crossings here and at Ortoma and I to fffitoboHmgB eon' This facilities and 1 have no hesitancy supply of canaejt- ftIIIIeIat

the high school winner. j the holdup IB coMtracUM of the purport' to consolidate offices in sayiag taat than parentswhose r-v the Surplus I *"M ...,. ageiI -

Th irmaatam waa milt when | croaafnga is due to a lack ef pofee hat. actually is a device whu-fe caOdrea eat at the inneh-I cy. A large ski* .tt ef petatlass

the corMaatfoe march was placed' of the necessary length. would be used to coatttry effect room need have no fear that they Is expected weds rtly from tlrla

by Mrs. J. A. MaOtas and th* rarf- Plenty Of wire is now available. are not receiving good food properly agency. Y

out coots .. surd u..ercurts. I i Mr Irfcy any*. for the eeannlettonjof Tote a big ":tie" hy aB means prepared aid under the meet The en*!"_ __,nom has twripaiated
acted aa attendance far aae .aeea an lines IB tt* project. on file 4 sad S_ As (vaiafr_ toa aaattary cOBitetoaa. The lunchroom this -
inside and outland
and her escort preceatad the royal |, The Board recent!? let a conj etnarial ia tate lust' tteat has operated through last year and [ is kept as venr clean as possible; &'

eovplea aa they msfrhed sue thegym. j i tract. $uMt to 1KA approval' for are vie..a pjopeeahi .- whit m this term under the highest rs'- all times All fishes wasv-1

Two tit.....* were arrangedoa the electrical equipment for the' would operate aartfcalaatr Ie ifs given by the state* aad l: is twice before being. placed are ;n 'sa

the stage and Judge 1 MConae new power plant acre to George 3 the disadvantage of SoaA FkwUn easy to nuJaislaBd why tab .- ) scam sterihztand! t2..1'an) $

had charge of tae tanaatlnn Delk of Jackaoavllle oa a Md mtereata.Tea" Every posstale eaaitary th -- a ,,
ofl 10" rF r'fli-- are k. V e" :td
<<-rem... $**.&M. Lettag of a contract i > take and the ..*'- _- ,-'!' ... ..
i ; l'ad .a U..o.H .. raaager
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Ita \ x. .
One of the tint taatarai of the tae power acam ana beea delayed tart proud of the steam cabinet! i
Pventag's program wa* a Hnllo- hy a change la plan for the typeof em ... 1, J. .. of the lunchroom this yearand
i let *at/Britain/ dishes after they are U ably assisted by Mrs Sift
wean paw by tie cJHMtoaa .C the entertor waBs hy EKA. a e sage Tiaoa Il. 4. i. ....... n this. which k aid to Hidden and Mrs Lacy RanleTsoaST .

Mm rev grades ** h **; gym- wifely tan .... at avsctan af 'eke l And deNt yew np Ma. t aa. 1 ha tai at asast seaoal eaetenas <- -a! high !'ChOiI i' girls also give 1

nazism wakh eras ,,-- tl a tM sad ells' !lute salta....... iei f S. fterEUr. I\\DI. Two waste pafls are provided assistance fie-a! ? the noon lunc'1

(oeagae..>. 1 J. t"V d eIl fIlM+ 4> see sank tllrti tls..ieo a-..agt : tour
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ae s Coveted Star Farmer Award r Guts of Thot. ht



Given to Four Rural Youths I USE] woods oat tnlents would youpc"be cry
silent M BB birds sang there except .
those which sag the fccoi.r .

BUREAU Top Honor Goes here etkfj for strength hi the

EDITORS NOTE: This newspaper, To We Mtde ken. : preyed fur e u, -'kyJMWQ

through tpecial arrangement; with thVaJungloa ;
bureau oj Western AWipaperUnion High Bwf new tee at 1616 Eye Street N. ST., Fashing- V ..... :. dOIIr1. Lard
ton f). C., u tile to bring reader this By G'i -.41ice Hanle
m/eeUf column on problem of the veteran Happiness That peculiar !'en-
tad teniceman and Jut /am. /y. Questions I +, [ sation you acquire when you
bear oe addressed to the abate Bureau tr U u J sL4 are too busy to be miaenble
aid they tall be answered in a tubiequentcolumn. the Scott Field.
No replies can b. nude direct by
fnaii, but only in the column uhich will William Character Is a "by-product: It
appear in thit nnapaper regularly :Chester i* prmfoeed fa the great manufacture
; ef daily MyHood
won the ;
Women Veteran Aid ,
row WBc...

Approximately two-thirds of worn I i| that America can

en veterans of World War n, former i can farm jP _
members of the WAC, WAVES, j Of what # Plan to Explore OceanAt
SPARs Marines have for
or applied '
ers made? of
Depth 13,100 FeetIn
VA benefits either for readjustment ,. Carlin the
allowances or education and train-
tag Veterans' administration an- up in a a sew type of undersea boat
;v.thusiasm .
nounces. 1 t.l in ttL August Piccard, the Swiss phyu"ist .
Chief difficulty of the women vetI I into a high plans to explore the Atlanta!
trans, according to a survey, Is i, next February at a depth of 13,108
gaining recognition of their status : The ..Ate feet four times as deep as the
a* veterans. I i it cent record 3.028 feet reached by WiI.
Most of the women are slower to i{ Future ham Beebe in his cable-held
t&ka Jobs than men. They do not 9: Kansas Bathysphere in 1934, says Colfier's.Weithing ,
jrant to return to former Jobs but : from
to use skills acquired in the eery i i itees. ing 40 tons loaded PMcard's
schools of spherical vessel is sunk by
few have
Only a women ap- FARMERS Winners of Star Farmer
the the weight of iron ballast held
filled for home business loans. : ip
or
accoHed to Future Farmers of
honors
against its exterior base by electromagnets
According to the 60 cent
survey, per
Kansas convention.
announced at tit City
i of the his and is raised, upon the
women veterans have applied
lor and received readjustment allowances Carlin Carlin of Pennsylvania, who won the title; release of the ballast, by the buoy.
to right are the sectional winners: Brody
afforded by tank of
ancy a oil attached
and 11 per cent of these record II. Smart of Kentrky and Dennis O. Heitman
to its
have drawn the allowance for mora : farm top.
than 10 weeks, which 1s a consld- His 1 The undersea boat is free mov
:rably; higher percentage than the habilit the en- its ori his projects, brought Koci Lag being capable of both vertical
,rate shown in a a1mUar surveyof ples *"or H now the s]*r Farmer award. In sever and horizontal travel.

saale veterans where only nine the 70 yearalbe has realized a net profit
per cent have drawn readjustment In 1940 crop of ovj $16,000 from his own proj-
Allowance for than 10 ecu all of which he has
more pay :vcr> a soybeans early re-
;jments in the first four months after and invesfd in expanding his program.Outjtanding .

discharge. Fhrough director as a community lead
been ; federa- er uiweQ as in fanning. Koon bas
Questions and Answers severe Breed as a director of Northeast I 11,1 'I

Q. When my husband was Us- I II with the ae5 Dairy association, director of

# charged from the army on February iry Herd Improvement associate /boll ENERGY
2, 194, he joined the enlisted re- and vice president of the TOlllCf .
'serve corps, at whicb time be Through of Gard- TexaJF.FA. association.
was I
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the first ckr! ; "Dl.tay l uf-j .
al ttl
t, informed that he might go back on Ilooor War Victims.Moje .:ace ra jam (h"uid-trcti m *
active duty at any time with hIs boys re than 15.000 farm boys from: roar diet Uck the natural AD
old rating and with the same family to brmg be- everi state in the Union Puerto Vitamin.0*aced ro.mercer mwd-yraTI'> Mof.Bfttnrml tmi
allotments. Has this been changed I production. Fu- R'and Hawaii were present at f(: food-UHi":g Sevtt. Ea.id..
since his discharge?-Mrs. C.FJL, only) 25 states. Kani is City when the awards were "tWaad.e..uaa tU..r. t. ftlit,..Mr St ry* tkil fmi =
PUinTiew, Tex. I in 1939 for presented. The Victory conventionbonded wea''erfal dlftriBCb
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SntY.atroardr.g4st' .
in 1942 .
t
A. If your husband is called back cat- the more than 4,000 members

touring: the emergency by the army lated / and past members of F.F.A.
l 'I is unlikely to happen, ha I of land who lost their lives in World War IIRrture

mould go back with his old rating ings. farming Farmers of America is the !-i I. .
and same family allotments. How i!! business and a national organization of farm boys .. ,.
ever, If he elects to go back on 000 Its be en- studying 'vocational agiltan' ., -
.
Df beef this -
a I this own accord, voluntarily, he takes Vain objectives of Future
the same chances as any other en- market has Farmers of America are to develop -

listed man. acres and barley.Billy of l$4&t profits assets agricultural leadership, ijlniUUPlEiS y.alw y.

r Q. Our son was kind in action co-operation, citizenship, improved "
08 :;s relieve sore throat'nachinz
December %J. 19U. Can we, his par 20 acres agriculture and patriot- eau- muscles .f
ents, draw his furlough pay? If so, the affairs ism.
I we would like to get his furlough is a
In the emblem of Future Farmersof C tSi i S
record. Mr. and Mrs. W.L.I., farmer's America. the owl is symbolic oi

Mathiston, Miss.A. change / of the wisdom and knowledge; the plow is "IUSIING ,, IO"
Suggest that you write to the I was Koor the symbol of labor and tillage of the I -
Casualty Branch, Office of the Adjutant ciation of county soil; the 'rising sun is emblematicof

General, Washington 25, ica progress, and the day that will
D. C., for you son's furlough record, selected dawn when all farmers are trained
:giving them all details of his death Central I Farmers and have learned to co-operate; the WMOROUNEtrnvnirA

his full name, serial number and Farmer of Koon al- cross-section of an ear of corn represents

E rank. When you obtain it, then writeto Smart, 21, DI as i common agricultural interests IcvUnuHY\cfftr PHRCUUM f/es**JUIY OM < lf\t
the Office of Dependency Ben- county, Ky. of since corn is native to Amer. x
I ,fits U. S. Army. Newark ?, New 55.000 pro- ica and grown in every state, and
r "Jersey, asking them abo back states. Jersey the eagle is indicative of toe na.
i i pay, furlough pay or any other His of 55 tional scope of the organization.Their l n-l'i;:"

a money which your SOD had coming gan six a gen- motto: "Learning to do, do. m
to him at the time of his death.Q. 11 years acres fag to learn, earning to live, livingto \U i&IrF
My brother was in service for and a prof- serve."

three years and was stationed in -
Germany. When they he
gave up
: was A.W.O.L. Several times he was Experts Culling WITH UTTIE G3iS GFCCUf&RT ,
in the guard house and served timein 'I So little but-OIl MY!What difference

each instance. He only had one Mass of Secret nuke when MILES you LITTLE need anoccasieaallaiatltet PIU.Scaa

furlough. Can he get paid on the What a joy to feel
other furloughs he should have had? I Data on Germany regular again without the harsh,

I -Mrs. M.M.S., Milo, Mo. sudden "blasting", sometimes
drains WASIIINGTON.-World's biggest caused by powerful purftatire So
e A. Furloughs do not come to soldiers try the laxative that works, tcith
arbitrarily. They are granted ;unique dur- editing Job is under way in Germany you, not through you. Mad by
by their commanding officers as (is shortage, as experts of the Office of I 'M folks who make Alka-Selua-
.e. ment turkey Technical Service screen an estimated Sold by your family JruftgUt.
a privilege. It
brother
seems
your
CAUTION
Thanks 3Vz billion of -Not to be used when
pages once-
took his own furloughs. It will be now in secret technical abdominal pain or other .ymptorX -
and scientific data
entirely up to his record and to his more than as usu of appendicitis are present.
cal funds on German factories industrial and :. TL.only.* dirrfted
commanding officer whether or not ......
be bills. turkey scientific processes. From this mass Milt toria. Inc.. HUiart Ins
paid.
gets
than 41 of data, experts probably will select
:; Q. My nephew is in the navy and Targets about 3ft million pages to be returned i "
* has left the states. His folks have gambling,
record I to this country for study by ; ltm t
trol to
had only one letter from him since estimated I last industry, schools, government agen ( :""
June 6. His mother is nearly fran cies and other interested organiza I
r tic. He was in China when they tified of I tions. Less than one million pages _
4 heard from him and his ship was As an I I be- have been returned to this country. I
early
1 on a cruise. His address is U.S.S. tions, Approximately 100 OTS editors 'I'I tuffed, .Up'"UosaWcoCac ."? .
there 'I
,I Tappahannoek A.O. 13, % Fleet tors indicted, state, I for the supervisors and microfilm opera. ,\,dueto. ,1 "or r rI
Postofficcs San Francisco. Could you B. Car- tors 600 Germans and an undisclosed _
labor : :
t tell me where he could be or where and number of military personnel I C1" .
his ship is stationed?-J.M.,' Wau- I ) are engaged in the task. ".- '
coma, Iowa. The The data now being culled is in 1lie'curaolMt .,f cotlma.u.GI
y A. The navy says the U.s.s. Tap- grand addition to first-hand reports which .:.it. .ia MM & ** Tirol;tt L:'" rF1r0Yt.ou

pahannock is stationed at Yokusoka, troit 660 technical experts have made on I rak..air ss cr'ec1I'
1880s. ______
l t Japan which is near Tokyo. You German secret data.
i might write to the Bureau of Naval system, OTS which Js the outgrowth oi
.
til 1917 after-
Personnel Washington 25, D. C., giving i five former war and postwar government
1I1uSuftM.r.
peace in
your nephew's name rank etc., court of increas- agencies, publishes a weekly
in case he has been transferred "Bibliography of Scientific and + .. BIIII seize MI fun M
i from this ship. i, juror moved Industrial Reports." RHEUMATISMHEURITIJ.LUUBACO
families"
} Q. I am a married man in the he complaint has for Work is now in progress on the i
i army. I was inducted in September 1! has been second volume of reports, the first
1945 I am still a draftee. We 1 containing 26,000 abstracts of industrial (
t' expect our first child in November. of Amer- and scientific data, both for
Under this order I can request to i, a woman eign and American. The latter also
messes,
be discharged then. Is this true?- report re- were secret during the war I 1
contempt the
t. I Ffc. SJU Ft. Eustis, Va. Legality per-22. Best list sellers on the agency'scurrent
A. Yes, married men with children are reports on German
:seen up that electronics tg.a e.e..r usl1 r
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soap
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eligible to for dis1
are apply Michigan = have a UIHtt Ml IUI M bufuuea1OOMntignafteteraatIeitea
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9L So? I 1i Betty was hesitating between

f two young men and at last it
"The way of the transgressor struck her that she might get some
"
well Is hard.beaten Naturally path. ; it'sa 1 I *GO-ROUND help from her father.

"Which do you think I should

Some people think they are OREW P ON fake. Daddy?" she asked. "Jee

worth a lot of money because Lttty I _. i nwNERVOUS is awfully handsome, but Sam is a

they have it. nice, steady chap."

Columnist at Work! We rn Newspaper nJOILrRI'ATELY Father short
A neglected duty returns .y OVER CONVICTIONS pondered a moment -

tomorrow with You can positively get delivery en then-
seven othersat OWNED WAR PLANT WASHINGTO .-The war department ,
its back.Explanations. a Dodge or Plymouth within: four OLT-PKODUCED OUR ENEMIES isn't saying anything aboutIt "My dear," he replied, "if yen

weeks, at about $2,200. In Sweden! but General Eisenhower and ; want a good husband, take 9 ra.
are useless. All show windows there displayU. DURING THE RUSH and roar of Field Marshal Montgomery both He really loves you."

Our friends don't require S. 1846 cars. Espionage (and tI.ear days t .rre was no time now in Europe, got nervous over the Betty looked interested.
them enemies don't believe
our
for caaudi; consideration of
counter-espy) is terrific there, more even a ;: results "
them and others of the Nuernberg trials. "How do you know? she asked.
don'tlisten
to than during the war. Russia what the American: economic sys- What they didn't like was the con Father smiled.

to them allegedly has 125 intelligence agents tem of free enterprise was ac- viction of their opposite numbers in "I've been borrowing

Youth has been given a lot, working out of the Stockholm em complishing in that world conflict. the German Field money"
army, especially from him
for the last six months
but deprived of a sense of its bassy-almost twice the number the The full story of that tremendous Marshals Jodl and Keitel and Nazi ,
he said, "and he still comes to see
value. British have dittoing. We got none, effort probably never will" be known.At Admiral Doenitz. week."

huh? Howard Hughes, the rillionaire least it will not be known in the Eisenhower sent some rather you twice a

says he wishes his biographers lifetimes of those on the farms, who strong though confidential representations -

would get things right for produced the food for those on the back to the war departmentfrom

Beware once. One mag piece laid he in- fighting fronts and the factories; of Europe CLASSIFIED
Coughs herited 17 million from his pop. "I those in the factories, who gave to
High-rip friends of the
military
Inherited the Allied the equipment of
$300,000! he exclamation- armies
from colds chief of staff point out that the DEPARTMENTBUILDING
common marked. They tell you that the war or to those valiant men who
biggest spender in the world today utilized that equipment on the far- Nuernberg precedent of convicting -

That Hang On fa Robert Arida, a Syrian. He allegedly flung battlefronts. If it were all expressed for army-navy" commanders MATERIALS-.-.- --
war guilt boomerang
might easily -
maintains an ll CreomTilslrm relieves promptly because against those in com ..p.irtr-ent Four rams b;.lh Staple rep
it goes nsbt to the seat of the the Ambass: "bougri" Hitler's so great none could comprehendtheir mand of the American .<;nation plans and .ist of b"iMma" mate
trouble to telp loosen and expel yacht from the Bwiddiih Gov't for significance.I and army '>.KK\ICE..Is Send B7.4II>>lJ.tr. CNsmba bin to DRIFTING 8. C.
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto only 400 Gs. It has a crew of over realized somet: of what our navy. ._
soothe and heal raw, ter.der,1n- 100. He has thjee of For instance, U. S. and Canadian CONCRETE: block and brisk; macbuery,
pleasure free competitive sy.- "m privately
fUmed bronchial mucous mem- armies .V\r 12hand molds. SZS make MO Mock
branes.Tell your druggist to ecU you planes and spends $25QDO monthly. owned industry meant to all of have been conducting important a .d. rich one mold. One bun xnlai

a bottle of Creomnlslnn with the understanding What British Gov't gay, it to him? us when looking at the war production maneuvers "in the Arctic, n Mr.SU9.*. Wtator.. L TIMERS Ga.. rkeae MACHIVEIIOKK fit.BUSINESS s t
you must like the It "Operation Muskox, calculated to -- ---
way record of but oee concern. It I --- --- -- a
quickly allays the cough or are defend Canada and the U. froman
:Ton S.
Sallies la Our Alley Shermlnt d INVEST. OPPOR. :
; the of :
- to have your money back. was by no means largest Arctic circle invasion. What :
'
Bllllnrsley was still! gabbing American industrial institutions.The WOMEN: Make money at home. Pain and
CREOMULSiONforCouehsChestColdsBronchitis about the night club owner on American Car and Foundry worries Eisenhower and top military decorate wall plaques Circular KOaTKR.B.atr ,
a, Bex YJL Nashville. Traa.FARM .
men is the idea that if
the coast who was stuck and we .
up company is not a name that is -----
robbed of $400. "Glad Itwasn"t should get into war with Russia and
familiar to any large percentage of :MACHINERY &
lose, they could be tried and mightbe __ EQUIP.
said the Sbrk Gab-
me, the American people. Its capital,
POWER 'NITtJ-Chrster SX h.lJ. C-X ;I'
convicted on the grounds of Instigating
man. "Can you Imadne what its organization, its workers and its complete with clutch. for homed <1..lt..ery.QiM.lTT .
El Morocco's Perona the aggressive warfare.Of FARM SITFLY COnPANI
land plants were all enlisted in the Allied
Jttka Deere ftalea sad Rervlct
others would say If Iv'er{ was cause. War equipment of many course, the Muskox operationIs 115 NrlM* M., 8W
found with only $-100 ot me?" varieties flowed from those plants, defensive, and a long way from ----. G-'-fU -
aggression but war-crimes court
1 financed by private capital; directed a .
FARMS AND RANCHES
might twist it around. _
Sights You Never Se? from a by men trained In a highly com- .
MY ceURlTTrorNTY FARM I
Sight-Seeing Bas: The eUerly lady petitive field; manned by employees F v e mites from Houitrie: 530; acre. 768 b
In the West 70s. She Saris each receiving far higher than NEW WAR PROGRAM c.ltl\atOD.; balance good Umber awl PM- :
Add more Stnfeageto wages Although Hollywood strikes should Lure, fenced; brick residence, tenant .
dawning with a suitcse loaded paid in any other country in the hritsrs. Me barn two tob.icco barns park-
keep movie mogul Donald Nelson house 12.4 acres tobacco. RKA amain
with cartons of milk and sets them world.
with SOLES the a icr. stock water, on m.ul and BdMM
walking busy, former WPB chief is flying
out all over the neighborhood for 01:s routes: good lan TIre thousands of tanks, of between Washington and Hollywood and live-lock! farming Write for d talH .I I
pussycats. Passer wavingto
y and Mo Sund.'V rnn'erences
,;,. as well as Heels byO'Sullivan the mayor who always ta-tas many sizes and types, prefaced three or four times a month to work price. JOHN W. GOOD

back. No kiddin'-seen wid in its plants were used by every on a plan for quick remobiUzation ...Itria Otirila
: me --- --- ----
; Allied oa every I battle- of American industry in the eventof
own eyes. The littty old chap army HELP WANTED-MEN
who cadges drinx in the, 3rd Ave. freet. They helped to drive Ute another war. : _
= Only announcement thus far is WESTERN ELECTRIC: COMPANY! INC
1d a Q Joynt with a piece of rpe. Bets German army backward across ,I.'!.!.iJ lUOQ Devt.) Hasa seater of
you a drink you can't t, him up Russia. They helped to drive that Nelson has been asked by the \..c ncie for younc men 20 to 2B to install
Telephone Central Office Equipnent. who
tight enough to keep hifn bound. the Japs out of Burma, the President to consult him regarding hate had lining or experience In elect

Always wins. The picketing bar Philippines China and vhe islands which munitions plants should be Irical. mechanical or co.tmtmkatioa i .
II ea clds;: either in armed force or.therwGe.S'aning
d bers. They all need haircuts. of the Pacific. They were > kept in readiness for quick recon- pa; based ups that experience.
version. Inside Nelson's Pro.-re-arse, wace scale eRCCt. Smfle. S,
fact is that m
the armies of Eisenhower
used
The 5 ayem brawl (between oodles) by Such school graduate eqwivalfiit. piurttcallv -
It 50th and 8th. Such slugging"There' Montgomery Clark and : activities have been far more fit. must be willing to travel aa nee
etC-rv. Write ftrvin full detail of training
extensive.
other commanding generals in rr ,,'J( *nau-e nCSTEKK ELE.
Administration leaders believe, ;, TIIIC COMPANY. Wgbe.t om *, tit
the in
campaigns Egypt through
N. Busbies Like ...
ilk. asaa+.R lax5a, Ge.rgia.
Show Business"; It happened North Africa the length of however, that because of public impatience -_. .

recently on the coast. Sid Italy and in the final advance j i over continued war restric- _MISCELLANEOUS _
tions, it is best to censor public announcement -
Slate and his wife had a tiff. across Europe. FLOATING CANE

So she packed: up and left Those owned of the remobilization And several other Sensational Act that.ire
privately competently until after Knockouts. AD seven tor 30c.WAT .
for Los Angeles. Sid phonedhis operated plants produced ; preparedness program FIELD P.O. B... 4111, HamUvill. Ala
the elections.
best chum Sid Gold, to meet for the war effort > --- -- a
The President will ask
her at the deppo and straighten throughout the world by all Al- the next congress probably for what might be REAL. ESTATE-HOUSES F
things out.fhkb pal Gold lied nations IF in FIVE toots
bulldozers, ships YOU BVILD
did Mrs. Sid Slate termed a peacetime WPB, and will h..th. Some with two parches for around
; certinny trains movable
hospital
(j} power offer the top job to Nelsoa. :a 000 using SC"V less critical MWinc s
FOR will become Mrs: Sid Geld after plants for Russia, valves that sWANTS 'terial. would you be iatereMedT Send
'iJ $1 for our Reference Source U t.
;:
\ she is Freenovated. made tbe prediction of penicil BLAXRKMrOOBRIDGE
lin possible freight mats GOOD ADVISERS 1*. n..k..|!... D. C. !
cars,
Harry Truman has received a lot
COLDS'rdISERIESMany Erich Rf marque, the bookwritergave far air field 'and many other
of criticism for not surrounding
Ingrid Bergman his only bottle war necessities, in addition to with __ SEEDS. PLANTS. ETC._ t
himself in
higher the
Are Changing to PENETRO of that fiery Calvados that he speaks thousands of tanks. type men KO5K RI-SPE8
White House. One of
fieldgrrwm
ron course EterbloomuiK varieties. 2-year-old
Somebody always Menu to have a cold about in his "Arch of Triumph"bestclicker. i : SO choice v.oracti.. tree catalog.TjT .
in Urge families, that'. why ao many . Howard Koch and The report I read was a vivid picture is that Truman genuinely fond of Nirstrtn. Bex SK Tyke Ttaaa.
' fating mother now keep PENETHU his bride came to town to work on of the acfvities of but one of the poker-playing, Joke-teJHng Missourians -- -
( bandy for quick-.ctinr relief..to eked and MississIppians win are
and white, m pletuant to uae-and to the screenplay of "Earth and High the thousands effective PENETOO-S modern-type. Heaven." Had to dwell in six different plants, opera !tl under our free
'i nxxlkated fewer at OMX to system that made defeat On the other hand few except
vapon hotels in seven days. On the competitive Buy and Hold YourU.
auuUw fait tee upper breathm pn. of those erf-mies of civilization those on the inside know how bard
seventh his wife forgot which hotel
,,
dear the brad,relieve aore Uirtwt,
!BMM. Truman has tried to others
to
t batp qtrie* coughing of cold whereupon they decided to return possible!? Such fconcerns-their capital get S. Savings! Bonds!
his staff. He Franklin
- PKNETRO GIVES YOU the home to H'wood. Natalie Schaefer their organzations, with a vast join begged
approved mutton but feature; aDd scientific the actress, lost a big money fash fund of teduaolijncal experience developed D. Roosevelt Jr. to become assistant *************]CzoLq0ccu
medication rube to help braak of the He
in secretary navy. urged
in Detroit Because in a highly competitive
ion-announcer job
up the local congestion and relieve mlJ*- Bob Nathan, former brain truster -
cnlar eorenes of chest cotta And Pene- the man who was going to hire !field, their machines and trained
- tro working for hours, encnur- sD the for the War Production board, to be-
kffpt on her wouldn't wait more'n 2H hours employees-wert at com-

apmotfullll<
versation. Imagine! The beest! ame. They net every demand One of his mat sip 6eant

PENETROSRUB60I1DMBLGOD for production. They would. and lifts was with Isaier LtAtn, a ,

Fannie Hurst may give N.r- lid, do what the governmentownedand White louse secretary under -. 10 HELP

ma Shearer her first. screen operated plants of other nations Roosevelt. The talk indicates 'J. ERSE wvGHIN6
oukl not and did sot that Truman at times feels a ,
story. "She Walks in eawt,. ? accomplish. a- ;
.X [ for Norma's return to the films.She'd They did these things while payingto sense of genuine loneliness crir TIGHT CHESTMUSClfS

play a woman her ewe free labor a waft that was from la the course of the conversation, RU30M

TO GET MORESTRIHG"t age. Hollywood rwelly! two to several tfcre the wages paidin i Lubto blurted: 7

government ted plants mother "Wen, Mr. President, there's MENTHOlATUMf, 1

Don Ameche wonders if anybodyever countries. It was the open something I sort of miss around

called the President Harried competition of our free enterprise here."

If your blood! LACKS IRON! Truman. Eddie Jaffee is convinced economic system ai compared with I! "You mean" suggested the President .,

You sins and women,ho suffer! 110 from there's something very fishy the cumbersome, inexperienced "that you miss Roosevelt?" StJosephASPIRIN

strophe dragged anemia out"-that tail may juu're be rule d ae,to weak lack. about the meat shortage. BiD :dead-weighted sysUin of state socialistic !. "Yes.;' replied Lush ihll 1 .f

of blood-Iron So try Lrdia E: PlckHaml Schiller rates a patty-cake for the countries tfet provided the "WeO, I miss him too" said WOUS Lauder UUll tl MlJ4

TABLETS to build up-
Flnknam't TableU are one nit Cie I great- for state senate. He's fighting for Germany and Japan, that made Allied I you could tell that he very much i.\ I.: 44-46

, .-- all.t .=tonics worth you trylnal can buys At education and housing of vets. victory possible 1 i meant it

L4. At the Glass Hat two Repubs were Some, who class themselves as '

: -- indulging in their pet pastime-panning Americans, proposed to change our :i ARM BANS BYRNES DISCUSSION

'* Truman. "The whole nation" free enterprise system and substitute | The White House order against

said the first, "is laughing up their for it the state socialism that : public debate of Byrnes' foreign policy -

M I sleeves at him." "You kiddin'?" led the enemies of our civiliatioB has now been extended to G.I.s.

asked .the. other. "Who's got to unconditional surrender This is one aftermath of the Wallace May Warn ef Disordered

slec\ ,, >Byrnes feud, and is a reversal Kidney Action

of the "free discussion" policy usually M dr.is.was n. berry sad

Lew Parker found eet why the A NEW UNION has been organized followed during the war. trriL.ar drakmg-w kaa4 risk.Isipr.p.e,poran rung pad iafUoa wad-

1i series games at St. Loss didn't : and is growing rapidly. "Since Secretary Byrnes' addressis -(krowi bray MruM *a tk. work

< Oafy(oa.oepirea yes ti.r Plee raeN.e break attendance records. Its organizers terra it a union of aa expression of government policy ol*tile f-t&kidaeya.*d ...Tkey 14 M are Slier apt.te<_tme mat_

discoloration Most of the Missouri*** are tool owners, as distinguishedfrom ," the army has just ruled "dis cad olbOT UapantvM from U*Ut.fniMcod
+Remove yellow
in the unions .( tool users. cussion leaders will take an affirmative -
Washington Tae euy uSar aftB( taekacfta.k .
-f DUir.fectj-Deodorizei Its membership consists of the attitude toward the policy as j ck rtniniM. gctcaf *p aikta,

: i +Seals paint ports The boss ofaXew York union small stockholders of American presented and maintain discussion Me .palaa.wv..*.*aU UULC van'OBt._ Other toest 4gB m&itind.

+Refreshens color R announced that its long strike was Industry, ot which there are within the bounds outlined for this .. Udaey er wade,*****are(eat*.

;,-. ., 5 J over, and he ordered everyone backto more than 20 millions. To the army talk, rather than lead a debateon use-'-'-baraf.s email er Ian triaaeal

... ill in on* \ work at a midtown hotel. But politician they represent fully the wisdom of our foreign pot Try DM* Now LkUaeyt bop 1M

operationsal one lad continued to picket after all twice as many votes as the organized icy." __ Ty a'paai kae..bad karaial man Ater tkaa katf body aentary

0. the others resumed working. "Hey!" tool users do. The purpose Last summer the army's manualto af "Ul* appreraL. .Ar... meow.
clf asked the labor boss. "Why don't of the tool owners is H. "the information- ducatioa of- mmd.d p.by..grsbf.....' o. .yobs.ask

,, you go back to work?" see that they, as the providersof (fi<
"I dunno" shrugged the picket the tools of industry, get a namely, that "the sodi] .r may discuss -

( "You've had me on strike so long 1 : square deal In the matter of I) matters pertaining to cove >} I DjOAN'SPlLLSI

e | forget what I used to dot" legislation. !I rr.ental and military policies." 6pr



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: : --l; siaine- championship of "White supremacy -- Stop!' Look! Listen" The Juniors night! Watch it girls.
GLADES COUNTYDEMOCRAT !!.i..tJ
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happy
"-they are no credit to are getting concerned at last about 1 Juanita Drawdy sure to ,.
the South or to the Nation and by their book reports. Time is grow this last week, could it be that ice -;

Too Late'To Classify the same token I do not see eye- ing short, sympathy has worn Albritton is home now? :
MOORE HA1E9. FLORIDA
to-eye nor do I subscribe to the threadbare and the time has come Why was Bert Crawford so mad

By RUSSELL KAY fanatical and equally intolerant to read. Read Read! : Saturday night Could it be because -
Entered: second-cla matter. May
I. U27 aa at the Poctofflce at Moore views of the Peppers, the Wal One author wasn't far wrong i M. R. was working!
Haven Florida under the Act of t+( c c c o., ", +xx--:.) oOo laces the Re-ethers- and the Ken when he wrote this poem oa: I Why are K. Jl. S. and G. M. D.
Congress of March 1. 1217.P.bii.bed .
nedys.I No Books II standing on their heads thto. wash?

Stetson Kennedson of the recognize the fact that many' Suppose there were DO books Coald anyone help them oat and:
E.*rr Frlimf By South, whose grandfather fought of inhuman tr nooks 8)
industrial leaders are guilty No books read in cosy (Continued" on PaP
THE GLADES I'HINTING CO. !.*. 'for the Confederacy and whose an- in their' mind
and unjust actions No books 4 feed the hungry

CARR SETTLE. PablUaer cstors pioneered the region (two dealings with labor and that some And teach ;the art of being kind First Light Bills-.
of whom signed the Declaration of 1 law enforcement hour away
are aided and abetted by No books |o while an
Fabaerl.ti.e Rated Independence) has written a book officers, but I have found To link tsjlay with yesterday; .

O.e Year __ $2.50 "Southern Exposure" which purports this to be the exception rather than No books i. charm us for a white, (Continued from Page 1)

SU M..t" _..____ 11.2 to be the "Truth" about the the rule. I do not subscribe to the To bring f tear or lure a smile chance calls for frame waits covered .'
"best-Ued-abont'region in America." "New Deal" philosophy that ALL But there tare books, praise God with transite. an .....toa-

anything GOOD that so-and-so's and that cement composition material instead -
If there is employers are above; !
Bad Amendments might be said about the South, all who work for wage are down- And if have books sad we of concrete block as at first

you won't find it in Kennedy'sbook : trodden and abused have proposed sad considered by the

In vigorously opposing the two I I which Is patterned after Carl- We have ha* too many speeches I We C&D with other tom; board a* beta* too brittle for satisfactory -

MsUroen.ial constitutional amend-, son's "Undercover aad equally as sad too man? books that violently For 'tia b, DOt crowns. 't service Plans were made

nttats. No 4 and No. 5 on next I biased The throe hundred odd' portray OM side or the other in make kings.sOIH0)IOUile181647. to send members of the board to .
the Fort Myers is of labor W.-fc... **"' to confer with officials
Tuesdays ballot paces of "Southern" Exposure" connection with the cause I f ---;-- f
T +vs-Press includes a point of toed devoted to picturing the South as I and management or with race and of BKA bat ODe of these officials ;

interest. The Okeechobee flooesatrol <| rotten to the core steeped in ignorance color. They aid nothing to the solution A 1'0& will he here instead within a few :'

board which has state jurianktion stinking with disease lawless of those problems but only I AnOSYmosa day to disease the construction

over the cross-state waterway intolerant and insane to the serve to further widen the breach i The ores are a very good detail* sad reach an agreement

has on deposit in the state I point that it has infected the entire and inflame we group against an cyue, they never give out which will be mutually satisfac

treasury some $50.000, at present in nation. other. sass 1 tory.

the form of government bonds Based in its entirety on half- The South has no comer OB selfishness our h room teacher is Miss

which is being held against the truths and innuendo it attemptsto greed, hate and intoler Rush and e is awfully nice to LWOXL NOTICHBor !

day when the government proceeds so horrify the reader with tales 1 ance. You find these ugly forces uss. i
with further improvement of arising their evil heads wherever It..ta itfTlt
i of brutality injustice greed, ava- Now tin Is our smart
the waterwa and will require the rice and hate as practiced by mankind ahmes or deliberates Wilson Ci to his aut cUM 'eraclq. To the:\: Sheriff; of Gladea HLalCr1N\County, of j t

purchase of land for right-of-way Southerners in their dealings with whether it he the Paris Confer Is always And Cleveland the the State or Florid.: "

aad spoil banks. It amendment No the Negro, the sharecropper, the ence table, the directors room of Hancock O. K., be has never Secretary Bon It known of State That of the L R.of A.Florida Gray ,

5 should paas this fumd would go laboring man and toe underdog sato a corporation or the Labor Temple been abse a single da). do hereby give notice that a Z

into "oae big pot" from which it turn the stomach of a "gentle" Hazel 1 tt will make a go! R.'EIUL P&SR"r10will \ ''

could be appropriated out at the reader, so naive as to swallow it Books are written to sell and when she finds her self a beaa, of Florida be held on In Tuesday Glade. County next succtedM State- :

will of- the- legislature It might. whole .. an accurate and authentic the smart author has learned that and Gen Whidden zeta along i the first Monday in November. A. :
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indeed, be transferred to the lob revelation of fact. muck-raking filth and abuse are ;'iilatle girto and you'll never i'" ..... the said Tuesday being the ';
---------1 I Milk Day .( '.,e.loer f
bying account of the board which profitable ingredients when mixed Wthont canalThe
Reviewing the history and background see her her For United States Senator.
represents the Ute on behalf of adroitly in a manuscript. Mr. Kennedy vey studious Joy Summerswill For Representative of the SixthCongressional
of most any section of the
District of the State of
the Ocala canal. Then when needed I will in all probability make ;
the aewcom-
country one could assemble a book alw welcome Florida In the Eightieth Congress of ""
down here, the 11 counties of a lot of money from "9o.trBEXpoIIure" I the United States. :.
equally as critical and damaging, For Two Justices of the Supreme ;
district would be told to re- at the expense of his ers.Next student
this if in doing so they went out of ernes oar Latin i Court of the State of Florida. .
sume the levying of taxes to get native South, but he will have to [ F who will make ago For Two Railroad CiMMUlMiloners of ;
decent, Donald mam
their way to ignore every
I he State of Florida.For .
It back. live with himself and I am content and
worth while, kindly and courageous in tit land of Stardom, I State Senator for None (27th)
In similar jeopardy is the citrus act of a people and carefully that the authorship is his and not there Is Maude' Click whom we Senatorial. District of the State of lFlor14la.

advertising fund. This belongs exclusively I confined the manuscript to a sordid mine. all think to a cut little chick. For ODe Member of the House of
to growers- and goes review of everything unworthyand Now WBK$ Jisamte Cram has his Rep _DtatJye. of the State of Flor

through the state treasury only as vile. >- Iratt7 j ep-we [guarantee there'll be no kla.For Two County CosxmlaslonerB
a matter of form. But while it is sleep. W all love our "Lovable"Jeanne Districts Two and Four.
I do not contend that the ,
;,r going through, amendment No 5'' wrongs injustices and evils dealt SCHOOL DAZE vko you have all heard (Board For of Two Public Members Instruction.of the Districts County

: would permit diversion to other 1 with by Mr. Kennedy do not exist and seen*' One and Three
I enterprises, such as the marketingof STAFF Matildas temper to not at all For Justice of the Peace in and for
nor do 1 attempt to condone or
'; hogs and hominy a couple of make light of them, but I do contend Editor ___-. _no __ Tracy AngcAssociate bad, 'cau e If it was, it would make the None.feUewlog Justice District, via:

items in which North Florida legislators that it is unjust and unfairto Editor Bettie ICoblnsonSnooKT us all sid. and now for Milton For Constable in and for the following

nave much more interest condemn and malign a whole __.__ __. _.___ ?????? Pollard J e la a dream. he to OB In Justice Districts ivhereof vii: N....
TMtfmony I bare Rothunto
: than they have in citrus. section or a whole people for the Sports _-._.- -- ____. Char Clayton our footlall team, oh yes, we must set my hand and affixed the

J Advocates of the amendment evil and unrighteous actions of a Tommy Wayman mention Bobby Sexton too if we Great Tallahassee Seal .of the the Capital.State 01 thU Flertd*, at
\ theflrst
f admit this could be done but say few. Personalities ____ Opal IlanlereonKathleren didn't, he would be awfully blue. day of September. A. ft. xf{{.
it it wouldn't Nevertheless something McLaughlin Continued In the next l*...e.
For action of intoleranceand R. A.
exactly similar has been every Campus Roter T. Jean Dupree Secretary ef T.k
abuse of the Negro so vividly
done. It will be remembered that Ruth Clone .'nESnJ.EWS To Hoa. J. 1. W kgg.ias.
recounted in Mr. Kennedy's bookI
( when the drivers' license fee was Question of the week Dean Heflln By Mildred Close I !!ept. )'fJ1J '! ) l
can produce ten of kindness
consideration I
4 j first enacted at 50 cents it was Typists' -=-___ Bettie Hobinson We new know who the freshman
and justice displayed by
I represented as for the purpose off 1)0)Ie Ball queen h!! Joyce Click The freshmen
Southerners in their dealings with
i f l paying for a state road patrol. The the Negro.In Jean Dupree I think they have made a wise: Tallahassee October 11. IM4 ltatia '

road patrol never got even half of Sponsor ___ Ml* Dot Williamson, choice in electing Joyce aad she XOTICiJNOTIC'E'

the revenue, it having been diverted lauding the cause of organized has chosen Rupert Ball as kin*.
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labor and condemning employersof "
I. Skat
by Tallahassee for all sorts of All of the freshmen are working hereby give the
the South for so-called unfair Trustees of UK Internal Improvement
things. And these things needingmore PEW..OHLlTl' hard to get votes for their candidates Fond of the State of F1viiq. Purvant -
money, the drivers' license labor relations practices, Mr. Kennedy Join the "Schtol Dazers" and for they fully believe she will to Law will offer for ask for

was increased to $1 so that loot finds it convenient to com- lets join the personality quiz of the not only be a good queen for the objections, at 11:M only o'clock. in Tallahassee A. M November, Florida

from the fund would be greater. pletely overlook all of the evils week The subject happens to be a 9th grade but for the entire If. m. for land in GLADES COUNTY
practiced by labor aDd its leadersin senior who stands five feet five described as follows:
The gas tax was similarly raidedat school. Approximately 20 acres of lake ,
their dealings with employersand
inches. for the and
As weight
almost every session until the age bottoM land in the W* of NW' i'
their utter disregard of the we can't say for Ae won't give us SNOOPER!! Section 21, Township 42 South.
it.
Holland laws put a stop to public welfare. Range 39 Ea t. lying North and
that information. She baa brown
-! Amendment No. 5 would put what Why couldn't Oeraldine go to the i adjacent to tbeJ. R Frteraoa
little is left to the road departnent Florida sharecroppers got a taste shall we say curls hair and grey party Sunday with Milton? I hear home place Said tract is bounded
of Union tyranny and injustice: on the West by the county read
also mouth
eyes a nicer shaped I
into a grab bag where a majority ; her brother wouldn't let her. Wonder adjacent to Feeder Canal No I
during the war when left their
I bloc in the legislature would they Her favorites ale as follows: why 'I TIle Purchaser .. required to pay
farms and sought work in the cities the advertising coat
color blue aport.tbuketbaJl and
; ; Why are the boys teasing Joy S.
it instead
decide where to spend THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT
They were gouged for work- for food, she likes lit all, especially
of the road board. South Florida I about going to the show KtTJD reserve the right
ing fees dues sad + I
permits, assessments shrimp : to reject the sale
has never got its shut of the road Why to E. M. S. so happy this
i and held their jobs, if Of all the actlvi pastimes from BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal
money and will get less if those i week! Could it be because of Improvement Fund of the State
I controlling they were lucky enough to get one which to choose, be has selected j something that happened Saturday of Florida ':;
who usually succeed in -
after buying a "permit to work"at Millard Caldwtrll.. Governor.
loafing M hers. However she Is not
the legislature have their sav.Js'o. I( night? AttettI .
the mercy of a labor over-lord inactive after *nJ 1 She Is EditorinChief -1 ,
r Elliot.r
A. R nand T C. to
5 is obviously a dangerous Why were
k; who hire ,
could and fire then at of Sec- Tru-te e I I Fund
amendment and should be defeat will and did when suck action enabled oar Stfiool paper I angry at the party last Sunday Oft 18.2;,. \e 1-8-15 I

; ed. That also for No.4, whichIs retary Treasurer of the Senior _____u___ u_______
goes
him to replace the luckless
Class, and one of the Cheerleader I
a roapaanton piece It vats the chap with a newcomer and another of Moore Haven High. I

I '*OHe big pot" would yield. "initiation fee." She's an all around person anJ '

j! There is nothing wrong with I hold no briefs for the Tal- well liked by everyone-need I tell Ii PASTEURIZED MILK

"coBtiBuing appropriations." That madges, the Bilbos, the Raakins or you her name, i iSNOOPFIH i
simply means that taxes be utilis the Daniels with their creeds of --

ed for the purpose for which they hate" and intolerance" and their as- !

were raised; in the case of the I wonder vfat Betty Strickland I Delivered Daily To .

I neat of the cross-state waterwayand lion to support the activities for when he '
goes"to eat dinner with
in the case of the citrus fund !i Which itas levied and there is her Snnday ; Your Doorsteps

for advertising: Fl.'rich fruit Thi 1 hoth Miami legal and moral grounds Was that mtsic or aviation you

money continues a)* jn appiopm-! + f'r that.
: were studying the other night D. I PHONE 176
".! It must hive been interesting

I Wonder what likes Johnny Carl- i
son besides Jackie Bailey Could I I North Francisco St, Clewiston, Florida I /

it be Glenora )HcDufffe

Eddie, you putter watch out

Jimmy Cram it trying to take her.


1 1FLAMINGO[ O inme Wonder to school whypUdfe the Bailey other didn't day'Tnuld


didn't come it be! because' Joyce Click I Attention VeteransIf .

Who was courting D. S. beneath

j hi window a rectal night not !


FEED long I ; hear ago. J. B. Is tired of her fel- I wish show
a IDAIRY f- I low you to your appreciationfor

Why to Jaekm B. trying to get
4 Milton P.! What hiisisasd Johnny -I your Terminal Leave pay, go to the

and Concentrated Feeds .

D. S., who full you to turn out I polls on November 5, and vote for Dwight

Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users the lights and go to bed* Learn to J '
obey ord..... L. Rogers for congressman. \!
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FOR SALE IN THIS AREA AT DEHYDRA1IXG PLANT PC I wonder why Jimntie Click wa I

MOORE HAVEN gone to Fort Myws this weekend -,

? Heard he went to. see his girl f Congressional ( ,
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) friend. J Democratic Committee


MOORE HAVEN, FLORID Tim:JUMOlta Lb1.a1Y,5tety I of the Sixth DistrictP.GE .. ,.i. "

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MeeMtt{-fir: KK-x-H tfiSrt-0.4'C-o rfii t = ; e = a a QeD ; ; ; ;q 1I | Parent-Teacher Ass'n i and $S..18 to .te..eniary scaooli i FOR ..s.LEFI8e Gaerastv cow

for a total of $17S.21, This to-1 I See C. H.. Settle.

Has Membership Drive dadw the amount raked ia the! r

I TERSONALaruL SOCIETY I various clafits ta the primaries. I!II
The local Parent-Teacher Association i
I which named the class candidates Dr. W. Matthews
has started a membership 1
4X0 I The various candidates sad their : :
drive under the chairmanship of I.
escorts were as follows 12th '
: grade
Mn J. B. Cox who has sent the I .. . :,----. .
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Opal
Rauienoa
.. and Tommy Way.
+}4+}04.--. iti"iti-iirt}+L4. r : : following form letter to student f
every -
man; eleventh grade Elizabeth
J. P. Tatum of Jaeksonrille was:1, Her and Mrs Gail Saith left of the local Moore Haven Jones and James Click: tenth trade: eterinarian, lam es tabii&hcel y

I risking friends here Sunday Monday to make thsir home fnSaraaou school The next P.-T. A. meetiag I Jeaae Heflht and Joha -Braunaa. !

I He bas been pastor of will be held OB November 8. past : ninth grade; Joyce Click and Ru-1 i I practice in Ctwwi-tMt. Office
)lr. and Mrs Schroeder were 1 the First Baptist Church here for poaed a week becaaae of the Halloween I Pen Ball
1JIn. ; eighth grade: Glora I hears 4 *. 6 P. >l_ daily exftIIt -
visitors Tuesday in Miaal more than a year. Carnival I Pollard and Tommy Cook, seventh 11I

"Oar P T. 4. fa offering a prim!grade: Joaaa Compton and J. L.J 1: SuBdar. Orflce pile tNFo.'RkilhlMle .
Cecil Crew, of Sebriaa; was Mrs. J. o Rodgers | leaving today I to the room whose students bring Raulerson I ; sixth grade: Doris Hw-:

a wMk-rad visitor ia Moon Hs>- for her home ta;-Aekevflle. NC I in the most members to oar organization grave aDd Sammy Thompson; fifth .': plone. 1::' \

en. after spending tbs past two i so students get out and grade: irma Clemens and Glen Hef-\: I

-- weeks with her daughter Mrs Ray see how many new members yon lira fourth grade: Helen H&dleyaad .

Mrs. Frances Hardy attended the. Donald Gantt and sir Gantt. I can get i, Fisher Ange. third eradeCheryl : i

jHoaMcomiag football game in "Get your parents both mom ghrrtUii and Johnny sell :
Gainesville last .....ad. Mn R. T. Heffner sped son, who' and dad-to j.'in. Tell them this en. second grade Andre\ L..ni-i 1
hare been visiting her ..r- t.s. Mi ford
aDd Walter
is a good wax 10' find out just how Poilard, 'ir r'
Mr. and Mrs. J. a Qaontin re-| retuned" their child or children are doing grade; Sasaaae Fleming 11,; j r!.a: : tin.FLAME c SIA1Z55II 3O".3 Y"JO'fi00t5
Friday from visit his Ya... .
tuned a at I in their school work and will bring / Ors M.r..r w.
home ia Teaaaasee nesdaay }fr. and Mn Flanders
the home and -cfeool into closer
accompanied them horn, Mrs Flanders
IAhl'-lUddI.-lIcKay: ,
: relationship billfold t c itaining '
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Mr sad Mrs. L E. totes and remaining to spud the bal .
"Our P. T A meets once a maaey Finder return 'c'II. a ..tv..wvr.wrr. .,
ales of the week .c. + .wr
Bfchard aft Mrs Dawniac were ... Lucy Lee Bowen and Th'en"reward.
month in the school Library and ;=;:= =
Tiattan ta MiaaUMn. 9niay. it out, .r -
"' other held SiiiSiS-J1"1
Jimmie Doll Wi wM hbeen every meeting is at
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in Merchant lrtne 8eniee night. so that the fathers can get -I a2Z A aou rROCUCrs co.
L. E. ZeWstrof aaraanttYtstted
there too. IP Tot HUH MMHi m)Q cash to
for mere than a 1-014 and has Ti&-
frteadc here sue tie week- .1
lied almost "We always have something good invest, you can own your home
ead every 01 Ute 5718 Park \n.. \V Xt'wor'", >Y. a
globe OD his first t4. arrived the! to eat at our night meetings (especially aad also owa income property that
latter for the mea.) will pay balance of cost of thisproperty
of Iaat.w and
pan upects I
Mn.
Mr. aad S I. runes and
to remain here uatil The dues for aembenJaip'are with monthly payments
at home
_ <* Mead of BM: Gallicwere I
a party;
like
reat Total of home and .
the first of January.H.In only SOc per year. so students re-I coat
& MtMv acre BaYy. member the prize for the room income property' is $111seo.oo. If I Mark R. Tennant ILaee.sed

'T TR.UM r IOX whose students brlag in the most. interested write to Property Owner
; Mr. act Mn. L. M LIlly and HH. .
: IUs OO\'KIUID JM f1l'rt..R: memben, and see if you can make Box U. Winter Garden. Florida. j'
Brww ia Fort
were v1utaet
ayau Friday \T J't'HlJ JK\h11s HOiiE yow room' via.Aayoae 11-1-8 I Real Estate Broker

. is eligible to Join not GLADES COUNTY LANDS l

< .... J. W. Crass, Mn Paul WU- The Adult -3 meaibenof I only mom and dad tat all of your \;C.t\TED Experienced kitchen r
the Baptist Uafoa entertained friends sad neighbon P.a 607 Congress Bldg. Miami Fla.
soa Mi JteaUe DM Wftoaa were A large helper and two waitresses References -

" vhrttota ta Tamps in MeadayMr. the with I T. A membership will be a boost required Good salaries t
.. covored dish sappe at he home oYr. t for oar school GLADES CAFE.

': tad Mn. W. J. Strickland and Mrs. Fred ..JrmTaee- "Oar next regular meeting will

Jr, aad ehfldrea are pfadlni. a day night be held on November 8th at '7 : SOP
waeaiiM at palate to Arhaasa The food was attnctively arranged M i. I t
oa tables nlaci I on the t r

-\I *T. tad Mr-*.-Join- Brows andehfldrea frost lawn. After iijoylng the "This oa membership November Sth drive at 7;will: r. beheld P. MARKETTE'S RADIO APPLIANCE t

aid Mr and Mrs Otto many pod eats the a alts retired I M .
to the living room tot a business H
WOna wets ia Port Myers Satar- SALES
'. meeting and the Ads Training ?hie membership drive will be
'i day. oa until oar last meeting in December -
talon was reorcaaised Sad the fol CLEWlsTON, PL.\. !
:'" -- lowing officers were Reeled: Mrs. so lets ail wok for a big-
i Mia Margie Cram rotancd Sunday -
Georgia Willtngham \ president; ger and better P. T. A." I
to TaDaaatixafter speadiag Dealers For
Mr*. Minnie Wilson, rtte-president
the wt--.d with her parents, )fro ;
MM Lillian Cram aad' Mrs. Elsie School CarnivalContinued
act Mn. J. W Cram. -
Jordan group captains; 1M.. Doyle Cyclo Power Lawn Mowers

Lilly, Bible reader leader. Mn W.
gtasl SMOs mmraed home Moa- from Page 1)
L. Bryant and Mn baa Swind- t
day tron his latest voyage as a enjoyed by a nice crowd. ". ,e j For Immediate DeltTflJ' .
lenders Wrs Jessie
Mere Mit Marta Senaaa. this time all. mtoskmary
The various classes had different
Starfrto Mrs W. T. Ball. Mrs Annie I
:' to Ft**** and Ireland concessions on the grounds' which $159.50
Bell Jenkins and Mri Ola Sex: .
tea. social Iea4efp. }In. leesHowdsebttl were all well patrMteed during the Fuel Oil Heaters for Immediate' Delivery* .
'-'. Pied Jeakfc; refer*** SeederDes *er tsryAmoag ..r eve&lag There were two food
a week's hasfauifls trip toAteh those booths offering hoi dogs sandwiches -
atteadmc were:
.1 psilaa a *.a and to Craw- Florence Dnpree Thomas Brynt.i coffee, pie. etc: the cakewalk 3-Month' }Factory Guarantee.
feed....t., lac. !
; .i Harry Laagdale Barbara Ann Dn- where many lovely cakes were\ (
awarded to i" Irene ; pree. Ann Crews. Wilma Strick-
Misses Scott and WandaYoder the ring for etch walk, there was ,
Bal!
Und, Julia Mae Jordan Grace .
: arrrred hone. from StetsoaUarrerstty the usual booth for tossing balls at r
Annie Pearl Bryant Nelda Howdesbeil -
I ta DeLand TharedayBight the dolls, a fortune teller a house
Elmer Cor
Eugene Brrant
tar a ...-.. at home of horrors and the bingo stand
dan Bryant Laura Bell Bryant.
f: Marioa Vowell. Robert Dupre. offering many nice prizes was fill Get the Habit of Shopping IJC _
I. M. E. MorrioM was in St. Petersburg Wanda Howdeshell Jessie RothBranson ed thl'O.1Iao1lt.' the evening I

Sunday to meet his mother Rupert Ball, John MackBraaaaa. A 76-lb. pig, was raffled off and

:: who had horn speadmc the Eric Howdeahell Mrs. A. won by Mrs. Charlie Johnson of I T-A

,;A rammer ia Michigan, and who win, O Howdeehell Mn W. T. Ball. Lakeport who, immediately put its I The .( 111- 1

:' ape.d the wiater hen.tiz I Doreas Ball. Brewtoa Ball MrsGeorge ap tor tactics; a turkey was won

.' Stnrgis Mr. aid Mn W. L.WetJaeri.toa. by T. J. Dapree and a duck!: was "Family i Fort

:; Miss Margaret Van De Velde left' .... aad Mrs. M C. won by Larry Hardy Mrs Best of %

". Sunday for Cottece Ga% where she: Vowell Jerry Vowels Eleanor Lakeport wot the angel food cake Dept. Myers,

ia atteadtec school, after the weekend -I Vowell. Betty Loa Tucker Mrs. J. baked by Mel D C. Gorman

at home with her .....ts. Mr W. Cram, L. M Lilly: MnL.il. A complete financial report has Store"' Ha. t

and Mra. lee Van De Velde.Mrs. Lilly Mr and Mn W. L. Bryant not been worked up at this time,

Jr, Mn. J. C. Swindall, Mrs. R hat while the total will likely be

Christine Tall of West C. Jordan and Julia Mae Jim taie eider but ydtrs all-time high. it

Pate -.. with the State Depatmeat Cram aid Mr. and Mrs. Jeakins.Fishing aaaean proMhle that the school) Easy Terms Purchases $10 More
"I.-J of Education ia Charge of will have aettad a nice amount from on or

acaool laachrooms visited the local I Visitors I.I the evenings 'entertainment

; it laaehroom one day last week I i The total raised from the queen I l Her FROM oin r.Ir.'la--ot cr UHMXW items J I

' Among the visitors to William I contest was t*&.55 in high school ..gtf

.,; Mrs W. I. Bella\ "ufft'f'j a ': Hunting sad Fishing Lodge here I|I

f-3f. fractured honin 'wr 111zht, wu': : doing the past two weeks include I :>> i l Q';; :l 'E';' ..:: :B J >>'ti. _
: and ura..iriFd !" "::131 J : 'ntshs i Mr. and Mrs. Beacher Mr and |
: t last TPtrsdati, ;. '., f' ... ih : Mrs Gene Haasoa of Ciacinnat.

.a'r". 'her Ohio: Mr act Ml* J. M
\ r..1' Philadelphia P-. O S. ;0\ ,"' -

:: nl Jude Saadera of Braden:." ,

.t" Ii C Quortee aid )I. A. Slap-. \ i in our

:. \'..mi. C. C. Fry and I Don' i;cia :

: k-on. Miss.. M M Atea rFrank

-- '. I M. TiBfey of MaionH i Repair Department

K, Fraak sad F E Faf -

.\tlaa... Ga.. Mr and M r=

:,Hof Tampa, Al Kempter. \i
i Holds A Certificate
:-' ."-iran and B. F. Randy of
r..de1itOo. W. Mara and J F

-/.i ." .....4 Bamer of CtaeaBBOti Ohio, B B i Of Proficiency
un
:.ii.._., Morris of J..... T.... E D i

":-l' \.UUY rre\ADh' :: : : Murhn Tampa C. J. Ckrtetianrasota ; In CHEVROLET Repair Work -

Sonja Henie-John Pavn" J. A. au and. E vClairborne
.. I Tampa Dewey T. r-p

; kins and ion of BradeataaThr .
: e eight poeM.bass --e : To keep that car running have your repairs made by

1;. .WO. caught hy Al Keaapter who.. ha QUALIFIED mechanics in a well-equipped to han-
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hiM. tt "..... \or. i... made several trips here to :o i
fI/-;.. m.. .\Cl"" the fishm i die any job on any make car-large or small.
Happy Cook sad] J. A Mulim!
Geo. Rart..gy1Tia Sidney been havtag their share o!
have
Just Received-Large Shipment of Seat
Cartoon fan with the oaoak at Omna

Locks daria 1M past few weeks

FTL 5e.t.01". : $-' lODe day they MSg* sine b% tie Cover -1111 Makes and Models
Democat office an vejghiag more

-ROM\NCK OFF>T- than ten .-... whlrahoaM
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have glees (bom aioaty of spot

Eddie--Dean for the day i Christian Chevrolet Co.

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using the food grinder for Before baking your next macaroni

Roots to Take Hold in JapanBy c vr tioR1CE .uts, raisins glazed fruits, add a ,,I and cheese casserole, add twc
favorite
the flour. This keeps them from !I tablespoonfuls of your
;ticking in the grinder. pickle relish. Gives it extra Of

-.- and Savor you will like .
AFTER watching the scramble Steel knives -.-
.\ left in hot water
By world series seats and hear- lose metal mesh or wire
nay their handles.A Never use
Sem Analyst end Comm RI
ing of the record demand for every -.- scrapers to clean enameJw&re

WNU Service, 1616 Eye Street N.W., Germany and Japan lived in a semi game that teams like Army Michi- felt blackboard eraser will doa utensils as they discolor, scratch,
Washington D. C.WASHINGTON.Recently. feudal atmosphere for centuries. O. gan and Notre dandy Jub of cleaning the top or may even chip the enamel!
I one of course, the Germans belonged ti Dame play one begins }f a kitchen range. -.-
but sine. to wonder how I
western civilization ever .
Japan's liberal newspapers took oc- Choose thread a shade darker
casion to admon- 1870 they grew under what amounted many are overeagerfans turned Place breaded chops or cutlets ;' than the fabric you are iminting.

ish its readers to a military dictatorship in I away in the courseof gel ". in the refrigerator for several The result will be a better match

against substitut- highly disciplined society a subservience rigid a year. 8 lours before they are cooked. ]; to the eye than if the thread wen
ing General Mac. class system th complete The waste in the They win hold the crumbs better. j exactly the same shade.
In these respects -
to authority. .
Arthur for the matter of specta-
similar.
Japan is
emperor as an tors runs far into
Like after World War NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS
object of rever Germany, the millions. In
ence. The paper t I, Japan has suffered a crushing defeat fact, it will surpass ;. I
pointed out that has deposed an emperor, has I I
manv hundreds: r\t
MacArthur was a bsoiutely' no training in democrat. millions Since on GrantlandRlce Pinwheel/ / / Medallion a Beauty
symbol of democ- t ic organization or democratic action
certain big occa- For coba.a0 mset. eo ess si ra ego
racy, but not a no experience in parliament.ary sions far more people are turned Ion: for a atardYr resaa. sae ...
living god. In government as we know it. Political ; 1'.1 ma Nr bn dIrIcUoDI 111. eeHc ....
ad-
so away than the number of those ". ..aIIdMa.Due .
;
doing, the editur parties organized in the sense mitted. N ar s,' *. an -..& Tarp dentar
touched on a that we know them were utterly The Red Sox office in Boston told r current eisdlNns. nightly -: lase:
strange to both nations and botl required to Ala seders for far d .
matter of deepsignificance me that, with room enough, the Bos- most pepuJar ........
to Baukhage peoples lived under an economy anda ton seat sale for the World Series I rj rjR Send your Offer to:
'
the future of Japan society based on the support mor would have passed the 500,000 mark.
and one which poses one of the ally and materially, of a huge arm) This means that about 80 per cent '% ern :'ot,1 Sewing tick Neeieaist
greatest problems of the occupation. and navy. of the ticket applicants were turned 564 W. KMHMtii. IlL CMcaC TiaEarfaM .
I doubt if most people realize it. These are some of the difficulties away. cam far ......
which the Weimar faced No
republic
This situation was revealed to me Army feels confident that it could
by a very earnest and very widely and the young Japanese democracy have played before more than 250- N -

experienced observer just back I is facing. Strong antidemocratic 000 at Ann Arbor, if Michigan hada Addr-

from Japan. The burden of his influences represented by big busI- 250,000 stadium and just as cer- S r-aL..: rI
and the of blood
theme was the strange unreality I ness aristocracy tain it could play before dose to a
r which seems to envelop the life of and uniform, common to Japan and! million in the Notre Dame game. $4Jb.f3ic .i U. S. Naval Ships SikWithoutTraceinlateW4
at least latent in the
Germany,
i are
stands
the Japanese people like a mist. Let Unfortunately when earlier

me give you, as nearly as I am able I ormer. ,, were built no one saw the possibilities i .
But the !
the gist of his impressions, supple- perhaps greatest parallel of any such public demand.
mented by other current reports of danger in Japan today-and the Certainly New York didn't where r In the first World War only one

on-the-spot observers.The thing that eventually destroyed the there is no such bowl as so many surface ship of the U. S. Navy dis-
Weimar republic-is the economic
remarkably successful record I I other cities have. appeared! without trace-the collie
situation inflation
made by General MacArthur in one produced by i Los Angeles can handle 103,000 at i Cyclops which was not equipped
year's occupation of Japan can be Many students of history feel that I her Municipal stadium, with Pasa- I with radio.

written down on the credit side of Hitler never would have gotten even ;j dena only a few miles away, able : But in the recent war, four U. S.
a start in Germany if it had not beet'or ,> ''
America's postwar undertakings i to put away over 90000. With SantaI 'naval vessels, which were
the chaotic condition caused
It is, nevertheless only a beI I the terrible inflation. bj I Anita and Hollywood set for racIng I equipped with radio, likewise van-
ginning. Unless the structure is i Inflation | Los Angeles is well in frontI : i i-hed mysteriously destroyers
is of
completed on the foundation we today one Japan'sgreatest I so far as accommodations for the Jarvis Pillsbury and Edsall and

bave laid all of our work will go problems. human frame are concerned. i the gunboat Asheville.

for nothing.On Economic Chaos Philadelphia and Chicago have
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the negative side we have disarmed 100,000 plants at the Sesgeiceatennial -
If Japan and destroyed its mili- Breeds Controls stadium and Soldier field.

tary machine. We have taken over It is quite possible that the Wet },ea7 W
Its industrial power. The business mar republic, even under the best I New York's Big Parks y
monopolies have been broken conditions and with the material and to reline stvffintll IAYilO
up. i\ But their ball parks are too mea- ,
moral assistance of the democratic
; On the positive side, according ;, ger, along with so many other
.1 '
i nations (which it did not get) never
=
to MacArthur's own report, "the cities. Ice '
would have succeeded. On the other '
average Japanese no longer cringes The Yankees have the only ball
in the presence of the police or other hand it never had a fair trial, 1! park that can seat 70,000 fans. Polo THIS pinwheel medallion will If .
for economic chaos forced the die nose s eah1s
} beauty into up mr
public authorities; his home has be- grounds and Briggs stadium are new your

come his castle; he registers his about on a par at 58,000. Outsideof borne! Easy to crochet, it makes !;:.
opinion on public issues, uncon- these places, few ball parks can elegant doilies; when joined, large roidmIt's

trolled except by his own conscience; seat more than 35,000 with any comfort er pieces. ..
he enjoys the right of assembly and Public interest in sport almost wonderful how a little Va-tro-nd

petition; he worships as he chooses ip:. every variety of sport, has up each nostril relieves jtuffy transientcongestion.
In accordance with his individual grown far beyond seating or even U you need relief tonight:
Sound Film in Reverse
try flu Follow
direction In package
religious faith; he enjoys the un- -.tindmg: : space. They can handlefar
trammeled right individually or collectively bigger crowds ii England and Eases Report of Shot VKKSVATCOHOiEXTRA
to demand correction of Sc tiand because hillsides often are
unjust labor practices; electoral dis- 4: used. In the matter of football or
erimination has been removed." Z atV baseball, it is difficult to build sta- How the sensitivity of the hunan
That is probably literally true. diurrs that could handle more than : ear may be changed instantly j YOUR fGjGQ

But it does not tell the whole story y 110 WQ) or possibly 125000 spectators. and radically is demonstrated by O

\ for, according to my informant, When crowds reach or pass these i sound film recording of a revolver e
I there are indications that the pi ogress marks, too many spettators are too shot, says Collier's. When the %
made, the reforms achieved i.:, far away from the scene of een&itt :him is run forward the loud report
the political, economic and social or contest. But there is vast room makes the ears insensitive to other 1

life of the country, are only forms, for improving conditions, where sound waves that follow with derreasing I

and it will take a long time-many snace too often is much too limited. intensity.

z years-before those forms can be The Michigan stadium at Ann Arber When the film is run in reverse, r Zi0
.hardened into enduring substance. \Ic .*.s all strictly college facilities :only a soft swish is heard because i
1 The reason for this is that the life with room for slighty over 86.WO these sound waves successively increase z CyG'P

af the individual Japanese and acts spectators. With over 180,000'appli- : in intensity and so condi- SECIIR D 0
Dl their government, actually are cations for the Army-Mirhifan: :lioi the i.rs in a cr''.t second

laminated by a supreme power __-------------- same, you can see haw inadequate Sit the i ; -rt> .t'-clf is rot detect IRA SAVINT'Sr
which while it is not constantly this Is.Jut able.
ble is no less potent-that is Visi-I GENERAL 'lacAItTIICRtatorship. what will be lone about the
power of the U. S. occupation situation is a story for the future --- .
There time t
was no <
:
with lack of space ad also lack of
i Recocer From establish in the minds of the people ,
building material. But many an
or in the processes of government GOOD BREAD!
a Stunning Lot i owner or promoter has wasted \
a real, solidly built democratic philosophy. :
of all the
ia tainting
a sigh
At first the Japanese were utterly It is inconceivable thai many
stunned by the suddenness of their without a long peripd of educationthe lost gold from so many millions
crowded out.
crushing defeat. Gradually they dis- Japanese can evolve politically *
Wrtered that they were being well I
treated and they assumed a co-opet- never |I Too Much Baseball ;M.iI I SSE

ativt attitude, an almost servile America's greatest bulwark oi \ There was a good deal of talk, ftt/tJ;
loyalty, obedience friendliness and democracy is conceded to be the during the rece&tseries, about how

an apparently complete sympathy public school. baseball is extending its playing season sell
Kith the Americans. But that does A whole new curriculum must be j deep into football's brief weeks.

not mean they actually have ab- laid down for the Japanese. At present ; Then too, there's the matter of traveling ft A11v
sorbed our culture socially, politically the shortage of books is serious. v

; or otherwise. Nor does it mean The old books are of course, almost j We were wondering what would w A
that they have been able to buildup useless. There is likewise a shortage happen in the future when Los Angeles fj''leisf
any real or lasting structure oft of trained teachers. :1 or San Francisco had to face
their own. An utterly exotic democratic Another factor essential to the Boston or Brooklyn. eStl

k culture has suddenly been growth of a democratic governmentis A world series that roDs back and f
superimposed upon them. It would security, without which-tadividtta] : forth from ocean to ocean could be
t be absurd from the standpoint of effort cannot flourish. much worse than this shift from St
I human psychology or human experi Today in Japan no Japanese worker :' Louis to Boston and back.

ence to expect that Japan an almost is sure that his wage in the rapidly The Mississippi isn't nearly as faraway

t feudal nation, a land of powerful deteriorating currency will provide from the Atlantic ocean as the THERE'S NO LOST ACTION WITH FRESH YEAST _. .
p tradition and a thoroughly oriental him a livelihood. No industrialist Pacific ocean is.

f viewpoint, could possibly about-face is certain he will have pur- Tbe main fact is that baseball is And Fleischmann'a. fresh Yeast goes right to work

t hi a period embracing even decades. chasers and many are not sure their crowding much too far into the foot- because it's actiidy fresh. No waiting-no extra stepsFleischmann's -
Certainly not in years. I factories will be allowed to operate ball season. :
In addition to the wide gulf that : until the question of reparations ii Naturally baseball magnates I fresh Yeast helps give full delicious bread

exists between Occident and orient, settled.In can't see it that way. They have I flavor, tender smooth texture-perfect freshness.
:: there are many obstacles which other words, the Japanese lives failed to realize that football is

it ; stand in the way of the achievement thinks acts, by the grace of a superior now as much of a major sport as I IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, always ask forFleischmann's

_. af a democratic Japan. force, the American high baseball ever was, or ever will be.
Let us look at this conquered command. Remove it, and the antidemocratic If a series happens to run into a active fresh Yeast with the

t country through the eyes of a man forces will be let loose; day or two of rain, those who follow familiar yellow label Dependableuatr?

k who had the opportunity to study, maintain it without a solid foundation both baseball and football see their America's favor e for over 70 yean.F .
t >first-hand, the rise and fall oft of native grown democratic first football game around midsea-
democracy in Germany under the structure springing from the people :' son. This doesn't happen to make

j Weimar republic. It so happened themselves and you are merely removing any sense. Baseball gets its start
,;. that this observer also watched the a substitute for a MacArthuj back in February. It has at leasta

h attempts at the westernization of or an Uncle Sam, or a Mikado, and I' six months' span. Football only
rurkey after the last war. Both another will Quickly be found. asks for two and a half months.

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SCREW SHE1YtS Ala proves that the thing can be done Semi-Formals Need Variety It o
I iOX Tc6EmER UQMI -and with very little trouble and
I &1I '" METAL ANGLES expense too.
You Want Balanced
\ A wopie set or cttetec wta a wands Taste
I 1' alga d count frame always aids itwttnr. ll
tMD to aar room Place these! shelves oo P f
a Ubie or a ctect o/( drawn aDd you ea
nave a reaDy important; place of hit HItfcre .
Oat will go a bog way Mward Maf
I tile tnum a appurasne.Pattern fe, &laaiy Radio Train_InterviewsA i

264 givo comp direetlaM -
..,?... ., "'::' far atae the ntaDr shelves guMe shown for here the tnaw sod ac wuea a tual-is FRIEND of mine confided to A daily radio feature interviews

10MA.c. .sCAllO'iFROtfT ," deRIDed fa aunpte curves tkt may to me recently that she never travelers and not too interesting
-}r PLYWOOD 0"wtn4'VII cat by band may or be wttfc obtained a power by Mediae caw. Thtapatten He meted to have as smart looking I r Smart Striped Suits I ones, on the Twentieth Centory a'

"rPATTERNTHlMCUTI. with nine and address Street to: clothing M her friends although she famous railroad trap We proposean '
OUT WTN:At: SAYOR / spent as much as they did. After extension to other trains; for instance *
A cc SAW MRS. RtTH WT-ETH SPEAKS checking her wardrobe, we found ,- "' the 7:25: from Conk Hofiow
Bedferd BOa, N. T. Droac Urnclw from J: to Birdseed Hills:
season -
that she made oat error
IMPORTANT pieces of furniture I U cent*for PatMa No. SM. to season. Interviewer-This is the Cook Hollow .:;:

1 that give a room an air of distinct I NameAddress. Ifs an easy error to fan into, and ; 7:25! folks. Every afternoon
much : .. at this time we board the old rattlo-
on are in demanc1 and one you may be putty of without
hard to some by. Yet this sketch I perhaps realizing This friend of :r; trap and interview the n'erL'On

mine had found one basic dress that : this train today is Arteraes WI,.*
I gins. What last Ds-
she liked and she bought a similarone your name .

P p' every year even though in a Wiggins? j
4 i Ex slightly different color. Although the I \k Passenger-Wiggins. J:

basic design was becoming to her Interviewer Wen weB, than.
it finally became so monotonous i very interesting. How long hart

: : j c11i'N that she felt she was not having any you been Wiggins, Mr. Wiggles ._
p variety in her wardrobe, as were Passenger-Oh, ever slate I can'
her friends. remember. My folks were Wig'
N Every woman should realize that gmses.

every season requires something Interviewer (eathasia tteaHy)-Is f;

entirely different in the way of color + t.at so! That's exciting yes ixW,

S av0 and design if she k to be complete-I t h deed. Aad when did yon' first go

ly happy about ber ir.to the ofi business

,_ tainly don't suggest that you go: in Passenger-Tm not in the ofl business

for bizarre experiments in clothing, : those spots have always been
i bats: or accessories but there are l'tft' en this suit ..

many attractive odors and styles ( IDte-rYin'.I'-Well, thank yon Mr

from which to choose. Wiggins for a very interesting moment
r k
.
?
J" t A Before you choose your afternoonor in this day coach and wile
semi-formal dress or your going- you shave next week try OK free

out, dress-op dress, whatever name can of Ibdlett's Ruberoo. And now
4A ar you five it, make a list of the kind we have still another teary
of interests and dates you're planning
-
v person cm this trip a George Squibs, tt
to have. Then select a dress sey. What is your name Mr ;
3 that win fit all these purposes as Squiffey? <

J 's well as possible. Paswafer-SquiffeO.laterviewer .
Even though black is smart, doD'trepeat ui .
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taU
SquiffeD
oa
-
0 Rub ia Ilem-Gay for genii/ a. "tLi& a{.::;;.:C l it every time you buy a train! WeD what do kaew.
dress. See what blue do Walters r.,., ar;i striped suiting yoa
speedy rel.ef from cold dsccrsr: E.-n-G-sy cocUr4up : ; ,. navy can about that! TeD the radio audience
for royal blue or a deep was used fur this mart suit by -
to 22 times more f those ;um >.a pa.n.re11ennc you or what business is Carl. .
your ,
ingredients known to every doctor-methyl sahcyiate bright red or perhaps the new gray- Stefan. French gray ia peaefl
sod menthol-than five other widely offered rub-its. beige tone with Jeweled touches striped wool is used with a leans Passenger just run around in

Insist on femana Ben-Cay the original BaurseAnalgesique. about the throat or belt. You'll havea yellow and white for a semi-swa day coaches. -
It acts fast! nice surprise! low-tailed. jacket. The latter has -
i laM bans and a deeply BOtekedcttar. Interviewer (beside himceif
CM! for Palo da.U RHniMA?SM,ImSaI XC8.ud STUUXL Select Dress to PR Give him a hand mss Here is a

Ask fer KM B a-Cy for cb5dres.'v. Your TypeIf man who runs around in day

coaches. (Applause.) Why do you
you are sewing the dress at aware of what the woman used with do this Mr. Squ 1ieh'PaueDluob.
home you can't do justice to either the dress to make it an extremely .
somebody's always
material or pattern unless you realize -
attractive costume. Such accessories
apt to come through with a
limitations with the needle.
your as hats, gloves, jewelry or microphone.
Unless you are experienced in work- lingerie touches can either make or
bag with material, den't choose break a dress. Interviewer-And you l&e to talk
draped styles that may be hard to into microphones? r

handle. The soft, simple dress is Choose Aeeesceries Passenger-Tve often thought I

designed jut for you aDd it need To Enhance DressIf would like it as a career. ;

never lack variety.I Interviewer-You think this won.Jd'be
HOW TO you've attractive received Jewelry some\uouta particularly and a better world. Mr. &nrittsey, U
more people faked into mites on
have nothing which realty goes with
it, there's nothing better than an commuter trains?

BOM ac50as CA.L attractive afternoon dress to set it Passenrei beard Crosby and

06 properly. If toe jewelry is large Hope started that_e_way. ?

and glittery, select sometttaf simple -
and classic to show it off. Interviewer-Thanks, Mr. Squlnk-
suggested by utcmctibc JlctaS, 7
the j make dress that wiD which I am sure the great radioaudience
newspaper of the industry I lacy dickey, a found
truly show it off wet On dresses most uakrue. Havea
cake of soap! We have another e
I
such as these use a very good quality
i
Your best guarantee of interesting passenger here. He's tying
material
1 i simply; hot wen made.
t
a good toy it a good Small tucks or pleats m the bodiceor here across two seats with his f

dealer. Bat today's used / skirt may be used effectively, but shoes off. What's your name?

; t J1 -k cars are often offered by : ,0._, : they should be weD tailored.Laundering Passenger-What's it to you?

carbscooe opemers," or ,- Interviewer Look! (He holds up
-vcUed : I '
t9 "private parties. ,, I the mike.)
iy? f Iben h'S wise to get offappcaraace
Shirts Passenger-That's different! I
,,, s.'ost wit3i the ar.Yon !
sr can : am N. B. Furst-and get those initials -
r .. : .. cyae Washing and ironing a shirtis i N. B.IInteniewerWell
j r } 1 ...try lifkts.1 brakes, wiper, I It not the contrary job it's reputed '
"".". i horn. Allow$10 for repair- t Tfcea too you have your choice to be, even though there are Weft Well!
i;g a broken window. $5 of a silt trimined dress that is easy many older homemakers who Welt! Fancy meeting you in the h

for a dent Alwars. to cat sod pot together. The trim hate the thought of doing the third seat from the icewater tanklj

: ruing m this type of dress may be at rts. There's a trick, or per- How long have you been doing this.

sotaettfeg added to the dress which haps several of them, to doing Passenfer'-Doing what,

is easy to pot on, or it may show the job properly. Interviewer-Doing whatever you
'
2 Shine your flashlight up in sack easy-to-make details do for a living.PassengerI.
a First of aB, make sure the
f '
oa the angina Extra as softness in the shoulders or gathers shirt is eleaa. it throughtwo forgot and. anyhow,
dirty This shows many r { Pit somebody threw out all calea-
aDd tacks in the skirt. washings to make sure it is my ;
miles of poor care. Rust dars. But I all
met challengers.
Only if yon are experienced with immaculate. Use a soft but firm
streaks or fresh oil the #. '
on sir .
t' Yes I fought 'em all.Interviewer
should choose the brush
block sewing you sophisticated for scrubbing collars and
cracks '
around may plugs mean, it shows oil '= subtle dresses, and then cuffs as they soil most easily. didn't know That's funny; P I
pumpisg. And flashlight N. only if you are the type to wear Never rub the two together as you were a figbter. '
yocr t
them. These dresses usually have this simply paves the way for thought you were a cornborer.
will spot motor y, Passeiser-No, I started out ia;
different and they
pieces fraying.
many
bers-show at once i 5
that line
but found there too-
match the tits ;\e must be pinned[ together when cut Tarn the pockets out and make were 1
n borers and not .
many enough corn
so they don't get mixed. They also sure there is no dirt, grime or
I wrote Dix and aha ad-
na A require painstaking work in sewingas tobacco resting at the bottom of Dorothy
:,. l vised me to become a fighter. So
seams const be very carefully the pocket If you don't do this ,
Tom beam .'o $ tram* finished. Outside stitching is taboo there's bound to be trouble dais the cut morning: I became tha-
3 greatest battler the world had ever
:' sad body-kiDks suggest and every comer and curve must ing ironing.
I f "Rebuilt wreck..* be perfectly molded to the figure. If it is a cotton shirt you are seen. Those initials explain every-

Grease oa running gr Select your pattern first and then washing, make the first rinse waster thing.
Interviewer N. B
What does
? means wrr. Look,for wera the material, as patterns will guide warm the second cool *
; pedals, shabby ophobwry. rte correct materials for the Rinse twice. Starch v.tnent stand for?

.'-c dirt Lift artier .rW particular style which you have but consult the man as to how Passenger-Napoleon. Boaaparta.:
lrisdsAyeid! See yettow or chosen. Always have matching he likes his shirt starched. e

;, green paint? look nut thread to make the sewing neat When you hang the shirt to CAN YOU REMEMBER.

,3 1 May be an rx-t ai' rm sure you've aH seen dresses dry, try to get most of the wrin-
without beEt aware of the dress to kles out of it by shaking them taid Away heck duuurt.1.a you seeded a shat

extent but rather mere out. This makes the ironing
sty great eas .
A __ "r could! ..... as .y.bra.t.
ier. When dry dampen tightly
and roll in a towel, but do not 'A friendly backer tvcr/erf your dfft.Ttt
wad the shirt too tightly as this sirs ej MO* fouled M rave kill
:A WOMT tmilfd fe/ar .. pocioa.J eup
j will create wrinkles
Ia car or camp, home or office, jI that Just ?
4 always rely on "Eveready" flashlight 1 I EXTRA need to be ironed. .

batteries for "a lodger life of pO1NER jI I Start ironic with the wrong Thought Beef

brighter light."They are the largest- -- < I aide of the collar, then go to the $ on
selling flashlight batteries in the EXTft EXTRA IiFE right side. Yoke and sleeves are
I never saw a porpl cowAt -
world-sad justly t.! Ask fotIftrud LONG y -AT next Then iron down the front
NO it
least I cannot place ;
,* flashlight batteries by i of the shirt so as to shape the
Bat this IH promise aajbewIf -
life and light u EXTR4 COST shirt property.
name.Their aura cost )
; I see one, m chase it!
DO more! If you make an addition: to the
boning board about the size of
CAKSON COMPANY INC. I never saw a purple cowW'lth -
NATICNJU
bread board but
Sfat a
quite a bit
53 Ett JoJ $uftf.:dew York 17.K.V. EipEAtiY lighter and pad this, it can be I beef Fm nell a Jmah
t+.lir+----0.- That if I set ou anyhow
slipped over the regular beard
ca 1 Some racketeer will ewnak.
and used for shirts.
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Films Are Taken conversions was good Once in the eta for the
cake walk. Flsheatins
] Creek at Palmdale Sun- The children enjoyed lawn games
final with
quarter I
Jackman
out, S. Deciding who was to be responsible day. Upon
the examination it was found after which they were served with

(Continued from Page 1) Cowboys again threatened but 1 l for building the ring for' that the 'gator had been previouslyshot hot chocolate, sandwiches cookies
lost the ball in the shadow
of the the walk
r ducted by the Lake Okeechobee Terrier goal. and the types of cakes through both eyes and had and candy. Metal crickets were given -

'Commercial Fisheries Associationto The starting I I to be brought from home. been blinded. Unable to obtain foodit as favors. Mrs Gantt was assisted '

prove Its contentioin that the man le Cason line-up it was: Way- 3. Preparation of time and irork I had become almost starved and in serving by her raetkef,
; ; Cook. lg; schedule
bass population of the lake Is not Bailey center each. was a potential threat to every Mrs. J. O. Rodgers, Mrs. J. A. Le
Pollard
,
; rg; \Vbid- 8W
effected by seining operations. den. rt Click 8:40 Tommy. Opal. child who swam at this popular and Mrs. Titus Cook.
; re with Heflla, Kathleen.

Tie pictures will, fishermen be- Galassini, Crum and Ball in the & -.41 9:20 spot.r.IR.BT. Children attending were Rees
--Cnar Dean
here show bow the bass escape backfield. Dupree. Rrannen and Tracy --- Gayer, Reesie Sellers, Frankfe Sellers -

'from the seines by jumping over Bowen also aw action In the gane. sale 9:0--18:00-DoIe.Jean. Ruth, Tom- LlG.tNTT Pat Bowyer, Linda Lee* 9n.aaPreesky

wi the haul is made and the ex- The La Belle school band pot on The HAS HALLOWK-K.V PARTY Patty Norton. Cfcattt
meeting was then adjo rn_
ptrimeots were made in the moat a nice act between alv" which with and Dkkle Brown Ruth ParaW,
each
heavily fished sections of the lake. was much enjoyed by the specta'I Ii Sealer looking toward Mrs. Ray Donald Gaatt entertained -; Jeanlne Cochrane, JaB Va Iha
i i a big mcceM of oar cake walk

H. G. Stewart, whose suit pro tors. This included the playing of'I Thursday night a. we can make Wednesday afternoon witha Velde, Kenneth Sticklaad, Toy

tests the issuance of his wbolt'8aledealer's I several selections and the spelling more detailed plus, for our Senior Halloween party for her daughter \[ and Judy Woodward and Merry .

lke for the new year, out of the Initial letters of the gift, trip, commencement etc Garnet Lynn. Lynn Roberts.FUNERAL .

voided by the action of the game I I two teams M and L.

and fish commission, Hated this nu'<;iiTivi: unaLt. :\ I

morning that the Miami bearing I I i School Daze-

was delayed until after a hearing I and _....T. L. Sullivan of@naatlce

by the Supreme Court due next I Va., aae ounce the arriv- BERRY HOME

Friday, on the Jurisdiction of the.1 (Continued from Page) 4) al of an tight ptMind twelve oumt-

Conservation Cotsmittioa. tell them what a ".* *t tooth daughter oa Octoker 16. She has

knock-out"* is!
Mr. Stewart also said that Governor -I bees naeved Katherine Ida and will
Wonder why C. M. Dis
Caldwell was scheduled to ''Ia staying answer to the same of "Kath> '" AMBULANCE SERVICE
town so much lately! Could R.
3 'tt with the game and fish comaafefttan -
I D. have anything to do with It?
today to try to work out a KILL .\LLKi\TOi
I Seems as though EWeIae
com prowl* for the contin aBce of PAHOKEE
Ph. 2301
fishing OB the take and the St. doesn't care much aboat parties Lacy Raulertoa killed a ten- oot BELIE GLADE Ph. 247

I any more. Wonder why! Do.'t alligator in the ammmini bole in I
Johns River. He trade a trip

through central Florida this week worry too much Elsie n ____ ___u _
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Why Is G. M. D. trrtmg to breakup --
and sayB that eaUsaent Is decidedly -
Milton and Germldlsse.i NOTIC Of ELECTION me Collection of Taxes, by Amending (Z> The Legislature shin it the t11 -
with the eomatxrtfel fwernnen IOU NEWSBy WHEREAS. Tile LefUUture ..t 1943sondrr I Section U and 11 of Article VIII of the at.ve Session of W7. and tram Urn to
In their fight to continue the the ConsUtutlon of IS8S. of the Constitution of tile State of Florida *l tact thereafter enact law specifying! i
State of Florida did pass I Joint Resolution Adopted at the General Election of November he power. functions dotlev and com I
dElduatry proposing amendments to the IS<<. said Amendment to Provide pensation of County Tax Collector desff '
Char Claitoa Constitution of the State of Florida, and for the Re-Sumberuig of Sections toted la paragraph 1 of till Section IS.
The Seniors met Moaday mornIng the same were agreed to by a vote of 11 and U of Article vni of the Constitution and shan likewise provide for the collection -
LaBelle Defeats- three-fifths a.1 the member electedto : of the State of Florida si Adoptedat care, custody reporting and dlsrarsement -
to discuss their tart minute each house; that the vote oa said the General CecLon in No-ember. of all taxes collected bj the
Joint Resolutions were entered upon 19<<. and to Amend Section: II and 11 County Tax Collector.
plans for the carnival to make their respective Journals, with the yeas of Article VIE sf the Constitution ft :.. j

(Continued from Page 1) certain that every One had every and Days thereon, and they did determine the State ol Flortfa.: and to Provide that .
and direct that the said Joint In the County oMUJstorough. State of HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 11*
on downs just as the half eaded. opportunity to have a wonderful Resolutions be submitted to the electors Florida the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa

The second half was completely time at our cake walk and the 0' the State .t the General Election to Assess the vyrc the County for Amendment to Article XVI. c( the Constitution
November 1948. i the purpose of Sale County of the State of Florida. By
1 dominated by the La Belle eleven,, other booths NOW THEREFORE.: L R. A. GRAY School and Manldpilities In the Countyof Adding Thereto An Additional Section to 1
Secretary of State of the State of Florida Hill.borough Eacept the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment by i Concurrent -
Jackman scoring twice in this pe The meeting was coifed to order do hereby give notice that a City Florida which Shan be Exempt Resolution of the Sena e and

nod once) on an end sweep and by tbe clews president Dean. Thee GENERAL ELECTION I from the Provisos of this Amendment House ef Representatives of a r trecter
I' will be held la each county In Florida Taxes Levied by toe State County, of the Budget and to Authorize rV Legisature -
again on a plunge through th point discuwed were: en Tuesday next succeeding the first I County School Hoard, School Districts to Prescribe his Pow t and

i renter of the line. Only lone of th 1. Determining the price of tick- Hid Monday TiiMday la November berg the A. D. 191$. the I Special Tax School of the County Districts Except end theMunicipalities the Outlet Qualifications and Term st Ot-

l} Firra DAY OF NOVEMEEH City cf Plant nt.! RYrI'E Dee.BE! IT RESOLVED; BY THE Ll TLA-
for the ratification or rejection of the IT RESOLVED LEGISLA TORE Of THE STATE Of TU s "Ul
said Joint Resolution prolong Amendments 1l'tffiE OF THE rAT!: OF FLORIDA: That the following Amendment la Article
to the Constitution of the State That the fotitwing Amendment of XVI of the Constitution of toe 8ut.
ef Florid Tar Article Tin of tie Constitution et the of Florida by adding thereto an additional -
THY ONE OF ont I State of Ftoiida relative U the Ascs- section to be known aa Section 14. .
t ment and CoHectfcn of all axe in the be sod the amt It hereby agreed to an! '
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 863 County of Hilisbcfough. State n Ponds. shall be submitted to the electors of the
A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an by Re-Numbi ring Section 11 %s adapted State of Florida for rstlflciCon or re
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Amendment to the Constitution of the at the General EVctlon of 1M v> *s to action at the genera election for Representatives
State of Florida to be known as Article I make It read Seams 12 of Article Vin to be held la the year UU.as .
XX Sections 1 and Z, Thereof Relatingto of the Constitute at the State of Flora follows:
tile CoiwolidaUt n, Abolishing or Cresting a and by Amending Section 12 cf SECTION 34. The Legislature shall by .
i of Certain County Offices and the I Article: VIII at tie Constitution of the law provide for a Director of the Budget,
YOl"HtSlHEU or A TUMITINC m.IJT Assessment and Collection of Municipal, State of Florida as adopted at the General who shan be appointed by a concurrent
Taxes by County Tax Official In Orange I Election In November' of 144 so resolution of the Senate and House ef
IIEASOXABI.I rml'ls Co-r.y. Flor-da. and Providing for Ref M to make It read Section II of A-tkle Representatives and shall by law, consistent
erendum Elections for Acceptance or Rejection Vm of the Constitution of the State of with other provisions of this Constitution -
of any Law or teas Enacted by Florida, and( to exclude the City of Plant prescribe his! power and duties,
the Legislature of the State of Florid City from said Amendment; Be and the provide for his quttUJcsUon* and termof
II Provided in said Proposed Amend- i same I* hereby agreed to dt.-I be office the length of whim than be
tbc.b HMO Inditidually l'rifor.l: lII.nt. submitted to the Elector of Stateof wholly within the discretion el the Ltg-
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE: LEGISLATURE -! Florid for Ratification or Rejection stature and shall not be Knitted by Section -
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: at the General Election to be held on r. Article XVI ef the Constitutions
That the following amendment to the the first Tuesday after the first Mondayin
BEST fOFFKK: IX TOWN Constitution of Florida, to be known as November 141; s
Article XX Section 1 nd 2, thereof, SECTION 13. L From and after January Mill I'll? HJBSHTUiEROUSE r
relating to the consolidation, abolishingand 1, IMS. the County Tax Assessor of JOINT r- 'CTION NO. H
cresting of eertain County offices RiUsberougH County shall asset ail A JOINT RES'" Proposing the
and for assessment and collection of municipal property <<:palau State. County, School Amendment of S I ef Article m
GLADES CAFEW taxes by County tax officers ta I and nI to be levied in of the COIIatnutI State el Floe
Orange County, Florida and providing HUlsborouga County by the State da. Relating! to /- --iatfens:
for referendum election for acceptanceor I County. County School Board. School BK IT ItCSOT.VED PV THE tEGISUt-:
rejection of any law, cr law enacted Districts Special Tax School Districts and Twin OF THsT STATE OF FLORIDA
C. FARABEE bY te Legislature ef Ffcrida a* provided Municipalities except in the City ef Plant That the following amendment of Section
ther .D. be sAibmttted to the qualified i City, Florida which: city shall M exempt SO. Article m of the CenstMunoa a
f le-ors of th e State of f'orida for ,"doo- from the provisions o' this Section.J. the State of Florida relating to sppropn
tion of rejection at .ie 1I.d and ban be
I election 10 tit bell ta Bit year 194>> $, Session in 1S47 and from time to submitted to the electors o* the State
to-wit: I time thereafter, enact law specifying the of Florida for ratification er rejection *the
powers functions duties and :omperisaUoo next General Election to be held In
ARTICLE XX j f ot the County Tax Assessor Designated November A. D. 1W. that U to say that
SECTION L The Legislature Is authorized ': In Paragraph 1 of Sect;oa 12. and aid Section 30, Article in of the Constitution
and empowered to provide by law i shall likewise provide by uw for the of the State of Florida shall be
t or laws enacted by It at Its regular es- I extension on the Ase went Roll of the mended and as amended shall read, a*
HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN non held in A. D. IM7. or at any County Tax Assessor of all lanes levied fdlowtt
regular session thereafter, for the con I by foe State. Coun!. County School SECTION 30. Laws making the i>
solidation. abolishing; or cresting of my Board School Dietrich. Special Tax propriatlon for the salaries ef public
I Count Office in Orange County Flog I School Districts and Municipalities! located fflclsls Ir 1! employees and *3 other
'D' MILK ida. Provided, there 1* excepted from -In the County flI HllUborouch. expense of the State shall eontait provisions
the effects of this Article lodge r-t all State of Florida with the exception of en 84 other subject nor shall u
courts: and ta provide foe the assessmentand the City of Plant City, which la hereby appropriation be an incident of any other
collection of municipal taxes and exempt from the provision ef this bill; an ,state appropriation except:: appropriation >>-
i assessments, or eithe-! of them by County Amendment. for the county schools counties -
And Other Alfar Products tax off.cen in said County. Any law so SECTION 13. L From and after January title or ether political subdivisions
enacted respecting the consolidation or 1. IMS. the County Tax Collector In of the State appropriations! for permanent -
creation of any County office shall pre the County of Hilliborougn. State of Improvements and buildings for
AVAILABLE AT YOUR scribe the powers, duties and compensation Florida than collect all taxes levied m state Institutions as provided for by law }
of the officer designated therein the County by the SUM County. County enacted at the 1M legislature of prior
to exercise and discharge Hie duties of School Board. School -f>atricta. Special Clalature sad tat pensions, rstliaroeot
GROCERY AND the offices so consolidated or created: and Tax School Districts and Municipalities funds and trust roads. shan be Included I
any law so enacted respecting the sssem ol HUlsboroufh County roriOa: exceptin tn one general appropriation' bill or any
meet and collection: of municipal taxes the City of Plant City, tt ....... exempt .amendment supplement thereto and
and assessments or either of them by from the provision of this Amendment shall be for DO longer than twe year*.
DRUG STORE county tax officers shall provide for the X. The Legislature hall at the Legislative An appropriation mad prior to the
assessing collecting, accouatlsg for and Session ol IMf and from time to adoption ef this section which are contrary
disbursing of said taxes and/a assessment time thereafter, enact laws rpedrjlng the to the provisions of this lectloo
to the appropriate municipal powers, functions, duties end compensation snail. expire a* el July L, 1MT.
authorities sod for compensation tor ol County Tax Collector designated -
such county taxing: officer for service ta Paragraph I of Section IX and shall I
rendered Incident thereto. That if any collection care,
likewise provide for the
JOINT RESOLCTIOW Re fn
ouch law respecting the consolidation custody reporting and disbursement of gorse
LFAGO or creation of any county office 1* soy all taxes collected by the County Tax A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing n
cep4ed and ratified at the referendum Collector Amendment to Article Y of the ConatFtutfoe
election herein provided such "law shall w oj Florid by Adding Thereto an
become effective with respect to the offices Additional Section Relating to the Election
affected thereby oa the first Tues I of the Judge ef the Court of JUeord
day after the Cm Monday ta January noose JOINT MSOUmOH NO. lit Is and for EscsmMa CID4 tbo
ef ..t)' year imntedlatcly succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proooslng an! County Solicitor ef said County.BE .
general election bad subsequent to Mid Amendment to Artiai vm ol the Con! IT RESOLVED: BY Tax LtGTSUUTUM
Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and referendum election at uhlcn elector for hunt of the state of Florida satin OT'THE STATE OF FLORIDA
President of the United States are voted to Assessment ol Property for Taxes end SECTION L nit Article V of the
West Palm for: and U any Pith law respecting the the Collection of Taxes by Adding Constitution\ of the State of Florida be
Beach, Fla. assessment and eollectioa of municipal Thereto Additional Section W Provide amended by adding thereto ta additional
taxes and assessments, or either ef them that tn the County ot Hay $ate of sectkm to be known M Section a e*
by county tax offices U accepted and Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall said Antis relating to the election ef
ratif.ed at the referendum election as Assess the Property of the County for the the Judge of the.Court of Record ta and
provided herein the earn stall become Levying State County. School fnr EacaabU County and the County
effective on the first day of January Purposeyo Taxes Levied By the Solicitor ef said County and tbe same U
next succeeding such referendum elec State County County School Board hereby ascend to, and shall be submittedto
I School DLtricU. Special Tax: School Districts the elector of the State of Floridafor
t tion.SECTION: 1 Before any Uw described and UunlcJnaUties ol the County rstJIkation or rejection at the General ,...1
ia the preceding section of this Article BE IT RESOLVED BY TIm LEGISLATURE Election to be held on the float
;1'. Rom where I shall be of any force and effect it shall OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Tuesday after the tint Woodsy IB November. i
: sit / Joe Marsh
... / be accepted and ratified by a majority That the following Amendment to Article 1948. a* follow ,
vote ot the quallted electors of Orange VUI of the Constitution el the SECTION 44. The Juris of the COOT : -
f
County Florida at a referendum electionto State of Florida relative to the Assessment of Record in and for EecamMa: County i
be called and hold for the purposeof and Collection! el all taxes la the and the County Solicitor ef said County
r determining whether such law stall County of Bay State of Florida by adding shall hereafter be elected by the qualified !
be accepted and ratified cr rejected by thereto additional sections to be electors: of said county! aa other state and
-k Friendship-Three the qualified elector*I el aaid County known as Section 14 and Section 15. be county official are elected. The first
Each referendum election shell be held and the same ia hereby agreed to and election of the Judge of the Court ., I
within ninety days after the ette=Uvedi shaU be submitted to the Hectors ol the Record hi and for Escarabla County and
<. of .nw urh law. The Board ef ionda relao- of th. County Solicitor of sold county
Saa of for nnficatka ne .
Thousand Miles Apart C iiniYmihalfprOnd.. for ;.a-at the general election to be held sun be held at the General Eie<'UoS.is)
the Holding of any such referendum election oa the first Tuesday after the lint IMs, to take office the first Tuesdat
-/r4.- and notice thereof hall be published : Monday ia November 1940. u follows: after the tst Monday in Jsnntry. 1M4
by said Board once each week for at for a teun of tour yean. Tfee term N
e ,rEver play chess It's a great cb *sboard. And tie Esgliehnan least loot fuccexshe weeks Immediately SECTION 14. (1) Tram ud Rer tenure of office of anyone beretofoi
next to the date ef acct election January 1, J948, the County Tax: Assessor or hereafter appointed to either of IU
prior
game! One of the strongest friendchips writes him that he does the saw*. ta e newspaper of general circulation la la tht County of Bay State of Florida, office herein mentioned shall not be .*>

I know of started 11 ith a game "You know, it's almost as if we aid County. Except u herein otherwise shall assess School a3 aDd property Municipal for an taxes State.to tended hereby. Any vacancy in cities
; provided the laws of the State relating Ceunty. of laid office which: occur prior to sell r
of chess-between Dad Hoskins in shared a glass of Wr together to the boldiof el general electloa hail be levied tn the County by the State first Tuesday after the first Monday r
cover the holding el any such refer County. Counter School Board SchoolDistricts. January 1H9, shall be died fey appoint1
named Dalton Dad
oar town and a man toosays contentedly todum election. If icy such Uw shall Special Tax School District mat by the Governor and eonBrmatloa

Barnes in England.They've From where I sat be accepted and majority ad t'r"'r'Tf by the Senate u heretofore provided lv
tIn&bJ'-
you can talk ef elector* any such O The Legislature ban at the Legislative the Constitution, but in no case for any
each about diplomacy and foreign pol referendum election wen law shall be- Session ia 1M1 and from time to longer than until the Cm Tuesdsy after
never seen other Some and be in full force and effect, but time thereafter enact lava specifying Ole the Cm Monday ta January aM ana
1 met. But for the past eighti icy,but it's often those little things If at any such election a majority of the powers, functions, AaseaL the term or tenure of office ef IIIJ-
sever electors participating therein ban vote tioa of County Tax std appointed to either eg s.fd office nRthe
-like
of chess
i they've been playing chess a game or a glassof against the acceptance and raUflcattomf ta paragraph 1 el taU Section 14, and term beginning ra lItJrJ
years Dad beer-that can make for tolerance sack law It shall be nuB and void shall likewise provide ky law lor the on said first Tuesday
by mail together- puzzling and et effect. eanvuilng extension OB the mass-cant roD Monday la January silk
Dalton's latest letter while he and understanding beytween I board cf paid Coon shall eer. County Tea: Ateaisor of all taxes l..d SECTION provisloB of "
over of all nations between sty tilt result et any such referendum b7tbe State. County. County School Constitution In so let kerewRa to h:
sends a chart of his next move to people eiecBoo I" the Secretary el State -witaia Board. School Diistrlce. Special Tu by repealed.o fberson
neighbors here at home! I *. the fcaldi&f .. School Diana iM _t r.'ttiasyomua .
.England. u. oI > born and aRes
> Vw t

('f Ded always tk&nks best whit a 1fp. sous lonrr nxsctonox vo. B Janury ice sm tfee,Couaty Del the ef County Bay. :e(Co :: Great ttotBTnLONYatdead Seal ef CM State of Florida the at ..

of beer beside his 8ce I A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoete u Ida shin IDUe4 aa taut levied ta the Tallahassee the Capital fate he 1st day
glass k
i 7llltlo Amendment to Article VCT c4 the Con- County by_the State o- County of Antufl. A O. 1M.
it. ........." t' giputlOn ei the State of Florida Baa= Z OOi1t3.N 8cb*>4 Dttrtcta.; Sped (BXAU a. A. CRAY
Ia A.aataema' ** f>yrtjr foe ***** n t Tax pfarts** (a-. f 7t'lrsix:. --'Iiecr.tazeIIl *

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