Glades County Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00169

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tti'(1LlFSi( 'Wt-lt :--- MOOKE H.tl L\ tti'LDk FRifi1Y. M\\ A. 194 -- -- *>rB.CKirTIOi5o: PER Till

PEEPLES WOULDABOUSH ;;MISSISSIPPI FIRM l Selective Office Closed Service And School Board Considers I

'GLADESDRAINAGE LOW BIDDER ON Board Discharged :' Out-of-Town Location


BOARD REA SEC. t LINESI : The Selective Service office I i -

: which has occupied the county com-| Local Telephone I Has Hired Several New
misskmers room at the covrthoose

The drainage i.id rardlscmmtt. I I board of directors of the since Congress pry the draft law i Dispute Settled [ Teachers for Next

toe of the hous o' '<-;.--niktivee! '. Glades Electric Cooperative on prior to the late war way officially In Fort Myers

has net today for a bearing on a :i Tuesday night opened bids for line closed on Wedsj4ay of this week School Term

bill Introduced by HtJoe Pet-pie (j jof II construction on Section "C" in Highlands aaa all office paiymeat wa mov-

Glades County to abolish the County and approved the low ed to Camp Btaitts by track Leas than seven boors before the 1 l The County School Board, at the

erclUes Drainage District board: bid tof the Irby Construction Company The following day the Selective II time set for a strike vote. member regular meeting Jut Monday, ta-

.f Bpervlaors and place the a4miatotntioe -1 I of Jackson Miss., of JachacaMism. Service Board was officially diacha of the Florida dependent Telephone I 1 structed the county snpsrintsjniintto

of the district ia the i .. of arproximately SC5.MO ;." ed With the exception of oa* Workers aioa Wednesday I l investigate the faiHHtr and

aa4s of the boards of comnuMioa- The board reserved the right member the board i* the same a* adopted a coatraetttIk the laterCouaty [ practicability of obtaining a school

ere of the eleven counties is the I I however to trim some of the coat was originally set up R D. Lyoas Telephone aDd Telegraph i stt* on the east sine of the Cahesai -

cHstrict.Ra. I' on this contract by cattiag their chairman W L. Bellam and A T. Co. :|I hatches Caul since the year's budget -
a' well who Notice that the trite vote would .I
People aloe introduced own right-of-way line, the figure replaced Rev S. IHendrU !I Is Insufficient to cover the cost
Ml recently which woM have: for this when he moved away from be taken by this Baton in thirty ,
work: baring been con- of the bmOdiag .,site west of the
haa.ed the hoard's set-op by electing sidered pretty high the county days was gins the company when, present school plant as set by the

: abaters from arch of the There were only two bids submitted the nation-wM telephone strike I city

cejsntlea ia the district Violent the other being that of the was called last month Date set !IIr.. Lillian Goyette was re-

9C sition tame when it was dim! L. T. Barber Coostraetioa Company HEARING SATURDAY 1' for the strike rote was }fay'. I employed by the board as commercial

teeed that the vtig power at.landowners I of Moaltne. Ga. which was approximately The new agreement reached provides teacher for next school term

,. would be on an acreage i $5,000 higher than the I for a fire rent an hour general Mrs.. OjihelU Beard of DeQueen.

basis aMId pt control of I Irby bid.There i iI TO SET CANE PRICE I wage increase, Improved vacation -' Ark.. was hired as home economic

the district in the ha.da of the I' wan only oae bid submitted ; treatment and very liberal teacher and girls' athletic instructor -

larger landowners. I for plumbing of the new power sick benefit provisions. The wage and Walter W. Wright of Pert
DETERMINE Increase amounts to :.00 week I
WAGESThe $ a
Under the proposed Mil. fund i building here so another invitationfor II above the :t Jerri. X. Y..as approved as

and lands in possession of the district beds will be issued to be opened I present progressivescale I science teacher and coach providing
plus premiums In some cases :
board en July 1, this year. : on May 15. i I I a contract can be worked out
would be turned over to the state I Itnuuu. The bfd of the Irby Company will 1 s. Department of Agriculture Company officials said that these I Teachers now employed, who do

who would create a fend be sent to Washington for approval has announced a public hearing new wage increases plus those not meet the certification requirements

to retire the district's n.$...... I by REA and if approved eonstrac- to be held at Clewlston on May granted in IS45 and 1945 would I of the new salary schedule

3tbt. Cw&nty oe&missioners Weald Don will likely start within the 10 to receive evidence on fair force them to request rate Increases recently set up are to receive their

be authorized to continue levying : next few weeks. The cooperativehas I prices for the IS47 crop of sugarcane Requests for such wage increases present .salaries providing they are

taxes now levied hy the drainage already obtained most of the and on wage rates for persons I hare already been made in a few reelected by the beard each year

board and turn them over to the I poles wire and hardware necessaryfor I employed in the production, Had the strike occurred it would untfl 1950.

state treasurer.The i the construction and the contract vation and harvesting &fUltl-1 hare affected Hendry Coeatv as Other business transacted will be
during the well as 1: other southwest Florida I
period July 1. )
first of seven bills sought by : is largely for labor found In the complete minutes as
counties The
June 30. 194S The bearing general phone
the dral1M,... board was I fellows:
t latrodRC'e41 be held in the High School udi- !I strike BOW a month oM has not
in eomamfttee last week and was defeated -I May $, 1847. i
I affected local service dis-
torurn I : nor long
beginning at t:36 a. m. I
--the erne setting STATE I The Glades County Board of
The Sugar Act of 1937 requires I! anN service in the area embraced
eerratiOB areas in Dade and COD-j ; the I Public Instruction mt ia replaY',8ftsion
that in qualifying for conditional by company and adjacent Independent -
I ard counties Members of the board on the above dater with all
payments. gugarct&e producers must i companies
present including Chairman DewevHUsalerfe I GIVEN CITY STREET 1
members present: Lureuia Gorman
; pay wages at rata not less than
I and J. E. Beardsley of T H. Snell and Veiton Walters
| those determined to be fair and
Clfwistofl promptly moved to sun The minutes ef the last meeting
PAYING IS I PLANNED !!j reasonable b\ the Secretary of \gri- JORDAN BEGINS TWO\
j action OB the remaining bills. All | < ultare affcar public: hearing and in- were read and upon motion by Mr. '

win protehty he brought sp later I estigatlOB..it, I SaeU. *cc a4ed:toy Mr WattersYaad'i +
bef re>' lfi wromttte* for d1 posi- \ \It *ilea' WSVides DUPLEXEs !i.carried, .approvVdasread..'"*? .
that ffi qnalKytes. le "eooditional MORE AND3BEDROOM
.. The county commission at the '
I 1.IIb.-- regular monthly 'meeting- cm Monday payments processor- who are also I Motion was made hy .)It. Waken

F,..mr Senator Dankest Graham I passed a resolution to the producers.mvfct pay --fer svtarcane seconded by Mr. Snell and carried

., has been leading a' fight; against State Road Board requesting the purchased from other growers at 1 HOMEJ I that those teachers now on cur
the propwed drainage district work instructional staff who do not meet
price determined to be fair and
use of surplus road funds for the I
and is OM of the chief contenders reasonable by the Secretary certification requirements iflCllJ1 -
construction of paring. curb and
for paying off the district debt before gutter storm sewer aad sidewalks }lr. Gradoville and Mr. Stevon80B E Jo!'dar. who has omit duplex 1 rated in the salary scheonle of

undertaking any maintenance for Moore Haveat main street from Sugar Branch United States I unit nearing completion. this week Glades County, receive their present E
work except as undertaken by snbdtetrtcts. I 1 salaries. provided they are duly t
Deportment of Agriculture, are
he highway east to Riverside Drive began construction of two more ,
Board members contend in Ctewiston investlfattag M.I re-elected to the staff nnOI the
and along Riverside Drive bach to similar units on his city property !
that if maintenance operations are condition and other matters year of 195Vt .
the highway at the bridge
lonnw allowed to lag that property connection with the production of near the courthouse and ha laid this time Mrs Maids V

owners will stop paying drain- This action was take after sugarcane i* this area. out the foundation for hi new home I:I Snail appeared before the hoard
tnea the for retina Mack Greene appearing before the with some interesting and vntaehietnformatioa
ace and program I Ml who are interested are invited which will be built oa hto farm
board Ie,,' had*<< the city commlMioa. -
the debt will be Jeopardised. on minimum food requirements
I to attend the hearing and toI
adjacent to the west city limits.
disclose tint Rep. J. HPeeptea
with reference children
I I present their views OB wage rates I to
had put through a lawsgtvisg ; On the city property Mr Jordan
Large Crowd At i!: and the prices paid for n reae.I receiving free hinefe**.
this triangle a state road had originally planned to build two
Motion was made by ]11'. Waters
lesacBvatkm and permitting work to duplex tale oae facing west theother
Junior-Senior I
I I House Committee and seconded by Mr s..a... carried -
be dune b> the State Road Depart- east on a court with a garage
that Mr.
Banquet Friday .... The number of the apartment o. the north side of the
Passes Two Of todian be Instructed to make np an
tte* has not yet bees court' He has revised his plan in I
,. 1 cIMina-I' estimate of material necessary for
I that the garage apartment will be
)fro Greene Mr Peeple
ODe of the largest crowds ever Fishing BillsTwo 1 baQdi&g repairs and that MrSneil .
I a third duplex These units eon- ,
Settle made a trip to Tallahassee
to attend a J.ator-. Dior baae.net' contact Lake Placid Lumber
almost two to center withState i 1 tail two btdreomn. a dinette and
was the one held last Friday freeing -; years ago of the bills submitted by I Company for prices on long leaf
offtria1e- I kltchea. urge living room and
Road relative to work
Ian whfeh yellow pine heart material.
: at the Clewtoton to commercial fishing interests to I
i bath. Construction is of
i concrete
OB this street Ht were told that
not only members of the classes resumption ewmmereia Motion by Mr. Snett. seconded by
permit Mock and stucco with asbestos-slate I
unless it had a state road designation I
awl Dish school faculty were InvK-I' operation on Lake Okee- | Mr. Walters and carried that we
roof. The site is 55 feet by 27
that it.
they could net
1 ed, but also the county board members cbobee and St Johns River were feet purchase the South Bend Range
thecounty It was necessary to await the next II | from Wm. H
the board of trustees passed on favorably by the boas J Thompson Company
session of the obtain The first four hue '!
Legislature to apartments
superintendent and the entire -' fish! and committee the first I Jacksonville, for the lunchroom
this designation and a temporary game I already been spoken far and will be >'at
school faculty with their wire of this week sad several ethers Introduced I a price of U18.O. f.ob. Moon
or husbands. oil treatment was given! to keep were shelved occupied as soon as completed i 1 Haves.i .

The main dining room of the down dust until other work mightbe The principal one of these Mils 1 The home which Mr. Jordan 1I'UlI i i Motion by Walters seconded by

Inn was turned over to the group i obtained The N1Int,'. resolution would exempt from punishment ender build at his farm will be of similar Ii i Snell and carried that Parker BookStore

for the occasion regular diners I new sets up the project for rejraUtfefis. of the State Game i construction, a three-bedroom home I be authorized to repair all

eatteg In the &tlo. A Urge roundtable : state action but when such action and Fish Commission any fishermen with a double garage attae school typewriters at $7.50 per
may obtained is net kne'BIB feet 84 feet. This will be the vaSatlon.
wan arranged for the speaker arrested on these bodies of by {: machine, during

with smaller tables being placed ...tuoa to this resolution the water and another one sets up detinittoas nicest home In the entire Moore 1' Motion by Mr Walters, seconded

In I'-shape atoned It. The, board authorised the p.rehsse of I of salt and fresh water Haven area and a feature of the I by Snell and carried that the Trustees -

red and wipe senior colors predominated an electric refrigerator for the There Immediaieiv came .a wave contraction is a sun-deck OB top :, recommendation of Mrs.

in decoration with crepe health cult office far the Horace i of protest from sport fishermen as of the rut-reefed garage : Goyette. as commercial teacher far

paper streamers and Urge vases of serum and eoaeMered several the bill west to the floor of the J. M Landquist. Fort Myers contractor '; the 1947-48 school year be approved -

of red and white roe Red and welfare eases, hoe. a particularly vigor.* protest 1 i* doiag all of this con:,I .

while candles in white candelabrafurther coming from the State Jaaior I stracttoa work : Motion by Mr. Walters seconded

arced out the cetorsFolltwteg Rain Does Damage Chamber of Commence from their I i I by ),Ir. Sneti and carried that Mrs.

the oeUeiom turkey nasal convention la Daytona I. E. Scott Stricken Ophelia Beard of DeQueen. Ark. be
diaM serr 4 by the lam staff the To Some CropsWhile Beach i I employed' as Home Economics and

entire p*...... at given last week $e far a. taw beea reported the!! With Heart Attack I I Girls Physical Education teacher far

curled oat with Jimmy CHckJanior 1147-48. and that the superintendent
the bean rail this morn- bill has sot as :yet tome 'p for ashen -
deq..'..ie.. aetteg a* to the hoot hot theee two :. be authorized to work out salary
tag brought JOT to whose: I.
many Tax Assessor E. Scott aa* been fer Mrs Beard and the
\ teastKaster. bias will enable the commercial flak- complete
gardens and fields were gettingpretty ;
critically HI at his home this week I
After the basket the groaa returned contract as soon as the new school
dry after several weeks with tar interests to finally get some action -
: to :Moore Haven and enjoyed ta the arrest session of the following three severe heart attacks -i law 1* signed by the Governor or
oat rate It also brought gloom t* week-ead '
last One of these 1
aatil late her at Ike passed over his veto
dancing a
a few farmers who were t ***ul "d I I I occurred Saturday morning another
J.BtHPnNa heM at the Motion by Mr Walters seconded
that the rains would hM off a lit-
that night and the third Sunday
$ by Mr. Suet and carried that Mr. .
Woman's Ctak Mask was by fec TO IN-FtXT' BOLTHNG
tle while 1a* I Walter L. Wright of Fort Jells,
Brown ad Ms orchestra. ;
to be the worst hart Is J. I I'
is gradually improving |I .
X T.. be employed as Sdence teachier
The teachers.
S. Ary who was to have picked elementary grade )(r. Scott ha been under the
< and Coach for 15 n-41 and that
V. F. W. Principal M. E. Morris**. superviwr. -, I I Ii
AuxiliaryTo forty acres of lima beans begin&iKg! treatment of Dr. D. M. Draughn'' the superintendent be authorized
this mash The wind which aceeapaaied Min Jean Moore aa4 Mrs: i !
g since first stricken and a burt' '
to work out salary and complete
Sell Poppies Margaret Faraam I t'
the rain knocked the : county svpertoteadeat specialist here Tuesday night fromTampa contract for Mr. Wright a* soon as
bsjah** flat and the picking will be are plaaaiag a trio to at the local doctor's ini -
Here March 24 the new school bIB becomes a law. ;
aaaH what it Bartow on May 31 to inspect a aw
very compared t* sistence, concurred in the diagnosis Motion, hy )fro SnefL seconded by
WMM have been. had the rate held very modern elementary ie>nl I I :
and commended Dr. Drangca veryhighly
Mr. Walters and carried that the :
Tt* local ABxfliarv of the Veterans o if far a few *.,.- betiding with a view to imeerpirat- indicating that the attacks: Muse school building aDd site be l

e( Foreign Wan win hold the At Liberty Nat C. E. Miser of tag same *f the ideas te the new wood almost certainly have been advertised for sale to the highest I

annual happy Seae Satwday. May CfewiatM h MW pitting an acreage school piaat here. fatal had the proper treatment not" bidder, reserving the right to rjjert *- 1 1i t

f4thIn *f touMtooa. sane twtr acres, been given immediately Complete -i any and aB *1. $

1'4. alto then liM tWllsneostthned sad these, too. may. have bee t to have been. heavier M tfjwt netia* rest for a period of several Motion by >>1'. SnelL seconded by !

( Page S) damaged by the rain which :s said than around Moore Bavea weeks has been prescribed I (Continued on Page I)


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An optimist is a far "M

Tow always sees the brighter side
SEllvlCE S of other people's troubles.

Neighbors are people who
-n &Ae.
E5UR AU come over when you're sick
and tell you bow sick they

EDITOR'S \OTiTru N, ., taper.tbmu MOPSY tyGLADYS PARKER la WASHINGTON used to be.

b ipriui/ r"ngon.a: u >ti''t By Welter Shead It's funny-but the people
U td-iHgtoit Bureau of U ;>.'<"> .Nru,/>*- is
ptr !:"'.011 .t 1,16 Eye Strttl, ,. V WNU C.rr.apoad.atw'I. who tell us what youth =

Jr'*..*,toN, D. C., ii Mt to bring itadtn MAYBE ITS TOO MUCH TO EXPECT thinking are usually over tfty.
Mi tvetkh colatn problems of tbiirtm the
do people
Bureau Why
.N servictmjn tmd his tuail- ANOTHER MAN'S HAIR TO STAY ON .W-lshr.rto.(if fr St.. N. W fewest thought use the most
Qerto.s asap bt aUretud to the thoi e

B..... *.. they *M bt Mfuertm in YOUR HEAD WHEN YOUR OWN Inflationary Price Trend words?

Miapa to **t. N. reties cat ** The more successful he is,
male .tim by w.>/. but onh ill the <../- WOULDN'T STAY THERE. Worrying Farm Leaders the more Ms friends hack in

"... ubUb nilpfir in ibn ntu Irer I II the old tome **...B wonder
r-". I with the rest
FARMERS. along how he gets ky.
Seniority RightsThe rcWjQstai of the citizenry are feeling the (

s pinch of high prices and paying the > -- -
4 I IPJEcEs penalty for whatever part they'

recent decision of the U. S. j 1 played in kicking out price controls. I
Supreme court which determined Executive committees of three of

Nat the seniority rights of veterans the four major farm organizations.

who return to their old jobs end after {i meeting here recently, expressed
one year, will affect thousands "grave concern" over the price situation '\
this /2"
of veterans who have claimed in
\ and resolution
fight under the selective service act. / i which they adopted"viewed a the present inflationary 'IXSTIUTTIOXLEARN TO BARBEB AT: _HOMFon _

The court ruled that after a year { price trends" with alarm! )our neighoor Tool instructions $15.CS .

.the seniority rights of a veteran are j jDB I i and urged leaders in industry agriI SU3S F"'r.Ita.SITWHJES- Jacks. *;...
greater than those of any fellow j jvmfcer I I culture. labor and government tci

with identical seniority. Accarding i i I "join in a concerted effort to halt thisdangerous RED"HOW mot MAIL TO BUILD SELLING YOia IDEAS ON
to the court however a vet- ; trend." ByMAIL ORDER BUSINESS." 2-iccp
ttI BOX u, Stattra R. *.. !. IL X. T.
eno does have these advantages j ( In tW frt week ., tart November

over a non-veteran during his first veer home town rewsfter wrote w

,year at his old job: His seniority ; dais column teaeerniag the artifritl ***** ******** *

earn* be reduced by collective bargaining : meat shortage and the MiilfchwUHwg
or by any change in the i' of livestock from the markets by To Have and to Hold!

employer's policy. His insurance. I -- farmers. "The snertsiffcted U. S. Savings Bonds!
heHh and similar benefits cannot be farmers who participated in this

cut He cannot be fired but he canto y Y rII conspiracy this strike against price ************** .
laid off temporarily if other control will not gain in the tang

workers with similar seniority are II run. As meat roes up prices of
laid off. The case was taken to the ter other farm produce likely will fo
high court from Cincinnati by a veteran 11l down and meet sorely the prices of Gas on

when eight years were lopped commodities that farmers boy will IIIine4 N SlII utes tII'teeth t-MMf beewb.er.r..wrrh
1H acid a M*. ".fal.i tt.rt.ntiu..rt.r..ca..dt..rN.r. '
off his seniority in a collective bargaining rise arH stay np far some time mar..adyracnbe
contract signed more thana ::? it's a strike for higher prices identically = tb. ta.r.t-.nn. b.ow, twra0.aatk
n..t-aedpdn..k.t.ue t n
after he went back to work ...INatlft a.u-.n. ....... -... ,. .
laborer .
year tbe when the -
same :as ,fr.w dbi ow .",r b.eb w .-. or...,..
for his pre-war employer. walks off his job in a strike tow nc ai tdl dr..rtsta.DousIre.

for Th farmer rains
higher waxes. --- --
and AnswersQ.
nothing and neither does the la-
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Can you tell me what becomesof borer for both are helping to buildup :Riwwn.

profits received from canteens operated NOME TOWN ECHOES By C. Kessler the spiral flf i in> rea mg cost *4livinc ..

by Veterans' administration for everything they _,."

at all VA hospitals and nursing ( Juuw Sor e of our farmer friend oaf 2cru aAI'Wl
V piT GO)t1 >ri".tF.
homes?-A. J. II., Sikesten, Mo. i tb aa chided us about that column and

A. Veterans' administration says j t u TTc 1bXT A1fXAL'b' f30Vr said, "No. it's not a strike, it's good
i' ur'?
there are supposed to be no profits. ,S bXg tIG Cpl business." While the leaders of the

Under an act passed by the 79th congress farm groups meeting here the

an appropriation of five mil- Farm Bureau federation the Na-

lion dollars was set up as a revolving tional Grange and the National Cooperatives

fond for purchase and operationof % tHof publicly attempted tc

these canteens from private con- ll clear their own skirts of any blame 3

e...... VA has taken over 85 of (. for the present high prices by adopt-

them and soon will take over the ? SAUTUP! ing a resolution to that effect, privately -
rest. They do not operate at a profit o t I K1s Ae1Tt. and off the record they admitted -

but also cannot operate at aIon. 111E1 in ; their sense .of gtriit. They
The five million dollars is keptas further sought to quibble somewhat

a revolving fund and all receiptsare I ; by protesting against the practice

returned to the fund. At the i : : of government and private groups

end of the fiscal year all money over 1 to use the 1935-39 period as a base '

and above the five million is returnedto for making price comparisons,

the treasury's miscellaneous receipts claiming that farm prices during

fund. It is possible that the that period were 16 per cent below frolicky fritz: Eats cell, cu

amount of the revolving fund maybe 4't parity. So what They are now well. U well--on a basic diet of Oro- s

reduced after all canteens are many of them. 200 per cent and Pup Ribbon These crisp toasted ribbons -

purchased but that is a matter to more above parity. give him every vitamin and

be determined by congress.Q. Payments Mean Controls' mineral dogs are known to need. Economical -
too. One box supplies a*
:My husband is a veteran taking
The farm leaders were able tc mbcri food"by dry weight as five I-Ib.
Is it
on-the-job training. compul-
agree upon parts of their program etui of dog food Oro-Pup also comes
that he join the union! lie has
sory which they now are presenting tc t In Meal and In Prl-Ettt For variety,
been told if he doesn't initiationfees
pay the house agricultural committee in feed all
for the uition that he will be
i hearings on a long range farm pro- thl'ef"V
fired from his present' job. Does the
i granThe grange wants to dc fig En"GOOPUP
contract which is signed by him and I { I I gs
| something now parity prices (
his emptier concerning his on-thv- i but the Farm Bureau would rather
job training have to
any bearing as
wait until next year when present
whether he would be fired or not? ,
I parity ratios expire. Some were aa w.mw
-Jlrs. It. C., Lubbock, Tex.
hopeful of eliminating the New Deal
A. VA says that while it may not J4A4ES' V. hWNEY. >'lS1DEAIT OFUf.LYS'.O'rR1 triple A control program and were 1PftUJ'P

be compulsory when a veteran \ 'JD OTG'2S tlJti % somewhat staggered when Cong.

elects to take training at a given i dUST A1O".IE21C' CN ELIC2JAL'ENtIE Clifford R. Hope of Kansas. Repub- ----

shop or plant he more or less accepts fJ CLE\'aMO, OfIO. bean chairman of the house agricultural -

the conditions of employment I committee, bluntly told
thare. For instance if the management i them. "Price stability is impossible

has a closed shop or has a contract unless farmers accept controls." -tiOT'LASHES .

the veteran with the should union know for a union and accept shop, The World at Its Worst By G. Williams j, Which means continued acreage
support prices conservation \ ?
these conditions when be goes to controls etc. I .
work there. In some cases unions Women .
la your T
waive initiation and union dues for tI I The farm leaders expressed jeal- funcUonal 'mlddle-agi' periodspe.pib
veterans. 1T" ous concern over proposed slashing lar to women CUM yew to auSer hot
Relative to the contractas fluiM. nerfou. hlghttruDit. seat
between the employer and the i of department of agriculture budr.I tired feeUoft Then do try Lydia E.
I I| ets. and although they agreed that Plnsbam. VegeUM Compound to
veteran these-differ in various
seadens relic** such iTOwtoma. its
of the country and depend entirely { some budgets mast be cut perhaps for UUa purpose! lamsvt
j :SO per cent they definitely wanted Taken reguis Plnkiian- s COED-
conditions 'under which
pound helps build
cuts In PEA lunches up *
; no school rei against such dt\ eu.Thousands be.
con-acted {i search and marketing. reported beneStl AIM a very effecUeZ
stomachic Male womb
has Questions | Indicating the split in the thinking uytng'IYCIA
any as to validity of
his rights 'he should consult the regiipil i I| of the farm group, one leader, off l. PIK.fHAIJ'S : itf'od o

VA office which has junsdictioa j the record, told your home town re-

over the particular plant where porter. "Yes. we took our usual wsr-14 !9 -47
he is working and taking his train- j slap at labor and demanded some
tog pretty drastic labor controls. If all

1 l i of us could only realize that the
Q. My husband secured a O.I.
workers are our best customers
lean to acquire our home. Since his .1
and would work together instead of
discharge from the army and wir '
o letting the big boys continually
return to this territory be has suffered i
t drive a wedge between ns, we Help Them (]eons. tbe Blood
much from asthma. My question would all be better off. of Harmful Body Wast
is, if be were to sell the property -
c: vJtr110R Tw Ud *n arc owUstly OltartaiMMMturirmU
which was secured by a 0.1. I Nation-Wide Monopoly :bios straw.Rse

loan, would be be permitted to obtain tenfR'AitES A pCE ((1f (C ,;rw1t tl* "Suppose, for instance" h. said, .kidMTs at ut M sasMtiOMs Nature lt Ut Ia.d tMr 4-(work U I*-4 r.*
a second G.I. lean on a berne Rt bSt a vltll SEEMS A UfiLE t SCiRE t k71 i.eEH HfAiSIIpr j "if in our fight for a new and higher .... iBpwibv Umt. U rauiud. our
u. .,... ......
in a locality where be would not suffer tqED TCR ti9tEE b1Dt6r t4lc$ $AISFS ii MI p tetg tD aEM u s I i parity price on farm commodities .pa..Sy s4.p.N u (

from asthma-D. 31. B.. Tuscarawas ATOM M ktICtt t* c)5W) Pttlsf OF TW4LY Ii &FiK l4tR 911kS) !! congress would fix a basic prke and ..a'b. tnts( b.ekscWCM

Ohio. BIG fdE 5116ipEfTLP REMC L Gi v. ME IEtVStAbl | then say. 'OK, that price is all right eatu.g pasaat krd.Yy' hu.Is .. (dlUlMM.liia pcftBoi.
{ f+LM1 6CRVRi6 On HOW* I : : : (
A. The maximum guaranty permitted { for New York. Illinois, Montana .d. iUat .* urvowucUty
l ... for 01 ,., ad
under a G.I. home loan is I II Kansas or Nebraska but we'll cut I Oth. egos .! k*dray r bteddor KnocU dsd.r *
$4.000. If your husband used this it 20 per cent for Oklahoma and KMtJM. b.niy.esatl..
toa Inaomt crinuia .
maximum in obtaining your present Rapid Progress Lazy Out I Texas because living is cheaper Th.n.ouid bs..debt aka,....p1
home, then he would not be eligible Way j I there; well cut it 30 per cent for itrta.a W eke .Ied. LH
s fOtt. I Ma-. ban bees wlaaisi
for a second G.I. loan. If. however, I Arkansas, Mississippi Alabamaand sew bind lie man taaa forty ywa.An .
He How're along "Why don't work tike
getting bard
you you
Tile., M.. ..
we'll aauee-
he did not use up his maximum say with your driving Jim Now look at him-carrying ; give Kentuckyand I raevBBMaw fcf cnuful ywpl.IM
he only used $%,090 he would I She Won rftiL Yesterday I two kidders at a tine while you Tennessee a 10 per cent cut. aaatrr.er. Art imirDOAN'S __rti
be permitted to make application fora and so on according to the index of
4 miles and tomorrow "
went sixty an httar $y carry one.
second G.I. loan for the balance of I Bring to each state.* I wonder what I
I I'm gteg to try openteg my "He dDcea't work Ji.ard-ke. Just our farmers would think of that" PILLS
,{UOOf eyes vases I pass enetfeer car. Ute lazy te make two'trips." I




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NOTICE 0. ITF.>TIA5 TO tM f .g described taod tai j May. 1)47. at his chambers in Moore Deseriptisa Land 9 T R.L T. TSI..i Aasased-
RE<.IOTER nnITfM'A"'; t GLADlS COlDTT: Haven Fj..riil frvr letter patent incorporating -
Beginning at a point on the the Church -A Christ of East 3 t Ac of W* of Tract
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN meander line around Lake Okee- L.kepirl. Florida a <"\rporation not 1 lee Rwy Tract 2T _14 U 12U 11.'% R. E. K-rtt -- ....
Notice is hereby that the f chobee. as shown by the T. E. Ii for prof.t The said church shall Tracts t. 7. t, IS 22 -14 M Hoot R. E huts -- JUI
detsdgned. under th. provision un-of r Frederick Survey and map 30 be located in Laktport community. Tract 21 less Lots L 2, t __2t8EH 41 SS 8.74 M. Meyer 1&.A
Chapter 20.SS3. Law of Florida Acts felt west of the east boundary ofSecuon Glades County Florida and shall be A St of ef
oj U41. will register with tt! ,t-'K I 12, Township 4S South for t!>> purpose of maintaining.. NE* SN4of iRe of
Range 32 East for the and 51-: of
Of the Circuit Crt. :r. Aid for running thence i rirarz.it: practice fnjoynxcl -
Glades County. Florid t)1 feet north to the Federal R.-W f religious! servu.and 5E'S of SW A ofNE
Of proof of publication ,of jon tfaj rro-ipt entice. I around Lake OkeeehoSee thence dtit.r- qualifications for membership >: -- _____24 43 SI 137.2* R. E XU 4U'
in a shall be belief XH of NE lea $.44 Ac
the fictitious name, to-wit southeasterly direction with an acceptance or *
OASIS : the southerly line of said R W II in the principles of said church Rwy __ __ 2i 42 22IS rise B. lL: KIIIU 14.14
UDder which I am (.nfciiged in business :::illo thence saaith 1<*4< S1 which. purifications are fully set All .. .. ___ 1 21 447 Wilson 'I'r.-&I Atty. M.T8
&t PalmdaH. That the meander line, thence forth ic said charter The term for All 2 SS SSSS C&2 Wilsoa Trn e Atty. M.22
the party inter _::.: = == 44 Wilson TummiP Atty.: : W@1:
ested in said busm in a northwesterly direction with which the Corporation shall exist is All S SSSS
*>FLEMING s if a*' followsBEATRICE the meander line to the Point of perpetual and the affairs of theCorporation All . -- 4 SSSS 4(1 Wilson = Atty. JL01All
City of Moore Haven County of Beginning containing (.C4 acre I shall be managed by officers ...::_ _. S SSIB 44T Wilson Atty. JS7INW
Glades. Florida J, 1J47. The Purchaser is to pay the advertising who shall be elected annuallySaid .. t '47 Wilson 'I'r.- Atty. N,70N
April %5. May 1.HTICF *April : cost officers shall be known as % __ _. 27si lit Wm H. Jaeb ss J4JTT
THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL elders deacoaa. said trustees: the % ._ __ __ __ S2t Wm. H. J.... ia60
IMPROVEMENT FfKD reserve the powers and duties of which are fully 1 it oft B stte af
\ right to reject the sale set forth in the Charter. The highest Tract 1 T a II S.M R. E. Kurt aAn
R..I"TIR 41FTO .. 1'l&Jo'l.! 'ie0 BT ORDER ef the Trustee of the amount of indebtedness. to which the Tracts t to-liIIc--Oat partof
: .tCYlT"iA"I
; Internal Improvement Fond of the corporation may at any time subject tract 1 to IS lac *
State of Florida. itself shall be US. t.M and the That Part of Tracts 24 to
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN MILLARD F CALDWELL amount in real estate which it mat 31 inc N A E of RR ._1' 42 S2 122.12 R E. Yates _
JWtfc* is hereby given that the UII1IteniPMod. Governor. hold subject to the approval of the Tract 29 S W of BB _IS 42 SSM ICE. ..... "tR
ua er the provisions ef ATTEST.F. : circuit judge is ta4.ttt.tt. Said Corporation All Free or Lots 1 & S __ a MS ... Wilsoa Tiaaaaiill ***-
OkMter 2MS. Law. of Florida, Act C. Elliot, Secretary shall be purely and solely All Frac ___ _' ___ t 14 *M WUaoa Tisa-iim Alp' -- 31ii
J ***itWU er with the Clerk Trustees I. I. Fund. for religious purposes as set forth in Ptae Rldae ____------H 4. 2i!
J tbj.. Circuit :: u't, in and for Blsdivywsty. April 11. 2$. May %. 3. 11. 147 detail the proposal charter, and Lots 1. 2. Block 2 __ Dale C. Bwtoa II
: Florida upon receipt of proofof which i.D now oa file la the office of Lot 7. Block 4 DaJe C. ...... ':II 1
Mbiicatioa of this. notice the tieUt. die Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Saata Barbara -ti 42 29
... name to-wit NOTICE TO CHEO4T4 for Glades County Florida specific lots 17. 11. 11 :.. Block: Jokes .. ........ .33
GULF SERVICE STATIONuater reference to which is hereby made. Heaford _SLots 4. :8
which I am encased in buaineMat Witness our hands sad seals. 3}. 24. 2$. tt. Stock
Palasdale. Fla. That the party in- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT SIGNED IN TIm PRESENCE OF __ .. Gooqe (31M 1:1
terested in Mid business !. as fol IN AND FOB GLIDES COCXTT Mrs. Fred Himmead P......... His, Plat S*. 1 1 41 M
low: FLORIDA. IK PBOBATB. SO. SSI J. X. CLICK (SEAL) Lot S. Block 9PsliBale ___ a. N. JiIIIII n
BEATRICE FLEMING In Re ESTATE OF Fred Hammond (SEAL) His, Plat >.- 2-1 41 =-
City of Moor Haven County of Uikon Goldstein (Gordy). ; David G. Click SEAL) Lots 1. S. 3. 4. Block $1 rt ]1a2pP1t & ...
Gla4. Florida. April 23. 1S47. Deceased. H. Click (SEAL) l'
ArBi4. May 2. S.NOTICE. To AU Creditors aad AU Persons D. S. Click (SEAL) Palmdsle Ills Plat :>*. 4 1 U ::II
Having Claims or Demand Against Harvey O. Pndgeo SEAL)
SaM Estate Lot 11 Block 4t -- EEaa c..t.m .I 3
You and: each of you are hereby James Wendell S Click Click (SEAL SEAL) Lots 1. 2. Block It* _____ P. A. 1i I --.. _.. .n
( )
Lots 15. U. Block US Mra M1t4Me 4sl/sma..
notified and required to .II
present any 22
flay S: !. K.
claims and demands which you, oreither Palsi4al Hl Put > 1 SLot. 41 a
Notice |* hereby given that under of you may have against the M 11 to 19 tnc. Block IS J .i'r'Ct
and pursuant to the provtsioas of estate of Milton Goldstein (Gordy). NOTICE OF TAX SALE! AND Lots 15 to 2t inc.: Blek SS Slta DaaMk 'U
Chapter 1J. K. Law of Florida Acts Ida. to the Hon. J M Couse. County I DKLl>at K>T IS44 ERGLADES Lou n. 12. Block 2$ East R. Ylaa4t --= ."
.f 1SZS. the Board of Supervisors of Ju4Ze of Glades County and tile the DRAINAGE: DISTRICT TAXES F.ri.B st UaBelie ._. .-39 42 :>>
DisMn Island Drainage District will Mine in his office in the County I Lot 7. Block "DPaaadlaa ___ .__ Go A. Emil- .>i
btfas4c at It o'eloek A. M., on th. C4Wtlwu in Glades County. FlorIda City __. 1 41 IS i
Itta day of ),fay. 147. in the Court within eight calawtar mantes NOTICE 46 HEREBY GIVEN that Lot It. -Black "B"Palm Xra. a. 0. JdMeoa .H
Room to the Court House In the City from the date of the first publication all lands delinquent on April 1. 1147 City -==. 1 45 20
'Of Moore HanD Florida, offer for hereof. Said claims or demands to for non-payment of Everglade Drainage Lot 32. Block 4 .. ___._ Mrs a. 0. AUlass ..
.*le, subject to redemption prior to contain the legal address of the claim- District tsxes.: for the year 144, .lr' 21. Block S P. A. 2)toels 111I. -== :..
the date of sale. the following- ant and to be sworn to and presented or so much thereof as may be necessary Block flock S Lot ..
scribed land, the title to which is as aforesaid or.._ will be to pay the amount of taxes: on .___ Mrs R. 0. AElas. 111
vested in the Board of Supervisors ofLMitoo barred. See Section 124 of the INS said lands for said year together Barr City Park 14 I1 42 a
Island Drainage District by Probate Act. with the cost of sale specified in the Lots 15. 1C. Block U Mrs. IMadt
virtue of the said land having heretofore Dated April 21. A. D. 147. laws governingsaid District, will be Lot 6, k1TtJ "_-. Efid .= :I
been sold for taxes and having BRUCE L. BARFIELD. sold at public auction beginning \l*lawB Park -__24 42 20
outstanding tax sale certificate As Administrator of tin twelve o'clock noon, on the second Lot 1, 4. Block 'tT .-._-_ Mrs. A lalsbud .II
ratest the same that have been outstanding Relate of Milton Goldstein day of Jon. 1MT. at the front door "'-..... Terrace ..___=at 42 25Lot
for more than two years Gordy. Dee*****- of the Court House in the City of 14. Block It ____ W. It Iawrtrlr. .,2
all .f said land being and lying In Mitchell D. Price. Zartng, FlorenceA Moore Haven. Florida, and continuing Kenos _._ __ _34 42 >> .
-Glades County. Florida.. and more particularly BarfieU.Attorneys until said sale is completed. Lots 44. 4i. 4C 47 _. W, A ...- F.
described a. follows, to-wit:: for Administrator. A complete list of such delinquent 1.:1
West half (W", ) of Lot Thirty (St). First publication oa April 2$. 1M7 lands is available for public inspection Palm View, Plat 5.. 1 __ II! SLots :It
Lot Twenty-two; 22). Lot Twenty- April 21, May t. 3. If. during the business hours at the 12. IS. 14. IS. Block 44 Co L. JarvM U
three (IS), Lot Twenty-four (24) lit office of Tax Collector for the County Pall .., Plat >.- S __ fJI 3* M .
TwDty-flve (H). Lot of Glade in the Court House at Lots 1$ to M tot. Block:
(II). Lot Twenty-seven Moore Haven Florida, and Inquiries 57 -- WlE/am P. c..er __ 1.:1
Twenty-eight (2I) and Tw."ty-.tl.l NOTICE TO APPLY H4B LETTERS as to land included" In said delinquent Lots 12. 33.. 31. SS, Blecfc
nta eU) in the George PATENT list by mall or by telephone. 44 -._- T. W. Scott tat 122
Subdivision in Section or in person, durin the business Hail CHy =* A M 41 M l
Tewutaip Forty-two (U) South Range hours wHI be fully answered by said Lot '. Block IS H. P. Dicttiwn .33 Y
Thirty-two. (12) East: Notice is hereby given that the undenined Tax Collector. Lot 1 SH Lot 4. Block
Tract Twenty-eight tl S) and the will apply to one of the R D. YODEL Tax Collector Mr., Assaada L EI4a= 1.:3
North half (N,, ) of Tract Thirty-six Circuit ..... ._ and for Glade Glades n.CO Yt.r.NOTICE -.... Lot 1."Block it l:: -=== +ss -
llC). Section Thirteen (13). Township. County. Florida, on the 14th day of I May 3. 1$. =: ar-a.....__ .. gaJhM 1> 3
Forty-two (U) South Range Thirty- I Lot It Block M .----- Dorothea w--=-= -ii:
two (12) East: BltervNy !I.... t* HaH
Tract Twenty-five 25). SectionEighteen I i lily -_-- 41 i0 SMII
., (U). Township Forty-two! Lot 1. BTocsTiY" Dorothea Walker .33
. <42) South. Range Thirty-three (n) Lot 2. Block ST _-== NIan H4.dees4. Laois. : 33
Eat rllrelew .,... T. HsH
All that part of Section Thirty- Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will bs.1d City 41 30
three (JJ) north of the Nine Mile .t public auction on the second dayof June. A. P. l>47. at 12 o'clcrk noon. Lot 41. 42. i O k'e: Dorothea WMrFranklia .n
nal te Township Forty-two (ea-I M the Court House door in the City of Moore H \en. County of .ilad.-... Chirac. A T...... Add. T.
South. Range Thirty-three (M) :Mate of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the Hall City -- -w.---3 tt.. r _

EMI half (E%) of the Northeast tame together with all costs of such sale and advertising Lot 11. Block 14 --- flit .... .... _- .!1Pell.
quarter (NEVi: ) and that part of the Ad*. T* HaH ntr..2'; : 4Z PO .t
southeast quarter (SBfe: ) north of the R. D. TODER. Tax Collector vt Lot 12. U. Block I DMOttbSS Wdrir .11
Nine Mile Canal sad that part of Glade Count. Flurida.BKSCRIPTM Pl_>*ale -._ au" 1
the soatawest quarter (SWH> of Sectioa Lot 12 Mock 15 ____ A.s '1'. '-' .U
rty-four JO North of the Let IT. fleet: 4S __ J. B. Layuoak .,
Niae Mile, Canal in Townahip. Forty- Lot t, S C IC. AvsM
two (}) South Rang ....irtytbneS Lot It :=IrIJTI-_-_=== ldte Jod ...... -
(J1> East: a Lot 11. Bteek ___ )I. ....- _
West (W%) ** the Northeaat TO W HOMS 4Stl.akOa Lot Black $11 J. aJtkesgrLot
0V LAND: <
\ s : -- -
quarter 4NEV) and the 4orthweavuart4g .. e k knit :::= Mts. JeL Merd..d = J
= =
four. Township Forty-two (42) South. t Lot 1. Block 127 =: -===
Ran Thirty-three (M) East: : : : Lot S. Block lit ____.._. I. R. Sbv.n _
Ui of Section Tkitty-five US. Lot 24. Black 142. ._ ___ __ PUdt _._
Township Forty-two (tS) Sooth, Range t'ttr..ter: .94 4t S> 'II
(i3) East Lets SS SH Block SS .
And :CT part or part of the above SW, _. ___.____ -_ ___ 42 ZS lit H. W. uordeand Lot IT.: Block 71 - _-- trllr'1ft i-== 11
.described. land a* may not be Hon a /. ( 7.U Lot 4. Block SS William H. Avaat .n
deese/ the 1Mb day of May. 6E' d STrij of Lot L 2. 2. 13 to"n inc. J
Ed ___ .It tJ JI 129 E. W. Buffincton and Block: 111 Brady PadtreU __ 1.13
1147.The redemption. of any of the above B. A. Gerdoa .. 4,11E'A Let 1 24. Block lit '. Brady Padgett .n
described land may be mad l" the of W. A S% 'f HE" Lets 14. IS. Stock: lit Brady .n
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court $E% : : 2! 444 Jamas Sammon IS.77 All Blocks 1S2. 1:&. 124 ......,. .A.. MIeeter __.
of Glades County Florida, on or prior wt : ._- 2 4 2Trcta 331 JMMW &: SammeoM 14.77 All Block 12SLot J f7
to It o. lock A. Mon the 18th dayof StT Sf __ *! .* 2 MwMBi Hamilton .,. 1. Block 12, == P : === :;
May. 1041 by payment of theamouat Tract 11. Block 4 -- -14 41 It CMartea V. Austin Bxe .13 Lots 1. 2. Block It* bind tII 3
due for taxes, interest and Tract 4. Block 2 --H 41 I: ll Charlse L. Morse :1 Lot 14. Block 131 Brady ==I: ==::. .;I
cot in the _11- Tract I. Block 4 : : -21 41 1* Mrs. Myrtle a Walker : Lots I, 2. Block: 111 Blab __ .n
penaltiesbyl w. to the fTerli of the 8H of Tract S, Block 4SS 41 S* I JII'& FTMces A Good- Lots V I, T. .. Block 112 __ Beady Pa.12t _.__ n
Circuit Court of Glad*. County. Flor- JQBJ 1:1: p>B j_ __ ___ __. >pt 43 StOat
lda Tract 2. Block I -_U 41 2! 1* Oeerce D.: Read .. -- : Let B less De to Lewis
The purchase. will be for an TMCI 4. Block 1. Tract It Til l mil i. Bleek "BT Joe R Hcadry __ U5
mount to be dotermtoed by the Block: 2 ___St 41 2SWH It Oe-ftiy A. Lied 1.2S.M Begin at MB Cot of Out Lat
Board of Supervisors of said District of 8W is of KEt _IT 42 It It Mrs Elisabeth KulphIt "Q" Run 3 144 Ft. W to
but i. 110 ease less than rte amount 8H of yttef 8E% of 8W% IS 48 SSEH R K. Jeh-soa .:: RR Ray N along BB Bwy
requlrby lawThe right to reject of NVrjfc of SWM 4S *> 2t Dr. Thomas U Magee to M Line of Oat Lot *V.
ay and all bide reserved by SW i of SW.4 .- .__ at 42 It 4t A. J. ft Adela T. TasaoSS I.S4 Then E to FOB.. (tt ft. D. W. Irrtaad --
the Board of Supervisors.By % of SBH i Lots SC. IT. 7!*. 12. ISC. 1ST *ee B. HiaJli __ H:
seder. of the Board of Supervisors WAz'or NW* of SBV A Lots ... II ____ Joe B. Bea4ry _
of D ston eland DraiaageK Wi of E:'4 of SW'T *,**... Have 11 A 12 41 K .
_--21 t2 IS Wm. F. MadillIt 2748wia Let L Block 5 J. T. Tayler Est -
Dtetrkt.J FRIERSON. of SB'r ofIW ; It 41 It Mrs. Frank Calvin M Lot It Block T .__ Louise B. Moore mi:
President of the ,Beard of S"-- ..f1i: ; of SWI", __ _oft 41 230 W. a a-BMe t Son 1." Lot 21 Bleek lit __ WIlL C. Fm. .... _
Supervisor of DWt'" W! .f Np Ii .. .._ _....It tl It II Mrs. Jee T. W.tere ,..ItR Let S. 4. Stock 1ST __ Je Van De Tide Hit ;
UUad Drainage DJetrlet. ; ot W; of W" ___ II 43 30 4t A. F. Dvkersehetn Est 17t t. T. Taper Lakeside. !lab. 2 42 33
tOFFICUL SEAL OF Trail ll -- t :: I: It H.etSR Wright Lot. 4, 7. Block I C. M. MtCay -- _. 1.1
Dl8TOS 1'LA.'liD DRAINAGE Tract : : It atreMIt :.13) Let 11. metk 7---- .-____ Mamie! A Rebeuo--
11WTRICT) Tract 12Teneti --. : :: N Je. W. Free 13 Jsfcana -- tM
ATTEST: era _._ M U J. B. Layceek ..1Ttaet / KH4f'1t'- "..... -2 42 12
R. T. PATTERSON. t __U 44 21 41 Mrs. J. S. SpurlorkM 1 14 Let 2*. Block 2 ________ i Amyer Smith ____ V'"
Jiecrtary .f IHston Island --- H N Mfs Edith Parker Let t*. BMte C ___- -- -. W. IITany : .SS '
Drains District Tract 41 -----II N N It F. S. Griffith Est Lets 1 4, tile!* I __ ____ Hattie Areftst :.11
April 11. II. tt. Nay *. Tracts 14. U __- .. ...-11.. 31 2t Mrs. Lakersr4. 1.1.1 R. D. TODER. Tax Ottnitir fFtort. "
Titan 1. d .. .- *2 M N M Aaguat
r I Tract 1 .. -II 40 N It J. M. Stevens Glades County ...
' Is THE CIKCITT 'O.-IIT O*' TMH Tract I ,_.14 41 It II Gust PanacoaulaIt I.S4 i
\ ICLFT" Ji Diciau ci rtiT rrtx Tract It 15 t. N Mary Alice Gibbons .M'
>RIDa. 1% AND FOR GL"Dt Tract It --II 43 N It Mr. Jokes lleeelaad .N
COtTT.. 1, CM5iCrK 'O.AUClUET Tract Jt -31 N 31 It Boystvr Warri-ir Mahan ..M.M NOTICE -
Tract t1 I U N It Lyao Bre lac.St :
OK MABBUCE Wil .f U0' 8W" _11 t1 N N. W. Back waiter Lad -
VIRGINIA N. RIGHT KUNYi1. "' of SEi. of NEKi __ _11 n.. M Dr. LM Roy Hoary ..M.M Notice is hereby given that the following described. ls.4*. er M alb
NE4 of SEX: f SEXl7 4t N It Larry K. Taylor there as will be necessary to pay the amount due for Ditto Island Dlafe
CsEPVCARD Wit of SW" of JIB' _1' n" St Jacob Harms Est Paul ego !ass.- beretn set .....tt. to the same together with the eeet ef tie
H. ) Orw _rv er. Aim LId sale mt adwrtMM. will, be sold at public auction, oa !II"'a,. the ted day
... H of NW i of SEX26 41 StWS St Nina Henderson Larson. Lid of JuM. X D. Maeteen Hundred Forty-seven- at eleven .rma.K" at
NOTICE" / TO ATFKAB } of SBV of 8EHSS II" St Dorothea Walker Lid the Cewl Ble ee eer. la the City ef Moore Havea. CM-tjr ...
TO Edward H. K i>Vl. when.rsideate e utb W 1 AcdN<* of NWV Of u __ th F......
and address are NW" ot Se" .JI 41" 3 _n. Amanda L. I'locua l.ZI
r' U."...... S" .f 9ECi of !SW, I 12 N M A. H IIobeon. Lit P D YODEL Tax Collector of
Ton ate hereby r u.red to m* 4.ocribad aa.- W1 of BE' of XW" 4 4S" St Mrs. Prank Carrier 1.24 Glades Caaaty. Florida.DHWBIPTFSHI ,

appearance la the C'lIrt of )aboCt lat' ,U1. : Wk of E.. 014 0 It. H HP.. D edt_ l.St .-
ell tile lMh day Howe .w Y.oe.Haven. E of o\. of $7E1AMyofNWtaSEta "'4.of -t
at rM c-.atJ': Court And : ,, -
Ora l County. Florida. of NE'. __I' tS" Dorothea Walker LSI ,
there : file suchb defsaee. ee E" 01 NW k of NEX U., 21 54 Jaa II:. Bradley .
you may desire or be a.h..4.tltW.in isaPeaSe lAt II ._ ---a .. 8SbiiSr III Bosk... all
to the salt above Trait 5 .It 30 II E. Praatan 1." .
which 1a a ...tt for DtinSail -11" p d40OSa -_. U.Tnd .
Tract OP LAND S TO WHO *! -E *En! 1
m&rraaare. Glad. 11 :.It It 11 mMlsek 1." I e
a. hereby designated u the newspaper- Tract IS _M 31 P 55 rraatBPUck l.M = w
ID .kh this order shall be ppbhsbed Tract = II 'M Qqwt P.aaaspala .SS iI .. "
oeee a week for four C.s.swtlvewska 11' -ft NSW E.G.Anthony top: PO 4!
Hotels fall Dot uodet penalty Tractf SE\ M 2I MC L. maeuua 13.S4 ;
.f default :
M4ttre Sit of SWly
DONE AND ORPEREP at Hits !W is .. n It It Francis M. BoyntoeEat.
Haves Glades COUDU. Flor.. -- IIISW'S Tract S4 12 42 11 It R. N. Braatley ---I J.
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Ail Appeal To Sportsmenm.

Better Sportsnianship

The Cattlemen's Side Of

The Hunting ControversyA

group of sportsmen have filed notice in the I local! Of the entire amount of money required to operate the

newspaper of their intention to have an act passed by the Comity, only the comparatively small sum of $26,000.00 is

State Legislature which would provide "that in Hendry paid, by individuals or interests not directly connected with
County, no person, persons" 'or interests shall fence out j"o cattle industry-an industry that is vastly more importantbar

; or keep fenced out the public from fishing or hunting to Hendry County and the State of Florida than the question

wildlife on any lands containing or occupied by such wild able pleasure of the comparative few in-and-out-of-season

life, when such fishing or hunting Is done in accordance with sportsmen who under the guise of sportsmanship are attempting
the rules and regulations of the State Game and Fish Commission to force upon the people of this County a measure
***". so communistic that it would do credit to Stalin himself. Any
J law which does away with private property rights and vests

those rights in the public IS COMMUNISTIC, even though
ff you have read this far, please read the foregoing i some of'the advocates of the proposed law probably may not

paragraph again to be sure you get the full implication and realize it themselves. The cattlemen of Hendry County do

meaning of the proposed law not believe in Communism. By years of hard work, goodbusiness
judgment, or "good luck", many of them have accumulated -
considerable property-land-cattle -horses -
buildings. They are in no sense land or cattle barons. They
If passed: the law would seriously damage if net totallydestroy
have no gangs of hard-boiled cowboys who, according to un
the cattle industry of Hendry County and esut the
founded rumor make life miserable for the poor hunter.
industry in the surrouading counties of Glades, Lee Brew-

ard and Palm Beach many thousands of dollars.
The cattlemen of Hendry County are sympathetic with

true sportsmen who hunt only in season and who abide by .

A hunting license would entitle the holder to go anywhere the rules of the State Game and Fish Commission. Most of
them enjey hunting themselves and like most Americanswho
and destroy wildlife where ever he found it, "except on
always believe the greenest pasture or the best hunting
land that had been homesteaded or on farm lands a.duaJ.lY is "over the hill", they would like to hunt on their neighbor'sproperty

under cultivation or on game farms established and licensed as well as on their own. They, like all true sportsmen
in accordance with existing laws and of the rules of the State believe in conservation and not extermination of wild-
Game and Fish Commission". life. If more sportsmen would respect property rights of
cattlemen and landowners ranch lands could be restocked

with dw, turkeys and quail and provide excellent sport for
If you happened to be living in or are engaged in badness responsible law-abiding sportsmen who would first obtain

on rented property and a covey of quail, a deer or turk% permission to enter private property and who would tell the

was in your front yard or even in your living room, a hunter owner where on his property they were going and how long
could legally enter your yard or your home and kill the wiH- they expected to be there. Locks would not have to be

life, and if your horse cow, chickens children happened smashed, fences would not have to be cut nor miles of wire
to get a few stray shots in their hides, it would simply be and poets rammed down by heavy trucks whose drivers were
"an unavoidable accident" because he was licensed to hunt
mad because the cattlemen, be they owners or renters, were
there and your children or stock had no business being in so inconsiderate of the hunters or fishermen as to build
the way and interfering with his pleasure. If your gate or fences to protect their stock.
door was locked when the hunter wanted entrance to your
property he could pour gasoline on it and burn it down, or
drive his truck through it and then run it back and forth
The majority of the members of this association not
over your line fences or, if he was energetic, take an axe and
chop it down, because you would have no right to make it averse to sportsmen-they are sportsmen-and are willing

inconvenient for him. to get to the wildlife',on your property.During to cooperate with other sportsmen in the conservation of
wildlife and the promotion of better sport. Their pastures

and ranches, however, are their places of business-business
the past hunting season hunters, and not all of '
vital and essential to the welfare of H en d ry. County-and
them by any means were from Hendry County, destroyed .
they cannot afford to have those places of business turned
locks gates fences and cow camps in that manner-they set -
over indiscriminately} to irresponsible personsswoods
on fire, killed cattle, some accidentally and some mali
ciously, frightened, disturbed and scattered cattle-all 'of

which cost the property owners and cattlemen thousands of The solution to the problem is simple-and not new-
dollars. because'it'has been worked out in most of the other countiesin

the state and in most of the states of the union-by sports. L

men first asking and obtaining permission to hunt on pri
The dollars of the cattlemen and landowners of Hendry
vate property-whether that be :
County provide in terse part the salaries of: all of the Ceuaty property rented or ownedin
fee simple by the business in "
officials, for the schools, churches, and every public imti man possession. S,

tutiOO in the; cOO ihp.' *-' ;
The cattlemen and business men of Hendry County are

The total taxes paid in Hendry County are $166,225.87.' ready and willing to cooperate with true sportsmen-for bet.

Of that amount more than 140000.00 are paid by cattlemen. ter sport and better sportsmanship.

The Everglades Cattlemen's Ass'n. '

This advertisement was authorized by unanimous vote of the members in attendance at a called meeting of the association held at 8 P. }f., May ; ;
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; making the grade Hi: Tat t B. : a real person* poem m 1888

; day night NBC show has ;g:; ;- e ,- 6 :V:_"t the speaker of the house 6. No. The house is emJIl witi
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+ Make the Most of Your Strawberries* DO YOU get tongue-t.ea and
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t d (See recipe below) flustered when youae to
make introductions'' It" ca'.% to
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Strawberry Favorites avoid embarrassment K hen: \ ou
t know the rule
T* bold you loose oppen tad ...-
Those luscious red berries of '
i i MILTON MERLEs ripe Chicken and Mush- .n comfortably s eesr+. afl day-- _
such we are so fond have a mighty Ir in:nxfoore a n al" a' -a- ererr 4r try dent,.t s mmnt dt..
rooms in Croustade Cases speak the ,,,,Tar s mare :.r,' u' es-- the eowr eafled STA2T. Ko -ete..J'
t .uCCa=t T'-c -. ,:eja fir the short season, but ; manc \ o,d o- vea .'.:5I.;.!. cd powder STaZS M pleassnt-W-sae .
I Milton Ber e Foundation of theMen's today's recipes Slivered Green Beans puw. Get lie tab at nwr-a *
I toeajr: Accept na mbsJiatei
I League in Aid of Crippled should help yon Potato ChipsAvocadoGrapefruit Bti
i. CtII IdreIL Ob 'es-he .wool to pile j make the most oft Salad STAE T Yaa itit

up aaetfeer Haffloa for the National j them. Eat what 'I Beverage

[ Children's Cardiac home m Florida. you can get now Strawberry Sherbet HOUSE x
I Even Hollywood can't lure him } but put up the red I Recipe Given 1l/IuJSufItM.

f away! I 11 ripe strawberriesso 1 !
at MI situ.... ui ran w
i : you can enjoy t ti heat and stir in liquid pectin. Stir

t John Brown starred as "Mehnn i them next winter and skim fruit by turns for 5 minutes A little vinegar added t, the wa- RHEUMATISMNCURmSLUMBACO

Foster" eo "A Date with Judy," is i If you want to have fresh strawberries I'I'i Pour into sterile glasses and ter in whv t--' glasses are

j easily distinguished m the halls of all the year around for cover at once with paraffin.StrawberryPineapple rinsed will!! '. s"mcnd
i Holhrwood's Radio City; he's BSUOy I very special occasions, you may Jam. shine

a l1IIa IIC. Tuesday nights he want to freeze them if you are fortunate Combine equal parts of strawberries e --
l sprats from Judy" to "Amos enough to have a freezing II and shredded pineapple with Make it a habit to turn the ..an- .+ :'

V Andy" immediately ...... ; taut. Otherwise, can them whole sugar equal m dies of saucepans toward the back s

i Thursday nights he's frequently on 'or put them up as marmalade.j weight to the of the stove so that they are

i the Abbott and CosteDo show aod on jam or jelly fruIt. Boil until out of reach of little children. la ra taus .....r ir-a.r sew
I the Eddie Cantor program which If the berries seem a bit expen-I thick and clear, -e- .UiTMt: UI HU U USsTO 4u
{ takes the air as A and C sign off sift, yon can stretch them by us- I as for Jam PourI I While doing close work v.n.1 a I na MK mto n u.aw.gt d s+

c; I -:- j Rag fruits that go weD with them in into sterile J nand fiaahboht it ofM*) becomes neces- iin sill tt,w IMIUOI.U HM

Stager Jaws Carter who has < j_. such as pineapple or rhubarb seal at once sary to use both hands Soil thereis -

; never warbled a note in films Badfet yQaeeanBWg sugar now, too If your taste nothing nearby on which to rest
(she'll soon be seen opposite Glean 1] so yonl have enough for aD turns to cool refreshing the flashlight a simple expedientis

I Ford in "Framed"), will be pnbh- i your needs of the season. desserts to insert it in your shrt co :ar
eized by Columbia Pictures in a 1 i Strawberry Marmalade. v that make use ol -.-
of shots the (Makes 1! ..ance glasses) strawbernes immediately ."
\ i series singing; guest on \Vipie up crease or lqu.d- 1-
t, I air. She was a runner-op in the i 2 oranges then you'll want to hag : mediately after spill.nca\ prevent -
j Metropolitan auditions, so the baridnp 2 lemons onto these two which take it easy I many a nasty fallAapty q
seems a natural far her. But- J- cup water on the sugar supply. Both of thee -0- b

way hasn't Columbia let her sing H teaspoon soda may be made easily in an automatic hewd floor wax :. apt ., f!\ .
J f.r the cameras? 1 quart strawberries refrigerator tray. spray. It does not leave pots and .s #

? cups sugar Strawberry Ice can be polished in half tne time
; V bottle fruit peetfn i (Serves 4) -e-
Pine and Thomas'
Paramount release, "Adventure Island Remove rind from oranges and 34 cap granulated safar Stare felt bats well cleaned and
lemons. Cut off white membrane 4 cup light corn syrup
," will contain several spots of aired covered with paper m a dry
I Force rinds through food chopper. 1 cap cold water .
silent that II place. Dampness may cause mildew
absolutely footage so CALOXfor
t I Add water and soda and brmg to 1 quart washed, balled strawberries .
when bobby aoxers squeal over 1 change to
j boiling point. Cover.. simmer 10 Cook sugar, corn syrup and water -0De.'s -
Rory Calhoun, they did at the
I mamtes AM and lemon until mixture spins a thread or until
preview, frown-up fans won't mill t thermometer rale on glass curtains the to+uc e/ed
i pub with Juice Smarter for 20 minutes registers O8 degrees
Allow the reach
curtains to
oat the Blank :
en dialogue spaces
Mash strawberries and add smile
Add crushed
: the nail to the base of the on jour
ID the sound tract are to be called cower
to well and chiD Turn
Measure of prepared fruit syrup mix
"scream footage." But what if 1Mbobbt' II cups ; apron of the window or to the floor, Efhnu(slns trorla i..asz
add sugar Bring to boiling and boil into freezing tray and let freeze until
aoxers dent scream* I. firm, stirring the mixture j just touching In between lengths tlim..
S minutes Remove from heat; stain enc 1 Helps remore .bring meaD
--+- never look right so gauge your CUI'taia dw natural bum of
fruit i or twice with a fork.Straw"ry yoor
Radio actress Ginger Jones' most S '14 Sherbet lengths as above and allow for ami7t
stand l
prized keepsake came from a cuff mmutes. Serves shrinkage and your windows will 2 A ice ( 4)
of the trousers her .......... Lea i Skim: and Cal i Ilt strawberries look nil dressed. encoortjts Ttiitv ate..
seal m hot, sterile taps wb.i Iw I tonic deer 011 rams
Damon, warn at their m...... Be I' 2 tablespoons lemon jastei -e- ...bell" male diem Sum and
found a few grams of nee there 34 i cap canned sweetened eeftdenstiraiti I Freshly iroaed shirts hung on ros!.Tone ep root smUc....witiiCaloii
had an aid watch of hers made 00 Another straw- P clothes hangers until tone to wear

a, ring with the nee m tike watchauaipaitinint. berry favorite for .. Z egg whites, stttty beaten should have plenty of free space Ana. as J- lllL.s.. t. wIIJ -..-.
j the season is jelly f.." t/ Ind
and gave it to her ontheir I Press measured berries through I between then, especially in warm
first anniversary Ginger is ;I but in this !\ sieve. Add milk and lemon fence i damp ....,. I
the fruit is extended
the ctever newspaper naiiiaaThe iD | recipe precious men chill. Fold in stiffly beaten

Right to Hap hews." I with young strawberry-pink rhubarb egg whites. Turn into reeling tray -

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A few years ago Jean Pierre Au- 5tnry-RlllltNrIt Jelly. until frozen around the edges. Ton I
mont knew little English beyond (Makes 12 ioence: glasses) mixture into bowl and beat thoroughly @fJJ *
jake BE
es" and "no" But wait tfll you cape with egg beater. Return la
hear him in "Atlantis! Seems he 8 eves granulated s gar tray and freeze until firm.
ra in small Virginia : 8 saatta Eqntd pen in If you are lucky enough to have I tfW'N
pent a night jail a 1 IMPROVED (
town during the war, because |} To prepare fruit cut about 1 one of the crank freezers then yWl RAISINS 1 ft i

fee said "yes" to the Iberia when be I pound of fully ripe rhubarb into one- want to make a share of strawberry I '

should have said 'no," and was j' chopper inch pieces Crush and put thoroughly through food and ice cream for the week-... I RAISIN BRAN Eat/ THEYRE SOFTER. ],
Truly there
jailed as a spy. Right away he nothing mare tasty .
made up his mmd to learn to speak i force through the food chopper 1 and delicious than the pale pick ice I .

English as fast as possible i quart of strawberries. Combine fruit cream made with crushed tally JUICIER I GRAND WITH THOSE CRISP I
: and place in jelly bag to extract the ripe berries. Serve it piaai in aB i
; juice Measure sugar and fruit juice its splendor and
need t\
you a :
When AMOS and Andy san .a duet into saucepan and mix. Bring to a thing to go with it. Do be sure to I FLAKES ) NATURAlLY SWEETE
of their
during rehearsal I i:3J
as a Car boil over high heat and add liquid have enough for seconds. beeaase
Tuesday NBC show recently somebody ; pectin at once stirring constantly 1 there nothing better than homemade I t

auditioned recalled vocalists that back at in a 1922 Chicago they : BriDe to a full, rolling boil and boil I crank freezer type strawberry YOU SAVE SUGAR! 4' ?TRY A DISH II i
; hard 4 minute Remove from beat ice cream.Strawberry. iI
station and to their surprise got the and skim Pour into sterile glasses Ice Cream.

job. But after seven months they I and cover with paraffin at once Makes m parts) 1,1d"p yRateit Mmc .b CCYedls I IL
quit of their ova accord; beard a Strawberry Jam is an old favorite Iii caps milk, scalded I

record of Bin* Crosby singing with ;; with hot biscuits on every special 2 eggs, slightly beaten _ _._ _ _._ _.__. _._, j
Pulfhjtrmu's Rhythm Boys and I OCCasion. If you can spare the m teaspoons va&aia extract
refused to compete. three pounds of sugar necessary to Dash of salt

-- make 10 glasses of this delicacy, 6 tablespoons granulated sugar mm
When Madge Meredith worked as then here are the directions: *. cap corn syrup (light) IDIII
cashier m JOth-Foi's cafeteria she Strawberry Jam. IV* caps heavy cream

made a screen test, but had left the Makes 18 '-eaDu glasses) I quart washed, hulled strawberries ADVERTISERS OFFER CONSUMERSA
stadio by .the tone executives got : I caps prepared berries Vt cap sugar

around to seeing it Bat RKO saw 3 pounds (" cups) sugar Stir milk mto eggs in top of doable !.
tins test signed her. and she's 14 of an 8-onnce bottle liquid pectinTo boiler Cook until mixture coats FREE CHOICE OF A WIDE RANGE

prominently featured in "Trail I prepare fruit place 2 quarts of the spoon. Stir in vanilla salt. 8 I
Street" fully ripe berries through a food tablespoons and
sagar corn syrup;
chopper; or, crush completely, one Cool then aid cream. Mash strawbernes OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISEB1

Columbia used 3 extra firemen layer at a time Measure sugar and and add to them ** cap gig
wbea making scenes in "Her Hus- I' fruit into saucepan, mix well and &r. Fold in custard mixture. Freeze

band's !airs." The reason: Several bring to a full rolling boa Stir constantly in a two quart freezer using 8 parts Iff

hundred extras were sporting before and while boiling of crushed ice to one part of salt. I _
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GLADES COUNTY should ll."give every possible aid tates, most anyone in fact, but NBC i dim-witted individual responsiblefor
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to make our educational efforts the /.. : ,' I vice-presidents It seemed that an I their dilemma. Public relation
DEMOCRAT I ,,' ._ and contact men tore
very kit available for the greatest .. : NBC vice-president had about the executives

MOORFilAiE.r, FLORIDA number of children. That Iswhy ; same batting average as a Sacred their, hair oat by th* roots, ran

we should place the teaching :, Cow of India. around in circles aad went stark

Entered as econd-cla matter. May profession on the very highest of'' < Allen backed by his agency, refused staring mad biting themselves and

I 1S27 at the Poctofflce at Moore planes. pay well those who A4 I to eliminate the offensive!! frothing at the month
Haven Florida, under the Act of of b'I".1 f In the meantime competitive networks
he gift instructions
Cf'lJllrr"8 of March S. 1SSTIMbUihrd ..... reference and fond thai NBC was
weed those who. rt !' the press and the public m
perl and oat ; fl !! serious When be started to pall

gardlss of degrees art f,,; er I tin little gag the following Sunday general had a regular Roman holiday -
Every Friday:: 0 7TIIK 1 tbe affair No one so
misfits in the teaching profcc-ion j over
rl.AIf! PRINTING: CO, |M>. vt-nins. he was promptly cot :
to -
CARR FI:TTLF:. Fvt>Mi.kr It is possible that a great wand i / the air. Radio listeners didn't' unfortunate as carry

of the children yon meet on the I' \.j ( \ I !,1'0what bad happened until trious title of Ytce-preaident dared
I II to show his face in public with the
street today will have is great a II' \\ -;';per dispatches tile next
,......rl.'. ..... I possible exception of Henry WaUace.
in the lift the whole
part oi t o+tr descendcutf :" miff: told stOry.
0 e Year _____ :EaOetz wouldn't if be had
u -- and he probably
1 250 years hence a- t la- fluid :., r radio comedians including i I
MM tb. .____ ___ .._.__ u.8v1EANDE'R..lLYGS .-: Ifl" ,.. not been la a position to point out
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i If they all had tin same ad\ Hate and Red Skelton took I
; 'I that he was an "EX. and not reallyan
tages. the same {'d'll anon the an-I .1,' \t ;,<'1'Ilea bad been cot off I

10.e. what betttr .bui< would : -It-! i i h _in to shoot barbs in the dilinn active vlllian
sanity returned to Radio
child have -who comes into the \\ of NBC vice-presJdeau. .\nand
<- I NBC regained its sense of
about 23uO \, D I ..;/.II, eI unbelieving public City
humor Humbling itself, it extend-
:i. ud these favorite promptly cataft --
By Carr Settle The little fire at tbe ice plant How Ui",,' .,, ;. ," ,: "' t,' hIa ; the air as was Allen ed an olive branch ana offered to

this morning direct fine owth'r t ..:.1 ;.t.? this make amends by electing Mien,
once more attention It seemed unbelievable that
Sunday is Mother Day. Do you to the complete disorganiza- pair tf hnn+ .i i. -- "L: ,1;.. :. : Hope and Shelton as vice-presidents
with and influence
best to observe it properly. If one power Stripped of their dignity, NBC
tion effective firefighting for it
enough to pull radio switches on
possible go to tee her speed uWKfc was some time after the whistle State Home Calls coaat-to-eoast coald bees vice-presidents were thrown to the
time possible with her and program wolves and the whole world was
as blew before the fire could be lo-j
dumb to such
a* censor popular
let bur know that your love for beIs cated. There were plenty of volunteers For Parents For entertainers for so little cause Invited to tear them to bits.

a* great as always even if the to man the truck and wereas Preferring to die a natural death
Scores of ChildrenScores Never in the long history of
peens< of everyday living or natural helpful as they knew how to I the three comedian promptly refused -
and radio had such ...in-
press an
from display- such doubtful
reticence keeps you be but efficient fire-fighting can to accept a

ing It If you can't be with her only be done through practice andeach ine censorship ever been enforced. : honor figuring life was difficult
of utterly homeless Florida The Federal Radio Commission with I
send her a letter, or at least a telegram person having a job and do- i I enough as radio comedians without
boys and girls from ten to six-
all its sins and orasislons never
No gift quite takes the place ing It. City Marshall Joe Crews being handicapped with such a title.
teen years of age, now under the went that. Stalin
as far as Joseph
of a personal expression of appreciation I Bas retired recently to perfect a We don't know Just who was responsible -
care of the Children's Home So-
himself would have hesitated to give
for wbat she has done volunteer fire department but for the -tempest la a tea-
ciety of Florida are pleading with such an order. Even Mortimer
for you. though he can find many volunters.he pot" but if we had our way we
Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg the State
Snerd with all his stupidity would
finds that they all want to hold would sentence the poor dumb
Superintendent for the thirty-
past have
never pulled such a screwball
A school official handed us a practice sessions at different times. cluck to listen regularly to the
six years, for good homes, with stunt.
pamphlet last week and guaranteedthat It's easy to disregard the necessityfor Henry Morgan show on the American
good foster parents, who will accept Listeners almost to a man stood ;
if we'd read It we'd find some a fire-fighting force when there I network. When It comes to
them in every way as membersof squarely behind Allen and
Interesting and thought-pro- radio. Henry can put Al1euHope' ,
thing are no fires but it's disastrous to I ribbing
the family permanently to provide Skelton.
For the better part of a
Yoking. Of course we promised tread not have one when emergency and Skelton to sbame.
for them love care, educationand
week the storm that raged over the
it, as we do hundreds of other arises. And that can be hour "
attention any a fair chance to "make good beads of NBC officials had a tor- The state of Colorado contains
that brought to our
things are of the
day or night. We've Just
and while our Intentions are Families who offer their homes nado looking like a Spring zephyr. four great lakes They are San Lula
been lucky lately.
good and we're fundamentally honest to these older boys and girls are Kindly gentle, sane vicepresidentstook park, Middle park, North park and
not required to legally adopt them, it the chin
that I on along with the South park.
it is seldom
in our promise Reports Here this week that A.I
but they must be persons of good
we ever do more than take a casual L. Morgan, formerly manager of .
health, habits and character, able ;
glance Parkinson's Store, is critically ill
financially to provide a reasonably I
But we did read this phampletand In Harbin Hospital, Rome, Ga. A comfortable home and at least a I..

we did find it thought-provok letter or a card from his friends grammar school education. '

ing So much BO that we're passing here would help to paw away the The Home Society in turn will GENERAL ELECTRIC

to long, uncomfortable hospital hours
on a resume yon
gladly give information as to
The story is concerned with a The room is 44 The same kind of APPLIANCES AND SERVICE
health, habits, disposition and fam-
wealthy capitalist, one who bad medicine would probably help Tax
ily history of each boy or girl and
come from less than a humble beginning Assessor I. E. Scott who is recuperating -
will allow a full year before any MAYTAGAPPLIANCES
; one who had been favored at his home here from a
permanent arrangement or agree-
by special gifts from an unknown severe heart attack suffered last
ment to rear the child is required.
ancestor which enabled him to lift week-end .
There are many pairs, trios, quar- AND SERVICE
himself above his environment and
I.1 tettes and two quintettes of homeless -
become a very wealthy man. ThinkIng -
Negro youngsters that "Daddy" Faggis
General Electrical
of his own struggle against Contracting
anxious to find good homes for,
poverty he was seeking an answerto Youth Apprehended
where these children can grow up
how he might use. his money, i together Complete Line Fluorescent FixtureMoore'

not only to "provide for his sixyearold In Feed Mill Theft The children are all normal,

eon but for a grandson tea I healthy, well behaved youngsters, Haven Appliance Co.E.

generation. in the future. II Sheriff J. J.Wiggins stated this willing to be helpful and to do .

The .capitalist took his problemto week that John Livingston, a 17- their full part In, every way Theyare

an atteney, who was also a socialist year-old negro youth and a former not old nor experienced enough C. Byrd

of some prominence. The employee of Woburn Chemical Corporation to be farm hands, cooks or maids.
attorney first asked him to figure was arrested in
I recently Here is a chance for generous

the number of ancestors he himself I Newberry and has been charged families to render a truly great

had 250 years before, or ten gene- with breaking and entering the feed and lasting service Fall Information -

rations and he was astounded to plant several weeks ago. will be gladly given by "Daddy" Rom where I .
realize that he was descended from sit-.byJoc Marsh
The youth Is being held under aSOO Fagg, whose address is 403 Con-
1024 the of 'I
ancestors at beginning
$ cash bond for appearance at solidated Building:, acksonville 2, .i 1
that period. The capitalist was then
circuit court but is said to have I Florida.
told to reverse the process and :
confessed to the robbery and may .kWhere's
he would find that his blood would "OJ "
request a hearing prior to the court
mingle with that of 1023 other an- the Argument?
term to enter a plea of guilty
cestors of his own generation then -'< +C..
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living in this grandson ten genera-

tions away. Ice Truck Afire At
Too Late To ClassifyBv You should have heard Ed Carey urns buttermilk. Folks who',.
After pointing out that in the
Plant This
blood of this far-away grandson MorningThe sad Spike Miller debiting the never tasted beer will sometimes

RUSSELL KAY merits of Guernseys versus Holget mighty vehement about their
there would be mixed the blood of

the poor and the wealthy, the law- fire department was calledto "k -X steins. Ed's our firechief, and Spike choice of beverages And folks

abiding and the criminal, the ignorant the ice plant this morning about handles hardware-but to hear who',.never tasted buUtrmilk a ill

and the educated, the capitalist nine-thirty to extinguish a blaze Thanks to Henry Wallace and them argue you'd have thought that be equally pig-headed.

I which originated in the the National Broadcasting Company they'd been dairying for life.
was made to see that the only way From where I sit, it's in things
he could use his to give this seat of the cab and quickly spreadto vice-presidents stole most of Finally
money the headlines they put it up to Sam we know nothing: about that we
last week Riving
boy his chance 250 years hence was the gasoline tank beneath the newspaper readers and radio listen- Carter, who breeds dairy cows! get bigoted and stubborn. But

to use it for giving a Christian education seat Sam hems and haws and
ers something to think about besides conwhen it comes to things we kno v
to the children now living Fire extinguishers from the truck
Moscow conference and Tex- dudes there's a lot to be said for a tot about, we're able to both
pointing out that some of our and the plant and several privatecars
as disasters Holsteins, and about as much for sides ..be tolerant and reasonable
greatest universities have been endowed were used before the flaming
I While the administration was Guernseys take your pick! and abeve all, understanding
j by who have gasoline damage
wealthy men was extinguished and '
; caught this vision I to the truck was not great. A wondering just how it might pat a Actually, Ed and Spike were like

i I This little story fits our lives as foam extinguisher used by J. A. 'I muzzle on an ex-vice-president, people arguing about-say, beer
another vice-president his leader ...
well as it fitted whenever that story Mulling was the most effective one .
I II feelings hurt took it himself
; WM written. That is why we should found against; the gasoline fire. upon

I W exultant this week that our state to ian.muzzle a popular radio comed- < ,.,';" [ ";. [ ,,, ( : '. :" .

I baa passed the necessary l Ipcir: : Commenting the fact that tin
to put our schoolm .i mu h 'acd: 4:, MMT-S of age when be be- I

higher bracket than Th.h:1\ f' I.'::,' P; "!'i'"T,1! of the nited I program bad been cut off the air i

previous h.,PD. Tl'at i >* .'\ w. ," h. first timeRoughage the previous Sunday evening when .r :u. ,..__ '
it would have ran beyond itsl 1 .

allotted time fanny man Mien triedto

. N4,; get a laugh by explaining to his HOMOGENIZEDVITAMtN

audience the following Sunday that I

the NBC had a vice-president in

charge of program timing who Its !1 Dl MILK

lentil to all programs and made '

note of those that ran over; he
sated up this salvaged time and
And Other Alfa Products
then he had enough to total 'wo

wttks te went on a vacation using:

t rt' time he had saved in this mann AVAILABLE AT YOUR

r I

: \ !- the usual custom Miens GROCERY AND

1 IDAIRY I FEE < ; ,-Ili i agency had submitted'

: : -, 1 'lit io the NBC several days : DRUG STOREALFAR

.: :n jth ante Noting the ref<-reuci *- .

t" .1\ \'ice-pr.a.IeDt, some bird-
and Concentrated Feeds ':
t r"ined screwball, bat.. eVidently one i
1 '
I[ with plentv o* authority rnlt-d that .

Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users ', titer had overstepped the rules of :.

I : propriety in referring in such a.

FOR SLE. I\ THIS KEVT DH11PR1IG PLANT I\ low and jocular rein to one so imI' w
portant and dignified as an NBC I j

I' vice-president and ordered the offensive Phone 20 Belle
Glade Fla. and
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) paragraab removed from ,

MOORE 11.\'EX, FLORID* the script.I West Palm Beach, Fla.

Radio eoaimHaas might joke I
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FRlD.\ '. MAY 9, 1MT
0 C C eGG eGG G Q G G I a G I a GaG a G G GaG aGe Q GO ; 0 ; G 0 C Q 0 U .
100 0 C Q : I tended by several local members. with Idral BoY.n ac presWeat sad FIR T METHODIST CHfKCHCkarck

\ nominating commute composed -1\ Jimmy Jenkins: aa secretary \Y. s. 1hU'm&, }1i&i.tf'r

I ( of Mr*. Gladys Stalls MnFaroam All of tile boys have some kind: -

I'k : and Mn C. C. Klatts was I of agricultural: project-gardening. Sc* ol 19:M a. nCfcarck .

I PERSONAL SOCIETY 11 named to aakmit a date of officersto cattle., poultry even been and are Wo 'Stal,. 11:06 a. BL

i iMr the Den meeting of the cub oa I working hard oa these projects cad You UTe a cordial iavitaUoa towonbip

the fourth Tkanday of May getting them te shape before the > oack Sunday SBonuas ia

" .1 There wefts some ftfteea old members 4-fi camp is bald in July at Caap the Methodist Caarea.::: ttt able

; ......... II .:...... . ._._._ ........ .. _. .. & of the dab present the two I McQaame at Ocala. j' parpoae 15 to create the eoadttkau
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new members, Mn. Probst aad. The flab meets every first and 1 of worship whereby a person tight
sod Mrs. L M. Lilly were Miae Mary Aaa Draugka, a stuseat -'
in Mrs W S. Boremsn and a visitor thIrd Wednesday at the school daring -i come into) the praouatie of Bad and
kaiaad OB bvainea Monday.Mr at South Georgia College. CoJ- Mrs G. )I. Phillips o: \api -s.Rtreshmeats an afternoon period that ProfM : find inspiration and rlT agta. We

f lee Ga., armed tort v t -t t-rd.iY' of ice drinks and E. 4cnisun PH fo. the purpose art no more free t' .' '.. not
cad Mrs R. T. Abel were for the weekend.Engo.e : !
iwukie were staved at tAE eon- tc worship than 't ,,:. Or
la Pakokae Monday OB busing. I
I l :Uf Boyles. O C Mitchell and : '
+ c; we starve awcrdir: rood
Mrs. J. C. SvtadaU was a natter A C Hateainsoit attended the Field : Bear Bead Pool Fund Planned Y. <>a:. .\tt e" w,.;.....p and F test
: Big
in Years
Tuesday Day at the Beite Glfcdf Expt:lu tntJ '
; tc,> we*>fc Hy your own csyoriaace
Stauoa laSt Fridar |I Chapel Service StmiiayMother For 311t Of May
a. A. Wffiiama waa a kaateoatto : i iMas I
visitat Tampa Monday.r. I Wanda Fare loder anived! PARa: izr orB AIR TIi

Jut meat from Stetsoa Voiversitv !I 'g Day will be celebrated Mr Emma Mailer. thai,.. of Ii

J. W. Drake of Tampa abulbaals ... a to apead tbe weekend with heraraue tt Big Pear Beach chapel, Lakeport the finance committee for the j i f'O(- D-Cow marked CM* aaaer

Idl_lir bore TaeNy nttt.Yr. Mr and Mn R D. Yoder. i iKev I by a service at noon with the RerAieiacdtr swimming pool f.... said this week !.I bali crop swallow fork one ear

Lisa speaking oa. "Mary. that arrangements have bPd madeto ,!! and cropPI*' bit te otker ear

... Hire R Bee were kasivtefcon lied Mn Joan A. Moore the Mother of Jesus:' An oppor- hold another dance as a pool I[ Brand Arrow-F Owaar get te teach
aestt ia Fart My sad II tunity will be given for to benefit on May 31, this time in the
n Tuesday. bialy daacxter were Tialton pareata with Tree Story, Hi. J. Mean Have -
Sunday Ia Oweaa Fla.. R*T. Moore 1 1fiJIIq I present their children for bap- newly completed building of W. B. I *. itpFOft .
.. tit: Sammerall was n Fort die paten at tae Baptist I ttea Former residents ofJar Norton Jr.. oa Avenue I.

T rNlwt aaa aaataaai trip TaeadayI. AnnL ""Beacfc atteadteg the celebration This bun.... a sixty by eighty-I .\LFr-L
t. Avaaae K
I foot Quonset but with concrete ;
as a "Homeeeariag day 1 11..

W. aaftoa aad Bokky eaten Miss Marcant Vaa De Veld will reoogaiaed la the aerrice. Picmk floor is npiCly aearfag completion:: Savage Radio Waaktec x.... Macktee Nina ;Taraer.Overtone -

...* te Fart flyers Wedaeadayr. be ao.e today froa Soadk Georgia dinner will be served cafeteria style I and the apaetoaa floor will provideone Have
Box 1(4. Moore, Fla. ltjiao >
of the beat for dance
CoHe e to apead tae weed with oa tables built under the popaak I spots a

afief.. Fred A. Fteadcn bar pare Mr aid )In. Joe Vaa croft by the sided the ckarck I the community ka ever ..... Noequipment

IIt tits soot.tad to Fort Laader- De VoldeMr A gospel song service and brief i win be. placed te the ARMY SURPLUS

tlbbs.fit.. miaaice win follow Late ea..e n bnOdiac. it to understood nntfl Barracks bafldisgs lisle, I x321CX46. .

aad Mn. Freak Vehri aad win be welcome to tile dinner aid:I after the dame is held. :11100 and other Mndin I.

aid Mn H. C. aa..... of cklldrea of Mtaati apeat tae week- later aervice if unable to arrive for Mrs Margaret Famam treasurer sold as is or kaotked dawn in sectlo&s -

AM4a wet visitors here oa TarsBail ead bore, Mn. Veltri sad the ekil- the noon meeting A cordial invitation I of tbe pool association, said this and delivered also plumbing.
_. Bran fUyteg OB for several day ic extended to aU former week that the treasnrv now has $!,- etc Will be ia Ft. :Myen in a few-

tender visit this week residents and friends of the community I 556 01 on hand. days. Interested address S. Bow-,

Rovkee teitt of teal to I as, GHL Del, Ft. Myers Fla .

hire today wh a group a! frieedis Mr. aad Yeti R C. Vorkee were | New Wire Recorder Ap.:5-4tp. )

a tliiilrt trip. ifl AitMia Taaodar. Mra. Torkeeeeatar I
Adult Union
I Baptist
ta the Mpiu! tae for I I I Installed By, Come FOR S1LE-Two-wheel trailer wttB.

Organs Kelly of Fort Lauderdale medical atteetioa. She expects to To Have Mother's -- I ball and socket hitch, good con-

was a basteess vfefcor here rp ter- return tae next week for an I! The law offices of CouPe and I II dition |:5.00 Fred Jenkins. xx.HOME .

;; day. OfeI'adoL __ Day Program Joficsen haTe installed tail week >
" !I a Pierce wire recorder which is said '

c frs. G. M. Phlttf, at Nantes toN Misses trees Scott cad Betty The BapUet Adalt Traiaiag Union', to be fully as effecient as a dicta-f!
c .>adteg few Clay of Peaoacola' spat ttveraldayt
a days with her mother : will bare a special Mother's Day phone and much less expensive.
Mn. J. C. SwtedslLSeaay bore over the week-cad aid
i program on Sunday eveai&g. May In this machine the voice of one
I tkfc weok. Miss Scott te reauiaiaf
11. at 7 (18 o'clocdel iariie all giving dictation ie recorded on a
l 9UI1 and Billy Kakteaea at hems this week Mea.aH of the I adalte to be preeeat fine wire and can be taken off by t

i Mseaded a weak;-eM koase-party at eerxMM ill__ of her father.Artlnr Since this to Motkers Day. we a stenographer either through ear : r i,
:Cephne.. eath. Mt.
eapedalty urge all pareata to be phases or loudspeaker After being
Womatk left this week preeeat at this boar played over the wire clean Itself oratlo
Dr. and Mn. T. W. Weeks aad to spead a few day in St. Petersburg The adults of the training natoa and can be used over and over
Harden Ann of Fort Myers were before golag on to Oaiaeeville again
are striving to make their program
here for the we.keadTO to eater school He recently received I
each Sunday aa Interesting a. po -
j his diploma from the local tfWe aad yoa are invited to Join i Daniel Is Appointed
Miss __ Hawe.keU spent high school i CANNING'S8EoTT
tkea M that yon too may bare apart
the weep with relative ta in this great training and Volunteer Recruiter i i1 iI 2-iece *oal IdClizmber

I Twenty-Three New teething of the Bible I u. .... __ ........- .. tWill -

Mr ti i Taylor-of Lakeland kii Members Added ToWoman's On Friday evening. May 1C, at B. (. Daniel has been appointed *j p.m red n-.. .. dubs uf
7:.. .'(*1.. the add anion IB volunteer recruiting officer In Nfl .... ral iw y-
visiting her OB, H. C. Taylor aid ........ed .....
Club social the
Mn.' .. Hall hating regular the r. S. Naval Reserve for Inactive ..............-
,c I church reereatton groa&ds. All duty la the Navy's new program to 10 DOMI : Ins .. ..

: Mr and ),,1'--1". MeUwate ofFabftkee I At the regular meeting of the admits are tartted to be present build op Its reserve strength ftf1t ......rrmy-- 4
I This Modal will be a covered dish This program enables men. both .... im5 w sm b.
spent the week-eetf with Wo.aac Club at the clnbkoase yesterday
sapper no rome oat aid bring a veterans and non-veterans, to enlist kY c..
.Mj.. ajadr s. Ralph Wood. I afternoon two new member dish or reenlist in the U S. Naval ,- = +. 7-.r-
i were present and tbe names of tail AMP
here at borne at theirown .
- Mr'ad Mn E. P. Ewing and I tweaty-one others were submitted Reserve right 'I Pert UDUI
Fifth convenience This enlistmentis
}..li---we ta Fort Mvers Sunday i and voted .s new members. I Bozeman Thanks I
strictly for Inactive duty and a A11'OUI
:$ afters oearY I Mrs J. W. Adkins presided at tbe I II Gloatse
: j I Grade for Help In member may resign of bit own freewill i I _
meeting in the absence of Mrs. Can-

: *%r afl'Mrs. Gee. W. Riddle! I'' Settle, temporary president Mrs. 1 Cancer Fund DriveThe I More at any complete time. details wait be

Lakeland spent the week-end here L E Farnam gate a report on the ,
gives in emb.e Beat issues of thispapor
with Mr Riddle's sister Mrs J. State Federation meeting beld re- I -
W \dk I school and their teacher Mn L. R contact Mr. Daniel e

: Yates are very proud of the note I \!
!for thanks sent them by Rev Seott The first agricultural experiment

I Bozeman tbto week tkaakiag them station te the United States was establtoked -

: for their efforts in kekaH of the at "WesJeyan ncvers'yConsectknt

cancer fund drive of which ke toconntv J.tH1eto u.. In 188.

1 Last Times Today i ckatrsaaa I II
Tbe letter te ae follows: !
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Dear Fifth Grade:

i i Calendar Girl I Tour generous response! to tile
cancer drive was meat oatataadiag

: If every perm in this treat load :
i I of ours bad your vtoton toad iaterest A ,

this world would aooa be a

.':i SATURDAY ONLY I better place ia which to live Many i! Make Your ..
II I thanks to you and your wise teacher i ..
Bob Steele in lay God help as to conquer :
I \ ((7 Plans Now
the dread disease of cancer

I Son of Oklahoma I I SincerelvStott. Bozeman I M- To Come to 4

II Dot Skipper :To Spend L! Fort Myers!

I SUNDAY and MONDAY !I i Summer In New Mexico

II I Teaching Bible School Wbetier yon are Wereet-

Vis> lw;ro Mkifwr; .. \ a ed ia be*.Coi beackeR.
_ : I'I fresh .r **K water ft bhir. -
at arren-Wd C C i" > \t ws Cartoon i 4 -
Jeanne rain .r \ I Carolina wrote friends h.. ;1 -- 1 .afl1th <<. tropical is

" I j i j w H-t .. that she baa been rb, -. ': t ::---::=. lands, Sight We or artydeg
j ,.f three students from
II j Ollt'
:: TUESDAY and WEDNESDAYPerfect Fort Mven fc-
Carolina tc fl' 'f :r.ri: Ft. N "

'fS:: Mexico, tr do r:- *; ,ara *r y the varatieaianj for the

I Marriage Bible school .-iAfter s't mfcrie family.

; a w"f'\O i-.... .r.; ina:...

: ; FEOle f1rfUi' :: b, apiit in:.
Loretta Young. Daidien I teams of foes a::i t it and fo ant Male your plan sew to

I varioc'!; cant-.t.rt: ,, teach for 1 1 ) spend yoor varatfea tbis
:.;:i Colored Cartoon, Lonesome Stranger .
I fne weeks. TN : ..1- alder the r sIIatarca k Lee Coaaty
. t.
- I superrmon and .L' I. ,:rd of !Visions
wfre.. write or poone
: THURSDAY and FRIDAY I I of tile Pre! bvter..in Cbimn
. mot' ',-T f sly iaforat&Uoa to-
of Amazons II 53 Members Earoifcd
: I In Local 4-H Club

COMING MAY 18 and 19 I; Tt.t -jwjia-e has- been. fa overt ..rive
TO'-Y D\\"YD, SFX'..MCR.Lee .
I :.r'raing to Crnn' Agent; A.. G.
Alan Ladd in C
I hinaoa't organization of a
,,\s foB flab here that ke to a'- Cnu: : of Commerce

Two Years :Before The Mast I IT "tdr uuaildi'rrnft pleas tar apli*. Fart 1fyen, Ila. to"!

I 'inp the dab Cato S9ilter oaf I l

.. ... i, :hat may k. .*". s.*y operat 'CO\ ;'''.\'Oo: -"_ ..'" --G.;>:;. ""'! ;'t..a..: I
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NEWS ci Says :

Strawberry Potholder for Gifts ,

Find Your Own Cure

Grape Leaf Doily// to Crochet I II BEHINByPAUlMALlON hU Syn41 ..-WNTJ Features.

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Re:eased by Western Newsvaoer Cnf+m. 1II



WASHINGTON. Musings upon
reading Harold Stassen's interview

with Generalissimo Stalin:

f 1 1tt11 "Stalin assures Stassen press
1a abroad distorts Soviet News." (My

goodness gracious, Stalin assuresus i

we are always wrong, again. Is I A'j1.' I'1' l
t.ere any news in that?) I f
"Calls Herald Tribune outstanding I

pw newspaper." (I hope he never :
a ylt (nll I
me an outstanding journalistb
cause then I will know I am I


"Now accredits its correspond

eat." (Aha! I see the Trib got its

man into Moscow permanently and

yrp, "permanently" I do mean at
Stalin's future pleasure.)

"Says be tried ending censorship,
: u I
tot bad results." (When I never "$** x t'e his fmt kith Ie bllS 4' ywanOtr who W bees lollllll 1- bears

rd's! m'ra o ?. :.4 r t heard of it A man with so much to Barber m *garbage c**"
conceal must necessarily have censorship

w7 .5384 "MOSCOW Stassen talk with BE A M/RSFS AID

i Stalin; subject Russo American

i press relations (Two people who are years ago there was I* middle life many tlsllll0

experts on the subject?) While Stas AFEW town a young wom feel a sense futility.. Life sass !

'sen making fact-finding tour." (I'll healthy 35, well-mar- to bate lost its purpose, its brigbt .

bet the only facts he got in Moscow ried to a faithful, good man and promises. The daily round of caring -
Lovely CenterpieceUERE'S were those given by Stalin's peoplefor
the mother of sons of 11 and 9. for her children and providing -
their )
a crocheted doily to own purposes. Yet she fell victim to despair.She .
a borne br
Ai "Stalin a comfortable for
treasure cleverly designed says he tried relaxation of ;
5333 around a center arbor hung with censorship with unsatisfactory "re didn't know it was despair; !' husband no longer satisfies. When \

five-inch bunches of round grapes suits because the American news she was not a weak or self-pitying I' this oppressive feeling of uselessness ,

and big three inch crocheted paper made the Soviet governmentout woman. She only knew that by tomes on, she scarcely knows i
to be a zoological garden." (In slow degrees, her life fell into a I
leaves. Completed it is 20 inches if bat to Jo. i
other words, if the American news- state of vague blankness of frus-I
GIANT strawberry potholder and is wonderfully easy to do. Pemberton into !
1\ A tration of doubts and Molly drifted
paper will print what Stalin wants dissatisfac'l
kitchenanda as a dining table centerpiece
" to brighten
and never make a mistake, he tions that were entirely Ibis unhappy mental state. She I
in white.
gift to delight your friends! This ecru or I
practical holder measures IVi might relax censorship, and he is to own normal nature.It teas 1), the mother of two boys I

i inches and is crocheted of red To obtain complete crocheting instructions : be the sole judge of when a mistake wasn't the war, although that :i her husband was faithful and a I

i thread seeded in and for the Grape and Leaf Doily (Pat has been made.) did cast a shadow over everything good provider. Sbe fought against
green I
tern No. 5384) large detail of leaves and
I trimmed with separately crocheted grapes send 20 cents in coin your name RUSSIAN 'ACCIDE \'yS' and she felt it It was far more per- this mood frustration,. as long
leaves. It's address and pattern number. Stalin replied that the refusal to sonal than that. It was that Peter I
I green fun to as she could being a sensible,
; make! admit a permanent New York and the boys, while really needing but at last
: SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK: Herald Tribune correspondent had her-no doubt of that-still seemedto courageous woman,

To obtain complete crocheting instructions 'I' S39 South Wens St. China{. 7. ILL been the result of 'an accident in be escaping her more and more. sbe realized sbe would bare to
for the Giant Strawberry Holder Enclose 20 cents for Pattern. do something.
his his
Of Peter had
.I I our policy. ( course they never weekly poker,
(Pattern No. 3333) tend 20 cents in coin, I
:your name, address and pattern number. No. make mistakes in Russia. They only golf, his business lunches, his busi- She consulted a psychoanalyst.At .

i Due to an unusually larg demand and'j Name--_____ _____ make accidents. Me und an atheis ness trips. The boys were absorbed first be seemed to help her, but
, current conditions slightly more time is tic Gott, which is me, too But completey in their own school and < '
required In filling order for a few of the Ad1r______ after the third visit she realized
most popular patterns. i sometimes Stalin cannot be so sure club life, gym and skating. Saturday j that be could do nothing for her
his atheistic self-Gott does not lead movies, scout activities, comic i
f real trouble. Her doctor advised
I him into, er, ah, what. shall we say papers. She could win Peter occa-
NO LONGER WAKES UP + accidents) sionally to an affectionate and com- her to go to sanitarium, but she

"It is an outstanding newspaper," panionable mood; she could snatch said the expense would make Ibis

3 TIMES A NIGHTas he said. (Gosh, these Russians are kisses from the boys when she per- impossible, and that she bad to

site did for I RMoths before swttckiagUFotejtte certainly learning how to get pub- sonally superintended their baths, care for the boys.

( ae*bdM-a>4-Uad Thrdtnddaetar' report i typical of quicker.., take the leading Republican jour-
tctt -Nr.+N 1gM/r.d Molly Pemberton began to havea
loo.-U.UM benefit iron ratchmc to Foley met a nurse and found out bow
gr Naar dr nal is
a i a.d. which incidentally really
(Uw kidoey-bUdder) Fill*. Broken sir*? la el dreadful feeling of the futility and
from night urges BOW kwon to ram mostlymUa4brtmlatwM t0 -A r.I e Rorsa oyne Ion of Bluk wyv what that newspaper is, and they waste of life. Time was rushing too much in need the hospitals are of
not the kdney To x Lr.l sd make. 6 salve themselves to two volunteer help. Molly became a
talus up a
Wur protect your rent: rnteh kidneyumuUntimly US fast and bringing too little. "Oh,
they bays pill. dUe4ik UM Foley Amelia actm nsad.-Utt K+ < )I't k Hors'ns of eRwure 6as sal'at la a.I. column top head and a completely what does it matter and what's the nurse's aid, working afternoons.

=*bixUrr POHQT mlattmu.>.oUun(IM Uke then snits tS J S r ed laaugrs detailed story on page 1.) use?" her thoughts began drearilyto Tbis new interest now absorbsall
yet. lalMTov 6 d them f*r mar*Mtisfcetory wreiullwrengcbe "Two days after the interview (no
reiterate.She her effort. She also has
t CI4IuICAL COif, could get one), the
-.;. fought on as well as she appreciate the peace and comfort
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aT **=%v<>4 iMJim.il i tr. Soviet correct government the 'accident actually and beganto approved could, concentrating on good meals, of her home in a new way.

i r7i1rTTrnilTWICE! fresh rooms, homework, Peter'smagazines
the admission of a permanent
the boys' boots and
To hold year loose uppers and lowers correspondent of the Herald
comfortably secure all day-and Tribune. (Well, well, well It had sweaters. She went conscientiouslyfour izing because a baby would net
every day, try dentists amazing discovery IS MUCHnuouuM afternoons a week to the Red come. Because this was an Italian
caned 8TAZK. Not ** with 'accident' the
a mes BTAZ u pleasant-to-ifi Cross and of there she to Italian
powder course were quarter, began study
Tribune made in accepting the full
Get J5c tub at JELL
paste. druggist
today-I Accept no substitute ,, page ad of the Communist party, friendships, talks with other women and discovered that she had a gift
Suds III on us BwI.sr-of Lawmotd HSS. Twiot ffmL about ways to cook broccoli and what for languages. She knew from tale
STAZE tar MINI Idl ::* &a7 w': !Md bane taMsd.other MmfC** W carrying the patent the medicine propa-not color to paint the sitting room walls. beginning that in this bard, hot,
ganda so raw party was I
-- thankless work lay her salvation, so
even allowed to palm it off on a con- Went to Psychoanalyst.But .

miOtitlM'SittV AT ITS;IIS? gressional committee, and inviting the fright the sense of nothingness she never missed a day.
Republicans to send in their con- Dome Became Luxury.
_..- went on, and finally Molly
I tributions to the cost of the ad.)
Freshly ironed shirts hung on pay sought the advice of a psycho- To get home to her fresh clone
And soon. and soon. how
analyst. She cried so violently during house, her gay little boys and
Of't' s th h., jc"s ., L. tie to wear long, how ?
ISI.5 saa\N ...d 1: t\ o: rl l, city ,r free space At the risk long of making... 'an acci the first sessions that she her tired husband became a luxury

tdo I tweeT t. "'i pt\iaiy! in warm dent' myself because I am only a I couldn't get anywhere at all but she I, Comfortable meals, her white soft
,': W".1t".t'o went again. In all she went three bed her.book and her lamp were M
U. ip
of 28
newspaper man years' experience times. Then the silliness of lyingon many miracles. Molly was the JUt
how these
watching things
a leather couch trying to remem- of the dinner table. Every day
work from the inside I would
I I SWAP! CRAQKLB! AND POP! 5X/ i the explanation might, be found say in ber whether or not her mother ever brought her a new short story, rift
was unjust to her overcame Molly from the heart of life.

I these following facts. and she went home. But the crying Peter got interested because she

i\ CAMPAIGN: LAGGlXGStassen's went on and she could not seemto interested herself. flee
was so
!! presidential campaign pull herself together.The house, her boys, her man had satisfied
has not been going well The rather
obvious doctor said that a change for a time Molly's need to beloved
reason was that the govern-
would help her she must useful and interested. But aft.
'! ment and its popular foreign policyso ; go awayto ,
sanitarium for few months. few life had taken them
a er a years
( popular it has been approved by
A few months! Molly laughed in somewhat away from her and
both parties), did not leave Stassen
his face. Peter couldn't afford the all the activities that kept her grand
much room to popularize himself.So
he went to Russia. Willkie came I money, she couldn't afford the time mother busy-the spinning and went.lag .
and there was no one to care for the baking and sweeping, the
up to popularity that way once. But
things were different then. The the boys, anyway.It fire-building and the boiling of soap

then Molly met tired and even the washing of clothes laW
Soviet government then was not so was a
% RICE KBISPIESgggjQ obvious to so many people. It had busy nurse from the children's been largely taken away, too. MoOydida't
/ have to seed raisins and makeover
not yet disclosed its intents and pur- home. They were overworked and
poses in actions before the U. N., in understaffed at the home. Molly admitted dresses, feed chickens and iron

Be sure you get Am erlca's favorite rice certaXI i London, in Paris, and yes. even in that she had free time in the her husband's shirts.
.O. the one stud only Kelloyft Mice Krupies! 1 Moscow conferences. middle of the day and she went to She would have been a fool to do
these things-the day for them is
work that very afternoon.She .
| However Stassen mast have
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long past. But the day when a
i had an experienced publicity climbed stairs with armsfulof
niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinf woman can find active, essential .
= I adviser who knew that be was linen; she folded great heaps of work to do for the less fortunate nevus

:{ not getting much play in the didies; she made up cribs. She sat er will be past. When every woman

3DJfOJJZ3DSwLQ American press. lie was just for hours with one willful baby after with time and energy to spare find
one of a large number of presidential another on her lap and spooned tons
I work as Molly did, we shall live in
candidates and what he I Df cereal into rebellious little a new world.It .

said was not as important as mouths. She held one lovely yearling will be a world of good neigh-

what some of the others were I in her arms, while life and bors, who come in when there la
doing But "fact-finding" in Eu- of the blue
light went eyes; she need, when there is a crisis, and give
rope would give him the play gave his first bath to one husky the most precious gift that can be
The trouble with this game is youngster who had been found a few
.u. S. Savings Bonds all it before. Think. given-friendship. In that day many
f we played hours earlier in a garbage can. withno more women than Molly will discover
big people would have to forget
covering but a paper bag. that to spread love and
service -
so much to believe it again. In
Molly saw many a girl weeping in a little further than the confines
fact would have to
they forget
naiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiQ despair because a baby was com- of home is to make them all the
all know be true.
they to
usg t she saw many a woman agon- more secure in home itself.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiI.


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Merchants Pledge to Cut Prices; 50 A Die furious in Shipwrecks storm that lashed thesouthern Memorial Service Will Note : '

coast of England swept
Moscow Parley Ends in Failure; three chip* onto the rocky shores,
I bringing death to at least 50 sea First Landing in New World

Auto Workers men. Tbe 1.000Bntish tanker
J5c Raise
Accept Samtampa smashed into rocks oS VSL: Ftlll ,.ts.

_released Western Newsr per {'nio .. s Porthcawl, Wales and the entire JAMESTOWN. VA Tribute to that intrepid band of coJcdsti

IEDITOa'I NOTE .... ......... are ......... to tkn eal..... tie" ... U.MEeUil aI crew cf 42 perisfced. Eight coastguardsrr.en who debarked on Ji. :town beach May 13. 1607, to mark the
trra r.ap. .r t.N. ..ws ....J.,. ... ... ..U$ erti7 .1 tits ..........- were drowned in a rescue -
_.. attempt. first landirg of perm.. nt English settlers in the New World wiD
be paid a: annual commemorative ceremonies here SfBaday,
The: British warship, Warspite,
51 C-ton veteran of two wars. was May 11.
rerted breaking up on the Cornishc In the hallowed little Jamestown Memorial church religious .

il Her crew of eight sahags : services will be conducted as the main feature of the observance.

f r w -.--.en was saved. A 2'15-_ Jamestown Day as May 13 is designated. has been observed under

traer went aground off northwestSc sponsorship of the Association for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities

:ilazd; but an 14 crew members i iwere annually for half a century.

reported to be safe. I The tower of the original Jamestown -<,

Wind velocity reached 100 miles c.bU1'Ch.e the only visible
per b .3'. and huge waves roared t! relic of Old Jamestown dates backto

over the beaches cf coastal town I las, perhaps longer. Of particular -
a on t'.e English channel and theN : interest are the loopholes n 'Of!&2&
; -''1 sea.WAR ; the tower through which colonists

rt Bred at Indian marauders. Original
rl GRAFT: sad unrestored. the tower is constructed >

of hand-made bricks and AVIATION NOTES
Garsson Case AgainA
mortar laid in English bond.
TotW move in the drawn-out war Baft as Mr..raL .'
I rtrarts graft case of Representative : In 1907, the tri-ctntennial of the ;y Airplane dusting of farm crops

J:: May and the __,_ founding of Anglo-Saxon civilization was studied at a conference of pilots, ,
stores In Newburfport, Mass., experienced brisk business Garsscm brothers In the Western Hemisphere the farmers and scientists at Rutgers
after potting into effect a 10 per cent fiat reduction in all prices. The will be May's testimony memorial church was erected over :: university New Brunswick. N. J.,

plan is a concerted effort to stem Inflation. More than 90 per cent of : in his own the massive three-foot foundations | which was believed to be one of the

I the dealers hi the New England city marked down their goods for a defence. His law- a buttresses and tiled chancel of the first meetings cf its kind ever held.
10-day trial period. Shown above is John Swanson local hardware yer. Sawyer Srritu r v hutch of 1699. The old church was I j Discussions centered around new

merchant, as he posted signs telling the good news. told the court that turned during Bacon's rebellion in insecticides and fungicides useful in f

It is untrue that then :1679, rebuilt not long after but at large scale dusting operations. '
PRICE CUTS: MOSCOW CONFERENCE: yen old Ken- some unknown period in the 18th 'I IeDt1ay Weather problems affecting airplane ,

tacky politician: : was abandoned tnd gradual- <' dusting also were discussed. The i
Nettburyport Plan Gains Little Accomplished profited from dealsbetween y tell into ruins. city of Clarinda. low*, was grantedtitle

Apparently in response to growing After seven weeks of wrangling. the Gars- Tier was a stiH earlier log i I. to a 294-acre tract formerly J
consumer resistance and the the foreign ministers' conference at son munitions H. Garsson csaweh with uIlWuh.e.-: used as a prisoner of war camp. t
urgings of President Truman retailers > Moscow ended in a state banquet I' plants: and Cum- tfeas, fragments of which mar The property was deeded over by !
wholesalers and manufac- j i Results of the parley were ex- berland Lumber company. "Andrew be seen in the graveyard. It War Asset administration With the I

turers are reducing prices on many tremely disappointing even to J. May will take the stand and explain was in this ehareh. prbahty stipulation that it be used as an air ,
articles. Wholesale prices on oafs those whose expectations had been I to you how every dollar of that bent in ltl:. that the ant legislative port. Prior approval of a S* 000 R

soap, butter pork and beef are smalL It had been hoped that a money was spent, and how not one assembly in the New airport bond issue and a federal i
lower, and the benefits are slowly treaty for Austria would be worked I cent went to Andrew J. May," the W rW was eenvened Jaly 31, grant of $53.000 will provide funds

being passed on to consumers. Retail i;\ out, but even preliminary agreements lawyer asserted. :' liW with Sir Ge rge Yeardtey, for developing the field. Use of
prices of manufactured articlesare i i could not be reached. The i On trial! with May are Henry and the royal governor, presiding. light aircraft has been found effective -

coming down in some instances.<< l more important matter of the Ger- : Murray G::-ssnn, head of the war This historic event took plate by the Ogdan tltah. price department -

Following the lead of merchants man treaty suffered the same fate 1 _________ materials s y n d i- I mete than a year before lobe The department recentlyhas
n Newburyport, Mass.. who have as expected. rate and Joseph Mayficn-er set sail from Plym utilized maH planes t. search
pledged themselves to a fiat 10 per Secretary of State Marshall bluntly Freeman. the Garsson outh.' for a missing deer hunter found
cent redaction businessmen; are announcing blamed the Russians for obstructing agent in Wash- Be -,- s ::, : -. .-i c -ctror Branded in the rugged Wasatch
various plans to lower I the negotiations. He +a rz ington. The govern- > : :' .. -"jntasns and to locate a sheep
their prices. One large departmentstore !! charged that the Soviet delegation men t prosecutor bec- 1 rm '.,ier; :l.Est on the desert
': la 1 rS\ >,: t as .
chain, Lincoln Stores operating ,: had "widened rather than narrowedour contends that Mayreceived

in New England. New York and differences.: $5.000! outright ;ptxa3i tr Out of consideration for fox:
Pennsylvania, has adopted the 10 Principal points of controversy from the whelps at Owatonna Minna
per cent cot on aQ goods. A New I were the definition of German and Garssons and two: flight of America's mightiest
Austrian assets which the Russians hecks for $li-a,
England grocery chain. CloverFarms ... --- army bombers changed course.
is lowering prices by 30 percent want as reparations and the disar- ; each for ".ntervt> Informed by Wayne C. LWn.
mament and demilitarization plan. M. Garsson ing ,;th.war de-
on 190 items. ; manager of a fur farm Bear
known as the "four nation treaty." partment f5cials" i- e.
Owatonna that the of even
In Virginia. Minn.. 100 businessmen :
Almost the only proposition accepted in behalf of the camp: .
intend to drop prices at least i one plane makes the female for:: ,
e was one introduced by Rus- New evidence turned up by the FBI iy fearful
telL extremely nervous o
10 cent .. everything they
per ;
sian Foreign Minister Molotov. that according to the prosecutor is : .etypewriter
for officials
In the wholesale and manufacturing her young, army revised -
used in tie:
all German prisoners of war in preparing: scheduled for
the coarse
field reductions on various Allied hands be returned to Ger- fake invoices of the b nber.1- sim-
and materials have been announced a flight of Bs making a
Pennsylvania many by December 31, 1948. paay, through which it is &:.e,edI ulated attack on Minneapolis.
by General Cable company,
May received the bribes.
Failure to complete the Austrian I .
Salt Manufacturing company -
and Continental Record company treaty means that occupation troopsof I *
1 the four powers will] remain in GERMANY: : CAA LISTS 4.431 PORTS .
among others. r Innection with the national
Austria for :several more months.
; In what contractors call a "gen AW Mark DecreedA Ti clan under the federal aid

eral buyers': strike against high Obtains Divorce four: power agreement has been ;.:rt. act. Civil Aeronautics adration -<
prices"' thousand of new s rr.a:, -
reached on Germany's muddled ftancial r has listed 4.411 air-
homes are remaining unsold in the -Rt4-- situation. First move undert r' -tc. which should be constructed

New York area. Similar re. rts c new setup will be issuance of anew or improved during the next three'eas :
have been coming in iron: c.vr monetary unit, known as the \ From the fist wffl be selected

areas. Deutsche Mark. It will be worth one HISTORIC CHURCH This projects to be included in the fiscal

AUTO WORKERS: tc-'''- cf the value of the old Reichs- view shows the interior of historic 1948 construction program, depending -

rr-irk: ;: Holders of Reichsxnarks will Jamestown Memorial church, decorated on the amount of fads appropriated -

Settle /or 15 CentsIn i.-ivs ;o give up 10 of the old unitst for services commemorating by congress and relative
t cne Deutsche Mark. The pur- the arrival of the first English urgency of each project. I

an unexpected rr.o\ ? .." f F -'a f this downward revision inv colonists As the sign indicates, I Included on the list are 41? large I
Auto Workers accepted tr.t:
a ;c is to sop up the inflated paper markers in the floor are unknown airports (those with paved runways
General Motors corporal i5: ric. that has been floating for graces.stolen | of 4.300 feet or longer), 3,850 '
Increase amount.ng
wage -a. 1 smaller and 164
cents hour. The ..g it I
per "" at an unknown time. It is the bases. Grand total cost of construction
covers 220,000 production en '
i only tomb of its kind m America is estimated at $965.800,000,
ees ef the huge automobile ( e-a WED IN DEATH
aDd supposed to be that of the which would be divided between
It is believed that the revs v .te
N ? TI. a '*..8 tPl ..ohonil t. Metctlnt same Sir George Yerdley, who died I federal funds of $441,600,000 and
formula will set a pattern fort r c, aura t fur dyt kfffre law ', at Jamestown' in 1 27.Countless' sponsor's share of SS<<. 00.000.! '
rents in other automobile co-rr. es5.5e..est ...t to br byes e.or.cel *-
I Of the projects: wouldbe
dead are buried in the 4,431 2.550
sales, whose employees frequfr.\ hen ...noel" i. their c_ ;
ancient graveyard which has been entirely new airports while 1,681
follow the lead of General 1ftAl momftri stool rommj At i iliON
Mrs Maria Feliza Vao-
Lovely restored by the NaSooai Society of are existing fields requiring tart -
fT-btt AlbiN
mortuary n ,. !
to run to April
The new contract derhilt. 9. has divorced her socialite -
Colonial Dames of America. At provement.
\ R.*.. Rtbfm SUnm I
immediate fltctfoU
38. 1W8, provides for an husband, Cornelius Vanderbilt .
the actual
number of
ring CMI the right iirx jtmgrr o'f' though graves
raise of 11H cents per hour. and 34 Jr.. in Los Angeles. She is the I Mia ]ok-* 1r ebl ]0. Skt bah bees and the names of most of their occupants I A dnmatieezample of the use
cents: additional for six holidays daughter of the Mexican cattle i a ttlifgt t4tl. I. tin ctkt b ails have been lost in the shad- ef air freight when combined
tens working out to a flat increase baron Rodolfo Fables, and : Miss' V'wM Uf Nonum S.zbrtf.Tkt 2'. ows of tune a number of interesting with a bit of Ingenuity spared
of 15 cents per hour. A liberalized wealth in her own right 1 .leis darst. old tombstones still remain. I seme 29 families In Alaska then I
vacation plan is another feature cf mtrrifgt u'r..motj .. ntssed !
the pact. Louis Seaton director of ...., *trtt it a oUaatmm. esAsssed.t i Grave of President ,cessity spending the winter :
labor relations for General Motors NO RENT: BOOST: ." KMi Slamm expts..d.".J An ancient tombstone marks the in igloos or other improvised

and Walter Reuther. president of House KilhlOc Plan I it sot ntigioin+ ptrt of tie 6wft.J final resting place of Benjamin Har bousing. The ingenuity came I
U.A.W. and head of General Motors ........,. The 'bi.cb eddiaj' w ero.saeseai rison I. ancestor of Benjamin Harrison from Williamson Inc., of Sheboygan -
.f tfftfm drift, f Falls, Wis., which built
locate announced the setttementjointly ; The house oankmf committee reversing signer of the Declaration
o its previous stand, voted sat tie .-riI./.n.,.. 7 ot.tis- af Independence. Buried nearby is 28 prefabricated houses ia such

A union- spokesman predicted that down a proposal for a 10 per cent i i atv At refemctf l. toy." anoti *r Benjamin Harrison, ninthpres. small sections that Northwest
TIN c.- bend she i, tiitltij
blanket increase in rents. It -nt of the United States. Airlines was able to fly them to
would approved
Chrysler corporation j vert the Kov&w. or .m* .fif ........
and sent for action bill The epitaph the tombstone Anchorage, Alaska.
apr up oa practically the same oa a tiff Mt cahet.EUROPE'S on
...... He added that negotiations continuing controls until December t i af AYlKanj Sherwood proclaims .
between the union aad tbe eenpany. 31. The senate banking committee -far aB the modern world to see

-a going well. already has voted unanimously \ VOITH: -that be was "a great sianer." I

against any raise, and the senate's I Tie inscription, legend insists
FRANCE; : bin would continue control until Opportunity for Gospel was made in accwrdtacc with a !

March 1. IMS. provision of his wfli.
| The Christian churches are not
Shortatf/ The vote in the bo fle'! committeewas An intending sycamore tree now
L reaching for European youth wig
Krench people. especially the Parisians 14 to 10. As Mflhit by Repnsentative the that Communism is :: mote than .10 years old. has disturbed -
have been trying to buy up Wolcott, chairman the 4'I asserted Dr. Hutchinson Cockbura* ; the eternal sleep of the Rev.
house bill provides: James Blair, founder of the
aS the bread and flow can director of reconstruction of the College
lately. Bakeries have been virtually I Continuance of rent control just ; World Council of Churches before a of William and Mary and of his
Banned te the capital. The daily about as ft is now atilt December of the provisional committee wife Sarah Harrison Blair They
btead ration of 13 14 ounces was f 51. with the President having authority :i at Buck Fails Pa. began their long sleep side bv side
reduced by one third, to nineovehceaL ; bv proclamation to keep ceilir.gsin but the tombstones have been I -
oa May 1. Bread is a large effect until next March 1 if he ;i "If Christ is to be enthroned: over! pushed far apart by the misdirected FASTEST BOYBEKmer..

item in the French ..,.". probaMr deems it necessary, the hves of men in Europe it will tree which now has fragments of I ica's fastest bomber Caasftttdat-
the largest in maw .... I A new provision whereby tenant be only by the reviving of the the stones embedded m its trunk. ed Value's jet-propelled XB-tl is
the French farmers and le.leech may whwtarfly enter Church by grace of God and the Program A&nooneed. completing flight tests at Mnrc
Before war I
an the wet accessary lease contracts for ap to 15 per cant 1 WG>* of the Hofr Spirit It is Christian Officiating at the commemorative army airfield. Under secret development -

for pMdnced the country but because of ; increases in rent provided these civilization that is at stake, net religious service win be the Rt. Rev. fer tws yean. the XB- '

controls they have been turnkac ; leases do not expire before Occenv merely in Europe, but also ia Brita 3 WObam A Brown, bishop of theTfrrmMT1 4fi is powered by four J-35 turbojet -
price bet 31. 1MB. a* sad in the United States. ... ;
otbar aad mare pn*>fcte I : daoceee of southern Vir- engine housed in tw* -
to ha* *i did : Unless extended by legislation. allJune The uuamfcaiMlj for preaching the ginia. slang nacelles. The needleshapedfuselage ,
Wheat acreage }
crop fram the prewar figure afafouadIt rent controls would empire oa i Gospel has never been ao (?..*. he ; The historical address will be given is IK feet long, only seven I

nulnoB acres to six munon. 3fl. concluded- : by Paul Green, author of the historical feet less than the Ill-foot wing- :
I drama. Tte Lest Cokey." span. !

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Fort ed symbol of oar loyalty to those' To Mhip Forty-two South (42$!. east two hundred tB teat (rid) t. The price for ...lag doc tag
Myers Claims I East 31E> to the point of beftuia containing shall be f I.M each whether for mate
who esserfiag trot you. and each of approximately 2." acre together or feanale. and oat of this sun the
Beach Is Safest bravely face physical I ,. required to file an with the ta.fwresMnUthereon. City stall Py tile cost of vaccination -
I in Mich proceeding on or above i...Ue *4.
One In StateThe handicaps.Toar tile 9th day of June. BOARD OF PCBLJC IS8TRUCTIOK SECTION 2. All Ordinances or
cosrtribmtkm I at tile Glade County Glades County Florida parts of ordinance in conflict herewith -
In Moore Haven Flor- May 5, 15. 2*. are hereby repealed or amendedbut
Poppy will be a YOU failure so to do only to the *tent of such conrr -
safest hearh m all of ?10f- !
our war wounded their a* taken a* confewvd '
Ida is located on the Weet Coast of I <>fa ft will be taken M ri< 10: OF HKFfKKMH MltKATI t SEAL)
+he their orphans and .. cause will pro- <.> I 1.111-1 SHERIDAN. City ClerkF
state, the prevaleatM _._ ,
contrary to -- ---- ; <' < \ OK MMI. (("\"tll% .4TIOIMiTKKT \ P Vnun. Mayor
< of 'I ad March 4, 1">47. in full
ee many vacationists. Port & tint thla order' Fuss r. III If
'Myers Beach located on Estero Istoad. -i:: Digest of I Ii b* published in Glade.. May 3l. 1.47 / Second r..dlng.ptll la, 1 Q4 7. by

20 minutes by car or bus from i: "'t a newspaper in Blades of "Vhird"' tdm*. Mfi.. 1947. In full.Adnptrd
ela published
After holding
i public hearing .
Opinions By *
b\ -u.imoin a '.t"1: <1>
I 'ii:
Modern, tropical shopping center, I ..., once each week for i April 80. 1547. at the County Court I
weeks. Hoaaa, Glades Florid. and 1947
few aaites! of gently sloping white !! General \ .. Ma) !I
ORDERED in Moore making special investigation inState I
aad beaches which are clean I i I II County. Florida, on Soil Conservation Board has
. fcrtght and ideal and i I --- I of May A. D. 147. tersjlned that there Is need in
for swimming d"-I
interest of the public health ssf ,, .. .
) --- -"
sheriff has = f
When a --' ": "
.1a1q. AND SAFE. i I I 5D.. S and welfare for the organization _:' : .: : iJ. --
AeeoBodattons in the of i! guards for the 'I' Circuit Mn Soil Conservation District which will |
way ing of prisoners. he for Glade Count). include all lands lying within the GUARANTEED
trailer camps, cottages and beach I *. legal boundary of Glades .
hotels are numerous and inexpensive be reimbursed by the M. Florida. I
such Attorney !. view of the above fact and in
ia this not so well known and I compliance with the Florida Soil, WatchRepairing
exploited area, and the summer Tom Watson of (' OK SALE!' nervation District's Act Chapter I."n-I
vised Sheriff S. G. -- Statute* of 1,41. a referendum "
tourist finds all the facilities for be held In the above described ;
recreation and sport right at his berty County. Bat of for Public cash the Instruction property tory to determine the wishes of
I' act authorise the landowners therein on the questiona
front door, and at a price that is described and invites I stated. I
paid $6.090 a as for the purchase thereof
year Date of Referendum May 31. 14?
refreshing after the quotations fromFlorida's
not also entitled to Monday the Slid day of Polls to Remain Open. -*:00 A. )I.
better advertised and more at !/." o'clock A. M, 7 DAY SERVICE :
I to 5:M P. M
livering patients to accompanied by cash {
popular resorts.In {'.II 1.1t I'laeenMoore .
in the amount of ten
for .
holding inquests H..enount Court HouseNorth *
percent of the bid. Such
this ideal summer spot the of the be I..s..n.--p. 8. Feagle's Home.LakeportCompton' ,
ing meetings refunded to unsuc
visitors will find evening entertainment mission.In and successful bid- Palm
shows, shuffleboard, picnic another opinion of not the complete balance within purchase ten voters will be landowner ment is now able to give 7
grounds and parks on all sides,: will forfeit such deposit. who own land within the territory
and the sport fishing and boating Sheriff Jimmy I be placed with or sent described In P this SPENCER.Administrator.noticeX .. day service on watch repair
County the attorney Farnam, Connty i>u-
cannot be equalled anywhere else. of Public Construction State SoIlConen.Uon ing. We have a staff of high- .
that when the budget Board.
Sea shells of rare beauty are foundin county refused to I ,opened Florida.at or They soon are after.s- May 5. 1C. ly competent and skilled. 1
abundance In the shallows of the hour shown above. The !
Gulf of Mexico and the breezes extra $10.000 to bay for which such bids OR ICK Ml. S7 workmen who turn out gua- !
ment and hire four Is located at Muse in I
-cooled by the wide expanse of the Florida, and is de ranteed work. We use nothingbut
sheriff does not have .. AN ORDINANCE TO MAKE EFFECTIVE -
Gulf are a constant source of delight : !
make these ex t at a point which is genuine parts and ma-
to all who choose this spot Sin PARAGRAPHS (b) and (e) OF SECTION -
forty feet ( ) west
extra fees. 84 OF ARTICLE 10 OF THE terials. Send us watch.'
of the your
for a perfect summer vacation.An corner COMPILED ORDINANCES OF THE

active community organization quarter Forty-two of Section S (4IS Nine), CITY OF MOORE HAVEN BT REQUiRiNG Special attention to mail or

is constantly at'work to provide lTHR riRfl IT E USE): VACCINATION FOR RABIES
ISSUANCE' OF ANY DOG ders. and certi-
TWELFTH JIUHItl : south six hundred ten PRIOR TO Registered
free attractions such as fish TAG AND CHANGING THE DOG TAG
A tD FOR CLtDKt f to a point; thence west
TEAR TO BEGIN WITH APRIL 1stOF fied watchmaker in charge.
tries excursions to
and spectator IU* IX 1HAMKRI ten feet (21e a
sports for the pleasure of both per- ; ( ) north to a point six hundred thence PRICE OF SUCH TAGS. .
manent and temporary visitors and BILL TO Q!'IKT BE IT ENACTED by the peopl. of
the City of Moore Haven Florida: I
best of all is the attitude of the MOORE HAVEN SECTION 1. Paragraphs (b) andc
home folks who literally do every COMPANY, a Florida (' ( ) of Section 84 of the compiled Ordinances H. GluckmanJEWELER
Plaintiff of City of Moore Haven'
thing they can to make good the vs.EMPIRE. Theatre codified and compiled under date of!
motto, of Lee County, "Welcome SECURITIES May it, 19J4. b- and the same are'
TION dissolved hereby amended in the following
Stranger. a '
\ poration et Ill, respects 1. No: license tag shall he i is-u..1 I 1012 First Street

for any dog unless the same sh.il
School Board- ROTIC@ TO .. and Monday have been vaccinated for rubles withIn Fort Myers Florida
ninety days prior to such Is
(>HI>KH OK I'l -

I suance. _
(Continued from age 1) STATE OF FLORIDA : with 2. April The dog 1. tag year shall begin I _..._ .

Mr. Walters and carried that the Emplr.curltiea ; -
dissolved Florida
"Tasmania school and grounds be Louis Union Trust :

returned to the heirs of George sours Corporation, aa e un F.t
Haven Corporation, a NCCranb
Howard as agreed to by the board Ida Corporation; Glade
and superintendent when deeded to vestment Company.
Florida Corporation; Get the Habit of
Shopping at
them by Mr. Howard. al Bank a dissolved :

Motion by Mr. Snell, seconded by poration the unknown i 1JEANNE

}Ir. Walters and carried that due ccmtors other party in interest claiming b) I I

to the fact that this year's budgetIs ; der or against the I I A2TenL: :

insufficient to cover the building and dants a; V Truntee E. rIPtm: : The In

Bite originally selected, the superintendent Corporation a '
pOration. Jaa. F. Cook FontDept. ;
be authorized to investigatethe Treasurer and a .e"I "Family i

feasibility and practicability of Securities Corporation !
school site the East Corporation; L. A. .
obtaining a on Secretary and I \ Myers
'aide of Three Mile Canal. tee of Empire I

Motion by Snell, seconded by a T.dissolved Cook Karl Florida D. "(''. ; ,! Store" Fla.

Walters and carried that all bills of Isaac T Cook E .
be Earl T Miley and Mrs. I
presented for payment
his wife Mrs. Goldie
Motion by Walters Mrs Ada Miley ;
Snell and carried that the apprO'fed'l Mile> Schruben. Mrs : II Lj

adjourn. Thompson Rollte Miley Mrs and Eunice Mrs. I Easy Terms en Purchases $10 or More

Ms wife Mm Mildred .
Mr. Cora Miley DCV FKOM OUIt CATALOG-Over 100.00O Items
VFW Auxiliary- I and Era Loren Miley. I I
E. Klrchhoff and (' t'1' .
I hoff his wife. .. I
and Mrs :M E. ; I
(Continued flora Page 1) Theodore Klett;
Americans pinned Daddy Poppies and )frIO. Theodore C.
Charles Klelt and Mrs i
en their spring dresses and suits. hla wif"; Mr, Hulda 1
All collections were made by volunteer Mina Norma Klett; W.
Mr. W A. Pepper
workers, and every sale was Raulntone and Mr W. I
FOR YOURBuilding
clearly earmarked for the relief of his wife: Manford '
Etta Richardson hi.
disabled, needy veterans and their Richardson and Mrs.
families, and for the Orphans of son his wife. Mrs. )

Veterans in the V. F. W. National son son Conwell.Russion: Mr Mrs*. \' :

Home, Easton Rapids Michigan, Clifford Guy Wlllard Needs
ford Guy WillArd hi
and a number of other very worthy Smith; Mm Addie G.

-causes. Lewis, a* President and

Mrs. Frances Randall, local sole Republic surviving National .

Auxiliary president urges everybody Missouri Corporation: I

to get one of America's traditional a a dissolved director of Missouri Republic 10000UUCH

"Flowers of Remembrance"the Bonnie M. Busch
Buddy Poppy of the Veterans of i W. Il Pontius and
Pontius. his wife Mrs .
Foreign Wars, which is an accept- West W. W, Pontius
Pontius. his wife: if Plywood-Asbestos-Cement Board
be dead to their "
helm, devisees. I
creditor. and all other Patmtex
: Ing by, through,
said parties ". ,
LAWN MOWERS terest person In having the subject or : Window Sash and FramesDoorsScreen

suit by. through i
one or more of said Windows and Doors
Built Repaired and in named: and to all
\ or claiming any

I In Tou the following.n.cb next of )( ; Flooring, Kiln-Dried Novelty Siding .

Sharpened By Corporation Development given notice, ..tr.f that: : 2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8s, 2xlOs, 2x12s

Charlie CurtnerAt Circuit Florida SIb day In Court of chancery May for ) One-Inch Boards, all widths and lengths

plaint against In you the and above each I Roofing: Aluminum and Steel, 5.V Crimp
and whereby said

to to quiet the following its title > I Roll Roofing, 45 lb. to 90 lb.

I uated in Glades
BAYS I" TOCKMAVS wit: Nails-All Sizes-All You Want I
The Southeast
of Section '
ltEP.lit 11 SERVICE Township Ranjre Thirty-two Forty-two Ki Any No. 3 Lumber $60 per M 4 4i

the South Half (SH)
east Quarter (NE.
nODe 11S-W Clrwiston, Ma Twenty-five (!5). I
two South' HIS.
I two East (If E). and
Half (S%) of Section I


Notice I* hereby given that the following described land i !
public auction on the Ind day of June. 1J47. at the front Alderman Lumber Co.
Hall In Moore Haven County of Otadt State of Florida. to
due for taxes herein set opposite the same together with \
ash and advertising.

0.0. .f Lad Owaee A.
1Jl.1dt m, Lot 1 ___.___ 3. T. Taylor 1
Block 5, Lot 11 ,_, ...* Mare BtwwnMnr .- -- Telephone 7-W Clewiston Florida
Block 7. Lot M -
24. Lot i E. B. MttM. _- _-== I
Block: 1st Lot 21 wC- ..,.... I 1

Block: Hi. Lot 1 --- edgar Btsignsjd =- :'. : .- --
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