Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00151
 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: January 3, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00151

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10LOIK 23-.NUMBER 36 MOOUE HAVES, n.onm.nun.u'. \M\UV 3, 1917 Srnscnll'TIOX--$2.50 PER TEAR I

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; Site Is Selected For New Sugar Mill I I


Diston Island Gets .Electricity Tomorrow Morning

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I Methodist Hour To I .
ContiactolWitlldravs i
Be Broadcast Sundays Company Officials Pick

Suit Against REA Co-op' Rev. W. S. Bowman pastor of Spot Across From Town

the Methodist Church here calls attention -
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I I to the Methodist Hour whichMur17iyConstruction I

Entire "A" Project TOil Adult Training Union I will be broadcast every Sunday I I VFW Post Has Regular Bearing Tests- Are To

morning at 8:30 Eastern Standard
Be In About
Ready Meets At Crum HomeThe Time for the next three months. Monthly Meeting Be Made For Its

Two \Veeks
This is a network presentationand Foundation
Adult Training Union of the The
regular meeting of the
may be heard here over WIOD,
Glades Baptist Church met on Tuesday Glade Poet, Veteran of Foreign .
W. K. Irb), manager of the I I
JJ earls ('ool'f"ratht"IL'J authorIzed evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miami; or WFLA. Tampa at 8:30or Wars was held at the school house The new sugar mill here moveda

till afternoon at three o'clock J. W. Crum. from WDBO. Orlando at 7:09. Thursday evening with thirteen step closer on Monday of this

to energi/p the new lines in ))fJt- The meeting was opened with a Exceptionally fine speaker are members present. week when Roland Caldwell vice-
ton Inland tomorrow morning. The prayer and Scripture reading by the '''I' to have charge of these program, Three new members were wel- president of Ruth Sugars of Abbe
Washington office alo authorizer lass president, W. K. Riley. A the first one on the coming Sundayin comed into tie organisation. Rev. yule La., accompanied by his engineer .
the energising of all lines a* soon short business session was held in charge of Bishop W. W. Peeleof John A. Moore, Virgil Womack aid E. A. Rose and another technical -
a* ready without further i enniHMon which Mrs. Lillian Cram was elected Richmond, Va., who will speak H. W. Aycock, Womack transferring I adv eor, flew here to look over
from that office.J. quiz leader. Mm. Jessie Sturgis on "An Informed Church." On the Rev. Moore was appointed Post i proposed site for the mill whfch
aa captain of group one. Mrs. Emma 12th of January Senator John W. Service Officer to recceed Glen i they propone to more here shortly

F. Thompson, of St. Petersburg wiadall, captain of group two and Sparkman of Alabama, will sPeak from a St. Petersburg post. I from Louisiana.
t: contractor for the construc- Mr*. Grace Summer a* social chair [on "Oar Responsibility for World Paronto who recently moved to Since J. E. Caldwell preaUeet ol.
ties of electric power lines for the ..... Peace." On the 19th Dr. UmpreyLee Fort Myers to make his home. : the company, had prevtwsly expressed -
f Cla4e Bteetric Cooperative REAorganisation A delightful hour of, games and I president of Southern Methodist The remainder of the meeting I a desire for a leeaftoa eat
serving Glades County. contests followed after which the University at Dallas will speakon time was taken up with a discussion I the Caloosahatcbee Canal J. a.I ..
aaaeuaced yesterday the withdrawal hostess served delirious pound cake I "The Community of the Con of the minstrel show. which Frierson had been busy for nMae
of his suit for damages for I and hot chocolate to: Rev. and I fident" and on tie final Sunday in the poet is .sponsoring next Friday I time getting information on varlets

. .I.hUT!.if contractual failures on the i Mrs. John A. Moore )Jr, and Mrs. January the speaker is Bishop Wm.C. night and which will he held st the sites between Moore Haven sod
part of the co-operative. I L. M. Lilly W. K. Riley, Mrs. Martin of Topeka Kan, "The site of the proposed new VFW home I Lake Hicpochee. These officials.
This action brings to an end Mamie Langdale, Mr*. Grace Summers Similar noted speakers will conduct on Avenue I and Third Street.F1MII.NR however after inspecting the various i
what had given promise of being a! Mrs. Emma Swiadall Mrs the service each Sunday in sites picked the one nearest to '
lengthy period of litigation and will I W. T. Ball Mrs. Jessie Sturgis and Eternal God andChanging World." I n ITOH.' town which will prove an ideal location -
permit the immediate energizing of Mrs. Inez How d8h ell. February and March. if tests for piling bearing prove

the Hoe wfcbjh- have been con- Visitors at William' Heating i favorable.
l ... .." Fishing,I dgef"anringthe pdt-wetk'l This .--prffwrtj "'*approximately>
._ o't'" 1S ealh Include R. Chancey of Tampa W. fifty acres, *&rectl/ across the canal
party to causing the member-own! Company I Pnckett and D,' Tbarin of West from Moore Haven in what was
en of the co-op to suffer a long : Palm Beach; L. Inman of Miami; at one time a portion of the 'city,
delay In obtaining power ,,'bleb'IItiptlon Low Bidders On Power Plant T. Tippey of Cincinnati Ohio, L. Is now owned by F. D. Yann and
would have brought about. Wooten of Jeesnp Ga., and H. after the site had been picked a 1
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follows Davidson of Jacksonville agreement was quickly
His statement : --------- -------- I
"O.r Mil of complaint file reached for purchase of te land
Directors To Act On
throagh the declaratory Judgment Sixty-Five Attend l"t'BCII.\S.: limn from Mr. Yaun. An abstract of title

act for determination of alleged Bids At Meeting is now being made by the Gtedea-
Click Reunion Mr. Mrs. A. Dowd have
and C.
contract failures by the Hendry Abstract Co. W. C. Kail.
Bleetrk Cooperative In*.. ha ben Tuesday Nite purchased the five-room bungalowon i Clewlston engineer was costfteted
withdrawn. Sixty-five attended the Click reunion Avenue L from Mrs. Roscoe and will begin at once obtaining the

"We fte not wish to be a party The Murphy Construction Company on Christmas Day which was Harris and are fixing it up as a necessary soundings and pile bear-
home The vale
price was not given
to enttac the member owner othis1 ing data.
one of the largest subcontractors held at the home of Mr and MrsJ.
ceearative to suffer the delays on the contraction of the S. Click in Lakeport. The front The site" selected U almost an

ta receiving electricity that starch plant at Clf>wletOB. submitted lawn under the big>> cypress trees I ideal one for an industrial location
Vtmgtbr legal Ittlgatlo of contractdelkiiauMs the lowest hid tot the coBstruetkm was tamed into temporary picnic MASONIC OFFICERS since it i* bounded on the north

weald surely bring of the new power plant for the ground, where dinner was served side by the Atlantic Coast Line
abo.f Glades Electric Cooperative when !cafeteria style. Barbecued pig and INSTALLED MONDAY Railroad on the south by Highway
M*. Thompson also stated that the bids were opened at one o'clock beef provided the "piece de resist 25 and on the west by the Caloosa-
the contract was now being rnshed today at the RRA office in the I ance" for the dinner. In the aft- hatchee Canal.

to toasplftlon as rapidly as possible Frierson Betiding The total bid ernoon the guests enjoyed music NIGHT BY DDGM ll On the basis of this action by the
aad be expected to have all lines was $1* .34J with a deduction' of singing, visiting, and taking kodak company, several growers are already -
ready for the co-op to take over I 100 if certain of piping Is
$% a type pictures. --.--- planting tracts of sugar cane,
within two weeks. permitted.The Those attending the reunion froma The new officers of Moore* Haven -I largely for use as seed cane next

The lines running from Moore Mnrphy bid was also the I distance were Mr. and Mrs David Lodge So. U. F. and A. M., year but there should be a sizeable
listen to Clewlston will be energized lowest of the three submitted for Click of New York City, whp have I both elective and appointive were acreage ready for harvest next winter
next Tuesday, W. B. Irby. coop the time for completion of contract Just returned to Florida to makeIt installed Monday night by District should the new mill be finished
manager said last night pro- i 120 days. their permanent home; Mr and Deputy Grand Master Fred Habnor and put into operation by that time.
viding permission is given for this The second high bid was that of Mrs. Donald Fream Cincinnati of Fort Myers in a brief but Impressive Instead of moving one of the
action by the Washington office of I Chslker Construction Company of Ohio; Roscoe Clkk and children open service which was at- several mills which the company
REA. This be said is merely a West Palm Beach one of the largest Fred and Barbara Jean Mr. and tended by 77 Masons, O. E. S. mem- owns In Louisiana an effort is being -
matter of form and should be im-!'I contractors on the starch plantat Mrs. Bill Click Mr. and Mrs. Fred bers and member of Masonic fame made to purchase the mill of
nwdlately forthcoming. The line to Clewiston with a bid of $111.500 Zimmerman and daughter Ann. ilies. 'the Verinllllon Sugar Company in
Lakeport will probably be energized 1'end a contract time of 248 days. Miami; )Ir. and Mrs. Sherod Dewed Most of the new officers are from that state to be moved here. Final
on Thursday of next week and the Clewlston which now has a were be signed
I I A Clewiston firm. Coleman and and their sons Hsrry. Gene. Ed- preponderance papers expected to
flat toOrtena, on which the contractor I Fry. was the highest bidder with a eat. Mrs. Francis Winter and of members in the the first of the year on this pur-
is now working will.be ener- I' Moore Haven lodge. M. A. Thomas chase. This is small
total bid of $150.000 and a con- daughter. Jean. Tampa; Mr. and 1 a comparatively
glead as soon as comptetea. tract time of 270 days. !101.... Tommy Sullivan and children. will serve as Wershlpfal Master In mill but will be expanded to a capacity -
..I will be opened at one o'- i 1.1TV. __ r.. Keen M Senior Warden of 3,000 tons of eane pr
So action will be taken on Kenneth. Bert, and KatJaf'l'l8e.1 -- u cn-- --
cloek: today for the new power plant and J. K. Rogers as Junior I day.
bid until the meeting of the cooperative QaaaUeo. Va.: Mr* Ben Weed
oiMfrM here bat no bid will be Warden. W. L. Bellamy and I. E
of B. ;
director OB Tuesday night Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. M.
accented prior to the regular Tuesday meeting Best week. Wbil* the bid are Collup Nancy June Coilnp and 1 Scott were .re-elected secretary and I{i Baptismal Service Held
tit the coop directors next somewhat higher than had been anticipated Billy Jean Gorman Springfield treasurer .....IYeI1. poets they
...... The cost of this strue some observer feel tha' Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pridgenand I have held tor many years. i"At Lakeport
tare i* expected to be between I they are not too far out of liar II children. Douglas and The appointive officer installed i

rtxtT and neventy-flve tlionaa.1 considering the advanced cot of CtewiBton; Mr. and Mrs caroI11l'1' were R. E. Waldron. Senior Deacon i 1. Miss Maude Click and Win
dollar. building; materials. Had the contract -:,Gorman Moore Haven. ; J. C. Jacksaaa (by proxy,M!: Geraldine Langford were baptizedlast
Tbj. a*>f". meeting of the co-op Junior Deacon; W. S. Boaemaa (by'
the election of a new I been let six month' ago the| Other present were" Mrs W. S.i i iClick. i Sunday afternoon in Fisheat.
_j.ghsn.and !
proxy: a Chaplain Glean Dress.
director. will be held "n:> bids would probably have been 1011'\| Mr. and Mrs J. S. Click and ; ing Creek by Rev. Donald Fream of
latft et Tiler; W. H. Lanier, Senior Steward -
this.Jaavary er. 1 children Jtamie and Joyce: Mr. ,Cincinnati Ohio.
night ;
the .** Thursday i and W. RoUson.. Junior Stew-
The new bajbjjag ** "** feet h* | Click and chil
Mrs. Sherman the
nsesw>fl, SO and it now apthat and I Bo 1)'OUg ladle made
when this meeting Iasu l 111t 4a4 w i.Jh! Mtik entirely dren. Becky, Debby Lois. Steve, and are.After I "good mafMcton" at a meeting of
l he had taken his seat as
jars ta "A" project wisVt -ail .. cea- janis; T. C. Buasell. Mr. and Mrs. ,the Lakeport Christian Endeavorgear'y
.. ... Tie'fto 0t .* pant w. and children Slat Worshipful harlot Mr. Thomas
..Ji :F eleetrical carrent .4RisleM .. .fret ? jroMllt ,QBtia Busseli presented a Pact Master's pin tol and requested immediate
-,. be he- fHe'a" the ley. Irfy. Jo Ann. Aubrey and "$.istAt the ctose of the meet-
: r. chairman at !:thebowl : ground line and the %.# Ie Kajf, Mt. and Mra. John Click; Mr. J.other B. Cox.former retlrteg vaster Master. I., E.and Scott two I fag members of the Christian Endeavor -
I the mate floor will be> p*! rl con Herbert Click Betty I friends
trmatees of then tJaehaon- **d Mrs Carr Settle.This Society, parent and
and .
yule jsn..er College anaanncd,last crete. The power house rem is Cttek. ilaade Click Wendell Click. is the first time in many gathered for the impressive bap-
sibs for the ttb.' 11'8 IJ 2. feet la height. Mr. and M.... Fred Hammond and tismal service.
that a ?
wen r ofSew yean that a joint installation ha
TucK t'nna4ny
Allen \ .
mtrM. from James Freda Belle Hammond Lakenwtt.Pradmee
heel fund abot even net beam held with the Order of
York and Miami w"r > the engineers -
ths. HWMeWa section.'mprisedd who designed the bclMingMr i Bastara Star tart a change in their Mr. and Mra. Ward Roberts spsnt
aM.... Construction plans I: moving from ta* Pom. "-la.* makes it necessary fr them New Years Day in Miami.
wr .tIIItII-r muds.L.a I and Mrs. G- A. Johmaom and paM feat Farsser Marksthts -.'" to wait until after Grand Lodge I
)lr. and Mrs OlWf St UIII were /. im PS kiMvy D.. a: -a** ta April t* install new of- an OES ommHtee served refreshments -
.. to: rtte returned visitors in 'Xspl* Wed arty and pact wt M average of ;} iti i i of sandwiches cake and coffee
........, 'lY6rM boils rings where I Tb sudsy. I .*? _Tit helm siyped. ,- r. P O wt*>g the cawing of lodge to the Urge group attending
sae IfIIM the hoUdays.
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i' to the test

J I (U I thing yon will get from

SUNDAY Lesson others when you begi b feel

sorry for yourself.Of promptly '"-
ecosc it goe! Wright to the seal ol UM
BT HAROLD U LCNDQUIST. D. a an the surprises trouble to help loosen and expel
HOUSEHOLD Of The Moody Bible Institute at Chirac to compare with germ laden phlegm] and kid nature
Released by Wester Newspaper Unioo. treading in the darkness on to soothe. and heal raw, tender, inflamed
I bronchial mucous mem
a step that isn't thereSome braces.Ten your druggist to sea ycm

WiWOS.Gloilfy Lesson for January 5 people will never be a bottle of Creaomlston with the tnderstaBdmK -
/y4nC content with their lot anti yon must lire the way tt
quickly allays the cough or yoa are
.. .; :ria yy 1.._and subjects copyright and Scripture by latematioaalat texts seded they occupy the one n the to have your money bade.CREOMULSION.

xouncfl Rclicioua Cducatioa. seed by cemetery.
After all, comma cease is
I r .. for Ccudu Chest Colds BroAd tis
5 Y t s, THE WORD MADE FLESH not so common.

We detest political philanthropists -

LESSON TEXT-John tt.1L who want to per-
MEMORY SELECTION-NO BUB lath form all their deeds .f kindness u. S. Savings BondsTo
wen Cod it any Brae. the only! begotten Son.
which Is to the bosom of the father. he hath with our money. Have and to Hold!
icclared htm. Jota 1:U.

A new year always carries with

t a deep sense of responsibility i Some Good Pointers I

and at the same time a thrill of Happ/efWIiit

expectancy.That On Writing Letters 1
is why we need to begin this I I 1 / I '

Jew 'ear-and continue it-in the

study of God's Word, so that we may r---ii TTR'NRITING
mow his will. You will find it to be Oo c

i Joy and blessing to you, not only

IS you study it by yourself, but also
rS eF.. :n the fellowship of those in the Sun- M NINYSo

lay school and church. q Q
Our lessons 0 e0
for the next three
nonths are of unusual interest, for O '

hey take up the Gospel of John i (

which was "written, that ye might 00WHEN 'I + 0oo

elieve that Jesus is the Christ, the I

Son of God; and that believing JI CONSTIPATION makes yen kd
night have life through his name" yank u the dickens briags ea stomach

John 20:31). take. tssu. fttsj diac4.mfart",
CaUwelrs famous IDedidDe
Jesus Christ is here presented as I Is tvctty pull the trigger on lar* *taaardc" -
:he Word (Logos), and he is indeed WritoasYouTalk and help you feel bright awl

Vegetables to Whet AppetiteSee :he living Word come to reveal I chipper tfaia.
DR.CALDWCU'S Is the wonderful..
:Hod to a pen-chew? The
us. you
( recipes below) ARE
t Uxsttrt contained in good dd Syrtf
I. The Living Word Is the Light will come more easilyIf Pcpsu to max. it M say to tak*.

Vegetable TrickeryIt >f Men (vv. 1-5). you'll bear In mind that a letter MANY DOCTORS ass pepsia prrpsj
LYNN CHAMBERS'! MENUS i I is merely conversation between fcoas in prttcriptioBS to mak tile ta--
Men ask
questions about Christ.
friends. Just write as you do. more palatable and agreeable I*
fhey want to. know whether he Iso take. So be laxative U
seems only yesterday that win- Chicken Broth would speak! sure your eaUiaed -
ler vegetables were allowed to lie Carrot Loaf be regarded as a good man ands u Syrup Pepsin.MSIST .
in almost great leader, or must we recog- ON DL CAlDWttrS favorite -
storage Sour Cream Cabbage with size him God? Remember, peoole Judge you by your of millions for 50 years and feel
indefinitely, and Bacon Strips as being letter Do yes know the correct Mint that wholesome relief from constiBSbon. -
The is here. He "was"n Man sad ending for various types of let.lersr .
lt when served, it Grape and Orange Salad Are of English and Even finicky children lore it.
yu cure your
was done with an Hot Buttered Toast the beginning (Gen. 1:1): which grammar? It pays: to brush up? CAUTION Use only u duectsd.
apology. Yet Butterscotch Pie Beverage neans that he pre-existed from all Oar 4ft-pace booklet How to Write
and he God" Letters fotAll Occasion," Include many
these winter Recipe given. ternity, "was evenis ....... vales and hints. Send 29 cents
,. 1 rnembe of the he was "with God" This eter- IcgfcO t. Wc-ekJy Newspaper Service, IU DR.CA1DWELTSSENNA
vegetable kingdom lal, living divine Word was the "ex- f>. 17t_ SL, New Torn 11, N. Y. Print your I
v address booklet title.
Ai have not 2 eggs ress image" of God (Heb. 1 3), and LAXATIVE

only good nourish- 1 tablespoon green pepper 10 perfectly revealed the Father (v. I
ment but excellent 2 cups corn niblets (18). In His Favor CONLUNiac SYRUr PEPSIN

appetite appeal to offer. Melt butter in saucepan over low lIe is the Creator (v. 3) and giverf George is marrying one of ,
life both natural and somtuaL these aU-round girls. She swims, I
and sweet potatoes are fire. Stir in flour, salt, pepper. Add -
Carrots This ete-in l-Word-t -i"as golfs drives a car, and is an air
became ( hens ,
rich sources of vitamin A which we milk; cook, stirring constantly until pilot. I I
1 ) the light of He to
men. came
need for building resistance to colds. mixture is thickened. Stir some of I
"Lucky for George he can cook
chine sinful
into the darkness of
Rutabaga is also rich in this vita- hot mixture into egg yolks and r* a isn't it?" Backache
norld with the of
only light redemp-
min. For vitamin B2 you can con- turn to saucepan; add minced green I
aon. We again. "This is the
centrate on such things as turnip pepper and corn. Fold in stiffly say May Warn of Disordered
z greens, beet greens, green lima beaten egg whites and turn fait Kidney Action

beans and dried peas. Green pep- greased casserole. Bake in a moderately II. The Living Word Is a Divider Uodcr Ue: with Ita tarry ud warytrregaar

pers, which are easily available as slow (325 degrees) oven fat )f !Men (vv. 6-13). IIStlf4t..Nos8 IIralual'-i&a twbiu risk, improper ol spawn saws sad iafao u1.

well as brussels sprouts, are rood 50 to 60 minutes. The darkness of sin was so deep, I HOB-throw* heavy strait. the .ark
beans, ind still el the k drnjr*. They are apt (e be o..
sources of vitamin C. Green is so deep that the glorious '
Puff. .MUN sad lit ta Slur eiena acid
broccoli and cabbage supply calci- Rutabaga fight of God is not received with : sad other impantias(ran tN UefiriBfMood.

um, phosphorus and iron. (Serves 6) ladness., nor accepted at all. We Ton. BIT eaSer stflB. bsckaeka

Fortunately for advances made in 1 1 tablespoon minced onion tee that in the close of verse 5. toi"T"h' ...d..,.... otuwoe, pUla .a _iftta,

cooking techniques, none of the win- Z tablespoons drippings Now the question comes, Does it Sleep leg .pun now, .,.all..I..c-f.won ml.. Otber eooataatiTtmd. ..,..

ter vegetables need wear a hum- 34 tops cooked, mashed rntabap nake any difference how a man I d kidney or bladder disorder are wow
times bamsc. scanty ar lee f.q_,
drum air when they come to the dinner 1 teaspoon salt regards Jesus Christ A little Va-tro-nol annauon.
table. Dress them up and give Dash of pepper The answer is clear. You must In each nostril Try 0...'. ", UL 0...'. ..., the

them a bit of seasoning and glamor Hi tablespoons sugar iecide what you will do with him. nasal to relieve stopensnp kJdaeys waste. Tbey to. paw....0111&111. had more scar tbaa ball body aeeatary
and the family will relish them. 2 eggsCook You cannot avoid that decision: orevade sient congestion. Makes breathing t I of pubhe.ppro.ale Are reeoavawaded .

onion in drippings for 3 min that light which shines. You easier. Invites restful sleep. Works I pose by sn.kb.rf2imTI1 Iratelid .ma everywhere.Atk

Carrot Loaf Add Dust either accept or reject, and a fine Grand tar relieving snlfly I
(Serves 6) utes. tl !allure to accept is a rejection. distress of head colds.Try itt Follow I
mashed rutabaga directions In the package.
1 cup milks God has witnesses to the Light. I
with salt, pepper,
eggs sugar and well John was such a witness and he, VICKS VA- RO'FSO3

1 teaspoon salt beaten ike all true witnesses for Christ,
egg yoUu. -
Dash of pepper iirected attention to him. John's
Fold in )
1 tablespoon sugar ; beaten whites stiff }, treat testimony was just a lesser It Is Wise to Read the AdvertisementsIn

1 tablespoon salad oil Turn into i ight to point men to the true Light. This Newspaper Before Going Shopping
14 cups grated raw carrots I greased casseroleand That true Light is shed abroad for

H cup dry bread crumbs bake in a hot all men (v. 9). -- -

!i cup chopped nuts oven (400 degrees As they face Christ, men divide

1 cop looked rice ) for 20 ti ribs two groups. His own people,

Add milk to well beaten eggs; add 25 minutes. sod his own creation rejected him

salt, pepper, sugar and salad oiL hen be came (v. 11). How utterly

:Mix carrots, bread crumbs nuts Stuffed Onions : :raCieI! And yet the same thing

and rice; fold into first mixture. (Serves 4) toes on today. Men hear the gos1)e1 -

Turn into a> greased loaf pan and 4 medium-sized onions are made acquainted with

bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees 2 tablespoons butter I : rist and his claims, yet fail to

) for 45 minutes. Serve with a 2 tablespoons flour accept his proffered salvation, and

cream sauce to which hardcookedeggs 1 cup milkteaspoon I ire eternally lost (John 3:19; Eph.

or peas have been added. H salt I 1:1).

Dash of pepper j But. thank God, there are those
Fried Carrots and Apples. 1 egg yolk : 'ho receive him (v. 12)), and to

(Serves 6) 2 tablespoons grated cheese I hem he gives the power the right

6 medium-sized carrots 1 cup cooked peas I )r authority, to be the sons of God.

6 small apples I This change declaredo .
is expressly: :
Peel onions; cover with boiling -- -
3 tablespoons drippings salted water and cook be (1) not by reason of family fft
2 tablespoons brown sugar gently for 3( I
minutes or until tender. Make w heredity-"not of blood"; (2) not
!; cup corn syrup natural
3y instinct or developmentnot
of flour
sauce butter and milk and
1 teaspoon with salt and I "of the will of the flesh"; and
season Add
Wash and drain carrots; cut into pepper _
egg yolk and cheese, then [3) not by human volition or by ,
thin pieces lengthwise. Wash peel Cut almost nan's will power-not "of the willf
a cross through the onions
and core apples; --..:=--r,.. and nil with the creamed peas ) man
cut into eighths Sprinkle with paprika and serve at III. The Living Word Is a Re-

lengthwise Melt once. realer of God (vv. 14-18). w
in skil-
drippings The eternal Word, the Lord Jesus
let and add sugar Sour Cream
Cabbage. :Christ, laid aside his place of honor
and syrup. Arrange ,- (Serves < or 5) 0 Rub in Ben-Gay, quick! Gently warming Den Gay
heaven earth and took
n came to
carrots and brings speedy,welcome relief from chest-cold disconx
2 tablespoons butter himself flesh that he
jpon our might
apples in altercate ..... Vi peeled, minced clove garlic deem us from sin. What infinite fort You see,Ben-Gay contains up to 2 Vi times mote
layers in methyl salicylate and menthol-two
: pan, spnnkljig: each layer with salt 8 14 taps finely shredded cabbage Mndescension, what unfathomable agents known to all doctors-than five other widely
boiling water :live
Cover and cook over low flame for cop offered rub-ins. Insist oa genuine Ben-Gay the
H sour cream He dwelt and showed ,
cap among men
11,2 hours. Turn onto hot platter anal Bau&M AnaIC sique.
1 tablespoon lemon juice orlh the grace and truth of God.
and serve at once. AIM fw r. die ta I KnawTBn,iwsai USE ui STMOJ.fct .
1 ,
tablespoon granulated sugar 'or he was full of these heavenly
Puffs are a very popular way fw K4 tt tr hrTTItc
Here 1 tablespoon salt ittributes. But it was in his giving CUdra.
vegetables. are
.... dressing: up V4 teaspoon celery seed )f himself as Redeemer and Sa-
treated in this way
two vegetables 1 beaten riour of
egg mankind that he fully revealed -

Corn Puff. Melt butter in skillet, then saute God in all his gracious love

1 (Serves 4 to 6) garlic in it for 5 minutes. Add cabbage 'JOT us.Notice. '

1 tablespoon butter and boiling water. Cover and the antithesis here.hLaW"

2 tablespoons flour bring to a boil. Reduce heat and a set over agamat "grace"; "given"
1 teaspoon salt simmer for 8 to 15 minutes. Add stands m contrast with "came,
nd "Moses" with "Jesus Const"
Dish of white pepper remaining ingredients which have

1 cup milk been combined.




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NEWS Fiifc \ ; CIO/ Girds for New Wage Drive; Full After Tables counting the bountiful yieldsof

I AByPAUL -rl i. 1946 farm production the depart- '

a/1111 U.N. Closes Meet in Harmony; ment of agriculture told Americans
that they would eat well again in

Rental Planned 1947.! I,
More Units
By intensive tillage of substantially -
NEL _______ Rel-.: r< Western t'.... per ,'; aDJITO&'S smaller acreage than prevailed in
Tte Broadway Express: NOTE i Wke ., ... are K,trwi .. 0... .eI..... tier .r. tk... dfears the *20's, farmers produced record
Memos of a Midnighter Neighbors MALIGN Jby ?..wi,a.er Cate.'. .**. ...>T>U a.i .M ....uar .( Uu. .cwi..,*r.i crops of wheat, corn, rice, potatoes I Ii

say J. L. Lewis doesn't have -- ._-- i soybeans tobacco and garden vegetables -
!tit Virginia house painted because ; near record yields of grapes,
onion painters ask too muchsaooeyt Re'___ : Wccterm Krwnwpcr Unto*. peanuts and oats, and better thaa

Fritz Kuhn who was CHANGE IN RUSSIAN POLICY average harvests of sweet apricots,
!booted: out of here, now is running MEANT TO DECEIVE: WORLD sugar cane, sugar beets, dry peas,

a shoe store in Germany. Senator WASHINGTON. It ia strange { sorghum and hay.If .
Mead is leading prospect for the and unpleasant to be required by Americans win have plentiful

jftker czar post. Your Sip Is the facts to report that the rela- supplies of cereals vegetables and
:awwing Dept.: Editor & Publish tively congenial international con- L& 4Y fruits they also are promised a full
bund this headline in a San Antonio ferences in New York did not bring a table of meat. The department reported -:
record numbers of cattle
paper: "Dirty White House victory for the foreign policy of the
Widows Shock First Sightseers" United States--or even progress or feed in grain belt feedtets.

Hotel managers reveal that the advancement toward it. This country Production PatternThe

last thing a suicide (in a hotel) doe frankly, lost ground, particularly -
"II! shave, bathe, put on clean under in Latin America, which we must department's final estimate ei*
them, etc. Women fix their nails hold to sustain our doctrine, and ia 1946 farm output suggested the shifting

Md apply lip rouge. Begin France. Italy, the Balkans, even pattern of production within! tha

lilac of the End Dept.: When sworn. Britain. Everywhere, except in past decade. '
MI looks more at the glass on thMr Japan China and this country, ws While such old American tgricul'

than the one on the wall. gave political footage to one tingle turn and standby tobacco as showed wheat,appreciable corn potatoes -

political opposition force Coro-
Manhattan Murals: The ker- munism. Elsewhere around- tin increases in 1946 over the 133V4Vaverage .

rieMer who (every mernteg) periphery cf this world Communismis rye was down to 18,685,000
bushels from 42456,000 and cotton -)
sacs Mo the 4Mb and 6th eafeCtrk today much stronger than wfceo
and shaves himself at the the New York international meetings dropped to 8,432,000 bales from 4'
taWe while his coffee cods. convened. 12.53,000. '

The movie marquee on 8th The American public may not Because changing needs emphasis -.!

which advertises this appropriate fully understand this yet because Elected to head interim French government, -year-old Leon was placed on other crops.1To : i
double-feature: "Down Missouri the progress made at the Blum receives traditional embrace from Vincent Aoriol, president make up for a drop In imports,

Way" and "Flying No conference was In superficialities of national assembly. rice production was boosted to TlX
620,000! bushels from the 10-year aW
where. The elderly dandy while the advances made
In the 57th street automat De by Communism are basic. But LABOR: U. N.: erage of U,257,000: to meet the oCs.da-!'
minds for industrial and edible
sits near the window I
the '
watches the crowds go by- delegates it. Some appear authorities to understand who- \etc Wage Pattern Meets TestHaving soybean yields Jumped to 196.725.000

while his chauffeur outside IB have heard the debates firsthand Hardly had the hub-bub occasioned j "met the test" of resolving bushels from 103,457.000, and peanut'

his limousine watches him. have been dismayed at the bv the CIO's adoption of Economist I major issues and differences, to output soared to 2,075,880,000 pound*

The big card game In the balcony plane upon which they are conducted Robert Nathar's formula quote U. S. Delegate Warren Austin from 1,557.964,000; and as part
the to
of a 42nd street movie a wandering plane of : for higher the United Nations general assembly program
standards the harvest of
Joynt. The car on Fifth ,
Ideals wholly torn loose from races within cur. adjourned until next September from
increased to 8,926,000 bags
avenue with Georgia license bedrock. rest prices died with this record of accom-
C 2: 67) with this painted aU :iown than Urited plishments: 4,580,000.

over It: "Peace Is Love, Justice WANTS HER OWN WAY ALWAYSOn Automobile Work -Acceptance of an $8.530,000:( gift SPORT:

and Brotherhood Put Into Practice disarmament, for instance. ers hit for a pay from John D. Rockefeller Jr. for

!" (Oh, go practice It In Russia has changed position repeatedly boost of 234. cents purchase of a 17-acre site in Manhattan Gambling enace
Ga.) finally embracing ideal disarmament I
sn hour to C"' -ocn- for a permanent U. N. home. In the early 1800's, American
but refused to let anyone sate for nsirg liv -Adoption of a resolution in- youth held the statesman as a
Sallies In Our Alley: Encycloftaedia know the size of the Russian up

3ig: costs in 194$. structing the security council to devise tin god; in the late 1880's, it was
Britannica makes no men army On picking a site, Gist of Nathan'sreport a system of international disarmament the empire builder, and since the
Hpn at all of SaJita Claus or of St Russia switched from New Yorkto
to be used asa to be presented to mem- early 1900's. it has been the athlete.
Nicholas-the cynics. Stop wasting Geneva and back to New York. basis for CIO ber countries in treaty form. Most touching example of the faith .
time kidding soap operas. She would not to San Francisco Robert Nathaawage
your go demands incoming -Approval of trusteeships for that the American boy put
The Hooper survey reveals that because it was too far to go months is that record earnings eight former League of Nations in his athletic hero involved the
out of 10 are the "most popular for peace although actually it is allow industry to jack up pay mandated territories and formationof kid who clutched "Shoeless
Vince Cur- closer to Russia than New York. young
programs. appreciably while maintaining exist- aU. N. trusteeship committeeto Joe" Jackson's sleeve when that
ran claims the way Leo Durocher'sgtngLeo On paving the cost of this peace or-
Inc price levels. Although Nathan which administering powers will great outfielder emerged from ques-
the Wolf is becoming ganization. Russia got a committeeto said that the union should negotiate report. tioning over his part in the Black
fan as famous out in H'wood as favor her paying only six percent new scales with different companiesand Admission of Sweden, Afghanis Sox baseball scandal of 1919. With

Leo the Lion. When songstressPttt while we pay half the whole industries on the basis of their tan, Iceland and Siam to the U. N. tears in his eyes, the kid pleaded:

daytan (a rahM Dodger faa) peace bill While saying she would abilities to pay, be averred that the Establishment of the Inter- "Say it isnt so, Joe, say it isn't so."
Old about Oorechtr's new inspiration not use a veto on disarmament, in manufacturing industry can grant a national Refugee organization to resettle Unfortunately Joe couldn't, but

(T.araiae Day), Patti asked" effect she used it immediately in U per cent boost without' raising and repatriate 1,000,000 displaced fortunately, had any kid been waiting
wdr one question "Can she pitch! reference to the Russian army and prices and still make double the : persons.HOUSING outside Mayor O'Dwyer's man-
Is that loud backstage to the choice of site. In
f argument a the site profits of the 1936-'S9 period. sion in New York on the morningof
between Fred March and abe said if her wishes were not followed :
In view of the high earnings of December 15, Frankie Fuchock
Roth Gordon over bulling You she would withdraw and not transfor- ; Merle of the New York
industry and the gradual : New EmphasisIn and Hapes
been the attend U. N. The
when they've meetings an
mean era were
mation of a seller's into a buyer's I I football Giants would have been able
light for decades they still take like that, as if sincerity were wholly business leaders wiD hesitate line with findings that most
billing that seriously? The lacking, as if her politicians were additional home-seekers are looking for rent
before adding wage
League of N. T. Theaters has asked playing in shallow tactics which al rather than purchasable dweltI
Increases onto prices. Nathan said. ;I s I
a major mag's critic to come tcX were not real. !i I I fags, the administration's new housi I--4
>eaiags+ sober.New Look sheaths the werLS for the VAW Demands \i 1 I I lug program places emphasis upon 1
real answers. Russia has asked us ; construction of rental property
York Story: In 1W1 for a loan of a billion dollars directly In subscribing to Nathan's theory I II I
that industry can hike wages without I> Te rental construes -
Broadway welcomed a new or indirectly, but it is the only encourage
"sucker." A Texas oil nation to the world which has not boosting prices, UAW Chieftain ,'II >n, Federal Housing adminlstratwn -
Walter Reuther declared that corporation win extend the amortiia-
man. lie was U years said anything about settlement on
profits are running at a rate lion period for such projects
young full of wim, wiper the 10 billion dollars of lend-leaea
witality and woo-woo. la a material already given her. We can if 1$ billion dollars a year in comparison ] beyond the usual 28 years, and
with 10 billion during tile work out for adJusting
arrangements -
year and a half he squandered not find out even what she used or I i
that war: and $ billion in the prewar period -! loans h protect owners
ever $4W,000 backing flops what she has which could be returned I
i from losses In the
event of
naj -
had more turkey la them than or what repayment she
yon often find in some costly could make in kind as the agreement While business profits have been j I stable economic conditions. --

Broadway undrltbesay provided. About those things rising, consumer purchasing Reuther powerhas said. I Whereas a maximum of $80 a Playing the game on the level,
been diminishing,
how, he was enjoying himself she says nothing at all but she
costs have month was set on rental of individual Frankie Fflchock with ball) leads
having the time ef his life. wants a billion dollars more. It does During 1146. living units under the veterans' Giant attack against Bears.to .
_ He was very different from m t"IDlels" not make sense, unless Stalin is climbed another U per emergency housing program, rentals ;
who bark shows. simply taking for fool and acting sitating the 25* cents an hour By down alleged
us a Mcn-I now will be limited to an aver- ; s<:> -i. turrir.g
The money was his. He as a man does with a genial raise for the 996,800" UAW age of sao for a building. bribes from a gambling front the
didn't promote it with big talk. foolILLUSOR to maintain their two grid stars saved pee football
in the With the principal demand for
At present, the average wage
lie was not a tout or bookie from disgrace.
Invaded Broadway to ACCOMPLISHMENTS industry is $i.33 an hour. I more dwellings, any person will be Efforts of the gamblers to get the
who On the surface we have gained claim of businesspreps permitted to build a house, thus
"take" chumps by staging *ae Reuther's big I two Giants to throw the pro championship
flop after the ether Thh five peace treaties with five little was challenged by majer making an apartment or old buQd- game to the Chicago Bears

nan was Big Time. Not a countries m Europe. but not yet iucers: who charged that this rro.l lag available. Vets will continue to marked the first knows attempt by
nickel belonged to anyone bat with Germany Austria or Japan; a : etly strikes and shortages of materials get first crack at homes put up for the "easy-money" boys to corruptpro

B. S. Which are his Initial disarmament agreement "m principle" adversely affected ecraiags. sale or rent however. football and lessen the risk of

He Just loved being around chew which seems to be >only a Because of the increasing production their heavy wagermg.
them atoug. delusive! Russian game in diplomatic FRANCE: I
folks-to help get of building materials
Wen, here comes the pneh tactics; a ludicrous budget Blum Come Back I coupled with the curb on non- INDIA :
line. One of the show gait proposal an attempt by Russia to residential construction, materials Troubles Trouble
he befriended got serious and force the United States to place the Leon Bhun. whose Popular Frost I priorities no longer will ,
married him. And they permanent conference site where government in the middle '30's threw be needed.' \ Mother India long sorrowing for
stay home most .f the time Russian pipelines: are deepest and France into a turmoil. returned to freedom, could see nothing but

counting his rich and wise Investments largest head the new French interim government > Though non-residential construction trouble ahead as she planned me
instead .f empty Measured agamt these accomplishments as the compromise choice will. continue to be restricted 'i achievement of her independenceafter
champagne bottles. are the advances of if the Wt and right parties of the permission to build stores, schools, centuries of British domina

Communism around the world aation. churches and other facilities will be tion.For

Add Inflation Items: Silk shirt while this congenial nullity was Though Blutn'5 Socialist party granted to accommodate new neighborhoods freedom seemed to mean

at Leighton's are advertised at only Wing effected. Aa underground commands only 100 seats in the 600 | different things to the powerful

$: .SOi! Peter Lind Hayes re Communist campaign has swept add national assembly the dominant MILITARY political factions within the country:
ports the cost of living in Movie Latin America, noticeably heading Communist and Popular Republican : To the majority Congress party

town has gone up $3 a quart. its advancements in the parties agreed on his leadership after Unify CommandsWith chiefly embracing the HIndus. independence -
Plenty of mink coats are showini Chilcaa labor onions. Ia Europe failure to work out a satisfactory represented a unified
for sale In those thrift shops Communism has broken the So- seal between themselves for sharing plans for a ur;-ed command nation to the minority Moslem

up Wassamatta. lady ain't Daaadddj cialut opposition to bits the 'government Rar.ting over temporarily shelved fy navy opposi- league it stood for "pakistan" or
strengthening itself by elections coalition tion, the services agreed to the wartime self-rule of Mohammedan provinces.
enough loot left* It's amazmg the failure of achieving a
: got but the ballet (long in the ta the Balkans and by closer -abi et. Communist Representative practice of naming a single While the wily British profaned

red) is making money while dance delusive management of 'I1te&a' Duclos accused the rightist Popular chieftain for each strategic world their desire for a free India. they
and dance halls are limpingand its satellites. Ia France it Republicans of "renewing the class area to increase the efficiency of operations looked on apprehensively as Hindu

,: bands dying. Some of New York'i w*. plurality representation in rtra,:gte.** and avoid the confusion of and Moslems locked borns... Attend

night spots are so close to closing the assembly with the parties of Reversing his liberal policies Pearl Harbor. lag the constituent assembly being
_ that employees phone In first and liberty. U Italy It Is winning rhich led to a wave of sitdown Under the setup, the theater commander held la New Delhi to frame a constitution

I Inquire: "Are we open tonight" city elections and has broken strikes and the bitter opposition of is responsible directly to the for the new India tat

People wouldn't miss most o the Socialist stand against it, capital hi the '30's Blum announced Joint chiefs of staff in Washington. usually mOd aDd compromising
these Joints anyhow. A. Jolsor gataiag SeciaBst cooperation. IaBrttala that he would work for stringent Subordinate army and navy officers Hindu Leader Nehru breathed fin:
it has drive remain at the bead of their The Moslem league was reaction
aid to have dropped over $S O.OOC a deep economies during his brief term be- respective -
recent stock market toboggans wvdr*. A OMB&uoust men to tore a permanent government istanned. units. Strategic air forces ary and the British. may favor "pafc-

.IG. Legit matinees were the WOrs' get at Spate tkroagk Its colonies He also reiterated French net assigned to theater commanders Istan" to divide India, be said hot
Y: b five years, according to n'cke1 ha* been detested M being weD demand for internattonalixatSoa are at the disposal of the chiefs of the Hindus were determined to sales
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GLADES COUNTY most folks Is that it could be built tracked for fruit are besieged by matter what other tests the fruit i to parents'men IS consent to 14)., inclusive Get fall details(IT with at

I in the city park if necessary I growers begging them to pick It may have met, If it fails to pass the\i U. S. Army Recruiting M at""o.

DEMOCRAT Selection of this site and an "early"-the growers are afraid ofa I consumers "taste" test then it has]I 21, 2s, 25, Leon Betiding
for purchase would seem business the market and it S FLORIDA
MOORE HA\E.V. FLORIDA agreement freeze and don't breathe easy no on FORT MYERS
\ I to me to be sufficient to end the I I until their fruit is off the trees and shouldn't be shipped. .

Entered as second-class matter. May speculation as to whether or not'' the sooner the better. Shippers Some old timers wag their beads
> I, 1127'at the Poetoffice at Moore the mill is really coming. It will!(hoping to hit a fancy market takea and tell you that It is "impossible"to 1'1" TUB IMTH TTIV DISTRteI' i
Haven Florida, under the Act of I I t HHT: I\ ASS) FOR THK !ePHir
be here and fruit,
Congress of March t, 11)7Published be here and it may chance on green fruit. They may atop the shipment of green HlUIHTHICT OK I-UOH1UI.
I ready for operation a long time be- come out all right bat the taste and from what has been going onla l....1 a Dh 1.1..
fore growers have sufficient cane to they leave in the consumers' month Florida year after year I am >.. X3:s-s llky. T.
Leery Friday By
THE GLADES PRIM'I'NG CO.. Imt. keep it running Moat of the growers U so bitter that it kills the marketfor Inclined to agree with them I FS THE MATTER OF DISTON"
CARR SETTLE. PablUherubsrrlstl are reluctant to begin planting better fruit later on. doubt if it can be done by law or ISLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.

until they have obtained a contract Oar attempt to regulate the shipment regulation, bat until we do ltd Debtor

for sale but all could plant a small of green fruit by law has beena mme answer to this problem a lot, THE CREDITORS\OTtCKTO OP DISTON

Oat Tear __. ._____ So8b
to an order duly entered
which to plant a larger acreage Dt'xtyear. play around with their test tubes (Continued OB Page 8)
___.__ .. iD the above entitled cause, you are
They'll probably find it far aU they like bat they &n't make: an hereby notified to file oa or before
for the first day of June, IM7. in the
Cheaper than to buy cane Immature orange or grapefruit I
MXLK: HRLP \\ VVTKUKf above entitled cause, with the Ho -
planting after a contract is signed taste like a ripe oae. The color- orable Edwin R. Williams lerk of
There are many varieties of seed added process may make fruit at- the United States District >'..urt IBind
mmlRbN4ttseta for the Southern Dtstru't of Florida -
? cane to select from but the more tractive ia appearance but the con- Fe.Pecsmm i at bis office in the Federal f>uildntf -
favored varieties appear to be the sinner doesn't eat the skin and from JIfE' at Tampa Florida or with. the
MH! Tay art First Bank of Oewiston at C1< iston.
By Carr Settle early sad medium-maturing ones for the consumers standpoint an orange If you can UMaaurr up to the standards Florida. the Exchange \gtrt heretofore -
this area One variety known as is either good to eat or it isn't, of the have peacetime unusual Regular opportuniU Arm}'. I appointed by this Court. your
I you BOW an proofs of claim in writin setting
290 is said to be grown in Louisiana and when the housewife goes to her By enlisting for years you can I forth your respective claims. ur inter-
Now that the new year has been very effectively on similar favorite grocery store or fruit stand I choose oa of the famous fighting duty divisions in- p't all creditorsagainst Dist.a Island
now on occupation
Drainage District on form to:
Officially launched aDd holidava soil to our saad-muck and if other aDd pays through the nose for Florida J apan and KoreaThe be furnished b> said drainage district
are, for a time at least, behind us. things are equal that will probablybe fruit that "looks nice aad then include divisions such ta outstanding which you units cm enflat a8- which mud forms have been approved -
by this Court and you are further
It fcaiMmiJ necessary once more to the planted to a great staff be let Division Cth infantry -
variety gets home to find that the dam Cavalry notified to fire with your proof of
get tack into the groove and the extent on the sandier soils On the Isn't fit to eat, she just aatarally 4th Division Infantry, 7th Division Infantry and tbth Division infantry -. claim the original securities on which
baaed that they be -
it is so may exchanged
.trfftaary routine of tiring which muck the varieties grown at Ben i lays off of citrus fruit for a longtime Division each of which had a for new securities pursuant

always upset, pleasantly, by the bow by the L S, Sugar Corporation to come. great After battle Initial record training during ID the the war U. S.YOU to in the this Plan cause of and Composition that OB failure approved to

GteftstatM holidays !I should be best for the mucksoils You aDd I do the same thing can Join the unit of your choice file such claim or present such secu
Tfce kids have had a swell time I! which will cane for the a" take part in the interesting work for exchange OB or before the
grow right here in Florida in the summer in the : l'
i front F'ar maintaining a just peace date, they shall be forever barred
drfag their two weeks away mill East You'll have the advaatagof r
new time Ve step into a store aDd against the District
of them look 2e percent extra pat for over.llenIcl' .- 1- .:
thMd and now many the The selection of the site is I pay from see to $1 for a honey dew Starting base pay fora Prate PISTON ISLAND, DRAINAGEDISTRICT '
forward to Monday morning aad awaiting the outcome of bearing We are toad of honey dews I overseas is 10 a month in ad- -
swstptiou of studies with re- dittos to food clothing: food quarter By.J. E. Frierson President of {I-
tests on piling but it seems likely and look forward to a real treat medical: and dental care And \'ou'I hoard of Supervisors
laet4tnee. But the weather has been the foundation the njoy excellent living conditions plenty (CORPORATE SEALTTEST ) .
that virtually same Then when we sit down to I
all Christmasy, and of sightseeing. sports and recrrxlion \ :
if at
perfect not (would be available at the site chosenas breakfast table sad find that oarcostly and the satisfaction of dung a R. ":,. Patterson, Secretary .i1j,
all have been able to take full advantage worth-while job. Enlistments opt'n Dec. 2?, lUi, Jan 3, 1549.JUICE fj
other the glades t
at any spot in melon is as green as grass !
two week holiday r
of the
or in southern Florida. The lock and so hard that we can't eves get
to beat the band to re- .. .. ..... ... .. ...... .... .... ,
I griped structure here is far heavier than a fork In it we are off honey dews I :+x.--x.--: >-: :-:-: : : : : : : : : :+: : :------x.>>)to.
tickets to the Orange
coke only two the sugar mill will be, is resting for a long time.
Bawl in Miami instead of the I .}
on piling aDd there has been little I We can spend two million or tea
rix anticipated three membershipsIn if any settlement-,and that structure million for that matter advertising
the Florida Press Association)
is only a very short distance Florida citrus in newspapers, national 'i
bt learn this week that I was verb ,
from the proposed site magazines and through other
fortunate to do so well for somebody Yea, the sugar mill appears to be mediums. We can show pretty Fresh Tasty Cheap -1?
pulled a'fast one, only
assured and there is little wonder pictures of juicy full-colored fruit
publishers of the state received that we have much great hopes for and tell of its health value uati
tickets and the Orange Bowl is goIng -
he new year. we are blue in the face and it will GRAPEFRUil SOlli Bags $1 l
to have a tough time with free
be like throwing money down a ,
publicity) in the future unless the r
I rat hole if we fail to back up that r
Committee makes an explanation ":":":":":":"X..x". ":.:. X"' 4
advertising with honesty and a
------ ---- :
and makes a good one About Forty Fruit
dependable quality product ..:.-t!.
The football game we saw on Too I Late To Classify It might be worthwhile to supplement .
wasn't so hot Rice win-
our citrus inspection service -
ning the game in the first ten minutes by adding a few disinterested Available at Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston ::1
and then freezing to protect
unbiased consumers Let a few

that lead. That isn't the spectacular c u u = 0.U 0 c : :,.x..: housewives, typical of those we BEARDSLEY FARMS
football that bowl patrons must depend upon for our market, :

like to see. We were treated to a Killing the goose that lays the give our early fruit the "taate"tellt. Phone 66 27R2

wonderful display of punting but{I' golden egg is universally recognizedas They will tell you in a hurry or a 'I
the passing attack which goes to an unprofitable practice, but unfortunately I No
whether it is fit to eat or not. '
HaIC i ?44v4n'}'x--- }-}O rr. 'rsM4i4{ ()000 ,
make for thrills, bogged down for I : there are some folks :
' both teams. But the between-acts who insist on disregarding such -

show was worth the price of admission time tested axioms and in consequence :-:

and was probably the most the goose that lays Florida's

) colorful of all the colorful Orange golden citrus egg is staggering .
# Bowl pageantry of the thirteen around in such a sorry condition

years since its inception. At one that citrus interests are viewing the
time there were 1500 people on the situation with genuine alarm. NOTICEOn

field, participating in the various There are probably a lot of reasons -

drills for tbe slump in citrus prices;
has lot to
unseasonable weather a
and after December 28 1946, a lawfully appointed Deputy
look for- do with it but the old evil of ship-
The people of our area
Sheriff will patrol the fences and gates enclosing the cattle ranges of the I
ward into 1947 with the greatest ping green fruit is a primary cause.
anticipation of any year for a longtime We have been doing it for years undersigned for the purpose of arresting trespassers and stopping the > ::

for on Monday representatives I and then when the reaction sets in wanton and unlawful destruction of fences and gates by hunters seekingto .1A
e f Ruth Sugars were here and seteted we howl our heads offnd the come upon our land. ,

a site for the sugar mill blame rests with the growers as During the past six weeks these fences have been cut, gates smashed if

which is expected to start building' much as it does with the shippers. locks broken, and stock shot and turned astray, all despite the fact ;

very soon A few have inquired If Both growers and shippers know that the lands are privately owned and properly posted. Contrary to

the odors from the mill wouldn't that September fruit is not fit to belief in some quarters, not one single acre of these lands ic state owned

a* pretty bad with the location so I seat yet they insist on rushing it to i

c-- to town hot the attitude of I market. Shipper who have con-II III
Section 821.09 Florida Statutes provides: \

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-------------------------------------- and
821.09 down fences
Throwing opening gates :;,

DAVE ftTOCKMAN'S Whoever willfully and maliciously breaks down, man fojurm

MACHINERY \ SALES and or cuts any fence, or any part thereof belonging to or eedcMi g teed l

not his own, or whoever causes to be broken down marred i injured or "{J

REPAIR U SERVICE cut any fence belonging to or enclosing land not his own, haH be p-anhed N

by imprisonment in the penitentiary not exceeding ten years, or .,
Complete Electrical Repair Shop by fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars.

UL TIPE )1.\iXtrOS-C F.XtU.\TOItS-ST.\HT1ns- : f
UI WORK (a.utXTEEHn. Section,821.05: Florida Statutes provides: :'

\\ K.GIKVTOV Manager Electric Ix-partment 821.05: Throwing Down Fences, Etc. *


113-W A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP Every person in this state who shall willfully lay or throw down i>

the fence or bars or open a gate of another, or with evil latent, by af j';..

other means interfere with the fence of another person, thereby exposing .

crops or other property to waste, destruction or freedom, or small ,

enter upon the enclosed lands of another, or lands bounded or formed =.t:

by a sea, gulf, bay river, creek or lake that are posted as provided In '::""i.

HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN this chapter, without the consent of said owner or person occupying the '..c..]

i same, authorized to give such permission to hunt or fish, shall b4 pun- .'.'-.'

; 'D MILK ished three by a months.fine not to exceed fifty dollars, or imprisonment not to exceed --


And Other Alfar Products The Florida Supreme Court said in the case of Hamilton Vs.Williams .:..


GROCERY AND A hunting license does not authorize holder to enter the enclosure "-

of another without permission, notwithstanding that entry is peaceable _

., DRUG STORE and solely for the purpose of hunting of wild game, since the license does :. .i

not vest title to any game and does not constitute a grant of property 1

in any land, nor authorize the holder to commit A TRESPASS UPON


t 145 Fla. 697 200 So. 80.

The public will please be governed accordingly .1!



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oiL *".<<<-fi'."frc<'*."e">"< "> "', . ....O '' ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Christmas e in time for distribution. !
.. I before Christmas Eve. '

aZ ,. ,: Those who assisted frs. Bartha -. -
In placing the gifts were Mrs
w. B. Barron. Mrs E..7. Bullock
SOCIETY t.. r !
i and Dennis Small }

0"" '
II I IVhidden Opens New ;

...L.." :.:.'".-" Jd... ... . _.._._... ._. . : t t.
Y"1V"-.7., .+rr.4vrrr:
Mr. and Mr*. Mack Greene pent I Dr, and Mr*. D. M. Draught and I Meat Market Here ;

New Year Day in Fort Myers Miss Mary ADD Draughn left yesterday .
I I (Clewistoa New)
-- for College, Ga., where Mia
Mr; aitd Mm Rate William and I' Draaghn will eater South Georgia 1 I I \. G. (Batch) Whidden this w***
/'ftsttyf+ .I the opening of his ....,
M**. C. C. Khitta are vfetton todayin College for the second semester aoBoaneea
"-.t" Pert lpyessr II I meat Market to the building jttt
1 of the Texaco Service 8tntila
-- Ston Stalls left yesterday for New ;
Miss V.. Norman I I(:crmerl, occupied by Marksths
: a of smite 1 Orleans where he expect to join :
and Mia Betty 3a*.r of JaehaooTUI the crew of a Merchant Marines- : Radio and Appliance Sake.
are th* aats ef .... ThelmaAly set for another..... Be ha:< V3r I Mr. Whiddea has maaarsd this
for the Chriatma* holiday been visiting at his home here for meat department in store of usor.
a couple of month I Haven: and Clewiston foryear several

r Mrs Harry Potter left Monday to I I except for a few year. .....

spend a eoapte of weeks with her Miss Joyce Norton returned mission when Uate Sam took Us*
parent in Alton,!!!. Tharsday to Jacksonville Ala.. 110 the Pacific ADd be weal itM
where she i* attending school after I I on handling mats daring his ....

zri'r: .... and Mrs Glen H. William spending the holidays with her par- I sl"rviee.
,, of lamp were visitors. here o"e"I eats Mr aDd Mrs W. B. Norton ID I The new market will mat a

Hew-Y..... They plan to return in Lakeport. i specialty of fife meats poultry am|

:: a conga of weeks for a longer TiU.Mr i fIsh.
George Skinner returned to bis '
---- I
I and Mr*. A. G. Hatehlaooa home in Lakeland Wednesday aftera '" | l\Il\H \M TIUCHCIUMl
and family have retnmed front viait of several day here with work "wanted. by day or ovatraot
friend Be... accompanied by
Tttttec relatives in North Florida
Philip Gray, 1831 N Palmwar.lake .
',i! over the Christmas holiday Jimmy Don Wilson who, after a
\\orth Fla Jan Soot_
visit of a day or two will leave

I ..... Kate Mate left yesterday for for New Orleans to ship oat nee
her home la Tampa after spendinga more with the Merchant Marine TUILLK OK UKNT-SaitaWe far

week or two here with her daughter. ;, couple. W. G Hayes at TraOar
Mr. R. E: Jordan Mr aad Mrs J, M Cones and >C 4 N '> .. ,, Park. tie.
fJ' Jo Anne have been spending most '5' ": .:': '>_ ,P, V :- .f: .

?i Mimes Bertha Gram and Audrey of the past week in Miami where I IIi MUU.Ih; COLiIIt'ill'M: : I IIIr.
Coulter aad C V. Parkinson were Jo Anne i* under medical treatment
Ml Miami New Year Day Miss and where she and her mother and Mrs J. M Cruiu artto- Haven High school and for the past i'I II I

ll; Canter) and .Mr. Parkinson attending will remain for another weekor day announcing the engagement of sixteen months has been serving'I Mark R. Tennant
Mr. Cosec returned' their daughter Miss Margie Colleen I j with the II
-*. the Orange Bowl-pae. ten days e. S. Maritime Service !I
-.."" I home Thursday Cram, to James Donald Wilson son I After completing his training at I Lleeu
; Mr*. Charles Ryan and daughter.I of )lr. and Mrs Paul Wilson St. Petersburg he has served ten Real Estate Broker
,li'; Patty of Milwaukee. Wis. arrived Pan-American Day Miss Cram attended schools in months at sea and has a rating of
Tampa and was graduated from Pumpman, First Class. GLIDES COUNTY LANDS
...,:;:' Tamutay for a visit with Mrs Flor-
, :''. en_ Ryan E. J. Bowyer met her At Tampa Fair Moore Hat en High School. She is Both young people are members 607 Congress fUdge Miami Fla
, r,: plate IB Mhml.Mr now a Sophomore at Florida State of tbe Moore Haven Baptist Church
On February 6 College for Women in Tallahassee Date and plane for the wedding

:,::'t *. Nora Rudolph Mrs Henry Mr Wilson is a graduate of Moore will be announced later.

LarBMyeux: and Mrs Nettie Ultam Tampa Jan. 2. (FNS) Pan Am- -- ,

of Charleston W. Va.. are the erican Day at the 1947 Florida Thomas Chappell chants Tampa, for distribution to 1

_, guests for a few weeks of Mr, and State Fair in Tampa will be cele- I poor children in the Labile area.
Mrs C. H. Settle and Mrs JallaBardette hrated on Wedaesday. February 6. Arrives from EnglandOn The consignment made up of FLOWERS

They arrived yesterday with attention of the public directed wooden rocking horse, trains and SPRATS nOl'Qnrs I
to the colorful display of Pan ChristmasHendry
tractors as well as the ever favo- I II
)Ir. and Mrs Carr fettle, See and American World Airways System See '
rite blocks were designed for chil-
Sandra Settle, Miss Dorothy Skipper it was announced early this week
'" ( County News) dren of the younger age group. The I Mrs. Paul WilsonGet
and Marion Skipper were vUit by P T. Strieder fair manager Thomas Chappell. former bombardier shipment arrived two days before
rs Wednesday In Miami Mr sad The picturesque exhibit 100 feet with the Royal Air Force
Mrs Settle attending the Orange in length will be set up in the Pan who received part of his training at,- - -

Bowl ga. American Building adjoining the Riddle Field in Clewlston. returned -
-- Flower building. In it will be to the States again and said het
:J Muse Mftrgj Cram left Wednesdayfor featured large photo-murals depict ..w.. happy to be ,back"
Tallahassee to resume her stud tag the many -nations of South It was while he was stationed at the Habit of Shopping ttt

ies at FSCW after spending the-holidays America. Central America aDd the Riddle Field that he met and mar-
at her home here. Her mother Rest Indies. The product of all ried Miss Julia Doub youngest

Mrs J. W. Grant acompairiedher tropical countries and PAA color daughter of Mr. aDdIra.. F. HDonb .
;"t to Tallahaseee II movie with sound will be shownin Their son Richard ia now The In
, ffi the exhibit which will be shown two and a half years old
: Mr. sad Mr.*. J. E Settle left I in the exhibit which will be decorated While the war was being fought "Family Fort t
1$ Sausriay evening for their home In with the flags of all the nations Mrs. Chappell and her small son

j- ( heJMeltsn, W. Va.. after a week's went to England to make their Dept. Myers,
y;R visit teeth his parents. Mr and Mrs Connie of Latin American countries home with his parents in Yorkshire s t s
C H. Settle ia Tampa will be asked to cooperate in order to be where he could Store" Ha.

____ in focusing attention of the be with them occasionally After
,-,;,:; Mr and Mr*. Alvin Gordon anddaachter. public OB tbe display, Strieder saM twenty months in England Mrs
-.c-; Betty, of Sylvester Ga.. February 7 will be Children's Day I Chappell aad Richard returned I

., spent several day last week with at the fair; February 8. Future I home. last Msy
''Y r 1 Mn. Gordon's parents Mr and Mrs Farmers' Day'; February 10 Gaa- Chappell returned on ChristmasDay Easy Terms on Purchases 510 or More

',- C. R Varaadoe They were accomaaaJed parilla Day February 11. Gover- la time to enjoy dinner with I
; by Tracy Hobby, a nephew aor's Day and Tourists Day February members of the Doub family gathered Rt\ 1HOM Oil T.LOC'ht'r 100.000 Items
0 ., Mrs Varnadoe also ot 13 shrine Day I at Belle Glade at the home of

SylvesterRev. "We will have three days of the eldest daaghter Mrs Rosa

Bosoms retarned auto racing. February 4. 8 and 15:'I'Nash The group included t"e'"
w 8
mother Mrs. F. H Daub Mr- and
Strieder aaaonaced, and three days _.
visit with ;

A his hut porea ahrht**from in' Lake a holiday City and with of thrills February by 6 auto. 11 crash and 14.,...e1'I"1 Mrs.. and Carl Mr*Lockmiller. Chappell their their son soa.III' ;;, =-. :: :
ta Montgomery on =
Mrs. Bosom** parents .
. Mr and Mrs Jimmie Maytoa MWiI --" ; 1
...... I ceat aad Lawrence Nash William ,: 7j'-:: ;
;" Tampa Tribune's School I i and Landon Doub and the yoang "
' Mr. and Mr*. Claire Wilson who .
_: est Daub son Pit Johnny Daub of ,
home ta Cabool. Mo. Is P I "
their Program
; mats)
' Shaw Field. S. C.
:\f f( for several years and for the last : larw..J Mr. and Mrs Chappell and Richard .1

,:: year or more on the I'adfitCoa"l. Tampa Jan 2. ( will be at home for -he present I I !! I is. "
. :: have return id '? :\1".1''.' Hireside1 ; \ 'n to i I p",1; acceptance by legislators of! with Mr and.Mrs. Donb. ; i

'. -
i I'Ii'i Tampa Tribune program
: ;::1. i I. tt."! Florida schools is indicated i
.', ;, tiers ID which many declared Ii Health Notes' the agency reports' i.---i.16x :
'"? ould work during the coming I acquisition of three mobile :Jt-ra.1:
units sad It plans to ....
,:i III} to give Florida youngsters; says .111
. :.' \kind i of schools they deserrti permanent surrey equipment in i I,
- .> i lt Trlbuae's program presented,I Tampa. Miami and on the hospital :

- ,' last month was the consen-i ship at Jacksonville
vI i .be thoughts of many edaca- "It is expected that as many as
: and leading laymen gathered 518.0" X-rays a year can be done (A -IS IS SHOWN RE-ERECTED ABOVE)
IPa: the coarse of the newspa with these saris if we have the fall

; : '- campaign to Improve the cooperation of the {"om..BIUeswHre PREFABRICATED HUTMENTSdelivered ,
being performed -
;b "N surreys are
::y. Sun & Mrs. J-a a u"t i it .arallel the thinking of eon- /' Dr. C. V Sharp director of .0 jour lot in ;

\sNOUKOUN' J -Hants! and committees advisoryto I the barea of tuberculosis control Moore Haven area. You

tbe Florid Citizens Committee,jsald. unload. Takes about 1
'L. Gary C 'optr on Kdacatto. because It was obtained Dr. Sharp reported the .-.., $275.00 hr. time. Truck loads: c.p525.00

March of Tune News very lrcety from Interviews units could handle as many as Uv Four 16'8 or two 4S's or
with sthoolmea and leading laymen persons an hoar at a cost of about -
two 16s and one 48. Mail
7-8 25 cents an indhidual Aa experienced -
& Wed.. Jaa .
Tnw check
delivery in
observer tan check some now,
"TIIL KM= ) Ol TIMI"Dorothy --- J 10 days.
350 cheat films per hour
McGuire SBH To Examine
I -' --'- These are gov't. hutments all wood construction, pine

Cartoon Third of PopulationJuhoniille '!'Poor ChildrenGet floors novelty pine siding 904b. roD roofing, windows

Free Christmas doors and screens. They make excellent tourist cabin,
Jan :2 (FNSI l The
Frl. & bat. Jaa 1011Tlllili cottages, tenant houses, farm buildings, or storage
*." State Board of Health expects to ,Toys From P.-T. A. rooms. Tea can re-erect these in a short time as they
of the adult (
: : CUIUILK examine 35 per cent
are delivered in 16ft. sections, ready for assembly.
of Florida for tubercu
A Disney Masterpiece losU of the lungs annually and will I (Headry County Newel Dealer

appeal to the 1947 legislature for Mr-. Flora Bun-hard president wanted.NATIONAL SALES
Parent-Teachers Asonrf>Hon.received .
funds to carry M tollow-ap work of the
of tin. Csease discovered tree shipment of toysnlwai 1718 Watrous A\e. Phone H-4S7. '.-
RAIDERS" No. 3 I on cues .
-JUNGLE at $!.. from KaJght TAJIl'A FLORIDA *. t
in the swvof.la .:__
.. ,* Vtortto WO wwhusk hardware mer .oJ.
- --- the crrt" t--1. j ---.,. .

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SCRE 10 Depends on Party HarmonyBy

Wntcra Newspaper Ctloo.
aeiased br Western Newspaper Dnloa. HEALTH
t11 HAND FOR LABOR LAWS patches from Moscow was when movie he- BAUKHAGEAmJvft

Agitation for labor-management !bitely that Marshal had to be dark to be :New .nJ CtmmrnteioT.WNT .
legislation began with the railway has had another ; John Gilbert and

tabs strike, called by Eugene Debs fered a heart attack Valentino were con- Service, 161 Eye Street, N.W., I influence of western and seeaf eers

k. 1834.! Workers in the Pullman November and now : ideal. But now the Washington D. C. states which had already by nsagas

plants in Chicago were a part of the !he Crimea. coming into their WASHINGTON. Now that the of state primaries or ottwr aiMer.

Debs organization. The strike started This fact has been Paramount Sterling senate has settled its first problem fuge, managed to take the coatee

at Pullman, then spread to the led of an official ." Tufts William Hol- naming of the committee chair- of .senators out of the bands of *.

Nil eads. tepartment Bendix, Howard da SO- men the next big question is state legislatures
Debs was a Socialist, and his organization This last heart ,. Sands, all blonds whether the Republicans The Republicans benefited by doe
was definitely socialistic. second suffered by "Blaze of Noon," a story are going failure of the Democrats to maintain
John Altgeld then governor of Illinois has ruled Russia so flying. A sec .r I to be able to a West-South alliance, but thy

although elected, on a Democratic winter he also had is the fact that some r develop a leadership now suffer in turn from other sectional -
ticket, was sympathetic to the Crimea W re valuable planes in the r 1 able to ride: and ideological cleavages. 1
socialist cause. Until forced by the Illness. Stalin Is from World War I herd and estab- heard one man remark the ember

action of President Grover Cleveland old, bat has museum pieces, ;J.sh the party dis- day that two recent speeches OB.

b* declined to take any action versified life and in action. pline:;: necessaryfor by Senator worse Republican c4
lor the protection of property. After those years than iron handed Oregon and the other by Senator

O '-nd sent regular army troops world leader. introduces bit of control. The Republican Byrd Democrat of Virginia each
b city to operate mail trains. a major- expressed views much more to line
the fashion field in Halt
A called the state's national Stalin was with than wtth
out ty Is very slim the opposite party's
"Personal Column"
t, ard. The order came too late to Siberia eight times, and there are a their own organizations. There ate
hr tha militia to do a thorough Job. lave taken their toll. which has feathers dyed amber of restive many other similar anomalies to the
play-acting when he dot pattern, with a slip
At that time I was a member members 80th congress, as there were to the
It's idea
an whipped
!ill and Truman by up jJ .
$/. and had a minor command fash- "o will be as last session.
Potsdam.It .
tn the first regiment of the state is generally who got her first big Z .. ".. "-e I-"d to let into The belief that the extreme enservatfrea -
fuard. That regiment was assigned Minister Molotov when she did Hedy the corral, come will be in the saddle
to the southeastern sec sign Stalin. clothes for "Dishonored 'ohrtare' "i as the "sons of the ready to ride rough-shod over any

tion of the city in which were siDE it's certainly an original slid jirkassrs": used to be. liberal move is not generally sup

located the Pullman shops, the REAL-ESTATE It isn't the lack of a leaderso ported. True history has shown
Illinois Central shops and the that the American people can stand
Next major -*-- much as a surplus of them
five-mlles-long yards of roads that worries Republican politi- just so much reform at a tune. But
Washington will be at Warner Bros. think
into the city from south on the other band they have seldom
trols, only control : the secret of cos-that and: the danger that
and east.It been willing to sacrifice past social
the leaders may start leading
survived President appeal the fair sex.
was late afternoon when the tog OPA decontrol "It's because he smolDA."iE In different directions.: gains. Consequently when the Republicans
# have been swept into office
mobilization order Issued and
was The President has
Another factor not calculated to
after like the Wilson
after dark when the periods
regiment !bate OPA completely, further unity is the flock of presidential "l'Freedom they have been
reached its designated position. That ills desk executive
an bees crawling all over the
chary of repealing laws which
larkness was illuminated by the (erring rent control to Inside of the capitol dome. In his very
were passed, in answer to a da-
light of the burning freignt and passenger scent of .
commerce.The December poll, Gallup listed four
mand for far tn
new privileges I
thousands of them in
cars, ,
in the following
as possibilities
that long five miles of railroad real-estate F many.
order: Vandenberg, 9
yards. As I watched that terrific they can't to ret even a cent, Bricker 8 per cent; Taft 2 per per Nation CllngtTo
ire, started by frenzied men it congress cent and Saltonstatt 1 cent
per Old Reforms
So they've decided
seemed that I was seeing the end of
tic. The lobby Is These are small figures comparedto Harold Laski the British left-wing
i Rf
government and the beginning of ant
the 52 cent
t archy. a bill which would r poll's per granted labor leader, would have us believe
control from the Governor Dewey of New York, orMinnesota's that there Is a "return to reaction"in

LASTED A MONTHAt ment to the states. ex-Governor Stassen's America. He says In a recent
the end of some 30 days it was 17 per cent the two leading Gal- article under that title that "in abaa.
ver. The strikers had lost, and This will be advanced" lup's list But that doesn't mean donlng the Roosevelt heritage Mr,

had gone back to such Jobs as were rights" and the candidates think that way about Truman made the shaping of the
WL Property destruction. had re- The result, however : It. Nobody is placing bets yet As postwar economic policy of Amen

A Iced! the number. Some months tame. the veteran Republican National lea the concern of business and
later workers at the Pullman plants Twelve states now Committeeman Clarence Budding- not of congress." },Ir. Trumaa
were given a portion of the raise control, and in other CLARK ton Kelland said: would be the first to deny that ht

they had asked, but it was months control laws are. elastic.. to stardom because "1 don't think yon are going deserted the New Deal heritage

If years before that increase made in "That Way to see the matter jell at all whether he was personally InclinedSenators
for their loss in strike-time
up until Ohio decides whether it Is
he's now "smolder-
A Twice in recent ,
The loss of the tail-
6 wages. property Valley." backing Taft or Bricker. When
roads amounted to hundreds of milKwis Truman has been -*- that decision Is made, the line-
of dollars. The court had gressmen who asked
enjoined will come fast.
Debs, and his violation of that friends on the new bUaad"E emcee of "We the up
Injunction brought for him a prison commission. Sen. Joe ,. flew from New Gallup predicted that Eisenhower's -
term in a federal penitentiary. Wyoming urged the to do a 20 second star would rise higher and thus
Louis O'Marr, an industrial movie. He whip the hopeful senators to added n
That strike the long
Wyoming, while a record for short and teal I
era of labor-management legislation .
of Oklahoma transactions-with-
including establishment Stigler Lapel buttons labeled "Draft
his candidate--Justice he was on his home.
9t a labor department, with cabInet way Dee" are already out. Under whose
af the Oklahoma
banner Eisenhower would be drafted -
rank.fitll labor, presumably -
votes is part Chickasaw star of the RCA it is not stated, but it Is generally -
representing more Bricker (left) Taft
The President made
than does management, that rides to the 6th floor conceded his personal lean- Hold Presidential
legislation has largely favoredthe :nent beyond saying building in a freight ele- togs would be more Republican Keyto

demands of labor. announce the make-up Sundays, and wishes he'd than Democratic. I support all of its tenets or not.

Because of such actions as the commission soon it sooner and saved his Neither Vandenberg nor Salton- And I can see the hackles of congress
threatened railroad strike of a lie did apologize to muffler and an, itali's friends have begun to fight, rise, even on the lefttsa side,
year ago the three months tie- tver. for the delay in pieces from his cra- and at this writing neither one has at the suggestion that "the initiative

ay of the automobile industry ippointments. even indicated publicly he is in the was returning to the hands" e(

hose that have affected the distribution What Truman did ---- running. National Manufacturers' aaeaelatkw.

of food, the coal strike was that he also had fans may have to be More distressing to the men who .

.f last sprint and again this winter to wait to see as to age, but Per- have to make the upper house mem- Mr. Truman was removed by
toe public has protested, worthy Democrats, "Supper Club" will con bers hew to the Republican line is the election from a number of
and now the pendulum will the election, might open to all comers. As the old problem of the so-called restraints and pressures from

swing backward and away from The names of ,' very well behaved progressive element Some peopleare groups which favored courses
labor. Leaders of labor pressedthe gressman Will let out a shriek now and predicting that there may be he personally disliked but he has

advantaees they were enjoying an excellent man, : ; forgiven.'t more harmony in the next session not been party to any move to
beyond the limit. Generally son of Oklahoma, among the minority, so widely sacrifice past "social gains

the people were sympathetic to on a chance to be a won't talk about split last time than among the ma- and I cannot see congress allowing
labor's wishes until those Judge now have as a bomber pilot jority with its swollen tanks. Some the few reactionaries in

and demands, and the methods ed. life, but in Frank Capra's Republicans are worrying lest theybe either party or in the koase or
red la enforcing them, directly The commission is Life" he has to. divided to the extent that their senate to set back the elo k.

affected the consumer. The coal require a topflight Donna Reed, who plays power will be considerably reduced. As the Beards point out in theta

strike brought directly home to lave to pass judgment he cuts loose with some Senator Works "Basic History of the IMted

the people as Individuals the claims which have not of course believable de For Hit State States" the Republicans dean**
taD meaning #f a labor dicta ourts. There Ls But it's In character, be their landslide victory over Wilson
torship. It Is such labor disturbances tory limit on the age picture he's telling about Many people fail to realize the i in 1920 did not or could not, "stag
,'. those: that directly affect which means that if of Todd Karns, who's many factors which contribute to the spirit of progressive sr medical pout
the Individual, that have swung wants to claim that it brother. Individualism in the senate. In the insurgency, old in American
labor ----+- first place each senator'is, and so
?bU opinion against to the entire territory << tradition and yet ever new "S" iU
p leaders who cause the eondi- of Utah, the has added to her al considers himself, an ambassadorfrom application to changing caadi-
do&s. It Is a public opinion to to hear the argument. real estate holdings. a state it is his businessto Uons."
wfckh toe congressional ear win Man" comedy star is serve that state to the best of his

Us tea.rRlVATE. NEXT GOP \" :\ 165-acre ranch, complete ability and his ability can be greatly Harding's "normalcy" and Ceotidge's "
Although the supplemented by the prestige he conservatism temporarily did
grounds, near Hollywood.
TAX ON COAL end our internationalism. Bat
convention is two acquires. Indeed, prestige If acquired their
n --+--
THE PEOPLE are expecting, as by nothing but seniority next choice was Herbert Hoover
cities already are
oe of the early acts of the new Quiz can answer prac- toward making who had been speaking with continual
a long
guls for the privilege of ;;an go way
congress, legislation that will definitely question, but when he for lack of ability. concern over conditions affecting .
mate the man they jp
permanently and effectively likely to be a question the less privileged. la 1923, for
outlaw any and all attempts to foist the next president of an animaL "Which way Bat It Is not mere personal example, he had called on the insurance

upon the American consumer any Rep. George tail curl?" "What kind ambition which drives senator companies to study unemployment

{: tax direct or Indirect not Imposedby gressman-at'large and a rabbit make?" On to work for Individual prominence Insurance; he had en-
recognized government authority.The Cleveland Republican "as right save for excep- -it Is a part of his Job to dorsed an amendment abolishingchild

five cents a ton paid into the appeared before the when he said that when strengthen the sovereignty of the labor; he had frightened the

miner's union treasury by the operators mittee to propose its face, it holds its sovereign state be represents. reactionaries to death when he proposed

for every ton of coal mined convention site.Bender and rubs its face Another thing which often forcesa the inheritance__ tar In ..r..v...>.,*.
was, and is, such a tax on the con- land As soon for the as he got hundreds of pro- senator to walk alone or as partof tribute overswollen fortunes."

? sumer. That contract made by Interior mitteeman Werner a small group Is sectionalismnot Going further back into history

: Secretary Krug, established a toll asked "Isn't it -'t-- a hidebound attitude either but we note that after three successive
r precedent that can be Just as reason- !bas a couple of Cotten appeared en the demand that he truly representthe victories the Republicans even
ably applied to every line of prodllcIiIocL nomination Don't Reader's Digest" pro- interests of his community, even when they had majorities ht both
tax that 1 Is passed along CBS he swamped by interests conflict with thoseof
U is a night be better to was if those houses, did not repeal M- U the consumer. It L1, la no sense, 'erritory?" seekers. One starry-eyed other parts of the country. The measures passed up ti :
a part of be mine workers wages. thrust a five-page doc- ancient antagonism of West-versus- 1900. When they returned ta
do not see it alone "Is there a state his hands for his signa East has never quite died. It was power in 1921 although attempt!

.the amen collect it and they i| have a candidate?" recalling advice given him only a little over three decades ago were made to do so, suck meat-
determine its deposition. It U di* 1 er. "If you're going he looked through that the 17th amendment was urea as the Income and inheritaaca

a tinctlr unAmerlcan, unjust and uajusfcAaMa. states with carefully-and discovered passed which authorized the popular taxes were not abolished or reduced
It definitely must be out wily place we could was a love letter ad- lection of senators. This was to an empty gesture. Yesterday

hired conjrsas.arsse i OOP contention Is j the autograph-seeker! aeconyllahat largely through the radical Is tomorrow's censerratfv

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=BUILPENO"t MATERIALS Refresh Wardrobe by Restyling Tows

ado to S40 ..... _. '; '--
.. ww.ta use m. PO..r C1& It. &Izera Garments No in Fashion
&A'7. Il&IMS for eper. brick br1ctb.me.a block .mi to Phillpf Longer R

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PERSONAL Radio Breakfast hi WASHfNCr81Iy
; Grlla
Sd'Ts ) J4aletj Wolter Shod
ea& .l.. History
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wen 1. JI. Y. I THINK we can divide women I
(King Hrary Vlll .* Am... Boky..) into two groups when they look 1
Anne into their old clothes closets.There's I I r Shirt-Cuff Style I 1110 W..kist.. ...-
-Good morning Henry the first group who make awry : MM ay. *L. 1. W.
Henry Good morning dear
.pORNINBIDCHT Where's my bicarbonate? face aDdiIo try to get rid of I -.'- ,,- War Bonds Will Yield Huge
these garments as quickly as possible. ,
Anne Oh .
come now. it isn't time
for that commercial yet. Then there's the second Flow of Cash for Many

Henry (studying the script)-Ah group. These women thoughtfullypick

w DAY. ..... ............ what a lovely morning. Isn't it wonderful up each garment, consult their ... THE president of a small bank k
urn Ow *.. MILKS Um.K FILLS.. just to be alive! fashion notes and convert the a midwestern town, hUt
m.-C. B.d c-ten." s..ds.pew Anne (with a sfeudder)-IB betthat's dresses into something that could tor to attend a bankers' meeting. toM
ae..v.ywa a-ur. have come from a smart department your Home Town Reporter the other
Iraq wbMfcfaoc what you say to aQ wives!
r..d a ----.. your
a..a1IeI.. store. :day that interest on war bonds .adU
rr b.ct De -
--7"eWe wtthcMat...... bl..ety r Henry-Let's start off with the To the smart woman, there's not i ". S. savings bonds held by the k-
....u- awn by harsh ...... weather It's a dress no matter how old, that positors in his little bank aloes
clear and herein
u-. l.. warm
dra&&rt..u. MOIl e.t.a Hatebuy the castle with possible storms I cannot prove useful if she is clever I would average almost $100,000 a
...taU tba.-.wt -&ate r-r by afternoon. with the needle. Some garments year for the next 10 years.
*. CALTICXM -1Ioc Ie to .... Anne-With naturally will require a good deal I t To me that is an amazing rev .-
wbw abdombaaJ M. .. .... ty.r you honey life is one of restyling or even complete alter ,' lion for it is the answer te<< the
....d app.adidds w ..... storm after another Whet's the official "
p. atMB Others win need confusion in the minds of
ral.wraerwr temperature from the weather just a slight many persons -
110.. r.k..i.,1r, Ck ... ...... bureau* change in neckline or skirt to make throughout the country as H-
Henry-Have you forgotten? The them completely new and re. why the treasury department is continuing -
freshed. its drive to seD U. S. savbgs -
weather man gave me the wrong '
[tA\liS thermometer reading at yesterday's Dresses frequently discarded are i. bonds although the fighting fa

oreakfast and I had him executed. old formals which look' so woebegone aver also, the treasury's working
Anne Aren't when they come out of cloy balr: d anticipated tax revenu
you a little hasty
with your executions? ets. Yet look at the beautiful mate- .-) vJ are e. ." to meet government eapnditures
-= rials in them, and think for a ,:.:.j... for some time to come,
Henry-Coming from a wife of ,.
moment how nicely they could be and they have been sufficient ste t.
mine it is a natural question sweet, made into perfectly beautiful house- .y / 8 the close of the Victory Loan in December.
but by my troth I shall decline toanswer.
C010SUFFERERS coats, new formals or fresh-look. 1945. The government actTy *-
By the did notice $
way you
ing suits. f. ; does not need the money it r
that stunning girl at the new If the neckline on an old formalis v131f *' ';.!ning from the sale of savings

pageant last night hopeless it's an easy matter to bcr ds.

Anne-Every time you see Jane alter this. Perhaps you will buy a Then why sell bonds? I asked

666 STARTS RELIEF INJOST6SCOWOS that Seymour at an opening you ak me bit of net and work this into a new Verne Clark director of treasury's

type of yoke and sleeves. Sequinned s..v ngs bond division for the answer
Henry (humming-If you see Seymour straps may be taken apart and usedat It boded down to the fact

like I ...... .
see Seymour.
k fa_. pr c,4etlw4yas. /t the wrists as seen in so manyof that the government policy was U
for tftttr niirt ( Anne No aging commercial have interest
... uptr the gowns showing Grecian in- the people collect the
eo4 C mlwrw.14 Tau.* Try(.. r.*. please'! fluence. Or, take the sequins apart Typical of BaseD Bang's flair an the public debt.

.. LhnM cal fS* Henry-Oh, come ... let's eat! and use them as a decoration for the bolero fa this wine wool Said Clark: "Wise management
R..r.iw. tatfarVvV
r .no.: r_ -i.- J'\f .TM How are my dozen eggs on beef around the neckline or clustered suit worn with a pink tacked of the public debt is an Important
'lr et.4. toJ ( ?orrrng* And remember 12 slicesof together in a design or flower. crepe blouse. Roll collar and buttoned function ia which every eithea mad

... buttered toast win do for breakfast shirt cuffs lend piquancy to be vitally interested until CUt debts
today. I'm not myself. Make a Velvet Housecoat the jacket Four flaps simulate paid. Purchases of savings bomb

Anne-Aren't food prices awful. Got of an Old Formal pockets. directly by the people are a definite

You Goto Bed Her.ry I paid four shillings for that If you have an old velvet formal I and require rather high style to set part In that management .l
roast stag you had for lunch yesterday keeping ewBershrp In the band el
or dinner dress of vintage them off properly. For the present
and that was with the feet off. the people and add ashes
W you may be delighted to discover season you might like to make them
SUEPNOT Henry-Were the feet off? I didn't that the velvet is of an exquisite into a lovely suit perhaps with a privilege to America cittzeaship,
notice Here's where a commercial modified bustle. the privilege *f sharing in the pay

conies in. Is your appetite weak? First select and ments on the debt."
TO FRET a good pattern
Are you finicky at the table TatSqueeper's e then prepare the material for your Enormous Baying Power
Stomach Bitters the
project. This win probably require
ones in the green bottle and you ripping the whole garment apart as Here are some amazing figures:

Eo rn.tkbowsnd wiH have the appetite of a king. the remodeling will be a complete According to treasury statements, I

troubles look bis to yoa Anne Come, Henry, don't exag change from the former garment. war bonds now outstanding, foetal-
and greater trouble gerate. Pay particular attention to such ing aQ series, total 3t9,7G0,100,00/> !
i U these bonds are held to maturitythe -
teem crushing when detail as the sleeves and the
nervous teuton keeps Henry-Anne, my dear, you have avery bustle and follow the pattern care interest to be paid en them k
you awake at night pretty neck. And that's the cuefor fully. If there is not quite enough the next 10 years win total approximately
Q You cast be at year another commercial. material, use contrasting ribbon, or 13 billion dollars, er an average

: best mentally or physically Anne-The secret of a pretty neck modify the style Just a little to suit of about $1,300,000,009 a year.
unless you let I hope you all know, is Perth's Tin the individual'earer.. That is purchasing power) It almost

sufficient sleep.Afil..X.rein.. sue Builder the Cream of Royalty Bustles are attractive only if they equals the total Bsflooal to-

has A woman who uses this need sever are styled correctly. A dress form come from banking to 1S43; it k
!> about her neck. is bandy to have for approximately the equal rat the national
helped thousands to worry II yes b. .it flU feryn.! mou14.incht
Bore restful nights and I Henry-That's what yon think! lines carefully, as they may require income from insurance lit tl.
# more peaceful days. : Anne--Always joking, aren't yon, quality. Restore it to Me by steam- slight adaptation from the orig same year; it fe more boa the
lot, or have it cleaned annual national Income
Ask your druggist for i, Henry? professionally. inal style. Pin and baste carefully average
Mile Ncrrine. CAUTION i Henry-Am I? and then try the effect on the actual from bituminous coal; it adds up w

-use only as di I Anne-I certainly hope so. Let'i Your daughter may be looking for person and make any other necessary a new national spending power. And
rected. Effervescent :' get o3 the subject of necks. oae of the new bare shoulder for adjustments before putting remember, this is interest only, net

tablets 3Sc and 75c --- mate to wear at her high school in the final stitches. the $49,700,000,009 of principal muck
1 -Laquid,25candLCO.. dance, and this might be just the You win have to sew both d of which also will be paid before
Miles Laboratories Henry-By the way why aren'tour material for her. There will probably these fabrics carefully to make the 10-year period is up 'beea,"

loc,ESUart. canaries twittering rate morn be enough for just such a them lock their best Allow plenty: some of these utstaoding bonds art

ladanLAT ing' dress. If not, select a small Quantity of room, as they do net give whex already five year scM.
Anne You know wD
very why. of wide grosgrain in match worn.
You ate their bird seed. Dear me Bringing this new purchasing pnr-
lag color and use it at the skirt or
ALL you eat everything. When sewing sheer material set I er down to that little midwest tew*,
around the bodice for
trimming. the machine
DRUGstow stitches carefully and that SIM.M4 in Interest aWa
Henry-Odds bodkins, you are gel a year
Another good idea for the velvet
test on a strip of fabric
tog flip Stick to the scriptAnneOh before is more thai the annual ,1.1r.U .i
garment is a housecoat. If there is
0 Henry! you do any actual sewing on th. bit the industries in the fawn, aa4
not quite enough material to make
Henry-Go ahead with the pe3, a comfortable coat of this type accessory you are making. You it those industries shut down f.r aay
may also use tissue paper underneath folks there would look
bat: if I catch the fellow who named reason apes
? plan to use coral and lime drapingat
Vat candy bar after me I'D send the material when sewing the fact as dire calamity eemiag to
the front, as this is a very effective as this the material
him to the Tower. Hell pay for it combination with black velvet gives more the commnity. The sty tads
A.!h his head. body while you stitch. This is easily which can slid off tills annuals interest -
Among the innumerable for
JWILESNERVINE uses ripped off when you finish th is ..
Anne You're always making people this velvet, you might discover that sewing. redenptwa f the *.
pay with their heads. Do yosfrnk 1 the! dress could be remodeled into before matar y.

it funny? : a Victorian or Renaissance style Here are some rrare amazing comparisons

Hrary-You'll find out And new, formal for current wear. Recut the Planning WardrobesThere : Ia Texas, the people betel
I 'olk5 it's time for our guest star. ;
neckline, making it a square or approximately a billion and a laY
t --- sweetheart type and add a bit of are many interestingways dollars of war and savings bcbdi

{ Anne-Who are our pelt stars toin lace ruSUng to give charm. This of choosing clothing for on which the It-year interest wetJtf
\'. Henry? : lace might also be used as an insert yourself. One of the best ways bo $375.000,100 cr an average .f

1 Henry-Two cfeanniBg girls, Ante : in the skirt or as a decoration of appearing your most at- $37,500.000 a year That total interest -

if Cleves and Catherine Howard. around the wnsts. tractive is always to choose colors anoints roughly to ene-third
AE \nne-Onr ray dead body! that blend well or contrast of the total value of Texas farm
Consider the Material
Henry-Okay, if that's the way yeu with your own personal type cf products i. 1944, gives by the .bureau -
rant it' When Doing Restyling beauty.If of tick cencvs as $JU .eet,12t.

For firmer grip whet ethers Just as you select a new dress you have a lovely home, lookto Large Par 01 IncomeIn
HOPE colors you use in
for its appropriate material. your
ip ask for SOLES yon rooms and "borrow" them for Indiana raise your wardrobe. Or if have in 1944 araowted to $S3WWBt TU
\!, husband hates the Jukebox: so you
cswelles That lately he's been praying a lovely picture print in color, 10-year interest en a tfihflo dollars

Fhat there will came a quarter s lei t test the colors against your own worth of war bonds beld.fcy Booster
Heels byO'Safffvsn To keep the thing from pb1 1r. complexion and see if they can't citizens will be Approximately $2 t-
famish inspiration fcr 000,000. or about oiebalf the total
Alice B. your
Matheay.PUr s clothing. farm inane for 1944.
tnJ flttttrt T r Check all colors you would use In aa eastern state, tftmias-
on yourself from all angles. See srtts, folks .*... two k&sas Ia laser

Ted fusing is now a disc jock,) r, r what they do for you under dif 1rith.&II appr rhnate SM WM* interest >

trM and we suppose his life has beccsi ferent lighting, and when you total sad Out firvrc, a....<-

i matter of disca and data. are certain they flatter you always tog to the ensxs bras Js tern

_e_ use them as a basis for times tie total value .f tarn prod

Busing gets $250,000 a year ia hii your wardrobe.It's nets soil sad used to UasneftosrMtfa
new Job with the musical records.Obviously always a good idea to Lave 1944. Tie sjEBsal tetertst, SMy
it an depends en the extent M.1. II pniy not fr+m it. one or two good basic dresses KM.MO. K.>taUy eqsali the asa ..

of the "turnover." must consider material when re- in the wardrobe, and several sets piynJI .. say axe eta dusts '
of accessories to with thriving i.3wrtre to Out todvsirtal
--- modeling. I think you win find that go them.
-- old taffeta and satin formals can be If you have a suit make sureSt state.

WHY PAY made into bright, perky suits either fits perfectly and then builda It seems to your Home Ton .Reporter
t r\ wardrobe around it with diSer- that these fifwtf fcrfc/lciM
for yourself or a tee>>-age daugh-
w MOREICl est blouses and dickies hats, to every ckken all (he lamiBar appeals .

I gRIll wu.n: AS&. & ter.These materials are luxurious shoes and ether accessories. for *e. wnlteoed purda'yi
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II put a stop to the green fruit evil !I of Ounty Ct>mmisst.*>ers. j
I D. S. Weeks Clerk.
was to turn honest and use some Dec. -13-1..

I Milestone Car "Sealed in Cellophane"I J Jr Jw I of the millions of dolllrs we collect i

for advertising purposes to warn Tallahassee. Ptoria'

1 consumers that if they buy Florida i November NOTICE SSth. 1.... .

fruit in September regardless of its I

appearance, it is not tit to eat and i :NOTICE is hereby given that the
urge them to wait until it is ripe. i TTastres of the Inters Is*proVelaaatFuad
of the State of FtorMa Pursuant -
If we can't stop the shipment of to Law. will offer far sale for
green fruit maybe we might pro- competitive bids In Tal......... Florida
i at II:OS o'clock A. at January 7. I
tect the consumer and prevent his 1947. the land fan GLADES COCXTY,
buying it. In any event an advertisement i described as follows; !
.VW" of NWH ad fracttasjalSi !
placed in the nation's r of NW%, 9KU4MI 2J, Towaisalp
metropolitan papers headed: "Warn 41 South, Range U BaM. coa4afta- I

ing: Florida Fruit Isn't Pit to Eat. I TeT Purchaser acre is required to pay !I

Don't buy GREEN fruit wait untilit the advertising cost. ,
is ripe," or words to that effect PCND reserve theright I

would prove so startling that it to reject any and all bias.
ji Range 3* Bast: tace alsjag the South I
would do a lot more good than BV ORDER of the Trustees of Internal ,
L harm. improvement rm i of the State
>' 30 x bFr 'I I of Florida.
: I how it SMS* ridiculous, but ;I MILLARD F. CALDWKLL,

it makes, a lot acre tense than I Attest: Governor.

: :lung the market and kidding o rlves F. C. Elliot. Sec.
Trustees Fund.
'''\ and oar customers the way JJ
Dec. Jan. 3. ;
vu'Te been doing for yean. I vea-

,re to say that every green FloiJa *- \ TM'H OK \>:\1"\1. 'MKafTIXONotice II111htltlER'i -' I
orange or grapefruit that finds or M n.UU.\U:
iRAI\AiH Uls'fU.Ti : I
i's way to market kills the sale of
i ----
i thousaad ripe ones later In the '!
,- I is hereby given that pursuant
< to call of the Board of Supervisor ofSt&arland
I Drainage District and in
accordance with Section Ufa. Article
: ea 'z II. Chapter 3. Title 7 of the CompiledGeneral
.', ; tt get; LEG\L .NOTICESTI Laws of 19S7 Florida the an-
nual meeting of the landowners of
: Sugarland Drainage District for the
:N year 1947. will be stoM at the officeof
." ; said District at Clewiston. Florida
y > ('F. OP _'PPI.I.'TIU01& on Wednesday. January I. 194V. at
TtNOTICE \ 1)1:1-:1) 4 30 o'clock P; M.. Eastern Standard
Time for the purpose of
An'orchid" among motor cars is this milestone model imposed upon the industry by current business condi I 1. Electing one Supervisor for a
the 19,000.000th Chevrolet built in the 35 yean of the tions. Top-ranking executives of Chevrolet who "deliv I M S. THOMPSON IS HEREBY, GIVEN assignee that I term 2. Of Receiving three yaat annual reports and \
division's history.Production of this car early in December ered" this welcome souvenir "wrapped in cellophane' I Iot Everglades Drainage Iarat Tax taking such acttoa with respect thereto
highlights the endeavor of automotive manufacturers of are Nicholas Dreystadt (left), general manager and Certificate numbered Sat dated the I as the landowners determmei aDd I
America to supply a car-hungry nation within the limits T. H. Keating, general sales manager. I 3sth day of Jane, A. D. 1St!, has filM 3. Traaactlq.ucla other bas.....
-aid certificate in my office and has as may come before the mtettas
made application for tax deed to BOARD OF SUPBRVOOrai OF
'tic. thereon in accordance with 1.-1 I SUGARLAND DRAINAGE .
I I Said Certificate embraces the DISTRICT.By' :
THE POCKETBOOK OF KNOWLEDGE By PILcii off jlng described aroeertv.- situated Ini-- F. Deane Duff. PesulMat.Dec. !
SUGAR SEASON IS \ blades County. Florida, to-wli-- I 2-27.
: j North Half of Tract M. Section
13, Township 41 South Raa e M
ouT of 7wRe East

( AWAY' OUT FRONT i The assessment of said property under \tiTlfh Tn ('4.'TR UITMnlin..If
/ ) I said certificate issued was in the -4: up Tlut "TTIInuu
name of Unknown. DEP.ti1TUi1\T i
Pulses said certificate shall be re
SAY OFFICIALS1 d..medordl.... to law, tax deed Tallahassee. Florida
cAgz USSC will,February issue, A.thereon D. 1947.on the Srd day of December 13. 19... i

Yy Dated this lilt day of January. .,.7. 'u' TltLCTio\ l'RI14iRARSealed :
(SEAL) D. 8. WED' bids will be received at this
(Clewiston News) Clerk Circuit Court. Glades office from Qualified Contractors until ,
County, Florida. 10.30 A. M. ( on the tth day
i E I Ilit Clewiston sugar house is I II Jan. 3, II, IT. 14. 91. of January, 1947. for the construction I Ii
operating, away out in front" aci -! i of the following
.1 r } r' i Mate Trajeel. J.b -\*. UM 3-t.S, Road
rding to the of ,
report sugar No. 7s Glades County, between Lake-
poration officials this week, cor-I XOTICKBy port and Indian Prairie Canal Work
I to consist of clearing aad grubMax.
a'I'ell be. as the season ea
grading, romttrwettoa Band Bituminous
action of Glade County Board of a
t this spring of the new year that I'of Commissioners under C. G. U 282- Road Mix Pavement and
'' Glade I incidental Item The length I. ap-
new records for County Election Precinct
sugar production
No.;I, S North LaBetle) in altered and prostmafly lO.Ttt mils A certified
mabe established. [changed to include Precinct No. check In the aaseont of t...**" will
2.36.QOO BUSINESSES WTHS tl14E 8Ati0NTli5 The corporation, however, is not I!I! (Tasmania) and hereafter the comjblned I be required.
U.S. EMPUVWS AFTER V-J DAy ;: precincts will be known n" For each proposal a certified check
FEWER f out to set any records this year!Precinct No. i. In the amount stated above, made
THPN IOO PERSON WOt PBCMOe RR6ED and is content to hit a good "cruis-I I Election Precinct No. & to altered payable to eM Chabman of taM Rate
JOSS FOR A THIRP OF ALL l 3A40MlV land I chanced Is described Roan DeaartauBt, with the necwwtry
\U06E EflRMERS lug speed aDd stick to it." N'o I|I "Bejrinninn at ta. Soutft w c..' rAr_ Staten Periisamtary Mamps attacked.must .
figures hare been given for production ner of Glade County which is the accompany each -
I :Southwest Corner of Section Jl, Township titled checks s&ftll be certifiedass
thus far but it is understoodthat 42 South Range 28 East, thence in It days of the date for receiving
: 1 WEGNTOF the "cruising speed". has beena run north along the Range line which bMs. Cashiers' checks will not beaccepted.
III the Went boundary of Glad,'0 County The checks of the two lowest -
r PIOOP IS ONF. very good one and that the daily i to the Northwest t'orner of snid bidders will be d,'poult-.
grind is averaging near to the mill I't'aunty wh'rh Is the Northwest C"r- All I work 'o be done in accvrdanci
secyr nor of Section i. Township 40 South with the Maim, Spe.-Iff'ati, and
capacity.The Range 21 East: run thence East ntir< Special Provisions of the State Road
tonnage of case is reportedto 1 Itlonathe North line (.f the fount t. I Pepartimnt. Special attention is
the Northwest Corner of Section called to Special Provisions which will
be very high and the exceptional Township 40 South Range 39 East: be furnished with each proposal
growing season has raised the sugar run thence South along the Rang 1 Proposals will be furnished toQualified
,line to theNorthwest Corner of Sec I' Contractors upon a_lea-
content to a considerable extent -lion 1*. Ttiwnihlp 49 South. Range Ion to this office FOR THE SUM OF i
I| The is 34 East: thence East along the North FOR EACH PROPOSAL, Plans
sucrose BOW running
II boundar lines of Sections 19 and 20. 11.5 y be purchased from this office for
approximately one per cent higher(Township 40 South. Range 30 East U .- sum of 35 for each set Ho STO-
I than it was at this state time last the Northeast Corner Section I*. >,al. will be issued unless rmsjtMtn.
Township 4* South. Range SO Eaxt for them are received by this officeat
/ Eg1 wait HOLPS year. I'thence South on Section lines straight least 14 hours prior to the Um
FOR ELECTRIC The starch plant is now in tall Ito intersect the South Boundary or for opening btda
Glade County at the Southwest Corner All bids must show totals for each :
SHAYER'1URNSiT A time operation aad a fine grade of of Section 31, Township 42 South item and total amount *f bid inserted '
oFFJ 1DoN, 006 4lSF fl/7W0 Point of Beginning_" on the cover of the proposal.The .
sweet starch
AND REtIS UP THE ___ PERMRNENT T TH __ potato fe being shipped boundary of said County due Went to right Is reserved, to reject any
CORP -. out steadily.' The voting place in said PrecinctNo. or all blda.
6 shall be the name a* h.r..toforl'Pro"ldf'd STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
During the four days ending Sunday by the Commissioner of DIs- OF FLORIDA
a total of 886 visitors were trtet in which the Precinct Is located F. K. Bayless, Chairman. {:
-._--------. J, E. FRIERSON. ('halrmanGlades Herndon P. CoioD.,. StateHighway !
shown through the sugar house, an 'ounty.. Florida.ATTEST Engineer.Dec. ;
IVlarkette And Davis hardware business was instrumentalin average of more than 200 per day. : 29-17.

adding a line of this type of I
Partners In Home
merchandise to the Marietta store HKLl.iVIK\V-IULTMOIlr: :

Appliance Company The company expects to expand the IIOTKL IS SOU) i

hardware line as rapidly as possiblebut ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 18 -i

will also continue to sell all (FNS)-Sale of the luxurious:

(Clewiston News) types of electrical and gas ap Belleriew-Biltmore Hotel at Delle- Blossom

The partnership of Thomas E. pliances.The air to a syndicate Michigan business I Orange

Uarkette and L. N. Davis in the fast-growing business forced men was announced last Saturday

Home Appliance Company is announced the store to locate larger quartersa by Ed C. Wright former :
this week as of the flrlt1)f owner.
short time ago when It moved to
1947, succeeding the larkE'ttel the new building just aross from Safe price was "In excess of I|! .Minstrel Show
Radio and Appliance Sales. 1 I the Clewiston Motor Company. This $&4tO.t," Wright said. The new I'! !

Mr. Darts has been affiliated with new store Is constantly being rearranged owners already hare begun a I j

the store since he resigned a few I I to accommodate a larger $500.096 program of renovating I

.ontbs ago as manager of the stock the latest addition planned redecorating and refurnishing Karl

4 "bud ware department' at Parkin I being a special booth for phonograph l I K. Abbott who has owned and Friday January 10 i

ss+on'3 21111"his knowledge of thl' I,record sales I operated many famous reports will iI
manage the hotel. He has set the ,

opening date of If. I
---- I as January

8:15 P. M. i
Sugar StampNo.

s,Far ration staap No. S3 in
.FLAMIN[ O \ Coo\.. Vo 4. Is no* valid for 5o'inds '

of sugar aid will he good
four months .,.41.... coupon PARADE BY EIGHTEEN PIECE BAND

h" -.imp usable yesterday. Jan. 1. AT NOON

\t the same time"' stamps Nos 9id

; K p. each good for the pounds

DAIRY I FEEDRoughage 1ftannlnR i purposes and spare
t;<": :' Vo ri; were Invalidated. SHOW


and Concentrated Feeds Too Late To Clauify-

(Continued frost Page 4) Sponsored By

Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users <>nh people directly in the citrus :

business bat Just abottt every one I

I FOR SALE IN THIS "RE."T DEHYDUA11XO PLANT IX in Florida for the ia4 *try is dominant :
e MOORS IL1VEX and when citrus folks suffer Glades County Post

1 all of as mast take the rap along

WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) !i with them in one way or aaotherIn ,
a column I wrote a few yearsao
on tills seas subject daring a

j similar sltaaUoB ls the present. I

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