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Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 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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System ID: UF00028301:00168

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1'OLr"MFL- 1BEI: 1 MOORE HUEV I'IAI ID.%. rP.lDli, M \\ 2, 1947 RII'110X-o: PEU TEAR



Conservation District Harry Sexton Just

Misses ExplosionThe Wiggins Threatened With I



Is Approved WednesdayReferendum postcard editor from is in Harry receipt Sexton.today son ofa Dismissal By GovernorBids

ot )lr. aad Mrs John Sexton and a

eteran of many yean in the Kari- -

To Be Held Click Farm Will I time service saying that he lost a Are Asked I Judge Couse, Constable
close friend in the explosion of the
On May 31 J ForFreeholders ,
Harvest Ramie CropThe <. S. High Flier at Texas City For Hauling Mail Farabee Warned
i Texas and himself barely missed
the explosion his ship having discharged From Train to P. O. About Records
I first ramie crop to he ha r-
a similar cargo shortly be-
The meeting held Wednesday at i vested and processed by aay other .
fore and rhe kd ut His card was
the eoarthoase here to discuss tile: farmers except tbe Sea Island Mills from I'u..r, t.l The Post Office Department ill Governor MUlard CaMweflhearing at a

Wapaaed .oil conservation disrktIen who have maintained an experimental asking for bid for transportingmail at his office in TaPshr.see

Glades County was well attended -: planting here will be next r from the Atlantic Coast Lime Monday morning to which hsifll
more than two-thirds of theacreage II week whea Click Farms begin bar- To Speak HereeiLJ1 station to the local postoffice each J. J. Wiggins, County Judge J. M

of the county being repissaaUi vesting and decorticating forty acres I moraine and rote the post-office to Cease and Constable W C. Fa

.. Cnanisaous endorsement of the Dber.David the station tn the evening Bids rabee were called oa Sattuday.threateaed .

to the plan was given by those, G. Click owaer of the I I will be accepted by Mrs. S. C. Stalk. ; Sheriff Wiggins wfjfc
dismissal from office aatoss rssAfdsot 1
laadeuarri attending and the Mati farm says that a hundred acre were I poet-mistress, for the next tea days
situ will be a refereadam R. C. Vorheea his office were hroaght aa t.
planted bat a heavy rain rotttd. : I ha carried the
date and properly audited by Mar
May SiDetaite. the roots of the greater portion before mail under a contract made la 1J38
of the refereadum win I but has I 25. The other two officiate wipe
it sprouted. The forty apiece :! .1 resigned becaase Q| ill
afro
he mewed shortly bat omtyhadowaera was a day or two earlier "r.,: voahh 1 and ia asking to be relieved I order warned to get their books at
by that date.
will be eatiUed to rote was not damaged He says !t .s I a- oun as possible.
Here for the lasatlag and to exmtaia : The Each of the officers was scat-
a splendid stand and a beau: :: s t bid Is not for any stated
th* .-a, of the coaservaUon crop for this cattiag. '# I p -*iod and ao bond Is repaired of mored Saturday by telegram whist
r district ware: Colin Gaaa, State : f:,- ucceasful bidder The gave no indication of the charges
Two -
small decerticators i> .J carr -
f Son Conservationist against them Even before the
of Gainesville arrival -
: ;' IS subject to all
experimental work by Sea j i- > postal laws and
Koaaeth Mel*alien of Gainesville I guiations applicable of these telegraphic asuaaaa
Mills have been moved to thereto sad
rspusmating the State ExtensionBerrtee. : the state radio news was nptiithH
i.. Farms for processing the r I,' 1' duct ions will be made for any.
Bob Fort the proposed heariag
Stamey Myers
day he fails to
company is planning soon serve Bidder mast
Feacle, head of the Caloosahatcbee by calling attention what
tor from West Pain Beat!h will be no discrimination beef to h* referred
i/ district at La Belle; Earl R Mur -- color or creed. to a. a "pretty ...... sstaa-
j.' was built and improved 1: ,
ray. LaBelle. Hendry County su- !, located temporarily in :. arriE'r work on a sevenCOUSE'S -I tion la Glades Coaaty lad added,
jti'ifcMi' and a state director. house thfn..w use h.1' v iw basi- besides allowing gambling else,

ii.- Following an explanation of the : Democrat officeNELDA ; -- ---- -- machines: and boltta u..reaM
: wort of the proposed district each I charges of failure to accent far

: landowner was given an OPPOI'i itaaity funds aDd failure to make rapavta

r. to express his views and then HOWDESHELL RrGIIBM.T DECISION I after repeated warnings

was not ODe word spoken against it i Governor Caldwell is aaid a.

Oa particular point was stressed Lake Wales' MinisterTo ON bate been so angered that he- gees

that the board of supervisors IS AGAIN WINNER OF FISHING CASEREYERSEDJUESDAY the officials little opportaaity ties ;
has BO authority>> to asaeas nay taxes Speak At Youth I' defend themselves of the charges, 1

against landowners in the district Judge Cease interrupting him at i
and a landowner within the district : LOCAL SPELLING BEEFor Fellowship Meeting one time to Hate 'I don thtek I

asay participate in the program or have any retorts in my office that '

not as he. desires I Per, \ G. Gilbert minister Circuit Judges George; W White- warrant your remarks or these

the second consecutive year evangelist, and lecturer from Lake burst and W T Harrison I I made by the auditor" and added
Dance Saturday At i Nelda Howdeshell, thirt D-Ieu-old I Wales Florida. will give a travel Tuesday that his records and dockets are
daughter of Mr. and Mrs \. O. lecture with pictures on Footsteps in Punta Gorda reversed the recent np to date and have been for mallJ'mentu.

Gymnasium Was Much i Howdeshell,. is the winner of the of Jesus" at the sub-district meeting decision of County Judge J. M. .

I Glades County petting championship of the Youth Fettewship groupto Cole in county court here in The only charges made by the
Fun For Everyone and will Ian be held Thursday evening, MayS Governor
represent county which hoe held that under a 1945 against Judge Couse and

I at the district finals in.*Miami---..on J Church. 7:31 ocftstk-*.,::-at"" the. ..)letbedist* ".*... l-.iae legislature: t fliber mea Constable Farabee bjjtb. andito_"....._
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Thl dance belfa J teethe h.1&h.School May 11.v. -1 were that their records weretnot '.
were :sot H1mtnaUy Noble for ..
gymnasium on Saturday night of I Accompanying Nelda to Miami The pkt.r..1IB show the Hfe seining adequate and that Farabee had
hart week as benefit for the this year will be Betty Jean Hen- of Jesus from birth to ascension In the waters of Late Okee- bandied bonds and fines without'

swimming pool fund was meet successful drkkson daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. taking in the countries' of Egypt. chobee authority.I .

from the standpoint of fan .I. DoD Hendriekson; who was rua.Ber- Judea Saa aria. Galilee sad Jordan The ruling was brought in a test i state auditor said there was
enjoyed by those attending Financially -:j i up in the county matches held here These pictures were takes ease in which Jcn Whidden sub t evidence of men being held in Jail

it was not such a great 1 1 last Friday night at the school gymnasium -. personally by the speaker on his mitted to arrest after having pulledhis for long periods of time before being -
entrees hat some sixt>-fve or, < trip to the Holy Land. seine in the Lake In violation given hearings and cited one

seventy dollars win be ten for the I Nelda success was due as much Thursday morning he will speakat of a baa imposed last October 1 by instance when a man was bald in
pool fend after all expenses inclndtag -i to her poise aad her aaharried approach the High School on "People I the State Game and Fresh Water Jail for nine weeks before an information
federal tax are pMFeatures I I to each word barrier as to Met in Bible Leads" and will appear Fish Commiseioa was filed against him.

of the dance includedthe her spelling ability Most of the in Arab costume This lecture to The circuit Judges, in reversing The officials said they had hdao

"httehiag post" presided ere I contestants lost out by not taking said to be especial liked by young Judge: Conses decision after it had previous warnings shout the
by Eageee Hayes who did a baag- I people < groups office records and when simaMB-
I their time on words one could be been appealed to the higher eoai%
ap J** as the "preacher" aad performed -] certain they well knew how to spell I Rev. Gilbert is being sponsoredby by attorneys for the flak and game ed M suddenly to Tallahassee the
more than 190 teo-eenti tbe Christian Endeavor Societyof cw&afeftoa ruled that the li act sheriff and Judge thought that H
For auite some time a trio composed -
,._ marriages Peggy Stalls won an of Nelda Betty Jean andhtriey I Lakeport dedariag the waters of Lake Okee- was conversed with a case in cavnty
attractive prise for being most --- -- -- ----- chofeee salt was unconstitutional. i i court Jut week where Judge use
$ Basse held the
times married. 58. The "Jail was noor'l I refused to admit evidence Ee ruled
Finally Shirley a favoffte This is another step in the involved -
presided over by Harold Mtaelle as"sheriff I BAND CONCERT AT II.: was obtained without proper
crowd got her movie star and bird litigation arising from the
the
and those breaking (Continued on Page 4)
mixed and added a ".** to pigeon closing of the lake last October and .
decorative balloons were promptly and the race was left between GYMNASIUM TO BE it is seen as likely that the finish '
pat In the cage andpaid a dime for Nelda and Betty Jean Betty Jean. fight will occur in the legislature 'I Only Half of Cancer

release after several rounds slipped now in session
upn 'I
Mrs Emma Mailer chairman of + Fund Raised To Date
the word "constant" which was HELD FRIDAY NITE The seven-man committee
the pool financial committee, expresses fort spelled by KeMa who then went on1; pointed to review the leri; .p-I

her sincere appreciation to spell "issue" correctly and win I sought by the commercial Rer W. S. Bozeman, chairmanof
the help given her in decorating the the contest.. : The Moore Haven School Band I interests to make recommendationsto tbe county's drive for funds for

gym to Parkinson's for the prizes. Nelda received from Principal M. will give a concert next Friday the House fish and game com- the American Cancer Society stated
i to E. J Bowyer for the ice used E. Morrison her ten dollar prize night; at tbe high school gymnasium raittee was scheduled to have reported this week that the response has
and to all who assisted in any way
from the Miami Herald and Betty as a benefit for the Pareet- on Wednesday of this week been very slow and that to date,
I rn making the dance a access. received the five dollar prize In Teacher Assoctetten and tickets are but no intimation of whether or only a little more than half ot the

At the present time the swimming Miami Nelda will receive a loving new OB sale by members of the not a report has been made has sixty dollar quota given tbe county
roof) fund has a total of $:..565.1 I
cup with her name Inscribed and band been given; A_ A_ Beck county has been raised.
which. is understood to be without
I lI..ntu be the first name inscrib- Although a P.-T. A. benefit it member of this committee has been Although this week was the date
addition of foods raised at the
the (Continued on Page S) win be almost entirely a band benefit in Tallahassee all this week for official closlnr of the drive...
dance state the sixty per cent of the Rev Bozeman feels that donors

Committee Stalls I proceeds to be taken for the P.-T. Bonnie Beck HurtIn have Just been slow in respondingand
Juniors and SeniorsTo A. will ao to hay a much-Deeded that by extending the time the

TonightAt On Fish Legislation fan far the masts room. If there Fall From Car quota ran and will be raised
Banquet is a sufficient ascent another fan If yon have not already contributed

will be purchased for the lunchroom send a bill or check to
Clewis ton, Inn A seven-man committee set up Bonnie Beck. thr -l..r old Rev Bozeman at once
lat week to arbitrate the dispute daughter of }fr. and Mrs. A. A. t i
The following program is announced -
The annual Junior-Senior banquet between the commercial and sportfis..8 I' by Band Director Wat D. Beck was painfully Injured yesterday Arthur Barron Has I
when she fell from tbe
of Moore Raven High School over pending legislation Jackman: family
will be held tonight at seven o' before the House Committee boggeddown Star Spangled .aer-K.y. ear while en route to 0 town from Opened New Service

clock at the Clewiston Ion and completely In their efforts Military Escort, March-Beaaettdoresas Lakeport I
about ilxty guests will be present this week aeeerding to A. A. Beck \ Te and Sanctus Pales- Mrs. Beck was driving their new Station Here

Including members of the school who returned this morning from trtna-Harvey. Plymouth sedan and Bonnie was in -

board, the entire faculty, Tallahassee i Little Champ March-M was g. the back seat She opened one of Arthur Barron announces the I

of the board of trustees membf.r'l Three members of the House I Tbe Booster arrb-Klein. the doors and as the wind caught it opening this week of his new service I

ecnnty snperrnUndentClass Committee were appointed to serve A Perfect Day. Trombone wIG she was dragged from the car and !. station and battery repair and
colon of red on this arbitration board but when with band accompaniment featuring fell on the pavement Mrs Beck building station In the Doe Building I

win be carried out In the meeting was held It was between Idral BoweD as sohriit-Bond. said she was travelling not over I Buster Herndon win be as- I'

vases of red roses 4fOroratlonl'I the two commercial fishing Showboat Selection-Kern. thirty miles aa hour when the child soclaed with him In the business. _

table coratlons I representatives and the two sport The Footttfter March-FiUmere. fell. Tbe new place win sell Cities "

president of the Junior Class will 'fishing representatives and an Impasse Men of Ohio. March-Fillmore.. She was quickly brought; to town Service gasoline and oil A speciality t

serve as toastmaster was quickly reached and takes to the home of Mrs. J. will be their battery rebuilding
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The following program has been Another meeting wIU be held A month after the Third Army S. WllUngbam Dr. Draugha gave service for automotive and industrial

announced: next Tuesday, Mr Beck said bathe went Into atlen.upat 1. 1)44, Immediate first aid closing an ugly batteries Mr. Barren has had con I
Invocation Rev Seett Does fears that a deliberate effort Is some of ks elements were fighting head wound with several stitches siderable experience la this work I

Welcome Jimmy CHtk being made to stall committee settee (M miles apart and so fast was its and treating her tar shock There: and feels that be can save car owners .
Response. Dean H.Ota. preeftdeaf; oa the fishing bills until too advance that at one time tt had were no broken bones and she is plenty of money by repairing

a< .Senior. i Cjass iC UEI.. ..-... .hale h* he s ted upon at. this sesWTdi ..* antes hosed fiaaks. p*1'-1. expected t* be aright in a fwda batteries when they are ordinarily !
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Woman's World I A 1/"I/0II It ItJJUJII OUSEHOLD M



Do 'Face-Lif tiiia' on Porches 6DR t INTS


R Too may find it easier to iron a
for Summer
Them
To Prepare man's shirt in this order: Collar

first, yoke cuffs and sleeves, then
I.ta WASHINGTONBy back and front of shirt

WARNING OF DEPRESSIONWASHINGTONThose -.-
[ Walter Shead
rlla .Jlat'j who sat Save buttons from old garments.
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in on President Truman's highly WNU C..OIWI- String them in sets so that they

NOW tart you actually hath secret meeting with the cabinet and will be all together when needecfor

,ai jag cleaning done, cast a : the council of economic advibtrs WBU Wui'". ".Bunco other garments.
I Tunic I IU ui/ly.St..N. W.
g ,,r a to the front-or the back Top considered it one of the most important I -.-

P>' ich whichever you use when the sessions in history of ',le State Legislatures A good crack sealer for cisterns

weather gets too sultry to be inside. Truman administration-or of any Petition tanks, etc., can be made by mixing i

Are :yen aU set for cool evenings on administration, for that m.ttr- Congress boiled linseed oil with cement.
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the porch or does the furniture Never before had a President and AS CONGRESS continues to struggle Mix to a consistency of paint and

need fresh ns cabinet come together with thenation's with brush. Sometimes I
covering or paint :: to enact some remedial labor: apply a

If the work seems like too muchto outstanding economists to legislation to evolve a tax reduction | second coat will be needed.

contemplate at a time when you cart! the economic future of the bill and to bold down expenses it is I

have just finished doing the houseiDside c urtry before, not after, trouble continually beset by organized pressure ;
*t irts .
and out from basement to c. croups Each lobby attic, get the youngsters to help a Inside fact is that the three-man upon obtaining its own ends Private -! SMALL FRY f.y 5e,
<'t oncil of
with some of the actual scrubbingand economic advisers gave power interests seek to weaken ;

cleaning, and watch the work t'' z cabinet a gloomy report on the : governmental control of pubic | FResueRE

Ir. nomic outlook of the nation. power. Raiiroa's seek to by-o' ss '

"The nice thing about fixing the "re President T ad invited the. anti-trust laws. Labor and bus in' j
r. until to
: familiarize
his cabinet ;
lobbies out for whit they 9'37'1t. i
porch for the summer is that there r-e
is so much pleasure to be derived : umbers with the national price : State.reief: i<'r !'C"hO"\l tdct.p.r. i!' ? ', r
( '!=; and
s their pulled no punches. I
I most a must. PuHu. hr-rair-g o-
fWD! sitting and lounging out there. !
Dr.
Edwin G : .
Nourse. chairman '
slum c ?arance i* a m':"i, with I
This idea
along
is apt to buoy you : f the
council did most of the talk- :
T real! estate '(}h' I ;
petty well until the work is tni i ..., 2 po"--e-rf:1 leS invv
: : against; it. '
; net I If something isn't done and done !
; But the pre:"i -e .i '"- ': h' :r
In doing over the porch, it's a r "''on, we're riding for a fall," he doe likely haxe or shot14' Kn"?. "'I't I

: Md idea to consider just how much red bluntly. ,.
:nf sere u::in COT!'"" s ;Jr t estate |
time is spent out there and let this AIHItr Here are roe high points of what legishtures.! : T"-P:" '-,,: i' j

be a guide as to bow the place p: told the aC-iraportart closed cab- tures ort' '.mabiv rt": *:'o :"iii1 1
should be furnished. If the porch 1= 11
meeting:
Vi
ing in the home fwr-* w 'nation: j

expected to take a lot of wear and th'have p-':"i'J:ei to1 gre<:' I
better leave out fancy ideas ar i abetQ .
'sty f
by memorials: on a l la-f:" a
count on those things that will h.' since last July 1. Fwxfrtnffs subjects Here area fo v : I ReM OUR OVENS

easy to clean I'd like to suggest < have gone up abort M per cost, AM ono nr's tht t'e fr'"-:!' "OS- 1ttlbottm I m YOUR TA8lE! GENEORIGINAL
doth or plastic covers for couch '
raw materials ttt 55 per cent of tWK-thrrdi of the fret I

and chairs because these can be on an average SIS.-nf ttd- f! is'!f- nee be r-iT31 ; Ka.lAGS CORNFLAKES

swished clean easily with a damp M 2. In some fields wholesalersand penrit California warts' ac, *'_ : IN THE WHITE, RED,

doth as soon as they are soiled. retailers are pricing themselves grar's te state for care of bsabrveterrrs : I MO GREEN PACKAGE

As a matter of fact if you have out of the market. The Colorado desires 1ft.
REGULAR OK FAMILY SIZE.
small tots about and are also anticipating demand for certain goods : eretd "propnaticns for the Fl:i ,

eating your meals out on the clothing, women's arparel and and t'ic louse \rreric-n leh; 3

porch frequently, this is the only'' shoev-has dropped to the danger ties committee South Carolina reqaests .

way to cover them, as it will enable' point Even in line recently cde:;sale fords for cmtttaaatnm -

you to keep head and shoulders ;: w' as scarce. such as radios. refrigerators of tile seho hunch vro rai*

above the cleaning chores. aPd Hsfcer-pnoed automobiles MiBresota and North Daroti: a iV

Washable Cottons Good Noarve reported, demandis tORt1n'tati of funds for rural elcetnficition I
I down. Montana want adeseate
going nay
ror Less Used Porch ,___ i
'" """" U river ban
3. Whiie prices have increased, funds rcr tbeIi..souri;
If, on the other hand, you are a consumers' wages have dropr d. reebmaHvn projects. Oregon wants
Iridescent sequin embroidery,
family of adults and expect the
This disturbed Noore greatly. continuation cf the appropriation
porch to take over such living room which is Joseph Whitehead's sig- Secretary of the Interior Krng for agricultural: marketing re-
nature, embellishes the tunic top
functions as a place to entertain and Secretary of Commerce search. South Dakota seeks arpropriatkns -
of the
your friends, then select washable designer's champagnecrepe Harriman backed him up regarding for flood control on the
dinner
cottons, either in printed floral or dress this Missouri river. Utah wants S630.WO

striped designs for covering the The for a dam acd r reservoir at the Bear L'.3
used
figures by Nourse for R :
furniture This will probably haveto ize before setting to work. First of his conclusions show that wages river bird refuge Wyoming assappropriations To bold year Iowa Tipper* and low.en .
be washed two or three times all, mark all cutting lines with pencil for reclamation projects comfortably aceura all day-and
dropped about five and one-half billion -
dentists discovery
crtry day try amazing.
during the season depending upon as it is rather heavy to cut and dollars between the first quar- on the Colorado river In np er called STAZE. Mot a 'meuy'pevderl '

do not want to make errors. basin states favors the Townsend STAZE U pleaiaet-to-uM
you ter of 1945 and the last quarter of JSo tub at d'
Then, when sewing on oilcloth 1946<< recovery plan and wants the Indian tedayiFAc to lIAbIU

open the tension of your machine as However, while wages dropped in bateau Volished STAZE ':< '::ci

wide as possible and use a large 1945, profits soared. During 1945 net Sugar, Taxes, Unions I

needle. Do not worry, however, if corporate profits were 9 billion
Illinois Iowa and Wisconsin request j
the needle becomes blunt with sewing dollars In 1946, with wages drop decontrol, of sugar. Colorado !' ***************

for it will still carry the thread ping, profit! climbed to 12 billion. and South Dakota request federal ;
Stitch all seams on oilcloth on the U. S. Savings Bonds :
However that was only part of the outlawing of the closed shop. South :
right side because the fabric is too
story. During the last quarter of
Dakota and Nebraska ask commu- ,
stiff to be turned Bind them if you 1946 profits were mounting at the ; income tax privileges The Best Investment
nity property ,,
do not like the raw edge, or, if you rate of $14,900,000.000 for the year, I

prefer, use pinking shears for fin- and during the first quarter of this ,i for all for tates uniform North tax laws Dakota on petitions divi- ***************

ishing the edges. This latter is a year they increased at an even sion of income between man and r

r very effective procedure higher rate.During wife.

If you are making curtains or this same period wages of
Georgia wants an investigation
drapes for the porch of the oilcloth, were tumbling: from a 1945 high of housing frauds against World War t

use the same procedure as for regu- 111 billion to 106 billion in 1946-and ,
AJ.d MM ptrtb t i.i U fofcrfcl lar curtain sewing, but do not makean still going down in 1947 That was II veterans' Idaho farm asks labor continuationof supply

allowance for hems. Simply fin- why Mr. Truman made his state- emergency
the donate and wear you give the program and a long-range wool
ish with shears.
pinking ment that if prices don't comedown
bat it will be fairly easy to price stabilization program, protests
Valances made out of oilcloth ur : wages must go up. policy of, keeping federally

Even though you are a family of one of the plastic-coated materialsare 4. Ncurse pointed out that industry owned mineral lands permanently,
also effective in decorating the
dvitts the bad asked for a chance and further tariff reduc-
try to keep furnishingsas opposes
porch. Here again they be
may to make free work
too enterprise tions on mineral products. Iowa favors
simple as possible, as many
finished with shears and
ge-gaws and gadgets make a place pinking without price controls, and that I federal debt reduction. Michigan -
than cool. wul require very little sewing with OP4 gone, prices would petitions for the tidewater lands
Hem really warmer ; ,
Always have plenty of cushionson
find their natural level. This
bill. Mississippi wants Senator Bilbo
Choose cool colors with lots of
white as this will make for a comfortable the porch which is used for sum- level, Dr. Nourse said, was a seated. Montana wants cash payment CALOX
mer, as they make for a comfort- new high in history and hardly
feeling about the room. able for terminal leave, construction change to
feeling and induce rest after a
natural.
Greea and blue are very cool colors, of a tubercumais sanitarium for .. .
bet intense yellows, oranges and tat weary day. The family likes to Perhaps the most important part : Indians in Montana and extensionof for the toxic effect
the for
use and this
reds should be avoided. porch lounging of Nourse's candid cabinet talk was the Steagall amendments guaranteeing -

If you make the covers for the should Hassocks be made easy for them. about the future of American economy 1, 90 per cent of parity for on your smile

furniture yourself use sturdy construction the porch as are people another tend big to help congre-on Nourse reported that he did farm products beyond December 31, Efficient Cubic teorla tmo turrit

because not consider a recession necessary, 1948.
on every piece and there should be of 1
gate plenty Hdpt remove la..bnn out
they must be truly tubbable. AU seating provided for them. although it was becoming more and Housing, Cotton, Power all the natural butn of you
more likely because of high prices ;
seems should be carefully finished : New Jersey legislature favors i souls
FO there is no fraying when the Other significant points were developed [ 2 A special ingredient ia Galas
washed and indicating that "famine i adoption of a national housing cacounce ,.pt*r mawge..s .
pieces are corners exists -
should be constructed so they are I Be SmartOne I II II in the midst of plenty." Recent I! policy between to provide federal effective state and cooperation local- which...bdpt bat make a ionic them effect inn oa pmt tail

easy to iron smoothly A little care : federal reserve statistics, for instance !.I 1 governments Oklahoma wants to rosy.Toot B9 roar unil..".wuhCatasl
well to reveal that 10 cent of II v
will repay you that you may per | put control of cotton exchanges under
use the covers often and still have American families have more than '! IrLoM : J..a.a Msgw.. tir..ra
60 cent of the that the ': the department of agriculture Hi r n V pJtsardr..r ......
them look nice as long as you use per savings, and wants a uniform system of
them top 30 per cent of the nation's fami- i
I i!i grading cotton. Oregon wants increased -
lies have 80 per cent of the savings :
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1e tMctoth to Sake power generating capacityin
i and that the bottom 70 per cent
basin
31!hfcw I'roMtms the Columbia river and
have only 20 cent.

ODe of the primary problems in I This lower 70 per per cent is the; back- :I i abolition administration.of the Rhode civilian Island production favors

many homes m different localise- bone of industry's postwar market.
: all possible aid to Italy and a temporary BacKac
throughout the country is that otraddew. I As its savings diminish, the chancesfor
i extension of rubber controls
have
Many women literally prosperity diminish
worked themselves ragged to prepare t South Carolina also wants unlimited May Warn of Disordered

their porches for summer li\"- TRUMAN ON STUMP I funds for cancer research and fed- Kidney Action

fag only to have all the coverings White House advisers now are eral grants to states for public as Msdrs 18.with hts kerry s.d
sistance based on the
economic szpm2.im
convinced that the President should
4rialdBf-4t nak oi
make a series of public appearances capacity of the states South Dakota tio Uron a..T7 trala n U. work
: petitions for debt and expense reduction ai tU kidurTkiy an apt U ta o..
: west of the Mississippi river ..
*r-UMd sad fail tltv Has wed
: next summer. Truman, himself, has in advance of tax reduction =oc.M 1a.&IaI tie Ike lgegiriagTs
of sprug's favorites ensemble and repeal of federal taxes on gasoline .
outfits. Wool top coats and : agreed to the plan. I and lubricating oils. Washing mr nffwadirta. aagrlag ksskaake,
Soon after congress adjourns tt irtana. fttut( .
toppers lined with the same print ton wants construction of a highway &.e pate. cmUac- therefore he will hit the trail .
,
probably tired ......aO von.&.Otter
to Alaska and increase in
as your dress or suit are refreshingly train than i no at s&Pr
by rather by plane kWM7. blaaiUr bottf an
t new. They are headed for -and touch every state in the 1 power rates on Columbia river pro} timi komlac. Maatr w tee fraqina

much popularity-especially with | northwest before he's through. j ectsI ; riaattoa Try Dash rait. Dais a.t. lttida
I the feminine business tycoons, This important political decisionis I These memorials keep coming ra M pan < aanaf asaw *>*rVMta
would not far They kin ka4 men this kail aal
who find them wonderfully convenient Congress get very oa
the result of a candid survey of ....
Gy as well. Democratic prospects now being Its economy program if an the petitions b g w4.d".web"w..

t completed by close political advis- even of the various state legislatures Lt g..r .. ptwft

were granted, for eacb
4t ers. While pleased with Truman'scurrent
national wants money or action of some sort
popularity, they
I
that will benefit them.
I are not so certain about how many

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woman isn't afraid to tell

the troth, but she is afraid

f the troth will tell 4H1 her. The Family Trouble-Maker

Success is the .
ability t get
Ben SrmdieaU.-WJfU Fcaturta.
atog with some people andahead

*f others. dam 4 4r

A talsae boater is one who _____ nn
Melts a fill In her pa value.A .

Raman never knells what
kiss af dress she doesn't want
until she buys it. uop '' "

It takes three to make a ti!

pair--counting the minister.
.f coarse. !

The reason a deg has so 1c' '

.:; his UH instead ef his tongue. k _
;-' many friends is that he wars

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If bier the truth long *goBy :'
Meat Makes Fine Main Dish Salads

See EC _jes Be: z KATHLEEN NORRISNo ,
VICIOUS MEDDUSG

Spring Salads WOMAN is more '
LYNN CHAMBERS MENU annoy- The telj-rigbteout busybody it
, and less popular thane i
almost unit er Mil disliked. Wbe
j
"Most women know how easy It smug and supervirtuous
Hot Consomme Cheese Sticks
she stirs trouble her
in
U to whip together a salad," said Hearty Salad Bowl woman who feels that she j up own
my next door neighbor. "Why don't Butterscotch Pudding must break up other women's family, without any possible good

870t they think of using a meat or fish with Cream : lives and destroy other per- end in tine, the is M vicious, da
salad to make spring lunches easy?" Ice Box Cookies sons' testable creature.Mrs. .
Beverage
happiness to salve her
Naturally I agreed with her Alvin S of Philadelphia
Recipe given. i awn conscience.
wholeheartedly, and promised to remind i
I thinks she ought to tell her ton
readers j It's a peculiar sort of conscience
my I that his wife bas been
I that forces unfaitb-
of this thoughtnow its owner to interfere in
that the Rub salad bowl with peeled clove I sverybodys business, and make (ul. The baby boy that tbey

weather is be- of and garlic toss in Shred with greens in the bowl I trouble for which sbe has neither I adopted is in reality ber child,

It coming warmer. 4 cup of dress 1 solution nor pity, nor cure. end his father was one of Dun i

," What is better ing. Add remaining Such: a conscience is evidently: possessed can's best friends. It happened
when you've been ingredients by Mrs. Alvin S. of Philadel- '' during the excitement and loneliness

hanging out and remaining ahia>> who writes me that she feels II'I of war, when Margaret was

clothes or gar- dressing. Toss I} in duty bound to destroy her son's away as a nurse, and Duncan in
dening, than coming in to lunch on well and serve' confidence in his young wife and i the
a crisp, chilled salad? You know garnished with very possibly break up their mar- nary
THl ,,< 'net girl of song ara you can slip the salad together be- the chopped hard ;i nagei I F."n'"b"Z is all right now, atleast

story rca.4y to be a decoration fore you start the morning's work cooked egg. i i i For the first four pages cf her let on the sur/<<.. Margaret and
for that best :hair y: ,a prize sc and in the until Duncan back
place refrigerator ; ter she tells me how carefully she art together, and
.
high Mcixerize-i .ret cotton ,
: i: luncheon. Jellied Fish Salad. herself was brought up, how admirable seem happy. They here another
u used. I Protein is an important re- (Serves 6 to I) 1 I her home and her parents were, child now, a daughter. There is

You can .t.p pillow top and ebait quirement of our body, whether wear XVi cups grated tuna fish or flaked I !tow blameless her clan young life. HO real cloud on their horizon
art w this deci IT* has Brfr Thus wise salmon True, she divorced Duncan's
ten and charts for chair Mt wed Bflkm i young or old. it's to i father excepting this scandal. Nobody
c toe Send! JB cents In cotes for pattern.x plan a main dish salad that makes 2 shelled hard-cooked eggs, chopped | because he: became, when drunk, knows it but Mrs. Alvin S. All
I use of one of the good protein foods \i cup chopped stuffed olives I "completely impossible"; but her
Sfwlat Circle Nee4lMraft n.pt. 1 2 friends all she has to do is to keep quiet
such as eggs fish, cheese or meat. tablespoons capers agreed that she was entirely -
M4 W .
; Randolph St. Cbicat M, IU.Eeclote ,
1 20 cab for pattern. ( But make it crisp and crunchy, too, 1 tablespoon chopped chives or right about this and she went Miss Norris says. Probably Duncan
i No : using vitamin and mineralladengreens minced onion I an her complacent way. making a ','ouslh. trutb.l f be doesn't.!

I right from the garden. 1 tablespoon plain gelatin | lovely home for Milly and Duncan, it will do him no good to find

Nam- I W cup cold water her daughter and son. Millie is mar out A marriage may be wrecked
AddresDo5sIeRiown.- Veal Salad. 1H cups mayonnaise ried and has two little girls Duncan by this meddlesome old
I (Serves C) Lettuce or greens : and his wife, Margaret, waited who is woman,
i i 2 caps cooked macaroni Tomatoes, sliced or quartered 10 years for their first baby, and really impelled by a

i 1 cup chopped celeryI Avocado slices, marinated in lemon ; after the war adopted a little boy strange tort of jealousy.I .

sweet pickles, chopped Juice who is now four and adored by
I
... C sliced radishes both parents. Since then a baby girl
fiJ..J lJwk i! V4 cop encumber, sliced Combine tuna fish eggs, olives, has been born to them; this child must clear the sky of this dreadful
b'f ; X tablespoons chopped green pepper capers and chives. Soak gelatin in almost cost Margaret her life and cloud praying with all my heart
2tt cnps diced cooked veal cold water for 5 minutes, then dissolve there can be no more children. that In the end only good can coma
cf it"
over hot water. Add dissolved
\ I : Up to this point aH has gone wen. .
Mix salad Toss together ,
ingredients. gelatin to mayonnaise -
Duncan had a fine record in the
with Just enough mayonnaise A00C"': ? stirring I
I '' navy and is remaining in the serv- Smug, Jealous Woman.
to moisten all ingredients thoroughly. J! constantly. Add
i : ice. Even his mother was pleased That the self-satisfied little writes
Serve cold on crisp .. to fish mixture
greens. <1.
:
Wa t a I I with the state of affairs; with the cf this letter was smacking her lips
(Note: If desired, roast leftover and mix togetherthoroughly. I I pretty wife, "though from a rather over it, and over the situation is so
:
i cr stewed veal may be used.) Turn I humble background," she writes, obvious that I will not answer her

I 4 Potato Salad. chill into a until mold firm.and ;I the successful son, the beautiful at aH. Whatever I said she would

i (S -ves C) Unmold on bed of ,- adopted child, and now the- small not be deterred from her smug and
I daughter. steady course. Deep at the root of
8 sliced and
new potatoes, greens garnish -
her
I slices uncooked bacon, diced with tomato Shameful News for SOD. position is jealousy. Jealousy
of
1 small onion, minced and avocado "But an agony of shame awaits the son's happiness that depend
I Iso little on her and of
H cup vinegar slices Serve with additional dressing my poor dear boy," writes the older the young
er woman who has
managed to
: ** teaspoon salt if desired. i woman. "Margaret was a nurse
her life
bring into
: Dash of pepper Green and together :during the war and for some monthswas line. Margaret
pepper eggs go perhaps has paid bitterly already
li sour cream away from home in a service
cup like bread and butter. You can I for her sin Duncan
1, hospital, we all imagined. Fancy against ; perhapi I
-Hu1'I4e.r Striw chop hard. !ted eggs together with her
Doelu'tiki the i Boil potatoes in their skins until consternation learning relationship with the other man
food Lea getting and makes no aecrrt minced green pepper and use as my upon was the result of i
tender. Peel and sbce Fry bacon only one reckless
from chance remark dropped by
a : ,
of it. If only his mistress would diih I until crisp; remove and brown onion the basis of a salad sandwich, or if quite unsuspicious outsider, that the a i lonely mood. Or perhaps because #

up Oro-Pnp R&bo Crisp. Toaa ed. in fat Add vinegar, salt, pepper you want to fuss a bit more you can child Margaret and Duncan have ''he was Duncan's friend, it was !

Made situ 23 essential nutrient Economical and sour cream. Add potatoes aDd make a pretty-pretty salad this way, i adopted is Margaret's own, the fa- i easy for her to love him for while.

too. One box supplies U bacon. Serve hot or cold, garnished when you invite your next door I her a young officer who was killed i Whatever it was she paid when sheI
much food to dry weight as fin 1-Ct. I with sliced tomatoes aD4etDers neighbor over for a spot of teach. in the very last weeks of the war. I bore in pain and loneliness that child
this salad in advance andit
COM of dog food! Oro-Pup also coIIIiIb prepared thus Prepare 1 That his dear bereaved mother is who Is not Duncan's, when she parted
Sleet and in Pd-tttt.Feed all taree.SPEEDEDUP will slice more readily. I an old family friend and that he I with her baby-she who had M
Broiled Weiaers.C ) long been
hungry for a baby. That
Stuffed Green Pepper and was my boy's close friend makes
frankfurters she could arrange to adopt this baby
D1xorkIaJ Egg Salad. I it aH the more terrible. Margaret
C slices bacon doesn't entirely relieve the burden
and this man carried on their affair

*i pound American cheese (Serves ( US) I under our without of fear and shame! on her heart Ha
very eyes
GRO-PuP 3 medlom-sixed is not the loved
Mustard green peppers arousing suspicion anywhere, and little son of the
rh 4 pound cream cheese man he calls "Daddy." and someday
I the
when time came, she simply
laNOC -- Slit frankfurters spread festde 5 shelled, hard-evoked eggs be will have to know it. ,
went away, on an excuse that wean
with mustard and insert strips of
I 1 sweet pickle accepted without question, had Why such a woman should feel
cheese. Wrap a strip of bacon It cup chopped stuffed dives her baby, left it and came hometo it her sacred duty to wreck Dun

under around broiler.each frankfurter Heat to brown and place and H cup mayonnaise talk Duncan into consenting to an I can'. and Margaret's and the chfldren'i t
Lettuce and bas lived this hideoustie i lives must always be
adoption a mystery
.. "- crisp the bacon and melt the cheese. French dressing
I ever since. : to any really generous, really '

COMFORTfor 'i u Hearty Salad BowL Wash peppers cut off tops and "I did not take the word cf a i foe woman. There is no real Ion !
(Serves <) I this I in the heart of a mother so cheerfully
so-called I remove the seeds. Meanwhile cream mere acquaintance on went f
I 1 clove garlic the cheese until it is smooth Put secretly to the town where it was I resignedly bent upon doing I

KIDNEY SUFFERERS I 1 bead of lettuces eggs pickle and olives through a ,I said to have taken place, and verified her her duty.whole: attitude.There is no sincerity tn t''

.kMes w.p....... I bunch watercress food chopper and add to cheese with every detail Since then every ;
H.eta.s. lie peso ..p.,... I word and from has No I won't advise her. But what ;
glance boy
a.a.a-117 It'w pica rck.r ol vse *a 1 cup French dressing mayonnaise and combine to makea my
roh.r. Iar.ls(\M.l .ak. >kda.r DER IRRII AT1OV tbat-.U CMM at mat 1 cup cooked ham or tongue, into the peppers and chill for several blue to join his wife in aware of the situation, that
p-ar ac- .r *m.ta..eaa MM. *dere r. slivered hours. Slice peppers crosswise of deceptions. How best can I break garet baa long ago told him
+ raixf.D
far -k cazse- .oaa
*a..aat* Ii.adws N> wed w .=_.....bossy-. 1 cup evoked chicken slivered V inch thick, and arrange several this news to him and should I talk truth. and that when his Iar'I'I

rear* ta tMor.-. M.o Vole k.T.etas :..ii.r. Aa roar a.epa ;..... 1 rap cooked or canned pears dressing, if desired. party to an untruth in my life; get is a sharp snub. } .
: onuu
u H ACi 1 hard-cooked egg, hopped JI...... w Wntera:< rv.ptp.r Cairn. I cannot begin now. At any cost hop so. :

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PAGE FOUK GLADES OOCNTY DEMOCRAT FRIDAY, L\Y 2.'10"

er takes his own good time about
GLADES COUNTY defenses H any they bad, instead of lug four valued and experienced Wiggins Threatened- making up his mind how he wiles
makinr the "county a scapegoat employees all within a few weeks I to plead at arraigna I* ttrtaalty .1'
DEMOCRAT through unfavorable publicity in early in 1946 Including Miss Louise I I every instance he Is Kts&
MOORE UA\E. FLORIDA every daily newspaper of the state. Moore who kept the criminal docket Continued from Page 1) I credit for his time in Jail on th* .
-- .-- =:--= -- ... I hope that the action will re- I could not replace her at once and search warrant Judge Conse ad- total sentence.PATRONIZE :,
Entered a. ..cond-daaa matter. May sult only in good through better after Mrs Bale come in I still had mitted that his criminal docket I
I. 1S27 at the Postofflc at Moore law enforcement, more efficient I Ito teach her I assure you that BO was not entirely closed when the OUR ADVERTISERS
Haven Florida under the Act of records in all county offices and action or omission of mine cost auditor was here the latter part of I
Cecrei of March S. 1SJ7
better attention to the duties of Glades County or any person any last year but said they were com- I
---- the office than one ordinarily findsin money or time unless auditing took plete within a month after the I
P.bli.bed I.ry Friday; By I a small county but I fear that longer nor did it keep any person auditor was in his office MBLP W.\SW -M'LB
.
T11E GI.un 'nnTn G0. J. *
C.41IK !;SETTLE PaMfohrrOmr it will only result in a division into in jail one unnecessary minute The "I ea.'t.be responsible for law
politic factions at a time when four months daring which the audit enforcement in your county Caldwell -I PROFIT ARU6 WORK FOR V'TNO
I complete cooperation of everyone is, was ignored would indicate that it told Sheriff Wiggins "If your lime DC JAPAN11 ..,)
_... .... \! *:xptriPaid and ? Pr Month
.rt. Rates imperative. was not then important or that the people want gambling, let them l'oca'te h at<> of the nehtm lett'ayalr
Tear .. __ ___ ln'sa:1 Governor was behind in his work I have it, but I do have a r i > l>" l'lon-fil\. to reach Mini -
:
Sla n.Mh* ._. __ __ _._ ILZI8vIEANDE'RNGS and the fact that it covered a period bility with records being kept ponsi-I' !,>:-.i nifinJ. fir Hatt of approximately 2's years unless the State Auditor (' I .:. ..cart Lon ;N.'>:.i"- K""j"I"1Ianti
would indicate that the auditing by May 25 that you haw made ir Tt.1.tt.t. ? \'rt' in Japan. ant if you
department to behind in its work earnest effort to put your recordin ?,.' t ., <* qu.,1:f.?i x od e 'n be
I *
That has often been true in the past shape and complied with the i' p..!?, :i?tl .Tl" "ill"inn J'lIt' ;.,i travel
and it to not Intended as criticism law I am removing \on" : ; .. .r,' !.i ich\! lt\ "i'|wd in .z
Carr Settle 1."It"I" hof -
By ,1 t v" n' area
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of Mr. Willis for whom I have hada Prior to this tear Sheriff \Yip ,, t. ;, :., .tt' "-. swiromin$: i*.,>!". tea-
high regard for many years, even f gins has never maintained regu'ai i, i .., r: n-. ?: ,.If iinrw aid hilt park
'I u action to the action of j April 30, 1947Mr before he became state auditor. I office help Miss Louise Moor* I i:,I'(I-'"'\11t"I".(I.: m, t.b'; choice for averse of ft.onithan civilian at
: a," Caldwell in calling three! 1). (' >-.'tle! had operated the County Judge's clerk in Mr. Goose's office also h..e e ,.
luntsr law enforcement of- i Editor Glades County Democrat office for 9 years to the closing of taking care of the sheriffs accounts -!I ,h.H\,jh dnnetir..ter "u thin < I': his new of- Moon Haven. Florida. this audit and had received no until she left here last year. i I m..dhhll and dental care. MHM! foodmr.us
T .. Monday iI >; rienil Carr: previous criticism from any previous Since the first of this year Mr!'. and todemr plan: make and tbs" opportunity retirement too-
,tf reM I I.I s. arbitrary This IS written primarily to the audit. Merry Roberts has been employed good to ......
..d oft'un \, !il> the situa1 citizens and neighbors of Glades I served as Secretary and Trea- regularly in'the sheriffs office and x-rtbed Young standards men who and ran""A l:..meet.nli..t pre-for .
ai t 1 1- Countvs the holder of a public surer for Dtetoa Island Drainage i he stated yesterday that his records 3 years, are entitled tll .U-n-toate the
o ,1 i on I ',. ,11"!! s moat ar- office I feel I owe this explanation District for approximately twenty were entirely complete.He l time I,t Cavalry of enlistment.Division Initial tM hanizwl traunirsgt.iven ) at
,j' ..' ujipor ,, i!icounts to them I value whatever years and never had aa advene also called attention to the I before departure: from C. S.
j; li.' rail ,:ui '' and by and good name I had above any price. audit although handling usually two cases cited at the hearing in I Get fun Station details, at I. S Army Ht"t'ruit- -
I feel :,!I- 1"1111 of office All human actions are subject to between "....00 and 112,000 Tallahassee and invited inspection I ing .
heel .... oust that many annually of the docket these two Com au BnildinpWEST -
:" i e I' mistakes but I deeply resent whatI on cases: PALM UtAOH
think. But. in this in- sincerely believe was one which For many of you readers 1 may The court docket shows that Lt'f'1
from ports.. hope this letter could be a word of FWlUl't
judging press Governor Caldwell made in the Lewis was arrested on Jane H, I
,5''i uted bj the officers thereupon handling of his criticism pertaining supererogation bat others have not 1944 charged with reckless exhibition -
55 their return, the Gouor \- to this office. I have heretofore know me so well and long. of. deadly weapon and I
: once more allowed anger to had and still do have great I am still a little dazed shaking''pled guilty before Judge Couse on LAWN MOWERS I
verntte better judgment. First byNth respect for him as an individual my head and muttering "it shouldn't June 30 He was sentenced to
a curt summons to the officers and for the great office which he happen to a dog"' I serve eleven weeks in jail plus an '$
without giving an inkling of I holds. His duties and responsibilities Respectfully yours, additional four weeks for failure to Built, Repaired and j
what it was all about; secondly at this time are really greater i J, M COl-SE, pay $30 fine He was to be given
psimlllliij the radio and press at than any one man should have to County Judge. credit for eleven days already spent -
toast idea before the officers ---- Sharpened By
partial
a bear. in Jail which was transcribed in the
were notified; third by not Shortly before noon on Saturday I Purchase Waggerby notes by a clerk as eleven weeks :-4
gfrtag the officers a chance to received a telegram asking me to I the only error noticeable. The ne- Charlie CurtnerAt
Httk' iB their own behalf at thtsbearing. attend a hearing on Monday at i Farm By Tom Gillock gro was released on August 29 after .

10:00 o'clock In Tallahassee per- serving his total of 77 days ,,};,
I'm not attempting to justify any taining to these charges I had no I Has Been ReportedAn The second case of Earnest Campbell -
transgressions of the law in Glades notice whatever of the nature of also colored, who was arrested -i
County nor the failure of these officers those charges and from some con- unconfirmed report today is on February 22 and sentenced by
to have their records in shape venation reported to have taken that Tom Gillock has purchased the Judge Couse on March 13 when he DAVE TOCKSLXN'S
when the state auditor made his place on the streets Saturday night Wilton Waggerby farm on Baker entered a plea of guilty He had MACHINERYKKIMIK S SALES andSERVICE .
wort We all know that such I suspected they dealt with a crim- Highway still known as the Sam spent twenty-om days in jail and ,
I
transgressions exist and have existed inal case tried two days before. in Cottrell place, consisting of seventy was sentenced to twenty-one days
not only in Glades County but which I excluded: evidence taken acres of land and one of the nicest given credit for the time spent and 1"0.0 "3-'" Clewiston, H*.
In everyone of the 8btyen'll I from a private home without farm homes in the area. I released Many sui'b cases oc ur. :,
nmaties in the state We feel' Search Warrant. I still suspect it I Although Mr. Gillock has not Sheriff Wiggins says when a prison i
fairly certain that for every dim had something to do with this hear: been contacted. Mr and Mrs Eugene -t ;"
gambled per capita in Glades ing, yet it was not mentioned in Boyles who are renting the s
C *nty that there is a dollar in Tallahassee except by me and the home said that he had asked for _. -- ,4' ., i
meet counties There is a lawagalut Governor did not comment on It. possession of the house within .:,
it and tt is probable. as the I went prepared to justify that ac- sixty days.
Governor says, that we all sharein tion. Instead I found that the Unseemly A deal was only recently closed
the responsibility for the en- baste was over an audit for the purchase of the L. D. Carr NOW AVAILABLECedar
fercemeat but to single Glades which had Wen transmitted under property a mile east of town by
t County out as a flagrant violator date of December 21, 194C, and }lr. Gillock. This farm has a nice
savers of an effort to make us an no mention made of it to me during home and buildings; but a comparatively -
example because were small and those four months. I could not small acreage of land.
d.-n't tarry a lot of weight politi- fairly discuss it without notice Shingles

cally. The trip to Tallahassee and return III'III>INO PllNTrD THIKBUT Strip Shingles
Bat it was a case of incomplete
is a long arduous one and I feltIt
records which caused the Governor also to be an Imposition on Gov F. M. Mi&arich is completing to- I Staple-Lox Shingles
to become irate rather than lax error Caldwell at a time when the day the painting of the Swindall Channel Drain Steel Roofing
law enforcement, according to his legislature is not only in session Service Station which adds materially -
own statement The auditors report but considering many controversial to the appearance of this I Sheet Copper
was filed in December and yet Governor bills in which he is keenly interested building. (And shows up neighboring Roofing Asphalt
Caldwell waited almost into for the welfare of the State. The buildings that could stand the
May before castigating the officials' principal criticism, and indeed the same kind of treatment.) Nails, all sizes, galvanized and common
4>n this count What evidence did 'I' only one for which I feel any responsibility -
Paints inside and outside
including out-
he have that these records had not was that my permanent ,
been completed when he issued his: records of criminal cases had, side white
summons1' Why couldn he have not been kept posted to date for a
called' the group quietly to his office part of 1946 However they had C i iI Mark R. Tennant Sheet Rock Wall' Board

sat down and discussed the been brought to date in October Llr....*
:I I Asbestos Cement Wall Board
matter in a business like manner ': and November of 1946! and kept
Real Broker
and allowed them to present their I, current The lapse was due to los- Estate Johns Manville Insulating Wall Board
GLIDES COUNTY LANDS
II
-- Upson Wall Board
807 Congress Bid Miami Fla.
);
I I Tempered Masonite Wall Board, plain. and

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C C C C C C C M-C-C 0 C C C C ceo 0 0 GOO 0 0 0 C 0 C I C 0 C C ceo 0 0 )<0' t Announced U D FOR HOI SING l
Engagement ; :
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here .. salad from a re- I
TERSONALand v: the first daatox malt, m .. t
II SOCIETY
\ eompJeUoa by K E. Js w I

already bees rinsed am*. ;
< sent two mitts lot. yet 1
-.. have already bees 1.dIs.L
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- < "': -"': ''.''. .''. .''.''r.''''''-''.'-''-'.'''.''-'.'','.'''''' ''''.'' has not bees sd..

BiU Wallace of Okeechobee wasa Claude Cox, a studm ... 0.. by )lr. Jordan,

visitor here Wednesday lahrersit ia DeLand. ------ "
week-end v. l t! '.is par r.' .
Howdeshell-
Joe B. Johnson of Fort Myerswas toaa.
her on basiness Wednesday

W I. i r, ,.:.' ,.:id i>_:' from Pace 1'
Stanley Wax, man of Miami spent were in FH-' '; '11 tL-; the school troph> fit. .4 ; "
the week-end with his parent! hffO -. :'1 bring f>a, L \; ; rya:t the lirst tone.
\;, .r. 6t tunt.n' .
and :Mi T. Bran' :
n Bond was a imslB!' n"j. i i r.' here C '...y- from tI),. :
'fir in West Palm Beach Tuesday. I '.,, :.a Ta}lor"l J). "

I 1; and V Ji "I'd i 1' : uu made a splendId -

Mr and MTl, T. Ahem *; eat : \\ t,*-tesda;! :'r tin offlt in f fL"t'S
i.fidaj and 11'edti'sday ia Ta. i ?It. Oh U a't... i th tai! with reu:n, ,.. leffit, tgtgyyy+ -Ny 4. Mc tF.i not -.:... -
Mrs Daisy Yoder of West Palm Wt'-t Palu Beach !J ti 4 3K etY + Vi'r( Rn, Din M"'.. ;
Beach bt spending this week here % r : : :n,on and T .
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Mr,. Frances Hardy and J.ar: scene the liar that' -
:Mr and Mr R. D. \ <*er st"nt'th. rave ref""-aM in:i. A \i!'it in !r.eraeaa :. rf tbe F rt-Tea "., .--
., weekend in West Palm Beach. ': .' St. Petersburg and Tam,'_ I C: vac bf pn'Sd' .;
Mrs Wm. Ht'niuV and 'h !dr"'u ,
( ws. > H r, or. ; : < '
1 I
Mr.. Wm :Muller was in West',i' had been tuning here tor a f, il..liillJ: l" tiut-t. w i
Palm Reach on business Tuesday' weeks; returned to their tun-, :r J '..tIsistuf; Mr T
Inverness with her : ; f:. Jorda Lad Mr- \'

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith ofHlaltah ----- 'rand tbei dateP'esented f -
visited Meads bere Tuesday -, Home Coming OnMother's :: the 'v:,' .

: 'he group ,is mil':.
Day For
t-hm nts.. e ser ed 1 :

]lr. and Mrs L. M. Lilly were Big Bear Chapel! : > meeting is the H--.!',.

business visitors ia Miami Wednesday i i ; oom

;iI .
I I The Community Church mt nID .. METHODIST < HI l.< H

Mrs. R. E. Jordan left Wednesday -' Bite Bear Beach chapelou',: >. Bedew. Mim-t<'r

>far Tamp to spead the real i Sunday night last to bold their annual "ties ). il.iuILlIMMi\ I -
tssisht the groaad meeting on Mother I _______________ PAID'D Worship, 11:ft a. a.
I 1 I
aad Mrs. W. C Nail of Day May 11, with a preaching [ have a cordial tevttataaa t*>
Cltwtotoa vtotted frtoads aoreTaesW service at noon 12 o'clock. picnic Williamson-Close cane as na ground last t each Soadav mealy m
*J eversL dearer under the popash trees at I the freeze and rains redu<' I Charch Its aata
.1 1:3# and a Gospel SOB* service at Wedding To Be An i sugar content to a & Is to create the coadltioaa
2:3ft. The Ret Alexander Linn tell!. I
Jp whereby a peraoa aide
L Jesse of Newfaae. Vt.to ..
a gnat data weak of Mr aM! will be the speaker for the soon Event In June With the ending of the i << into the presence of God tea

..... ... Mailer service tad win lead the song service I aad the etosiag of the big I and streagth. W%
A cordial invitation to extended Mr and Mrs James WUliamsoa hoase, aUnt_ was more free to worship or sat

A. E. Klreamaa of Belle Glade to all members sad frteads of of FaIr Bluff N. C., aaaoaaec the employees to the fosUsltlss I """ than we are to oat or
the church sad eommaaity to attend 147 Sugar Harvest Festival _1. Ia either case we grow ,
and
was a aaaassas visitor here ......- eagagemeat approaching marriage
4.7. this celebration Invitation will go of their daachter. Miss Dorothy 1 held tomorrow starve according to the tied
oat to former residents of the Lake- Louise Williamson. to Mr Frank Barbecues will be held at Attend worship and htat

Big b..... Balsa Dam L. WAstatl .1 port-Bear Beach area to come for Close of Moore Haven and Belle sugar house at two o'clock by you owa eiperts.cw
the occasioB row afternoon for white -
sad W L. Joaaeaa were Glade. I
and their families in the man
to Tampa Wed esd y sad Thurs The wedding will take place ia
\HMf.v CUB MUTTINfi .. for colored mill S.\U' Asserted sea ......
day TO BK 11 Fill THUIMm Jaae.at Carolina.Miss Williamson's home laN..u. I. families in the bagasse shell tattles sad toy .......

I I1In. Towasite there will be 3 to i p. m. Saturday 8 ts
Taobaa Meek ... Frederick The first regular meeting of the Miss Williamson has served aslastreetor in becue for domestic field m. See Jimmie Taans 3tais
home
economies
in
red her aiother. Mrs. Martha Coch- Woman's will t
Club in several years Yawn Apartment lts
for thesoot and other barbecues will he J
Moore Haven
gas. vl1... *-. Jaa vaa DC VeMcMr be held aett Tharsdajr afternoon at High Sthool other st the
plantations same
I terms Mr Close was
two
I the clabaoase at 3:99. raised ia this county, the soa ofMr. Tomorrow night at tea : > TO ri"T-rsfsiatoail: '
The aames of a number of new Charles Close ofLakeport. the Svgarlaad Park A... -...._ ...... la.airo at
sad Mra! T. F. SlMridaa were:I members will be presented sad it and Mrs He is graduate of white employees. their ..... office lt$.
a
ia West Fata Beach Taesday to to expected that the club win oaee dates will enjoy the aaaaal
Moore Haven High School aid served
Wig home taelr daagater Cheryl again become active for commaaitygood
ead ban to be featured
almost tear with the %.\I.-lU' Plymooth Ta-
who las .... Ill ia Good Sa...- ss n was for so many years years the coronation of the
'. forces ta the Sedan. aeeIIRt
amphibious .
tat Hospital She Is much improved la the past ana eosMtMls #
of the carnival Louise
ia health South Pacific during the late war.He .I l'r I ) ..-e aaW. Good tires 1
is now in basins with his Willard Doty UN cash See ACL.A
r\Kl) orWe TH.tM
will be the
brothers in Belle Glade It*. tI
Friends here will be pleased to I the popularity poll, tales I
I
lean that Janet Casper daughter would like to thank all the
and Ass Clark, Jobs Ketti
off Mr and Mrs Everett Casper.I frieads who were so kind as to I Store Room Next To I II T. Friorsoa. I .% }-Two-wheol trailer wfth
has ben hoaored by being named help as in lookm for oar son I aid socket hitch food ow-
Queen of the lay at enfal High I Gordon Bryant We appreciate your I Theatre RemodelledThe I It is a* common belief I $25.99. Fred Jeaklaa. XX
School In Fort Lauderdale fur the kindness much I
; very 1--- : rev is a disease confined to
fifth grade She is a gran Idauzhter: : Mr and Mrs W, L 1I I vacant store room adjacent : vance age gronps. Caacer. 120It'n' tRPIl>
of Mr and Mm J >\ Adktns Hr', ".nt and Fan ih t.) V Glades Theatre which has ever attacks children too. aaildtefu ItSlf. l4st

been in a state of disrepair for' the State Board of Health Stzlo act other haOikafs,
ne: al years. Is being completely in*: lIte more ehUdrea died to or knocked dew ta lash
J J fm!.delled by Rex Theatres new eaacer than died from ,. : aid delivered also sNmsssg,
"w n.'r!' of the property The floor, that disease which created Win. ta Ft Myers la a tow
Last Times Today I : and ceiling have been replaced aid : panic last year I interested address .S. ...-
front windows rebuilt Plate glass Del, Ft. Myers ...
i' wail 1 be installed In these windows IS YOUR BscR ..lIo-;; AP-II-fG.

/ Earl Carroll's I ; a: Mion as the ether work to fni -

OpaE ". : +" : I Ii
S The o.aer- h.l\ net ann nnced
Sketch Book I i the use to wtucb th.. room will be I

!i put but it is likely that a >tore of .. 1 :
some kind will be located there


SATURDAY ONLY J: Sugar Harvest Hello, I j


Hopalong Cassidy in I I'I ; Ended On Tuesday; : r J Neighbors!

i' Festival Tomorrow 4

Ii'oors f'oldI '; I I
: ; The -;'::.ir ba'vo- -.'a-<':. .f 1'r !'4' II I {
Welcome to I
I ; '4" nf the hill'; "- *':2'3

I ( Corporaion u;, -. Tus- the "CHy of Palms"
Ii I day when the I la.' ..'le wa : ,
SUNDAY and MONDAY This Summer :
dumped ia" Ii e h :" : .,t the sugar

house at S 15 ., T' tear was L Oa ta* i
ItiDlf" Skies i': number 4*,7"; t tl ;"<'as"a sad I GULF OF MEXICO
the total tonnage ,.f < ai:- crowd fa '
only slightly under t V total gfoanj j t. j tad tbeCALOOSAHATCHEE 1

Bing Crosby. Fred Astaire in Georgeous : daring last years record seasoa. I i 1I
The severe freeze which struck I
Color Florida early ia February did ..t
siderable damace to the case crop. Wed bit ta kvite yea all to come to oar towB I
or so it was feared at the time hat I Ii (write or ph* e) sad get a line oa .aat to do and where t .
t* g* in Lee County for a real .onat.to- oodDtM vacaUoa. -
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Y i the JPrtB4tDc.-.on was almost along i
as ta a sauna of normal temperatures -
I sad virtually all case was Lee County the varatkmland of Southwest Florida !
PillOCt'1110 i harvested from more than Mt sarroandcd by Fort Myers Beach SaaiUl Island t
>> : acres on corporation plantations Captiva Leland Useppa Island GaspanBa. Boketli. '
I and several thousand aidltMaall Fine Island Ectero. Bomta Sprints excellent bathi -

In TechnicolorTHURSDAY acres raised by independent gaew- C beaches, salt and fresh water fishing aD with
jla fw ... ,..' drive front dowatowa Fort Mvers.Ba4 t
I ?rs. There was some loam, of|
are availaMe at all hoer for B tqfl1l t and fish t
rour ('. and had the freeze sot oc-( tar trips rettar.es. apartments and hotel accomme- I
and FRIDAYCalendar :. Burred it to Ukelv that a new rer-! date ns can be had oa short notke.C f
ord of production would have beer
establishedProdactton. ...e m down the fiat chance Toe have and let as i
', MIll yoa plan tfc* mast re.tf l and ent ,aMe vacation
fie! ; '* t'i ;*asd this
,. have eTer had. Well be looking far yea and the
moraing hj H T \aba.; rfctrtsidrnt *-
lIIIMr ea ..... a ea
I t. ',r :act*oarhovr

) thai ..' 4 .
It'* days Tony Dwyer, Sec.-Mgr. ;.

COMING "MARGIE" In Color I 'Bros tOM i LEE COrNTT CHAMBER OF COMMHJCE ."'

was" .. ?baggererctat a..... "u.. ,- eau f Fort Myers. Flo.FIUD.U' .

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P/CE I. Ir the present congress vet1.. Veterans constitute 43.9 per

Man About Tou'n: erans constitute what per cent of / cent of the representatives aad
by Western Newspaper Caion. the members? 45.. per cent of the senators.
new season has Your Broadway and Mine: Msgr.
2. Who invented the friction
IMPRACTICAL TOY GREW 2. John Walter
will be the 47th an English drug'
Fulton J. Sheen discussing the finer
match?
INTO
April (barring only the Aril of VAST INDUSTRYWell gist, in 1887.
points of philosophy with Ray, the 3. What is the of aristocrat'
1918), that has found us in t.s: lookout parking lot attendant, opposite the do I remember the first opposite 3. A kikistocrat.

peering at the Roxy Mary Pickford celebrating "horseless carriage" it was my privilege 4. Does Mars have ? 4. It has 2, Demos and Photos.
a moon
eager aUuetes below her birthday anniversary in New ; to See. One, only one was exhibIted 5. Sancho Panza is of the 5. "Don Quixote."
>-- one
,"y on their way to York for the first time since she became at the World's Columbian ex- main characters in what? 6. The largest concrete water

gold, glory or the a Somebody. Peggy Ann I position in at Chicago in 1893. It stood 6. Where is the largest concrete pipe in the world was laid down

1 ... ... bushes. I Garner, the film star, gets phone a. booth in the Transportation water pipe in the world located ,I in 1936 for Los Angeles. The pipe

\ -.: '...,. 1 The flowers that calls from Lord Anthony Furness building, and aside from the fact i 7. What happens if an insect- I is over 12 feet in diameter.
\,.;,., blorrn in the spring from London. He's nearly 17. that it was not equipped with either
I plant closes 7. The leaf and
shafts eating up on a pebble opens up ejects
:1 still look wilted in or a tongue, looked much like I.
J. Walter Thompson's messenger is
tt I the by mistake? the foreign object.
comparison to those John Walton of the Social Register. fashionable horse-drawn equipages i

c who happen to folJ They are calling it Carnazi hall. of that day.

;. !?.-.J. low the old game. i Billy Kenny's Ink Spots have The infanta of Spain, representing Some Valuable Information How
on
f'> It's a long look back i a $150.000 offer for a 10 weeks' tour i the Spanish monarchy "

1.I,. to the rookie days of I i af England. Did you know the was a visitor at the uposit_. To Plan a Lovely Memorable Wedding

Grantland Rice T y Cob b. Tris [ Patrolmen's Benevolent association The morning papers announced

Sp''aker. Hal Chase i has a neat investment in the swanky ; that during the afternoon of that i ---
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Mathewson and Alexander, but as Hampshire House* So cops hear. I day the royal visitor would be i Our new booklet No. 204 will help ywu
the veterans move out, the are plan a lovely, memorable wedding. FaD.
gaps I. Vic Mature 6
I now is going to conducted on a tour of the exposition FORha details on formal. semiformal and ......
always filled. j beddie by midnight. Says rest is grounds, and that she mal types Send 15 cents coin) for *I*'w

They come and ,out on their way j i more important than women. Sillily would make the tour in the BRIDES to Plan Service.Your WeddoW 213 West to ITU Weekly St.,Newspaper New-

New stars blow in with dash and bwoy! Up-Tric is the name of ; 'b rseess carriage" m exhibit I York II, V Y. Print name address,

thrust I that amazing lip rouge stain re in the Transportation building. ONLYWedding booklet title and No 304.

Men will it than -- -- --
Tomorrow is another day mover. buy more I &
I was numbered
Where yesterday is under dash the other sex'Weather among the many <
I II thousands
I that turned out, not so

This new season, for some reason. much to see the infanta, as to see To nod year too** uppers and lowers -
la packed with high spots in the way I reports by phone that- "horseless carriage" in opera- comfortably Kent.. all dsy--arid
Expenses
of (discontinued because of the I rrtir oar, try dentist s amazing dun
public interest, high spots that I covert caved: 8TAZE. Not a 'ua "

in many cases will quiver and sag i strike) forced folks to the inconvenience tion.At the entrance to the Transportation \WHO pays for what? This is the powder put. Out 8TA2X JSc tub U at pleu druggist Bt-to-UM

before spring has moved into sum- i of looking out the win- building was stationed a man first question to clear up be- today Accept na eabstuuui

mer. 'g dow to see whether or not it I wearing a red coat and hat and t fore going ahead with your wed- 5TAZB *VMNMQlackl' sr < '

The first high spot brings up the would rain. blue trousers. In each hand he car- ding plans.

pursuit of the Cardinals and Red ried red C e e
a
flag. His job was to As ,
beets
your parents assume most of'
Sox. Will they be able to survive the The Late Watch; Britain Is waiting I clear the way for the new marvelof I the expenses. The groom Just pays for GIRLS! WOMEN !
154-game chase and meet in I pride's bouquet corsages fur both moth.
again for the announcement of Princess transportation. At a signal from
... boutMmeres for men la wedding '
the next world series? This is the Elizabeth's betrothal to Prince within the building he started down clergyman's fee weeMtoc ring party li try this If you're

way it looks today.: They were the Phil of Greece. The inside on how I the avenue. waving the nags he car I cense. I

two best teams in baseball last sea- that romance "broke": When I ried, and the "carriage." with its I NIRVOUSOfCaUM

son and they look to be the two best Mountbatten (not thinking) mentioned i one cylinder chugged out of the I

in baseball this season. Both lookto it at a koktail potty of Fleet i building behind him. I Mystery of CloudsA I DAYS Of Mottk-

have the better ball players and street bigheads. British scientists IT RAN TWO BLOCKSAt Do female functional monthly dlsturtoaneea -
this is a big part of the answer. Any are doing their darndest to keep I make pott feel nervous frrttabls.so .
the end of less than two blocks weak and tired out-at such times
rival team that beats either out will close tab on a Russky scientist the "carriage" scientific mystery which is yet Then do try Lydia K. Flntham'a Vacs-

have to show about 40 per cent more named Peter Kapitza. Said to be had stopped. Something to be solved is the reason why wa- table Compound to relief such symp
than gone wrong with its mechanism.The toms.It's lemon for thlsl Taken regularly -
said
team has shown far. I
so working on atom energy (via cosmicray infanta was transferred to a ter droplets in certain clouds do PlnkhanVs Compound help

action) since 1935. Peter has horse-drawn not freeze when having a temperature build up resistance agalast such distress -
carriage to completethe
The Pennant Race Also a great stomacnto tonlel
"Our Brains Dept. plenty worried. tour, and the "horseless several degrees below the
Big jewel job in Palm Beach f carriage" j t imui.fiimify.isssaSmoking :
freezing point
Another high spot is fan interest was towed back to its booth.
will make messy headlines from the :
What about the Brooklyn Dodgers? -- --- - ---
swanky East Side. Two more "Entirely impractical." "Onlyan
Where will finish? How
they
many liberal commentators are slated foi expensive toy." "It can never -
games will Pete Reiser play? the Shirer treatment before May 30. supplant Old Dobbin." Such

Will the Yankees or the Tigers finish Peter Rotonda (Stork Toscaainl were among the comments Enjoyment-.

closer to the Red Sox? The ) has composed an ear-careSser heard from the crowd. No one

Tigers have the better pitching I considered it serious
publishers should grab. "Stork Clut a menaceto

possibly the best in baseball. The Blues," a pip.Women's the horse-drawn equipages

Yankees have good pitching. Both owned by a small percentage Pleasing ContentmentPrince

infields are uncertain. So are both of the people.
outfields. They should 2-3 with Wear reports depart-
run ,
That was little more than half
little to choose. i ment store sales ('46) were nine- i a century ago. Today practically Albert's mild, rich-tasting tobacco U
billion nine hundred million.
What about Bob Feller? Feller j 'Magine- what- they'd be- if all America Is riding in automobiles specially treated to insure against tongue
you
put in Jl months of pitching through There is, on an average -
tobacco
could buy what you want? bite. Ifs the world's largest-selling
1946. The Cleveland star, one of the I a car for each family in
I Signs of What Times? They C
game's greatest, has given his right I say I the United States, where not one
sold
Saks a dozen $500 men'sovercoats :
arm a rougher beating than any :' in in 10 families owned a horse and
one day.
right or left arm ever took beforein carriage in 1893. The manufacture PRINCE ALBERT :

one year. Feller will be a marvelif and servicing of that "im- .

this strain doesn't affect his work Sallies In Oar Alley: Pixad, this practical toy" today provides i STANDS FOR REAL

I new gimmick in technicolor (atop I I Jobs for seven million of Amer- I
Who win be the most Improved
roof in Times Square), is stopping I ica's people. PIPE COMFORT TO MEN
bill player of the ? My i ,
year guess I ..
traffic a la a New Year's Eve crush I
Is Joe Gordon who fell In I Such as the automobile 1
away -it's that clever. There's na progress PA. IS A GRAND-
gelding and dropped to .210 in 1916. typifies has never been known in
biz like show biz item: The circus ,
Working with Lou Boudreau, the ; any nation other than the United TASTING SMOKE AND .J
advertises "tickets to
admitting everything j
Oregon acrobat is due for States. The thing that provided en-
a big re : |
(including seats) Seen SO EASY ON MY
and made such
bound. Boudrean and Gordon at couragement prog-
lunching at Lindy's-Bob Sylvester, i
short and second should match Marion ress possible was the American profit TONGUE '
I the drama editor, just after finishing
;
and Schoendienst of the Cardinals system. In the case'of the automobile
I a radio called: "Luncheon
program ]
plus Pesky and Doerr of the : it has not been only a few
at Sardi's. The G-Men now
Red Sox. Or Reese and Stanky of I manufacturers who have profited,
have which tune
a gadget they can
the Dodgers. but that benefit has extended to all
In on your boudoir secrets and hear I ""Print Albert has bo 4
the people-those for whom it sup-
What will Ted Williams hit? In
from "
whisper parked can for ,
every : my farorits years
and those for whom it
jobs
the course of his big league career, plies ,
half a mile from the scene. Unless : tajrt Harper dark."Itsmokas
Williams' batting average is around you know how to "jam" it and cause i supplies pleasure and convenience.Each : mild and mellow

.352. He is one of the game's great- static. Swing street (52nd) isn't i I and every one of us has derived right dowa to th.

est natural hitters. He is packed so swingy any more. Since the Onyx !! a profit in some form. last pub P.A. U real "
.
"
with ambition. My for the smoking enjoyment. ;
guess became Ruby's (a restaurant without .
tall swinger is in the close vicinity of '
horns) that street now has 11 PRESERVING OUR LIBERTIESJust -
.360, with an output of some 40 home eateries and 9 night clubs. ..cP"PRINCE
how much effort we Americans -
'
The nix'd Comma
war department
runs.Who would make to preserve our
will be the season's leading nist leader William Z. Foster's application .
liberties, our way of life, was dem-
'pitcher in games won? You don't for a jaunt through Ger onstrated following a statement of
have to crawl too far out on a waverIng many-for the Daily Communist.
the secretary of labor to a senate
limb to name Hal Newhouser.With .
committee. In that statement the ALBERT
the Red Sox or Cardinals, this
Ironical Item: While the can- j secretary advocated barring Communists

left-hander winners. would be up above, 30 t err society was meeting in the i, from all official places in CRIMP CUT is you ;, ., ,

Astor (with atom scientists) to I II organized labor, and from employ- A
ASSURANCE OF FAST; R
Who Will Be Last? I discuss cancelling cancer, an- j ment in any capacity by the gov- t. 4
other meeting upstairs was held ernment. Because of that statementthe EASY ROLLING. ?

What two teams will finish last? by casket manufacturers. I secretary received a few more

The Athletics seem to have the A. L. I ____ I than 2.000 letters. Of those 2,000 let- I FIND/ SMOKES

cellar leased for another season, Congress is doing its usual sloW ters, 100 came from Americans ap- .

with the rent paid in advance. The thinking on outlawing the Commu- I proving his statement, and 1,900 MILDANDTASTY"I

race in the National league for the nist party. No legislation can I came from Communist opponents of

bottom of the snake pit should be stop a political belief: but the such a course. We Americans take i

much more spectacular. Those munist agents (outside of Com-I our liberties for granted. We make

mentioned for this unhallowed spot far than I little or no effort to preserve them. like to relax with :
I are doing more acting as "
Include the Reds. Pirates, Phillies political sympathizers. They are Those who would deprive us of the a Prince Albert 'makinV ,, m,
and Giants. The Giants are the de- liberties we enjoy are always work- smoke" says W.
acting as spies and agents, and their G-AttewelL"P.Arollup "
fending sub-champions. With Mize ing at their job. Do we really de-
objective MI not conversion, but sabotage fast and shape up H=.
and Cooper back they are sure to I and destruction. The Bill serve the blessings we have? easily into firm, full- e
be But their pitching is "
stronger. of Rights was not designed as protection I flavored cigarettes.
little better. The Pirates, with for any foreign military : INERTIA and frivolity, inter-

Greenberg will be improved. So i, spies. Let's wake up. For. est only in the pleasures afforded .ul44ut
will the Phillies. The Reds are nothing eign agents are not a political ques- : by the Roman circus, were

to rave about At the moment ; lion They are a military problem. ; the maladies from which the

the Reds seem to have the calL They are not engaged in plant mighty Roman empire died. Are FOR. PIPES OR. PAPERS ..' i a ;

What team has the strongest Infield ing the seeds of Communism ic : we destined to repeat that phaseof -0.

? We'll vote for the Cardinals, : American mmds.: They are i Roman history? Is our interest al.a ,

with Mnsial, Schoendienst, Marion much more interested in where to 1 only that of "having fun" PRINCE

1 and Knrowskl, backed up by Creear plant atom bombs in American i i i e .

and Glaviano. Next beit-the Red cities. FORMER President Hoover says

i I i I Germany has two ways of existence

Sox.Who will lead both leagues In hitting I II Broadway Ballad for Don Wahn: One is being allowed to produce:

? Stan Mnsial Is as good a (By Don Tooting): For years and I the other is living on American-paid I ALBERT \

guess as you can make BOW, with fears I've read your poignant verse. charity. .
Ted WUUams close. Williams will You sure have had a most distressful .

have the caD In.the matter of extra time. And Kid. when I LIFE is like a horse race; many The National Joy SmokeBASEBALL'S

bases. matters go from bad to worse-you starters, but few winners.

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? .daaithz WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS! AIR DEFENSE: !r


One dr:> : rehearsal Playwright Plane/ Circles Earth in 79 Hours Almost Von-Existent NEWS+ ;
Sir James M. Barrie washa.r.g ; : The United States is wide" open U

difficulty with air attack, army air corps officers
a young as- :
sjMant, fresh out of college. G.M. Wage Agreement Signed; I warn. During the war a tie-in net- BEHIN
"I don't think the scene should work of radar stations formed an It

be played that way," insisted the I invisible "fence"arouDd the country
young man at one point. "Now Wallace Criticizes U. S. Policy able to detect the approach of TtIErN

when I was at school we did this." any aIrcraft. Now there are big'holes" !
Barrie listened ::e.d rse tit in the network because I
patiently. thenquietly .E:'1I1lS'1 !Ioorl' e. ...I. e.. are ewlt.pc 'd fa t0..e c'.... t,. art tote .. detection stations have beenr
repeated his original .. ..... many: PAUL 1ALLON
instructions "e..era "e..u Ls s sews .a.!. aad ail St eua.u tl tats .e. By
to the cast. t red down. As one officer sum- 1
Throughout the rehearsal t..e r _r *"* the situation "It would be t.
young know-it-all again and ago.a r -' ->: for a foreign aircraft to 3yc ReleaM4 by Wcctcra Nempapcr Casa:

interrupted to offer suggest.or: .r ross the United States with- COST OF LIVING REALLY

Finally Barrie placed a patent u1 f r being reported"t BECOMING OPPRESSIVE

arm around his shoulder. .-.;: ':s agree that until the ad- WASHINGTON. Some of the

"My boy" he said "I app;,( vc i" f guided missiles, the defense papers here say Mr. Truman is

ate your comments, but you r t ag--'t air attack must be through really deeply disturbed about prices

not be too harsh with me. AFan -..r TYLsF fiji tcr: planes: and anti aircraft now-not merely from the personal

I am not young enough to k:. .7 I art -. Both these weapons are standpoint of proving be was right
L "croved. Velocity and aet a-
'g
everything. about OPA when congress ever-
r : the 90 and 120 millimeterA. !i ruled him. and not from the political ,
..1 _r.s is being increased. Jet- of Republtoans.
standpoint chiding -
CLASSIFIED I : : ..-.en is being applied to : Someone around him saM
r tp'mes/ to increase speed. something about actually doing
I e ts being sacrificed tempora-
something, say. perhaps putting aa
DEPARTMENTBUSINESS .: new models.
excess profits tax on profits again
Or.e aj- specialist stated that a That would not do much good. Maybe

& LWEST.:...OPPOR. 1YiWVSir Wi r. ":dar: Stem. should extend its detbausaDd ; it would help a little, but it dues
E.raeaa O,,*rt..lty. M..kt. Mil f. -> :.: miles into them I not even reach toward basoc understanding -
cOS Formula ienc.. complete medicines l instrue other. products', 2. ti, cope with modern nigh i of our local proW-r.5',
Eat Mttrfkattec C*.. B.z Itl. talc: 8 C :i:! b< mbers. Present equipment 3s the people are telling; howy

= :ny! a fraction of this detection face it in our clubs and social c_:1-

HELP WANTED-WOMEN :e ?rings and such.A .

.i t : -t and pessimistic
Lady startling
WANTED: as < maBqCJr.C'
hvshaa sad wife here, for
; good salary, alee
air defense
the
matter of
rb -r.
ie about .
younetf to Eatetr r+ !
iastasce hate keea
lee C... 10 Carter Stti._ .......ta. G;.), I, expressed by Lt Gen. Ira C. eeampeHed
to Brave to a cheaper apartment
.. commander of
r. deputy army
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became she simply twig r.. t
MISCELLANEOUSSOAP .- of
forces. Speaking at a meeting
.eet her taritcosts
test KOTaElt8! You ran make 5. r. : >. Air Reserve association in Dal- I increasing
far SOc. No ire or craaw neededForrcuta y4 I aMhMgh both had -<"-
a .: l he said "The countries of the
Sl.W. (Bct adaek). COW 5.
as.Came AT*.. ... Fa.. .. Mt..._ 'A ,:.d are lining up against each : ceive4 xvad raises. N* ere .s
-WIN-tSS-_--WRITE- SOWC SCQLBUSI Once aair tit r. :1-? \.it. Rcci.ru cro d, ther. I cannot see how the United !! charging aayMe with goer-'';
for details andsaag copy. jammed the t'1:1': It ',i.t. : i -.-. fji. got the ...anethrill. and States can come out on the winning armed here-at least not p..b
Water not, Bu IMI. Ha8rwM CalL Shown were .. "v (>."e b :... ..1_ r ci tie Senators, oiml side. Our only hope is to maintain I| Bely-tat the mwtey just seer-<
Becky Harris, m.w put ot the V:_ .t <"-. peace." to tow hi larger and larger
fjMBtHirt every mae yen tan
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Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! MEXICO: aroBBd. The pnsnKC that evefjftlag -
SLOBAL: FLIGHT : GLER1LIOTORS: : wield west vat who peaJBctioa -
hoof and Mouth DiseaseTank
was aejBire dry
Rounds World in 79 Hours : Partial Victory
i trucks livestock carriers I has ml peeved tre. For MM
The "Bombshell" landed in A wage agreement between Gen- cargo tracks work clothes hand thing, we dem't have predactiCB

York City at 12:06 a. m., April 16.// eral Motors corporation and 30,000 tools, water storage and purification I y tOne.

lfda saving flown a circular course about employees in the accessory divisions equipment are being rushed to Mexico of our largest retaiks*

:he top of 'the world in 78 hours and may set a pattern for settlement of by War Assets administration to I thought be found a flaw in the pi* '

SS minutes flying time. Milton Reynolds the wage dispute involving 500.000 combat hoof and mouth disease. :iuctkm price theory when he .

Chicago pen manufacturer automotive workers. The settlement Vigorous efforts are being made to !i started to build an annex for postwar -
sponsor of the flight and navigator of provides for a 15 cents per prevent the dread cattle malady i rrpanrion. He had to take a'

the converted A-26 Douglas bomber hour blanket increase for membersof from entering the United States. i cost plus contract in order to get the_
sought to break the record established the United Electrical, Radio and materialis I .
AD available surplus war j work done fast r
by Howard Hughes in 1938. Machine Workers of America a CIO
of Mex- !
being sent to the interior FOUR TIMES HIGHER .
flew the circuit in 91 hours affiliate.
Hughes
the bor-
ico and to 50) camps along
Send 14 minutes although his route was I It is thought that this new scale der. Hundreds of trained men will No one would guarantee anything .
for your 5,000 miles shorter than Reynolds' i may form the basis for a satisfac- ; the long lCI.I'daryOt"erComes an material prices and labor. The.
patrol
18,500 mile globe-girdling flight. tory solution to the new demands of work has dragged on twice the

Delays resulting from a leaking United Auto Workers (CIO. The Handicap allotted time and the cost has been
FREE COPYof ail line and heavy headwinds slowedthe UAW has been asking for a 231:2 run up from two to four time the

return trip at Adak, Alaska. cents per hour boost. The companyhas ....- .......... original estimate (he confesses the "
The only other difficulty reportedwas offered a 10 cent increase which bite increased within those estimates -
this valuable a shortage of oxygen when Walter Reuther. president of UAW. but win not say how much). 1

booklet! crossing the "tramp" in India at terms inadequate. About 265.000 The reason for this price increase
high altitude. Much of the time I hourly-rated workers are concerned. may be found in another speck

It may save you lots of money! the swift plane traveled 330 miles Automotive employees of other instance our people are talking

It tells why farm tractors,trucks per hour. companies usually follow the General about, and this incident expiates;
I
why an excess profits tax or even
Motors lead in and hour
and cars "burn oil" and lose HENRY WALLACE: wage .
agreements. The UAW has asked r;. the shortage of materials have nothing j
power. It tells 7 ways to restore Storm Center Again the 23% cent raise for all produc- ,MTV to do with the trouble. The steelworkers t

original power, lengthen engine tion workers at General Motors agreed to work Saturdayin
Artid: corgressional demands that order to push a Job through and
life, save oil, save Its yours Chrysler and Ford. Currently Gen-
gas. Ke be prosecuted as "a citizen having -
with their time and a half or douWe-
eral Motors workers receive an average -
FREE if will mailapostalcardtodayto
you intercourse with hourly rate of $1.31; Chrysler.S1.3J Lk L- time that day they got S3X. Ton
a foreign government ; and Ford $1.39. might think this would be enough to
DepeR'42Sealed to defeat an pay rather high prices. But on Monday -

Power Corp.Muskegon American" meas- PLAY BALL: they an failed to show up. In
ure. Henry Wal- short they earned dquble time
'ace declared his intention See SeasonThe
/ Biggest working a holiday and then tack d'the
Michigan. to go righton I 1947 baseball season cper.ed k day of normal pay. The brick-

.l talking. The for- 1 with the second largest crowd, of fans layers on the same job disappearedone
INOMDUAU' mer vice presidentand on record. The 245,000 who jammed day. No one seemed to know far
ENGINEERED T cabinet member their way into the eight big league sure where they bad gone but it

4. ,-'who'-- has. beenspeanng I parks failed by a few hundred to .p was reported they ran off for a dayto
IB Eng- equal the record, set in 1931. Cleve- get a premium wage of $%: on a
1 1 II. Wallace land, has been bluntin i| tend, where 09,000 packed in to see special job.
his criticism of 1 i Bobby Feller lose to the ChicagoI
President Truman's new policy of Now an excess profits tax
PISTON RINGS I White Sox led the attendance derby.
4 bolstering Greece and Turkey Rain forced postponement of the 1 might be Justifiable, ear people
alJT 1M NEW f NGltiES against communism by large loans. Washington Senators' game in the say on some of those big concerns -
It looked like a life of helplessness
aft? IN QID fNOINES He made it plain that he had in- capital on the day before the other -if they have any eneSs'ID
tended to go to Europe before the ball clubs opened. Consequently the for 5-jear-old OurleneFlsk general-bit yom cannot talk

question of the loans arose. "I at- season got off to a start without the of Sparta Mien. She lost her along that line to the restaurant

tacked these loans while at home traditional first ball tossed by the arms when a frightened horse man who got one third less

because I believe it points to war.I President, since the Senators were threw her beneath a mewing ma- trade this fur on Easter Sunday -

StJosephln am attacking them over here, and: in Boston the following day. chine. Thanks to her courage and thin list, and says be
will have a lot more to say when I The American league also beganits the excellence of modern artificial served 204 less dinners over the

return home." season, with four games, two of limbs, she Is able to io almost Easter period. Nor can you talk

-- Representative Thomas, chairmanof i them at night About 50,000 fans anything that a normal child can. that way to the Main street

the house committee on un-Amer j saw the triple A openers. Most of Here she demonstrates threading merchant who is not getting his

ZoAys' ican activities which wants to prose. i the other minor circuits: started stocks moved because peopleare
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needle.
cute Wallace under the old Logan | play a few days earner a not bnyiag as they formerlydid.
i'V tit BIIII Hill inHW5S N .
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"It Henry
commented covers
RHEUMATISMNURITlSoLuuaAcao! act EISLER INDICTED: TOWNS MATTER MOST
Blossom
Wallace just as you would cover a i Cherry Time I
person with a cloak. The Logan t 'Fraudulent Statements' This is a nation of small towns fer

act 148 years old, provides maxs- j I The reputed "brains": cf Amerl- | :he most part and the true cer.dt-
mum penalties of three years in ja:; can communism. Gerhart Eisler. 1 lions of small towns are the ones
and a fine of $5.000 for an one convicted has been indicted by a federal Mr. Truman and his economists wil',
of intercourse wth a f T. "fraudulentand have to face, not statistics. Na one
grand jury for making
rIp government that is rar-' :..i to ere believes you can cure prices
fictitious" statements in a pass-
.F the interests of the Unued States. port application. The Jury charged by pressing a button but we eer-

L.rg.Bcnxi_M-ISUITML -*- l ors ode Eisler with concealing facts and tainly might have production a
ANTARCTIC '
a in rut u iwmiI : giving misinformation about him- market saturating production this
It ail w wf*,"r* Car after the That is what
W I Mil Nil than P Natural Icebox self when he sought an "alien departure war. oar
4 grits
a.r1a tin M,u. miturmti people say. .
permit" in September 1943.
Rich mineral resources cf ''ie Antarctic Now I do not wish to report from '
refused.
will be Trained: within The. permit was
.41 continent : these hustings that we hear nothing
t; r:4 25 years predicts Rear Adm. Richard Eisler, a German alien 50 years of excess profits. One fellow bought'a '

Byrd, commandant of the recent old. has teen described as top man piece of real estate for $2,500, for:
naval expedition to the scuth polar rr in the communist movement in the which our best Judge of real estate'

?BJust region. Coal is abundant, the admiral United States, by witnesses before had offered $500. Others have paid

said. the house committee on tm-Amen- $17,500 for small houses with bed-

a vropor He also suggested that: the dry can activities. rooms so tiny there was just room

Two in feorbenouA qf Q :old air of the Antarctic wc-ld. serveto Ore question ca the application enough for a bed and for you to get
preserve food for long periods.; for the permit required EWer to into It.
Surplus farm output could be storedat list all the organizations of whichhe
.. little cost to await demand. was a member. He wrote In fact, there was sae. parUco-
wPPUiATO
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.cap-0RUSI' 4.1 toI .vw
roam wMAKU .e hoe r'Ar ter "We brought back with us sc"ieDf Famed cherry blossoms ell Cap4- '"none" although he was a leaderin lar excess profit case which
SLACK ..... N.......1Iw....Ie. kt. the food left in the 1933-35 I-tile itol plaza la Washington D. c.. the Communist party. He also Closed police to search for the
UAf 4* GO t:>d. rill dverirr a .yMucs tobay
'UTHP .adM \heir America camp to see whether it I have been in bloom fer a week. was required to give his aliases if profiteer. A covple wanting
air cow a 1M"W of its value calor-.es. black. It a bu saw aa ad in the
__ ,'Q"t had lost any in : Miss Mary Bildridje secretary to any. Eisler left this it
_ .d... -a ,. oo t M.u t I'm,fairly.certain that the 17 or 14years' Congressman Hiekealooper, is ad- known that he used the name "Gerhart" -I paper. They actaa.Dy" ,.me t.tb, .
I exposure hasn't done it any f miring the delicate fragrant Sew1M In various spellings and several I "O'II'1itreat Cat gh the
': harm." Admiral Byrd concluded ether names. t house then net him aa a street
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Spec Brown and Boys LEGAL NOTICES ',l-a. +.rd I tt' of ti.dr, i'uunt. Flur- i i.J ''I m which this order shall Subdivision in Section Twelve (12).
th .;
; t... lb-in. .t. 31 C, ,. +nntp ed once a week for four consecutive Township Forty-two (42) South Range
.hl" or .Had. t'.unty and the the'oouurthoise week Herein fail not Thirty-two 2) East
r penalty ( ,
At
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f LaMooreton Club jr I I office m the Count 1Glade of default
< in Tract Twenty-eignt (M) and the
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I :\oTlt.t TO .'PPI.1' toil I.-FTIR" I within eight Count FlorIda DONE AND ORDERED at Moore North half (N,,) of Tract ftI't7"lxIS
calendar month Haven Glade
I'tTE\T Count. Florid. this17th
). Section Thirteen II Township
( )
from the date of the
L. P. Long of the LaMooreton first publication day of ApriL 1M7
.. r. >.r. Said claim or demands, to rort.two (42) South! Range Thirtytwo -
'Club announced plans this week to ,ontttjn the legal a44resc the SEAL) n. 8. WEEKS (U) East:
NuJi e is h. r by \ n tint th> of claimant i Clerk
of Circuit Court,
present an orchestra ?;: per Brown : ttigntd mill appl to one of IIn'l 'and to be sworn to and presented I Glades County. Florida. Tract Twenty-five (25). Section
. Circuit Judge in and fir -; a* aforesaid, or same will be! F. Eighteen (It). Township Forty-two
.and his Boys with vocals by Spec.I County Florida on the 14th day of barred. See Section 128 ..f the 1913rvDue I Coue By A Johnson a SCOTT Deputy Clerk. (4?) South. Range Thirty-three (JJ)
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,at the clnb every Wednesday and : May, 1947, at his chambers in Moot tinted "ct. I Moore Ray... Florida East,
: Haven Florida for letter patent in i April 11, A. D 1M7 1 I Counsel for Plaintiff All that part of Section Thirty-
Saturday night. corporatfns the Church of Christ or, BRUCE L. RARFIELD 'April 11. K. May 2. 2.4)TI'll three (M) north of the Sine Mile Ca-
There will be no cover charge and I I l..ak'port. Florida a Corporation not As Administrator of the naJ in Township Forty-two (42)
for profit. The saM chnreh shallbe Estate of Milton Goldstein South Range Thirty-three (M) East;
-Mr. Long is cordially inviting btaj Iccated in Lakeport community. (Gordy). Deceased \ East half (B*) of the Northeast
,tnIIc:: to cane oat and daaee to. Glade County. Florida, and shall be Mitchell n. Price Zartng Florence OF TBtTIOTO' : quarter (NEfc) and that part of
l K.I
.*. .. A R rfi.4d. "TtH Fl( TITI01 :\.t.'II-: the
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blsland. for the purpOH of mi 't n'n"crganisation n southeast quarter (*S%) of
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the rnaek of Spec Brown aad for the practice and enjo Attorney for Administrator.. Nine Mile Canal, and ::rb": of
i >ment of religious services and First publication on April 25. 1! 47 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN the southwest quarter (8W U of Section
I dutie The qualification for membership April 21. May 2. f, uOK Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Thirty-four (M) North of the
hotel' shan be an acceptance or r undet the provision. of Nine Mile Canal in Township Forty-
He proponed that the resort lief in the principles ef aid church Chapter SMSS. Law of Florida, Acts two (42) South. Range Thirty-three
aDd scenic south of Tattahassec which qualifications are fully set 'oTIC': I\TK>TIO\ TORELhTIR of 141. will register with the Clerk (It) Fast;
spot forth In said charter The terra for MCTITIOt a S.1MI: of the Circuit Court, in and for West half CW ) of the Northeast
,
be "placed under the prop which the Corporation shall exist i* Glades County Florida upon receiptof quarter (NEW) and the Northwest
with perpetual and the affairs of theCorporation TO WHOM IT proof of publication of this notice, Thirty-
er state institutions the authority MAT CONCERN quarter (NWt ) of Section
hall be managed by officers Notice to hereby the fictitious name, to-wit: four. (42) South,
Township Forty-two
to handle such operation. who shall b. elected annually under the given provisions that the undersigned of- OASIS I Range Thirty-three OS East

Fees charred for boat trips over the Said officers shall be known a* Chapter II.II, Law of Florida. Acts under which I am engaged In businessat All of Section Thln -flft (35)Township .
elder. deacons, and trustee: thepowers ..e 1241 will Palmdal That the party Interested Forty-two (42) South Rang
register with
the Clerk
springs and along the river shall go and d'iti< tf which lire fully 'f the CiMuit Court hi and for Glades In said businoss i* as follows: I Thirty-three (a) East.
toward the maintenance of the project set foith in the Charter The hieheiitamount t'uunt>. Florida, upon receipt of proof BEATRICE FLEMING And such part or parts of the above
of indebtedness to which the City of Moore Haven. of
of publication of dais notice the fictitious County described lands as may not he ccdeemed -
corporation may at any time subject name, to-wit: tlades. Florida, April M 147 on the ISth day of day
i itself hall be 33Utp M khn1t theamount GULF SERVICE STATION April 2*. May 2. 2.J 1M7
w
Juniors and Seniors- in real estate may under which I am encaged in taslnesst The redemption of any of the above
hold subject to the approval of th PalntdaJe. Fla. That the party interested described land may be made in the
circuit judge i. 4SeNi1.N. Said Cor- In saM bustnrs office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
is as follo..s -
O T 1 ('s:
poration shall be purely and solellfor
: Glades County, Florida,-a prior
(Cootiaved from Page One) religious purposes. AS set forth IP BEATRICE FLEMING If o'clock A M, onthe .n.. day
Mrs Lillian detail in the proposed! charter. and City of Moore Haven. County of Notice is hereby given that under of May 1M7. by payment of the
Tout To Seniors, by office of
file In the
which I. now on ( and interest and
Rla.Florida. April ZZ, 1247. pursuant to the provisions of amount due for taxes
toyttte, Junior Sponsor. the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and April 24 May J. ,. Chapter 13.42, Laws of Florida. Acts penalties and costs In the manner
for Glades County Florida. specific' of 1M*. the Board A' Supervisor. ..., sided law ._ the Clerk aI the
reasons ties DorothyrtIIlasr- reference to which is hereby made -; Dwton Island Drainage-i);trit- will, Circuit Court of'ai ..Coanty Florida -
boa Senior Sponsor Wltnesn our hands and seals Tallshssmt beginning at IS clock A. X.. on the .
TOM to Principal Doris Griffith Mr SIGNED*. Fred Hammond IN THE PRESENCE! OF April loth., Florida 1...1OTU' I ISth day of May. U47. in the CourtRoom The purchase will ba fur an
in the Court House tn the Cityof
j v CLICK SEAL) :\ .: amount to be determined by the
,
Moore Haven. Florida, offer for
Board of Saperrtaosn of said District
)
Fred Hammond SEAL
sale, subject to redemption prior to
)I. E. Morrison navM n. nick SEAL) but in no case toss than the ajnountrequired
Response. NOTICE is
hereby given that the the date of ale. the following described law. The right to re-
Toast. To County Board. EWe H. Click SEAL) Trustees of the Internal Improvement lands the title to which i* ject any by and all bids is raavrvcd by
D. S. Click (SEAL) Fund of the State of Florida. Pursuant vested in the Board of Supervisors ofDiaton
the Board of Supervisors.
Me StoryRwtfttMe. Harvey O Pridgen (SEAL)
to Law will offer for sale. for Island Drainage District by By order of the Board of Supervisors -
Mrs. Lave ia Gorasaa. Wendell Click (SEAL objections only In Tallahassee. Florida virtue of the said land having heretofore of DUton Island Drainage
James S. Click (SEAL) at 11:S* o'clock. May ttth. 1947. been sold for taxes and having
District.
Chairmen of Board May X, 9. 1C. S3 the following describe land in outstanding tax mile certificates
T-.*t To Trmstees, MiUre4 Ra- GLADES COUNTY against the same that have been outstanding J E. FRIEWMK.President of the.Board of

lersomResponse.. Beginning at a point on the for more than two years of
all of said land and In Supervisors Pjntlnjn
meander being lying
line around Lake Okee-
\OTIfiTt) ( IUUITCtR"IIN DlotlfcU.
Island Drainage
H. I. RobtasoB, Chairman chobee. as shown b> the T. E. Glades County. Florida and more particularly OFFICIAL SEAL OfU1STON
Frederick Survey and 999 described as follows, towlt.West .I (
of Board of Trmstees map
I I THE COtVTJITJGES COURT feet west of the east boundary of half (fWH of Lot Thirty (3.). ISLAND pBADlM8
Toast To Superintendent Betty IN .lEA.FO GLADES fXXJNTT, Section 1J. Township 42 South Lot Twenty-two (22). Lot Twenty DISTRICT)
RoIduoa. IK PROBATE. NO M2 Range 12 East running thence three I3). Lot T..nty.four I In Re: ESTATE OF S9I feet north to the Federal R/\V Twenty-five (Jo). lest T PATTERSON.
Response Mrs. Margaret K. Far- Milton Goldstein (Cord>'). around Lake Olr eebobee. thencein (!C). Lot Tw<.ntev..n T..ntY-III"\: \ Si-cretery of Diston Island
Deceased i Twenty-eight ( 8) and I. I'riinHKe District
nam a southeasterly direction with i
T. All \t'r..dlt..r and.\11 I','r-on"Ha the southerly line of said R/W nine. (2$) In th <;or". April 11. 18. 25. May X ,.

Following the banquet the group I : \'inlr Claims) or remind" Asr JSJ87 feet, thence south lK 0." : _____ _______ __ __ __I_n __
will return here for the Junior-Sen- Sand Estate'r... ) feet to the m.erlnf', thence
1 .." hi in
a northwesterly direction with
ior Prom at the Woman's Club ...tf..d: i and nqtnr, .'rt to present :inI the meander line to the Point of IJaiawepae
clubhouse with musk by Spe I! ::I. In' T, 1.:1: mah.1'b' l I \: ii or 1 H< tinning. containing ,C4 acres.
; ith.-i.-f t m i\ h ,\ iv ."i t the The Purchaser I
is the
Brown and DK n. ,'b.1 tia. .i ,t, \1 ,".n" ."..t-trn' H;""H). THE cost TRUSTEES to OF pay I advertising ', From where I sitbY Joe Marsh,


IMPROVEMENT FUND ...-."TERSAI'I

.. .. -- tight to reject the sale
IY ORDER of the Trustees of the'
-- !III t. rnal Improvement Fund of the I
Sttto of Florida. We Got to the Fish FryI

MILUARD F CALDWELL

HOMOGENIZED \TTE8Tt : GoTenssr. After All
Klliot: Secretary r
Trustees I. I. Fvnd
April Ig 25. May 1, >. 1C 1947
VITAMIN MILK

I That community fish I".u Inc covered plats of fish and a

1% Till CIKCtlT ('fit nT OF T1IFTHKTH sore a great success. There were pitcher of cool sparkling beer.And
Jll>ll\|, (''IRf' IT OF'
Kl.OKIIM. |\ AM: FORLulls plenty of appetizing1 extras, and ws finished them off la front of
; And Other Alfai Products {'4)(:\T1'. IN: ('Ht.t.tRl0.: : Will Dudley did a right wODelrOtIr..OWB fire.

AVAILABLE AT YOUR t\\1...,U'T OF MtltRltr.KMRGIMA fil Job of frying the nth- oft From when I sit, that's one of
N. WRIGHT KUNKKL
and inside
flaky -brown and crisp
Plaintiff the things that makes our town

GROCERY AND vasEDWARD II KUNKEL.Defendant. around the edges. so nice a place to tin in: a spirit ;

Bat we didnt get to go. The of share and share alike. That

DRUG STORE TO: Edward:OTHK H. Kunkel.TO API'KtR whose missus was tired after working plate of fish and gins of beer

residence unknown. and address are each in the yard, and we just didn't weren't just great filing, they

You are hereby required to file an want to leave her. were symbols of the thoughtfulness .

appearance in the Court above described how did we know the fish ness that makes for better hvngl
LFACREAMERS on the UIh day of May. H47
4 at the County Court House in MooreHaven. was so good? Because the folksdidn't
I Iid-a County. Florid.. and
thereat to M. such defend a.- forget us. They sent Skippy 80e tta.- A/J
you m"\ dt-Ir.' or b" ;idvii,'d in r". Henderson over with two steam
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