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Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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. GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT ;






VOLtME 23 XUMBEU 41 MOORS HAVEN, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7. 1W7 srBSCRIPTIO'1--g.3o PER naB
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ELECTRIC CO-OP IS Grand Jury Returns ,MILL OFFICIALS ARE Bid. To Be Opened :COLD WAVE BRINGS

,
Murder Indictment Monday for Co-Op

ALREADY REPAYING Against Hollingworth :PLANNING TO COME Power Plant Here FREEZING WEATHER;


GOVERNMENT LOAN !i A grand jury convened Monday BACK NEXT WEEKJ. I Bids will be opened at one o'clock I DAMAGE IS GREAT
at the opening of the regular Monday in the office of the Glades

session of circuit: court heard sever- Electric Cooperative here for the
I
Tbe financial report of the Gladea al witnesses and returned a first E. Caldwell president of Ruth construction of the new power plant Winter effectively barred from

Electric Co-operative, given by Stanley i i degree murder indictment against Sugars Inc. told J. E. Frierson building the contract will be let by South Florida daring December and

Wayman, secretary-treasurer, atj I Tommy Lee Holiingworth. negro Thursday by telephone that he and the board of directors at a special January finally made a break- .

the annual meeting on January 30 resident of the local quarters who other company officials would re- meeting that night and then sent through Tuesday night and blew its

disclosed that the co-op, in its very I. admittedly shot and killed his turn next week to Moore Haven to on to Washington for approval or icy breath over all parts of the

abort period of operation last year common-law wife on the bank of a make further plans for the erectionof rejection by RE A. peninsula bringing below-freezing
has already begun to amortize the canal almost two miles from the a mill here. This is the second bid openingon weather to almost all sections including -

loan received from REA for con quarters early in January. The day before Mr. Frierson had the power plant, the contract' the entire Everglades farm-

atrnction of the lines in this county. After the indictment was returned talked to the company engineer having previously been tentatively Ing area.

The full statement was as 'follows court was recessed until E. A_ Rose who said that he was awarded to Murphy Construction Because this sudden and severe
: Thursday. February 29, when the ready to begin work as soon as the Company of West Palm Beach on a cold weather followed unseasonablywarm

Assets case will come up for trial company gave him the go-ahead bid of 106000. Washington would winter weather, with no cool

Cash In Bank ______$ 616.56 One other civil case was heard I signal. This indicated, although not approve the bid, however since tempering weather, the damage la
Cash in bank fer line of Louise and Sidney Peebles vs. he did not say 10, that the pur- it was far above the estimated cost expected to be even greater than It

coaitrnetlon ___. 10J.577.62 : W. S. Bowdon and the Jury awarded chase of equipment was completedand and certain changes in design were ordinarily would have been.
Still for I Judgment- to the Peeples for I there would be no further made in order to reduce the buIlding The wind had swung to the south
owing current
sold __ 1,250.78 i $559.45. W. Lamar Rose of Punta holdup from this angle. He diet say cost. These changes will, it is and temperatures were considerably

Materials 653.95: Gorda was attorney for the that he was now working on an said, not have any great effect on higher this morning but the
and Supplies
Materials hand for i plaintiffs. On the jury were G. L.] appraisal of the Venailyion mill the quality of the building con- weatherman said that another North
on
:. %87.88 : Sloan, True Story M. M. Lisk. L. which the Caldwells propose to buy struc, Jon, simply eliminating the Pole onslaught was developing and
Sec. CTAdvance .
Insurance .. 547.68 E. Farnam John Amdahl and H. C. and move hereIn stucco coat from the exterior and promising even colder weather for
on : Otto. his conversation with Mr. reducing the level of the main floor the country in the next few days

Investment to Projects to date A and I Members of the grand jury were: I II Frierson by phone Mr. Caldwell did from nine feet to six feet above possibly reaching again into Flor

R. A. Williams, foreman; J. C. not say why he was returning next the ground.
C _$15.501.41Depreciation 974.45 I Hicks, clerk; Don'Bridger., Lonnie week only indicating that everything The board wishes to expeditethis ida.A report from the vegetable grow

Williams. W. G. Hayes, E. C. Byrd.: was progressing according to construction as much as pos ing area around Belle Glade Indicated

Joe Van De Velde Ivan Whidden, plan. However, when he met with sible for a delivery date in April that damage to beans and +

J174.527.01 I Earl Samnerall. W. B. Norton. Jr., local farmers two weeks ago todayhe has been given on the generating other tender vegetables would run ,

A. O. Howdeshell. Roger M. Weeks I. indicated that he would not return equipment, a contract for which from eight to ninety per cent Less

liabilities i Carl Dirge. Buddy Williams, W. E until plans were complete and was let last summer damage was done to cabbage and
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from
Borrowed 'Cassidy S. L Farabee. C. C. Klntts 1 I the company was reedy to sign other leafy crops while celery is
in& .
REA and David ShawRIGHTOFWAY. contracts for the planting of cane I thought to have escaped with negIlgible .
Interest $293.651.4 for processing next winter. The, (CITY COMMISSION ;> damage.
PaM Ut."
back
day of &JT' ,.J was not given and i! Young plant cane, growing beaui -
farmers inters t. -will be contacted -] i i tifully under ideal weather con-
Still awed W REA __$1293,201 I FOR II
fa ail probability. if he wishesto PASSES BUILDING- i 1 ditkms was expected to be very bad-
Owed for taxes accrued '
meet with then. # : Iv damaged by the freeze but cinI -
wage and Insurance LAKEPORT ROAD IS Mderable more time will have to betaken
I
_________ 924.36 ZONING ORDINANCEThe
I to ascertain the damage to
Membership fee paid 2,085.00 I t mature Worst will!)
I cane. damage
Excess for LILLY HAS BEGUNCONSTRUCTION
receipts I DISCUSSED MONDAY I be in the western division when
year ________ 206.971 I City Commission at the reg- there was a sustained betow-freez-
..
OF ular meeting Tuesday night passedas ing temperature for more than eight
Receipts and Kiprnae Report The county commission at an an emergency ordinance that one hours while the Eastern Division
The "co-op received a total of all-day session Monday. spent a recently drawn dealing with build- although 'minimum temperatureswere

S3,543.9:' for current sold and ad- greater part of the time discussingthe 2-STORY BUILDING ing restrictions and zoning within much the same, had below
renton: mottle the city and a complete text of this
dlUona t3r154J4afor. procurement of rights-of-way freezing weather: for,only a..coupler
*=:+J3Sami tietnop irating ''fc-?':'tae'"new toad project on"-.Rod ordinance-will'found'In'thlt'ls- homeThe ./* *' "$ _* .iIC. "

revenue for a total of $6,698.87. I 76 (formerly 29 > along Big Bear L. M. Lilly signed a contract on sue in legal form. etticUI low tempeatreeorded ; ; -

Expenses showed that power cost Beach and adjourned that night February 5 with George V Lund- The recent flurry of lot sales and here by Mrs. John Moore.

$5,09196. the expense of o rat-I with no definite action taken except quist of Fort Myers for the construction interest in banding made it Imperative {?. S Weather obsever was- 2(.8
ing and maintaining lines $ : to name the board chain-man. of a fourteen-room, two- that a zoning ordinance be degrees and her reports show that

estimated depreciation $657.03. taxes J. E. Frierson aa a committee of story concrete block building situated passed and it was drawn, revised the temperature was down to 29

and insurance $206.40 and interest one to meet with the! district engineer onhis property at the cornerof and pt through as rapidly as pos- degrees at one o'clock Thursday
paM PEA $218.88 for a total in Bartow to discuss the Avenue I and First Street. sible. Provisions of the ordinance morning. At seven o'clock yesterday -

of 6491.94 or an excuse for project Foaadatlon work ha already. been have even been enforced prior to its morning the temperature had .\

tbe year of $246.91. A large delegation of property i I started. paaaage. since all 'who proposed risen to 33 degrees.: Fred A. Flanders -
Other data ta th* report showed' owners affected attended the meeting Plans were made for the construction building appeared pleased with the co-operative observer: reported
:5 _ilea ot line energised. 26 consumers and presented their individual I of this balldiag by the plan rN.dlnptrough the night at thelocks

billed er a total of one to views on the right-of-way problem 1 Lillys before they sold their wholesale L. }f. Lilly apeared before the somewhat higher than thos"
the ttlte 144,34 kilowatt boars Some landowners agreed to give flab business early last year. board and asked a permit for his recorded by Mrs. Moore in town

of power wa predated and 132.- the right-of-way providing certain The property was narchaed from new building construction of which His thermograph chews that the
139 KWH toN leaving a loa of .'$ has beee started He temperature started ita nosedive at
cattle guards were established; other the city about two year ate, and already also
pervert line lots and station Bibs I held out for a price of 1180 per includes a number of Iota in this asked for an ordinance closing certain -I 3:30: : Wednesday afternoon and ar

and power. I acre for the lands taken. and with area northeast of the street inter alleys and streets all within eight o'clock the temperature.

__ the required 244-foot right-of-way'section.Daring. the partial block which he owns and 38 degree' A one degree drop 1

School Board MinutesOf I this would anoint to a very large the past week moat of the this was granted. each hour was noted from there
until four oVtock when it reached
figure to be paid by the roanty.Mr area has been filled in with sand Once again the commission considered -
February MeetingFebruary I Frierson went to Bartow 31 degrees. At two o'clock theDtercuI'J'
yesterday by J. A. Lee's tracks a tremendous a compromise agreement
to confer with Mr. Tarnbull fill of six and seven feet in places, ; with the school board for a price first reached the freezing
3. 1947. mho Indicated that some of the and this fill greatly enhances the on the three blocks which were recently point and at six o'clock a. m.. thelow
I point of 28 degrees
reach
The Glades County Board of Pub- things asked. Including a tractor appearance of this corner. promised aa a site for a proposed ed. was
At his
readIng
seven
temperature
crossing asked by David Click, school but stood firm -
the above new on
lic Instruction met on
: The building of concrete block was the same a. that shown by
Lu- would be granted but most of the the price asked for the property I,
date with all members present: construction, is 34 x 60 not including Mrs. Moore and the rise was steady
and' requests! were rejected. which they consider only a sufficient
venla Gorman. T. H. Snell a circular front porch at the from then OB to 65 degrees at noon
Veltoa Walters. Since a considerable portion ct I entrance. There will be seven roomsin I amount to assure the constructionof The temperature from Moore

The minutes of the last meeting the right-of-way north of Harney the second! story; a lobby, two 1 of around the property. Haven oa around the lake were very
were read and a correction noted Pond Canal has already been given guest rooms and the living quartersfor There was considerable discus much the same with Benbow show
sion of special legislation to be,
la the counteroffer to the City it is understood that construction Mr. and Mrs. Lilly on the first I ing 27 degrees, Liberty Point 25,
enacted at the coming session of the
Commission on building site as will go ahead on the route where floor. Clewiston 2$. Bare Beach 30. Rltta
to price viz. that the Board be I rights-of-way: have been procuredand The froat will be faced with 1 i! Legislature in April and City 30. Miami Locks 27 South Bay 30.
with torney J. M. Conse was
allowed to purchase the additional the county is still faced glass block or brick and each win! At-I Bryant %5, Canal Point 24, Pa-
lots desired at the name price per the problem ilf obtaining the other I dew will be bordered' with the glass! to draw up a bill which hoke 26 and 27.
the its
rights-of-way. permit city to set up own
as that originally offered by : the '
acre brirks. A feature of building J
district in the event
drainage
the City Commission when they The board also 4e plans to proceed : is a Urge picture window in the' move toward the abolition that I II Mrs Pirkle HonoredAt
any
quoted a price .f $i00 for the three << with ceodemnatien proceedings -.i living reGIa. The foaadattoa Is of
Kewhsll District
Drainage was
bk**:.. Upon this correction being OB a couple of small tracts of eoaerete wan deaiga. 1 Eastern Star

made. a aotioa wa offered by right-of-way on the Harrl lltrg-lA- I Mr. Lilly would make ao estimate -I made. On
Mr. SeU. seconded by Mr. Waken. Belle road, the owner of which I i of the coat bat It is expected! Mrs. Lola Sheridan, city clerk'I Meeting Tuesday

duly rut and carried that the aaia-! could dot be loeat_. I i to ma betweea $Zt and $n..... reported that she had a aizeable] '
ute be approved : A license to Ray D. sad Broadus Neither would he hazard an opinion I amount in the bond staking faad.MBMtbing .'. Grand Instructor, Mrs Stella

Mr, Van De VeMe appeared before R. Gantt was also approved for a a* to wit It woaM he ready for 1! over tU.... and was Pirkle, was honored at the Order

the Board aDd asked penai-I liquor package store. aaMMC other I oeeapaao other than to say he expoeted -I instructed to buy another $i.OOOi of Eastern Star meeting Tuesday

s oa "o buy the Ford panel bus that items of hvaiaeae transacted. to MOT ta ao later than i toveruMat to d. A cheek: of tat i evening at the hall in Moore Hare -

haa formerly been used am the! I thia ..__. : fund tamed more tUB half is *. The meeting; was exceptionally -

Matt route The Hoard wee of I It I A asaaU ata OBaditioaiag plant I bonds and cad to pay off the banded -;: well attended ta homage to lira !

the onion that it would rotate title niag of the new building It was will he iaatalioi later oa and the tadeXerfponi of the day ant Pirfcfe who was presented with a i

to this bus for thE? present. t decided that If the trip wa made I large airy rooMS ohoald make for" iteee tft* refunding bonds are not: corsage and a gift from the rhap-
Mrs Gr.'t"r. bta: driver from' oa Saturday sad Saaday the teacher maximum coasfort. callaMe the finds as they aera__- i ter. )lr. aad Mrs. D. A. Olden. Jr i
Mae. appeared before the Board ",* might go bat otherwise the { late are being ased for tie purchase i were initiated in the Order. and

aad advised tbat be road within -r.rti,,.or would he asked to roi' ... t i of tatereet-beariag government securities ,| were given flowers by the chapter
the Silver Lake Ranch property ,- -- i'IP! teachers oa act a trip Irene Scott Pledged so that thy will earn some and white Bibles by the Worthy

alzaoct tmpanaable. and that it M ton was made hy )It. Walter To Alpha Xi Delta coney as they await ate for pay- Matron and Worthy Patron.
.. SnoU and carried meet of bonds and interest. Fttty- An
daaaagtag the ba extensively. Tl < :- 1 I"!a Mr I entertaining program was
Board Instructed the secretary to i cant the a....'. report nreeeated Die. ver cent of all the monies received given and refreshments of cake
notify Mr. Daaa, manager for Sil- by the Saperiateadeat, hoe filed aa I Mis Irene Scott, the daughter of from the sale of city property and coffee were served by Mrs.
ret Lake Reach Interests that ire t part of the permanefit focordfl of the Mr and Mrs. I. E. Scott, and a Is placed in this fund which Christine Doty Mrs. Tfaelma

the wad h not pug into good H.>&Td student at Stetson University, was I has caused its rapid growth in recent Twiddy and Mr. and Mrs. J, K.

pair wtthtu 30 di '" "latbe iru< I-PC'ouoa, by Mr ..u. &<<084d honored last week by befog niedgfd months. Rogers.
driver has bees tca>ted turn, tM' Waken aad carried all to the Alpha XI Delta. a social Sorority. -
Irene was one of fire girls at W. C. Carney Judie Saunders J.
the bus around at :-; en.' i' tb hi:is : "tfad were approved for Ten Latin American nations will
county read.Diaeusslon. amym. the Uatversity to he vtedfed this Steel B. Zaller and D. Thompson have ,exhibits at the Florida State
ensued as to Ute!I I Motion was made by Mr. Sun. quarter. of Bradenton; C. A. Perry and W. Fair in Tampa.- February 4 to 15.
leathers making a trip to look at seconded hv Mr Walters and earned -! This is a Natoinal Sorority and Itt A. Clark of Miami, were rusts at The Pan American 'exhibit 'will be

school buildings_ in order that thejmight th.' 'K meeting adjourn. bas a eT active Chapter at Stetson Williams Camp during the past staged by the Pan Americas World

be of assis'an-e .a the p'ang ( I' -.-ta';rd on i'ae Si I II tniversity week Airways




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i : I I r I Millionaire Did Without .f' f

Gem of Thought 4Tj4jaqomg !' Washington i Digest; Auto, Electricity, Phone -,:$ \ I

America's most miserly million- J
i THE individual who begins aire was John G. Wendel, who died ':1 '

today, if be can, on the Tows Put in New Claim for MeritsOf in 1915 at his home at Fifth Avenue '*: :
things he will be obliged to do and 39th Street, New York '5i

tomorrow, is one who always 'J Reti04144 City says Collier's. To keep in the ;,-r

finds himself in demand. family the fortune he was accu- ..1..,.

Whether one fires in a city ta WASHINGTONBy Rammed Earth Buildings i mulating he remained a bachelor :. !...
ii
Or far away on a farm and managed to keep five of his ':*
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The place to find a helping hand Walter Shtad six sisters unmarried and virtual ,..= '- i
, It at the end of one'* OUR arm. BAUKIIAGE i! prisoners in this house for 50 years. '.- I
WHU c.-- By
There is a solution for every v Furthermore he instilled such .: j
News An.Jj/sl teal Commtnlttor. .. ;
problem.Emerson.The frugality in his sisters that when 0"_

between intelligence WSU Wtiiicfte SweaR JTCOT News Service, 1616 Eye StreetN. I good or better a dwelling than mo* the last one died in 1931 it was .: 5.}'. 'i i
difference Hit ESt.. N. w. {Y., Washington, D. C.WASHINGTO of the so-called defense homes si found that while her estate ,:.
and an education is this Monopolistic Practices solu- widely used during the war, foi amounted to more than $108,000"l;: '
Is there
-that intelligence will make a $3,000. And there are already modest 000 she had never had a telephone '::: '
don
livingKettering. Threaten Free Economy : of the low-cost housing problemas
good
you a simple as the cottages in a number of place electricity or an automobile and ij:,. ;
We can well afford to doubta dirt under which cost little more than a thousand that her only dress was one arse.: :,

seeming injustice, because FOLLOWING closely upon the feet Have our we dollars for two members of i had made herself and worn for ': s-; .

God's law is sure.-Franklin. house sub-committee been family to build. nearly 25 years. : r
report concerning the evils of overlooking I .
> bet, which
monopoly and caocentrated economic -
Good .
Solons Have
Pliny said the
power, President Truman, in his i
-ne sage on the State of the Union Romans were3veriookinl.n Laugh on Selves .t t

La the 80th congress held the corm : I When Bob Hope or Henry Morgan
"on of these evils in our system the first century or even Senator Claghorn pokes fiat jf

).f free enterprise as second only isparlance I A. D. and to congressmen, that's supposed ti ,
to curbing the power of which most people t be humorous. It's always open .
abor unions. have shift L season on politicians in this country -F

Soon after the senate reconvened, their eyes ever where people riddle their public officials .

Senator Wayne Morse (Rep., lince? with gags instead of guns.

(Dre. introduced his "anli-monop- Anthony F. But it Is not generally realized
Merrill It you are ran down-le.-.
says so like laugh too-
that to
sly act of 1947" making it unlawful legislators you'r not getting as tie A SO
(for business firms to form a monop- ana so does a Baukhage even when the laugh's on them. And P, Vitamin you n d-lUrt UK i ne

sly and prohibiting them from Joining convincing job of I at least one of them enjoys congressional help Scott'briar Emulator back to...pros rp. ;sat>UY!
international cartels and providing "roving the contention in his book jokes so much he's written i r .' mll u'tt sad build rttitht. ...
DELICIOUS! BRAN MUFFINS a $3,000,000 annual appropria The Rammed Earth House," which 350-page book about them. \, natural Good-Urtinr AID: Seo ViUmini>tt.'* il rka an in 4 ..
I have
Just read. It seems Incredl- Compiling the congressional Joi enertr-buildinc.natural oil
tion for the justice department to
Flavored With Fresh Orangel Met!
: .
enforce provisions of the proposedlaw. I Miller may seem a far cry from b..a Bar today I AS dnwrutx.SC011S

It (*fci ..ltl., ..i..fat Senator Morse was joinedIn It didn't seem incredible to Pliny steering policies of the senate Judiciary
who heatedly proclaimed that the t EMULSIONoffivVMOROLINE t
KeHogg-'s touted All-Bran and fresh introduction of the measure by committee, but Senator WDej r

orange Juice 1 Tummy I What cavort Aiken (Rep., {'t.); Langer (Rep., 'Romans"walls of had earth.in"Africa and Spain, has been working on the humorous

.% cup shorten- 1% cups riftedsour N'. D.) ; Young (Rep.. N. D.) ; Mar project since 1939 when he first was
They are "moulded rather than elected to the United States senate.
(Dem., Mont.) Kilgore (Dem.
cups ray ; ,
"
H 2 teaspoons bak- built, Pliny explains, "by enclos- Last he got around to send*
year
; egg Ing po..dercup tV. Va.) and Taylor (Dem., Ida.).
% Kellogg' '4 teaspoon soda bug earth within a frame of boards ing a letter, to all his colleagues in
Some provisions of the bill would
All-Bran % teaspoon salt constructed on either side. These the house and senate asking them
teaspoon grated % cup orange Juicer liminate discriminatory freight palls will last for centuries are their favorite jokes. He was deluged AND PETROLEUM JELLY
orange rind J/i cup milk rates by directing the Interstate proof against rain, wind and &e. and with stories-good, bad and tUUnUM11 0914r&O.9ONsr IOSHte

Blend shortening and sugar.Add egg; Commerce commission to prepare ire superior in solidity to any cement corny; and most of them Jokes on
beat well. Stir In Kellogg's AllBranand :uniform class rates for railroad
Even at this day (more than a or about congress and congressmen.All .
orange rind.Add sifted dry ingredients
to first mixture alternately .. transportation; authorizing the jus entury after Hannibal) Spain still of which inspired the title ol
wish orange Juke and milk. Stir only tice department to participate ii !olds watch-towers that were erected his book, "The Laugh's With Con.
until Hour disappears. Fill greased patent suits and prohibit patent licensing by HannibaL"The gress.IIUnder

mumn pans two-thirds* fuu. Bake in agreements which limit production idea of houses of earth is not the title "The WomenGodBless
moderate oven (400 PJ about 30 .
minute*. Makes 10 muffins. : or control prices; authorizing Incredible to Clinton p Anderson, ., "em." he relates how hi the
orange-y:
: the Federal Loan administra
BATIJ ROD, u
ICe.4 K,trili,_. tion to make long term capital loans IN TilE.
TM Aa-&.f i i. at low interest. small and for !MILES
1 wade from the IiRIAYL'Raataaat f competitive Sing out Joy
I VITAL : ;? business enterprises with V/.7 LITTLE PILLS arc little
: t' "gems of comfort". .
I -heist-derv. ii.tin1 emphasis on guaranteed loans handled ... ;--
b .
Mild laiative for
action
daily u a taaA.Cushion : through private banks; more -
L___ 'adequate enforcement of the Sher- I- ensiUve digestive ays.

__._ __ and ., terns, Jet firm enoughto
h ran Clayton acts, and amendments do the job. They work with you
: making officers and directors not through you-tttul help you
)f corporations violating the acts .. feel better See your druggist and
WHyPAyMOKEIO \'tk'bie to penalties; authorizing the t75 a K* sir4outforMILES LITTLE PILLS.C .
Federal Trade commission to act \CT1ON: : Not to'" used when
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OjI'! \
r 'as master in chancery in any anti- J... 'i, = sbUoaiinal pain or other aymp-
t'
oit c4w.r ...,, toma of appendicitis
; are
4 4, ; present.
(trust proceeding and to bring find H. \_ raiceoftjr**iuvcfwt ..
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of fact and recommendations to >
.n-s .. .. : Mle UtmratoriM.Inc.. Elkawrt. lad.
the court; directing the Presidentto (.
a, review the operations of regula-
1 I I'Ii 1 V rg, ,>ncies.
r j
4 Y 4 Losing Battle

Recently Home Town Rep *' .
-
your --- -
a ,.-jtor discussed the report of thee
i
> ..'- small business committee r.. Jr'A i
.I t.\ .ng how ineffective had been r "" :' r.: f.) C6 (!

i tl'), fight against trusts and monop- e ..-..wI

life's walk MO:I during the past 50 years, and il E lilifd fs
TIW this concentration of economic
!! gI with SOLES os well as powt had grown to effectively shutout I always use this treat rub! for

I competition. CeUG COLS
Heels by President Truman, althoughaware
of the conservative trend oi L t
O'SullivanHow = [IDIDQ
; the present congress did not hesitate d

to back up this house committee

report and, indeed, of a prior finding

!IoI ,it fact by a committee known as **************
the temporary national economic
t committee. Said the President: old and new in rammed earth houses. Top panel shows modern For Your Future BuyU.

"The second major policy I de- structure at Claremont, Calif. Bottom shows church at Sumter

-ire to lay before you has to do with S. C., which has stood through more than a century and weathered S. Savings Bonds
the several hurricanes and an earthquake.
I growing concentration of ceon.ru
: power and the threat to free **************

':o: ipeution in private enterprise secretary of agriculture, who has closing and very literally hot sessions
to strengthen and enforce the laws written the preface to the book. [ of the 79th congress the thee
that regular business practices is "If Tony Merrill and his rammed- I Sergeant-at-Arms Wall Doxey ruled

>t enough. Enforcement must be earth builders want either my blessing twice within three weeks that, al- aE

c :pemented:! by positive measuresf or my cooperation,'* says the theugh women in slacks could be

; a.d to new enterprises. Government secretary. "they may be assuredf permitted in senate galleries, women 2

; assistance research programs them both." in shorts would be inimical to the -garsOASH
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and credit powers should be Rammed-earth according to Merrill I dignity of the senate and were to bi CYST A IN nATNtns..
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designed and used to promote the is a term describing "both the barred from the gallery.All .

To RelieveBronchitis growth of new firms and new industries material and the process of wall I of which moved Sen. Richard

we also should give special building by which earth is tampedinto Russell of Georgia to remark:

attention to the decentralizationof the shape of a wall or building "In hot weather, I am sometimes -
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industry and the development ol block. In essence a compressedblock envious that I cannot wear short -

areas how under-industrialized." or section of earth will when myself. Mr. Doxey is supposed to

Creonrolsloa relleTes promptly W- tamped assume the shape of the be an authority on what creates con.
t
cause it goes right to the seat of the Expect Little Action form into which it is pressed and, fusion in the senate but personally, --.t-_ t
trouble to help loosen and expel Although this question of eradication when the moisture dries out, harden I have no objection to shorts." (li L
perm laden phlegm, and aid nature of and into a permanent shape suitableor -
monopoly concentration
to soothe and heal raw. tender in- : this had been printed in the record
Homed bronchial mucous mem- of economic power is considered bj use as a building material"The there would have been "laughter"after
t branes.Ten your droggist to sell yoa economists as ranking high in importance reasons set forth by Merrill that one.)

a bottle cl Creomulflcn must Uke With the inCerstandiEg if the American capitalistic is to why if this method of buildings Another story claimed as the favorite -

i I quickly allays you the cough or ayou1&e and free competitive enterprise so good it has not been widely of former Sen. Guy Gillette
to bare your money bacfc system is to survive there is grave adopted, are logical: One-there's no of Iowa and Arkansas' young Sea \

CREOMULSIONforCouzhChestCoI&EronchiH doubt if this congress will take any money in it, except the money William Fulbright is a true one. Ai

action, either upon the President's laved by the builder. Two-con- Senator Gillette teus it, his colored E
suggestion or the bill which Senator trary to the impression among sellers maid had noticed that the senator,

Morse and his colleagues have in of building materials, Merrill in- then a representative had his picture CALOXfor
troduced. It may: be remembered lists it would help rather than hurt in the paper. Underneath was change to

that Senator Morse introduced this their business. The man who builds a caption to the effect that he
same bill in the 79th congress and a rammed-earth house can't afford I be nominated for the upper cham might the tic e/I<<:ion

na mesa usn m tun a it ran op against a stone wan ol any other kind. And he has to buy ber. "Is a senatuh higher than I smile
RHEUMATISMUimSLUMBAGO opposition. U possible, the present iverything-floor, roofing, plumbing representative?" the maid wanted your
congress is more conservative more -everything in fact except the to know. "Yes," Gillette told Efficient Colo woks too ttertt
/ inclined to let business alone this .'alll. which are free except for the "they considered her
are so because 1 Help' remove 6lID..1mOI out
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even the last congress, and althougl ost of the forms and the tamping. senator represents an entire stall all the amoral lasers of you
the anti-trust division of the justice mall a
MerrilTi thesis is that anyone and a representative represents
s department and the restraint of i 2 A special Ingredient la Cuesescootages
willing to acquire the rudimentary district of a state." The maid'inext ...
trade suits may be pressed by this knowledge of building, can build nmUr massage
a question was: "Wen is then wb.idllw.took effect on gam
and other agencies there slmp1rareinsumdent : rammed-earth house himself with anything: lower than a congressman ..kelp* lUke them ttm amt
funds and personnel it :three bedrooms spacious living ?" Gillette is said to have beet ta r.TOM.p you tmH M wab ;
carry through on any wen rgaalzee' lining and cooking facilities and all forced to imply that there Cain iALda
in
*_TNMe 2N NU11l program if not backed by further plumbing and heating equipment for deed nothing lower than was is J- MalGau. w......
a
M Dar1 att.ureglut action from eonrress. less congressman lit r.*r. V tlw..cedkiJ LerJie+
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ALERT. sleek well-mannered
OR W.-RLUgS' l u-3 collie is a credit to his

master Daily brushing keeps his
'>at v groomed:: ; a balanced diet

THE GEORGIA MESSWASHINGTON n am e s. me in ;as eyes.F .

dl1Y guardian and frie&.iI' -
.It was carefully -. ,
dog You want to de t&e very
Cashed up at the tune, but the poLt _it f, r hjn Get all the facts
leal mess la Georgia! might haveceen r .

avoided if the Justice depart T keep your pet & tftvam ...
pent: had gone ahead with a secret : '.-shun food* are r.gsmed to bun.S:
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bea.thy bodtet; BOW tier rangwza
rObe it conducted of the Tat ,:; .-) reat bar aOmeoU belie they b.-
election. :e serious
I A. :Ks plus 20 fHawtntriP leasco oa
Last fall, the Justice department ': ,-c our doc fc tnctn: d 1urTlotf -
tad FBI men making a thorough ..'- booklet "Bow I* BaR art Trtia
check Sour DoC," Sent 36 onto (eat) to
of Talmadge Intimidation and weedy Newspaper serve, Z43 W. ITtaSt.
racial discrimination at the polls. New Tort 11, N. Y. Print your name
This a o.es* booklet title.
tinder recent supreme court
ndfegs now Is the direct concernof :

the federal government and can ? .

be prosecuted as a criminal offense reft "CoLo' SaG'GOT YOUR CHILD?

The FBI investigation showed .

that Talmadge hti sent Instructions -

to the Georgia primary T1GH1' ACNiNG p
d'
polls aimed at preventing Negroes '
from voting. Although the MU 1 S ARF MY ,

evidence was conclusive the SPc'pA1TY!

Justice department finally got

cold feet The case was dropped. n
g
One obstacle the t 1i.R .
Justice department j:_: r. al
ran up against was the fact i_ f ,
that Eugene Talmadge was sick andthey s '

couldn't get to him for Interro

gation. Also son Herman Tabaadge

putbluffed the Justice boas and re-

fused to answer Questions unless a

stenographer was present w. Yit

Final factor, however was the ,c

fear that federal government intervention 3{ 6er Poor little chest muscles all sore and

In Georgia would boom- y "achey" from hard coughing? Quick

fang hurting the very same lib # M E NTHO' A'JU' M Mentholatnm. Rub it on back chest
fcral forces the Justice department neck. Your child wQ like that warm,

wanted to helpMARSHALL'S / I gently stimulating action. Helps lessen
without Irritating chfld
congestion ;
Keep Hearts in Tune With TimesSee 1'7//
..... delicate normal akin. At same timeIs.
WAR LEAK ( rev ,-5es be:..JtIValentine's > _a. comforting vapors lessen coughing.:

One of the most significant things!

to watch regarding the state department Day
under General Marshall wffl i LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU *****************************k

be whether he continues Jimmie U you Jet into a party moodiround

$!yrnes' policy of open diplomacy this time of year, one of the Creamed Oysters in A Good Return on You Money When You
most festive oc- Toasted Bread
Cups
No secretary of state since Charles
casions for a get- Buttered Broccoli Baked Potato
S. Bonds
U
Evans Hughes has been as frank Buy Savings
together can be Combination Salad Bread Sticks
With the
press as Byrnes. Hughes
bandied all press conferences himself on Valentine'sDaj Orange Fluff Beverage ******************************
There are
was a master at giving t npor. -- --
clever
tent background information was so many do yolks of eggs blended with the mixture -
th.ngs you can
generally frank and forthright with food and Pour into center of noodle ring One Great Tobacco jf
Byrnes, while not handling many decorations thatit" and sprinkle with tiny bits of ptmien-
conferences himself went further
to and dash
Just grand a generous of paprika.
than Hughes in making sure that s fan Tomato Aspic Salad. .
Competent state department official a Pleases
(Serves fi to S)
gave newsmen a general picture cdwhat The occasion can be getting together 1H tablespoons plain gelatin ab
was happening inside diplo with friends whom you likeMid
water
H cup
matic negotiations. hardly ever get a chance to have 2 cups tomato Juice sftrlwo Kinds of Smokers !

Byrnes also didn't object to most ver. Or, if you want to honor an en- 1 medium sized onion

news leaks; felt the American peo raged or newly married couple the 1 stalk celery
pie had the light to know about for occasion is perfect. 3 sprigs parsley > for pip* ... .liIIe-tIIe tobacco that oteaas men

sign policy. Be as frilly as you like for this 2 tablespoons vinegar Y pleasure te sic!-tasting,tangst-gentfe Pnnct Aril

However, some of those alleged ;Is a romantic day. Pink and white <4< whole cloves @j) -
ire colors, and hearts I
your your 2 .
close to General Marshall say he teaspoons sugar
nay tighten up on the Byrnes policy rnotf. Arrange furniture in pairs as H teaspoon salt fOi 0g ,
such possible to out the
and crack down on news leaks. This as carry 2 cups mixed chopped vegetables -
of the occasion, and for re .
of course may be unfair to the new |hems fresh ti 1
of based select your sweetest Combine gelatin and water let oK GcfO I
secretary state; for, on hu bshes ; zS4upTAs7YER
own past record Marshall has beer: stand 5 minutes. Combine remaining !!
Hero's good for simple
a menu a
quite a "leaker" himself. In fact Ingredients No r
one cable seized from the files] od 'upper party: except vegetar s 8 N A utv i i iI
Ham a la King la and simmer P n I
the German foreign office now re covered E iI
Teals that General Marshall war Noodle Nest for 15 m. n- My I

woefully indiscreet in the earl) Heart Tomato Shaped San41rlchuDerll' Aspic utes. Strain and : Gut EYE 1oi E iI i
stages of the European war and in pour over gelatin. t
advertently let out important se Food Cake BcverareYou'U Let chill and I '
erets to the enemy want to be certain to use when partially ---

>!miento to carry out the color congealed, add chopped, fresh vegetables -
e e e
tchemt for this occasion, so makes Chill until firm and serve on
;LIDS TAX EVADERS memo to yourself to get a Jar to lettuce with mayonnaise. Heart- Tor my maaey,Pnnc*
tse with this lovely-to-look-at main Albert just can't b.
Some of the nation's biggest shaped molds may be used af-tayt Earl A.choctobccofroatth .
fish: Make a pretty devil's food cake .
black-marketeers and on-the- CarpI. -V know tt.t. ...
make war contractors are get Noodle Nest for dessert and frost with ftuffy \ *
ting away with Income tax: eva- (Serves S) frosting. Use tiny red hearts for fint p t-eDd imok*
I pound noodles the mild cool to the bottom
sion, thanks to snarled-op situation
a lena designDevil's of the bo+rL"
Inside the Justice department Food Cake.
t cup mIlk 2 cops sifted cake flour
}j tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1
teaspoon sodat
Around 300 criminal income I tablespoons catsup salt
teaspoon
4
tax cases are awaiting prosecution I cup grated cheese
with little chance of rapid Cook noodles in bofkcg salted wa- Ita cops granulated or brown

action. Behind them Is another ter until tender, dra!n. Beat eggs sugar
I
1.2M Income tax fraud eases lathe until light and Vr cup shorteningMilk .i ;rc'AKESA

treasury coon ready for combine with R
transmittAl to the bottlenecked al 2 eggs, unbeaten yR(1
noodles and other ;
3 squires chocolate, melted t uGARZ.
6
, justice department )Meanwhile ingredients Pour +
1 teaspoon vanilla
the black-marketeers and certain
Into a well buttered
With butter. substitute or lard, use
war contractors have been
or oiled ring 'IVlEv
with murder i Ta cup milk. With vegetable or
getting away I
mold and set in a RYofZA
o'.Ker
shortening use 1 cup mflk
.
e of hot water.
i pan \ .. Sift flour once; measure into sift PAID
Bake in a moderate -
er with soda salt and sugar. Have
CIirKCH AM LABORIt (350-degree( ) oven for 45 to 60
shortening at room temperature
hasn't been announced officially sunutes until firm. Unmold and fill mix ; i

or stir Just to soften. Sift in
but prominent church leaders are I tenter with ham a la king: J dry ingredients and add *. cup mQk

beginning an important behmd-the- Ham a la King. and mix until aH floor is damp- TV roBed toy own '
scenes study In connection with thegovernment's : (Serves I) ened. Then beat 2 minutes, add with Prints Albert '

efforts to maintain Industrial 34 to 4 cups diced cooked hamS eggs, melted chocolate. remaining for yernrv". "Crimp says cut 4Bra. !

peace. There have been cups rich milk milk and vanilla and beat 1 minute P. A. rolls up quick '

".3 several private meetings recently at I tablespoons finely chopped longer Turn into two 9-inch layer .t a shot. Every oar c -
I which both Protestant and Cathobc pepperS pans which have bottoms lined .tt. is firm easy-

clergymen sat down and traded tablespoons finely cot celery with paper and greased. Bake in a drawin', nod tastes
1 Ideas with industrial and labor 1 tablespoon finely cat parsley moderate (350-degree) oven for 30 richttae! ) ;
: spokesmen on the question of labor Salt to taste mmutes. I

relations. H cap butter or substitute This cake may be mixed by handat

'); While the churchmen deny U cop: flour low speed on an electric mixer

that they are endeavoring toy lii eup mushrooms, huh or Count only actual beating time. Or, Tbfc ?tPfS oi'Ag&5:
canned count beating strokes Allow about .
fac
make religion a "bargaining
H cup pimiento, cut la strips 150 fun strokes minute
,$ tor" la the settlement: of labor per Scrape
a disputes they feel that the t egg YlIbPapr1l.a bowl and beater or spoon often while PRINCEALBERT
mixing.
charckshould play a definite
:
work and Fry celery and green pepper Another type of party for this day
la Improving pay
z
part .
with a little butter. Melt be made .
tlightly may even easier. Use the
standards. They also believe It
remaining butter add flour and stirmtul tomato
aspic with chicken or crabmeat :
; is the duty of the chorea to taJect ;I
of moral { well blended.: Add ma and salad, assorted sandwiches i<
"greater sense
a aDd understand cook until thickened storing con and a heart shaped mold ef Jet I

responsibility stantly. Add ham. celery green pepper cream served with little cakes car
ing" la bargaining between employers mushrooms pimlento and pars- tied out in the heart motif. The National Joy Smoke !
:
' mad
, employees. ;1 Iy. Just before serving add the 1Ul> i.4 by W..t.r K.v* per t akin U__

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I# PAGE FOUR GLADES OOU>. TY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY FEBRUARY; __
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GLADES COUNTY I thinks she has Buck C. on the I i I notebook and a pencil. It instantly fried chicken, she still talks about are having difficulty staying_ oa>their
string? I think there is someone came in use for every one in the Tommy Dorsey or some other Tom- horses. v
DEMOCRAT else that can do the same as she 6th grade. We have finished our my. She also takes a great partin
We are glad to see Bryant Wil-
MOORE BATE FLORIDA is doing now. Can't you, E. M S,! health books and are using the helping our band get ahead ,
Wonder who Glenora thought she notebooks for science notes. Concentrate! There See! I liams back to school.

Entered u second-clan nutter. May had Wednesday night. Could it I II I Since Christmas we have lost told you she wouldn't be hard to
I. Mil at the Poetofttce at Moore I have been David M* three pupils and added one to the guess
Raven Florida under the Act ol '
class.
The
lost
ones we were:
ConcreM r
of March I. 1S97
SPORTS Doris Hargrove, our reporter, before FIFTH GRADE
(Char Clayton) Christmas, moved to Key West;
.. .. I We have Mark R. Tennant
.II. Every" Friday 87 The Moore Haven Terrierettes Judith and Minnie Montgomery two new pupils in our
THE GLADES I'RIXTIVG CO. IBC. I class One pupil, Emory Richard
CARR met the Clewiston Tigerettee on our moved to Clewiston The new boy I Me ..e4
SETTLE. PnblUherTear Howard
,
transferred
from LaBelle.
home court Friday, the %8. This is Eugene Wallace from Clifton,
I 'The other pupil Mary Ann Greene, Real Estate Broker
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was an exciting repetton of our Hill, Missouri. ;
the 24th their court. The class I transferred from Miami GLADES COUNTY LANDS .
Su'urlptl. Rates game of on I is proud of Barbara
O.e r ,"- We were in the lead 11-3 at the I Ann Dvpree because she learned|I Three people in the fifth grade
8U M.ntb. __?__ '1.:,:. half. decision gained some pep 3.1 Bible Terse and next summer are in the band. They are looking 607 Congress ftldg Miami Fla,
-we lost some and lost the game I she will get to go to camp for two i I forward to their trip to Sebring and I
1415. weeks. I Fort Myers. Linda and Mrgiata' ,

The starting Une-ap was: For- I 1-- _nnn
I wards, Joyce: Click, Dot Griffith and l'ERo.OX.\UTY: I 4JwsaeaS
fJv1EANDEWNGSBy Opal RantenoB. Curds: Louise i This week we have a lovely
Carr SdtU Rauterwn. Elite Story sad Jessie !young lady for a subject who with
Bra..... !her light brown hair, brown eyes From where I sit... ty Joe MarshLem's

Goose pimples, chattering teeth aid scraping the sky with tht-
aid the odor of moth ball were SIXTH GUIDE height of 5' 7" to well-kaown and
aU la order Wednesday and Thursday (Carl Griffith) well-liked by everyone who knows
when after a very beautiful Before Christmas we ordered a her I Dogs vs

and _tfefactonr winter to date microscope and when we came backto After interviewing this gal, we
mawone left the north gate open school it was ready and waiting! found her favorite subject U anything i Thad's Chickens :..
aad let in some of those North Pole for our use The Coca-Cola com- that has the name of Tommy. 1.
...... There was an icy wind pany gave everyone in school a While eating her favorite food,
all day Wedaeaday and a tooquiet136erntng Running a newspaper, you get at Andy Botkin' Carden Tavern
yesterday with a beautiful T I to know a lot about human nature.over a friendly glass of beer.

(1) frost blanket. Just howmuch Thad Phipps was in the other From where I sit, anyone can
damage was really done JOHN H. MALOY, JR. day, all burned up.Wanted me to find something in his neighbor to
e around the lake remain yet to te 1'( IILIC *CCOt>TANT run an item on how Lem flartin's complain about. (Some folks nay
seen, bat it was too much Federal Tax Consultant xOTARY Pt'HLiC dog had raided his chickens again, even disagree with Thad's right to

This morning started out nice INCOME T.t% and ought to be put away by lav. enjoy that glass of beer with Lem!)

and warm but II this is written the OCIAL SECrnlTv-WITr1110LDING-ESTIMATD DECLARATION I told him: "Lem was in on But where would we be if everybody

sky is overcast, its getting colder AND OTHER FEDERAL TAXES Saturday. Said yon shouldn't be tried to have a law passed
minute and I'm reminded of
by the allowed to keep those chickens so against everything they disagreed -
the radio commentator this morning nothin' February 12, 13, 14 and 15 dOle to hIs house-and. la a teswith? We wouldn't have many
who aid we "ain't seen
yet" for the grandpa of all cold J. M. Couse Office Moore !Haven 6enUaIloue, at that" neighbors left

sf ells is promised by the weatherman Re*. >o. 1, E, Center st. at Circle, sebring, Fla. Phone 130-W Thad shuts right pronto '
even In Florida. The weather- then. evening I sea rJo1 1'm' ,A" .-.
man has been wrong, of course, but Formerly Internal Revenue Officer .him making hit peace with Lem. 4
he gueeeed our temperature withina Ten Years-Florida Territory .-. ..- --... .-. ... .

fraction of here yesterday -
a degree I Coorrifht,1947.Uiuttd State Brewers Fcwwteww
so I'll pay enough attention to
keep the stove in working order.

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A lot of sugar cane has been raised .... /:_
in the past couple of weeks along : : : '
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Main Street but so far we haven't "'.i, "t-r ',., t
had any report of the actual acreagein r.I.. .. 't'Ac'1'r" ,,,: ..
the ground. Dut a lot of land / .
has been prepared and it is proba- /t -
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ble that there will be a sizeable // crIlAmOrlC8 uillwelcome tne ,
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acreage in this area by next fall. / .t _. :.
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mill folks due back -
The sugar are (
next week. sometime and Sere's hop I 1 NEWEST ': .; #.
ing they have a pocketful of contracts CHEVROLET > ':
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ready for the farmers to I ] ;
feign. And all details buttoned up :
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to assure the construction of the .
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mill very abortly.Whatever J f ,. ,. 'f. ,. .; >> ....... .. ,. ._- .
'happens we'll have to I .-, :'j 1" .,t,, )'
i i I always thank the sugar interestsfor ', t. 11 '.: ; ::f ". .I ..,_, ....;......
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having caused enough of a '
furore to start folks improving their r v -

property The filling in of vacant l' ....
4 lots has become a very lucrative industry
t for Jim Lee who is loading
t and hauling it and for Frank Yaun !
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whk selling It. The only ones TiLJZt

who'll complain about this fillingin :rA
I will be the cows for the city t
\ pasture is being cut down every day
i a4 at the present' rate of progress
\ the bovine population will be de-
peswE.M shortly OB garden plots awl
efcrabbery entirely for subsistent

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Doat forget the dance tomorrow
night at the gymnasium Maybe .. ..... lmcLiJLIL -........ ,
serve of .8 are too oW and decrepit'
to do much violent shaking of the
nether appendages but you tan' ; :

get a kick out of buying a ticket, a.' : .
listening to the musk and watching ,.
the antics of the younger generation
In fact when you see some
of these jitterbugs in action you'll
i! probably decide that jour Joints See it and you seeBIGCAR

will still stand the strain of a sedate
waltz or fox trot. And if you can't
-. go, buy a ticket anyway. It'll go QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTnow
to a fund for aiding some child,
'. perhaps your own, to have the made
even hixxcr-looking.
-. chance to walk again after being even better-lodking

stricken with polio. ; even more beautiful and desirable in I ;

every way .i:. :
taleteet.SCHOOL i I .' .
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DAZE i! 0= Today, we and all other Chevrolet dealers are displaying the : ,

I -.f aeation of America's largest producer of newest .., ;$; .. '
automobiles-the .
new Chevrolet <#
STAFF ,

Editor __. ..__-_-__. .._ ??7TAssociate ) i for 1947-offering }'ou an even greater measure of BIG-CAR QUALITY ** ",;;
Editor Rettie Robinson ; C AT LOWEST COST! f J
4 Snooper _u ____ ??????I .,., j'S
1 Sports --.-.._ Char Clayton _; ___ See it and will .
1 r Tommy Wayman 1 you agree that.it's the biq, rst.lookin? and b :"''' ; .
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Personalities Opal RaalersonKathtorea ..;- rolet ever built Its more UaafiJ in both insider : f 3
every way It'i '
'r .d.
McLaughlln 't des'b"eIto ... ,
Campus Rover T. Jean Dnprtv .nt.sty.nt.ralnt,,_out-sari all other cars in its field. And above C.J ,

Typists _Bath__ CIoe Ilrtlie Robinson I f..,t,. all, it reveals that sterling Big-Car quality-in every phase and. feature. in ... J .

Doyle Ball I every pan and pound of m1ter -*hich buyers is
agree exclusive to vet
Jews DapreeMise p !SOH Chevrolet in its } :. t
1 price range. Yet here's the J.u'tsl- riceJ fa in its field!
Si'o. or Dot Williamsonfi.t.tsOie : f_
Make it a point to this .
see
newest Chevrolet I
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W. have quit going around / "f.:1: II !
together* Could it be on accountof .
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Annie R. T.'. brother? --........
Who does Annie R. T. go with
now? Could It be David M.? hristie-
Wonder why Altave M, D. is so
happy these days* Could. it be .n it
account'of Buck C.?

What _certain girl at Lakeportj HONE 87 CL WISTON. FLORIDA

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I ;e 01 oa DC co DUD D Iia II D U au U aa aa D eo 01 01 co C CD C-U Hi L, M. Lilly 1
community mission A letter sent out this week to this post-war field. Get full detail
I chairman and Mrs. Mack Greene social friends and prospects' states without obU &tioa. at roar nearest .;:
leader. <(
i I PERSONAL The next meeting is to be February Comeau Building ,
and SOCIETY \ I 17 at the home of Mrs LIlly. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA 1t 1
A Royal Service program was FOR .4LE-..-..., trailer Good I

I After the meeting those gtTen.j eeSUkion Most be seen to be, PREFABRICATED HCTMEXT 1-

i.- .-A.. ;.:-:. ,-.-. . ........... u. .u. .. .. .. . adjourned to lira Moore's home and MeEwea.appreciated Moore Price $11M. J. P.1. 16 x 46. J27JOO; 1C s 48, $i2LM.Debtnry .
; a a a C D C 0 e Dee 0 0 D .0 0 Mrs. Moore served toffee and doagb- Haven Trailer .i
in 1-16 days. G. E. Fltnt'ing. -
Mr and Mrs. nets to those It,.
I h Mr. and Mrs H. E. Randall. ..-. w ,.... a .1. F. UcL f W. L.&IL esma brawl, :Mra..I
are and A. L. Cram of I
I3. C. Swindall, Mn. W. T. FOR S.LE
I i 8 wore ia town Ball. Mn Ladies Bicycle: dee
ea baciaeasMn
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: ...,.. W. L Wetheriactoa. Mrs Grease Audrey Coulter. Up.OPPORTUMTIE .,TK-\CTOK WORK WANTED':
I Mrs H Ethertoa and Mra. W. L
Viola
Baadatl. Mmi Boa D. C. Mitchell. Reese Hauaa 1
Bryant, and to the
deamaa. Mr
101' Emery Randall 1
sad Ben Lilly Fred Jeaktes MSIX&S > mile E. ef brtd
j ." of Pert Laaderdale spent I Mack Greeae. e. lift

: with Mr aad Mrs. H. E. and Rev Moon R&UII 1a I,,E'--:

'I ... Mn. Randall remained II lITR..Ki.'TE :1 \GUXB1,1) TRVCKCR.\XQ -
UM A BOBERfb Flak ,This
I'AIiTy
opporttmUv
high par ad-|
a ioacer vmit with her .. and .
aI 0P1fRTYI1.A1- TMtRiDt1' veacement security aDd fervice ttoss' : work wanted by day or coatract.Phflip .
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I coomrjA ruing prof.**u n yet I! I
I i P. McCwea .1 i young men who can meet the highest Gray. 1831 \. Pal...,,
a former resident
Linda Roberts standard Rfcn-u.Ho sports eater-)I
r- entertained taiumi'Bt aDd travel opportunities in.Lake Worth, Fla. Jan 3-1_
umber ef Uutejprieada at a part

i l .r.B.---- Thursday afternoon, die occasion -
re- betag her ninth birthday aajuvenary. 0
to .
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Games were played during the afternoon -
I I' Yawl hto borne and favoxu of t1trt sad Get the Habit of Shopping! at
Moata De Oca rf Jaetoos-!
I'I haiooas were given. Refreahmeats
visited Mr. and Mra. H. CMoaday .
of btrthday cake and fee cree.8en'fJ4. were
]i ataqaooa and night.3Yaaby .

I Waymaa. Jrof Miami. Attending were: San Ceekuey.Fraakie The IB
the week-ead at kit home here. '
..... Randan. Eric. HowdeaheB.Eleaaor .
J. S.
...7 afteraooa Waiiagham from a returned visit in! VoweU. ..... Tackier "''Fa mil} l P FortMyers
Grace
I and Dorcas BaD Sae Settle
..... Texas., where eke was
Cheryl Sheridan. Johnnie Jenkins, Dept.
a few weeks the .
ago by
menD Taylor and Jerry RMerta.W I
Uteeaa of a brother who .n'I.'I. y, r s
Javcoved at this time Store" Fla.
.. Baker, a safer of Mr. H\s MRKTIM3WITH :
MRv F\H\\M
.'., retaraed with her Will-I 4e
...... Ttolt lens .
) The Woman's Society of Christian

] Service mef Wednesday night with Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More
CARD OFTH\\K;
I Mra. L. E. Faraam and aa interesting
BUT FROM OUR C.\T.\LOG-Oyt'r
NXMKW ItemsHOMOGFNIZED
program oa "Children of theWertd"
We wish to apses oar atacere
arranged by Miss Myrtle
and aoafttett appre rotes ...IGB -- ..
1 oar ...,...., Meads oat ftIa- was enjoyed.Mn iii. .
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J. A. Muffias played as an
for thetr tIM deeds words of
open tag selection "Brahms LunaIry" -!!
and boaattfal floral offer .'
and also represented the chil
a the leas of oar beloved hat
Area of Mexico with folk songs in1 i
: and rather.
Spanish and customs of the conn-
Mrs. J. W. Cram sad Family
try Mrs. D. C. Mitchell represented -

: I I'; SOX BORN several the children poems: by of Africa negro and authors read; VITAMIN] 'D' i MILK

Mrs W. s.. Baseman represented the
< : and Mrs. D. L. Samoers a&-
Indian
children and was attired in
the birth at a baby boy Other
an Indian costume She also told And Alfas Products
: seven and three-4artrs
: stories about the. Indian children
at the home of Mrs. J. S.
I Pictures of the ':doses countries! AVAILABLE AT YOUR
on Monday The yoKg Ii
: under discussion were flashed ont
has been named Lynn DavM.
large screen showing the pro- GROCERY AND .

f grew of ....io1I work. As a closing
: ) GIRLS number the grasp Joined hand and -rteDRUG STORE "' *
WITH MRS. LILLY .
J .- u.ng. "Bleseed. Be the Tie That
: : |I Binds"
Intermediate girls class of
The hostess served date cake
: Baptist Sunday School suet with LFAPhone
coffee and cocoa to thirty members
ir teacber at her home Tnes4ay
: .. After a sho.., sbe'Sit1P3s and guests.
; ... wkieh: ..p.tod w ... de-
1 1 fb. -amar was $. jfcat ia Dance That A Child CREAMERY CO,

: I ... a* I
May Walk At School
I: were..... to 20 Belle Glade Fla. and J
ir'i i !I Dvpree Annie Peart Bry i Gymnasium SaturdayAll ,

I I Oerothv JIM Cwytoa Nelda: West Palm Beach, Fla.

: : I Phyllis Howdeshell Alice t Nel is in readiness for the first!
1 Stella Mae Bay. Batty Strick infantile paralysis fund d&nrpo I
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yean and the committee in hare. 1 1

__1II"OItt' ("', K. ENJuVt. *Mrs H. c. Keenan' and Mm tint .- '
-n\'t: ; PABTYMembers Gram. report that ticket sales !11.Tet'y *: I I -- -

been good and that a ni<
of the aheaart Christ- crowd te expected The rtnnci t":: :

BadiHTor Society sajsysd a ***- be ta tae scfcoel gy-lDDali'J1Im R..:.d r
) party Taeaday etmrtaa at th. admission will be S2 per roupn > I

I --1t7 school hoaat.Mra. Male wID be by the 5ugsriarSfiitiauduu >': FLAMINGO

I J. s.Qtek dtoacted the of dewtaftm under itdirertfbn .. 4

which resisted atmatch- ef C. A. *TX c" Yon ai.Miss i1. .
"'. 11a." Captd's cram quest Geneva Taielen to soloist T1-"

: and sty ....en. "apeB down" orchestra, shoe its format tot '-. ; -
rtante in and a bean. ros- oral moat ha ago has placed r '

Priam were woe by Miss I vtrt.alicy an daces held in CUntea .1

Stewart and Miss Kath Closenrtreaammrts ateee that time and to reported f DAIRY FEE

ef esefctoa aad cold lte| be exosatmaany ..... : 1I 1-

!1 wen ...... Join tae growl for'enmt oft I

Those nrsepnt were the Mi 8W'" fan aad frolic tomorrow night and ,
| and Concentrated Feeds
I .. Roughage
!' *? Stain. Joyce C'II' *. Germ if it to luiimeslbli! for you to stt rd ;
'" LaufOl'd. Gieaora MeDaffle buy a ticket anyway That tit hetmay ,

'! Holland Min Stewart, Miss beta sometime to assure your I I I Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users IH I

i< Mildred Close. Maawa CUd.I child of treatment for polio I
I n Rook Barbara Back, SIItri FOR SALE IV THIS AF.E% AT DEHTDRllttfG PLANT: K

i| Russell, Mrs Click.. jerry Lakeport Group To i I MOORE RAVEN

<*en. BUT *tewart. JSmmie
: ". Doyle }Ball Billy B..ta.oa Organize Church l j jI WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

; Donald Farua. MOORE RAVEN, FLORIDA

Br Pansy Reed Click > i
PT1 N ORGANIZE VOUM Sunday. Feamarv t. will be a('I ;

) ,\ ': .\rxiLHRY red letter day for the little

munity ef Lakeport. for on
i.. young women of the Baptist will held eom-I'
I day. services be for 1 i ic
not at the borne ef Mna purpose of oreaaixiag a :

; K '->r? on Mondav night. Jan be known as the "Church of Christ.'.*

for the purpose ef organ n- tae first one to he established in I
:, \Bung WoaiD's AaxiUarv Glades Ceaaty

t>rod b. the Woman's MaMftoaarv For lD&Q.n now a group of Coleman &
, of the First Baptist Church faithful Christian' has been banded FryGENERAL

\ romplete organisation was not I together and has been conducting -
( hut the following officers<< a Bible Seaeol l at akeport' each

f tern sere alJPO....: Presi-j' I Lord's day The Bible School I was

Jessie Ruth Branfian.; rice-'!! organised by the late W S. Click ta CONTRACTORS \

I >d &t and publicity ehairmau, 1928, assisted by his brothers, John

Hewdeahell; secretary-treas and Herbert. With the exception .
Joy Summers: program chair fit brief iatervate the Bible 9eae4

Martha IMwd met ia the home of Mr and Mrs.

next mieUag. will be held on W S. Click from the time It was Commercial and Residential ConstructionWILL

Y ...... Feb. 1'. at the boa organised until their house barn-

Martha Dowd I d tat 1942 after which time tae
BE LAD TO FtRNI.H PLANS AXD E T1MTESO
meeting place war transferred
: W. :M. >v HOLDS :he roramnaHv setaol house whi \ AVT JOB
:\ .\T CHURCH I the group is boliNait its nosloiii tal
i :br'v 'ect tim* The aosep '

; : Baptist W. M. S. met at the!'I ttiidiiB'- m4c"" forty aad Phone 1 188 Clewistont
Manday ereatac far a ]sat- with a maximum attend aaee adspecial

1 oeettaB. Mrs. J. W Cram was, ; occasion* mtiEree as nifh,I.

second Tice-president M-s : as iitT and >KC'iyr- laa' :.
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By Fashioning Own Lampshades If a washer on the faucet is not ||I In soldering, remember that the

1 replaced, long usage may cause j i metals to Be joined must be heated -
some damage to the seat Then to the melting point of the solder

i either the entire faucet must be replaced before it will "take" properly.

-6 I / [rlla J-lafey By PAUL MALLON or the seat must be redressed -I I -.-
y a tiresome job and one Bake crust for pumpkin pie a
I that requires some skill. few minutes before adding the fining
t If i
you've had your heat on Just
; Released by Weiteza Newspaper Union. -.- to unpleasant sogginess. -
f long enough to notice the perma- I Flannel Dress I i prevent
t pent film of soot that has gathered GEN. MARSHALL WELL FITTED When doing embroidery work, I _._
i ver many of your furnishings, then TO DEAL WITH RCSSIA wind thread on metal adhesive I I
I It's time to freshen up the house. WASHINGTON. The Marshall plaster spools. Insert in spool I When baying new hosiery mark
I Ionic special offenders frequently appointment brings to International case and leave end of thread stick each"pair at the top with a few

i Art the lampshades. leadership, and possible successionto ing out In this way you can find tiny stitches of thread. Use different -
: No homemaker whether she is the presidency an entirely new the color you want without opening colors for each pair. When ;
the spools. No more tangled washing several pairs at a time, i
J fastidious or just plain neat, ever win political force. Where Byrnes was
permit a soiled lampshade in her schooled entirely In the trading and thread either. there's no trouble matching them. t

i 1 home. Naturally there are some compromising of congresses, General -
which simply will not respond to Marshall studied it the political NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS !
t cleaning after a certain stag has objectivity of the army, distinguished
Men reached, or they have become himself as an administrator i I

1C faded and weary that nothing who would not easily changehis Pineapple Square Has Many Uses
i inert of drastic means will solve mind. He even resisted ChurchIll j
i the problem. and the British in war council

Making lampshades at home is i. when his policy demanded it. (The Pi.Whether capple square you mate or MM many at, *teem.*. tara aW*
,- really a simple problem. You have 1 British have interpreted the appoint- cachet vou'U proudly ..*. Fatten WIt
the frame, and the rest Is ,Just a ment as a further American turn has directions.

patter of choosing the right fabric S/ to the right, although this is a gross t"Duo rent to condition an ummaBr, snghtfr large more demand tans tat If {
for your room, and fitting it. Now, over-simplification.) Marshall attended le, .;utr'd in Ailing orders for a few of tfc.
t don't let this last be your stumbling nearly all the international t tf tl + ; I"1" 1 1 ;: .5; popular pattern number

block, because it's really easier than conferences and thus is acquainted Send jour order to:

fitting a dress. You can pick up the with the background of current Sewing Circle Netfflftrift Dept.JS4 1!
lampshade and Just go at it easily diplomacy, although he was con- W. Randolph St. Chicago M, EL j
using your pins generously to tack cerned in the conferences primarily w ,,: '. 1111h Enclose 29 cent for pattern.No !

the new lampshade on, and then with military aspects. In short, he i
stitching it on. is suited by temperament and trainIng Nam.Addres.
And, of course, you always can and to some extent by Intimate I
use paper or fabric and paste this : experience, to take the second
en over the lampshade you now have post of American government I

>r on the frame, and it's as easy This dress and Jacket costume To classify him accurately you
11 doing up paper dolls. The main I by a New York designer uses have only to look into and behind,
requisite is keeping the work mathe- pink flannel for the dress with a his report on China, made the This Home-Mixed !
matically precise in measurements tame day as announcement of his
simply styled high neck and
and then neatest tech- Marshall sent Relief Is I
using your short sleeves and a stitched yoke new appointment was Cough
in after fit- to China Mr. Truman to handle
Hique pasting or sewing by
effect on the bodice. It is belt-
the completely impossible situation Truly Surprising
ting.
ed In the same pink and black
Wrapping or Wallpaper wool used for the Jacket printed between the rightwing Kuomin- So Easy. >o Cooklnf. Kg Sartor. II
and the Communists. Therehe
with Peruvian charms. tang You may not know it. but In you
May Be Used for Covering met world politics in the raw. own kitchen you can easily preparea I
We have all at one time or anotherrun No one thought he had a chance of really surprising relief for coughs
wind seam binding or a bias of the due to colds. It's old-taahloned-TOur I
solution that he
only
finding
into wallpapers a
wrapping papers or ; mother probably used rt-but for real
which we thought would be same fabric as the shade around the might contribute objective advice result Its hard to beat. I
the perfect choice for a lampshade, wires of the frame. while looking out for American in- First make a syrup by stirring Scups
but somehow we never were quite Another decision you must make terests. (The Communists then were granulated sugar and one cup j
of water a few moments, until dissolved. -
able to figure out how to put themto before actually covering with fab- trying to get us to withdraw so they No cooking needed. It's u
use. Here's a foolproof plan for ric and cutting the shade is whetheror could win China.) trouble. Or you. can use corn syrup or
making these shades fit not you want.the edges finished UNDERSTANDS CHINA liquid hOl:1e: ,.Instead of sugar syrup.
with a double fold, decorative rib- Then get 1H ounce of Pines from
1\ To make a pattern for the shade His report' said the Kuomlntang any druggist This Is a special compound -
bon, fringe braid. This will make
lay some large pieces of brown or dominated of proven Ingredients In concentrated
by
a
government was
trapping the a difference in the size of the shads form, well known for
or on "
paper newspaper
J : itself and you may not have fabricto group of "reactionaries, which everyone quick action to throat and bronchial
knows is true. He charges 570 Irritations.
waste in trimming off later.
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it with subtle indirect devastationof Put the Pines into a pint bottle,
Always assemble be-
fore start to work everything the his efforts, which is Just about YOUR favorite pineapple design and fin up with your syrup.Thus you
you as job make a fun pint of splendid cough
Q requires concentration, and you can- what it has done to all previous ef- this square of dozens of syrup and you get about.four times
ie not stop and look for something when forts for adjudication. He charges uses. Crochet one and you've a u much for your mone,. It Beretspoils.
the Communists with frustrating a 'doily; three a scarf; twenty a Children lore its .wonder
you are trying to do a good job of And for quick relief it's a
fitting. peace agreement, says the govern- cloth. ft loosens the phlegm soothes the irritated
Fabric shades may be lined or un- : pent believes (apparently he thinks membranes,eases the soreness,
1t It true also) that the Communistswould makes breathing easy, and lets you
lined kind
the of
; depending upon ma- Americans Spend HundredMillions ret restful sleep. Just try It.and If not
Into democratic Chinesegovernment
terial used. If stretch the fabric go a !.
you pleased,your money will to refund*
to the shade, it must always be only "with destructiveintentions" on Lotteries, Etc.
lined. Select the lining fabric care- to revolute it into a com-

I fully as this is right next to the munist government This condition Between 1935 and 1940, Amer- that makes folks
he rightly sees as a stalemate but
NEWS
light, which will give fabric a
glow. any he advises one hope: icans spent on foreign lotteries and sleep all night! j
\ rosy
sweepstakes approximately$1,000- ThtneuHi* BOW sleep vndattfrbed becMM of
( As you stretch the fabric over the "The salvation of the situation 000,000 annually about twothirdsof the new that than being awakened sight alter
shade pin it carefully to both top would be the assumption of lead- slAt wicu .. from btoditr tmlatte*. net Brigbltn your dub room which went to racketeers, says .left hope eo!Tfeat'a.a eonditioa Foley
and bottom. Make certain the fab- ership by the liberals in the Collier's. Besides the millions of Piili anaDy allay withia 24 hour Since bladder
Joor. Paint the edges of the lamp ric really stretches and use a bias government and in the minority ;tickets sold on fake drawingsmore initttk.Fcley U Fide.o prevalent mart benefit MM!jtw Foley with FIBe,. 24 topotent.
frame white, and while the paint is cut. Pin and re-pin the shade several parties, a splendid group of than 40 per cent of those soldon boon or DOUBLE YOCB MONEY BACK.
roll the frame the times until are certain but who lack the Make S4-ko tmt G_Fold P31 from drac-:
Itill wet, across you men, as yet political real lotteries were counterfeits. ,i.t. Full iati f. tfoa or DOUBLE YOCR
t newspaper. that the fabric lays smooth as silk on power to exercise a controlling Twenty-five per cent of the . MONEY BACK.
Make certain that you turn the the frame. Then overcast the fabric influence... lie wants Approximately 25 per cent of the

,t shade evenly, particularly if the to the frame as you would with a them to back Chiang Kal-shek genuine tickets sold on such opera-
shade is not round. The wet paint paper shade and trim as desired. for "unity good government. tions as the Irish Hospital Sweep I JtfL1L '1J.oWt.JJ.dJ.wl.I1l
leaves a mark on the paper that can For lampshades with petticoat ruf- stakes were worthless, as the I
t, be used as a guide for cutting either fles, use any of the dainty organdiesor Here is a perfectly clear test of agents here destroyed the stubs
Marshall in politics. Confronted witha j l $ wndLs
paper or material lampshade. various printed fabrics. Thesein and pocketed the money. au UJL
I Cut the pattern as soon as the many cases may be unlined, but corrupt reactionary dominationand
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I.. paint dries leaving enough at the it's a good idea to test the fabric a Communist revolution he
edge so that the shade cover can be against the light so you will know chooses a group of young. liberalsfor
joined properly. The paper shade what to expect when you have the "good government who are not a' to
then may be attached to the frame shade made. Intertwined with either, but despise .3
and held with paper clips while you The ruffle which you are using both. Only for propaganda purposes J
stitch the top and the bottom by must be cut three times as large as could a cockeyed British Socialist
overcasting or by sewing on a braid the circumference around the shade. or a completely blind Communist i A
Pleat or gather this and join the misinterpret this advice as indicatIng

ing.Never throw away the top or bottom ends. rightism, or anything except the 1
rings from old shades as these Heavier fabrics such as draperyand best interests of the people of
un be used to make fabric shades. slipcover material also may be China. If China is to extricate
If you want to make a pleated paler used for lampshades, but these are itself from chaos it will come to his .
shade, this will have to be cut best made like the paper shades proposition-and it will eventually. 4
z
I more tailored and trim. Do not attempt OUR POLICY 'COMMON SENSE t& 4J

to put ruffles on them. Now Marshall is coming to the ,1- w.

Irst mate's Job near the helm her

I it a time when this continent preserves '
Trim Your FabricsIf ,
Just about the only free capitalistic -
-p
you're doing some trimming democracy left In the world. .- !
about the household, you'd be sur- Britain is going through bankruptcy _
i prised bow easy it is when you In socialism, which thus far has / / II
have the know-how. In making proved itself inadequate to product

i + pompons for hats or dresses or enough for its people to live. Europe t ::1
ee other purposes, use embroiderytwist (the eastern half) is sick of com- -
(thread), novelty knitting munism already and seeking a stable -

thread or yarn. Cut two circleson democracy amid difficulties x, "if
cardboard with a hole in the which may be prolonged. Russia

center of each. Thread needle and has effectively isolated herself from Rub In Ben-Gay around throat and nose, keepingaway J
pass around the holes and the world and made herself inef- from
eyes. Gently warming Ben-Gay brings fast
51.j", year we lsrpabda around cardboard until a thick fective in a world commerce, in the relief from miseries cf head colds. Insist on tenu1m
layer is formed all the way world air, upon the world seas- Ben-C ay,the original Baume ADal& sique.contains 1
b a circular shape before pleating. around. The thicker the layer maintaining a superficial world for- up to 2y tunes more of two famous pain-relieving ;
fitting properly in this case is of the fluffier the pompom. Cut the midability in politics only "She bat agents known to every doctor-methyl talkylat "
fee utmost importance. Here again thread between the two card nothing but brass.It and menthoI-than five other widely offered rub-ins. ,
the pattern trick described boards, remove them, holding
use above and make sure the pattern threads firmly in the center and waat is that clear inferior our people stuff do not Mss for rah ...U RfESsUTB H9SOIWE.ankh STUB '!(
are confronted -
iU before you actually cut the shade tie a thread to secure them at with maintaining princI- Ask f.Mid KefrCn far CUdra. .I'

itself. that point Clip edges of thread.To ples of individual human freedom 1
make fringe, buy it by the 1J
Lined Shades Require around the world In difficult J t
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gabrie
yard or ravel threads from the 'times, as wen as our national
Different 'Technique material you are using. Cover Interests. Our people will never
Fabric shades should be stretched the top of the fringe with tiny take those political means

tIght on the frame you use for braiding or overcast it. Then whatever happens, bat will find 1
them but before you actually place comb to make it straight < their way This b not rightUm

hhe fabric on the frame, you must I bat slmoU common sense.
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D J Tax Refunds to Cover Portal/ Polish Claims The smiling, confident young mau 1

Asking a woman her are is Should the U. S. oppose Polish entered a }New York bank Ht ::
like buying a second-hud cat claims to the 40,000 sure miles d desk. i

I -the speedometer's been set Awards; Study Enemy's Food former eastern German territory stepped"Good up day to, the sir,"manager's be announced. '

back, but JOB cant ten bow taken over by the Poles under the bank need of a
"Has

far. Needs; Congress to Press Probes faces Potsdam a stiff agreement fight with, this the Russian country highly"your intelligent, any college-trained J.

A ?
pessimist
according to man .
bloc. With the U. S. the
Beleued fey Westtn Xevcpapn Calm bringing
George Bernard Shaw is "What kind of a position are yet
; a t}:lItToaJ WoTac: Wbe. .spinier an eryeee.ed b per cl..... they an 0.... siWester full force of its prestige into play, .
man who thinks everybody as Jieyqapew I... teem .al7ste eel ..I.eceraray .t Ut1s .eempeet.) however, it may secure modiicatica: seeking? asked the manager."WeB
l' nasty u himself, and hates I cf the Polish claim or cudgel out ," mused the yoeag mas,
them for itLeading "I want something m the exec
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PORTAL other concessions from the Reds.
: I L Flame Restores Sight true tine. A vke-freadency foe -
a doj's life maya Tax ReliefThe Poland served notice of its determination example."
torn a man into a wolf. to permanently affix the
burden of portal to portal new territory at the foreign The manager; put down his pen
Already blind in his left eye, Rich deputy "
i What I say is, life ain't aO back pay willlar.dt'; be shouldered ard HeberV 22-year-old Purple Heart ministers' meeting to London. cil. Tm really very sorry. bt

you want, bet it's all you by U&cle Sam when, and it anion bearer of Chicago had been told by called to lay the groundwork for the said sarcastically "bat" we haw

i 'are; so 'ave it: stick a members are awarded their substantial army doctors that he might lose the Big Four conference in Moscow ia twelve XTce-presjdeuts.

geranium in yer 'at an' be claims against industry asa sight of his right eve as well within March to formulate a German The young man waved a hand.
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{ *PPJ.-Lyman P. PoweD.c result of Secretary of flit Treasary 1C years. treaty. Since given control: of the "Oh. that's all right" he statesbapprly. "

;1 Snyder's BTtnouncemffyt that At ir.e fr. ::t Hebertd :d had territory at Potsdam the Poles said Tm not superstitious'!

sash outlays are deductible against been rr.1:. Ha :-ua: bcca r t ,:r te; ; they have moved 1,383,000 German --- --- -
taxes levied in the year? i !Sected _' Ii: t.> j (' .a t.-i 1: i I o..: and 3.500.000 Poles in.
liimfa* of'India Protect Because portal :.: kJ, cia -
4 P F-C : .-< _...._ '- '-" Nub of the disagreement lies in CLASSIFIED
Amnutk and So Starve wig be liable u t&\&::ot.. r-- the Pc'.es': contention that they werled
ever, fte C. S stare.:: ?, trec. -. r rr t to understand tRy were given

tOme of the refaadf ;r. := sons.some >> iA fJT rt"2Yer the territory at Pets- DEPARTMENT
Trmq lbstit history, half of a9 :: taxes. IE r-. nces ie .
< r.jST. ':1 ..a'TZ'le U: S., on the other hand,
de Sibs $nan starvation have beea ..- adze-. rf
claims MISCELLANEOUS
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portal r-r.; :: ,.. ds; ir.it they were merely given
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are among the Hindus dollars per worker. -' = ng trpm .; t ter: n-.--a-::, administrative central, -a.J C'TmGATBon
of India, reports Collier's.As )-- ... Cut ar.yOlWair S.'nplP-E.. T.mAi
to a peaty t.a ..: the ,0 '. with the question;: of GenaaBy's final Save MateMooey Senc Si eti tr
their reiiciae teaches: them to wartime rates. i' 't" postK-ar bcrders to be settled at a 5.. &I*. E. CJaetrM.lia.

seined(' aDd protect animal life, Under Snyder's r.umg thai mi-is- ''S peace cr:-ierence. As matters Hud

tttgr Dot only allow monkeys, rats try could dairr. credits on taxes -\f. f the Piles: have a good chance to ra- SEEDS, PLANTS ETC._

and other pests to eat and damage paid in fie years for which pc talc mist of the territory. IWad .,........ walHmel wed, ce:5edw
..
..
.AIIaJt.-- .cow-
their crops, but al>; : use much ofGIeir demands: wore granted eon:pa .cs peas.ceemiae e. suer. sees ( aestlr4.eaia.
food to rr.r..r.: animals m would be able to take advantage ofhifh dff- BASEBALL: E

tIII Je9s. among t: ;:-. being abaci rates sad excess profits lees ":-:.:

__,800 ben: _....:C.i af the war years. At the same t....ne Big FellerI Buy and Hold Your

world be entitled to a 6 .' f I
they per I How times do clanger
Interest the c: .. .:rt- U. S. Savings Bonds
neat: on money \ In 189 Denton (Cy Young, the
e.3y from them to cover their tax: ci them aB
r greatest pitcher signed,
IidIiIitiu. with the Cleveland Indians for
... cp
FOOD : 2,000 a year after a baruer season Gas on Stomach

: the saarner before when be won 29 .........i w.hr tr tbnhte r.w wr Lot:
i Enm'Y NeedDedaring ".' ., .....n and lost if.A2nost -pa.---..._------. waH.t irceeew.r rmtr,

Y d that the U. S. could not !! 50 years later, 28-year-old t----.
boiler door restored .w..qmwrr_--taw_ B.. _
t Flame from
& n to permit the Ai'erican flag ; Bobbie Feller aH-ttn strikeout -. he 1 iWOMV. betd we aesre..-, e ai
; sight of Richard Hebert, shown w -oo., .r.n born_ear ..r sear
king, to tams with the
came saint
..
Bjohenwald.farmer r a a..t ayes.
cVHI to Sy over a gigantic .
with wife. Charlotte
President Herbert Hoover Cleveland Indians far 1947 for basis

undertook another survey of food : ptal-rfd r,,-I.re t-eir.g: traded by a pay of $50.000 and bonuses based on i..

seeds in the U. S and British occupation I shell! expi.-s l :'r. upon hs return to attendance that could bring his net
tip to $. .OOO. He is to receive an
PlJ.l.
zones it Germany.In action: as an infantryman. FOR
I when adult home attendance
extra $7,590
addition to providing for es- Back l hJrr.e. Hebert kept a std \)
theColds lential German relief. Hoover's junket -I upper: :.? and looked ahead cheerfully reaches 700,000 and $7,500 for
tech additional' IOC 000 to 1,000
was aimed at making the reich I He--de:: hmsef useful cp COLDS' MISERIES

as self-supporting ia food needs as erourd r.i5 .-:' era b-smess estab-

possible. Improvement m the food j lishrr.ent &n T marred a former Many Are Changing to PENETRO

situation would lead to a reduction I schoolmate T- e:. one day, he went Somebody arviyi w nt to baWl a cold
la present U. S. rebel costs of 300 down to the r.aserrtr.t to fix the la large femu;w. that' wby onuvBotbera
auffiwn dollars annually. The former fire yoatsa now keep PENETROh.ndy
far qaick..ecm,nhef,. .ao deer
CO THIS TO UllEYE EintESS president! had the assistance of two Coo he shcrvled ., ;C the br.ier r and wbita, .o piogmt to oae- adeS p
food his tour being accompanied ctiTe! PEr ETRoS modem-typ
experts on apparently reused has to srru'ulate .VrVr
Rib throat: chert and back
medioatod rtUow
tijoTOTghly w.ib coafortinVkhs ? : by Dr. Dennis Fitzgerald When he st.-red the f.re a vtpon at nth ova to
ends irriuted upper to ng pa -
: VapoR at bedtme.It chairman of the international ban of flame shot cjt of the bo. or ancfii.r\mr tin hral.n ';wean thnut
Starts to work instcrMf emergency food council, and former door singeing: his em and t:' help quiet coctbinf of Bolds r
aDd it keeps up its se sooth Ambassador Hugh Gibson who aided of his blind eye. When he cs-ie A PENKTRO GIVES YOU the baneanafie -
Joe actloa: for hours to relieve World War I relief work. I sppo.ed swoon toot tet.rs;aod.d-
him to back upstairs he sensed a c" : ?t m.dioation rob to to brig break
distress even S At the same tiMe that Hoover I Putting his hand over his r.cvte op the latish eatuwdoa and names totter -
'IIIti8e e'ietp' VlCI Ru. Beaded mat aid. HaBam Tuck his i he peered out of the left Eebert coto nrmtmol cfa.coU And Peae=

associate OB the famine study tour I had two good eyes again.I 0r ir.laep..eriatg I+iaaymodeoa b Lose e.euorat..nafdlirp -

at last spring, beaded eastward to I CO\GRESS. .1 nj iihrni m rturtrtrn tn rkan.TrViitPENETROSRUB. .
stay food eandttiOBS: to Japan Korea i :

and the Syuktos. Tuck also Busv Bodies
,
wiu oe concerned wnn: me JOOg-A I
well as short-range requirements of GOP congrf'5im'estgators: ::1

YOU thntr Asiatic countries in an effortto prepared to dig deep into war expenditures -, ,;<. .

can have arnrn' boost their food output. I Ir and un-Arr C" t: activities : .':,!I GIRLS! WOMEN!
with the full support of the first .

l r GANGSTER: I Republican majority in 16 years .. try this If you'reNRVOUS
rnID. Senate Republicans beat dowran
Back Page 1
on effort of the Democrats to transfer :

Although he has been Irving in duties of the war investigating committee tT.

seclusion in his $106,000 villa on to the inactive committee on '
@].llllmWwith w4' faTOmUX air Cf Hwrtk-
Palm Island to Biscayne Bay Fla., I expenditures i in tne executive de-
for the last seven years following his I partaest by a 4':' to 45 vote. Do snow Smile man rnactkai yew ted twroui.monthly triads Cirtnrt jail I

release from federal prison. Scar- I le teb-dog over efficiency of vial and ttwj O\n-&t gstcH Ucx tt ;i
face Al Capone still proved to be ; the war effort under President Truman Then. co 1:7 L70a E. Piaihamt Teti.-
mw'i'\\' N Oampoaaa to reaer such iraytome. l'
Page 1 news. wide he was still senator from Ill la.ow fat this Tkken nfaIk -

(! l.l The former overlord of Chicago 1 i Missouri, the war investigating bun-';d -lIP ptntTum't rearetaaa sgainat Cam pound sxh: be1I8 e..ae- ;; ,

:nee whose name became a symbol I committee widened its scope under BOBBIE FELLER tonic! t

5 IB]; ortZRTMORSE ) it the gangsterism of the rp-roar- !, probe Senator irregalaiibes Mead (Dem.in, N.monitions Y.) to Da for t N .L tUIIll.llKllJJn g : 1 i I

i contracts. In the wake of disclosures ; 000. After that, be will be paid

SEED CO.trrvon of the close relations existing be- $5,000 for each: additional 100OOC '

at SAN HAMOSCO M i I tween congressmen and army officers I up to 1.000.Should .

with war contractors the Blnrfo' Bobbie pull down

I GOP voiced Ms determination to dig diGOO this year, be win become the COlD

deeper into wartime dealings.Not highest paid player to history, surpassing :

always in favor during the Babe Ruth's"130,090 ia IS30- !
:beral New Deal administration the 31. The great Ty Cobb never made SUFFERERS

house un-American activities committee mere than tie $50.0Se he drewin

promises to enjoy smoother Ifs, and the colorful Dizzy: Dean 666 STARTS REUEF IN

sledding under the Republicans outstanding pitcher and showman of JUST 6 SECONDS

N.TW: headed by Representative the 1630s, only reached $34860 ic

T':::eras Rep.., V. J.) the committee: 1835.COHANS. 0oll ra- :
...., '
...
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i&id for chIt -
plans an early probe of Ccmrr.uriism -
..
i t- e u a.e..w r'p .
: in government departments, : xis tan i a.

labor unions, Hollywood, and colleges Would Be Freed e5-""" ,,uaa wear i
and schools.COAniODITIES:: 4 aKw: t'. -Ir
After 100 year cl federal sapervi r .4eeuL

: Ion, the American Indian may be -= .::. I
RETONE LINIMENT ('. S. Eyes: TradeIn freed: if congress acts favorably on a KNU-li OS-IT

fcr pack rt&f:: SCAKFACE AL proposal cf Senator Langer (Rep.,N. I
comet s.u s eei an effort to prevent serious D.) to abolish the cfSce cf Indian -

Recta acrt pain oftea.pW6e breaks in commodities Secretary cf affairs in the interest of economy. Watch YourKidneys .i
.
-j : x E.* : tJ.e
01 --=Ie&ad t.k j 1f ? Agriculture Anderson announced
cbc*e aIKVC faape.erao.rdTore- ;ou-..irtr wnea .ie suSered a that the deparCnect'i cosimodity Fir other members of the sen
tfce** umptoot o udr.fodrM stroke' of apoplexy ana lay near exchange ate's civil service committee backedLanger's /
authority would be freed
-fee ibis ChaveiDenL
the tuuneai B vecul zneasura. Senator
ieath. His wife faithful as ever of other duties to permit fsB time Help Tbeaa ae.- tIN .....
sacpaecoor Llnla>e attaiglowiac a q ecial prayed at ha bedside, and the rest policing cf the markets. ( New Mex) declared: that the eI Harmful Body Wa.U
r-kJ-- lOb if the Capone clan berried in from Anderson disclosed Indian sought so special favors from y_
the cert in ktdam en n Ls.gest.
M4. tit U. S. bet only wanted educational ==
W'VIIIda from beaaoc Mercer. Wisand Chicago. the face of owner hew u* -adbd..rs.ww
Fiok torfccc til.ods MtxMK mSoe.e growing speculate. Remembering orportenitiei, sanitation, water ..b tl o*..arllr.a.R
p&ia a.rw.. Secrecy continued to shroud the the big break In cotton r >>>-1.111'-r..2.. w.
cf his Senator Ectoa
Car Ee.eferet&lo. While sleek autos filled last October and the and land own ins tap.tba IP, C trhla.t -7
wade oat > :apone: villa. alleged maaJsalatten backed Chavez statement Is.nor sai sp.K &M vb.r
Mont)
de U BOC clif btrd rMT mth mysterious characters whined of butter prices is A ew (Rep.. SedytyBpI.........,.
., Uck.KX.BCOOOBJJ wt$1 jOO. asserting that progressive Indians way .leetael. '
-'7*? s.c.few. Aikte '. fOOl.an to and out cf the private grounds York, department authorities actad' craved under tit teed to obtain ..?.pease b..d.c :.:=sr caryemtby
m Sa.prw and photogs waited outsideto to check future slumps aSectfcg -
I S O"JIGI. oooa reporters : permission far productive ex- == wkd
.....r get their Information second-hand. prices Studies are being tom dstsd penditsrts.Ectaa -Dit7 SM pep n/ Kt.eesOthf.kw.t --
Capone had not appeared in publics on the factan la the rcttm break, a1M.y w lladd.r fet
also agreed with i amt: .
:nce 1941 and ruraors persisted with Anderson ready to ask fr additional :: Lacgex .,.q...
that paresis had left him with the regulatory authority if warranted that tit rover=e.t would hart taprcvid te..s 4MMMOttbdye.ay4tewtae.t
Y Ytt tin t+e
t
ere. mind cf a 12-year-old, On tie ether by the fexvectigatica.ileacwbils for aged Indiana, probably DNa. ?trio. ...'........ vtaatea- J
.srtrtsTb.ar.Pewase.Y.a- through tit social security act. li _hoed. It u.a t.q la.
sand it was said that his supposed grain prices remained : meantime Ecton urged that n.. vv9 ....... .....- ..
the
,
eb.Jityas a blind that be was strong as th* gsvcnsse&t: ameuactd Are rnmnnlnVn\4 fcj ftaMM M.Vn*ta.
ttir ssaeh t+urerra R.ar11.4 t.! as bale as ever and running the it would increase its wheat export yocrgtr Indiiri be educated to as- ...::, a.e......*.**.'/

gang's gambSng and vice basi- program by U mJcn b- } j. 1a s:=e f=2 tiiftnibip en reaching 21 ,
his cut the current and *& **& to rake their OWE DOAH'S PILLS
aess at a distance getting crop: year to atctal of '

Mr re wrt of the lucrative crofts. S50 mirlkm. e way I .



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EIGHT GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, FEBRCAUY 7. 1941
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Lakeport ards. Avenue H except those blocks hereinafter sons claiming any interest In the subject Ird day of March. 1147.
Group- Only one residence may be constructed designated as Industrial areas, matter of this suit by through Dated this ith day of January.
on a tingle fifty (M) foot will be reserved for lower cost home,under or against one or more of said -
lot (garage apartment shall not be construction but detailed plan mustbe Defendants herein named; and to all UEAD D. s- WEEKS;
(Continued from Page 5) considered a violation.) submitted and approved before a I persons having or claiming any Interest Clerk of Circuit Court.
Deviation as to foregoing materials building permit is issued and all general In the following described Glade County Florida.
"Realizing the limitations of a BIble and construction methods may be per- building provisions will be en. lands; Jan. 31. Feb. 7-14-J1. 1J47.XOTICE .
School and realizing the ever- mitted if in the written opinion of forced. Outdoor toilets will not b* You and each of you are hereby
the building inspector such, deviationIs permitted where city water Is available -I given notice that said Complainant W
growing need of a church in this to exceeds the regulations Where of FOR
equal or permitted they must H. Surrency did on the :31st day OK APPLICATION
community organized according to stated above i conform to State Board of Health January. 1947, file in the Circuit TAX:: DEED
the New Testament free 'oKtl.. 3-70MA: specifications for sanitary privies. 'I Court. Glades County Florida in
pattern, Avenue I from Riverside Drive to s........ 7-IMM, VTRMI, Zi\F: l chancery this Bill of Complaint In the hereby that SARAHL.
o f man-made creeds, and taking the Eighth Street and First Street (romAVf'DUe Blocks Jl. 22 M. 45. 4S, 47, 76. IIi 4. above entitled cause against you and NOTICE REESE/is bolder of tax certificate
I to the A. C L Station: shall each of herein and said
r Kew Testament, and the New Testament be faced only with homes or business shall 1'1. 154.breserved 153, I4J 152 144. 137 and 16' complainant you seeks to quiet whereby his title Nun Issued the 7th day of September -

alone as the rule of faith and houses of concrete block brick, *. Storage facilities for industrial for purpose -I against you In and to the following 19J1. has filed sam Jn mjr for office a
highly
or of frame covered with ssbeatoscement described lands situated In Glades and has made application
order, this group is inviting all shingles or with business line inflammable materials such as gsc- County Florida. to-wit: tax deed to be Issued. tfccreott. Said
must be located I
those who are interested in organizing 'house of one of the foregoing materials Section I. All Ordinances in this and zone The North Nine (') and ..,!" certificate embraces the following described of-
named in thin paragraph or of of part acres of Tract Twenty-four (24) in property in the Cawrty
Ordinances
Church of Christ be in
to conflict herewith
a present
concrete or metal and if of one of the shall be and Section Fourteen (14), Township GLADES. State of Florida, to-wit.
at a meeting to be held Sunday two latter then street facing shall be to the the extent same of are such hereby conflict repealed Forty-two South (42S, Range Lot 10, Block 9 Keederlee Subdivision
of imitation brick. cement blocks. oni Thirty-two East I2E). (Lakeview).
February 9, at 1:00 o'clock at Section ,. This Ordinance shall
of the three materials first named in take effect immediately Now therefore, you and each of The assessment of the said property -
the Lakeport school house. his paragraph or other equally attractive age. upon its pass you are hereby ordered and requiredto under the saW certificate tiered
All residences therein shall ATTEST: filelin Appearance in said proceedings was in the name of C. C. BaWwta.
"Those who hare met or desireto btnot less than five (5) room and in the Office of the Clerk of Unless said certificate ball be redeemed -
meet the scriptural requirementsof bath design and detailed plans of any F. D. TAUN Mayor said Court wherein said action in according to Uw tIM property
proposed building must be submitted LOIS L. SHERIDAN pending In the Glades County CourtHouse 'described thereon will be a.M te the
salvation which are faith re- to and approved by the City Commission City Clerk. In Moore Florida, on the highest bidder at the Courthouse Jest
pentance, confession and baptism or the City building inspector Read once la full upon introduction 3rd day of March, 1947, or Decree Pro on the frrnt' Monday m th of
at before building permit is issued. for information. January M. 1>47. Confeaso will be taken against you which .!sit trd day ofMrEtd"th
by immersion and are present ,"-II.. .a-zo\"t: It Read a second time by sections for and thereafter said action will proceed MMarch. 1:11.
this meeting may tare the privi- Avenue J from Riverside Drive toSecond amendment, January. 21, 1J47. ex parte. 30th day of January.
lege of becoming charter membersof Street and along First' Street Read a third time in full as amended IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have A. D. 1947.
from Avenue I to Avenue L shall be and adopted upon motion. Un- hereunto set my hand and officialseal (SEAL) O: a WEEKS
this newly organized church." restricted to use for business buildings animously carried February 4. 1S47.IV of said Court in Moore Haven Clerk Circuit Court (lades
RCT. Raymond II. Peters from and/or apartment houses No Feb. 7-1t. Florida on this list day of January County Florida.
building in this area will be approved 1947. Jan. 31. Feb. 7-14-21. 1947
Cambridge. Ohio will conduct the other than substantial and permanent I (SEAL) D. & WEEKS
the fire-resistant construction. No Clerk Circuit .
service, at
morning worship
license for any liquor store barroomor Tilt CIHCIIT COIRT lAM) County. Florida.COU6Bfi .
close of which a business meeting any place where beer wine or FOR <.I..Uns COL'TY, H.OKID. B. SCOTT Deputy Clerk.
will be held for the purpose of whiskey or any other vinous malt or l> t'HIM'Kit% JOH-:>80X. D\VK O TOCKM.tN'SM.Wi1NE1IY
w Solicitors for Plaintiff
spirituous beverages containing over
organizing and making plans to *i of 1 percent of alcohol shall be mil TO iJtlKT TITLE Moore Haven Florida. \ SALK and
apply for Letters Patent, incorporating permitted westward from and Including W. H. SURRENCY Jan. JI, Feb. 7, 14. 21, 1941.OTI'FI SERVICE
Second Street and northward to KKI'AIllJ
Plaintiff.vs.
-.
the Church of Christ of Lake- ACL. RR as boundary Detailed .

port as a non-profit corporation the plans must be submitted to the City R. E. LOVELL. ET AL, I > OK TAt PPLM-4TIO DEED FOR Phone 113-AV (1| {..ton, *U.
'ommisMon or the city building inspector Defendants.JOTICE .
object of which shall be to main- for approval before a permits TO APPEAR ,

tain an organization for the practiceand Issued NOTICE is hereby given that MABKL.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: R. A COMPLKTE and MODERN:
ROBERTS THIRSK, holder of tax
enjoyment of religious services veetloa 5-70:>E C E. LOVELL and LOVELL
certificates \011. 28(8 issued the 1st
Avenue J from Second Street to
and duties and for the conversionof Eighth Street Avenue K. L. and M his BOSS wife, JACOB BOSS and day of August, 1927 and Certificate! MACHINE hllOI
'
his
wife ALLISON AND
VAU- No S78 Issued the 7th day of October.
the world to the Christian re from Riverside Drive to Eighth Street GHN
a E.
partnership & ALLISONand
and all Iota facing Riverside Drive 1J3$, has filed same in my office and
ligion.It ALLISON, his wife has made application for a tax deedto Word
south to the city limits shall be reserved and M C. VAUGHN and Welding Boring, Lathe
is planned to have the part- for better home construction be Issued thereon. Said Certificates -
VAUGHN
his wife, the place of residence embrace the following described -
minister for the and no construction or additions or of each of whom is unknown. lUl1np;. Grinding
time services of a property In the County of GLADES
repairs in excess of one hundred dollars If
alive, and If dead his unknown
State of Florida to-wit:
present, and to start a building $10400) shall be permitted unless heirs devisees grantees, creditors or
Lot 4, Block 52 Palmdale
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the detailed submitted to
lund immediately for the erectionf he commission or plans the city building other parties claiming by. through Lot 6, Block 52 Palmdale Repair ServiceOn
under or against said
parties
respectively :-
The assessment of the said
chapel laborand inspector conform to the standards prop-
a just as soon as : FIRST BANK OF MOORE
erty under the said certificates Issued
feel should be established for
materials are available. hey better home area but nothing under a a HAVEN, the, a dissolved unknown Florida assignees Corporation was in the name of J. J. Campbell and Magnetos, Starters Generators
successors -
F. R Kress respectively.
two-bedroom home. five-room
(exclusive -
and interests trustees
or any Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
of bathroom). Carburetors and
other party claiming by through Hydraulic,
according to law the property -
School Board-
.HtI.. ftOK D
under or against The First Bank of described therein will be sold to
Avenues N, O and R from Riverside Moore Haven a dissolved Florida Corporation Electric Motors
-
the highest bidder at the Courthouse
Drive except those lot exempted In : C }f. Gay as Comptroller of I
door on the first Monday in the i
Zone C and the are northward from the State of Florida and to all
:
Continued from Page 1) i per- month of March 1947 which is the
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Motion was made by .Mr Walters -

seconded by Mr. Snelt and carried ,

that under Capital Outlay (2807)) .

the Annual Budget be amendedto

take care of the $571.00 ad-

ditional cost of the two busses, reeeMly -

purchased.LUVENIA: .


i GORMAN Chairman., Sugarland MOtCfSTake


MARGARET K FARNAM Secretary,




onDI" '\CF. \O. nAN

i' ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE

CERTAIN atKNTS AND RESTRICTIONS.LIMITATIONS REQUIRE-FOR

CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENTS Pride In Announcing
IN THE CITY OF MOORE
HAVEN, ORIDA. AND THE DEKIMM -
? OF ZONES AND REQUIREMENTS -
+i AND LIMITATIONS: FOR
I EACH ZONE AND TO REQUIRE THE Their
i ISSUANCE OF PERMITS PRIOR TO AppointmentAs
+ CONSTRUCTION: AND TO PROVIDE .
i s PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATIONSTHEREOF.

.
WHEREAS. mjuil h q to personand
property have been canted in th. <'it\
of M Haven.. Florida. b\ Guilty,
unsound and inadequate construction
and by the use of fault or defective Dealers For The
work and mat rile. and .a that
YrtH>n where ctmtlruuiun i II' moatdense
fires have spread be>ona the
point .>f uritcm by the use of inIlarnra -
ibis materials and matlr.tls
Which are nut fire I'f'slstant.tll tit ..
the e1 tent that now appear mednl -
ful nrcit'aMInterest iiivinable. in the
01 tin public health. e.if.,ty.
order connie:-', comfort pr'p'nt}
VT general welfare that a plan ur
plan for the districting or zoningf
this City b<> adopted and enforced and WILLY
that plan;; or plan He adopted and I JEEP1Now
enforced for the said plan and requirements -
in the method and place
of construction and the ue of cer-
tain materials and requirements of
certain materials and kind of work
throughout this city, and
WHEREAS, a comparatively large
"volume of construction has recently
been started in this City to such an
extent that an emergency exists and -
this Ordinance need take effect immediately On
If chaos and confusion are Display
to be avoided. Now Therefore
'PE IT ENACTED RT THE PEOPLEOF
THE CITY OF MOORE HAVEN. ,.",
FLORIDA.
Section: 1. No construction of any
building or substantial alterations of
any then existing building shall be
started done or performed unless or
until plans and specifications therefor IMMEDIATE DELIVERYTHE
shall first be submitted to the City
Clerk of this City and permit therefor
obtained In accordance with the appropriate -
permit ordinance. well as
he provisions of this Ordinance andy
deviation in actual constructionfrom

t! be such deemed plans to and be a specificationssshall violation of "JEEP," TESTED UNDER THE TERRIFIC STRAIN OF WAR AND ,
this Ordinance unless such deviation
be approved In writing by the build-

Ing Section inspector 2. prior Genen1 to !performance requirement THE MOST RIGOROUS CONDITIONS OF PEACE, IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR

and restrictions. The followin requlrrments -
and restrictions shall .,p. YOUR PURCHASE IN CLEWISTON.ASK
ply to all construction within the .
i City of Moore Haven. Florida
Residential construction must ,>. t
back with front of building at 1"*"t ABOUT
tw ty-fin feet from property llm on THE NEW JEEP ALL-STEEL STATION WAGON WHICH IS

avenues
l twenty-four!Ffoers shall(It be) built Inchm not above more natur.1 than! TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM. WE'LL HAVE A MODEL SOON.

or fllld ground level thereunder
r All electrical wirtnjr must conform
to Underwriters rode which i,-, th
name as the R. E. A peciflcstion.. ..t

'i the Plumbing time of co and*trui septic'tion. tanks moatS WRITE, PHONE OR CALL FOR A DEMONSTRATION ON THE JOB.

S conform to State Board of Health
regulations at time of construction
t Metal caps must be provided foU -
foundation piling or pier whether .
concrete Or timber adequate as a
protection against ten SALES PARTS SERVICE
Roof Joints and ahan beis
anchored with plumbers straps or
with metal trap equal or superior .
thereto and sills shall be securely
choredI to concrete plllnc or piers
batting.To :. an-I
wooden shingle roof SUGARLAND MOTORS
lion will be permitted on any
.
"Irtthlo any tone unless the same
Ithtn'OuJPhlT tlnproofecl. b"l
Nit slate eons osltton roof IhatT
allowed weighing: teas than I -

-permitted nnds and nless adegwlelyf.IT&TeUed will I PHONE 44 CLEWISTON, FLORIDAAGE

tireprooflllg at time of construeties _
L. for C within .
10 sonf'S A or n or or
Zone.COllitruCtiOn
Industrial
the of noVs and fireplaces
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