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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT






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Jeff Flake Wins State- ,I County Agent Gets : Homeowner Benefits


I i 4-H Club Started


; Senatorial Nomination I Here ThisVeek I From New Tax }Tillage


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Bests organized a boys 4-H Club at the

Hugh Jones By .,: Coleman and Fry school here last Tuesday with nin'- Bond Millage Is Cut But

Two to One In I teen members Officers of the club f

Begin Building have not been announced Do You Know? Operating i Millage

Run-Off RaceJeff I II REA Power la order to encourage the 4-H
Plant
Club work Principal M E. Morn i Is Raised

son has granted the use of two
PUke Wauehnia citrus Coleman and physical ed periods each month A letter this week addressed to 1
FrI Clewistoa on
;Rawer and business man and member I contractors t I If the 1947 tax millage anticipated
of the Citrus Communion was whose bid of $7C.eet was the first and third Wednesdays, for the Moore Haven Chamber of Com I by Ute city commission at special
low for the eoastractaga of the I meeting dates. meree was. like moat such letters
tot easy winner of tile Democratic meeting Tuesday night to approvedby
nomination for State Senator la 'I power plant betiding for the Glades Mr Hutchinson is also trying to dropped into the Democrat box at tile fcy attorney, homeowners

Tnisiiay's second primarv polling Electric Cooperative SEA when get some women of the county Interested the post-office this Week. Because of the community will find their tax

better than a two to oae rate over bids were opened several weeks ago J ir -adir-K l a girls' 4-H Club s i it is argent that home information bill for this :year a third lower thank

hk rn-.n opponent, Hick Gilbert I received approval of the bid from I ---- : be found we are using the paper ta has bees in the past but taxpayers
; Washington last week: and began an effort to find it. other
Jamia of Arcadia oa aO property except that
I clearing off the site last Saturday Tbe letter is from Mrs
l The latest available totals from FUNERAL SERVICES Doris affected by homestead exemption

the eatire district composed of The building is U feet by 61 fet ',! Bowers 350 Maple Street. Daytona will pay the same tax Mil at ia the

Glades, Bardee DeSoto and Highlaads I and the thick concrete floor will I II be '> Beach Fla, and she is seeking past

Coaaties was 2 CSS for Flake I poured oa concrete cape atop 150 iTHIS MORNING FOR to ascertain the location of the The commissioners met to work

sis 1,17 far Jones concrete piliag The floor elevation grave of her father Thomas Daniel oat aa operating budget for the

Tke vottag' ta Glides Coaaty .1 wNl be approximately seven feet'MRS. ; Sullivan. who was drowned here Isthe fiscal year. the first time ia many

.*. atJB a lighter vote than ta the I above the present! ground surface! ANNA FARNAM I 192' hurricane when she was years that a budget has been at-

lint fjrtaarjr, was almost tbree to but there will be a four-foot dirt ,i i I only a child From her uncle she tempted. In previous yean of low

use ta favor of the Waucfanla canPreetaet I fill. Prom the floor on up the construction :: learned that the grave is located tax collections it has been virtuallyimposeibie

didsbe. 1, Moore Haven will be of concrete block un.'H'; '. 11'.1. this somewhere "between Moore Haven to operate by a regular

wan Flake 11 and JOBS 8; Pre- I finished with stucco oa the outside morn in I: ", tn ,,'ci", K at tb.Meth-I!I land Sebnag' Most of the storm' budget since the municipal light

et.ct 2. citrus Outer, gave Flake Strong steel 1-__ will support I odist Church for Mrs Anna Brewer!, victims were buried at Ortoaa. some plant was eaDed upon to shedder a

11 sad Joaea aoae; Preciact :3. 'the walls and root Steel window Farnair whose long and useful life i in Sebrmg. possibly some ta Venus great portion of the dt,'. aperstlag .

Moan Haves, care Flake 24 aDd sash and a large rolling steel serve came quietly to an end shortly afternoon sad if anyone knows the exact: location expease.Ia .

*ea es 4: Precinct 4. Palmdale, was door will be provided Wednesday in the Pabokee I' of this particular grave please spite of the greater amount of

carried by.loses l II to 5; Precinct There will be enough floor space Hospital where she was taken about communicate with the Democrat or l property oa tile tax rolls this year

5. North LaBelfe, gave Flake 7 and provided for the placement of three. two weeks ago when stricken with write to Mrs Bowers as soon as the commission was loathe to raise

JellIes 1.; Preeteet C, Moore Haven large Diesel generating units although her final Hires She had been in I possible for she is planning to comedown I I i ssesmaatii at this u.e... Instead -

.. cave Flake 27 and Jose 8; Pre- only two are to be placedin failing health for boat a >'''ar. She I and make a search on Easter I increased the operating mill

elect 7, Lakepert. gave Flake 12 I the plant to start and the building I' was ninety years of age. I Sundav if you know don't delay 'I age ,... 12% mills to 17 mils The'

and Joaea 1 and Preefart 8. Elder is so designed that it may. be Born Anna Brewer on September ; giving: our information so that her'i bond mfllage was cat from 12 w

.. berry, gave Flake 14 sod imtt 1 easily extended later to provide for G. 18! &6. in D\ersTille Io*.. she was : quest o'n Easter will not be in ..... I to 8 mills. making the total mUlageI

totals being m for Flake and f more .-nits married to R. E Farnam on March I I I the same as in the past Stare

u IW 6.... i rI r--The old Moore Havengenerating municipal i 2" 1"7" and moved with her husband : Colored Quarters I j I homeowners pay only the bond

I to Me<'haoicsville, Iowa There millage this means a sakataattai
Tie getters! election plant, purchased theRE .
will be held by I I I
the family lived until 1< 00 when Give $64.50 To saving to them for the year.
oa last
Saturday, April 5. aDd there is I year. will be abandoned
they moved to Randolph. Nebraska ; Despite the general operating
little reason to believe that there as soon a* the new building and 1)I i i
1 to complete their married life On Red Cross DriveThe miRage raise anticipated revenue
wU units are for j i
be : ready
any change from the choice<< use The old!I
i from this source aad from all other
plant bolstered January 1. Mrs. Farnam. now widowed -
expresses by the nomination Mr. i by two 100 KWH I ,
known sources lacks $130 of raising -
flake will go to Tallahassee oa April mobile units is now furnishing pow- : moved to Moore Haven with Red Crew report submitted

8 to represent his district in the I er for the two hundred purchasersof .i some of her children and has made i t thi week hv Harriett Pelrer and I Ute 18,932 estimated aa seeded

1947 session of the Legislature electricity now served by the this her home since with Helen '". Goodman in tile local colored for the general fund bat email surpluses -
.
The term is for only two years REA linesLakeside. .l caption of short periods quarters shown that a total of from the light sad water ,

tile **axjgBaserm .t farmer moist i spoilt with her ......... .; .9<4.S. was raised by than* wartsrst i funds. saw aMuhmks ,
it Card tlIIM' tsasatl .Ti F...... -
WttaarsSiiB wa. waa ssf yua>r Dairies wfidiaryter 1.l 1. asahe the eewaty- |% ......Bt hramdlag ham* at theshe ,
elected a aMsaber of the State Railroad Mrs. L. 3. Fhae, and this was again raised artag the
.. are net payable aatfl lf$$ and with
Coambmion. May Change From iaVsa. week when P. W Aage solicitor the present amount In the staking
So far as is known Grandmother in the Moore Farm and Benbow
Electric Co-op To Corp. I i Farnam was the oldest residentof area sent ia $39 to make a grand fund invested in iaterest-bearins
Co-op To bonds it will be necessary to rattlt-
i i -__ I this county at the time of her, total of |3fiJ.75 according to Mrs ,j less than 12500 annual to meet

Bids 17 I I l death and until her health began Harry Foster roll call chai -man.
Open April Nee:" lat i( ns have been uDderwa.1]I interest requirement and lay up
'. to decline a year ago she won far I II | Some community workers have
for the I i
past week between directors more funds for retirement of the
, For Section "C"The iI i I I of the Lakeside Dairy Cooperative I more active than many women far"! not as yet reported. principal.

I land I the Mandis Stock: Farms of I younger. She took a very active The contributors from the Ben- There are still outstanding some
I' Interest ia civic and church attain bow area: Mr sad Mrs. F. W. twelve taoaaaasl
tea iliac
board of directors of Glades probability or inrevenue
I and was loved. by the entire eom-, Ange $5; Tracy A.... Fulton Aage
3 that there will be certificates tae
of far
Elt.i i. f<"c:'eEte." at the regalar| a merger waterptaat
1 meeting last Thursday aigbt called I! for two oa the first of April as a i munitv and Fisher Aage. Jr. $1 each; I hat this requires ..., abut

for Md to be opened on April 17 1! corporation to replace the coopers'tlve -1 I The services this raoruinc were Rosa Harris. W Brown John Williams 'In8 a year at the present timete
M. G..... D. Powell.
conducted Rev C. T. Howes ;
by pastor keep cturent. Tarn amount will
i at Id:#e a. m, for the construction
t of Section "C" ia aoutkera Highlands !j Mr. MaadiB. owner of the Avon I i of the Pahokee Methodist White W Myers. H .,..n. C'I be raised ia a year or two when

Coaaty t{ Park dairies is ..understood have (i Church and Rev W. S. Bozenaa, Holme \. heppard J. H HeII mere of the beau an iae sack year
l II IIr of the local church assisted i J Blake. Geo Diggs Jeff Brown' la addttioa the ta
pastor to $ .132 genera -
:
Also to be opened at one o -' made a very fair offer for operatioaof I Guthrie
by Rev John Moore pastor of the] Dorothy Brown Peroy faad which coven -
} clock on the acme day are bids forwater r the Joint enterprise and will he expense garbage
wells and piping at the new able to put in needed capital for the I I I Baptist Church Interment will be Ernestine Gnthne A. Jones Sidney disposal. .- protecttoa. park
I ta the Oak lawn Cemetery in Ar- Hohinson C. Wallace J. H
Thomas maiateaaace attorney and part of
power plant site here That sight operation Because of the limited ,
i t (Continued on Page 8) Continued on Page 8) city clerk's salaries aid sasne general -
Ute board of directors will hold a number of dairymen in the cooperative t
I __ expenses the estimate at ex
aortal meeting to approve the low there was not sufficient capitalto -------------------------

bafetMtkc ,- carry on the business of the pro-I pease for light raM aacrathM is

the wasttucUoa work on I remiss sad distributing plant in ad j Funds For tlt,7ti.1t and water fund P.tt-

Sector "A", the co-operative hasottBBaai dittos to the It wa impassible with the revenue
tae materials and the coa-' each member to build his individual I |
anticipated to plan far extension -
tract Wttl be largely a labor propo- producing plant I
Water Control Asked ot water mains electric
.... Moat of the hardware baa Inder the terms of the proposed ones or additional street ......
SlllSsjj been obtained and delivery agreement all milk producers of ,
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o( pales baa began and a great number I the area will be stockholders ta the
already obtained it appears o new corporation Operations will Moore Haven Band
Following the unsea!< will i continue virtually the same as atpresent I'
the
started project
that
oaee which have flooded out thousands The onlv change. appa'tnt! that Places Second In
that it is likely that
rapidly to completion except '
be parked i is wanted bthe tanners is tbe'lo"'erin
in <<
'I of of crops
the corporation name will he chaaged acres growing
Tke a.l.b o custos rs in Section the Class At Sebring
I the vegetable growing areas around of maximum lake l >vel |i
partially the I II
"A" eaergwed
j
the south shore of Lake Okeechobee.I oa a temporary basis until they are
latter part of last year and entirely I I I
able to build levees higher and
this week taken
farmers there have The Moore Haven High School
Januao. ha' now passed the W. L. Jr. I '
ta Bryant
: others steps to obtain recognition of their provide better drainage faculties of j' band making its first appeasanc
are
hundred mark and
two added constant!?. I Wins Honors At plight b}' Congress ta hope that their own [ at a casapetiUve meet at tbs district -
being The Clewiston Engineer office
I emergency funds may he voted to festival ia Sebrtag last fttday

: Nebraska College I expedite flood control and water I it was stated today bv A.R.. Br...- I and Satarday placed second among

i Stalls And Whidden I j conservation measures ta that area foot engineer ia charge baa already Class D bands and ......... very ,

Help was quickly forthcoming i been authorized to make asurvey favorabte comments from the festival -
In Auto Wilson L Bryant. Jr son of Mr
: Injured dele- and report of drainage and I Judges
Florida congressiaaal
I I front tbe
and Mrs W L. Brjant ,)f Moore
control the drainage
-
water on canals
In Lakeland gaftaa and Callie Fletcher was sentaer I I la aastttoa to placing ta the concert -
Wreck I Haven who is attending Wayne k bust from the south aide of thetake j i the bud also placed second
IBM WHit BV the gackas.v"
Julian Wind i state Teachers College at Wayne District tS.. Engtaeea office te.1 I to the Atlantic Coast many I] te drftl and sight reading. aaather
Leonard "tails and lke-j Nebraska was recently initiated into the rituattoa -toother rep- yean ago by the Kverglade Drain : of which an required. fraaa Class D
ta study
den were injured Monday which |1i 1 Kappa Mu Epsiion>> national batorary reseatitiTe of the WasjatactM af- age District and oa tae drataage I ........
land when the Stalls car' ia mathematics frateraity He areas of these canals. This was first I .
next The bandmaster. W. D. Jackatan
here
I
up
I collided flee is scheduled to
was a passenger i ii i iwith also on the honor solo '
i Whiddea j was placed aatkorised for the West Pate I stated
Two women week and __lien of the Hrrenaad that be vat very wall fleaed -
a Laketaad car. for.scholastic achievement Beads and Hillsborough Canals and
i Harbors Committee at the lie! wtth tke showing made by the
also wjured
ia the latter car were Mr. Bryant attended Moore Haven 3 i later esteaded to include the North
I and that they did realty better -
4 i and Senate may make Ia tareattgs.tlOB -!!, group
but not believed serioaalyM High School until be moved to Newcastle ; River and Miami Canals bat a _ort- than he had anticipated He
am home Netr with V' and ?Vr W !!: i i iI !
Stalls returned to 'I ... of fund forced the closing ofI was told by the Judges that the ad-
ta ilaaie after first aid treat-''D Green, ir 1412 i|I! The f4rmers have made aft pro-J i I I this work several month agod- dittos of c taIa... equipment
bat **. ''I v: "v,t'<<1tha, the handling of theK j jI i i
.
brumes '
i .a. tar cats sad H. *,- x; :-' i dUional funds at least $30.MO. are I particularly ta tae reed section
WhMae was heat at a LM.!.... i tember .. r. I .' :. rel bv the Engtaaars for ttj[said to be needed to complete this would certainly give them a better
..
,' hut week!!
efficiently
kmaanal for a few days far ohsar |\ releasrNava ,: i very the IUD-:t I survey which weald take from tea rating te next year's meet

t vattoa. He to aid to have satfer-I V 1 the level reached i month to a year to finish Another The band group was also toad ia
,
under the preseatjplaa
.d amral bseka rOIl as* aaassatetajwsaa in service he attained the rank of 1t ]immm permitted 17, feet shows!i I I year would fee repaired probably their praise at the pepst at 3ebrtag -
served aboard the I'So of operations 1 before aettoa could be takea.
--- Ensign and Wtth the Ciktoaubstrhtfd I imp who took them tats kctr laves
bush
dfbew mid the S&aIW PC-f- sea ewes If tile aattaa were approved ia order that they might ajead

ear Traflk. tberp* .del.ilvb amd t r: .. '.., _-u" ""." .. \.j......._ ;,t 8L Lade Canals djsxkarctag wa at s,I I Taeae fear comb are badly to Friday Hat thaw. Wufctat was
the
iiiaBjuaaiI
Mud VItk 1bs rltdeur Wt a. #' \ u n ti-. ;\. ,-,", .,.fall capacity seed er wNe i... having Ole silt left aaaasse ta ssasMthsaratay vat sire

i e Hi ...... '- :I,never atimuaTy tapped.iad with the; draigod and rusk kMuBm nsjptwsjdwhtat a pleat OM s 1d 41ls paper has
.. ; : j rains stamped tire level 11 eteadSy Mar drusaaae. tt 1sooh.deL
.:..: w+ l-l--- :rterota ,, prater been aihred .. ptiMy ,Nraaa s.teIrT
PATRONIZE OC* *...a. -- rt being hrswCht down that average .a- tha.s. lilt there !etl "a






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" 'f "t) Korea a House Divided Renovate Your Old AccessoriesIf


I New Ones
You Can't Purchase
J Between U. S. and Russia


miens York Express feu Gr/la JJatcy
New York Novelette: She used to I (
BAUKIIAGCAiulytt
walk with a preoccupied air throughthe By

Manhattan.downtown ,East Not Side disdainfully streets determination ot io WNU Service, 1616 Eye News Street, N. W.red, I whatever Comm..i.ta else: they didn't teach. A on FRIEND a very at mate limited who operates clothes I All-Purpose PurseJenny j I I

proudly, but with the fierce. She Washington, D. C. Later, I studied abroad and dkta'l hulled Mb me that she spends I
of the young. !
very
knew these streets and the people,, WASHINGTON. A couple of change my mind. wry! little on things such as gloves,
and she hungered to know more. months ago I wrote a piece about Then I Joined the army and discovered purses and belts. Looking at her
After studying dancing many yean Korea for this column.It from my buddies (I got however one finds it hard to he

he became expert at the art andwfcea was largely a factual report five francs for writing letters for lieve. What, then is the secret""There's I ,
a big B'way show was being and when I wrote it I realized how them), that parts of America 1hadn't no secret to it at all. tlM

organized she applied toe the Job d I little I, and per- grown up in were as illiterate she goes en to explain. "I simply .? vv y
putting on the routines. The pro haps some of as parts of Europe which Fd make my own or renovate the
held my nose going through, and things I have, copying the new fashions I
fixers took her on, and the notice: you )know about
imgted out "the wonderful dance"' Korea I have !Ti that some of Europe was more faithfully. You see I like to buy ;
which highlights the hit's theme. been realinrg literate than the United States al- good basic clothes and add new I
The hit is the musical version ol that for many though at our worst we had a better fashionable touches to them."
Elmer Rice's "Street Scene". years but not too school for the poor man proportionately Actually it's a very simple matt r .i
The dance?. The trilling number many. I think than Great Britain. to do this, particularly if you are \

tf two street kids. The choreographer that the first 1 Years passed and finally I began bit thrifty and fashionwise. Ai 3
? Little Anna Sokolow, time Korea Bearing complaints about our what's more, it takes less time
who had all the critics asking:: meant amtHr,( C-hools-mduding: the high-literacy whip up a belt'out of an old piece '
"How could she have so truly cap- more to me tbd area:; I realized what teachers felt or grosgrain or a bag, than ,t
lured the flavor of squalid city a smear on tve' were being paid compared to dogcatchers does to make a dress.
streets?". "It's simple," says map was whn I and garbage collectors One of the things I always remember -
Aunt, "when you've been part of was quarteredwith and bartenders (not as much). I about this particular friend
ICem." a young! fellow mentioned it on the radio. Most of mine is that her white bags and
in a barrackin people complimented my stand for gloves always appear Immaculateeven
Manhattan Murals: The France in Baukhife 'I higher remuneration! for education. in the warmest, sultriest
Broadway dance hill which advertises world War I. He (Of course we couldn't expect to weather. Her trick "Well," she/x- f.4.
: "Most Exclusive Place talked in his sleep. That was bad I pay as much as we pay for liquor plains, "I have one inexpensive ,,, a w

la Town-Everbody Welcome" enough, but I couldn't understandwhat to redden our noses or the women pouch bag for which there are threeor ,
.Francois a waiter at the he said. So I asked him. He pay for cosmetics to redden their four covers. I make these at
Sana tale wb eomes to work laid: lips). home-they take less than half an

ka bnmaenlate attire pins spats, "My father was a missionary in But what shocked my New England hour to sew together, and then I
diamond stickpin cane, bouton- Korea I was born there. When I soul was some of the letters on always have a fresh one to slip over I' has designed this bag for
der,. The' window-long sIp have a nightmare I talk Korean." the "other side": the bag itself." every type of woman from college
fjk eta canopy of a shuttered, From a teacher of "long and This might suggest that you could girl to young sophisticate
taarded-op fruit market st 48th Kfri4 art ttinrit dMst in ptrliiduo varied experience": make "slipover" covers for some..of Blade of brown or black plastic.
tong ea. U reads "Never main tneotunt tbi Rid army your other bags as the material or patent It has a zipper opening
ieeed!" The bootblack on4ttb tt ntm totith ef 4 dividing Kit. "The most Important teachers in leather on them becomes too frayedto which is large enough to permit
irtwn by StaK *nJ R.osntU) bfttt the world are the mothers and OlD easily. A
street who keeps a copy of look attractive. Use contrasting roomy Items to (
Amtrlt fathers, who are now earning
wages
Variety available for straggling colored woolens, for example and geM disk adds a teueh of glam
less than the teachers in a great
actors who afford a shine have both and bag to match.
can The agreement was that the two many cases. Lack of adequate pay gloves our.
bad not the two-bit show-bible. nations would set unified I,
a -
up provisional
for them Is the greatest cause of Bags May be Rewodefed
government and hire the education failure-and failure it is Others are still better if they have
In Different WaysIn
Lament of a Broadway Press Koreans back into democratic life. because it does not aid properly I belts that buckle either wide or
different
Then things began to eventuate. those who need it worst." addition to sewing the effect
Agent (By Art Franklin) : Ho* there narrow, depending upon
kind of covers for the bags,
Roosevelt died and be couldn't tell
tense be scans the papers nights From a California teacher who is of freshening them.U you want to create.
other
and days. An adult mind hpresstitutes" Btalin that "democracy" meant one "almost in despair over the situation" are ways bag Old belts, particularly old leather
for pelf How often thing to Americans and something :' you have a basically good belts, can be recovered with decorative .

toes he swear to coin a phrase. quite different to Marxian schooled "The school cannot substitute for fabrics to match your dress.
That's good enough to credit to him. Russians. Oh, quite differentBut the home: it can only supplementit. Or, if you have material from
self. Investing ebbing ingenuity regardless of academic definitions You can't teach children who which the dress was made, consider
To build some small-time this has happened, according I have had no home training; you making a belt from it by covering
crooner, club or band. How pitiful to General Hodge's own statements can't even teach those who have if a strip of buckram.It's .
the sum gratuity That keeps : The Russians have drafted your whole time and strength are also possible to make the
tome inept act from being panned Koreans in their zone into an army. consumed by those who haven't : most of your belts by changing
.He camouflages talent "medi- They have set up a Communist Most parents will pay whatever I buckles on them. Look over old
ake". With touches of a genius at regime In their sector. they have to pay for a parking station buckles first, and then investigatethe ;
bis game. And if he strain We haven't done so well with our for their children and will ask possibilities at the stores. Items
enough-some third-rate "Joke" brand of democracy In our sector. no further questions. More and such as this are inexpensive but
will cash his clippings in for movie Not because of lack of good intentions more of the parking attendants are I' often mean the difference between
tame. The simple fact is this-foibe nor of the efforts of General: unwilling to deal with such childrenat success and failure in your clothes.
alone. Can lick his client' lodge (so his enemies admit) but any price." I Gloves are becoming increasingly
1opa"-except- his, own! due to a lot of things including the From a Pennsylvania mother: important in the wardrobe, and

J" spectre of the past which has har- "If monetary remuneration were I' Sf 55 f.ur dot g' budget .. there is much a woman can do to
heed the Koreans. They like Amer the only consideration for our servo make them outstanding Just by
'Talk about tough breaks": The ica. But all they have got from us in ices in this life-would there be In which: the leather or fabric is not little sewing tricks All manner and

lnema before"Nora Prentiss OTDR was the past Is vague promises. Other nurses, doctors, welfare workers j I worn then it may need Just a little means of trimmings may be sewedon
.\ hard the rage"aflleted nations beginning with Japan took and ministers? Yet they abound in repairing to make it perfect again. the cuffs of worn gloves of fabric
the nation. One character them and tore them. They have love and kindness and tolerance." I Linings have a way of wearing to make them new and fashionable.
Rich-
in the movie 1s named another faced a historical array of broken' From a Virginia man: out, but these usually are easily Much is being made of puffs at

ard. Daring one episode door. Its promises from the great nations. "There is an adage to the effect, I replaced. Select a good type of fabric the wrists of gloves. If, for eta
beg him to open a Koreans thought they were prom- you get just about what you pay I one that is dark but matching ample, you have taffeta trimmingon
serious sequence
b
.*ppo 4 to ean't blame the audience IUd independence "in a few days"after for.' The point is, when the schoolteacher ] : to the outer covering one that is your dress, you might buy extrataffeta
-but yon American occupation. That does his job as well as theII II I closely woven and will not snag and trim the cuffs of your
for bowling. misunderstanding was due to the with it. Small and
street cleaner or garbage collector, easily gloves pins orna-
fact that the Moscow agreementwas he will be paid accordingly; but ai It's easy te change eein purses ments also may be used.
Blftown Smalltalk: Paul :Manu translated by a Korean who long as the educators are content I and mirrors when linings and zippers -
broke the coast-to-coast record with was possessed of more native opti- to have the street cleaners do their are ehanged. They add a note
bis plane "Blaze of Noon," a stunt mism than knowledge of the Eng- Job better, the educators should not : of freshness to the bag. l Bo Smart ,
to put the film (same name) on the lish language. From then on, the complain that the street cleaner ii Perhaps you are one of those
front pages. But "Betty-Jo" got the Americans attempting to abide by better paid"L lucky women who have a good bag L
headlines. Ladies first y'know. their understanding of the Moscow with the material worn and shabby.If .
Broadway show gels sizzling (nice decisions have tried in vain to get the frame is good, save it and
weather for it, ladies) at the story an agreement out of the Russians Gets Wasps StraightSixteenyearold discard the rest. Then cut new material -
quoting director John Murray Anderson which would be the basis of a unified i to fit the frame, using canvasor
as grousing: "I'd rather Korea behind a unified provisional buckram and lighter fabric for
work with elephants than show Korean government. .........,...., -nc-. .. ...- ;:'.. lining. Stitch these together before
girls" The very old song, "Last Today Korea has become one of j \ "". attaching them to the frame. Adda
Night on the Back Porch" (a those explosive areas where two smart new touch to the bag with
Johnny Long platter) has been ideologies meet; where the two 1 br.ght new initials, pin or flowers,
banned on all networks because of great empires left in the world (the 1\ and you will have an entirely new
its naughty wordage. Danny U. S. and the U.S.S.R.) face each j : ,. r'twe bag.
Kaye (who got close to three million other for better or for worse Neither -i t
in four years of film making) took thinks it should retire and I Belts Add Mwh

four weeks of personal apps to raise allow Korea to erect a government I ,,. ,:" To your CostumeH

tax coin. At least 10 of the which would take its pattern from 1 .. .:r t t e you been watching the
nation's youthful political white the other. I ", i J 'e-t fashions? One of the most
hopes happened to match notes the What's going to happen now' W<> c l. '. ,n p.>r'?nt style notes is the belt. That breezy Western, look is
other day. They found that Hays to a little tougher with '>' 'f'.l'% may be wide or narrow but cropping up in the new season
are going get
"confides : handbags net in rich, t
O'Dwyer had told each be M : only
the Russians, and if we can released they are definitely planned to give
him tc L- brown tooled leather but also lathe
tiauy" that he was grooming .
from that ambiguous agreement gi"n uur to the costume.
be his successor. Such a letdown will let the Koreans in our At'' "" Sometimes it is wise to have modern version of buckskin
rich in c&1er.They're .
so
creamy
zone set up their own provisional ; \ K.i K venal different belts for a dress to ideal matchmates for
Confaeius: Real Love government They already have a give it different moods. Or, perhaps
Do B'way Not Have Happy r...... It parliament of their own, but Gen- a dress you; now have lacks that tweeds and spectator sports.r .

Do Not Have Any ERdia(. eral Hodge has a veto and he will Ji +, ,j
keep it until we see some kind of a # :
coalition free from Communist From the Sewing Bag :
The UteWfentsia: John Stein pressure-or any other kind of pres-
beck'a new novel. "The Waywarc sure, of which there are a lot. .. ,' Reinforce weak spots on toes, t
i < -
dictated onto records, iii heels and tops of stockings and '
Bas, was .' \
will cost ?
It
money. '
ATUcn a htftiet typm then transcribed- I 'Ju "ltt ti : 9 elbows of shirts and sweaters be
Nice best-selling work, if you car: \ t. fore the hole actually appears. #
get it. John Hersey father of B/ait Proposal/or iA This will\ make the garmentwear
"Bell for Adano" and "Hiroshima" longer as well as enablingyou
Higher Teacher Pay I David Shappirioof
Is incommunicado in Florida working to do a better Job.
Someof originally from Washington, D. C., one of 40
best-seller. folks
on a new My came annual Westinghouse Rubber and oiled silk gar-
sixth
Edna Ferber's most glittering New England. We followed the various finalists in the talent search, manta often are easily mended
have been put between west in Jerks. But science
literary nuggets migrations "triDlle" with adhesive tape.
. is the cleared up an entomological I
Basket"
covers in "One New England ancestry
my mating "Mrs." Wasp Buttons stay on better if they
Mary Martin, the star, gives "batfc only reason I've always been proud by The books are sewed with a thread shank.
night for London schools. As school boy with her proper spouse. : By mMni ... I
parties" nearly every of American this couple for v "'fIOf' l. Never sew buttons on too tight if I
been wronging
who have no tutor time because I wasn'ttouch bad
friends (there I had a tough I
of you really want them to stay on.
collection
aftera lot of years. David's own Certain finishing touch because the
a
water. "The Yearling, enough. There were !
the
Slips that under
He
five-week stand. will be polled out ftghts that had to be negotiated. But wasps runs into the thousands. belt somehow, jaM deN net go with wear out
Radio City Music haiL "Too I came out with the idea that I'd captures most of them in Rock it, er do aaytttBg bar it. arm are easily patched. It also '
a tad.! Hit films at that theater i take tbe public schools of America Creek park and seldom gets Some dresses are better with helps to wear shields to prevent

usually run twice as long. I I because they taagfct democracy i stonr c a ril belts .that tie and swoop. rapid wear.The .



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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS [ CIO: .

of Thought I UAIT Demand A fA.J/GIM


T ET us devote our life to Commodity Prices Hit Peak; I i The CI -Un1ted Aatorncbrt Workers 1UIJHR.

took the cudgels for a glint'anteed
* up
-
worthwhile acbocs and feelings With Historic I a* the union voted to
wage
U.S. Confronted
to great and tndsnng thought cndertak, real affections i reopen its present contract with

Motors for discussion of
General a
saga. For Me is too short to be
demands
ttttteTke. Decision on Foreign Policy wage and other economic WASHINGTON
on behalf of 225,000 G.M. em-

.
rues sale UifftMt *rt those tteJeawd t3' W..en "twapape p;crveesW Walt ShadA

t.*e J. s Itttlt ktytnU their fa.. ,KAITOR NOTE w1.. ..t.l .. .r. .a, _.. to lkn tl>..* U.f .r. UnC3HJ .! >.:e the CIO gecera2y pondered By
.. ... ... ..,...... ......... .
.._-ws .. .114 tit' r.r, ; a.stem "tewsWU S t..... .. .i v.i. '" d ft. the principle of the guaranteed annual WHU=M'eW0ade4>fWarr

t. ttiuj wvrtb wbde. wage the auto workers asked

This tough old world for a guaranteed weekly wage De- Wakiatt..8w-se rule Ll.Sc. .. w.,

your deeds pot your c ar.rg that many workers m G.M.

You build a rcputatior plants nave been employed at 2S: Trimmed Budget Means

you do. not on what >'O_ hours 'r less a week within the last Benefits
4-- Loss of Many
doing eight o: nine months the U.'W'said

Sir yea raise year you c vremf that their income has suffered and As this is written, before the fhialconference
able to seekot
been
they cave not
yw niaaddl rc your -. :1' report on the nut in the

use t.-Br. Samael John-,.!' ; .e r employment. or obtain uaemp national budget it appears the the
.tion.O .
\7ert:
':' eompen hoe and senate committees w3

S ,. .. -er UAW demands call for a agree on a cut of approximately fiv*
2.: : awns an nour raise above preset determination
billion dollars. Final budget -
: &\er.ge earnings of $1.S8H an
likely will not be complss.
Kc financed social
r an emplover-
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT '/"
ed for several weeks.
e. sc : -:.rv plan an oid-age retirement
The point to be considered, however
prtt:,,!n. a wage equalization fund .
..-
Y I r is that this concurrent
;..; .r-j reed vacation pay schedule
boa, while morally fending gpa
In addition the union voted to di-
both house and senate n not stncsjhj
BtSDfESS JL INVESTi oPFtycGi78 ,
__ rect its negotiators to seek a
binding legaDy The final .....
. '.< PROFIT ELI !In"tr.JiEEDLE national labor-management conference -
THBFADEJIS 50 f<. ... islant priatioc cut might be much men,
lOc Mont ba.k y m: ways of reaevmg ma-
k.itret > but probably will be much its that
x=mpi<> o antiti Oii J. te.a'' shortages and other obstacles
()O. fcA Cikk 81.. .MMrr, \ I : five billion dollars. Coantaom at senators .
: \.. production
and house members, reprose

_MlSCfXLANCOlfor : Sweer..eat m Ling sectional interests are form.ing .
0.t PREME COURT
....... ..... .e : to prevent cuts in appropriation*
campers. icours ccboci12x13 : t e their constita-
with compa-tment* R" :,mite Foremen affecting particular
>trp< Send Cl.OD jid PB"J eats or heir pet projects.
crad fur a : ruled in favor ofporta'
arse already
or pnstpatdSCaOOL. : : .g
tin .ereaodne. IIe2. :. r r. .... Far staaee. Sea. Wayne .sew
. .. : .-; pay the Supreme
------- '
af Oregea acid a graaa at sera.has
chit A SOROS J ." .- tamed down another tavor-
1IDfG.. N-nero.i d<'S'.t:">s treat western states are deternafadthere
Writ loT FREE f&tae I C e .lion to labor by decreeing
saaB be eat IB rapsea
as
ap.
M ti..lWte Ave.. at.eaesir' 1 _..,onization of foremen came
liens for recUnutwsi and trrigatawarejects
tile of the National
:-.r meaning
load eeatNlw

Bay S. S. Savings Bcr.t.s 1 f y i< e -: Delations; act. dlevdsp cents which are scads way

n s 7:e *,reman question was bitter- sad planned in the western state

J' _;ht by industry which con- These' senators maintain that aapnariaooas .

-- tt.ds that supervisory_workers art for this class of expeass*

rd Ax ., ., Je ,'h re jtrd tart of management in that they tares are not direct federal ex
{ &. the trot'1 w; t usree
( ) ( tJ; see that production: is carried out and
,9. sLi bearing :tm:.,prints setk.L, uic.,,: ectrs ait. l'J.If'H1DC.at bat- implement policies in em- pauses, but are capital inr........

tom governor of Greek political pro"on< ., -.do! t'->re tatted company and self-liauidatiag and open theaa
coadittoas ta coaatryGRATA ployment practices. With many depend largely the future arogtessf
THE Nations OBUBIMMK teTestigatiag paotical
QUINTUPLETS congressmen sharing this traditional the West. However, GOP ......

atwiy UM this great rub forCOUGHSdtaeCOLDS : Mr Truman cancelled a Caribbean concept of foremen, it was expected: Ben in charge .i the badfct eats

: cruise to work for implementation that legislation would be introduced have declared they will ga "...

Soaring Prices of his Middle Eastern program to preserve the status of supervisory down the Mae" aad auk cats to

Qrid Mil Qc the Chicago Board of Trade which would commit the U. S. to help every department of gOTtraateat

March wheat and oats hit 27 year open involvement in power politics In decreeing that foremen had the Equally determined there sbaB fee

peaks At Minneapolis, rye and soy With Russia dominant in eastern right to organize and bargain collectively no cuts m the field of agriculture is

peans advanced to all-time highs. Europe and expanding its influence the court in a 3 to 4 decision a bipartisan group of senators. and

Tallow and great prices set a through Moscow-inspired leaders in ruled that Insofar ts foremen congressmen in the farm bloc. According

recordBt surrounding states. the President's were subject to an employer they to the proposed GOP plan,

if U S. commodity pncesc. program was directly' aimed at the had the right to form trans to protect agricultural appropriations are ta

:: ?aed to soar in the face of Kremlin. their own interests In the matter be slashed approximately U7 mil-

heavy relief commitments and Seeking to bolster the rightist gov of wages, hours, seniority rights lion dollars This cut would take IS

K_:.c cemand, they still lagged eminent in Greece and enable Tur- and working conditions million dollars from the school hxodi

L :-d foreign pnces. Across the key to bold the vital Dardanelles program, leaving about JS mflhaa

der Canadian producers were .1 straits connecting the Mediterranean I Stop Alien 'Rackit' t dollars of the 100 mom dollars saprojprlatiQH >

Give feet urg almost $3 a bushel for and Sack sees, Mr Tru- which was jail

your !or overseas shipment, and I man proposed to Joe both countries and passed last year. AAA :!

ca extra freer tags for cash deliveries m -I substantial amounts of money The old practice of staying the lose 100 million dollars which

major countries surpassed bids and transfer some of the vast storesof deportation cf afiecs by the in- lop away ranch cf the epr'e Wls-

with SOUS es well as the C S surplus American military equip- troductoon of a bID in congress to tion for soS conservation and fertilizer

Heels by U. S. prices continued to rise as'' ment now hi western Europe to hold up proceedings has been production, all in the face af

farmers withheld their grain in the them. checked by the new Judiciary commitments made to the farmers

O'SulffvenKIDNEY rising market Reminiscent of the I committee, which termed tfe* whose soils are depleted from the

aftermath of World War 1. wheat. : Besides tee. safety o! the imperial procedure "a racket" record crop raised these past fear
Brim :ife -: r through the .
;OTI, oats, barley and ne scored u.ng t- uurmg me vsrai congress. no years to meet the food quota of thai
Suez canal
r e e < ,
substantial daily gains, holding on -- less than 443 such bills were country and the world

to them despite recurrent pr >c.! r.r.gloAmeri t filed. With the bins allowed to '
-- Farmer Need
; -... fields in Sf&ttoiApproximately
selling by traders. Ssrce t-e Fc: rest in the Judiciary committee
:-- -
and Ara-
aj1 close May whEat :...- r Ni : Iraq action seldom was taken upon the entire sum
: ;e at stake in 19 million deBars ra to be cut fra
rrcre than 60 cents them but aliens were entitledto
c \ 3die East the new agricultural research 974
remain in the country until
,
fOVRESS: ) o :'2. s petrole-:
&
: they obtained a bearing By reintroducing gram provided by the -Pa.
obsessions gun bin passed only last year .
hop Funds : the same biDs m ensuing -
a:-valued a meet demands for new uses and new
:. f Rerubhcan ccertatives ::-.:!>_:':_ .-. r :: ;iof: dol- sessions: congressmenwere markets for surplus commodrtxa
able to permanently defer
;
} : : -
: 'e too 'tera
... the deportation of ahem. Some 394 million dollars is to .far
:::: reducing P:t : 'r eetmg of trimmed from far
appropriations
_" 's 2'75 billion do::a* budge: : Under the new ruling laid -
Bg Four iD Rural Electrification: admmistratMB
Gen Marshall ,
down by the judiciary committee
is: t :2 months beginning :ev ".'.-' : .,w for the pure which would include 125 million deV

1 .: : :', y<,ting for a reductior c''* t. e "' :: ,,;; : b postwar Germany I I5 week, bearings determine will be the held merits each of lars to loan authority for the next

5897 (*72:!."50 in postofflce and treas- and Asst."a wcj complicated at tile deportation to stays. If the principals fiscal year Tins cot is to be made

jn funds I outset by RussIa's injection of the involved do not heed the according to statements of the OOP

SUFFERERS! Democrats labeled the action as I Chinese situation into the conference summons the committee then leadership despite the fact that
however because J00500 ,-
'phony Heaven knows the Germanand win advise the naturalization these loans to cooperatives ate sesf-
74% BENEFITED )().000 of the propo9d saving represents liquidating and that REA has
reduced estfasates of tax refunds Austrian questions promised to and immigration service that it
_MI cfiotcal test by rcocue4 is free to act. Of 106 planned an extensive program to
The GOP members led by be more than the Big Four could congressmen
bring rural electrification to five mfl-
No Y. research orgaiiizatiaD who introduced baDs te this
Y. counteredwith thraah out at the meeting with the
Chairman Taber (N. )
HOB farmers within the next three
Al pSt t. .RQnt fburnma par session, only 1C hare asked for
L.LUI4; fau wet wnrp Lakd.Yb. the argument that insofar as U. S., Britain and France pitted years Ally slash most certanuy
..e4aa a.eteak.owr.. ibortmbteuill the will not be paid oat it Russia in trying to work the bearings under the row procedure -
tt...... kidpevi rdocgBvm.tiw; *!EeYa money against would curtail this vital necessity to
scan).d iw cd. w as '.u r ..Yr can be considered as a saving defeated countries taste their political farmers.In .

iMMMt ml M* ,VM onhr;Fnirr t r w Punuo frwd oi>fcJ bomuy: lit iwaattooa twit- Including the cuts, the house ap'proved and economic: pattern and yet AMBUSH: addition, a SO million dollar reduction

*. dolt had 1 o _BP.t t"kL: =- nini M a treasury appropriation make them militarily impotent far is contemplated in Tamers'

=-(5SC: v fn:._ 'Ln": : '.;:gut 1: M SI.671. 17,005-about one future aggression. Kill Rail CkirfComing Home administration created ccty

u3nt, tt .' ,. dnlg Lon less man it received for the
LtaM new +a'
last and
despite the thousandsof
... .-...., I year,
c.\I u.l. ) y; ,:" 'i.DEPENDABLE present fiscal year-aad poatoffice WORLD TRADE: out of the night a shotgun veterans clamor!:g for farms and
expenditures of over l.S0&G9t,000, blast ended the stormy career
homes under provisions cf fee pretest -
approximately 7 mlmon let nan for Truman Woos GOP af 55-year-old George P. McNear law. A 10 minion dollar redaction
president of the embattled Toledo.
,446.4FOREIGN
is contemplated in the roads
Declaring that political and economic Peoria and Western rauroad Five
: and trails funds of the bureau m!
BE AFFAIRS: relations go hand in band .00 caliber pellets struck him downas
forestry These roads are used inettir.r
President Truman appealed to a.1 be was taking a nightly walk
Hour of Decision ( lumber out of national for-
FOR 69 TEAKS! greas tar support of the admiI s 'aI near his home in a fashionable ests at a these when there is unprecedented -
The morth of March 197 -
promised tion's trade designed Peoria. 111. residential district.
crrad foreign program
Filthy f'I"a I
demand for more Jmn-
down of the most
Mdtv.4eeese and deatroy to go as one to improve bring standards McNear long had been to the

feed. CH'p.. momentous m U. S. history with abroad by increasing the exchange limelight as a result of turbulent
etxckrn& t.ve.tc<''. Uncle San standing by the crossroads Commerce D pt. Slashed
saarns u.wslothWrotai of goods and their production.nisoratim's. labor relations on his strategic little
'.1n.S of foreign policy, stepping The calls for redaction
IB sunning the railroad. serving as a bypass across program a
; ahead to play a decisive role m interns' of several Morin of dollars in the
$i.i ". foreign trade program so a speech Illinois for freight steering clear ofChicago
back
l.nal politics or stepping
3H 1 6IUGSISTSDior President Truman at Baylor university te Waco Tex. yards. The governmenttook appropriation: for the department cf

=:_..0_ In Washington. Mr Truman strongly urged the Republican over the property m 1942 after commerce almost the entire program
:00 ->ut! -.e: for congressional coas chcr of the rivers and harbors
WNU 14 ;3--4; majority in congress to McNear had resisted union demands and
ation an economic
back it up. He said that topartisansupport : on working rules and returned waterway improvement program
and pol1t.1caJam pro bad been developed for avternational it following cessation of hoe and a redaction of several rnilSojis

,,, to* relieve political policies and the tiboes But trouble persisted and for Veterans' administratioa.:
Britain the
; o re- I same support would have to bemustered two pickets were killed and three 0: coarse, the largest cut contemplated

FUSHESIiJ ., ''- sponsibiiin of protecting to make them effective wounded to a clash with an armed Is in the apprepriatiocs forthe
the
I : Anglo- through economic measures. tram crew near Gridley HI. mIt46. armed services, which likely win
American Interest
be around a billion dollars.
Women ia rjr rrfnnrttnnti Dos rbr T the }b aale East With the Republicans threateningto
'IDld'we pepectil" individualist, McNear While this congress is most certainly .
I restrict the administration A rugged
Corrrnnistrncroaccrnent
program
tar to women catIoN an tc sCer Jt against
'. .. ... the T. P. sit W. into a econoay-zsj2nde4 and there is
.ab5. 1>e.'o elf : .: :r 5k. ; ml1SC011" on the grounds of protectmgAmerican developed
Wed tf'eIUlp' TI:.t:: ,;. Lt 1 des LPmk.bam'a enterprise from "two a demand for a redaction ia gv-
the President'sspeech
v iadurtij.: profitable
tiro-at ; --x': r.o mre Secretaryo'
ere cucblor s:=.ywu.u : ;- .7W f .1 State Marshall I appeared to be aimed at streaks of rust" Less than two eram ratal expenditures on both

tons purpaceTakm re;ui rj-f' ;.,,': :' __'lXI' labored with t- Mgiiiiinii popular backing fer the months after bnyirg the road for is sides of tie to political lease,and the ben rub
JIOUBdel a build up .-- Mr. Tremaa three other DeIIt- II aatJan trade eoxfereace to t:* $1,300,090 in ISte, he pat it on a going com a white
.j ta.tdLL rea Tb ...... bat basis and kept it there even these redactions art gvUg. to fee
bar at the Bsgaad bdd is Ctaeva Switzerland April paying
reported bMMAt air a 'CJ ::reeteet mad when the eesunittee fU
eeea.taiale male Works rag'l1'Mf.ArL1Lcj r Four IB mapp>ag a German M, to iBniiriiifir harsftl trade bar. through the depression: when most
dews to spittle ssaroaristieas.Genu .
: ; t : %u tnan peace treaty. -infs. cf the carriers lost money.


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FOUK GLADES COU>TY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, MAUCH 'at, 1947

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at the second fleer.Coagratsiatnas log returns; having practically be screamed from the house t.. i
GLADES COUNTY -I II i ..
;Aft others win ceateed that such
1 1I doubled within the "past five years While i

DEMOCRAT I 4o the band for and in some counties taxes on certain a tax favors the large acreage

MOORE H4\E>. FLORIDA I the splendid showing they madein 1 Irt I individual properties hare increased owners, but Friable points cut that, -
- Searing last week- d. I had as much as four or five hundred the investor ia acreage is not going
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planned on going up Daa Griffith i i per cent to allow his land to remain forever
Entered May
a* second-das* matter.
t. 1)27 at the Poatoffice at Moore I had found a spot for me to ride in I I That the tax on property is approximately idle and when he sells the

Congress Haven, Florida.of March under 1. 18)7 the Act of his car, but the flu bugs which have ;I Box 2477 Diversity Station i 50% of the total property or pats It to use the
been panning me for several weeks Gainesville Kla amount collected by the State and transaction tax would sock him just

got close enough to nip that day I March 26, 1947 all its local subdivisions of govern as it does the fellow who sells a

PabiUhrd Every Friday By and I dragged home to bed. They Brent, which greatly exceed abilityto 150 lot
THE GL.CHFa PRINTIXl C{).. I.eo I Dear CUT:
CARR SETTLE. PablUhrrfcrriptl didn't take first place but they did pay aid the benefits derived from In the meantime another taxpayers -
such a darn good job all around I am writing a letter which I government group, the Florida TaxpayersAwociatiOa
-- hope will be printed in the Democrat hold its annual ;
that the judges said theyd be a That our present method of taxIng will
.. nat.... cinch next year if they keep on property on the basis of arbitrary meeting in Orlando this week and -
Our Year - -- .__, f&MMJ plugging And that'U take 'em to There has been organised on the capital assessment and a virtually will present ito program as a solution -

cis M..rb. _ ,_____ *| the state meet. Now a word of ap-I j 1 campus of the University .of Ftor1 unlimited millage levy by to the tax problem. I'p to -

j i predation to the folks in Searing Ida a "Coouuttee of C7, which I I I over-lapping units of county gov- the present,, this organization has

who took the kids into their homes consists of members from the various ernment, schools cities and various been very much opposed to the salesor
I for the night and fed them breakfast counties of the state. It is the special taxing districts is completely transaction tax and it would b?
next morning The band mem- purpose of this committee to Inform outmoded. interesting M see what they will

fJvIEANDEWNGS I bers were so well treated that the public as to the need of They call upon the 1947 Legislature recommend as the answer to our

By Carr Settle they've talked fully as much about the Iniventty: if It is to serve the to effect by legislation the present outmoded s>stems .

I the hospitality of their hosts as youth of our state fa the manner eliniaattoa of our preaeat out- \ taxpayers belatcaiy concern

they have about the contest. which it should moded system through the provision themselves with the matter of

Congratulations to the poll of4als -I The Student Government at the for a general transaction tax mounting taxes. the eo* ,rnn ent
in Tuesday election. Six A sad goodbye from ail of us to I University has adopted the following and the broadening of the tax base 1 t.ilaid well its foundations fo

he precincts had counted and the I Glades Count)'s oldest (we are policy and goals: the tax on property to be based on additional revenue The Governorhas

\A were in the courthouse before I told) resident this week as Grandma 1. Acceptance or the permanent the definite and limited percentageof bluntly advised that we will

,.!, o'clock and the polls didn't ( Farnam's life ended shortly after building program of the University the gross revenue derived from need millions more for w hooK :

.,'", until seven Yes it was a I noon on Wednesday in toe Pa- of Florida, as set out in the publication tat use, in lien of the present in- health welfare and other essential
ord ofnine sort but also a hokee Hospital. Her's had been a "Report to Floridians." equitable and reactionary capital assessment governmental activities aDd budget ;

t + ('iii >O : IIf them in the complete, an active, a useful life 2. New permanent dormitoriesto and millage levy demands of practically every Mate :'.

:,t ,r,' ('OBI and she had been a part of the com- house 1,990 students, at an estimated In advancing the suggestion thata department have been sharply increased -

I -uppose Flake i was electi -I munity for so many years that it cost to the State of Floridaof general transaction tax be imposedto As it stands now nobody _i

,i he was i Ting Hugh Jones will be difficult to believe that she 11,000000, which will be self- replace ad valorem, editor Fris- objects to a tax on th.> OTHER fellow i

;.\ .ibout two and a half to one the is really gone. Grandma Farnamwas liquidating bie frankly admits that many who but they howl about any ta''f-

,_-I report I got and most of the ninety last September bat a 3. Co-education the University are politically minded will assail the that hits themselvcA sa'eor '1

preutcts were In. Since we get stranger, seeing her for the first,I of Florida. proposition as a "vicious sales tax' transaction tax is deigned" to hit
\ally one daily from that section time a few months prior to that 4. Unequivocally opposed to the and that the time honored political everybody including the OTHER 1)

..:II% more and our edition is printed birthday would never have believed removal of any college or department -I i bally-hoo that such a tax will fellow and it may happen to us at 1

.'!out chicken-roosting tine we've that she was so old. Her daughter- or the lessening of the functions .. penalize the poor working man, will this session '::

).. "n unable to get any final report in-law Mrs. Margaret Parnam expresses ; of any college or departmentof _u_________ .",
'-n it yet the feeling of most of us the University of Florida. -

New stand by for another eleci who had known her so many years 5. At the present time Florida .
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i ion next Satnrday week when there in the tribute published elsewhere needs and can adequately support

Mil t 1 be only oae eaMl te'a name in this issue only one universityIn order to

in the ballot A lot of malarkey provide a worthy institution HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN

but I guess it is necessary The city commission took a cou- : not'I I

-- ple of very radical steps at a spec- .

This, in brief is a story of a ial meeting Tuesday night and it's The University was designed for!I : 'D' MILKAnd i
teak roast which was attended by rather difficult to foresee what dire I 2,500 students bat has over 7,000'I

a couple of on-the-spot young men events such action may Induce. enrolled at the present time. Considering -
std a group of visiting firemen and First was the preparation of an the rate of growth of our Other Alta Products ;

__.. Since a fire is needed for operating budget for the fiscal year state it has been estimated that the

a steak rout and BO wood was beginning April 1. second was the. university will have a permanent AVAILABLE AT YOUR .
available it was only natural that catting of the bond millage which enrollment of at least 6.000 !!!u-

hate posts could pressed into serv will give relief next year to the I' dents. It is evident, consideringthese GROCERY AND
lee. Bat they left clues behind anda city homeowners bat will not be figures, that the physical facilities a
couple of sad and sweating young felt by others Our city attorney at the university must be
men labored diligently we are told. wasn't present when the budget was increased if it to to provide for edu DRUG STORE

at the unfamiliar task of building nude or the millage set and if he ration needs of the youth of our
fence later in the week. doesn't pull some legal rabbit out state.
of the hat it.11 be operating soon '
In closing I would like to add
FroM the number of visits being It took a lot of straining to make t
that this is no time for ignorance or
m4e by son** of our young ladiesto the anticipated revenues cover the
indifference Florida must keep
dentists of the area (or perhapswe anticipated expenses and after we .
abreast of other states in education
should -My recently young had afttfcipttted here and anticipated if -
its citise&s are to hare an
ladies) the local grocers are going there and added ten per cent for
even chance in life.
to have to stock a tremendous supply luck ",'e still lacked several hundred
of soaps and baby foods for a bucks. So we sliced the bond mill- SincerelyELMER, Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and
t.... age and raised the operating mill- -- CLOSE. ;
West Palm
Beach Fla.
age to make the overall, total the if
JIM Ripley came back throughTaeacUy it has been In other :
same as .
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but ....'t stop Had he words the homeowner will pay less -- s;

tarried we could have given him a taxes; others will pay the same they

"feaihtve-it-or-not' that most of us would have paid had the millage Too Late To Classify

have given little thought to. And been left as It was I
that is: There is now a-bnilding in
Ry RUSSELL KAYLast
the town of Moore Haven the first It may not be too late to start compare

building with a basement ever constracted but I wish that I had kept a recordof -----o.-o... :.:..,................................_.. ...1
in the Everglades If all the rumors the "I know for a

we're wrong prove it and we'll re- certain' statements and all the reasons I week in Polk County a group

tract the statement That will and excuses advanced, regarding : of grim and determined taxpayers

Mm a little ridiculous to northern the construction of the sugar pat their heads together and decided -
readers who have never been here mill, for it would have made a very to do something about taxes ildfl 7 ilr1/
hat the depth of the old lake bed interesting document to have placedin Largely responsible for the,

at the site of the new building beta the cornerstone of the new plant I gathering was the editorial pea of I .

pat up by L. M Lilly was about Incidentally folks some of the sugar a country editor-Loyal Frtsbte of AND YOU'll NEVER BE SATISFIED WITH LESS
ate feet below the street lino Water firm officials are scheduled to the Polk County Democrat who
rarely comes up that high in be here sometime next week. Mavbe
pointed out in the
| columns of his RE-VERSO-ROL
this corner. if ever so the concretebasement they'll have some definite news for paper that while everyone went More fherovgh washing

was planned and built. as; maybe they're just coming for around griping and talking about and rinsing.
If it floods a little will be the _
pump plane ride We're all anxious
taxes did
nobody anything about it. ROTO-DRIER
provided to take out the water. of coarse, bat it's far too early yet *
Calling attention
to the fact that Tamp drift, drlplttt,
>>r. LIlly may have the biggest to believe that has
anything happened !
|another legislative session was about ready tot the fin*. '
and the finest building bat 111 bet to change their original plans t't.
to
convene he urged that the i TOP-FIL-DOR
peo-
Ki Landys new building has had even though the frost did prevent *
pie of his
community and No
county bending
or
stooping
the benefit of more kibitsing during -I them having to rush so much
take the lead in voicing the -ft' waist high
Its building Yesterday we saw feelings I
of the
people themselves re.
Dae Draughn and Orson Bond i\-I Tit ,..er\atlve movement in the SAFTMATCHProtects
r question of mounting taxes and acquaint -/ careless ,. ,
Bftg It the once-over at the second t'nittd t.ltPffor the protection and finger
the legislature with their end hands.
Story level and imagine that most j duel .prn' nt of our natural resource I -
I ideas as to what should be done I
HYDRO-PEL
Tory citizen has visited the works! *, such as forests, lands, mineral about it.Expressing. DRIVE
a few time Even: I toiildnt resist land. ah'r npplif was started in I S I themselves as in full and rinsing cyci*.
dabbling the concrett I ltil. l
in a 1-1 "''v President Theodore Roose-
while the ho mi uah.<'rts 'J, .l! \, 1 I' accord with a tax suggestion ad-I LARGER CAPACITY : r
I vanced by the Florida y
_______u__ Prena 10.11 pounds dry ",.f,,,,.
wx-lation in its
presented at the reromltleadatioes'I GREATER ECONOMY
I Governors /
press Save .se of hot wafer
lOOp, .'.ctrk", .
BETTER BUILT TO DO A BETTER J08


I methods complete of modernisation taxing property, of nameUIn the: I sr '"41' Just Laundcrtll pot add does fresh ready for the line-end
it all automatically Then La....
I place of the present ad .-'.--.. soap Sip the derail even cleans and shot
FLAMINGO II itself off'!
'I'm 1 levy on real the-I|
\ estate based switch and your Come in for s demonttrttioa today
lorf'tit-ally on an assessment of 100 ; waay work it done.. l.aunderall Once yonve seen Lsaaderstl wish ,
>roent of its takes over tram,
market value which t there-washes clothes
sptrklmj dean-dewy ,
double ** .
rinses
I goal I is not and cannot be achieved aDd spin dries clothes joull never be satisfied with less.
(-rt n b\ conscientious !
assessors I
recommend that all Florida real I f-

DAIRY fEED ,Y1"-1.11",..<. h ic" .me taxed which,exclusively tt product on they I' Launderall

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I : i i( iple was advocated by the'I'
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N '..'I Coal Estate Tax Confer

Roughage and Concentrated Feeds Ua-hington. D. C.. Apnl! i, D
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THE
Th.: -\ COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRY 4t (Jf
point out that the 01'DHI
Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users ,In. us,.. and development of prop '

I mv Is the basis of all sound, I
economic -
FOn SALE IV TIllS \KK\ VT mII\"DIU'lIXG PLANT IN Immediate
MOORE HAVEN progress and any situation Delivery .
retards full and proper use and

VVOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) state development and its is future.detrimental to the II Home Appliance Co.

MOORE RAVEN, FLORID* That taxes oa property in the ,
State of Florida have reached the

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MARCH 2X, 19.&:
GLADES COUXTY DEMOCRAT
t ___ PACK: FTFat

, , ... ..... , , ,
,", ,*,*,+**" *<"**<* Eggs from Wayman'sI the date at ft { FOR S4LE--Otie baby bed. both-
r-
I I Mea ""'ItR. 4-lerer spniigs

I I Win Five Prizes SNOOPF.K: with iaawaarix mattrea. singlefotsVawajr

Who has Dean eoauag over to M. had wit mattreaa,

i < PERSONAL cud SOCIETY At Gainesville ShowEggs I H. reg larl> : Better stay home prewar haitoam tire bicycle. girl Can

Jake. he seea at Herbert Click. Lake

! V from the What happened to Dot and Tom-, pert.
nleyarman | lip
t i i I and Jacob Heflin poultry farms in IDle last Friday night? Could it
i
\ =-=" ".':.':-",-- -_ ...t. ....!". .",._._."", ._._._-._"",._._._. "" ,,,,..,,"",,,--,__ ."--.-" ''the 1947 Florida Baby Chick andEgg bare been a Sohrtac girt? .

P. E. i ; i Show held March 14. IS aDd What did Opal lose Tuesday aft- j ntH..H Hfiiis POR tL13--WaejL
Lundy WM a baataoss ...-\j Mr. and Mrs. t Wilson moved i j ji
tor is Miami yeaterday.Sioa the 116 at the University of Fiorida in eraooaT Better hang oa to those i| caatomers wanted. S ee a dozes
i put week-end to Fort Pierce to j thugs. Mra. A.
1 make their home. Mr and Mrs. !I Gainesville took five prize, the Waggerby. l t c.hc'iT

State aa.Bt the week-en John Brown took them there !f Wayman exhibit four and the Hef Wonder where all the kids went j
IB Lake lin exhibit Monday night Beard they met !
Wale one. FIVii- OQM MOC>N, bath
j I This naked close to a (' someone very i.......... !
Mrs. comalMely tarnished. :
$4.7r.O
A. O. Bowdeahel underwentan j
II,. and Mra. Y. Akera were operation at Arcadia Hospital rifle producer who captured five J What little gal admires a certain More land available. 1 % miiessoata

in Naples oa fcaataeaa Wednesday.Arthar Monday morning and is reported to places but his included some firsts bov with a little bleed mus- : aat Moore Barea H. Moser
'be No other farm entered came near ache? Could it be Jessie? j jAh.
recovering nicely. However sbe -
.fiarron was a business I to this record. Jimmy: So you got your I
will be hospitalized for tbre- week I
visitor is Tampa over the week- lul. The Wayman Farm entered two date with Ana. Bravo! I.. 81:1. mAi7
and will spend another two weeks am-faaLs
I dozen extra: large and two dozen really proud of 'ou. \
visiting a sister in Bartow before ...
Mr. and Mm. L. E. Faraam and; returning home. Mra. John Brownj large eggs and every dozen took a I Arthur. Doyle and Dealt tel as I ..... t !WeI'IfhI'
second or third prize ThHef- they had a wonderful time in 5eb-
Mrs Ida Ha
we tinted in PahokeeWednesday. j took her to Arcadia Saturday. :'nt\'ETORS
I lin Farm entered a dolt n fart f dud ring Although Doyle and Dean i' ATH7 BTICS I1csrnuct'oer
a dozen medium taking second >< that they didn't know whether :-< >u < n LJNEMENi
REBCKAMS: E. JOT RllttiO : "li not they would thf' i 1Luuice iN>Tit TICK W> .::K
medium
; piafc or. !get : '
Misses Wanda Toder and Irene i PARTY AFTER i iI I AF.tlVi'i >*E .nRF."t ;t.\
MEEnXCiI
Scott were hoagie The show .as spons-o't-d t > thv R is now swodini: I .;, .tieZt1I\{1il'Tt'1 :\
from I
Stetson Cniersitj ___
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| a man with a black h.V. ,' ( \\>
\ in DeLand for the week-end Bloc! and Bridl? Cot:! "f thf iTs- mustai : KIN tERK.<
I The Rebekah Lodge following! i j v.- ; tr of Florida an-i i th.i .- :ot ai; : is this A new fad! VnMi'Ki-

Mrs Ceeile tbe regular meeting Tke$da> night j i oultryn.en have retthed letters, of j ji 1 I SHN: i ,\ N- BRSTKl
'
Brooks and Mrs K J -i STKF.l. \\ ,', Ip.-
Banmgardner spent the week-end in |: enjoyed a bingo party at whi< h Sirs i commendation from th* fib turj PDISOX.-\UT\ ; \\ 1. \;! BRIl\-!
West i i Ceo. Sturgis. Mrs. John Brown. Sire their successful participation. Answer to last week: Robert; \r: : ", r ski'I' / ." ( .
Palm Beach.Mr .
1|Joe Van De Veld> and Mr P E I Dupree '; ,j time d,,!" t n. .\
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!: It to k. ; aim
Lundy hostesses sandwiches This week ] ..
were serving we decided to put our am." '! ep .
*. Mike Caerra of Tampa If and coffee to the following j;t spring full-blown from any one best-known young lady in. Boys i ;.:;"r"'j'; to etr.. .t" th-r.
di-I 1 oft- init
this I
r".1,1un
spending ; +
week with her parents members and guests; I 1 j jMrs. I' covery. and the process isn't cone from miles and miles to just ", it lint; 1 cano

Mr. aad Mra. W. D. Barron. Sweet Peep2e Mr and Mrs !j ed." says Sterling. "Rather. took in those brown eyes and to 3*. inclusive M7 .-rcont (",'-

bright future of the "Glades as a I ran their fingers through her )
C. C. KlaUs Mrs. W. T. Ball. Mn.1 New. higher pa} ,od, d..:
Mra. J. W. Craai returned the j W L. Wetherington. Mrs. Paul Wilson. producer of livestock as well aet brown hair hut for some reason mp quartrrs, d.nt..i i .> .... ..leal. car
tint of the week from a"isit of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins. t vegetables is built up step by stepthrough they never can find her. Her favorite j make the Army .c, ..m eboiee. r:
.'
.ar
tall "f Rights .j n.!
I t
several weeks in Tampa and Brooks-I Mrs. M. A. Summers. Mrs J C painstaking scientific research pastime is= eating shrimp! andthen f..r th...,. wh,. s.r''fr' .' Serve at ltII"'

Tllle. Swindall. Mrs. John Sexton: Invited long-range engineering and to a movie l and as a final Mop :'re. monthh< >| -. Tidal termir..
"
'' of w ir
in for refreshments from a city bold pioneering.The I the courthouse suits her fine This Thr---t-.r n..,..U. -.)U allow en(. .
Mn. R. T. Heffner and son. Mike. commission meeting were: Mrs. dramatic storv of bow Ro> young lady has also had her heartbroken i of branch of jKrrtctfrom those .si I
of Miami I. Bair agronomist at the Everglades I recently but ', p-n and o\rr."t.a* theater from th..*
are visiting this week with Lob Sheridan P. E. Lund>. Mark we hope with open quotas <5t detail on Jvrm :
her parent, Mr. sad Mn. Fred Greene and Carr Settle. Experiment station developed "Big ; Danny will be able to fix that. :: \ > r"tivennt plan and othrnrtv > '
I
Flsadfiii. Joe." a high-yielding corn put together fri-m th. I' S Arm Rt-cruit.: :
I t "' .' pn
hurriedly to meet urgent | '
mom PICNIC t"OftI...; -., cldle in Rooa ron-
I
Mr. aid ..... wartime,needs for feed grain is a1s 1 .'"m. h'. i lildnt..ST :
Bay yo r..1 dition St- .] fir. flu; K l.a> .i>': t ,, I tLM tE'H FI..R!!. \
Dorothy waUamaaa aid Mte Wanda The young people's choir of the told Long-range: work is progressing -
i on h brid corn especially designed -
Yoer were viators Saturday in Baptist Church enjoyed a pkr.ir and > j
Wean Pate B. .. barbecue at the barbecue pits at to go with new grasses i -
Another development detailed IF I
I I the home of their pastor Rev John
how Panpola. of the I
Miss Wyteae Wood one new grasses
and Stanley Moore following choir rehearsalTuesday
Aaatia of Fort Myers visited Friday night. was imported from South! Africa GENERAL ELECTRIC

and Saturday with Mte Wood's sisMr. -I I Those attending were: Margie About ten years ago the Department -

Mrs. Mack Green and brother. Cram Jeseie Brannan. Joy Sum- of Agriculture of the Union APPLIANCES AND SERVICE
E. Wood. of South Africa made a collection of
Mali
I I mers. Peggy Stalls. Wanda Howdeshen. -
I Ana Realey, Jimmy Don Wil promising grass varieties, and MAYTAGAPPLIANCES
..... Prime Minister General Jaa Smuts
Phyllto Ethertoa and Martha son. Jimmy Cram. Doyle and Rupert
sent President Roosevelt samples of
Dowd left Sunday for DeLand Ball. James Langdale. Arthur Wo-

where they hare entered Stetson mack. BIll Massey. Baby Bowen.Mra. twenty-five of them. The samples AND SERVICE
found their the Florida Sta-
Untwrafty for the way to
remainder of the R. T. Ahem and Rev. Moore.
echooJ ... J.._' I tion at Gainesville aad were tested
... *
.. General Electrical
TfUWTFK there. Plots of Penguin spotted Contracting

Mra. W. L. Bryant entertained over the state proved it to be highly -
versatile. Line Fluorescent Fixtures
with a birthday dinner for herhillni I shall coast my life well speat.If. Complete

......... *tt'members when It is finishedIt

of the family and Mra. Charles can'he said of me as baa beta -sass-rata--- Moore Haven Appliance Co.E. .

ttarttac of Fart Myen were te BUt of her. This world la a much I

ta 1saa. .-a.- Y Better place ta which to live because 1 SCHOOL DAZESTAFF I C. ByrdNOTICE
t She has passed this way/*

Mr. and ..... Ralph Wood had, ta tender remembrance of j I

aa laacheoa guests Sunday Mrs. i iHarriett j Mother Farnam. Editor Dean lleflin|

Mardoek. Mr. and Mrs. C.1; Margaret Farnam. I .\-'ate Kdttor Hettie ltot>in.'onSpattc I
........
.
1'. Mnrdoc and family: Mr. and -'- '" .

Mm. J. A. Mardock and family and !! Article On Glades Cfcr Clapton 11

.... W. S. Shields, of Wauchula | Tommy Wayman

Mr. and Mra. E. F. Mcllwain and. Cattle In April PIe& onaIIUea _- Opal RaatersonGaaaaws

eIItldl'flllf Pahokee and Kenny Wamleevu l1cl rslt6tn I

Mnrdook of MOOT Hav''r Country Gentleman Rarer T. Jean Itapree
Ruth done I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -

": Fv (rglades' growing cattle Typists Kettle RoNmsonIoyie I
: -" 1= given national recogni- I Ran : For the past month I have been bothered -

irticie in the April tease 1 i Jean pvpree' down
with hogs tearing poultry
my
v Ger.-tVwnaa which de- 'Silos or .. Miss Hot WllliauwoaBV I

!>. ftclRtific t advancementsmade fences into chicken houses
I getting
&I BI tail ewErl'c my ,
th industry pos-

i I \ nit EDITOR i iI throwing my chickens off lay. Effectivethis

nine: autt'! .>r of the consider myself rather forH i
ar-'I nate in attending the First Annual i date, I will not be responsible for the
NP 1Sun \0' 'f-s din no longer is
.." I. Contest of district two held in eb-I!
.< "dea' .ra for cattle. safety of hogs found on place.
ring Marrh 21. 12: All that I saw f any my
r:1;:t. I ] .xk >d ofine fati I
Friday night was splendid rind my
I
1"RJ.n cr. remarkably nutritious new
\1'! \ -
a only regret is that I warn t :;?kto. I.
il -i;>; caved erase* a comblaai"i -I Stanley Wayman
tit it 'E"Ed"
t hat ha paned Capable of pro- be present Saturday i iI
\\ 1:1, ,,' j ; ,: -,',. 1 tot feel that those of you who did i
TC ;S 1'\. toi and even ap __ ," .EY"I1! _
not attend missed one of the spec-i'
\U-.V. ofTnec T2!O \S :"n (" pounds of h.*f per acre per
1 talked ; tar) events of the sear It rave in* i iII
> .ir' he coatinues "And
Wed.pril 1-2 with mpn who have made financialkillings ,: proud feeling? of Moore Raven seeIng -
flatly little band leadinc-:
oar:
jn bp
"THK WKSTKRMK" these past few yw
with iJary Co.perCartoon production (If vegetables in tbf"int..r the procession of a dozen hands: ont' j See and Buy The
Fireman's
Field
gardetiland. but who DO.art" ,
ratting their fertile jet-black mm-V All th bands murched a ield to the grandstand where they [
soils to.w beef-bnfldlng gras"i'CI [
Fri Sat April 4-5 111'11 as Paneola. St. 'un..tlnp. formed a sf'nio'lrcle'eral piee-' 1 1a j Willys JeepSugarland

.. ere pia ed by a riass band combindti''i j
H...HTiFRONTIERSMAN" ';cars or Coastal Bermuda. Th+
see beef-DO'- that they cannhave : ; whi'? the majorettes proper !
'
with Char s :'tarrt'tt'HOP
Uu.rk\ at twirling batons anti
rood pastures -a* one of the
\RRir! \N" No. fi safes lon -ra_ bets Ha the T.lader doing stunt I '. /L at

"This a!iot>ndlTig transformation The bands returned to the gate I

!..1.i '' J JI be ju djs
to tea minutes. f
MotorsAsk
I We were all proud of our aehoo! I

band for winning fond division in j

I claw "D". !
I IXJOW'
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Get the Habit of Shopping at II I 9KXHNI I for A Demonstration. You'll Be

I Charlotte Clarion I

The Senior hate been very. ei-j Astounded at the Versatility of This

cited this week orpr the few plansfar I
h'
t f the Junior-Senior banqvet we New-Type Vehicle
ha\e Wen able to overhear. With !

l P I th. excitement of who to larite to,

Store"I. : the prom aad wondering if we can

talk our parent into getting as anew I NEED A NEW BATTERY?

formal we've been bay.

I We have plans for a box capper I

sometime soon Watch the paper for
{ We have in a new shipment of genuine


Tk' first acrieaHaTai experiment j I Auto-Lite Guaranteed Batteries

Purchases $10 More station in the tilted State waa estahttahed ;;
Easy Terms on or
at Weateraa aatverdty.M1d .|

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J! NEWS Kathleen Norris Says : GbiLSLSo Some people can't? stand


; ( prosperity, and many of as
j
Jnl "* No Money of Her Own can't get any to stand.

BtHIND ", Work hard and save you

v '>1i BeD Syndicate.-WNTJ Features. money. Then when you are

o old you can have the things
TAGEsCREEN.c.MD'IO
THENi\1
that only the young can enj y.

Released to weave Nt w>. pt'rnlOJ> Many persons who pose as

By VIRGINIA VALE fountains of knowledge are intellectually -
DyPAULMLlOHReleased nothing more then
talented Debo-
AFTER seeing' little squirts.A .
fine performancein
tr Western Newspaper Union. good way to keep a wed
the "The Adventur-
thrilling
/ III. ding ring bright is to soak It
FOOD PRICES EXPECTED TO
ess" it is easily understandablewhy tints
in bet dishwater three
cast ITAY AT PRESENT LEVELS
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer WASHINGTON. The la .. department ., every day.
her Clark Gable in "Theliuckxters"
opposite has been ardently fanning An alder man gives away
Garbo Dietrich Berg-
fe. fears of another food pr: e inflation. advice to ywager uses after
an-now Kerr. who already rates A United Press dispatch said: it is too late to use it WaaeL i
Adventuress
right along with them. "The -
"A labor department spokesman
," a J. Arthur Rank production -
predicted the cost of living will
de
released by Eagle-Lion is .
climb to a new price record peak by
lightful. Sorret.n.es. :t's a thriller
worthy of HIll -> ock. s ,metimes the end of June. The department a Change Your WeightFor

It's tndcrlui: t r. Tae: cast, reported that on January 15, retail Beauty's Sake
food prices 30 cent higher
of course :- t. tine scenery were per
than on the corresponding date a

year ago." On the basis of this supposedly

official although anonymous ToV

interpretation of the Chicagoin Rio

reases in hog, corn and wheat Vhi'C

t- market figures a break occurred in \ ..
the New York stock market. Natu- c:9"Cookie
(
ral' Wall Street traders whettedt (

: f'- fears that food price increases

'j cause another round of wage

Ire< rcases:: in coal steel, autos and seed, *imt hue big nU m lie, th,HI, sad uterimg i* urprit-
the ,ther spring contracts awaiting imply Jim ".
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rt e\\al and thus break our econ-

OR:> up into a still higher inflation- By KATHLEEN NORRIS 1 t tUlVIY

ary.. ifvel. if not break the accepted HUSBAND is a won- A FIRM HAND ON

t S"Me program entirely. man in every i THE PURSE STRINGS

Actual facts of the matter de ," writes a Try The Mirror Tai
not justify all these fears. Indeed -
Texas wife "but he never lets Madeline hat
The only thing
_. .. they fall so far short .f I'\f BET the wife, boys I"! Wish
- -- Justification you mi ht hastily me handle any money. We live against her husband it that be 1that were your husband

DEBORAH KERR conclude offhand that the unions in my old home, an enormous doesn't lit her handle money.Everything popping his buttons with pride?

and the labor department most old place, which Gordonrecent- the buys must H on Why not shed those extra pounds

Ireland, the Isle of Man-is beautifuL be throwing their pressure ly has freed from a heavy mort- credit. At the end of the month now? You can diet your way to

And Miss Kerr, who has thetowage weight behind the food price Increases gage, so that strictly speakingmy beauty easily and pleasantly.
so they can collect another mother feel him the be scrutinizes every bill carefully,
to look plain as well( as might And you needn't starve in the process
wage increase. This nay and questions her about item either. Yon CM achieve a Htke term
wry beautiful, gives a performanceto rightful owner. Our family includes any figure eating three satisfying meals a day
be enjoyed, and better, to be stand foolish to some, and possibly Mother, my four chil- that seems to him unnecessary or even dessert*--M you know which foods t
remembered.Jean it is not tree, yet yeu can I to choose.
.
find some evidence in the government dren and a brother recently discharged xIrMIIg" ,

-.-- itself to substantiate from the service beCause They have jour children, so You'U find dozens of helpful hints as*
. recipes. a I.-day diet and complete cat-
of health.
Hersholt the "Dr.
kindly such a sHSphlon. poor
Madeline carol work outside to one charter Mr booklet. "Caws* Yes
Christian" of the CBS Wednesday The government has been warty.Ing :| "Gordon likes a generous table I I Weight tar Be****** Sake" Send 35 cents
tm pin Her mother end coin to Weekly Newspaper Saiihs. M
show his first movie money.
job
eight got farmers against over-produo- and wants his children nicely W. ITtk St., New lork 11. N. Y. Prta
ta Hollywood in 1919 not because tion, which certainly had lent encouragement i; raised pays dentist school department brother alto are Kfing wish them your name, address, book' 'l t title

he could act, but because he owned :, to food production I| store and grocery bins will- for the present, to there is a large
a dress soft, tuxedo, spats, derby
deficiencies Actually it has advised high/, but he checks every item, family to care for. They live m
aod cane. He received an of $15 a s I
rwrek t: against accelerated production ofbeef and makes me feel like a beggar as a big old mansion in Texts, a WhenYourlnnards"are
cattle although the figures I
: I explain a long-distance call or a and comfortable home.
K which it bases such advice roomy
The cast of "This Is Hollywood," upon seem to be wrong, Inasmuch as i, charge at the florists. He never lets I Gordon has paid off the large Crying the Blues

cambering close to 30 of the film I they do not calculate the increased me know how we stand mortgage on it, so he is virtually

Capitol's people converged on population and increased demand but about twice a ftnancia11y'1
tap the owner, although title is itMadeline's
Salt Lake City for the recent premiere likely In a period of widespread | ask for it, he gives me,$

of "Ramrod" via all modem availability of money such as we I i oftener I don't get it. This money i ii ij mother's name.

methods of transporation. Some are In how. Worse than that the j i covers carfare, children's ice''!I Madeline says she feels like a

went by plane, some by train government actually has createdthe cream, library books, stamps, a I child without any spending
otters by automobile. The reason shortages in wheat by its export hundred small things. I am always v
for the to make and to continue b I ". Gordon gives her about
splitting group was program, expects conscious of not having money for j
certain that talent nucleus would' $10 a month to cover everything
do
a so. a casual telegram, a lunch downtown :; kI \ r
be on hand no matter what the stamps, carfare, candy for the c
A HANGOVER FROM OPA DAYS a magazine. +
weather happened to be. I I
-t= Despite this evidence, I do not "Before my marriage I earned children. Before she teas married

accuse the government of fostering good money, put my brother Madeline earned a good salary, WHCN CONSTIPATION makes yom Mpsvk ,
Bryan Foy will personally supervise the food price increases to encourage through college and supported my'' and with it she supported her u the dickens,brines ta sssSMcfcsect t
"
"Red Stallion, which may outclass the wage demands of its strongest parents. My father was never a successful 1 s ur tasks, gassy daKMsisft
"Smekey" and "Thnnder- father and sent her brother take Dr. CaUwsTs astwu ntHtma
following. The truth of the mat business man and my

bead," predated trader his supervision ter seems to be they are merely mother was of the old school that through college. qsjckly, lAd psO help the you trigger feel oa batkt taty "iavmaroV. *.*

at 2 Bth Centery-F There'llbe taking advantage of an abnormal knew nothing of management. I was I Miss Morris replies that Gordon cfeifcer tgun.

animal battle steaes that have and temporary situation in foods in a fitter in our smartest frock shop, j I DR.CALDWELL is tie woe4ufs. !ua-
is conscious the
never before been attempted in a order to further the union demand. so that today I can make all my i i ii of heavy Uiabve contained in pod sM."rep
a picture. burden be must bear lie is aware Pepoa to make it s. easy to tak*.
this clothes and of
The actual food situation is : daughters' most my
--*- 'own and mothers. We do all the'j' that Madeline is inclined to bea MANY DOCTORS use papas yrs.*,.- .
Farmers require about a I c:
year
lions in prescriptou to make the meat-
Richard Benedict, who plays the and a half to develop a new pig housework and manage the vege free spender so be bos taken one more palatable and agreeable to

bouncer hi Columbia's "The Guiltof crop. Only about seven months table garden and chickens. Of ;i the only means be knows to preserve take. So be sure you laxative U contained
...
Janet Ames," is really Joseph have elapsed since OPA went course it is true that all the neces-I the financial stability of bis in Syrup Prpll

Sciurba, an Italian. He got his start off, ending the confused condition sities of gracious living, ctOth@S'1 household. There are many mays, tonics INSIST ot ON million DR.*CALDWtll.'s-tM for SO years,and feel-

by hanging around East Coast stu- of the farmers which In- food, laundry and so on. Miss Norris says, for a woman that wholesome relief from constipation.
dios as a youngster. One day Al duced them to avoid full hog managed on charge Madeline is Erea finicky children lore it.
as to
Christie, looking over a crowd of production. The crop of last that never gives me the pleasure of situate little earna CAUTION:Use only u directed.
borne
prospective extras, singled him out spring has Just about all been spending. I'I money at such as

and asked if he spoke Spanish. "Si, sold, and the fall crop (started Pride Hurt by Dependence. making home-made jelly and DR. (CA1DWELtSSENNAIAXATIV'E

buono" said Richard, in his best after OPA) has not come in yet "Spending!" this letter finishes 1 I cookies or some novelty like rag

Italian, and they gave him the part. so we are at an In-between period "It real ToI I dolls.
is. a pleasure, isn't it?
-+-- on hog production. Furthermore -
feel that you can have a book or a

Michael Woulfe, fashion creator kets have, been deliveries abnormally at mar-low taxi or a lunch downtown without I COH1AJ. ae SYRUP PEPSI
He Fears
under contract to William Cagney, that feeling of utte. flatness and Extravagance.
because of
says he's rapidly going nuts. At snow and wintry emptiness in your purse. rye argued BiDs he win pay." because he can
RKO he's designing clothes for weather (much of the deliveries with Gordon about it, but I glance over these and check items U. S. Savings Bonds
these days being by track.) 1
while be is perfectly amiable be is that
Laraine Day and Judith Andersonfor seem unnecessary or wasteful
"Tycoon"; at Eagle-Lion he's Actually we had a good corn inflexible, too. and treats me as if But, inasmuch as your father was The Best Investment

dressing Sylvia Sidney and Ann low crop but last year. The hog crop And is I was merely a child. My children, I improvident, and you, evidently. --- --

Richards for "Love From a Stranger yet undeveloped. by the way, are aged 8, 6. 5 and 1, spent all the money you made as

," and at U-I he's whipping up we cannot bow anything about so that there is no question of my fast as you made it, be is apprehensive -

frocks for Ava Gardner for "Singa- the coming season's productionuntil earning money again for some that things will get out cf hand. 1/I/uJS4/tA7.

pore." Ran up a taxi bill of $107.15in fall, so we must conclude time. For years I was the main sup- When be moved into your old homehe MI san mu lu run M

no time at all, dashing from one that If the farmers go ahead port of my father and mother; as I had a mortgage to handle; his RHEUMATISMNEURmSLUMBAQO

studio to another. So he decided to normally they will produce say, my father was unfortunate in married life began with heavy obli

learn to drive, and on his first dayas enough hors to keep us away his business affairs and became gations.It .
i
from further inflation. .. ...
a motorist was hauled in by a completely --pe ndent s...me: years would seem that in so large a
cop for improper parking. If pork! chops go to $1 or $1.25 s before his death. I miss the sensa- I house you and your mother might r
pound in this interim period the tion of '
having money of my own
---+-- find a source of income that you
cost of living need not increase for and
my pride is hurt by complete
divide
might rightfully
as your own.
Radio announcer Den Wilson has most people in the I feel ,
except government dependence. that a wife is a ILtSiEO lUtltrUrt
Fitting up an apartment, or takingin fcRINCSr
been signed as narrator for scenes statistics.WE .
money-earner, too, especially when ,
children for
in Columbia's "The Corpse Came overnight board are *twttt*!MI...*.11.S Mi UM I IUlIMh ..
she gives a man the four children
two of making ar III MU U tUUIII*
HAVE ENOUGH WHEAT easy ways money
C.O.D. George Brent Joan Blond who will some day be such a comfort but other profitable things are B at MM tall vna r n m._*n tare I
very
Wheat I
ell and Adele Jergens bare the leading is a somewhat different ..
and delight Other women done housewives [.ira nn te. *.JHiimati set mars;
being by today
roles in the thriller-about a story, but to the same effect. Last inthen
surely have had this
problem; can
own homes. Two old sisters I
we had 100 million bushels -
series of murders with a Hollywood year
you give me any hint as to how it i know weave beautiful table runnersin
carryover at the end of the
studio background. crop "
be solved?
year, and this year the milting may : peasant colors; a California family
--+-
people are alarmed because official- Other women-many hundreds of{ is supporting itself making C010SUFFERERS

Seven years isn't too long to wait dom expects 125 million bushels other women-have indeed had this ]I sturdy, rosy-cheeked cloth dolls.

for a honeymoon, according to (millers figuring that if the govern- problem Madeline and as it usually !: Cookies, bread, jams have a big

Robert Mitchum and his wife. They ment is wrong again we will be rises from a certain situation sale in these times, and catermg is !

decided when they were married to skating too near thin ioe). But our it is often curable. Your husband's surprisingly simple when bandied

wait till he was a star, and then government Itself will largely influence attitude indicates that he is con- in one's own neighborhood. A 666 STARTS ROIEF IN .

honeymoon in New York, where he our wheat supply by the extentto scious of being heavily burdened; i mother and two daughters here JUST 6 SECONDS

grew up. She'd never been there. which it exports in answer to he is the: only support of an elderly I have all they can do at $2 a dinner,

His movie career was well underway foreign demand. England is buying .woman a young wife, a sick man delivered hot at any hour. Even ChC ,__ srsooU.dp,

when the war interrupted it; here, with the money we gave her and four children. He is afraid. I with your four children you can find Ml. far wse.r.b. .. MMfro.
'The Locket" starred him and they -pardon me, "loaned" her. Russia Afraid of waste and debt and ex- time for one of these activities, or eoM('..anon. ire.. cis....

headed for New York- and he is not baying, and so far as I know travagance; afraid of some day per one of a hundred others, and at ... L= Colt

bought her a locket, because that I has not attempted to influence our haps having to leave you and the ,once save your own pride and 8=:*i-:

made it cossible. I markets lately. I I: children helpless. lighten your husband's anxieties. a eueM.l.











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e ... fcr: Western Newspaper Union.

Cost the inside-e-of lids on mus- taster A little sockets wax applied Keeps them furniture turning r i In Q lujhnn ( HIlS

IUd or horseradish Jars with a thinlayer easily in damp weather. LESSON FOR MARCH 30 m J

of paraffin and they'll not --e- ..jitiniTw r _
turn green. i,j je SUP La.aM..t.. and Scripture texts M
a neaet-size4
oiled sift
I feted an: cop\rghxl bj Internal raN
j bag into your purse just before aRaoo Bellfious EducationSK d bjJESCS
fiod Araivea /a {
are a housewife'slasers you go out to buy fish. Have the
so you'll want to take good fish dealer slip the fish into this LAYS DOWN HIS LIFE1X1SON
cue of yours. Keep them away 0 before wrapping it On the way

from the stove, because beat de-' home no fish odors will escape the TEXT-Jeha M:37. 38.; 11:19-11
str ers the temper of steel If this package, and there'll he ess BV3D -s
aappcns the blade cannot be kept : chance of liquid leaking bred MIMORT the SELBCnON-For God M III IIIr
I on jour world flat be save Us orJy be- boa z P
haip. I IHEfcOtEWORK clothes. rotten So*. Oat whosoever be&evetr tat ifeoold
net perish bet key everiasUcf Lie
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PATTERNS The cross of Calvary, from tr.an's
viewpoint was "a paradox T' :are:
it something startling and seen::; gIj -
Pretty /
Apron
Easy to Make incredible about the idea cf a

crucified tang, particularly if tt ;e '
Crocheted wfao do the crucifying are the k.-g's w
Doily for Centerpiece awn subjects. Kingship imp-.es .aewslj

ndershjp over others, and net !-=- 1 V
firing and death at their hat
try di.n .
..eN4U' Plate told the simple truth wv :
IM exclaimed, 'Behold your Kirgf --
and when he flung! out the sarcare : :

question, 'Shall I crucify yr
!' he was speaking more favy _
than he knew. They were ver.j.
doing the incredible thing of de.m&tdmg ;
( 1\ .. the death of their King, t
their Messiah, of the Son
yea very Make Your Easter Dinner Springlike!
af God" (B. L. Obnatead).
(See recipe below.) gt
I. Jesus laid, '1 Am a Etar.

,,e' (11:17. U). Easter Favorite
LYNN CHAMBERS' U
I Jesus was before Pilate. The Jews
1'.JJ: bad accused him of declaring himself According to the calendar, Easter I Easter Dinner t.r
to be ( Luke 23:2). begins,
ling see cornea after spring officially frosted Pineapple Joke
Pilate demanded, "Art thou King but we have always rather lookedto Roait Loin of Pork with
i ef the Jews (T. 33). this special holiday as a start of Crabapples
Jesus did not answer directly at the spring season. Is it any wonder Roasted Browned Potatoes f
, !first, but declared his kingdom to then that we try to make the dinner Buttered Asparagus
tie "not of this world" (v. 36), indicating menu for this day especially spring Cinnamon Rolls
to Pilate that he was dealIng like?
Salad
'
Easter
Bunny
: 1"
:
t par .id7 with One who was more than Traditionally we like to serve hamor Snow Cake with

i4\\ t. \\ tn earthly king. lamb for Easter, but this is really Chocolate Crunch
: When Pilate persisted, Jesus" up to you and Beverage
j openly declared, "I am a king. your family as Recipe given. ;
The expression "Thou sayest" (T. far as taste and t
n) carries the thought, "You say budget is con
that I am a king and you are rlibt.I A-'"' .* cerned. Whateveryou fruit Juice, lemon Juke, salt and
am a king It was in no sensea plan to serve, green coloring. Chin until mixture
j
disavowal of his royalty, but a N it begins to thicken but still pours. Add
garnish properly -
5221 7
declaration of it. \ .", and make the cottage cheese and beat with rotary
Pilate, troubled convinced of egg beater. Add celery. Pour into
platter lock.
pretty as a picture.A
; Christ's innocency but too cowardly rectangular individual molds or
to declare it, hid behind man's roast loin of pork does very wen large rectangular mold (cut in
proverbial Inability to know the with a border of alternate browned smaller molds for number of servings

pr truth (v. S3), and wrote himself potatoes and spiced cxabapples.: If ) which have
To obtain complete crochettrg irjtruettocs Into history as a hypocritical cow- you are serving ham, use the same been rinsed out in :J'' (b=
>
for the Crow and Crown Doily (Pattern garnish. But with lamb you mightdo
No. 8221) tend 20 cents In coin, your ard.What well substituta minted and cold wa.
to
name. address. and pattern number. have we to say-what have each J
i Due to an unusually Urge demand and you to say, dear reader, to Christ's spiced pears or pineapple for the ODe pear hat ,.
current required condition in filling orden'orw of eti: claim to Kingship over your life garnish In either case, the fruit side
most popular pattern numbers. Should we not say, "He is not only serves as a delightful relish.Roait atin mold. At

5387 Send your order to king of the Jews, he is the King of Loin of Pork. small end of pear .y .
my life"? (Serves 6) place a ball of % "
SEWING CIRCLE KEEDLEWORKS3
Hostess Apron Seoth Went St. Chicace. DL n. The Priests Said, "We Rave I pounds loin of pork cream or cottage cheese about the
THIS handsome hostess apron is Enclose cents for Pattern. No King" (18:10-18). m tablespoons salt she of a walnut to represent headof

delightfully simple to make- N.Nam. Pilate in fleshly pride taunted Pepper bunny At large end of pear placea

it's cut in one piece, with a huge Jesus with his power to determine Have loin of pork prepared: at the small ball of cheese for the tall
lavender and purple pansy forminga I his fate. He did have much poweras market. Rub salt and pepper into I Place whole almonds on small ballsof

handy pocket. You'll want to i the representative of Rome, but the meat Place in rack in an open cheese for ears, using chooped
make several a* gifts for special' power over Jesus he did not have. pan and roast in a 330-dejree or nut pieces for eyes and nose. Use
friends. Ad&eat Majestic indeed was the reply of moderate oven allowing 30 minutesto 2 sprigs parsley for whiskers. Gar.
the King. In a brief sentence Jesus the pound. nish plate with small scrubbed car-
Wt7Y rots or carrots shaped from pimiento
Pilate trial before the judg-
1s oompMe cutting pa'tre put on Roast Leg of Lamb.
any : patters, finishing m<". ment throne of God. Only becausethe cheese with a sprig of parsley for
__ _' /'Pocket Apror ,p. to reline stvfraneu, Invite Wipe meat with a damp: cloth, top. '
ten N*. SSJ7) toes 14 U is trr'ueatf <. time had come for the Son of place on a rack in an open pau. Rub
SB eats IB eotm, your name adCrc.rsad God to die was Pilate permitted to Quick Cinnamon Roils
pollen amber. ? meat with a clove of garlic and salt
SIeep his
1 exercise governmental powersee mixed with a few grains of ginger 2 cups sifted flour
Rom 13 and he would
Cross and Crown Crochet ( :1) an-
pepper and paprika. Add to meat 3 teaspoons baking powder
CROCHETED in either white if nose fills up mr ::1Ift swer for his of God.decision one day in the in pan 1 teaspoon salt

ecru, exquisite doily can presence 4 tablespoons shortening
U butter
cap
bed as a dining table centerpiece 7 niAt -= Of especial interest to us Just 1 sliced onion H cup milk
occasional table It now is the statement of Jesus: "He
or on an 1 bay leaf 2 eggs, beaten
delivered thee bath
that me unto
called tie
8 inches-is
xacaanrw H raisins
Juice of \ lemon
cup
\
-Cross and Crown" because of tVtinj It's wonder haw: a little Va-tro-nol the greater sin. It was the high
crosses in the crater diary-od up each rjostri:reiieres stuffy transient priest Caiaphas who had that guflt Add about 1 cup cf water to the Sift dry ingredients together. Cut
shaped sections and the ha'f rongeation If yo 1 need relief tonight, Yes, and it was the high priests seasonings and roast in a moderate(399degree in shortening. Mix raffle: with eggs
itl! Follow dur-tions ii pactiw.VICKSVAYROFICL.
try
crowns' which form the bordt r who declared, "We have no king ovenz and work into dry mixture with raisirs. -
t.... 1 I but Caesar." after Pilate, driven by minutes tr f-e; : Ron dough }i-mcn thick then
their cunning threat (v. 121, had pound. Baste >,": sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
---- -- sarcastically asked them, "Shall I quentl -. .H Re:* as for Jelly roll. Cut into }l-

crucify your fang" (v. 15). sauce ard r- !p ;, tech shces and place in greased muf
SWAP! CR4CXLE! AND TOP! 5A/ The awful declaration which they pings in pan C c- A fin tins: Bake in a hot (450..degree)'

made then was on behalf of the entire half hour t:, -e over for 12 to 15 minutes. Serve hot

nation, and declared themselves serving meat, __ '
< against Jesus and loyal to the pagan pour excess fat {>,. -. pan and baste Snow Cab.Sur&rl.51).

r y t Eg' Mll1t. i; Csesar. thoroughly with the following sauce. (
S fN
,: i No King* Countless are the men Strain before serving. H cap shortening:

1 aDd women today who by their rejection Sauce fr Last. 2 teaspoons grated orange rind
of Christ have declared that 2 tabkspeess tatter 1 cup light corn syrup
they would not have him rule over Jafee ef lemon 2U cops sifted cake flour
them And sad but true is the fact 1 fp catsupWercestershire 2H teaspoons baking powder
that those who neglect to receive to taste '4 teaspoon salt
his great salvation have rejected 2 tablespoons vinegar 2 em

hirr' Melt butter m skillet, add remaining % cop milk
III. J HM Saul "It If FMiaiil" ingredients blend and pour over IH teaspoons vinifia

'ft RICE KRISPIES/s/ (1!,2540). meat. Blend shortening and cringe rfcij

In his time of greatest anguish Easter Bony Salad. add corn syrup gradually, beatinJ
Jesus, in an act of tender thoughtfulness (Serves 4) wen after each addition.: Add *f
B*vare you pet Ainfrtes'i faTnrte rice> cereej. provided for his mother, 1 envelope plain unfavored of the dry ingredients which havt
P
.0. the one and only KtHogfi Rice Kriipfes! and gave the beloved disciple John 14 cup cold water gelatin been sifted together. Add eggs, ocfl

-- ----- a high place of privilege and re- m caps hot pear juice at a time, beating well after aacS
sponsibility. He thus, as he made :i cup grapefruit juju addition. Add remaining float
his last request, brought togetherthe 1 tablespoon lemon Juice alternately with ,milk and varJSa
two who to aQ his human relationships Mix thoroughly. Pour batter fats
}i teaspoon silt
: had been closest to his Green coloring two greased S or 9-inch pans. Bakein
heart elites a moderate (S59-degree) oven 1st
Vi Cottage
cap
6l Ready for the final word before $4 cup diced celery 13 to SO minute While rtd warm
"9DDtL he died. Jesus received the refresh. spread chocolate crunch betwteg
meet: which quenched his awful layers and over top.'Chocolate .
9 To Buy thirst Then crying out with a loud <4< pear halves ,
CnmcLt
voice. "It is finished" (Matt. 27:59), I whole blanched toasted almonds
he commended his soal into theo Chopped almonds wow package ehoeelaU skips
hands 9l me Father (Lake 3:46). I packages cream cheese e* 1 cup eves popped rice cereal
U. S. Savings Bonds H pound cottage cheese Kilt chocolate bits over hot ws
I 1 small Jar pimleato cheese tar. Add cereal Stir until WIt
I Soften gelatin In cold water. Dissolve eoaUA.

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FIGHT GLADES COUNTY DKMOCKAT FRIDAY.-.MAIICH 28. 19U ......
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Colored second in the nation in the number Farmers who served in the armed recreation, vocational training and
Funeral Services- Quarters of forest fires. At the sam forces in World War II. erapteym in keeping with their

time, the report listed' this state as Sack chapter will plant its own I indtrtdaal abilities and capacities
(Continued from Page 1) Continued from Page 1) one of IS now promoting forest memorial f..... Twenty-five chapters and to the fullest reasonable extent
ea4ia this afternoon. aid James Taylor $1 each. protection education with a localis are now actively engaged. in of our ability to serve them.

Active pallbearers were: W. L. From the local quarters: Wtl-j ed Keep Florida Green program. memorial forest projects and 299Ot6 ,-I I The Florida Association for Crippled -

Bellamy, Carr Settle, R. A. WUIwatt Ham Tobias and wife 110; Har- Commenting OB the state's forest I slash pine seedlings have already I Children and Adults participating -
Phil Wilson, I. E. Scott and riett Pelier. $2: Rev Devise, W. tire problem Forester Charles A. been planted for this par- in this program and thanks to
J. W. Aidkias; Honorary pallbearer H. Smith. Louise Will...... Bertha Gillett of the American forest annual support of the public through

wane. Dr. D. M. Draught, C. H. Set- Green Jack MeKensie. Handy Har ducts Industries strewed the Pro-I pose.Other chapters will start similar I the purchase of Easter Seals has
:tle. E. L. Brain, T. W. Weeks mon. Joe Humphrey, Gladys Ses for eitension of forest : forests as soon U more seedlings been able to do some very effective

I* Stalls, S. B. Suet and M. D. sion. Archie Staples Catherine the more than 14 million acres now are made available and land can work in Florida.
*>dter of Canal Point. Collier Carrie Yancey. Carrie Mar- I outside the state's fire coatrol pro-I i i be acquired.
tin. Corine Weeks. Helen E. Hughes '
Surviving Mrs. Farnam are four gram. t tend 'oT'f'f Of' 1TFtTeTS
: said,
In English
many cases
Bessie Rowe. Willie Martin IreneDeal HHKITKIt KICT1TIOI!' % .H'F:
children. lire. Loel Leace of Canal "While the Keep Florida Green
Emma Austin. Robert Hend- for the forests is being purchased
Point )1.... L. J. of Clewiston.Hrs. has become spearhead
Pape ricks. J. B. Davis. John Polite. program a by the local Future Farmer chap- I TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
: Ida Hawe and Lloyd E. Far- for the state's forest protection education -I that the un-
Catherine Hall, Ora Belle Davis. ters out of their own funds, and in I Notice I* hereby given
Moore Haven. There are campaign, effective control designed. under the provtotoni of
of
land
na.a
Watson Hater Robert Johnson at least a score of cases the
fifteen fifteen great- of forest fires be achieved I Chapter w Iliregister with the Clerk
grandchildren Cleve Herbert. Nancy Hendrieks.I cannot has been purchased and donated by 'of t941.
grandchildren and one ''I' until all forest tends have been I' in of the Circuit Court in and for GUdr
creat-creat-I I Lawrence Hendricks. Martha Williams. local citizens and organisations County. Florida upon receipt of proofof
Sraadchild.ln widely (' I David Montgomery Linie brought under some kind of organized -I the communities who are Interested publication of this notice the fictitious -
of the country. She also has two I Montgomery. Harold Pelier, $1 I protection," Gillett said. l in the work of the Florida Future MOORE name HAVEN, to-wit APPLIANCE: CO.
sisters in Nrhra.-ka and Colorado.GUARANTEED Fanners. under which T am engaged in busl-
each: Mamie Burroughs 50 cents: I II
I I nM at Moore Haven. Florida. That
Helen Goodman Arthur Huggins. Sugar Stamp No. 53 The seedlings are purchased from the. party interested! IB said business
Annie Hoggins Felton Huggins, the State Forest and Park Service ..
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K. C. BYRD
orh 1 I II i H i A. Hamilton. Clarence Matison. I To Expire MondaySugar by pulpmttls and donated to the I City of Moore Karen, County of
I Claudia Hall Alexander Gary Lola Future Farmers. Glades. Florida March IS. 1MT.
I I' 14-Jl-Jt.
'I Green. Mary Wilson, Mary Day Stamp No. 53. good for The memorial forests will be I March

I I Carrie Simmons Paul Humphrey. five pounds of sugar, will expire named by the chapters in honor of
WatehRepairing I I I juiia Ward. Henry Thomas Silas who has of TATK or FiMHINt
Monday and anyone one former members of the chapterswho RXHCTTMK; Inp'H1'"R'T
!i Kilfv. Willie Thornton Johnnie X. these stamps left, and there may bea served in the last war. TALUll %%..Htl
I Ta\ lor. Henry Johnson, $1 each. few who do, should take notice of'
KNOW n:, that. I. R A. GRAY,
the expiration date and get the sugar KASTKK i SKAL SALKS IX WIT Secretary of State of the State of
I Half of State's Forest I for the stamp before the expiration WILL HELP .\n'LIeTIni : Florida SPECIAL do hereby ELECTION give notice that a I

7 DAY SERVICE : date. i Will_be held .on Suturdajr._ April 5th.
Lands Without Stamp No. II, good for ten pounds A. D. 1947. the MM date being me
TAMPA March 26 (FNS)
MONTH
IN SAID
SATURDAY
FIRST
I Fire Protection will be usable on Tuesday. Public response to the 1947 Easter I I for Twenty-wveBth a State Senator Senatorial in and District for the of

I Seal distribution will make possible
composed of De-
the State of Florida
Our large repair depart- FFA Boys Remember Soto, Glades. Hardee and Highlands
ment is now able to give 7 a survey based on the latest extended services to persons afflicted -I Counties, to fill the vacancy occasioned -
I'n. Forestery Service statistics for America's Servicemen by cerebral palsy commonly referred by the resignation of Ho..orableWilbur
.
I C. King.IN
day service watch repairI
on to as spastic paralysis.A .
nation, the industries organization I TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have \
We have staff of hereunto net my band and caused the ?JI
ing. a highly national program for the cerebral -
emphasize the increased public :
TALLAHASSJE-ENRI Five Great Seal of the State of Florida to
competent and skilled support beta ggiven state fire control -I thousand Florida high school boys.members palsied initiated last year by i I be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capital.
this the 15th day of February. A. D.
the National Society for Crippled
workmen who turn out gua- I agencies as a result of the Keep of the Future Farmers of 1141
Florida Green program bat points Children and Adults seeks for those (SEAL) R. A. GRAY *
ranteed work. We use nothingbut I I America and organized in 112 chap I. I Secretary of state. '
out the impossibility of effective persona health, welfare education.
ters in every corner of the state .. Mar. T, 14. il. April 4.
genuine parts and materials protection for the states treegrowing have not forgotten America's serv

Send us your watch. I lands until all are placed ender icemen.
form of organized protecI -
some
Special: attention to mail orders The Future Farmer School Superintendent ;, ,

Registered and certified I I i tion."'!'in!: a 12 months statistical period this week are Colin starting English memorial said \ From where I sit. Gy Joe Mt

watchmaker in charge. the survey showed Florida as :
forests to be dedicated to their

friends!, brothers, and fellow Future

I ',f Apple Tree Versus .

H. Gluckman t

I Mark R. Tennant i! I ,z ; Wheat Field / ,

JEWELER I '.k..*.e4 l). n: O TOCKMA.VS .' ..

1012 First Street I Real Estate Broker MAflllM-KY Ht.I'\tIt: \ SEnnt't SALKS and I If yon ever visit Jab CrowrfTs Both of them got so eloquent on"

GLADES COUNTY LANDS I I farm, hell take yon right; oat en the subject that the rest ef unworked

Fort Myers Florida Ilton 11JMV newfston t'''. that hack porch of kin and show. np quite a thirst; se Mi .
607 )1..1'hI.
Comn-n BHg.
I yon Us apple tree. goes to the icebox for beer and !

'V' .Y.:. A COMPLETE and MODERN "There," says Jeb, "is nature's cider. And when the refnsmucota

11 noblest creation-fifty yean and come, Lad chooses eider, mW M
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MACIIINK SHOP be.rin' t';11 the finest cider apples takes le1Je<
in the county!" Front where i tit. theft theBut '

/ I \VH iiut;, HortMg, Lathe Work I i iI I Ililitng tot fan when a grs.p of answer U meet dfcet... Yea CM

) lirisetifta I us was there Ld Denny points talk all you want, tat when it
J_ across the river te his gram field comes to tastes ad pedsreanes, .
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I IOn sal says: There's an even finer there's just no argument
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