Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00166
 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: April 18, 1947
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00166

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MOOKE HA1 E.V: }"WRlD.nUD.n-. APRIL IJi. 1947

I Fishing Fight ExpectedTo : Title Clouds To Removed Mill Site From Soil Conservation

Develop Next Week J I! At teat two-of the issues which Meeting To Be Held

I appeared as cloud en the title to
the which I
-- property Tropical Sugars.
Recommendations Are Inc hopes to obtaia as a site for I ---

March Rainfall Sets their new sugar mill here have I'I' Five-Legged F'rh District For County To

Framed By GroupAt I 21 Year Record been cleared ap sine the company
officials were here recently and a I,I Found By Ted Beck Be Planned On
MeetingA third offers no treat
difficulty except -
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Fred A. Flanders, for the time April 30
I government aecaaaary to make H G Stewart. Lakeport dealer
group of representative of the weather observer here for the past the required coatacta. la fish and frogs, brought to the
Lake Ok secho bee Commercial Fisheries twenty-five years, gives records The two major ass*as were railroad Democrat office this morning the A legal notice elsewhere la this

Association including A. A. date week showing that the rainfall f gnats which toothed the property frost quarters of a frog caught by issue calls attention to the tact that

Beck, Joe Griffin Lawrence Journ- for tae moath of March a total of made by the state near the T. M. Beck which bad a small, batperfectly oa April 3d at 2:3. a. as., a ....-

igan mad H. G Stewart, were in 8.73 inches here set a record for tarn of the century. One of these developed extra front 18 lag will he held ia the eoaaty eaart
Miami Saaday to meet with their twetttv-o&e year and possibly for i lines ha been merced with the Atlantic That this is something of u house to com ider tike adviaaanttyof

attorneys E. K. and W. D. Bail to many 'e&rIek from that for present Coast Line which is said to oddity was indicated: by Mr. Stew- establishing a soD usaiimaoin

discaaa proposed legislation andrferomateadattons records .go hack only to 1127. automatically cancel any claim. The art who said that la twenty yean district the boaadariss of wMcfe

for sahaaisaaan to The highest previous March rainfall other line to a defaact corporation I of dealing in frog he had aever will be the local hoaadartu of

the Florida Legislature, now la session was i.ft inches in 1931 and and it may be necessary to find any seen one like it. Pictures were Glades Coaaty.
which they hope may result in the lowest was .03 inches in 1935 I living members of the corps ectss taken of the oddity and regrets The meeting wfll be eemdachad

the reopening of Lake Okeeehobee The following figures are in order or their heirs, if dead, to
and the St. John' River to commercial for the month beginning in 1927 quit claim of this grant. A small had been removed for sale purposes -I Conservation Board. Staaflar nest
fiihiag and claim affective the section but not i iDes are being held ia Fart Mpue
ending in 1947. 1 70
2.46 before the fifth leg was discovered '
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The snoop win meet later t a .5-. 4 .., ;5 W. .;: B.. sac.! 2.73. the particular property offered some 'I' on April 28 and ia Sarasota em

Tallahassee with a groan representing -.";. 1 S5 4 c". T,4. .7!<. 5.5$. S66. diffl.hw Ifeeanse of a coo r d e-I ----.--- April 29. The meeting to beta*
the St. John's area before carrying [, :: 7 :: :,;: i7. 2.53.813. scription. This claim was held by i!i held at the request af a aamhar of

their ficat to the legislature ---- "Dad" Rowe. atffl a resident of county landowner who *!<..< a
and it to expected that it will be Moore Haven and it was quick \W. D. BARRON DIED t ,I I petition asking that the district ho

brought ap the latter part of flex' cleared ap and a oit claim deed established.
week or the first of the following PLANS COMPLETE obtained. AT HIS HOME HERE> : Should county laaaawaers favor

week. The Bah and game committee These three lasaei are all affect- the establishment of the amtllUI

of the house of representatives FOR DANCE :in jr the title so far u la known and I I a second meeting will he held t*

hat several members who arc AT IT seems assured that aa soon as all EARLY THIS MORNING i ,' formally orgaaise and elect saaervisors -

friendly to the commercial fishing are cleared that work will be | These five supervisors, to

interest and poll of the members: GYM APRIL 26THI tailed on the mill construction Already be fleeted from among the far-mar-

sag indicated that there are man / workmen of the Consolidated \v-"!.,..-:, I I' l-.: .o. did at members. will carry oa the district's
other members of the boaae who j, Steel] Company. Orange Texas contractors hIS horr.' !h. f a- tight o doc\;. this I, work Such technicians aa WIll he
will take the aide Make j for moving and setting up needed will be tarnished mad paid
of the commercial jour pions now to attend I morning following an illness of
fIn.sr a*. the dance which is being pianned [ the. ,-..gar mall here, haTe began towrite many months duratica The ead by the government and their services -
The case of John Whiddea for in and seek places of resi- are free to the district. Ke
la Saturday
night, April 26, b> came peacefully before he had
county eoart here, quashed by the swimming pool association to )1 dt-ncf during ik* construction work awakened from his aicht's steep.Mr taxes are assessed to maintain the

County Judge J. M. Cease was appealed be held at the school gymnasium Barren was horn at Steele. district and the cadtvMael may

to circuit court by the Game Ticket are now available at a number Ala. oa December 13. 18C9. He particisete ia the aUhtttes or net

and Fresh Water Flab Coma eknl of place ia town at $2.00 per BILL INTRODUCEDTO was reared in the state and engagedin as he wishes.
Any nfpaient which be obtained
and was scheduled to have keen couple the lumber beotaess there until any

4 heard In Pasta Gorda this week. Music wig be furnished by Doc he moved to FlorIda in 1913. In by the supervisors will be
f It was postponed tmlil next week DEFEND FRESH I usable in the district at a nominal
FOM and his garland Serenaders 1935 he purchased a farm on Ba-
however because of a keavy court of Clewiston with Miss Geneva her Highway and for several cost to the user to cover operationand

docket. The Gal of H. -C. Stewartin Thielen as seioiet. Those who attended with his son Arthur, nc.g year"j repair.
AND SALT WATERThe -, Tile district urn deal with an
Lose Oannty circuit T o urt has the March of Dimes danceat I farming activities, largely the
also been .cocHnued from thfc! :'fHkj I which. this orchestra. played sothoroughly I growing of strawberries. Because phase of soil eplenatiC.2tk
to next;a ciwiralC entyw-th occasion of ill health lad-rable to carryon including.drainage and _water _control ..; J.J

Last week L L. PridgeiTwas arrested -I that they have looked forward with first bill seeking to clarify these operations alone after Ar- pastors worktover opit"" .
the status of Lake Dkeeceobee and etc., and should be of considerable
la Bi&hlandtCount for
great anticipation to another danceof entered service with the 1:. S-
) transporting and selling fish said similar nature. St. John's River as commercial Navy at the outbreak of the war he value to the county at this time.

to have been obtained from Lake Proceeds fishing areas was introduced in the sold the farm and purchased the I County Agent A. G. Hutchinson
from this dance will goo house who has worked to the
*t representatives yesterdayby pat across
Okeecnobee and which first
reports Yoder
home the
I on highway near
swell the had for the
!t said contained black bass as well as eveatMl Representatives Joe Peepleg of the courthouse where he has resided i soil conservation district urges all
bream and catfish However it is of a modern swimategpool Glades County. W. J. Hendry of since. county landowner and farmer to .
understood that there bass in Moore Haven. Approximately Okeechobee. Dowda of Putnam. attend this meeting and receive a
were no
Funeral services will
$1,410 has already been Sheppard aDd Fsiana of St. Jola.1Hn be held at complete explanation of the workings -
found in the load of which wa
two o'clock
Sunday afternoon at
placed in this fund by contribution and kinl of Volasia. of the district
j. admittedly loaded here.The the
Baptist Church coad
acted by
and by benefit and it Is hoped that
the This bill will. according to daily
t recommeadatloa which the' pastor Rev. John A. Moore, and
will abetaatial additions can be made paper report provide for eetab- I VFW Post To Have
i commercial fishing group interment will be la.... Ortona
daring the summer months to per- Itsfciag boaadaries between salt and
i make to the legislature have. not I
cemetery Everglades Funeral Rome To
mit beginning of construction at the fresh water by Joint agreement of House-Raising
as yet been announced of Pahokee is ia charge of ar-,
i earliest
possible moment. the Game aDd" Water Flea
raagemeat Complete Post HomeThe
The dance will be completely informal ComatfMtoa. the Salt Water coaeer- I
; Cancer Drive Is -"a come as you trke" affair ration commission with the COIle1U1"AaCli Besides his wife he is survived; by i 1

r 1 hot be assured of a good UBM of esvaty commissioner two daughters, Mrs. Ora Gaerra of' Glade Post. Veterans
Underway; Boxes if yoaTe prf'HDt.I ia the areas affected. Tampa and Mrs. Bala Yes of Atlanta Foreign Wars. give settee t* aUteteracs

In Most Stores i The Mil also sets oat the definition G*_; one SOB, Arthur five. and interested neighbors
; of "salt water fish' and. "fresh grandchildren and two great grand- that next Wednesday afternoon
I Convict Camp For water fish." tbildnn.Sugar. April %3. there will be a "house-

Rev W. S. Boieman, chairman r raising at the site of the new post
State Road Work
for the drive in Glade County to Committee I home. This Is just across the road
raise fund for the American Cancer At Citrus CenterThe I Homer Salter New from the Ed Jordan home on the

Society, has placed coin boxes Sanitary Officer II Asks Another YearOf' road to the feed mill. If you are .
In most cf the business houses In unable to be present the post asks

the cemmnnlty and asks that everyone State Road Department. now' For Health Unit 1937 Sugar Act that yon have someone representyou
cooperate in an effort to raise has under construction a Vonvict! "with sleeves rolled up."

the countr .1It& quickly al PM- camp for a road convict gang on Josiah Ferris. Jr.. recently The post has a 1* by 48 government -
ib5e. Only a lity dollar Quota ten acre of land bought from Mrs. ]I Homer A. Salter of Jacksonville ap- hutment erection of which
baa been set J. H. Peeples Just west of CHrus has graduated from the State Boardof pointed by Secretary of Agriculture has already been started and It *.

Tnlesa SOB*' uUon U taken at Center A permanent camp Is planned I Health's training school for sanitarians Clinton P. Anderson as a memberof hoped that enough volunteer labor
committee from the
once to educate people to the dangers and the convict from tie in Gainesville and wHl a industryd can be obtained to complete the
work with the for
of this disease. to recognise the camp will be used on road maintenance work with the HighlandsGladesHealth effective government erection of the bunding which will
.ymptom and obtain medical attention work over a thirty-five mile I Unit u sanhary officer. The more sugar legislation and serve as a post heme.
distribution was in Washingtonlast
one CHIof every eight people radns. course Is the third one held In connection It it planned to hold the first
now living will die of Establishment of this camp was I with the Al.chua CeBty week to attend the first meeting meeting la the new home on the
I of this committee and the principal -
Te promote research to rueer'l through the effort of the Glade.Coanty a II. Health Department result of this meeting wasto .1 first Thursday in My at which time
Most of the 11 Florida men completing -
totter method of I commtftstoaers who first had ask Congress to extend the present all member will he asked to bring
especially to promote a PregT l'' sought to have It established near the coarse served pro- their wife or girl friend. Refreshment .
sugar aet for one more
with local health year.
effective education has thus drivefor Palmdale oa Road 25. A flaw in ational periods The act expires Jane 3t unless are planned and a banner
funds Wn made by the American the property title at the site picked I salts before being recommendedfor continued. attendance Is hoped for. both for a

Cancer Society. Help against however caused the camp to be I ficws.Organised the. school by their superior of- Meeting with representative" of r|,, good time and to lay plan for the

this disease as you have helped placed at Citrus cooler which Is oa train taI the J&distry from every part of the i future of the post.
to state people
against other Place year coins State Highway So. 78 or the old world and with Mr. Anderson Mr.Ferris "Your presence indicates ycn rwi1llnpt'll5
in the handy boss or uaetl year I Moore Haven-LaBelle rood I problems peealiar to local eon- expressed the views of the for the post to continue. -
check to Rev Bozeman wltaoat delay I dttksM the sehsttt.is eapeeted to become Let's shake a leg and everyone
As barracks Florida IndMtry on legisla
soon as permanent feeler ia tfcagency's astir
rates it is necessary to be a peraaaeat tion. be there" says Wendell Click,
are completed the priseeers te-serviee facilities.
raise this small quota there will be post adjutant.t
solicitation of funds. moved. there from another camp. At present It is financed bya Congress win be asked prior to
Do possibly the one now situated sear grnt4a-atd from the Commonwealth the summer recess, to conduct state of Colorado contains

I Fort Krtn.I Fand.A hearings In the different'areas and four great lakes. They are San Lab

Digest Of Recent I features of their practical obtain data which will enable a park. Middle park North park and

Opinions By Attorney Twins Born To Local field training the men constructed I more effective sugar act to be written -i South park.
I privies and septic tub Inspected and which will provide for the I j.

General Watson I Couple On Sunday dairies, abattoirs, tourist camps. better distribution of sugar IIIP-. er. Ritta and Torrey Islands in
bottled water plant, ice manufacturing pHes. j
I I ]Lake Okeechobee at an estimated
Foot appliances-and aids to Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Xetooa are plant, swimming pools and j j J first cost of un..7...
walking. ,.*** are made in Florida the parent of twins a bar and a eating establishments Army Engineers Will j Tfce recommendation hewever.'provides .

need not be passed on and approved I girt, born at their basso here Sua- Director of the school Is Charles Help Build Levees \ that local interest must
by a Florida ",.skin. Attorney day. Both babies we+gked seven E. Cook sanitary engineer. Considerable II pay two third of the first cost

General J. Tom Watson of i and three-taarters !wands. Dr. D instruction was famished Around Lake Islands provide free of charge all 1a.n1Iereu&ry
I{ State Health eonsaltants
by Beard of -
the state to the Improvement provide
advised -
Tallahassee has I M. Draagha was ea-4t JQ'eMr. t
board of cW,.,.,.,.. The law, hesays. fctan. and University o* Flarta professors. necessary water control perks
aids from ether As a result of a public hearing maintain and operate the complet-
requires foot'
Nelson is the A. C. U railroad -
states to be checked by a physician held in BeHe Glade on August 13. ed works; and hold and savethe
sargeon ra this state, but thelaw bridge t. jer aad the twIe We need Ore ptmecUec to provide 1,41, the U. S. Army Engineer United States free from damage to
sxtmptm fI'OIQ tbis fuatnatIeD are the eleventh aid twelfth ch-U-1! green wood tor camping and nave recommended that the United existing worts a* a result of the

anything manufactured in t1or1.s"c Crea ta the fam y. recreational purposes. States provide levee around Krasn- improvement.If .

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The Question I I 7. How many Englishmen ban

: occupied the_papal throne

1. What are the tour cities re- '
!erred to in the railroad nickname The Answers

The Big Four"? I -
:2. When Caesar crossed the Ru1.. Cleveland, Cincinnati Chicago f
bicon which man did he declare ,, and St Louis.

\'.Jt upon? i 2. Pompey.
3. What is a digamist? I 3. If you have married for a second
4. The favorite daughter at Mo- time after decease: or divorce

h.immed was called what? of your spouse you are a digamist.
5. Which city is rated the wiDdt.. Fatuna.
iest city in the United States? 5. Buffalo N. Y.
rr 6. How many traveling carnivals 6. About 300.
are there in the United States? 7. One (Adrian IV, HOW 159).



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a submarine which was large
enough to admit the operator and

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To f.Ur. a new supply of air. It admitted
Virginia Display Showplaces : water to submerge; and
I the water was pumped out again
r=o it could come to the surface.It .
For Garden Week Observance tad an oar on one end for row-
H .ig: and another at the other end
for steering.
WNV Features. (
This first American submarine
RICHMOND, VA.-All the trj aditional charm and graciousness Cross fame helped to nurse hundredsof .'most succeeded in sinking the
of life in the "Cradle of the Na lion" will be revived as Virginia wounded. Today its gardens area British ship "Eagle" in New York

once again plays host to the pe ple of the nation. From April 28 riot of bloom and the waters of c a, =te harbor during the war.

to May 3 the showplaces of the state-including approximately distance.the Rappahannock ripple off in the : -- -

200 serene and stately homes, lovely gardens restored to their : .\' I'

original beauty, historic buildinwill and other national shrines- mecca Restored at all WillIams burr, tourist SMALL fKfMOST bV J(;
seasons of the
be open to the public in ob iservance of Garden Week.set is like a perfect stage setting year, its, I HERE are 18 ways to beautify 'I ,
'* linens or clothes! Tulips,
Sponsored by the Garden club of actors all in character playing pan- j
Virginia, Garden Week is being resumed foot on the soil of Berkeley their their lines with the usualness I sies and other gay flowers for I POPULAR
this year for the first time first act was a service of thanks of long understanding. The feel spring-like embroidery. :

lince 1941. Before it was disbanded giving. ing of watching a play continues -
during the war years Garden Week Homes of Presidents. as the sharp tattoo of horses !

had become a recognized institution, In the foothills of the Blue Ridge hoofs sounds along Duke of OUSEHOLDINTS -
annually drawing thousands of visi- is Jefferson's beloved Monticello. Gloucester street (described by
tors from all parts of the nation. reached the late Franklin D. Roosevelt
a winding roadway
-. In Springtime Dresi. lined with golden forsythia and as "the most historic avenue in OOJ; I *I1'

From tee western tips of the Allegheny snowy white bridal wreath. The Blue America").

the Shenahdoah and the Ridge mountains and the rolling An 18th century carriage rolls by A defective dralnboard at the 'i
Blue Ridge mountains, their slopes Piedmont provide a picturesque set -past the Palace of the Royal Gov- i sink be ;
can by
ablaze with the blossoms of rhododendron ting and trees and shrubs planted ernors, the ancient capitol which narrow channel in the front sawing face of a :
and mountain laurel, by the hand of Jefferson nod to one rang to the voice of Patrick Henry, i the board and inserting thin
through the lush green valley, up another across the white portals of where met the convention of 1778 and a
one of the most beautiful where Mason's I' strip of sheet copper or lead in thegrooe.
through "George Washington's coun houses in Bill of Rights was I .
Then bend it the
try" to the outskirts of the nation's all America. adopted; past Bruton parish church over
capital dty, down through the rolling Just over the line in Orange county and Raleigh tavern (birthplace of I not sink. Use brass screws. They do AMERICAS VWJE /
Elutgrasa section that is Piedmont. with a venerable weeping willow Phi Beta Kappa) and William and rustCane 7WERES ONLY ONE KEUOSGS(
IA the yellow sands of Tidewater at its gateway is Montpelier, home Mary college, second oldest in Amer 4 CORN RAKES-=--GET
and the flourishing tobacco area of of James Madison fourth presidentof ica. seats can be tightened by THE
the United States and scrubbing with a weak solution of ORIGmAL? : IN 1HE WHITE
the south, all Virginia has hoisted his charm- History In Review. ,
the welcome sign. tog wife, Dolly. This imposing and Just outside Williamsburg on 'I soda and water and allowing themto FS, AND GREEN PA4GE.
gracious mansion, set far back behind the Jamestown road dry. The solution must not be
an amphithea- REGULAR
._High_ ,on a_ plateau above the P d" ..... ,, .._. _.. ._ permitted to come in 0 fAWLY SIZE..
contact wi
IOmag UI w.epeneC1. : lltUe noose'10 Olson .m. ia eiirrmnwfohv- tjOr n!_ -i.- _in. n...."" "... ,,* ."..,,"" '.. .....'..uu.:
dear to the heart of Its builder, breath-takbgdrlfb- i-in the and during this coming summer the surfaces.-. r
George Mason, that h'e declined of- springtime.In drama that is the whole early history To get a the I iI
fers of fame and fortune so that'be Westmorland county, not of the founding of the nation from more powerful
might never be far from the sight far from the Potomac, is the will sweep across its stage, the partsof claw your of the screwdriver, place z
of the smoke from its tall chimneys great house of Stratford, whichin the founding fathers played by blade. hammer over the
or the fragrance of its box-hedged all its simplicity and di ityprobabJy' leading actors of the American die to effect Then use the hammer han-'
gardens planted by the same hands has harbored more stage. r
which sa unfalteringly penned thtBill men of eminence than any other Farther down the road is Jamestown i'
of Rights and the first constitution residence- Virginia. Built by -first in importance of all the i i When pressing net or chiffon'
of Virginia. Thomas Lee acting colonial historic shrines in America, where-1 place it between. tissue paper. |
governor of Virginia more than the three little ships discharged their i ;
Imposing Mansions.Its .
200 years ago Stratford was the cargo of adventurous souls on that I Draperies of plain or small pat- !
lovely formal gardens shadedby birthplace of fire patriots of the May day in 1607 to lay the foundation L- i reined fabrics look best against a ..-
century old trees, Westover-on- Revolution, two signers of the of the American nation. In this j figured wall. On the other hand i I Buy U. S.
tht-James was termed "the most Declaration of Independenceand old brick church about which the ivy figured fabrics go best with a plain Savings Bonds!
beautiful place in America" by the Virginia's own Robert E. clings, Pocahontas was baptized !\ walL -- -
Marquis da Chestellux. This planta- Lee, of and married I -e-
son "Light Horse Harry and here the first legislative
tion was bought by William Byrd in ," who long called Stratford assembly in the new world I A discarded purse makes a dandy
1683 and the present house built in "home." met. first-aid kit for the car. Put in z. hoid year liT
1730 by William Byrd H (the Black Fredericksburg, In Richmond capital of the con I the purse the few medical supplies Cr.seen eomfortabiy dal aecur.raa)"d.y-.ed
George Washing- Ill
Swan) founder of Richmond.In I ailed dm5 amuiae Sib.
ton's first "home town" has all the federacy and "city of the seven that will suffice in emergenciesand po.d.rt n sraza* Hot ouaar
the 18th century "great house"of charm of an old valentine. Here hills," there are many historic points 'I'' keep it in a convenient place. .at. sob y pieauntio t uae
Carters Grove, near Williamsburg. imagination and memory play tag to visit beginning with the columned This wiU keep you prepared for It Accept so au ba LutaI
Is "the finest Georgian woodwork in capitol, when an arises. STAfei tea ibri
along old brick sidewalks past half. designed by Thomas Jefferson emergency !i fiaal
aH America" the richly carved balustrades hidden gardens and mellow brick around which teems the life I _
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of its stairway still bearing homes dreaming the sunshine behind of the cigarette capital of the work.Opened -
the sabre marks of Tarlton's men. white doorways with shiny especially for Garden Week I

Net far from busy WashingtonIs brass !knockers. Here Mary Wash are two homes which were ancient
Mount Vernon, shining white ington mother of George, greeted when America was first dreamed of :lA
and peaceful in its wide expanse the Marquis de LaFayette on his and which have been transported, I eJf 1r'-
of green lawns, while on another way to Yorktown and on the stepsof stone by stone from England. One ii' '
arm of the broad Potomac is the little cottage she kissed her of these Virginia House was once R

Wakefield, the sturdy little brick famous son goodbye. Along these the Priory of the Holy Sepulchre : (J 1- I
memorial house marking the streets which all called home at Warwick, England. J {0
site ", here Washington first saws walked John Paul Jooes. MattheFontaine qpHE PU8UCnattreofadvertisingbene _. i
the light of day. Maury. pathfinder of th seeand i L fits everyone it touches. It benefits the '
seas aDd Lewis LKtfepage, only lea, U across Chesapeake bay ;
public by
mel describing the
At Berkeley-on-the-James, of exactly
I products that are offered. It
citizen ever to hold o(rice' from the rest of Virginia. The
low brick without and rich panel- in the cabinet : benefits employees, because the advertiser
of a king. eastern shore has tbe oldest must be more fair
ling within, America's ninth presdent Next to Mary Washington's homeis : continuous and just than the
William Henry Harrison and court records in employer who has no obligation to the public. -
Kenmore, home of her daughter i America,
; dating from 1632. Located These benefits of
his famous father Benjamin Harrison Betty, wife of CoL Fielding Lewis, i here are some of the love ; advertising are quite apart from the obvious
of the Declaration of Independence benefits
signer born In who gave his forteae and ate life to Lest homes In the state, 11 of which advertising confers-the lower prices,the higher

upper room., were the same the caase of the R.......'.... I which daring will Garden be open Week.to visitors quality,the better service that go with advertised goods and firms.


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\\'E ARE living at a time Supreme court approval ,
when ideologies railroads: acquisition cf ownershipof
creeds and
vary and dash But the gospel Allies Tangle Over Reparations; ; Pullman facilities climaxed BEx-wthJ"
of human sympathy is universal seven years of litigation stemming J
i and eternal .from the government's anti-trust j i

Mine Inspection Looms as Issue ; action against Pullman Inc.. with '

a view toward improving sleepJr.g' ThEN11
I N- turn F. if: by W* trBKewT trine car and coach services |
t yaw tie, mum fs,.* At good turn fcEDITOR. NOTE *.... ..:--'.". .r. .t',..... .. mt (.!..... &UJ ar. Urn. ."T :
I II-. ,... it..ter. 1''u l.,,,.'. ..... ...:/.t. .sd .M ......ritr .f tau .......n.> I I The government came off with an .
s i.I II I even break in the proceedings. By ,,.

Life u DOt so short bu ttrat While forcing Pullman Inc. to gn e '

I there is time for courtesy Wise In the ways of pressing il up the operating end of its business, j' R.;.*.*d by WcMara Kcwcpapcr Caloa.
tttlr cause, World War II vets in
I i it lost an appeal to the Supremecourt
I Philadelphia protest order ban | THREAT OF REVOLT GREECE.
to nullify the sale to a group.
Sege Mae aM that a daMMd -
G.I, Taxicab association :
i k +)lISt a piste of costeek that selling bananas and apples from railroads handling 95 per cent of I WASHINGTON. The avoided
I to its )o.. the passenger service. Two banking
vehicles near city i ia ic syndicates which lost out in the bidding and practically urn entioned back-
and Robert R. Young's railroad I ground of the Greek-Turk aid measures .
He that fails today ma .
I is simply this:
interests also the
joined gover -
again tomorrow.-Cerv ;.. A
Russo-Bulgar-Yugoslav plan u
;:nent m fighting the sale cone ,
supposed to start now to sever
d:rg exclusive rail cwnership
Macedonia from Greece and create
)tud remove competitive inclmat. -
L-r there a separate new Balkan state
to facilities.
fWlnaJt lit tBlDD11t. ;:ns improve
under Communist control A spring

sPUN: merger of offensives to this end u
It was in a little Spa supposed (common report among

Die moon shone bright .1IC'l'e Toward King underground agencies including the

yt flowers had never u:: neralissnno Francisco Franco British) to have been planned at a

sweet. It %atruly a ; fs J.: concrete steps to realize tang meeting of Zhukov, Tolbukni and

romance a'..-ing plans for restoration of the Tin last September. Sbmdtaee-

The young man stood! : S:a: sh monarchy with sponsorship : ousiy a revolt within irkay, sponsored -
balcony and wenaded t.: to a.. a. ,ill providing for selection of a 1 by Kurds encouraged by Moscow -
.'. ', ,. I is expected to under
tol senorita : !wft r .,'' chief of state.L get way
i through guerilla activities of small
flower r- thr
t .
educed in the Spanish parliae"t -
ealm rikh' .. :- t tr t -- on the eighth anniversary ofFanco bands.

man on th( r.t accession to power. the The TwUsfe part of ta* pata

"Whoiignanth t11r,' :, tie cr,t': "easure permits him to name his is nt weH organized. The Tarts

MIIKBitter '. '1 fl- successor with the advice of a "coun- who speed 60 per teat .T tMr

"I did." ui .... 'rte senorita : i ->> Cil of the kingdom" including legislative budget for arms, are convinced
"But a or t \ my sing- StrikeTnlenoe substam: alternative. Apparently judicial rr..y. and religious the unit dI lead to WerM
jig*" asked the puzzled serenader."I flared m the New Orleans Moscow feels it would be able to I. leaders The :-t;' -u;e- .t be of War III, aad are wfOmg to feat.
Germany when her own
step on
love your cmgmg:' she inlib lad as two API Teamsters' The' Greek guerilla forces howt -
needs are satisfied. -- -- -- -- --
wreathed "but I never did like that locals, embracing a number of pro- ..er are supposed to number afcoct

!flower pot." iucers, struck against a distribu RETAIL: )w wi 5 vfantry. mostly Conimimht.

tors' reduction m milk prices from They! are supposed to enjoy excellent -

&.75 a hundredweight to IS 20. Record VolumeBoth ::-- -uaice from Bulgaria Al-

Although young Mayor De Lessens in the actual movement c' 132a and Yugoslavia. The Albana. -

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT Morrison of New Orleans preservedorder goods and gross income, retail trade! I .-s, f,r instance, have two dta-

within the city, strikers in the set an all-time peak m 1M6 ue s!nis on the Greek border. The

surrounding area seized trucks National Industrial Coofere:Le ant -g: '"eT: ient movement within

dumped milk invaded trains and board reported. Greece as a whole is regarded as

ROME FURNISHINGS_& APFU.FOR fired at vehicles headed for the Lou- Consumers' pent-up needs determined be 'g supported by perhaps 15 per
tsiana metropolis. In one dramatic cent of the population To thwart
K W. scud complete parts to make buying trends the board
aeauseui Table LAMP anyone can d.aet.ame .- toray, an armed band in nearby the rjerUa effort before it gets
0111. screwdriver nQwftd lotramcn pointed out. In the last quarter
Kentwood raided the offices of the
(:0., Est E. nits 5&, New I".k expenditures for goods exceeaei under way the Greek army is moving -
---- -- -- Farmers which
Dairy Cooperative
northward and attacking the
those for services, with purchases
MISCELLANEOUS has opposed the strike, to cart off non-durable items (clothing etc. J known guerilla areas, although they
Its records. art hampered by bad communications -
fP.SI ....... .... Fioo Orderly distribution of milk from totaling a record S3 per cent of income including destroyed railroad
: and those for durable merchandise
.* Illinois. Missouri and Wisconsin in stock and roadbeds.
& ,..-., 251 New Orleans as result of lIayOlHarn.aa's (refrigerators, etc) reaching damaged
10.9 per cent Just 1.5 per cent POSSIBILITIES OF WAR
,.,LAo.................... firm policy threatened to below the peak. Other board findings i: Don Joan {left} and Franco. The average world diplomat sees
break the strike. Union spokesmen
YNL 0 I included more world war possibilities than
Rim 01 o ...,= a. called upon city and state officialsto : ; roy. brood; Spanish. at least 30 exist in these potentialities, because
r.w1 Retail sales totaled
two slightly
halt out-of-state deliveries in
en- years of age and a Catholic In the Russia is everywhere a hidden partner
forcement of the law requiring local over 96 billion dollars.
event of Franco's death a special
unwilling to re-
accept open .
I and declared such action Dollar volume was 26 per teat
Inspection with the council
and Hold YourU. gponSibClty Military men think the
the over 1945 but actual movement
would end to
bring an early would name a successor, subject totwothirds Communist withdrawal in North
..S. Savings Bonds strike, with the union wilting to negotiate of goods rising only prices.12 per cent, ccfleeting approval of parliament China may have been undertaken

differences to clear the for the
recently way
Consumer credit soared to 18btHion
************** MOSCOW: at the end of 1945, $J,38O- Prince Don Juan son of the spring Balkan campaign. At any

000,000 over IMS. late King Alfonso who fled Spain in rate, it was this situation from
Plain Talks 1931, was m line for the throne, but which Britain announced with-

COAL differences with Franco may leadto : drawal of her troops from Greece
a military man, George Craig
establishment of a regency for his : (Marco 31) and into which Mr Truman
Marshall is of
primarily a man ac- Mine Inspection
9-year-old son.EDUCVTION. proposes to move with money
tin He has ltftd'up to character -
In Mosccw as the U. S. delegate to John L. Lewis' dramatic edict for for a local defense lice *

twe foreign ministers conference, a six-day memorial for the 111 men : The money plans have been

us:ng the diplomatists' chief weapon killed m the Centraha EL, mime disaster Teacher Program concluded. Mr. Truman Is to

Recommended -words-to get more and more forcibly pointed op the need fire 400 mHiion dollars in near
for of the Amid the concern about the
improved supervision pits
action. ly any way he sees fit loans,
by MauJ DOCTORS Marshall threw the gauntlet down to remove dangerous conditions: scarcity of teachers and American grants, advances) of which 300
threatening the lives of United Mote teaching standards the National Education -
to both the Russians and French on millions will r* to Greece. Of
association to do
I. Helps tone up adult the question of economic and ad- Workers. proposes this amount 150 millions will be
ministrative unification of Ger- Within recent John L. has something about it.
< \ stems help years partly military advances (rations
adr .M dh eeced to relieve pressed for federal supervision over Meeting to Chicago the USOClaI -
.. sJ : :-tn kiJd: soundS man\ clothing) and 150 millions
\ teeth ,---1,g bones.Siii. the .-\. g;: '-.* 't'r;:"n *", :era of a mine conditions. Be won a point i I tic: t'. national commission on teacher are for civilian purposes, including -
last May in negotiating a contract education and professional stand- 50 millions for equip
r with the government by having Secretary ards outlined a comprehensive program ment (railroads and road reconstruction -

Ff --J of the Interior Krug agreeto for remedial action based ), M millions for agricultural -
a safety code to be observed in upon raising salaries and elevatingthe rehabilitation and M

I U -operated mines. calling to high social rank inline millions for internal tests, to-

Because of divided authority, the with medicine: and law. coding administration. The

Cc-traLa disaster permitted state Working through state and territorial Turks are to get the other 1M

and federal officials to pass the buck commissions the NEA seeks ratttton mostly in military ma-

between them. As the official operator a minimum salary of $%.496 for a terial, but including some workon

W/uJSu/IA7. of the mines, the U. S. was new teacher with four years of college the roads and improvement

HI eau: inn in Mm If 'Ccrouble for maintenance of safe aDd professional training Salaries of railroads

RHEUMATISMNCURmSLUMBACO none in th* nits. M the . J < "forcmg agency 'the state bad $.o00 for experienced and highly The human relief advances are to
!de: in addition to this and centeredat
tr e obligation to compel observance: educated instructors
50 millions for Greece in a
MCNEIL'SMAGIC c' afety practIces. To raise the rank of the profession .
T.";-' Out at M Jf general 390 million dollar Balkan
Krug was left open to Lewis' bitter the NEA would require four food relief bill. In addition the

:- r. t f _r'"tn a"r s .. e te charge that the 11 miners were years' college preparation for all Greek War Relief Association at
REMEDY rec t-v: l.' .centra Europe In po- killed by his "criminal negligence"by teachers, stimulate teacher scholar- this country is raising 12 rafthocs .

I lire language yneanmg the same 1eo I IJ' the government's insistence in ships for selected high school grad- under approval of the President! ,
trR.: Marshall Mid the U. S could the recent contempt proceedings uates and limit classes to 25 to M Herbert Hoover Governor Dewey

iirvfc m mt u scum< r:r tand for any boH-dozmg: by I against the tJMW that it has ,exercised pupils. Local state and federal and others to give medical child

f u MINII ma a n ua r.adM.I.J' Ru< <:.a or France m working out ann'eer I a real rather than t< VIta MII M.We mttMfi.li m. nt "crt unsatisfactory to the I of the mines since last May the current national educa- WORLD
t S tion budget by tv.illion dollars.
DIVORCE Thus Greece is to cast 362 mil.
WNt ,4 154'Backnurts' :' -1..' a'sMootovdeclaredthatpay-1! s : in the Nws. boos more atop the 358 millions already -
.- -' nf from current J People .
Blames Hollywood .
: given (largely by the Ul ted
t -;,i, :ion was a* abaofate essen- As the British KING: Six hours after the deathof : States) for a visible total of 72ft mtt-

i :, ', e c o.DO m i unification.. |, check the government stroveto King George II of Greece, his : lions so far. The need is great, but
F:o.., ead insisted that her der i mounting divorce rate Paul I a his I this not bad for
the American of brother, was sworn as is a nation with an
movie capital Holly-
-ants: 'cr German coal be ccnsid- :
The third of the late estimated 1999
wood blamed for considerable successor sen population of nflbw. -
was a
e.eo: before all other questions Constantine to ascend the It
King represents over $160
I pet
And Your Strength and the U. S. has portion of the marital mishaps
Backed Britain
> Greek throne. Paul is 45, dark and man woman aDd child so far pr&b.
m the United
It Below Far occurring Kingdom
Energy held out against the payment of
slender mon cle tl uy bMT surd t.y di.otd.r ., t'.. huge reparations from current German Writing in a British medical magazine -
Dissuaded is
hwcUoa tbatmet naval and military man. probably today as large as
p.t..a .cams
for several reasons Dr. J. C. Wand, Anglican bishop
production -
Hft8wlare. Far truly rar.ra ar from marrying a commoner and 1S39).
.... .... u..... _k Md "' First the U. S. has a-gued of London, asserted that in the absence -
to the The
his nature of these
rights crown
.b.a doe kidays r..I Ie nm.n.stda giving up in very steps
__ __ .,.. that such would dram the of sound guidance from other
aad .lbw 1M payments the '30s, he later was wed to a shows them unlikely to involve
'*Y .q ar.r aaniac b.et.tb.a1o1a. German economy aad leave there sources most British youth received daughter cf the German kaiser as in war. As the Rossiaa par-
....aao. ....... b..a.ak... .. ch m need of outside support; I. their notions of love from Hollywood ticipatira is secret the Beds

C:: alrks., i.e sad p..em.:.tastyn.r Ilt.oo..t : second it has been felt that tfae scenarios, stressing passion are hardly likely U come oat .,
sa __ eN bag L.Ua..e. revival of German iDdI retry to meet aDd ignoring spiritual values MAYOR: Running as an independent their explosive shells. Indeed
& at ..-.....t..f..jtd. .i colossal Russian reparation de- Dr. Wand declared that Hollywood Democrat with the backing cf :
kilo...01' bi.ddar. they can hardly openly oppose !
n..aJW.14) b...dasbt iaatn..tr.t ,...,I zrands would open the way for redevelopment films convey the imprcssicn that kin the old Kelly machine soave, sil- oar efforts t* svstaia (.nra-
I. ..r tkaa ..ti.. l : of a German ntdus- is an overwhelming impulse to be ver-ha red Martin H. Kennefiy won
against guerilla warfare
bialy. :. the Chicago mayoralty in a walk
obeyed at the cost of repressing
t k t ; trial war potential. DO matter what they may 1M ta ;
::.tbaa Li...a:: ==fa.aata. and t..: On the other band. Russia apparentlv natural instincts. Somebody ea.'s from his Republican opponent Russell secret. Fnrtb nn.re, U Greece
.. ray l Are a& all disc is wiling to risk a strong Ger- husband or fiance is free lame andanybody W. Root. Taking page from and Turkey really roeeeed is
c.. Li..1.7. many to secure badly needed mate standing in the way cf satisfaction the late GOP :Mayor Big Bill"Thompson' i thwarting spring gvenlla .,era. i

rats and goods to repair her V arranged cf passion is a "spoilsport'* bock Root tried towage : turns, they win have made war
I C'OUIItIy.1th the U. S. and or "enemy of the human race," Dr. a local campaign en national I Just that mack mere safikeiy

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GLADES COUNTY when be felt a heavy band on his attractive and home-like with nice' green the birds are singing, and Answer to last personality: Don

shoulder and turned .to look into yellow curtain. and pictures hanging the Sophomores have spring fever Galassinl
DEMOCRAT the face of Frank Turner game about the room. From what I The poor teachers are baring a Our personality this week happens -

warden in the LaBelle area. Frank could see the teacher has a hard time trying to keep all our minds to be one of the cutest girls la
MOORE HA>EJf. ri-OHIDA born ia Virginia
She was
just wanted a look at Macks license time to keep them supplied with inside the rooms intend of oat OB school
..... to Moore Ha....
but when he searched for it. enough work. the creek or just leafing in the aDd
Entered a. Mcood-cUc matter. Hay ia Stuart for a while but
I. 1127 at the PoctofBee at Moor it just waaat there. Mack did The sixth grade has very Rood turn, but we've had these symptoms She
Haven Florida under the Act of some fast talking aDd managed to dteiplift, they must have a strict I before else we'd feel quite uneasy is hack with us. She is dark com
Congress of March t: HIT. and hat pretty borwn eyes.Favorites .
convince Prank that be had a license orderly instructor or else they just about onrselrea plected

and would produce it nest know how to be good are

P.bII.hrd turT Friday OJ'' day so brigftt and early the next The other six grades have Just '.lNIOiRtl'S I Car-Ford.
THE GI.tUE< I'BI\T1 ('0.. Int.
CARR FTTLK. .....U..u morning the warden was here to completed their next to the last six- (Char Clayton Food-Fried ehtekea.I .
bate a look at Mack's license--aad weeks of work and can see the end I The Seniors are rejoicing over I \'tor-Van Johnson.ActresEater .

-- --- I still it couldn't be found Luckily\ of school IB sight The Seniors are the success of their box sapper and Williams

!'ab.rrtptl.a Ra'".' for Mack the judges office retain making plans for their commence I cake walk We did very well or

0.. T..ar _.__.__ _.__ __ ,LIO i a receipt for all licenses issued and meat program and are also looking so we think! The tickets were put TO ivruowcr MIX .%$KlN(.

as )I..c. .___ _-.:_ ,1..1fJvlEANDECJNGS he was able to obtain a duplicate. forward to next Friday which will I lia a hat, mixed sad Richard Yates VMTF. TO IOHIIWS *.IM.LLAXO

But he was sweating; for a time be the Junior-Senior banquet. drew the Inky winner, who was tWRI_... rK
and from now on will probably Cecile Brooks.

have his license hand}. !IOtllfOIllOR& NEWS We are looking forward to our
T.LL.HAEE.rril 9--1 if\- ,
- Joy Summers) banquet and prom with treat eager-
i Drew brii.ch oi :'umI -
The sophomores are having great; ness. We feel for you that. aren't{,i Senator
By Carr Settle I u .. Ell IiiiiI Mil IIII aspirations. Miss Run has beenasking iBTtted I I sirs, said this week he will introduce -
the legislator: autborising -
a bill in
I SCHOOL DAZE as to ten her what we want With commencement looming
the state to acquire Wa-
which to be after we finish high school ahead we talk plan of it every time
Mo. there has been nothing h condemnation if
pring >
from I'I One of the boy wants to be a patrolman we meet. We're really getting excited kulla :
could be construed as news :iT.11'Fliiditur necessary for us::* as: a park and
mechanic One !
the sugar mill this week but !*>- Hrflta a ,.. -vent! home for war veterans
everything appears to bo working+I I I Associate Editor HetMe KoManoaSart boy goes to bed at night thinking Around the last moath of school >n\ rippled children

out very nicely from the fragmentary -' he'll be a dentist; he gets up IB the we hope to pat a special! "School and ,< -

reports we got and I don't --_____ Char' Clayton I morning wanting to be an architect Date" out so that each student can belief that cancer
: when he goes home at noon It is a common -
have a copy Every reporter can
think itll be too long now Tommy WaymanIVrsoaalathii
confined to the ad-
he thinks he might be a musician; pick that time to show his abilityat is a disease .
\\hea company officials said _. <)aI Raaterw* ('a.... how-
after loach he is almost sure be journalism with an extra fine vance age groups
I'' Ka4hteeu
they never made any statements wants to be doctor. Some of the ever, attacks children too. declares
piece of news. We hope yoall all
am inclined to think they meant I Refer __ T. Jean Iapee Board of Health Dur-
girls want to he nurses a few want co-operate to help make this papera the State
that So far as I've been able I rote C1oMTypists >
just children died from
to be seeretraies aDd most of them ing 194} more
wonderful reminder of the school
to learn only two letters have ever: _-__... Beetle RoMaso from poliomyelitis
want to be housewives 194S-47. cancer than
I ,
received from them during JtoHall I
ben One of the laws that appeared that disease which created such a
this long period by people hereon Jean ItvpreeMfew Monday morning in Home Room I'KKM>N.UJT1' I I panic last year.
of these during the past week Epasor ___. __ not WIUIIYUoR I
time was: Anyone who writes or
by Mrs T. W. Weeks clerk of the
thanks for &IIm scratches on desks shall clean same _-"- "
circuit court, expressing
and varnish The
scrape same same.
her help in clearing up some of the KO\1\. TIIFMris NOTICE OF HEARING
boy who was the first culprit madeso
' ihtegs which have caused a cloud I than Hefhni
much of the scraping art<< that .... .... ..
oa the title of the mill site. Their In search of a title for an ( : : : :-: :-:-: :-:-: : : :
many of the other boys want the .
letterhead should allay some of the torial this week I found \ public hearing will be held 11- the Florid Milk ( otn-
'di-1 kind of work to do. .V kind
fears expressed by some folks for it turning into a campus ro\er Ini-ion at Court HOUM in Moore lla\rn. 1 Florida on April :c:,
waa something like this: Tropicaldtgars The first grade; pupils are of Tom Sawyer, whitewashing the 1917, at 1 I' M, for the purpos- of making Kith investigations
Offices Moore work lor I fence act, you know.Some as shall teem proper to the ('ion,
Inc, Head active and hard at looking I
Haven, Florida the end of school The grade; seem* i of the Sophomores along U this IwariiiR nklence and tet-timony will be rescued
class and with Boat of the Freshmen are retathe to the rot of production anti to be outstanding
encouraging that work- a very I II'm
It ia also their having a terrible time with Mr milk products In the (.laden County Milk Market iftg Artw.The .
... for the contractor for moving sure everybody enjoys i "
"Xand Mr Y They have public U faulted to tten.l. -
the mill from Louisiana to Florida merry melodies which are beard! .
learned subtract them
to add them
have already begun writing and every morning daring the first
about housing aceommodatfea period bat I understand the other multiply them.-both In whole L. 1:. XIt'hoJ.u. Jr., \dministrator
sting numbers and fractions. Now thee
*, In all probability they'll three grades ia the little building
being flattened out flat bj
have to follow the lead of the turtle are also responsible for part of are
something they call Situ ultanekos<
their house with then these
aad bring
Equations The "A" class ha'
bat it's about time we gave a little The second grade must have an straggled through this field, anf
thought to this and start making excellent teacher for they are very
are ready to tackle the nt g mf
seat kind of an effort to provide orderly and are already young called Radicals The i poor Litt!< Hardware Needs
h* .*iBg for as many of these people ladies and geattaaen !
kindergartners are just beginning
as possible until accommoda- The third grade Mas welcomed to work Simultaneous Equations

t.*.. can be provided spring by each coloring a pictureof Whether they will live through 1

a pot of flower., They were all is doubted but we are ,'mouraginj s For Spring

Just a few weeks ago before very curious as to what business I them all we can. and w." a5Sur4tbem

th Baptists began construction of had entering their room. that we will send flows! :.';3 i F
tfce HW church addition which The fourth grade is very hard at anything disastrous happt'cs

takes up his Wednesday afteraooDlpretty I work with their geography but were The sun is shining th; {-_ :.
well. Ex-Mayor Mack Green!i rather restless because it was getting !; -
(and I emphaeite the title) took oft near dinner time.
for Ortona one Wednesday for a Practically all the students of Spring gardening and lawn work

try at snook fishing lie had pull- the fifth grade are hard at work

ed out a couple of small ones and, competing with the next to get the DEPENDABLE creates a definite need for implements and

was thoroughly enjoying himself: highest; grades Their room Is ATM MAGNETO

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Mn Gladys Stalls and Miss Peggy Mr and Mrs. Henry Elehen orltoa. t FIR T MITHODItiT OHIRCHW. ,

Stall left yesterday afternoon to \ 111., are elected to arrive :s!.o. Bozrnua, .MiniverCharch

spend a couple of days in Lake tomorrow for a visit with Mrs.

Wales and Tampa Eicheas sitter. Mrs Harry Foster School, *
1 :tt a. mCh .
aad )lr. Foster. rch
Worship. 11:Ot a. m.
Mr and Mrs. E. S. "OOIA... You have a cordial iavttatioa to
I Hiss Wvleae Wood of Fort Myers Mrs L. E. Farina Mra.! D. C. worship each
s Sandal aMratac ta
w.r the goeats at Mr. sad Mrs. Go..... Miss Myrtle BevMtta and the Methodist Ckarck. Its soleparpaac

I Hajlh:i Wood here Saaday. M. E. Merrtaaa attended the State is te create die foadnhias

-- Edacattoaal Association meeting in
I : of worship whereby a panoa might
T. ----- prseeace of God sad
:Jill DeerfieM Kansas, where he find inspiration
and amiaajk We .
Miss Ann Leahy And ai- J t -V..L.j., ut.i"I' cba.rm SI.IH a <.'upJt of weeks on busi- Mrs Mary Aaa Mardock of are ao more free to wanfeds or not
ui nhoS. West Palm Beach and Audie Cor- '
worship that .
; we are eat or
Kenny Murdock Wed Attending the meetine were bett of South Bay spent Sunday j j not to eat. la either cat we grow
i ..r .: : .%', v- i \ivj it- J"-hn Brown and Mr i' F Rote '" t'h Mr and Mrs. E. L. Bran- or we starve
aceordiag to
Sunday In WauchulaMiss I j! i! V /:,. y :.1 '\1-I \U I I L ,).U hit Sunday morning for .I ri.s n. I''we eat. Attend worship and the food test

1 rYr.. < 1 r ia. uia to attend the state Re- '
Mrs M
and \.j i: the week by four own experience
Ann Leahy and L. Kq..t ? T and Mrs. \\ T. Bat. Mrs. J. I t,. K:'i. .\saembly.IS. Mrs Julia Burdette left Taeada I r'

tKcnnri Murdock were marr.edSuoda : 11 Ireeup. Mrs George ftaM5r. *. I ni 'ot for her home in Charleston I

) afternoon at one-thirty in \ .- J. S. Williagham, Mr*. Baker Cochrareptn' thf 1H't"k- W. Va. after spending the pa.several .-', ; PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS t tI

the Met&odtet Church at Vfaocfcola, and Mrs Lillian CramPERSONALS. end with Mi I and Mi. joe Van IX months\ hose with her nncl -

RfVo... putor of the than. I' \"ud<_ til route to lakeland from <- (.' H settle and ..... Settle I .

officiating. t Xiaml. I .... W.4iesis.M' ,IM
The only attendant were ..... i :Matt Greene and his: mother,
t n. H t.anti and E i. Bowyer!t r.
W S. Shields. a sister, and C. Mis J U c retnt'. left Sunday for !
Mr and Mrs J. M. C and wart \isitur in Naples last Thar i i
.ae 4
P. Mardock, brother of the I.outOi'sle..lta.. whin Mrs, (=reese GOOf Jobs FOR POBMBi .
tcroon.Mi .
Jo Ana were in Miami Tuesday dad making the trip in Mr Bow>- NAVY MAB. A1Ttl.GUARD
Leaky i> the daarbter of will! spend the summer Mr rif-ne SPECIANDJob : ''I'II
I tr plane.
g j ji jI
Mr. Hr D. B. i-xpt-tted to return home today Mtt3rade..
Leaky of &.ox- I
Seaaan __ ,
j Mr. I a5 i
I i any Mrs K Bw were Ti Itor': -
\ilie. Tenn, and _
was reared mod Machinm
.ln Miami yesterday :. ;' I :.u 1:1:EthersoL is spending : Mr and Mrs W. G. [uses left 114 5. 4,
educated in erpnt 05.5.
the -- 4
publicschools of
I :; I. dd.at. her home '' Wednesday awning for their homein Power M',i, 1,.. 5. 4. I
that city. She came to Moore Ha- ssu- (If iilnee.> slit h.'rf'I'I'I New York I Optician 3"; 4.
vea a little over a year ago to establish Mrs J. C. Swindali spent tht I it a to spend the summer Radio )-charit AAF 7S4" 4,
week-end in Naples and Miami lit St. .ion LnhersityI months bat plan to visit several Tire R>-pairt' ;:4.. j. 4
resMeace and has beea employed 1 MoturrU .__ ITS s, 5'i.t
Ii I Ilint I'll route. .. -
here most of the tithe lI !!ce. I ;: : \ ,, m '" E" - Mr and Mrs Carton Bandy of \M lit. Vt, '
and Mrs Ward Roberts and 'I } '.ntc Light !OJ.: 5 4.
Mr. .
Mu4eek .
rated IB WanchBla
waa .mn'n.. .\ >reward S-
were the week-end Mr and Mrs Fred Jenkins f.3
j spent
perry spent tile week-end at Fort ,
aad .orkad ten far a One I'r>r. IfS '. 4
I truest.Hollywood of )fr. and Mrs H. I
Eyes Beach. the week-fed in Frostproof with ma many otherkiller QaalifiedArmy.
before ktertag *.rvfce. After Iou tiobinsonMre Navy Marino. md <.. .at Guard
I Mr and Mrs Lee Pippin and fam-
yean is tM 1?. 8. Caast tinned keretimed I \'f t.r..ns who h-<\f,1! .ay of toir
I il'". the occasion the celebration -
being 4f\l' oerup.itionalpr >ties for
lien aM it aaaodated Mr and Mn L. >>. Lilh were smr.r.tt %
Dais-y Yoder and Biily of Mr Jenkins' and Mr Pip- : Of mr.rrnv\ now enlist in thr .
with Ida ...*.*.....1.-...., Ralph business visitors in Fort Mere (.D Brooks I w n. orular .\r n. at a grade dp
of West Palm Beach
are pin's birthdays _
Wood. IB tM dfatrfbiUon Monday. i : : d.n rr tK- VDrth of your prf-
of spending this week here with Mrs i-.r. .rr..lal prc\tlT er\icr.
Ofl ........ I N.s. 1.FI. Array pay and the oppor-
Cecile Brooks Mr and Mrs. H. C. Hidings .;rd -., .
f ri:' t-- ; .r Mr. and Mrs. Mardock hare rented Mn Ward Briason of Pompano and daughter. Dee, of New \...... career more attractive! now thinerer
the W. G. Safes home Mar the spent the week-end with her par- Mr and Mrs Jesse Harris moved City are expected to arrive Sunday before Stop in and find out th""p""Ial
grade will reetv under
trailer park.MVNRfMHtflXU. f eats Mr. aad Mrs. E. L. Branaaa. recently to West Palm Beach to you
for a visit with her sister Mrs this new War Department regula-
make their kosse. Tisi- I t'<'rpp;\ at the nearest f S. Army
They were Mack Greene and brother. E S
; .\T >KTTLK + George Laadqaist and Bob King tors here yesterday.Mr. Wood Mr and Mrs Greene will i P.K r '; nc Station orCrman

J+oII; THUKoIMY KKMM3Mr were te West Pala Beach oa k.staeas meet their plane In Miami I C BUilding
Taeaday.W. and ..... H. B. Yoder Mr
and Mrs Carr Settle were and Mn Ray Yoder and Mr and

boils at a dinner-bridge at their P. Franklin and Frat LoU .... K. J, Baamcardaer enjoyed a

hone last Thursday evening the of Fort Myen were hosiaess visitors deep-sea fishing trip off PalmBeach JOE'S FISHING CAMP

lint of a series of such parties to here oa Moaday.r oa Taeaday.Mr .
.. held monthly Mr and ..... E. : +:-----x
sad Mn. E. A. Zeicter of and Mn H. B. Yoder ofBarUesrWe
M. Boyle were the kit attiring U fishermen withNKW
and to
BOW Often ready serve port
I Sarasota spent the weak ead hon ere
oMBte aad Mr and Mrs. R. D. Okla., arrived Sunday
fader drew tile conaoUtion prise.Present night and will spend the reaaiaderof
tile month here visiting memben Enjoy U e world's best black Dues thing: la Lake OkeerbobceJuvt
were Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ft. E. Jordan were of his family.
off lead 25 at Industrial Canal
Boyle. Mr and Mn Toder, Mr easiness visitors te Fon Myen Sat-
and Mrs. A. G. Hutchlasoa, Mr. and Reasonable rate Phon 7.4 for re ervatlon.e
arday William Marshall and Lyle Lash-
Mra. W B Irhy Mr and Mrs. W..
toy of Alton in, arrived yesterdayfor
Joe Griffin Owner
Matter aid Mr. and Mrs. Settle. Mr. and Mr. R. L. Saadford of a visit with Mr. Marshall's mother ,

Sarasota were the week.... (taestsef Mrs Harry Foster and Mr "L.\\bTO ;"; :.; ;.; }'LORlU.I .\
Flaaden.Ewell .
Mr. and Mrs Fred Poster.

Bomldia of McKenzie,

The adult elm of tile Baptist ,..., flatted big ......., Miss

Training Union following a rib Myrtle ........Easter ...-....

raaat held last Tkaraday night at,

Ac borne of the pastor Her. John Mrs George Sturgis left .....y

Moore, held a abort bosiaeaa ...- for St. Petersburg to spend a coaal

lag and elected new officers for of weeks with relatives. Oven the that
tile year as followsW. : one car gives you

R. Riley, president; Mn. J. Mr and Mn R. A. Wit Hass

C. Swtndall. rice-president; Mrs A. were called to Palmetto Satnrdaj AT LOWEST COST
O. Howdeshell. secretary Mrs by the illness of Mn. Williams

Ulttaa Cram qaiz leader; Mrs Fred sister. Mn T. P. Winter. She ta

Jenkins. social chairman; Fred reported improved hot atUl quite ft in all these features..in all these ways
Jenkins group captain No 1 and and Mrs William" remained then

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Tow SUNDAY Lesson J

Of Th.H .lfB7b.. Institute at Qxlc*(.. E ''SCR f0
Released by Western newspaper Voloo.

' la WASHINGTON Released by Western newspaper nloo.
Released by Western Newspaper Un1oo.L BY-PASSING UNITED: NATIONS

By Welter She ad Lesson for April 20 FLTlOSR1IS SAVER, WASHINGTON The more the By VIRGINIA VALE

BENEFITS GOVERNMENT diplomatic corps scrutinizes the Truman -I MATTHEWS, the
WNU CorntpoWeWAntiCommunist
doctrine for Greeoe and Turkey I Sister" star,
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts seletird A reader, George Treadwell, secretary "Big
and copyrighted by International of the more its members are inclined : her radio career with a
WNU Waalierfu But..u.JIll Council of Religious E4ucakIDaecl.. by Rotary club No.1, Chicago began
think the USA made
x,.Sf., N. w. permission sends me an authorless clip to the a I bang; a graduate of the Royal

ping which he says, sounds like historic mistake in by-passing : Academy of Dramatic Art, in

Policy ; THE KINGDOM STRENGTHENEDAND I something I had written. The little United Nations London, she was accustomed

Offers Us Stern ChoiceThe ENLARGED story was supplied to the Rotarianby This is the conclusion of friendly to the stage's broad gestures,
I Dan D. Clinton of Houston, Tex., disposed diplomats many of them and in one expansive sweep she

impact of President Truman'snew LESSON TEXT-n Samuel" 17 53. I who said he had beard or read it Latin Americans, whose future is knocked the script from the hands
MEMORY SELECTION -Da waxed Thanks for the compliment tied up with the peace and prosperity mike. Last
doctrine of American destiny I greater and greater soy the : the Cod !i ii of this While i of her fellow actor at the
"Tread but I country. they rec-
his new policy embracing the of busts was with htm.-U Samuel S:M. cannot claim to be : year she won three of Canada's top
i i the ognize the need for speed they are
of the ,
daddy waif I
principle of freedom as opposed to k i although awards to radio actors; played opposite
convinced that President Truman
wish I could That little
forces of disruption in the world David was the great king of Israel : piece so Sir Cedrc Hardwicke, Ra'ph
continues to have a sobering effect j His life and reign are of unusual i aptly describes the conditions of should have placed all the facts before Bellamy and C ,: Boyer, amc: g
the United Nations the
upon this nation's capital as the interest and the Bible gives : these times-today, tomorrow and at very others Her flat: :art on an .\ml'aGRACE -
next year-that I am swiping it to start not as an afterthought. They
magnitude the aspects much information about him In the ,
awesome I '
also fear the USA established -
I pass along to other readers. Here it a prec-
and the grave import and implications rapid survey of Israel's history edent that boomerang. Two
under may
is as printed in Rotarian
of his words are studied and : which we are making m our lesson
cited their
the title, "What's Inflation* : cases are to prove point.
digested I series, we have just this one lesson I :-

As a matter of fact, President Tru- on David's reign and that is concerned ".\ man who ran a small 1. Suppose the situation Is reversed

raan's message did not contain or more with the nation than chicken ranch needed wheat for and Russia wants to apply ,t

advance any new American doctrine with its king i his chickens, so he went to work the Truman doctrine to LatIn .

because such statements as Amer j This unique man was by God's for a farmer one day a week. America. She now has an excetient .

ica's interest in the freedom-loving I, choice placed over Israel. At first The farmer paid him $3 a day. excuse for by-passing

peoples of the world our supportof : he received only the allegiance of He used the $S to buy wheat the United Nations.

world democracies has been j the southern division of the king from the farmer at $1 a bushel. 1

advocated and applauded for years, I I dom. Judah (see II Sam. 2 4). But So, every day be took home five nd To Panama be more specific Tt.' : ") i = t
particularly during the war years. i by showing himself friendly (Prov. : bushels of wheat American are
nations correspr't :
What the President's message did 18:24) he won the hearts of the : "One: day he said to the farmer Greece and Turkey. Paiu"2

do, however was to accompany i people of the north, Israel and they : 'I've get to bare more money. ', Turkey both sides of J
is on a r.
thee laudable words with a policy too recognized him as king (II Sam. : I'm going to charge you $6 a rc; ,
I way jut as vital to : : -5
to be translated into action 3;15). ; day for my work' 'I know bow .
the Dardanelles to the USSR N.
Those high in government circles ; it is.' said tbe farmer 'I've gt
Thus united, the kingdom was aragua alongside Panama c u:3:
are aware of exactly what is entailed 'I to have more money for my .l
ready to move forward by the control the Panama canal, just a!*
by support of the action. They wheat. wheat
Starting today
is the
blessing of God-and that nation controlling Greece could
accept it-Senator Vandenberg Senator will cost you S1JW a bushel.' So
in lesson. !
story before us our control the Dardanelles
Lodge Senator Morse, Senator the man worked one day a week
Alken all agree that the President's I. The Lerd Was With Them (vv: I for the farmer and at the end It is no secret that Russian agents ;an progra u..'- on a CBS sustaining -

MO. have been extremely active in partsof <=hI"'I'tJ; Huston, the "B.g
action and his policy most be sup- of the day took home five bash
ported and carried oat a policy A united peoplel I How important :I els of wheat Latin America and the day may Sister dire, tor, heard a general

which places this nation in the that is in the affairs of the nations. : "A little while later the man come when Communist governments audition she had then and ten
I In one or more of these countries months later she got her presentrole.
breath-taking position! of assuming Nothing is more disturbing or a i said his would have to
wages go
Its rightful place as a world power greater hindrance than internal !I! up to $7.50 a day and the will appeal to Russia for help against .

and the champion of an the down friction. We ought to deal quickly i i! farmer put the of wheat the USA. As !sovereign nations they --iI--

trodden peoples of the earth startIng and decisively with any group or i! up to $1.50 a bushel.price So the man could argue, just as do Turkey and I i Warner Bros.' "Treasure o* the

with a 400 million dollar loan to force; in the life of our nation which ', continued to work one day a Greece. that they have a right to get i Sierra )(adre" may be known as

Greece and Turkey. is clearly divisive or disloyal week with the farmer and at the help from whomever they please- | the father-and-aon opus. Humphrey
the United Nations.
This tremendous responsibility, Think, then how important it is : end of the day be brought home by-passing i Bogart is starred, of coarse but

the aftermath of war strikes at the that God's people in the Christian five bushels of wheat. In such a case Russia would have Jack Holt and his son Tun, who has

very security of every man wom- church stand together in undivided i j the precedent of the Truman doe- a leading role, appear in it. And
"After while
; his
a got
an and child in America. It is. in loyalty to Christ our King and in : wages trine and could argue that what's Walter Huston is featured, and his
to $10 and he $2
a day, paid
fact, a new call to arms for as a loving devotion to one another.I I up sauce for the goose is sauce for the son John not only wrote the story
bushel for his wheat The
result of this new definite American : a I gander According to this doctrine and directs the picture, but also ap-
Jerusalem which to be the farmer said his wife. 'Isn't it
policy these developments are likelyto : Russia would have the right to send i i pears m cue sequence May be the
David and which wonderful? I'm twice
of figures
"city getting
happen and if we are to follow military equipment to Panama and i start of a Dad-and-Junior cycle;
so prominently not only in historybut j i as much for wheat as I usedto. I
i my son's debut m "Pur-
through on this policy, must happen. Nicaragua regardless of our oppo- : after seeing his
In prophecy, had to be wrested I .' Tbe man with the chicken 1 srtion I\ sued," Henry Carey began writing

Means Risks, Sacrifices from the hands of the heathen ranch said to his wife, 'Isn't it I This illustration may appear farfetched ; a screen play of early Nevada days

; The people of the nation in every Jebusites, and be established as the wonderful I'm getting' twice : But diplomats point out ; for his offspring

hometown m the land must be aswere sacred city and the capital of the the wages I used to get that already Chile, where the Com- --+-

.. .
mr red. as sing k o t purpose. as we Jewish nation. "- Puzzle who',s ahead. Na I mumsi parry holds the balance or When Jane ("The Ov lW") R.s-

in fighting a victorious war: Note that the kind and consider. body. Who's behind Tbe pea power, is signing a trade pact with sell did a guest singing aeeara een

the people must be ready to back up; ate king was not a weakling. He ple with savings in the bank. Russia. the Kay Kyser show she

and accept compulsory military knew how to fight and to win. Verse The people with government 2. At a reverse illustration twhat laBBehed her new career. She's

training, they must be willing to 8 is difficult to interpret but evidently bonds. The people with Insur- the United Nations can do signed for 13 weeks with bin and

spend not only the 400 million do!- does not mean that Davidwas : ance policies" to sUp aggression, diplomats several sponsors want her for a

lars but in all likelihood. billions of cruel The Jebusttes taunted It is at that $2 a bushel wheat i point fo the ease of Iran. This half-hour program of her .... She

dollars in the next few years; they him by saying that their blind and i price and the $10 a day wage scale was the greatest victory so far says she's developed her staging

must be willing to forego some of cripples could hold the wall against that Senator Taft suggests we stabilize I achieved by the United Natfasis, style by listening to Jive reeordsfcgs

the luxuries of a hard-earned peace, David's men. Then they doubtless : our economic standards To and came jest as the see.rHy -bad signed up to do aa albas #f

for sharing dollars means shar- put their best soldiers on the wall do so means just what this little council get on its first wobbly songs for a major reer bRg ear

fag food and other goods. It may and David said to his men "Let us : story so aptly illustrates. It would '1 legs with the world watching to pang

possibly mean a return of some gov- take these cripples." standardize the dollar at about 30 see whether it could reaHy walk. -A--

eminent controls; it means there We see in verses 9 and 10 that cents as compared with predepression i The largest mob scenes photographed

likely will be no big tax reductionthis David was not only a fighter but values.There j I Iran to Russia is one of the most sfeee D. W Griffith madeIntolerance"

year or maybe next; it means also a builder. He began then the is one who will win. That i I strategic areas in the world second were made far
that American j I only to the Dardanelles Sitting
ships and Americanmen development of Jerusalem, the one is our Uncle Samuel. He has "Keeper of the Bees" at Co .abia's
may be sent to seats of trouble great city of which we are yet tobear I sold billions of dollars of war bondsto astride the Gulf of Persia and an Sunset studio-where Gnffllh shot
outlet to
throughout the world; it means a a warm-water port. Iran
wondrous things his nieces and nephews They i. those Babylonian sequences. But
risk of war it that is just as important as the ports of
; means we
op- U, The Lerd Delivered Them (vv. : patriotically invested the savings I Manchuria i the mob John Starges directed was
pone me spread not only of Commu-
17-21). I made from their predepresskm 90,000 bees!
they In Iran, Russia :j
irisfn but also of fascism or any was trying to do
other ism which threatens "attempted The Philistines, Israel's constant I 100-cent dollars but at a 60-cent what she is now trying to do in --- -

subjugation by armed minorities enemy had control of much of the dollar value Now it is suggested j Greece set up a Communist government 4 I Columbia equipped a complete

or by outside pressures'; it land west of the Jordan. As soon as that Uncle Samuel pay off the friendly to the USSR. However ship's galley for "Asngarf te

means unqualified support of the they heard that the people were nieces and nephews in 30-cent value strong factions in the Iranian Treasury," fed more than 19 atlas -

Four Freedoms and the principles of now united under a young aggressive j dollars. government were opposed and appealed with food cooked there and

the charter of the United Nations: king they laid plans to destroy his That may be a popular procedure : to the United Nationa.I | then burned the wfcofe set to the
it means that for the moment we I power almost before he could start. i i for those who have products or labor I The United Nations had no police ground for one of the cttmaxe m

bypass the United Nations in the The Philistines were clever, but : to sell but it will be hard on J force no international inspectors no T the Dick PoweQ-Sigoe Haste star

matter of furnishing money for as : they reckoned without God. David those who have only the savings of international organization to speak rerI .

jet they have no money and are was smart; he counted God into his 100-cent dollars on which to live, j I of. It had only the force of public -A--

not set up to function; it means plans. lIe asked the Lord what to whether those savings be invested opinion. Yet its emphatic stand j i I Anne Baxter, who can act rings
I' I
contained' full production of agriculture do and the answer was, "Go up. I in Uncle Sam's war bonds in savings i, stopped Russia in its tracks. The around most of the Hollywood actresses

and industry: it means that a will certainly deliver the Philistines :' accounts insurance policies or I boys in the Kremlin scarcely knew ; certainly deserved that

strike in any large industry would into thy hand." and he didl! : other things from which returns do i i what had hit them. They complained i Academy Award for the bat supporting -
be not increase to compensate for the to heaven but actress. She'll be In 20th
again against: the national interest We may well learn the lesson that : high the United Nations

it is a must for labor and management consultation with God. must' difference between a 100-cent and a : stood firm and won a great Century Fox's "Letter to Five
to get together and settle 30-cent dollar. On that deal Uncle : victory. Wiles," and will probably walk off
come campaign -
their differences immediately; it for him.any Inquire of bun to be Sam is the one winner, but we, collectively :, That victory according to the dip with the picture.
means that government will remain assured of are Uncle Sam. lomatic view, now has been nullifiedby
in the market as a large buyer of Note also here that there are the Truman doctrine. If Truman Now that little Marlene Aames

food and other commodities for ex- battles in which the Lord expects us 'ARMED INSrRRECTIOV: had sent a note to the United Nations ("Cookie Bumstead" on the CBS"Bloodie"

port rebel; it means that prices may to go up boldly right into the face ofa I An illuminating paragraph from ; simultaneously with his message show) has appeared in

remain high; it means a continued mighty enemy and take the victory I i the Communistic textbook, issued I to congress explaining his contemplated the last two Academy Award pictures -

bi-partisen approach to all questions by faith'Sometimes :I as instructions to party' workers by Greco-Turkish action and I she hopes she's started on I

relating to this new foreign policyin we are afraid to meet the Third International with head- : asking long-range U. N. cooperation her third. With "The Lost Week-

congress; it means that this new the enemies of the cross with boldness quarters in Moscow: "The task of he might have taken off pert of the end" and "The Best Years of Oar

policy daring in its conception, will choosing rather to compromise the party is to lead the working I curse. Instead. he went fishing. I Lives" on her list, Ray MiUand
go down in history much like the for the sake of peace. It never class to the revolutionary struggle asked for her presence in "The Big

Monroe Doctrine but expanded to works That is the of defeat. :,, for power. This is done by carrying COMMUNIST STRATEGY i Clock," starring him, Charles

world-wide proportions. It very well way I' on propaganda in favor of increasingly Investigators for the house' un.I { Laofbton and Maureen Sullivan..
may mean more sweat and tears .' Went Before Them j radical slogans, and by organ- I American activities committee have --iIE--

without the blood but it very well (vv. 2225)Defeated. izing mass action including strikes learned of a new, secret strategy by Burl Ives has wandered over the

may mean blood too : once so decisively that 'j and demonstrations strikes and which high Communist officials hope collecting folk
country :
they had to run away from their armed demonstrations and finallythe i to avoid disloyalty prosecution. Here songs; now
No Middle Ground LeftSo Maylia, Hollywood's new Chinese
i: sacred images (v. 21), the enemy general strike with armed in- is their formula:
this tremendous new concept of rallied for another attack. the actress discovery, is teaching him
surrection In America party i
I All key Communists called to tes- tome of her native ditties. Burrs I
the responsibility of this nation as I It is ever thus-and foolish is the workers have reached the stage of tify the committee will
by refuse
result of this last war must be either Christian II i 1 to stealing a march on filrndom's prejucers -
a who thinks that one vic- "strikes and demonstrations, and do the
I so on grounds that the comrnmittee who don't know Maylia
accepted wholly or rejected tory wins a war. After spiritual are moving towards "armed demonstrations I is unconstitutionally constituted
wholly by the American people; victory Satan redoubles his efforts ." This that
means the Communist -*-
there be no half-way measures.We .
can and strikes while the believer is !
officials will
must either take on the I merely be cited When Jack Barry invited little
responsibility resting on his laurels-if he is foolish
MANUFACTURERS large or for of
contempt congress-which
and with aH lets Robin Morgan to join his uJanaiJelUI'J"
fully our
power enough to do it. Here again we
small who unnecessarily increase them off
or we must shut he didn't know that she is the
and resources, up say, be on guard their order to increase
shop in Europe, in China and else- prices busiest child model in one of the big
their beyond a "stay mbusiness"
where, close our doors and let Rus- earnings :model agencies. Candy Jones discovered .
point are helping to
sia do what she will with the rest of her last year and gave hex
vite'that inflation of which we are
the world. Those are the alternatives. expert training. I

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We demand free speech for __ _*_
all and also the privilege of

set having to listen to it. So Good and So DullBell

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something and fails, might ,
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How to Take Care

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After-Bath Care II II I

: R tern J ? I '.. t. ,,..';'. I ms..e ;rf ;,,:'1'1 .;h, kissed blew and saw ,1
JLJANY new mothers woodeiA' 'ton u-u. at \. ,.f ?..w tti.,t ."" e '":,t. tf.;m or *,G Kim #
J whether to put oil or powder tp Leftovers Skillfully*

on baby skin after a bath. Which By KATHLEEN NORRIS ..,.e Re: "es Ih:- U
isn't What
you use so important.

kind you use is vital, however I Leftover ChecklpThere ,
>AN'T write something MENU
Some baby powdex* MOtain stearatexiac. e + / you A woman wire gb Mfo the LYNX. CHAMBERS'
If ttte chemical to totaled a ertoa I about women being -
w of fOHtflatamg. orrytg leftovers we vie*
and often fatal farm of rnremonn de- are some
vela**. You can ufetjr MB talcum jw. v.> just sweet? asks a and ugbtng when she ka real with disdain but there are otherswe Tomato Aspic with

der. : man in Phoenix, Ariz. "My wife troubles eJurt often c.-', welcome heartily For example. Ham Deviled Eggs
Tfckfeff care ol a new bahr to fan tit ; Au Gratin Potatoes or
timejZ. Ovr new bookJetSo. M cai is a fine woman, his letter con her tebtn tie floudt I'm never sad when we have
(help cote nrm monaeu Care"WKJT to WacWy Send S N cent* tinues, "but she is so darned roll h,.. She ways n SO used to tb* fork over ham. lamb or chicken. left-I Beverage Corn Oysters Rye Bread
Sentec.lU West Fish Si, V I don't think it to leftover
per ;; dreary! ever realize tricks can be applied
that ske cant PudiIIII
f rt U, \. T. Pant name addict* nif oj things Marmalade Cake i
bo.baet 1IDe aad Iii assAbsolute ; goes through her head that a that there is another asd tatoes as well as vegetables: j, -Recipe
tired there dozen different appealingways
man and kids get home a
i ode to lift Her II""'" -
to work leftover cake and puddings \
PitchThe too, and that bad news complaints
py outlook can cast s pall seer into toothsome desserts for I
I are sort of discouraging Pill center of mold and cover with
per entire fatatl second day use.
sense of absolute pitch or i when you first come in. remaining rice. Cover with -
ike musical I the time Such a woman is Emma, ub If your family does not really en- paper and steam for 45 minutes
ability to identify any "My wife looks sad an
tone when sounded alone, is possessed : We haven't had it too hard My hiss tn PboentXj Ariz. She is Joy leftover food your Job such is to Serve with green pea saace.

by less than 5 per cent ol work is steady. I don't drink or runaround capable, thrifty, dttttjtd wife and extent change they the original win realty dish think to it's an a Creamed Chicken Supreme.

all musicians singers, conductor nights, we have a good Mother, religions and seigbbor.ly fresh new idea A little.work. per- (Serves C)

and coir posers.Mafly'Kkteey'Strffetefs. home and two fine kids But Emma writes her buiband. I* short, haps, but the results art gratifying IVi cops cooked chicken or

never cheers up. She looks us over be says, she ts fine woman: by carefully turkey, cut in strips
Garnish leftover platters
and sighs. Bob got high marks m all outward standards. But sbe is when makt their first H pound fresh mushrooms {
so that they
arithmetic this month she shook her
; bard to lice mtb because oj ber theqg sauteed in butter
head and said she hoped he'd keepIt
drabness and before % cup cooked spaghetti
and perpetual sadness, will be a hit
up. Mary Lou hates studying
Suffer DELUSIONS practicing and dishwashing as an anxiety about, the future. they are 1 cup white sauteS American cheese
} grated
Za y UIlr.k ttraa totcbeq kids do, but her mother never smiles There ts an explanation for ber even tasted. In cup buttered bread crumbs
araL...padd pr.. are pnm.n2y tot6.r this way the H cap
TLa'a not .-.d_r : &r encourages her. She just says attitude, ber busband admits Sbe
-........_T.bIeewt. .___ problem wffl be spaghetti IW;
like have them to doan Put chicken mushrooms
you'll bad endure hardships
..\ ....haa bdo-y ........ """'" NIe things to many half settled be
..Yawara 'y 1.ddrAna TL.7 your life. Life isn't any joke, so and fare troubles. and white sauce layer by layer
s.mvr..l dal L tee BUT FA&Moa IPOBTJLNT fore the family buttered 1
.... irtol.Meet MdaVv.bUeeetto.llay ,, you might as wen make up your s into a
UMT a po AU Ibis has wore dow Emma'sspirit even begins to
bUdd. a.Ywi mind to it. I don't like it any better casserole Sprinkle
tw uBtMd at boa .FetrrInattr FiTa ;:for a.Fotey+a' than you do.' If I say 'let's go and bas giren her m permanent taste. with eaeeBe 1

Pte i M Clam b.nr IM w set( AM p 1+-dranirt w irtii.W. ..da.: to a show' she says 'and wear depressed attitude Note, Here's a nice Sunday night supper and crumbs and ift \
=. ; c-m"1o'5" far 1tdOAEYa.ck. .ae. what* I never have any clothes.' tf ben she bas no real wonses and : suggestion using old favorites like bake m a bot. I

.. If I say 'it's a grand night for home a chance at last for real happiness : ham and eggs, tastefully combinedwith (4t degree) oven I

and the fire.' she says, "but it's not sit seems unable or "".n1l- a gloriously colored tomato until top is ,,:

exactly exciting for a woman who's tng to change her mental aspic. browned about \, ..,..J
been cooped up in the house aU day.'' b"bils.I Tomato Aspic with IS msautesAn. J

"I began by saying Emma's a fine I Ham Deviled Eggs. Gratin Potatoes.
Te bold your teOM vrpen ,n4 low- woman. She Is. She keeps my house me of this fault in herself. St (Serves C)
eft eomlcntblymr I8CIIft &Il O, -.U (Serves 4 to I) 'j
: day r'd i .awns" da..o.ay ". spotless, keeps bills down, keeps the was making everyone about he (Part I.) 2 cups cold boiled or baked
ti .
s4 MM a ma..ypoaderf children and wellgroomed.If wretched: suppressing aU the nata-
BTAZX u PallCI aas S hard-cooled eggs potatoes. cubed
Oct 35c tab the neighbors are in trouble she's ral happiness of her children and
iub:4rftat \ 1 tablespoon mayonnaise or seer 1 cup white sauce
\. the one who takes a turn at night sister, because a perfectly unwortk;
American cheese
STAZE :ttSte: watching or mothers a baby for a husband had done her the great favor ; 2 cream tablespoons deviled or chopped ClIp grated !

few days And she does a lot of to desert ber There was pent) i Add cheese to white sauce while

praying. too. of money and there were four boy ham still warm then mix in the potatoes.

l FOR A Hard Life Bd..eIarrtare.. to raise, but the dreariness of the< Cut hard-cooked eggs m half Place in a shallow, buttered baking I J

u ends affront she had suffered, added to crosswise and remove yolks. Blend dish and bake until the top is

r CA "The thmg is, the letter hard life. I her characteristic gloom, was to yolks with sour cream or mayonnaise browned in a moderate oven.
'tDPli40"g 'that Emma has bad a for herSerenity.
Her folks were the shiftless sort and much and ham. Refill whites If the family likes corn and you

the supported most of them off and and Sweetness. II.) .. I' always seem to have a bit leftover
so. Her brothers were a steady I suggested that she rise ahem Cram! your main dinner, then do
T anxiety to her During the first herself, always a heroic, but always 1 envelope plain, nnfiavored gelatfal something that'win make a big hit

Spny witi Bhck teat 40. OHam years of our marriage her paralyzed a poe thing to do. an ; : cup cold water with Dad and tie b 1s. These shouldbe

.id.dr.a n t aptadway.BJac Banana d.nM kmt EU mother was with us. Then I had along stun the family by suddenly aim m i: !4 cops tomato Juice' made small and they wfB be very

t..r te.i..waeb L.f hpveti C illness aDd when I recovered mg a posed serenity and sweetness % teaspoon salt appealing:

n&nitaft- Unm. nrtrt W I went into the army as a captain It would be only a pose for a while, IH teaspoons sugar Corn
oaten Oysters.
She hated being alone When I came of course. but such a pose bring! r teaspoon grated
TOIACCO IY-FIODUCTa Q grand party such immediate results in enthus Mix (Serves {)
she a
back gave me Soften gelatin hi cold water
cuplcat (.aar.IWCtarealTtat.a..a. : Ii..a.b/ M and now she reafiy hasn't much: to asms and Joy to the household, the I j,: tomato Juice, salt sugar aDd eaten 2 2 cups corn separated pulp
But she can't stop any sensible woman may find horse I 1 eggs
about. Dissolve -
worry and simmer for 10 Ententes 4 crackers, crumbled t
fretting and worrying. and looking turning it into the real thing softened gelatin m hot 1Mpdd.t H teaspoon salt
anxious and putting the darkest Whether my correspondent of the I 'CooL Into each mold place H devlied r
tried I don know. Bt t U teaspoon pepper
day ever it.
=!\.stfuctIon on everything"You : ; egg and pour tomato jelly over >
GIRLS! WOMEN get tired of it You get if she did she must have had mac, I each chit until luu m. Unmold oa To corn pulp, add beaten egg

tamed tied of a person who sets a chance for interior .walch salad greens and serve with may yolks, cracker crumbs, salt and pep:

try this if you'reNIRVOUS *-er hps tight, sighs, reminds the ing the completely bewildered face onnaise. per. Adi stiffly beaten egg whites
that we can't have what about her. hearing the incredulous: blead. teaspoonfuls eta
tdren: Either bam or lamb may be used and Drop by
nch people have, apologues for per "What on earth's happened to Motl ', in the following casserole made with hot greased frying pan and brown.
dinners and goes intogloonv er She was laughing at breakfast with
fectlv good Serve jam or jeEy.
tMTHW/ OATS' Of .. .- abstractions when she She said she loved a day like this: i. to-prepare rice. It's an easyfj 11 What to do with leftover pieces I
doesnt hear asythmg at all. Tv when see was free to get at a thou .
ft"onth11411tm'b'ncea of cake* That's not hard who
Dc teen"a tni" ma. role, but onewhich '
she anted to do at horn
IrrtuAl. to shake her out sand things i
mite iron feel acrvaui. tried for years I exceedT there's a perfectly delicious recipe
is J
tan-? Sbe said I could have Bi J .
tired out- t what
act vak and I don't know mon
of it now pse- around for marmalade pudding:
Voretabl ; logo appetizing
Tiwa > Lrcila K.PlakbMn -5
i try over for Saturday. She sai
cacb .jmptonx to do But it's not ranch of a prospect supper cake'
CcmpowUl to r llr+ for one of the nipf.; which win take care of the
:n ftmoiu fa tnut Tutu nfaUrtr to live with a woman who paiently we were so fortunate to have neifl I .
when crumbs so niceJy.Marmalade _
nights appetites are hearty.
Firth&:mt Compouwl hllPl her cheek when ym hors like the Jacksons right nei t .! py
Cotret : puts up
build*. AJO up nuitaac a great ctom&cuc wuut such toalcl rant to kiss her and if you prsta door. And when Jimmy said be wi I :. Casserole .f Lamb and Rice. Cake Paddiag

iprnsML.Lt. rnR anything she does begins to tell yothat's afraid he wouldn't make the team a I (Serves C) (Serves I) ,. ..
U PllllAYS u with her clothes hJ she kissed him and said, 'Yon wi I
,,- wrong 2 cups finely chopped lamb 1H raps dry cake crumbs'
souse. the market the paddfeg aDd next year, anyway. And your mot*]. 2 caps steamed rice 14 cups scalded milk
loves team or no team!
four little girl's hair., er you Salt and pepper Vi np npr .
A miracle like this is in the powi Celery salt Z eggs, slightly beaten

comprehensive summary pret of many a woman to perform. Ore Onion Juice 1 teaspoons vandlaH

U.S.SAVINGS Sy wen scribes the way son+ night she can wipe away the gloom]; 2 tablespoons lemon Juice cir? orange marmalade

wives act They are patient tee- self-absorbed past, and emerge a *. cup bread crumbs H teaspoon mtmtg-
: less. capable, uncomplaining to a degree the center of a happy group Tr. I 1 egg slightly beaten
that makes any man of spin Emmas of the world. darkening ti I Hot water or stock Soak cake crumbs in hot milk;

rant to kill them. To live with 31 whole scene are very often some when cool aid remaining fngrvdl-
meek drudge who only wants to who have no real troubles to fao Line buttered mold with rice. Season ., eats and place ia a buttered bating

; least encouragement to break into) They have simply gotten into the meat to taste with salt pepper d!. h. Set in a pan of hot water

BONDS i mM whining: recital of her wrongs. heads the notion that Me is a wear celery salt onion Juke and lemon and bake in a moderate (3)*deUH)

I to almost the werst d cestic trafed]] some drag and a woman's let esp take. Adi cracker crumbs t=;, oven for 45 minutes Scrvt&otwtth

tat can befall a raaaj aaBy bleak and they are too obtw sXgMly beaten egg and enough e'water '; orange sauce or plain cream.ainL .

Are Always A God Buy j j| Soat years sga a_WMBSA wrote alert tafeaagmative--." to-.-get- -it-out- or stack to moisten tb meat ........tIF.........paste t>tdaS. -=


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Young Employees Card from the local office of the 1 nI feet north to the Federal R/\V I I..peara- in the Court aa ve described l against the smrne that han- outstanding -
Social Security Administration They around Lake Okeechobee thence OB the IMh day of Maxy .'.7. for more than two y...*..
Building Protection I should it It.. in a southeasterly direction with I at the County Court Renee .. Moore all of said land being and lying lit
guard carefully. a the
southerly line Of said R/W
Have, Glades Ct). Ptortda and Glades County, Florida, and more particular
symbol of their protection, an aid 353.11 feet, thence south Ifl6IUH thereafter to file soeh defenses as I r described as follows, to-wttt
Thru Federal ProgramLike 'in keeping their record feet to th..del' line thencein you may desire or be advised in response West half (W%) of Lot Thirty (It),
wage a northwesterly direction with to the suit above entitled Lot Twenty-two (22), Lot Twenty-
straight and complete and a key to the meander HIM- to the Point of which ta a suit for annulment ofrriatJe. three (2J). Lot Twenty-four (S4), Lot
their account that will determine The Begw ning. containing 6.(4 acre. Glades County Democrat Twenty-five (2$). Lot Twe.t-....
their older CO-1fo.rkea I Purchaser. to to pay the adver- is designated as the newspaper fit. Lot Twenty-seven iS7lot
what old-axe and survivors insurance tising coeTHE \ in which '
this order shall be published Twenty-eight (28) and Lot Twenty-
jOBBg in and
employees induMry
benefits may be payable to TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL once a week for four Consecutive nine in the George and Gnu
commerce are building both death, IMPROVEMENT FUND reserve the weeks Herein fall not under penalty SoMivlsie in auction Twelve (12).
them and their families.Mr. right to reject the safe of defaolt.DOKB Township Forty-two (42) South Range
and retirement insurance protection Gehrken stressed the fact BY ORDER oC tIM treat... of the AND ORNBRED at Moore Thirty-two (32) >cast.
. through the Federal Old-Age and internal Improvement Fund of the Have* Glades Florida, this
Tract Twenty-eight (IS) and the
that no benefit can be paid untilan State of Florida. 17th ;.r-n.7.
Survivors Insurance program. R. C. MILLARD F. CALDWELL ay of North half (N*) of Tract TklrtysixM
fJt-hrkfn Jr. of the West I application for it has been filedat Governs- 8KAL> D. S WEEKS. ( ). Section Thirteen (It), Township
manager an office of the Social Security ATTEST: Clerk of Circuit Court Forty-two (42) South, Range Thirty-
Palm Beach office, of the Social I F. c. Elliot. Secretary i I Glades County, Florida. two (32) East
Security Administration, said today.I Administration All person who Trustees I. I. Fund By F. 8. SCOTT, Deputy Clerk. Tract Twentyfin(25), Section
believe they may be qualified for April 18. 25. May 2. ,. 1'. 1>47. Cease Johnson Eighteen (18). Township Forty-two
Earned retirement benefits are I Moore Haven Florida (42) South Range Thirty-three (13)
mht of earned benefits under the programare I Counsel for Plaintiff. East .
playing an ever-increasing
I urged to come to Ute social security April U. IS, May 2. 9OTH All that part of Section Thirty-
security and helpfulness in the Urea office to discus the immediate 4I)\ FRT IseM F1\T I three (33) north of the Nine' Mile Ca-
of growing numbers of elderly workers Mil Til FLORIIt rot' H\'\M 1UIOTIUCT nal in Township Forty-two (42
filing of claims. APP1.1" South. Range Thirty-three (II) Salt
is > '
and their families. But this K OK 1TFTIOTit I
East half (EH) of the Northeast
only one part of the program. Survivors TO WHOM IT MAY 'ONCERN "ptn quarter (NE%) a" that part of the
He proposed that the resort hotel : U. L01 \L L..ltI""TIO
north of the
southeast quarter Ali)
insurance, affording each notice that pursuant to House
and scenic spot south of Tallahassee Rill No 1122. passed by the Legisla-i Nine Mile CanaL and that part of
bee*lttl to the families of workers tnre cf the State of Florida, during NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat the southwest quarter (SW\i of Section -
who died, is the second part. And be "pUced under the proper the 141 session, the Board of Supervisors i the Session of the Legislature of Thirty-four (34) North of the
state institutions with the authority of the South Florida Conser- the State of Florida. which convenedon Nine Mile Canal In Township Forty-
today monthly each benefits going to handle suck operations vanc>' Dlntrlct has caused to be pre- : April S. 1947. application will be two (42) South Range Thirty-three
to survivors of insured wage 'and pared a budget of the bond requirements made for the passage of special or (33) East:
Fees charged for boat trips over the I local legislation, the substance of
and of the maintenance requirements West half (W%) of the Northeast
salary earners amount to about springs aDd along the river shall go of the South Florida Conervancy which is as follows: quarter (NE%) and the Northwest
one-third of the total benefit paid District for the year beginning -' An Act relating to Everglades quarter NW%) of Section Thirty-
o&dtt' the old-age and survivors in3iiranee toward the maintenance of the. project the 1st day of November' Drainage District: providing for the four. Township Forty-two (42) South,
I ." f*.,. and ending the Slat day of October power of the Board of Cossmlsxloners Range Thirty-three (33) East:
program. IMg' said budget among other of said District to redeem tax sale All of Section Thirty-five (35).
Death. no respector of age. And things shows the amount pf debt! certificates on lands of said District: Township Forty-two (42) South RattpThirtythree
service tax and the amount of main', exempting such lands from the opertkm (13) Bast
If the young worker cut down by :OTaCt: tenance tax per acre necessary to be i .- of Chapter 22.079, laws of And such part or parts of the aooM
disease or accident was the financial levied upon the land within said I I Florida, lets of 1941 and amendatory described lands as may not be rOdeemed
Notice Is hereby given that tangible District for the year 1947. which bud- Acts, until June 36, 1949: providing on the 1Mb day of May,
mainstay of dependent parentsor personal property taxes became de has been completed and presented for the sale of county tax, certificates
a young wife and hUd, the April 1 and are now draw- rt Board and placed on rae In on lands In said District to the respective 1947The redemption of any of the abora
Ins interest at the rate of one (1%) the office of the Secretary of the counties In1tidI such lands described land may be made In tf*
.problems may be sharper than those percent per month and unless such Raid District and the same may be I are located and the retention of such office of the Clerk of the Circuit Coat
presented by the death.of a person delinquent taxes are paid before the Jnef at the said office: that the I certificates by said counties. until of Glades County, Florida, on or prim)
first day of '''Y. warrants win be Supervisors will meet at I June 30. 1949. repealing all laws in to IS o'clock A. M.. on the 15th day
e* DMUnre years. issued thereon directing levy upon and IS:M o'clock A. M.. Wednesday April conflict herewith of May I94T by payment of tic
Young workers' surviving widows> seizure of the property of Be taxpayer :J*. A. D. 1947. at the oTfkfr of the Dated this April 14, 1947. amount due for Uses. Interest sic
for unpaid taxes. .South Florida Conaervaocy Bisp-tct, r .BARD OF COMJMBHDNERS OF penalties and cost In the manner
sad young children, or their aged Following 1s list of delinquent taxpayers In Belle. Glade. Florida and from day I EVERGLADES DRA AOB DISTRICT provided by law to the Clerk of the
nrvivors benefits if the' set opposite purposes of objections -I I It.I .
worker Arnold. V. R. ___ -128.19 and complaints concerning I ida.The purchase will be for an
die after having been paid $50 orsnore Bowden R. B __ 113.27 aid budget amount to be determined by the
in each of at least half the Langdale John ,__ _$ .,.4 Dated this 4th day of April. A. D..I I Board of Supervisors of said Districtbut
1947 \ i) T i C 4: .
R. D. i In no case less than the mountrequired
calendar quarters from the time he Tax Collector, SOUTH FLORIDA OONSERV.VNTY I by law. The right to reject
became 21 years of age to death. Glades County, Florida DISTRICTBy Notice is hereby jgtven that under any and awl is reserved bythe
it. and pursuant to tie provisions of Board of ..,
Young workers starting out in Chairman of the Boardof Chapter 13.C2C. Laws of FloridaActs By order of the Board of Supervisors -
commerce or industry should get aSocial Supervisors of 1929, the Board of Supervisors of of Diston Island Drainage
Security Account Number Tallahassee. Florida April 11. It 1947. I Diston Island Drainage District will, District
April Itth. beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. on the J, E FRIERSON
\iTlft: 15th day of May. 1M7! in the CourtRoom President of the Board of
rtlllK IIKUIIM.COlM1 in the Court House in the City Supervisors of Dtstton
-- ('UI KTIIOl SKX MOOKK of Moore Haven. J Florida offer for Island Drainage District
NOTICE is hereby given that the II'\ ..,. FUllenHI'nll, Ale, subject to redemption prior to fOFFICIAL SEAL OF
Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund 3e, I9IT, 2 jR6 P. >1. the date of sale, the following described DISTON ISI.AND DRAINAGDISTRICT
of the State of Florida, Pur-
Mark R. Tennant lands. the title which
to is )
suant to Law. will offer for sale forobjections i Notice is hereby given that, In response vested in the Hoard of Supervisors of ATTEST
Ure..ed only, in Tallahassee Flor to one certain petition, the .
Diston Island Drain
I ** FMstrx t>\ R. T PATTERSON,
ida. 11 90 o'clock. May 25th, 1947.the .
at : State Soil Conservation Board will virtue of the said land having heretofore fWretarj of Dhrton Island
Real Estate Broker following described land in hold a public hearing in the County been old for taxis and humir DrainiRe District
GLADES COUNTYBeginning : the Courthouse, Moore Haven GladesCounty outstanding tax sale c<'rtifn. ti < April II. 1$. 25, May 2. 9.
at a point on Florida, on April 10 1947.
GLADES COUNTY LANDS meander line around Lake Okee- at 2:10 P. M. to consider the desirability _Puu________________ ____ _
chobee. a* shown by the T. E. and necessity of creating,
G07 Congress Bldg. Miami. Ha, I Frederick Survey and map 90 in the public interest, a soil conservation
feet west of th' et boundary of district to include all lands
Section 12. Township 42 South tying within the legal boundaries of
Range 32, East running thence Glades County. Florida, pursuant to

_____n__ I the Florida Soil Conservation Districts Get the Habit of Shopping the
Act Chapter 582 Florida Statutes -
All owner and occupiers of land
within the limits of the above described -
territory, and all other Interested -
GENERAL ELECTRIC persons have the right to bFamily
attend this hearing and be heard
A. P. SPENCER. AdministratorMate

APPLIANCES AND SERVICE April IS. %Soil 5. 1)47 Conservation Board. 1 Fort

FI.ORIHl. IN AMI FOR 6LADE" Store" a /
COI':>T1. I> CH CF.R0.. Fla.

General Electrical Contracting VII.EDWARD.

H. KUNKEL Defendant, Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More

Complete Line Fluorescent Fixtures NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO Edward H. Konkel whose BUY FROM OCR C.\T.\LOG-Onr 10O4OO Items
residence and address are each

Moore Haven Appliance Co.E. unknown.You ,re h"-r.:bj required t.. ill .n I C s

C. Byrd -, -- -


Now AbleTo



Judge Couse's Office-Moore Haven, Fla. Building Hardwareand

April 25th to April 26th

onCE and REMDK.X7H No. 1 East Center


Formerly Internal Revenue Officer

Ten Years.-Florida Territory

-I 'i Doors, Window Sash and Frames, Doors and

__ Door Frames, Palmtex for Ceiling

Rom'where I sit _/y Joe MarshA I 4x8 Sheets

Plenty of Aluminum Roofing

Great Bunch

\ Those 1x3 No. 3 Flooring $60.00 M


WUUe Web aad a brock of the for ta. C'l4rlOll.a one thing that NAILS ALL SIZES All waut-
boys from town Pound you
oar went to eve impressed ... was ths food

Ridge Saturday to a rename of. behavior of those bors- &.irprtf. .

their sW regiment artnca for a moderate beverage By the Keg or by the Pound

There wits about two hundred lib besr-tAtlr friendly spirit.

aad fifty ton who cam from From where I sit, ourG.L's:

tnflsa around to a food old fast art making as food showing in

la Farmer CoHins ban. I expect peacetime as they toads during Alderman Lumber CompanyRes.

Ibajr seemed a lot different to each the war. And they're setting a

.-otksr out of uniform. But they mighty food example to the rest

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