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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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: UF00028301:00167

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i MOORE HVFV nARlD.'RIO1. APRIL 25. 1947 SUBsCTUPTIOX--$2.. 0 PER YEAR


: Activities Indicate That Voting Clause May
Fishing Dispute Turned
I Defeat Peepies'Drainage I

f:- Mill Work Soon To Start Bill Over To 7-Man Board


i \ bill introduced by Represeutau -
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Engineer for Contractor Milk Production J H. Peeplea ot Glades County Fifty Convicts Now 1 Heated Battle StartsAt
this week to break ap the Everglades -
Here Yesterday; ACL i! Movie To Show At Drainage: District Beard inn Located At New Camp Committee Hear-

i !' present form and set ap a newboard
: Surveys Spurs
Courthouse Tonight with a member from each of At Citrus CenterMore ing YesterdayAfter
I the elevea counties ia the district
Activities of the put week indicate -'
received immediate because
No Hand Stripping' is the title opposition
two hours of heated
than eastmitte -
thirty convicts
+ were
that work tile
oa angar Kill '
of a daaae ia the bttl which
of a milk production movie to beshown battling Thursday fatted h
aaxtoaaly awaited by resideaU of I 1 mound to the recently coastracted )
sets up the voting privilege oat a
free of charge to all those reconcile the dispute tttweeaBoauaereial
the Moore Haven ana, win : interested at the courthouse tonight one-vote per acre .... j State Road camp user Citrus Center aDd sport fishing fader.seta .

I ;i muted ta the YerJtare "I, at eight o'clock. The movieis This voting clause was sees asa 1 last week sad mere were expected I over seining of Lake Okeecaohee : -
coaupaay officials to date, ) is with the cooperation of ..... of the control of the district
aide to arrive this week to bring I and the St. Jofcas River a
ao atateanu when
: M to by a few large laadowaer
Dr. W. E. Peterson and and the
: tae
at Deb to begia. I total to fifty which the amp I special seven-man committee was
} Uairersity of Miaaeseta aad is pre Rep W..1. Headry of Okeeehobee. .- to designed to aeooaaodate, appointed to arbitrate the dtapntsand
fro
l.i Breekiaridge, here tree seated by ... ..... Co., baOd- James W. Moore of Highlands These convicts were aaaialy from report to the House fish and
>atoiaaa two weeks ace with J. Eo and H. B. Kelly of Collier
ers of the Surge a ia Pelt committee today.
camp Coaaty. Capt. game !
.1 Caldwell, L L. Wench and other
were co-signers of the bill with
The movie is ia full color and Frank i
Greeae to la charge of theaew The board consists of three hawse
oltieiais of Tropical Sugars retara"ed Pet ples and Hendry said that the
wand and will show milking '
amp.Toe committee members, R... Thomas I
the latter part of last week and
voting clause had escaped him
or
through a window ia a cow s adder coavfets at the Citrus Center
-was ia the ana for several days. be would not have been co-in Dowda of Putnam. Walter Hard I
how milk is made sad stored and a
\ camp wail ha treed for maintenance
of Maaatee aad Payne H.
He was ehecfciag: oa details ofIIUI the I I troducer Midyette ;
forced down and other d.etaill'of
work ia Glades
and t
Headry coua-
att* title and whea he left here of Lion; A. A. Beck to representthe
interest particularly to dairymen ties and ia portion other adjacent
of
for Mtaaut Tbanday said he thought Lake Okeerhobee fishermen. T.
the and farmers. counties it to understood.Boy C. Douglas of Welaka to represent .
tlUo attorneys weald BOW fireconstate
approval to the title. Both i STUDENTS COMPETEIN the St. Johns River fishermen;

railroad gnat, meatioaed in last Owen Appointed As Is Found After Ralph G. Coekeey of St. Petersburg .
week's head of the Florida WBdWe
paper were fouad to havebeen
automatically cleared after District Deputy SPELLING BEE Giving Town Scare Federation aad D. W. Ostts, of
I Clearwater, president of the Pinei-
Inveetigatioav through coasolidation
with the, S "'rd sad the Atlantic Grand Master AT SCHOOL TONITE During Last Night las Conservation Club representing

;- > Coast Use Other details hare also i the sports fi er'uea.

he a. apareaty. straightened out. w. C Owen ;past master of Moore i Gordon Bryant. nine-year-old son More than thit fishermen from

.: Yesterday morning W. E. Free :II Haven Lodge No. n. F. and A. Eighteen lfOmpntary school Students i of Mr and Mrs W. L. Bryant gave the Lake Okeechobee area attended I

t evade Coast Use division ea-] was appointed to serve as 11"1 will i imptte tonight at the the community a terrific scare last the committee hearing with R. K. i
J gteter from Jacksonville was hereto I Deputy Grand :Master of the school gymnasium in a spelling night when he disappeared.bj dweeni I Bell of* Miami, as their spokesman
i ran a preliminary survey foratessary i I District at the 194? session ot G. contort to determine which will go his home sad the power ,-. __--: Belt o is attorney for the group. I
spar Ba.< from the mainline I Lodge which convened last week hit to Miami to represent the county ia his father was working before dark.1 I They urged the support of the committee -
to the mm site It is not 'I Jacksonville the district flak on May 17. and was not found until about on ; for five bills which have been
know how ma.of theme lines are: Mr. Owen's appointment was made I For the first time ia the several o'clock this morning. I introduced to curtail the powers of i

r, contemplated btatCL officials i 1 I by the new Most Worshipful GrandMaster years the Miami Herald has been Gordon was playing with other the Fish and Game Commission
r MM there would likely: be a ".ft- Frank Thompson of Lakeland sponsoring the contest a school I boys in the neighborhood when his which closed the lake to seininglast
work" of Uses They expected to October 1 and to make it possible
and to an outstanding tribute tro"y..t11 be awarded te the school mother left for the plant to take
finish their work today to Mr. Owea'a work to his lodge.{ In the county at which the winner Ills father's sapper to him and left for commertUl fishing to be
I Yesterday afteraooa J. W. Law- It is the first time in the history of j to a stadeot Since the :Moore Haven word with his sister to send him to resumed in the two bodies of wa

let, chief engineer ef ConsolidatedSteel Moore Haven lodge that it has hada school to the only one la this the plant a* soon as he came in. ter involved.
Corporation of Oraage Texas. district deputy county the trophy win remain here Shortly afterward he arrived at The state senate has already approved

was here for 'a'lew hours to tn- There are five lodges within tile bat each year wlH have inscribed home, ate his supper and headed one of the bills which

vtiggate eo dffi.oy' u..eY to tbe district: Fps .Myers, Paata Gorda.: upon It tfce...aarae otlhe- winner for for the plant Neiglberu a short would resubmit the ..constitutional -
:traction of rift mU by his the year. amendment ..U4hep UTe new
sugar Arcadia, Everglade City and Moore distance away said t'ey caw him
company .which has bees awardedthe Haven. The retiring district deputy The winner win also receive a pass going toward t6wn and then lad powerful Fish and Game Com--
coctract by Tropical Sugars for j silver loving cap upon arrival in mission to the voters next year. It
Fred Haynor was from Fort Myers. I he disappeared. It tuned out that
raxing, hauling: and erecting the i Mr. Owen has been a member of, Miami! for the finals aad. cash he had gone to the plant had was introduced Ia the Senate by
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Louisiana mill here prize of tea dollars The runner- Beacham of Palm Beach County.
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the Masonic lodge for many years I chosen not to announce his arrival
Mr Lawler expressed disappoint-1 I but only affiliated with the Moore)1 up nil receive! a cash prise of five to his parents and had gone out One of the bills introduced Jointly -
by W. J. Hen dry of Okeechobee
meat ia not Hading more adequate Haven Lodge about 1)42 His dollars. back of the plant to sit by the
housing facilities but indicated thatIt I tin work ia the lodge his In some schools only the juato-r aereatiag tower and "watch the i and Joe Peepies of Glades, who also -

was little more than he had expected -II and his interest was DOt long &C-I high students compete but ia the ..< In the Rouse to the Beaebam MM
He anticipates BOW moving rewarded and he was elected local contest there are two rep- fallen asleep and failed to note any!
la only three or four seaervtoory serve the lodge as Worshipul Mas1 r e *tative* from the third gradeof of the excitement of the search j (Continued on rage I)
employees sad hiring met of the 1! ter la 1144. It was largely through the primary deaartateat, Joha-ny which spread out from the, power
labor needed ta this area He asked '! his efforts that many Ctewtetou Ma- Sullen and Glean Taylor. The plant aatil the fire siren was Visitors Get Nice
aueetioa relative to the number I sons were eacoaraged to affiliate fifth grade will be represented by Mown to awaken more searchers
of skilled mechanic and carpenter with the Moore Haven lodge, stave Martha Godwin Jerry BuMefl and Searchers found him sitting on a, Catch Of Bass AtAlderman's
available here as well as common -I there to no lodge there and thisi Sonny Darby; the sixth by Barbara step" at the hack of the plant, apparently -
labor and was pleased that i lodge has become eae of the most Dupree Jo Aaae Conse Jesuits having jut been aroused, CampOne
most of the construction work will I active iu the entire district Walker. Monroe Netooa. Betty Jean front sleep bat he did DOt admit

be done daring the summer months : Attending; Grand Lodge with Mrt Hefidricksoa: the seventh grade by having been asleep I of the nicest strings ef bass '
which is an off-season for labor He t Owen were the present top officers Joan Compton Wilma StrfckUnd. Searching parties started out ,displayed here in some time was
appeared confident that bis com- I, of the lodge. M A Thomas. Phyllis Howdeshell and ?btri* aboat tea clock after his parents brought in Wednesday by three I
(Continued on Pate 8) Continued on Page nIr Continued on Page 1) i had looked" everywhere they could men from Wimauma who are spending -

__ n j think of that he might have gone.I i this week at the Moore Haven
Borrowman Goes Into aad as these parties went about Hotel

; General Wheeler Chief of Army Cattle Business II town they were Joined by dozens of I There were fourteen fish on the
Ir men who grimly remembered a string totalling more than forty
similar search last July. Thinking pounds the largest of the ban
Engineers, Visits Here On Friday O R. Borro-: a winter 1'1.1 that be might have gotten Into the weighing slightly under seven

tor who liked it here and water plant's open settling basin pounds They had been caught ;
to stick around first purchased this basin was completely drained between six clock and eight-thirty ,
t. Ll-General Raymond A Wheeler In expressing bis appreciation of W. and then the decision was made
Moore Haven Trailer Park frets toj j that morning in the edge of the ;
Chief of Army Engineers, visited I the luncheon here General Wheeler G. Hayes and DOW announce that'I Mow the siren, awaken those still! lake out from Alderman's Camp. :
the CaloosahAtchee-Okeeehobee proj-| facetiously remarked *It is a he has gone: into the cattle business -, asleep and make a systematic search I! As many were thrown back the :
t<* last Friday, for the first time t pleasure to visit a place where no of the area. The people were not j men said as were brought in.
since te was chosen in 1145 to one wants anything or needs anything He has purchased 139 head of long In assembling and Patrolman i The fishermen we: W. J. Dow- i
head the tatted States Engineer in the way of federal work" beef cattle. Including a purebredBrahma A. W. Miller and Joe Crews city I I dill A. Wadsworth and I* Fagen- i
t Department.A He expressed his deep regard for marshal, took charge of organizing
bull from J. J Herring ofClewiston I bush all of Wimanma t t
brief b.--s meeting of the Florida and saM he never missed the search. Parties were hardly;
I and will run the cattle on I ,
,1 Okeechobee Flood. Cvatrel Board the opportunity to visit the state started oat from in front of the '
>1 was held at BOOB ate Ctewtotea whea a member of the Rivers and land leased berond Clewiston I Arcade Sundry Store when Dan I Theatre To Run'

Ian and epos his arrival ta Clewtatoa Harbors Board a few years ago. I Griffith called from the power i '
Now. he said he dttftrulu May 8 Set As Closing |I Seven DaysVeekly
Genera Wheeler *ad party was baring plant to announce that the boy was ; I II
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were gaests of the beard at ruaeheo making up ate Bind inj I safe
*. OeraJ Wheeler was accompanied .. which section of the state he would Date for Draft Office !I I I Beginning next week the Glades

here by Col P A. Feriaga.: live after retirement I Theatre wBl show every night daring I
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former district eagiaeer prior te the General Wheeler served for Selective Service no far ai Glades 'Doctor Is Injured I the week Instead of the present :
war sad now director of civil works tour years In Burma dating World' County to ceDCU& will be only six-day program with Thursday
te the office at the chief of co liven War 2 aDd was ono ef the American '- a memory after May S when recordsof | While Testing For eight eliminated It was announced
and by Col. WflJto K. Teals generate: who accepted the surrender the office will have been cleeed Bang'i' Disease I this week by Jack Bnrkette, new II
; preeeat district engineer of the of the J.,...... Hto daughter and seat away Data oa all selective i I I manager.

\ Jacksonville district who served as hto secretary service registrants of World The same program will. be given
i The chief of engineers had vMt- durlss the war years was oae .f War 2 will be preserved I I I Dr. Adams here this, week to; for two days beginning Sunday and
t ed briefly at aNt ef the federal the two women aboard the Japanese Selective Service officially ended teat county dairy cattle for tuber-'. Monday with Saturday having a
i prelects la the state and had attended surrender ship The other wasLadv some weeks ago but enough time l subsets and Bangs Disease for the program of its own.Mr. If
i the waterways eeawentto-e Mouatbauen was given to complete records before -I Bureau ef Animal Husbandry, was j Burkette has made some
i at Moan Dora the day before his Those atteadiag the luncheon effaces were closed. Mrs patafaDy though not seriously in-I changes in the theatre to increase .r J
arrival here. Hto party was menu honoring the general sad his party Ward Roberts clerk ta the efflee.' tared here yesterday when a cow'! the quality of the program and to i.
Moore Haven by A. RBread-, were Mr and Mrs U C. Coaant.1 left oa the ISth of this Death ta i be was testing at the home .f True te the comfort ef ,atrollLI I.I.'add
I toot eucfcfrfwr IB charge ef the Fort Myers. Mr sad Mn. Ben Herr take a position in the eowutyageat's ; Story gored him in the rirht bleep 1 Other changes will be made as
Ctewfeten sub-office. who remained I and daughter. BUlye Barr ef West office aad R D. Lyens..| His arm was dressed and he returned -,, rapidly as possible.No i;
with tkeai during the time they Palm Beech Miss X M. Babb acting atilt chairman of the board has i i j to his home in Tampa. Announcement second run shows wiB be included -.1 j
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t I were ia his district FoUewtag the I It secretary of the flood control ) completed the closing of recordsIt :: will be made when he. in the Moore Haven program I i
f luncheon here they left at ence fer board. West Palm Bead W. P to understood that the State to able to resume testing here. the new manager said and he f
Palau Beech and expected to return : Franklin Fort MYet"l..Ir and Road Department will take over j About two hsndred cattle were expects to give local patrons the f fI
from there f Washington bv. Mr F Deaae Duff Mr and Mrs. that office as soon as the Selective'. tested here before the accident GeI I best theatre entertainment they F
I plate Josiah Ferns. Jr and Carr Settle Service office vacates 'Barred. : have ever had. s !

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:!; 4T4.JIoneiTowL I UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL The French artist Degas Struggled

1 : along for many years, receiving -

SUNDAY only a pittance for his paint

; Lesson ; mgs. At one time, when in desperate -

straits he sold several of

R E Zd I PJI I c By HAROLD U 1 UTNDQOTST.. D. I his canvases to an art dealer fw
M The Moody: Bible Institute of< Chlcaf
Two week
GE SCR 0 Released bar Western Newspaper Colon. a few francs apiQpe.
la WASHINGTONBy I later, the dealer met him.

Released by Western Newspaper Co_in. Released by Western Newspaper Colon i "I have the most wonderful newt

Walter She ad (EDITOR'S NOTKi Butitta Vltgloit lesson for April 21 I for you," he exclaimed, "I sold
COMMUNIST PARTY COULD Val. will conduct this scions lads air *wi
I .- francs
ofwxU ,,, paintings. for ,
WNU Correapoad same. 1*.* ;. .) your
SEIZE FRANCE ANY TIME "
By INEZ GERHARD and Scripture tellte ..: each!
I I When Hitler started World War II, teed ins boo by laternattenalCouncil accepted the information
not just luck that Hen- 4RCI= used by Degas
W.skiagtea B ruu. I Iuld Education;
in 1939, Maurice Thorez Russian- ; IT'S
Lye St..N W. a Morgan (Wednesday .erll MloD. without enthusiasm.
born Communist, was a soldier in ': -
asked
"What's the matter? the
Congress Seeking to Control I the French army. To avoid fighting i nights, ABC) has built an NATIONAL GLORY AND DECAY dealer. "Doesn't this make you
I against a nation then friendly to j audience of some 10,000,000 "

Judicial, Executive Branches Russia, though an enemy of France, > listeners; he came up the I feel happy
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J:5:1).11; feel replied Degas, "like a
LESSON TEXT-I Ktefs "I ,
he deserted from the French hard not via bur-
army.
way, stage, 11:.... racehorse who has won a race for
THERE is a homely old saying Had he been caught he would have | lesque or night clubs, but by MEMORY SELECTION-Trust In tfca Lord bookmakers." '

that will be remembered by been tried by court-martial and getting a job as page boy in a radio with tU tblne heart; sad lean net astir. Univa the

every reader in the Home Towns of shot. He was not captured, and station and working up. He writes uadertUDtftog.-Prvvertw ;1:$

th- nation that when Old Dobbin made his way back to Russia. his own' scripts, and fears nobody;
gets out of hand, he has the bit in maybe you remember the time Success or failure in life is determined I Classified Department

his teeth and the lines under his tail. When the American and Brit when he crossed swords with some : by the measure of a man'sievotion :

And that seems to be the trouble ish armies hid driven the Germans to God and obedience to ;,

just now with at least some members out of France and General the will of God. We speak now of _AUTOS, TRUCKS & ACCESS._

of the 80th congress. Whether i DeGaulle's provisional government teal success, not according to the FEP-tT YOUR CAR WITH CA. BOMB
Send use
and prevenUMve.
Rust corrosion
it's the intoxication of new-fouad i| was organized, Marshal deas of the world. We are coni i< to M VAN HORN DISTRS.. J-S. 1IM

pewer or whether it's a new line of ;i Stalin aked General DeGaulle Z :erned with what a man is and !| Se. Silk 5t.. Philadelphia- -- 47-,-Pa.-
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thinking which is coming into vogue, to permit Tborez to return to what he does for God, not with what
France, without danger of penalty to BUSINESS: &_INVEST_ OrPOR.
in either event the result is dangerous ie may happen possess.
to democratic government and for desertion, and: as a citizen The! life of Solomon falls into i i BRAND NEW Remarkably. Easy PUa.Be .
independent No aelling capital: era-
the traditions and ideologies of the of Russia. DeGaulIe .:ra'it. ..1 de divisions, corresponding to 'j Asses unmce Spar* time at home. DeUOslOe. i
ed that request and Thore became JehaBaras R.D.I. MI.e It& O.MISCELLANEOUS .
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American way of life. So these representatives us early manhood, middle life and j| -----
the leader of the Frenrh
of the people, conscious }ld age. It moves from glory andMessing :
of tkeir or of their new line Communists, directed (11m and judgment ._
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of thought, are kicking; up their heels Moscow. a I. Wise Youth (3:5-9). I I WONOERFfL* like it! For NEW tired INVENTION achiac feet coma NoIn *-,

aad ruining in circles. Whether they Under his leadership the C(1.\ callouses, weak arches SrtrntttV foalCushions'
We the word youth to cover i
use Heavenly relief'! *> pair. vast-
get completely out of bud or are nits: proposed an agreement .. !:'i of Solomon's reign | paid State shoe size .md sex -OAIN",
reined into the straight read toward tie; provisional Tne :the early years Bex (1. S U. A, Si. Feterafeart, Fla.YeMs1. .
government. :Ie was now a young man but the i ------ ---
less coBfasion and mere orderly goverameat \
agreement provided the CoTrmun. r
of his rearing :,
toddy background
depends upon tbe man in : lliMFeaPslm
the driver's seat . Ir. John Q. party should unit that be recognized as a political HENRY MORGAN and his faith in God showed in his ., !! ;;
1'aWic. j. ; its activities of extension :hoice of wisdom as God's greatest Ile 25$
of its influence as such
The most flagrant evidence of this should not be interfered with. In Mutual executives arw :uiored off I Pft. .
... .... .... if
God would 1 lilt to wish
tendency is manifest in the carrying exchange, the Communist party undertook the whole network on the air, sta- Sometimes we j
of personal likes and dislikes into II insofar as its influence, tion by station, vice president by I live us such an opport1 ity. "That I Is awL In rotiw< I fit ,

legislation and of attempts to as- could be effective, to discourage all vice president for $83. He's one of Just what be has dooe. He has >. KtoTi .-a. fioeioA

sume the powers of the judicial and strikes, slowdowns or other means the few m radio with a contract appeared to you, not. in dreams, but

executive branches of the govern of retarding the work of reconstruction allowing him to kid his sponsors I a broad daylight and by his Son

ment. on the part of labor. The gov- and one of the few who can kid any- i Jesus Christ has said as plainly as Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!

Pernicious Doctrine ernment accepted the agreement, thing and everybody skillfully. I. ae could 'Ask and it shall be given -- '--
rou.' He has repeated it three: :
which -i-
was to continue over a period
Certainly no doctrine more pernidOBS times, saying, 'Ask, seek find.' And
of five years. Not only does Jean Sablon have
or more subversive of American I women flocking to his broadcasts m I then he has returned to say, 'Every

tradition or political principles NO: STRIKE POLICY droves they want to get into the I one that asketh receiveth and he
could be devised than to use the appropriation
that seeketh findeth. and to him
That acceptance gave the Communists act. When he arrived on the Coast
power to rule the per- a free hand in France Be- recently and his band leader issueda that knocketh it shall be opened.' "
sonnel policies of the executive Scs Called _':'
cause of it reconstruction has not call for musicians all the appli- We have no right "to say that

branch.Frank B. Keefe A few of instances Wisconsin: admit-Cong. been hampered by loss of product I cants were women. The band leader. Solomon was more favored than Kidney Sufferers

man days, as has been true in our Tutti Cammerata, began to won we. We are more favored than he
ted a slash in labor departmentfunds American reconversion. The Communist 'I der if they'd confused him with Phil If we are not, it is because we ask WATCH OUT !
made because the
was com- control was sufficient to pre- !. Spftalny; be finally settled down not If we lose peace and joy, happiness .. .
mittee didn't like Edgar Warren, di- IVw t belittl tr <*oirkarhn. yarn upwtlun
vent strikes when it was to t-' with five male musicians-and nine ; and heaven it !s all for want b r. pair fui pa..aTby zn&y be arts
rector of the conciliation service. advantage of the party to keep men i females! I Df asking" (Joseph Hammond). of bladder imtaiu.n roult of aiuaxvo lud&ejra.
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Cong. Eugene Cox of Georgia de- Don t try to traat urh irritation Witt oidttjHakidrw
clared at work. -+1-- i I The noble and intelligent choice jmu! nt-or.l} piib. they benetit only
that David Lilienthal if
even chance
I inu rectly dire joursrU a reaMr to
At Columbia Pictures studios I of Solomon has been much admired bsffcsrlua, lee
confirmed by the senate as chairman | The steep oondiy. act OTCT >our
"joker" lp that agreement they're calling Larry Parks "The : and rightly so, for he chose bunuu IHMIIIH, treat yoonvU wrjl
of the Atomic Energy commission I was the freedom from Foley the new kidnrv-Madder) PilW. Nothia
should be denied office through cutting i government Rainbow Kid," and Irving Pringle, the greatest gift that could come *4s hkethrm Tb.v atiTmiatriiluuwli kidneys;
off interference in the in charge of his make-up, says he's 'to any man, "an understanding EDEN MORE IMPORTANT,they also Un -,
funds to his vital
agency. spread of propaganda and influence powerful, direct d Ur -Uke aruon to MOta* tbh.Id.r
The National Labor Relations board, it forgotten how to make Larry up for heart. He might have asked for \>k druscut for Fott>> Piib I'nlvt
provided for the Commu-
with responsibility of administeringthe nists. While in voting strengththe black and white. After appearing in money or power, but with the lackof %PU ind a MONLi hem :far mo..t.8facWQ..DOUBU1 11At K.

Wagner act, was cut "because Communist Technicolor in "Renegades," "The wisdom to use them properly -- -

they didn't do anything anyway" but a small minority party represents of the Jolson Story" and "Down to they would have been a curse to
Senators Earth," Parks is making "The him and to others. Long life is but FOR
Styles Bridges of New I French people it
now completely "
Swordsman in Technicolor still a continued blight to a foolish man, e
Hampshire and Kenneth Wherry of controls the activities of '
Nebraska indignantly and I doing very well indeed. for it only extends the time of his GARDEN?I Ia
French
persist-I workers. It includes not
ently insisted that the -lr-- folly. P
comj j only the workers in industry,
mittee on atomic energy refuse to i i transportation and communica- Set to leave the air show on which II. Strong Manhood (9:13-16). k' R

confirm Lilienthal and go out and i tions, but also those employed he co-stars with Durante June 1st, The temple of God which David 40' O t

find the best qualified man in the by all branches of the government Garry Moore has nothing but praisefor had wanted to build was, by God's 71 J
SptiTwils.
Black last
country for the job. Patiently, Sen- I including the police. By James. "Believe' me, says I own decree, built by Solomon. Such tun n a callous al water 40.(aha One t '
ator Garry, "if I were going to be $a efachn spbdyprsy.asckLadtaigtu.abttlfL.pp.
Hickenlooper of Iowa, chair- the calling of a general strike a tremendous undertaking called Chahn.y.tggIucksgisptodd'i
man of the committee, explained to j t the Communist party can para- teamed with anyone, there's only for much in the way of men and -kKHttto. T

,Ite two senators that it was not the j lyze all France within a matterof one person for me-that's Jimmy materials and Solomon demonstrated a
obligation of the committee to few Durante. Durante also throws bouquets his |
; a hours. great capacity as a TOBACCO IT-PIOOUCTS &
search for men for the job. at "Junior, declaring that i builder in bringing the project to a CHEMICAL COIPINCOU01 11aleaiari9. Q r;
Said Senator Hickenlooper: ] Through the fear of what the Com- he's going to be a big success with glorious conclusion.He T KMucky N

"Oar obligation was to examine : munist party can, and may, do at his own show
also built
cities I
great ( Kings
the appointments the President had j any moment the party has demand-> --I

made and sent to the senate We I ed, and received, an important place Olga Sin Juan changes her hair I i 9:17-19)(4:1-28), and organized together with his government -

have no power to appoint. We have i in the French government. It fills with every film role. It was its nat- powerful
armed forces (10:26). All
Uyi
i ?
no power to select. We would be i four important cabinet posts; those ural black in her first movies; we 'l/IujSu:
i much and
considered offensive if we recommended I I of labor, of national defense, public t saw her with auburn brown locks in required money manpower tt .
i which the king took III 111111111411 Mill If
by levy
to the President whom he '! health and reconstruction. It has i "Blue Skies," and now she's a brilliant i
should appoint. We are a legisla- {I within its keeping the discipline and blonde in "Variety GirL" Incidentally from his people. As long as he RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
walked in the of the Lord he
tire body and his responsibility is ;I allegiance of the French army and I she's pretty happy right : way
the national police. The keystone of | New York club the prospered, and his country grew in
the appointing power. Therefore, it : now; the night : and in riches. :u t
was our duty to see whether or not Communist power in France is its Copacabana, where she got her standing
'the appointees were able, whether undisputed control of all labor. a start five years ago, has offered hera God is interested in the men of

there was anything fundamentally control that is directed from Mos starring contract at a startling this world who are gifted with -"r

against them which would mitigate cow through a leader named by Rus- salary. I ability for mighty projects and extensive

against proper performance of their sia. France can become a commu- I -A- organization. The Lord is ,

daty, and we came to the conclusions nist totalitarian state within a mat- i i "Stallion Road" really encouraged ready to bless such men in our day, t.rg.eaeeerw _'!*!-Seasl hie 601

that the appointees met those ter of hours whenever Russia gives I Zachary Scott; he was allowedto j and use their gifts and their money IIIHI. Ill (lit U IIIICIU

tests. That is the limit of our responsibility. the signal. It would be accom- live to the end. He survived in his for his glory (see the life story oi 17 ill ttl III! Him 11IU.mnit it plti

." plished by the calling of a general first film, "The Southerner"; they Henry P. CroweD-Breakfast Table 1,1111..1 tt, in mucrmu .. min

strike that would result in the fall Autocrat, published by Moody
Reverting Courts shot him in "Mask: of Dimitrios,
i of the government and national "Mildred Pierce" and "Her Kind of Press).

In the portal-to-portal pay arguments chaos. Man"; drowned him in "Danger The sad thing is that such powers fI fIGET

on the floors of the house and j i. The conditions of today in France Signal." often too much for the spirit of

senate, the charge frequently was could be duplicated in this country -*-- mortal man, and he becomes proud,
made that the bin as written went if the Communists gain control of much too i arrogant and self-willedf-tod then
far and beyond the rash of I Elsa Lanchester, who's RID OF ROACHES OVtRNIGHTII
curing organized labor. They are making for the kind of roles Hollywoodhas God has to turn away from him
good
such suits and set out definitely to Nasty roaches eat
far
too much headway in that di-
reverse rulings of the Supreme I been giving her, gets a really Solomon's choice of wisdom had Stearns' and die
court. rection. good one in "The Big Clock," which "pleased the Lord" (I Kings 3:10) Farmers have used

Sen. Claude Pepper of Florida I stars Ray Milland and Miss Lan- and God had blessed him. But note Stearna'Cor69yean

charged: "Tbe due process clausein BACK TO GOLD STANDARD ehester's husband, Charles LaD h- the qualifying word "if" in verse to kill rats, mice,

the United States Constitution is ton. She'll play an eccentric artist. 14. Solomon failed God in his later roaches waterbugs.

not for interpretation by congress. There is just a possibility that the -A- years as king. The tragic resultsare t $1.00 tDlUGGISTSWNU

We leave that to the courts mat- the billions of gold we have buried in | Judy Canova, who has 'just fin- written for aQ to read. That

ters of contract interpretation and Kentucky hills may sprout and ished "Singing in the Corn" for Columbia way none of us should ever go. The -14 17-47:
grow for us a new supply of stable I lesson is plain faith takes
while her blessing
of statutory interpretation mast be starring on own .
dollars. A
left to the courts of this land. Sure- group of eminent econ- radio program, "The Judy Canova from God; unbelief beings: failure

ly congress Is not going to constitute omists has started agitation for a i Show," is making final arrange- and sorrow. Let everyone that HOT -
return the
to standard for
itself a court of appeals to reverse gold our ments for adopting a brother for thinketh he standeth take heed lest i

every decision of the United States currency. They propose either a I her three-year-old Juliette. Juliette he fall. i
gold standard for Amer- FLASKS
currency
Supreme court which it does not i has caused her parents no end of III. Sinful Old Age (11:4-9). ,
ica, or an international gold bullion
like?" standard. In either case they recommend | embarrassment by telling everybody I| It would seem that a man who i Women to four .{0'x"1 's,extEle'
So if these tendencies apparent in j, "Mommy: and Daddy are getting Lord tie W
that the present $35 an I knows the should grow in wOman uu w sent boauII pecul.
today persist, congress will me a ready-made brother. and become I tlaxbes, : bot
congress ounce price for gold be retained. grace even more iati- neivona hlghatrua weak
have annulled the separation of i -A- i mate with God as he grows old. One I P1ukham'Und teel1n. Vtllet&4oeomtry ..a to
powers which the framers of the Because most actors and actresses might expect that the I .
passing oi srrttits ttmusTakeo
Constitution deemed essential to the 1 AS TAXES the government are incognito on the CBS should mellow and : gin poiei
gets from business the it years sweeten rquar11-Pu ham'.
of American freedom. money "Inner Sanctum we often hear Com.
maintenance hfe. But sad to say it It often not I pound help, blllId up
fealat&nce
and the legislative branch of the gov. pays to the people as a benevo Broadway and Hollywood players the case. rgrlast puck 'rhous.nd.b& ;

ernment will have assumed com- lence. As increased prices, busi- without knowing it. Recently David I Wmachist e wJ1Sc.tl or a etling ;yegDld

plete control of the executive and ness takes it back from aU who Cook of the stage and screen did I

judicial branches. bay. Who profits? a bit Dart. P/KIHAII'I ticmiuCCM Qilig

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lL 9L So ? WEEKLY NCV.'S;: ANALYSIS- CHINA :


The flight of time Is probably I Telephone Strike Tics Up Nation; : U.Chinese 5. .Marines communist Killed soldiers: fc"ed

urged oo by the spur of

the moment. "V Henry Ford Dies Suddenly at 83 ; I five attack U. to S. marines seize aa in ammunition a surprise .

A bachelor is a man who dump at Hsinho. The marines were

never Mrs anything. oo guard duty Eighty other marines h
Conservatives Win Election
When Jap called up as res.!orceme: .s,
a wife rets to the
hastened from Ta:ku. fire miles
point where she can read hob '.
fl..o r w'rtrer ( -siri:'?e- sEDITOC'e On the
by like a' b.*k. she generally + .O'flt. "'... ..Ia.... .,. .zpraood I. u.n. ..1..... V-r are ...... .! away. journey they were Delayed I7&2U Be ia !:*$!,?
discovers tkat "'....n ........, Laa.s'O .... 5saa114 ... ._ ......,It. .1 tar a.e..a.z by land mines, and 16 w<. :e
there are sev The faULndul, fonnfit, quick detachable
wounded, by shots from ambus:" -
'
oral chapters she d better -. ._ I
helicopter U at hand.
-- The communist troops WltlKT:JT :
skip.A ... after packing: : what airmjn-t Kljped on. a* it were, over the head:

pessimist is MM who given the could en horses They carried requiring no time to adjust aid able

the eboce of two evils ; away some artillery shells \ C-.- to take you aloft by zipper
'
takes bta nese government battalion pa e -
It is called the Hoppi-Copter It
chase, killing six and wounding a
Some marriages are a hundred The government has ordered really outbcard-motorues you tars

farce, but the principals don't evacuation cf the ammunition s; life among the barn ..... .
get a tenth .&t o< it. T
d".np, as being too difficult to hodat !
\\t1 present. ; It is guaranteed U .. t.t yea IB

; the air what aa outboard engine

.. COAt MINES : wfQ do for a canoe in the water
How to Raise and .niy sure s.AH we tope is Ska*
.Many' OperatingAbout It has hi* letters .n -"BE SGKE
Train Your
Dog a third at the nation's coaln I TO CHECK GAS &EntRE PCLL-'

aTypical i les are m production, desp'te I>G STETEK-CORD.-

fears of an almost total shutdown -'-

foJowmg John L. Lewis' order that We dor+t want to jet up I.. feet

co miners would work until mines !. aver the picket fences and discover

\\O tad been declared safe by federal that we forgot about. fuel

iT-pectors. AH the open pit mines.

.. i'1 which there is little danger are TIle big mercbindislnj possities -

.._ being worked. : are sees to its use by the 1

In other cases inspectors m the masses a!' a snbstKste for tee

1 of scenes as floods swept over much of the northeastern fled have quickly certified many flmrw No traffic signs, no dead

part of the country is this one in Bradford, Pa. Rescuers paddle mines, and United Mm Workers rods no hydrants BO "No Parkia 1*

\ down Main street, to reach a group of men stranded on a theater mar I members have accepted their approval sirns. Jut strap .. the one-nan,

./. quee. Overflow of Tuna creek forced hundreds of Bradford people and returned to work., Repair dual Us e easy-to-wear boppi-cop-

/ from their homesTELEPHONES crews and safety specialists have let, pan the string and tippet!

been busy lately putting mines in yes are an airborne commuter,

Teaching Tricks shape to pass rigid examinations the equal of the eagle and the superior -

I : HEXRY FORD : of the wild goose, the redheaded

E. VERYONE admires a wB- Phone Union Head woodpecker, the busy bee and
I Paralyzing Strike Dies of Stroke
trained pup. Don't postpone i 1- the runaway boxkite.Tt .
teach your dog appealing tricks I Long distance telephone servicewas Henry Ford died suddenly from a -'-

because you think a special knack limited to "emergency calk." cerebral hemorrhage at his Dear r.-uj rot be long before LtttkA

or skill is required AH you need is '. sd local service to many commu- born. Mich, home. He was 83. Death :..e :t.n be equipped with Made

patience and good humor. nines was curtailed sharply by the came to the great industrialst and t .... sh :c the grocery Lee a teat af
.
Bcraembrr : nationwide strike of the National billionaire in an old-fashioned setting i -. :: Fat.'ler buttoned tap te ..*-
that does have
Vary lc ,
Ogrtea of mteuuence too: don't abuseMT ,, Federation of Telephone Workers. Because his private electric -q ": horn to the Kits' sscaoc
iocta pop if be's stow to _m. Better Nit Ihe onion controls more than half light plant had been put out of service .1 :': :r l' fanning her way over
tratntac before three months
Tkov aft O to three short tntatac period )f the 617,000 employees, of the Bell by flood waters of the IL.er: ti: a e:.ps toward ts* ire safe

a day ontfl each trick is mastered system. Other workers in the system Rouge, his mansion was lighted by _e_

erased Oar lessons booklet on No teach n contains tricks and>t CIus obrOtaKt i I belong to a number of other kerosene lamps and warmed by a + V. ere about to order ear ism

Also chapters OB diet. grooming : :onions, some affiliated, some not fireplace.He d Tao thing stopped.. Bow

tome loose) for manners..Bow lo illness Raise art Send Two 25 cents l w Because 18,700.000 of the nation'sH.600,000 had spent his final day Inspecting ,r 1; b;;: a set of spare blades! mt a
'
I\e<<" eesb N.wspas.r service ?4J w. telephones are dial-oper flood damage around his estate r. cr w-e mlctd kuve to star t..sa.r .
nUt EL. New 1.rfc II N. Y. Print ated., service can coctinue indefinitely and at his enormous River :.:> rave the oM ants bored.VERNAL .
same. 2dre .. booklet le No.
a< t aid 7aDogsIeRiiown. .
without operators over this Rouge pia::t His health seemed ex- .
--- celie t f-r r, ;t
equipment It is doubtful, however s age. s $ VOID

1 service can go on very long with- Fune-A. serves' were conducted Si r'i is a sbam-a fraud a
at St P_. s Episcopal cathedral.
... Dut maintenance crews. |i rock I

tJ'P&t "We.are nettling down for a long I y r 3' w.hi-; : that neb brew know Mbeck'
strike, declared Joseph A. Beirre MS '
president of the National Federationof ,._.4' 3t t'om': Awry Gilo
L
Telephone Workers. He has been,
.
meeting with Edgar L. Warre"U -='
'
THEY LL CALL IT WORsE NAMES
S conciliation director, and C. F. The New York VrefMTooagrtaBsports
Craig. vice president of the Amer-
i staS has bees glees a two-
ican Telephone and Telegraph coin TT .. year-old race horse and is looking

ar effort to achieve a settlement f.:r a name for it. The cab is toy
National attention has focusedon
The unions are seeking wage in- I Iir.p und-Floradora: Girl Oar rot
A. Beirne daring
youthful Joseph -
-reases of $12 a wek Average suggestion would be "Flora-Scoop"
the telephone strike. As
weekly pay now, by government fig- president Or how abcut; "Sextette Boy" rr
of the National Union of Tele-
ures. is $4319 They also wart a (carrying the sextette motif further -
phone Workers, he speaks for %8.000 .,-
onion shop longer vacations higher ) "Six Star Sporting?
pensions and other benefits. members largest of the tele- .

One effect of the telephone strike phone unions. "General Marshall attended the
Nutcracker Suite' at the BoWwi
was to spur congressional leaders to
action Plans for legislation that BABY CHICKS: theater 1111I.l<. ._"-News Hem.T .

would curb strikes in public uti;ities Males Unwanted -'
were hastily drawn. Indiana. New Probably bad a nice euaaig

Zr'DOfl SNothng seems to stir Jersey and Virginia put into a.1jt''I The high price of poultry feed is thinking of some el the nets be ,

ban to life. What can has muter expect state laws forbidding strikes in ut:u- discouraging raising of market wouldn't mind crscktnf.
if floe doc mt fed riant? Oro- tift. 'n fowL Consequently fryers and broilers ..
Pop Ribbon would live him every will be scarce this summer and A LINK WITH HAPPIER DITS '

vttamlc and mineral dogs are known ARGENTINA : I 1 I faH Turkeys win be less plentifulnext In New York CIty the police have

to need Its a money-saver. too' Each Thanksgiving Commercial been ruthlessly tossing out cf .* -

box supplies as much food br dry Farmers Protest HENRY FORD-18O-J947 hatchers are having trouble selling dows the belongings of two allegedly
vesptit as Cte I-1b cats of doc food eccentric old
male chicks Mary are simply k3t men. who lived alone
Oro-P-.p a;v romrs Ji Ifeo! and in Protest meetings of farmers in '
Pel-f it. For 'C'Jf't' Teed a.; Ui-ee. Detrc.t Many notables attended. ing and disposing of baby cockerels. FU'"J1avenue and apparently never -
throughout the country are evidence AH Ford properties throughout the There is std a brick: demand for threw anything away Crowds in

af bitter unrest in the authoritarian world were closed. females, as the return from laying the streets cheered. It continues to

1 Vass Go rGRDPUP: South American nation. Chief dissatisfaction Ford retired from active controlof pullets is high under present egg shock and mystify us. We find but

l is the government-fixed the vast Ford automobile empire prices. one clue to the sad performance .

price ef com. Farmers claim it is in favor cf his grandson, Henry II, The January commercial hatch an ancient sled found in the litter.

1 1 / / too low and in some regions are 29 He relinquished management In was large. but since then it has declined Could it be that this relic cf a happy

-- refusing to harvest their crops. 1945, having hung on longer than ho sharply Govercirect purchase boyhood. this reminder of a sweeter )

Organized farm laborers also are intended because of the hectic demands cf wheat and corn for export day in a less cockeyed d\i &atieD.

p aroused. They have demanded that of war production. His only Is indirectly responsible. was nun than a harassed cynical c

Seating, or unorganized laborers be con, Edsel. to whom he had turned Xew Ycrk could endure?
-- art
w
kept off farm property. In acme over his buratss affairs when ho CLOTHING: .
have the of retired Colled Nations formally took over
regions they assistance previously, died in 1943
the police in enforcing this "closed Soles Slow Vp Its New Tort City bmUdiaf site recently. E

shop" policy Violence has flared en ORANGES: Retail clothing: dealers are disappointed The roofb broeprtats show, 1
numerous occasions Many farmersare and apprehensive about we understand a dofboBsc (or Gromyko -
To bold bow .nd leven Florida Bans California'sIn
!ovr (ppers ta the mortbeast
eooit-nWT Me." aU Gat-.s:4 equally determined to keep the sales Trade leaden acknowledgethat comer.
.
every ca r. U7 <3.r.:.M i, .ko&t."4 C..- unon laborers oS their land. a move, to prevent infection ofFlorida' Quantity of merchandise moved .
The Moscow
-FJ ea'NI 6"'AZL ; : ballet put on .It.
-
pc.drt 6TAZX &I pesortot.sep.ssa Another source of discontent is citrus groves by a disease has been much less than expectedthroughout r-eo and Juliet" for
0.U.. tube .t the B'g Few
frattJuxxf aatbsdar
reported to be prevalent the
:-e effort to divide oa west the country.
gcnernment's
B* wtet w / up That scene we ?fear, where Rameo
;' :arge commercial farms for the I coast, the Florida plant beard has Jack Straus, president ef New wants to interest Janet
STAZE :: :.z in democracies
borrfft of small farmers who need forbidden entry of California oranges York City's famous departmentstore and her relatives
.81d into the state This is a year Macy's, commented. ooanetferough
with the
'round ban. veto power was
Formerly treated California "Ready-to-wear overpriced terrific

Mu t1 \PA : oranges were permitted to this spring The consumer refusedto .
Kidneys come in during June, July and pay the prices and losses taken Oo
rtmtmker
tea tales tare csU
Coniervvuitfts Win
Work Wfell August by both manufacturer and retailer bn; .t iktmftlj .t .*..> * The disease, known as "quick decline been "
have substantial"
Ir Japan's ant popular election -- u. J. tt, urn timrr TtnttbtS.
resembles tristeza virus .
For You T. Feel Well -' local officials conservatives won a Business research firms explain:

14 Mew WT *&7. T days .WTwk. Tiost races. Moot candidates ran as which is damaging South American the lower dollar and unit sales volume There must be miBtwn cf American -
e .*nr topjOnt tb. kids y* SAW their orange trees, according to John by pointing out that Easterwas kids growteg with the
:ndependents but political up notion
( tb. blood.It !
est. mnt reai
Ford farm bureau
.... secretary.INDIA later last year man ..... *Mt > *f kv U* only thing wrong with
S s51 that meant two mere weeks of shep- Jesse James. AtSU
the Hum
pia- d.--=. sad ::...a.s.tusr : governors mayors village : Cap-
Oat caaatt Kq tovttkovt tb. blood lewis were chosen. Nearly two- ping Urn KkU. BUietxard A] Capone and
Smjwy M b. +tbb. tWra ...aidto Religious StrifeIn Billy the Ed
a..tter sadooaad'st .i etp lb.eb.l. e thirds of the governors and mayors BEER: was that they were
gstas 1. ups ebw IM..a tadm af large cities were reelected. the region about New Delhi at always being impeded by coaaiercala -
.
tu
srh.Bareieg..ceat7
prt .r_r..cr-teb.Os..o.ftas. .- Twenty-three iacumbents retained least 90 persons were killed and 23 Popularity Rising and time.s-piala.. .
tbM .em tbatti heir offices 36
m prefectures.
W7W.J. Yse say w'er sag=az bioksc villages burned m a two-week period Twenty years ago on April 7, Mr. TttiUktZ
.s. Msdacb.S .:_ rb.s.t+s Socialists elected three governors in attacks and rounter.at .cb beer was legalized. At that tone nfiortt tttmt **.
..y .. a.a.P. Tor The .fonred Democratic between Hindus and Moslems. kit rott jtBtrliy. It ttt tttfmf
In
"' U7 i s eta newly I brewery sales experts predicted as *.wi. b* rP rU. kj '1...... *mJMfitr.
.ba -.as s ..rIdM rseeaosd.d erJ party succeeded in placing two ef Calcutta alone 2,353 were arrested annual consumption of 40 mflbon .
toe.
ors ::1141.11 Ii.'o e-ela.sad hIs lb.tbs. s.erb tts candidates and the Liberalstwo i as involved in the religious strife. barrels, and net excise taxes of 200 .
M w- trw N0bled. About 66 per cent of registered More Hindu villages were burned million dollars a year A normal sac airmail stamp has

Gal As.s. T1q 5 t.d.7.Oasts'_.abtas sill ...nodsa1 barta.l voters went to the polls a than Moslem in the New Delhi area, Actually, beer drinking has been been put on sale by Uncle Sam. This

aa dreg son s. slight decline from the 72 per cent but more Moslems were killed. This rising steadily even with shortages will be great news to most AmerIca -

in last vear's general election: The was explained, a Moslem official of the war years considered. Last I t: who have been inning far a

r- rural turnout was noes higher than said by; the fact that Hindus surprised year 80 minion barrels were drunk return of the day when the post at-

the urban In Tokyo oaly 61 per cent j a Moslem village and tiled and federal revenues totaled $653, ; Etc department would deal ia
.-.ntM ,l:6 with axes and .::ean. I HUS1. stamps that took but one man to tslLtl.









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PAGE POUK CLADE3 COCXTT DEMOCRAT! FRIDAV, APRIL 23, 1MT
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GLADES COUNTY tion. appears to be plenty of interest and i Is shipping today from Clewiston Nei4r to sigh nor to weep .
Yes. things are looking up.but it'a to be hoped. that it will soon j i solid trainload of cattle to Kansas -I After long years with life's strvc- i
DEMOCRAT fast for Moore Haven as a sugar become. as it was for so many I City the first such train to be gles.Daddy i

MOORE HAVE. FLORIDA producing community.Up years a real source of community ]loaded from that place. I has fallen asleep. ';

... good. Figures are Dot available oa the '
Entered ** cond-class matter. Mar in Tallahassee tbe commercial camber of cattle in the ten or more Beaattfal ret for the weary i
I. U7 i$ the Po tofnce at Moore {fishermen paced by a series of Colored Church cars at this time. I I Well deserved rest for the true.When .
Haven Florida under the Act of BUI Hendry of oar life's Joaraejr is ended. '
bills presented by
Congress of March 3, 1IS7.
Okeeehobee and Joe Peeples of Expresses Thanks 111S C.ONK IIOMK We will again be with yo..

Glades, were prepared for a fight I
r..u..*. Every Friday By This helps to quiet oar weeping.
THE on the measures when they came, For DonationsMembers (Writtea by Mr*. Mary Grant IB
r.I.tDR PRI\TI\G CO. I.e. Hark! The angel music so sweet'He
CARR FETTLE P.bll.berFsb.eriplea up yesterday. They have enough memory of her father, W. B. Harris glveth to Hit beteved,

friends on the committee to assure of the colored Methodist who passed away OB April 23, Beaatifal. beaatiftU sleep,
--- the bills reaching the floor of the 194*.
Church are deeply appreciative at )
,
0.. Year __ _Rat.__ : House, at least and were anxiousto : the donations of white friends toward WM' tired sad Sadly..... by his wife. Mrs.
/2Atl what the results are. Daddy wawrjr. I Harris Mrs.
bear his daughter
jut the repair of their parsonage Leslie
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: Ua.taa alai Weary with toil and pete
:: I II The measures introduced appear, and Gladys Sessions, who beaded i Mary Grant and three sons. Jesse.
1 I We his and Bible.
for the most .part to offer a commonsense the drive wishes the paper to express put by glass I Wesley and Oliver. Daddy died OH
For be will not need them altain.
i approach to the problem their appreciation to the following tpril3:!: P/-II and was bun.'dl
: and I'm inclined to think that they donors: Into Heaven's mansions he eneiJ., .\ .nt >.
34EANDE'IINGSBy will win a partial victory at least.I Sheriff J. J. Wiggins $2: Dr. D. I

Carr Seta i.\ particular good bill. I think is, :M Draughn. $2: Mr and Mrs Boe
I the one which sets a taxn each i iI |2; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adkins. $::; --"r
I pound of fish taken the money to, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foster. $1.50;
Our sugar mill came a step or be used in making a comprehensive .
Mrs. V. .allo $1 35: Merry r.anti
two or three closer to reality this I of the Lake to determine:
survey Roberts fl; Mrs. 1. E. Scott. $[; 11li'eLifl'IOI.
Week and it won't be too long now I whether or not seining has any Mr. and Mrs. Jordan $1; Smile Tile Cut:

!. ay opinion, until the Democrat detrimental effect on the game fish Williams, $1; Annie L Thomas

win he able to put out that extraor II population. $1; Mrs. Zetaaa Sloan. $1 Mrs D.
headlines on a regular -
banner
ran S. Weeks, fl; Mrs. Cecile Brooks Stolee
issue.' I regret very much that I |1; Mr. and Mrs. O H. Bond. $1 ,
Mr Breckinridge. representing mentioned in this column last week Mrs Geo. WHliagham and Mrs

Tropical Sugars came here over the I our very good friend. Mack E. Baker $1; Mr. aDdtr!'. Ray
week-ead from Louisiana to workon Greene encounter with the law Williams, $1; Shorty Strickland. $1 ; IS NOW OPEN
some details of the proposedsugar while out oa a fishing trip for it' Ray Gaatt fl; Mack Greene. $1 ;
development and while I got I may have been the !beginning of a R. D. Lyons, fl; Joe Crews, $1 : : oooooooooa
to talk to him only briefly learned series of law violations. While returning P. E. Lundy $1; Powers and H.>riot<

that he is well satisfied with I from a trip to Alabama last Furniture Co., $I; Mrs TIn 1ma i
We line of blended
complete
the way things are moving along week he ran afoul of a deputy Williams .60; Lace Rauleis $1 ; carry a
He went to Miami on Thursday and sheriff while driving a few miles Mrs. Carr Settle $1 ; Mrs. Joy; !
said that he believed the firm of I over the speed limit and admits Roberts fl; H. Robinson. .50: Mrs whiskies, ryes, bourbons, gin, Scotch, domestic
lawyers there who hate been examining that this was once he couldn't talk Etherton. .50; Mrs.loa. M Hawe. I
the title for the mill site his way out. The rest of the storywe .50; Mrs. J. W. Crura. .50: E. !I' I and imported wines and liqueurs.
weald be completely satisfied. Some can't you'll have i.
get-maybe Ewing, .50; J. E. Frit'rson..II.
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fiaaaeiag details appear now to be better lock. Mrs. Arnold Hutchinson .2{I11"8, : i
confident Jo--------:+: : :-: :-:-:":- :
the big hold-up and he is Nolan Dierre .50; Mrs Ruth Gilbert ; I

that these will soon be cleared. Some of our boys are going to ,.20Y.. G. Hayes. .50.: T. F.
Then yesterday morning the divWom more around over the country until Sheridan .&$; Mrs. Swindall. .50; I In our new and modern building on

engineer for the ACL arrived they get hart. I had no more Mrs. G. Stalls .SO; Mrs Anne Le-
to make the preliminary survey than learned that Tom Gillock bad ahy Mardoek. .50; H. E. Robin- Avenue I'TENTATIVE

fr the spar lines from the main passed through Woodward. Okla.. son, .SO; E. R. Lawhorn, .50; B.
MM to the mill site. They expected at of the day it was almost Annie Mae Tom- .. .
noon D. Holland .25; .. .
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to finish accumulating the need- wiped out by a tornado than I linson, .50; Mrs. Joe Van De Velde.
ed data today.Yellterday learned that Sinclair Bales en .50; W. C. Farabee .25; Mrs.
at noon a gentleman route home from Houston where Dorothy Bauragardner. $1 ; Week OPENING HOURS:

dreve late town who may well be. he has been working, visited Tex- ley Furniture Co.. LaBelle. $1.
within a very few weeks a leading as City tbe day before the explosion 10 o'clock a. m. to 9:30 p. m. -

efcizen. He is J. II. Lawler. chief which wrecked the town and i Rebekahs Hear Reports
engineer for the Consolidated Steel killed hundred of people the mid-

Corporation of Orange Texas, con die of last wek. From State AssemblyFollowing Broadus and Ray Gantt

tractors for dismantling the Louisiana -
mill hauling it to Florida and I am particularly pleased to seethe of -
the regular meetingthe
settteg it up at Moore Haven. His efforts made< this week by the
Tuesday niche I
Rebekah Lodge
was a brief visit to meet a few ladies of the community to revive
people and make preliminary plans interest in the Woman's Club Inactive Mrs. P. E. Lundy and Mrs 3 'hn i 1- -- -- -' .. -_... .
the meeting : -
Brown gave a report on .
several there now -
for the tremendously large opera- for years -
of the state Rebekah \!'''emhlywlaicb 1i
they attended last week in

Pensacola i NOW AVAILABLE
Following these reports a birthday
I
party was given for the following -
Get the Habit of Shopping at members: Mrs. Lillian Crum
Mrs. Ida Hawe. Mrs. M. A. Summers -
Mrs. John Sexton. Mrs I. Cedar Shingles
Stalls Mrs. Fred Jenkins. Mrs C.
The In C. Klntts and Mrs. P. E. Lundy. THIKBUT Strip Shingles

The hostesses, Mrs. R. E Jor-i Staple-Lox Shingles
dan Mrs. John Brown and Mrs. J.
"Family I FortMyers
C. Swindall served refreshments Channel Drain Steel Roofing

Dept. of ice cream and cookies to: Mrs Sheet Copper
Myrtle Stalls, Mrs. Ola Sexton Mrs
e : i e Beulah Roofing Asphalt =
Store" Fla. Mertie Van De Velde. Mrs. i
Brown Mrs. Annie Bell Jenkins. Nails all sizes
galvanized and
common
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Mrs. Britt Wetheriagton, Mrs. Maggie -

Smith, Mrs. Lillian Crum. Mrs Paints, inside and outside, including out- j
Minnie Wilson Mrs. Ida Hawt
side white r
Easy Terms on Purchases 10 or MoreBUY Mrs Elsie Mae Jordan, Mrs. FAther

Klutts, Mrs. Grace Summers Mrs. Sheet Rock Wall Board ,
FROM OUR C.IT.\LOfi-Over 100400 ItemsJOE'S Amy Lnndy, and Mrs. Emma SwlnI -
dall, Asbestos Cement Wall Board ,

..I \1M.O\1) OF \TTI.E I Johns Manville Insulating Wall Board i
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HIIPPKD FROM: CLKWIVTOX I Upson Wall Board 5
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Joe Hillard. H.ndrv ("onntran< hfr Tempered l1asoniteVaIl Board, plain and i
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FISHING CAMP I in the D'Ml Garden '<><'tint .. : scored
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..:-:-:-:-:+:--:-:..: : : : i I I Western Knotty Pine %
Ii Paneling
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now OIKTI and ready to M no sport fi-hcrnirn with
: I Plybcard, marine and regular _
>K\% BO\TS-NK\\ tTOHS-4i ||)K >fcRCK I GUARVNTEED I Cement I

Enjoy the world be."l black h.i.>s n-hing in Lake Okw-rhofx I i

lost off Road ilo at Industrial Canal I W:;ltellI 1 i Plaster

Reasonable rates Phone 7... for resor\aUons Lime
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Joe Griffin, Owner l Rte I'til.jIBgI i i Metal Lath

Brick
CLEWIsTOX -: -: FLORIDAFLAMINGO I

.. ,I 7 DAY SERVICE Mortar Color .
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-- I AquehaVater Proofing, white aad colors

-:' 5k.'R... .,...,... Our large repair department Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile .

is now able to give 7 Bronze Screen Wire

j day service on watch repair- Galvanized Flat Sheets

ing. We have a staff of high- Window
Frames
0 I lycompetent and skilled ,
\ Doors fir 2-8x6-8
2-6x6-8
I workmen who turn out guaranteed two-panel and

work. We use nothingbut one panel '

I I genuine parts and ma- Builders HardwareH.

1 I terials. Send us your watch. B. Davis Company
TAJ
DAIRY fEED Special attention to mail order MAHAL

-. Registered and certi- enamel, guaranteed not to turn yellow

V:. 1 watchmaker in chargj. I Long leaf yellow pine boards framing lumber
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Roughage and Concentrated FeedsManufactured and bridge timbers.
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in Florida for Florida UsersFOR ''I 1 H. Gluckman
: Let Us Quote You on Your Requirements "1

SALE IX THIS AREA AT PEHTDR.VI ING PLANT IX
MOORE HAVEN I JEWELER ..
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1012 First Street I Bishop-Wilson Lumber
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) Co.

MOORE ILUEX. FLORIDA I Fort Myers Florida I PHOM: tut CLEWISTOX. FLOIUDA 1

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: GLADES OOUXTT DEMOCRAT TACK PITSWOMAN'S -
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.. Earl Reuben Smith .f Miami, 1'I and for the words of sympathy, the IXXT-Billfold at levee slip near

with a party of fn..... was here helpfulness and the lovely floral offerings I locks containing some cash several I
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fishing Monday. of oar neighbors at his i checks important i-apers.
I death last week. I Finder may keep cash bat please
.
Mrs Mack Greene sad Mrs. Dan .Mts. Alice Barron i i retain cheeks and aspen which are
Griffith were visitors is Lakeland e( ic&fwruace to
no
fS.lOClEl. II Arthur Barren one save the ,
F'ridab and Satarday.Mrs. I 1 I..... c.o.T.. Star i., Box 11.HP..
Mrs. Or* Guerra '
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V. Gram and J. M. Cense Mrs. James'Braanan.rHlT .
t j I attended the Knnwannl I I
Cnnrch
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coarciice
-'. : I nu; S.\LB-OIIe --... Florence I
:<- in Tamna this week.Attorn FfttoooI' Jffft+tOlllf..r CH all with
stove
oven, and
ocewood
M'. Neae.rnl, ]iceChurch t
hot water heater. O. KBorrowmaa. :
<'J.{ H HuU TKTO y Bruce L. Barfield of J
\ Fii.liert? It aa- 1J" ,;; !:-!. ,!r- |I Trailer Park iti, !
I "'."% KKOR4.AMZATIO\ ;; da> and he rtr -- I presents. } saga Church Worship 11 : a. m.Tou I ,
A Croup of more than forty wo- :" ':' -...., i.'J bare a cordial invitation to !Paul >.t iM--Two-wkeei trailer with .
n. -r a minority of them i I/r B. Forbes ball aDd socket hitch
ff
memlnr? "t. I! dare >-. : .i i !,-. ; r I INIL i Tampa is.j l1hiach Sonday morning ini good < n-
of ih.- Moore Haven Woman!' C'.auwl ,I.K \\ ,.. d *rtJ-/: Vii. :J Jt.oiifi j h.: : t.ii .1 fete days tin- Mt- Ii ur. a tar Mrttodi Chorch. Its sole! did .. $25.Od. Fred Jenkins. XX 1
ub has- U-en inactive iiihiog trip. .
> furirra1
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oJ "'- 10 ihe
? ;o (rsijjftt I.\tn: jearsOjoyed an afternoon tea at ( <::ol B>sd MHn"cn'' K.--htrt.j: ': unship ahrt !.> a f*rn might j jtv 1_ AKMY stanA:11: !

the Woman' Club clubhouse Thurs- Porter HeAdr)'. Jackie Hum. TommY -!I in; H. Paul .-i Fort Mytr.ri> m- .Id.' ;ijr prr"en-. if God aadj 1 1r.l 1 Barracks buildings 1 16. 2 t:a ;
da) alternooa and made plans for I IIlIt<.ktuoD. -1 la vi t.-r hcic Tuesday ngfit ani : ii.-iit&tion; and ; .
Sandra *! !" RoMuier. ; i-nun We. tt 4S, Mxl* and ether btu'-fat r.t.t .- ;
'Ii.- reorganization of tldui to' ," \\'d'-;,,, .
i"ri" Hj'" free .
\dt'n. re to
Kiica. -":- worship AT n .' .
h ht-ld the sK-voud Tbui&Oay; afternoon Bowec Jud't. thrard. Bobl 'I t.Rorsiip than we are to eat or |;'boss and dettvctwd, ame ....hu..

: in May. I Wl Qd".rd. Jazcrs. OliKWoodward i j I fire Frank E. Philpott. known &sib uot to eat. In either case we growor etc. Will be in n. -Mfen hi a f. I',
i A group of old numbers held a !I sad Tummy Woodnard Assifrtitipl t ,:' ..; .-.,cult rider, wa a visitor we starve according to the food days. Interested.dpous S. Btu .

,: preliminary meeting last week to I l with games were Barbara Iiuo htn- here Wtdnesday.I we: "''at.ttnd worship sad test an. Gen. Del.. PL ..... na.. .
plan the tea and to disco* reor- \ son Ann Crews and Aaaa Mae I.I."i'bomb. i tht week by your own experience. ;: 425i
tanisatton. Mn. Carr Settle was' I! George Sturgis left Wednesday

elected as temporary president anti -- -- urr. L_ for Chicago and other ..
the reorganization has been com BAPTIST VMS MCT ATMMOtiRL"s i pi-.ni.- in Illinois on buu&ess. f '::, ';;:::il.F"'"1'!' Ir '. _-s-
pleted. They also approved the redecoration HOME
.' of the interior Of tie j gar
I Sheriff J. J. Wiggins was a basi-
clubhouse which was fismhnl before The Baptist Wo...'. Missionary ness risitor in Tallahassee and CLOSED

the meeting yesterday. Society met Monday at the.1' Williston over the wet- n" BANK
:{ The tea was mm sarwssfal and borne of Mrs. John Moore for the

a great deal of interest was manifested Royal Service program with Mrs.j) :.S
Mrs. J W. Adkin the
retained
in club work by aaIQ' of the Fred Je&kma in charge. I J j -
I Saturday 26
: past week-end from a visit with her April t
new resident of the commnnity.Under Following the meeting. Mrs. ,
daughter Mrs. E. F Lutes in
the dab by-laws such new Moore served punch and cake to 1 1lira. I
members will apply for membership W. L Bellamy. Mrs. H. Ether- Quimy.

and be voted npea. ia due fo.... ton. Mrs. M A Summers. Mrs. Margie-m MEMORIAL DAY t
Mrs. Fred A. Flanders sad Mn.J Jenkins MrV. L. Wetheringtoa. Miss has taken a .
M. Cease aerred refreshments Mrs. L. M. Lillj Mrs. W. L. Bn.'ant' position in the stenographic department <.:.
Mra. and Mrs J. C -=1riDdall.PERSONALS. at the Sager Office in
. and C. C. KlaUs was responsible : Clewistoa.Misses Payrolls and Other Money Transactions
tar the beaattfal floral deco-

.. Irene Scott and Wanda Should Be Attended To Today
Thoae attendnc the tea were: i
Fare Toder, rtndcnU at Stetson
= .... o. R. Borrowmaa, Mn. J. H.DOJey. .
Al Stargts of Naples was a It_- University snent the week-end at f
: Mrs- C. H. Scott Mrs. J. M. ess visttor here Sanday. their homes here. I
, Probst. Mn. C. H. Settle. ..... H. -- .. I II i
C. 1! Mra. James A. Lee Mra. H. C. Taylor Palmetto Sand t
y. working Is Hassles, Texas, arrived \
1- Mr$. W. B. Irby. Jr., Mn. :
the latter part of last week for r "- '::t.N.3! :!"' c'' ;; r'rl. ..!:'" ...... ,,' ,
Gladys Stalls Mn. Fraaces Hardy O. C. WBkea of Avon Park was a visit with his mother. Mn. Caroline ;:jr; ii!;: ::. ,.:.. ,- -1. '
Mn. Jabs A. Moore. Mn. D. C.Gorataa here last Friday on basteess.Mr. Bales.
Mn. J- C. Swiadafl. Mra.Qwewtte .

Batts... X.... R. C. Stew- and Mn. L. M. Lilly were Mrs. A. O. HowdisbUl retamed ': f
i art, Mn. W. B. Norton, Jr., Mn basiaess visitors a Miami Moaday. Wednesday frees Bartow where she t1 : ,
C. Mn. L. E. "
C. Klaus Faraam has been visiting relatives while .
Mrs W D. Jack... Mn. 1 1I ,. _
4 a. EogeneM. Mrs Jobs Broara and children recaperatiag from a recent opera- :, <
Boptes. Mn. W. S. Bosemaa.Mrs. snent the week sd with Mr. Brown ties at the Arcadia Hospital. :-
H. I. Robiaaon. Mrs. Ward W. i* Vero BeadL r'

I Roberta Mn. Ray D. Gantt. Mrs. Mrs. L. E. Farnam. Mrs. J. W.

W. B. Norton, Sr., Mrs C. S. Presslew. Lo aa Kins of Arcadia baa recently Adkins, Mrs W. L. Bellamy and
Mn, W. L. ....y. fits Bertha moved INn and is associated Mrs. D. M. Draoghn attended a
!} Gram Mn. Fred Flanders with the 3-C Ranch operation.Mr. Woman's Club meeting in West
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Our Settle, Caroline Palm Beach Wednesday. ,-
< Bales, _.*. Verses Bales. Vn. R- and...... W. L. Bellamy sad
D. Lyons, Mrs D. M. Draagha, P. E. Laady were viatten ia Port? Mn. W. D. Barren aid ArtharBarren "O-
Mn. J. M. Couse. Mrs. J. W. Ad- Myera ,.....,. accompanied Mrs. Mike

Ii.... Gaerra to her home ta TampaMonday.

H. P. Johnson spent the weekend Arthur retained Wednentay I
BIRTHDAY P.RT"OR with his parents in Boca bat Mrs. Burros will remain ,
TOMMYYOOmrAHI S 1T"HD.YTommy Grande. for a few weeks' visit. '. I

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Woodward entertained Miss Margaret Van De Velde arrived Miss Evelyn Dyess who has beer -" ;
camber of friends at. birthday this morning for the week andergoing medical treatment ir. : i -<"'\ i I Ii

party Saturd- afternoon on the j end from College Ga where she' Jacksonville for several month .:.; I tf i

lawn at the hone of Mrs Merry,' i attemlinp South Georgia College.vt I has retamed to her home in Clew- ,

------- iston and visited friends here OT c' I ,; L (

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and Mrs. Harry Foster and
II I! their p.... Mr. and Mrs. Henry I II I Q L t' I I

I Adults 40c I Kiohen. William Marshall and Lyle I x'+ 1 1y !

f I.ahley of Alton. 111., were visitors $ .' ;"' J: f
I in West Palm Bench Monday and ,_< ,
r / Kiddies 14c i -n Fort Myers Wednesday. i Ii ;
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I I Vf AW WELCOME i a j W. Lawler. chief engineer for t. L ytw
j II the CoasoMdati-d Steel Corporation
lof Tt>xaa. was \isitor here rfstwjjday 1
makinc jrelninary hans fi-' I 1t t
hthe removal! hy his rom any, of a ;
TODAY and SATURDAY sugar mil, iron Louisiana to M,..>Kj : Ato f

j I Haven.li 1 2
Roy Rogers and Trigger inSni |
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''i i{ A. A Beck Laureate JOUTIll =i1r.. E+.

Fernando \ iItry'" WS.irid. at'd H. G. Stewart C I
ace
arioap :iiot in TaKaffa.-Sff
,
this wtk (it rsfiesent 'ie ronitneTia < '. : ;1
fi'ii'n. the 8p t5&! tj i

SUNDAY and MONDAY the !e;:'.-b.1: ;i-t ::'j; net legtelali I
I t wlnrh : :." :..:' *he wntinusn"'f ,
I of fish.a: u. the like.Mr. .j
Claudette Colbert. Walter Pidgeon and I ,
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June Allison in andr! H. B. Voder leftThnr I
rematao>r,
da> : -;>( nd the
of theiF! ;-' The Seerof Heart I Voder's mother Mrs. Daisy ""liT.I'I'

in West Palm Beach. His alter.i
Mrs. Ceie! Brooks. sexes.... d'
And the Ghost Color Cartoon
Friendly them and w il::1! remain there salt

March of Time they depart n f\t week for that
home in Bartll'f'ilIe. Okla.I .


I Mrs. Janior Wynn sad Mdaughter >K

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAYGene of Malbeny. MnI MarehaAlbrftton MODERN MANNER JANE EVANS:
and children of LakeJaa.
Autry's Latest t I Coarser Morris and chflwre*I I'IIrs. 1 dettgo in a Surrealist print! AnaP'tm-tilt

of Fort Myers and Berafce NieMIII raiBwe casual for all four bappj nmevBogbf

of Miami were week-end rtaHsrs, the fet
Sioux Sue 10 sun. perfect yeuiholiday. ssmer
Cily with Mr. and Mrs J. M. Hagns.
.. A not broadcloth that taW
The Wynn baby is a great granddangbter f

Plus Two Color Cartoons of Mr aid Mrs. Magan_ J beawnrvDy ro a slight peg-top effect
I Mr. and Mrs H. I. Roetneon were Pnwk, Sere or a pu -itb yark81.rtId ptwM
: ia Miami Thursday on bnemass.I .
I 9ises,,12m 18.
THURSDAY and FRIDAYA I -
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Late Technicolor Picture 'I I $8.95 $
We Uk'n? of expresscr .
To Announced :! our dee, ;.; :. ,- -T. I.' "nom -r I .
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j De8B wnjrc.- .: s. ,':r.eel'' i l\iack's Dept. Store

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1 Bearing the! Unbearable GO tti

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while: back timing my in' i

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aid, "is hud( to

certunly lnl
\ football-just as
f ball. I uoalti say
team play between

cle, as far as sport
think and act in
j can't think one \\


other."C rtamly, such

Mu ial, Marion
ter all have

most a perfect

action what you

split-second

"Rfjl recusant uttb worn** kt out dunmg his tervift pun *rtJ In .. bit { any sign of being :
sitter and tins uemj* .rt iwst,.rahk" j I in what they do.
"I would say the

By KATHLEEN NORRIS come from a
PRAYER AND PATIENCE smooth-thinking

a woman bate troubles muscular side
Many women of I

OCCASIONALLY up with one tort or another, such as poverty once." I
are actu- To round out
a crippled or mentally retarded -
ally unbearable. Not half as switched the
child, a sick parent or an
often as you might think, read- Frank +
husband
unfaithful few women,
all the arts and of
the for
flimsy
ing reasons
boweier, bate all these misfor-
i of the most direct
divorces, or listening to the
tunes at once. Occasionally it ever known. CrowI
tales of troubles
imaginary does happen, boueter. Such a known as an .
that pour into the ears of psycoanalyists. woman is Mrs. Georgia Olcott of and collector of

Atlantic City, who writes of her years, he also has
But now and then circumstances keenest of all :
miserable
life to Miss Norris.
conspire to make a woman's life lowers. Everything
really uaecdurabte, and however What makes her case eras morepoignant > the world is his i .
desperately she casts about for away is the contrast with her 1

out, no way seems open. Sucha extremely happy years when her Rhythm in :

woman is Georgia Olcott, who first husband was alive. "Have you

wr; es me from Atlantic City. Geor- Miss Norris replies that the writes me, "that I
gi j s 34; her family consists of her sentials in sport i
only out of ibis nearly intolerable t
buai and, Roy, who is 29; her son way timing? And they
earlier Jim who situation is to try to (, ,
by an marriage But they are just .
to 12; and a baby boy of two. Also rise abate it. Part of the troubles 1 arts, poetry, danc

with her are her husband's sister will pass with time. The rest can tecture, painting, :

wfao is his business partner, and be endured with prayer and pa I ing.
her own mother, 73, paralyzed and tience. "Absence of

helpless."My he writes, "is just
first husband, who was as arts as it is in

near perfection as a human soul be, home unpleasant, and are interested bowling, fishing,
died when Jim was 6," writes Georgia elsewhere." "There! the letter others. Did you

"and I went to work. That was ends, "there is an outline of the Jones? Did you I :
before Mama's stroke; she took care situation and I leave you to imaginethe dog in the field? i I
of the house and baby, and we were endless and humiliating de Shelley's 'Ode to '
ideally happy. When war work tails." Heat's 'Ode to ; : :

came along I was one of those already S e They all ban the :

trained, and made good money One of the tunes that try wom- ties-perfect rh> i

; I had saved about twenty thousand en's souls, Georgia. But a soul that ried, nothing

dollars when I was persuaded comes through so fiery a furnace is
to put it into what looked like a one that the world is going to need We passed the 'I
safe real estate deal, in a company in the time to come. The heart- Hal Syms. card

of which my present husband was breaking problem of your baby son "Rhythm," he I

manager. That is how I met Roy; will not last many years. Eitherhe 1 basis of any golf
we were married and he went away must be placed in an institution the basis of I

with the army to the south seas. or he will slip away to the foundation of
If I had only bought my mother an peace and dignity of death. Nor well; in sport, ;

annuity with this money everything will your mother always be with "What is
would be different now, but as The of course, in the j;I
you. years seem long now,
it is, the business was mismanaged but they will be very short to look set your plans

while Roy was away, his sister back to, when you and your son are*J, must be ready I!
eventually telling me that my investment free to make a new life. pens. There should
was a complete loss. It I Rise Above Troubles. in the brain for : ; i
was at this time that Freddy was overconfidence or i
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born, and my mother stricken. I Try to rise daily to a new level "Every part of

blame myself now for many things, ''I of strength and self-control. Don't .competition
but for none more than that betweenmy attempt to reason about your hus- your opponent.

household cares and sick mother band's extraordinary attitude. You set and ready for
and delicate baby, I let my sis are not the only wife to be bewildered -, pens. You mast I

ter-in-law manage the business, with by the man who came back guard. Again, I i
this result. unrecognizable from the war. Put the brain. i
him and his sister and his sweetheart
Brought His Sweetheart Home. "It is from the
outside your thoughts; treat that rhythm starts.
"When Roy came back we had them as shadows that is all they ;, pared here, you I
fallen upon hard times, and this I When
are. your own problems are send
added to his own depression and solved will be time enough to deal to your your nerves I
weariness, after the war, made our
with them. What
concerns you is When they respond
home a most uncomfortable place. your own character and soul and if you are in good !
Heaviest blow of all
was that our what "to ,
they from these
are gain tion, you have
I
boy, then a year old, is the victim of terrible days. You can sink under I still say; this I I
a fearful disease, and will never be .
all this of
course and become a ball or football,
like other children. When I add to nervous, broken woman with an bridge.
this that Roy came back from the eternal grievance.
west accompanied by a woman hemet Or Bridge and
you can rise to each day'sneeds
during his service years, and with I
silence and courage aDd
that he and his sister and this wom- make I "I have had II I
your mother's last months or I
,where I saw that I
are inseparable that I
an get no
years happier than you ever I
: low rhythmic
a
kelp, no sympathy: from either; dreamed. For if she sees you cheerful -
that my own boy's high spirits and : coordination was
absorbed
and busy, really: seem- '
nights, I cut out I :
activities are resented by; his step- to
ing enjoy the hard exactions of
quickly as I could !
father and mother ,
my: miserablyaware ;
your days; if she realizes that you other
of her own dependence, and have night""I
accepted the completely unac- !
the
of distress will have put
my: own you ceptable, in your child's affliction
'Jack Dempsey. 'I
idea of the circumstances that
some and i
I. are enduring the absolutely unendurable '
I began by describing to you as un- mean Dempsey I
bearable. in your husband's unjust explain it. We call !
:
treatment, she is quite wise enoughto
"My poor baby does not know me, : know that will from you are young,
you
emerge I
and yet absorbs much of my time. this and you let fiy.
a strong woman capable of I
My mother does her best whatever leading and helping other women, you are older :
work she can do from her chair is wise opening but you I
through long hours of courageous -
When I I
most willingly dene. My boy tries and service. was !
I prayer
mind and fists 1
to draw me into school interests butI Take this my
as an apprenticeship.
have no time. And my: husband Georgia. Sene yeur time. Your They were a team I
that's what
and his sister come to breakfast, letter tells
me that can weatherthe
you
and sometimes to dinner, and make storm and look might call it I
for far happier
the mind and the
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JJ1t ever
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.. talked having a saaH
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r. !.M'OS'. > : =fjJ': / 4tSave To discourage mildew roll After them washing in a towel jersey and garments knead out', i!' err rhymes says Collier's. After

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with a damp cloth dipped in when damp, to avoid stretching the :' learned that another company held

Your Sugar I and a little kerosene. garment beyond its size. I the right to manufacture phonograph
LYNN -.- toys and,
CB.IBERS'IESt? therefore he

For Canning, but ;' i I Simple means of winding When you clean the refrigerator, I stopped production and had most
\reub
Platter dow shade roller is to of the dolls destroyed.Of .
Bake Sweets TooIf use a solution of baking soda and I
Asparagus, Cauuflower flattened end
in a keyhole water. Put one teaspoon of soda the several be sated aDd pre-
Tomatoes and Corn both bands will be left free i sented to friends,
to a quart of water. The soda i only two are
Toasted English Muffins the roller and torn it until counteracts food odors and keeps I known to be in existence at the
Deviled Eggs reached the desired tightnessFrancis
the refrigerator sweet. I present tune.
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Plain Cop Cakes. Francis Marion, who led a
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2 cops sifted cake flier I British during the 4jT
24 teaspoons baking: powder war, was known as the "
i i teaspoon salt Fox. He broke British
I
H cop shortening I communication, captured
II
H cop granulated sugar I Efoutmg and foraging
I; \\ cup corn syrup prevented the Loyalists I

1 egg, unbeaten fvuzfcg !
you need luscious chocolate 9 tablespoons milk I Whenever he was hard
!
cookies quickly make these which
1 teaspoon vanilla I w met a force too big for his 1 (,
.ake so few minutes to bale and H teaspoon lemon extract rilia band to tackle he
fmt Children adore them and I E KRISPIES t ti
your
will Sift together flour, baking powdt ; tire to the swamps to
them
give
guests an encore. i
and salt Cream shortening" r ome dl.t"rt point to I

together until light and ..,. sncrr uC more hat h .
sugar : is '
Be
The oldest of our rationed corn- P < :y"j K<: Aaic.ca$Uvorlte rice cereal,
modties is still with us even thoughthe Work in corn syrup and beat until earned trt title of Swamp -S. tae .:.t, ua v ij Ke ogg't Rice Krispies: i
light Add V, of flour mixture aDd ih
situation has eased to a certain
blend in Add unbeaten -
thoroughly
extent The' sugar bowl is, perhaps,
and beat Add re
still not as full as we would like to egg thoroughly.
maiming four and milk alternately, I
have it, but we can stall manage to
beating smooth after each a-ittaoa.
have oar sweets aDd still save
Blend m vanilla and lemon extract
raangh for if we are watch-
canning
Turn into greased and floured muffin

ful.The tins and bake in a moderately O
youngster will still come a
I hot (375-degree) oven for 35 minutes
peeking into the cookie jar, and we I ,
or until done Frost as desired.
still have guests
who like a bit ofa Sugarless Cbeeiate Icing. YOU can

sweet as they 2 squares unsweetened chocolate
S spend an evening 1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 I' of conversation 1 taMespo water

VQur 4 or games with us. Dash of salttUspMla NEW
o1- For these pur- Ik almond extract get

poses I have selected .. Melt chocolate in top of doable

some recipes boiler. Stir 10 gradually the condensed -
which we w iL all find useful !. milk and cook 5 minutes over
Fur the cookie fans, here are some hot water Stir until smooth. Remove -

recipes which are bound to please: from heat and add water, salt
MsJawts Gekies. aDd almond extract Cod and fxwt

Makes Wt cup cakes Firestone
Strawberries are here in all their
% sbwtenia
cup cap molasses bright gayety and will add a delI-
cious sweet de-
H cupbrown sugar
H cup thick sear ruffle sort to your
mentis for :! erI '
3 cups sifted finr s'1

>4 teaspoon salt extremehseason. Be .. '.
:tJeL
2 teaspoons baking soda

2 1 teaspoon teaspoons ginger lemon extract I the sweet take berries it rat.cr\ ?a;. -.. I I' 4t


>irr shortening which has been eavc!: ::.e s.. :..r !-.e:1 s.1Peteningt

melted with molasses and sugar rt .. Irt ..."'. r.:.:... people find
tad stir until smooth. Add sour .:et : ; : sweet that t.ev ..se no ez-
selL then sifted flour with salt soda "_ e: .: ? :at sit CHAMPIONS
and ginger Add lemon extract. Max
until smooth. Chill l until firm Roil
floured surfaceto
dough on a lightly
*i inch thickness aad cut into as-

sorted shapes, as desired. Place oa .

a a greased moderate baking(350-degree sheet)and oven bake for fc 8 The Tires You've Waited for

to 10 minutes. Roll thinner if crp-

tr cookies are desired.

Chocolate FrosUd Cookies. PRIcesNEW
(Makes 3 dozen)

m cups sifted floor I
m teaspoons double-acting

baking powder
, H teaspoon salt Berries like strawberries wiuct
1 S squares unsweetened chocolate are naturally sweet, need little extra .
4 tablespoons buttercup sugar Plan to serve them in

as sugar pies. tarts and as shortcake as often

1 egg, unbeaten as possible daring their short sea--
H cup milk son.
1 teaspoon vanilla '

SIft flour once, add baking powdei Strawberry Pie.
and salt and sift again. Melt choco Prepare 1 baked 9-mch pie sfr**. /4 in design New ia mato-

late and butter over hot water, add Just before serving, wash aid sob ,/' ,' I New in perfcnaince Up
well Add egg and 1 Quart of fresh strawberries. Sweeten a ,
and
beat sugar thoroughly mix Add flour and raiD: lightly to taste and then fold into to 55% stronger The new Rayon

alternately and mix until smooth. H pint of cream which has bees Cord Safti-Sured Body gives extra
Add vanilla Drop from teaspoon os:I whipped Spread in pie shell sad
protection against blowouts.
Up to
sheet aDd bake in a I serve Or sweeten berries to taster
greased baking
moderate (35O- egrff) oven for r .I and fill baked pie shelL Top wtft 63% more non-skid angles Up to '.,

minutes. When cold spread witl I whipped cream which has been garnished 32% longer mileage The Wider.
with whole bemes
fudge frosting and place a half pe :
Winter pears make tasty pies ta flatter tread assures extra protec-
each
ran in the center of I. _
Frosting. jaded spring appetites. Far SOB tion against weather and wear. The ,
Qick Fudge little different by: fiat
thing a
3 scares unsweetened chocolate j new Firestone De Luxe Champion
French Pear pieFr'Dth *.
2 tablespoon better Pear Pie. '3 '1 7 e is the safest. longest wearing tire
1: aursaaaaUews, cut in piet'esI. i
emf water C cups sliced fresh wfatter pears ever builtl And ,it is the only tire

Dask of salt 2 tablespoons lemen juiceh that is safety-proved on the speed-
2 reps sifted confectioners' sugar cup corn syrup
way for your protection on the
1 teaspoee vanilla H tap sugar

Place choco.ate butter marshmallows H teaspoon ginger highwayl

water *-:::J salt in sauce.1, 2 tablespoons liar
pan. Heat over i One 5-inch unbaked pastry shell
Select pears which are kit hoi
low Same urtu v !
chocolate andmarshmallows 'i not hard. Peel core, slice. Mix wtt :
lemon juice. corn syrup sugar, ...
i and flour Place inTeppiag. puIrJ-..
i gee
are melted ad ___ ,
mixture is smooth 7 I pie plate. I c'
and well blended
Remove from fire and add remain- i V* cup shortening
jug ingredients Beat until of riP:t I H cap brown sugar I TRADE-IN ALLOWANCEFOR EASY BUDGET

Use on chocolate i i 1 cap flour
consistency to spread.
TIRES !
.. YOUR
frosted cookies or to cove:r Cream together shorteateg TERMS
Mix m flour own'
Saceetf
eight-inch lay- sugar.
top and sides of two
er cakes.With pears in pie shell Bake at 39 degrees

Just H cup of sugar and tin far 45 minutes, or 1Qtl pHIl

use of a sugar substitute you ca: are tender aid: tapping is breams cold. SEE YOUR NEARBY FIRESTONE DEALER STORE OR FIRESTONE STORE
ht Serve warm or
lattsfy the sweet teoth with no lea;5 ; sernrgs
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i fishermen who hare been arrestedfor Probate Act. VIRGINIA N. WRIGHT KUNKBL.PUtetttf Township Forty-two (41) South, Rase aThirtytwo a
Activities Indicate- i Dated April M. A. D ml 122) Bast. .
the ban -
I violating on commercial
sad feta
BRUCE L. "R1'IIU v.. Tenet TwentyH)
fishing made last October Ae A4nMaisltm w. tie KDWAEtD H. KVNKBL. j North half CVH) of Tract ThlrtysKM
(Continued from Page 1) I Estate of MUtaw Goldstein Dafandant.OTICK ( ), Section Thirteen <11). Townssup
I (Goody), Docsaaed. TO 4.PPR4R Forty-two (42) South Range Thirty-
l1aD would be given the go ahead Students CompleteContinued Mitchell I>. Price %ari... FlorenceA TO: Edward H. Koakel. whose two (It) East
;signal within the next three or four Karfield. resides** aad address are each Tract Twenty-five (26). Section
I I Attorneys for ftahri rator. unknown. Kifhteea Iii), Township Forty-Wro
"wet-ks First publication on April 25. U47 You are hereby required to file aa (4f) South, Range Thirty-three (II)
There had been some quest iocas ( from Page 1) April 25. May 2. t, 11.OTICR appearance in the Court above described East;
Bossell. the eighth grade by Geraldine on the 19th day of Jiajr. 1947 All that part of Section Thirty-
- to whether or not this company at the County Court House in Moore three (33) north of the Nine Mile Canal -
would also build the foundation for I Langford Netda HowdesheilI I \ OK TKTIOTO Haven Glades County, Florida and in Township Ferty-two (42)
'
I IttU.IVTMt M' Thirty-three (
the min aDd }lr. Lawler stated (winner last year), Bertha otewart South. Range
new I you may desire or be advised in response But half that this of the contract and Jimmy Jenkins to the suit above entitled that of tftft
was a part TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: quarter (NE%) and part
This foundation work will I The public U invited to attend Notice is hereby given that the undersigned which is a suit for annulment of southeast quarter (SB*) north of tl*
under the provisions of marriage. Glades County Democratis Nine Mile Canal and that part of
this contest at the close of which a
be started aa soon and perhaps Chapter 2&S5J, Laws of Florida, Acts hereby designated as the newspaper the !southwest! quarter (SW%) of Section -
sooner, tUB the razing of the Louisiana I of nil will register with the Clerkof in which this order shall be published Thirty-four (S4) North of the
As-sociation the "ircuit Court in and for Glades once a week for four consecutive. I Nine Mile Canal in Township Forty-
milL [r County. .Florida upon receipt of proof weeks. Herein fail not under pen- two (U) South. Range Thirty-three:
The method of aortas has not' will be elected for the coming year <>f publication of this notice the fictitious alty of default. I (33) East;
I MOM, to-wit. DONE AND ORDERED at MooreRaven I
Northeast
of the
West half (WVi)
yet ka determined, he said. the GULF SERVICE STATION Glades County Florida this the Jtorthweet
quarter (NE%) and
company now considering the adTifrtbillty -I \4ITUK OP INTENTION Til under which I asa e.trth business 17th day of April 1941.SEAL quarter (NW',, ) of Section Thirty-
KM.loll tuul'ITIH" t'It: at Palmdale Fla party interested ( ) D & WEEKS. four. Township Forty-two (41) South
of moving by barge orby in said business is as follows Clerk of Circuit Court, Range Thirty-three (M) fast

train, either of which. he said WHOM IT HAY CONCERN : Glades Couaty. Florida AJ1 of Section Thirty-five (36).
TO ;
BEVHUCK FUMING By F. & SCOTT" DefHHy Clerk. i Forty-two was very practical under the dr- Notice is hereby given that the undersigned. of Township
f City Moon Haven. County of Coos k Johnson Thirty-three (13) Baa
.cumttaacea Chapter 2...tU.under Laws the of provisions Florida Acts u 1.1"(f"II. Florida April M 1147. Moore Haven, Florida And such part or part* of the above
the Clerk April IS. May t. f. Counsel for Plaintiff. described lands as ssay not be redeemed -
will with
1941 register
of It. 26, May 2, 9. ,
of the Circuit Court. in and for April on the lith day of May
Owen AppointedContinued Glades County. Florida upon receiptof U47.
proof of publication .f this notice, TallakassecL Flmrida The redemption of any of the above
Ittk be .... InUM
the fictitious name "-wit: April un described land may
\ OTICKNotice
OASIS >OTIt'K office of the Clerk of the nor Courtof
from Page 1) under which I am engaged In businessat Glades County FtorMa priorto
master; Melvin Keene senior warden Paiasdale That the part interested NOTICE is hereby given that the is hereby gives that under !. o-closk X MM on the ISth of day the
follows and pursuant to the provisions of of May lt47. by payment
in said business is as
Trustees of
the Internal
and J. K. Rogers, Junior warden. BEATRICE FLEMING Fund of the State of Improvement Chapter 1S.C2C, Laws of Florida. Acts amount due for taxes interest and
Florida of 1929 the Board of Supervisors of penalties and coats ta the MaiMter
of
of Moore Haven. Count
City
suant to Law will offer for sale
Glades Florida. April IS 1141.I objections only In Tallahassee. Pur-I; Diston Island Drainage District will provided by law,Grilsthe Clerk of the
April & May 2. 9OTI ida at 11;" o'clock. May 2 th. .,I-beginning at 19 o'clock ..... MM on the Circuit Court of County. Florida -
15th of in the CourtRoom ,
day May 1947.
the following described land in
Fishing Dispute- GLADES COUNTY: I in the Court House ta the City The purchase will be for an
of Moore Haven Florida, offer for amount to be determined by the
\ ('K TO HUHTOHS Beginning at a point on themeander sale subject to redemption prior to Board of Supervisors of said Ptntriet
(Continued from Page One) line around Lake Okee- the date of sale the following de- but in no case less than the asaovnt J
chobee as shown by the T E. scribed lands the title to which is required by law.Tb* right to reject ?
In the Senate, was to open the Ukat e I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Frederick Survey and map $90 vested in the Board of Supervisors of and all bids to reserved by
once to commercial fiebermei IN AND FOR GLADES COUNTY.FLORIDA feet west of the east boundary of Diston Island Drainage District b> the Board any of Supervisors. .
IN PROBATB NO 2M Section 12. Township 42 South, virtue of the said land having heretofore By order of the Board of Sups'
as salt water it being so recogniid In Re ESTATE OF Range 32 East, rnnn&ig thence been sold for taxes and having visors of Distort Island Draiaa r* '
now by a 1945 statute, impoM t Milton Goldstein (GerdyJ.Deceased "J feet north to the Federal R/W outstanding tax sale certificates District
around Lake Okeeehobee. thence against the same that have been outstanding -
-a tax of a cent a pound on fish, To All Creditors and All Persons southeasterly direction with for more than two years J. E. FR1BR8OK,
teso the Board ofSUperyt.or.
taken and the money raised to be l Having Claims or Demands Against r tine of said R'W all of said land being and lying in President .of of Dtsttom
Said Estate: 1518 feet, thence south 1WO.91 Glades County, Florida and more par-
used for making a comprehensive, You. and each of you. are hereby feet to the meander line thencein ticularly described as follows, to-wit; Island Drainage District.
,
surrey of the lake to determine the, notified and required to present any a northwesterly direction with West half (WH) of Lot Thirty (19),I (OFFICIAL SEAL DKAINAOC OTDISTON
claims and demands which )ou. or the meander line to the Point of Lot Twenty-two (22). Lot Twenty- : ISLAND
effect of net fishing on the game either of you may have against the Beginning. containing (,{4 acres I i three (2J). Lot Twenty-four (24). Lot DISTRICT)
fish population. Commercial fishermen estate of Milton Goldstein (Gordj), The Purchaser Is to pay the advertising -' Twenty-fire (25). Lot Twenty-six. ATTEST:
hate thai deceased late of Glades County, Florida cost UI). Lot Twenty-sere (27), Lot R Y. PATTBR8OK
long contended to the Hon. J. M! Couse County THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAl. Twent-eight (28) and Lot Twenty-I Secretary of Diston Island
seining is helpful rather tha I Judge of Glades County, and tile the IMPROVEMENT FUND reserve the nine (29) in the Gorge and Gram Drainage District e
detrimental to sport fishing and same in his office in the County right to reject the _Ie. I Subdivision in Sni eon Twelve Ill), April 11, 18 25, May 2. t. i
Courthouse In Glades Count, Florida BY ORDER of the Trustees of the __ __
this bill would make it possible tdetermine 0 I within eight calendar months, Internal Improvement Fond of the
the effects. from the date of the first publication State of Florida.MILLARD. ---- 44s.a__
accurately hereof. Said claims or demand to F. CALDWELL J i I
Another bill introduced by Peep contain the legal address of the cl tim- Governor.
ant and to be worn to and presented ATTEST: From where I /
les and Hendry would provide a sit. Joe Marsh
,
as aforesaid or same will be F. ('. Elliot. SecretaryTrustees .. / i iI
defense of good faith for several barred. See Section 120 of the unDEPENDABLE I. I. Fund. I
April 18. K. May 2. t, 11. 1947 ,

WYz "As Homelike r I
IIEI U A\TF )-M U.I: II
1'( RLiC HKKI\G
(O"\T"' COIHTHOISK. MOORB I
GO FAR EAST. TOCNG MAYA HllF.V FLORID. APRIL
30. ....1. 2i3tt P. ,.. As a Barn"Cy .1
number of the famous battle-tested MAGNETO
Divisions on duty In Japan and Korea Notices hereby given that In resp a
are now accepting the enlistments of nse to one certain petition the
handpicked, keen young men for service REPAIRS Stat. Soil Conservation Hoard will Hartman finally got his new hanging from the rafters: makeshift I
in the Far East h Id a public hearing In the Count
Among these great fighting divisions Courthouse, Moore Haven Glades bam painted but plenty of folks tables spread heavy with F!

are such noted units as the First Oar espe 'f use factory County, Florida, on April 29 1947. had a hand ia it. Whenever someOne food; and Ed Carey's fiddle pI.,. i
Cavalry Division now mechanized in took for ;letting at 2 JO P. M. to consider the desirability -
Japan: the Cth Infantry Division, on equipment and necessity of creating got a rec.day, or a little itra lag while the folks enjoyed their
,duty in Korea; the 7th Infantry Division to Ewe; you specioluedMnrxe in the public interest, a soil conser- time they'd and help
come over barn
the different land IIHr-CT. was sore a mighty
all
now in Korea: the 24th Infan- on vation district to Include
try Division, known as the Victory holies and types of mogaetov lying within the legal boundaries of oat. with paint and bruslu hospitable-looking place! '
Division" serving in Japan, and the Glades County Florida. ,pursuant to
25th Infantry or ;Tropic Lightning the Florida Soil Conservation Districts And Cy, to show hii appreciation From when I sit,it's Jost about

Division 3-year," also enlistment stationed for in duty Japan.A in .the W. have sew mooA.toi intfock Act.1941. Chapter 582, Florida Statutes held a bie."barn warming" as appropriate to have a bam

'Orient will enable you to choose one ost ooo t ow All owners and occupiers of land Saturday-for all the folks who'd warming as a housewarming .. j i
and Irode-tii plon.DVB. limits of the above described -
of these famous divisions-- you within the
can:: be a part of it following initial territory, and all other interested helped him (but not barring those if only because it's another chance J

training in the United States.A persons have the right to who couldn't). Ma Hartman supto get neighbors together ia a s J
29 per cent Increase in pay for attend this!! hearing and be heard.A .
overseas service plus many .iddltiunat TOCK>IVS P. SPENCER. Administrator plied sandwiches, and Cy rolled spirit of good fellowship. .

advantages, makes this a fine \CHI\tHV V SALES and Snt- Soil Conservation!! Hoard out a mellow keg of beer.
chance: for the young man who wantsto April 18, %5. 1947IV j
see distant lands and fill an Im- REPAIR |J SERVICE I You'd never Hunk of a barn as CL, 1ff "
portant post in the peacetime Army Adf
F TIlE 1
Ask for details at U S. Army RecruitIng Tilt CIRCIIT fOIRT "homelike. Bat with those lanterns (/VV ".
Station Phone 113-VV' Clewlston, Ha. TW FIFTH JlUirilL <'IR'IIT 41.' j
Cotneau Building FIORIItt. IN AMI FOR GLADE!' !
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA I COI'>T1. CH4.MKR1 >O.

_______n I Copyright.1947.L'rutti Statii Brtvtri Foundation
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