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







VOLUME 21-XOIBKR 44 MOORE II.\\.E\, J.'WIUD.'HlD..\r. FEBRUARY 'M, 1947 SrnsCRll'110X-iO: PEI YEAR




I Red Cross Membership (March I Date Of 11 First Probable REA Approves ward I



Drive- Now 1 UnderwayMrs. ( Primary, Senate RaceA 1I 1-: Power Plant Contract Ii


definite date has nut been established I -

Harry Foster Is I 3 Band Concert As as yet for the first and I i Inspector At Newhall I Coleman and Fry Co.

Chairman of Drive 'Pool Benefit On j j second special primaries which will Order
t i be held to select a State Senator j Quarantine Station I ExpectVork

For 1947 Saturday, March 8 Wilbur from the C. 27th King district of Zolfo to Springs succeed! Is Struck By Car t In Ten DaysThe

who was last year elected and a
:Mack Greene chairman of the The school band, under the direction contract for the new power
couple of weeks ago seated on the s. T Smoak. an inspector at the
Glade of the plant building here for the Glades
County Chapter of W. D. Jackman. will pre-I railroad commission. The only two Newhall tick quarantine station Is
American Red Cross announce announced candidates to date are in the Sugarland Hospital Clewis- Electric Cooperative tentatively
that drive will sent the second public concert of awarded two weeks ago by the Co-
the 1947 membership
Francis Roberts of Avon Park and ton suffering from bruises lacerations -!
get underway officially tomorrow the year next Saturday night in the I I op directors to Coleman and Fry
Jeff Hake of Wanchula. and possible internal injuriesas
and that Mrs. Harry Foster has accepted school gymnasium as a benefit for i Clewiston contractors OB a low bid
I(I
a result of hit be
being by a car
Mr. Roberta IB town this morning -
: the chairmanship of the, the swimming pool fund. The program I. of $76.000, has been approved ia
attempted to stop at the static
said that it now appeared that
drive for this year. is scheduled to start at eight Washington by the Rural Electrification
the first primary would be held about two o'clock Sunday morning.
o'clock and admission will be fifty Administration and the contract -
Mrs. Foster has not announced The driver of the car was George
March 11 and the second week
a
and twenty-five cents, tax Included. has been returned here for
ber group of co-workers bat it is E. Pa low. who has a home in Lake-
: later. Tbe general election has been
The band which has made such I execution.S. .
certain that everyone in the county port where he bad spent the weekend -
rapid strides since its organization i called for April 1. C. Fry stated this morning that
who wishes to contribute to this but who is residing at present
little than a by I'i --------- -- the contract Is in their hands
a more year ago now
worthy cause will be given the opportunity at Oakland Par knear Fort
Mr. Jackman, always draws a nice Lauder-I I and after being signed and bond
to do so very soon The dale. lie returned at once
crowd at any appearance they make I YOUTH KILLED IN arranged It will be sent here to W.
drive lasts through the month of scene of the accident and took
it that there will be I B.
and is hoped Irby, co-operative manager, for
March but it Is probable that the
every Injured man to the hospital.
the biggest attendance ever at the I proper execution by the directors of
effort will be made to conclude the I However his driver's license wa
program next week. Band mem-I TRAFFIC ACCIDENT the co-operative It will then be
drive here as quickly a_ possible.It recently revoked for an infractionof
bers were anxious to do their part returned to Washington and if allis
is fitting that the Red Cross the law and a warrant was issued -
toward raising funds for the pool in order a work order will be
drive concludes a group of fundraising I SUNDAY MORNING at once for his arrest on a
a fund whkh is now growing all issued at once. This is expected to
campaigns for worthy charge of reckless driving and for
pur- too slowly but is expected to I take a week or ten days.In .
poses for It Is probable that the activities driving while license was revoked
celerate as warm weather the meantime Mr. Fry said
of the Red Cross are more aC-1 Wally Stewart. 18 son of Mr. : He was returned to Moore Haven
the is the
company proceeding as if
Tickets for the concert will
diversified than those of any other go and Mrs H G Stewart of Lakeport. Wednesday to face trial in county
work order
sale at once under the direction had been issued in arranging -
such organization. Their splendid was instantly killed about two o'- court.
I for materials.
shipment of
Mrs Emma Muller chairman I
j work during the war Is well-known off clock Sunday morning when
the drive for financing the swimming -,' Pile driving will also be started atonce
t despite the "(rlPfis" of some service left Road 25 at the Shumaid curve r with this work having been

men who it is felt ran into isolated -} pool. a mile east of Moore Haven and I II' LUNCH PROGRAM AT I sub-contracted to Tronn Brothers
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instances without looking the overturned In the highway canal and Roy Sands of Miami.

work over as a whole. To this end;IMINOR A companion. Marion Leitncr "t.: SCHOOL IS HARD HIT .1 The contract time for the project
the Red Cross has this I'
prepared, CRIME WAVE son of Mr. and Mrs Albert Leitner is 240 days bat every effort will

year, a list of these "gripes' and of Clewiston is still in a serious be made by Ute contractor to complete -

has given answers to them A num- condition at Sugarland Hospital BY ECONOMY the
EXPERIENCED I MOVEThe project in ranch leas tine.
ber of these elsewhere in HERE
appear I in Clewfston from injuries recehed I Delivery dates for the generating

i this issue ,I in the accident. I equipment to be bossed ia the new

Since the Red Cross aideBo j BEGINNING OF WEEKThree Road Patrolman A. W. :Miller said I'I'I failure! of the new l'conomy- ; plant have been given for April and
in rehabilitation or'
materially
ore the car was travelling at about minded Oon ?rt-;:g to renew the appropriation i the co-operative is anxious to obtain -
Haven and other anti I .
lake
-
-- si\tv-five mile per hour when the for assistance in the the building as soon as possible -
ties the hurrir of
following of breaking: and accident occurred probably too fastto school lunchroom program has put '.
cases entering
1926 and 1928 there have been few ,
make the rather sharp curve the entire program in Jeopardin The new plant will be constructed -
that there and two of breaking wthout
has been difficulty
years any where the highway from the south Moore Haven as in thousands of just west of the present power

i In raising the quota assigned entering brought a minor crime turns to approach the highway other schools of the country but it plant which was purchased by REA

to this chapter The wonderful' wave to Moore Haven the first of bridge at Moore Haven. The car a) will not result in any cessation of from the city several months ago

r response to other drives this>*year the weetfebnt very little reward to 1915 Ford two-door sedan went out lunchroom activities here, it .was and the plans .call (..Qr..l landscaping >
Indicates tTutCladeV''c6pnly
'win the culprits for their efforts. of control as it struck some loose announced today by Mrs. Margaret ofthe area snrrotjnaiflgj"taT ptint t.
again go far over the top In 1947. gravel on the .shoulder of the toad Farnam, county superintendent. whi< will add materially to the
Try to cooperate with the solicitors The office of Woburn Chemical
It carromed off the guard rail on Beginning tomorrow. Mirth 1. appearance of this section of'town.
and have jour, donation ready Corporation at the plant was entered the north side of the road crossed there will be no federal funds to reimburse The building will be of concrete and
when they call. It they should Sunday night by putting a plank up
the road on an angle and when it the school lunchrooms the chance: to miss you write your check to the window to climb and break-
reinforced with
struck the shoulder on the south seven cents on each lunch as has structural
i to Mrs Foster and mall it as soon ing out a window pane An effort side and reinforcing steel
began to roll turning over been the custom in the past Someof
was made to break desk
as possible. open a _
twice before stopping partially in tbe state lunchrooms -
are plan-
1 drawer which resulted in some damage -
the canal. ning to raise tae price of lunches R. R. Commissioners
to the desk but failure to get
Month of March Closed Leitner was found seated in a to offset this low but during the
Inside and the only apparent loss dazed condition the aide of the Return Back
by month of March the local lunches SalaryTo
To Black Bass FishingRod was some loose money the amountnot
I car la the edge of the caaal when will remain at the same price of
given State
Treasury
two other cars following came up. twenty rests with certain economies;

and reel and pole and line On Tuesday night an attack was It was almost an hoar however to be effected in order to counter]I ---

of the black bass fisherman will become made on the padlocked doors of four before Stewart's body was found tbe ION of the federal funds. MrsFarnam TALLAHASSEE Chairman W.

4 I idle during the month of places of business on Main Street forty-two feet on beyond the car in states B. Douglass and Commissioner Jerry

March because that Is when the season no effort being made to go into the canal. The entire composition As of March 1 there will be no I W. Carter of the Florida Railroad

It stores fastened with Yale locks At top of the car was torn out and was Commission have offer-
closes on these gamesters i more free meals g,ven It has been voluntarily
I was announced today by I. N. Davis Store the padlock was broken about twenty feet from the car indicating customary to give free hot meals to ed to return $1.504.11 to the state

Kennedy. Director of the Came and but the effort was stymied when al I that the driver was catapaulted children from homes with no money treasury as overpayment In salaries

I Fresh Water Fish Commission. second night lock on the Inside ] through and with the top to provide such lunches but the for the past 19 months followinga

The Director explained that In all I encountered and the same thing I as the car overturned. Moore Haven lunchroom has had to court decision that the state bud
I was true at the B and B At Dowd's Patrolman Miller said that there I provide a minimum of these It get commission had been without

except Store their efforts met with more:I was no evidence at the scene of the has also been customary to give all authority to Increase their salaries

hall take or be In possession of any success and some money was taken i i wreck to support a rumor that children second helpings if they 'I In 1945.

black bass during the month of from the cash register several cartons Stewart was racing with anothercar. wished them and this too will be Both members of the commission ;

March of this year. of cigarettes and other ar He had passed a car driven ,I discontinued The lunchroom' man- tendered checks for $500 to Comptroller -

The new closed season was brought ticles the exact extent of the loss by Eddie Story some three or four ager. Mrs. Fred Van De Valde. hall[ Clarence. Gay and au.

about due to the extremely warm being as yet undetermined. hundred yards before reaching the also planned some economy in providing thorized him to deduct the re-

i weather In the southern part of the Apparently the last place entered curve A third car occupied by foods but under no consideration mainder due from their salaries. for

rtate where the spawning season was the Glades Cafe an early Sidney Belcher and Warren Brown Is the quality of the food to the remainder of this yean i

was found to be practically over for riser stating that be went to the was not far behind. be lowered. Test of the issue was made before

black bass by the first of April. cafe about four-thirty seeing a lighton Funeral services were held Tues Some schools are also eliminating Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor of

Conclusively the Commission deem- the back and thinking that the day afternoon at the Venus church the serving of milk to reduce Leon County in a suit by Governor ;

ed It practical to eliminate the proprietor had arrived to start conducted by Rev. John A. Moore. expenses but this will not be done Millard Caldwell. asking for a ruling

I month of April as a closed monthto breakfast. Someone was in the pastor of the Moore linen Baptist here, Mrs. Farnam states on whether the salary increases

all districts except: the Third. kitchen at the time and evidently Church. A large crowd of friends, made by the budget commissionwere

t In regard to the Third District. made a hasty departure through the and relatives were present for the I County Board To legal. In the decision that

i that part west of Ancilla River no back door. service. Burial was in the they were not, the court also ruled

I person shall take or be In possession Sheriff J. J. Wiggins has taken tery at Venus near the church N'mf'-I Buy Right-of-Way that Wilbur C. King of Zolfo Springswas

II! any black bass during the months a number of fingerprints and to following Van Petten Funeral Home of Ar-, eligible to membership oa the

c- March and April of this year. other clues. lie feds that radii bad charge of arree<Ob. For Lakeport RoadThe commission. I

Other species of fresh water fish the culprit or culprits will'" p- Wally had spent his entire life. Following the decision. Commissioners I

E ,iv be taken at any time during they prehended very soon in Glades County For some time board of county commisioner Douglass and Carter immediately -

,IT over the entire state with the he was engaged in commercial fishing I !' at a special meeting oa offered to return the

s c ''ption of the counties of Bay, IJ\WOTK; TWOK nuns activity with his father a deal Thursday of last week agreed to overpayment

C .noun .Franklin Gulf. Jackson. er Is the Lakeport area, and since purchaae seeded right-of-ways along I
A 1946 Chevrolet track has been Ida Publicity and Public Relation,"
1 rty. Washington and Wakalla..e vaa-type the closing of the lake I the route of the new road eoastractioa -

i'''.e counties are restricted during IWDM'y the Badcoek Parattare work-tec for the Stole Road De- work between Lakeport and: Association convening IB Orlando

t". months of April aad May oft Company of Mulberry, bunted Tuesday partmeBt ia the construction of I Indian Prairie Canal. and the par-. last Saturday heard an interesting
Lakeport.1 j address by Earl C. Ferris of New
the mew highway through
!'
year. chase price will run a good many
afternoon 25 at
oa Highway York, president of the National Association -
Besides his parents he is survived dollar the
thousand of eiactj!
nSIIISG IMTOKsT Redbag Ridge ear Palmdate. the by a sister. Bertha and two) amooat act yet kaown of Public Relations Counsel -

oriai of the fIN.. Jet ua**ctersatae brother Arthur and Billy I during the George Washington '
I
eliminate
This action Is expected: : to
j Victors during b week at vVIl-'! *. The driver was Benlacaia Latest reports from Leitner are: most of the right-of-way dtfflcaKlea Birthday banquet at the Orange

llama Fishing Lodge were: Roy W. !1 1Roierts Neeley colored aad ire low to the effect that he had several ribs i t although there are a few Court Hotel

I O. J. Megahoff, George! was reported at ft.M broken aad probably a puncturedWag. tracts yet which have not been arranged -I During a business session Sunday

twver. Jim Steel. W. M Carry. Inn The track was retaraiag to Mulberry The fall extent of tateraallajart for. Work on Ute project'morning John C. Long. Public Re-

Dane. M. Tikham Juda Sanders and:' empty after dettveriag a load ** are not yet! kaownNOTIfB to coat close tel a halt million dollars. !lations director for the Bethlehem

Jark McFee of Bradcnton; H. Cole; of furniture to OMdea's Furniture W g ng ahead by the e Steel Corporation was the principal

and Al Kempter of Lake Wales; J Store in Clewtetoa. a representative Oil Company, contractors. speaker. Earl W. Brown of De-

Hen and Sam Dubin of Worchester, of the Badeacfc Company.C. I land made an interesting presentation -

1 Mass; Sam Greenberg of Allentown -- Notice to hereby five that there rimicrrv> rriiLirRELATIONS and display of a new type of

; Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bailey will be a meeting of t** 0... aad, .\S..OCI.\TIOX ]diorama made of plastic material.

; and Mr. and Mrs. S&arker ofBay H Cnmgias, Job McCain. J. Fresh Water Fish Owsaksiaa held I MEET: ORLANDO Following a buffet luncheon the

T City Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wogel and F. W. Goats Tampa; C. ,at the Reesevett Hats in Jacksonville. group attended the "publication"

Webber of Cleveland Ohio; W. E. A. Haasen and B. M. Wen : Florida. on Friday Man 7.IJiJ ORLANDO. Feb 2f-CFN3) of the Animated Magazine at Rollins

May of Detroit Mich.; J. Feltere Cleveland QMo. &tl at It:*4 a. ea Mare than 2t members at the Flier College.


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r- Gems of I

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A wedding ring has been defined .\TO ONE is born to grit b et&

as a matrimonial tour- grow to that stature. A I'

niquet designed to stop cir .g man is a little man who
culation. .- made us eof his opportmiiTtt -

History keeps on repeating t
Sir estb
of Mr free nM-
itself
because man keeps on r e sysUm lift ra tin prod elQ,
making the same mistakes.The .$racrof Am.rs."iiaJrgry,54avS

postman finds that to hcntfcs if tftn ***,1.r& I

win the stamp of approval he But now my task is smoothly

must stick to his post. I ne, I can fly, or I can run.- t

Who warms to his bosom Milton. J
Wise is the man who values
the eggs of hatred hatches a
:
his own time too higWy to waste
nest of snakes.
the time of others.
i
Don't tear hair out
your The only way to get the best
over a woman; it'll be harderto of an argument is to avoid it.
meet the next one if you're
-Dale Carnegie. ;
bald. i


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Do You Know WhatA

'Pocket Veto' Is? : n71t tIt




,
4, .
is better to use a dull or t
u QOVefiNMENT 3 satin finish paint in the kitchen t

t rather than a glossy paint which (

QUIZ reflects light and is hard on the {

eyes.
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A broom sprinkled occasionally

"Conscience Fund" with kerosene..gathers more dust. I


WHEN did "Star Spangled Ban- When Ironing over zippers us* t

become our national \ thick towel under the pressing I

anthem Not until March 3, 1931- Joth. This avoids a shiny ridge.

over 100 years after It was writ- -.-

ten.Which When embroidering, color the I
state supplied the most Hrucsfer pattern with crayons. Use

Presidents? Virginia with eight. i..2 various colors the embroidered

Why are there no tall buildingsin .. k should be. Then you will -
Washington, D. C.? A law w at a glance what color thread

of 1910 sets the maximum heightat ., !: eded.
160 feet.

We have prepared a fascinating bookletof --- -
questions and answer about our Gov-
ernment. Send 2Sc (coin) for "Know Tour sBri"Po PERIDD '
Government" Aspirin forfunctional
Weekly Newspaper Service -
241 W. kith St., New York 11. N. Y. ( ), headache PA'HIO
Print name address booklet title and and painful miseries
No. 202. Joseph ;
LEARNING TO LIVE
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'lt1./1-/! ltoll 4-H Club Week Will Emphasize How To Relieve l



the Bronchitis'Creomnidua

'" "', Youth's Role in World AffairsWNU
J1 ? 'rnl1tfll1 --. relieves promptly be
cause it goes right to the seat of the
: : Features. trouble to help loosen and expel
tJ germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
the 4-H club health held in
II _.. "Working together for a better home and world community"Is camp to soothe and heal* .w, tender infamed -
II your nose seme- the theme around which 1,700,000 rural boys and girls are making Kansas in August, 1949, at the new bronchial mucous menbrines. -
times fills up with stuffy transient con state 4-H club camp grounds. Each : .Tell your druggist to sell yon
gestion-put a few drops of Va-tro-nol programs for their National 4-H Club Week, March 1-9. A partof county sent a boy and girl chosenon a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
In each nostril.It quickly reduces congestion the cooperative extension work of state agricultural colleges, the basis of physical examina- you must like the way it
and makes breathing easier In national department of agriculture and local counties the 4-H quickly allays the cough or you are
tions and of club work
background
a hurry gives grand relief from ta have your money bade.CREOMULSION.
may, merry stuffy distress of head club members have earned a reputation for "learning by doing, plus interest in health and health

co: Ids.Follow directions in the package. In practically every county in the United States, Alaska, Hawaii leadership. A concentrated three-

V?CxKS VA-7&0-KOL and Puerto Rico. A T day training school gave this for Couehs; ,Chest Colds.Bronchitis

Boy and girl experts in corn growing picked group of young leaders in
--- and tomato canning were her ber complete his or her year'swork. the health field many ideas for making -
that makes
folks
alded in many states even before htalta activities more effectiveIn NEWS
UNSIGHTLY DAHOBUFF the cooperative extension work was Improve Community. their own commrmlties. Typical4H sleep all night!
To help remove loose unsightly Johnson, Neb., has a 4-H mechanics -
dandruff flakes re put on a nationwide basis with passage community activity is that of Tkouesads BOW weep andutortwd betaige ol
lieve itching, dry scalp. use of the Smith-Lever act in 1914. club pledged to improvementof the 4-H members in Rusk county, .ei>e"that their bong awakened niht after
ro; nl maul *hero Madder vntolwii mat CUt
T
MORQUNg Hftlg TONIC More than 11 million young people the home community. The club'sbiggest Tex., where a club committee is energetically -',auoL11yal4ywrtbia24kowt..8tneeFb
1 IoU. lsd
project has been the dam- -
-- -- -- have been members since that time carrying on a campaignto ver i.-ntition u no prevalent and Foley Pilb aopn .
demonstrating up-to-date methodsIn ming of a stream to create a community get everyone in the county to test :ent Foley IxifBLE Piito' mart benefit yo* wrthm 24hours 2
or YOUR MONET BACK
and recreation
H01- practically every phase of farm- fishpond the supply of drinking water. Make 24-hour lot Git Foley KBi from Antft -
and their grounds. The recreation grounds Tall latofaetio Of DOUBLE YOUR
Ing homemaking as program Foster Recreation. MONEY BACK."COLD .
were opened last with
summer a
was broadened and more Importance of wholesome social
FIJISHES.lliI --- -
big fishing contest.
leaders became available.
occasions and organized recreationfor
The 4-H mechanics also assumed
rural communities and countiesis
Women In your 40Doell this Promote Democracy. BU6"fiOTHiM
functional 'middle-age' period peculiar Each club selects officers from its responsibility for helping recognized by 4-H programs. The ,?
to women cause you to suffer hot reduce fires. The village fire
Dashes nerroui. btghitrungr. weak own members, the young people .1 Ramsey Workers' 4-H club in Nicho-
tired Plnkham'a feeling Then do try Lydia K. making their own programs and car chief says there have been but las county, W. Va., sponsors a recreation HELP EASE l
Vegetable Compound to two fires
in the
relieve such lymptoou. Its /amoiuor rying them out. Such practice in chimney past night each month. The ACHINGCHEST ilf'
five and those in homes
( thU purpose I years
Taken democratic procedures has provided whole neighborhood comes out to
regu1arly-P1ukham' Com- not inspected by members of the :
pound help bund up resistance young community leaders and play games, sing and square dance.
seams such dtstresa.Thousands burn club or the fire chief. The 4-H MUSCLES
deepened the interest of all former
Willingness to study and understand -
reported benefit Also a very eSeeuraatomacblc members inspected and helped
: tonic. Worth trying members in the educational health people and conditions "
refill the fire of the
extinguishers RuB
ON -
VfGETUltC8MPOUII0 and social facilities available to beyond the home community has ,
lrolA I.P1NX Il/II'S business places of Johnson. 7MUSCLE
them and their neighbors. MENTHOLATUM
led to many activities that _
-- Daring the two world wars, A farmstead improvement projectis make a good beginning for carrying -
4-H club members rolled up im- starting in Dauphin county, on the theme: "Working
Pa., under auspices of the 4-H club.
pressive records of production together for a better home and t YouR
Ifote9tffi in food and feed crops, in conservation Repairs of fences, buildings and world community." ot fGjG
lilhui yNnhg driveways were undertaken first
.ID farm labor and in
The club's three-year program In- More than 300 Massachusetts 4-B
contributions of supplies and girls of high school ,
cludes ornamental plantings paint- age represent.
gEReLITE
r. money for wartime causes. ing and some new construction. The ing every county in the state, cameto *
y It is estimated that 4-H members 21 Boston last spring to study their 4
members have the staunch sup-
y, r j-t Rah rtes during the recent war, pro- port of their parents. state capital and to get acquaintedwith 1iO

iuced 1,000,000 acres of home gar- each other.Twentyfour .
:dens. 43000.000 head of poultry. 2.- Raise Guide Dogs. Texas 4-H membersand
700.000 head of livestock and 1300. California 4-H club members how their state leader in 1945 madea

900 acres of food crops. They also are raising 60 per cent of the guide good-neighbor tour of Mexico, accompanied r
conserved 74.00C.OOO quarts of food : dogs from the kennels of Guide Dogs by Mexican youth and Oct

collected more than 400,000,000 for the Bund Inc., a charitable or- their leaders. In 1946, Mexico youth

pounds of scrap and sold or bought I ganization supplying dogs free for spent 12 days with a group of Texas

more than $200,000,000 in war bonds. blind people. 4-H boys in a tour of agriculturalareas IRA SAYI

Many 4-H clubs already are well I A Sumner county, Kas., farm organization in Texas.

started on the programs to help financed construction ofa Boost Good Citizenship.

their communities. Activities that portable sheep-dipping vat and the Eight 4-H club members were In-

Now,__ _.. reach beyond into the "world community" chemicals for the dip. Members of cluded in the 140 young people from
[r-a 4l.at algal.youti bo eaa_ are not uncommon so this 4-H clubs contacted the sheep grow- 30 states attending the Encampmentof

boat o>pier Mte.Jy rear's theme is based on actualities.Here ers of the county, prepared a sched- Citizenship held in New York

ccsloiUbly.witaoat ere atiaia. are some examples.In ule for use of the vat and took City July 1 to August 10.

-lost add to nay year extra... Boone county, W. Va., each of charge of arrangements. A chargeof The national 4-H club camp held in STRAIN ?

port Win ha.J.bitaa, the 34 clubs finished a project aimed 10 cents per head was made to Washington, D. c.,. last June, and
bobby 1N... Notfctag to cover services and cost of the dip.
at betterment.
community Among the National 4-H Club
.<1,.... Botaiag to cot oat Congress in
cl order Cfaaiaateod por these were sponsorship of a hot As one of the four "H's" hi'the Chicago last December featured discussions -

Io alraady. _la._no..hUt..........aro battery R. lunch at school upkeep of the church dob's insignia stands for of the responsbilities oi SORETONE Liniment'sHeating

at* ataadard-readily and grounds, tree planting, a salvage health, this naturally has been citizenship, problems and oPPOrtu- Pad Action

placed toy flu oxtra else dell won yoaraell... la- program and planned recreation.One an Important club interest. Re- nities of youth and other features Gives Quick Relief
G
At batter atone-.t .*. Uoceareaieat club operated a book exchangeIn cently this interest has broadenedto relating to the task of "Learning ...
orde coapom.s the community. Another had include not only individual to live in a changing world." dons fahiue.GpoIIUftplltIlliMr7 bad.. Ird 11-.dcs,a-
Gdsrd II .. .. w beta hrsd members' teeth checked and re- health activities bat communityas Four-H members are making every J "'tA I hnuattt tpeaaUy madt"for Om par IU pon Iy.

__ .f.r.u. M .rr! paired while another provided for well. For the past two years effort to acquaint non-member Somoae Lmiaea contain eeeai.e! rabiLnw -

are the distribution of milk at school a committee of state 4-0 club boys and girls in their communitieswith I fn. I increcIlCIItI IleabnJ paL tIIIt HeIpt act Ski aIIIad gb.mg.annU treek 1Uff_

There are 802 members of the 4-H leaders has been at work formulating the program of the club and extending blood auppIJ.

Pasch Bros clubs In the county, which holds a broader national 4-Il to them an invitation to join FWOLllJa I due by taetf. Fast wn,1r
*. :1III ensured .. refaodoL SOBr
the enviable record for two health :::1 "toe
r2s a. WATU ST. years program. in "Working together for a better .
iu.iuDUi2.ira.-- :la succession of having every mem- A new venture in this field was I home and world community." Try Somooe for AddeteH Foot. Ub *B S -
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: ne Moods S:b,t Institute ef lZwgRneseasea
5 Ctat"d.: : a 6Datator -
bs Weaen 1 e.'spapu C_
k,:. cbe'" ccN: \ :.?:* ; 1. Turned their tlnmuhs ..... ::)ti
2. vtbat- p aneperiod of rota2 i Mars (M hoes sad 9% m'.

bias CD its axis is about the same utes LESSON FOR MARCH 2 MEMO

M fee earths! I X Ihe first ceosss was s.-

3. 'The popolatjoa of the Untied 2M. LCMB suMerti and ScricUre terU a.
States.at the first unam a 1TM 4. Tbe f"**" *"*** hiBi about torted srd m ,tn: 3 t) Icter&atMoalComui
Was What* I(1D,693 spools 72 yards to fee spool, eeamaaam- d KC CUMI Educatton: iwed b7

4. How much red tape doesWaskntjtob 1 yearly for use oo official doc* ;
UK m a year met*. JESUS SUMS UP HIS CLAIMS -' '
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'. 5. In what section of the country 5. In the mountain ...... ..*.
: 61 molt of the accidental deaths I ada lead with 19J baths per LSafiCN TiOCT-Jota SBLXCnOH 12-.And 12-U t 1051.MEMOSIY H I. istoed 4; 4 : ?

occur last year* H .0ee population Btafe iliad 9 ton tfce eras wffl draw all mea
C How many times did King had the fewest Sit !DIll ...-lGIIa Dn

.i', Sorry VHI of England marry! t. sm.... :r
TIle last week of our Lord rJn-
: Wry OB earth comes before us toMy

ft: NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS as we consider two events--ce
; of wtoch occurred on Sunday: and

the other on Tuesday One s: '. ,, '-e
f' Crochet 'Star of f Hope' Spread the attitude of men tcroa-a ist,

of God toward men of the F-:..err
. toward the Son and the <=.'_:.. o
about 4k inches from side to Mend
drawteg of the Saner:
power xat
I a 5 inches from pesat to opI -
I polite point Tbe' blocks are act L Besfcffeg Mea Honor Christ

1 together to form a lovely aB-over (w 12-16).

design It win be handsome crocheted << God says "Him that oftb
t in all white, tan or ecro, praise giorifieth me" (Ps. 5T :j I
or blue. aDd the believer recognizes that
'-tn
I-:
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"praise is comely for the upngrt'Ps

obtain ... .. ( SI 1). Jesus is entirely worthy
Star of HopeS BefIIpned (PattenTe ... of the praise of every heart and
k :%S. black chart fartratMtl d iftkhes
ti'yyy. + { u",,* aironnts of malerMti ....... fok*.
!' 30 cents IB coin, yoar name ric Presenting himself as their Hessian t
dress auS yatter e Jmmbe'r.
? 44 Due to aD aaanl ... Jesus received the enthusiastic
C,;-rent dom. DIIIII'e UII acclaim of his disciples and !friends _
rrautred IB finlae ardealor a few .fBIOS' Si.
papoiar panerns. who wen probably joined by often
Send TOOT orter to: drawn by tbe excitement Serve Frult- D-SeasoD for Health'
The Pharisee did not Jon in (sec See rec pes be! wFrmstte \

=aura wa.Zatlwe. '" rI. Luke IS Jt, 4/), nor did the city; not
> cease PaSkea even knowing who be was Matt the Die
I LYNX CHAMBERS' MENU
No_ 21:10, 11). So it is today; some

Name love aDd praise him some bat him, Perhaps yours is one of those families i Cream ; Potato
others Just ignore him. Of whicb which don't seem to require Soap
I Addr-- I Braised Beef TongueStewed
class are you+ much a: the way of dessert. This Tomatoes

Re gave Jenoatein and the M does appear to solve your menu Cabbage Au Gratin
-- --- bon a final opportunity to receive planning, but it really doesn't !! Hot Bfecotts

him. It was not yet too late bat it solve a dietary problem.
i Splendid Cough was their last chance. Such a time One of the rules set down by nutrition f Sliced Tomatoes

w ; : Relief Mixed comes in tbe life of every one of us. au1.r.ortes is that two fruits II Recipe Lemon Baked ghen.i Apples Beverage
J
They rejected him. Do we* must be tadaded

4 [In Your Kitchen But even' though some did reject, in the daily dietary i

to us not forget that there were One ef these stop and pour orange Juice ever
'a:PS &I; Dollan. Nor Cooling
those who shouted. "Hosanna" *10 a fr-it. preferably them. Work together brown caff ar
\ :: am right to your own k.t- II
'
'x (:js easily! mi a f>uda cast their garments down bee v..:nand p the citrus varietv O* cup) sad better until ereasfty,
512S j J'r ,ta if a wonder for Quick waved palms of victory an: ; r, I- 0 < may be add remaining ingredients aad mix
r. ::s and gives you about fourt Thank God for their holv e- .: jsi- worked in at I until crumbly Spread oo toe of apple -
ore -,f t. f' :: ">,' &f mil h for 3'DUJ'moaey. Andi
HERE'S asm Pray God that we n..ay hare .. t breakfast but mixture. Poor an addttk&sl l i
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imuf Li- .- I, ',, ',, : ran t-oubif a child could do it. A
'Y oull B !ed a S,7 rarL Make tt by a little more of it. that leaves' one cop orange Juice over top and bakein
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spreads tvr: s.x DO:n'eo S: : pt.Tmg 2 r'->S of eraaulated sugar II. God lloMrs Men Who Serve ether fruit fone of the other : a moderately; hot (373 degree
of Hope" deSlg: Eucn bi.k .5 and one CJP of water a f rw mom'nth, Ckrift (vv.28). meals. oven' toe 45 ataBftes. Serve warp or
uctJ diasotvf No needed.
Or yen eu uur eon eoo ynq tot or Bqiud It is good to note that Whatever If your family tends: to gala cold with cream vanilla or custard

: .a.e. Gtateea I bane, Instead of snear syrup.Iseer prompted the coming of the Greeks weight easily, serve this fruit m its Sfiace.
iIIO .
j PJay yt 2% Dances of Plow fray they wasted to see Jesss. natural state as a fresh astde, -
Peach Cake.
maur ltJ tWI I sal O uu**. aad pour It tetto a tfat A man has progressed far on the pear duster of grapes, etc. In tJdsWQ" ,
1 110aa os Tar
I There yea bare a ftd1-! pint of n:: road to blessing -when be makes yea' win not be adding any H cup shortening
I chic Hwdic-no fir eOQsrbs dn to aids.ft known bis desire: to see Jesus. Dean additional calories by service the H cup sugar
Chess is played+ today through j testa a f:i>ity a tacit UBK and tog to him meaDS coining to tie fi'uK with sugar, cream, syrup, or 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
fee mail by some 10 OM Americans teste flat-- idrni love it. One who has the words of eternal any other highly caloric foods. 2 eggs, unbeaten
nasjxnc ill age from 10 to 85, few Toon say iTs hard to heat, for real file Should the reach 1 cap sifted cake floor
family readily
,
clad It tooaess Uw phlegm loothl
of whom meet their
ever opponents th* inltrtoJ metal nes. tai Mpi Note that the disciples were wise and attain its normal weight you 1 teaspoon baking powder
aa person. Wfenle these miBiiMinJi I dear die air *-.-. BMeettei enough to bring the men to Jesus. can easily serve fruit baked with } teaspoon salt
-atMom play over a dozen rs eseq aai aMS 7th tit d WIICM- cakes 2 cops canned, drained peaches
Tbe true function of every Christian sweetening. in puddings or in
> fc aSSOBSi OB.pOB i Of9rovea
pBM satuttaasnusly, one y Bft l 4
i, tac odiKrts. IB cMKVBcnuea worker is to bring men to him Or If you have members In your cup sugar
than B Auburn, Calif. usually carries : form wen known for ate!; aette The reply of our Lord to the family who must have richer satisfying H teaspoon cinnamon
on SOB at a time. as thrum and tmaeiiial trrttattan Greeks, and to the disciples who foods because they work hard H teaspoon chopped walnut meats
I Jaet aid if sot 1iOJMl
naaev try wID it. be ntmacJe4.I year brought them to him seems a bit serve desserts like this frequently Cream together shortening and H
singular at first Did he because will not only gain
glance. not they cup sugar until light Add eggs, one
Bfiief in lmmort.Jltl" I I wish to receive: them* They had starches and sugars from it, but at a time, beating each thoroughly.Sift .
************** probably come to see the great religions also take in their fruit requirementBaked together, l,

I leader, the Kmg of the Jews apples are a simple des- flour, baking powder -
The belief in immortality was !JdL lVLJll11lM,8lllJ 'why did he talk about death* sert to serve at this time of year and salt Add
aoce so strong among some prim The words of our Lord are clear. specially when they're pepped up to batter slowly .;.

i" feme peoples, such as the Celts of ZL S. SQDbzgL IJJuli Men do not need an example, a leader with lemon. If you want to add beating weD after -
a Europe, list they frequently lent
a teacher; they need a Saviour something more substantial to the each addition.
a money on the promise that :twould It is as a sacrifice for sin that Christ dessert of this lovely fruit, use gingerbread Pour *a of batter _
be repaid in. the next WJT: *************** will draw aH men unto himself.m. which has been flavored into a greased -

The Father Glorifies the Son with 2 of grated
teaspoons orange
-- baking pan oblong:, and lay sliced
(w n- ). rind added to the batter Just after peaches on batter. Cover with remaining .

p The awful blackness of the burden mixing batter then top with sugar
y S of the world's sins which he was Lemon Baked Apples. cinnamon and nuts which have been

to bear pressed down upon our Lordin (Serves C). mixed together. Bake in a moder-

an agony of soul beyond our C medium sized apples ate (359 degree) oven for 50 min

ability to understand. Bat eves his W cup granulated, brown or utes. Serve warm or cold with
1./ troubled soul did not tern from the maple sugar or honey ere an. j
hour of death for us.
1 teaspoon grated lemon peel Peach SoutSe.
The question of verse 27 Is essentially -
1 tablespoons lemon Juice (Serves I)
this: "Should I ask the Fatherto
2 tablespoons butter *r substitute -
deliver me from this hour? No Soak for several hours or overnight -
I came to be man's Saviour" Hi *? pound of dried peaches.
Nuts and raisins (optional Cook in same water in which they
did not look away nor wish to tarn
: s back. He knew why he had come Wash tad core apples. Place te a were soaked until all the moisture
.1 and be was faithful even to death baking dish. Fly each cavity; with a is absorbed. Rub cooked peaches

3 (Phil 2:8; Heb. 2:9). portion ef the sagar through a colander. Beat the whites

;. I He had only: one desire-that the or honey of S eggs stiff, then fold In % csp>> I
name of God the Father should be grated lemon sugar peach pulp and '* teaspoon

s4 glorified (v 23). Do we who bee peel and butter. salt Add 1 teaspoon vanffia and

r his holy name follow in his footsteps Add the nets or i.I H cup chopped nets if desired.
? Do we have an eye singla raisins or a mst Pour into a buttered baking: dish

to his &glory or do we seek our own?. tare of the two, if and place this In a pan of hot water.
g Then came the voice from heaven; desired. Pour Bake in a moderate (253 degree)

s f the Father had glorified his cwa some of the lemon even for 50 tnim e.. Turn out on
tJ case in the Son. and would do it Juice over each apple. Cover the platter and serve with sweetened,
again-yes, again and again. bottom of the pan with boffing wa- whipped cream.
Jesus knew the Father would do ter. Cover dish and baka in a moderate -
it, be did not need alp (ISO degree) even SO to 40 Pear Fritters.. ,

Rub in Ben- tF, quid:1 Gently warming BeaGayrelief ( 30), but for the fake of assaranctv the people minutes or rah apples are Under. (Serves I to S) :

brings speedy,welcome from chest-cold discooitams the witness was given. Notice If baked uncovered, baste frequently V4 rep floor

fast You nee, Ben Gay CD! op to 2 4 times cure the reaction of the 1itenera-see with syrup H teaspoon baking powder

methyl u1ic)1&te; and m enthol-two pamrelievmgn recognized that a heavenly zsis. Apple Cnmca. Pinch of salt

agents known to all dactc -dan five other widely sage had been given; others had only (Serves 4 to I) 1 beater erg

offered rob.ins. 1Dsist emiDa1 genuine Ben-Gay, the ong- heard acme tn=er. C cups eared pared, sliced applet 2 tablespoons milk .

Baume Analgesique.Aire May God give cs grace to hear 2 tablespoons fcr.wa sugar 2 tablespoons Belted batter

fir hies As tllIDJUn
Ash hr tWt rat for tan. consider it merely the rolling of ;4 dtp brews sugar Sift: dry ingredient Add beaten
some deep voice of tbIldertIV. S tablespoons batter or substitute egg which has been mixed with
The San Draws AH Mea U
milk. Stir until smooth and add
Hhnsett (rr SI, 32). V] rap con or wheat fakes melted batter. Dp: drained pears

Because Christ was lifted cp CQ: H cup sifted User (fresh or canned) into batter keg
the cress and died, there is victoryover H teaspoon nutmeg enough to coat Drop into deep hot

t tin and death, declared by his 1) teaspoon cinnamon fat and brown on all aides. Drain

1 resurrection and ascension to the 1 tablespoon cringe rind, grated ea absorbent paper and sprinkle

1 Father.- Arrange apples in a greased bak- with powdered sugar.
"f' /. -I .V.. i So
the I
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FOUR GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, HIT

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GLADES COUNTY Paramount newsreel editors picked cony. Many others, unable to find In the Armory.

the Moore Haven band for the -- eOt OGOM-1 even standing room were turned I Over 500 attended the event with

DEMOCRAT one to put in the reel many dignitaries present. Bath
.
at the door.Discontinued
Some parents have been a little away Comptroller Gay and Ed Fraser were
ILUE.FLORIDA Too
MOORE Late To
Classify the the
during war
put out because the members of I present and came in for some good
our band weren't dressed were event was revived last year. Un- Tom
as
natured kidding. Watson.
Entered at second-clats matter. MarI I I
By RUSSELL KAY"C"x'I able to accommodate the show, the
1$27 lit the Postofflc at Moore the members of the other bands ;while not present was given a goo(
Florida under the Act of hotel informed Festival officials
Haven. and it's possible that they did feel
and other
going over gubernatorial
Congress of March < 1897. >->-:'"
.: that they would have to find some
a little conspicuous in their first I candidates, including Fuller Warren .

parade appearance And they were It all started other place to stage it. The Wo- and Dan McCarty, both of wham
PahlUhrd Every Friday By I man's Club was selected but becauseof
TUE GI.AUE PRINTING CO. I.e. conspicuous-enough so to catch the j when the Florida Fair was in its were In the audience, received at
I its limited capacity and the growing .
of the boys in Hollywood who
CARR SETTLE, Publisher eye infancy W. F. Stovall, D. B. Mc- tention.
picked the scenes for the newsreels -I Kay, publishers of the Tampa Tri:I demand for invitations, it was Johnnie Olsen whose "Ladisji B* '
found necessary to move to larger
We hope that the opportunity bane and Times, respectively, got I I
5ub.eriptle. Rates will present itself for the work'i quarters, and this year it was held (Continued on Pace 8) '_
officiate
together with Fair to
'
0.. Year eao .
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fix Month ._ _______ Sl.:9 I and Doc Koch of the Glades Theatre -!!out some kind of a party for tVpresa II I
I during the Fair. I II
says that although he doea'tshow I I \
Paramount news regularly! Somebody suggested a Breakfastfor

\\U\T TO DO IF I : the newspaper boys. The idea
hat he may be able to obtain It by
POLIO .STII1M3S was, the fellows could get to Tampa -
I special order I early, be entertained for breakfast -
Coleman &
It tirfaatile paralysis breaks out and then have the rest of the FryGENERAL
I It was a shock, upon returninghone )
IB gar community, aa it did the day at the Fair.
to ieara that a traffic accident
*
firs of the week is Clewiatoa. the I The first Press Breakfast was
had muffed out the life of a pop
foDowtec suggestions are made by I ular teen-age boy of our county. really a "breakfast" held at 10:00 I

the National Infantile Paralysis. ia the morning. Distinguished CONTRACTORS
The
present safety campaigns BOW
Fowndstio!'' I guests included Rex Beach, Irving
underway are doing everything possible -
W... these symptom: Headache to bring such accidents home I Batchellor, Sewell Ford an-1 other

unexplained fever, a cold, eyeD to as so forcefully that it will be I literary dignities. The affair was
upset stomach may be the first strictly for newspaper folks and the
an Inducement for the rest of us
syaptttM of polio. to drive more safely, but it Apparently -\group attending was small. Commercial and Residential Construction

Call row doctor tmsMdiately if does little good and the accident Then the 'Tampa Rotary Club

any of these symptoms appear. Expect toll mounts steadily. all too took over, sponsored the affair and WILL RK GLAD TO tl'KMsH PL.XSXU KKT1M.\TKb

otedfeal care may prevent often striking close at home. A switched the time from morning to

crippling million regrets for the untimely i evening Tickets were issued to OVNY Jon

Remember. Carry on your nor death of this youth and our heartfelt -,; Rotarians and to newspaper folks

mal activities. Infantile paralysis sympathy to the bereaved par-I and such additional seats as were
cannot be but few of those Phone 188 Clewiston
prevented
sold. The
cuts, brothers and sister available were event was
stricken develop serious fitness and, staged annually during the Fair at

with good care, the majority will I
the old Tampa Bay Hotel with attendance -
Yes there is little
make satisfactory a more news
a recovery.Don't high 800-
reaching as as
about If on the sugar mill this week Frank
worry expense.: i
Yaun has received a copy of the, Programs were elaborate and cost-
polio strikes get In touch with your -
proposed ninety-day option on the ly, the last one staged under the -
chapter chairman, in Clewiston U. i
T. Koch; in LaBelle R. N. Miller; mill-site which appears in most respects auspices of the Rotary Club run-
I
satisfactory and will probably -ning over 1500. The club decided -
in Moore Haven, Mrs. E. J. Ilowyer.Don't .
be negotiated and filed some- to drop the affair because of the

fatigue makes get you overtired.an easier Extreme victim time this week. Then he talked to cost and- effort in connection withit. 1 iiAii---I

of the members of the firm .
Avoid chills. Don't stay too longin one I F 6O O---
cold water. Saturday by phone and was told Because of the outstanding ihar

Keep clean. Wash hands before that everything is moving along acter of the programs and attendantpublicity
I
eating Keep flies and insects away very satisfactorily; even that bids throughout the state the _

from food. have been asked for barging the Press Breakfast became a coveted

mill from Louisiana to Moore Haven event and, as Tampa had decided

Help keep your community clean Possibly things haven't moved asI I' to pass it up. Karl Lehman took the I J' I
Waste and be I
exposed garbage
sources of infectionDon't may rapidly as we should have liked and show to Orlando in connection with AIRY I FEED

the same is true so far as they are I the Central Florida Exposition. Or-

swim in polluted waters. concerned But they'll be in shortly lando held it two or three years until _

Avoid removal of tonsils or and when they do business will the Florida Orange Festival madea

adenoids during the polio epidemic start picking up. I bid for it and since that time it Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

season, usually June through Sep- has been a highlight of the Winter
tember. Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR
We don't like the minor crime Haven Exposition. ,
I
wave we had this week any better As the event progressed, less and
SALE IX TillS AREA AT DEHTDRAIIVQ PLANT IX
than anyone else but we bad it, less time on the program was givento MooRB HAVEN

were lucky that tosses were neg- professional paid entertainmentand
fJv1EANDECJINGS
ligible, and those who are responsible more time allotted to those
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.
Bv Carr-Settle if they are still at large; and skits, stunts and gags worked up and ) 'i

ket a chance to read this, may be staged by the newspaper folks them- MOORS HAVEN, FLORIDA
/
assured that no effort will be selves.It .

Friday night we attended the spared to apprehend them if they became the state's one outstanding -

annual Press Breakfast In Winter decide on another night of such ac press event patterned after .

Haven and, as usual enjoyed the tivity. '. : j
the famed gridiron dinner staged r.wt :,, :
occasion tremendously. This affair I ...
each year by the Washington Press

has almost grown to the point whereit We have been in the doghouse Club. With the newspaper boys
the members of the Fourth
leaves for sure this week because we fail-I I writing and participating in the
Estate behind with ,
state politicos
ed to mention, in last week's coT- skits, political leaders were taken Rabies Cliiiie
citrus folks of the area and Just :
umn a"ery important occurenceat over the coals. It was always in

everybody who can manage a pass, our house, namely the birth of fun' and off the record, but no
attending. But one can usually pick
quadruplets to our year-old Heinz punches were pulled and no holds
out the members of the by
press variety pooch Nancy. And, de- were barred as far as stunts and \r
their even though we'lladmit
appearance spite the fact that it's a post-war script were concerned. The Gover-
that most of them look bet- I
era when the male is supposed to I nor, his cabinet, state officials big
ter fed and their clothing a little : CITY HALL
dominate in all births, we are still' and little, congressmen and United ; MOORE HAVEN
less shabby during the past few
I the only male in our household with'I States Senators were all raked
years, so we manage to have a lot
the exception of Tom the cat who over the coals. 1 WJ.DXH"iU.\ 11:00 A
of fun talking shop, listening to the I 31. TO :=:00 P. )1.
we almost forgot because be is as Each year the demand for seats'
troubles of the other fellow and
meek around the house as is his steadily increased and Winter Ha-
thus finding that ours are not halt I
master. 1 ven was hard pressed to care for All dogs net vaeeiaated during the pat twelve (1!)
so bad and, occasionally, if time i
the crowd. Year after the
permits, getting a chance to takean CR.1\E main dining room at the year Haven months will be vaccinated, except dogs under three (J) monthsof i
off-the-record crack at the state
-
mt.GLlxJ.XD Tltt |Hotel was Jammed to capacity and ageBordeii's : -
politicians during the
program. wanted by day or contract. hundreds unable to secure a table I

We happened to be a participant Philip Gray, 1831 N Palmway.I seat contented themselves with seats t-

in one skit that the program time Lake Worth, Fla. Jan 3-1 Otp. and even standing room in the bal- : !! li<...'1r'"" '"'' ." 1. ,-, -_ "
'
didn't permit holding and maybe j "J..
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it's jut as well for it was a lousy,

pack of actors they picked for that -

particular act And, since Johnny

(then. of the "Ladies Be Seated := L= ; V

program was there in person to j

eham the audience it would have

been ditros to put us hams on
'
later.

Saturday morning we stopped
'
te vfeU A. P. Cooke at the Plan rttf
,
CIty Courier for a while and then

on to Tampa where we visited an I

ere sp '*4alit in the afternoon. That tiK.tlfiit

night we took in a movie and in that
1t
hangs the tale we've been workingup .

to telling. _v a ar

The picture was most!' interesting,

based on the life of Jerome Kern and d -
we hesitated a bit about waiting to : -r; '
:
see the news reel after the feature __
_
Bat we did and are we glad r _. ,_ ,:-, V __ _
; : : VV
; > '
it o
For the newsreel showed soene+ "
from the Edison Day parade The I' -,,- -

first scene was of a group of Jitterbvgglng -

majorettes leading a

band in the background lit looked
Ice Cream
like the Miami Edison group butwe.eouldn't And

be sure) ; then came a

dese up of Mrs. Edison, another of

Governor Charlies Edison and then,

(we almost yelled) a full-view of Frozen FoodsNow

the Moore Haven cowboy band. It

was of course just a Hash and we

didn't have time to identify anyone

except Tommy Wayman who tower .

ed so above the others that it wasn't Serving the Lake Area -

difficult to see him. But the thing

that Impressed me was that out of
IF IT'S BORDEN'S IT'S' GOT
tome twenty-fire or thirty bands TO BE GOODAaE

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'- "<-M"fl"M"W"C"WTERSONAL ->* PEE WEE GOLF TOnW.\MEXT generator 30KW; 1 Caterpillar Morse diesel engines; 1H long;
AT ORLANDO MARCH 15-16 I( D3490 generator 15KW, overhauled wheel base 4-wheel drive Dodge
-- t; ite CiewUton rotor Company; 1 truck; 1 electric box welder; 1 mole-
-I ORLANDO Feb. 26-(FNS> j I I heavy 4-wheel trailer; 1 new Wisj drain machine; Ford Ferguson mower. -
Ii I and SOCIETY Young goiters from all over the I t j cousin air cooled 30 horse power j: 1 Case feed grinder. Shawnee

i state participate will gather here at Dnbedreadj!:!!,' .engine, 28 horse power Fatrbank'sr ', Farms. 2t CN t DemoFRIEDA'S f


. _. State Pee Wee Golf Tournament. -
-A-.J.J.AA..JJ.JJJJ" .JJ "
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... Malcolm Davenport. Dubsdread own-;
:Mr. and Mrs. Peter Matasiak were i Francis E. Roberta, candidatefor 1 er. announced this we e... '.
T : Ja LaBelle on basineas SaturdayMr. State Senator .from Avon Park Believed to be the onh tourna- '

/ )4s here today in the interest of kiss meat of its kind, the event will bt- '
. ; aad Mn. Doa BrMcer candidacy.
spent
I IIIn. open to all girls and boys up to and:
<;,' .. wart.tmt ia St. Petersburg. iacladlDc the age of 1.!. ?spur:.:-. BEAUTY SHOPPE

t I Eddie Waller and .... Brown brackets for boys and girls win i N .
iL W. J. EtIa tea .C Edtnbnrg, Waller. of ,
i. Tamp were acre Monday played and all contestants w,., i-
III., to vMOac Mn. M. Etherton I and Tnocday called by> the placed in age groups during tUr PHOXt 7S+-W

track death of Mn. Waller's nephew toamament.ffTHOM. LOCATED o.V SOtTlI: COKOXA BALK OF THE YAM
&..... Gatt was in Naples I Wally Stewart.
.
....... T CHl'R'H i SANDWICH >HOT-CLEWISTOX, FLA.

Mr. and Mrs & IX Yoder spent i,
W. F. Matter spent several days the week-end in West Palm Beach.Mr. The doors of the Methodist Cuur,hare !

this week fa Miami oa a basiaeaatria. Yoder's sister. Mn. D. C. Garner open to all regardless of i.nu i I Specializing in Helen Curtis Cold Waves
t retained with them for a days ,and creed. Its altar is wide enoughto
visit. include every human heart and :
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L lifstaah Botlaad and s Mr. : narrow enough to exclude eerytaiag -i and Machineless PermanentsAlso
T. W. .... were la West Palm Arthur Womack, who was recently : bat the presence of <.; HM. ltr.dmy. discharged from service has arrived yon do not have a regular place o. ;
to make his home with hfe worship or visiting tem Orar1! uij! Popular Brands of Machine
. J. W. Adidas and Mrs. D. parents, Mr. sad Mrs. V. B. Wo- I the city you are urged to make this :
u BL: __ were depplag ta WcatMrs. each and is attnadlag school here. year church home.Throughout Waves
1... a... 4lataday.k this quarter ending I
.
Mr. .(ad Mrs. Bandy WaJhar af March 30, the minister is taking up ;' ..
_. .... T. B. Woaaack retnraed oaaht UMaiM spent taw week-end with some phase of Stewardship each :3OF
k .iwaity frown a visit ia St. *r. sad Mrs. Archie Wacgerby. Saaday.Charch.
t" >tibae tirg. Mrs.. Walker is Mrs. Waggerby's school is at 10 on Sunda.
. sister. morning. Regular morning worship ,I
; .... sad Mn. 11:. S. Weed of Fort I at 11:00. Youth Fellowship is ,
.IN%Ot.SClXG: MY CAXDIDACY FOR
. Mfara visited their an, Ralph Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Keenan and Thursday p. m. at 7-00; in the i.ar-!i
Wand and ..... Wood Std* Virginia Rage, accompanied by their I sonage.
--- (..... Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Simon. I i STATE SENATOR 27TH DISTRICTBorn
r::f. ... and Mn. IAIUr ...... aM made a trip to Bok Tower and
j. cIIIIIIIra of Staart.... the week- Cypress Gardens last weekend.Mr. I I
.. wtth Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee. Mark R. Tennant ; in old DeSoto County 38 years ago reared in
and Mn. Peter Matnsiak
Mia. T. J. DaBoee of ....... Ca.HHlii .- visited ia St. Augustine last week L4r B>r4 Highlands and Hard Counties; now oaaagod ia cattle burs-

,..- Mrs. J. C. 9wi Ball and ..... Mrs. Matasiak's grandmother, Mrs I' Real Estate Broker orss ID Hardee and haw grove ...... ta HtgaJaads.
A. Aaera this .... Georgia PeUicor. retnraed with them
I' GLADES COUNTY LANDS !;
for aa indefinite ..,.
",- aM II,.. R. K. Jordan and 607 Congress BWjt. Miami FU. i YOUR MTPORT: WILL BE APPRECIATEDFRANCIS
Jere Mas were ia Tam ps tar theM Miss Gloria Cochran, Solon Coch- I II
ran and S. B. Cochraa of Lakeland
visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van De I I E. ROBERTS
*. and Mrs. Carr Settle span Iwtt Velde Satarday. 1'Iae.ea were en 1 FEMALE HELP WANTED I
-.a4 SB Millet Hava and matt' Bottvia, where they will be:
7a.a*. essployod.Mn. "AVON PRODUCTS. INC needs al
1 Sales Representative for Moore I 4 Pad Political Advertisement

Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Faraaat and Irene Sledge and children Haven and Clewiston Write home I
MB*. peanld aad Jimmy, were riritrs and E. B. Randall of Fort Lauderdale -, address to District Manager. Gen.
to West< Fate Beach Taatday visited Saaday with their: Del.. Moore Haven lip I
Brother H. E. Randall and Mrs.:I WASTED
MALE HELP .1 I
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zabiaaki of Randall. Their mother, Mrs. Viola
Mflwaakee. Wla., are visiting )lr. Randall who has been visiting Reliable man with car wanted to I Cd tfi Habit of Sh....biThe lit
and ),!n. John Mataaiak and Mr here accompanied them boose. call on farmers I& Glades Conn-
and Mrs., Henry BaadalL to I!
ty. Wonderful opportunity. $15
Ralph In&inger of Kansas City, <20 in a day. No experience or 1
W. L. Atwood and A. G. Mo., and his brother, Paal Irming- capital required. Permanent. Write] Ia
meld officiate of Wofrarn ; *r of Naples, visited old friends here today. McNESS COMPANY, Dept
Corp., visited the local H..l yesterday afternoon. Ralph has A, Freeport. HL 2tp I -PamUy Iii1M % Fort
week from..Palm Beach.. been spending a brief vacation with II
his brother in Naples bat wDl leave I DqtL
1IrL141. Lovett of Fort FOR SALE-J-pfeee bedroom suite: MyeftyI
shortly for his home. ;
dale spent the week-end as th practically new. See Mrs. A. W.I i s
I Store"
of Mrs. J. W. AdkiB Mn. Lovettformerly WtWden. F 28 2tp.'I Fla.
Mr. and Mn. John Drebert of
taught In tae school here.
Boomer. W. Va.. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert D. Doraan of West Point. FOR SALE:-6 room house, redec
Miss Evelyn Norton of Helens I
Coaiu Dr. and Mn. H. D. Steele of orated. Green's Feel installation
City spent the week-end with her Bl1H'f1e1d.' W. Va.. Mrs. Anna Greeneof unfurnished or partly furnished Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More
Mr. and Mrs. W B. Norton -
parents
Charleston W. Va., Mr. and Mrs.I 428 E. Sagamore. Clewiston ltp
of Lakeport.Mrs. BUY FROM
OUR C'T.LOGnt'l' 10OOOO Items
A. L. Graves of Moatcahn, W. Vs., y
and Mr. sad Mrs. P. D. Bratton of FOR SALE-1 Caterpillar D4600
J C. Swindall. Mrs. George
Bluefield. W. Va., all of whom are I .
Sturgis and Mr and Mrs R. A. ----
wintering in Sarasota spent Thursi -
Ahtrn spent the week-end in
i day. as the guests of Mr. aDd Mrs
Naples ; C H. Settle.
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I FRANK RANDALL CELKKRATKS II IItJ II

RIRTHDAY WITH PARTYFrankie ,.

4'I .,- LADIES' HOSE

Randall celebrated his ,
tech birthday with a party at the /
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home of his parents Mr. sad Mn
Mo H I. Randall on Riverside Drive DuPoiit
yesterday afternoon. s Nylons

Aftea period of oatdoor gamesi
Sun t Men }L. i 2 efreel meats of tuna fish and egg: "i;,

Sunday Show-Mat SSO: -!!lad sandwiches, bottled drinks, w : $}oil o
M$ ht 7 '00 9-00 P.M.. :> Ho < nd cake were served by Mrs.
Uglh 1<'X-Adnlta 5OcTues. anda I assisted' by Mn. Raymond .
-' t of Sharon, Wis. Fraakie red -
>
\o (%ildi .ft TI _'tn !'oold ii
.; .- many nice presents. Pure Thread Silk
V" nding were Glenn Taylor
5.
ad Sandra Jimmy Taun,
.I.nt: e Jenkins, Johnny Sellers, ;
v .I'li i e Coyacr Glean Bema, Linda 81.50Mack
till \ ,-,1 : erry Roberta.CAMD .


i Of' THANKS"

MEN'S REGALWHITE
tt'wbh to thank our friends aad

.ante. for their many acts olr. & Colored
kindness and thoughtful
.--s ration dariag our great sow ...
i rev the loss of oar dear sos
-1 rather, Wally, and for thMI DRESS SHIRTS
m lovely floral eIferJa .

: )fa. oar Honestly Father he news ALL SIZES I
: stain as in this time of disVr. -
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iambi. and Swart Mn. Harold Stewart I $3.95

Bffly StewartMr.
A Wed. M 'c and Mn. Arthur atewart.APTERXOO.V .

"I'LL LOn l'Ol ALWAYS1Fri

M'." TIl\ '
Dept Store
e .1 5
Mrs. W. S. Boatman entertained
I r Sat March 7-* with aa afternoon tee Wednesday.i .
i Guests included :Mrs, D. C. Mitichell. .
"TFJIROR TR.IL"Charles
: I. Mrs C. W. Rettig. of Header-
Smrrett .,.. Tuna Kite Emily Conse Mrs. MOORE HA YEN. FLORIDAFRLDAY

C. H. Sentta, Mrs. Naca Bwdeitt

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Rabbit Used Lure Given

News ft.mwN Washington Digest; I! Break in Greyhound as Races

Greyhound races in which live

6 HOR BEui1J British Laborites Propose rabbits in are several used-a states-are practice held permitted -

twice a year in Abilene, Kans. At

W_ AtifILBO'S c these national meets, about 500
Drastic Farm RegulationBy dogs are entered and 250 jack rabbits -

serve as lures; and the races

_ NEXT MOVE BAUKHAGE consist of two greyhounds chasing

Senator-Elect Theodore G. Bilbo oi 8yP JLMALLOH one rabbit over a straight courseof
Mississippi now drawing his monthly News Analyst jW CMM/ r.ITNTJ 1,400 feet. For the protection of

salary of $1.250 while giving no 1.a.u.d by W.*t. B H.wp.p T VnSsm. S rrle..Id* Eye Street,N.W, opportunity to state his case. If the rabbit, he is not only given but is a
head start of 300 feet
lervice to the nation, is sure to get Washington, D. C.WASHINQTON. the offender is a landowner and the ,
additional 30 days in which to RATE DEPARTMENT BEINGCLEARED trained for two weeks before the
jtn .-Oca by one Brit- expense of carrying out the orders
to lose time in getting to
meet no
OF
C01DIUI.STBWASHINGTON.Not
cuperate-at the expense of thetaxpayer kin is nationalizing her bask indua- exceeds the annual rent of the land,
of the
of course. much atten- Irk*. he can appeal to the agriculturalland and through one escape
On January 4, the senate, by unanimous tion has been paid the Invisible hon- What about farming T tribunal. slots at the end of the course.
consent, laid Bilbo's contested lycomblng of the state department The greyhound is one of the
Agriculture Britain's largest The tbJrd'step be
was would dispossession -
known of having
oldest variety dogs, -
credentials on the table for a by some mysterious force which
bduitry right up to 1939 but before in 12 months or sooner.A .
been pictured on the Egyptian
period of 60 days. Irriters seem to find it difficult to the war Britain landoll'DerII'Ould have to submit a
monument
This backstage arrangement had describe.
produced leas forced sale; a landowneroccupiermight
been worked out by senate leadersEtter The figures have been published, than a third of be forced to rent to an approved -
Bilbo told Dixie colleagues he but not widely. I am an intense the food and feed tenant; a tenant's tenancy
was "flat broke and:: in desperate reader, yet I failed to see them. the islands con would be terminated.The .
peed of hospitalization." Both sidesFecepted Maybe you missed them. At least sumed. By 1943 law doesn't end there. It Happy Days for

the compromise in order you missed the only important part they were producing
deals with the past and the futur FolksWHEN
to lie break 80th a filibuster upon opening about them in the restricted way In .; 70 per as well as the present. Experiments Sluggish

congress. which writers had to touch them. cent of the war will be made to adjust farm boundaries "
Bilbo's CO days "on the table" Whey wrote the story leaning back- time rations for made many hundreds of years
expire March 5 and he b slatedto ward as if the heat from the figures their own people, ago and the intent is to prevent the t

appear In the senate March was too hot for them. At any rate, plus the Allied splitting up of farms into uneconomic
C to take his oath and seat, lire are the figures-see if they are a armies and refugees divisions. *

something GOP leaders now find within their Stability / -
efficiency. Liberty
it expedient to postpone for at borders.
The state department our of- e e e
least another 30 days. ietal diplomatic headquarters of Government
control strict Mystery\ of the
Sen. Robert A. Taft, chairman oi policy, the citadel of the world Baukhare it was worked. I
but
die movement to establish freedom Whooping CraneAs
senate committee on labor and
And the British with their socialist
public welfare, has calculated that tf the Individual from dictatorships government do not intend to let it a whooping crane detective 1

at just the time Bilbo is due to appear especially freedom to express slip back if regulation can stop it am not worth a whoop., This perhaps CONSTIPATION make 1M fed
the senate win be debating maJor hImself-this state department before is natural since I have no credentials Bk a*tb*dkktaa,bra *M.**.*..
To that end bill is
a now par- < dMcaaeiM,
legislation which he much has cleaned out 262 employees as a naturalist But in the Cddweps iy
very liament which would bring the American take I> fMBMU Se4ka..
wants the senate to pass prior to from Its midst in connection fanner down to Washington course of leading the Fish and WildLife to wieldy put tk. triuer on laqr 'feMr -
March 31-the date on which John with Its investigation of with in each hand. service on a wild crane chase **", u4 help you feel Mt sadckipp.r
L. Lewis' strike "truce" expires. Communist tactics within. You a pitchfork I encountered some interesting again.
cannot call the 202 Communists, The "two pillars" of the new government acts. DR. CALDWEU/S i*t e vottaM senna
policy are "stability and efficiency. huatte contained in good old Sj8Ptern
sympathizers, or even describe This is the to make it tax.
VIEW VETERANS HOUSING story: so easy to
bill would
The
agriculture
them. Oh no! Some resignedat
Wearied by Tinman's housing While I was in Florida I heard MANY DOCTORS BM pepsin preparation -
create stability by IUU8D.tee1nfprices.
the threat of
mere investigation. *in prescriptions to make the medicine -
boondoggle, some war veteransare It some convincing descriptions of
Sensitive souls no doubt provides more palatable and afreeatt to
moving independently to get Some quit when asked by inves- (1) That the prices and other mar- whooping cranes, said to be found on take. So b. lUre your Uutrr is contained -
roofs over their heads. They are a. nearby plantation. I knew the in Syrup Pepsin.
tigators about themselves. They ket factors of wheat, barley, oats
INSIST ON DR. CAIDWEUY favorite
organizing to
cooperatives purchase whooping becoming
crane rapidly
was -
were Insulted, unquestionably! rye, potatoes and sugar beets be of million for SO rear,and faei
housing developments Others before these extinct and I had never heardof that wholesome relief from
Just ran at that particular fixed in the year crops constipation -
built for defense workers during time. A dcsirrto be free no are to be harvested. any of them having been seen in ETB finicky children love it.
the war. Florida so, when I returned to CAUTION: U.. only u directed.
doubt seized
them like a spasm. (2) Prices and other factors affecting
Plans for taking over a number Washington I immediately
commu-
Well, anyhow, 202 seem to have fat stock milk and to
eggs,
of such projects, includingthe nicated my "discovery" to Mr. Lin-
had a to be free of DR. CAtDWEll'8SL'NA
spasm gov- of
be announced for a period one
Lake Forest development at ernment probers and left. coIn, ornithologist of the Fish and
and also minimum and
Wilmington N. C. year prices Wild Life
already are service of the departmentof
near completion. However, the Of the 3,000 suspects to spasm other conditions, including quantities the interior. He was very polite lA.tTlVEONtAalu.

cooperative movement is caning sensitivity originally coming into the for a further period of two and patient and even agreed to ask ( el
all sorts of trouble because department from the Office of War years. Consequently the producer Mr. Kelsey, one of the department's SYRUP PEPSIN

former defense workers must be Information and two other bureaus, representatives, to Interview my
evicted to make way for occupancy the investigators went after 314. wife, who was still in Florida, as to
by the vet owners. Only 59 were given a clean bill of the reports which she had firsthand.It .

Federal officials now fear spasm resistance and 53 cases still wasn't long before I heard from CHEST ;

there will be other "marches" on are being Investigated-mind you, 1Yu8. my wife that as a result of further
the White Douse and these 53 are still in the department.
congress consultation with the Audubon Bird

as the coop housing drive gather BYRNES KEPT IT QUIET Book and a very short conversation, COLDS' DISTRESSNow
steam.
9' with Kelsey, there was unanimous
eKEW Now, the Byrnes regime clearly agreement that the cranes were not Relieved by Clean White Rub
' FARM PROGRAM did not consider it advisable for any air whoopers but must be sandhills. It's When discomfort of cheat cold make
Some very basic aspects of tilt one to talk about this fault any more an old story to the service but they children feel miserable, many young
agriculture were than necessary or to consider there mother wtlO rub on PENETTRO for
program take chances
postwar no and run down a]
(aid before President Truman when might be spasm addicts in other t clues. Even if the only proof the quick-acting white,ao pleaamt relief.to use_ .-ao and clean ao effective and-

Albert Goss, president of the National state bureaus. In fact, Byrnes de- "discoverer" has is the earnest insistence PEN ETRO'S modern-type,mediated
Grange called at the White House nied frequently there were any Com- that: "I know it was iwhoopin vapor release at onct to sooth
munists in his department when con- irritated upper bronchial tube, clear
recently. crane because I heard him the bead,relieve son throat,help quiet
Goss outlined for the President gress pressed him. Actually he awhoopin'." coughing of colds,kween sticky phkzm.PENETRO .
what\ he holds to be the four major started weeding them out while deny- Part of the GIVES YOU the home-
for
to the entire question of ing they were there. Repeatedly in reason these meticulous approved mutton met feature; and acientific -
approaches
this column he was told they were r4 inquiries is that the service b medication.rube in to help break
and -
government-farm relationship up the local congestion and relieve
at present conducting a survey In
urged him to adopt one of them. there long before congress pressed tt muscular oreneaa of "These the four courses which him, and repeatedly he denied it, = hope of locating the nesting placeof Penetro ketpt on working for hour,encourage
are finally chasing them privately. That -.....;. ......a.ao.. the whooping cranes. This spot *restful_p. Modem motherseverywhere
have been advocated, boiled downto has been are lunging from oldmnedte -
never found but it almost
their essentials," he told the President seems to be the truth of the matter. George Casely is one of the farm certainly is somewhere in Canada. fashioned to clean white

"A decision will have to be In any event, the important ers who has increased his produc-
made soon: thing now is that only one of tion on 50 acres in Devon, England. Lincoln doubts that there are more PENETROSRUB ::
than 50 of these birds
"First, the farmer will plant and these chased 202 can be calleda With daughter, Sylvia he is pitching alive today
although there records -
are showingthat
sow exactly what the governmentasks Communist by a legal and respectable hay.
the skies
ft him, and in return will be writer who desires to over the western
guaranteed an income approximating avoid the trouble of proving it. of fat stock, milk and eggs will know plains once were darkened by the
actual prices and other conditionsof flights of hundreds, even thousands,
75 cents an hour for his labor. That single one was indicted. Of
(Goss did not tell Truman, nor does course he denied ardently he sale a year in advance, and minimum of them. If, like the passenger

he admit it widely in Washington, was a Communist, as they all prices and conditions (which pigeon, they disappear entirely,
but this is his own analysis of the do. However, the government include any quantitative limitations) North America will have lost its tallest
as well as one of its most beautiful a
National Farmers' union program.) investigators found he had beenan for two years ahead. birds. -

"Second" continued Goss, "the organizer for the Communist There is planning and regulationfor

government can let the farmerdo party prior to his employmentby you! The whooping crane stands over Add more Sm/feffge

as he pleases, planting as muchor our government, and so they "Stability, however," says Brit four feet tall has a wingspread of
as little as he desires-a sort of decided to prove he was what ain's minister of agriculture, "is not seven feet and flies with neck and to walking with SOUSes
laissez-faire philosophy. And' it can they knew him to be. Certainly enough." And then he goes after legs out straight. It has white ?

pay subsidies where necessary in order the other 201 must be called efficiency with foot, horse and guns. plumage except for black tips on well as Heels by =

to assure him a basic income. "spasmists," no, not even that, Two requisites for efficiency are the wings; has black legs and yellow

"Third, we keep production down but "some possibly sensitive to promotion of research into farming bill and a bare red crown. O'Sulffvan*

to stipulated levels and place a a certain type of spasm Investigation problems and an organization which A little less than two years ago

Boor, at 90 per cent parity, under ." will provide the individual farmer National Audubon society approached -

farm prices." (This is essentially That is what must be done under with technical advice. Very good. the government and offered i a
of the American Farm to furnish funds for the
the program the sound rules of newspaper and The United States government doesa
Bureau federation.) radio libel and related established pretty good job on that score. working out of a joint survey the

"Or, four, we can provide a practice by a reasonably cautious The point is: What does the British purpose of which was to locate flier
loor under farm prices high person. Personally I think this kind government ask in return for whatit breeding grounds and other points

enough to prevent disaster, but of foolishness has gone about far intends to offer where the cranes gathered in orderto -f

not so high as to cause large enough. It represents really only "Both the farmer and the landowner arrange for their further protec-

surpluses. This floor would fluctuate our own sensitivity to accusations of have parts to play," it says tion. The one place in the United

according to economic conditions unfairness and on a proposition and points out that "the rules of States where cranes are known to
and to the mod husbandry require the farmer pass their summers is the national
according particular which, involves actually spies and : -
crop. Production would foreign sympathizers in our own official to maintain his holding at a reason wild life refuge near Corpus Christ,

ke designed to leave some surplus departments.THEY able standard of efficient production Tex.No
bearing in mind cleanlinessof nest of a whooping crane li
"This fourth plan," concluded WOULDN'T TOLERATE US the land, maintenance of fertilityand known to have been seen within 20

Goss, "is the grange plan Mr. President The Communist government would freedom from disease and pests. years or perhaps longer. The birdj
We like to talk of a stop- have no hesitancy similar to ours. The rules of good estate manage- have been observed passing over the "
loss floor, which would vary-some- They must consider us rather stupid. ment require the landowner to maintain Dakotas, Manitoba and Saskatchewan
times above sometimes below par U Stalin found any of our Democrats his estate with adequate buildings and it is taken for granted

ity. We propose to have planned or Republicans in his foreign drainage, ditches and hedges that somewhere north of these points 1II."d

surpluses of some crops potatoes, office, they would be shot. so that the occupier can be an efficient the nesting grounds are located. um urun tf
for instance-turned into starch or The very existence of such a con- producer." None has been discovered althoughone RHEUMATISMHlUIms.lUIHAlO

glucose. And the grange would be dition is unequivocally ridiculousand And that is not merely suggestedin government plane and a plane

prepared to help dispose abroad of embarrassing to our diplomatic the bill, it is required. The farmer belonging to a collaborator (a collaborator

anything we found surplus to our negotiations. While the Russians or the landowner will live up to is a person paid by some
domestic needs." would not tolerate an outsider fora these conditions or he will lose his private Institution but who is per

Truman did not commit himself second we weir] 'acted. them in during land. The first step against an offender mitted to use department of the in. '

regarding any of these alternative\ the Roo- administration is to place them under formal tenor facilities) have flown over :
plans. So far his department of ag and we now up, deny and supervision after they have many thousands of square miles is :T' :

riculture has not yet taken any clear avoid calling .- ,nrhunist what he had a chance to state their case. this area.) Every possible effort hat

position on them; so all be could I I is after finding turn in our own government The next step win be to issue spe been made to locate the nest for i' t.rgt a.taee.e.r.e'l a.rsis.uetnl .

do was tell Goss be was trernendouslv -.: -and labor organizations instructions as to what is tote is here that protection is most important to sm pq mIu.m SILT n LL II Iae5TI5 a aeryttlThena wg

( Interested .in tee analysis. :, like CIO cannot get rid of them. I I done-again giving the offender the j ties et, i.. uuunatf e. at



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THE WASHINGTON SCENEReorganization i Should.UK d ./pJmuz..


The dlanme foreman believed in get-

Puts EmphasisOn tag Ae workers to coopnate with

Taws ban. In an effort to inspire then

Committees even greater ootpnt, fct
Congressional wed feem together for a talk."Whenever .
Repo"
I enter the workshop '
By WALTER A. SHEAD
: '"I wMt
be said pleasant.
WVD Rump CarTMaa****!.
in WASHINGTONBy to see every man cheerfuJr! perforgimg -
The Broadway Ugbts: (Editor's Note: This b the first In a series of articles covering his task with a.5d1

The Late Watch: Bill'-.oardsts Welter! She ad the new congressional committees and their chairmen.) speed as possible. I don't % a-t to

24 sue. 'i WNUComtpoad.dwzu catch kwfmg on : e job.
radio programs which cost sponsors WASHINGTON. With the anyone
congressional reorganization act
a total of $2,500000 (.n free Now I am gra&c to place v 3 bar
now in effect and the Republican party assuming leadership m the door and I want to
gifts to contestants) in 1946 O7: Wuhiaftom Ban**.' by :on
one of the 24 shows is in Hop s UK tr St..g W. both branches after 15 years of Democratic ascendancy, special place m it any ideas :;oj may

facer circle of the first 15 After emphasis Is placed on committees of the 80th congress. have as to bow we can brag this

sac months William Schiller (p-esi Useless Committees FormedTo Increasing importance is given the various committees ab ut."

dent of the Polka Dot guild 1 picked Provide Chairmanships because of the consolidation provided for in the reorganization A few days later be opened the

Gtek Todd (a Cedar Rapids Girl) act. Under terms of the act, adopted by the 79th con- baz. to fed one sobtaty pace af

Friday) to inherit the crown of Chili gress, the 48 standing committees of 4 I paper. On it was wottea: Take
Williams. Ms former "trademark." SOME weeks ago your Home this Town the house are merged into 17 and trot Brooks has been a member ol the rubber heels o2 year shoes."
wrote that new
Reporter
Eyewitnesses say La Todd does had been dubbedthe the 33 senate standing committeesare the last of these since 1940. He was
already
more for polka dots than polka dots congress from the slashed to 14, excluding District also a member of the LaFofletteMonroney -
did for adD Wms Oh, Now "get ready" congress of Columbia committees in committee whose report
fact that its operations were conducted CLASSIFIED I I
Look Here Dept : A show girl al both branches formed the basis of the reorganization
with an eye to the 1948 presidential
Vanity Fair calls herserf June July election campaign, already This series of articles will trace actBrooks
Anything to get into a column. the new committee DEPARTMENT
under nay setup, delving was elected to the senate
Strange Broadway Romances: A If any proof were needed for this into functions of the various committees in 1940 to flfl the unexpired term of
rich playboy bridegroom used to be statement, the senate of the 88th and backgrounds of new Republican the late Hamilton Lewis. He was BrSLVESS & INVEST OPPOR

bis mater-in-law's fella The congress furnished it in generous committee chairmen. I reelected ia 1M2 for a full term. c n.tess.s-. 1nwrntmtl.tL
75-year-old widder of a millionaire !mow SImple hMkLNSTRCCTION -
New senate committees and their I B1.vote'." with
the
tactics & majorityof .
proportion. By high pressure keepiDc. Aar M"a Breali "'II' Ada a.
is wooing an author 30 years: her in violation of the spirit of the chairmen include I his party on 98 per cent of the
.
Junior On you kid. Casting act and controversial vote
congressional
reorganization
note: Theatre Inc's new play "The Armed Services
of the procedural rules of the sen- the 79th conBOMEM*DE rat trap new tfe
that. It is
Big People" means just ate itself, it pushed through resolutions CHAN GURNEY (S. D.) becomes In party b"sa efflemil. dollar for
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hiring actors who are at least six OWD srav0a. SaIiolb .tiIIa .-
calling for creation of new special chairman of the senate armed serv- I he was sect &OBEKT &OIlB .S. i....... taL
feet two. Tito Guizar's newest
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senate committees on war investigation ices committee after serving as only by
of saying goodnight to a heel:
way and small busiress ranking Republican on the military Kenneth Wher.llSCELL'IOrS:
"Have a happy drop dead! Whether these committees are need- affairs committee. The new committee ""ii.in (Neb.), the ReaD

ed or essential to the public welfare combines the old senate com- votedifo

Tris Coffin, whose eyes and is beside the point, and whether rutUes on military and naval at-I : ARTHRITIS SUFFERERS

ears represent many Americans or not the regular standing commit. fairs. of the Get quick relief from paiD uoally m
la the senate press gallery, has tee of the senate could handle the Gurney consistently votes with the n i 11 d Nations forty-eight hours...J>
s new book due soon, titled: subject matter to be investigated mQ 0onti of Republican senators, but rte! and later
"Missouri Compromise." The also is beside the point he usually has sups I II Brooks for implementing RELI EVZITthe

title was selected by the publisher The violations were so flagrant, ported the administration charter, after The Amazing New Treatment

because the book is about the connivance so obvious, that stalwart in military voting for threeamendments Scad $10 00 for three months treiJDCIU -
what happened in Washington Charles William Tobey of New matters. Last which would have restricted von" should not require ia\mot*

since FDR's death. Much of the Hampshire, former governor. can spring, for exam- powers of the United States treatment 1hcrcalcrjlO UEVZIT.

scene In Washington these last pressman, farmer, banker and manufacturer i pie. he was floor representatives and use of troops HOLICONG, Bucks County, Pa.
two years, the author empha- who is not afraid to say manager in the senate abroad.

sixes, "has been sad, tragic and clearly what he sees and thuis, for the draft extension Born in rural Illinois in 1897.
absurd." said: bill. He also Brooks practiced law in Chicago
"The country has just witnessed has advocated unification and was a member cf the Northwestern The Best Investment

Times Square Smalltalk: Local an example of the difference between of the army university law faculty. He U. S. Savings Bonds

girls shudder when they discuss votes in the interests of clean and navy. and sponsored served for seven years as assistant
York's most terrifying wolf- government and votes to carry out two universal state's attorney. Brooks is a veteran -
New Carney
fine of our famed naval war heroes 1 I the program of a special group, training bills m the of World War I,_ in which ha Rrm CACTserved
79th One the and oruigsLonglasting MIGHTY .,, .
congress. with marines won
Jock Whitney may awymwi 'More lollipop. Later'
any week his plans to erect the si:7.r,1: called for a years trainingfor the Distinguished Service cross and Relief In
world's most luxurious racetrack u Then the gentleman from the all men at age 18 or within four the Croix de Guerre

Queens. Very ex-senator R. R. Granite state proceeded to nay" his years of that time plus six years' Before his election to the senatt. COUGHS
Reynolds is starting a law office u colleagues for ""inefficiency, for service. m the reserve or a shorter Brooks had been an unsuccessful
"incompetency, for "slap -dash period in the regular forces or na-
Washington as "a specialist in government candidate for cOIlgressman-a -1arI'
CHEST
departmental practice"whatever work, for "breaking" : down the efficiency tional guar The other, introduced from Illinois in 1934 and had been COLDSCE5EIHU

that is. Sudden Thawt: statute, for "runniEg the later, embodied the plan supported the Republican candidate for governor
train off the railsfor "deliberate RUB ON
by the American Legion, Vet-
The only thing that nobody has tried in 1938
)Jo fix at Madison Square Garden 11 by-passing of standing committees, erans of Foreign Wars and Disabled The ,committee on rules and ad-
for "creation of chairmanships forth American Veterans for 4 weeksof
the air-condiUonuig system. Willprui11e ministration is occupied chiefly
faithful and the indication to basic training followed by 36
; Braden replace Gen. Waiter with housekeeping functions for the
those who not first in line that
are weeks of basic scientific courses,
Bedell Smith as ambassador to senate itself the Library of Congress
there may be more lollipops for oth- completion of service academy
Moscow? These days the post is and Smithsonian institution.
equivalent to being: second top mar ers later. training, two years in the regular However the committee now also

fa the state department Regarding '1 am a Republican" thundered forces, or three years in the na- has jurisdiction over contested elec.

safety in aviation circles, the New Hampshire solon. "and 1 tional guard or organized reserve. tions to the senate, qualifications of
remember this fact: It took the rail- desire that my party shall be the Gurney 50 years old and lives members and charges of corrupt .

roads 65 years to reach the high majority voice la guiding the ship in Yanktoa, S. D., where he was I practices. Bills dealing with presidential e, e

safety mark the airlines reached 11: If state, bat I do not wish its gulls born After leaving the army after I ,succession and federal leo>
their initial 20.Midtown ante to be in disregard of our format World War I, be went into the I tions (such as the anti- poll-tai trrrt.tPILILts.ewSobra.
government and of the principlesvital seed and nursery stock business bills) will be referred to this coo kt)8 -
to the preservation of our form with his father m Yankton and was mittee. f wSo rae.i satcomfottiae

Vignette: They told of government. What of party regularity for a time connected with a local ; wtMoa r- -.t 9fXm_
I atonal luxtfea. It'a ftoad ta ka. that
1 us they brought it fri Hollywood radio station. In 1933 be became Civil Service w
? What benefit scenes to tails Uxattra worka Tov-no*
i where a swank spot in control of the senate president of the Chan Gurney Oil I I I -aan. ,... sea as urns PILLS
a my party now "
WILLIAM LANGER (N D.), wh wa't. INn DaIlY hank iajatitaa-
of "who ..
matter
solved the pays Co. of Sioux Fate, S. D. .... "
from the creation of these special i i I has c.c.aackaf*true yonr f
This little gad generally supported measure ;
the check He made an unsuccessful race Of drnsiiat. CAimONs Not
committees? The win
and party I 1 I favored by federal employees is ce* ba oaa4 aiilnaiilaal
get discourages arguments for the senate in 1936, but elect- .rte
was
control an Investigations whether or other irmptoma at "
chairman of the civil service
it is fan, besides. It U a they are assigned to special commit. ed in 1938 and reelected in 1944. committee cur era praarat.MflaiLalMraMrta.toC..
Td..Iy
bottle In ( a.
souvenir opener
tees or conducted by standing committees i .
Langer is 60 years old and has
hand
of miniature AppropriationsSTYLES tlkh
the form a rt.lad.
so the party gains nothing
than half life in
his
spent more '
Is
The Index finger pointed {
,
from the creation of continuance
BRIDGES \I* H.1.) new North Dakota politics, where he hat .
Is
check presentedyou -
the
When of special committees. The only chairman of the senate :0 tr i..ttee been prominently identified with the
the table 'lES:
the thing on
put
LITTLE Pi
gain which accrues to anyone is on appropriations in
and it. And the person Non-Partisan league. In the 20s. he '"
spin
to some individual who acquires a is thus also senior Z'9 supported both Robert M. LaFol--
to whom the finger ptrnts-
chairmanship or to some other mOividaal member of the joint lette Sr. and Hiram Johnson for

pays. who gets a place on a special committee on the i president Elected governor oi
committee, connictinr thereby bud pt established North Dakota 1922. ... a ....... Ia ....
m te was removed
Street Scene There's a young with some other senator of his own by the reMganiztion ; by order of the State Supreme
star ia the waidow of a peanut shot party who has a place on a standing act lIe says L. court in 1934 in connection! uw

oa Broadway at 48th His job if committee empowered by statute to that his efforts will I t with charges that he forced government -
toweigh peanuts on a scale Investigate the selfsame subJect. be directed toward employees to contribute tc SUFFERERS I

He pots on quite a bit of pan As a matter of fact, both resolutions keeping the fed- his political newspaper He again:

D cry measuring the nuts, described were rushed to the floor of the eral budget for the was elected governor in 1936. r 656 STARTS ROlCF IN
by enchanted passersby a* senate without assignment to appropriate fiscal year 1948 Langer voted for the governmentpay
*t$# act!" He really is a Chap committees, without hearings, within a 30 or 31 raise bin hi 1945, opposing at I JUST6SgCONOS 1V

b4-te the Harry Langdon sSrw manner without consideration of the fall billion dollar limit.Bridges tempts to limit it to 11 per cent 0.. r.> .. .-..-.-.,,_-tn- si s
If yon know your business committee, without a vote of the Before becoming in other respects, he has been wi. fw snrrw"a ram
Ban is. He eamnikes crowd! committee or the fling of a reportto chairman of the appropriations com unpredictable. r- .S5 cy uwtw Try I

'bxfe dog the sidewalk watching the senate, after bargaining with mittee, Bridges had promised to I The records show that he voted g-

hips For all I know bv the other committees concerning jurisdiction trim all unnecessary public construction with a majority of other senate Re- ec.wI:

ttee you read this, he won-'t be and after refusing an opponent programs, eliminate nonrecurring publicans only S3
here bat on his way to Hollywood the usual courtesy of a "pair" items and reduce the per cent cf the time

Newest big spender about midtown vote The GOP steering committee number of federal employees. The on controversialroll : NU-14 044;
is a Puerto Rican named Nmo wanted the two special committees reduction in government personnel, calls. His defections -
Leaves a trail of big tops (a mile (1) to provide chairmanships fox Bridges said would be made on the from his

wife) cagfatry. Ann Sfcendar Senators Brewster of Maine and basis of "saentSc studies of needs, party have comeon
_w sleeps on a special glass mattress Wherry of Nebraska and (2) as instead of sledge hammer tactics.** a wide range of J
Fireproof and no allergy o> springboards to provide potential Bridges, who is 48, is a banker issues.. One of the BackacheMay

teneethin'. Lucille Ban spunsec issues for the 1948 presidential campaign and business man, former secretaryof two senators who
because its bright red the New Hampshire Farm bureau .
her new car : voted against ratification Wars Duordcrot
dashed with her orange hair. and former secretary treasurer : of the w kidney Act!..
Report NeglectedThere of the Farm Bureau Mutual :
United Nations U.tom ffi..15b rr b.r,7 ue 5ee5
The Intelligentsia: Alma Archer, is no Question but that small Automobile Insurance Co., of' charter, Lenger also "OUr hattta. haprapar tog '
Mirror beauty editor, has a book crwhat needs but which be is now a director. He is Laager *1aii8-ta risk af r.as
business protection a sen- bitterly opposed the tla-brtw "'Y7 .,.. w w ..a
women think of men due in the ate and house committee on small also vice president of New Hampshire British loan and in'a apt. ta*=.

rpnng The title is: "Ah-Men." business has been active approxImately Savings bank and treasurer of troduced a series cf measures athonzicg w..irbupw..itebN ..*1-1 w..ct.! tl.e
Ralph X&gersoS has retired to his due years and their reportsare Putnasi Agricultural foundation. expenditure cf 3.73 billion

farm to write three novels. dare available, but no legislationhas Before his election to the senate dollars, the amount involved in the b..Ta.be ajar. wit sva M ems tia Sf s.ctrdw__

Luce wd reveal the most intimate been placed before either bouse in 1S38. Bridges was governor cf loan for such unrelated purposes as a4.d .

details in a mal en how she found ct senate as a result of their in- New Hampshire for two yews. i a nation-wide roadbulldxg program ., kMtoer s s' ar hlaaaar.
religion. She also is flushing a new vestigations.The Rules and Administration I and free physical examinations for .. ..... .-t7. a' h'e'ws

book at her plantation. AppletoxwfS house and senate have precedent the whole population. Try ,..-. fCU. Dust C W> U*
publish Jean LIbman Block and material for aiding small C. WAYLAND BROOKS (EL) When he was elected to the sea- Urtatya- a aaai a aararfal mum aakatt>
has a piece called "Do They Gyp business without any future Investigation heads the committee on rules and in 1940 his right to a seat was ?w.oy.e Tbsp ws.sp..L bs's bad Am... sate

,: You When You Sen Your Jewelry" if they would bet enact sag administration. Under the congres- challenged on grounds of "moral "{"eye' by-::-, w wey.b.:
in the Feb. Good Housekeeping She tested legislation to carry act the sional reorganization act, this committee turpitude" Although the privileges --
did the research with: borrowed report and recommendations of the absorbs functions of the former and election committee recommended -

gems. Dr. A. J. Crcnm, the Committee for Economic DM tie- committees on rules, enrolled! ', that be be unseated the recommendation DOAN'SPlUSj5Sjj5

author, is applying for U. S. citzen- menU which is itself composed d b ls, library printing, privilegesand I was reversed by the senate -

eLio. small businessmen. elections, and audit and cca-I I 52 to 33. i









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EIGHT GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2S, 1947
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company but also, in eases where the sole heir at law of William Henry.

HUNTER ACQUITTED I Modern-Mode Styling for Chevrolet jY I : stockholder upon the or books security of the holder companyas appears -I II I r Jackson, Deceased Plaintiff,

trustee or in any other fiduciary vs.FEDERAL
relation the name of the person or SECURITY COMPANY1, a
IN TRESPASS TRIAL I f j jI <.i rporation for whom such trustee Is corporation organised and oxcUs.
J I i irtmg, is siren: also that the said under the laws of the State of o.Ia-
jI two paragraphs contain statements ware, et al.,
embrai ing affiant's full knowledgeand Defendants.
IN LABELLE COURT' I I belief as to the circumstances and AOTICK Tn APPEAR
conditions under which stockholders STATE OK FLORIDA:
and security holders who do not appear -, TO: FEDERAL SECURITY' COMPANY |
i I upon the books of the company a corporation organised and _- *stating
t* trustees, hold stock and securities under the laws of the S* Sam Carson, LaBelle hunter was i I In a capacity other than that of a of Delaware with its offle sjsM
acquitted last Friday afternoon In b na fide owner: and this affiant has principal place of business at 1M
no reason to believe that any other West Tenth Street. City of WHraiaetoa -
the County Judge's court on a' PC'SOf, association, or corporation has County of New Caotta
charge of trespassing in the Hilliard I Y 4 n:> mt :rst direct or indirect In the I State of Delaware
++ SF OF raid stock, bonds or other securities) Ton are hereby required to tile aap
Bros. pasture in the Everglades. The tuun as so stated by him. appearance In this salt in this CoVt
verdict was reached at 5 o'clock'by That the average number of on or before the 24th day of Mate

the six man jury after only 15! 'pies of each issue of this pubiica- nn.i .
the The of this suit la to plat
I on sold or distributed, through i nature
minutes of deliberation, and climaxed rat ,!I ..r otherwise to paid subocrib- the title to the followingdeoc
a two day trial. ::s during the twelve months p.re- property lying, being and situate tm
ding the date shown above is SM. the County of Glades State of Flsrtowit
County Judge Orvill L. Dar;on of "'h. .information la required from ida, : i
e> weekly semlweekly. and trill Northwest Quarter (NW%) of
Pasco County presided having been k. iitwspapers only.) Section 17 and the North Half
assigned to try the case by GOT \RR SETTLE. Publisher. (NH of Section M in Townahlp i
I! 38 South. Range SI But.I ;
Millard Caldwell after local County'!, Sworn. to and subscribed before me I said wit having been filed 18 the ,
'
1947.
vrr J 12th: day of February,
Judge R. M. Harris had disqualified + 1 1 I| Circuit Court of tile Twelfth JuSielalCircuit
Florida sad S
of 8
for the State
himself. Members of the jury were SEAL J. M. COCSE.Notary Heel
Polie.My for Glad s County wherein J.
M. G. Davis Charles Christian, J. < ommission expires in 15*. i I don Hansbrotxrh. m. adsalnistrator of
the estate of AVHliaaa Heary Jacr -.
P. Hull, D. G. McCormick, Gordon deceased and lath Mote Jackass. i
Bembry and George M. Beck. S. widow and sole heir at law of William -
1\ TUB CItClIT : : Jackson, deceued are
iI
.fltlIIT I Henry
Watt Lawler of Fort Myers Beach t TWELFTH JIUirilL OKiFLOHIUtf plaintiffs and Federal Security Cash ;
l> AMI FOHI.AIK<< !'|I '
and County Attorney II. A. Rider' pany. a corponOo organised sad a-
('OI'T1:\ CIIAM'KHY: of
udder the law of the State
i leting
acted for the prosection while Guy ; Delaware, et at. are efend...... V-
Strayhorn and son, Norwood U1VOKCKAVTS inc case number 8M.
StraY-I' FEXTON BALDWIN, DONE AND ORDERED at Mow
horn, were attorneys for Ptalutin. Haven. Glades County State of ...-
fense. YII.An.THrR. I I fiat this the 13th day of February.
.
j > V. BALDWL"IJ.f..t.\, 1947
Carson, who did not testify in h 1'8&ALI. D. S. WKBK&Clerk
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his own defense, was accused of .- ---- \OTICK TO-APPKAR of the Circuit Court.
I' MACFARLANR FERGUSON
trespassing inside township 45 The auto industry's stylists and designers have played the major role in the TO. Mr. Arthur V. BaldwinBox I ALLISON & KELLYBy

South, Range 31 East, which town- presentation of new models, since changeover this year ha been generally Emporium 373 Pennsylvania. Thomas Alexander.

chip, according to testimony by Joe confined to restyling in the modern mode. Here is the new Chevrolet now in You are hereby required' to file and I Attorneys for Plaintiffs.Feb.
Hilliard, is under lease to the Hilli- production distinguished by advanced front-end treatment that incorporates appearance in the Court above 14-21-28. March 7.
a new and more massive radiator grille larger parking lamps and smartly scribed on the 24th day of
ard Bros., by the Atlantic Land and decorative features. IJ4 7. at the County Court House de-I
Improvement Company. The arrest redesigned 0 Moore Haven Glades County.
and thereafter to file such df'fen
was made January 1 by Vance as you may desire or be advised
Storter a deputy sheriff, employedlast response to the suit above entitled DAVE I* TOCKMAX'S
Too Late To Classify: which is a suit for divorce. Glades
Dec. 28 by Hilliard Brothers to i Total manufacturing area of the County Democrat Is hereby designated MACIIIXEIIY \ SALKS and

protect their Interests in the Ever- Pullman-Standard Car ManufacturIng as the newspaper In which this order KKPAIK II SEKVH
II shall be published once a week
glades. Testimony at the trial (Continued from Page 1) I Company plant at Chicago, used for four consecutive weeks. Herein

brought out the fact that the entire for building railroad passenger fail not under penalty of default Phone 113-W Clewl ton. FU.
I I DONE AND ORDERED at Moore
Seated" has been featured
township in question is under fence( program equipment, has been increased to Haven Glades County Florida this

and that gates leading inside are'daily at the Exposition, dropped in more than 3, OOOOO square feet as list day of February. 147. A COMPLETE: and SIODEUXMACHIXK

kept locked. II on the party late in the evening I the result of a recently completed (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit D. S. punt WEEKS,

The case attracted widespread attention -!1| just in time to see his show bur- expansion program. Glades 07c, FlorMa. I SHOP !
I I! I By F. & Deputy Clerk.COUSE
throughout South Florida lesqued, and entering into the spirit k JOHNSON I II
cattlemen and hunters alike Moore Haven. Florida Wel.ling. lW>rlng. lathe Wont
among I of the thing be joined in the fuu I IIKI.fVATKI MILK Solicitors for Plaintiff. .
because of its application to private' putting on a stunt or two of his Feb. 21. %8. Mar 7, 14. Milling, Grinding
hunting preserves on which public ; I

hunting has been largely forbidden.The own. 01.\, : 1\G* ix TIIK <(<'Ulel IT roiiir OK TIIKTUKi.rrn
Milliards declared they were Because of the long respected :\ow 'ou jimciii rntriiT OK. Repair Service

forced to adopt this course of post- "off the record" ruling, it is not PICKED MEN TIIK FOIL VTATK r.i.it OF rotTY.KLoniUi: lASI)

ing lands because of damaged possible to give an account of life GOOD PAY AM BXPEXSfcS I lIII \\: ('tltI. \'. On Magnetos, Starters, Generators
f :\( HIS
various skits and stunts but
fences and pasture gates which were gags Carburetors and
If Hydraulics,
ron can measure up to the standards -
left standing open afterwards, caus- they were up to par and everyone of the peacetime Regular Aimy. J. HERNDON HANSBROCGH. a" Administrator
ing large repair bills in separatingand I seemed to get a real kick out of the iron now nave an unusual opportunity of the Estate of WIl- Electric Motors
By enlisting for 3 years you can liam Henry Jackson. I ec ased. and
herding stock. program. choose one of the famous fighting LUTIE MOTE JACKSON, widow irvl I
officials divisions now on occupation duty in I Ir
Citrus Exposition are now
Japan and Korea.
Elsie The Cow wondering "where they will go from The division in which you can
the Armory" as that is the largest enlist include such outstanding unitsas
the 1st Cavalry Division, Cth Infantry -
Dines On Local hall available. It looks as though Division, 7th Infantry Division, ,
they would have ot secure one of the 24th Infantry Division and 26th Infantry

Feed At Tampa Ringling Circus tents for the next great battle Division record each during of which ih..had war a HOMOGFNIZEDTITAjIIN

years show, and Exposition ManagerPhil After initial training in the t'. S.. j
you can Join the unit of your <.-h"ir'
(CIt'w1ton News) Lute is giving the idea some and take port in the Interesting work 'D' MILKAnd j

Elsie, the Borden cow, most highly real thought. of maintaining You'll have a just the peace advantax in the FirEast of .

publicized: bovine |In the world, 29 percent extra pay for o'rlw< nrv- ,
attended the Florida State Fair in ice. Starting base pay for a Pn\at. .1
Please accept as a token of my overseas is $90 a month in additioi. Other AUi Products
Tampa last week and while she was to food, clothing [good quarter, m <1i-
still turnedup highest esteem, this week's supplyof cal and dental care. And you'41' enJoy
feted by every group, favorite food-Ctewfoton excellent living conditions, plenty of AVAILABLE AT YOUR :
her nose at fancy culinary efforts my sightseeing, spurts and recreationun
of nan and turned with genu- High-Protein Blackstrap Holaasea the satisfaction of doing a worthwhile: J
the world's finest conditioner and job. Enlistments open to men 18 to GROCERY AND
ine enjoyment to the supply of 34, inclusive (17 with parent Consent -
lemon-grass molasses feed sent her appetite builder. As one championto ). Get full detail. at I" S. Army

herd another, I am sure you will find Recruiting Station. DRUG STOREALFAR
as a gift by Chester the Great, :1
sire of Sugarland Ranch. it dee-licious. Coraeau Building ; :

Following is the letter which I I had hoped to meet you at the I WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA

Fair but spring work here at Su-
Chester is alleged to have written

Elsie when he made the presenta- garland Ranch will not permit. So TATKMK\T OF TUB OW\tR"IIIP,1:

tion for he was too busy here to my dear, I shall have to gaze long- M\\.U t"t:\T. ('
1 < HE4t IRK!) UY TIIK
.1TI
I
ingly and lovingly at your picture -.t.
get away during the fair. And OF ( Mill ESS OK At GIST 24.,
the weather was too cold up in Borden advertisements and to Ill:. AH AMKMIKU In' TIIK s
anyway drink to your long life and good ACT> OK Mtllt'H 3, 1K13, AM)
there for a south Florida masculinecow JILT 2, 1V-M. 1
health in Clewiston High-protein

Elsie: the Cow molasses. Of The Glades County Democrat, Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and
published weekly at Moore Haven,
c/o Tampa Fair Your ardent admirer, Florida for October 1548 West Palm Beach Fla.
,
Tampa Fla. Chester the Great.
STATE OF FLORIDA )
Dearest Elsie: (A.B.D.A. No. 20357) eat

Welcome to Florida! Herd Sire. COUNTY OF GLADES )

Before me. a Notary Public in and
------ -- for the State and County aforesaid, --
I personally appeared Carr Settle who ,
having been duly sworn according to
law, deposes and says that he Is the I
I publisher of the Glades County Democrat See and Buy TheWillys
JEFF FLAKEFor and that the following I.. to the :
best of his knowledge and belief a
true statement of the ownership management -
Senate State weekly nr triweekly newspaper, the
circulation), etc.. of the aforesaid pub- Jeep
lication for the date shown In the\
above iption, required by the act of
I hereby announce my candidacy for the Autru.it 24. 1912, as amended by the.
sots of March 3, 1JJJ. and July 2,
State Senate from the 27th Senatorial Dis I'f" I'"- tins 537 Postal Laws andR"Jia.ns'
printed on the reverseof atSugarland
HIM form to wit:
trict. 1 That the names and addresses
of 't.< publisher editor, managing
.di'..r. and business managers are
I have been a farmer, citrus grower and piivh.. r. Carr Settle. Moore Haven
K! r,'! Motors

business man in Hardee County, Florida, I :',l.-.i..r', 'I r Carr Settle, Moore- Havon.I

for thirty years and, for the past five years, I M-niging Florida.editor Carr Settle. MoortHixn

have been a member of the Florida Citrus iuin: sii manager Carr Settle Moore I'I'I
H. Florida.
Commission, all of which should qualify me I hy". That" rporatton the owner Its name Is: (If and owned ad- Ask for A Demonstration. You'll Be ,:


to represent you efficiently in the State Sen-
Rddr t s of stockholders owning or
ate. hoMi,,tr ..r- percent or more of total
am.'iit.t ..f stock.' If not owned by a New-Type Vehicle
corporation the names and addressesof
I earnestly solicit your vote and supportin th individual: owners must be
e'\-r\ If owned by a firm company.
be held in j I'r other unincorporated concern. Its
the Democratic primary to j M.TIr.r. e-.<-h individual member, must be
March (Date to be set later.) I K'\ell I

The .Ol.ide* Printing Co.. Inc..

1 favor commercial fishing in Lake I j I Mare\ I'-ir F p.Hanton.Haven."'n'" Duff.Florida.Fort Ctewiiiton),I yen. Fiord Florida.. We have in a new shipment of genuine

I Okeechobee. j i 3 That the kaown bondholders.
I; mortfracees. and other security holders Auto-Lite Guaranteed
Batteries
I owning or hoMipg 1 eor'r.
nv.rof total araouBt of bonds
JEFF FLAKEPaid I 1 frauds or other seourtttea are: None.
4. That the two paragraphs next

i I ers.aboiririr.jr!stockholders the and names security of the bold-I Phone 44 Clewiston, FloridarAG1

( Political Advertisement.) er!!. if say contain not only he
if stockholders and security holders ,
----- ----- ------ as th-y appear upon the books of the I
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