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







VOLUME S3-->OIHER 43 MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA, }'IUD.FERRe.HY 21, 1947 SUBSCRIPT1OX _i50 PER YEAR


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NEGRO MURDERER Sugar Company Asks i USO DRIVE IS OVER f Record Believed ELECTION CALLED FOR

: That Deed Be Filed I Established Here


PLEADS GUILTY ; And Land Option Given, QUOTA; CAMPAIGN I, For Holstein CalfF ;STATE SENATOR; 1ST



GETS LIFE TERM i : of\Tropical telegram Sugars-signed, the by a firm secretary name]I IS NOW CONCLUDED of D some Yaun kind believes was that established a record i,!; QUAIMDISROBERTSAfter


______ j j i i under which Ruth Sugars of Louisiana -I, this week on his HUlcrest Dairy:3.I -

Tommy Lee Hollingswortb. young!:I will operate in Florida was Glades County came through on Farm when one of his registered weeks of argument in and

negro who shot and killed his common -1 I received by F. D. Taun on Tveeday 'I the U s. O drive for funds as Holstein cows gvae birth to a male I out of court as to whether or not

law wife on the bank of the I I asking him to record the deed to I nobly as it comes through on every calf weighing almost a hundred Wilbur C. King former state sen-
the mill site Just east of Moore Haven worth while drive for funds and pounds at birth The calf weighed ator from the 27th district who was

levee canal some two miles from the and to file a copy with their Mrs R. Boe. chairman ot the drive when two and a halt days oM elected last year to a vacant seat

colored: quarters shortly after the I title attorneys. McKay and DeJar- in the county reports that a total weighed 101S pounds. And. incidentally I on the Railroad Commission, would

tint of the year, pleaded guilty to r nette in Miami for an ptia oa the of 210.3S$ was raised aad sent to mother and son are both I be permitted to resign the sena-

second degree murder before Circuit property. state headqaarters A $*.* quota doing nicely torship and accept the commission

: Judge Goo W. Whiteharsthere !I Tae telegram also said that a was assigned to the co..t.,. Whether or not Mr. Yaun wills I Job, the supreme court finally ruled -

Monday and WM sentenced: to I letter would<< follow with a fall explanation In closing the drive which is.iacldeatally *k to record this as a word's'I Inch : in his favor and his resignation
spend the remainder of his life int heaviest calf is not known but if
t bat this letter had not the final drive for I has been accepted by Governor KIWI -
the state penitentiary at Ralford.H I feats become in his
I been received yesterday. In dosing fund for providing entertainmentfor common I ard CaldwelL

oiling**orth was arrested by I the secretary one of the two who troop overseas and in the military herd some of the local cattlemenmay This now makes necessary a special

colored deputy George Thomas only I came here with official a few weeks: hospitals, Mrs. Hoe expresses switch from Brahman to Holstein election to fill the vacancy which

a few hours alters: the body of hie ago said that everything was progressing deep appreciation to the various solicitors stock for beef. has been called for April 5 by R. A

wife was found and readily admitted satisfactorily toward establishment aad to everyone who helped I I Gray, secretary of State. This will .

the'killing to the deputy and of the mill. to sake the drive a success with I be preceded by a primary the date

later to the coroner's jury, giving --- their contributions CHI ORDINANCE TO I of which has not been announced

her infidelity as a reason for logins I The solicton and the amounts ; but the time for campaigning by the

his temper and killing her. After! each turned in are as follows Mrs I j various candidates will be very

the grand Jury had convened, how NEW\ SUIT GOES TO Nolan Dnrre $1% 50; Mrs. F. D.REQUIRE DOGS TO BE | short

ever and entered a true bill for first I Yaun $n; Miss Margie Compton. i Francis E. Roberts of Avon Park

decree murder he apparently feared; COURTS SEEKING TO Lal.eport. fg.45.; Mrs Peter Ma- was in Moore Haven yesterday and
that he might be convicted and ; I tusiak, $13; Merry Gantt Roberts 'VACCINATED RABIES I states that he Is the first candidate

given the death penalty so he ask i j $$60; Mrs. G. H. Fleming and Mrs.i I to have paid the qualifying fee

ed to make the second degree mur- END FISHING BAN i V. Wadlow. PaladaJe 139.75; I to the Secretary of State. Recently

der confession. Mrs. A. G. Hutchinson, $3; Mrs Dr. W. W Matthews, county veterinarian i Jeff Flake of Wauchula was here

The plea was made through his Eugene Boyles. $3; Miss Ann Leahy, will be at the city hall, and signified' his intention of making

attorney, E. }t. Magaha, and after In an effort to bring settlementto I $13.28; Mrs. W. E. Caeetdy, $3'.1E; in Moore Haven next Wednea the race. Hugh Jones ot Arcadia -

State Attorney Clyde Wilson had Lake Ob hobee'. long-standing Mrs Lydia W.I F. $U; Dorothy j February 26, from eleven a. m. 8Y'j'I U understood to be a third
til 2 "
concurred Judge Waitebnrst re- fishing controversy a suit for a Thomas, colored, $16.65. I rabies.: p. m. to vaccinate dogs asfirant.

viewed the evidence and pasted declaratory decree was filed Monda In making his announcement Mr.
sentence The price for the vaccination, Roberts, a brother of Wendell
in Leon circuit in Tallahassee by H. I
I G. Stewart Lakeport fish dealer MORRISON NAMEDBY which will also include city tax. will I Roberts well known here says that
Christmas Seal be $1.50 payable to the city clerk he was born IB DeSote County li
This revealed in Miami Sat
was I at the time of vaccination AU dogs years age aad WM reared In Har-

Sales Little Higher f arday by R. K Bell, attorney for : TRUSTEES AS not vaccinated during the past year dee aad Highlands Counties. He
the Okeechobee
Lake Commercial
I I will be immunized except those under has beet in the cattle bvateees ttt
Than In 1946Mrs Fisheries Association which seek i three moatb of age. The of his life and has alee been teter- '
I
'I to eliminate a ban on commercial PRINCIPAL 1947-48 clinic will be held weekly on Wednesdays eeted in general farming and extras
in the
operations mid-state lake
J. M Touse Glades. County until all dogs are vaccinated lie says he considers the commission
wjtich has been la effect last
chairman for the sale of Cfals since and then those not wearing tags ruling oa fishing In LateOkeechobee -
$ for the Flolda Tub t'. 1 on order of the state game Prof. M. E. Morrison, principalof will be pkked up. to be one of the tatters
fresh
water fish commission
and Health Association the Moore Haven school for the The city now has in process of in the senate race and gives assurance ,

certification from state headqu "he association wants to *have a 1946-47 term was unanimously passage a new ordinance which will that he will lend every aid. It
jonrt define its rights and to declare chosen by the board of trustes to not elected toward remedying the situ
ers for fc-r, final returns ,of f> only require a license but also
void the 1945 legislature act return here as principal for the the rabies attOll. \: :
for the ,which too .A innoenlation. The or-

'UJ..u U't.g.f( --.. .$. i tft1 .l bkemobee which took"fotn'thrrstatetaardof'Yconservatldn j jurisdiction over Lake, cgning ,trm. The Tr uste* meeting dlnanceni requireJiba ..!yerl..dog "The time allotted for. these j.t
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than the preceding*year. s 'J I was held Wednesday night at the be vaccinated and licensed prior to marie-; Mr. RoberSiald ; *

Inclosing the. sale Mrs. Copse I' and placed it with' office of the county superintendent. April I of each year. After April permit me to personally Contact the

takes this means of thanking everyone -I the game Under a previous legislative act. elects the teachers selected by strutted to impound all dogs not my friends here and elsewhere
who assisted in any way toward ;
the lake was declared salt water the trustees it is probable that the tagged. as to my fitness to represent our
the drive a success and part I
.. I and was thus controlled by the next meeting of the board in April district in Tallahassee Unfortunately
those who
ularly purchased
seals thus making a contributiont I conservation board, which allowed will re-elect Mr. MorrisonSCHOOL Eastern Star TakesIn I I am not a lawyer but possibly
colmmerdal fishing. IOU can forgive me that.
the association's unrelenting fight I
against: tuberculosis. When the game coa mi o* was. -so-ti Three New

handed jurisdiction of the vast island City Commission
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During the drive the name ott" Members
lake. it decided the commercial DAZE Tuesday
contributors at that time were Has Quiet
operations were injuring shorts MeetingThe
since
published Other contributors
fishing and closed' the lake to further I
are Woburn Chemical Corp., J2; STAFF The Order of the Eastern Star -

M' and Mrs E. P. Ewtag $2; Mr. seining operations Nditor _. ._ ????i, initiated three new members on city commission a ust'm.

and Mrs. M. E. Morrison. $2; Mra Stewart's salt was filed against Associate Editor Rettie Kobinson !I Tuesday night at their meeting at ed. daring the past few weeks to

:::4 Mrs. A. Schroeder $2; Mr. and both the game ea iBis9ion and the Snooper __ .. __. ?????? the hall in Moore Haven They were having a great variety of business

)Irs, V Walters. $2; Mr. and Mrs. board of coMervatioa. Sports ____-.--_ _._ Char llarton jl Mrs Dorothy Lee of Clewiston and to transact at meetings, found it
Tommy Wayman Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Bozeman of rather a pleasant surprise to meet
E J Smith $2; Miss Myrtle Boul- In his salt. Stewart will seek to I
din $2; C. L. Dangerfieid. $1 ; Mr. determine ifthe game commissionhas Personalities ._ Opal RaukrronKathleeen Moore Haven all ot whom were Tuesday night and hare time to discuss

and Mrs. F. Minarich. $1: Mr. and the right to pass rules and McLaughlin presented with white Bibles from at leisure the business which

Mrs. W. L. Bellamy 1; Mr. and regulations that cannot be questioned Campus Rover T. Jean Dnpree I the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron came before it.

Mrs. Clyde Wadlow. $1: Mrs. A. in the courts. Ruth Close and with flowers from the A lettlt'ment..as made with

A Fountain $1; Glades County --- Typists ________ ._ Beuie Robinson chapter. Sheriff J j. Wiggins for the feeding

Schools 17.80; Glades Theatre $$. Wilbur C. KingIs Doyle Rail Gifts were also given by the and jailing of city -prisonersfor
Jean Dapree chapter to past Martha, Mrs. the past several years, the set-

IF..F.r STATION WAGON Member Of Sponsor __ Mte Dot \Viiliamsoa Naomi Dull Mrs. Stella Pirkle Mrs tlement being largely a trading of
Sally Townsend and Mrs. Esther checks.-for taxes en the one hand
- - and for the
Stanley Wayman received the R. R. CommissionWilbur Klutts. jail fees on the other.W. .

first Jeep station wagon sold in this SENIOR XEWS .- Refreshments were served by B. Norton Jr. appeared with

area purchasing it from Sngarland (Char Clayton) Mrs. Gladys Stalls Mrs. Frances a change ot plan for his proposed
C. King of Zolfo Springs
building and the
Motors. Clewiston yesterday. Re The Seniors have received their Hardy, of Moore Raven, and Mrs. permit was ap
issued commission as member proved. Re said his COxSO
a
was
will rut it into use on the Moore play books and are planning to start Pearl Thomas, of Clewiston. to the Quonset
Haven-Alva mall route. of the state railroad commission practice Monday. We hope to have following members: Mrs. Edna Wa-: hut will be delivered here very:
shortly and in addition
I to his
I Saturday. February 15. by it ready to present the fourteenth; ters. Mrs. Mildred Cox. Mrs Mont previous -

1 Governor Mlllard Caldwell at Tal- of March. I Settle, Mrs. Ola Sexton Mrs. Caroline plans ho will provide an
Sugar Allotment ) apartment upstairs in the front of
lahaee. after the local circuit We also have a beautiful white I Bales Mrs. Esther Klutts andC.

May Be Slightly court had ruled King eligible for chenille bedspread we are going to: C. Klutts. all of Moore Haven: the building.
There was considerable discussion
II
the office.In raffle off Chances will be 2Sc'' Mrs. Naomi Dull. :Miss Florence
of a proposed ordinance to
Higher In 1947 a statement fallowing receipt each. We will draw the save of Graham. Mrs. Bessie Montgomery.I require
alt dogs In the city to M vaccinated
tae winner and areteat the spread Mrs. Essie Robison Mrs. Edythe
of Us commission. King said "I entered -I for rabies and City Attorney
between the second and third acts Jackson.: Mrs. Gayle Woodward Mrs
P;are ration stamp, No. S3. carr.v tae race for a position on the I Corse was instructed to draw
; good for five pounds of Mt -:I Florida Railroad CosuatMtoa with of our play. i I Lily Merle Waldren. Mrs. Alice this ordinance for up
Barton Mrs. Christine Doty. Mr. emergency pass
,- March 31 tof doubt of eligibility for the I ,
: will expire oa no my ; age. City license will be issued
,,,] of April S* M originally S I office. After a legal question wasraised. JUNIOR NEASStria Maxine Morrteon Mrs.. Hazel Keen j at the same time the vaccination

'. -red -a.vs the Office o< TeSBfort I felt it say' duty to watt ( &..*) I' Mrs. MM AUea. Mrs. Myrtle Me'I -I stag i Is given and April 1 ic the dead

,. \ roc..-.. of the OPA. ate the question could a* deter la an aapearaaca taw Jaaten/ are 'I Leod. Mrs. Joaaaie Andersen. Mrs I for this vaccination.

\\ 'th the issuuam 01 a aew;i mined. in a regular judicial pro- dormant taeee i**. asjt it to only a Mary Et ertoa. Mrs. RaM .Laeler'l little
C M Wrtle R. E. WH..
., a April 1. which will bei ceediasr I am glad this has "": ease of still waters running deep : !
; J Robteon J W Barto*. W. A I Sidney Strickland Is
to tea pounds instead of five ed in a decision upholding my t-1 -what with Biology outUaes. visiting -
and )I. C. Keen all of i iI
r1 no mean tastt eoasmen will inal position and adjudging sjt* Mexico ta oar Htstery and writ '; Montgomery j! Sole Owner of StationSidney
I f'W'tt101l.!
:. ,..." f iture i v* twice as vwck ..-l I linked to tae office. I.. aratefal hill a three thousand word story ',ito > I _.
(i I for the interest of my friends aad:"aglisb say nothing of practK-

-.. ;the asaMaace of ny lecal caasel. lag 6aat/tbaf and taking physical Frozen Foods Now I Strieklaad stated "is
'PA declare* that So oarp
j!i New that my eiftKfMtttr to asasred.t Ed. Tea we are quiet bat we are week that he had pardaeed the
nors exactly bow mach sugaru ]t)|i T small Meta tae task far watea Hepeople eating very little idle brMd.e,, Available HereA interest of W. J. Strteklaxd. Jr., in
1 t* available this country the
service satkm have been
*, : eloeeed sae" are feastiog on our growth in they
i. realize aothtngraat
kaawledse for
w '; def-nd on inieloaa sods by i we complete asmtUiutt ot Bor-! will emptete the VrMiag and
O\'FIf1-R.SI Is"fOr wnhoat eathc- operate
t711nL sCOUTlNO won
? '."> !Iltt..U3tiOna! Feed aad fcflsii don's fNltS foods are MW available the station.
I ttislnt tm Mate Haven at tae Settle
[" i r c>"Uf'dlhkb allocates each The
I new station wffl handle Sin
S ,'utra ->\:.re out eI'' tae total II I Troops of Americas Girt 8oavts FIFTH GRADE- REPORT I.ISaa4rjr i Start to the poet.if ee arjcade. clair predicts famished by A. E.

ward sapt':\ rvuartmew af A rtv are ortaaiatd ia acne foreintrie osst- TM deeft-treece storage box: I Klrehmaa ef Belle Glade ,dealer
:!ture FiH'**.-nv a lane eaU they IB tea troops located ... Elmer Bryaati was totalled yesterday

."\-ert < ,iiQ4r lihratlia to a* a luelness a..Je U have aura ...1 W* thank Mrs. Bryant Mrs ,i This is the first time frozen foods I i Attorney General Watson proposed

1,'te larv't' IftM '"k 1Hf.. lint vas ....m at Americans *wt ... Padgett aad Mrs. Heflin tot have been handled here and included last week that Florida "combat

or ret kaws-. .MMr... *.*. ft w. .r* csniaat meetiat }sat llaltll our Valentine cakes We I, in the assortment are fruits i closed shop unionism with open shop
be tbe.1te the-Cuited States I Continued on Page I < fowl tHh. moats and vegetables. unionism."
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"They en me you have a great for.fl Uit& I.

Br HAROLB U LCNDQTnST. a. I play." aid the producer, with a The Question 7. What two cities are the terminals It It i_to prtiu tint oe.{"..
Of n. lioodr BibU Institute of ChU C.. reassuring wave of the hand. "Go of the Lincoln highway? tUr world g- (or bt> .*. sb I
Ba]..... bj>> Wnurm HtwnttpOT Colon. ahead and read it to me." 1. What is a genre painting? The Answers or lull crows, wbil..so4 r
J That was more than the author 2. How does the United States world uj, "rll" tkt vboU btt,*
rank with other countries in the t.--Z tit tttolt. piftt ./ fftMEANDER
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LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 23 expected. Furthermore, he was afflicted 1. One dealing realistically sbu
consumption of tea? life. wts.
with a severe stutter. But scenes from everyday
the chance was too good to miss, 3. What is a recidivist 2. Fourth, using 97 million -I* **fit gigrptj +>
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Ltuon uW.ctj aDd Scripture UzUVteta4 : a. .,tbi / H
4. What first in Mtbr c **mi 0w.tsl4 s +
mod eooyrlihted by Iaternatfoe.lR.Ut1o so he sat down and read the whole song, sung pounds. itt
CouBcfl X +* Education tu.4 hy "Clari, or the Maid of Milan," in A habitual criminal Wtwtemotu mmjwin&tgt.
3.
MrmlMian.P play, scene by scene. Tbit it the origin Sf .-
When he had finished the producer 1823, became popular over night? 4. "Home, Sweet Home." word vucndtr. nusmitg tirtvitomspyrt.
THE GOOD SHEPHERD f yelled for his secretary. 5. What is the capacity of the 5. It has sleeping space for 180 trn.1.
Constitution the largest transport passengers or a military load capacity -
LTSSON TEXT-John JPm: "Sign this man at once," he plane in the world of 400 men. BONmu"tbh word spaft';"
MEMORY the good cried. "He's got a new twist that'ssure 6. Where the first fUll "b.p" 1iI'JM1 .1
was commer- 6. In New Haven, Conn.. on
ttilot -
}hei- rdth good ibepherd (tveUk hi* """ _uu.ppb.d.llI1Ufil
tot *h cp.-John 10:11. box office. Every characterin cial telephone switchboard in- January 28, 1878. .
the story stutters!" stalled? 7. New York and San Francisco. .
An open door! How inviting I Jesus A.C'f'I'' -
-- -- -- ---
had 'Just been talking to the man
once blind (John 9) who had seen
the temple door closed against him. SUGNGOT
i It shut him out from all the sacred "Cow HIM DOWN?
traditions of his people but it turned ,
him to Jesus who presents himself _.._ "
In our lesson as "the door of the
<
sheep." '' To clean pancake griddles, waf1 1 Have you been dreading to throw TOUT,
H i. The Door of the Sheep (w. 7-
fie and soar CHEST MUSOH
lron.s. popover irons wipe away that old Irish linen damask
G:: 10). them after each use with a cloth i tablecloth* If there are enough ARE MX
The preceding verses of chapter squeezed out in clear warm water. good-sized areas why not make S pauyl
1 10 are important, for they identify -.- place mats or extra napkins. Ad- I
Jesus as the true Shepherd. H. Some of those pictures hangingon ditional napkins often come in
pal'wit peaks of his people as his sheep. the wall are a sight when you handy when the children bring Poor little chart muscles to
ThIng. Flocks were sometimes kept in ,' take them down. Heavy wrapping their pals in for a snack. tight they feel" qa esd>*..
the field at night, as was the cast '
paper glued tightly to the backof so sore from hard coughing
on the night when Jesus was born the frames will keep out dust Wax the cupboard shelves or hurts him to breathe? Quick,
Oly in Bethlehem. But ordinarily they e
and Ucntholatum. Rub it
protect pictures. cover them with oilcloth. Then ca
4 were brought into a sheepfold, -.- dirt and spots wipe off easily. chart,back neck.Its warm
Of where many flocks gathered for pro -.- gently stimulating action
:-ni tea tion. A shepherd was on guard at Liquid can be poured from a helps lessen congestion viA-
"In the door. Thieves would climb the narrow-necked bottle faster and Teas may be deliciously flavored out irritating cLfld's delicate
rec wan to steal sheep, but the true shep. easier by shaking the bottle in a by adding sprigs of curly mint, normal akin. At tarn tim
.icii herds when they came in the morn- circular manner. apple mint, orange mint, spear- comforting vapors lessen
iou log to lead forth their flocks, en. -.- mint, or lemon balm. coughing paims..

''Tun tired by the door. They called out Save the heavy folding bags in -.- .. ._o.
trjjTP their own flock by name. I which gelatin is sold. These are Too frequent pressing takes
'* It is said that only sick sheep win i ideal for transporting pickles or some of the life out of woolen
jot, follow a stranger, which may explain olives in a lunchbox. fibres. GET MENTHOLATUM QUICKI
why so many false isms of oui :
ov'it:l day appeal to the sick and lead them i
away from the Good Shepherd. I
tea Do you know his blessed voice t
Have you responded to his calll ,
rau Will you follow him? Decide now.
lau Consider the beautiful figure of the I'
shepherd as the door of the sheep. ; Send now. for the one and only
to fold. When the sheep enter the fold 1 .
*t to rest, he is the door. When they ,;
are ready to go out to feed,in green :
PiT pastures again, he is the door. ;
Note that they go in and out. Belonging i
to Christ is not bondage. I Renfro Valley
is If any man enter in by Christ, the
H Door he is free to go in and out -
1 to find pasture, to live for and tc
,, serve him.
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1 "The Door"-what a striking figure
: I It is a means of entry, the
.2J only way in. Every door has two OLDFASHIONEDFLOWER
'tbs Bides and the side we are on determines
't,1 whether we are inside 01
i outside-saved or lost. Children oft
fulcoi
en sing:

t 'e>.\ "One Door and only one,
And yet its sides are two- GARDENA
i Inside and outside;
On which side are you?"
1l Then repeating the two first bet
60::I comes the direct testimony ant
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t ct h1 question"I am on the inside;

oft On which side are you?" ,
.
i II. The Keeper of the Sheep (w I .
ba 11.13). complete gardenl! Over 80 !;: P

teI, We think of sheep as peacefully I
am, grazing on the hillside-an idyllic different varieties! Flowers In 101
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picture in the summer sunshine. But II. I.A
thlI .
there A
were dangers to meet. It itto
with Christ's sheep too, and then bloom all summer long 1 No box rtfJfIYI'tops .
>.J. be is there to keep them. The wolves

come out as the shadows gather. No sales sllpsl We trust you I TQ DAY
They come to kin and to scatter. COU pON
Where then is the shepherd? If hi SEND
is only a hireling serving for what
I may "be in it" for him, he will flee.
How perfectly this pictures relig
ious leaders, who, in spite of their ,... ':
i words I' LADIES,don't miss this once-ia varieties! Poiitmly not avail
swelling and ingratiating "
I i manners, desert the flock in the hour I a.lifetime.offer! It's your firstopportunity able through seed, hardware or' t: .

I of adversity. Fair-weather friends I III to transform your department stores. _-. '" ... '..'..<
are they, who disappear when darkness into (l' :;1
I own garden an eye-filling
II Her it tbs only way you can gtt it: is '6=' .3
I and danger appear. : display(glorious color..just r 7"rJJ.fif; "to(,:
1 Purchase OBELISK Flour
In the darkest hour Jesus is nearest like the charmingold-fashioned any
at hand. He size,plain or self-rising,&
j never fails. He i flower
in famous Ren-
has no fear, for has he not tasted I gardens your grocer. amOBEUSK HOUR NOW WHITER IWR! !.
the bitter death of Cavalry's tree I fro Valley, Kentucky. 2 Fill out coupon below. .. I,- t
for you and me? He is the Good I Thanks to recent Ballard research OBELISK Flour is
I""STRUE this Ren- 3 Mail it with ten cents in cointo .
s' Shepherd. He his life for I genuine easier
gave the whiter,fluffier, to use thin ever before!With the
sheep. Those who have put their I Ie fro Valley Old.Fashioned Flower Ballard Balkrd Co., Inc,
e trust in him shall never be put to : Garden has never before been Louisville, Ky. new OBELISKyouan.lwaysbesure perfect results,
flakier pie crusts fluffier cakes, flavorful biscuits
___ more
shame. .1.
i offered Be .t
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I. Ah He yes laid it down is an his too life true for the that sheep.evil : zinnias, asters, marigolds,holly Renfro Valley Old-Fshioatd either self rising or plain-from your grocer today:

1 men laid wicked hands on him and I hocks, and 73 other favorite Flower Garden today! Then send 10 cents with the coupon below-and

) crucified him. Their guilt is awful. receive postpaid the feeds for your beautiful Renfro
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Beware Coughs Use Rockets to Brake 1 I GIRLS! WOMEN casserole. Combine crumbs and
melted butter and sprinkle over top.
Speed of Trains, PlanesThe try this If you'reNERVOUS Bake in a moderate (533 degree)
trOll ccffiffioa t co& oven for S3 to 40 .
jet power of rockets, which is browned and mixture thorough
That Hang One : has so far been employed almost heated.
wholly as a propulsive force is
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e= rtBcres pronatZy expected to be used soon in the op-
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eaase tt goo right to the ntt of the brake Do female tIm.cUouJ monthly CJjturbtaeea -
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posite way-to speed
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rum laden phlegm, and aid planes and trains in cases of emergency eo Mk and teed .n-.t sacb ttmwt
catora
I Thee do cool tart evenings:
try LydU X.
Flnkham's
to soothe and heal raw tender, m- says corner's.Experts Tac
table Compound to nUn tick symp- Ham and Apple Casserole.
Gamed bronchial .
xaueoua raeafences. estimate that a train tama.Irs snow for t&isl Taken
.Ten your druggist to an'Oll | which travels 1,500 feet after the ptnktaai's: Compound wolartj bails- Ingredients for this hunt style (Serves I)
a bottle of Creonralskm with the nnflemaadlng air brakes could be build Tip mutant against such OJs Italian spaghetti are simple tad eco 11. S ounces elbow xaasire&lX
you oust Eke the way tt are applied sr.& Aiao a treat stomscb/e tonlcl1TIMLFIHhANi : brief
nomical. The time la butter
cooking tablespoons
caJctty aHajs the coach: or you are brought to a stop in 375 feet or 11t
to nave your money bact.CREOMULSION. I one fourth the distance, by the additional ; r bat this dish can make yea aa callable 2 tablespoon mustard
braking force of forward- reputation. 1H nu milk
firing rockets installed the loco- : 1 cup ground ham
on !
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teaspoon pepper ,
There's still plant of nippy weath- tt cup chopped celery
ir ahead before spring breezes S apples

warm up the S tablespoons brown sugar
.t days and nt. Cook macaroni boiling, salted
=* slings, and thire's water for 10 minutes. Drain and
nothing more welcome rtose. Melt butter blend in flour,
on a crisp mustard and mJIk. Cook slowly until
evening after the thickened, stirring constantly.
gan-g of youngsters Combine all ingredients except apples
has been and sugar and pour into a
sot skating, aU- greased baking dish. Dice appletf
Inc or coming and spread over top of casserole.
\ borne from a playthan Sprinkle with sugar and bake In a
x a sizzling hot casserole and ate..d moderate (550 degree) oven for 19
A y salad. minutes. !

4 Or if you have friends over and Simple little tricks add a lot of
: v .. the evening begins to run out there's eye appeal to certain simple dishes,
to bttUr way to wind it up than such as this one. In this case, the
with a nice, homey oven dish to cooked noodles are mixed with
harm up the spirit and satisfy the minced pimiento and green pepper

z "rariY tpp tiU. and placed in a casserole. Then
** Make refreshments simple by press a "nest" into the center oT.
t tossing together the salad right the noodles and fin this with a mix*
liter dlnnar-or at least getting tare of creamed tuna fish. Serve
FOR Safer Driving. hings ready for the toss up. Also, with a colorful salad of sliced tomatoes
the cassirok, store in the and chunks of crisp lettuce,
smgtrator and then about thr..- or a tomato aspic ring filled with
Longer Mileage. [uarters of an hour before serv- cole slaw.
aff, slip it into the oven.While .

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Better Traction USE w 'r. all looking for inexpensive
ushcs for tntertainiug. Utilize
uftovsrs for camroles, and make
them stretch with such good foods as
macaroni, spaghetti and boodles.
Tiretont TIRES Hera's an Inexpensive but popular -
suggestion for late evening
f&acks:
Italian Spaghetti

On Your Automobile Truck and Tractor H pound(long Serves spaghetti C to ')

1 pound ground beefS
to 4 tablespoons cooking oD
1 green pepper cat fiDe
1 large onion minced
&n5 V f Vi cup celery, cat fine
Leftovers take on glamor while
H cup mushrooms, sliced
2 cans tomato puree clearing the refrigerator when used
SaJt aDd pepper to taste I with spicy seasonings ia this crams
k Fry) onion in oil until lightly topped casserole. White sauce help

: TniRESTONE tires. for your automobile browned. Add pepper, celery, mush- adults and children get milk necessary
cliet.Creamed .
in the
for your truck for your rooms and cook
covered until they ..
and for other fare Tuna Noodle Nest.
tractor your every ; tender. Add
(Serves _C)
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-,. : engineers familiar with your needs to Place Turn fire on top low.ofcauce 2 tablespoons each pimlente

; give you safer driving, longer mileage s the ground ,, 2 and tablespoons green pepper batter
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; .0 beef which has ;St'
and better traction. S 2 tablespoons flour
been seasoned and formed into small
Salt aDd
balls. Cover and simmer for 30 min pepper
Firestone tires are built by the finest 1% cups milk
utes. Turn meat balls once.
and 4 1 (-ounce can tuna fish
craftsmen using modern equipment ,:. Serve this sauce over freshly
the best materials. They are the result ": cooked spaghetti Cook spaghettiin 1 cup cooked green peas
salted Cook noodles in boiling salted: water -
research'. boiling, water until tender.
of Firestone's never-ending Serve with grated cheese and meat until tender. Mix with pimiente
program which has as its goal to build balls. and green pepper and make nest
'' One-Dish MeaLServes in casserole. Melt butter, add flour,
_ the best today. still better tomorrow. -
( S) salt and pepper to taste and mfiv
The new Firestone Champion Ground : ; 2 cups diced carrots Cook until thick and smooth. Add

Grip for your tractor the new 1H cups diced celery tunaand peas and pour into noodle
( medium potatoes, pared and nest Heat hi moderate oven for 11
Firestone De Luxe Champion for your + sliced to 20 minutes.

automobile. and the new 1 tablespoons butter Here is aa easily prepared salad
r't.. 2 tablespoons flour that is rich enough to satisfy winter
Firestone Rayon Transportfor
4 tSi 2 cops milk appetites: .
your truck are out 1 teaspoon salt Calavo Beet Salad.

standing examples of advanced 1 cop meat stock Calavo half shells
3 tablespoons sliced onion Lemon Juice
tire design. 1 cup canned or cooked peas Salt
Y 1H to 2 cups diced leftover meat Finely shredded uncooked beets
You pan save time and y 4 H cup bread crumbs Thinly sliced green sweet pepper

money, too if you Insist 3 tablespoons melted butter French dressing
Cook carrots celery and potatoes Salad greens for garnish
"Firestone"
that it's a every in Hard-cooked
separately: boiling salted water egg
time you buy a tire for your ,r. until tender. Mayoaaaise (optional)

54 farm. They're safer. They f I (Leftover cookedvegetables To prepare calavo half shells cut
may fruit into halves lengthwise and remove
.. pull better. And they last I be used.) Melt seed. Sprinkle cut portions of
longer. I batter blend in fruit with lemon Juice and salt.
flour add milk Dress combined beets: and pepper
LidIIe lie IN ..... eJ1 ,..... l and meat stock I; with french dreg ing. Place calavo
- erey M..tq.'.-g sue 1VdCs I fi cook
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constantly. Add salt. Combine mixture. Top each salad with a
sauce with remaining ingredients, quarter (If a hard-cooked egg. Garnish -
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: GLADES COUNTY old bus would carry and> set out houses have quit trying to hide. Sharon Wis., Mrs. Viola Randall PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS :
Ii ; Saturday at noon for Fort Myers to i Ray Yoder Is getting a layer of of.Fort Lauderdale and Miss Georgia .
DEMOCRAT asbestos shingles on his house Pellicer of Moultrle Fla. (
wateh the Edison Day parade. And
whether to save paint or to make a I
< MOORE HAVE). FLORIDA had it not been for the appearanceof DAVE I* TOCKMAXS s
: the Moore Karen band in the pa- I creditable background for that new RLBFKAH HOLD BINGO PARTY MACHINERY \ SALE and '
Buick, I don't know Glen Strick- :
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Entered: as econd-clan matter. May rade I know I wouldn't have gone. VT "' XKIXS' HOME: KKPUK II SERVICE
t, 1927 at the Poctofflce at Moor But since I did get to see it I'm I|land has put a coat of paint on his -

Congress Hven. Florida of larch under I. 117PvblUheJ the. Act of mighty glad I made the effort for l[ filling station building which helpsa I The Rebekahs enjoyed a bingo Phone 113-\\ Clrwlston ..... -
I lot; R. Boe is still adding to his .
it was a swell affair. night at the l
last Friday
I .1 restaurant building and putting on party homeiof -
i F ery Friday Bf It aorta makes you swell up asbestos shingles to greatly Improve Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins. The \ COMPLETE and MODERN : -'
THE GLADES PIUVTING CO. !.e. I 1 little with pride when you see the the appearance; Allen Dowd I. prise for high score was won by r :--
CARR rTLF.. Publisher out and MACHINE MIOP rWt'lt1in ;
: j I little home-town band step has almost completed the remodel- Mrs. R. E. Jordan while John ,-
.--1| make such a creditable showing in lag of the new home they bought I Brown won low l
high-class and to hear I Horin Lathe Word :,::
i company
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"wrl.U.. Rater I heal on Avenue K and others are making Mrs Jerkins and Mrs. Wether-,
Oar Year ___ ________ __ '::.:>01 rank strangers on every side making alteration, remodelling, paint I ingtoB served deviled egg sandwiches {i Milling, .rinding !. _
such nice remarks about them ,
Six M..(.. --- -- -- il.s34EANDE'7INGS ing and what have you i I sad punch to Mr. and Mrs.' l :.
i From the conversation loni L. M Zany, Mrs. R. E. Jordan, Mrs. r
; i i I heard and believe me I have some! METHODIST rumen George Sturgis Mr sad Mrs Mack! Repair Service
good sized appendages for listening I John Browa
Greene Mr and Mrs
the three outstanding beads of I On MagnHoe, St rtrs Generator
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\ The doom of the Methodist Church: Mrs W. L. Wetherington and Mr. i <
I the twenty-eight or so in the parade -I are open to all regardless of faith. and Mrs Jenkins hydraulics, Carburetors and
were the Andrew Jackson and and creed Its altar is wide enough ___ r 1
By Carr SeitfcSMney 1 1J I Miami Kdison bands from the Magi to include every human heart sd : Electric Motor l-,

I City and the Moor Haven band I narrow eaoagb to exclude everything IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID;;
Strickland stopped me on from the City of Magic SoIl. The i i j bat the nreaence of Go*. If
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J tfc* street the other day to say that first two were outstanding because I you -dO- not have a regular puce of ddeati+ ....
Fred Flaaders and his Dodge boat they had courage enough to depart worship or visiting temporarily in
w lager hold the motor boat speedP' from the conventional in the type the city yon are arced to make tWa
championship of the community. of music and the method of march-I' your church boIIe.Througlto1lt From where I sit..,Gy Joe Marsh :_ <

Fred bavta been bested by Glen I ing; the Moore Haven band Ri'rl : tins quarter ending
Strieklaad In his new "Crankcraft' having courage to depart from the March: 30, the minister is taking up
He tot morning ID a race between i conventional in uniforms. In that T -
Saaday
some phase of Stewardship each
GL. the highway bridge and .the. I! they stole a march on Miami who I Sunday Where Cissy Spent -
eaftert at the month of Lateral A '1 i are probably BOW wondering why Church school is at 10:00 Sunday
aad return Glen's "Surprise' is I I'iJals i they didn't think of it first Her .:
F. morning Regular morning worship ,, Honeymoon -,
a moat little Job put oat by Chrism -I i Since the Moore Haven band : at 11:00. Youth Fellowship is
Craft aad It Is Httle surprise to learn I I7hec i coaldn afford to pay fifty or sixty i Thursday p. m., at 7:00 in the parsonage
that tt tanked eat enough peed to dollars apiece for swanky wool mili Most of the young newlyweds In and except for occasional visits to
lng run away from Fred sad hi* government -I tary-type uniforms with a lot of our town spend their honeymoon the Garden Tavern for a glass of
'OIYI boat gold braid, Bandleader. D. Jack- POT-LICK DINNER HELD at Roundstone Lake or Jackson beer,they stayed at home,getting -'.
T -- I man conceived the idea of dressing .\T II\NH\LL HOMEA : Falls; why the Martins even went used to married bliss.

of TIMe John Hall laid me oat: for them in Tari- olored shirts and white as far as New York City. My missus prefers travelingBut ...
he trousers with cowboy hats They group of friends enjoyed a pot-
1'h-e not publiciziag his the temperature on the' Frost ma d e a hit w nth ,.I...e crow d d own luck dinner at the home of Mr. and when Cissy Cupper married and that's her right. Bat from .
oat place
melt recC; got Warning at Service thermometer the there-and how! Let's hold on to Mrs H. E. Randall Sunday after the young Carter boy, they atwhere I alt, there's BO place ;;
will morning of the big freeze Aftermw the idea and if swankier uniformsare church. The guests spent the timein lowed as how they were going to better for a honeymoon fffoni :
: all John we hare no Chamber of wanted let's Just make them out visiting together and a delicipus' spend their honeymoon right here. honeymoon-than right at home- ;i.

tuni Coamwt and I have to do the beet, of swankier material and hold on dinner was served. There's BO place better than with your owa possessions, good .<, -
to the same idea. Those present Mr. and Mrs. home cooking and a friendly glass ,--.
1 trip I en. Would it have been fair for were our town Cissy says "And rd
type me to have mentioned your %l-de-i They also did a swell Job with Jacob Heflin and children Mr. and like to start married life at home of beer or two-with the best com _-
you gree reading when we had two, the marching and their playing too, Mrs Stanley Wayman and son, with things Bud and I are used to.*N pinion ia the world. ;::z
,other official readings of 26.8 and and may well be proud of the showing Stanley Jr., Mr and Mrs. Fred "<;
ov Makes think
sense,come to of it. : :
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wi 28? John's thermometer Is close they made. Coyner and children, Mr and Mrs. ;; ila >:
Folks kit them alone
naturally ; .y.
Peter Matusiak and iIt.
r to the ground and he always gets son, Shirley
Dai several degrees lower reading thanm It's almost unbeliereable the Cox, Audrey Taylor, Glenn Taylor.
the official thermometers in town. amount of energy the old town can }fro and Mrs Raymond Storey of P7rl<.I941.?.Vuiud State Brewer Foundation
lad ---- work up in the face of an expected
4 111 confess that I wasn't anticipating boom Several homes are gettinga
In a great deal when I loaded I face-lifting (mine needs it badly)
at I my kids and as many more as the and even some of the business

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S e' February 24th to March 15th, 1947 not be open for business that day. .

4 Vhf 4 No. 1 East Center St., Off Circle, Any payrolls and other money transactions should be

fulcol Sebring, Florida attended to today.

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it"Mfcl *- to DO U C U U C CO C CD at CO II U U CO I DC 0 U C C C G GO I U I CO U D >> Mr. and Mrs. Max Cole and children Wonder why! Say Betty A., how about getting

I of Fort Lauderdale spent the What little item did Peaches get down to earth and see if yon can't
i week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. catch Dean again!
Monday night! Ah! Ha!
M. A. Summers and Mr. and Mrs. What certain girl wants to meet 1
PERSONAL What U the fuse over a little pic-
and SOCIETY D. L. Summers. tare between Louise and Lois the new Senior boy! Couldn't be
[ I : Jessie Brannan could it!
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. DUley of Joyce, what do yea mean by
:1 Greenville, Pa., are the gU of snatching a Senior boy's heart at Wonder why Jessie is mad at
i C = GOO 0 . . . i this time D&a't know Doris! Could it be over a green
a 4 coo COG G- 0- 1 - .rrrm'J.J'.J' A........ their so*. Hartford DOlt, ad Mrs. you De&Dj
g g g of Hubert
and a boy by the same
E. H. Baytee was a husineM rfet.Mr -i Mrs. K. J. Baugagardaer aad Dilley for a few ..... Mr. and 1 need to have his mind on his studies' HiB
In Live Oak over last Mrs. DUley mat u... t> Orlando
week-ead.1Mr. I Mrc. Cedle Brooks spelt the weekend spun their arrival last wk.Mrs. What is Jessie trying to do now* Has Geraldine got a crash on

': ." and Mn. Barbara DuBo-e atCtewBttoa I in West Pair Beach.Mr. II Give you three guesses. j I Billy R.? I .onder-Hm.mm!

};., visited here I T. J. Gittock oC Deerfield. -
fhmdij.Mre ad Mn. Bob McKibMa and .
KJUI.. who has hoe vtardng in
UN oeaa of Cleuristoa vadted Mr. ChJcfcsrta, Okla, for the
-j.;. Archie' Watvrbjr was vd arld Mrs Fred ifakjBs Saaaay.Mr. past several JOHN H. MALOY.JR.
,. :f tar te Taatpa Satavaay.Mr. ".. asoBths has arrived to make
her home with her son. Thomas Gil- riBLuFederal \('("
< '" aid ..... George Media of lock. Tax Consultant NOTARY PUBLIC
;4. Wn ]rsrtie V* .s Veldt aNe ddeaco,
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are visitta his brotherv -
f' :. trig too .ilyssi Wegsaaiy.Axtbw Jacob Beflta and Mn. Heflin. Mra. Lloyd P. TuBer aDd Harold Sunday February 23, 1947 at PalmdaleMr.

i. .- Y Misfile west to West Pala Beacho Stall's Post Office Store
li.rvus ... ia aaiTaaday. M. tMbrt.M speatWeaaeaaay Monday to meet .... Booth VUtiam -
f acre with Mrs Ether- who arrini area MUwaakee.Wta. I.NCOME T\\
S.K-U1 Seenrit-WNhhoiding--F4bnateI DfdaratJ.n Ami
: toe .. to viatf her pare-ta, Mr andMn
Other Federal Taxes
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' gtwt Ttnaiay sandIasYar O. E. MiseUe, for a couple of
' Wedaeiday N Y'sapa .t a Ma Waaaa Hovdeahell and Djoa- weeks. \O. 1 EVT ENTER J T.. on CIRCLE, SUBBING, FLORIDA
lade. Office No. 1 East 'In-If'-Phone 60-W
aid Fanasa apt Saturday in Fort
Myen aad Sunday in Bartow. I Muses Wash Yoer and Irene Pi': me r- In"rI.u! Rt-\enue Officer
... Elean neplee I Ten Y".rf '.t>nd.. Ttrntor
eI Piutta Scott. atadeata at Stetao. University
, = 4.< o.r4.... .. westd here walk I Mr aad ... Harry Shields aad te DeLand. spent the woek-ead at
-.?, ilttL t. g 1lipies. ....... Sue. of Fort Meade apeat their hoawa here. Miss Yoder was I II

I the week.mi with Mr. and Mn. a&8III.aiiied by her roojaauue. Miss I ,.
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ant M" F. B. Mills and Mn.Mffla Mack Oresa Doris Joaa dark of Lake Wales. I II

brother from J,_ .da I I
f wore ...... her Meaday. Mr. aai Mra. H. J. Da.... Among those ia Port Myers Sat- Get the Habit of Shopping at

r daughter Pay sat sea Navarre of riay for the Edisoa Day parade i
A. G, Hntchinson and E. H Auburadale viatted friends here were Mn. L. E. Far-am Mn. W.

Boyles were in Ona Tuesday attending I Sunday.Mrs. D. JarttmaB and baby, Jimmie Far-

t Cattleman's Field Day_ I wua, Mrs. L R. Strickland, Mn. The IB

'"-' -- Belle McUhwy, who Sa A. O. Howdeshell. Mn. Mary Roberta
Mi-
Virginia T )df'i 01' W?st Palm I
Brach 8ient the wet r.-end ht-rf with spending the staler with Mr. and Vernon Smith Mn. B. O. "Family FortMyers
Mrs. Hartford Woodward, Mrs Jure Woodward.Can .
Dflley. has retaraei
Mr and Mrs R D Yoder
R from a brief visit la Orlando Settle, Sue and Sandra Settle, Dept.
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i r .. .-y I I ______ Glenn Taylor. Grace Ball Mr. and
Mr and Mel Joe Priae and F. D. Tarn sad Jimmy andJobasy. Store" Fla.
Mr. and Mn. W. F. Miller
daughter, Susan of Fort Meade, are
Mr. aDd Mn. R. D. Yoder
/// and Wanda -
T.slting Mrs. Priae'a titter. Mrs
Paye. Mr. aDd Mn. II. C Keea-
T-uS Cook and Mr. Cook.
.. aa aDd Mr. and Mra. W. E.: SHaoa.
Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More
M:' and Mrs. E. J. Casper and I \PTI.VT W. M. 1'. MEETS
children! of Ft. La iwdale spent AT HOME OF MRS. LILLY BUT FROM: OCR C.\T.\LOG-Qnr 10OOOO It nsAXNOU.NCING i

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I i
. !i 1 Adkins. The Baptist W. M. U. aet Monday -i

Z Sun. ti Mon Fob. 2 i night at the HIDe of Mr. and ., .,w.---- -
,
t -HOLIDAY IX '1E. lar i R. D. Lyoss WM in West Pain I I Mrs. L. M. Lilly for a Royal Service -

f (In Technicolor I Beach yesterday to m* ( Mrs. W program. After the program

t Cartoon News who was ret.T-ic bore from eswhich a was in charge of Mrs. John MY CANDIDACY: FOR
visit of Bereral weeks ta Chicago,I I Brown, a social hour was enjoyed
111.j i by thoM preeeat.I .

Tues. A Wed.. Feb. 25:C t t"COURAGE I Mrs. Lilly served; apple float STATE SENATOR 27TH DISTRICT
cake, crackers and pinch to Mr. and
OF LISSIE' I j Mr. and Mrs. Howard MauD of i Mrs. Fred Jefiklcs, Mr and Mrs.
(In Technicolor) j j Oak Hill W. Va. visited over last I W. L Wetheriagton. Mrs. John i
Born in old DeSoto Coanty 38 years ago. reared in
Nothing Like It Before night with Mr. and Mrs C. H. Settle Brawn Mr. and Mrs H. I. Robinson.
They were en roate b .e after Rev. and Mrs. John A. Moore, Mrs.R. Highlands and Hardee Counties; now engaged in cattle business -

spending several week in Vera A. Williams Mrs. N. L.
Lang-
in Hardee and have interests In Highlands. ,
,!.. Fri. & Sat Feb. %8, Mar: 1"FAiTHFCL Beach: and Stuart. dale. Mrs. W. L. Bryant Mra. P. grove i

I-V MY E. Lundy Mrs. George Sturgis. Mrs.

}'.\ Gordon Croons, a former principal R. E. Jordan. Mrs. Mack Greene YOUR SUPPORT WILL APPRECIATED
of Moore Haven High Scfaool, Mrs. J. W. Cram Mrs. E. C. Byrd.
Tears and Laughter J visited friends here feat Saturday Mrs. A. O. Howdeshell, Mrs. W. T.

!i: After tearing the local school hwas BiB Mrs. J. C. SwiadaH and Mrs. FRANCIS E. ROBERTS
Cora Frarier.PHEACHINC..
: employed on the atomic bomb
Beginning New; Senos
project at Oak Ridge. Tenn. and
"HOP 11\fit', '\\ has recently retained to Florida to SERVICES. AT ,
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BIO
11'I'I teaching at Bonita BEAR BEACH CHPKL .

.Springs I I There will be preaching

,at Big Bear Beach Chapel. servICf'I'

port, this Sanday February
8-0 a. Rev. D. C. Hancock
FOR SALE
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Shorty MclaggertRefigeration HELP WANTED MALI APPROXIMATELY 45O TONS SUGAR CAVE. VARIETY

Reliable man with ear wanted tall o CP U9. AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE CUTTING,

on farmers ta Glades County -, SUITABLE FOR FEED.
Woaaerfal opportvaity. IIS to
Service $20 ia a day. No exaorieaee or Write bent cash offer on entirety

capital required Permaaeat. Write

today. McNESS COMPANY Dept_ Eric Bass
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE A, Freeport. HI. 2tp

I Box L 9>3 Ocean View Branch Miami Reach, Florida
WANTED Salesmen and saleswomen
\1..0- I
for high-type selling in
I Glades and adjoining coaaties. See

Repair Electrical Ranges II. F. Hyatt at Moore Haven Trail I
Washing Machines
Park after 5pm. Hp
and All Other Electrical Appliances I

School Daze- I NOW !

(Contlaised froas Pap One) I
CONTACTDOWD'S thank Mn. Carr for giving us out
candy hearts. We thank Roger f
t
Swaasoa's aarotts tor the oranges

STORE PE flsON.1 I Quick Frozen FoodsARE

MOOKE HIVKN OR Answer to last week: Doris

C\LL MOORE 1UVEN 2931 BELLE GL.\DE Sin fith.This witty little gal has the Gru-\\ NOW AVAILABLE IN MOORE

r or of being ta the faadiy

-. sera handsome: brothers and HAVEN
sist *. She has beautiful bro.ahair
"
: : 1i: 7 :: ., w .:-' .; : and eyes aad is *' 2" aad

weighs It5 She ales baa the privilege
of being a Seaior. We are local agents for

Her favorites are:
Babies Clinic Food: Fried chfekea. BORDEN'S FROZEN FOODS
Song "011. But IDe."
k
Hobby Collect pk iP .
i AT I. Band leader Harry -. I Complete Assortment of Vegetables

I Actress actor :Van Esier Jcbussa.......... Meats, Fish, Fruit

CITY HALL, MOORE HAVEN I PUueShow.
--
I .NO OPEIJoyce Delicious and Priced RightSettle's
\\EDNE.-DAY, 11:00 A. >L TO :::00 P. M.Ml hardlv
watt
can anticAay we
Everglades again because: '
ahei,
is! looking forward to Mela; Hu'
, docs Mt vcr1-td dmrfat? the. pMt t.t"h'e1 :::: I
Hill and Horace Parker
; u.ont-s will be rsocl-sts*. tit9t dots vm&m Iteve < 3t mouths I Woadlswhere Louise *.Td Doris I SundriesP.

got their bright c-en "."kt.J .
of age ..4e i' all a nqitf-' .m,1 sidleover

Ifj.. I the new bob .\nbiir O. Arcade

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Range of Radar Depends I

f- On Elevation and Humidity

: mileAwhil

" rine Radar navigation equipment has used an effective in ma- Union Rank and File Ask J

range of from 15 to 30 miles, depending -

on its elevation, as the !
high-frequency waves under nor- For Extended Labor Peace That' All First Choice

,, mal atmospheric conditions pass Instructor (to student reading Best Man (seeking bridegroomafter
into space after reaching the hori- I I magazine)-What are you doing, the ceremony) 'Vhere'sMac

zon instead of following the earth's "! learning something ?

curvature, according to Collier's. By BAUKHAGE Student-No, Sir, I'm listening to Guest-He's round at the back of
But hot humid layers of air closeto Newt Amljit sod Commentator. you. the car trying on the old shoes.

the earth refract or bend these ,
waves downward, enabling themto I WNU Service,1616 Eye Street,N.W., they don't have one and good news Unbelievable Truth
Washington, D. C. when they do which is i Who's Nuts? ?
detect ships and shore stationsfar every year She-What's yer name
below the horizon. I WASHINGTON. Sitting in the since 1863 when Abraham Lincoln j Ptint-Wby tttck mt i. lit vtrAulfb Smith-Smith.

For instance, during one recent ; committee room where the hearings signed the bill authorizing estab- ibtt tray aryl She-C'mon, quit stallin'-what's

hot season, a radar set near Bom- on the forthcoming labor bills have lishment of the department of agri- Doctor-HospiuFt rfIf&tltl-fs It yer real name?

bay attained ranges up to 1,500 I been taking place I often have wondered culture and outlining its functions. i SroseblesomelPsrieetHe's Smi akespeare.

miles, or 75 times as far as its I how closely At this writing the book is still \ aids Kttpi looking She-That's better. You men
I ground, saying "No lions, mo tiger, motItt
normal range of 20 miles. 'i they were being in galleys but will be out soon. Circumstances I >bHtfnd ttt tint the room*, have been pullin' that Smith gag

i followed by which interrupted the an- IMlJ 0/ ',,,., on me long enough.
1: the rank and nual publication of this work have '

file of the unionmembers. combined to make it perhaps the '
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT Of most interesting in the history of i NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS

course, the leaders the department Its title is "Sciencein I

t were listen- Farming" and it will reveal some Initialed Linens Personality Plus
M- ing with cocked of the tremendous advances which

i ears to every syllable have affected the products of agri-
INSTRUCTION TheM single. laz:1: a1sy rtttca flower toltiajj -
-were they culture during and because of the
are quick to do. Pattern 7393 htl
,
BOaTE-MADK}ate efficient.rat One trap dollar new for idea plans cheap to listening with the 7 war. The editor is Alfred Stefferud : transfer of two I), and two lli.laeh

build ;your own trap, Satisfaction cuarante -. same ears as the and the authors of the some 150 alphabet: stitches.
ROBERT BOBBINS. Patrick IB*
Send order to
odd Jour :
menThe articles which it contains are

i MISCELLANEOUS reason I mostly scientists in the department. GbSk Sevtar Circle Xeedleeratt D.ptW4 .
t ask that is because Some are staff members of state W. fUBdolpfc St. Cklear* M, IB.Xaclos .
TREE SHEET MUSIC. Join our monthly __..__ _.
.
A 30 cents for
,
t etter pattern.
1 tub No Initiation few. No due*. Ul d colleges, state agricultural experi
{Nall.. MaaiclaktmmttUm.. .-.. I received which Banih te ment stations and other government No

DON'T LOll! TOUR KEYS asked: laboratories. As editor Stefferui. Nam-
J Send for Lund Only Safety 25 cent Key*-Coin.H.KP Snap. TODAY.I "How can the thousands of union says, this yearbook will furnish ". : A
MFQ. CO.. WI..aI.. New J'.rk. members like myself make people wealth of information on how to live

I A ....$11.1 OIL PAINTING of you your understand that what the leaders of better and work better, information
r t child, anrtce man.or anyone--from photo- unions do not the views of about food
graph *2S. Wrfite WILLARDT. 8TCDIO.US our are clothing, housing, gar- :
4;'. I.:.,....".AI..,.u,...New M.D... the small fry rank and file members dens, pests, forests new processesand

I ?" He goes on to claim that many other things." I I OLDER PEdE!
SEEDS PLANTS ETC.
these international officers are There isn't room here to list all ,
Black X>l.M... watera.len S*.<.Certt. or elected at a convention attended bya of the contents but the articles i

CpnMson. G. :BUek'a Alfalfa Beat Seed Ce., alunf,Btajwee Beanf*:OkU.Cowpeat. I certain few. And we who stay at which deal with plant and animal I Many Doctors Affm

home and pay their salaries by our genetics recount tremendous strides i

WANTED TO BUY : monthly dues have nothing to say made in breeding, feeding and care, #/a//14'ER6r TONIC
WANTIB: J'Al1a MAIN NIGH 4".IIOU"1 I about who our national officers are and combating insects and dis :

: eekway... Oir* detail La......... O. to be or what policies are to be fol- eases. The hen getting her respira- I Older people I If J'O\IUYU'IIU
lowed. The first inkling we have of tion measured in the picture is an itamiu you ibottU-eecaBeeyoBT
what is going on is when we read it example of the studies of conditions I Vitamin.tet Uck aM the aatnrml AID
CMrtyfeBOdiatBaton
The Beat InvestmentU. in the paper." favorable to health and well beingof I fl ofla* ye*need-roqH Had
He points out that people like him- poultry, cattle and horses which i f Miss eeo* ta. .hse Scott's iBo: aioa.
B.u..rn. *4r
S. Savings Bonds self have no huge financial reserves, have been made. .n.Um._ te eU*. See tail
no way to make themselves heard. 7242 + woaderfal dlffereice-biy
Then there are the new products Seotf at your druS>dst'a Maf
"All we want, he insists, is to be
which have been created out of old
"left alone. We want to work. We
ones; Utilization of corn-cobs and
want to work hard because we are I'
stalks and straw; the manufactureof I&TiIIlIIE
all financially broke. It is our fervent -
vegetable meals that used to be
t wish that everybody let us
alone and let us work in peace." I dumped; chapters on penicillin and I

WHEN COlDS STRIKEModem When I read that letter on the (

air, another 59-year-old automobile \
Way Brings Grand Comfort worker (member of a CIO union) WHYPAYNORElfl
C 5bea ditoomfort of itch nab chi wrote in immediately to agree with .tea j jt I
t Hoe CM to Milan ill*,,' many rout the sentiments. He says: "All I ask jI
f. now rub FBNBTRO lot I ONE initial alone or mono- -- -
your -
t q idck 4C af rlis l.a : for is 52 weeks' work in a year (including jI I
DM-and a-, one week vacation with gtam embroidered In this

NSIROt'8 pay), no strikes, no lay-offs and no dainty alphabet says definitelyit -
.ftpcn nlMM at MM to oooa*kriUi increase (underlined by the writer) 4 I a 799(9((. Use your favorite color YOU
TOpar bronchial tnbw. eMu &be bead,
*. It'i fun.
Mb***forttaiMt.Hp oott oooftfaif.PKNETBO in wages. Industry and farm prices
GIVBie
pproTsd matton st baton and .. any increase I might get I too,
ejfctifla o bs la to help break 1 I II fI j Last Patroon Exercised
op tb*mediastioo5 tad rvJkra meaVcultfiorwMMofoQidi. I wish we could get a secret poll of rnrn'ir'irrnm@mmrIDrn

.FfiNBTROAMM4n CIO members on such matters as 1j j Feudal Rights Till 1839
working fat boon,.ooocncw netful I above, but that is quite improbable I.
r top. Modatn mother*trst j w\mt IIIchaiIPII
the union leaders would discourage
to thin whits -
I' any such vote." America's last patroon, or lord

PENETROXRUBBJCllf i Another listener reminded me of 1 of a vast tract of land occupiedby

r : the so-called "Barnes bill" in Massachusetts i tenant farmers, was Stephen with
{ i to compel unions to file Van Rensselaer of New York State

: certain statements with the Com- I T \I (1765-1839). Until his death, he exercised lrrn[ [ w1rn
C that make folks monwealth a bill fought by union feudal rights over his 400-

I sleep all night I I leaders-which was carried by so square-mile manor, which included -

Two aa5ds sue aleep adsorbed beeaaee oftne I large a majority that observers holding a court of law, appointing -
aewi ttb. beiac avtkened sight atc.ei5ht figured that more than 50 per cent < the clergy and compelling his
UuU *
.i'p from *
kdaabL Let's bopaeo Tbat a-.s..t! I of the members of unions in the tenants to purchase their commodities

i d.irm.nosuapr PUla uroally allay vitaiaH ml5atandFo.yPiLa boon Since bUo- i Bay state had voted in its favor. at his store. His income from r uur4o&sc, SEED co.

potent.Fpl.r Fill nut benefit 7os within M A woman correspondent added her rents, profits and court fines DtnOCT 31 SAN MANOJCO M
i boon: or DOUBLE; YOCK MONET BACK.Slake the first worker.
in of amounted
ji.so to about
s 24-bow Urt.Get Foley P>11*froze dnjrlut. voice support $1,000,000 a
FnU utiifMttoe.er DOCBLE YOtallOKEY ,! She wrote: "Men looking for work year.
I BALL are trying to avoid Jobs where they

have to Join unions." I Biophysicist II. G. Barott of department -
Of course, there were many who of
agriculture places
disagreed. One of the most p r
hen in respiration calorimeter to
COlD ment was a 75-year-old 0
vehe-I
i measure intake of oxygen and
work the railroad in I
began on
of
output carbon dioxide and heat.
He described early days when
SUFFERERS! ization was just getting under
1 rutin showing the new bond between
He said: "When I joined way'l
S +*f >S-S > agriculture and pharmacy. I nevet
Brakemen, it was a crime. In
666 STARTS MUCf IMJU5T6SICOND guessed that rutin can be made from
had to keep it a secret
you !I some 35 different plants and the
went head. lie characterizesthe i
your !
richest in yield is the that
one
produces
-V S Si
S union man who criticizes his
Okt taawaa. *reKrp eav#* I those tasty buckwheat cakes
iS. tinltrsm leadership as "a parasite glad to geta
for ttftt-n
that
I used to drown in maple
'isfies .. syrupin
toM .Tr and better
raise working conditions r
;
::
CU ', er..4SS my youth. .
= CoU but who will let the other
.Pn.armtk .fcxUr- fellow pay for his fare." Then there is the story of "velva,"
Ca.u.: U ealyM
.trch4. An Ohio union member concurs, the toothsome product made of

saying: "When anyone tells you that over-ripe fruit You may or may not

08-47 they do not have a say in what their know that one of the most difficult

-WNU-14--- officers do, they show no respect flavors to preserve is that of the
whatsoever Sot the truth. They apple. It was never captured even

Must should attend their meetirgs and in candy, successfully. Now, how.
Kidneys help shape their policies, and don't ever, it has been anchored and there

Well- blame their officers for what is done is an apple flavor as satisfactoryas
Work because it is their own fault" vanilla. Incidentally one of the

For Too To Feel WeD Obviously, situations differ in different most fascinating articles is the re-
sult of which reveals what
S4 W. ..., day. T days everyveak. unions. a survey
Mrer stopniM... tbbUod.If UekWa-ye. CtarnKeaiatMtr When the bill is written by Americans eat and why.

acre pip m wire svtrs sf bOY IM congress, I believe it will be so After even a rather hurried glanceat 0 Rub hi Ben-Gay for welcome,fast relief from stiff
kiA.ays ,Haas .ootaaU7. sal tsro..ud4.ser.dd. ..tkre..tW phrased that it will make it possi- the contents of this volume I neck pain. Gentle, soothing Ben-Gay contains up to

&Ua Hasa w, >.. u.. )i..4itko.k ble for the majority of union men realize bow lucky are the people 2 V4 time more of those famous paia-relieving agents
war.. eo altil. tMn .9514 if not the majority of the leaders, to who have a friend in congress from known to all doctors.-methyl salicylate and mentholthan
.. M&W Ikidrge WD vote without qualms for the men whom they can obtain a of
...IT'-II nee copy five other widely offered rub-inL Insist OQ
:==:...h.pwt aebnny who wrote it That seems common "Science and Fanning." Under the genuine BeD-Ga1, the original Bavme Analg4sique,
doa lat political sense. law 260.000 copies of the yearbook It acts fast where you hurt
It-.. ,....,adIf untIIf are printed as congressional docu-
a_ to f er rah *M U BOKftTCIa, IIISCU K& ml COLDS J1
ments and all of these
nearly are
s.5 WT..t:.:F""I'" "F.Ti.t Twft'D ... .CM. I New Book ot Wonders I delivered to congressmen. It is left Ask fir KU a..c.iy far aM&I .
>w w tdJAIac.wl.r to their discretion to distribute

.u...."-aMU ,., att.M::: : them. They also can be purchased
: I
When was reminded that there from the superintendent of documents -
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u.wt
.. tMq. i was going to be an Agricultural of the U. S. government printing
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I Yearbook this year (the first one office. The price has not been '
since 1942) hot-footed it over to announced at this writing but I o

) iiy J' the editor because the Agricultural imagine it win not exceed $2 this
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r aiii.9L So ? WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS ANTARCTICA f


i. the Youth best must service be is served discipline.and Accidents Kill 100,000 in 1946; New The Discoveries vast frigid Antarctic lyingat ": JUsm.I

the bottom of the world began
t The righteous are the best of to take clearer shape aa a result of :
State Program
r us; it's the self-righteous who Department Maps ; the Byrd expedition. No lest than Celebration

f exasperate.Fault 123,000 square miles of hitherto un- Sign in an apartment (first floor)
F is easy to find; conE Seek Presidential Term Curb charted wasteland were mappedby window PIANO FOR SALE.

E fidence is easy to lose. naval explorers in the first five Sign in next door apartmentfirst

Laughing at oneself is aD Released by WnUB. Kfmrptprr Colon. weeks of polar operations. ( floor) window: HURRAH.
(KDITOK'f KOTE- Wkea lmUM r *i UCM ears.- ttty ar* UMrw .ftle.itra
very well but it might be > .,*rtr La.a's sera : Ijtl*n.a:. .*cc Mrttr of tkte *wMM .) Fliers photographed and charted

more profitable to take time .__. 4 great bays, eight major mountain Followers
s out occasionally to scold one- ranges more than 20 islands 3 important ALirt**-I*Et'.ly.jor oUttt. tar!
r- I peninsulas and 2,000 milescf lisle Dorothy-Yin
self.Some coastland. Most important sin Mrit-A H n>i. om4i, ./tea krf
men are made by circumstances h
Halt wed uA-
Dorolh.Y trn
gle discovery was a vast bay cutting
and a lot of oth-
f ort
deeply into the continent from
ers are unmade by th m.
Franklin Roosevelt sea. It meas-
When the heart is right To the average woman there
yon ured 180 miles in length and 120
can forget that the liver may )* r miles in width. are two kinds of secrets those toe
be wrong Q good t. keep and those not worth
Now on his fourth antarctic ex-
keeping.
pedition, Byrd remained sold on
the white-capped continent He asserted
that it contains a treasure-

house of raw materials which could DOES WONDERS FOR

U. S.
v supplement resources depleted
When during the war.
your CONSTIPATED MAN


little ones #I Fashion PARIS: Parade

Y; & Famous cereal keeps him"regular"
.
Hens roosters and rabbits '
eggs without drugs
estehescold were among the fashion themes of

44 .... famed Parisian designers at the recent -
style showing in the French Discouraged about roar constipation
Russian Delegate Andrei Gromyko (left front) explains Soviet capital Then read this since/.,
l' stand on disarmament while Alexander Cadogan of Britain (center) I SchiapareCi set the farmland unsolicited letter:
; and Warren Austin of the U. S. (extreme right) listen attentively.
I motif in hats and on prints using 1 tried M BUT Wade cf kzktiTCa f rtoutipAbem.
; do what most cotton instead of silk wool and syn- but tfur a vfeO tau .1
Tonight.do to relieve miseries I U.N.: it would prevent the free flow of I thetic materials. Mindful of tht failed to 4o their vork. I Muted .a wt
trade promised in the deal Should icu ooc's 4LZ REAR ton TJw sat
of children's colds !
: shortage of maids the world over to'" this vmutarfriprodMt
I u4 VM Mipriwd
How ?
Disarm Britain extend the provisionsto
to
same
Simply rub wanting,sooth- what with high wages prevailing WJjxd BM u wary hzattrw bad
ing Vicks VapoRub on Sick of war, the U. S. and Rus I India. Egypt and other countries, in other work, SchiapareQi thought- hOcd to da I_t It*wy day MV ud mbapry
throat chest and back at it would tend to choke free trade.In to laY I fed Eto a MV sawn Kr.
sia remained sold world disarm- added de dinner
on fully luxe to
bedtime.Results the British aprons B. LM Ward 111 Ark A"LL --. cdgs-
are so good answering Snyder,
ament but as the two great pow- dresses for home service. !0d
because VapcRub"spedalrtl1efbr'.ng1ng declared it had no in- .
in locked government the theme in all
ers conflicting camps, they Simplicity was
action starts tention to apply the terms to future I Yes, eating ALL-BRANreg4-
horns on procedure.The designs even in daring evening apparel -
instantly'. and keeps on trade pacts.Jlarriage. lady often brings lotting relief
working for hours during atomic bomb remained the where it was effectively usedto from constipation due to lack of
the night while the chad nub of the problem. The U. S. Aid bring out the most of milady. bulk in the diet For best molts,
sleeps. Often by morning insisted that no adequate system of Smartly tailored dresses taQleurs eat it for breakfast every day-
most misery of the cold Is collective security could be devised Alarmed by the rising divorcerate and peplums were given a big play and drink plenty of water. Try It

gone.Remember Mother... until establishment of effective con- the British Labor government although fancy prices as high as for tea days! If by that time you

be tore you get the one and trol over A-bombs long-range rock- proposed a new welfare service devoted $600, put the originals out of the are not ARRAN withKELLOGGS tend
,
only Picks VapoRub. ets and other mass destruction toward stabilizing marriage. working girl's reach. the
the empty carton to Kdlogf
weapons. The Russians on the oth- Bannered by the London press the Le Long produced a knockout in a Company Battle Creek,Michigan

er hand wanted the U. S. to sur- proposal attracted the keen Inter- classic pink formal slashed to the and get wvXlt yror money loch.
render the A-bomb and disarm at est of parliament waist in the front, back and sides.
Gas I the same time. Declaring that the service shouldnot ALL-BRAN II not a purgative
; on Stomach I U. S. military that be a state institution the gov- FINANCE: ? -::-- but a wholesome food made frca
......M I Marisa to.....psw swq bait experts reason that it be de- J -- the vital outer layers of whole
ernment
wr_._...._w nL..,..... j should the U. S. give up the atomic suggested A Comer wheat Eat daily e7'eras a1MOROLIE1
.......w..rrr W reta.ef.f..ay'ot"'r" bomb without effective veloped through existing facilities of
securing
.. .,. | in oraff&s. Ak TOOT 1<<
'---- charitable or grocer
1Ie--- U..tir.la5 .a. i control and scrap ships airplanes religious and organizations Canny 40-year-old Robert R. Young iELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN.
J- He lua&tooL a.Set,.. rM I. S receiving state aid. In many continued to shake Wan street with
i
t-4wM>MT -Mod M Man.!fattto and tanks simultaneously, Russia
*u*U tn:: would have a distinct advantage in instances, wise counsel may solve his aggressive advances for a trans-

case of future hostilities since she difficulties arising from tempera- continental railroad line.
"; could quickly remobilize her ground mental differences or the ordinary Young a former New York stock- 1

!1 forces. Thus stripped of effective problems of the day and prevent broker who catapulted into the na- VALUEMUSCULAR\ cunf rroouuu
marital splits it was said. limelight by communication and power, the U. S.
would stand empty-handed at the At the same time the govern- in purchase
other end cf the world. ment said there is need of educa- of the

No responsible official could stom- tion for marriage parenthood and Van Swerin- Prompt, Lo.C..tilC Relief sec

a ach that prospectMishaps family life through enlightened bo- empire
operation of parents teachers and I'I'tional only $510.000,

Outdoors In any pastors. Engaged couples should the ABe-

wtethtr fat keep I Take Big Toll I receive guidance specific before taking instruction their vows.and dominates corporation, ACNESPAINSM

vnfortM with SOLES I Ii it added. and BrMhU Pafcfal
i Home, sweet home continued to be the Nickle a CC..ge gbes T |

eswtiles+ ffftis by the most dangerous place in IM5, STATE DEPARTMENT: Plate and Pert IUION'-

07r b'vaaiEii National Safety council reported in I Aims Robert B. Marquette.
its roundup of accidents for the : Legislative Young Operating through

year. No less than 34,000 persons While Secretary of State Marshall Allegheny Young

I were killed in their homes and over called for early congressional actionon is said to have increased his holdings -

5,000,000 incurred: disabling injuries.In his request for fun aid to the in the New York Central to

\ all 100.000 persons were killed hungry in war-stricken areas overseas 309.000 shares and bought up almost
and 10400.000 injured in accidents the senate foreign relationscommittee $18,000,000 in Rock Island securi-

for 1946 wit an average of lout indicated it would hold ties. Control of these two lines

; of 13 people in the U. S. sufferinga off consideration until receiving ex- would give him a run from New

; disabling mishap. Based on wage President Hoover's report on food York to Chicago to New Mexico

requirements for Germany. from whence fce could bargain for scats anus pans

Marshall made his request in a track rights to the Pacific coast, \ aw lydo......a es.wsk .-
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CRASH statement to the committee listing completing his dream of a transcontinental
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the department's legislative pro- line.
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:/ h gram. Other action sought included An aggressive champion of rail- S dun.siab. w'I Mp..ad ..
: road modernization to keep up with ptaarei4.l4nyetrewhi
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-senate approval of the Balkan other competitive modes of transportation s tttl.,a:
peace treaties signed in Pans Feb- Young repeatedly has assailed : V8 ..a t ..b.w wan.a.-

j erR ruary 10. carrier interests for failure i tottetf.i4 but WkMyo sfs-t*c Mat HB -*Unto
Authorization for the St Law- to improve their properties. He is a erays.w Iauy C t'Ir ON'NM
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U. S. Savings Bonds rence seaway.Legislation. strong believer in advertising. Ie N q .1aw ,puss.so.c1 sat
for entry of displaced : +ttiWweymbfnee .
---- persons into this country. BUILDING: Leerhd..,1M.mMrt.tai

losses medical'expenses, overhead -Tax exemptions for persons Labor Pact
WHEN NERVES CRY cost of insurance for accidents production making gifts to the U.N.

delays, industrial damageand AFL building trades unions and 1
property damage from traffic PRESIDENCY: Associated General Contractors of

mishaps and fires the economicloss Rush Curb America set a pattern for postwar
labor and management relations -
i was dollars.estimated at over 34 billion -,, Mustering its full strength the designed to minimize work- ihlbHt**********

Republican majority in congress ing disputes and speed completion
LINIMENT
SOBETONE Automobile accidents claimed 33- Buy and Hold Your
pushed for passage of a bill by Rep of postwar construction:
for q ien ebet an coti 465 lives; falls 27.800; bums 10. resentative Micbener (Rep., Mich.]) Officials of the union and contractors U. S. Sayings Bonds
200; drownings. 7.300; railroads. 3. for to industrial
limiting a president two terms. disclosed their plan for -

F domestic:8; firearms air travel 31,100., 107.and scheduled Only 1.2 Denying Democratic charges thai" peace in a letter to President SHbt***********
the measure was "anti-Roosevelt. Truman. Under the agreement,
passenger deaths were recorded fernery the GOP contended it '
was designed, partie to a dispute would submit
miles
1 100 million'passenzer to curb the growth of autocratic their case to a joint national conference
11a Sehr hevea N+etlr! covered by commercial air cues. power and put a historic U. S. tradition committee composed of rep Black v.Leaf40.

hl pr t s bl. WORLD TRADE into law.Michener resentatives of labor and management
:
Ntttel7 leffie) urged speedy action on for arbitration. The committee -
Hit British Pact the measure to allow state legislatures would have no Jurisdiction over I r A.ilwswOAl11

now in session to ratify it organization strikes. GMUt
Britain renounced any intentions {N HUtIIRt..
of negotiating restrictive trace j as a constitutional amendment In The Associated Contractors represent H : = O ON HOOV*
Ida Mt.e paia aipa1J acbes (toot clauses with ether countries follow addition to congressional approval, aH branches of the construction
I beck aria aide IUaia.IIuIabqe p.a. ing Secretary of the Treasury I three-fourths of the' 44 states must Industry bat principally builden -
I duo 10 taeiawR eposura for fut wade to London ratify before it becomes effective. if commerda1lWctmu, highways
protest over I
Snyder's
I ,. lisimeoc specially made a.ootbe
Lad eM Should delay Mkhener
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congress .
sack ryapmou.Sotewes terms of an agreement with Argentine I roads, bridges dams and other
Lt.i o...1CieMi6c,.M-". said many legislatures may adjourn heavy projects. Unions Involved
cbM 8CILkc to 1H9 before being able to act cpon include -
f 1--- carpenters. teamsters
Under the disputed
pact
-.nada m- Argenj j'I the proposal.
plumbers roofers, sheet metal
tina would be able to draw
e Maim pat lidr's s1 :Meanwhile President Truman injected
; worker, patters and peperLsxgrs -
VMS fmhiuffocr blood. owed her by Britain in years when himself into discussion of the
i i plasterers and cement finishers
the latter sold more than she bought
Soretoae 11 lily! presidency by proposing that con stone cutters, marble polishers
from the South American nation but |
k.- change the rules of
succession
UlliU
Nodaq die gress tod
lathers bricklayers, carriers
... -aa the money would have to be spent'
Q.a. M.ia to permit the speaker cf the house to
common: laborers Iron workers -
soma be roan' or Btooer within the British empire. In this ,; take over when the chief executive ,
Ucfc.: XX, try tut 1= Britain would prevent Argentina granite cutters electricians,
= manner gives office and no vice
I1JXX |_LTtr up president boilermakers tad engineers.
Somooc for Azk. IS from draining valuable foreign l exists. Under present law, the secretary -
Other engaged ca coatfucttea
like U. S. dollars. grocps
bw'tFW'uIUaafinw l currency.
j of state succeeds in such a projects also can avail *asuans_
d...cosow, foot- a..Ate Snyder contended that the agreement situation. Elevation of the speaker themselves of ta* services cf the tar-

.. neUSION MAns RI violated the 34 bullion dollar I would permit the advancement of ta conference ccsaatttM setUeaeelTfiwr4"
loan recently granted Britain m that elective officer Mr. Truman said I 1 ** *%l di

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PAG11 EIGHT GLAMS COUNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21.WOLLIE 1831I
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I SETTLE CLASS Moore Haven. Florida. Dated this 30th day of property lying being and situate In Security Company
MEETS AT YODER HOME Jan 21, Feb. 7. 14. 21, 1947. A. D. 1947. 1anuar1'1 the, County of Glade. State of Florida a corporation organised and existing
tt s (SEAL) D. s. to-wit: under the law of the State of
Clerk Circuit Court Giade Northwest Quarter (NWVi of Delaware et al. are defendants beIng
The Mollie Settle NOTICE Or PrI.ICTIO\ FOR County, Florida. Section 27 and the North Half case number SS.
class of the I
TAX DEED J..n 21. Feb '7-14-M U47 DO END ORDERED at Moore
(NH) of Section IS In Township
ilethodlst of Hor-
Church met Wednesday 31 South Range 33 East Haven Glade County, State
l\ THE CIRCI IT COIRT OF Tilt ida this the 13th day of February.
sight at the home of Mrs. R. D. that MABEL. In the
NOTICE Is hereby given TWKLFTH JIUICIAU fIRCI IT OK said suit having been filed 1947.
d Toder .with Mrs. C. H. Settle lead- ROBF.RTS THIR K. holder of ta* THE STATE OF f'LOHlD.n 4>DI i Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial D. &
certificates No. 285* issued the 1st FOR (.L."U.:<< "OI'VTY. Circuit for the State of Florida in and (SEAL) CourtMACFARLANE.
Ing the devotional. After the bnsizieBs day of August 1927. and Certificate l> CHAM: -CHY.O. ; I for Glades County, wherein J. Herndon Clerk of FERGUSON the Circuit,
meeting a social hour was en- No 27S Issued the 7th day of October. % BBS I Hansbrough, as administrator of KELLYBy .
1)25. has filed same In my office and i the estate of William Henry Jackson, ALLISON &
joyed. has made application for a tax deed deceased, and Lutie Mote Jackson Thomas Alexander
Airs i to be issued thereon. Said Certificates J. HERNDON HANSBROUGH. as Administrator widow and sole heir at law of William Attorneys for Plaintiff
Yoder served delicious pineapple embrace the following described of the Estate of William Henry Jackson, deceased are,!( Feb 14-21-2S. March 7.
upside-do cake coffee and property in the County of GLADES, Henry Jackson Deceased and I
State of Florida, to-wit: LUTIE MOTE JACKSON, widow and
tea, to: Mrs. C. H. Settle. Mrs. J. Lot 4, muck 52 Palmdale. I sole heir at law of William Henry'

M. Conse. Mrs. Belle McElheney, Lot 6, Block 52 Palmdale.The Jackson, Deceased
) assessment of the said property I Plaintiffs,
Irs. Kenneth Baumgardner Mrs. I. under the said certificate issued vs.FEDERAL.

E. Scott Mrs. H. I. Robinson, Mrs. wa In the name of J. J. Campbell and I. SECURITY COMPANY, a j HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
Gladys .'. R Kress respectively. corporation organized and existing
Stalls Mrs. J. W. Adkins
Unless said certificate shall tw redeemed under the laws of the State of Delaware -
Mrs. Mary Roberta Merry Lynn Roberts according to law, the property et al,

Mrs. Harry Foster. Mrs Lillian the highest described therein will the Courthousedoor be sold to I I Deendantll.XnTIC"t }1' MILKAnd
ratat
: TO APPEAR
Goyette Mrs. Carolyn Bales on the Monday in the STATE OF FLORIDA I
month of March. 147 which i* the I
and Mrs. Nora Rudolph. 3rd day of March. 1910.Dated TO: FEDERAL SECURITY COMPANY
this 28th day of January. a corporation organized and existing Other Alfai Products
under the laws of the Stateof
1947. I Delaware with Its office and
lv TIIK rilirriT '
COIHT TIIKTWKLFTII
OF SEAL) D. S. WEEKS
( principal place of business nt 100
FLORIDA IX JtUICIAL AMJ FOR nlln(LAD6t'OrTY IT OK*. Clerk Glades of County Circuit Florida Court I West Tenth Street City of Wil AVAILABLE AT YOUR
mington. County of New Castle
IN ClU\CtUT0.. Jan )I, Feb. 7-14-21. 1)47. State of Delaware.You .
are hereby required to file an C GROCERY AND
s Dn ORI'.: appearance in this suit In this Courton
AVIS FENTON BALDWIN NOTICE OK APPi.ir.TioFOR or before the 24th day of March
Plaintiff. Ti\ DEED UU.The DRUG STORE.LFA
vs.ARTHUR nature of this suit la to quiet .
V. BALDWiN NOTICE is hereby given that SARAH' the title to the following described
Defendant L. REESE, bolder of tax certificateNo. I'
AOTICK TO AI'PKtR 1CS3 Issued the 7th day of September -
TO: Mr. Arthur V. Baldwin 1)31. has filed same in my office BLSINESS! OPPORTIMTIE
Box 172Emporium. and has made application for a ,
tax deed to be issued thereon. Saidcertificate
Pennsylvania. embraces the following described -! LOOKING FOR THAT SILVER ,
You are hereby required to file in property in the Count. of LINING!: I
appearance in the Court above GLADES, State of Florida to-wit: You'll find it for sure with the C S.I\
ecnfced on the 21th day of Lot 10. Block 9 Keederlee Sub- Army. At no expense, you'll g<>t the!
1917, at the County Court House de-I I division (Lakeview), finest medical and dental care excellent -
A!core Haven, Glade County, The assessment of the said property quarters, sports, recreation, and I!
and thereafter to file such dd under the said certificate issuedwa travel opportunities You'tl get new
as you may desire or be advised in in the name of C. C. Baldwin. higher pay rates (plus 20 percent for I Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
response to the suit above entitled Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -I overseas service) Learn a profession ,
'. which Is a suit for divorce. Glades according to law the property and save while you earn. Get full
; County Democrat ia hereby designated described thereon will be sold to the; details at your nearest Army R,'crult- West Palm Beach, Fla.
as the newspaper In which this order highest bidder at the Courthouse dooron > ing Station I
shall be published once a week the first Monday in tbe month of 1
for four consecutive weeks. Herein March, is the 3rd day of i Comeau Building
fail Net under penalty of default March, lUlt.which WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA I
DONE AND ORDERED at Moore I
Glades ---- --- ---------------------------- --------- -- -------- - -- -----------------
Karen County Florida, this
2Ut day of February 1)47.

(SEAL) D. S. WEEKS
Clerk of Circuit Court
Glades County Florida. 7
By F. S Scott Deputy Clerk. N
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Moore LOUSE Solicitors Haven& JOHNSON for, Florida Plaintiff. -C = ::=:::;: T ) .t '

Feb. 21, 2>, Mar 7, 14. -
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FEMALE HELP WANTED ,
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"',A VO PRODUCTS INC., needs a .... -
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Sales Representative for Moore ;
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Haven and Clewiston. Write home n. "

address to District Manager: Gen. L t.L
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Del., Moore Haven." It],). L

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DR.GLlS.SD TRVCKCRANE .g .

work wanted by day or contract. ,' .
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Philip Cray mi N, Palmway :,,:. "
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i'Olal'r 1\1) l'\. '.'
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FOR (iLADKO ('Ot' TY" FLORIDA. .:' t
CHANCERY T,!

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BILL TO QIIET TITLE
W. H. SUHRENCY'

Plaintiff,
v.' ./ :
:Si. E. LOVELL ET AL .
Defendants. J j
NOTICE TO AppKiit I it
i THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO- R.
li LOVELL and +- LOVELL. '
Lis wife JACOB BOSS and -" ,. -
J50SS, his wife. ALLISON AND VAU .
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GHN. partnership E. S. ALLISON
and ALLISON, his wife i
and M VAUGHN and .
VAUGHN, his wife, the place of residence -
of each of whom la unknown i
if alive, and If dead his unknown j .
heirs. devise, grantee, creditor, or ,
other parties claiming by through .3' f-
tinder or against said parties respectively "
: FIRST BANK OF MOORE '
HAVEN, a dissolved Florida Corporation -
the unknown assignees sueeessors : 1 ,
and Interests, trustee or any IIIALEAH; RACE COURSE .
other party claiming by, through, .
under or against The First Bank of
Moore Haven a dissolved Florida Corporation .
; C. M. Gay as Comptroller of \
the State of Florida, and to alt per- ": '
.-ons claiming any Interest In the subject PRESENTS ? iiI
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matter of this suit by, through ,- 1 J I.
under or against one or more of said '1 .
efendants herein named: and to alpersoo ,
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having or claiming acy interest -
In the following described :
land; I 1 :
You and each of you are hereby __-
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(riven notice that said Complainant W. "
1C Surrency did on the list day of i
January 1147. file In the Circuit
Court. Glade County Florida In ...
chancery this Bill of Complaint In the
above entitled cause against you aDd (>
each of you wherein and whereby Kid '\
complainant seeks to quiet his title ; 1
against you In and to the following
described land situated In Glades ''I ScturcUy, Mardi let ; ;
Florida to-wit:
County
The North Nine (t) and (0/100>> ,, t> .
.acre of Tract Twenty-four (H) In ... :..
Section Fourteen (14), Township t
Forty-two South (42S). Rang t

droll Thirty-two Now are therefore hereby East ordered, you(32E):and and requiredto each o!( A classic of racing, this famous handicap Post Tune, First Race, 2 p.m. Daily Double : 1I

file an Appearance In said pro-

ceding weld Court In the wherein Office of said the action Clerk of is ii for truee-year-olds at one mile and closes 1:45 p. m. Grandstaz>I d$1,50! ,

pending In the Glades County CourtHouse
M6ore Haven Florida, on O*
in "
Confesso 3rd day of will March be mf.taken or against Decree you Pro a a furlong for a $50,000 added purse. Clubhouse) : $3.00. No minors admitted.

and thereafter Aid actloa will pM- 1

eesd ex parte.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF J base
hereunto set my hand and official
weal of Mid rt day: Jsaae u
Florida, en this lilt of >

3947.SEAL.

> D. S. WLEK&
( Clerk Circuit Court Gla**.
Couaty Eloraa
By }. E: SCOTT, Deputy' Clerk.CiUFE .
& JOHNSON.
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