Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00154
 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 24, 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: UF00028301:00154

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Are Complete For Scout Reactivated Troop Here To Be Construction Should Be I

Annual By Rev. John Moore I In

Co-op MeetingElectric ) Underway Sixty Days ; ,

Fi.;id Fxecutive, Nixson of tbe

uuifstream Boy Scout Council nt J

Displays to Add County Complete i iI West Palm Bf'ach..as here this Construction Of Meeting Held Here With

confer with Rev John A.
week to
To Interest1any I I; Installation Of I Moore a former Moore Haven Gantt BuildingHas Growers At Court :

Door PrizesW. I acoatmaster. and as a remit of this Been Begun House
I i Concrete Culvert I II conference Rev Moore has agreedto

reactivate the Boy Scoot troopwhich

B. Irby. manager of the;I The board of county comair has been dormant for aever'ial Tbf Lundqnist Constrnctioa Company J. K. Caldwell preaadeM said U : li

Madea Kasetrte Co-operative said : The first meeting was has begun the construction ofa
sioBers have completed the ..sl- L. Welch member of lath Iape.
this week tkat plans are virtually I scheduled to have been held last small!! one-siory concrete block: lac.. of Abbeville. La,. loft BO 'I
1 latton of a double forty-eight inch structure on Avenue I adjaernt to
complete for Ute annual of
meeting night.Staee. doubt ia the minds of the peeae i
Triember-ewmws to he held at the. concrete culvert on the Hicaoekee : the troop became iBacttr the Bo restaurant for Bros4s and here today that the eoaapaay Is [

rnurtkeoae next Thursday evening.' rood at the moatk of Lateral "A" it has been transferred from the Hay Donald Gaatt which u.ewm mom a aID from la hap to ;

Jan nary It.Effort of Newkall Oraiaage District which 3uattaad Council of Bradeatoa to see as a liquor package store. Moore Haven and that present akvas j
of the foundation was
to obtain national off et- wooden widen the GaUstream Coanefi with heodeaarten are to have it operatme by the tttot
replaces bridge poured this morning and block:
*i': ot the Kara DeetriflestioB: Ad- in West Paba Beach and of December. I
has this canal lIMe its laying will be started at o&ee.
i.nietn41oB a* opeefcers for the = tato troop, with the Ctewiatontrooa The two oftfeiafe mot with M i
Plans of the building are attractive -
'..( :acte were unavailing bet there makes np the SngarlaadDmtrict. very
the interior being; planned many of tIM farmers of the area aa .1:
'V .l'J' be several tatereetiBe soeak- TIle work was done by J.: A. Lee with shelving and could he summoned oa short antics
eBerertkeleas: the featured It... Moore pastor of the Baptist appropriate it
local dredging contractor for such at the courthouse at one .
a ; i
Taker being C. E. Baggett of I Chnrch kere wa scoutmaster I clock<<: this afternoon. J. E. Frteroaa "

auckam, aresldtnt of the Peac-! in Moore Haven aDd a very popular acted as chairmaa of tke matte !

Liver YaBey Cooperative head of : '! one when he resigned his pastorateto 'PLANS FOR POWER and both .... Caldwell and $r. .

tb" slate group of coops and rhalr- USO CAMPAIGN FOR enter the war as an Air Corps Welch discnseed the plans of tkeUTS' > 'I

: *n .f die state commute in trTHtiflSJBl ; Chaplain. Various efforts were I !'; corporation so far aa ...- !

STOWp.Earl iade.. for the most part spasmodically PLANT REVISEDTO ...n.lf'. I
$200 QUOTA TAKES 'to keep the troop alive and I '
Lraek, field repre tta*;b Flying ia yesterday afterBooa tfco 1l

< .' the field management division is certain now tINt the com- was conferred with Mr. Frist SOB rand

(d REA H. P. Klrkman of the ap PLACE NEXT \WEEK : unity will have a troop of which REDUCE: COSTThe other interested parties bat returned 'i

Tli icatkm sad Ion division of REA !It pan he extremely proud last sight to .> ... Tab

:>nd Carl AlliBOB, field represent T>ov Donald Lundy hall promised morning they were met at Kiddle .

t,, Assist' in rise c 'ct; work as junior plan specifications for
tae: of the engineering section : i iI Field by Mr. Prioress and were
Mrs. R Boe chairman of the ,i I
Fare: expected to be present assistant s r>;.tn.dSt the new power plant to he erected I taken at oaee to Clewteton where
drive for USO funds for GladeCousty. :
..'.dIre brief talks u win the Intensive''I' ---- here by the Glades Electric Cooperative they centered with Charles E.
I states that an I contract for shish was
rteeBnaUv, of two material Wetberald. executive yIotpsldatof

,. mhsaise, George Jadronja, rep-.! drive will be held daring tbe corcing CITY COMMISSION t tentatively awarded receafly to the the U S. Sager Cwjaratton, sadother
r reeatthlg tire Graykar Electric week to raise the |I Murphy Construction Company ofWest eatBufaUoB oftMala Mr.
qcota of UtHt in this national drive '
'o1ltJany and C. E. Apse. Jules Palm Beach on a Ud of W thmsHTniio>id .> t"f,
To this ead several have be*>nd '
la''. '

f- '1 m..fr! totrkf .j n- niUNgpa\ TIM ntJti.learnt v.... j 1 1tn" I SHAPES ORDINANCE- Wi J1W.343 has....1.b.f"1a4. ,'l'ho' tlsrliu0tdi7. C'WP" '' ", r

'" a to rtiIM or eased I tl
elision In is aa4e toaa
slight pas : would .. made > it to i
: : eaae ivBa t>
principal business before the )
Tbe anota aa the sevea-day period FOR LOCAL ZONING effort to redact Ute coot, the .
them and agreed tkot tm4e, &4ea<
art :.e. will be the election of a These workers will Include Mrs |I coBsMerahry higher

:ate of new directors Two eaaidaie -. Nolan Durre. Miss Ana Leaky. Mrs I I I bid? being growers BOW ramtag cane tor peoKoalug I Ii
than were anticipatedIt by the dewmUm mill woJi I II M
from each district have 1.\. G. BlIt ltm.a. Mrs. F. D. TanaJMrs i I i
its regular
Tht c. \ 'nussion: at is understood that BO great
..en named and other nominations II' be released next season If the eorporaUosi -
j Peter Matusiak. Mrs. Merrv I' I
evening, d scaosed -
.. meeting Tuesday change will be made ia construction were notified by the Brat
ay be made if desired from the
Gash Roberta Mrs. W. E. CaaaMy., the
I at considerable length details but a stucco coat on
; '.or at die meetiag. The present' Mrs Mrs. i I" August that this cane was wrp- u
Eugene Boylea sad
t provisions of a proposed balding the outside will be done away with ed. to give the new mill eaasph
ndiftatee Diatom Island
are: Archie Waggerby tor the town sad code and toning ordinance asked and the building painted tasted;
line for a profitable first eeti
.' hn Ttadtke and Fisher W. Aag;
SBiroandlag area; Man MargieCompton. for segseatfon from the several I| the height of the maim floor above !.r.....
v ore Mare*-R. D. Lyons and H.I Lakepon; Mrs C. V. I bnildB I .
present who are proposing to the ground will be reduced IItwo Mr. Caldwell said that thepan aa-
Robmaoa; Lake>>ort-A. A. Beck Blow aad Mm. G. E. Fleming,
the Bear titan tad fiaalJv or laNe feet to cut Iowa OB tile
would haul large off
? a part
: d W. B. Norton; Ortona-Stanley Mrs J. Orteaa.
PalmdaJe: B. Cox 1'
draft over a tile in tile foundation -
I turned the rough amount of concrete the cane by tnK"It..1IRt....
u Wallow Falmnal
and Ralph -
avmaa : Dorothy Tkeman wfll canvass tier;
the I
of designed
writing busman
city attoraetDr! walls and a at.
_T. T. Oner sad R. P BMw ] taM to tbe load and WWII aaaa y
colored pepamtioa in Moore Haven I !
ia the original ohms will
; V.E.pea1aalt sad' 1 r-rdiDUft. barge la aa ..11caH: aa was prat-
sad Benbow. I
Millar Hkoria Richardrchkatt ,I Tbe ordinance will be up for be eliminated and a fill oa piling tieal sad if any were so .Nnstad

.-01\ sad: David -C., Kelley: Mrs Roe states that it is her 1 first reading at the next remlarcommissioa will come ap to tke floor. These that rail hauling would be blur

ndentandiag that dill will be the I February changes are expected to briag the I
Park. lama*-Albert Devas andT : meeting oa that this means of tr-.llit IV
J. Dorreace. Lorida-George mat aatioaal drive for F9O faads. 4. It will provide four separate coat down by some SIS.Aftft.aad It weald also be used He hiila4d

ffJaeMaaws: ] ;OB Tale 8) faads which went daring the war building zones witWB the city two is likely if Marphy will agree to (Continued oa Page I)

to provide enteitatemeat for troops residential one hasher and one this cat, that he will be awarded r

overseas and now are and hugely industrial restricts the sale of the contract sad new bid will not
IMPORTANT NOTICE ; Drunken Driver In
for giving entertainment of woaad- whiskey, wine or beer. in the area! be asked.

Mack Greene asks od veterans la tbs many hospital, want of and iBdadinc Second\ The Ortoaa JiM of Project A was Truck Wrecks Car
City Manager throughout the To fail Wednesday and it
I coaatry. Street far north u the railroad. energised M
as ,
that BtteMttea be called this week to eoatribate to this drive is to letdown restrict the Ml WIM..t of gasoline was bettered that the Tessa Hoe And HouseTrailer
to the fall that some lot omaers.now .
those who traded energized
a and
vetoraa* storage; of any would be completed
balk plants or I -
caga:" to filing in heir tots healthy body for oar Mcertty sad tafMmmaMe materials ts..MoIt as far as the Richard
other similar half Chevrolet stake
A ton and a
with sand encroaching OB city
are it i likely that Glades Coaaty will Hkoria. Todayis
ArcaboU place at
other than those
drataaeetiite to any area j track driven by VTinten W. Ph"
Hit filling in :
alleyways af aia go well over tat top ta this industrial area aDd .atabUskwe -| the final work day for the J. F.
*,". This snot be tolerated set apart aa Hps of Tampa coming south on
owner who M drive. t a few geaeral regalatioas Thompson Construction Companyon Road 25 about sit miles west ot
and piopwty Other officers of the USO ( plumbto, the adjusted contract time ad
fill dnbas dttckes sad tiapfssalleyways on bntldiag eoaceraiag Moore Haven Tuesday crashed ia-
I VD will be held roepsa .bIFISFHCA i mittee are Harry P. ......... 'OlD-I septic taaka. sisetiiaal wtrtag, roof,I it was bettered that the entire] to a MUse trailer drawn by Mr.

chairman Mrs. Wm. !It..... ..... ; eoaatruetioa, etc. It will be reqaired -;. work would be completed on time. sad Mrs. Edward Droiet with their

VISITORS tary-treasnrer Carr Settle heads also that an reaideBCse bei i I H. C. Brown, who has served asa tin Mercury sedan and after tearing

the publicity committee. I II set back at least 26 feet from .: beau for the cooperative coming ap the trailer and its furnish i
here from Waytross. G* last
at Williams Hant- property lines OB aveaaea aad, that j tau went on to hit a Ltneota

..r.d Ames rtnklM guests Lodge this week wereBMtasMK. I Lot Filling ContinuesIn i floor be act more thus 24 tech i September, wffl serve and as his mapeetor word Zephyr. 1 1akla.was follewmg tm>
.1!! for tile cooperative
W. R Miller. Joe above lbs groaad lm natural or trailer m a kead-oa eaikMos
11 ( .
I .,ark, Tkosau Cannamere sad M. Several Parts of ,City filled | I I wfll be n.I"of any wiring tile approval)obe oa the orrajorttM PWIU,. is arid m ate Qlsmts

Rica of ..... B A. White sad ---- !! It was voted to issue warranty he -' County jail oa a bond pL.'h, Ba-i
wiB aot permitted
ERA ... H*
Ball of Tampa. Edward Dale ', The tilling in of lots in the townlte deeds to beyers of city ...-.t,. wiring tar trop trolmaa A. W. Miller porflac *.
to do any
Cook of Ohio. T. Core baild- with BfaiBat any title :ke was ia a drunken staper wksm
:.d Goof** preparatorr to proposed : a warranty ]
"'<,.- sad T. Alien of Detroit., ): tag has been going ahead with in'freasini defect whiek wM gmaraatee the I Ii ; members : tile aoctdeat occcrred _

vncWga Haig Cote of Lake Wales. : rapidity this week. J. A i i purchaser a rwfaad of the anumnt I I .The only injury nustalaed was hf

: Remoter of Bradentoa D. L. Lee patting several tracks oa this: paid for lota if tfce tttie should b? i P.-T. A. Makes Plans : if?.. Arthur Morgan of Toaaaw.

,el sad wife of Fort Myrs. sad : work in addition to those already:. qaevtloaed. n" pointed out however j ji town. Ohio, a pa* ene 'r ka the LmMr. -
L. Carrts sad wife of Akroa j working teat week Barter a t'Ri! i i tkat ao city: tax foreclosure I To Raise I.... ud Mrs Mecsjam, with

PtacM I! been *estionedW :: ___ I Ii Mr. and %r'i. John D Wea fr, OWB
:,to.<<>> trader from Lake deed has ever
I i The Borrcwmaa TraOer Park lots' B. l"' maaager of the REA !i! The P.-T. A. met on Friday night 1 1I : era of thi' ("U'Pf- -c r' tae from
appeared to ask that!I in the high school for the 'Miami to Mexico ("'-t' Damage to
sad cooperative
Are Holding fare been filled ask levelled
Masons .
a fixed rate 8ori monthly meeting TIle ftCII..I''I' die car taken ri urec.. r to the
the he gleC
i jeahaace* tbe appearaBce: oftkatsecIttoa -i city .I .
... estimated
School of Instruction j to a ctiasidemfciK eiteat; W !i electricity lor Ae Best few meath.': tad was saeat dtocaanag garlandotors was
for the past two moue of ramlBf tile remainder of at **"\i.
B. Norton. Jr, has fflled la his based oa aisle i
laM!: TIle owned bi )lr. sal
BOcesoary tbreephaseaMtefa. the aoosseary to provide tra e.r.
: months, saSS money
which km BOW
lots garage
H. O. Jenk of Tampa an officerof oa aria are pTocured ..I for the arame woos sad the lunch ;; Mrs Droiet of )(Miltotrr.k ]Mich
Lodge of Florida jbaUdiag will be ataeot; Mrs. J. C. BOW OB :: *
tke Oiojkd afjreed to and the room this betes the project for the """a rout from Miaais to some
lota oa the This was
school o? Swiadall! is hariag this ,
w:11 taatkHi a three-day J point fa etatral Florida where they
... I Third : won alee tip oermtsoioa to yew i
tor Moore Hares -I aootk side of at eat 1 1i
:JstrwdtIa tortgmt Street tiDed Bad *V Jordan wfflg jase three lots .... the railroad After some dmeasaion tentative had tKBMiiel to spend tie rematador -
Lsdtte ) .. 11. a of tike winter. The satire
me to sponsor
i of light poNe aai -i plan were
sesemMyr ahead at ... with ftmwg in oft track for storage
in tiko host two night i fend for tIN sires or a earatval Tbe side was fsjn from the trailer by
site of the til other BBS may *
km tots wear
.... mwk- oa the i
Jtrats bas atoM at Mr Jaokmta for a Spring Ute impact and all of the fnratahmga -
{ block at the aonknuol Brae of iota. I'u
p"W>> m wen of BowQhip tbs. Ave I and ImM atreotMr.! Aa BaTsimtat was made to sell I' eMSmt M ho ,. .. 1tJ':! were badly damaged it was
aM r ;
Eawsd + psuisdoe La m awe its .is lets atiaae I two MB weal of the ice plant to the ....... a was gladly accent-! still capable of refiiag, fceweveraad .
rRsIKsbe....... was brought W Gfewlstoa late
fee Ceeapaay tor ....
Takimas. the Moore UK*** -
at ,
i alai M empd L :1. _hie tlalaas L ...... At sit omt ot tile meeting; a so- tn the afternoon to the FeuUUL1'rafkor

the >tariylag.... gatf1WbF._ sa ares" Div Jt -4 I II I M dM 'l'... of flea ale! M1M to a5rwal. last isQf4faed eIII hue w.4 eafofot ka ate home. Park. Damage to the tailor -
.till lw .
1..Ai%.l.. e ( eta spa .i ..... was estimated at U.



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Woman's WorldGlamorize I

Gems of Thought .>

l MORE important than the ileAllhll Ugly Duckling Beds i

things we do are the thingswe .
do not do; more influential

than the things we say are those With Slipcovered Headboards l
we do not say.Sometbisg Bat Hippy>> No Gift

the bear must lav Dope-I feel as sturdy si a tru. Jake-Who gave you that black _____ __ $ !

$o cbe, sb. Mutt lot*, and joy, and Mope And you're Just a* eye? ;
sappy. Bill-Nobody gave it to me. I .J
Sorrow learn.- ",f.UHII. Lrlla
had to fight for it. i (Dif
It's motive alone that gives Jut Two v .

character to the actions of men. "I wonder" said his wife That's All If ,..'rt aee of the thousands of :

-Bruyere. "what the popular styles In hats Diner -I taut tat his teuf war brides still waiting to see your Sewing Trick I "
Business whets the appetiteand will be this spring" Waiter-.1U call the managtr.Dtntr dream hone. cone tree there are
gives a taste for pleasuresas 'Oh, two styles, as usual-the (if tea",.. M'riu-Th14 several! of making your life at
exercise does to food. Lord tout, I cast tat it.ltf..grl ways -
style don't like, and the styleI
you bill present ate of comfort and pleasant-
Chesterfield.Be regret fir. I'll tat "'':
can't afford. tit the(. Dfes*. There's BO need to put up ,->
true to your word, your Diner (uben the chef arrittt)-Ican't I with sad-looking family h.i-d-n) e wiz; f
man's head becomes
The bigger a -
work and friend. John
your this .,
tat soup. downs if you can run a sewng n; ,,
the easier it Is to fill his
Boyle O'Reilly. Cbt't-IT bat i the matter with its I chine or take a needle in your nand
I shoes. I Diner ,\etjiag. I bat'en't oJ spell. I and transform today's fabrics into std;'

I things nf beauty and loveliness.A .

i few yards of printed or plain
f cotton or rayon can be turned out
la I into handsome quilted and app'iquedfetiaaes
a 1 for headboard slipcovers after
I a few lessons at your local sew

hug center. You can for e\.ample.
pad a slip cover and work out a
quilting design at the same time with
Just a little instruction and turn
the white elephant of a bed into a
thing of beauty.
oB eXfltilF' Checked gingham, flower sprigged

or striped fabrics are best for a

quitted design which is easy to applv
with the quilting attachment to themachine. .t .g;

If your heart is set on

one of the lovely appliqued designs Makeshift sleeping set ups
your best choice is a plain background -
oosTFEi I. such as studio couches and fam
which sets off the floral de- ily hand-me-downs can be traas-
signs of the applique. The rigzaggu fermed thriftily Into decorative
: attachment will do the Job neatly assets with appliqued or quitted
and in very short order.
slipcovers for headboards.
Outmoded wooden bedsteads
should be cut down to modern proportions
: before you attempt coverIng sign of any reasonable size, assuring
& the headboard. Perhaps a handy a uniform pattern. After the .

.I carpenter or even friend husband guide is set, stitch as you wouM any
I would enjoy doing the job in one of I i straight scam.

i his spare moments. If you're not
Fiscal Printed Remnants
; quite certain of the lines to use, then
: cheek over some modern pieces Easy to Use for Appttqmt

,. : before you attempt to start the For 4iD appliqued slip cover cut

,: remodeling.You out designs from a floral printed
may even use a studio couchor remnant and then applique to the
box spring mattress combination plain fabric slip cover, using a aigtagger -
if you don't have a regular bed. In attachment. Both of these
this case, attach a headboard madeof headboard effects can be enhancedwith
compo or plywood cut to bed matching bedspread, the quilt-
width. ing and applique work being done in
much the same fashion as for the
Take Measurements First headboard.

When Making Covering Frilly ruffles that complement
To determine the fabric necessary headboard drama can be stitched
I : for the headboard, measure across for bedspreads with the ruffler attachment '

Ir I the top of it for width and then from This gadget raffles and
I top to bottom for depth. Lay the stitches all in one operation.If .
I I material lengthwise across the front you're a career girl and botise-4

... I of the headboard to avoid seams keeper combination, then select th*.
i ...... ,.. I down the center front. Join narrow bedspread with care. You'll want
... "'. .. j one that fits perfectly without too!
.""" much fussing-one that you can!

I swiftly maneuver into place In the

r morning and snap off quickly in;
i .
Please accept Bollard's offer of 30 free 0 the evening.A
G i simple quilted bedspread or a
Obelisk Premium Coupon to help you e eI
cotton appliqued one will lay nkelyt
these beautiful home I No
+ get gifts money on the bed, and will be simple as!
to .nd-no box tale '. .
tops or slips .
far as care is concerned.
P Just purchase Bollard' Obelisk Flour; Of if
course you want more glam1
r i (!, Fill out and mail coupon below I II our, you can go in for the frilly,

ruffled types made of sheer material

als like organdie and dotted Swiss,
s az;, I but this is something strictly fem

I -u__ \ 11,,.,', all jm J. to gel nrjree premium toupee inine, and you don't want to subject

(worth 30 regular coupons!): C..." flU btdttitdt info e your brand new husband to tool

M' i 4 / z 1 Purchase OBELISK Flour, any site, plain or many fancy frills.
t yt / ( y self-rising, from your gnxer.: pieces that run down the sides and A gathered skirt also is acceptable
i; sR- across the top with heavy corded if you want something feminine -
2 Write the of the and
came store
your own
name and address on the below. edges: sewing center instructors will but tailored. This can be effectively
coupon show you bow to master this quickly worked out with a floral
rar. 3 Clip and mail to Ballard & Ballard Co. Inc.. with the cording foot attachment print spread and a plain colored.
lore is a truly amazing offer to every Southern. Louisville, hy.housewife .
on your machine. After finishing gather. This motif also can be car
That's all there is to it-no money to scarf, noGleaming effects are created, the slip ried out in draperies and dressing
table silver lo>ely dishware, box tops or sales slips. We trust you. caver is placed over the headboardand table skirt.

.. luxurious Turkish towels, modern coffee fastened snugly at the back witha
percolators-these and many other wonder e.na..rs free 30-cevp.a Alter p"tM..,ly ..pees midnight > long zipper closing. If the headboard -

ful home gifts can soon be,yours with the ,ftbrvory 3,st dent delay Pt mitt this ch..... is curved, remember to shape Tucks and Stitches
help of this valuable free coupon! .I lifetime..to gey.wewp..c.a.c.e.et'. Dying the fabric with basting stitches before -
I b.-, Bay OBELISK Fl. r and send Y'W c.v..." tedayl final and Remember that in planning a
the cutting
It's big opportunity to discover t doing
your dress old
Offer limited to. ? ccvpen pf lumtf. new or re-styling an
:. Je"-improudOBELlSKflour-Jtostart stitching. one, it is important to recognize
saving OBELISK premium coupons or add OBELISK FLOUR NOW WHITER FINER) After taking headboard measurements the relationship between your
30 to the ones you already have! What'smore for slipcover quilted finish allow I pattern and the fabric select
: Over three generation of Southern housewives h you
*' at least ore-quarter of a yard
when receive free bonus
you your OBELISK Flour Moreover, the fabric suit the
depeaded on for perfect btkiftg re* may
for take-up in the quilting
coupon you can combine it with those you salts. Now recent Ballard research has made ike pattern design perfectly, but you
find regularly in OBELISK Flour as well as ..ewOBWSi.hiterbncrauau.essurtoasedaoin You can quilt the entire front surfaced also must bear in mind that thereis
Ballard's Insurance Feed, Octagon Soap.eyer before! Use it for all your baking need for the material or make a large <<0e. just as much relationship be-
with border
Hearth Club Baking Powder Borden's tempuagdchciousbiscviuakestookiespiectots tween the fabric and your fig
and lots of other triad-usual foods! .
Cow Milk Cereals and Luzianne ; Sewing center
ver ,Jersey : ure. experts gufc4
is sandwiched between
Always ask for Balhrd't OBELISK
Tea or Coffee! your grocer you in differentiating betweenthese
e Flour-the snowy 11 bite Southern-milled flow with f aDd uncloth backing and
.Almost before you know it, ytu too will the gift coupons inside It pays-tut ran! two important factors, ar 2.
at the same time recommend fau
have enough coupons for some of the gorgeous
fie designs that will assure Sgu-
gifts now on display at your local
premium store or agency I Simply select the BALLARD BAllARD CO., INC. flattery. For example, if you ; f
is a short, stout figure, you should 1
like cash!
items you want, use your coupons LOUISVILLE KY.
j stay away from bold stripes and
loud plaids that will tend to make
you look shorter and stockier, and
CLIP AND MAIL TODAY I choose rather plain fabrics in be-
------------------------------ coming muted colors.

Ii I i I Teed & loiter C.. Inc. Bat 420,UoltviU, Ky. I come The dress short-waisted that suddenly and uncomfortable has be-

I I purtbased OBELISK Flour from______ j jtrsa I I is still a "remake" pos

sibility. The sewing center in
locality will show how
(name and address of grocery store). Pleas send me postpaid I If your you
it Is to this dress back
easy put
my free premium coupon: worth 30 regular coupons.
into circulation. All you need for
II My name *' SiJ.o_ piecet.aQ this problem Is a mid-riff insert j

strip of printed or striped fabric, ,
: Address of these basted
are together
if the dress is a solid color. The
I Turn basted fabric padding and
I City.rT.wa_ MeSrarrNoce 'I' reverie is true if the dress is '
side down
I backing, right en cutting made of fabric. Sever
a print
: This offer expires midnight February 3, 1947.Good table and draw pencilled criu-<'rosa
I only io the United States. Offer limited to err. free diagonal lines which act as a guide bodice from skirt, determine the
exact width with darts back and
coupon per WM
LBlUf family------- for the first of quilted
-____ ______ __ row stitching. front. Attach to the bottom of ,
After the first row of stitching is
bodies and top of skirt on
done the bar on the quilter attachment

*;* U. S- c L ilf L tBf1fliiJI can be set- for--spacing-- a de-- side. Finish c3 with picked edcu.h .

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-,..< Seminoles Washington MisrepresentedBy NEWS BJH i ,.. ., : 1- '11::11I:11ISlip

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oil silk covers over the bot- If your small throw rags wrinkle
Sensational Writers ;Krr.a of hanging plant: pots to pre- up under the clearing try using t
TIlErN g' mit water from dripping out. the vacuum crosswise instead oi
: -.- lengthwise. '

By PAUL \ Protein foods, such as ham -eII -
By BAUKHAGE tsh or eggs, lose their food ; a porcelain teakettle or coffeepot
Newt A..lyit c.--flJ4I. ;aiue when allowed to boil at high i, becomes stained rub the
Rtle itit; .estersNewapaperC.iott emperatures. Simmer them I stained portion with a dot dipped
1 t WNU Smiee. 1618 Eye Street N.W.. they always look "dressed op." LOW SALARIES OF TEACHERS -e- I I in baling soda until irnJnriTinn:
i Washington D. C. The hairdress. an innovation anda I I '
is removed. Then waaa tfcer-
ENDANGERING EDUCATION Removing rust spots on refrigerator -:
I (Tib It At tuonl el face articles highly practical one dates back WASHINGTON.-A teacher makes : Sandpaper until the metals :! ougbly.
f \stU.. mini:,to tkt$rm!*+b !./- rttat only some six or seven years. The -
hair ii sn an average about $1,900 a year in bright. Wipe with turpentine
: wShc. Mglto, FU.). woman's smooth black I
brought forward over a semicircular :he elementary and high schools. A aDd apply coat of red lead paintKnen I Before washing scrim curtain
SOMEWHERE OF THE: this is under- fold each curtain down the
NORTH cardboard form like the wide common laborer makes $2,400, whh- dry apply an ten
EVERGLADES. Whenever one I peak' of a This gives her the >ut overtime in the building trades oat of enamel then a good grade 1 I ter and baste the edges together.:
fries, as I did to study the human I appearance cap.of peering at you from (New York high), to $1,250 (San Antonio sf surface enamel This will keep tike: edges straight
tide! of the Seminoles-that nation underneath wide, circular hat low). Of course the unskilled -,
a ------ --
which has left so brim and is achieved easily without iitchdigger earns more than these
little written record figures because of his NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS r
the aid of the beauty shop and suggest overtone -
of its short Virtually without mirrors. Furthermore pay. So a teacher earns less J I II
but historic life- than a ditchdigger and far less than:
the coiffure is one development
Odds and Ends
span-cct Is deluged that has no connection with: a bricklayer, who learns his skilled in Colorful Afghan
with Information the White Man's culture. trade in a few months, while a teacher
and II' s- should complete 16 years of Six crocheted trbtagte. "" 'TOFMfers
Ton can e0re pools.
hexagon. eo+
Il1formaUon.Misinformation. Women's Skirts Kbooling. The average income of tweet weights in this asrb a.
a bricklayer ranges from $4,500 tarn has of the type on Are Real Art (New York high) to $3,230 (Charlotte Scad yon order to:

which the Slmdaysupplement I Unlike the hairdo, the Seminole low), without competing the Scwlaf Circle Xeeol* r ft Dept
writer skirt and haven't changed except overtime or other pay privileges
cape su W. BABdolefe St. Cktott* M, BL
feeds. to grow more artistic and nv re tommon to the trade. Enclose 23 cents for para.Addrtu .
i For example intricate with the advent of colored The Roosevelt revolution accomplished No
examine the contradictory ttxtHes. They likewise have become the disparagement of the Nam-
I data less difficult to create, thanks tc !teaching profession removed the rt-
ea the Seminoles the hand-driven sing machine. rpect for learning and let the pay
>Bankhif and make kHUntf! This gadget long since has been as tor it depreciate while the advantages .t
,. When I called common in tepee, hogan or even for the untutored were raised. -.J
y so Act Bothmtr, hU wilt re- igloo as an ke-pick in a modern GO TO OTHER JOBS
: touniad how greatly-cxcitad In- flat So men and women are leaving Relief At LastForYourCough
Caa had appeared oat day oa theiroontep The skirts: are made of parallel the nation's teaching desks. Some
to announce his pressing bands of a brightly colored patchwork
",000 teachers' Jobs have not been
lestrt that Boahmu ecmt to thecamptt design which experts claim lied: this year. At least 350,000 have
krniaolt 100 rods or so are real art. They are fashioned of twitched to other employment for
CiUst to km a rattltr.Jothmer .
hundreds of of col-
separate pieces :heir livelihood since 1939. Somt creOmot don relieves promptly bs*
obllgad. He throw orful cloth blended or contrastedto lave gone into industry and marled cause tt goes right; to; the seat of the
trdded carrying tht corpse make a barbarically splendorous ? but many properly read the troubla to; help loosen and expel
pt noted (t Seminole! taboo), and whole. The skirts ben out widening signs of the times and have gone ?323 ; :m. I I germ laden phlegm, and eta caturt
to; soothe and heal TV, fender In*
M tht usual fire atlit
lighted in circumference as they approach into government employment. In one flamed bronchial mucous mem
point where the victim! feU. AsfuaX the hem which accordingto tingle division of government a bu- tames.Tell your druggist to sea JOG 1
} the Indian? children bad cofterated regulations, must trail at least reaucratic agency, more than half of a bottle of Creomulsion with the un
with him without actively three inches or thereabouts on theground the employees above the rank of quids the must cough like or tne you way art tt

participating In the execution. stenographer are today ex-teach to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
: nUt are two explanations as to How can this: be a practcai every ers. More than a third of this num-
' why the Seminoles would not them- I day dress in a Cfatry of swar-ps :ser are young men in their early
/ Hives kill the make. One Is that |, and Brasses, of barbed ar.J cutting to's, doing advanced clerical work, fer CoadsJ.Chest CoWs,6 ron chitii

tact in the past the Seminoles weretrderad underbrush' Tat: is the frat the dray down government salaries ----
bY the White Man to leave ques-on I (and every 19nant1- Irom 5' 'to $6,000 a year, an in.nme .
Florida for 'polntlutThey prelared t'' could hope to obtain bj

;z to reman! even though it :eaching only after 30 years of servce -
peant retiring deep into the Ever- in most small colleges. YOU
s rlades. However they decided it
There you are. Here Is the can have a
: rould be idea for both
: a good problem, undeniably present in
artier if they made a treaty with statistics which are verifiable.The WONDERFUL way to use
toe snakes. They did so on a "live problem is even worse than wool to best : IDrn1r1rffir !
Kid let live" basis. That is one ex- I F w the figures disclose. More children advantage. Afghans are so colorful I 1i
llanatlon Iw are coming to school age so cheery and gay to i
Or it may have been one of those every year. Today we have 19 make as well as to see! @ illIDrnwith
tommon sense arrangements em- million kids in elementary
: ieQished with the authority of mys- + t schools. Owing to wartime birth-
ticism. There are few snakes which. rate increases, the number will Biographical Cyclopedia
It left alone, won't reciprocate ..r Jump each until it hits
y sI year an Carried Hoax 33 Years
Another interpretation may be expected peak of 23.200.oeo ia I [Frn33Wl[ [
:that when a white man attacks the 1954. So we need more teachers -
rattler, the chances.are that if anylat but will have fewer. No hoax of its kind compares !
is bitten it would not be andiaD. Not only is the profession being with the ode perpetrated on the rnrnID
I understand Seminoles do lepcp:: .ted, but also about 40 per editors of the 1186 edition of Ap-
kill makes when it seems nee- :ent fewer persons are entering pkton's Cyclopedia of American i riRRT-MOKSC SEED CO.
suauq.Boehmer. :leachers' schools than in normal Biography, says Collier's. As they MTIOiT 11 SAN ItANOSCO 14
whose opinion I learned :umes. Fewer teachers can be de- accepted in good faith all mate- !i
to value as I pursued this subject reloped. rial received by mail, some unknown -
thinks the rattlesnake situation is Similarly the men and women remaining person sent them the biog-
Interesting, but I couldn't get him : at teachers' desks necessarily raphies of 84 fictitious people,
to say it meant the Seminole was are growing less and less which were published. **************

raperstitious.SauJy t ompetent on the whole. One out Although these individuals, and
Hold Your
Costumes I sf every nine teachers today holds their achievements and the books Buy
r. to snly an "emergency certificate," credited to them were supposedto U. S. Savings Bonds f
?Intrigue Observer which means he is not qualified according be well known, the hoax was
--- to the standards of his own not discovered for 33 years. 1 **************
Like every observer, I was impressed Seminole maid and brave sport state.
by the Seminole attire. Not native dress in Everglades. -
by the men's-they wear conveDIknal -
- garments lightened by a gayaBdkerch1ef servers asks. But they are practi- To get more money, a teachers' WllT I&iN SHOOTS VMI-FULL OPr$5te
I revolution has been staged in various
about the neck when | cal. say the experts who have seecj
key( pursue their daily tasks, hunt j them in operation. Through wet go- forms. At Norwalk the teachers
9B the reservation or loaf in camp. i lag and wading they are "histed" remained home until they could get
H>ey have shortened the long skirt- | (there are no undergarments to cent better contracts, and finally the citypoliticians
like garment (comparable to the j plicate matters). Traveling ores agreed. In California they S
iroaan's cape) to sport-shirt length, j: the dry and dusty fields rife witl propagandized changes in the state
even in ceremonial dress.I !; snakes and other annoying reptiles constitution. In a Michigan referendum
found only Sam Huff, reputed j they protect the bare feet and they forced increase of state
to be a medicine man as well as i shins. As Miss or Mrs. Seminole funds for education. A 50 per cent i
the handy man at the school wear- moves forward toeing in slightly, Increase was obtained in Georgia.In .
ing the leag skirt-like garment plus I according to Ate blouse. Some say Sam clings to I she gently kicks the dragging rip largest and longest strike involving .NI-,., y
thin outfit merely because of his forward without baring the ban 1,160 teachers and 30.000 pupils,
tore f_r the past; others say it may feet to inquisitive eyes or any Son through an artisans' union of the
Save something to do with his spe- ': or fauna that might obtrude. &FL. whose professional negotiatoripparently y
sfol: function as a medicine man; 1 The only: other doth garment ii acted for them. !' :*>
Skece is a whisper that it is a badge the cape. This is usually a sing In general the teachers have I
M repentance or punishment forsasae I solid and bright color matching the taken this short way out. If the J
past sin. Sam is a grand- skirt loose running arbitrary controlsof
lather today. He still fives in the I! The Seminole beads remain i unions are leveled down by
nearby camp with the rest of his mystery. So far, I have been able national legislation to necessities
I three generations. \ to learn little concerning the origin in the public interest, no doubt
The younger men save their gay purpose or excuse for them beyonc the teachers win be sorry they
Urirts for dress up occasions (the I the explanation offered by Agent Joined the handworking onions J
dance and the instead of forming their own
anneal green corn Boehmer and supported by his wife: e
>Mating dance), but they have They wear them because they separate orgaaization. groundedin Rub in Ben-Gay for gently warming soothing
adopted modern trousers. Their think they're pretty." ADd what bet the intellect Unions already speedy relief from cold discomfort!Ben-Gay contains
tairts are coverd with complicated ter reason In any woman's lexicon have ceased to generate ranch up to 2 n times more of those famous painrelievingingredients
geometric tracery; their scarvesare public sympathy. The move wasa known to every doctor-mettyl salicylate
bound by a metal or wooden It does seem strange though tc mistake anyway because and menthol-than five other widely offered rub-in
clasp; they wear beads or other i I see a comely ladiaa matron, bet teachers' funds mast come directly Insist on fenane Ben-Gay, the original BoomeAnalgesique.
brightly-decorated fefcs. skirt tucked high before a roartaf from taxation and their It acts fart!

The most striking piece of Sem- lIFe on a hot Florida day or work strikes must be directed against Also far his An to KnaJmsUWSO! &aIr.ad STUM.
aoJe clothing is the woman's bil- tog vigorously to a tomato patch constituted authorities of JOTenunent. -
; Amt fr MM ks.&,net t ChUna.enGay.
!iowing skirt; next come the beads I or even strolling through a shof A popular campaign
ft-hicn cover her neck from shoulder among sweltering whites in low ctr> to gala their ends might serve
blade to ear tips; then her hair f dresses or open sport shirts witt their purposes much better. I
dress. perhaps 25 pounds (they have beer However great these mistakes theomtry I
UcHke the men the Seminole weighed) of beads in a solid collar now is confronted with the
women (except those who have been minI as high as the whalebone ;pobtetn of buying education for iU $
completely converted ta modern enforced "chatters" American girls pig and: paying for it The publics 1
'", ways) wear their special garb and wore in the first decades .! Ute : approaching the ram of disaster
rear it all the time. Consequently 1300s. i I; n education.


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GLADES COUNTY ers of the area and because of the I Is
great importance of the meeting the BOB SNYDER TAKES Jot* sic

DEMOCRAT Democrat will not be issued until I MARCHDIMES

MOORE HAVFJF. FLORIDA full coverage of this meeting Is ob OWN LIFE SUNDAYIN OF

i ;. tained. If you don't get your pa-
until Saturday we are sure that
u second-clacs: matter. May
a. 1327 nt the Poatoffice at Moor I well be forgiven if we can bringto LABELLE HOTELHendry ,

CoDgree Haven Florida of March, under I. 1SST.the Act of you definite plans for the fu-

ture of the mill.

PBl.Il.hr4 E er7 Friday By I ( County News)
Plans are all made for the annual -
TUB GLADES i'RISTISG TO, lae. I Robert Joe (tBobl Snyder aged
CARR SETTLE. PublUher meeting of REA cooperativenest : 18. who told friends be feared '.
Thursday night at the courthouse -
was going blind, banged hi nisi '
I'I'SubwrlpU. aDd every member should be
'I sometime Saturday night in h-
.. Ratra present to hear a resume of work i
0.e Tear __ ________ S3JW accomplished during the year of 'room at the Oats Hotel where II.i ltd f11
had been since NOT. 4.
Six:: )10.... _________ SIX;, plans for the future and to vote living d.
body was found near midnight .-II
on a new slate of directors to han I i
day by Glean Dyes who wilL M.i"'Dyess
die tbe business of the co-op. To V
operate the establish mo 1.
encourage attendance a large Dumber -
,Sheriff Bill Maddox was aotlfi'I -'
of will be available
prizes to
I once and aa investigation too <
v1EANDEWNGS holders of the numbers but
place with Judge R. M. Harris. w:.". i "r ?x ,..
By Carr SettleA there is BO chance of winning unless II Is y V .yn
coroner Dr. C. E. Weaver an Vi 1
are present. After writing -
I the list we wish we were bolding I McRae Walling state road Data!- The fight against di-ra.e is no. Honda alo:.< had i..77 ia:;;es and

trim little silvery Beechcraft a membership. man, present. <, ,less imi>ortant to society thAn the 'i'ir fund i. d"r.ted.! During

Snyder was found banging from I .,' ,', tut :\_ \11..1' Infantile Parl.l.
breezed over town Thursday fight again..tUIrIIAITf S .Tru-
the door of his room which led >Association seat $300,000 into
.ooa between four and five .o'i
Underway at the present time is
into the hall. Sheriff Xaddox said] nwn. Florida to help ta tile medical
dacfc at about two hundred per t the drive for the Infantile Paralysis -
he had thrown the rope over the treatment of the unfortunate ones.
drclei: and landed<< at Riddle Field I Fund with Mrs. E. J. Bowyeras
of' top of the door made a slip knot Screen star Greer Carson makes This fund must be replenished at
aviadag to Moore Haven two chairman and it is biped tltatevel'JOJae
tfc. officials: of Ruth Sugars of! will contribute liberally and noose and fastened it to the I the appeal for funds la the motion once la order to meet any foreseeable -
as -
door knob. He was found with his epidemic daring l'4 7.DoJa't .
Jktertlle. La.. who are expected as possible. Because of I picture "A Step Forward" which
head through the noose and in a give dimes, give dollars. It's
te4ay to let us kaow pretty defialtelr the great amount of money need partially reclining position, feet on,I'will be shown at the local theatre your lasuraace that you and your
the status of the aew sugar ed to take care of a record number the daring the theatre's "March ofDoes"
floor. Dr. Weaver said he had family will have the medical aad
.81 wafea they propose to erect I I.
of eases of polio during
been dead 15 to 18 bo.... Sheriff week January 23 to 30. scientific treatment that is accessary -
hare.la. tel the national fund is badly de-
Maddox said an inquest was unnecessary The seed was never greater than .-which is paid for by your :
that plane rode the hopes of pleted and all are being asked to since it was "a plain case local Infantile paralysis chapter I
vary citizen of Moore Haven and I doable their contribution made last of suicide." it is right now. The year 194C
regardless of class, creed or color.
tit Glades County for. while the I year. The school is doing its part witnessed the moat severe outbreak -
Snyder came to LaBeite five years
expected development coming with with the ")larch of Dimes" cards of the disease la
ago from O&ley NIL He went ow history.
the mill has not caused hysteria it''i hut It.. necessary to go much Over 25000 lathe
cases were reported
: through LaBelle high school and AOTICB OK APPLICATION t'C+K
has started a wave of optimism unesjvalled further than dimes. Let's make it
I nation during the year.KIsSIMMEE T4UKKO
graduated in the class of Mi. He
in recent years.Perhaps a "March of Dollars" and as manyof -.. .
was active in athletics daring his
them ac possible. Make NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
today, we should asMwbte your school years taking part in foot X. & THOMPSON, holder aa aaaigne
file copies of the Democratfor I check to Mrs. Bowyer and mall to ball and basketball activities. Hewar TO II.\VKBIMIIMAN of Everglades Drainage District Tax
her at once. Certificate aambersd 20$. dated tile
the few months and SIIOW AND SALE
pact pre- agreeable and made
many 1Mb day of June. A. D. 1942. has filed
Matt them to Mr. Caldwell so that friends among his schoolmates and aid certificate In my office ant baa

he will be familiar with the progress Another drive for funds of great I teachers After graduation he KISSIMMEE. Jan. 22-(FNS)- made thereon apfOcatton ta accordance for tax deed with to law.issue -

made to date for we haveendeavored importance will take place next went to work at the Sunniland oil The Third Annual Ocala Registered Skid Certificate embraces the following .
the details week when Mrs. R. Doe, chairmanof deMrttwd property, Moated in
to present I wells was transferred to VeroBeach Brahman Show and Sate which on Glade Countr. Florida, to-wlf
ae bt we could, as completely as the USO campaign in this conn i and ten weeks ago returnedto North Half of Tract >&. Section
possible, without raising hopes too ty, will endeavor to raise the $200 LaBelle and to the Collier county Jan. 14-17 attracted leading breeders 11.But.Township 41 South, Range It
all the
from over South was
high that the mill actually would I quota assigned to Glades County. fields.Of The assessment of saM property under -
_ute. Yet this was extremely difficult It isn't a large quota and the workit summarized by Frank Scofield, said certificate issued wa la the
late Snyder spoke to name of Unknown.
young prominent Texas cattleman and not-
when our own hopes were will do to provide recreation for Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
the thousands of wounded veteran friends about his failing eyesight) ed judge, as "an event which has according to law tax deed
outlook the
eo high and our on I and told them that a doctor had brought together the finest specimens will issue thereon on the tod day of
deal as optimistic as it was. i in our hospitals today should make of blind- February, A. D. 1947.
informed him
approaching of the Brahman I have
yet Dated this let dar of Jaaoarr. It47.
easily raised. Because the war
As this is written we have not
ness. He appeared to be worried seen as judge of the Ocala show." (SEAL I>. & H'HBKS.
met Mr. Caldwell, nor Mr. is over Is no reason that we should and depressed over this condition. Clerk Circuit Omrt. Otadea
forget those veterans who are still County, Florida.
another of the partners welCh'j Saturday evening about 5:30 he Jan. 3. 10.1'1. 14, 21.
paying the price of victory Many
companied Mr. Caldwell asked Mrs. Dress if she had ever m. and the place looked the same
'of them will be confined to hospitals -
are looking forward to doing so contemplated suicide She told him Mr. Dyees went In and discovered
daring the day. Yesterday we went for the remainder of their DR.GLlSBXD TRUCKCRAXE
no and that be must not think so the body.
I days because of injuries received or work wanted by day or contract-
with Ed out to Riddle Fieldto
either. He said he did once in a Funeral services were held
Illness contracted in their fight to Philip Gray 1831 N. Palmway
the in
meet plane the morning
while. Mrs. Dyess said she talked Tuesday at ::39 in the afternoon
I preserve for us our normal Lake Worth, Fla. Jan I-lttp.
but the group was delayed in Miami way :
with him for about an hour be- at the First Baptist Church the
wbere they were seeking, and I of Jiving. Let's not let them down. cause he was to leave the next day. Rev. Dr. C. B. Althoff officiating

obtained, priorities from CPA for Sunday for West Palm Beach to Burial was at two o'clock Wednesday -

;, 120,000 additional building to the I 1-. ........ work That the afternoon
<< ; : :--X.: <<.; .X on a new job. was at the Fort De-
quarter million in December. But last time she saw him alive. Sun- naud cemetery.

last night we talked to some who day morning before the family left Pallbearers were Danny Jack-I Mark R. Tennant

had met them and talked to them]I Too Late To Classify to spend the day in Clewiston, Mrs. man, Martin Fortson, Fred Taylor. Ueeued

and from what they say there is Dyess said she went upstairs to U. J. Nobles Charles Cunningham

little need for any further worry j I I IU RUSSELL KAY the second floor and saw the rope I I and Philip Feagle. Real Estate Broker
that tae mill will be here and that I II the of the door at the
I over corner Survivors are his stepfather, H. GLADES COUNTY:: LANDS::
nt far in the future.Ve even I -<<.:<<-,..>-x.---< :-:-:-:-:-: :-:-:- top but thought Bob had thrown I T. McGarvey of Mt. Carmel 111..

understand that they are a little I something over the door and as it and two step-brothers, Donald Pat- 007 Congress Rldg. Miami, Fla,

disappointed but not critical beanie i This is the time of year that I i was closed did not attempt to en-I ton of Newark, Ohio, and Jack Patton -

there will not be at least a I would like to be twins or triplets I ter thinking he was still asleep of LaBelle.

aatldred thousand tons of cane J jor i something for it is the time -

red for processing next winter for when everything seems to happenat

they still say definitely that the once and It seems that I'm moreor I

Miw mill will be operating by the less mixed up with everything

first *f next December. that is happening.

This afternoon at the courthouse As Secretary of the Florida Fair

those officials will meet with farm- (Continued on Page 8)





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Willie Goesto"chool

.4.I. SHEETING. -1x4, 1x6, 1x8 Tongued and Grooved 1

: at 23 I 1x5, 1x10 Square-Edged ,

EvtrjbodYi Joshing Willie Wells ever now. They're Industrious and """ -' <

about coin back to school. They "eU.behand-their favorite be* *

remember when Willie would hide crags Is milk or a temperate glass -

out in the woodshed ..
;.,, bring his report card hone to Pa. seem to mean: Responsibility, Re. .

But under the GJ. Bin of onrcefnloess. Restraint. iI

Rlghta,Willis (who kai a wife and From where I sit, cynical folks

; baby) U getting a free *iea- who thought veterans wouldn't I
Alderman Lumber Co. ,!
'tioa at the Agricultural College. wanttoretUTUtaschoolwouldn'tAnd

: Uncle Sam is airing him a lUck to steady habits of work and I

fine report Deportment, excel- moderatIon-have their answer f
in *like Willie.
tent Progress, soon awsge. "nnderrrtduates
1-4 Mile South Express Depot ClewistonWe
That roes for aD those undergraduate ,

nterana.Lile Willie,they (1, I
appreciate an education more than O" w( Deliver In Half Load Quantities

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: : --- tnereased 46 percent plea tt perccftt, TRUSTEES OF TUB DCTERXAL.IMPROVEMENT .
HORACE BESTOR TO 1 for overseas ....Yke, plus M percent FUND OF TSTATS .
if member .f flying crew pas OF FLORIDA.
I ii percent increase In par fer every I
> rear of crrtoe A tall maatb's By D. s. WKCKS.Truate .
I PERSONAL and ; SET UP CONSULTING paid tacatton every rear. Ao opportunity
SOCIETY of a 1 if Ft IBMtor Mea between Afe.. .t. ** of the I I
the agea'" 17 aDd JC Go toe ..... Glades Co.atr. FtorMa.
your nearest Army Kecrvittee Sta- Jan H, 1M7. i _
. i ENGINEER OFFICESi ti.n for furthtr benefit Iafu. I Ii .

W- a G a a a a ,' -- 6 ln.! 25, Lon BWWIIIroM << i
Q+ 1 a c<+e-x :" Q' C Q Q cC CD' W 1 1ITERS. FLORIDA I OnCE Ot' EtTfIU orLoDON

.r Mr. sad :Mrs. Don ,. :\F R3SFeliALL .
BrMger TbIts Mack Gree&e aet Us mother, i C t'Off': pI P
: ed ia Mart I \OTICK IIRAISAGIi DI"TIUC'r J ,
.if;. _Monday. Mrs. J. O. Greene, ia Searing on hora A Beotor. for man. yean GLADES COUNTT, FLORIDA I
.' Wednesday, Mn. Greene coming drainage engineer; for the United t;
'fir Mrs. Joe Van De Ve'wan aa here States NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Th Notice is hereby given that a landowners -
for aa extended visit.'bra. Sugar Corporation
\ FortMyers I nazi sale pursoant tu Section >, of l'haptertrigs I meeting baa been called br ;
oa Wedaoadsy. of the foremost authorities on wa- Law of FlorMa. Acts et 1 7, the BuaiMlMH of Wewhali Drateace _
ter control and luKtwn aa the Murphy Act. the fol- 'Wotrief to a* hats OB Monday
Harry Foster has returned reclamation
,; r. D. Taaa .i work lowiac 4tcrib land te Wader'tWMjtr-omath day of January, 'Ir.
was a baonWos vhutor home after a two weeks' visit ta ia the state announced last week County Fk>na. will be offered for at 1M.. *JUt** *"** of ** D*-
yaaiaiiay la Belle Glade. St. Lash Mo.. Gary ........ Chi his resignation of It.ltloa with sale at best public cash outcry bid. subjeet for tile to highestaad th ;.kris van at nsrata.... eelsrthasee ia mkeve Boa-

os** aad Alton, niinom. the sugar corporation and his entering .richu of the Trustee of the Internal ;i i The ....aretwiera.en.. is to. -
Wamaa HowdeabeU! is apeadiac! private practice as a COB ImprotrtDent Fond to reject in1aad elect three heard of
ail bid, at the Court Hone, befftaning aupervbers of MM Atrtrtet and to
today ia Fart *yen. Mrs C. H. Settle lire. Nora salting Engineer on matters of water hi 1C o'clock A M. on the I I discuss tn general ifce afrairs and
Rudolph and Mrs Julia Bardette I control. drainage aad reciamaton. iith da> cf February, A. D. if/i. Ou'Mf -i condition of .aid District sad totransact
of u.nldiMWtiec easement f(f I MIdi other amuuas
Mrs P. E. Lundy, Mrs. Grace: trade a trio to West Palm Beach i with offices ta Clewiston. load right of way 2 e0 feet wide will:i,be proper at such meeting sad as as mar the
Saauaar lad Mrs. Walter BeUajay] a Mosgny. Mr. bt- arvd from any parcel through I laosowaera then preseat may chair
ta Beater holds a Florida Ii- which there U aa extsttBg State The meeting b ended as sad for
were 1Wt.1b'en oa Moaday.Mr. il cease as a profosaioaal engineer A* to all lands title to r0a4.j .B anneal laiMhMrver* mosthmr ju>-
.... aad Mrs. Fred A. Flanders aad as a registered hud sarreyor .U petroleum sad .. 4 r the. pnnrtckMM of tew "k
other minerals win b* reafervcd. thereto.'ATTEST
BBd *.. Joha Browa sad: wore la Fort Myen Saaday for a and is an associate member of the I
Mrs .. T. ahsia wore ia Fort Brief Ytatt with Mr. and Mn. B. L. American Society of CirU Ba- DESCRIPTION j l B. D. LTOin.Chatrmaa .
ayes aa ...... Saaford.Uraahj. Lota i to S sad IS to IT tuc. Stock of the tsar{ atSuperrtwrs. -
gineera. the 2 KrfocIf'rlf'e
During past couple of ; Subdivision. 'I i I, NewluJI
since Lot S4 flock % Kp.-d.-rle Subdivi- DrainageDi.triet..
years water control has seen ion. ]'i .
:MILL ;. Bowyer sad Mrs. Wayiaaa. Jr., of Miami.peat I a matter of state wide concern his Lot S and 2n r;i"k T K<,.d.rl"1|i I nJin. e .ttl '. : cr'-tary
Dorothy ftyaa ware ta Pan MyarsMm the ek-ead with his aar- knowledge of drainage problems of Subdlvixon. >,' 17. a. 1017.JIMLEEx.
TlsaairB: ..... Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Way- the southern
part of Florida has .....-:- :-:-. : .........._.. ._...._...._...._. ...._... ... ' '
-a. been eagerly sought by state boards : : -:-.: . . :-. .x.X-. :-. : :". : :".''.''.''.''.''.''.-.-oo)

Can:: mater of Mick PoJat, studying the problem aDd ft maybe ; ;

N. C r., to TMttac Mrs MM Bar Dr. A. E. Larrick of Plant City assumed that agricultural interests t
acts was a ....tamos visitor here oa Moa- in the rapidly developing KverClades I

day oa route to Us home frost Mfaad area will be eagerly seeking i
f111samm Waa a Howaoahell and where ho spent the wealtind.L his reports on their own drainag :
... .
Atbltsrers ia Fart flyers -- and irrigation problems. .1i
OB ,..,.
8. Breadls. former restdeat of Educated at Bradley Polytechnic .
I Moore Haves, called oa old aeCBBBBtaaeos t
Mr. Bad MM. Thomas Dooley of I here Tuesday as he and the University of Illinois, MrBettor :
has spent most of his time ; Dredging and Hauling Contractor t
Bay-.. It. I., are Ttatttac Mr. sad i was oa rotate from Avon Park to since
Mrm. W. r. Jdsti7st.firs. leaving school in positions Yo
Miaou to make his home.
I dealing with water supply for agricultural : .t

W. 1. )Jfartaa Sr., all JIIIe i C. W. !lost. De Ova and HomerTaylor oa Irrigation benefit projects Pan of ia this western was .f
Carol __ ware ta naps aa
of Lakeland are spading states, on exploration, development t
Psto daY. the weeJt-ead: with Mr. sad Mrs. and operations ta connection with I "We the Face of

H. C. Taylor.Mr. sugar cane and banana plantations Change :I;
Dr. ... :Mrs. D. M. Draagha left
ia South and Central America and f f
yesterday ta stead a day or two iu
Tsattpa, and Mrs. Frank Olson of Mo- for the past twenty yean. OB water : The Earth". !
lime, I1L, are visiting today with problems in South Florida.
J Mr. HId ]tra. JOBB R. Dowd Jr., their nephews. Roger and CliffordSwaasoa His first assignment. south r
ia Lskeaort.: Mrs. Martha Florida
was as resident engineer
of Napke
MO ipwidlBg a day or
two with Mi naiihat here. Thompson of Lake Worth accooapaated for the Caloosahatchee Improve
them here. : ment District from 1J25 to 1927.

Mr. sad Mrs. W. J. Lewis of 'In 1927 he was engineer in chargeof

Syraou**. N. Y., are speadlag a Mrs W. S. Bocemaa, who has the investigation of Lake Okee- NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL

"" fw days vita Mr. aid Mn. W. G. bees visiting her parents in Montgosaery chobee and the Caloosahatchee

:.... Hayes, *n caste to Miami. Ala., rotaraod home OB River Drainage areas with a view
'!} 1 Moarfsv.; Her father, Gordon Wit to flood control sad navigation for Let Us Make You An Estimate i

"t Jimmy Doe Wilson, who left recently spa, drove her down and spent the the War Department, an Investigation 'J>
: toe complete him time in Mer I .!pt. returning on Tuesday< morn which led to a favorable report ,.
.1' by the C. S. Engineers c----<<--.x"" ..>-ooo.----.x.. ooo."'+ )o)+'< : : N'II -.
chant Marine Service pot In this I lag and the i
( time on a ship in dry-dock in Tam expenditure: of twenty-three million .

pa and returned home Wednesday W. B. Irby. Fisher Aage and dollars on federal flood central ( > (: ::..- -

., of this week Sion Stall, who left Stanley Waymaa and other members works on Lake Okeechobee. He
: at the same time. lIon a voyage to I of the REA board of directors then entered the services of the

Spain on a Merchant Marine ves: are in Orlando today to attend Southern Sugar Company as drainage We Solicit
sel. I j a state-wide meeting of REA aad engineer and eonttased la the t

.' municipal utilities officials. same capacity with Its s ccessor

MiS. STRICKLAND II.\:: I until The recently.best wishes of a host of Your BusinessON

niKTHDVY PUTYi I friends are extended Ia.... :new
private venture

i I. R Strickland entertainedI

:, sronp last Friday at her l HOI.MNs COLMWR TO ALL WIRING
MpOaE liy,i, r the occasion being: the Wrth- runUH: 2HTH AVNUAL-

pVEt1 '1 ,< her son, Kenneth Gone aadv EDITION or \rmi.\B

T.m Cason.T .

\:'. a time spent la games the WINTER PARK, Jan. 22 All Work Guaranteed
;d i.d: :t nand visiting by the grownup ( FN3>-RoUtos r
, : San 4; M.n J.ni :2:> -:2IIKTTY ?7 College will
; CO-KD" *. Mrs Stricklaad served birth lish the ttb edition of its ...
sat rake sandwiches, milk shakes ed magazine Feb. 23 as a
< Jan Sa\nt- Baal! and punch to Judy Woodward. Eri.- of the Founder's Week cele .t-I

Never: Howdeshell. Karen Baamgardaer. President Hamilton Holt t
Mrs T. Cook, Mn. A. O. Howde- ed this week.: Dr. Holt, whoi

shell and Mrs Casoa. originated the magazine, again FLOURESCENT FIXTURES IN STOCK
Twi. i: Wed, Jan. 2829MsTKU i .
I will wield the blue peacil.Contributors .
KENNY"Bosalaad U.l"TITnlS H\" IWVAL
to the "Magasiaethat
Russell comes alive" deliver their Commercial and Domestic }

; Cartoon I -- manuscripts from a caaopted platform
i The Baptist Woman's Mission that
serves as aa editorial
'ary Society met on Monday night I office, to "..a.ert...." who ..
| at the home of Mrs. J. W. Crumi --- --- ---- -
--- -
FrI. i: Sat.. Jan. 31, Fet. 1 seated ost-oNoon oa the eaa....1 -
I i for the Royal Service program. I The table of contents and twntriben
.MY D I Cram served hot coffee and do.p.1
Tom Neal early in February Dr
nuts to Mn. W. L. WetheriagtonMn .! Bolt stated. Electric Service And
: J. C. 9s Isdall, Mn. John
;; Moore II.... H. Btherton, Mn. W.I .
-JUNGLE RAIDERS" No. 12 1 There: to no better guarantee for
;'J 'I C. Voweii sad Mrs Fred Joaktas.XOTICB tomorrow.... the cultivation of

<: the spiritual life or our youth toi i

x F COMING ; .,." Amory Hough.. president,', Repair Co.

t Boy Scouts of America declared iaa
Walt Disne> 1 Notice is given by I. N. Kennedy.
. statement endorsing the observance
; '
!'-O\G 01'IOlYIl"
director. that there will be re<
of Katioaal Youth .
i rule Rout: ru"n' In organization meeting of the Game Week Jan Phone 193 Clewiston
: Florida
Tebnl 2Feb. %. ia the United States aadCanada ,
: > or
and Fresh Water Flail Commission
.. ..... spaaosfni by the United
i held ia -.. Florida
._ __ Christian Tooth xo ereat.
:'" Monday. January 21, 194?. I ,Iid.iU'--J! _, ....iWljlNlll< .!rit ) ..,

H.\ ,HT R BOft.NMr
;;i R1tTJiltAItTaRltAkltAl. >rBltAltx;]RT.hlt>tDrk.r .>tJt ,
. w Iii

::i nn still; AM: Iw and .... Dick GodWia of

Lahsaon, aaaowace the birth of a Get
; r baby girl weighing eight and a the Habit of Shopping at
SEE OUR DISPLAY i aster ...... at their boss oa

; r x m .....,. Dr. D. M. Draugha was

At A the attending paysteiaa. The
* w 2

. V FOR >.%LB-!Sew 25caQoa 1"
= tie taa*. A-.o.aa cow Justfveshes.d.

COOrBKlTIVK I. H. Moser, neat toTauas Dept.Store".

Y w t tg Dairy. lip t e ,

# I Hilt S.\LU-Roaa horse its; 29
> it feat ..., ... rope.... only
= ........ .... ...........'4X... once, ...... Stanley WayaanA .

W Home Appliance Company i Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More

2 rnOXH.as CLKWKxTOX, FLOIliai ."- BUT FROM OCn C.\T.U.-QTtI' 10OOOO Ikme

w. 2 Sor Mater I
y -...* A aao fiilas .
,. 1L S. ..... htnds0 trill .

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I GOP Brandishes Payroll Axe; House I j quiz with answers offering ?
i I
College football t I *

, j j Move to Regulate Labor Unions; long cult of needed action i on various subjects

Collegiate AFH M1H AM1M1M1M1M1M1FM1FFh

Marshall Steps Into No. 2 Spot its The annual meetin I j I The Answers

1. Queen Charlotte, wife .f
Ke1e..aa by WN1era K'wtpp T Value game and the
George III, who had 15.
KOTBi Wka eeWe.s siriMi U ta..e UT are UM af In betting on i>
QCOITO ease. ; se.e r Cat.a'. .... ai u.1r $aa u1 an.nara/ lAL .. u.) of widespread 2. The female can utter a s b-
- the collegiate dued
-- ------- -- She'was
the sport and 3. bitten by aa asp.
ti through 4. In 1932, the worst d reeaew

Starting rather year. .
growth in 5. In Tombstone Ariz. The
f the organization spreading arms of this rose hash
erection of are supported on 32 potts ad
N.C.A.A. moved cover 2,660 square feet wMi stele.
of athletes, 6. The crested flycatcher doe*.
financial 7. It holds its bead and tail end

xij'4 competition with when it runs.

: .' new rules. The --
corporated in
f t tution to which f Gas on Stomach

scribe. : i .........5....tea ar doable jpour MM*laceWI.Lam.am.CI.odalWN
At the same ....,.......e-
adopted the a six ,,",_. Ute..faRf.tyrlrM...-__.....lIb_..,iatireT.beta Lsea-fOIr..
at gambling h.I.swe.,, _. ,,&.11Ion.... eptorti.....
ing for strict Ii" 'r .Glr..ur MdI-.f.
io w x +t w dryp :.0.
gambling laws, I

printing odds on
I and athletic
ed not to make
tions. and pain of neuralgia
I rIlls, monthly func. onl.

I! J Used Car I I I|i St save bottle Joseph one-third of 100.Why ASPIRIH on pay the neU"ln

+ ; With money comparatively Gone are the :
3 plentiful and goods scarce prices for used I
the back door black market nation-wide DISTRESS OFBabV&
thrives in Italy. With head closed. I

1 covered to hide identity, Illegal With buyers
4 operator weighs spaghetti posed to pay II
: straws on hand scale.Openmouthed for cars,
child stands from 10 to 30
by holding san of scarce dealers :
milk. clines. One I Re1iyAs
East expected I I

CONGRESS: : BRITAIN: 20 90 days.to 40 per I Hew : '

Axe Land Control Boston t : '
i Payroll price decline '

i Economy: minded GOP house Proceeding along the path of in- per cent. New I j
members, axe in hand, were eying creasing control of property to assure : phia and I I J Sleeps
ii ]the big federal payroll in their announced 1U widest possible use for pubic 23 per cent; !
drive to scale U. S. expenditures benefit, the Labor government of per cent;
12 billion dollars below Britain moved to regulate the sale and Los I When your child catches
I the 1943 budget of 41 billion dollars. and use of real estate. with heavier I I ; cold chest rub and his back little at bedtime throat,

Declaring that there U hardly a Under the town and country planning i with warming, soothing
government department that does bill Introduced in parliamentand SENATE: Ticks VapoRub. Its special
f not have twice as many employees headed for passage despite conservative Dixie Sees t I relief-bringing action goes
l is needed, Representative Taber opposition the government to work Instantly and
4 J '(Rep., N. Y.), chairman of the would compel the sale of un- When Senator : keeps working for hours to.
house appropriations committee, as- developed but prospectively valuable onal enemy I relieve distress while h$
I Itrted that 1,000,000 workers could real estate at listing prices. Only also of i sleeps. Often by morning,
I be chopped off the payroll of 2,300- In cases of hardship would prices ate to denounce I most distress of the cold: ] Is
100 without seriously impairing above the prevailing market value his unpopular gone. Try ill Discover why
i lervices. Not more than 500,000 employees be paid.In pressing the most young mothers use the-
j4 i In aU are needed, Taber addition the government would southern senator said.'A andonl1VlcbVapoRub.i .
laid. a precedent
control the use or reconversion ef members from
"We are going to cut down government property to prevent industrial blight,
expenditures to a point where preserve the countryside around cities Although Bilbo
I the budget can be balanced, a payment and provide recreation grounds, barred because a
made on the national debt, and allow room "for breathing" in ing committee's
and we will still have room to re- overcrowded areas. The govern- accepted favors
luce taxes" Taber snorted. ment also would regulate the posting tors, the real
was furnished
of billboards.
Labor Reforms opposed to

Sen. Joe Ball (Rep., Minn.) STATE DEPARTMENT: fight against
'And Rep. George Case (Rep., S. D.) happy Day"There practices act your fat
pushed labor reform In early ses- encouragement
clone of the 80th congress, Ball against Negro en extra treat
are two happy days r man
proposing sweeping measures for has in public life," former Sec- While Bilbo : with SOIlS as well as
corrective legislation.First retary Byrnes told British Ambas- target
Ball called for prohibitionf sador Kerr. "There is the day a reputation, the Heels byOSullrvart
secondary boycotts and making man is elected to office. Then thereis ern senators
labor organizations liable for violat- the day he quits." premacy" states.
ing contracts. eral pressure
January 7, 1947, therefore was a Bilbo's
Then he Introduced for
happy day for the dapper little South
lender Dem.
ban all union and closed shop
Carolinian when he End
gre, ne&ts and maintenance of him off and
stepped down from
membership contracts. to happen to
his high post in the views and x
Finally Ball proposed to decen- Truman adminis
tralize collective bargaining to pre- 'tration. It was a ECONOMICS:
vent the tieup of an entire industry happy day, too :
through general negotiations.The under the Byrnes' President
new Case bill introduced in standard for General In the first
the house permits issuance of injunctions of the Army LA port Issued by
to prevent strikes impairing Marshall who was the employment
the public welfare; forbids unions named to succeed Truman set
to coerce employees, seize property a prosperous
In disputes, withdraw essential him.But as Byrnes Byrnes a three man
maintenance workers, or order walk- I implied, Mar advisers, the
v, cuts with majority approval of members shall's cheer was destined to be tinuance of the
; and makes union liable for short-lived as he took over direc terprise system i
damages resulting from breach of tion of the nation's international af- constructive W SVHOROLIHEIP
contract. The bill also grants the fairs. had time tussling I ou.wn
Byrnes a tough : where necessary.Longrange SIJETT x iSTSOII;, *
states authority to ban the closed with the Russians over completion I
shop. of peace treaties for the -
Marshall faced include
satellites and
ITALY: the axis even tougher job of framing and // GOT HER CHEST
Seeks AidLeaving pacts for Germany and Austria. vention :

a hungry and discontented Although friendly with Russia trade cooperation and ? IN A VISE?
leaders. Marshall is no admire
populace behind him. Premier tion of
of Communism 01
: Alclde de Gasperi hurried to Communistactics curity.
Washington, D. C., to seek substantial Just before being B Because of MUSd.ES
financial assistance from the bearing the
named to office, h e
U. S. to prevent political and economic lasted Chin est ommendations
chaos in Italy. interest. The
Reds for risking th
Negotiations centered around a welfare of thei r;
billion dollar loan first discussed country to obtaii rates to
between Italian and U. S. officialsat power and resorting retirement of
the time of the Paris peace con- I to untruth; lowering of
ference. Italy would not be permitted I to tar the U. S. sible to
to apply the proceeds against Some observer31arshall '
Its reparations bill of $360,000,000but II also read in !..Iarshall's to bead off I
would use the funds for food, appointmen rises;
raw material and industrial equipment an effort by President Truman to. wage and extension ;
I i build the general up as his succeser sstandards :
A substantial loan would help 1 in 1943. Should Marshall mat,e excluded. little chest muscles so tight from
Italy rebuild its once lucrative tour- : a name for himself in the state dEpartment it hurts her to brist the?Qukk,
ist trade. Italy's "biggest industry" his work there plus his Mr. Truman Rub on chat, back
before the war, the trade is severe- prestige as the No. 1 military chichi tension of rent ck.Its gently stimulating action btipr
jy crippled because of the destruction World War II would give th e June. congestion without Irritating
of hotels and their requisitionIng Democrats a strong candidate to of- mediate rent ; '. delicate: :normal akin. Its com-
i for housing, lack of transport.and set dissatisfaction with the Truma would : *upon lessen coufhlng .pastas.tlltr .
an unfavorable exchanae rate cima in the reconversion oeriod. ing power he ,TU ItelkLaa&aa ,1I

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OutLdLSof ? @f1 1ft IMPROVED, /D1L 9L


\/ INT a person has in excellent -
AT* He was charged with strfcfag a
aim in life but SUNDAY woman and the judge asked kin
Be ammunition.
why he did it.

Alimony is when two people "Well sir," the culprit re bed,
make a mistake and one of M Montr Btbla lartrnu at OUean.laa 'she got on the bus and sat Avmm,

them continues to pay for it. ri JarJeiay >_ .4 by W...rm Nrwapapar CaJoa. opened her bad, took tot her

Ton can sometimes tell a purse, closed her bag opened tar

mole from a man by the fact Lesson for January 26 purse, took out a penny dDIIII
that the mule has a food her purse, opened her bag, pat
reason for kicking.It back the purse, and cloud tar t
Lcaaoo. cubjecta seed ScrtpUir Uxla s.
mead and courrtihted by iterodmal bag Then she noticed tile ethos
isn't the number of hours :oww1 of Reluloua Educ.Oon: used to doctor tile
was god upstairs, n
a man puts in it's
what a opened tar bag. test out tat F
man puts in the hours that JESUS CROSSES RACIALBOUNDARIES purse, dosed her bag oge.ed flat c
purse, put m tar penny,
takes a diplomat to e i- "..!" cried the -ales
vinee his wife that she looks LESSON TEXT-Jofca :4-18. T7-SO .OKEMOHY "you're thg"That's me cm?.**
stout in a fur coat SELECTIo."Ier ftftek
i irk erf the water that I a&aS glee Ua shad what bappned to user
mar UUnt-Jota 4 14. "
: said the
sir, man.
- -
Racial and social prejudice divide -

nanklnd, although they are really
int family by the creation of God. CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

jpeaking; a thousand or monongues *

and countless dialects; liv> ,

ag in separated areas; suffering u>
er or priding themselves in (as the

ass may be) a certain social order, MISCELLANEOUS: .
take #/6W1ER/' TONIClf1 ; E ad disagreeing even about thiLings \RTHRITH. If you uflcr tM yeettnt
pains f arthxittt aati rbeumataNB. lea ua
of God they manage to build hr'cou, Results OUT Send SI tp ttrtrtf
Soott.EnoiaMB: b ]pf toa BB ttwantco. Y f rrunts. B.a MI. B.rarks.biol.
.baOd atunina,cnerc?a 4j > twauace wbm yog Ml"IrtcrW irious groups.
out"ant rodo.n-and POU bet The Word of God by both preceptid
!t hcka aa4 tb..naay-bn tb..tursl AtD dir.vitamins> tnTTj cer'i practical example teaches Just ************** !

.. r; s ,
\ oa. les .s. Bam.nbez.e.deter..e.nn..4 ., rI t opposite.

i'; \ SaoU'.. Boy today-coocJ..taam imsftau.SCOTTS L Barriers Broken (TV. 4-9). E j YOUR fplGc
F-1 Contrast the woman of Samaria o

EMULSION >ta Nicodemus whose coming U
first we studied last week. He Rag

tfM 70VND TOIC ch; she was poor. He was a Jew; .

Delight the Family With Coffee CakesSe. :t was of the mixed! race of Samar

( recta bills ana. He was a man of character

:d high position; she was immoral '
Hot Breads Are Delicious ;d uneducated. He sought Jesus; ec o
Are NERVES shouting LYNX CHAMBERS' .MEND jius sought her. Zf

Whether you serve yeast breads In doing so, he cut straight across
er hot quick breads, they lend themselves Broiled Salmon with e barriers of race, tradition, social

graciously to winter menus. Lemon Wedges )sitJon education everything. He

The varieties for both are numberless Slivered Carrots and Peas as interested in her sour sahra- lRa + 5

and you can take your choice Celery Sticks'Butterscotch on and nothing could stand in his sa

of spicy or fruit ones. Bread ay. We would do weB to folios

Hot breads are hearty foods, butthey're Lemon Grapefruit Salad s example. **************

welcome at this season botb Chiffon Pie Beverage Every Christian is by his very

from the point of eating and the Recipe given. ailing a soul-winner. We dare not !

SORETONE LINIMENTfor comfortable air which fills the legate this responsibility to tic f fOR D

tacit( reid oaccctactl kitchen when we make them. They Heat milk to scalding; cool to iastor or missionary. As soul-win

have a staying quality, too which lukewarm; add yeast and let stand ners we are vitally interested in our I I

1naeD rar4uc. exponre pot mry satisfies winter-sharpened appetites.We 5 minutes to soften. Cream together Lord's approach to this woman whc CO1.OS'MISE1ES .
is amide, tendon sod bick. reflex the was far from God apparently hopelessly .
start the parade off with a extra-sweet corn syrup salt ,
cubes in
L ScUrrt
nerve pmia ngn Modem medication of this clean }
neb trmjxoaa quick with th* lion colorful cranberry coffee ring which shortening, nutmeg and extract involved in sinful associations white rub promptly sooth and ,
Mat.p.aHy made for this purpOM. can be put together in a wick oftime. Add egg and beat tbor blh17. Add i citizen of a hostile nation and an comforts encourages restful aWp.
Samoa rM"*tit axa&aW effect milk mixture and flour alternately, adherent of another religious faith.
cht nAtMt infredMna chit set By asking a favor of her Christ PENETROXRUB
like owing wxacb from a bestial Cranberry Coffee Ring. mixing until smooth after each addle
pad.Help*lana frail Mir&ct oloodSarecoM (Serves I?) tion. Cover and let rise until doubledin tactfully placed himself (as does any
KtpIlO ,..J. lies. bulk. Knead lightly on floured; petitioner), for the moment, on he IJ;
m sifted floor
h la a dais br lotlfoduac caps surface. Let dough rest 15 minutes. own plane. He was not a distant,

nod relief dw if mured Just u or good pnoe" Pace j.- 2 H teaspoons cop sugar baking powder Ron V. inch thick sprinkle with cirt learned religious leader deigning to GIRLS! WOMEN !

fnaded. 50*. I.coooaIJlia!: a H salt namon sugar and raisins, as de4 cast a bit of religious philosophy tc
Ttj Sortcooe for 1.00.Poo J teaspoon sired. Roll as for Jelly roll and slk4 her. He was a tired, thirsty man try this if you'reNERVOUS'
Kfib all J trpetof common faaaI- fn with a sharp asking for a drink of water.
N p..rpl cup milk knife. Place in But be was morel He was the ; .
sborten4ngCranberry greased cake l gracious Son of God declaring tc

orange topping pan. Let rise until her that he was ready to give tc -carnta wrr Of Haiti-

Sift flour, sugar baking powderand doubled in bulk a her the water cf life. Do female function monthly dlrtorb-
f.d t salt together. Beat add Bake aces make to" reel nervous lrmDM.
in hot
aa.ts egg a D. Problems Solved (w. 9, 10, eo weak and tired
out-at IUd timctt
? ado Mae I..dyp rr.ilk and shortening. Stir into dry oven (400 degrees 27-30). Then to try Lrffi* X. Pl&Uuunt Vefuwe *-
id P1i.rM Y eI.kfl ingredients, mixing only enough to ) about 20 j. The first problem this poor woman CozcpOBud to relieve such aymptoma -
LealA.d moisten them Spread topping evenly minutes.If had to face was her sin problem. Is lars Its- Pick&mai runout for this Compound'! Taken regu bolas j

over bottom of greased ring mold. you like coffee cake made hi not that true of all of us? build up mut&nc agalnit men dietreM. -
Pour batter over topping. Bake in a She first tried avoid it Alia a great atomac&l 1OZIIc1Il'lfJlIlllllI'lIl""Cn"U
fancy shapes yowl like the following to by raisfcg -
a4Ew.e Mai.b moderately hot (425 degree) even which is Just as festive and the race problem, and the replyof i I
for 25 minutes. tasty as possible Jesus told her of the water of J Je
-- Cranberry orange topping: Mix life. Her quick desire to escape the
Figure Coffee
Eight Cake.
together 3 tablespoons melted butter drudgery of carrying water gave
(Makes 3 cakes
MORNING with 1 teaspoon grated orange ) him opportunity to face her with her
e Y
find H cup sugar aDd 1% cups of 2 packages: yeast sin. She could never find peace and y

Cic/ whole cranberries.Do '. cup lukewarm water 'Joy until there was a frank and open 1 OUa_
.1 i you want to do something special 1 cup milk facing of sin in her life.

for break h cop sugar Let us make no mistake at this JesT a "- *

WITH UTTLf GOO OF CCMI CRT fast or for lunchbox 2 teaspoons salt .. point, for the moral law of God is CASH IS 5aa..o m w'ika
2 beaten .
1 eggs the ft that far I
sandwiches! same now as was en II
So Unlc bot-OH XHM What a dlf
1 teaspoon grated lemon tied I
terrace MIlLS UT t.EPILLSas There's nothing e2 day when Jesus brought the
maLe when vou need an occak better than this 14 cop melted shortening woman of Samaria face to face with -
Ia..the'"bat a joy to feel flavorful brown 5 cups sifted flour her own sin.PessiNy .
rf uUr fiaia, without the harsh Cinnamon 1
uJdrn "blastlnt"sometime.rsu.e1 sugar buttermilk sugar in an effort to evade her
by powerful purfiitlve So bread: Soften yeast m lukewarm water. moral problem by theological discus- COlD
try the loathe that work nih Butterscotch Bread. Scald milk. Add sugar and salt. sion (a common practice in our day
you, not tkroMfk you. Made by Cool too!) and partly because of her 1
the folks who males Alka-Seltrcr. 2 eggs to lukewarm Add 2 caps ignorance
Sold b. your family dru&ftiat.CLTION 2 taps brown sugar Sour Mix: : weD. Add softened yeast of true worship, she asked SUFFERERS !
-Not to be used when 2 tablespoons melted shortening eggs and lemon rod. Beat well_ Add a question about a controversial

toms bdocniaaJ of .rrrn pain
Tek..siy.a rfirrrtodbontorlM. m teaspoons soda flour to make a soft dough Torn mony. Is it not a singular thing JUST6SECONOSVTNT14

Uses IlK F11b.rt. I.... 1 teaspoon baking powder out on liffatiy: floured board and how men who know nothing of spiritual s

te1faFyEnRrs '2: teaspoon salt knead until satiny Place in greased life delight in the propagation Os r.e..re.n..et..a.,. .
2 cups sour or buttermilk I bowl cover and let rise until and defense of organizations and is .x, the waraRb nbA ...'
re.a e.1.assn Try wC.14
LlTTLEPlllS 1 cop chopped walnut meats doubled to bulk* Punch down. Use the conduct of outward religious exercises =- -- w. s

one-third at dough to make a coffee ? wi"
Beat eggs add sugar and shortening cake. Cover renaming twothirdsand True worship is revealed (v 23) / 1 c.-s.sntlw C.1p ewer
and beat we'J! Sift .. ... t' fi
together. ', place in refrigerator to use for IS being first "in spirit" We dc -
four soda and baking powder to- coffee cake or rolls cot cast aside aQ external helps tc i
(; ; gf'-er with salt and add to egg mixture worship but real worship -
I Let dough which you have left out goes :i 04-41
ateTst! with milk Blend and
through beyond place and
for II 15
rest to minutes Roll into
t'. : in ruts Pojr rto greased loaf pars sheet symbol to real soul communion
rectangle about 18
a inches
prwaptly reEiete ce and bake m a moderate oven (350 with God. second, "m truth."
and 8 inch wide.
long ** Spread with Kidneys Must
degrees) for 45 tninutcs.here's .
The disciples were wise
liisCJ melted butter and sprinkle with cinnamon .
? nothing so nice for a speC ssgar. Ron up as for jelly to interfere with what Jesus was Work WellDOANS -
,i': breakfast dinner or hinchecr roD and seal at the edges. Place on. doing (personal workers take note),

se or 1 as a sugar-sa\mg cinnamon roll greased baking sheet and shape into and it was not long before the woman Fw Yon T.Feel1reDu

rec.pe When it's baked aDd glis- a figure eight, then seal ends at saw Jesus as the Christ Observe Mae day T ..,. 'wf'.
ten.ng golden brown, frost it until how quickly she went to ten others. w a, =: e4 k4e.y. flew
intersection. With scissors :: : eh'
cut .a. .,. .....
It )looks lacy with a powdered sugar slanted gashes in top of roD 2 to 3 HI. Salvation Declared (w. 39-42), L...see people sun a..,.d be. ...

and milk ideg if yea! wart it to be inches apart. Fold back points! of Jesus honors this poor fallen woman L-.add e. sods .=vsw;

7fAyaS grit! especially glamorous. cuts to show cinnamon layers Let by making to her his first dec .seas u.a tansy.,..1.:.-:.= w..4biur b.ee.aloes
Cinnamon ReBs. rise until doubled in bulk. laration cf himself as the Messiah .. -" --r ., ...
HI are out Ui I M ... .. ... ... iM
RHEUMATISMNCUtmSLUIIBACO < slakes 3 d sen) f I Bake coffee cake m a moderate (w. %8. 27). He is the high and '--y..s'- ..........w .
1 cup milk oven (350 degrees) for 25 to 30 mm- exalted One. bet he is at the same ......--.,-..."...... ---
2 cakes I Htes. Frost with confectioners' time the friend of sinners. To Nico dl..eaana. IIIoMwac
yeast j sugar to --.. 1'.q.....urPoc __
MCNEILS *4 cup extra-sweet, white corn King after baking and cooling emus. the learned ruler of t.'lt ...., b..dsra. .... ........

syrup sSgntiy if desired Jews, he spoke of the new birth. Tithe lily.sw a"z....'. lS.! Tw ..4tM
MAGIC woman of Samaria be declared ... a noibs. w..4o te.se.ry
2 salt poor
teaspoons I Any type of fruit nlhcg may be ....,...a.a.a.sTMjo -.far
REMEDY 5 tablespoons shortening used with the above coffee: cake: his Vessiahship. HeJ nc ., tike kid.q..M W tae. tre.r.a.we
*. teaspoon nutmeg Raisins either alone respecter cf persons and neither e.t..4 .
or with -- wt.>.t b..ahe.Gur. .
*i teaspoon lemon or tarsi la ,' chopped apples prunes, figs, nuts i, arc those who truly fellow.ham: as...Dooa' tW Qs trtn .......
tae extract: apricots peaches and pears or i
a+elufla sat Kt a w a 1 egg beaten I diced, candied fnzit I

serrrQrsast.lgrMM0-k I 4 cups sifted floor I ..Je.... h warm N.SPft e&kIL l I j PILLS





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Too Late To Classify ed. 'a prize, It presentAmong (expected to operate a refinery and that he could assure all that

i Three days of sanctioned professional the prizes are three elec- within the plant turning out a fine I I they knew exactly what they were
automobile racing are scheduled -
tric Toastmaster toasters, one Proc- doing.
quality white sugar The bagass',
(Continued from Page 4)
I under the promotional direction -
tor Pop-Up toaster three electric or refuse from the cane after the The Ruth Sugars Corporatitn la
I find duties in connection with this I
of National Speedways of Chicago -
irons one electric roaster and a the two C** >
Juke is extracted, will be used for owned by four men
particular Job demanding and
: more I with the sanction of the International -
juice-o-mat from an anonymous J. and R. E.. L.
fuel. Smoke stacks will be some well brothers, E.
more of my time, while the An- :Motor Contest Association
nual Press Breakfast follows on I contributor; a flourescent desk two hundred feet in height which L Welch and Mordello Vincent.
the first speed classic: beingset
lamp from the H. Webster Heat-
I N. should a great portion of the confidence
the heels of the Fair and most of for the opening day of the fair carry Growers present expressed
ing and Cooling Co. of Scoring an
soot over the town. and quitea
the work In connection with taut Tuesday, Feb. 4. electric beater and mixer from I in the new venture
must be done during the time I am I It Is planned to build a U- few signed up for small acreage
Among distinguished visitors Firestone Supplies. Clement L.
most busily engaged with my duties shaped canal from the" Catoeeabatchee of cane for next season and larger
be other than Etefe. famed Kirk. Sebring two-slice electric
none a
; / .
at the State Fair. I Canal past the mill so thai acreages. for the following seaSM.I
bovine beauty whose glamour lathe toaster from the Home Appliance
barges may be unloaded directly This acreage will be Increased tremendously
Since my mind is occupied with dairy world has brought her and Furniture Co., R. I... McHar-: I'I
I I onto the mill hoist. I now that the growers
Neb activities at the moment, the as mach renown and attention as gus Sebring; a two-slice electric I that Ute
matter of writing a column becomes -i Hollywood's most delectable queen I toaster from Sean Roebuck and When some doubt was expressed I I i have been given assurance

a real burden. boot all I Company Fort Myers, an Everhot that the mill could be brought here I!I mill is definitely coming.
prvale I aDd in time to at.: Mr. Frierson said that he had
do is tell you a bit about the Fair plane greet roasterette a miracle table lamp set up grind any
events and urge you to attend I I tors from her glamorous boudoir and aa automatic electric iron from all next seasoB Caldwell stated! !I I talked to the district repreeeedatln

The Florida Fair this year will located in the Flower Show building tbe Home Appliance Company, that tbe mill which would be moved I! of the Production Credit Corporation

preeent the greatest exhibition of This blooded beauty, darlingof Clewtston; a l$0-watt electric bad operated the past season until i(i and was certain that the MB

Agricultural and Industrial exhibits the Dorden herd, has traveled heater from Parkinson's. Inc., December 28, that in )Ir. Rose depended I

ever assembled in the State. over 190,099 miles> throughout the Moore Haven; a toaster or electric they had one of the best sugar]I

Counties from all sections are participating nation to accept tbe blandishmentsof Iron from Glen Strickland's Service mill erection engineers in the world this agency.

and in most instances millions of admirers Accompanying Station, Moore Haven; a floor

they are staging elaborate displays her to the fair are two lamp from Ralph E. Wood. Gulf i -

that surpass any la previous years. Borden milk-maids, a veterinarianand Oil distributor :Moore Haven; and

Brand new features include a other trained attendants.City'Commission additional unnamed prizes from E.

gigantic Electrical Exposition, C. Byrd Moore Haven Franklin HOMOGFgTIZFDVITAMIN >

sponsored by the Tampa Electric Hardware Company of Fort Myers .,
Company where everything imaginable and Dunton Appliance Company of
in the way of electrical Sebring. > D MILKAnd

equipment and appliances will be (Continued from Page One) Displays of electric appliancesare

displayed and demonstrated. Fea-. individuals including Carl Birg, being arranged in the court-
ture of this great exhibit which I Mrs Florence Ryan A. C. Dowd house corridor by Dunton Electric I Other Alfzi Products
occupies one of the largest build- John Sexton.
and Company of Sebring, Home Appliance -
Ings on the Fair Grounds, will be It was ordered that all church Company of Clewlston and E. AVAILABLE AT YOUR
the House of Magic as shown at
property not used for church pur- C. Byrd of Moore Haven Others
theNew York World's Fair but GROCERY AND
poses for many efts be placed may arrange displays during the
enlarged modernized and much
back on tbe tax roll. Theee lots week
improved. Some 350 modern ap-
include two on Avenue M, originally The directors and manager of the DRUG STORE
pUances to lessen home office and
deeded to the Wesleyan Meth- cooperative are anxious that every
factory drudgery will be displayedIn
odist Church, one on Avenue 1\1. member of the co-operative in both
the first poet-war show of the
originally used by the Seventh Day projects! A and C be present for

kindThrough Adventist Church: two on Avenue this annual meeting
the cooperation of the l-
K. originally deeded to the Con-
ran-American World Airways, a '
gragational Church and two on ConstructionContinued
great Latin American Exposition is -
Avenue K, originally used by the
ting brought to the Florida Fair,
Presbyterian Church.
with exhibits from Cuba Chili ( from rage 1)

}Mexico Venezuela, Brazil Uru Permits were examined and approved that his company would like to Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
for the construction of a ,
Colombia. Central ;
guy Paraguay have at least 150,900 tons of can
America and the West ladies to I liquor package store by R. D. and for processing next season. West Palm Beach, Fla.
B. R. Gantt Avenue I. for the
give tbe Fair an International atmosphere I on The mill which is proposed to be
I building by L. D. Carr to be used
moved to Florida is a small one _
I _--- !OR.S
as a self-service: laundry, for the
will I !Mr Caldwell stated but
Expulsion and improvement new equin I
filling station being erected by Ii
be found in every and Strickland and i
Buddy Sydney
the Fair. The Livestock Show this this up to a first-year capacity <,1 f I
a frame residence to be erected by It
year will be outstanding, with some 2500 tons a day and the pinh.i-.
Mr. and Mrs Raiford Langdate 1
of the finest cattle ever shown in of this equipment while it ti'-
the South on display The Poultry A letter was read from the CI- been ahead of expectations, may

Show on par with the tamed vilian Production Board asking that still possibly be a hold-np to tw

Madison Square Garden Show In tbe city notify all prospective fug the mill ready in De<'enbi '

alee and scope is booked to cap builders, that CPA permits must The company is also making plan I

city with finer birds than ever I I still be obtained for all coast ruc- for rapid expansion of the 1I111! :', i /I
before. lion other than home tJOMtr dloa.. an eventual capacity of TOfu tot h 0 e

School and Educational exhibits' dally If enough cane may be pr>

4 : Women's and Art displays are exceptional Plans Are- cured to feed so large a mill I tliS
'" this year improved In )lr. Caldwell told the grow."is 37 >.o'sbx
"We would like for to J R
both you plant
quality and quantity. Excellent -
(Continued from Page 1) sugar cane for the mill to J!: \ell, I
growing weather this season C CI
i i makes possible the finest and most Waggman and Rudy Ashton.As a profitable season but we haw TlO I

beautiful Flower Show aft incentive to a large attendance Intention of misleading you illt. !

Special events and eYeratQed'l a number of handsome believing that we can guarantt I FEB SP n lea
Include the I door prizes have been donated which: the grinding of this cane. We f"p'' roIO

Quiz of Radio fame whose coasttocoast will be won only b\ members Each sure that you will be pleased with !

broadcast over the American member will be given a number our operations and we wllin\
; network Is a popular feature I and a corresponding number will ready to sign contracts just as BOOM I II

Dr. Q.iz will appear in person and be drawn for earn of the prises as delivery dates on equipment ray I PAQppE & s j
his nationwide broadcast will be I I There are enough that ORe out of be obtained" J, ICA l

staged in front of the grandstand every five members should receive Representatives of the cnrpoi i !
i i I tion are now in the East to procure
the audience participating for I!i SUBSCR'IPTIO-i this equipment and just ;a..
numerous worthwhile prizes offer IS YOUR PAIDTNOTICE I 0 ,
j i soon as reports are obtained from .k

::----X-;+:":": :":":-:,:,:,,:,,:,,:,:,,:,,:,,:,:,,:,,: : ,,,:,,:,,:..:..:.: ....'..:-:..:..:...'..:.: :......:.:...-:--:-= them within on the delivery next weeks dates, the probat officials! ps

will return with contract:

t :--11 Asked the reason" for moving the II
mill to Florida Mr Caldwell stated

frankly that the Louisiana sugar
season is confined to a 60 or 70

day season the yield is very poor I
t i
ALL I50\I TIIP.Ol'GII SHiHLM n.'Xl"1I1'" in comparison with average yieldsIn I

t Florida and that he believes the

i PRHATE ROADS \\ ""JI, ON AM AFTHl MOMHY, FEHItVAItV Moore Haven area to be the equalof j I

any other cane growing section

17, 1917, WILL UK CLOSED TO TllROU.It TKU'- I anywhere in the world:

Doth tbe officials stressed the

}'I('.. GATES WILL HE hKPT: LOCKED: .AM ALL TKhV: fact that they wished to buy cane .T ra
from smaller growers rather thanto

r\S siGILL BE I'RO: I-Cl.'TtD., i plant cane themselves but would
plan on planting a comparativelysmall
t serfage; probably never over'

United States Sugar Corporation 5.04ft acres unless more was newsttated *-
to make the venture a

success "If we have the faith to

i <..........;......: ;.........: : :.: ;.;..: :.. : :-- :.:-:--: :+:..:.:.:..:.:--------.x-:+:..: ;..:.:..: i will move have the mill the here faith we to believe grow yap the .

cane:' Caldwell said
-.i _- The question of labor was discussed -
I and Caldwell sM that he (V 16x48 IS SHOWN RE-ERECTED ABOVE)

understood enough labor would .*
available in the area wlthowt moving PREFABRICATED HUTMENTS

i' any in for the present to baud I

and to operate the mitt. Only
FLAMiNGO delivered to your lot in
trained personnel he east. would
this area. You unload.
he moved from Couista Employment -

for about 14t men ta the Tales a1 out 1hr. time $

j mill will be offered $27" 00 Truck loads. Four 1G8<< j25.0r?
\s to housing the officials said
they realized that this well be a or to 48's or two 16's

DAIRY I FEE J problem but were working on plans- and one 48. Mail cheek

with the War Assets Administration now. delivery in 10 days. '

to work out a put of this .
difficulty These gov't. hutments all wood
are construction, pine
Roughage and Concentrated Feeds I The bearing teats at the plant floors, novelty pine siding, 90-lb. roll roofing, windows,

1 site were picked .p while the officials doors and screens. They make excellent tourist cabins,

Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR were here and It Is understood cottages, tenant houses, farm buildings, or storage

that these tests have proven rooms. You can re-erect these in a short time as theyare
SALE IS THIS AREA AT DElIYimillNCJ PLANT I\ t satisfactory to the company en- in 16-ft.
delivered sections
MOORE 11."EX j rincer E A. Rose. The abstract assembly.G. .

,i of title has been placed in the E. FLEMING
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) hand of a Miami legal firm fsrexamination. Agent

Glades and Hendry Counties
Asked sheet plans for other I PAL ID.U..E, FLORIDAPAGE
l ,...... CaMweti stated that after
I ..
the tint year of operation it was



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