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Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1946
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00150

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SUPREME COURT HAS Rebekahs And Odd i SANTA CLAUS PAYS I I Four Narrowly Escape :, LAKEPORT CITIZENSTO 1

Fellows EnjoyChristmas I Serious Injury When

RULED OUT SUIT BY ; PartyThe VISIT TO CHURCHESON Car Runs Into CanalTwo + PROTEST ROUTINGOF

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'CHOBEE : members of the Rebekah CHRISTMAS EVE local girls. Misses Margaret STATE ROAD 29
FISHERMENf lodge entertained the members cf Van De Velde and Evelyn Dyess.

__ i f the Odd. Fellow lodge and members : and two young men from Lake Harbor -

Hopes of the LaM- fishermen that I of their families with a Christmas Both rte Mt ttioot.-t .,nd Baptist I C. F, Royal and J. D. Bran- Instead of baring resigned I

the hearing btfimthe Supreme party at the hall Friday night.An I Churches were trowded to (capacity nen escaped with only minor cuts themselves to the new location of
and bruises when left
Court would result in a favorable interesting program, including Christmas Eve for the program II Royal's car State Road 29 from Lakeport to

opinion in their favor, permitting several musical numbers games arranged by the Sunday, Schools and the highway Monday night about Indian Prairie Canal, citizens of the

them to again drag their seines in and contests was held prior to an for the visit of Santa C'laus at the four miles west of Clewtoton and affected section of Bare Beach have
I I rolled into the .
I roadside canal.Apparently
Lake Okeechobee, were dashed the exchange of gifts and a visit from conclusion of the program to distribute organised for a last-ditch stand to

latter part of last week when the Santa Clans. Mrs. )I. A. Summerswas gifts of toys and candy from the driver attemptedto have the road re-routed over a route

court ruled that the suit was oat of in charge of the program. the decorated Christmas trees. straighten the car out too quickly more closely following the present
I when it ran off onto the soft
order since It was brought through Refreshments of fruit cake and The program at the Methodist shoulder of the road route it was said yesterday bf
road
and threw at
the Dad County courts instead of whipped cream and coffee was served Church was arranged by Mrs. E H. G. Stewart commercial fbh .
of control. It
out is said to have
those of Leon County. by a committee composed of P. Ewing assisted by Mrs. D. C. tamed dealer of that community."Buildiag .
over several times before
The salt readied the Supreme Mrs. George Sturgis Mrs J. S. Mitchell Miss Emily Cease and of the road over to*
into
going the canal where it was
Ccurt after the Dade County court Wlllingbam. Mrs. J. F. Bishop and others and consisted of congregational proposed route will cut the landholdings
completely submerged. The
bad heard testimony of fishermen Mrs. P. E. Lundy to: Mr. and Mrs. singing and group songs and folks young of residents all to plans.*
escaped by breaking the windows -
and representatives of the State Charles Foy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. pageants by the primary depart- and swimming to the surface. Stewart said, -and wilt cat the.

Came sad Fresh Water Fish Com- Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. How- ments of the Church School. All returned home after taxpayers a lot more money than Kit

aatoaton relative to a test case Introduced deshell Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Lundy, The emergency were built over the present ts>
Baptist program was very treatment at the Sugarland Hospital
by H. G. Stewart. Lake- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Greene, Mrs. similar with congregational singing in Clewtoton. cation and on the same road ...."

port operator. John Brown Mrs J. W. Cram, Mrs. of the well-knovn Christmas carols Patrolman A. W. Miller after investigating Stewart said he failed to Me bow

Knee the ease involved a state H. G. Stewart, Mrs. Maggie Smith and Christmas recitations, songs the accident held Royal the saving of a mile in disUae

bureaa the hither court ruled that Mrs. J. W. Sexton Mrs. L. E. Far- and playlets by the Sunday School on a charge of reckless driving until could compensate for the enttt

it must come from the courts of the nam, Mrs Paul Wilson Mrs. Lucy children. Mrs. Robert Ahern. Mrs. he had posted a cash bond. The section of new construction and th*
county in which the bureau was Bowea, Mrs Ida Hawe. Mrs. R. E. dismembering of farm tracts back
Geo. Sturgis Rev. John Moore and car is said to have been almost a
created that is Leon County inl Jordan Mrs. J. C. Swindall, Harry Mrs. L. R. Yates arranged this complete wreck. of the ridge.

which the capitol, Tallahassee, te Sexton, Donald and Jimmy Farnam program. The speaker indicated that th*

located. and Joy Summers. Lakeport people would rather net
Whether another effort will be Nearly every home had a gaily FM Permit Is have the road built at all unless
decorated tree and the living tree
made to carry the fight throughthe built on the present location sad .
Leon County courts hinge. }lr. Stanley Wayman Is in the park was lit up as usual for Received By Station that he was certain Bright-of-wage
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Stewart said yesterday, on a hearing New Mail CarrierOn the Christmas season. Groups of WJNO Palm BeachRadio could not be obtained without condemnation -
carollers visited many sections: of
which is scheduled to be held proceedings by the board
next week to work out a compro- Alva Route the town on Monday and Tuesday
of county commissioners. Even f|
Station WJ'' O-FM has been
and in the
evenings
mise Should this fail. everyone com-
agreement. granted by the Federal Communications the land were taken by this method
he another would be munity appeared to have given
said attempt
he indicated that the .
Stanley Wayman yesterday received Commission and a contraction peep s
themselves to complete
a enjoyment -
over
made to obtain a hearing before notice that his bid for carrying permit issued to WJNO Incorporated would ask for an injunction to prevent
the
of season.
the Supreme Court. the mail on the Star Route who have operated "WJNO,, the building of the new .,.., 1

from Moore Haven to Alva had been the voice of the Palm Beaches hi Contract. for this last gap something .

Advertising Shows accepted and he will begin carryingthe West Palm Beach for the past ten over ten miles is t. be let by

mail the route January DELAY IN ACTIONON the State Road Department en
on on H'ar The station grant is a m Interest In State'sBasic 6. The contract runs until June 30 tropolitan-rural assignment, powered January 9 yet the county has net

It4ft. at 41.000 watts with an over-all as yet received the right-.f-waf 1
Economy SUGAR MILL IS
j The winning annual bid was tower height of 529 feet. The deeds from the state. It" cencsidered .

I Analysis of 150,000 of the inquiries $2946.00 and mail must be carriedsix broadcast area covered by WJNO- unusual for an advertiseraent i

received in response to FM will extend from north of Melbourne for bids unless right-of-way
days a week to Alva and ft'- CAUSED BY HOLIDAYJ.
. Florida's national advertising program have already been obtained.
turn. The carrier must be able to to south of Miami and west t

shows interest almost equally sell stamps take money order ap-i of Moore Haven. Chairman J. Ii:. Friersoa of the.

divided between the state's recrea- plications and do virtually all of E. Oaldwell, president of Ruth The grant is the largest yet mad board of county commissioners said

-: '" '_".._. "Many: ad..antx sad_. U{ baste the business ofdktafiiv{, done at. the l j$gars: of Abb vill u,- in a telephone in the State of* Florid. Oenatra., yesterday tharbe had been Inferm$- "-.'"..
t* a -stateraent post-offtee. conversation with J. E. Frier- lion will start Immediately' according -. ed that unlea/ the appropriated -

\t released by Governor v .Mlllard, Cald- The last contractor on this route son shortly before noon today, said to Stephen P. Willis Secretar y money Is need for building th-l I

.:, : weM. designated was Wayne Cassidy who: gave it up that the Christmas holidays had and :Manager of WJ O.11 equip- Lakeport gap that it will be df* .

The campaign to several months ago to Mrs. Benlah separated the members of the organization ment essential for the tnstallattoi verted to the coastreeUoB of tire

"...eate"' :AsHcka on the growth Brown the present carrier. to such an extent: : that he of the new FM station has been on I new road from Pntsadftte to La- "

and devetopra of Florida in the -- had been unable to discuss with order for more than two years. It Belle, right-of-ways for which haw W

fields of agriculture Industry.commerce them plans for the erection of the Is expected to have the new station abMItt alt been: obtained both by

recreation and retirement Tavares Has Better new sugar mill here. in operation by June 1 Glades County and by Headr j" I

is being carried in both maga- Fire ProtectionThe He indicated however that he FM radio will develop particularly County. j I
atoes and newspapers throughout according
fast In South Florida -
was anxious to get things underway I
the nation. to Mr. Willis due to the tropical
Deposits In Florida i
and that some of the company
Town of Tavares has 100percent
Of the ten states which led in the static conditions that prevail In

_atflee. New York ranked first, better fire protection today officials would be here as soon makea as this area. FM radio not only reproduces Banks Show Increase 11
week. to
possible maybe next
and California seventh the analysis than It has ever had in the natural
the full range of
thanks to War Assets Admin selection of a- site and sign contracts -
showed. past tone at high fidelity, but entirely! ; ;
would The
tstration 11 additional communities with growers which hound and improving condi I
and
"The while natural
review shows that eliminates man-made and
in Florida, critically InDeed permit them to start planting cane. tion of Florida's economy is tadicated -
51% of those seeking more information static. Due to the strategic location -
of adequate fire fightingequipment Some activity has been underway by a 652 per cent gain In
about Florida, with the intention of West Palm Beech with rich Florida
deposits in banks from
obtain apparatus during the week on soundings
of coming here now or later may and active metropolitan and rural I
through WAA Joseph J. Osborn. on proposed sites along the Ca- 1935 to June 29, 1946.' This percent f
want to know about vacation areas to the north, south and west
regional director for WAA, said to- loosabatchee canal where it to expected gain ranked the state first In
opportunity, the renftl&ing 49. WJNO with its particularly high 1
the mill will be located.. the nation and far outstripped the
want data on other subjects dealing day. tower will serve a rich market with national increase
if the of 247 per cent
It seems likely that com-
with oar bi- economy," said War Assets Administration Is common Interests. Doe to the fact for the ten-year-period
the research
is still proposing to erect the ,
through its Publk Interest pany .
the governor. BOW offering: that the Palm Beach staions in the
mill in time of and Industrial division of the Florida -
to a crop
process .
Branch. 19 fire-crash: trucks
"Figures giver me by Roy C. past have purely local assignments State Chamber eof Commerc
cane next year that they will use
Air Station. .
located at the Naval
with only 250 watts of pow-
Beck state director of advertis stated In
its
man. all possible speed to obtain a site yesterday regular business
Jacksonville and one pumping engine er. complete coverage of the Palm
and advertising
lag show that letters and begin construction of the foundation release after an examination
located at Camp Blandln Beach County area has been Impossible -
coupons sent tn from agricultural of comparative tabulations of the
which will be required.
and All are late 1942 and 1943 models, at any boar of the day 01nUht.
communities total 10% Federal Deposit Insurance andFolk's I
in good condition and are completely FM radio coverage is determined -
lad>.trial inquiries number more Bankers' Encyclopedia."The I ,
than 4%," he added. "It Is interesting equipped It was said. Drew Field NowInternational to a great extent by the ten-year gain in Fiord ,

J to cote," be pointed oat, Recently, when Tavares town officials AirportTAMPA height of the tower, as FM radio I bank deposits may be explained In I I

"that only three-tenths of one percent heard WAA was offeringsurplus beams go directly out from the. part by the growth of the state since I

asked about employment. Whilewe fire trucks for sale they! tower to the horizon line. The 1935. It is therefore more significant '

can always use good workers, pounced on the chance to secure Dec 18-(F S-Tam- higher the tower the greater the to note that comparisons r'

the campaign is sot resulting in a one to replace the antiquated 12 I pa's Drew Field became an international distance covered. Due to the assignment of deposits in 1946 with deposits

rush of persons without appreciable year old machine which had been ariport last Sunday and received from the Federal each year daring the period, show 1

means 1I'bwould 0mpte with our doing duty at all tires In the past. the public was invited by Mayor Communications Commission WJNO Florida ranking consistently near

own people In available employment Result of their efforts was a Hixon to witness ceremonies eont- will not only span the entire Lake the top. In addition, the depositsper Ii

." shiny new triple combination memora'ing the first Tampa-Ha Okeechobee area from a rural pointof bank in Florida today are greater ,

The breakdown received by the pamper aad hose wagon capable of 1 vans flight of Nattoal Airlines. view. but HkewW will reach the than the national average," the
500 gallons of water a rich East Coast area of Florida
governor from Beckaan shows that pumping i The mayor representatives .)r researchers pointed out.
13% of the* inquirers are interested minute. In addition, the machine i Tampa Chamber of Commerce and north and south for a distance conservatively 'Concurrent with this growth la

in three principal subjects, industry a 194 model, is fully equipped:1 Miltoborough County Aviation Authority estimated at 88 mile deposits, the number of banks in .

agriculture and vacations. with extension ladder booster pump from West Palm Beach. the nation have decreased.

This is explained by the forthright and hose, nodes crowbars aw, and Latin CarnrrsJ Queen The site of the WINO tower "Increases in loans profit amt

appeal of the advertising, copy which and other necessary tools. j Aurora Alvarez welcomed passengers which becomes on its construction dividend of Florida banks were.

urges visitors to "__ and see for The new truce manned by seven : arriving from both Havana and the highest structure in the Stat. approximately half the rate of In*.

yourself." Two percent want Information proud volunteers headed by Chief New York en the Nett York-Tampa- of Florida. has been approved by eree ta deposits during the ten

on both agriculture and Lansing Taylor was recently demonstrated Havaaa nights. Htfon headed a al! interested government agencies years.

vacations 1 percent are interestedin for Tavares residents and group of fear Tampses who boarded and to In the north portion of Palm "Net profits (after income taxes)

homes and retirement only. 1.7 everyone from Mayor B. Irving a National liner fir Havana and Beach County on Prosperity Farm 1 of Florida banks in 1944 the last

percent would like to know about Burleigh down to the smallest mop- there he presented th| may** of the Road approximately one-half mite I year for which this Florida figurer

agriculture, industry bosses aDd pet was thrilled by Its performance.Said Cuban capital a bjronse plaque south of Monet Road.It to available, reached $i.400.000VInterestingly

vacation sad some 17 percent asked Mayor Barleih. Th truck memoriattstag the new airways Is expected that 10.000.0"I wages and salaries

questions abort a multitude of purchase through WAA i* a real service. ; the paid by the banks in the state that
people of United States
young
eabjatsThese.. accordtag to the addition to oar city's equipment Each of the tour- otored transports year were approximately $1 and Canada will participate in the!
n,.,&. meted weather, hearth and it is in excellent coeditiou. I used by Nation Airlines in toervane of 1947 Youth Week, ," the report concluded.

sports, attire, honeymoons, alHga- "I a fact it has everything that this new flight accneamodatts 4passengers. < January 26 to February 2. 1947 One hundred and seventy thou

tots and even a request from two we could ask for in a. fire truck.I By pro lsaatton from using the theme: "Youth Shares::: sand cigarette butts are thrown

in. Now Yerk heads the list, whileMa Needles to say. the *.wn Council Mayor Hixon. it wad Iat.natlonalAirport The Christmas Faith the Christiai I away every minute In 24 hours.

and the citisens of tag communityare Day for Drew FleULWAA "
Fellowship. Special services a,.'
very pleased and steed of it. f The veterans "s" aside" list of
both to individna I
brims planned
We ed fire" fffotosttsjo, to ptsvvld and they have a rich! fee be considering has 71.t.. jyards of rub .... and la eemmunlty-wid< hard-t-ret items of surplus hat

forest sswe to prevent s** th* added nspUon it will berised balloon CWh.sad more tYsaranks: and forums centered 01hsjUdtae been reduced: to 111 articles, according
te-.ue-am mf ferd war essujsmnttr"and the type I**,*** yards e* etttea deck to War Assets Administration.
consular, -"and tsreg .f Christian character an:i ,
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New Sugar Stamp Lucle Okeechobee. Glades, Martin! J ganizatlon of a complete squadronto ernourishment. Q II OTE
Hendry and Palm Beach. Until 1 be commanded, administered '
Becomes Valid now no official assignment of terri: ;and operated by reserve personnel. College Offers OF THE WEEK '1
tory to each Florida reserve unit AAF veterans residing in the
On January 1 bad been made by Orlando's 14th i above mentioned counties are urgedto Bonus Of $1 Per
Air Force headquarters the Air I contact the unit at Morrison The pHple iect work at

A new sugar stamp will beeome Defense Command organization in Field and enroll for active partici- Month for Babies talk, from their Secretary Horntafcn ofCommerce.1F.
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valid on January 1. presumably charge of the air reserve, air national pation with the air reserve.
valid for 5 pounds. The number of guard, and air ROTC program Thomas Alva Edfeon College, of 1M1It ? Ail ww pod.

the coupon to be found in Ration i in Florida and six other southeast Future Homemakers Fort Myers is offering to student -
Book No. 4, has not yet bee made' ern states veterans a bonus of $1.00 per month
Purchase HeiferTALLAHASREEE each occupying the honsng we're hn lrhere.Kiftg
knewn.At According to Major Raymond L. for baby "Sice weather
t" same time. OB December Hastey, commander of the West units established for veterans. ewr.II.Gtw.I,
11, ( S- Flor- The college has at this time more Athena and refer-
ratio stamp No. 51 and canning Palm Beach unit, air reserve personnel reraw j to
stamps Nos ft and It become residing m the seven designated ida schoolgirls members of the han one hundred family units WP-
Florida Future Homemakers have callable. ranging from efficient -
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at midnight IB other counties mast apply to the
words these stamps will net Be Morrison Field detachment if they arranged for the purchase of a I apartments to three-bedroom apart- mind me. Save the
good after the 31st. desire to be active ia the reservepI'OCI'aID. heifer at the cost of 11,50, to be meats. The price ranges from Never Etbot IMCM Spriagl -
IK"Dt"to the starving peoples of one '1800 to $3500 per month meatr-
Air Reserve of the four (oli wing European In addition vegetable gardening lisld, ..,rws dose srk1s M tebr"The -
Since its organization in November
conntriea: France. Belgium Poland ia provided for so that a veteran a .
the unit has enrolled 97 -
Personnel UnitIs or Csechoalovakia it was disclosed may earn part of his expenses,II
AAF veterans, reserve officers and
this week by the Home Economics -I through the cultivation of his own meat srtag fc no sw.
Formed enlisted men desiring to maintain
prvfictestcjr in flying and other i tfvteion of the State Department garden It is estimated that the" price t. nsr-OPA gist PeatPeetrr.
i of Education I Indent should earn on nn averageof I .
skills aa well aa keep up with the
Welt Palm Beach. Air Reserve progress of military aviation More This contribution to the starving 10.000 per month on his living -

Training detachment has been de- than 30 former pilots are already peoples of Europe was the result costs I to'
By the opening of school after i "We have been male inift
aicnated aa responsible for the administration of undirected and simultaneous action
and training of all sir actively participating flying North in the American flight I of the girls themselves who holidays sever*! trailer apartments\ the whims, fancies and poe Iee. za.Wcies.loM
program
I learned last year of the desperateneed will be available so that veterans i tier* of a host of severamat
rewire personnel residing in seven AT-6 "Texans". P-51 "Mustangs".
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of milk and other foods in the, will have ample opportunity both PtFL "V. p1-es.,
Florida counties, those assigned the and twin-engined AT-lls In Jan-
war-devastated countries for comfortahle housing and educational -II Metal Trades D ft"What .
local colt are: Indian River, St. uary the program includes the or- I <
The need appealed to the 6 i facilities.
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V fiY war's burden fell on the children beriaed balloon cloth and more than i a Good Five Cents. Period!"-
'II \ whose weakened bodies wen, 100.000 yards of cotton lurk I.'; Houyuwea's/im Moron",*.may

.1'1 made susceptible to disease by nnt sate in Florida. run for C flgf'cu.ftE1E11 .

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GLADES COVXTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY DECEMBER 21. 1W8
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I GLADES COUNTY help from the neighbors. I didn'tdo son alias Harry Sim pk Ins, dead' or '"3i.C1T AXD DOT" VISIT 4 of Moore Farms near Benbow. Theycame

DEMOCRAT so well with a battery telephone alive, or for information leading I':KELATIVKS IX LAKEPOItT I here from Tennessee where
let, however, for after winding myself -
have been living while he was
to their arrest, and the of they
MOORE DAVE. FLORIDA op in several yards of wire tad recovery I
Mr. and Mrs Donald Fream. better on terminal leave from the Army
the
to give It up as a bad deal when 11 I $&.006 they stole. The posse "
known as "Macky and Don Air Force from which he receivedhis
E Dte red .a cond-class matter May couldn't get a ring out of one of, will start from the borne of Sheriff
Ohio. last December 23. Theyare
arrived from Cincinnati, discharge
I. 15Z7 at the Poatofflce at Moor the phones. Now, Click at 3:3 o'clock Friday aft '
Haven Florida under the Act of ernoon. Tuesday to spend the Christmas residing temporarily at an
,Congress of March I. 1W. Tis the night after ChristmasAnd I holidays with Mrs. Pream's par- apartment at the Clewiston Inn.
all through the house When the guests arrived they were safe Mr. and Mrs J. S. Click of

Published Every Friday Hy I Not a creature is stirring, told that J5.W had been stolen Lakeport.Mrs. .V GHKAT AflllHTLTURAL !STATB'
THE GLADES rHI.\TI. CO.. I.e. Except a mouse (those things are 1 from Widow Poor who had just Fream is the artist of the
CARR SETTLED Pbll.her everywhere.) I drawn her life savings from the
"Maeky and Don" series which is
I bank South Dakota ta one of America'sgreateat
to pay off the
mortgage aaI
; : published each week tn ''GirUlooclDays" agricultural states. Its
Now we aH-- tbe new year her house. The pease was "
Sub erlptlo. Retest I I and "Boy Life Christian chief agricultural products are
Oae Year ._________ _____ I:....to and it is my sincere belief that it pressed with the importance of lID-I publications for teen-age boys ad wheat, corn oats, rye and aueed.It .

8U M.aih. _ _'_" ___'_ 11.:3fJvEANDEWNGS will be tbe greatest year in th"'l' ting the money hack before 5 girls. The sketches are in the form produces cattle in great numbers
history of Moore Haven (And this i when the mortgage had to be paid. I
.
her
of written to
\ a pictorial letter while its mineral products include
time ray tongue isn't in my cheek The bandits in their haste dropped slater, Joyce, depicting the adventures gold coal, qnartaite, gypsum and
when I say it.) I had hoped to I behind them a ragged piece of! of Macky and Don with the chalk.

have a picture of the proposed sugar wrapping paper with a grocery list young people of their church.Mr. .

mill to grace the front page of this written on it. tsesss: Eggs butter F ream, a former army Captain -

By Carr Settle New Year issue but will have to milk corn breast it was up to the is a junior at the Cincinnati '' IN THE i,>inew %VTATE warmer
be content with hoping that I may posse to decide whether to go t., Bible Seminary- He is also pastorof 'I' Coin lit ASH .rO* TIMS sot. THT -
get it in time for next week which the dairy barn poultry yard, the II tbe Christian churches in Worth- FRi 1Mt''ltUW Tames 1iielsdswW. FL0SHBA.IX

after all, is out on January 3. nearest cornfield or the grocery set *t. T.
Not since before the war have iseen vtlle and White's Run, Ky.
Christmas the one The twenty years of waiting fora shelf for their next clue. One! clue
such a as
THE MATTER OF DISTONISLAND
break will soon have been for- lead to another until all eight were
the .
we enjoyed this year, even Additional Personals DRAINAGE DISTRICT.Debtor.
gotten when the mill is assured and found. .
weatherman entering Joyfully into
a eoasptracjr to make this as per- construction is started. The mill The body of Haunt Simpson t life- I hgT9Cat
will be followed by other things and Mr and Mrs. H. Etherton had as! TO THE CREDITORS OF DISTON
tat a Christmas at it IB possible size dummy) was found buried nn-! ISLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT
tar one to be. 1947 will be recalled, after it becomes derneath the trunk of a fallen tree, Christmas Day guests Mr. and Mrs Pursuant to an order duly entered
history as the turning pointin Glen Ethertoa and family of Clew- in the above entitled cans, you are
where he had been murdered by
Down the street OB Tuesday I hereby notified to file on: or beforethe
the rather turbulent career of his partner in crime aad Smooch iston Mrs. Jennie Etherton of first day of June, 1947. in the
iato folks I hadn't seen in
rest above entitled < with the Hon-
our community. Edinburgh Ill, Mr. and Mrs. F. cause
and it was like old borne Mulligan was found in a clump of orable Edwin R. William. Clerk of .
years The growth which will eome will cabbage palms where he had cometo A. LaagenfeU of GentraHa, 111-. the United State District Court in
week. Everyone seemed imbued be accompanied by a great many Mr. aDd Mrs. F. H. Maxwell of and for the Southern District ifn Flor
the "end of his rope" hanged
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with the real spirit of Christmas Ida at his office in the ,id-
headaches some of which have already Tampa, Joan and Phyllis Etherton
by his l own hand as the posse closed log at Tampa. Florida or with the
a4 on every band came cheerygreetings started. But First Bank of Clewiston at It'wlston.Florida ,
we can, at least, in him. of Savannah and Mr. and Mrs. W.
of the season as harassed on the Exchange Agent heretofore -
make some effort to get ready by L. Bellamy. appointed by this Court, your
More clerks ran their legs off try- a clean-up campaign and one of I I After solving all the clues, the proof of claim in writing setting
tec to keep up with a record Christ posse returned to Sheriff Click I* forth your respective claims or interest -
painting and repair. Mr. and Mrs David G. Click arrived ae creditors against Diston Island -
mss baying spree. receive the reward which was a Christmas Day from New Drainage District on forms to
be furnished by said drainage district
The very unseasonable: warm MIJS. ri.iri; FATKUTAINS 11'ITIe divinity, York in time for the traditional which said forms have been approved
weather went oat abruptly with th -IUMHT H.CmxItT" candy. family dinner at the home of his by this Court and you are further
of winter last week bulk Refreshments of ice cream and notified to file with your proof of
beginning mother Mrs. Will CUd at Lakeport. claim the original securities on whichIt
still lacked a lot of being cold Something novel in the way ol t cookies were served. Mr. Click BOW has extensive tana- ts based so that they may e exchanged -

as Christmas came-and passed. A entertainment was enjoyed by the Those present were the Misses lag interests in this area and expects to the Plan for of new Composition securities approvedin pursuant '
few fires were kindled to give a, members of Lakeport Christian Endeavor Peggy Stalls, Maude Click Bertha to come here soon to make this cause and that on failure to
file such claiM or present such securities -
little more realism to the Christmas society when Mrs. J. 3 Stewart Cnthbert McDuffie, Doris his permanent home They are for exchange on or before the
scene but no one would hav! Click entertained the group with s L Griffith. Geraldine Langford. Joyce residing for the present in West said date they snail be forever barred
suffered greatly without them. "bandit bagging" party at he r Click Jackie Bailey Glenora Mc, Palm Beach. as claims against the Dlatrlet.DlS'I'ON .
ISLAND DRAINAGE
I attended one of the Christmas I home Friday afternoon Duffie, Shirley Bnssell. Freddie' DISTRICT.

programs given by the Sunda The following notice had been Bell Hammond, Ruth Close and'I )Jr. and Mrs. Ray D. Chamber By J. E. Frierson, President of .
Schools on Christmas Eve quit posted the week before: "Reward Mildred Close; Jimmy Crum, Jerry lain arrived here recently, Mr (Co 'ro1 of SEAL Supervisors.) :i'

naturally the one in which my kid for the capture of Samuel (Smooch ) Russell Jimmy Click. Billy Stewart Chamberlain to be associated with ATTEST

were participating. There was bardl, Mulligan and Horace (Haunt) Simp and Donald McDuffie. 'I I Fisher W. Ange in the maaagemea R.. 27 T., 1 Patterson'", Jan., .SecretaryDec. 1MT. -1
standing room Wt in the chare b

when Santa made his appearanceand ,
I'm quite sore that the othe. CilEatt"f f'fxX: '(+IKxxiClfGdX9C: : : C17:;: 'Ct K FtY iXGdwr'CfttwaiKtficticxttYYY' : ;' ;' [C''C'C1' +tC [t4Ett'aKttlc'irKtCtC'im1

program had just as good an at, 1"

tendanee. w w
Christmas Day all was deserted. i
VC
? Down the street shortly before noon VV

the only ones I..w were .IN.
J 2
Skipper, waiting to take the mail to,

Lakeport, and Dr. Draughn. down
t at his office for a few minutes!
while the turkey was cooking. Otherwise .: d
I
the street was deserted, al IA

possible enjoying extent.the holiday to the fullest


Even the radio was helping t o' M : t ,-ate a-,
carry on the holiday spirit for. with
every turn of the dial could be, WI

beard the familiar and beautifu I

carols which add so much to the, !II'W I

season or the Christmas stories,.

Mae old some new. Commercialwere IW YEAR
forgotten for the day. ,
At our house the little ones beeame .. A
active about four a. m.. but :

for once didn't get father interested ,: w

until after daylight. Then cam., W .
the task of putting up a tent fo'W

the torn-boy of the duo. which wa TO EACH AND ALL I
finally accomplished with a few unseasonal ; i

muttering and a lot ofor Iy f


JE ; i When We Count Our Blessings we find
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1 ;i'y g the outstanding blessings in our list is he.



good mil of the people of this COIIIIlIII1Y


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QUllWWz i |WE THANK YOU most cordially for this good, ]



1947 i mil and assure you of our deep appreciation.

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''The Spotlight is oo our; We wish and
i for you a pleasant holiday; arnanv.

new arrival and we, as I

me of the welcoming r! > : New Year that is the harbinger of JF _


committee, hope 1947 I
blessings to come. I

will be a Joyful and: .

x beneficial addition: : lour !If ;

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; .' life.Happy.



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a Q a ace Q I Q cae Gee C C C Q G G cae a I .
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i Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Settle at \Vanen4elB
I of the Sea Island the West Coast From there h**
Charleston, W. Va, arrived Monday Mills Co., of New York City, arrived wfll fly to MIRe kMfttion ia th* I

might to spend a week or ten days here last week to spend some time Orient for two years of service. Mrs.

I with Mr. Settle's parents Mr. and OB eompeay: _..... Mr. Walter- Tamer and. tile kaky expect to JIm

t PERSONAL and SOCIETYMr. I t Mn. C. H. Settle. stein was here a case of years him as soon as possible after ke Klocated. i;.

' *; ago assisting with the eoaatraetkia ..
q : Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Whiter and of the first ramie decorticator aesemkled ,

; children of Pateetto. spent the here by F. G. Cardtaev .
1 aow atd.yrrM -a0+-"'J-.JJ---- _,._,.,....oyyo. ;...._ _ ._..._ _ ;: I holidays wltk Mn. Wlater's stoten.Mn. We need fire protection to pa- :i
vide
$
teed and protection for gsaM
and ..... R. A. Williams Mrs. John RDowd Capt. L P. Tamer
s Robert Akera are: and )(n. G. M. Phillips of who has Mea(birds and aateaai.JFOft .
ff ban_ vtotton today IB fort Napte and Miss Alyce Bash of Miami ,. and Mrs A. C. De'". atattewd in Miami for several i .

MyersMr. months, tile Ckrtotmas kott
., : .*. C.gent Swtadall.Chris Day with Mrs Mr. and Mr.*. L E. Paraaaa tad days here spent witlt..raer...I ,.\ -Large noose ........

. sad .... L. R. Yates art: family and Mrs Ida Hawe were in I' Visa and left yesterday morning.| aft rooms wired oa large iat.

'."' Richard are to West Pate Beach! Mr. aad ..... a. Latin of CtewteteB Wednesday evening for a I t' ky plane from West Palm Beach for:two good thicket hoasea, two pad
,. today. 1 Christmas dinner at the home of I I chicken: yards brooder home, oaa
; Starke
spent Ckrtoteaa with kerpareata
.,-.' .... and Mrs. Clyde Egley.Mr. sidenble wood. at two stores. ah.sir
Mr. and Mn. W. Ad- TRAILKK FOR RE.\'T-Sv.italt14l for
i" = Mr. sad 3i
.; Kenny Mardoek epos Ckrtemaa ia I and Mrs. Robert Heftner and J Park. uc.(,ckarekes. sixty bead ol.... aV I
WaacbBla. son. of Miami, spent the Christmas W. Owen Hookon Poiat. Ita.
Pvt. I I
Alton Btekoa arrived yesterday
:holiday with Mrs. Heffair's par-IJ CN E 0.0 :
to speed a few days her rwit- J I
Jimmy Ball Wee ents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. FlaDden. -
sit Pate Boaokspeat
I tag Meads Be.. stationed at It !
.
ORlatmaa Day kere wttk Miparents .-. FieM MteMr. "'La BJBLP WASTBHVAT '
0 .... atilt Mrs W. T. Baa.Mr. I ------ I Mark R.
Mr. and Mn. Fred Flanders Jr. Tennant
Mr. I
and Mn Mack Green spent i
and children of Gainesville are i TO nwTan "'....
aid Mr, j. A. Ball aadJaaafta tile Ckrtotaaaa holiday with her par- ttee.wfReal tie rna teeapt

T .f Part Pierce are ..... .... it:. and II.... E. S. Wood ia spending the Christmas holiday ii i Estate Broker JOIN the U S. Amy: and retire at sin
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred e rly age on a monthly
tag a few clip kate with frtead fort .,... allows OCT. Travel the world
I Flanders. GLARES COrXTY I.ns
' at no f\peniw: to you! EseettsBK.
pIlJ'it!) no d*durti*>n*. Rapid atvaaceaem .
JIlL LttHaft CoyeU to spending Dr. aad Mrs. T. W. Weeks and II 681 OsaKreas Bldg. i&BI C FIa.I and fire living Vasrters.
the Ckrtoteas vacation ia Zero I Marisa Aaa of Fart Myen yeti Mn. Thetea Moot and Frederick The finest vtedical and dental care
i of Miami, and Mn. Mook's brother. prorid b tIM holidays with his pareats. Mr. I station for further 4cta4k
7v---i and Mra.: T. W. Weeks.Mr. Back Cockraae spent Tuesday herewith 21 IJ, 23 Leon BuildingFORT I'
Mr. and Mn. Joe Tan De M ERS. FLORIDA

the Ckrietmas koUdars. at bw teeter and Mn. Wa. M. Adkiasof Vide en route to Lakeland to spend -
II TT f t- iirr r. r
the holiday. I IcA4bociizcor
home SB Oataraaaa Ga. {
Ten Beach spent the holidays

.1 with ftelr pareata, Mr sad Mn! J. Yip Joyce Norton arrived Christmas -
mrs Kate hUIto of Tampa tovistuag W. AdfckM aad ... Gladys suite.Staaloy Ere front JacksoariUa. Ala.

fear dMgkter, Mn. R. K..1 where she is attending school to

Jordan and Mr. Jordaa.Mr. I Wayaaa of Miami spent sped the Christmas holidays with

last week-ead and Christmas Day her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B,
and .$. Jim Braaaaa otCtawtatoa j with kit parents Mr. sal Mn. Norton.

sport Ckrtotmas Day with Stanley Waymaa.Mr.
Mr. and mrs W. D. iatrros.Jdrr. ofrtttskarck.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gerwtoj
i sad Mn. Paul Griffla aadaoa Pa. who an spending

Lana .ATHasa sad Mte MaadeAttaoa : of Maaaattaa Winaaa. salted die winter ta at Petenkars. nnaaeadtac

tees the Caristmaa fa ataof Meads ken this ... Mrs Griffin a few!' days here with tkelracpkew.

Mr. sal .... B D. Tatar.Ma 1FiU... reatemkered acre as J. Hartford Dilley and Mrs.Daley. .

Miss Roberta Poy. .
Batty. Roberto sad Coasts

Bowes won the' wek-ead gaests Mr. and Mrs F. A. LaaceafeM George Skinner of the U. S. Nary,

of his motkor. )(I'S. Lacy Bowea. are retaining today to their borne now on leave at his home in Lakeland

ia Ceatralia III.. after a week's arrived yesterday to visit his .
Mr. sad Mn. Mkridg* WUaoa and visit with Mr. and Mn. H. Etkertoa. slater. Mrs B. M. Daniel and Mr !

okHiroa of Mtojai apeat the Ckrtstmas Daniel and JaIl many friends here.

y. holiday with kte pareata. Mr.i Re Is stationed in Arlington, Va. I EI j

aad >>re. Faal Wflaoa.Mr. Rer. and Mrs. W. S. Doseaisn left ,

Sunday afternoon to aped the Mr. and Mn. Jack McBlyea of i

sad Mn. O. B. Johnson anddaaghgt. Ckrtotaus holidays at kto ..... ia Miami spent last week-end ken Jost in time to with d of i

BTisea. of Chicago anTfetttat Lake City and her home la )(oatIMIrJ' with Mr. and Mn J. W. Cram and
Mn. Jokaaoa's Mr. our friends a happy and .
parents Ala. family. )(n. McEryea win he ra-
tad Mn. George Sturgte.Mr. imkered here as the! former Mte Prosperous New Tear.
c
Mr. and Mrs. John Wetkeriaftoa Jaae Warnoek. Many pleasant naeuxicies el i
and Mn Melvin Hawkins and
of HaTaaa. Case. wen the facets the past year come marcfaiaj
eattdrea of Plant City are speed,
Mr. Mn Ckrtoteaa Day of his krotker. W. Hal Frienon spent Christmas in review on this End 1947.Ootstandinc 1
fag a few dam with tad
L. Wetkertectoa and Mn. WethorMr. Jay ia Lakelaad the got ft .
as .
*. O. ...., Ja TU. ; r ; among them is f
1 ...... farmer OaagniBata Herkert J.
the cordial smxiaSppwe i
Dnae. Friends ten will bead ataaw*
Ana Braaaaa of West Pate
Mary
: and Mrs Frank Wootea sad to lean that Mr. Draaa to .* have had with yovL
Bench spent the Christmas koUday
K. daughters of Galfport Mtos.. are good health except for injuries sa. We look forward hopefullyis .
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
kottdayswltk stained in a recent fall from which
L. Braaaaa.Mr. wading the Ckrtotaus a continuance
and Mrs Joe ke is recovering rapidly. '
ker. pareau. Mr. f
of theM pleasant relations
and Mn Cart Hatfmaa addaackter. Tan De'Velde.Mte .
Fred .....oreax, a former resident
it Mesa of St. Patskatt **-!
,- vtatt d her parents, Mr. and Dorothy Skipper, who Is attending aid garage operator of Moore Ha-
" .... returned hate Monday and
. '> Mrs Geo. ........ Ckrteteas E e. college at swaaaaaoa, N.
" '.f With tile atatttes and the Jokasaa. C.. arrived Sunday to spend!! the hopes to again stake this his kome. FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
His family will Jola his shortly.
tkoy Tfcfkid Ckrtetmas Day ta Christmas holidays with her mother
J Be has been residing ta South Da-
YM Mn. Leona Skipper ta Lakeport. T. .rr !4 lr.lwr ,_4 ____
kota most of the time since ke left

here about 1935
; ran If'nnl ,,- i I IT .. -

Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Baum-

M gardner; and Karen tad Mrs Cecil 2OOd

Y Brook spent Christmas in West

Palm Beach with Mrs.. Daisy Yoder iVuIie i fc I u

Q4roRTLINEAt "K'and:'' family. Billy Brooks returned ,

i the following.. with them to COMING YE '

I spend; the remalader of the week ,

z F"I bHP with his mother.Mr .
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yr: I and Mra. Roy Alstcn and

i..1 I danjthten of Clewtotoa. Mr. and .

: Mrs Walter Jenkins and. sons ofI F
t I i I Port Dicers Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
!
g: i J FK'vd Shellabarcer: and Miss Vi ir-

2 jc.n'.a ?mti of T'.q M >- acre
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d.rrar sru: ,:' 'rt \- V JSun =

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AT TIlE
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Odhb ib tV
y lion oat of m. await the wppor- I

". EVERY MEMBER OF THIS ORGAMZL4T1ON sa ..tin of the Coming year! Wkk
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1r JOINS xnm is i> VISIIIM; ALL OUR law BUB* of ss it fa tW BBBtlerrdhop ,
: at C V f i s
*thai tomorrow,next_L, next #
rY .id
raiEMJS A>D PATRONS A IUPTY>D '-MO'lIaR UE.\H .UHK' I IV I
r month, tbtK(. will be Itrtirr. We
Bob Hope- Scrt-mfet
Vt: PROSPEROUS .NEW YEAR A>D THE RE- hope it may be M. We hope that
AA News i ithere
Y AF i* l8.. for you bleiBfofh
p JSEVAL OF OtH: PLEDCE TO CUE YOU
1 41: Wed.. Dec. Sl-Jaa. 1 a. yea have DOC rajored before
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THE UTMOST L> SER>1CE DtRI>C W47. F -RKLLK OF YVKOVTBS. and that thin >ew Yrar't IaoIiC -

John Wayne-Gypste Lee
p i Y ,. wiH be one ef complete joy

p .. a a a CartoonFri. for alL
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I Florida's Population average of 130,000 migrants left crease as well as migrations, has of the program, will award $5,& I
the South. The movement fell off either led all other states or ranked In cash to the most successful year on national awards in 1948.
Rises 219,000 In I 25 per cent during the 1930's but near the top. reeder. White Plymouth Rocks and New
5-Year rose to the unprecedented figure of Only adventuresome people quit A sub-committee consisting of Hampshire breeds have been pre
Period 3&0.090 annually during the war. their native lands, as a generals Dewey Termohlen and H. L. Shrad- dominant among entries awarded
"Among the 13 Southern I rule: those in search of greater er, both of U S. Department of certificates of quality this year.
DurIng the five year period. only Florida and Virginia have enJoyed economic opportunity or enchantment Agriculture: Clyde C. Edmonds Salt winning first place in ten and seven
1940-1945, Florida's permanent a net advantage In population or both' the State Chamber Lake City; Dr. George Jaap Ohio states, respectively. Other popular
population was Increased by 219- migrations over the past 10 I. points out. "Since Florida Is able State University, and D. D. Slade. breeds include Rhode Island Reds
000 by the In-migration of persons years. The effect of war production to supply these two Incentives in Lexington, Ky., was appointed to Cornish-White Rock crosses. Barred
from other states, the research and however in Alabama. Tennessee abundance more than half thee investigate facilities available for Rocks, Barred White crosses, and
industrial division of the Florida and Texas decreased the population of the state today is location of the 1948 contest. Birds White Giant-White Cornish crosses.N. .
State Chamber of Commerce reported -of loss of population in those state;I native to some other region." entered during the last year will R. Mehrhof, extension pe Hry-
yesterday in its weekly business since 1940 but was not great 1r be raised in a 12-week growing period man University of Florida, is _air.
release. enough to show a net gain in an) Poultrymen Enter in one central plant so that man of this state's Caiekea-.f-Te-
"This proportionately and com of the three states. uniform conditions will apply. morrow Committee.
paratively large increase in Flor "The ability of Florida to attrac t Breeding Contest Five regional meetings were announced -
ida's population varies widely fromthe and hold residents of other region:s for early January, to beheld AGRICTLTUUL KXPERI.MBNTSTATION
traditional Southern regional' in numbers far in excess of out- in Kansas City. Milwaukee, Atlanta -
Florida contestants will h
trend," the researchers stated. migrations is not a new movement compete New York and on the Pacific
with poultry breeders from 11 other
"For years, the South has con, Since 1915 the state's net annua 1 Coast. State chairmen will select
southeastern states In the 1947 I The first agricultural x..t
tributed substantially of its peopleto I in-migration has approximated 3:: then the site and date for regional
phase of the country-wide Chkken- Station in the United States was
other regions. During the per cent. Its growth in tot I contests in which uniform hatching -
del ,_ of-Tomorrow program. located at Weetoyaa Uafr..4Ur.Middtetown .
natural inV
cade. 1920-1930, an annual t: population through dates and growing periods will
This was announced in Chicago be observed.In I Connecticut, and WM
opened la 187$. In 1887 OMaraM
December 3-4 at a two-day meeting reviewing the year's contest,I
tC(KYYr'iYYr iYXYY'x't { xYxK'tY{ f'tYYX'iY Y1r CK 't C GI Mr. Slade who is national committee -' made! aa appropriation of |lMt
supervising a year to each state aad t rr..y
W chairman pointed oat that .
W x breeding project The committee. 44 states are participating. Of for the purpose of maintaining MaHone
W Y comprised of representatives of these, 33 states have staged local I of this .sort.

": !:' %' :!' :;::r.n:::" :; Y both Federal and state departments contest in 19 46. with many of the -.-
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the juvenile 1947, may we pause S We extend to wish for you? May

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smooth sailing through the 361 y I
blessings make life
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days to come and remind ,
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good service in the forthcoming :: I xx 1 1X to overflowing With tAu *

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your well-being and happiness Is Included

die yem to } diy year confidencemmwA i in the assortment with grateful

to merit JQBT continued Heartfelt good vislies acknowledgments for your kindness

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Sponsors Florida's ern Air Lines' new 420-foot term-
"Cigar inal building at Miami International Daily Service i Local Orchestra To Circus Horses Die
Bowl"
Game gestion Airport at expected the field to and relieve improve con. Increases SteadilyMIAMI. Play New Year's Eve Sebring Stopping I'I'In

TAMPA Dec. 18-(FNS)-Tak- service for EAL passengers will be At Junior Dance Show In Clewiston
ing the slogan "No man ever stood completed by Christmas, EAL preel- Dec. 18fFJ8)PaN( -
dent Captain Eddie eager travel on the DC-3 Douglas
BO straight Riekenbacker
when
as he stooped to I Skyliners of Skyline. lac.. which (Clewtoton News
help a crippled announced lent Saturday. ) (Clewis ton News)
child" i
Shrine .. Egypt Temple The building, now under construction inaugurated daily northward and The Sngarland Serenaders, a local!I if I Back Oweo Circuc. scheduled ,
sponsoring Florida southward flights between here and orchestra which has made quite a I
first "Cigar Bowl" between EAL's base and the to play Ctewteton last Friday night,
game which will regular air Jacksonville on December 2, has reputation for Itself with its daacemusic !!!
be played line terminal at the International hit Stb-
at Phillips Field NewYear's by catastrope at the
Airport steadily increased the initial night. will play for the dance being ,.
will be
used to .
Day between j'
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the University i A. Lee Harrell president of the showing on Wednesday tibfet
of Delaware and Rollins College. unload all passengers and cargo line said today. held next Tuesday evening, beginning "ea two of their trained....
Game time 1:30 from Eastern's incoming plane except : at ten o'clock sponsored
p. m. died from arsenic poison and
Harrell is so impressed over the eight
the daily flight from San Joan : by the junior Clans of the Clewte-
The entire others were sick and expected t*
proceeds of this reception accorded Skyline's first
game Rickeabacker ton High School. I
declared that the
less actual expense, will be givento II schedule that he plans inauguration; die at last reports.
building is
temporary and is bates Plenty of fun and excellent dancing
the Shrine Crippled Children I soon of a morning-departure flight No explanation was given tat
put in this
at time fe
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help handle promised for the
Hospital. Indications are that the the additional over the route from Jacksonville to jl many merrymakers I I there was some suspicion of fowl
plaaes that EAL has who will wish
"vent will be a eel!-out. Tickets I I added to its I Miami and eventual embracementof the to Join in play and a complete investigatloaIs
system during the last festivities as'the
may be secured from Egypt Temple few leading Florida cities with a new year I being made. A representative of
months. !
"We hope the thj comes in at midnight nor will the
Tampa, with prices ranging street !schedule of daily flights some time I I the company, here the following
terminal the field :festivities
across will end until well into 1 U
from 11.50 to U.60 including tax. be in use before another winter season 'I after the first of the year. Proceeds 7'1 I day said that if the horses ibM
," The current daily flight northward from the dance will be I I were tick recovered the show would
KASTKH.V alit L1MJK' >K\V 42JOOT $ cornea he -said. __ I from here departs at 1:2t used to defray the costs of the an i I be held here a little later tat if they
mji ii>i.:>n TO HE War Assets Administration a. m; Fort Myers. 4-30; Tampa. anal Junior-Senior banquet and,I{: did not the show would have to
('OllJ>l. TI-H SOOV stopped has 9:20; Lakeland, ,:4i; Orlando, otter clans expense The admission leave the road until a new group is
certifying veterans for itemson is SZ."
I, the "set aside" 10:15; Ocala, 10:50; Gainesville, per couple. trained.
list because demand -
MIAMI, Dee. IS-(FNS(-East far exceeds supply. 11:15: St. Augustine, 11:46; arriving .
War Assets .
in Jacksonville at 11:59.: The Administration is Surplus chapels at military In
return flight southward departs offering arc welders and tepMeeataillations are available to reJttio**
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1:55; Ocala, Z:%0; Orlando 2:55; "

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Tl"H.\ INCOME the Northwest;; Corner of Section C, t o as the landowners determine, and payable te the Chairman ef the .sute
a.c"4. South Range; M East; J. Transacting sv h other business Road Department, with the nacsssaryState's
For the fiscal year 19 U, which Iran South along the Range I,is may com before the meeting Documentary Stamps atustosa.roust .
is line to the Northwest Corner of Section BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF l accompany each Md. All eor-
the last year for which accurate LKG\L NOTICES 1*. Township 44 South. Rangy SUOARLAND DRAIXAQEDISTRICT tiRed checks shall be certified within -
income boundary line of Section 19 and 11. Ry F. Deane Duff Presidenttoe. bid*. Cashiers' checks will not be
of agriculture was over 13 Townahip .e South. Range 314 East to 20-27 accepted. The checks of the two lowest -
"Million dollars the Northeast Corner Section 2t.I bidders will be deposited.All .
\OTICK Township 4. South. Range JI East: I work to be done In accordance
thence South on ectfon line. tralgkt. with the Plans. t-.pectftca.Uons. and
to intersect the South Boundary of >OTHK TO TH4CTOK! Special Provisos of Ute State Road
1', action of Glades Count Beardrnmtssioners Glades County at the Southwest Corner OH-'UK OK TUB %TATB ROAD Department. Special attention is
,,t, ., under C. G. L. 281- of Section 11. Township 42 South. DtP"HT"t called to Special Provtaiona which will
1 _, i.'t;' .1t'11 County Election Precinct Point of Beginning" b* furnished with each prop sak
.s:, N. N.rth La Belle) is altered andz boundary of said County due West to Tallahassee Florida Proposals will be furnished toQualified
.1 include Precinct No 2
to The
voting
place in said Precinct Contractors application
rLANE STALSSdFFLba0013 30" a 3'1000'EaSS :,air i? ) and hereafter the corn- No.5 nhall be the ..... a* heretofore December 12. 194'. to this office FOR THE upon SUM OF
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arc h a.ar..e"r..wrwrrr 1 \ ,net will be k1I"O.. provided by the Contmtoaioner of Dia- CO\.TitL(T10\ PROGRAM 15 FOR EACH PROPOSAL. Plans
I f. r : Nu;; s.i"u trict in which the Precinct la located Sealed bids will be received at this may be purchased from this office for
!. .recinct No 5 BO altered J. E. FRIKRSOK, CnairBMtn flies from Qualified Contractors unil -1 the sum of S& for each set No proposals
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....... .rr*r d is described:
., ., Glades County Florida. t It:3s A. M. IE.S.T. on the 9th day will be issued unless requestsfor
ei bYr. M wr r I 1' =: flume at the Southwest Cor- ATTEST _
.... .a.wnr..atai : of" January. 1947 for the construction II then are received by this officeat
.. r iji.des County. which i. the of County Conwniaaionera. of the following: least 24 hours prior to the Nate
e. r.Nr.w. S ti! -t t\rner of Section Jl. Town- D a Weeks Cleric. Mate Prejeet. Jet \w TM2-1M. Read for opening bids
.w r t r.w rOaLT
.J .4,. -" uth Range 21 East: thence DecUI. 1\1 l lo. 78. Glades Count, between Lake- I All bids most snow totals for each
rrr.YSNa.rr..rrN. r r t)lr .r long the Range line which kM Inserted -
port and Indian Prairie CanaL Work item and total amount of
; AEio11 1ODUCTSCO. it..I. boundary of Glade. CounNi t a, consist of clearing and grubbing I on the cover of the proposal.
said
2zm f Corner of
I 1'rth\1i l't grading; construction of a Sand Bi- The right is reserved to reject any
: ui' t h is the Northwest Cor- Taliahaaaa. Florida
..... tI Ominous Road Mix Pavement and: or all bids
: it."n t>. T hip 40 South. Noveaber ttth. 141NOTRE : DEPARTMENT
il ncidental It."mll. The !length i" ap- STATE ROAD
G: .IS' -8 I I. -t. run thence Fast and :\or .:
a76i Park .',e., W. New }York NJ. to I 'roJOlmatt'ly' 1(1..81 101111. A certifiedheck I OF FLORIDA
N Ui 1 in.i i t51'ounty in the amount .,f $9..110100 will F. E. Rayless. Chairman.
_ ,..----------. ;; la hereby pea that the b.f required. i I I Herndon P. Colone State
I Trustees of the Internal Improvement For tub pnpo-.il I a urtifi.d ihtckj I I Highway Engine
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I Fund of the State of Florida ( i'nth. amount stt,' HAPPY LANDING, BUD! By COLLIER ,(umlrttivea i offer for sale pur-/I'/ I
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\"Ii. the land in GLADES COUNTS I
tl. d.i ., rb." NW'lot of NW. and fractional I If
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;- *?uth Range JJ East contaln-
,' i. "rt acres.
';'! urchaser I Is required to past"I
,l\ ,rtising cwt
i Till I: TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL
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too reject any and all bid..
r.:. -ii East: thence long the South
I \ "HDER 1 of tile Trustees of I.i-
I improvement Fluid of the dtate Other Alfei Products '
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MILLARD F. CALDWELL,
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Notice is hereby given that pursuantt
I ? rail of the Board of Supervisors of
garland Drainage District, and In I
.irrordnnce with Section 1455. Article
Title 7 of the Complied "
I. barter 3. r a -
I I;< ner.il Laws of 1937. Florida the annual & .
meeting of the landowner ofufftirland I
Drainage District for the
year U.", will be held at the office
"f Mid District at Clewiston. Florida. 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
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nn Wednesday January 8. 1947 lit
4 10 clock P. M. Eastern standardTim. West Palm Beach Fla.
for the purpose of ,
t. Electing one" Supervisor for a
t. i in of three years.
I Receiving annual report.. and
j I ikinK! such action with respect there- .,
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