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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: March 7, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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COUNTY DEMOCRAT







*i VOLCME: 21-NUMBER 45 MOORE HEN FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1M7 srnscmPnor-sJSO PER TKAB



Dates For Primaries f Final Clinic For No Definite ord Is (

I Rabies March 26 I I


Set For Mar. 18 & 25 Dr. W. W. Matthews, county veterinarian Available On Mill


will conduct the final -

Successor To King For Milton Gordie Dies clinic rabies at for the inoculating city hall on dogs March against 26. Fred Williamson, Welch Says It Will Re-


Senator To Be I i At Home Here After the giving pooch only one vaccinated more chance before to the get'I Former BusinessmanHere quire Ninety Days


ChosenThe I Long IllnessMilton deadline which has been set by city Dies ThursdayFred To Start "

ordinance April 1.
-

special primary election to I Gordie. 7!, died at his The new ordinance requires that The Democrat, seeking to bring .
name a successor for Wilbur C. home here early last Saturday this rabies inoculation be taken care L. Williamson a resident ofClewlatoa its readers something definite concerning -

King as State Senator from the I morning following a lengthy periodof of and dogs tagged or they win be" for many years, comingto the moving of the LouisIana -

twenty-seventh senatorial district has illness. His death had been expected impounded after April 1. No extra that city daring the regime of sugar mill to Moore, Haven this
been for March 18 and the charge is made for shy license at
set second II momentarily for several the Southern Sugar Company as one morning phoned L. L. Welch, one
primary will be held a week days. this time, the entire cost being of its officials and who was opera- of the members of the corporationIn

later, on March 25. The general Since the death of his brother Jl.50. tor of a feed mixing plant here for Lake Charles. La who stated

election will take place on April 5. Edward Gordie some eighteen Only a comparatively few of thecity's several years, died suddenly Thurs- that work was going ahead but there

Election officials have not as yet I months ago he had lived alone iDa canine population have been day, shortly after noon while listening was, as yet no definite statement

been named officially and a list of garage apartment at the W. T. inoculated to date and all should to a broadcast of President to make and that at least ninety

Ibm will be published, as requiredby Ball home. For the past several take advantage of this opportunityfor Truman's speech in front of the days would be required before any

law In next week's paper. months he had been unable to come obtaining the serum at small ClewUton Inn. work could be started.
cost and a license at the time.
To date only two candidates have to town because of failing health : same Welch said that today RolandCald..ell
Mr. Williamson
was crippled by)
Qualified and announced in this The two bachelor brothers came I arthritis is going over the mill witha
several years ago but des-
county Jeff Flake of Waachula here from Chicago In the late firm of Fort Lauderdale contractors -
pite this handicap continued to take)
and Francis Roberts of Avon Park.However twenties and resided at a home they HEAVIEST RAIN IN an active interest in business and I'' who are expected to submit -

it is understood that three purchased at the time south of townon I community life. A sudden heart a bid for razing the mill in

candidates have entered the race the highway. Milton moved to Louisiana, barging here and erect
attack was given as the cause of
from town MORE THAN YEAR ing It. At least two three
Sebrtag and possibly another following the death of his his death. or other

two or three from other sections of brother and the sale of the home. bids will be asked he said, before

the district whose names are not asSet The Everglades Funeral Home of Funeral arrangements bad not any contract is awarded.

; known.So Pahokee had charge of arrangement I FALLS SATURDAYThe been completed at last reports. His Minor diserepencies in the title

far there Is little interest in and burial was in the Ortona former home was in Kansas and it, examination for the mill site will require -

the election in this county and it is Cemetery Sunday afternoon at four heaviest rain may be that the body will be taken company officials ta come to
recorded herein
o'clock. Rev. W. S. Boceman, there for burial. One daughter. Miami in a
of
likely that a very smaH vote will be pastorof months, couple weeks to
polled. I the Methodist Church officiating. hurricane many of 1945.probably fell since the Mrs. R. V. Allison, resides in Belle straighten them oat, Welch said

So far as known the only surviving Saturday Glade and the remainder of his bat added that there was no rea-
night when 3.4C inches
relative is a sister, Mrs. was recorded family are said to be in Oklahoma son to believe that any of them-
City CommissionHas by Fred A. Flandeis cooperstire -
Caplan of Chicago. and Kansas. were of a serious natare.
observer at the r S. Locks The
Quiet Meeting I rain started during the afternoon He also stated that. he was leaving -
today for New Orleans to confer
RED !. and continued through Saturday ALL IN READINESS with the Caldwell brothers in regard -
CROSS
The city commission at its regular DRIVEIS : l night mg with another one in thundershower follow I i to the proposed move and that
rapid order.
meeting Tuesday night. enjoyed '
two of the
something of a respite from GOING Other C. S. Engineer reports on FOR BAND CONCERT j working full company time OB officiate are
AHEAD : preparations
he I
the hectic sessions of recent months : fall around the lake wan C: 64 I II for moving t* Florida.
due ; iruhea at Okeoecbobe@. 3.SO at Canal
possibly to the very cool weather -

that evening. DURING THIS WEEK ;j Belle Point.Glade.3.57 at The St. heaviest Lucie. 5.50 fall reported at- FOR POOL BENEFITThe > drawn Plans by for the the corporation new mill have engineer been

Up for first reading was the or- which will require the use of larger
; ia
the glades was at Belle i
difiance requiring vvcfeatlon of boilers and
only
have
--- t recently de-
!
Glade where the t
degs for rablr "* the The Red Cross membership drive, I station recorded state experimentalI Moore Haven school band un- : livery dates been obtained.

vaccination ;* <*e. started last week for Glades County i.Sf iaefces. der the direction of W. D. Jack- ;I( Although the great amount of

Seme eiaag'ef anal with }Irs. Harry Foster as roll call This is said to be tile heaviest man will present its benefit performance preliminary work: entailed, will necessitate

reading wllli at the nut meeting. chairman. Is progressing very satisfactorily rainfall on record for this time of I for the swimming pool fund waiting longer than had l

Beginning April 1 all docs sot so according to Mrs. Foster's year and adds to the peculiar weather at the school auditorium tomorrow -I been anticipated to begin operations

t..* Inoculated.wiU.$ aimpounded- ? ... >atao.adefiuite, figure .ha' which has been.FloridaV during (Saturday) Bight, promptly at Mr, Welch: said the company wJ4. ,;
-
City Attorney J. M. Conan was as yet -been given of the amount! the fan and wiaierw The eight o'clock.Ticket -- expected--.0' rtnd'-caBe'dHrtng 'tht 1

asked the raised date weather through January bad been sales j coming season. -
to give an opinion on to I are said to haTe i

status of tax delinquent property II Mack Greene, chairman of the: as perfect as any fall and winter been very good, with the sales being I ,

acquired by the city in recent years, county chapter, reports that there weather on record. Then came conducted by members of the I I'I School Board Minutes
February with its
record fo}
considerable concern having been is little reason to believe that the: coM. band. No definite report of the! ,

cantej by a recent newspaper story j I county quota will DOt be raised i I lowed as at March once with opened a record This rainfall rain-, sales to date has been received. according -!i Of March 3rd

OB a supreme court decision relative since it is smaller than last year's" to Mrs. Emma Muller,
in turn was followed by more cold
to a tax title lot in Arcadia. quota but this amount goes to the I chairman of the finance committee I
with frost reported ia scattered March *, 11 47
Mr. Coase said that the method of I I national chapter and any funds accumulating -: tions Tuesday morning but Wednesday sec-- of the swimming pool faad. I The Glades County Board of

foreclosure used here had stood up. in the treasury of the' The following program has Nee 'Public Instruction
met in regular
brought relief from the chilly
under some very severe tests and local chapter must come from the announced for the concert by Mr.I.! session
on the above date
weather of the past five weeks and with all
be felt that there was little reason 1 excess: over the quota. I Jackman. members
the past three days have been nor- present: Luvenia Gorman.
; to believe that any difficulty would Some areas have not as yet reported mal. 1. Star Spangled B&aeer-Ke T. H. Snail and Vetton Walters.

ever be experienced, even if the! oa collections aad some workers -I 2. The Booster-Ktete. I The minutes of the last meetingwere

supreme court failed to reverse its in town may not as yet. have 3. Hoar Taos Oar Prayer. 0 read and upon motion by Mr.

de iion in the Arcadia case. had a chance to contact all of the Capt. L. P. TurnerIs Lard-from Russian Liturgy. I Snell seconded by Mr. Walters and ,

There was a general discussionof residents of their areas. If they Now Stationed 4. BH* Bagfe-Martb-John- carried approved as read.

street work and other work I fail to find you at home within the I I'". The secretary read the trustees'

needed but no definite action taken.A next few days mail your donationto At Kisarazu, JapanFor Rae Graade--Serenade-Del- recommendation for principal for

representative of theOW Mrs. Foster. aaater. the 1947-48 school year, and following -
Workers include Mrs. George b.-1 l I -
came before the board to discuss C. LIttle Champ-March Me- discussion Mr. Walters
the first time since her
Sturgis, Miss Peggy Stalls Mrs. R.
plans for transferring title to lots sang. I(I moved that the recommendation of
band left for
base in
an occupation
D. Lyons Mrs. J. W. Adkins and
obtained sometime ago for a buildIng 7. Evening Idyl Reverie Mr. Morrison for that position be
the Pacific Mrs! L. P. Tamerlearned
Mrs. Noah Whidden for Moore Haven area
site A plan was agreed upon! Weber. accepted without recommendation
in a letter from Turner
Mrs. Peter Matnsiak for th Capt. I I
subject to the approval of the VFW ; 8. Military Escort March as to salary until teaching load Is
Hicpochee section Mrs. L. D. Carr er this week, that he Is now stationed -
.
E at their meeting this week. ; Bennett. determined Mr. Snell offered-
:
at Kisarazn. where beholds
Japan
for the east side of the canal; Mrs
9. amendment
Marilyn-Waits-Delamater. to the motion that the
J. B. Cox Ortona Mrs. G. F. the position of base adjutant.
Board To ; 10. Make Believe-Popular motion that the salary be no less
County Mrs. Turner and her baby datgh-
Jones palmdale; Mrs. Leona Skipper Kern. than that of this present school
Fisher Ben- ter Vian. expect to Join Capt. Turn
Lakeport; Ange,
i Help Drainage year. The motion with said amendment -
bow; W. M. Tobias colored quarters er there as soon as passage can be
was duly put and carried.
arranged but they had expected: a Farmers RequiredTo
District On Canal and Ernestine )Ilms, Benbow
motion
i location Upon by Mr. Sue!!, seeoaded -'
in the Philippines rather
school. File Forms For by Mr. Walters and carried
than
I ia Japan. They were sure
all bills presented' for payment were
The board of county commissioners f-DoMgh of this that they bad
Baptists To BeginConstruction I Conservation March 15 approved.
j at the regular monthly meet! chased caideraMe tragical p.r-I 1
The meeting adjourned
motion
oa
lag Monday! accepted a proposal of I Of tat and were prepared to d

' the Everglades Drainage Districtboard I warn weather dethtag. Capt. E. H. Boyles. in charge of agricultural )I Mr. Snell by Mr.and Walters carried. seconded by

to pay half of an estimated' I t Church Addition Turner assured them that the temperature -I conservation practices ferl) LUVENIA GORMAN
,
15.09 to clean out the mouth of the!! where he is lacks considerable this area said today that he

< llarney Pond Canal 80 that the water :; of being tropical the temperature -t sent oat work sheets to an firmer) Chairman.M. .
!: Oa Wednesday evening th* FirstBaptist K. FARNAM,
; from this canal will be diverted '' I ta the orderly room beta on January 18 which are reaafred
Church met te, casfueato r*1 SecretaryTrl6aitrN.First .
j back Into Its ortfiaal cha&aeL I j:I discuss the advisability of b-!!! :t degrees aa he wrote the letter to be filed ia his office by March 15. t j
i ij raiess these' forms are filled out.
'' and considerably colder ia his room
The State Read Dpartmemt. la E4t.I
ginning construction of a sew
Mr said sad retained to hts : Camping Trip
Boytes [
j where he was sleeping under seven
leaking plans tr ta* LakBtt road rational Aaaex to the church build
IJ office by the deadline these faDIng !
GI wool blaakets
and for a bridle aero** tie canal let tag which will be the first salt of Enjoyed By Scouts
to file will not be eligible to|
J the bridge o?. the prseeat ehaa-,, the new chart .
'. net instead of the tahl+r chaa After dtsrusaioB of the Immediate Kurtz Is Elected participate ia the coascrratiea progsaas : On Friday NightThe
federal
aMafa
BUT to
i which has fined ... They have need for additional spree tae pay-I
t oats for sick ea* rv tioa
Fort
agreed to chae the bridge location church voted to Delia cowtraettoa Myers Mayor tkea. Moore HUH Boy Scout

providing the proper chaaaal ta as lION as possible JhC-1 Troop went on their first camping

cleaned oat. i A special eaarch eoaferea will R. E Kart:. a practfetag attorney TO SKI.ECT nsi: trip of the season Friday Bight and

Notice was jdvem that the old section be held N daaday afeat for the here ia the early Its aad Saturday under the leadership of

of road Croat the railroad cross- jn.-pow; of eteetlag a BaOtiag Caamntf who has retained aroamrtj interests TAMPA.: Marts $:..fFXS) -The Assistant Scoutmaster Lloyd Summers -

tag toward Vesuss to the t ;
Bad bets retarwd by the state to!jiB Ftaaaee. Ids estesttrv late and dairy .....- state-wide contest so&s.red by Moore. Thirteen boys participated

J a *he eoaaty Cor maiatetaace. I The pastor. John A. Moore wees ''I tars to de.etc his fan time to law the Florida State JaaJor Chamber and had aa enjoyable and instructive
,
- Some welfare cases were tat ca all members and frie&ds of the i arttttoe: te Fort Myers was elected of Commerce to tied "Mfes Flor- time at Paradise Island oa

: up at the meeting; and there was church to be present for this meet: mayor *C ta* Vest Coast dry oa Ma of I!47* who wfn be entered Fisheating Creek.

o. two rte discussion of easements for the lag. Tuesday of this week in the Miss America Pageant at Atlantic The Scouts met on Monday night

Lakeport road I'{, -- Mr. Kuits polled more' than a two City. wHl be held ia St. Petersburg at the Baptist Church and incite

IJ __..._ New 3eraei was If'ttlf'di!i to ere majority over his ran-oHt oa June 54It was anB0 -. any boys who are sot Scouts to

The eatire leagth of th* 9aotitmi- i. tie Dsrtea aboat 1 MI. ills ator H8nHt. A. J. Bruner. sad winhead aeed this week by Bob Bishop.Orlando. come and Join. The troop will be

anna river and Its bra... It cleat xsrld etuleer th* rtQocmeot of a complete new slate of State president of the registered for 1947 at the meeting

: 400 miles pooch. 4 I I CQ1I.n m.n. I Jayrees. next Monday..GLADES .


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Liquid Helium Cuts CapersAt 1 '
i Mfashinotpix Gems of Thought :
Extreme TemperaturesThe :
NEWS
YOUR tongue contributes
strangest of all the unique to the day's happiness.

properties of liquid helium was discovered Bell's Varied Achievements : Speak kind words and you will -\-I Il1
recently at the Instituteof BEHNbJk invariably hear kind echoes.

Physical Problems in Moscow, If yon cannot do great things,

says Collier's. In the experiment, Revealed During Centenary' i do small things in a great way. :
two bowls of the
liquid were pre- TliErN -
Service is a yardstick by ;
with the of .
pared, contents one at which greatness is measured. 1"
a temperature within one degree
ByPAULMALlON The morality of an action dtptaJi "'f'
-
centigrade of absolute zero, the BAUKIIAGE
By,
Slit motifg from u'bicbu '. f'
point where it loses all viscosity, I Newt AnJja eel CommmHtor -Samutl apes Johnson. "
and the contents of the other <<
at a K.l at4 by Western Newspaper UI OQ.
temperature about two degree WVU Service 1618 Eye Street,N.W., their wires it was worse. Stray currents I i Some people pursue happi-
higher where it still retains some BOTH MANAGEMENT, LABOR Washington, D. C. left power wires or the rails ness. Others create it.

viscosity. WEAR TREND TO SOCIALISM WASHINGTON. Everybody has of electric railways and took a shortcut The man who makes a mis-

When the bowls were connected WASHINGTON. Unions and teen talking telephones because of back to the power house. take and doesn't correct it is x

by a glass tube, their contents began management agreed a few days .he wen-publicized Alexander Gra- (4) Wherever they found a good making another mistake.
to flow from one to the other, back the trend of this nation is lam Bell centenary.' Reading the conductor like a lead cable that was Misfortune ever claimed the ,'

both liquids using the full capacityof toward socialism rather startling xwndj of publicity, I learned more like thumbing a ride for the wandering pity of the brave.-Byron.

the tube simultaneously.MOST agreement-although no notice about Alexander Graham Bell than volts and amperes. So far sc

was paid it. Perhaps one reason ever knew before. I had read of good. But eventually they had te
this cheerless foreboding drew bare low he dreamed of making the tele- leave the cable, to find their way
public mention was that AFL's Bill ;raph instrument "talk" and how to a better conductor or Just to say Roller Skating Has Become

MOTHERS DO THIS Green did not send around a copy ind why' his dream came true. Ilidn' "so long" and struggle back to the
.f his speech to the publicists, as know about his father's deep dynamo. One of Our Leading SportsSince

be usually does. What he said was: ,tud, of phonetics and hi* own in- I (5) When they did that "electro- I
I'SabyHas Toryism is driving unions to the :.ercst In "making speech visible," lytic action" set in. The lead ir: 1935, roller skating hag de-
left: the threatened union reform .a teaching the deaf to talk, or that the cable sheath followed the current veloped into one of Am nc.'s larg-

legislation is being pressed as a le was an accomplished musician or as far as it could (like the substance est participant sports, says Col

A itrategem of the tories to destroythe natty other facets of this remark- in the bath) and left the .... lier's. Today, more than 12.000,080
Cold unions. Pointing to the rise of tbk man's remarkable history.' sheath porous. Dampness and destruction persons a week pay admissions up

the union socialist government in I already knew a little about the came in and soon your to $1 to skate in about 4,000 rinks,

England, Green asked: "Do you :elephone business from first hand telephone line was out of order. some of which. represent invest-
doubt that the same thing could aburvance. the ments of $300,000.As .
:: My Job consisted of sitting by
happen here Is it inconceivablethat most of the music is furnished
20 before hour watching the face of an ammeter -
It was Just about years
union workers might be driven by recordings which must be timed
I used telephone that Bell (which registers the directionand ,
ever a I
.r to the same course under similar to a certain number of metronome
If UITIII fib IBIU Fit nun provocation!" Clanks to hi* harmonically trained flow of electric current) and beats seven specialize
thnIIt,chest,back nile child steps tar, found on that day in 1875 that discovering where the current wal in these companies records for roller
with YapoRuia. R. to reline coughs This sparingly reported speech What he thought could be done, had escaping. Then I had to get the making

stub lIef-llrinlfnl8Ctioll cstao5y... and ne'radaf.amass tightness. was, in a sense, a challenge Mea achieved in his own laboratory' power company to do what it couldto skating.
Sang at President Wilson of to Court street, Boston from then stop leaks and the telephone com-
B estt-known home remedy General Motors. Wilson had said ta it was Just a question of re- pany did an it could to keep stray
you can use to relieve earlier In a political-economic moving "the bugs. The next year current out or to provide a safe exit Gas on Stomach

distress of children colds iscomforting uulysis, which should be read be was demonstrating Us hstru- for what got in. teswed..I.............,.,...-r bmk

while Vicks you rub VapoRub.Even It on.. by aO student of the subjectIn ant before audience with conver- In the process I learned much more .._._...__ _aasa.d..w.a.--bwrtows..aw..dr

VapoRub starts to work to full: "The attack on profits tattoos over several miles of wire.before than I earned-not much about electrical -'w tleftlle--- ,- ...._1.iNYot
ease distress..,and It keeps Is really an attempt to substitute he died at the age of 15, engineering but I had a fine N.lma,.. ba.oalelora..ir ef.*.brace tae F
on working during the night. state socialism or communism people were talking over an underwater worm's-eye view of several Middle bUrer to oa.st doubi.r.w.a&.u---moan. bark w nQn

No wonder most mothers for oar free competitive cable from United States to Western cities-bIrd's-eye views,too,
always dot and capitalistic system." Declaimed Cuba. for I worked In cable boxes up OB
this when a %.vv>.vv 111 *J tl ,
VICKS onion leftists fore- f M> IU4A4//
coldstr&es.change were I doubt if the great inventor were poles, at well as down in manholes,
lay ns toward a system Imported to return to earth today he would and also learned that it isn't only STRONG mmYOUKCSTitS
from east of the Rhine, 1 newspapermen who "meet so many
or even from England, installing interesting people." ,
the state as God and government .r' i
.. When I ponder on my electrolytic
.
'. thanks to this
"addressthe
and also when I (
: age
WHY PAY MalE?
IE Here was considerable agree- ,.' mike" Mondays through Fridays '
StoseTphPIRIN In ment as to the facts. They both say now, I am deeply and doubly
PIJ the unions are forcing us to the : : grateful to Alexander Graham Ball aPP7--
WAUl S WWT shuts ury ioetan neonmtat goat-
political and economic bankruptcyof t S's 8etVs &....
the backward nations. Green Janet Finally Gets '. rteh U MterW LAD
\ ..
excuses this by blaming it on what Official : eel. ..*-rw pr gjw..r..
he calls toryism (a word imported V t. BirthdayOn fl"1, .\r.t boa'a. soaad

from England). Furthermore, both :'". ", day recently I received a telephone to.oU.B.toe If hU diH
seem agreed neither wants to go .,. It. call from my mend Capt. 2. where we are being pushed. Lt John Long, tJSNR, who is assistant AH Arvsiati.SCOTT'S .

.. ,-' .. j' curator of the United States naval
USED AS THREAT EMULSION
I detected
museum at Annapolis.
Behind this, of course, is Green's j
; exultation In his voice and lure -
desire to threaten managementwith : enough when I Joined him at the
socialism so it win, ease downIn : ... that "Eureka-
..: club he was wearing
current dominant demands for JII. ... .t. I-have-found-it" expression which
union reform. Similarly, manage- : '
blooms only on the face of a Ben MOROL1NESORETONE
ment wants to threaten socialism to :,.4 ;,.._ .'.""" discovering the telephone, a Lord 08AUTT
scare labor into a cooperativepeace Ptl'STSTROtFUae IIltY
Howard Carter
Carnarvon (and-or)
Alexander Graham BeD owvi
for production. But if they A study of
are talking in this way for propa- In later life shows how he spent exclaiming as he leans over the
CALOX "King Tut I -
: presume
hundred "man-hoars" of his mummy-case
telling
both also
to ganda purposes, are many "
? -or possibly you or I whenwe
the truth. time tabulator statistics concerning -

for the ionic eJIect What neither Green nor Wilson the deaf. At one time be produced I end finally of our get vanished a firm pajama hold on cord.the
reported was that socialism has a "Memoir Upon the Forma-I
on your smile decayed and been corrupted by tion of a Deaf Variety of the Human I What happened to Long was com-
parable. He had recorded the confirmation -
Cola vorlct tiff trartl communism throughout the world Race.
Efficient In the past few months. The trend by his chief, Capt. H. A.
1 Helps remove 61.....bring oat of socialism, I would say, is toward be greatly surprised at the strides Baldridge, chief curator, of the long-
all the natural lustre of It
I
smile. foot communism, or a more accurate In telephony which have been made | suspected but never-proved date of i

2 A special ingredient In 10xCIK'OUR5CI way to put it is that the Com- since his death, great as they have : birth of John Paul Jones, father of
rifuicr massage... munists are using the Socialists for been. He may not have considered, I I the navy. And it was fortunate he
which. bat a tonic effect on gums their own revolutionary advantage.This however, one of the temporary prob- had, for the post office departmentwas r
and
make them firm
.helps ;
rosy.Tone op your smile...with was not true earlier in the lems (electrolysis) which created demanding it for the next
Ca1ox1I : postwar era. The Socialists knew many a headache for the telephone memorial stamp.
.M w faw.'s 1Nrbra.. l"" ..ws. I, and hated the Communists better companies and which helped Indirectly Baldridge already had a letter of SORETONE LINIMENTfor .' f..
Ill fay d 1k.rw.r..ak4 i..b.wMQRN1HELq' > than did we who. are living in a to provide the writer of this Jones' containing this sentence: crick relief on contact! ;!
democracy. Since then the Social- column (who was to be a future extensive "America has been the country of

i ists have become mere dupes for user of telephone facilities) my fond election from the age of When march are miserable, rifles
the Communists in France, and other with a part of his education.To 13." Since it was known he sailed unit KM Cashes the pain. To reUer

continental countries.In explain the above remark: from Whitehaven England, in 1760 It use the liniment especially made 19

Britain, union socialism has (1) 150,000 miles of program transmission that would make the birth date (176C soothe ache due to fatigue,expMore.
>: taken the bankruptcy of that nation circuits now are provided by minus 13) 1747. luscious Liniment has special nUlfint

I into a union receivership which the Bell system for use of radio But the birth date was not actually ingredients that act like gJowiag

i f/lt 'Z | cannot even produce enough goodsto networks., (It's "wireless" to your recorded in any authentic writing, warmth from a heating pod, attracting
0 sustain itself. Everyone knows home from your radio station, but not even the early Jones biographyby fresh blood to superficial pain area

WITH LITTLE GEMS OF CO fSai I about the coal shortage situation, it's "wired" between stations.) Charles Sands. ,However, there Nothing else U "just like Soretone."
; but few realize the same condition (2) The writer has been using a came into temporary possession of Quick, satisfying relief assured or pike
So little but-OM MY!What dif.
a other British and
applies to goods
fereoce MILES LITTLE PILLS can I lot of these circuits five days a week Captain Baldridge a copy of that refunded SOS Hospital sue $140.Try : .
make when an occasionallasatlvet I services. Coal is the biggest natural for most of the last 14 years. work' upon whose margins Janette Soretooe for Athlete's foot.KfflsaB
What a Joy to eel product of Britain, used for exportto Taylor had written some caustic 5 types of common fungitmt.tl
regular again, without the harsh I acquire import food. Lately Britain (3) He worked two college vaca- comment. Miss Taylor was a nieceof
sudden "blasting" sometimes has not been able to produce tions as "electrolysis inspector" for
mined by powerful purgatiTe.So Jones who had been a close and
try the Uxatir that works with enough coal to keep itself warm. the telephone company.To meticulous student of her uncle's life \' t I
you not through you. Made by Union Socialism in Britain has explain further: and many of his papers which she J//

Sold the folk by who your make family Alka-Seltzer.druggist. i, paid the people's money for indus- (1) You know how electroplatingIs possessed.One far w

CAUTION-Not to be used when tries, piling more debt atop the war done The object-say it's a spoonto of her holographic statementsre Tb.Saf Pt',..UseSag
abdominal pain or other aymp- I, debt, and as it naturally must grant be plated is suspended in a the picture of Jones in the frontis-
coma of ToW appendicitis trotted are present. concessions to the unions in wages, "bath" containing the material with piece was this: _- sass a.teo!

UflM Ubaratork only M ran Elkhart.list i hours and working conditions, it which the spoon is to be plated. An ". it is even too old, making

1"1IJ \ cannot operate to produce enough.L"CE"YIYE electric current is passed through every allowance for his mode of life,
the substance in the batfi into the for a Just representation of his appearance s
LACKING
lt S LITHE Pi us ipoon. The substance follows the at the time of his death, he
This is natural because a shorter union current as far as it can which is was then only 45 years and 12 days." *>k************
added ,
miner, given pay the surface of the spoon. Anyhow (His death, 1792, is of record.)
hours and less work, can hardly be
It moves. I That tied it. :
No wonder the
to break his back in an cap. rota
expected (2) You've seen the lead-sheathed talus tossed their scrambled eggs in 1ct f,
endeavor to keep the na-
idealistic cables containing telephone wires, the air like graduating midshipmen.John ot lG
'ydSTla Furthermore, in the
tion warm. Socialist being pushed through the manhole Paul has an official birthday
of the Union party
stets HIU its run if midst Into conduits that lie under the only two centuries late-and his faceon
RHEUMATISMNCURfTlsVLUMBACO there has arisen a secret bloc favor- pavement. The sheath on the cable a stamp for a present.
able to the Moscow foreign policy, protects the insulated wires that e e
or at least anti-American. Anyone
carry the current which rings your In an attempt to end haD
clear mm
with half an eye can see
bell and carries
phone voice.
where England is going, down, your griping, the army aims to make
down down. Churchill cnce said (3) But other electric currents get kitchen police a respected aDd respectable ( ZOG
r socialism would have to become a loose and run an over the place. army chore. We'll haveto <
1 er dictatorship like Moscow to force You'd be surprised but almost every wait on the critical Judgment 3 Qtofij
foot of earth or anything that will of the
the union men to work, a campaign long-suffering mete lines be- O
conduct an electric current in a city fore we really know but
or.d'tC-ss sus Nr remark for which he received the ; meanwhile
ssntfc m ini u tourau counterpart of a tomato in the face. has some electricity Cowing throughit. we'll offer a toast of ,-.\"dered I S CGSI
a ua M ram s n Mt e.nM d t* I IttUsa Wilson now says the same thing When the power companies were K-ration lemonade to General Dee I
tm M.i*.iiHiaaau nun* careless about preventing leaks in and his staff-Just for
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The male half of a new dance
About the time you learn 'smiYork TES14 team was pleading with a pro-
how to make the most out of ducer."You.
life most of it is 6
cone UOOR R never saw anything so sen-

He who never does anythingnever sational," the dancer raved. "At

makes a mistake. ii W_ the finish of our act I take my part-
fir WASHINGTON ner by the hair and whirl her
Living wouldn't cost much round for exactly twenty spits.

g' more than it used to-if we r\tUf Heartbeat: 81 Walter SherdwNu Then I wind up the whole thing by
lived as people used to. Man About Town: Mrs. FDR no* OTHER SIDE OF TJNRRA heaving her through an open win-

> Some women believe they regrets having signed a five year WASHINGTON.; AH the angry Celreepoedea/ do... You should see it. It bmgs

can lie about their age weightand contract for her col'm. Music shouting and politicking which surrounded down the house!"
hubby's salary and still lovers can find the three Bs in the UNRRA during the last two WAD WaiAiaftra Burtta.Llllenthal The producer paled.
Manhattan phone tome. Bach, years have given taxpayers the gen- fed ar.St.x. W.
truthful.To .
be Heave her window
through an open
Beethoven and Brahms. HoweverBach eral impression that this global
"
the old saying, "Be sure sells chemicals, Beethoven u agency was just tossing money down Eipounds ? he repeated minimal ).

you're right, then go ahead," a lawyer and Brahms is in adver the drain. That, however, was not to Senators "Do you" do that at every perfora-

might wen be added: "And tising. One of Oklahoma's back. the case. Here are some littleknownfacts Democracy alice?
when you know you're wrong, ers is Columbia Pictures, down for about UNRRA's remarkable The young man shrugged.""Well

be sure to quit." U ,OOO. The firm to date has.netted accomplishments.UNRRA AGAINST the background of a nearly every performance, he ad"
mitted. "Once in a while I mis
a million dollars from that small supplied enough grain to committee room and

wager. .The Mrs. Fay Eblert make 11,500,000 loaves of bread for amid an atmosphere of spine-ting-
(who is suing MGU for 230 Gs for Europe, prevented Europe from be- ling dramatic tension and pin drop
JOBS-How and alleged misappropriation of the coming a disease-ravaged epidemic- silence, the smug complacency cf CLASSIFIED

Where to Get Them title, "Undercurrent") is the wife plagued continent, rebuilt health departments this capital city has been Jarred

af the Chilean consul in Chicago an over Europe, supplied into acclaim for a son of immigrant DEPARTMENT

In the first paragraph on page them with DDT penicillin and sul parents who gave the senior member
13 of "The Man Who Was Nol pha drugs. It inoculated hundreds of the United States senate a

\\ $ There" by Ethel Lina White (published of thousands against typhus and lecture hi fundamental Democratic --- BUILDING- MATERIALS- --
{ a GUIDE about 1943) it says: "If Rich- typhoid thus preventing the type of precepts. It was a lesson which READY FOR IIEU\"ERY-F1J" and Ph *

TO ard isn't there to open the door. ." epidemic that ravaged Europe aft- every person, every official and bureaucrat Lumber LVMEER Surfaced or CO.rough. MM Contact WaS) Street.Rtmt. B4KDIFR .
Could that have inspired the "greai er World War I. in every unit of the gov- Or*. P..... m-W
f: Inspiration" and can you suggest Last year UNRRA fed at least one ernment down to the township and ------ ---

JOBS something to do to :Miss White meal a day to five million children. school districts in every communityof BUSINESS & INVEST._ _OPPOR.
helped reclaim 10 million acres cf the land should take to heart. -Tkere are big operating i poav
flood land for planting this year. It corn machine. /at"and special pr.rws
Beginning of the End Dep't: One The sea of Immigrant parentage ao machines, oapearu. seas.dnt isaa.,
took of million displaced .
care one boxes.maci..P.pe.raC..JCaab Tu.
ef the owners of "21" is taking sing was David 1:. Lilienthal former
them food and -------- -
provided
persons
ing lessens! :Mary Kirk's new of thousands head of TVA and now chairman:
hundreds
Floridaddy can handle his dukes, shelter of them saw safely homi. of the highly vital and Important HOME FURNISHINGS_L APPLI.

so don't be a dope, you dope. atomic energy commission. The Kharpea Seiners-Quickly eaalti, ;
break Despite its errors on the political senator was Kenneth D. MeKeDar, fectb with the new designed nkiathrk ..
Pals say the reason visitors sharpener Vic ptpaid Reeve DtstrilCe & .c
Look to the Future and weep is that The Babe is doW side, UNRRA did two things. The of Tennessee who is serving his ISMS.FiII..n._Dearer.Cele. De.t.le.

to 90 pounds. One of the Power agency made nations work together SOth consecutive year as a memberof
WHAT kind of future is in store models seeking a divorce is 1: In harmony, made the postwar worlda the United States senate. _INSTRUCTIONBOVEXADE
better world for millions who otherwise -
you? One paved with security years old and the mother of a year During the 9th Congress he was rat alDtw idM. a' .
and happiness in the work old baby. Barney Ross, the might have perished.- It is president of that body and acting sale TOUT eOlclent.own traM One Satislactiaii al gti.itaa M tobuiM
you are doing, or a lifetime of dissatisfaction champ, settling a fist-fight betweentwo only fair to remember this side oi vice president of the United States. teed. ROBERT ROaBI\S. Pau.... Ia tL

kid bootblacks on 52nd street the picture. I He is vindictive, petulant tyrannical -- -

Much later dtuDDOintraent can be The 20-year-old ditty that made and grudge-bearing. Like some POULTRY, CHICKS & EQUIP. _
and voided women by speaJtlo in different beforehand fields to Weigh men them famous ("U I Didn't Care") GOVERNMENT JOBS others in congress he often has used Qt'tITT heavy breed Bat Chucks Red.
carefully the bad and rood feature of has to be played by Billy Kenny'sInk Memo to government workersDon't : his official: position to browbeat and B-i-red Rocks Whit Rocks. Broad Bt.a.!.
each lob before ,. H Bronze Poultr Lor.II UUnd White PekinTuck1ings.
cbooszn. Spots to hush the persistent get too excited about those smear nominees and witnesses before All from Pullorum Controlled
You'd ii statements by Representatives John flock. 100% live delivery guaranteed.Gv.
Our Weekly Newsoaoer Service booklet applaudience. swoon senate committees in a manner second and third choice of chicks. slip
to Illation.packed Stand with 25 helpful cents (fob-Ketttnc coin for "GuideS. infer. you knew the various male screen Taber and Harold Knutson that the foreign to any democracy and meets Tuesday Wednesdays. FrtdAis.
Job How and Where Get Them"to Idols congressional budget committee, of Priced at Sll per 100 for one week odr.
: to who wear special-made gir more akin to totalitarian dictator Electric Ltrto ShaUow Well Water Pampas
Weekly. Nemnaper Service :241 W. lets
dIes which they are members, favors immediate 75 eompet..150! bushels reciearwd Abrmizt -
St.. New York II. N. Y. Print name address to fight their personal battlesof ship.
booklet tiUe and No. 20L the bulge. Iz Erir.soa reduction of governmentpersor.nel Us.Rye Jo..$2.40.. let bo.Pemssark.COLLINS g*..ta COMPANY.C.r.ltma.
Senator McKeflar has been bit.
(mended after an operation) reports by one million workers. a
ter political foe of Lfiienthal be-
that Sinatra is trying to geta Inside fact is that most membersof SEEDS, PLANTS, ETC.
cause he could not control him nor
Last permit to carry two gats. On the committee, excluding Con- ..
Relief At make political football out of ICRICCA Lf. 130 00 hundred.Koh
run tilts him I gressmen Taber and Knutson, are a Lespedeza tii hundred.Ho noxious weeds.
TVA. He sought to prevent senate OWENS IEED roe *15.a. s. C.
apprehensive that a too-sudden slashin
approval of his chairmanship of the
Grace Moore was one of the the personnel question will be referred atomic commission by hurl
ForYourCough few stars who believed In for further study to the sen- ing innuendos energy as to his character **** ********
helping other talented people ate and house appropriations com-
Creomiaslan regeves promptly becs.nse his competence, his parentage,
It goes right to the seat of the scale the heights. Her boosts mittees. without avail Finally he began 3D' ,2 wtJ.uhJ! R&r.j.Us. .
i trouble: to help loosen and expel aided many unknown singers When a decision finally is made, heckling him as to whether or not
I term laden pnfrcm, and aid nature .But when one of her success the reduction in government personnel he Communist and believedin
I to soothe and heal rav. tender. Inflamed lid protegees 'allowed fame to will be much closer to 500,000 communist was a principles. dtz BDlIl ..
bronchial mucous mem-
turn her head and complainedabout than one million.
tnDes.TeD to
druggist
your sea you
\ ft bottle of Cnomalsion with the UD7OIImm1Jketbeft1 -. the size of her part in a e 'Integrity IndivulaaF **************
Ii demanding tt Miss Moore reminded
show BEATS TRUMAN AT FARMING
Then the drama unfolded and in
quickly allays the coogb: or you an
her "A famous told
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. : singer once La Verne Hall of Westby. Wis., a voice, low but distinct and electric
me that to a great artist thereis champion 4-H farmer of America with fervor Lilienthal said: ClWI, WHITt Q.

no such thing as a small who has made $53,000 at the age "Senator convictions not C8EST HB KUEVESCOLDS'
for CouPs,Qat Colds,Bronchitis part. And to a small "artist- of 20, called to shake hands with so much concerned, my with what are I am

-- there are no big parts. President Truman who never was against as what I am for. I be- MISERIES

able to make a go of farming m lieve, and I so conceive the Consti-
Coincidence In 1942 General Missouri Many modern moths an chuc-
:
a tution cf the United States to rest iac from old-faahioud remedies
to
I MacArthur presented the Silver ;: GOP Congressman William Ste upon as does religion, the funda- ci *n.whit,Btai&atavPEHETROSRUB.medicated-
Star to a civilian for the first time. : venson, who escorted his young con- mental proposition of the integrityof

He was AP correspondent Verr stituent, told the President how Hall the individual; and that an gov
Haugland, who made his way tc was chosen "national achievement ernment and an private Institutionsmust

safety after being lost 42 days ir winner" among junior farmers at be designed to promote and

Jap territory. .A year later HaUl the International Livestock exposi- to protect and to defend the in-
j land was shifted to the Central Pa tion in Chicago. One of the prizes tegrity and the dignity of the

; F rlirmergr when others cific. where he covered Admin -as a silverware set from the White individual; that is the essential e .

t Mitscher's Task Force 58..Rr Touse. meaning of the Constitution and the

I slip ask for SOLES turned to the U.S. he married ar 'Td like to meet more of your Bill of Rights as it U essentiallythe i1p.Grrs.

(after the war) joined the AP sta pe," said Mr. Trnmac. perhaps meaning of religion."Any JUST A *LW '

i as well as at Washington. The Haagiand membenng bow his own farm was form of government, therefore DASH IN rtATHnSOR '0"

t Heels by baby girl was born January 2* rid for its mortgage. "You young and any other Institutions SPREAD ON ROOSTS
The birthdays of MacArttar ar mericass are doing great things which make men means rather

I i O'SulltvaaPromptly Mitscher! r the country. It most feel pretty than ends, which exalt the state or

I '. ood to be a successful farmer ate any ether institutions above the importance -
I !Manhattan Morals: The little ol > age of 20. When did you get of men which places arbi- co&oSUFFERERS

Ij dy who hangs around stagedoor tatted?" trary power over men as a fundamental -

-i iu u a:-d .cusses like a trooper. TMscar His visitor replied that he starter tenet cf government, are
i E i .:y clad chorine plodding at the age of 11 with one pureblooded contrary to that conception, and
CCentral: park slush in open calf aDd two Poland China hogs therefore I am deeply opposed to !
i toes S' e leads a durg whose P WJ.re He did not mention that his farrr them.

..: c vered w.tlqE.'ciaUy madE holdings are now worth $53,000.
Communist 666 STARTS fttUEF IN
j J .. vers. T-: .. 59th street busest' : "The philosophy aswell
_t i.nrest: t:?**o cmore than the as the communist form of government QU5T6 SECONDS

tr ; ,-s did. That blimp whicho QUEER VISITORSThe fall within this category .
for their fundamental is .w fawn., w'umV s. seIli
: "eo'er ::vwn Ma"-sttars late FDR once told a visitor tenet quiteto M sw.eas.b nt f
: '- .:Iumi": '(' -j first a la Tjnes he was considering sending an am the contrary. The fundamental trw all etw.L.. TrT ew ag \
b- 2 elec'rv The spellbind bassador from the American people tenet of Communism is that the rasa t a1 ewiee.e.now

or .n C>lumKu C -. !e, who demon- to the state department, since thai; state is an end in itself, and there t t Cam.u e.meat w4
str* the att'omb: by drop department sometimes seemed stout fore the powers which the state
: w (He of tune with the rest of the USA exercises over the individual are
P'L'.ag c: -er ought UM
Relieves Coughs From Unfortunately, that condition hasn'i without any ethical standards to =-
'
it r n soap or. ;.1* neck). Tit
changed. limit them. That I deeply dis WNU-14 10-47
: > > aid! wcr: who peddles gone
ACHINGCHEST _, k charms or 14th street to "tcke While thousands of Hitler's victims believe. .

r- ;- dough for a eight's lodging still sweat it oct in displaced per. "It is very easy to talk about being Your
-t :-e Bowery. aens camp unable to get visas, thE against Communism. It is equally Watch
COLDS state department has been throwingthe important to believe those things '
KidneysDOANS /
doors open to various interesting which provide a satisfying and affirmative
Meip &..tip s..rwe CeqIStiM Heroine: This, we believe Is .
:.he very first mention of her great visitors. These include Austria's former alternative. Democracy is Belp Then Onnu u., End
RUB ON est role. It didn't come to the premier, Kurt Schuschaigg that satisfying affirmative alternative. DlllanDlai lady ,,".. .. i
Pastor Niemoeller-who reiterates Its hope in the world is thatit Tar knd..ye.z..r.aOT 8t.bSkibst.
either. .
cc.:; m from her It camE .. ...
from an admirer in gov't service, his belief m a powerful Germany is an affirmative belief, rather ._ma..I.g ....._-___
aDd now. one of the key Fascist operatives than being simply a belief against ... ad m lima.e m.ae.e-4.s w Re.
who thinks it is about time future .. r pvta. S&. tt -... ..,
Near East Ahmed -
of the
r 1 GIRLS! WOMEN rustorians knew about it. TWi something else and nothing more. ..-. .. .... ....
Hussein. .... =.
brave American woman started the .Amon: the things we must .
try this if you're.if first underground activity against Hussein arrived ostensibly as t practice is that while we seek fervently ayv w..ap.r: 'O.ri=

Mussolini1 le the world'scapitals correspondent for Cairo newspapers to ferret out the subversive cc.n --. tiers. [ .1 s nrh.g f
NERVOUSDe were receiving Mussolini'i but he is still head cf the pro- and antidemocratic forces in the -:oe'd'= !

ambassadors (like social boos) this Fascist "Young Egypt" party, and country, we do not at the same ...----- ..... w4Then. .
MTT Of Mostk- American gal was urging the common an intimate of the infamous "Mufti" time, by hysteria by resort to innuendo ...he=e.ar.rr.Je.

Do female functions moai&lT. dlrb- people cf Italy to fight like of Palestine, whom Hitler chose a* and smears, and other unfortunate medb.rd.ofe05.tpee w e tk.t au e.. Ueb gew..tawa
sees mat rea feel) ('\ a*...-nuKs. for liberty. Rickety planes his fuehrer of the Middle East. Since tactics besmirch the very D...'. ? l.D. Lee -
so weak tad Und c'aT u> :: -.-" -** tigers a..trier .. f... -
Then do try LyCl S. Pl&Xhau.* t.e- taping over the Alps at night) showered reaching these shores, Hussein has cause that we believe in, and causea 'nq Iai.r ........ er.ewr..
J table Compound to re test s".s .'.r.p. pamphlets on Italian cities. cast off his role of newsman and separation among our people. Are :Adhtlr+re.,.....fyi.eaaej .
toms Its "moid roe thB' T&kec :,110 has with the de'partment .... Ian Lr.........1J
justice
larlr Plnttaa's Compound te.'pa And tie lone American darling, whc registered cause one group and one individual
'
build up resistance Sfslast aucb din defied the Duce (at the height oi as a foreign agent representing to hate another based upon mere
t.4JaO a great suanacJae tame "Young Egypt. He hat unsubstantiated PILLSJ
his power). is our magnificent attacks mere attacks -
UIIA f.fllliRAIn n neWA l actress. Ruts Draper. been selling his special brand of pro- anon their loyaltr.
Fascist anti-British venom-

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GLADES COUNTY file by January 15. It wasn't. 'ny ers this is a normal and natural\ : s;s."cr MEETS AT / I II. E. Scott Mrs;;."!;- Robinson,

DEMOCRAT i easier to pay then, not by' a Jugful, situation. f\\( )( OF MR. GORMAN E. P. Ewing, Mrs. C. W.

but it did give an opportunity to The balance of the members rep- Rettig Miss Emily. Couse and Mrs.

MOORE B.&.VD. FLORIDA sit back and enjoy the tax pains of resent varied occupations, four are The Women's Society of Christian I Belle McElheney..f'

Entered I others who have waited until the in the livestock business, four lay Service met at the home of Mrs. -

as aecoDd-clu. matter. May deadline arrived. I claim to the title Realtors, four are D. C. Gorman on Wednesday night. PREACHING SERVICES
1127 I
at the Poatofflc at Moore
Raren. Florida under the Act of i contractors. Three give their vocation The business meeting was in BIG BEAR BEACH CHAPEL

Congress of March J. 1S97. Still more about that band and' as automobile dealers, three I charge of the president, Mrs. D. C.

their uniforms. A young businessman I' as editors, two are druggists, two i Mitchell. Plans were made for a There will be preaching service: at

.....11....4 EtTy: Frl.a,. By of Fort Myers, here recently are citrus growers while one minister series of church dinners, and other I Big Bear Beach Cbapei, Lakeport

TUB GLADES raiVTIXG co. 1_. aid he was standing near the one saw-mill operator, one business matters discussed. this Sunday, March t, at 8:94 p. ...
CARR SETTLE. .....Il..u Judge's stand at the. .Edison parade I dairyman, one accountant, one turpentine -'I Miss Emily Cone was in chargeof This will be Mr. Haacoek-a: final

---- I while they were attempting to' operator and one fishermanare i I'' the program which dealt with SuBday eveming service at tM
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S.... rlptl.. [lams I name the winning band in the pa-I'I'I listed. I children in the chureh.i I cbapel.

__ __ rade. He heard Moore Haven'sband Surprising is the fact that oat of
OB* lear _____ E2 50 1 Mrs. Gorman served delicious
Six M.. _____ al.:$ mentioned several times for the 134 members only 66 or less I strawberry shortcake with whipped FOR SALE-3-pieee bedroom suite
first place because of the originality than half, profess to be church: following I
cream aDd coffee to the practically new. See Mrs. A. W.
the uniforms but lost
of they
members. Sixty-eight claim no: members and visitors: Mrs. H. D. Whiddea. F 28 2tp.'DRAGLINE .
out for no other reason than their
church affiliation. These tbe
[ Freeman, Mrs. D. C. Mitchell Mrs I
posture while marching. Get those Tampa Tribune opines will be term-I W S. Bozeman. Mrs. Harry Foster !' ANDHUTKCRANK

QuJEANDE' NGS shoulders bach, kids! ed "heathen." At Mast they are I :Mrs Gladys Stalls. Mrs. J. W Ad-I j work wanted by day or contract.

i'I holiest and make ao effort to wrap i kins. Mrs C. H. Settle Mrs. Julia ,' Philip Gra>'. 1831 X. Palmway,

By. Carr Settle I I We're scheduled to have a special the cloak of retighw about themselves Rnrdette. Mrs. Carolyn Bales, Mrs. I[ Lake Worth. Fla. Jan 3-10tp.

II I prteary election next Tuesday, and that to my mind is n ____

I think, if anyone was ever able to commendable. I I .. .
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to 'II "'""- "" .
It's a little thing I suppose
I. make up their minds when it was While the Baptista usually have

fans about bat it sorta gets my goat I to,take place. If it is held then it the edge it is not so with this legislature -

that the State Road Department wfll have to be a hurry-up affair for among the 66 who HOM0GFNIZEDVITAMIN

when they erected the markers at for DO ballots have yet been printed claim to be church members the
and I haven't evea found oat Methodists claim a total of 25
aH of the highway intersections. who all'of the candidates are. The'' against tbe runner-up Baptists who ,'D' MILKAnd

fatted ia every instance In this area [ election is to name a successor for I have only 19. Others represent a

so far as 1 nave seen able to find Wilbur C. King for State Senator scattering of denominations.

out, to put Moore Haven on anyl I from the 37th district. Two candidates White these statistics are interest- Other Alias Products
of them. I know there to none have announced here Jeff
ing, they don't really tell us much I
the LaMooreton Club intersection Flake of Wauckmla and Francis
about these men. The fact that a'' AVAILABLE AT YOUR
and none at the Lake Annie Intersection Roberts of Avon Park, but I hear
man has been to college, has seenservice
two of tbe mo t important that three or four Seferisgites are I
in the
Army or Navy, belongs GROCERY AND
places to show that we are on the in the race and maybe a couple of
to church
a and during his life
If to beheaded others from other counties in the
highway. someone were
has engaged in this or tbat business.doesn't DRUG STORELFA
for Moore Haven without district.
necessarily indicate his
a road map he'd have a heck of a
qualifications as a law-maker
time finding it unleee he stopped
I ....... <. .. It will probably develop that
and asked directions and I don'tthink k'--< : ; -< :-:--
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among the members who claim none
it's a nice way to treat a town
of these advantages, number will
that may still lack a lot of beinga a
metropolis but is a county seat Too Late To Classify be found who will prove themselves

town. splendid legislators because of their c R EAM emr
11v RUSSEM. KAY honesty, courage and good Judgment.I
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At best the job of a legislator fs''
I still can't-figure out, either.
i O"X -<..;. "C.----:.;. .C.-- I most trying for those who sincerely Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
why there has been no more to put ,
its and
accept responsibilities
north-south bus through Moore
on a
With another legislative sessionin tackle the work seriously. It requireS West Palm Beach, Fla. ;
Haven and up the ridge. I mentioned I.
this a few weeks gao in this the offing, any information that a keen mind and an under-

column and my gripe struck a response gives us some idea of the kind omen standing heart to analyze each
problem, withstand the pressure and
chord with several readers. who will serve us In the House "
arrive at an intelligent decision.
Such a bus line will eventually come and Senate is of genuine interest. I
and I can see little reason for de Secretary of State Bob Gray has The coming session promises to -
be plenty tough for law-makers
laying. The tourists are finding this I been studying tbe list of membersand
route in ever-increasing numbers; in a press release this week I will find themselves besieged with I

never has there been such tourist gives us some interesting facts demands' for increased appropriation -

travel as we have seen in the past I about the backgrounds, personalities, on the one hand and oppositionon
Coleman &
the part of business, industry and
few weeks. For a complete routingthe vocations and religious affiliationsof FryGENERAL
the public to more taxes.
road is as good as any and bet- the 134 men who will occupy .
ter than most so wby don't the bus legislative seats at the coming session It will not be easy to look ahead

lines get busy! Ed Brannen, at the I for tbe next two years and determine -

, tick; station here, said be counted how much money a state de-
* While Secretary Gray doesn't tel CONTRACTORS:
states from partment or bureau should have
cars from 32 one day,
us how far they would reach If laid '
33 another and 38 another last to operate efficiently. Indicationsare
end to end he does reveal that of
week crossing our highway bridge that some of the present sourcesof
the 134 only 55 are native born
and this did not Include cars from Floridians. ] revenue will level off within the

,. Canada. The entire route will be next 24 months as the wild spending Commercial and Residential ConstructionWILL
He further reveals that 81 have
finished to Haines City before we and gambling slacks up and
are really aware'of it and its strange had the benefit of college* training, folks begin to get their feet backon
that the bus lines don't take ad- that 39 have experienced military the ground. BE GLAD TO FUKMSII PLANS AND ESTIMATESON
service 19 in World War I and 20
vantage of tbe opportunity. There will probably be some good ANY JOB
in World War II.
laws passed at the coming session
The average age for members of
Remember what next Saturday is? and by the same token there will
the House is 45 and for membersof
In the event you might hare for- the Senate it is 48. I be some bad and foolish ones. All Phone 188 Clewiston
we can do is wait and see what ,
gotten it's the day when Uncle Turning to vocations, his study
i II happens. As it looks from here ,
Sam says you must get rid of his ; of the record shows that as usual, the
men who serve us in the 1947 :
share of your earnings for last year. lawyers are far In the lead with 76 legislature! appear to be a good average

For the first time in years I am I or more than half, giving their occupation I group that can be dependedupon
I:
able to chuckle sleeve for as "Attorney-at-Law. ."f
up my : to do an average legislativejob. I I:
the setup I followed forced me to Since they play the roll of law-mat- .
They are entitled to confidence ::-r
u________________________ our
and our support.


Florida law requires the Florida !

JOHN H. 1\lALOXIIIJ ACCOIMTOTIIY. Board of massage to make the namesof I fLAMINfiO

Federal Tax Consultant > PtBLIC the masseurs and masseuses of
the state available to any dtlzt'n.1 j

INCOME TAX according to Attorney General Wat- -
SOCIAL "SKCIRITI l'\G- -"T1'\TKll DfXLAUATlOV son. He answered an inquiry on the i ,
A\l> OTHER FEDERAL T\KS
subject from George Warney. sec-1 j

February 24th to March 15th, 1947 retary-treasurer of the board.
I DAIRY fEED

No. I East. Center St., Off Circle, PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS J
JI
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OFFICE M). 1 EAST l'IHeU-PIIOX..: 60-\V JI I Roughage and Concentrated Feeds

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Ten Years-Florida Territory I Mark R. Tennant I'I'u Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR


..... J SALE IX THIS AREA AT DEtlTTDRAlIXa PLANT IX

Jl .... Real Estate Broker MOORE HAVEN


T From where I sit..by Joe Marsh GLADES COUNTY LANDS WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)

607 Congress Rldg. )Miami Fla MOORE IIAVEJf FLORIDA



Bert Solves '

-...,,

; the Labor Problem .

DAVE I1 TOCKMAVS

MACHINERY A SILKS; and
Too hear a lot about capital and U anybody has a beef-whether KKPAIIC ij SERVICK Get the Habit of Shopping a*

labor nowadays,as if the two could it's about wages or hours or equip
together. But look at Phone 113elf''''.ton, Ma.
never get ment-they talk it over at those

Bert Chflders-who baa 320 acres friendly evening tom The

of producing land,air-sUed herd I don't say all labor problems A COMPLETE and MODERN In

of cattle,and two farm hands working -
Bert's. But from
are as simple M.\C1liNE MIOPWelding "Family I
FortMyers
for him- where I sit,the basic principle applies -

If yon called Bert"capitalist" to any farm or factory or fluting, Lathe Word Dept.
he wouldn't know what you business:A principle of confidence ,

meant and neither would Spike and mutual respect of daily talks Milling, Grinding Store" ) Fla.

i i and Sandy, the hired men. Bert together in a friendly and congenial -

i i''works tide by side with both of afcaospaere. Repair ServiceOn

them; and in the evenings they sit

around the fire together-sharing Magnetos, Starters Generators
J "l fa / Easy Terms
: \A.t.t on Purchases $10 More
friendly glass of bear vr twoS C71,14 ( Hydraulics, Carburetor and or

1 Electric Motors BUY FROM OUR C.\T.\LQG-h-fT 10OOOO Items

Wom,1a.1917.Vtittl States Brnttrt"wuvfatio* I '- .







k



r- .FRIDAY, MARCH_7, 1WT GLADES COOTY DEMOCRAT PAGEFIVB

.
" " " '' 0+. '' >:I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Htffln left SURPRISE P\RTT FOR the following: Mr. and Mrs. Stan

Wednesday morning for Chicago FRED COT>ER OV FR1D4Y ley Wayman Tommy Wayman, Mr.
after spending the past two weeks
and Mrs. Jacob Heflin and family..
with his brother, Jaeah Heffin. and A group of friends surprised Fred Mr. and Mrs. J. J{ Van Cleave Mr
f I PERSONAL and SOCIETY I family Corner with a birthday party at the I and Mrs. C. C. Hanna of Fort
Coiner home at Ortona Friday Myers. Mrs. A. L. Taylor Miss Inn
Mrs. Booth WIOteoM left night. The affair was arranged by I MagiH Mr. and Mrs Maury Bush.
". ; t- t day for her bane in Tlt1lT&-1 Mr. and Mrs. J H. Van Cleave and Mrs. Maltey of LaBelle )lr. and
''i N ceo' . .. after spending the put two
; 0 a e 'I..IIJ '.JJ,, "' "-A.- "--"- The Mrs. P. W.
'a' - guests enjoyed visiting together RogeaeaiaB and Mike
;:, ][r. and ..... T. F. Sheridan ..ere'i'w Faye Toder aid Ire**I I O here E.with Misetie her pareata Mra.. Mr MtseUe and Mrs.and' and playing games. Debcioec -: Harvey of Holland Mica.; Mr. Pet-

, )' te Fan Myers Friday Seett. who are atladtag Stetaoa.Uairerafty kitty Robinson took: her to West pumpkin pie with whipped I tug of Kansas City, Mo. and the
cream and coffee were served to Covner family
---- I apeat tae week-end at I Pate Beach
.i IlL aad .... Fred Jeakiaa were their hoaMa hero
fa Oanwhnhut Satarday aftensoea -- Mr and Mn W E. Steoa left I
I Dr. and Mn. T. W Weeks and Tuesday by plus jot Miami for I
- F. B. Laady and W. L. Ttfilsmr I Marion Aaa of Feat Myna spat their home in Albany, lad, after j See and Buy The
. ;" were te Mhaa&i Monday Cal btasiassaA I Saaday with Mr and Mra. T. W a visit of two week here with her j
k : Week ...... Mn H C. Keenan aDd MrKeeaaa. ,
-. sad _: :K. Llily were ..I I Mr and Mn Keeaaa and

:.,*' Part : Mr. anal Mn E D Tader had as VirgtaU accompanied them to Mi Willys Jeep
|T 11&j j
:;.... I their WBehaad caesu Mrs. Aaaa aai
Aral +Bodcos at Saflwaai was aviator i. Anise .1"&. B C. Lake aU Cbarlea

-- btaabtess here this lDOI'I 8K'i i Lake, afl of Lakeland Miss Betty Cree i

L. .M, LOy was a hnirai'mi rfal- I W. L. Atwood of Harnaoa N J., To Wed Knud Boe I atSugarland

4 i aa efficjal of Wotmrn Cheaticai Co.. Tomorrow I
j Evening
: i was a oeat of Mr aDd Mn W. F.I .
.... aad .... B. A. Barton and!I I Mailer this seek f MotorsAsk
Announcement is made this week
I _
3 as*t Baser, left Moaday far Sta-
. '
act tosaake faeir hoaae.me. Mr and Mrs. P. W Hagencampof of the marriage tomorrow I evening at the home of law
I
HoBaaC Mieau the week-
>t. ---- saoat
'f(" ;. aad .... Pal Madre of Ca- I'eM at the hoe at Mr and 1In.StaaJe parents of Chief Petty Office Kaad I I
. aal Pohat matted #)aaday with *r. ...,..... Doe, 1;. S. Navy. to Miss Betty Cree j for A Demonstration. You'll Be
I.. of Sip, Francisco Cal.
aad Ma.
Carr
', Settle. s
; I Mr aad Mn. Geo. Hefttn. Mn.la I. The wedding will be an informal Astounded at the Versatility of This
' .... aa4 ... L. E. Faraass aadaaaaaiod oh Heflaa and Stanley Waymaamade home ceremony to be performed by
s: ahLidaa ue ay ... Idaftoaday a........ trip to Port Laa- Rev: John A. Moore. pastor of the New-Type Vehicle
Asa __ la Caaal P.... derftaJe sad Maud oa Moaday Baptist Charch
I Maw Cree arrived in Miami by

Mian Ill,... a fame i iaal>at I, Gordoa Wilson, Montcoiaery.Ala. ., plane Wednesday evening and was
let there by her fiancee. his mother NEED NEW BATTERY?
1 .1I. A
., Baace Havetu waa ia tovmaerer- speat several days last week
I Mn B Boe aad his brother.
.1 day this week.Flaaaors as the gnat of his daaghter MnW ...
Brie Bee. She Is. daughter ofWaiter
S. ....... and Ber Boaemaa

put Jr.. of "'-. famderdaia. I Crave of H.Sea Cree Francisco aad the late and.Mrs... We have in a new shipment of genuine

n.aat bls y. t and Keaaeth Faraaai left'I Cat Auto-Lite Guaranteed Batteries
: I Taeaday far Chtrago where they
wfll attend a ruffs seaooLMn Mr Doe was a resident of Moore
liL W.aeUi )>s.amprtaer and:. Haven daring most of hu boyhood

.... Cede Brooks aaeat the week- Jeha Browa-, Mn H. P.1'" was graduated from Mood. Phone 44 Clewiston, FloridaFRIEDA'S
.* at We* Pate BeachBatah ,
Haves High School He then en-
I I1In. Brow*. Mn B. T. Ahera and Charlotte -
and Weky Brown were ia tered service in the Navy several
Wood. ... Ward i Fort Myerc Mauch,.. years before the war and served
1AaieeM aatf Mn Lee aaoilaharrer I with distInction throughout the war I

wet* In West Pate Beaoh SCarjay.j Mr and Mn W. T. Ball and! in the Pacific theatre He is now I

da%hter.. Dorca, left yesterday for: statioaed. at the Mare Island baseat
Caaaae Bo,en ef BoBe Glade a vacation rWt at their former Sea Francisco but has been at
Hat the ek-ad here with ate hone ta Atataaa.Mr hone on leave for the past two

narth.r. Mn. Lacy Bo ... weeksLAKEPORT.
1
BEAUTY SHOPPE
and Mrs R. T. Heffaer and
Mayer and Mr*. Ralph E. Katz COB Mike of Miaad. spent the GROUP TO
of Pert Myers were vMterc hen week-end as the gaeets of Mrs. ELECT (CHURCH OFFICERS PHONE 78-W

Thursday.Mr. I Refiner's parent, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Flanders. Officers and trustees for the new LOCATED OX SOUTH CORONA BACK OF THE YAM
Christian Church now in the process
and Mrs. T. L. Linseemb and SANDWICH SHOP-CLEW1STOX, FLA.
Mrs. Nora of organization at Lakeport.
Radolph who has beenspending
Mrs JlBre Baitey of LaBelle were
will be elected: .at a meeting to be
the winter with Mr and .
..
'$f. bnslneE tfaiCer! here this
m0rninj. r Tafs.C. H.'SetUe, left Wednesday held Sunday. March 16. at the
for DeLand where she will spend Lakeport school house following Specializing in Helen Curtis Cold Waves
,;. Mrs. W. L. Wetheringten has returned a month before returning to her the Bible School hour at 11 60 o'-
home after a visit of several clock.A .
heme in Charlestno W.'a..
days with Mra. Wm. Settfie in charter is being prepared which and Machinelexs PermanentsAlso

Homestead. Mrs. Kathleen Wilson of Tam- will be filed in the court house of
I pa is visiting several days here this Glades County and an application
Sfem Stalls arrived home this, week with her brother. Fred Jenk- for Letters Patent incorporating the Popular Brands of Machine

morning from New Orleans. La.. to ins and Mrs. Jenkins Mr and Mrs church as a non-profit corporationwill
which port he recently! returned Jenkins will take her to Tampa Sat1 be made after the meeting on Waves
from a Merchant: Maine voyage to]1 r urdav: remaining to spend the weekend the 16th. I
Amsterdam, Holland there A building fund has been start-

ed with a $5O0. donation. and I
plans are being made to erect a I
chapel as soon as labor and materials -;:
I are available(11RR1L i iI
"r' "" yk rocyona 1 1I
: w I Parkinson'sCOMPLETE
SHER1D\N HAS !
I P\RTY OX 9TH mnnro.I I
,I I
I
Cheryl Sheridan entertained a i
1 1 large group of friends at a party at DEPARTMENT STORE
: the home of her parents. Mr. aad I II
i Mrs T. F. Sheridan Thursday afternoon -
I after school the occasion be-

i ing her ninth birthday I

!' After a number of games on the' 1-2 Bag Concrete Mixer with
!. lawn Mrs Shun s v red ice cream I
and cake to the following children'
motor . . . . . $250.00
I Clarice and h aay Sellers Jerry
and Linda Roberta Jerry and Linda
I' Lee. Sue and Sandra Settle Jimmy I Water Pressure Systems, around 130.00

I and Johnny Yaan. Paula Halters I
I
. a o Glen Taylor. P.aroId W hidden i Simmons Studio Couches, around 80.00
1 I Johnny Jeakias Prank Randall. .
Tucker Eleanoowell. I
Wanda
l Carohi:mtre-a:.1 >::,,'<=' .k"...y.1tC'11a : 1.2 h.p. Evinrude Outboard I\lo.tor. 79.00

( i Rrth' ',; -: r L

+ f ,end the SotsrocfccncF
r cF Knowing You Have i t YARD AND GARDEN TOOLS

Rece!red the Meet for
including
y= F' --c'ura
s

Moptc Crd. Nlok.ted Wheel barrows trash rakes hoes
ii taw wagons, ,
U.S.1ot.Of5.c..
i fertilizer, seed, lawn mowers, both power


I .-.,.-.. 4. ."..,... ?: ,., ) and hand, hose in 25' and 50' lengths.Income .

-TIIZM>FKT MYSTERY
In selecting a diamond .when you choose a I .- -.I'-
.1lnT"0-
Magic Circle, you know you are receiving the I '
.>;fI -'"
vttimate in diamond perfection I The patented I

cutting end polishing proceu odds more braTionce T1IM. & Wed.. March li-12

to the girdle and entire stone. yet it com no /l I I "F.\nt"LOr OOR"E\ I Tax Returns

more than ordinary stones. J I ...:th Dorsev B-o'>i-r

Mops C"1fde Dio.-da J.gi.; of J75 I! Cartoon i I


SelllillOI JewelryClewiston I Fri it Sat. Man 1.-1"' I SATURDAY ONLY

I I "WOI.XT 1f INDO11 AT DOWD'S STORE

Floridarw I I uith Edward R.:'t'1r." :. !


.. J 1 WHOP HARRtGANo :: Gil Ryon

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Adirondack Village LeadsIn I




Winter Sport Development
Reinforce bath towels along the Do you lose your patience whea
sides with heavy tape. Then the 1 I you sew with a double thread and
-
Garnets Glitter < shower addicts in the family can the thread tangles Tie a knot at

"".d" .' ,,, :. >' give themselves the usual vigorous the end of) each thread Instead of
Along Ski TrailsAt .. rubbing without pulling your bath tying the two threads together.
<: towels apart. -.-

North Creek y ;' ., -. : -.- Rinse milky glasses promptly in

... ,#' Keep the heels of new shoes un- cold water to prevent stubborn
WNU Features. .
.
'- : scuffed by painting them with your rings.
NORTH CREEK, N. Y.-De- ", ) ,colorless nail polish. -.- t
: \ .c'
termined to improve the oppor- -.- Select a shelf in the kitchen oa
; ,
tunities nature gave it when it 1' Few foods contain such a varietyof which to store waxed paper, napkins -

placed a 3,000 foot mountain : : ,... _' ) vital nutrients as peanuts. Use individual cups, string and:
.
right in its back yard, this tiny : to._ them in cookies, cakes and frost- scissors. When preparing lunches
Adirondack village, long knownas .1'y. {, ::. ings, also with meat and vegetable you'll find this a wonderful cosw

a pioneer in New York state and time-saver.
.
winter sport development, has 'II .'Y.... .L ...,... dishes.NEEDLECRAFTPATrERNS
entered another bid for fame J ;..; .. '" f
.
..
.
this It has installed ,
season. ; .., JP .
.j. f'
what the village fathers describe ..."; .1.. .. .. : I
as the first electrically I .. .". .. New Styles/ for Remaking Curtains j jl

operated Constam T-bar lift in .' ) [ '
the eastern United States. > Our improved pattern-vteul with
u" and -
easy-to-Me charts and photos ca
The lift putts skiers up the entire 4 \ pletc directions-makes needlework ;.
1.000 foot slope of Gore mountain-a t f DIM to an unusually large demand awl

labor saving device that adds immeasurably :k- P'dO-- fI I current required conditions in filling orders, slightly for more a few time* :
to enjoyment of the most popular pattern numbers.
port and vast popularity to North PIONEER SKI CENTER By snow" trains and buses, winter sport
Creek as a ski center. i enthusiasts flock to North Creek, one of New York state's most popu- I M4 Sewtar W. Randolph Circle N'etdlccraft Chlear.Dept SO, Ill.Enclose
The new electric lift is an ex- i lar skiing sites. A wide variety of slopes and trails, ranging from i 10 Mats for pattern.

cellent example of community spirit easy novice slopes to expert runs, lure crowds, of skiers. No

In operation. Skiing is a community MamAddrus.
aggregates more than $70,000. Gore's summit, are expert trails
enterprise In the little town of 703 _
Endeavor. which intermediate skiers
Community can
Inhabitants, whose pattern of life is
Heading the community develop- use in the spring's corn snow.
tied up with it. When it was decidedto
ment is the town North Creek assert that
program physician, villagers
put in the new Alpine lift, the
Dr. James A. Glenn, who Is presi- nowhere else can one ski on such
money as on previous occasions was
L dent of Gore Mountain Ski club. The with
a jeweled trail changingvistas
raised by the townsfolk.
manager of the local woodworkingmill of high mountain peaks. BETTER THAN PILLS
'* Form First Patrol. Spencer Johnston, is vice president Skiers have been flocking to North f
,' Back of this venture was the reelection Dr. H. I. Braley, the local Creek for years for the simple rea-
of North Creek's record as dentist, is executive member of the son that snow lies deep on the slopes FOR CONSTIPATIONFinds
a winter sports specialist. It was I club in charge of racing. The law- and especially on Gore mountain,
at this little Adirondack town that i yer, Philip C. Brassel; the justiceof which rises from the village to an
\ the first ski patrol In the United ) the peace, Kenneth Bennett; and elevation of 3,595 feet. Everythingthe Famous Breakfast

States was organized. On down-Goremountain's the lumber dealer, William ,C. winter sports fan desires is at i J: i ( Cereal Most Helpful of All
slopes the first Schilds, are directors of) the Ski Lift North Creek.
mountain ski trail in New York state corporation, of which the undertaker, Children Get Lessons.
was laid out and this small skiing Kenneth W. Swain, is president.At Firm believers in controlled ski- s I Have you given up hope of be-
center was the destination of the Creek's "Ride ing "regular" again Then read
the top of North Ing and upholding Otto Schnieb'sfamous
first train in the this sincere unsolicited letter
snow state on :
Up-Slide Down" Gore mountain are statement that "skiing is a
March 2, 1934. That train, as the the leading garnet mines in the way of life," instruction is offered "I am a ntfitcnd BOIM aad I know
> villagers recall, came from Sche- Garnets red dia- children what a problem eoutipatioa U, etpeoUBr
country. shine like to from 5 to 18, who gather
and handle with patient deprived of tbelr usual ,..
to pl1
nectady was planned i
monds in the sunlight and the winter on the slopes every Friday afternoonto sal activities When pifl brought temporary -
crowd of 500-but 700 took the
a trip. sports fan gets an added thrill out take lessons. Annually there is relict eating KELLOCffS XIX.
North Creek also pioneeredthe of digging small pieces of the color- a children's ski race when the Top- BRAN regularly actually prevented Intro-
laity te _......
famous "Ride Up SlideDown" more cues than I caa
ful stuff from the snow. From a ping trophy is In competition. Tour
product a treat boon to ear modem -
slogan, when buses were promontory the skier can look down Special awards are made to age." Hiss KatberiM E. Walsh Tan
provided to carry skiers from into the mines and across to the winners but North Creek enter- 7005 Hall NeTinjton. c-..
the bottom of the trails up the sheer rock walls hung with various prise believes skiing should b* f r, Yes ALL-BRAN
winding mountain road, which hued icicles sparkling In the sun. encouraged and as a result all ,often eating brings relief regularly .
lasting
leads to the noted garnet mines Close by are the high peaks of the contestants win a prize for par- from constipation due to lack: of
and to the beginning of five well- Adirondacks, forming a startling ticipation.The bulk in the diet For best results, .
.
known trails.It panoramic view of mountain' grandeur Barton trophy race, sanctioned I NEW shapes for old drapes is eat it for breakfast every day- .
was this highway that made in winter dress. At his feet are by USEASA, is held annuallyon watchword! Ten to one and drink plenty of water. Try
North Creek the original "down hill" the headwaters of the Hudson river. the Garnet trail, a mile long and : your curtain material is still good; KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN fer 10 t,
ski center in the East, for it is from Maze of Trails. with a drop of approximately 1,000 use it again for any of six new day! If by that time you are not
completely satisfied send the j
the top of the highway that the A city block from the garnet styles. to the
feet.Eightysix Cs. empty cartop Kellogg Cem-
Gore mountain network of) downhill mines is a 1,400-foot tow leading to members make up pany. Battle Creek, Michigan, and !
trails radiates. trails rated for the novice, interme- North Creek's ski patrol, which is curtains Save material I Instructions by remaking 7005 has directions.your old get double your money back 1'
The combined investment in lift, diate and expert. affiliated with the national ski patrol j
dopes, hut and other facilities provided Cloud and Garnet trails, which system, and the ages range from the ALL-BRAN is not a purgative 1

by the village entrepreneurs range the higher slopes on high school years on up. Nijinsky, Greatest Dancer, the but a vital wholesome outer layers food made of whole from .,;

I Alone Did Entrechat Dix wheat Eat daily either as a cereal,
or in muffins. Ask your grocer for ,j
BELL CENTENNIAL I KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN. 1

Vaslav Nijinsky, the greatest
I male dancer of all time, althoughstill ]

Progress in Telephone Service RelatedWNU I alive, has not given a performance NEWS that makes folks 'i
since he became insane iii sleep all night!

1918, a year after his one American Thogcaada now sleep ndvtorbed betaim of
Features. perfectly audible, the articulation of the telephone, on March 3, 1847. : appearance in New York. the news that.then boas awahtoed ucht after
,
mast mtfkt haw UmUtr wnlatttn not OnMncy
"The proprietors of the tele- seems to be indistinct but Although born in Edinburgh. Scot- One of 'his ballet steps, never *Let'bop..ot Tbat..s.toaa Feley
after a few trials the ear becomes land Bell American Pkll araally allay wit ito 24 tiara rimes bUi-
are by
phone, the Invention of Alexander was
achieved by any other dancer, was der irritation w to prevalent and Foley lids! *.
Graham Bell, for which pat- accustomed to the peculiar choice, coming to Boston at the age the entrechat dix, a vertical leap poUot, Foler Pilto mmt tMO 6t yon withia 24 ;
ents have been issued by the sound and finds little difficulty of) 24 to teach the use of) "visible during which he crossed his feet hour or DOUBLE tea Get YOl Foley R MONEY Pole from BACIL11k.24bear d"4"I .
In understanding the speech," developed by his father I ut. hU.tiafactioa lerPOUBLEYOUkMUSQEACHE
United States and Great Britain, (
ten times while in the air. I I MONEY BACK.
are now prepared to furnish telephones words. for training the deaf to speak.A .
for the transmissionof That picture of the telephone, as deep and scientific interest in

articulate speech through Instruments depicted in the first telephone ad- the mechanics of) speech, an inven-
not more than 20 vertisement of May, 1877, representsa tive streak and the challenge of)
miles apart. Conversation can marked contrast to the instrumentof making the telegraph "talk" led to j.J

be easily carried on after slight today. his experiments which produced the
practice and with the occasional The advertisement is recalled in telephone. On June 2, 1875, he first
repetition of a word or sen connection with the observance of succeeded in transmitting sound .J
tence. On first listening to the the 100th anniversary of the birthof over a wire and one of his experi-
telephone, though the sound is Alexander Graham Bell, inventorY mental telephones transmitted the i

first complete sentence on March 10, .JI
1876, just a week after his 29th

birthday anniversary.In I

addition to being a great sci- : 4R-
entist, Bell was a man of remark- .
able vision, which led him only two .. R _
years after the telephone was in- _
vented to foresee the day "when a i

Y man in one part of the country may
communicate by word of mouth with I
another in a distant place."
1
The fulfillment of that predictionhas 1j
revolutionized communications j

in the United States and throughoutthe J

world. Progress has continued .
uninterruptedly ever since Bell cre- ;.j
ated the telephone. In the United

States alone, there are now more ,
than 32 million telephones in use. e
more than double the number in 1940.

Since V-J Day four and a half mil- S Rub in geotly-wannintvsoothlng Ben-Gay for fast

lion instruments have been installed.A relief from muscular sanesi ADd paiD Ben-Gay coo-

major phase of the telephone bins ups to 2 nwretmethyifialkylate and

company's postwar program is to menthol-famous pain-relieving agents known to every
extend and improve farm telephone ;' doctor-than five other widely offered rub-ias. Insist
service. The telephone, it is pointed on genuine Ben-Gay,the original Baume Analgesique

out, always has been the farm- AIM for Pam due to KffBIUTBM, KEWJOfiH,art C8UB.

er's "good friend and loyal assistant : /Ask far KU taacar for CUdm,
** -
-in business, in time of sick- x
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ness or) emergency, or as a meansof
S keeping in touch with relativesand

These friends.benefits will be extended to $enGauTiny 11

RECOGNIZE THIS This scene of a pioneer rural home shows more rural families under the 100 j
what the farm telephone looked like in 1911. Long recognized as a million dollar rural expansion program

boon to farm areas, telephone service will be extended and improved with iU objective of a million .
throughout rural United States during the postwar period. more farm telephones. I .



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Questions 7. How
many Mexican states By HAROLD U UTXDQCTST. D. D.
touch the U. S. border? M The Moody Bible IniUtut of Qucaca.Ri .
1. Where do the Kaffirs live? Md by WcUra Newspaper Vnlon.
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am
2. Dbes the United States own The Answers to

the land surrourdmg the Panama LESSON FOR MARCH 9

canal? 1. In South Africa. -

i 2. No, the United States It. -- .------ --
3. What is the correct title of the rents Lesson vubiect end Scripture !ew
ect ed and copyngnted: *y In:<-rat-on:
3.
Northwest Mounted Police? Royal Canadian Mounted Po nausea of Rcllcioo; UIlCa CIG: rued brKrntlss.

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4. I* there such a place as anelephant's lb.I
4. No. Elephants lie down and
graveyard?
I JESUS WASHES THE
wherever death overtakes them.
5. Maximilian, DISCIPLES' FEET
once emperor of 5. Austria.
Mexico, was an archduke of what I 6. Swatch.
country? LESSON TEXT-Joba 13315. 34. :S: .
7. Six (Lower California, Sonora MEMORY SELECTION ne* rTnsiaadateat -
6. What is a tailor's sample of Chihuahua, Coahiula, Nuevo Leon o I give unto TOO. Cut ye tKM
anctker I have loved that yt
cloth called? M yes
i and Tamaulipas ibo love one another.-John 13:34.
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On the eve of his crucifixion our

II'AI'" OIl !/ GOT HER CHEST Lord gave to his followers a striking F
t !! example cf how true humility shows

M WW W\7 IN A VISE? Itself Almost in service the to shadow others.of the cross

the disciples had fallen Into an armament .

TIbHr o about which cf them s' d

ACNlN6 MUSCLES : be greatest. Christ showed them

1. the way of true greatness by an act ,
*
sf menial service, giving them an
(
example for their own lives, a pattern
of love.

I. Action (w Ml).
HeM was about to wash his disciples -

feet was fully conscious who

be was, whence he came, what his

power was, and where he was going
Verse 3 gives us a clear view of

our Lord's knowledge of himself as Serve Fish for Meal Variety I
divine, sent by the Father and to
Get .,1t <.r.t ,: return to him. He was conscious ,

Poor little chest muscle ao tight fro that he was King of kings ,and Lord
of lords-all things had been put Lenten Specials
coughing tt hurts her to breath?QulckvMentholatom. LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU
ME NTH 0 LKTU M Rub on chat back. Into his hands.

neck.Its gently stimulating action helps What followed would seem to be Many of us. never Investigate tit : Tomato Juice-with Lemon Wtdie
I I lessen congestion without irritatingchild's a mistake misfit in the pattern of possibilities of delectable fish din- Cakes Tartar Sau
delicate normal akin. Ita com- the life of a being so great as the cm until the Scallop tBrowned.

j'//VIV. forting vapor leaven coughing spasms" one described in verse 3-except for I Lenten stssoo. to PotatoesHarvard Beets

ell IT.TU 14s*daW.bow.Xak the fact that it was Jesus of can't help thinkDA Carrot-Raisin Slaw

whom it was said. ing this Is a pity
He knew that real greatness because fish is a Rye Bread

& UISL hJtfddL JbvuJL1L. fhwWnwtL'l proves itself in the ability to stoop -. source of such ,, Orange Tapioca Beverage
If need be to minister to the hum- easily digested proteins and is .specially Recipe given.

loML blest need. It was Just like Jesus to rich in vitamins and minerals.
lL 5imp. CanL ; 'l
-9t
J lL ; take the place of the servant. It is Fish is tender and requires little Broiled Mackerel.
|lust like him to do the
loving,
ifft. |: cooking. It can be prepared easily (Serves I)
$ tgDnd4-
Savings, thoughtful, compassionate thing for even by the amateur cook If she X pounds mackerel

as today. Just follows tome simple directions. Salt and pepper
i Peter's impulsive refusal to be
washed enabled the Lord to teach For the more experienced cook 1 tablespoon salad eQ
there is a wealth of fish dishes, 1 tablespoon butter
him and us a needed lesson. The
many of them combining two typesof ; Juice of 1 lemon
This GreatTobacco one who had come clean and well-
deliciousness. She 1 lemon, sliced
fish for extra
groomed to the feast needed only tc
into the Parsley to garnish
'! have the dust of the road cleansed can let an amazing variety
!, from his sandaled feet diet simply by experimenting with If fish is large, split in middle ri

Just so the one who has been the delightful variety In fish cookery. back; otherwise broil whole. Sea-

Stars a s cleansed from his sibs by the blood Baked Red Snapper Mamery. ion wen by rubbing with salt tall
of Christ returns daily for the pepper mixed with salad oil. Broil
i cleansing of the stains and soil of (Serves 8 to II) on rack, browning well on aU aid...

the Journey through this wicked 2 pound red snapper Before removing from broiler,

It's the tobacco that two kinds world. We must remember that this 2 pounds boded shrimp, chopped spread with mustard paste and run
pleases
:9 through broiler long enough to melt
constant cleansing (I John 1:7) is \i pound American cheese,
of smokers-it's PRINCE ALBERT....thiworld's necessary. It is not enough to make grated paste. Serve on hot platter, far-
a decision for Christ and receive 1 cup white sauce nlshed with lemon slices and parsley.
tobacco!
largest-selling Pour lemon Juice and melted butter
| salvation; we need his daily grace S hard-cooked eggs
I for daily living. Vi cap cooked mushrooms over it before serving.

U. Example (w. 12-15). 1 tablespoon chopped oysters or Mustard Pastes Cream 1 teaspoon -

Prince Albe When he resumed his place at the truffles mustard with 2 tablespoons

i table, Jesus faced a humbled and butter, add: 2 tablespoons of finely
is my idea bf a real ;, ashamed group of men ready to Boil fish until tender and separate chopped parsley and 2 tablespoons
Place
from bones into large pieces. lemon Juice. broiled Cab
I have driven home to their hearts Spread on
x comfort smoke. : the powerful meaning of the exam one half of fish in buttered or oiled and sprinkle with paprika,

PA. has a swell, rich flavor' pIe which had been set before them. casserole, cover with one-half mushroomsand the Scallop Cakes.
cheese, shrimp,
,
: They called him Lord and Mas- eggs (Serves I) >

Yet'ith jthtle i i ter, and he agreed that they were oysters.aU.Repeat Bake, then 30 minutes pour white ina 1 pint scallops *

i; right Now he had set them a pat sauce over 2 enl
'my fongueF moderate (350-degree) oven. Any
tern of lowly service. They bad already 2 cups floor
boiled leftover fish may be usedIn
or
sensed the rebuke involved, 2 teaspoons baking powder
place of the red snapper.
"It's always a pleasure to Save a 10 he stressed only the positive side. Milk
t'- pip loaded with Prime Albert" : the need for them to do what he had Sizzlin' Fish Steaks. Salt and pepper

., says Charles K. Selrey, "because done.It (Serves 8 to 10)) Cut scallops (if they are large)
P.A. is a real joy smoke. P.A. b is one thing to understand what and parboil them. Drain and chop
mild and tongue-gentle* has been taught, it is another thingto <4< pounds frozen or fresh halibut, very fine. Beat eggs slightly, add
t6 = And that crimp cut feature
swordfish
put it into practice. Jesus salmon or
con- :
t ; make Prince Albert flour sifted with baking powder. Mix
_
pack better too!" ditioned his blessing en the doing, 0 ]'t cup diced baconS with enough milk to make a batter
aP d..rt+1, t rather than the hearing (see vv. 16, cop rich milk easily dropped from spoon. Beat

17). 1 cup bread crumbs well and add scallops. Heat drip

We are told in James 1:22 that Pepper pings in a skillet and drop batter by
oi2 the cne who is a hearer of the \i teaspoon garlic or onion salt spoonfuls into hot fat Sprinkle with

1 k afr Word and not a doer of it is self Allow steaks to thaw, if frozen. seasonings. Brown, turn to other

deceived. He is fooling himself I i Dip in seasoned milk, then in bread side and brown. Serve at once.
about his !
e supposed spiritual prog. I crumbs. Place in Broiled Sardines on Toast.
ress. God is not deceived by it, and :. with diced .s/\tt (Serves 4)
pan '
r
usually his fellow men are cot deceived y
ss.aaaeIarTbee.caW bacon on top of 2 tablespoons fat
ta-M1-.C. by his profession of what he
Cook in !i soft bread crumbs
fish. a _-- cap
does not have. How sad then to go very hot (450-de- 2 ergs, harcl- ooked and chopped

M on deceiving himself and how fool-,1 glee) oven for 30 .. 1 cup rich milk, warmed
ish.

For easy p m. Command (w. 34, 33). browned minutes, nicely.until ""."=- ::. ............... 1 Salt can and sardines pepper ,
rolling, its crimp sit It Is really not a matter of choice Transfer to heat- /"' Battered toast
for the believer whether he win
r a.me. live ed metal platter which has been Paprika
with
Prince Albert
la the light of this great example-
sprinkled with water. Serve immediately Melt fat in top of double boner,
it is
a commandment of God. Ob
,
PA/roHs/ up yes, it is a commandment of love while sizzling. add bread crumbs and milk; heat

quick as flash. but that makes it not less but more Fish With Mushrooms. thoroughly. Add eggs and season
with salt and pepper. Broil sardinesfor
binding on us who believe in Christ
Nice and firmfullof (Serves 4) 5 minutes; arrange an toast
By act and example he set before
"5.- his 2 cups cooked fish flaked and cover with toast. Dust with
flavor I disciples the great and new
commandment of love expressing itself 1 cup medium thick white sauce paprika.
x in lovmug service. 2 tablespoons batter or bacon Tana a U King.

The measure of our love for our fat Z cups milkbblespoeu
<4< floor
1 certainly enjoy the saeL'mtia's' *? ? ti brethren is the love of Christ Jesus % cup water
batter
gmokee I act with Prince Albert,"says <*FJoeeph That love, we an agree, was without 1 teaspoon lemon juice 4 tablespoons
C. Tt>ppa. "(}imp cut P.A. i limit unbelievably great. inexpressibly 1 pound mushrooms Vi teaspoon salt

tolls ap East sad neat Smoky tender, infinite in its 1 tablespoon minced green pepper TV teaspoon pepper
tasty-cool .red mt7d. P.A. it and purpose Salt, pepper, paprika U teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
gnat cigarette tobaccoC' power. 2 cops (1 ft.) canned tuna fish
We cannot measure up to it What Cut and saute mushrooms in but- 3 tablespoons chopped pimiento

then shall we do? Sorely we must ter or bacon fat. Remove mush- H up tiny mushrooms
give to our very limit aDd beyond
rooms when cooked and add water,
Scald mEk in double boiler. Males
that limit by God's
grace, of om
love for another. fish green pepper, lemon Juice and a paste of flour and melted butte
one
Nothing less
seasonings. Combine mushrooms and add to hot milk, beating with
win do, if ax
we are to keep his commandment

with white sauce. After fish mixture egg beater mil thick and smooth

FR1NCE ALBERT Such love between Christian brethren has simmered 5 minutes, add white I Add seasonings and cook 15 minutes
sauce and transfer mixture to cas
has been Flake tuna fish into large piece
always the
most effective
kind of serole. Dust top with paprika and I Mix with white sauce. Add pimienU
testimony for ChristAs
r bake in a hot (450-degree) oven for and mushrooms.

THE NATIONAL JOY 'SMOKE shown men between see true Christians and sacrificial, they 1cm art 23 minutes. I I RdeMed by wasters Sf.wpapr :'-.

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Florida Legislators The function of the coinage! of By W. D. HILSABECK. I f principal place of business at 104 TO; Mr. Arthur V. Baldwin
Chairman. West Tenth Street. City of Wilmington Box 373Emporium
money in the United States is vestedin County of New Castle Pennsylvania.You .

Average 46 Years the United States mint, which was I State of Delaware. are hereby required to file an
NOTICE OK INTFNTiON TO iTPLV in the Court above described -
You are hereby required to file an appearance
authorized by Congress in 1727 and FOR Pt"!II.4E OK appearance in this cult in this Courton on the 24th day of March.
In Age This TermThe opened in Philadelphia in 1728. SPECIAL OK LOCAL LEGhLATIOS: or before the 24th day of March 1)47, at the County Court House in
1)47. Moore Haven, Glade County Florida,

NOTICE OF APP"'C*TIO> IOKTX NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That The nature of this suit! !. to quiet and thereafter to file such defense
1S3: members of Florida's DEED at the Session of the Legislature of the title to the following describedproperty !as you may desire at.vd in
the State of Florida which convenes response te the suit enlitled.which ,
inb and situate in
first post-war state legislature on April 8. 1S4I, application will be ; is a suit for divorce. Glades
the County of Glades. State of Florida -
-which convenes April 8, average 46 NOTICE is hereby given that Lykes made for the passage of special or l to-wit: !County Democrat is hereby designated -
Brother. Inc., holder of tax certificates local legislation the substance of a* the newspaper in which this order
years of age--old enough to be experienced Nos. 241, 'U, JS9 and in all Issued which Is as follows: Northwest Quarter (NW>4> of 'I shall be published once a week
though young enough to the 7th day of July. 1)41. has relating to Everglades Drain I Section 27 and the North Half I for four consecutive weeks. Hereto
made application for a tax: deed to agnDt.. i providing that the Boardof (NH) of Section 28 in Township i fail not under penalty of default.
be energetic. be issued thereon Said certificate Commissioners of said District 38 South. Range 33 East, DONE AND ORDERED at Moore
Less than half of the 38 state embrace the following described prop- shall have power and authority to said suit having bern filed In the Haven, Glades County, Florida, this
erty in the County of GLADES. Mate: convey to the United States, or any Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial I 21st day of February. 1)47.
senators and 95 representatives were Circuit for the State of Florida in and
of Florida to-w it: department of the Government thereof (SEAL) D. & WEEKS,
born in Florida-so the legislatorsare The South' half of the North half lands of the District or any interest for Glades County wherein J. Hern- Clerk of Circuit Court.
of thSouthwest therein upon certain terms and don Hansbrougrh. as administrator Glade County, Florida.
of the Southwest Quarter
; not likely to be buried in pro- the estate of William Henry Jackson
Quarter ;'te deceased and Lutre Mote Jackson
sht
vincialism. the SWV of the s ) parts of laws in conflict therewith. LOUSE &: JOHNSON
I widow and sole heir law of William -
Well over half have had a college -' Section Thirty (JO). Township Forty- DATED this February 26. "47. Henry Jackson,at deceased, are Moore Haven, Florida,
two < 2) Range Twenty-nine <2S). BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: OF : Solicitors for Plaintiff.
education, and from one to 10 The South half of the Southeast EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy plaintiffs and Federal Security Com- Feb. 21, 28, Mar 7. 14.
the Northeast Quarter of W. J> .H1LSAEECK. pany. a corporation organixed and ex-
terms in the legislature. Quarter of isting under the laws of the State of
the Southeast Quarter Secretary of State R. A. Gray, ;' of the NE14 of the SEW) Sec Delaware case number et al.. are gS defendant, being STATE OK KLORIU4

who compiled these and other facts tion Thirty-two 132) Township Forty- IX.C'TID.PRT UoIiT
DONE AND ORDERED at Moore
NOTICE :
South, Range Thirty (JO) OK 1NTK\TIO TO APPLY T4I.LAH4S
the believes! one (41) Haven Glades County State of Florida -
on 1947 legislature, FOR Pt'ir.K OK&PECI4I I
this the 13th day .f February,
East.West OR LOCAL LEKI"L\T1OVNOTICE
: those on educational and legislative half of the East half of the 1J47. KNOW YE that I. R. A. GRAY:

background hold promise of a constructive -I West half of the Southeast Quarter i of the Southwest Quarter (W% of theE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat notice that a
Florida do hereby give
session this year. 4 of the W4 of the SE4 of the the Session of the Legislature of Clerk of the Circuit Coort.CFARLANE SPECIAL ELECTIONwill

There will be a good sprinkling SWU Section Thirty-three (SJ) Township the State of Florida which conveneson M\ FERGUSON be held on Saturday, April ItII. C
Forty-one (41) South Range April 8. 1)47. application will be ALLISON &; KELLY A. D. 1)47. the said date being th.
.1 of veterans in the legislature whichwill Thirty cSt East made for the passage of special! or By Thomas Alexander. FIRST SATURDAY IN SAID MONTH
; have to consider a good deal ofveterans' Northwest Quarter of the Northeast local legislation the substance of Attorneys for Plaintiff. for a State Senator in and for the
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter which Is as follows: Feb. 14-21-28, March 7. Twenty-seventh Senatorial District *f
legislation.A NW of the NEU of the S\v'*) An Act relating to Everglade the State of Florida composed of DeSoto. -
dozen state senators and 27 and North half of the Southwest Drainage District: providing that the Glades, Hardee and Highlands
have served In either Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Board of Commissioners of said District I> THE rim't IT COl RT OK THETWELFTH Counties, to fill the vacancy occasioned -
representatives the Southwest Quarter (N>4 of the shall ha ethe power and authority JIDICI4L CIHCt IT OK by the resignation of Honrabl
World War I or II. S\" % of the NEli of the SWU) and to establish areas for conser- .'LORln(, lAMI FOR OL4UECOl '" Wilbur-C. King. ,
Northwest Quarter of the Southeast vation of water and soil within the :>T\-. IN CII4MKR1: :\0.Dn'ORCE have
As usual. the largest professionalgroup Quarter of the Southwest Quarter boundaries of the District: to dedi- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.. I, ;

among the legislators is composed NWU of the SE,. of the SW,4) Section cate for such purposes any of Its hereunto set my hand and caused the .
Twenty-one (%1) Town..hlpf4ll lands or any interest therein, within Great Seal of the State of Florida toybe .
of lawyers-38 in the house % such! conservation and AVIS FENTON BALDWIN, C. !
) South. Range Thirty-two (3 ) areas to] affixed at Tallahassee the
and 11 in the senate. East cooperate with other public agencies Plaintiff. this the 15th day 4>f February. .
and bodies in the creation and dedication vs.ARTHUR. 1947. :: -
said -
Merchants come next with 11 in The assessment of the property
: V.
aid certificates issued : of such conservation areas: rat- BALDWIN SEAL) R. A. -
tlrt
under .
both houses combined, then farmers in the nanie, of Unknown. tying- the creation and dedication of Defendant. Secretary of Stat .
with seven, bankers six, insur- was Unless said; certificate shall be redeemed any conservation areas heretofore established OTICE TO APPEAR Mr 7. U, 21, April 4.r
according to law the property and dedicated by stud Board; II! '
ance and lumber, five each. described therein, will be sold to providing for the cancellation of taxes 'a
Courthousedoor of the District and tax sal: certifi- -
Less well represented professionsare the highest bidder at the
cates of the District held by said
monthof
In the
medical, (1) ; dental, (2) and on the which first Monday is the 7th day of Board, encumbering lands In such ;'-

the ministry, (1). April.April.1S47. conservation area; providing that From where I sit. Joe Marsh ]
Dated this the 4th day of March Future taxes shall not be levied upon ..ty *
Three weekly newspaper editorsare 1)47. lands so dedicated as conservationareas
.
; empowering said Board to redeem i
among the lawmakers. (SEAL) D. a WEEKS. tax sale certificates existing up- :
Methodists dominate with 25 followed Clerk Circuit Court on said lands In such conservationareas I

by Baptists 19; Presbyterians Glades County, Florida. and not held by the Board. A Definition
.
March 7-14-21-28. 1947 empowering the Board to exchange .
11; Christian, 3; Catholic lands owned by it outside/ of such

1 ; Episcopal, 6; Church of Christ, conservation private persona!area within for lands said ownedby areas;f of Our Town -

1. and Seventh Day Adventists, 1. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY empowering the Board to do all things r)
FOIL r.%..**liK OKOK necessary to consummate the purposes
:o.PF.-IAL I.OC.\L 1.t:( I"L\TIO for which said conservation! areas are '

Digest Of OpinionsBy dedicated laws ;in repealing conflict! all therewith.laws and partsof 1 Somebody defined our town just criticism are forgotten and

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That DATED this February ft;. 1J47 the other day asA place where folks become neighborly and help. II
GeneralJ. at the Session of the Legislature of
BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS: OF
Attorney the State of Florida, which convenes EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy the people talk about yon behind ful like they really are. I

Tom Watson on made April for 8.the 1)47.passage application of special will or be W. D. HlLSA Chairman BECK. I your back, and come.to wait on From where I sit, criticism I

local legislation, the substance of t: you when you're sick.: never did much harm to anybody
which is as follows: ---------------

Deer licenses in dry counties An Act relating to Everglades NOTICE OK INTENTION. TO APPLY I've got to admit there's someso long as folks don't let it guide

:Drainage District: amending Section FOIL P4*. %r.E OK I thing to it. A lot of our folks are their actions so long as they
need not be passed on by the coun- 8 of Chapter 14,717 Laws of Florida !M'ECML OR I.OC4L

ty commissioners before such licenses Acts of 1931 as amended by Section LE.I.TIO'I inclined to be pretty outspoken respect our individual prefer.
4 of Chapter 17.'02. Laws of Florida. I
are issued, Attorney General Acts of 1)37. and Section 7 of Chapter NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That and quick to criticize even ences, whether they apply to hats

J. Tom Watson of Tallahassee 20,658. Laws of Florida Acts of at the Session of the Legislature of about little things,like a woman's or beer. That's the way it Is in our
the State of Florida which
1)41 relating to the administration conveneson
has advised County Judge Ernest tax: of the District by providing that April 8, 1)47. application will be hat, or a man's preference for a town,anyway,and I hope that it',

Rutledge of Hamilton County. Such such poses tax of shall!paying be the levied cost for of the made local legislation for the passage the substance of special or of glass of beer, or the color of Cy the same ia yours. ;

license taxes are collected in coun- istering the affairs of the admin-I which is as follows Hartman's new,barn. 1
ties where the sale of intoxicating generally and of maintaining An Act relating to Everglades '::
structing the works of the District I Drainage District, excluding an-i exempting But when anyone's in trouble 'JtlAl' 6/J i
beverages are prohibited, beer be- taxes, assessments and tax ,
generally, and that such tax shall be
those differences and Ov
ing defined as non-intoxicating. In an annual tax of one mill on -ach I II title lands of said District from the points of ;
I dollar of valuation; repealing all lawsand operation and effect of the -ovlsions .-
wet counties, the attorney general I parts bf laws in conflict there of Chapter 26722, Laws of Florida.

continued, applicants for licensesare with. Acts of 1)41. Chapter 22,07), Laws of C.orrig1t,1917, United States Brewtrt Foundation
Florida, Act of 1)43. and Chapter
investigated by the county com- DATED this February 2 i. 1)47 %%,1%%. Laws of Florida Acts of 1945

missioners and the application passed BOARD OF COMMISSIONER: OF relating to County tax: title suits and
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy reviving and restoring/ the same un-
on to the state beverage director W. D. HILSABECK, impaired b>' said chapter: ,imt'name

The application for a licenseIn I Chairman Section 10 of Chapter 20.658. Law of
Florida Acts of 1)41. by
providingthat
a dry county is filed with the.I th. title of the District to anv I ANNOUNCING )CANDIDACY FOIL
Bounty tax collector. I :\o'flCI01-" 1\TK>TIO\ TO .(PPLTFOR of its lands or any interest th r. in
1'\O"4tE OK shall be equal in dignity tom tax
I M'hfliL oil I.O\ I.EC.IM.AT10'* lien or tax title, based .upon St,>J, or!
STATE SENATOR 27TH DISTRICTBorn
Undertakers are not allowed by! County taxes or based upon mi ,sos.
Florida law to act as insurance NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That which are b) law made equal to Stat
I at the Session of the Legislature of or County taxes and reviving and restoring -
agents in the collection of prem- the State of Florida" which conveneson such title of the District unimpaired t

iums on sick and funeral benefit in- April 8, 1)47, application will b* by any such aforesaid oth-r in old DeSoto County 38 years ago, reared In
made for the passage of special or tax: hen or tax titles: repealing all
surance, declared Attorney General local legislation, the substance of law and parts of laws in conflict
Highlands and Hardee Counties; now engaged In cattle business -
.1. Tom Watson in In opinion delivered which is as follows: therewith.
An Act relating to Everglade DATED this February 2 C. 1)47
to J. Edwin Larson as insurance Drainage District: amending Section BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF in Hardee and have grove interests in Highlands.

commissioner. Larson had ) of Chapter 14.717, Laws of Flor- EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy *
Ida. Acts of 1)11 relating to main- W D. HILSABECK,
asked if a contract between an insurance tenance areas and the tax therefor Chairman.OTI.t .

company and an undertakerwas by empowering: the Board of Coramisxioners YOUR hUPltmT WILL BK APPRECIATED
District to re-estab-
of said
valid, where it the -
gave exclusive abolish such
lish. alter modify or
a
representation of the com- maintenance areas, and by providingfor \ : OK I\TE\TIO\ TO APPLY
i".4f.B OK
FOR PA!
pany to the undertaker. The at- the and manner collecting of certifying said maintenancetax assessIng "PECI4L OR LOCAL LEGIM.4TO FRANCIS E. ROBERTS

torney general declined to pass upon :; repealing all laws and part of

the contract, but declared that laws in conflict therewith. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
the Session of the Legislature of
the law prohibits an undertaker DATED this February 5 C. 1J47
(be Stat- of Florida, which convenes
Paid Political Advertisement
from acting as agent for an insur- BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF on April 8. 1)47. application will be ( )
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy made for the passage of special or

ance company in collecting prem- W. D. HILSABECK local legislation, the substance of Faa ...-

iums. However he added, the law Chairman. which U a* follows:
An Act relating to Everglades
nothing about other functionsof
says NOTICE OK INTENTION TO APPLY Drainage District, providing that the
an agent as performed by an un- FOR PASSAGE OF Board of Commissioners of said District

dertaker.Okeelanta's. SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION may transfer to the Administration -
Fund' of the District any proceeds JEFF FLAKEFor
I from the Debt Service tax: of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
the District, which may from time
New the Session of the Legislature of
to time constitute an excess over the
the State of Florida which convene amounts required; to be retained for State Senate
on April 8, 1)47. application will be
debt service by the existing
Mill Will purposes
Sugar I made for the passage of special or bond contract of the District and,
local legislation< the substance! of
for the
may use such excess purpoeufor
Open Next Week which is as follows: which the proceed of the Admin
An Act relating to Everglades istration Tax: may be used, providing I hereby announce my candidacy for the
Drainage District
; amending Section
that in the event of storm or other
Processors 1 of Chapter 14.717 Laws of Florida. natural emergency or Act of God any State Senate from the 27th Senatorial District -
Okeelanta Growers and Acts of 1931. pertaining to the pur-
the existing
amount not required by :
'
Cooperative, which, during the'I Doses of the creation of said District bond contract of the District to be
by including water control and conservation retained be used II i iI rI
for debt service may
last three years has been developing of the lands In the District with

and planting to sugar cane al I among such purposes; providingfor for repairing and reconstructing, the have been farmer citrus and
the of the Board Commissioners
power of works of the District from the eff. etc I a grower
portion of its holdings in thel of
large said District to regulate

e glades and has erected a sugar mill the withdrawal discharge of water Into and enc of >cud' or Act"'torm.of God other; repealing natural all"m.nI I..as I! business'man in Hardee County, Florida,
th'r"uf from the canals ..
and refinery six mttes south ofSouth and conservation areas of the District and parts this of laws February in conflict 2*. 1947 thert.DVTKD for thirty years and, for the past five years,
amending Sub-section ) of Section
Bay on Road 25, will start (r BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
i I 2 of said Chapter 14,TIT, as amended EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy 'member of the Florida Citrus
I have been
operations next week. I t>,' Chapter 16.ln Law of Florida. W. D. HILSABECK. a
i Operations daring the present Acts of H35: by providing for the Chairman
I power of said Hoard to exchange real Commission, all of which should qualify me
harvest will be devoted to processing and personal property, and to employ

the sugar cane Into syrup of the I| said attorneys Board,lit whose salaries expenses to be shall fixed hy'be I\TWH.FTH THE flRCI.I'UI IT(")101 U.IRT'RT OK Till"I-:I to represent you efficiently in the State Senate -

I Georgia country-type. Authorization approved by said Board: providing a THE STATE OF H.ORIII4 I\ AND,
to that effect has been granted byl I procedure whereby landowners in the FOR (f.l41)E COl'NTI.i .
L District may secure the right to drain .
the United States Department of their lands. through the lands of \ \\rrRi. I

Agriculture and sales of syrup will" others, into the canals of the District No.-dPS... I earnestly solicit your vote and support
subject to the control of said Board:
only,be made to holders of quotas. providing a remedy whereby the District J_ HKRNI- HANS ROrnll. a* Administrator in the Democratic primary to be held in
War Foods Order No. 51. The may remove from its rights: of of the Estate of William I
> under way easements and other properties Henry Jackson :Deceased and. March (Date to be set later.)
4: above was revealed yesterday by J." persons trecpaing or encroaching LCTIE MOTE JACKSON widow and
Mendel vice-president ands thereon and the property of nuct, persons sole heir at law of WlUiam Henry:
B, Garcia prescribing the procedure and Jackson. Deceased
I favor commercial in Lake
general manager of the relief In such suits to secure such Plaintiffs fishing
of the remedy and providing that a.versepossession vs.FEDERAL. I '
operation
The corporauon'l baa not and stall not. run SECURITY COMPANY a Okeechobee. .x.
finery for processing the cainst the District: conferring power -. corporation organized and existing ,
will and authority upon tJ-f Di i, +rict toStil'zp i under the law of the State of Delaware -
into refined sugar unl <" >ntr'.' ',0 mreserv- ,' et at, .
the 1>47 crop in November of this ed by the Trustees of the Internal Im- Defendants JEFF FLAKE t

when an output in excess of proveroent Fund for drainage XOTICE TO APPEAR ..
year poses; repealing all laws in pur-j STATE OF FLORIDA .
25 million pounds of refined sugar therewith. I TO FEDERAL SECURITY
900.000 gallons of blackstrap DATED this February 26:: 1)47 |I I i f rp un organized t-i1 I i (Paid Political Advertisements )
and HOARD OF CI JIJSSIIXII:: : F i iatlug under the laws of the State)I '
molasses Is contemplated. j EVERGLADES DRAINAt.4.. 1IlgTl tkT .f Delaware with its office and)I

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