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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 16, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
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System ID: UF00028301:00170

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: Ban Imposed By I To Build Batteries Of Power Plant Is I Peeples Passed By


CommissionSaaamoning i For Fleet of Planes g ; Poured Wednesdayli j Committee


more strength in the ; T e es ,,.k=. of Clewistoa who The House of Representative
Arthur Barron, who one
louse of representative than even [ ;:racted the concrete and drainage and water coaservntisttcommittee
opened a service station h. ;. .3 .
of which Joe Puflas.
the most ardent advocate of the .. Ill( k work oa the neww

MH had believed possible a measure making a specialty of reye .' .g \ :'!ant building here from Glade County representative 1s
building batteries. this w*. <
ftatfwdaeed in the lower house byRe : and Fry. contractors, p ur- chairman, y-sterdajr approved, bjr
ed into a contract for buildi g t a: of I* to S. the Peepies'
*. Joe Peeples of Glades County [ i. oundattaa walla of the a vote
tog batteries for the entire ':
hi'I which would abolish
carried Wednesday afternoon by agate t ., '-"e on Wedaeday of this sponsored
planes now located at Ridd, F. .d
of 57 to 19 after a companion .. .. week. approximately forty yards of the preseet five-man Everglades
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The forty places, said to f; ': -- -
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District board aad tarn
; Drainage
Mil introduced by Sen B C. Pearce I oncretp

.f Palatka: had passed the upper been takes over by creditors t DR. O. ALTON MTRPHYMethodist Laying of the blocks in the walls control of the district over on July
Ted Thompson when he closed t.- the boards of commissioners of
house Tuesday by a narrow marginof I will start as soon as the foundation 1 to
plane rebuilding operations at the District the eleven unties comprising the
18 to 1C wall has properly set and the concrete -
field the latter part of last year.
The bill exempts from penalties be for the big Diesel e&igtnes district.
are to be put in shape for night Conference To Be
Imposed by the State Game and wftl also soon be ready for The bill 4.held: the legislative
and will be flown to Detroit. Carl
Fresh Water Fish Commission commercial Haven poaring spotlight for < past several days
In Moore
Lewis is here from Illinois to make
fishermen on Lake Okee- R. M Sands of Miami. ...Wea.I aa the vege growers of tbe
arrangements for the moving and
ehobte: aad the St. Johns Hirer tractor on piling and fill work, has south 'glade -a joined ia a
made the contract with )Ir. Barronfor I
and will hate the effect of preventing I Rev W. S. Bowman pastor of moved out temporarily bat win return vigorous pro nat the bHL
the batteries
building
the enforcement of the I the Qewtoton and Moore Haven later to finish ap the ffflteg News account the sponsorship -

water to commercial fitting on ,Methodist Churches announces this operations. to the U f *** /*-downers of

toe first 'c-t last October. U. S. DepartmentOf I week that the quarterly conferenceof I the 'glades a. d sax u"'t the bill

tn' Friday of last week the the church, the final one of the School Sanitary was written >y an a' tl'lloPy for
Agriculture will be held in Moore
: fiscal
year Lykes Bros. argent lailowner ia
State supreme court: upheld the right
of the commiasion'c order to enforce Approves RFC Loan Haven on the coming Sunday with Facilities CondemnedBy this coaaty Also active in support
!I Dr. O Alton Murphy, district superintendent -1
of the measure is Earnest Graham
..., the ban over *B act of the LegJilatore -
of 1945 htch declared the presiding Inspectori I of Dade County. former candidate
la a telephone (conversation with I I Dr. Murphy will preach at the
two bodies of water to be salt water i i for governor who has been the vast
the offices of Tropical Sugars, I DC eleven o'clock hoar and a covered I
jI ontspokeB cr' of the drainage
and subject to the Jurisdlcttoncf I George Ellis state sanitary j
in Louisiana yesterday J. E. Frier- dish luncheon will be served OB makes! ,board!
the conservation comraisstoa inspector here yesterday to I
son was told that the loan sought the church lawn at 12:20 bring
legislative proponents of tbe bUt I a general inspection of collu.aalt.1Haltary Proponents of the measure say

'which now goes to the Governor for IltJ' the company from Reconstruction I l I your own sugar and the conference facilities gave a complete I that it will have the effect e-f pre.
Finance Corporation for b.Ui i business sessions will begin at
venting the levying of taxes ,fer
approval, say that the constKuttoaal -I examination to the fa fUtiee at'
tag their sugar mill here ted :30.. the business session -
I : Preceding :maintenance over the whole district
; amendment which Mb op the school He gave credit fair keeping
cleared a major hurdle whea it i will be brief dedicatory -
there a
I for I work in a selected section; wW
game and fresh water fish rommto- ; the facilities clean bet: said that
was approved by the Departmentof I service for the new windows 1 provide for the levying of present
ion stiU give the legislature power his report would ceadetaiy toilets
Agriculture as being ecoBomi placed in thf Moor Haven church debt service until Ue RFC
taxes
to set up penalties for violationsof I drinking fountains. etc., :with particular i I
of rules set by the commission rally soandMr this weekBIG emphasis oa tM, eJeoen-j refunding loan ta settled after

As this bill was passing the Sea- Friction was unable to contact -- I toy building; and the gyanastam which the district caa be abolish

I ate, RepV. J Hendry of Okee- say of the officials since someof i On the other side of the ledger i :ed and the drainage praaltnx be
them were in Washington work- !
, ('hot.ee county was iatrodawtac a CROWD ATTENDS I I"f inspector gave; a very good report -- handled by the smaller MI -drat-Dt
lag oa detail of the loan but was
dietrietsOpponeals. \
I age
l proposed eoastitvtJonal amendment. on the school lBehraon said
told by the office that prospect
providing for appeals to Florida tha refrigeration ad sanitary'failiiies of the hsil feel thai j

courts of egeldy tr decisions .n the wore BOW very bright for obtaining SPLENDID CONCERTBY ( were ahead Of most choot tl power of tax leyingwjl[ he-vested
the loss aoaa.NetMng ,, 4
Iz jam! and free vary cafeterias of this stieHana teade
water ifi'FJ.f wnWKe-ns. was- -taMwa eI the fact .y Oft rer.mm odatkrn. sot ccmpnlwry >f the one present flve-maa boa !;: ,
that bean was ought until Hugh HI SCHOOL BAND
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.. The eommercftl fitbermen ear- BreeklBridge: reprteeataMve of the that SB evfcauot fan be wilt give these various boards 0,">

TPd their fight to the courts Immediately here couple of i installed county commissioners too ninth
a
after the imposition of company was Not only the toilet facilities aad : power to assess maintenance taxes
i weeks ago and this loan appears \ larse crowd 1\-5 s pn''-"n: last
the ban last October 1 but. asidefrmn I drinking; ToaatahM came is for .s they desire and will make H
be the only hold-up to beginning the school j
now to Friday night a' gymnasium
I
criticism electrical district
bat the wiringwas mach: harder for the to
a ruling given by County workCounty for the concert by the Moore
ia moat instances branded as work IB conjunction with federal
fudge J. M. Cease in Glades Coin
thet
School Band under I
turnC i Haven High unsafe and lighting Is iaadequate agencies for cMservatloB. for fire
t.e balked at every I of Wm. D Jack which :
Spelling direction man His visit fits into a program' control and for admlatotrattoa of
"use g! decision was similar to the i for the Par-.
benefit
was given as a which ha keen underway far the: the new Everglades Vattoaal Park
law just enacted I* which he ruled i
District was I
to Champs In eatTeacherseoctatlou aDd. past we k or two of. study of I Moat rangeland OWBCTS who fed .
that the commission had mo nht
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forI
the last concert by the group (Continued on Page 1$) I that they are being assessed Bar
bring criminal action against violator Finals Tomorrow the school year \ Everglades Drainage taxes rtthaa
s of the baa His decision WMidtrr I l
overrated., Circuit Court It was the longest con.n yeti i School Commencement : any possible benefit are favoring; th*

judges Whiteharst and Harrison ii:L Nelda Hondfhell twice wianer attempted by the slightly over a : bill bat oae local raachaua. who

Punta Gorda, of the county spelling champion year old baad and the crowd was Program Starts With at first endorsed the meatar fa ,

>rom ReareMBtatlve W J. Head -, hip. and Betty Jean. Headrichaoa thrilled by the splendid ahowingmade now vtgorowty protesting avataai
U7 maaer-up, will go to Miami by the youngsters This was I Class Night FridayThe it stare vending the Mil hacauit *f
q' this morning the Democrat reI '
If) toaiatrow to participate la the district particularly true of a special number the power of taxing which it flee
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flaate the winner to get an ) some twenty minute in length, first >*'ent in the 194"; commencement i the board of couaty coanmlastoen.

all-expeme trip to WaahiactoB composed of selecttoas from Jerome 1 program will be the ,
Fishing Case Heads D. C. Kf'rB's Showboat and a very difficult
clam night program to be held OBi Arthur Huggins Gets
There will be a 1>>reeoatparty ,' band arraafement 'Thft'f'j i Friday night of next week The program
For U. S. CourtC ,
this year for the tint throe with theywiageten i!I were very few noticeable errors and I| has aot been announced as Contract for Hauling

of the .... eoaatiesof Mr Jadnaaa exprejaed himself aa:' and
I yet bat will he the aaval sluts !
< umercial fishermen of Florida the district act their assorts :: being very proud of their rHlclltt01l.1'I' faa indulged ia by the teams. i iI Mail To StationArthur

Jan to appeal to the United States gathering in the studios a* MadiaStattaa :! It Is said that there are ofttee at the eipea oI.t_ faculty .-!

supreme court a decline of the WQAM at 3:M for aa teereaai -::1 I' first year bands which would eves I I I and tower e........ : Hag lIs. a colored rest

state supreme court Friday upholding ( party and Interviews OB the attempt such a number and not too i The bacealaare program will dent who has for many years done

as order of the Florida air by a station aaU01llAt --. easy several yean older in be at the Baptist>> Church OB S..- i express deliveries in the city submitted -

game and fresh water flea .-- eight clock: the group will :I G9 QI npert-I day night, May 2S at sight; 0'i|i the winning bid for haul

mission ctostag Late Okeaehobee gather .a the stage of Miami Bdtom -I I I Another particularly dock and it to uadcntood that Rev. lag mail from the poet-oliiee te the

and the St Johns river to eaamertial aaditoriBsa for the eaarteM aft-:j I number was the trombone olo. MA John %. Moore. p. tor. will preach I A. C. L station and will takE. over

operattoas er aa introduction by Dr. I. T. Perfect Day.- played ay Idral Bowea the sermonCosBBMncemeat. the duties on Monday May 19 ,: i

This was announced Saturday ia Pearson county supervisor of odecation I' with band _paa leat. will be ia the The hauling of the mail between'

Miami by R. K. Bell, eoaal for and the preaeatatkm *f f.Mengraved !. Mr. Jacksaaa mad a brief talk l I school 0..*.him on Tuesdar I post-office and station has been done.g

the Lake Okeecho*** cmanereial loving cap to each ...- : la which heN high tribute t* night May %1. I for several years by R. C. Vorbees

fishing intereet- ty winner by Lee Hills. Herald I the members of the band and the 1 Next week final examinatIons will who voluntarily gave it up becauseof

The Florid supreme court ruled i! managing editorLandowners splendid I work and cooperation the he held oa Thursday sad Friday. III health

the game eommlsrtoa's order was i members had given ia building the aad. so far as due room activities

effective despite a 1945 Htomtlveact : To Vote : orpabattoa.M expreaaed>> him-I are concerned the term will ed oa Shot
First
declaring the area to be saltwater I Iself, a* hoping that It atrht"" Friday. lIiIIeata.tO not report I City Gets ,

and therefore under Jurisdiction \ On Conservation even larger aad better next year. I back ea the following Monday bat \ Of DDT Spray TuesdayLate

of the eoaaervatio commission I! The eatire program was as fat- hasea will run and ataasau will
which supervises the seafood District May 31 I -
:. Iowa: report on Tuesday for their report
Industry.The 1 _- Star Spangled Baaaer Kev I cards sleepers Tuesday morning
high tribunal will be asked I I Military Escort. March' -Bennettdereaaas were rudely awakened about seven '
n.
\ legal notice in this news natteutioa
TO determine that if the game com \ Te and Saactns Pale clock: when Lawrence Bright
mission ruling Is held sertor to I I to the election which will I twin.-Hatrey. County Well Over brought his plane tow over lo..nand
I timelandowners
be held OB May 31 at which
a legislative; act it denies I>"PMj of the county w81 vote,I Little Champ March-Mesaag Top In Drive released clouds of DDT dust

of Florida the "repabHcaa form otgovernment" i (Continued on Page lt the first shot In the city's effortsat
OB whether or DOt they desire the !
and flies
i For Cancer Fund control: of mosquitoes
formation of the soil conservation
the tailed State court: this summer
Bell said I
been proposed Plans Are Made For I _
district which has
i this time was
also will be asked 'if a man has I The mixture used
the' sad which was favored by landowners Rev W S Bezeman chairman that used last summer -
of left from
right to rely on the acts Dance On May 31 over
a of a majority of the lands of for Glades County in raising funds wen
legislature of the state or if hemust I and distributed as as pos
the at a meeting recently for the American Cancer Society.saM .
determine himself the constitutionality county sible by hand ta poultry yards and
ot legislation" I to discuss the district set-ap. Plans are going: ahead for thenext this week that the drive had I around garbage areas. The dusting

The Florida supreme eoart's ntl-I Since the formation of the dtotrict daMe as a benefit far the dosed and a total of IMS had been by plane is much cheaper: and if

affirmed a Dade county circuiteoart *I creates ao tariag authority swimming pool fund. which will beheld raised and sent to headquarters. it proves effective will probably be

tug decision on a habeas corps aid landowners may participate or on Saturday night May ii. ia The county quota was sixty dollars. continued: through the summer

writ that Joe Griffin of Ciewi aot la tb* various programs as they the new battdlng .fV B. Norton Rev Bozeman expresses his appreciation months, at least one time each,

ton must answer charges of ....-.1 chine. It to improbable that there Jr.. on the highwayMrs. to every donor and to month

lazing the game commission rate will be any aatwotttoa td the set- Emma M attar. ia charge of everyone that took any part inmaking Because of trees buBdiogs and i

prohibiting sale. possession and ,sup which has been arranged byCounty IU'raaeeKt'. saM today that Dee the drive a success He light lines Mr Bright is unable to t
HitttrfBson Foes' gariaad Sereaaden a< dwMoe was particularly anxious to express -
of fish traaa fresh waters .f Agent K. G come aa dose to the ground aa U i
taking Ita.te.Althourh i Oafr ettooaate features which re- bad bees oheateed to play brthe his appreciation to the schoolchildren customary la dusting operations but i

the soaaewhat+ 4awaatt *f fceHed a rott-can of th* vettag oa dac Other details will be whs. he said dtd an outstanding the dust quickly settles and should I t'

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1 the appearance of HaDey's comet*

-: WASHINGTON EDITOR'S NOTE Ton fUU sprper, 8. How uch.is the paper that

through l t.14l arrangement uttb the 1. What is the meaning of trig- our money is printed on worth?

Rf It. led by We i Nt 'r t'n:m .By Welrer Sheudwxu ahiHgtun Bureau of W raters Seuipt- amy? -

TRANSPORTATION '.I' CorrelpOlldenlW.Y 'I Per Lno ft 1616 Eye Street, S. IT, 2. Congress bed the number of
TAX WORKS The Answers
Washington. D. C., u able to bng reaL stripes in the U. S. flag at 13 in
HARDSHIP ON FAR WEST crt lint cull, column on problem of tin what year? 1. Having three wives at tilt

Justus F Cii: t.t.; .- a Cu i r a :. Wiibittitoa St .Bute..I' teteran and lenteeman and bit family.Question 3. Where did the rocking chair same time.

newspaper p h,i.t. ?'..:ts -, "n s Hit Ere } may be aJdrtiud to the abate rite? 2. In 1818.

known to ne? bfoixrtl: ."k ll Jsections .1 Federally.Owned Land Yields iubtequtHt Bureau and column.o tiny uttt bt answered m be* 4. How old was Tutankhamen 3. In America.

of the ndtJen. He also 15 Little Local Tax Revenue made direst by mad but truly rtpUtt in for t**ctlm when he became king? 4. Nine years old; he died at 13.

a member of the California public I I which uilt appear in Mi **trtpPrregularly. 5. What does "ex libris" on the 5. "From the hook of."

utilities commission, and has been name plate of a book mean? 6. Denmark.

for a number of years. As a newspaper 1 FT IS axiomatic that whenever real 6. What country in Europe is 7. Seventy-six yearsLmade
man his instinct and property is taken off the tax duplicate Housing Trainees of
training I up of one peninsula and 500 8. About 1-1,000th a cent per
lead him to seek all that is due the one of two things happens. Islands? bill.

people he serves. As a public utilities Either your local tax rate is raisedor Veterans administration and

commissioner, his job is to the taxing unit simply collects school authorities of the nation are .

search for and correct, unfair practices less taxes. I wondering just how they are to your Home: Helpful Facts on Planning
on the part of those servingthe This brings us to the introductionof house and provide facilities for veterans ,

public. a bill simultaneously in the house who have applied for education and Remodeling
'* and senate which recognizes the fact and training under the benefits Financing, Building

I Either, or beth, of these capacities that the federal government has take II' of the two federal laws. --
fer u-d rt'd.lI".::: ro ndef; '.
could account en over valuable properties in every With schools ra
and facilities .
housing 40. pIal" .," 1",0:. '-. d :i ce..t'n'
Craemer's role in leading the state in the union. In hundreds of already jammed to overflowing by :nr "SmalJ Homes I'lanmnjr, i'utan..nc.

attack on what he insists is an cases the government has forced loal 1,884,000 veterans enrolled m ; Building" Hei-kjv Nee-i\jpei Sr' ocr.
more :\ tth M New T.,rk 11 N. T.
unfair system of federal taxes : communities to assume inequitable than 25,000 U. S. and foreign edu- PLWlNI G :(\ Prr'43 Wr-t -.' ", cS

levied on transportationcharges. tax burdens as a consequence cational institutions and with almost -

: of taking this property off 720,000 taking on the job training I I. _. -

i 1 the local tax duplicates. in more than .,000 training establishments
When you buy a car of coal you pay j L YOUR
The two bills set up a commission applications for education J& HOME DELQUSE
a tax on the transportation of thatcoal
1|| of 5M'en members to determine and and training have reached the .

= from the mine to you. But you I pay to state and local governmental unprecedented figure of more than

pay exactly the same amount of units contributions in lieu of taxes
8,000.000 leaving 3.4M.OOO veterans to
tax whether the coal travels 100 tech>.: real property taken over by the I be housed and enrolled in the already good Wiring "Must" BLACK LEAF 4O trap
miles or 2.500 miles, and regardless
government. Sen. Hugh Butler of ''
I ij crowded schools and training f room tttJ
tf the amount of'Mrftransportation j Nebraska is sponsor of the measurein centers. Just IF YOU'VE ever been annovtc ...ror-L. b at J. ;o.-Is :
how it can be accomplished
cost The tax sad the weight of 1 rrl...j" I i 1'loaf Umehulik
\ when the
the senate, while Rep. Claire I has not been worked out. by lights dimming: refrigerator a .-. .rat i
tile sal, and land a percentage of Engle of California is author in the goes on, or the radio e.ihrr r .t' ip Bi...iirrlicaur 1
the charge fqtareansporting it to a house. ; Of course, there are veterans drop going off when the iron is switchedmyou'll \ ,j>t )e, ,
destination ping out of school each year for as It"nt on ?r.t .tr.ied
,rr The vow new home be ;
measures represent several your l
of the first of this year, an estimated pcL 'S" > .
adequately wired. lull wrcnjtKiititei /
COAL ONLY: EXCEPTIONCoal I years of organization and pressure 835,000 bad completed bX. discontinued r '
brought about by the National Association That means enoacb circuits and outlets ; -,
is the only commodity on their of education .
courses or
\o\ take rare of the electrical uipmciit CKHICIl If.paUICtS'1.:
which the transportttfoa tax: isq1 of County Officials, which has training. But the majority of the lOll now have plus what you hope to buy ,. 3tounnttt
an office here in Washington and is a the! future.
the basis of weight and so remaining veterans who have applied F. lITar
representative of the various elect- i Our Reader Service booklet No 15 gvenany <
it is uwforra regardless of thedistance. for education and training and other helpful facts about building
All other commodities i ed county officials in 40 states. have received their VA certificates
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pay a transportation tax that is i I At the present time there are approximately -j of eligibility have not yet entered

a percentage o( the transportation 40 separate laws which [ training or educational courses. Engine Has Extra Turbine

and it is 'mere I provide various methods, amounts j The six million is almost
charge, se figure For Reverse 1. rut HIM Kin in rim u
on a long haul than on a shortere. I and percentages of federal payments j half of the 14,447,000 veterans of TravelingIn RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

to state and local units of government '! World War IL ,
I in lieu of taxes on lands taken j a new type of locomotive developed '

Wool is produced in every state of over by the federal government. In j To J. N. W., Risco, Mo.-This column in this country, the power v

tbe union, but the one market is Boston many cases, however, particularly 1| has received your original honi for forward motion is supplied I y

and the price is F.O.B. that during the war years when govern- i j orable discharge papers together a 6,900 horsepower steam turbine r
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market. Should the Ohio farmer ment exercised the power of emiI i| with an application for a correspond- through a set of nonshiftafc'.egears : r''r

ship a carload of wool to Boston he I I nent domain and took over thousands J i ence course. However, there was says Collier's. Thereforethe 1Ls.

pays a transportation tax of $6.84. I of acres cf lands, including i no letter accompanying the discharge I locomotive has a second U.-- ,

When the Wyoming farmer ships a high priced agricultural lands in rural i, certificate, so we are at a : bine of 1 500 horsepower equipped .a.ttMt mm..*.!!*-Soul sue Mt
ear of the same commodity to the I areas and equally desirable and i i loss as to your question. We will with gcar that are moved into '>p- cuff,*.. III sits M .'IlllltU

same market he will pay fully twice high cost industrial sites in cities, return the discharge paper for it is rratg r t.,, '1 when it J nee i ILl MM lilt nun ss start swM alter
'''' to hk [ .tin mi M, w minimi i mmYou've
the amount of transportation tax because absolutely no taxes or money in lieu valuable to you.-The Editor. : u-y ( up

of the longer haul and the high- of taxes is being collected on these .
K transportation charge. lands. i Questions and Answers

Serious Problem inVest Q. I am an ex-G.I. and although I 0. I
What is true of wool is true of have tried to G.I.
consistently get a
The rapid growth of government |
every other commodity whether > loan for a borne I have been unableto
I ownership of lands, particularly in r
from the farm er tbe factory.
< do $o. I know of other men who lQO
Potatoes in Maine and the western states, has led various :1
grown in the
boat
are same as I. They
shipped to New York must : organizations including the U. S.
pay I just don't make them. What's the
j chamber of commerce, to protest.
a transportation tax of $7.50 on
matter? Is the law no good or are
each ear while potatoes j For instance the federal government '
grown the G.I.S who fought a war to save
in Idaho most a tax of I owns 87 per cent of the total
pay their security a bad risk In these
land of Nevada 72 of Utah
per cent
more than twice the amount.
bankers?-B. L. D., Jefferson City
1 and 73 cent of Arizona. The ,
per gov-
Craemer is especially interested Mo.i .
ernment owns 46 million of the 100 FtC
in citrus and other fruits and i. A. The law is a liberal law with
million acres of land in California,
in garden produce. His people the government guaranteeing up to
and these in
must compete In the eastern I figures varying percentages I 50 per cent of a loan of $4,000 for a
!
all the western
apply to
market with the products of I home. As for the G.I. being a good
states. But eastern states
Florida. The shipping tax on a f even in I risk Veterans' administration says
of land has
carload of oranges from Lake 1! government ownership that in thl case of home loans as p
increased in the several
Wale, 1 1a., to New York past years. I of March 25. 1947 they had approvedfor
i The government owns 12 cent ,
amounts to 11.5' while the government I' per guaranty 643,000 home loans witha
of New Hampshire. 7 cent of
collects a tax of $21.93 per face value! of $3,842.080.000 carrying
j Michigan. 5 per cent of North Carolina '
on every carload of oranges government guarantee committ-
shipped to New York from Pomona i and various smaller percentages : ments of 1707000000. As of the
in all other states.
Calif. I j same date claims against the guar
In Baltimore where the huge
anty had been made by lenders in .h
The total of the transportation tax | Glenn Martin airplane factory op- only 212 home loan cases and 42 of F nI

collected is not peanuts, but is a ; crates, the local unit of government these were subsequently withdrawn.

sizable sum that, in the end, the conswner is collecting taxes on this highly Of the remaining 135 cases, claims ______ ,;

must pay. California citrus valuable industrial plant, comprising in the amount of $245,400 have been ;

will to Uncle Sam many acres. It is owned by y ,
growers pay as I paid and this amount win be reduced -
a transportation: tax this year more the army and operated under lease by further recovery through I lets ljtoal azh J 4J j

titan a million dollars on the one I by Glean Martin company. There are' liquidation of security of the loans. fwgelfllRslP0 k

wop.Craemer. I similar situation in many cities. So while this infinrtesimalry small ;!!

as a Californian insists 1 As one instance the navy built a number of defaults may not reflect i
P'
the present method of assessing a 'I tremendous runply depot south of : accurately the long-term trend for ltr cbao ,

transportation tax on every commodity Ogden. Utah It acquired hundreds ':, the loans are made up for periods !
of of the best truck and farm
except coal is inequitable, I acres up to 25 years, the experience to
1 land. This land was taken off the I 111 P arm
sod be is vociferously proclaimingthat I date is that ex-G.I. are an exceedingly

the western states, regardless tax duplicates and revenue of the : good loan risk. On farm loans, th,sort' Art f k tj5a r,

ctrl their distance from the eastern j county government diminished. On' a total of 26,700 has been made and I 3 "J4t A

markets are ahpart of the United ,: the other hand construction of the only 68 defaulted. On business loans, I uIDG t"tit i

States and are entitled to an equal depot required increased activity on 59.450 have been approved and 732 !j .Kb. NOM '

opportunity to compete in those mar. I the part' of the county. New schools have been defaulted. J I

..... A tax it is in the I were needed for children of the employees
on weight, as Q.Mv: son Pfc. L. C. F., was supposed ,i
I of the naval additional
depot, 9
case of coal or on the value of to get his discharge around 1
i got a "pipe lint th.
to
policing was required costsof
the commodity would be equitable, December 12, 1916, and it is now powerhouse when
your flashlight
ad that is what be, as a Califorte highway maintenance rose rapidly April, 1947, and he still has net re- contains these great
i so this acquisition by the federal new'Tverady'
is demanding. ccned his The last time
cells.
papers. For
tb they give double
I government reduced the county str gel you nearly
I. California they count on Craemer be talked to the officials they claimed i toetey, Tb the energy that pre-war *Evereadr
tax revenue and at the same time ,
gutting what be goes after for i increased county costs. they were trying to trace his papers i> 'od..a r batteries gave you No wonder tbeswe .

bit people. I Redress Laws Chaotic but couldn't give him another dis- i th. "bei the largest-selling flashlight batteries

charge paper. Why not? As the t Tattoat detncd lua+!st1,. in the world! No wonder h

The National Association of County a Ioym need it very much in the !! tat Mcac.. sa dud. eta be said, "Get Twea brand
r
CALL RUSSIA'S BLUFF 1 Officials regards the issue as one ': years to come, please see If you cannot ,koaatrm flashlight batieriej tad you get
of the most serious problems confronting do towards the bestr
The time to call Russia is NOW.If something getting

shoe holds the winning hand, as local governments. because him a copy of his discharge papers. I IIrs.

she would have us believe, we hadbtttec : it goes directly to the heart of the -;\ R. II. F., Kaycee, Wyo. I 15..u..4..u et

find it out DOW than later. The I. maintenance of local government A. Apparently your son's papers i, NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY INC.
Under the present code of 49 laws have been lost or missent and his ,
cU should take the form of a refusal I 30 East 42ad Sam New York 17N.Y. '
to recognize her persistent veto which attempts to make some reparation ,i service record has been forwarded by tw/tw.c.bI.u fmlas CorpwdiotMuts
for this federal acquisition of
the separation center to the demobilized -
the
e.f practically everything major-
(!ffiIi
real property. there is no regularity
ity of other governments represent. I personnel record branch, office -

ed in United Nations stand for. Un- of amounts or times for payments. of the adjutant general, 4300

der the U. N. charter this move can Formulas are calculated in each Goodfellow Blvd., St Louis 29, Mo.
Senator : caw. Thus it is difficult or impos. So if the: local separation center
be made, as explained by
Byrd. If, under such conditions, i sible for county governments to budget | can give you no information, write

Russia wants
N.. that is her prrnkf If she I The Butler bill, S 959, and the ; to them. They win send Yell a arn wrnt ,u cur,

should withdraw, then U. N. should Engle bill, HR 2725, represent an attempt form tkely for identification purposes ,= ,u rY

reverse the iron curtain and shot I to bring some order into the and then wBl send yu duplicate I R

picture and set up a policy of sys- papers.N
Russia off from the rest cf the world !
tematic and regular payments. .
Communism.
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Kathleen Norris Says :
Albert Einstein commuting: fro: I

Princeton, N. J.. to New York Citx I. I
recently, decided to lunch on the !
train. A waiter handed him the Disappointed in Love

menu The great mathematic
14 Bell Sjrndlcat.-WJTD rntaftL
fumbled for his glasses but he a

forgotten them. Though extreme t
am e,
nearsighted, Einstein shruggec:::: A

Iris shoulders and attempted tc

read the bill of fare anyway First I

be held it at and then
arms length
close to hat face. But it was IK Keep in Season 1 r LYNN CHAMBERS MENU

use: be couldn't make it out without By Adapting Menus Salami Cornucopias !

his glasses. Finally. he turnedto Swiss Cheese'TomatoEgg I
To Cool Foods I
the waiter and said: "You readit Salad II
Potato Chips Assorted Pickle I
for me, please.
Bread and Butter Sandwich !
The wader shook his head syrn--

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E; ..::e and still like molded salads.
..** a eom larch tot thickening ara

_BrSIVESS. g. INVEST OPPOR_ a i,Jl have just exactly the s il-
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It .. .. want .
'hE AXD SELL r b.t : .' I' : a

;.,or FL.r F.rm [;:. ';::':s ;' w arARMOrR'S.445eE .I T..... Salad.

iis..Cle4eiaslOht.Ear. l (Seem I) c m = i)
SSft 4ay wu& a pr cori. r-, *
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nl.v a r..s.n C... a.bvQ., Ttmm.Ml \ teaiaissn satt
: Eggs and tomatoes make a pretty 2 UMespooas vfcttfar
salad platter for evening suppers udWr = > v -
CFXLANEOCSMOIHE :: i 2 caps tsatato JsieeCX > v
&S.TO-BE' Get1, name fnr that must meet the hot weather I
Baby wtth nMmtacs Esscn-aa' Bj.br problem. Both mar be prepared in -.tae cream cornstarch, salt
Need. BMklet b0t FREE NEW Tea[
_K.IBBIE. SER\ICE .._ .Flftfc_ A..... NTC the cool hours of the morning aa. j 1-Eby.; : Gradually add toaiojuice
IU.T METES Beautiful- -- -. Heato "/ an Act ofeJ to bu Uttlt gim. to ..""11# 1 am 'luiit Deii. Biu I... t ggt */
: print wubaMc
For qnflt.. pot boUVr ainowi rtr Xv to::,('::.W;.,: :as t.:! wall b: tt.efamIly's '': ; boiling point and ,.. iiiinsm ot fr Ills offer of msmtft"
FRKE, : PATTCK and DESIGNS with appetite: to lag before s'.e: boil 1 minute,
5A aMoea s1.96 c o d plus .aee
pos
'3 M.59,. P. A. SAVAGE. iraa E Harts Chang. astirring constant- : By KATHLEEN NORRIS
awe SU, "'..... .,. P. C. I A DULL .MARRIAGE
the menus to st + fly. Pour into mrtl j jdividual
S THERE for
PTt ,' any cure

fact their the needs process In i \1 which have molds been T I hopeless love?" asksAdele lAw bas its pamful side at

r is less painful if !' j rinsed in cold wai i Carpentier, who writes >many know too vett. Adele c.,..

SMALL FRY 6v JqGRE.ATE5T t she realizes that : J ter. Serve oa 1sti i I from a small town near Dallas."My gratin, who lures tn a small

with the first of I A tuce and top wt'dhdressing i love affair is all suffering Texas town, asks Afew Nevis if

the warm weather ; '. -t. .."...::.a&, made by now, and yet I cannot reconcile tine is any kkehbo&d that aW

HAMS the family is I folding in cold, j myself to the necessity of giving can forget her six Wistful yean

apt to fed languid fresrl} .;_.:red peas into cold mayor i np an thought of it. I am 29, of bappiness, 11'J,. teat in
and lazy, rase cr salad dressing her letter continues "and have
'
and lose with ber second cousin, a
not inclined
much
to eat.
Variations Add sliced stuffed olives : a good part-time job and no doctor.
Change immediately and won't young
have a lot of leftovers. you grated onion, diced turkey ox financial worries, as my parents Rather unaccountably bu feti-
chicken drained peas or shrimp i left me a half interest in ai
notber
her
One jag' changed After
of the smartest things
any as desired. Cocktail juice may re-
woman can do is to be generous place tomato juice. i small but good business. died, also there was no obstacleto

with salads m the menu. No. I don't There's nothing fancy about this I "Eight yearsa ago my mother was their marriage, she expected
the usual but ; stricken mysterious disease that the
rean variety, some- next salad the implies long awaited proposal
recipe, as name -
entirely different from what but it's truly delicious. Serve :i j She became physically helpless, would come. It never did. Inttead
you've been having the past few I and mentally a child. Shortly after-
it with cold thinly shoed ham, cake Monty noted
j auaj.
months. Use new fresh greens, try i ward a second cousin of mine, a
and beverage and have good Adele has chance
a i
you a to
j marry
exciting and refreshing fruit ad young doctor, came to this town,
vegetables combinations: and see bow nourishing hot weather menu !j i and it was quite natural that he her late fatber't partner, a itA,

I quickly the family takes to them. Faraaer's Chop See,. i should make his home with us and good ma, tebo bat two young

MJST FOJS KNOW/ If necessary, make salads the (Serves i) care for. my mother. This began the daughters. See n very fond of lit
'
".l.OGG BEST Ga"1HE j main dish of the meals whenever 1 eaaw i J yean that were heaven to me. I little girls, but is tndiferent ,.
chaffed
C5LV'AL KELL0555 COWWTHErVrfTc possible but when doing so, have 1 tap diced eacaaiaers cannot forget them, or get the joy words their fatber. SAw vomden .

R. lS / !tom them hearty enough to furnish the 1 cap silted radish* 'j of them eat of my mind. if sbe could ever come to bee t
I
required aaaaber at calories to car- "We have always led a quiet and use. Itteomt sie
AN:> GREEU PACKAGE. I IR&tJ1..A 4 fresh tomatoes, eat In wedges iarp.saeNetat
on dairy activities This isolated life: my parents were EaTTT -.
ry is
easyto could
1 tap ehapped greea pepper i over forget ."-' ".
O MILY S1Z. and made few fnends-
r do with cold meats cheese and 1 cat shrrMed eahaage i iI + we
eggs. ta.... satt t tU Meaty brought into my hfe companionship -
interest affection: infatuation My friends ...
everything own .-
A nice salad to serve because it'sso teas.... pepper i
was charged Because of our rally know of my love for Moaty.
refreshing is this one which hasa I.
P relationship, mother objected but nobody knows how far
generous amount of cottage cheese Prepare vegetables as directed my that love
to furrosh valuable aroarins for tise above and sprinkle with salt and 1 i strtngry to any talk of marriage earned us before my mother's

v .; and: body bufldmg The citrus pepper. Prepare dressing as follows ; and for six years we concealed our I IIi death. Even by my old French servant
affection for each other from her that not
: is suspected. 11Ien
t !-axes it doubly refreshing ong
|Ii ales at the world eventualty becoming wooM be M ......
:'t.:: days:
< -ing Sear Creaai ........ I lovers, although this was And it would be so good to get liId

Frail Salad .... Z .,.........,_ YiMIv !lOt long before my mother's death of this continual gnawing pain ,I
(Serves *) 1 ........ salt and ceased afterward when I began cheated love"
I Z ....... -.r to plan to be marned. -
: cam cranberry eases, Jasaed
1 putt cottage cheese 1 traaaaaa dry anstard "It was then Monty came to me My answer to Adele is that she

1 small pHIl pepper 1 eq slid a.wr grease and told me that be did not care fort has been too much alone, she kits

1 grated carrot 1 eof esetage cheese me in the way be hoped someday to been cheated out of bsV by far mefe :

1 teaspoon salt love a wife. My life was shattered than Monty's coldness. She lets I
-c bold r,,. tools BTT*'* ."!l bee 12 teaspeea celery sell Add vinegar and seasonings IB hi that hour, never to recover. Be lived m a cocoon; now it is tone tb I
:* ccmlorub ae-ITS iLl aaDC ; sour cream which has been mixed
j never wavered never kissed me wake op and spread her wings. Bw
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even UT try iff it t ucu.:e dJca 2 grapefruit nctisaed
C't'T: rd STAZS. It<,- a -..- 3 sittteaed with the cottage cheese. Pour over again, never softened the blow in isolated years with hermother
,
STAn U .T'-touxrstw eraages
p-m and
pMrde. vegetables and stir
or
greens
Oft U. tub* at uracfiMtodaj 1 head ., lettaceMayeaaahf any way. He quietly moved from her onhappy
Accept La r beSTIZE :..* toss with fork. Sprinkle with paprika the house and for some days I did have perhaps warped her]
***** *x vif If .
Tw tk.I SKtl .- I not see him Once I sent for him to and made simple
i iI Cut slices of craaaerrysaaces' into Vinatssa: If you want to serve discuss the settlement of my moth- I seem a complicated and

I rubes. Combine cottage cheese : a dairy supper. use the Farmer's er's affairs, but his quietly; remote .
t green pepper slices grated carrot Chop Suev as the T-3.- ds: and servewith manner so chilled me that I would Detadeg Sef.
GIRLS! WOMEN salt and seed Fold cubesof -i;: hC' -. .,
celery in zs may rot try that .,am. Months went by; Two facts in your case are.
this If i jellied cranberry sauce, sari::g S -el ; -a::i. J I heard that be was bring with two VTOUS, Adele. You are hatftfg
try you'reNIRVOUS ,
a few cubes for garnish. -cr doctors and bad entered part- yourself with your ideal of Mrat<

Arrange lettuce leaves m sa:a:: -< w"p w:th them. He _'t worth a. A few months *f

: bowl Pile cottage cheese mixture PMitetv ExyeaieedD marriage to tarn would coovaafte

Into center of bowl and surro:-iash D, -- and lonely. I sent for you of his settshaess, sbalha mare
0. 'tRT1IJI DATS" Of MMtfcw I b
alternate pieces of grapef-u t and demanded an explanation and general sadesirabthty i
.. ... ._ _. .. are
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a:"".. m&t. ir5 :No 11fl'T"..t.\ tttiLable c; I I and orange. Serve with mayonna : harge He duly came andt The second fact is that Pha i I
... west ana tl1I'I2.at 1\-- tim. I A salad that is a riot of red *w;le -.- r-t pol-te'v! and regretfully that needs yon and eSers yon a chase
T:..n Ao try L<'c..& C 1".nt.l1aIr'PI1f'- and yellow colors nestling in the > -> ct {" ..rgs were not his to conv to make yourself awed. and setviee-
t&Bl
Compound U re.vra rnnp-
green of lettuce leaves combines *- ,3 .- this matter and that be able-two tremendously maorteat
hart .
matoes with eggs It can be sei f -:a 1.1 rot wash to marry me. elements m """img op a womaifahappiness.

buul AIM up rartanc.a treat toBBKCbie against cinch toalrtr dieTTIM as the main dish at luncheon or S.-. I- -,:: ;e>pa r I suggested that we ;, Saace you are caaa-

day night supper. r- ,"\ anyway since there was no pletersdMeoamd aeaat Moatj.
I
lipid E.PIKrllJrS :o rg I :, .k. .- any other woman He smil- : you may well be so aboat Philip; be

Stuffed Tseaats-Egg Salad. .-E1 y and kindly assured me that may prove a far more satisfctory

\\"' '4 4- (Serves 4) that would not work and went : husband than you imagBM hn ts
-- 4 Arm. well-shaped toaaatoes A tomato salad that Will hold its away That was more than two be. Tour care of the two sand

Salad green shape even if not rf'riteratfd at years ago. I have met him since, : motherless girls win win hv dew

When Your 4 hard-cooked eggs the last minute is this one made but only in the most casual social' don; your new poaitioa name
;
Back Hurts- Z tablespoons salad dressing or cocktail juice may be used n "Now my problem includes my I| your hungry heart Altogether. ]
teaspoon Horrestrrshire sauce the base. late father's partner, now my partner .' would advise tlas marriage, MId
And Year 5tftDJ1h aeelEnertty 1 tablespoon .r mare lemon Juice Dtie undertaking business.i would coaMentty: predlet that it .elbe
It Blow ParR Salt and pepper Calaro-GrapcCnMt Salad. i Philip is a widower with children of a success Pat that carter aaasr

aLL, In ..... br dl..d.e .. 1sYa I Frizzled Dried beef *r crisp, diced (Serves 4) I S and 8. He has bees having a out of your thoughts, wiIff rlnliaali
7 CUI g....... _- I barenRemove 2 large ealavos 'I wretched time trymg to care for follies and school mtatake! and sa
=Is w.d aceaa.l.ts tu. ..a1 rue sad U.i1.crawwb.a tsar j 1 grapefruit t i them and be has always cared for straight ahead tote a digaiaed nod
tl. kid..wa !.d I. ..as.ad. I skins and core from well- Small bead me as a young uncle or brother useful career
aid ab.e -- ITu. tsar dulled tomatoes. Cut m S lettace
or
b,. I might He is a good man no bad The violent passion you felt far
aq ..... aatrlae Mdsael..aate ... I six sections and press open gertiy A favorite springtime salad: for any habits. In religion and background Monty is a thng tact never lasts ft
tea., b..wbr d1.g.uag to make a flower Sprinkle inside is calavo half are the same. I am devoted to''I
w .qua I occasion a shell flied we never has aId it never will except
6a..Cr fr..rt :.1-::.::. with salt and pepper Place on salad with tart citrus fruit. Cut the calavcj his little prls. to whom I am 'Aunt in the nnagmauses of certain awn
... Is
sir IM.peen aaraag sd bare-..-. web a.alwalga greens. Meanwhile chop eggs j j into halves lengthwise and remove DelL Bat I can get up no enthu- and women who have nursed the

W Tbr..Lsd1 kid..'. bt..d.f.b._-lit that pi. ..$. not too anheAdd celery, salad |i sees, Scoop out some of the flesb ,. slum over his offer of marriage shadow of it m loneliness and du-
n.tr _a. seas th.Dees dressing Worcestershire sauce and bet leave enough to hold the sheS and I still thru and suer over the appointment AH marriages fie
?5m. Ie a Mcar a e.t7. aardrlr lemon Juice Season wen to taste. intact Cut the portion removed is.it memory of Monty. Would I have a into>> the bright commeapiace light
teat "-a..u..aar7 I. ti '-Y Spoon into center of tomato Top dice and combine with diced grape- reasonable chance of happiness, I cf everyday hvmg Living wh any
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.. ..teen drag. srs with additional dressing, then with fruit. Arrange the cats,, shells ea I married to this dull kind, plodding. one human being is just as bard at
Gee r..7 S-7Ww'. Ie&q. a :dried beetVariation crisp lettuce and f 2 with the calavograpcfrsit man! He urges it very eagerly, and Bring with any otier Your pros-
I : Instead of egg Ihrg.stu3 mixture. Sprinkle! with I believe he would make a consider. pects with Philip seem to me far

egg, cut in hat crosswise and rely chapped fresh mint Sent ate and generous husband. Might Las f better than any with Bong ever.
DOANS PILLS .
I place ra tomato flower. Garnish with with a lemoa-baney drassiag his: wife, be curei of my earlier would have been.I .

cried beef and salad dressing. 1e1eue4! \or .....,. ......_ Itah.a.










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FRIDAY. MAY 16, IMt,
I"AGE: POCK GlADES OorXTT DEMOCRAT;
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GLADES COUNTY dent came before the commission' it'll onlr'be another four months i it seems to me that the children of tions and other controversial issuer
of the '
children
oth- and take cognizance (
each
requesting tbat'tber'be allowed-to until a new budget is made. Then all nations learn to'know
DEMOCRAT realize their differences who are the real hope of the worldof
purchase four blocks of land west city commission has always gone er, and to that
tomorrow, and try to work oat
MOORE BA\-C. FLORIDAEntered and north of the present school site more than halfway to help with any j are merely superficial
united education
of
that
of four blocks we were a little at such enterprise and will do so' while their true likeaeeees are fun- a plan
would enable these children to bet.
a loss to understand why they I again. damental.
a* cond-cla8 matter. May I ter understand each other, impressing -
I. 1127 at the PoBtofflc at Moore wanted so much extra property but I The pitiful situation in which
I
Haven Florida under the Act of upon them as Mrs. Lattimore
finally agreed to sell them the four the world finds itself today is no I
Not fishermen
Ccorress of March 1IJT.PaklUhrd only Ute commercial -. that their differences are
I blocks for a price of 1699 providing and fish dealers were made I fault of its children. The bitter-I suggests merely superficial while their likenesses

Every. Friday. Hf. they would build the necessary nappy Wednesday by news of the! new, hate, suspicion and are fundamental, it would
I streets around the tract which that bring upon as the ills that are
THE r.l.ADR I'RI'TI'"O, 1m*. passage of the law which will permit I be the longest step toward lasting
CAIlll SETTLE PuklUkrr I would have to be built. At the eossskercial fishing; again OB I ours do not stem from the innocent I, that the world has t'Vkoow.
next meeting the board decided Lake Okeeehobee bat most of the I hearts of the world's peace
I they could not under the law. construct residents and all of the businesspeople As a deadly poison ..
Cbildren.I
bubaerlrtl.. R.te.i for for example, that these
these streets and asked rejoiced with them. The ministered to them Suppose ,
O.e Te.r ___ $2j. learned diplomats were to forgetnationalities
price. We estimated asclosely these destructive and
a new 'ast October body
lake closed -
was to flailing ;
$11: :'1..... __ .-_ II.2SQMEANDE'RINGS what the street them' their creeds and religions -
as possible 1 and since then the fishermen I deadly forces are fed to I'I
construction would cost and added have been trying to Ret some through the mind by adults of every their selfish interest and
that to the f SO* bringing the total help through the courts, but to BO! race and creed. I I for a time think: and talk about the

I cost to $2750. This was rejectedas avail; efforts were made to workout j We would need no United Nations -i' simple subject of L'HILDHEnol
being above the amount budgeted I' as Russian children or An.erican
a compromise with the sport I BO Foreign Policies, no vast I
of 11800 and we heard children, German children or Jewish -
By Carr Settle I fishing interests, but the sportsmen armament programs if the children,I
I nothing more so far as I tan re- the i children but just plain normal
wanted aU or nothing and got of all the world owld mingle together
member, of the project until the. God's childrem.
latter. Now, as soon as the closed OB aa equal basis and all I
Last week the county school motion made at the meeting last season eas--June 15 I think Har- were taught the simple doctrine of Suppose farther that out of such

Man passed a notion ordering the week. old Stewart told me yesterday the love, given the world two thousand I consideration were to come agreement -
mperiBteiident to investigate the Our only reason for setting any traps and seines will go back into years ago by the Man of Galilee. that if the world is to find s

possibility of acquiring a building price at all on the property was to the lake but before that time the There is nothing born into the! lasting peace ALL children must be

MM for a new school plant east of permit the commission to take care fishermen plan to hold a meeting hearts of little children that would: taught certain fundamental principles
It* eanal and outside of Moore of the improvements which the new without regard to religion
and set up a code of their own to them to distrust or hate
Haven. school plant would necessitate suchas .ttbide by the laws which do govern children cause of any other race or creed.I.I custom or creed.-To lore ontlanother.To
I can't believe that even the members extension of light and water lines each other.-
the fishing. Harold has been particularly This comes only from the teaching respect
who voted for this motion had and construction of necessary active in efforts to bring of their elders and brings in its To he kind and le&erous.-To magnify -

any real idea of ever going through streets No three people to the back fishing and while there may wake the misery and suffering that I world relationship and teach

with such a plan, even If the county are more anxious to see a have been times when he got discouraged has been visited us down nationalism as of minor Importance. -c.
upon
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property were given to them. Rather new and modern school plant than he never lost faith that
the so-called weighty probletnLthat _
would It seem that it Is an effort are the three members of the com all He through ages. The
would out alright.
come the learned
much concern
to focus attention on the price mission but we. too have to watch that the fishermen are most Left alone together, their child BO '
says of no concern to I
made the board by the city com- our dollars very closely and stretch grateful to Representatives Joe minds nnpoisoned by elders, the diplomats are 'i1
desired in town Not only boys and girls of all races and all CHILDREN anywhere in the world. :
mission for the site them as far as possible. Peeples end W. J. Hendry for their :.
a price which they say is beyond the that but we must place sl1ty- ne work In their behalf In the Legislature colors accept each other at face They do not care about who con- -
who dominates the ir
this value. They play the same games, trols Palestine,
this for from
amount budgeted year per cent of the money received and Attorney R. K. Bell who '
purpoae. land sales into the bond sinking carried the ball for them In the .enjoy the same things and are unconcerned Panama Canal what boundaries are
that for the we'll as to tie color of skin where.
Without going into fund and after that is done courts; also to every citizen and the slm- >.
time being let's look at the pro- 'still have to round up more than a business man of the area who helped or the slant of an eye. Teach these- youngsters
what it build If in their deliberations our world pie truths about the world 1ft
posed new site and see thousand dollars, at best, to out in the fight.
offers. It is my understanding that i those streets. diplomats would forget for a time which they live. Help them know

they wish something like twenty- I would ask you citizens of the matter of boundaries, repara (Continued on Page 10)a

two acres of land for the new Moore Haven to remember that -
building program. Since it ia dif- neither the state nor the federal ? 00445 t Mo8e "

ficult to Imagine an individual' government has yet appeared In {

at landowner this time parting for less with than property a hun, the municipalities.form of a Santa Our entire Claus operat-to the Too Late, To Classify Ir Horses Horses!! Horses!!

dred dollars an acre this immediately ing revenue is derived from taxes d
By RUSSELL KAY
brings a figure of $%%00. The on a comparatively small amountof

city is not able to extend its water non-homestead property, cn proceeds 'coooO OO t'O:4000 FOR SALE
mains east of the canal at the from land sales, from oper- I
present time which would necessitatea ation of the municipal water and Interviewed In Miami recently,
water treatment plant. In all light plant from licenses fines Eleanor Frances Lattimore. author
of 15 best selling books for chil- 1f
probability before Tallahassee and forfeitures. In a community of 4
would approve. The land is low', this size that isn't much revenue dren, made a statement that grown-
"world t WHITE STALLION old saddle broke ___... U3O:
I ups, particularly diplomatsand 24 >r. -
along the highway and would prob- but, so far. we've been able to kt''p'our

ably require considerable filling to heads above water and to whittle leaders, might ponder over. Frllltows GELDING, 2 l,1. old, green broke --- *15O
make It usable, several thousandsof down the indebtedness left UB Born in China where her father
dollars more, at best. Children: I I by a bond-conscious earlier genera' was a professor in the University I BROWN GELDING 2 )T. old ________ .. _.$250

going from town to school wouldall tion, a much better record than of Pel Yang, Mrs. Lattimore has CHESTNUT MARE 3 ... old saddle broke ___"20O
be required to walk across the some municipalities have been able traveled extensively and is familiar

highway bridge, an excellent opportunity -I to make through no fault of their with children the world over. i

for lots of accidents to own. She said, "As I have traveled Can Be Seen at Sugarland Ranch "i>
happen. No I don't think anyone If there is an opportunity to get about seeking first-hand materialfor
need bold their breath waiting for the school plant underway this my stories I have found that I

the State Board to approve such a I summer I don't feel that the school boys and girls are much the same It

site.When board need worry one minute about the world over whether they live Sales Department
members of the school some plan being worked out to in China, where the background of .;

board and the county superinten get around that budget; deal for my books are laid, or in Denmark, *

__ _nn______________ I the scene of my 'Seven Crowns'." 'I UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION

"The background Is different but

little children resemble each other; CLEWISTON FLORIDA 1
much more than grown-ups and Y 1J
have the same reactions to their

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-- GLADES roOnDDfOCUT PAGE FIVBOTICK
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\ OF O KKtKKKMM; M 1.- dtaicribod land in' Mar 147 at hi. chambers in Moote DesrM....s c, Lad S T Ii A. T. uam Assessed

tH1t4TleA: .. ..AlL ro**>lIitn''TM" I C'Ot.'IrrY : Ha,en. Florida for letters patent incorporating -
IH..1 BciaDiac.t. point on the .1 the Church of Christ of East 1, Ac of Wt of Tract .
Blot *.HILT, M4T I meander Una around Lake Okee- Lalceport Fltrida a Corporation not 1 teas Rwy Tract 37 -14 tI U 1t.N.. IL ....
ehob het mown hjr the T E. for profit The aaM church shall Tracts I. 7, 8. 1J U _it 44 II MM" K __ ri1
I Fr .. and It- \cat4 in Lak.pert . Tract 21 lea Lot; 1. __SEV > 4* SI 1.7'1 X. Meyer .
Alter theyou
boktialr a Public heanna 1 feet west of dur) ..< I.,?G."- t"'UI;:\ r K.rida And xt-o.il t>f $ 4k .N 3-4 of N l3 of
1 36. U4j. fc( the countyurt i SeoUaa 12. Townafaip 42 South, for the purpose of maintaining an SE% NH of SBf of
Glatfe County. Florid. and R*.* It orth W thence I I n.n'&I ,aakllaC special investigation tb t ts *+t the Federal R/W I of religion services and ASfe of fW% of

Ute Soil Conservation hoard ha de- around Lake Okeecbobee. thence duties The qualifications for m mber E3i _. ----34 42 S3 33724 R E tuna Kp
Ierpsined
that there i. need it th* in southeasterly direction 1V1UI I hlp shall be an acceptance or belief tilt of NE:ia lees ..M AcRwy
rteyM o' the public b alth, safety the southerly line of said R/W in the principles of said church .- _-JI U IS "... R. E Knrtt .
W.i1 welfare for the organisation of a -87 feet timmee south flf4U which qualification are fully set All _____ 1 1. IS 54' Wilson Trammel' Atty. !ti
Conservatioa Dletriet wh.ch wi11 feet to the mianier line, thence forth in said charter The term for All -__ a q IS tN Wilson "Trasmwen Atty. _
dude all Unds lying mth.n the in a northwesterly direction with which the f" poO:..t.un; shall eil!t i.. All _._ IS 33 u. WIlMa Trammell .33t 1313
ggal boundary of Glades Count. Ute meander line to the Point Of : p'lu..i. .end the affairs of the Wilson Trammell
Beginning containing C.,4 acre >'"r[><>r"Uullball be managed b> officers All ----- S I N/ Wilson. Trammell =: :U
Ia view of the above facts and tn The Purchaser ia to pay the advertising who shall be elected annuaH All .. ___ a 35 8U 447 Wilson Trammell Atty. 33,13
-. iance with the Florida Soil ConDiatricf coat. Said officer shall be known as NW ra J7 311 8u 119 Was H. Jackson ___ HJf
aldvatoa Act. Chapter S2 THE TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL elders deacons and trustees. the _-21 31 at Wsv O. Jackson __ StXH
G _stn tee of 114&. referendum will UiPROVEMSMT: FUND rn the powers and duti> of which are fully Tract I if,' off E atilt of
M/ ..... ta the above deocribet terrl- right to reject tke aale. set" forth in the Charter. The highest Tract i u 7 U I... R E. Kurtz __ ...
IIr7 to determine the, wiahe of BT ORDER of the Trustees of the amount of indebtedness to which the Tracts I to S me a that part
1u11dewnera therein on the esUon Internal Improvement Fund of the. rfK.ration mat at any time subject of tract to It inc A
ail. Mated.Dlbte State of Florida -lf shall tx IH.2S004 and the That Part of Tract X to
; oio Refea.a4um-Yes 31. 1941 MILLABD F CALDWBLLATT. amount in real estate which it ma> 11 inc N a E of RR _IjS 41 U UI.IIIL B. Kurtx UUI
, rsile R.WaYI OP a-- *e AMoore M. UOC... livid subject to the approval of thectrcuit Tract 29 S dr W of RR _...JJ 41 S3 J C Minor t.M
, w I:" P. LL 3udge. i* *5 .. *4. Said c or- All Frae or Lobi. 2 '- S *. Train! sfl Att} JB
r 1'\aUt.. PI."". F. C. Elliot. Secretary oration shall be purely and solely All Free = 1 IIII: Trammell AtI1 1ac
' Ha..n-county Court House. Trustee I. i. Punt for religious purpose a* set forth in -.- '" C 2.t
,. north LaBolle P 8 Fescle' Hamt. April II 25. May t, I. It. It41. detail in the proposed charter and Lots 1 z. Block : _! Dale CBeaten M
Lakeport-Cottaptot's Store. which is cow on file in the office of Lot i' Block 4 Drip C. Bautilt M
fatajdale-Post Office the Clerk of the circuit Court in and "'-_ ..."...ra 3a 44t 2*
.. : voters will be landowner tOTICE Te <'IIDR9MSIN : for wades Count Florida specific Lota 17. 11. 19. 29. Block J.- & mswllinSfct Y3
Mho ova land within the territory f..rence to which is hereby made Hraterd 3R ** 1p '
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MBUlibi.! in this notice THE COUNTY Witness our hand and seal Lota 2}. 24. 2i J6. Block
( A. P SPENCER IN AND FOR GLADES Jl'DGE-S COCNTT COURT SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE OF U o.oq. Gail .JI
Administrator State Soil FLORIDA. IK PROBATE. NO. 21% Mrs Fred Hammond Ps4.dle Hta.. P1rt ;w 1 I 4<* 9n
. Conservation Board. In Re' ESTATE OF J. X CLICK (SEAL) Lot 3. Block J .- __ B. X MflbMarcaret oN
. I. II. Milton Ooidotein Fred Hammond (SEAL stwj*.le IM... PIM :\.. X 1 *1 Sa
f Gordy). \ David G nick ISSAL Lots 1. :. S. t. Block SI a Br-
CreditorsDeceased H. Click SEAL) =-
To All .sa
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All I'erson --
n. Is THE ("IRCI IT C4URT 0. TUB HaTing Claim or Demands Against D. 8. Click (SEAL Falattfaie He.. Plat \.. 4 1 44 7i

:: TWELFTH JIDICIAL URCIIT I* Said Estate: HarveO Prtdgen (SEAL) Lot 11 BI"k.' ._ __ Rahn CeaIaa .II
; AMI FOR (.LADt.o COI">T1. F'LeR Wendell Click SEAL) Lots 1. 2 P. A. MIsr
. You. and each of >ou, are hereby James S Click Block IIS ----
10.'. IN CHANCEUV. MM notified (SEAL) Lot 5. SE. Unit I
and rewired to present any Ma) 2. S. 14. IS.OK ] It Slosh UCPaleUale Gtldltll3. :
-rlatsM and demands which you. or His. ..tJ- 3 fi 2a
j BILL TO Qt lET TITLE either of you. may have against the I Lots U to 24 me = U B = i.
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estate of Milton Goldstein (Gordy). .TKE Tt1 SLF .I B1)4LL1QLET Lein 15 to 39 toe= tt Ddriek _
1 OORli HAVEN DEVELOPMENT daceoaed late of Glades County Florida : 144 ERGL'% Lots 31, 31 Block 29 ___ iht. R. Glaa1er :II
COMPANY. a Corporation, to the Bon. J. M Co *e. bounty DRA1\4BE I.I'TRICTIS T.'X .'.1'4.,.. at LaBette ____14 42 28 L
Flora tI Judge of Glade County and tile the Lot 7. Block -D ___ Go 4. BinIIIe .II
v.. same in his office In the County Paudlaa City 1 41 a>
EMPIRE SECURITIES I Courthouse in Glade County Florida NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN That Lot 14 Block B" .== )In, 0. ALBws .3
CORPORA within all land delinquent on April 1. 1947, Palm
TION. a dissolved Florida eight calendar month City I 41 II :
"" 11on. et al Cor- from the date of the first publication for non-payment of 'arI:6 Lot J! Flock 4 __-= Mrs. B. 0. .AIDIea ...
Defendants. hereof Said claim or demand to age District taxes, for the : Lots 20 21. Block t P. A. Mats Bet M'
\OTICK TO contain the legal address of the claimant or to much thereof a* may be necessary Let IS Block S a: Lot ... t
ORDER OK API'KIR and to be sworn to and presented to pay the amount of taxes on Block 9Beeker ___ Mrlk .. O. AUilsr 1M.
STATE OF PI ICATION% aa aforesaid, or.._ will be said land for said year together City Park 14 A 16 43 20 $
FLORIDA TO: barred. See Section 129 of the 19SI with the cost of Bale specified in theInws Lots IS It 17, Block tt = lea story 1n4r111i ".
Empire: Securities Corporation, a Probate Act ajovernln said District will be Lot 4. Block 43 .- __ Mlghtower :I
dissolved Florida Corporation; St. Dated April 23. A. D 1547. old I\t public auction, beginning V4lawa Park __StHlaklaad 41 :as:
Loris. Union Trout Company, a Mtaoe BRUCE L. BARFIELD. o'clock noon on the second late S. 4. BiekC" 1W., A. Be5lYad oN
ri Corporation aa Trust..; FlorHsven As Administrator of the day of June, If.'. at the front door Terrace _. _::II 42 9
Corporation, a dissolved FlorM BMete of Milton Goldstein of the Court House in the City of Lot 14 flock 12 ___ W. Lawreaes gal
Corporation: Glades Loan and Investment (Gort), Deceased Moore Haven Florida and continuing h....,. ----SO. 42 :a: *
Company lac. a dtaaolved Mitchell D. Price. &art... FlorenceA until said sale r# completed.A Lots ... 45. 4.. 47 6. :: ..... 1'
Florida Corporation. Republic National BarfteM. complete list of such delinquent ..:. U.
Bank, a dissolved Missouri Corporatlon. >> Attorneys for Administrator land i* available for public inspection PalssUw, Plot \.. 1 ._-_ Ie JIll .
the unknown assignee. sue First publication on April 26 1>47 daring the business hoar. at the LOU 12. 11. 14. U. Block m. C. L. Sniffs .!3Pal.
ceor in tab,..... trustee* and any April K. May t, 9, 1'. office of Tax Collector for the County S Lew. Ftat >.. J _- b 341 M
other part claiming by. through pads of Oiade. in the Court House at LOU 19 to 24 Inc, Block
or against the aforesaid defendants Moore Haven. Florida, and Inquiries 17 __-- .--- --.:..- WiUm. P. raodj L2JL33
; V Vice President NOTICE TO APPLY SOB LETTKR? as to tend mended in said delinquent 12. 13. 34. 14. .
mot a rtu".fP: Empire Securities PAT EtT list, by mall or by telephone. LoNts .. T. W Scott ... _
Corporation, a dissolved Florida Corporation or in person, during the ...1_ Hall OCr in a a1: H 33
lu. F. Cook Secretary and hereby hours will b* fully answered by said Lot 4 Block II __ M. P. Dickinson .!3
Treasurer. and a Trustee of Empire Notice ia given that the unto Tax Collector. Lot 3 S' Lot 4, Bted
Securities Corporation. a dissolved derafcned win apply one of the R D YODER, Tax. Collector 13 Mr .AMada L Bmv .-' LIZ
Corporation; L A. Amend. ....... CireSt ledges fen and for Glades Glades County ........ Lot 9. Block 4S --- -HZ- 3'.u.
Secretary and Treaaurer and a Trva- Coanty. Florida, on the 24th day oNO lay !. 14. 22, 13. 1947. ;

lee of Empire Securities Corporation.a Lot 11. Block 14 -_ Betsth a Wslkett L53
diaaolvcd Florida Corporation; Isaac 1..-....|g *..... B4B> heel .
T. {'oM. Karl B. Watkina. Executor tier ____. .14t 35
of Isaac T. Cook Estate: U C Miley; ICE Lot 1. Block 3i __ __-__._. Haothsa Walker ___ .ta
Bar T Miley and Mra. Earl T. Mile). Lot 2. Block J7r -__ Bien -..... Lassa .!3
hit wife: Mr. Goldie MiJey Bailey; .4teae lieu 4M. To H"
Mr* Ada Mllcr Barnard Mr. Mary Notl> e is hereby given that the :following d< S cr: bed binds will b sold 41 11
bills *ehr.ben; Ura. Wanetta MileyThooBpaon it public auction on the s-rond dal o f June. A. fnt". at 12 o'clock noon lx ts 41 4:. Block I : DDhtIIea Wet __ .IS
; Mrs. Eunice Miley Miller: it the Ci.urt House door in the Cit ty of Moore Ha ven. Count of Glades (' w.c. A Tesas led Ti. r
Route Miley and Mrs Rollie :Miley. State of Florida to pay the amount d lue for taxes herein Diet opposite to the Mail City ._ __.W +t M

his wife Mrs Mildred Mile> White. tame. together with all coats of suchK ale and advertising Lot 11. Block If. __ ..... Lee Bey 1illlry __ .!3
Mrs Cora Miley Harrij Loren MUey PwurU ,... T. II aH 4Ky 1f 4S ..
and Mra. Loren Mitoy his wife; WBLE D YODER Tax Collator of LoU 12. 13. Sleek I Dstetbsa Walior _____ .!3Pai
Kirohhoff and Charlotte Kirchboff Glade County. Florida .del. 3 41 3t
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his wife William H. Schrubonnd Lot 12. Block J! ,... .oN
'tir IJIpr .. ?
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Mra M E Schruben. hi. wifeTkoodore Lot 17. Block n .13
Kl.tt: Theodore >C. Klett Lot L Block atl-==== _-. 'tti
and Mrs ThoMon* C Ktatt. his wife: 1DESCRIPTION Lot 12 Block J.ha Miai/s.d
Oharle Klett and Mrs. Charlea Klett.hte a Lot 13.: Block ril_ :=:: :: i ft SpwrlockJ. -=: ::

wife Mm Holda Klett Kin*. OF LM e TO 11MOw 'S..tc..tD Lot --_ K. Steven _- *3
Mia Norma Klrtt W. A Pepper and I: s Lot li.B=,: lit = Mara John Moreland ..= :.I3
Mra. W A Pepper his wife W. B.Rauletune J ca .". Lots 1. 3. Block 1M Lila Of Hamilton
and Mrs W B. RaulMoo: 4 sSWM : i Lot 1. Block 127 _. --=-=- :::: C >ds Freeman ::-_:== :::

hill wife Manfcrd Rich rd_ and s ,. = Lot .. Block __ J. B. Stevens __ __ ./3
Etta Richardaon. his wife Thomas Lot 24. Block 142 -- Franklin Flick --- -_ ..33r.
Richardson' mm* Bra Thomas Rtchard- ..... .. ._ (eairr 9m 44 13
son, hta wife: Mrs Margaret Rtchard- Lot 21 2!. Block SI 'R J. Howell .!3
mom Ruart n Mra Martha Richardson _. --"-- __ 5 43 %IE'Lf K9 E W. Buffington and Lot 17 Block 71 _. _.___ WiRfam H. Avaat =-= 13
Conwell;: Mrs VWa T Duct. R A. Gordon 7.19 Lot 4. Block M h WL33sm H. Avant 33LSI
Clifford Guy Willard and Mr CUf1 SET( a sswi of LoU I. 2. 3. 19 to 33 Inc. ..,
:. his wife. loa: 1t U 26EL 120 E. W. Buffington and Block US __ __ Brady Padgett _
WI.G'Un.'t G. Smith R A. Gordon 4.U LoU 2. :'. Block 139 __ hs.y PadccttPodfttt __ .!3
Lewis, aa President and Director, and I of J.w a Sts of NEMI LOU 14 15. Block lift __ -... _____ .tI
sol. surviving Liquidating Agent of 41 %tW' 409 James 8 jammon it,77 All Block 12S. 123. 1J4 __ A. tefeleeterJoe __ .IS
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Republic National Bank, a dissolved I ._ __.-St N It .. AH Block 131 _._ __ B9nb P.di>ett _____ .!3
Miaoourl Corporation Geo. T. Priest Tract 2/.25 24 tt 2' 24 Cues V.AAuustinin 93 Lot S. Block 129 _- -p.hr ett -- .93
a director of Republic National Bank. Tract 1$. Block 4 It tl 2t 19 Exe .93 Lou 1. 2. Block 139 : __ Btmr t=stt =-= :!3
a dissolved Missouri Corporation: Mr. Tract 4. Block 2 ...21 II It 10 Charts L. Morse 93 Lot 14. Block 111 __ __ ...... __ .11
R Mie M Busch Jackson. Trustee: Tract 1, Black 4 n tt Jt, 14 Mrs. Myrtle G. Walker 93 LoU 1. S, Block 131 .-. == .13
W H Ponti ia and Mra. Miley A. j SS of Tract 3, Block 4 a tl It 1 I Mrs. France A. Good- 1>OU S: 4. 7, I Block 1324m ihasilr ;:stt I .!3

Pontius. Ma wife. Mr. Ethrl Pont"1We jon 1.23 .*.. --- -.-- -- ._--_S* 41 35
t. W W. Pontitia and Mrs' w. W. Tract 2. Block 1 iii 41 2 9 10 George D. Read 93 Ont Lot H lea De to Lewis
Pontius. his wife if alive and if any Tract 4. Block 1. Tract 12. Thomas, Block "H"Begin B. 19kwd.y S.45
be dead to their respective unknown Block 3 .. JC 41 -*I U Godfrey A. Lind 123 at KB Cor of Out Lot'Q'RunS315Ft.Wto
"' 1"d""I_ legate grantees. 8WM, of Wiof NEV IT 42 M 10 Mrs. Elisabeth Nulph .53
ei.- ; .' $W 11 42 2 1 I 19 R E. Johnson .73
cretiti.ra. and all other parties 8H of lof 1NM wm 1B Ti RR Rwy. N along RR Bwr
log tJ). through nmter or again l EtgotNW* of SWfc .21 41 Z'I 25 Dr. Thomas L M.oe M to N Line: of Owt Lot *QT.
Mid parties rMpertiveU and'otoll' Sw" vf $W .-. .a 42 Z9 49 X J Adeia T TIl..... 1.94SS Then E tc POE 111 ft. D. Ii.I tl
perwn having or cla.lI W tb of of SEt Lots 94 17 79, U. 134. 137 Yen Hendry :==:
terert m the subject matter of this S fc ..r"d, of SBV LoU I*. II __ ____ ... B. IIeMIIy __ Ut
suit bv through, under or against .-.li of E% of SW% of '*.*.* ....... _,.._"11 A 3i 4S ISlet
one or morO of aid Defendant hejein SE1& _ ___21 43 2! Wm F. Madill 2.74 1" Block Y. T. Bat
named, and to all persons b 8W15 of NB% .Zt tI I!I 14 Mra. Frank Calvin .93 Lot 12 Block i7--=:'=: M flmM- ? Jor' == IH
or claiming any interest whatsoever SM of d 1J'1& -1: :1: 2I 34) W. G. Grouse Son 1_94So Lot 21. Block 1S9 __ Farabo* au
Yids
ta tke following next described Und: Wof --1": !I Mrs. Jos. T. Waters 7.99 LoU 3, 4. Block lit __ Tan De Vomeft __ all
Ton and each of you are hereby iiaofWtynNWM-- II 41 >11 I 49 A. F. Dukersckein Eat 3.74 J. T. T. hr .ske.Ne }.r, 2 41 1i
gates notice that Moore Linea Tract H ___ __ I N 14 I 19 H.. H. Wright .91 4, 7 RI04* a C. .. 1IcC'.oy: ____ LY1
Development Company a Florida Tract 12 S441 4 1 19 Fred Strnnk .91 Loot ... Blonk T __ ..... a ......
( .Id &M.IdI Tract 13 __ .. I 14 John W. Freese 93 JibnaM __ -____ LM
daymalt -.xpta Itn. Ned tD ... Tract 21 --- 1 44 I 19 J. B Laycock .91 Keederlee ...*- __ __ __ S 4t 151
Circuit Court for Glades County.PIopNa Tract 4 __ __..JI M H 49 Mrs. J. S. Spurlock I." Lot :a. Block S ___ ..... 3t411tk --- u___ L"4
in chancery its Bill of c.- Tract 11 -. ... 31 I 39 Mr*. Edith Parker 1.24 fAt 34 Btoek I '\\. '1i. Ya8CJ' -- ----.- S
M04M in tM.0...* entitled cause Tract 47 -- IS 4i 1 14 P. R Grifrith Eat .93 1mts 3, 4. Block I ___ Hatch Archie ..
against you and each of you wnerortaliwhereby Tracts .-- 11Tract -: N 39 Mr. Garland Ush I." D. TOOBR. Tax Colfeettr otOls4
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said complainant .Mir 9 24 I 39 Amt Laerergren _- 1.34

tW aiet Ka title against you<< In and 4 ___. -- -- II .. 13 19 J. H. Steven :93 M Co Mf. FterMa. .
il ire following deacriWd id.ssit- Tract 5 14 N I 34 Gust Panagopula 1.34
sated in Glades Count*. F Tract 11 -. >t 14 Mary Alice Gibbon 93
.... .. S 14 !Vfrs. John Moreland .93
wit:1'1:1' Southeast Quarter 8flection ,) Tract 1144 -' --- ...... .. >t 19 Royster Warring MaMa .93
NOTICE
of Twentyive ,11). n ___ __ t u 24 S 19 Lyko BrIt. -. &.. _____ .9*
TomnakJP Forty-two South ,. BTli ). ITrad of OEM .1W 1f -- :: > S 34 W. BueII-.lter LS4
Irt -two Sass ISK). and SE11 of HEM .t Mall -.- ::: 24NEi1 I 19 Dr. Lee Roy Henry __ 33 Notice Ie hereby given that the following described ..... or as tanak

::1: /If (N H> te North- I of sRM ef IE" --1T 41Koi S 14 Larry E. Taylor .It thereof as will be neres sry to pay the amount d.. f. LMrlsn J-.a 0....-
::. a V> of 3ectienenS I ot "Ii .f16. MBl1 __It 41AW'Ss 34 Jacob Harms Bet, Paul ys Taaw, herein eat sppssite to t" oases. tigstber with aM issa id Irs11
,.. -te i428) To..nallip Fort- : .. Crosakrvger. ...... I.S4 sal4 aid advertiains. will be sold at public auction on inajjr. Jat.Slid *
,.. Ranat' ntrtyt ofNW'4 354) I 4 39 Nina Henderson Larson L34 of J A. D MmWs Readied Ferty-seven. st etereaV El PeK '*- M., :
EaM ( ). and the IMItb $ O1 13 34 Dorothea Walker 1.34 Ute Court house door In the City of Moore Haven, County of ...... Stainof
BaIt IS,*) &J32W Section ThirtyToatnsbip ..28)(Je)., ;" Ac sf \ JB M f4M: ptaHs.
F-two South NW y of SM --_ tt JS"lt 3 Mr. Amanda L SJocum IM
Range Tlilirtthr&ast IUE). of 8E\ Ot 8W11 1 44Wt M 39 A. H. Hobson __. .... R D. YODEL Tax Collector 01Co8atF.
New. t sr.fore.y u. and etileoa ; of SRM .f WWMWt 4 tI I e 39 Mr*. Frank Carrier 1.14 OlaiH Florida.t '
,.00. are hereby rpAppest prueveding' t(> 011 or of SE\ of U 3 -- I 43 31 24 M. P. DtrklnsMW t.M

bdwe ante l4.nd.y.In such tM t\JI day of June.A E1E.f:; r. of of N N'W\ .f

D. the G.des.n.l"= 0" of 3111\ .1 tl 4. I 19 Dorothea Walker 1.S1
fond Rouse i Moore Hayes M sib of EW3itIiE% __.1 41 .19 39 Ja* E. Bradley -- Lit
ids aM spa your ., te a..t.1 .. .-- -.II 41r I H It M. Baker ___ _N
Cly
tN al11 sail default will ben take -_ 11 I U: 39 .. a. TH 1." a
by you S = _.I$ J. H. ..._ -- a.ft
and said cause will pre- Tract 13 II S G. C. Hitchcock HRPRIPTA'' of LIID I ; TO SSHer asel!'F.D
a.&It you nest 11 ___ _..D -- 1.SIn s .
teed! ell .....t.. 39 rranklm FUek -_ Lit =! a s
IT 1$ OBDEREP that this 04ed'Orderin Tract r. ::::-- ..: I'Tract n U Gnat PaaatopnU ___ .91 i / : i,

LContSlaiwocrat peat .n. r ., __J 11 39 Mra. K. G Anthony 11:1: f S C
ana.9 of 18Ei( .- --- 5 4g3ie n 99 C L. Bmcktmrs :
FtoridsroO publishedssstk wlsktot of lC'4 et"W X
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Constr. ii
8W2 __ ___ 41 II 19 Francis M. Boynton
foot tossecaUve "HILa. I.leon ... __ ____ ._ 1CH II Tract S4 13 43 33Trocu 14 R. X Braathv -3
DONE AND ORDERED Florid ww31 of WWI of3W',1 .. 11 Jacob Heflin .____ ____ .n 1 1H S9. 42 _13 42 24) R. E. Sorts -
Hae*. Glades CM.b' INT.CLRRK 1 .t" IgWMi5 NWRWi __ti 4t 14 George Yilmsky WR Es of Tract 14 43 33 S Btitk *: J. S, :Air ItI
ibis 5th cIa) tit MQ A. D. "I'-.ct it .. ...- -__ -II tlN'h U Hngh A. Brankstone .93n Tract 14. IS tf 14 41 S3 S&M Thomas W. -EWk _
( !lLU.) 119 it 15x E 3.9 Ac of WH Tract '
? & =f\ : : .II ttn 19 Henry A. Sehlf eter __ 1.11 1 leas Rwy ( ..fc) tad

Ae CSert Oreslt County. 1 of W. of SE- _.Ii IISWr I n 19 Margaret S. Lpso Bst .93II Tract' 37 04,13 Ac) .14 *a it 1t.It.. E. Kwta ...._.--- i s
aDd dot Gladea ,. 01 SW- of SKII 411oof 19 Bnsssll Past** ft! Tracts t A 7. Tract I (9.tfAc 'II
Florida.y i4431 n tt Lynn 3 Irwtn 114II -
SW'4. ) Tract IS ftt Ac) : :
"a B. 1C. M. tt S NEE yof NWi, _It 41 M Dan Cook -- LIt Tract 22 <14A) _-..*4 4* ElSBIt. '44 R & KsBM :.-. .-..r.. N
S'of W,,4 K SEM ofF ; N 3-4 of JWV of
41 31 19 Henry A. Sckloster 133s KK* !lit of 3Wt. of q
TAebesse 1NTd.* ='%-r _% of-iWi: 31 U.U T J. HoweJte Bet ____ l. !IBM S* of SBV ofB ,

Sft% i5 .W'.. of NWt.13 J 11 Henry \ *&? -_ .| ; S% of SWTV of "-
SOTICR"Jvs&asrg. EM 01 Tract 34 __ _J1 dgia I : George =: H' __ '_ .21 *t St ..... M. B. Ksart 1t.r1J Q-I
= =_ .. -
of BWt: or 8Y .1$ 44 an wAsr -- B of ifE>4l lam JJ4 ..Ma ,,,-. -
NOTE'E Tract .1 (la a>,) ._ __ I 41 1 1'I"ract H --. --' *wy 41 M Iljf B. B. Kajrt Itf.
vf 14 ___ -- ---11 U 8 I II a. N. biopsy ____ 1' 1 TtfMsft tTl ... a: 'ftat .
Fu Tinets 5R a eaE1Kraft .1 34) R E KMttsS3 __ IUt -
'V'to :
:= S&W-VSSiflg a _1443 S Bdith J S. Aly __ lf.. A That part of
Ii 42 33 132.S3 R E. Kurt isr:t
jtortKIW.-I7. hi Tallahassee.t91' Tracts 14 15 20 It tI 33 11>3 Thorns W Kurt t. 4S ice N & C of RR --- -
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PAGE_613- GLADES---COUNTY_. DEMOCRAT -
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Sanibel and Captiva famoru shell and beach resort Ie- state are only mildly acquaintedwith A
laads ia Southwest Florida. the pleasure and interest derived -I -
Islands Are Famous Shell collectors from all over the from a trip to these beauti
country make annual visits to ful places.
For Shell BeachesSanibel these two gall islands to add to Many residents and winter (ni- MACK'SClewiston
their collections, and visitors from onists of the Island have built up
and CaptKa. the tropical every state in the onion registeredat ; I unique shell collections valued at
Hawaiian like isles off the main- the 1947 Shell: Fair this pastMann thousands of dollars and many are
: I Yet residents of oar OWl happy to show them to casual visitors -
k. of Lee County, are the most .
_u I If and fr.*.. The school chil- Itltl rG STORE
I dren of Sanibel work on special _
projects daring the year and display -
f examples of their work from FloridaDrug
l time to time at the Sal bel Community ,
: Get the Habit of Shopping at Roue.I .
Sanibel and Captiva are reached
. I by> Ferry from Punta Ras a. l&I I
miles sooth of Von Myers. Two t
TbDepl. I. terries are in operation during the
I day from 8:00 a. m. until 5:30: p. (( (( Dept. )) ))
.'Family. I Fort m. The schedule of running times
can be picked up when you stop
M yen, Ia the Lee County Chamber of ( FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY
u e merce in the city of Fort Myers"om-I

Store" Fla. a folks get on acquainted duty there session from 9:00:with a. m CARDUI, reg. 31.00 . . 69c

until 5:00 p. a. I STANBACK, reg. 25c, 2 for . . 25c
For an entertaining vacation

perience and bathing unexcelled e\-I Aspirin, Bayers, reg. 75c . . 49c
Terms Purchases $10 or More he Gulf coast make your plans
Easy on
50c 29c
to visit these island Ipana Toothpaste, reg. . .
BUY FROM OUR ('\T\LOG-OYer 100.000 items in Florida's tropics. \eeommooaflans -!
should be arranged for in advance -
)
and the Chamber of Com-
--- entree ia ready sad anxious to help

you pleasant and, restful the family and exciting to spend time a: I (( (( Grocery Dept. )) ))

with your next door neighbors in I
GENERAL ELECTRIC Lee County GROCERY PRICES GOOD EVERY DAY

APPLIANCES AND SERVICE \OTI(,.:--ItV "'I..: I No. 2 Can Golden Bantam Corn 21c
1
The Board of Public Instructiondesires
MAYTAGAPPLIANCES to ell for cash the prQPf'rtyher..ln 12-oz. Rumford Baking Powder 22c
below described and Invites
on sealed or bide before for Monday the purchane the 2nd thereof day of 1-4 Pound Lipton's Tea . 27c
June 1)47. at 1A-M o'clock A MHM .
AND SERVICE > must be accompanied by cashor Golden Key Milk, Ige. size . 13c
equivalent in the amount of pnPf'rc..nt
General Electrical Contracting deposits tie will percent be refunded) of the to bid unsuccessful Such- Pet Milk, Ige. size , . . 13c
bidders and succensful bidders -
who do not complete purchmuby Maxwell House Coffee, for
Line Fluorescent Fixtures payment of the balance within ten
Complete Oft Bid) day nhould will be placed forfeit with such deposit<>r sent Glass Coffeemaker, lb. . . 41 c
to Mrs Margaret Farnara. County Superintendent
Moore Haven Appliance Co.E. of Public Construction.Moore Delmonte Coffee, lb. . . 44c
Naves Florida. They are -expected
C. ByrdYou're day'to and be hour opened shown at or aboveThe soon aft..rth" Cut Green Beans, No. 2 can . . 19c
chool property for which auh bodeare
Glade described" County is, Florida located, and at Mue is'embed d.-in Stokely's Extra Small English Peas 29c

I. Beginning as follows at a: point which isfive Blackeye Peas, No. 2 can . 19c
hundred fort> feet boo) weft
of the northeast corner of the
Van Camp's Pork and Beans
nuutheHut quarter of Section Nine ,
s Township Forty-two S (12H).
( )
Kamce TweDty-.I.-htEI:8f.a: No. 2 can . . . . 23c
thence run south six: hundred ten
two feet (hundred".) to a ten point feet theme(210) caret to a King Cole, Little Limas, No. 2 can. 34c

about to taste point feet thence<*!') north to a point six :hundredten thence Stokely's Green Limas, No. 2 can . 34c
east two hundred ten feet (.Mil)
i to the approximately point of beginning 189 :a containing <'res to'Jrpth..r Libby's English Peas, No. 2 can 19c

with the Improvementsthereon Del Monte Diced Carrots 1 lb.
a luxury ice cream |; .\itre i if. PI'U"!: INSTKI: TIN: ,
){..> !?.<16.;i id..i! i'.nintv. H.TI.I! l. glass' jar . . . . 14c

I Golden Harvest Solid Pack Tomatoes
..
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d '" '
; i No. 2 can . . . .21c

GUARANTEED Argo Starch, 8-oz. size . . 4c

WaU-h a Mackerel, No. 2 can . . 22c

91I I Swan Napkins, 80s . . . 12c

(. I'lil.illg i 3-Oz. Black Pepper 34c

Argo Corn Starch, 16-oz. . . lOc
7 DAY SERVICEOur '
Annite Laundry Powder . . 29c
'Ii
Welch Grapelade, 1 lb. size . . 33c
large repair department -
is now able to give 7 Welch Orange Marmalade, lb. size 28c

s Myie day service on watch repair I Pint Chocolate Syrup . . 25c
ing. We have a staff of highly :
competent and skilled I Spiced Peaches, lb. jar . . 38c

I workmen who turn out guaranteed I Welch Grape Juice, qt. . . 59c

work. We use nothing I II French's Mustard, 6-oz. . lOc
but genuine parts and ma-
I i
+ terials. Send us your watch. Lady Betty Salad Dressing, 8-oz. . 21c

Special attention to mail or- MAYONNAISE, pt. . . . 47c

ders. Registered and certified Georgia Made Mixed Pickles,

watchmaker in charge. 12-oz. jar . . . . 27c
.
Wt envy you your first taste of Lady Kraft Mayonnaise, gallon . . $3.69

Borden Ice Cream. H. GluckmanJEWELER Hurff's Tomato Catsup, 14-oz . 22c

You'll taste the smoothness and richness of VINEGAR, pint . . . lOc

thick, golden the clean
cream taste 1012 First Street 33 BLEACH, quart . . . 9c
of choice fruits and the delicate delighti
Fort Myers Florida BRILLO SOAP PADS . . lie
of of
i flavorings rare excellence.
:1' Morton's Iodized Salt, 22-oz. . 8c
Every flavor of this dream ice cream is : ::

blended as only America's most accomplishedice SPAM . . . . . 43c I

cream makers can blend it. FIELD PEAS, with snaps . . 21c I

Ask your Borden Ice Cream dealer for LAWN MOWERS MACARONI, half-pound . . lOc 1 I

Lady Borden Ice Cream. It coats a bit more. Built, Repaired and Turnip Greens, No. 2 can . . 14c !

It's well worth it. Square Deal, Tender large English !

Sharpened By I Peas, No. 2 can . . . . lOc '

Charlie CurtnerAt I II Libby's Baby Foods, 3 for . . 25c

1 I SCOCO SHORTENING, lb. . 39c

iEADY BORDENICE I II'

.\n: O TOCKMAX'S I
I'I'n.
CREAM ERY \ SALES and I Snack with Mack
KKI'AIK: y SKHVU-K
I
FIT rOK A COLBEN SPOON
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I. FRIDAY. MAT 4ft, mThi

-- GLADES OQCXTY DEMOCRAT ( 11Fltt'I' real SEVK

eo c c ac c c c c c c c c CI C C COO 00 C 0 C C C-C .- ---. !
C Gee 0 ; g U = u a = U Q c. lag were Mrs. L. Stalls Mrs. W. T. Justice of Abe Peace G. H. small *.t fClewiston. t Church Wo-ship. 11:.0 a. m. :

I Ball Mrs joe Van De VeWe, Mrs R I who acted as coroner in You have a cordial invitation to !

t E. Jordan Mrs. P. E. Land. Mr. the absence of Jarfge R- M. Harris II worship each S.a4ay morning ia. I II
II PERSONAL ,. and Mrs. Charles Atwill, Mrs. M. A. who officiate as Bssaaar Car teals I tae Metfcexifet Church. Its sole jI II

and SOCIETYDan II v: Summers. Mrs Paa Wilson, Mr*. j 18ft'doa. bat who was vat of tow I purpose to to create the coadittens ;
C. C Klntta. Mrs. J. W.
Sexton aad at the time. of worship whereby a person might ;
i Mrs. J. C. SwlnaalL A social hoar I The tragedy occurred at about S 1 come into the presence of God and

Y ..= .....:? : : : : >.:..:_ ._. ................. __ _ and the lose refreshments of the were enjoyed at I minutes past 19 ia the morning,1 Had inspiration and streagth. We !
- -oyo-; ""' '<-4 meeting the time fixed by Deputy Sheriff/ are ao more free to worship st eel
Padgett of Belle Glade was'a ;' FHA --- I Willie Powers Lynn had been to worship than we ace to eat Knot

-visitor here Sunday.Mr. Girls] Entertain I VFW Holds Barbecue I locked up in the limey County to eat. In either case we a*.*,

With Banquet For 1! jail Monday night, said by officers I or we starve according to the fart
aad Mm. E J. Bower were I I For Boy Scouts At }Ito habe<-n driakiac Ilea,ily. He we eat. Attend worship and tank :

business visitors Tuesday ID Miami. Mothers Last Night I Home Last I occupied a cell with Buddy Platt the week by you own fTpffrtaaaa. J
Night !'on the third floor of the court

Mr and Mrs. C. C. Klotu were, Members I I !.boose I The state board of education faa
in BFC!! Glade on busmen Menday.Mr. makers of of tht> Futur Hoer, Tii' dtPost.\ Veterans of Bndd said he was playing cards ample authority to increase tha
America. club
I posed of a cots -'on'Hlll; Wars. which recently took with several other prisoners through minimum amount of school Ufhttecte
members of the Home
and Mm Fred Jenkins spent Economics clam of over the sponsorship of the local: '.tbe. bars around a partition in his the Florida public schools. any
the
the -fteek-tnd;; ID Tampa.A. an* their teacher Miss high school Boy 55ront troop entertained the ceil while Lynn wee lying oa a cot Attorney General ..... Baanswered >

niHamaoa. Dorothy srouti and officiate of the Sugar-. bid by the partition. Lyaa fiaailycame an inquiry. tram W. J.
K Brow was a business Ttet- dab entertained the mothersof land District with a barbecae at around and mattered to the Gardiner ot Daytona Bsach and file l'
tor in Miami Wednesday. members at a banquet held I I about Florida Council for the B8aJ. .
last night at the Woman's Club the new VFW home on Third Street group something what wasi Ito I
last night I i the use of ]living." said Ptatt. then law sets certain miaimnmard sasa.t-
B. ft Gaatt to saeaaiag thto weekin : clabhoaoe.>>ia attaadaace.Grace There .were more thanforty The post only recently lorjptetedl I went back presumably ate cot. t of not lea* than tea hetj

Key Went with friead the construction of the surplus',: The game broke up and the Lynn i candles of light oa each tIIk.r .
, was spokes by Miss Peggy: hutment which they propose UK ae was found sitting oa hto cot, a f
bias Wanda Teller of Stetson Stalls after which an address of for a temporary home and this blanket tied around his aeefc. the Graver Cleveland was a Iaelolet
,( rniventty. *poet the week-end at welcome was made by Miss Opal the first public meeting to be .1 ends fastened to a ring at the top I I and 45 year of age wheat h* ha-
her hone here. Raatersoa. club president Pep there. of the partition which is of solid came President of the Cattail
, songs were enjoyed by the croup Troop included in the dngarlaad metal. Dr Weaver was summoned State the first time.
Mr. sad Mr*. Nolan Darre aad after which Mms Virginia Keeaaa District of the Galfstream Councilare and said he had been dead from ,
OB left Ian week for a vacation played a piano _10. "Love Dreams- the troops of Clew-toton. now 20 minute to 2 hoar" The fist agricultural ssas.,u...
visit ia Bortaera and western Mate A rending by Sills Joyce Click a three la number aad the Moore State road patrolman M Rae station la the United States was ea-
selection from Tarkiactoa's Seven HUeD troop which to growing rap Walling of LaBelle. A W. Miller taMtohad at Wtsleyam .aersity.MW .
:Mr. and Mrs. Max Cole and children teen- was mack enjoyed sad M:_: idly under Rev. John A. Moore as I of Ctewfeton and Moore Haves and of Dark spent the week-ead We Jessie Ruth" Brsnaan sang "Tonight Scoutmaster and Uoyd E. Summer S< Love.
with Mr. sad Mrs.. M. A. Summers. I as a.lstaat.t.adtft'. There I be at the court booze took turns
At this paint the members of the are now about thirty-three active I giving artificial respiration for 2, troir

Mrs. Frances Hardy and Larry exhibiting:- members in the local troop. i hours, but they said at no time did ,s b ,

left Sunday to visit for several weeks After the barbecue lt night a 1 Lynn show signs of responding to
is Kansas and Colorado. ticle made as projects daring the court of honor was held for promoting the treatment A few words scribbled -

school year. The program was ; the district scoots who have on a piece of soiled< paper on -0Hr1.A-" t i
I ..
Ur. and Mrs. Carr Settle due doeed: with a piano solo, a classical won premotion. the cot requested that the familynot r

and Sandra were in fart Myers Saturday selection, by Miss, Bertha Stewart.A The promotions, all from tenderfoot come up there to see him. This tII
afternoon. menu consisting of chicken to second class, were; Jimmie was found by officers.
salad, deviled eggs, potato salad. J..a kill II, Idral Bo"en. Cleveland Members of the coroner's jury II I
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Clark of harvard beets, olives, pkklee, hot Hancock Glen Hotchinoon Wilson were A W. Jordan foreman, Ed- FOR RE>T-Two ......"' 1. twig i
Waterly spent the week-ead with rolls and butter, ice cream aDd Cason and Thomas Cook. ward Brvnson, Frank Turner. C. beds in euh. $11 per week I Ii
her Mrs poach was served. L. Conch Seth Howard Frank i OcDtleaiea o-oly. Mrs. L. D. Carr. !
mother. Gladys Stalls.
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Haus
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Mr.' MIL .%M> MRS. BOYLKSENTKKT.m I Clinic For Crippled )fro Lynn was born in Brewtoa, I
I
and Mrs. Wm- M. Aektns of II
Vero Beach spent tits week-end IUUl)( E CLUB I Children To Be HeldA Ala.. and had lived in this sectionfor I I
FOR SILK-Jersey cow. jut fresh
tbe eight months. He
past wasa
with their parents tor*. Mr. aid 1Ira--: E. H Boyles were meat cotter by trade and worked I for third time; two Drtggs-Strat-

hosts Tuesday night to the monthly -I rUnicfor: crippled children last at the C. J. Jones store at Im- ton motors. 1H and H n.p, both
Mr. and Mrs. Don Headrfeksoaaad BMrtiag of their bridge dab at sponsored by Highlands County mokalee. in perfect IhaJl@ Stanley Wayman.FOR .

Betty were visitors in Arcadia the Woman's Club clubhouse. A Welfare Department and under the Survivors are his wife Mrs. Marie

aad Fort Myr< at"'Y. buffet sapper preceded bridge play. direction of the Florida CrippledCltUdreD' Lynn; three daughters, Mrs. P.
High score couple went to Mr. Commission, will be held Tinnln of Jacksonville. Teddy t>:tLK-Lot on AnnueK;
D'j
Mr. and Mrs. JOb Brown and aad Mrs. Ray Yoder and Mr. and at the County Court House. Sebricr.Satwrdsy Jane Lynn of LaBelle; one son, ( Savage Washing Machine; Silrer- e
tone Radio. Mrs. Nina Turner
ehiMrea of Vero Bunch were visitors )1.. W. B- Irby' received' the coasolaUon May 24Arrasgements ward of LaBelle; two brothers
Box 154. Moore Haven Fta. lip
>
here lest Satarde prise A traveling prize are in charge of W. aDd Lavon Lynn of
weat to Mrs. Carr Settle R. W. Cast chairman. Welfare Department Ala. and two sisters Mrs.1lObue'l
B. O. Woodward and O. R. Bor Others playing were Mr and Mrs assisted by the American Harold of Brewton and Mrs. 130 ARMY SURPLUS

roman attended/ a cattle sale ia A. G. Hat lu.oa. Mr and Mrs. Legion and Legion Auxiliary The Bethea of Anniston Ala. Barracks buildings I il6. 16x32. .
Arcadia Tuesday. Was. Matter. Mr. and )11'1I. Boy tee clink will be held at the County I Funeral arrangements were not I IhU, hlOe and other buildings .
sad Carr Settle. Health Department offices, the made as the News went to press. sold as is or knocked down In sections -
J. fc.! Frieie.e" peat a pte.of I I health department personnel cooperating : and delivered also plumbing j 1

days this week to Y..tt sad Tam- lUlGHTKK BORN in the. arrangements and FIR.ST METHODIST CHURCH !eta Will be in Ft. Myers in a few- '
pa. examinations.This W. S. D) xeniaty Minister I days. Interested address S. Bow-

Mr. and Mrs Ralph E. Wood are will be aa all day clinic an, Gen Del., Ft Myers, Fla.
Lt. aid Mrs. Carraa Gaatt ofJatkMnvlH the proud parents of a baby starting at 9 a. m. with Doctor Church Sell ol 10-00 a. m. Ap.2S-41p.

vtdtal roUUTea here daughter, bore last night at the FarriRgtoo aad Dr. Hntcbemn
last"week. Clewtstoa Hospital Mother and Orthopedic surgeons and Dr. Daniel I j a---a.

daughter are said to be doing nicely Murphy petittrteiaa. fn ('harge.1
Mr. sad Mrs. Freak Veltri of The yonng lady weighed 7 Two physical therapists tad the com aa
Miami spot the w_-... with her pounds nine ounces and has not yetbeen mhwion staff from St. Petersburgwill Rom where I sit .1ytloe Marsh ;

parent Mr. aad Mr* M.. A. SamMr named I be present A lunch will be -
...... served the parents and children at !s I
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noon.

'. and Mrs. Roy Alston and Adult Training Union This clinic will include children IndMaybe jstry Looks at r-:

daBgatcrs of ckwkto..peat Sunday Has Mother's Day from Htghl ands. Glades. Hendry : .1
with Mr. and Mrs J. S. Will- Hardee and Polk counties, and all!! Our Town \
ifigaam. Program on SundayThe children from infancy to the age 01. ;. -
*"".
*.
twenty-one are earnestly requested *

Mrs. W. Shields aad Mrs. Anna I'a- to attend. Free examination to all jot read low a croup of As Doc Walters says,that sort of i
V. CoBr of Waaca.la vMted Adult Baptist Training Mother's children suffering from deformities industrial experts have decided that life Jut natirally sets yen ap ferj
interesting
ion held a very i
Sunday with Mrs. Shields' sister. the o'clock caused by accident disease burns the small. town is the plan for iadustry work the next den,... whether tt'sjin
Day at seven
program
deformities
Mrs. Ralph Wood and Mr. Wood. meeting last Sunday night and will be available existing at birth I -aot big cities.Reason they office mm or It14. And Doc I!

The program opened with a I give are better housing plessaater should know. H. works fourteen.

Mrs. Ward Brtesoa and Beverlyof Scripture reading by Mrs. J. W. Ted Lynn Takes I living, and mere opportunity fee I hours bt never misses kis mars
Fort Lauderdale spent th* weekend Cram followed by prayer. \ song I wholesome recreation.I I tug "constitntionsT *r his ersaiacflsss :
with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Braa- Mother's Bible." was* by Own Life I of beer with friends. i
I )Iy suet By j Well looking around our town I II'd I
aan. Mrs. J. C. S.iadll and Mrs. O. E.
i say that was about right. Most From where I .it. anr1ndUSU7ild
Mowdesheil. Mr*. Cram gave a Hanging Tuesday i
MQtoa A....... a student,at Florida talk "Why Individual and Social of us own our homes,and keep them I profit from being in a town
Mothers' Day oa I looking nice;we enjoy each other's where wholesome living temper-
OalverHy. spent j
Worship. Mrs. Kowdeahell gave (Hendry County New)
week-ead with his M,> .... Mr. sad I talk on "WIt) Use the Bibl for I Ted Edward L ,.a. who was 42 j company: and our recreation are I aace, and friendship< are the rule...
Mrs. W. A..... mostly simple outdoor sports, and
J. Warship*" and Mrs Swiadall talk: years old Saturday. died by straaghaad" *-
was on "How To r_ the Bible ia He had hanged; himself i11' in the evening a mellow glass of 9e(4tc
Mr. aad Mra. Everett Casper aid Worship" This was followed bya this cell at the .mum courthouse ; beer wit pleasant company.

daachter at Fort Laaderdale peat period of dtacaasioas by the entire Tuesday morning ,
the weekeed with her parent. Mr .
group. The juo had > ',':alto ':'f>d In t
and Mrs. J. W. A.'.... Attending were Mr*. J. W. Sex- Covri!,& 1917.Umtf4 Stoic Brewers Feeae
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Mr. and II... R. A. Wilttam droveto Mr. and Mr. Mack Creea, LL M ff f

Palmetto Wednesday sad bronchi Lilly. Mr*. A E. Hadley. Mrs Paul
back Mrs. WBHJB ....... Mr*. T Wilson Mrs W T. Ball. Mr*. N. B. ,
Lee
P. Winter who is recuperatingfrom Lee. Miss Billy Lee. W. R. Riley County. Southwest Florida'sVacationland

a reeoat illMW. and Mrs ..iJldall.11 are cor
dla11Y ted to attend these San-
Miss Laura Mtoefle is leaving today day'E'nlnl; discussionsArchery
for Watateatow D. C.. where -

she to .$.,.. oft. apeadtag a Contest At lt.GRANDE
week with Yap ......*. Mr. aadMr
*. O. E MhtadM, School Next FridayPrincipal !p t+E s Tropical Islands' Gorgeous Beaches


Mr. and Mr-* W C. Smith oMkMat. estraa.as. ORt MYERS Fresh and Salt Water t'St ,
,
M. E Morrtaoa stated ?w?
CaL. ell ..... Bob AIa-
dense of HimMna, e. C. v tdTharaaay this awning that aa archery oaa- ,)Aaron C 1' sv A'a .SSA Fishing

wM M V. and Mr*. L. MLilly. teat will be held at the school Mat sAMNet.. u. fstluto
1 I Friday altaraooa at 1:3. to which TORT MYERS
+ & ,eaya :X* greater variety of plates toe spend SB ideal taca
huedDuring weeks ta- x BEACH Y sras es flan than in Lee County choice! of many beach.

Mr. and Mat for F. V the -: ft sad bridge and beet fisMsT ... pk
Scam. J4..y tenet has Mea high among 7 Br-
daughter Fraacas, aa
tad Johnny, of BaktrfleM. Qa1.. students in this apart and .....- :.! .' wine tropical Wands by....., boat or pktt .

stated old frisks ben Tuesday. ttoa contests are being heM. Te : / aiAM- r trips 011 bca tifal Caloosahatcbm B. .

They are speeding a vacttfcw !.. C*- four high point girls and tear hays V t -. eethg g, aaartaaMts new .aiila.ie. Wsrb er
aid Mrs B1Vorheea. will eater the dials next Frtamy.Prises .
sal Point with Mr. .
to the wiania boy sad grt
I girt win be revalatloa.. and

Mr and Vn.S C Vora. .*. ad ant .f arrow -, R : TONY DWYER. See.-M9r. \

Mr,. Archie Wig.StW wen ,- : LN C # j ja
I IK < + Chamber
Arcadia Wedaaaiay. .... V...." p__.\ -H. aTIAtieniJIiie >41 d itiy of Commerce !

ealMhs the hospital ta-rs tor an --- meetinc. ofI I Fort Myers Flo.I. !
the regular
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For Children of Soldier Dead }

Better by the Foot "Aw, Mom, I don't think I need

WNU Features E SCRE N : "Mr. Editor, whet do you charge to 1 1u to," Bobby said. "He knows DM
death sakes?" 1 well by now."
Lik every American girl a id boy, the children of our coun- Released by Western Ness,.tiler Vr.ao. I "Tuo JoUTt** inch." !I II i pretty

try's soldier dead are entitled tl 3 a normal home atmosphere and I I By INEZ GERHARD I "Tttft mrt thin I f*" den. My By Proxy

a happy childhood. To assure tl]hem of that American birthright, i TUCILLE Wall, the golden. I 1ISi..J VMS six feet four." "Why did they hang that pic

Veterans of Foreign Wars itain the V. F. W. National home 1J haired who has tore?"
in Eaton Rapids Mich. for wi dows and of ex-service- actress Marriage is a mutual partner "Because they couldn't tad *
orphans
played the title role in "Por- ship, with the husband as the artist."

men.From tia Faces Life" since its inception mute.
this home every sp ring a little girl, daughter of a den in 1940, differs from Threatened Showers

ceased ex-serviceman, goes t<[ Washington to present to the many radio actresses Mer- No Report The little four-year-old, Dtnee

President the first Buddy Poppy. 6 cedes McCambridge for in- Putting Bobby to bed after a dayIn May, took a tumble off tae
,
this presentation is preliminary to which he was particularly mischievous dab. Said her mamma: "DM H
stance-in radio to
ppeniijg of the general sale of Buddy I. preferring I cautioned him: "Now, hurt you, baby?"
G i the theater. "Radio has made citizens
Poppies, which is conducted annually BOO don't forget to tell God whata "Yes, it hurted, bat I ..*.'* ctr
by the V.F.W. throughout the I out of actors. she said the naughty boy you were today." I' Mamma. I just ctoaded ..."
other day "We used to live in a
Off
nation during the week preceding
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'QAVIATION I trunk: nve ran have homes of
Memorial Day. A national goal of "
Dur own Stii kr.\\- she was inLUCILLE NEEDLECRAFT FERNS
21 minion poppies has been' set for

the 1947 sale. NOTES : '"

Made by Veterans. AIRPORT CHATTER : ..,. Gay Morning GIF /
Buddy Poppies. made by disabled Frank Hartman, Denver real estate I-
Be happy white you wart
ex-servicemen in
patients at.r-
agent and a commercial pilot in these Pattern MS hat f f
government hospitals as a phase of with 15 years of flying experience(', r a motifs, pattern piece*; etas... MMM
their occupational therapy work are 20 cents each.
combines his flying and sell re.
are distinguished by a green label skills to advantage. He recenty; current Due to an fining man diFnuad taw m>is.

topyrighted by V.F.W. closed a large ranch sale in ,i L required m a law .f tilt
roost popular pattern.toolAid.
French poppies, made by single day after showing the pro'p-

women and children of areas erty to a customer from the cr 1 Se.11IK treY NeedWH Dsyt,
devastated in World War I, The ranch buyers said they Icairtd Sit W. Randolph 51. Ullcaca", IL

were used by the V.F.W. whenit more about the property from the I Eli! se ::0 cents for pattern.

inaugurated the Buddy Poppy air in a half hour than they could < z -

sale in 19Z%. The present plan have learned during a week riding L
was developed in 1924 to extend horseback. '. After crisscrossingthe : I'Tiiiiij

the relief afforded by the pop- e Pacific ocean for 26,074 miles on

pies to men disabled and needy a survey flight to Singapore and the i : WALL --------
but still capable of making the Royal Netherlands East Indies in a S
big DC-4 Skymaster Mrs.
flowers. plane.
Jane Cowls road company for a
Mamie B. Nelson 67 convincedshe
is
V.F.W. was the first veterans' or- while, and had several seasons on
ganization to undertake the poppy travel is "just as "batty about air Broadway before she took to radio. i, -
tale as my son. Her son, with Married to Louis Hector, she ':
on a nationwide scale. goes MAKES 10 BIG ool-gr
whom she made the flight, is Orvis
Entire proceeds of the sale are to the theater often, but loathes night i,
Nelson, president of Transocean Air
used for welfare and relief activities clubs. Her one great dread-that i ijtherstAV00'S1Quen
Lines /
and vice in
president charge (
among veterans and their dependents of international operations for Phil- she'll sneeze while on the air. F

including an allotment to --*'-
ippine Air Lines. Fred Richolson -
iiLILII
the V.F.W. National home. farmer near Davis Junction, Alan Hale ("Cheyenne," Warner

Houses 250 Children. lit, finds it convenient to allow Bros., is his latest) thinks the movie

The site of the home, now cover- Roger Lace, local air enthusiast to industry is much improved. Back in St.JosephlnASPIRIN

Ing 640 acres, was the gift of Corey use part of his pasture for a landing 1909, when he broke in, be had to

9. Spencer and his wife, Mattie I field. The arrangement works out to do outside work to get by on what ,

Ebb Spencer in 1925. The homer their mutual advantage, Richolson he earned by writing, directing and

I finds since Lace frequently makes starring in one picture a week for
",. : .. -- --- I trips to nearby cities for badly- Lubin. For the past several years

needed farm he's lived well indeed on what
equipment. Cranberry very To bold your IOOM appen and to'en '-
bogs in Massachusetts are he makes by appearing in three or : comiortably _r. all day-and Iffdl
',
every day try dent amaanf: ..- I*
: being dusted and sprayed with a four films a year. celery eall:l 8TAZK. Not a '" :_:r JT.

helicopter, purchased by National I povderl paite. Get 8TAZE J5o tube U at pleaaaot-toHut druggist A i\?j ,"
Cranberry association for use of its todayl Accept no aobtUtuutlll
Paulfhittman is set as master
I' members. Airplane dusting, used of ceremonies: on the first full hour, I 902 sTAZE MINg:;.M l
.. for the first time last year is beingI coast-to-coast network recorded mu-
----
I 'inued on larger bogs but the sic program in radio history. In HOME will be lots gayer with

sL. helicopter supplements its work on other words, "The King of Jazz" I you m these pretties! Merry 4 KIDNEY SUFFERERS!
s. ms CTal! and inaccessible bogs. "The Dean of Modern i ,
who grew into morning glories decorate a prac-
a American Music" Is going to i I tical apron, bandana, oxen mitt. I 74% BENEFITED

"There were no complaints be a disk jockey. llis 25 years as Simple stitches. II
ia clinical test
received or arrests made for intoxicated a conductor have given him woni i -N.Y. research by organization recognized

Briar in Pennsylvania derful material: for the stories he'll AB .
I patwnta wen aTennc from taruaft *
pa
K during 1916." That evidence: of tuck: in between the records.: J i iHollywood's aoo, getting up neb. Ail w.ra prw tabtata
the lack of tipsy fliers is taken t.Mdr>n>AIM..>rfiauin<>vJ 4f.Theaetabieta
,,..
: both stimulated! kidney do a hvcutionaldt-
from the Pennsylvania Aeronautics untie ptU) and dv.U,nodded vruif<4.......,.
; commission's annual costliest location trip j limn*,conk KJey Fill aJ.o-.t.be n..kof
report -
} tot .... 74', racd of
is over, and Director Ray Nazarrois i were burmnf.ene.-
24f on aeronautical violations. i 1 ) ''''''', only bad to get up at nuckt oue-third ..
home after spending $310,406,268 j many lime foiuTT\t-urwM qua ker.lonxlaM114 -
filming scenes for two months in in- I betts:from eau new formula, get Foi.y
AVERAGE PILOT (the new Jdoer-bladder) Pilla from say...-
Ration-torn Shanghai, for Columbia's > If the paint job is to be inter- yo. find them far mnrraatialactorT.,
The average airline pilot and copilot DOCBI.t:. Vuitt MUM.< JJACIk.
"Assigned to Treasury, starring rupted for several days or if a
o BUDDIES: AID THEM Funds in the United States is 32 years Dick Powell and Sign Hasso. Those 1 new shade of paint is required the

derived from the annual Buddy old and has been piloting planes astronomical figures resulted from I brush should be thoroughly

Poppy sale will aid children and 4,859 hours. This is a part of the the rates of exchange; at bile time cleaned in a solution made for that

widows of ex-ser\icemen at the picture of the average airline pilotas one American dollar was worth purpose or in turpentine.

V.F.W. National home in Eaton produced by a Civil Aeronautics *, 00 to $17,500. -.-

Rapids, Mich.: Two of the childrenare administration study looking toward -: To keep a gilt picture or n,'Tor
possible reduction of the human
shown here life in frame from craclu'
enjoying Howard red- drying or g pata
element in air accidents.The Washington, once a
the nursery. program for redetermination cap tn New York's Pennsylvania little lemon oil on gently once
station the of baggagetoter .r twice a year. Do not rub.
of physical standards for airmen plays part a .
consists of about 22 family-size cottages -
and does an
will take into consideration the in "Wallflower.
no two exactly alike in architecture between too be For substantial buttonholes, first
I physiological effects of extended occupation right pictures ; operates
and furnishings. There also as an airline pilot and the the shoe shine parlor at the make a row or two of machine
is a $35,000 hospital constructed by Warner studio. stitching around the spot where
of air
possibilities safety
increasing
the V.F.W. auxiliary in 1931. the buttonhole is to be.
through use of pilot selection meth- --+-- .
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Approximately 250 children, sons ods other than those of
proficiency
Jan Miner. "Ann WilHaras" on tike -
Leaves steal the nutrition from
and daughters of deceased or total- determination.The CALOX
ly disabled war veterans are livingat and CBS "Crime Photographerthought carrots once they are pulled from change to
pilot co-pilot
be
average she wasn't enough to an
pretty
the home. They receive the bene- the ground. Clip leaves when car-
weighs 165 pounds and is 5 feet, 10 actress, so she studied stage design -
rots are pulled out of the ground. for the tonic
fits of an ideal home environment, inches talL There were fewer than ; one rote in summer stock -.- e/Ied
food clothing and education. In return three chances in 100 that he
wore changed her mind. And her first
the V.F.W. hopes only that Te make picture nails bold in on your smile
glasses only 2.7 per cent requiringa audition in New York landed her
these children will grow up to become lens correction.The at CBS. plaster: Bore a hole with a gimlet Efficient Cola reefs ace mffti
useful and patriotic citizens. then fill with plastic wood. In-
for solo :
flying
group average : 1 Helps ramore 41aa...briq..
Children are divided into family sert nail and let dry before hanging i
4.859 hours, included flying of all all the -.11ucn of few
groups, each group occupying a cot- kinds and in aircraft of any descrip Billy Williams, radio singer (he the frame. I anile.

tage supervised by a "house moth- tion. During 1946 this group averaged was featured with Sammy Kaye's -.- 2 A fpedat iatrecUmt ia Caloscacowa

er" who keeps strict watch over 63 hours a month. 37 during band), night club entertainer and recording Before storing away your galoshes : e*fp Ar -gamshelps

their welfare. Wherever possible daylight hours and 26 at night CAA artist, makes his screen debut turn them inside out and : w&td... : bat make a soak them effea 4oa oa sod
the "house mother" is the in Columbia's "Smoky River dunk them in a tub of
actually allows an airline pilot to fly, 1,000 warm : Tune up row oaiU,..wufa
mother of one or more of the chil hours a year, an average of about Serenade. lie's on leave from CBS soapy water. Scrub them with a

dren. 83 hours a month. where he has his own program, brush, then rinse and dry them I MW M /_ M..w Wihr--.
Honor Navy' Dead "A Bouquet for You." away from heat. Next season they IU y..u d f5'e ""aeNd __*._
I will not dirty shoes.
-+- your
Each year, as part of its poppy I
program and the Memorial Day ob- : i George Sanders played opposite -r _______

servance, the V.F.W. places a giant Edna Best in his first stage appear-

wreath fashioned entirely of pop II- -.7 I ance in London, and opposite Made- r------------------ ,

pies at the Tomb of the Unknown line Carroll in his first American I Ea I

Soldier in Washington and at the :e film, then with both of them in RKO's I MOM ? \ *
AND
rrypt of Woodrow Wilson. World : "Escape" and in its radio version of POPU AGREE THE I

War I president. In the National "The Theatre Guild of the Air." I .

cathedral Thousands of similar -h -f.- :I RAISINS < $ARE SOFTER N' JUICIER I:

smaller poppy wreaths are placed Bob Hope's broadcasting dates in 1

it the graves of our hero dead the East are set: May 27 from Philadelphia -
throughout the country by V.FW June 3 from New York, June : IN fNyjO IMPROVED RAISIN I:. '

posts. 10 from Boston. Then he'll take a

Another highlight of the organiza. vacation-he says: plans to go to
lion's program is the presentationof South America and Europe with his : BRAN FLAKES! flIi SIS r SAYS :
I
a huge anchor of poppies to the 4 family. I '
of the He. in turn S. I
secretary navy. --*-
presents the wreath to the Peary TENDERNESS IS SEALED $ IN BY I
AIRMAILED This is the Milo Boulton, who recently ob- I
.
Ship post of the V.F.W., an allnavyunit served his fifth anniversary on the \i? I

Memorial, for appropriate Day. At that services time the on "Airmailer model designed, a and new produced helicopter by I! "We, the People" serifs, along with I A NEW HONEYCOMB COATING! I II f

I Musical Director Oscar Bradley, recalled .
Bell Aircraft specifically I
is cast into the ocean as a corporation '
anchor
I fondly that he had to rush #Jt _
the and I for service on new helicopter
to the men of navy
tribute to I eJt Mine in cereals
from his own wedding reception IfI'A"P-tht/
marine corps who have lost their airmail routes to be proposed by I I 1'
audition for the
post.
the office
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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS WRECKS: '

Twisters Wreak Destruction Third for PennsyIn f I i

; the eerie predawn boors, tht ; _
third wreck. : on the Pen&sylvanza < =
Fourth Mine Blast Kills Eight; I railroad's middle Fc&Qsytvanta division /

in three months killed four _

Palestine Issue Reaches U.N. casiy persons and injured 34, eight Hri-


.K.l ("DJTOB' NOTE 1'10. ., ..... Lt..s into rods of sheet
flyer jolted
an .
.ar..e/ u.w ..._. ..
i'.rMn ]Ii.,.....,el' r.s.'a ..... sadism Uq an u. .t
eraas ... '
.Ueu&rlly .rIN .pa'u. rteei protruding from the sides of

hg.n ola cars of a movingfre
J JI
0:.* train the impact ripping a WILL YOU LOAN ME YOUR FLASHLIGHT ?

tre :cs hole in the side of the !
LIKE TO GET A GOOD LOOK AT THE
ft _rL. car of the American and

da. .::b -.g the engine, mail car and PERSON I SIT NEXT TO .'
af '-- coach. No cars were Je-

ra... .

, A rr., -"tat later another freight
tray: raped into the sheet steel pro-
truc ng from the otter side of the

fret, derailing its engine and
tender

The i iliSIOD occurred at Boyer

A 3i, Ridge rear Huntingdon, not far
frc*a sites of the previous Red
Arr--7 and SunsfaJ&e Special train

wre ks. both of which also were in
the pre-cawn hours.


i ALEM\N:

i f Cordial Welcome I

r Fjrst Mexican chief execattve

ever to make a state visit to Wa k- I

ingt: Pres Miguel Aleman was

given a cordial reception on bin tripto
the ration's capital.

Tornadoes left this path of destruction at Worth Mo. Top panel As the personal guest of President
shows survivors digging through the wreckage of homes. Lower Truman the visiting dignitary prtrticipated J
panel shows bow the twister scrambled a store brick back building in a lull schedule of events
and garage into a heap of wreckage. arranged in his honor by the state

war and navy departments and -
TORNADOES: PALESTINE: Mexican embassy officials. i

In speeches before the Pan-Amer
Path of Destruction Explosne Issue ken union and congress. President !

Devastating tornadoes cut aide The explosive Palestine question Aleman urged Western Hemisphere '
swath through midwestern and eastern was marked by the usual wranglingand republics to assure "the independence & '
states leaving a wide path of confusion in action before the of each nation through the solidarity -
destruction in their wake. steering committee of the United of aD." .

Striking in a thickly populated Nations general assembly The Mexican chief executive utilized

rural area south of Fairmont, N. c., The 14-natwc steering committee the visit to begin pre&mnary
a high ridiag twister kited at least Arab discussions on a sizable American -
rejected requests from the ------ -----
one person left an estimated 300 countries for the assembly to debateat loan to aid m Mexico's mdmtnabzatwo. '

homeless and caused severe damage this session the question of canceling revision of trade treaties between HOMETOWN ECHOES By C. KesslerIIILJJLd
to tobacco crops. the British mandate over the two countries and other

The death toO from a tornado I Palestine and freedom for the Holy problems.
which leveled the communities of Land.
Bright Water and Garfield m north-I I CANADA
Dr Oswaldo Aranha of Brazil :
west Arkansas placed at I
was nine
assembly president, failed to effecta
I Trims Income Taxes
The business section of Bright Water -
..__ compromise before
population lOG was virtually H the crucial Personal income taxes of Canadians [

destroyed. committee m e e t- will be reduced about 29 per I [
Mast destructive of the twisters mf cent for the 1141.... tax year. The
was one which tore through small The Arabs denied lower levy has been made possibleby I

towns. in Missouri and Iowa, causing that their proposal paring the federal budget to two I k
II casualties tn the small town of called for imm ells- billion dollars Many Canadianswere 'tAN? e
Worth Mo. More than 50 others dnannomted.. however, to i .
.. ate independencefor ii
.. were injured and property damagewas Palestine. They bear that no change a luxury and i tAt, il t ;
estimated m the thousands of sales taxes was contemplated. !
insisted they meregfiW.tiTi -
dollars. The same tornado lashed on fr.Mi : schedule LL1L
ly wanted a full The new tax ranges l
across into Iowa, striking at Clio h
discussion of the from 10 per cent m the lowest I /
where extensive property damage Dr. Aranha problem and recog- brackets, to 80 per cent for person

resulted but no km of tile was re- t .t.un by the assembly of the prig earning above $250,000 a year. I i

parted c,pie of ultImate Independence. \
.:' Narrowly averting the nca\l> 'UNKNOWN CHILD':
:' populated city of Dallas Tex., a
"; Uraado smashed briefly to earth on j Just Like the Movies Honor War RoleCommemorating

the city's eastern outskirts, then ,'
bounced and disappeared' ftut Ue n,. tin mfrm, Film AfterEmt the thousands of
skyward
Flftm At ken of .. : :
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to its wake, two were dead I VMS children who died m concentration
penoas
rind four were injured Two other : bft rttttu .f Tsai D'A...*, .fIOIII* camps and m the fighting of World
actor, ts* tt thrown fees bit avrsc.Tr .
'! War n, the world's first monument
Texas caused less .
twisters damage
ctn ur0 ." g4wf+leg i. the B.
to an "unknown child" was dedi-
<' tk at Gtuyh. l w.b the u..s p.,. i
MINES: rake UAnlrn't bate t1.a.bW cated in Prague, Czechoslovakia. I

is.g pkrr bale*.J tbrrw ..... Fly** The little statue which stands m I
: Another Tragedy p.bled 4w \,-- seder tinT MMKbsrts. front of the Cathedral of the Victorious
prtn-Ut typical s..itedisg Virgin also honors the lost i!
Disaster struck again in the ever-
auitber V.Ji.J.. children of Lidice, whose parentswere
dangerous coal mines, an underground -
killed when the Nazis destroyed -I
.> explosion in the Small Sen,. hIlS...... rid mires mutt the city as a reprisal Ix r; Ta=AJUPPIL"' Awmlv ,i
Haute
Hill mine Terre ,
Spring near tries fob ... tat .,., i. I'
.' lid snuffing out the fares of eightmaters. fAmt steep i ikvun the Bntut, pvbhe measure COdPlf Six izAFT: .v hk WG ;

Three others survived the 1M.n cssouroows! AIOT TO .
Bnttsh ,* ritlfd TI>.t. they I
blast I txplmn, *Jtxt r4gi ttMSmg" Becaw I Back From Europe I II cQsl:K, S\\OkE OR PLAY SRnE. '
= The 11 miners were repairing and ennfrt tptittJ Ie,.* i. "MjAu1t i!
Bprovmg ventilating system of VTfft" i. uJrttt friuk Tars
the mine it for federalBttpactMO .*d Luf&i B3 SQ+H ill tutu beds u
to prepare p.tbed ..,...,., tin Ktnt msi btLENDLEASE
Closed since the general SOUNDED THAT WAY WITH
A BROOM:
(J.
re sb.t. Cat. $JOJ>>
safety shutdown of April 1, the mine I

bad failed to pass the first federal Young lady (with a bsn-I want Professcr-Every man In ttoa college

isapecUon.The : theme adbetaive pouther.Druggist could get a jcb with the city if I
disaster was the fourth serious What thickness* I be wanted it.

mine accident of the year Ma- Russia hegotiaies Young lady Pteath, tint, don't Studeat-Now ten't that a ratter
I
jar catastrophe: was the Centraba Long delayed the task of rirg to '"\ 'k sweeping statement?_ __ '
DL explosion of March 25, which
4 draw up a settlement of Russia s
took a toll of 111 lives. Ten miners $11491000,000 lend wase ac.curiwith
+-' were killed April 10 m a gas expto- the United States finally was t Let Robertson's

anon at Exeter, Pa.. and 19 lost commenced when American and s.
then- lives January 15 at Plymouth Soviet officials got down to actua'! YARDJEEPBe
Pa I dickering

Russia will be, called upon m the Your Helper ;
I Names in the News II negotiations to revea for tie first

; tune the secret' inventors cf
American lend-lease supplies still inse r
i MRS. ELEANOR; ROOSEVELTwas :
by the Soviet
of her
:. granted a reinstatement
driver's license by die New York Soviet Ambassador Nikolai V.
bureau of motor vehicle after a 3% Novikov and Assistant Secretary of I Harold E Stassea, former gee
head the error of Minnesota and candidate
month suspension. The suspension State Willard Thorpe cegoUatora. -
or
for Republican nomination for '
;:, resulted from her part in an automobile -
president, returns from a European
''r accident m which five persons
STOPPAGES: tour which covered six countries i ( tt
injured. i
were
and was highlighted by oo-
COL. JACK W. DIKANT. S7vwroid '! hit Lotc Level terrace with Premier Stalin in r ..
,: I J :
found guilty
officer :
army Moscow. .
clouded the '
OB eight counts m connection with Although strikes still !{
....... of the
then <* I industrial a report
$1.5M
the fantastic $ TRUMAN I ;
r :
w after a flve- bureau d labor statistics: revealed From Factary p p'teu
Hesse crown jewels sea J.
month tripe on both sides of theAtlantic I that time lost in work stoppagesdurmg Gets First Pledges '! to o. :o.t t.u .

.' was sentenced to 15 yews the first three months of thisyear ... .....) M. D. fI.
; I 1 (M e ty TAKO-JCCP. AS '.tar-wa-n t Lies kMrrMtnclMI f
at bard labor and cashiered trow i was at the fewest level since Georgia's delegates to the Democratic _. I. b./* ... kr..... DMtl ,....-OrW *kM.k t !. a.. .. ...
t end of the .ar. national convention were instructed ......." trial asia. M* tti 1.*, tni M trade I hea....Ur .*.. ...... f
the service. to stand behind the nenuBaon .... se..1 -.II b Taal 1Io1dI.. _..t ........ wept M4 .....-
ofthe Figures showed about _.000 I TH laser eatlei. ..
\ITTOKK MUSfcOLIM. son /uNK A r.e.NO.wy. tIr.Ne
of President Truman for = : $14.95
and 8 :;r. workers were involved a strikes or another r.s.sr .IsMart.. 1
late Benito Musaooni
father's air force lockouts duri"f that period compared I term m If.4& ... .. laSa.r ...d U.Nr erdpt, aa.btb: ......, hf7. sub <" .
time tier m his with 1690.000 m the first Cheering delegates to the state tine .b N bd..d d l a. "r1, .aara... .,..,...., Mnmere'
entered Argentina from Italy secretly I' .... b an :. $9.75 ;
I sot aslt .1 s a bud
strike shutdown Democratic convention in Macon {
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of "
and K attempting to establish quarter Big sheeted their AU. YOU US-TMT ... rib all: ...1 wa1. ___ all's ... .... tar ..,..... .. ;
permanent residence He has been I I steel, electrical meat packing I approval of the resolution Sand irese fKtery k> y*.-.r e..... t ... v U.MSUTSCI "
allowed to go through the first legal ; and automotive plants daring the as introduced ty Gov. it. E. FACTatltS. HIr e,__ ... e.s nu 2 a.-..us
I: com araWe period last year. Thompson
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received by the building committee makes a commission rating superior B. Smith. Strayhorn Not voting !

Minimum Wage Seen As for the construction of a Posthome to a legislative act had a, ....-I were: Alexander Andrews, Breach

If' I i.Ui deal to do with iBfla-e-nri&g s m. Brya&t. Camp M. C. Clark,, Clement -

Legionnaire voluntarily contributed legislators to vote ia favor of the' Drnmmond. Gaatier. Ho well.

t Gold-Bricking Incentive to a fund to be presented act to open the Uk* ,ayd St. Johns lacraaam. Lantaff. VcAlpia, (Miter -

9i to Floyd Mountain, who was expected Saunders S<<- .... Tapper ftsjd

9t home We4eday from the Landowners To Walton
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veterans hospital IB Tenn --------.-
Memphis,
Cane _
Growers Ask For ,11Th. Vote-I'
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t, .. Past Commander W. C. Owen Too Late To Classify
erowiri oiiji'"i t"d (Continued from
1llJanlm-1
made the
Removal Of Rate presentation of the pin
ousl\ to Una1! for ,mn:
a of his office to immediate Past suited in killing a previoas effortto
Jo the price of sugar next season (Continued from Page 4> 3
On PieceVork Commander Regen.Refrealtmellta set up such a district have now
after control red. wages I other T&
are iem were served at the been changed or taken out and and understand children.

I I fluctuating up and down ad the Community Center and the Legion many other counties have created little Chinese boy has no ill will Vf-

Contending that many colored:I price of sugar raised or lowered. entertainment committee expressed 'I these districts to the mutual goodof ward the little Japueve boy, ttfe

workers are inclined to "take it:I The officials Holding the hearing their thanks to the Tropical and I most landowners. tiny American tot has no reason ..

...," while catting or cultivating{ said it had been reported to work its owner J. B. Fountain, tor the I hate or distrust late Russian cia"' .

ease oa a piece-work basis know- well in Puerto Rico where it is now Thrown together wtthoat advltfostered -
donation of of baei
two
caves School SanitaryContinued ..
:
Jar they will draw the minimum,I in effect bat Puerto Ricans present Commander Nail also expressed the prejudice they world get
wae of 45 hour estab-: at the took issue with this
cents an hearing along with each other happily sadpespdally.
thanks of the Poet to Mrs Jam I
tatted fey the Department of Agriculture -I and said that it had created near- ( from Page 1) .
Weaver. Mrs- Ned Htger. Mi>. I. S.
whether they earn it or not.I chaos in the industry there and was plant and site by the faculty
Bell. Sr.. and other auxiliary mem- aeees-I The future peace and hope of the
Joafah Ferris Jr.. in his testimony for island for accredttisatton
,
one big reason many sary of
in the hearts of its
bers who made the sandwiches for world lives children. -
Saturday before Department of Agriculture growers seeking. to move to florida. the occasion. dary school Principal M. E. War and disaster cam core

officials of the Su u1 Sec- In his testimony )Ir. Ferris said Others the distinguished Morrison personally eoadtteted the only through the failre of grownup -

tion asked for a removal3,f this that he would like to suggest that guest were among: George Woeener. Re- inspector oa his rounds and nude to meet their resaamrihtttty.OTICK .

minimum hourly wage rate. a plan would be worked oat whereby it possible for him to see everything -
tiring Commander Palm Beach
This was the annual hearing held his corporation could employ openly.
I'oat00.. 12 Jay Pridham. West :\
by the Department of Agriculture domestic workers on a contract Palm Beach Chairman of the De- Mrs Margaret Farnam. :soaaty

*a determine wage rates for the basis for from one to seven weeks partment Child Welfare Committee. superintendent said this morning Notice ii hereby given that In ao-
1947-48 harvest season and to investigate giving these workers a ticket or that Dr. Elite had made no report conhUK with Chapter Law
Major Woode Lake Worth, I of of
1997. the Board $
prices paid independent' token at the end of each row which Past District Adjutant. Al Daniels I as yet on school conditions to her S garlaMl Drainage IXntritt Supervisors has eaaf.
growers of sugar cane by procees-' would be cashed that night In a but that whatever he r< ors. It was held in the auditoriumat similar manner to that used for Lake Worth Retiring District Commander would probably be taken eare of Deist Service reqvirtmenu atilt tap
9th District Howard cct of maintaining and opratM '
I'I'f.'d
the high school building and waswell paving bean pickers, This system Schroeder Hollywood, District Committeeman the school board during the I aU of the work and improvements *f
attended by representatives of would enable the use of workers summer months.Legislative. the District for tlnrn rto4 twtfnato*
John Day Past Com- Nevembet 1. ending October
All Florida sugar companies andsome from the vegetable fields of the mander. Carl Vogel Post Lake I : 131s aM that hid hedge .4* *
file ht the office of the C
Setrrtary
vegetable growers.Mr. lake area after the season ended
Worth, and George Weiner. Chef Act- I 1M District mod the same may he
Orris as the principal witness and before they could obtain workin de Care 40 and 8, West Palm examined. at the office of the i* or.-
agricultural sections in the north. tarjr.Th
for the United States Sugar
Beach Voiture.
Board of Supervisors of Smtar-
Corporation, said that the corpora- He also asked for the eliminationof (Continued from Page 1) I land Drainage District will inert in
restrictions on the employmentof the fishing act which is called Sen- the office of the District on June 4.1M7. .
tion was now handling both cutting at Ii'tN o'clock In the afternoon -
Crowd
Big Attends-
No. 137-
Bill
ate
and cultivating on a pieceworkbasis domestic workers such as too E. S. T., for the purpose of
because it is much more popular much payroll detail, perquisites for Voting aye were: Alexander, Ba- hearing objections and eomptaiitta

with the workers since it en- emergency workers, etc He agreed Continued from Page 1) ker, Barnhill. Beasley, Botts, Drown with BOARD respect to OF aM SirpEJtVJSOBSSt'OAKLAND budget.

:ables the good workers to make that a need may have existed for I( Burnsed, Burton Carter, C. L DRAINAGE DISTRICTF
The Booster MarchKlein.A Clark Collins. Cook, Courtney Dane Duff Pft.tdtBt.
such restrictions few
more money, some as high as a a years ago May 1C-2) 1W.
Perfect Day-trombone solo Crews, Davie Dayton Dekle, Dowda,
'dollar an hour during the past sea- but did not exist today.A

son.But he also pointed to the number of independent cane featuring Idral Bowen. Dunn, Elliott Floyd Gilmore OTtCB *
Showboat Medley-Kern. Hawkins, Hendry, Hethcox, Horne. .
fact that others earned as low as growers, under contract with the -
The Footlifter, Marcb.FiUmore.Men Jenkins, Johnson: Kelly Luckie, Glades County Board of Commissioners -
48 cents an hour which, under the sugar corporation for the processing -
of Ohio, March-Fillmore. at its regular meeting Mon
Martin, McKendree, McKenzie, Mc-
% minimum wage agreement, had t5b of their cane, made no requestfor day. June 2. .1347 will receive sealed
boosted to 45 cents by the corporation any change in the contract Mullen E'lvln.Ierritt., Moore I bids for the repair of robfbwr and
Fishing Case- I Morrow Murray Papy, J. T. Peacock -, flashing of the CmtMty Overt H.....
making harvesting a much agreement which Ferris said was I at Moore Haven Plottd-a,
more costly process than it shouldbe I satisfactory to the corporation. Feeples, Roberts Rowell i It I* expected that the lowest substantial
Sh@pperd J. S- Smith, L. W. Smith. offer win be Metpted but
if workers paid exactly
were floe
tM Board reserves the right I* reject -
what they earned. More cane could ( Page 1) R. C. Smith Stirling, Stokes, Taylor -I any and all ......
the court's decision when it was announced Usina. Wainwrightr J. I:. FRIBRSON, Cbakssa
be cut with less! men he said, if wmlams.1ll1iamtl. Roars fContmlastoftere.
Glides County *
LEGION OFFICERS ARE
'
commercial fishermen \\ .
.* many were not able to rely on now Wilson .
the minimum guarantee.Mr. feel, since the passage of the legis- Yeomans; Nays---Akerman, Bron- Attest:
lative act Wednesday that they 1 son, Carraway. Tyn Cobb T. T Cobb. D. S. Weeks, Clerk
Ferris also pointed to the INSTALLED TUESDAY May 16. 23. tt. 1347.
hare: little reason to worry about Fuqua, Hardin. Hough. }
fact that price controls are slatedto Iacwn-I
the court decisions And many feel liam, MrLure. Odham. J. It. .
end on October 31 and that indications I
point to a reduction in the NITE AT HIGH SCHOOL: that the decision which: in effect cork Potter Sellar. Simpson. )1.1 PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS

price of both sugar and blackstrap
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molasses nest season, making any 'or _
increase in wages unwarranted. An overflow crowd, augmentedby

Kppreeentatives of the Fellsmere many distinguished visitors from
District 9 including two Voituresof .
sugar company and the Okeelanta A4NwE" TODAY
Growers and Processors gave data the fun-loving organization: of the
American Legion, the 40 and 8. attended
their for the
on
own operations
year
THE
the installation ceremoniesof ooRt "QUEEN OF
and agreed with Mr. Ferris that
.any raise in minimum wages would Post 93 Tuesday night when AMAZONS"SATURDAY
Campbell E. Nail, first World War !

II veteran to be elected commander

was installed by Past Commanderof
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Mark R. Tennant man of Belle Glade. The remainder
of the slate including Ed Ward as
ONLY
Utemitt
vice-commander L. L. Ellington as

Real Estate Broker adjutant, Frank Conkling as chap- i
MACK BROWN in
LADES COUNTY LANDS lain, Harry P. Johnson as historian,I JOHNNY ,

R. R. Hooks as '

t O7 ('ongTf'Sldjt.. Miami Fl*. I and J. E. Deardsley ergfl8nt-at-arme.1 NAVAJO Tltl\IIA'

I 1 fleer were installed by District'

Commander of the 9th district. A.IG .

I Shands of Fort Lauderdale The "HOP HARRIGAN" No. 12 J and Color Carton
| business meeting and installation

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the Community Center wouldn't
SUNDAY and MONDAY
hold the capacity crowd.
I
( A large number of the new

members, recently added to the ALAN LADD In

roster during the membership drive,

< were Initiated and four new members -

were voted into membership, Two Years Before The MastFox

i I Loyd Greer BIshop Jr.. Josiah Fer-

ris, Jr J. W. Beardsley and Bobi

Beardsley The initiated members
h were presented with membership News and Cartoon

pins and copies of the constitutionand

by-laws of the Legion. -
Since the delegates to the State
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
Convention In Miami succeeded in .

,JARS changing a portion of the constitu- '
CAPTAIN AMERICABreakfast
tion, Clewiston Post was removed Chapter r

SAPS, from the 8th district and' Joined the

1:LIDS and 9th district which is geographically -I In Hollywood

1 ,Rubbers ly for the Post. The splendid I
f I turnout of the 9th District
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.t.tt members of the Legion auxiliaries Ii
THURSDAY and FRIDAYGallant
'
t; INSURE of the 9th District was a distinct I

i ( tribute to the local Post. The two

< Canning Success .Voitures; of the Quarante Homineset i

|let Huit Cheveux from Fort Lauder- !a
when follow I
you dale and Palm Beach, brought their Bess ,
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instructions in the Boll
locomotives, which must have proven .

:live Book. Buy one at I thought to have lost to Sandy Bell N
tend and his team. It was stipulated that I
:your grocsr'i or IN GLORIOUS COLOR
no old members who participatedin
V )0< with and
name the contest particularly the past ..
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address tot commander and past adjutant be

SAIL MOTHCII COMPANY named on the Board. I SATURDAY, May 24TH :
I Committee chairman Berner reported -
M... *. MicM
that one estimate has been Red Ryder in "SHERIFF REDWOOD VALLEY" j


I UQOcoooo 'uooooc -I'+$49'r"M 000000000 !
NOTICE OF IJF.LINQIK TAX; U.K + p+ 44l44 HUOO

Notice b hereby given that the fotlowlag described land wilt be sold at I SPECIAL LATE SHOW ,
public auetioD on the tnd day of June. 1141 at the front door of the City
Hall in Moore Haven County of Glades. State of FIor1t-. to pay tae amount j
due for taxes bereln ad opposite the same tOlJetMr with an cat .r sack 1 1I
88ft and a4verttaIU.pt1. I SATURDAY, MAY 24 11:00 P. M. i

) .. .f Laud O..P .,..... .f T."e. JOHN LODER and NANCY KELLY in ;
Block S, Lot 1 _____ 3. T. Tartar -..- ----SH.'I
Block b. lot 1* J a I1nwa -' ._--L-_ 1355
Block T. Lot It ____ )faryl", --- -- I
Block 14. Lot I Eo Maw fLU.... Woman Who Came Back'P.GF.
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