Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00171
 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 23, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00171

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Memorial Day Service Graduation Exercises to


Planned By VFW Post Start Here At 8 Tonite

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I Will Take Place At City To Attempt Coleman and Fry i Baccalaureate Sunday

I, : Service Board In Organization Of Low Bidders On I Night; Graduation

j r : City-Park Fire Department- Piping ContractColeman Tuesday NightSo

t On Memorial Day. Friday. May At the meeting of the city commission and Fry. Clewistoa cont far as studies are ceseet ad
: 90. at tea o'clock a memorial MIT ; Tuesday night two new :actors for the construction of the today in the last day of the 144-41
ice to Glades Coaaty men kilted in school term and at eight .'...k
; fire extinguishers for fighting gasoline power plant here for the Glades
I the service of oar country. will be I tonight in the school gymMefcra
'I sad chemical fires were purchased Electric Cooperative, lac., were low
t held the Homor Ron ia the City of the (9as
at from J. A. )MulUns agent for bidders on the installation of all the seven graduates
Park. It.. requested that sea : the Fyr-Fyter Company and dM din mechanical piping whoa bids were of '47, the smallest clsss ia many

member the family, each man cnnuton that erased led to a plea for opened for the secead tine hy the years will hold their Class NIght
killed ia service be present te participate CongratulationsSeniors the series el
calling those interested in the organisation board of directors at a recent meetln II program and begin
tat the service 1t..1II be acUvtties
of a fire department te At the first opimtsg the Coleman commencement
sponsored by the VeteraM of Foreign its I The high school band wU fnrn-
meet with the rmnminrtee at and Pry bid was the only one
Wart sad will be under the di .. Ink mask for the program; the history -
first regular meeting in I. te received and it was necessary to I
ration of Commander Wendell discuss plan of organising a volunteer reedvtrttoe for bide There were i win be given hy Doyle Balk
Click sad Aaxlttary President Mr*. I I the prophecy hy Charlotte daytea
departaMCt. DOYLE BILL(11.1RLOTTE fear hid at the seruing aad their
Henry ....*. The pablic to cordially : I the will by Tommy Wayman. the
Various plans for sack a* or- hid was low at $1M"
Invited to be preeeatFollowing CLAYTON. poem hy Ruth Close; Jessie Bria
I sanitation have been advanced ia The Mate firm was low bl44er I
t the service la tows al the past bat have had poor .......1 on a similar contract for the plantat DaB will sing a sole and Dean Hef-
party win go to the Ortoaa Cemetery Many men in the community have, RUTH CLOETOM3HE Tavernier in the Florida Keys Un will make the ctasi gUL

to dera4 the grave; of Veteran evidenced a desire to see a* organization JE.\N WTRrKDR. I This contract is for insulting all Sunday night at the Baptist

buried there Friends wishIng and if these and others of the water, oil frt and other I Church &t eight o'clock the b e-

to send flower to be used todecorattng will attend this meeting on June 2 .*\ HEFLIN appnnent lines after the aadamery'I mlnvreate sermoa will be preached -

the grave may bring it is felt that a definite program OPAL R.uun..OSI : is installed in the plant. by Rev John A. !Moore pastor
them to the ceremony in the park. may be formulated The low hid has been seat to of the church The processionalaad

The poppy sale. scheduled tomorrow Those interested are asked tohave TOMMY VTYMHRA %\ Washington for approval by the recessional! win be played by
has! been postponed a week their ideas in a definite form I Rural Electrification Administration -I Mrs J. A. MulUns.Tuesday .

and will be held immediately tellowing -I that night so that they may be coordinated i I Bight at the gymnoenm
the Memorial! Day services and prompt action taken ___ I at eight o'clock will be the eoairaencement -
I SWEENEY' IS Robinson First I program and theta wftl ..

Fisheries Group Mrs. Muller Elected i be no commencement ....,.. The
Man To Serve As ; processional and retmsianal wfll
Lays Down Rules President Woman's : be played by the band abler the
I : P.-T. A. President : direction of W D. Jack.... tM tevoeatiea -

At Meeting Here I Club On Thursday SPELLING CONTEST I will be by Rev John A.
: Moore, the salutatory address 1If'
I i .V* the meeting; of tbe Panollt-
M a meeting of members of the \t the regular: meeting 'bf the : Teacher Association on Friday nightof Miss Opal Raulerson. a eels by

; Lake Okeechobee Fisheries Assncia-' Utfmans Club at the clubhouse) (Hendn County New-; t I last week the nominating; committee -: Mrs. Mailtos the valedictory by
tion held here Sunday afternoon at 'I I Dean Hefttn Awards will be made
t yesterday afternoon which was attended Tyra Sweect-v 15-ytaNu.S eshtiErade I presented a slate of officers
S the courthouse. an assessment of a Ii by Wendell Click a brief talk.i
i by twenty-fonr members andtwo student of junior h!gh school ,! to serve for the new fiscal year
be made Principal M E. Morrison.
11 cent a pound on all fish products I guests the slate of officers proved herself the best speller inttteea headed by H. I. Robfeon. as president by
f fold establish fund with which I diplomas will be presented
to a vnaniraonslv
presented by the nominating committee South Florida counties when The noastaeea were -
to make a private survey tai stndy was unaaimeesly elected asfollow. ; elected and Mr RoMnson becomes by Mrs. Margaret K Farnam/roBa-
she the district championship
of eoadlttoBS in Lake Okeerhokee won I ty superintendent red Rev. Scott
fialaac this
.: the first man to'head
I' ever 29 champions and rnnners-up[ Bozeman wttl pronounce the benediction -
was rated by the membership Ofgsatsatton ta Its history. ".
Mrs William Ms6erPre.eatMM in a spelling match held SaUrday i tiAll
Frsaese !gato. 1st VleuPrestdent night nt the MiaBii Bdiae high! Other otfieecs ietted were Wv attend-, .
It that yr .. ,- -- *- RlfeST &s' "Vfce-proident' : Mrs. are invited to any or
f recommended $ --
.. w.ka $ ., )' **** :,, ; erte*] 14 Miami.: TfnnOTr-npta the, '
: the".*iIet *s begin that the'sern!' Mrs. W. B. try, Jr. 2ndi. 'V* *- betty enBteeted bee was Cnrry Lied' Thomas Gaskins of Palmdde as I all of these graduation programs..

lees at Dr. F. G. Walton Smith. President. set of Volusia county who went secretary and Mrs. L. D. Carr as
marine bteleciei in charge of the Mrs Frederick Prehit. Recording dews on "importineece" which Tyra: troaanrer County Farmer Is

ntrenrity ., Miami laboratory be. \Secretarv spelled correctly Then she was I At this final meeting of the
sought to direct the study ''I Mrs Harry Fusiir Corresponding handed optimist*. ton the final' school year there was an enthnsiss-I Picking AcreageOf

The association also adopted rake Secretary word and the championship Doris! tic discnssten of plans for the fn- Fine Tomatoes
' requiring strict adherence to con- Mrs Hartford DOley, Trnasarer ifisler. her classmate and runnerup -' tare and an effort will be made to

t serration measures and will provide Old ebb members who recently went down fifth wlen she failed keep the organisation .functioning -'
I a method for identifying all shipments completed the .u.. reorganisation to spell .." correctly during the summer months in order I C E. Miner of Ctewmte is now

of fish from the lake to help had asked that new member he This was the seventh annual that no time will he lost in retting picking an acreage of tomatoes on

In halting tike alleged "beetlecciag" selected for officers sad this plan spelling bee sponsored bv the Mum down to real work at the beginning;; his farm near Laorty Paint sd is
practices to some Bettteas of the was carried oat throughout the Herald with the district arise ea of the new school term ia September reported now to be taking off/ some
hundred field boxes __. Thereare
state .
slate They will be Ins .11ed at the all expense paid trip to the nation'scapital
Any member violating any conservation : first meeting in Jane I for the champion and her Another plan offered was that forty-two acres in the Qnei.

law or rule of the ..- *- Mrs Fred Flanders presided at escort and the chance to win the all faculty members will he required Tomatoes this year have been tbs

lion will be faced with MsaeaehHiand Teaterday's meeting and the tajtortac I national bee in com petit ion with to attend every P.-T. A. highest price for away yeers and i
toes of all privileges mambtrehlp financial reports weep msdtMm. : best spellers of more than thirty- meeting all of which will b* heMat white the price to cow dawn ensMerabiv .

R. D. Lyons as trtiaearet five states in the onion which would night providing there are at from the tea and tta

ported total receipts from 1'e-1 I' mean a grand pie of $500 cash least three parents ia attendancefor dollar high they are still repottedas .

Option Is Up On house rectal as ill*.75 with and a two-day all expense paid trip every' teacher. seeing at around six dollars a

disbursements: lights New York.Supervising. bushel field crate
following to Mrs H. C. Taylor retiring president
Sugar Mill Site I.water, 12718; lasnraace. $15.$'; Prnicipal E. J. Bullock and Mrs L. R. Yates agreedto I II J. S Mv has also take several

End of Next WeekThe paint. sn.n; labor. U5.it; piano and Mrs. Bullock took Tyra I !serve with their hatbands as I pickings from his acreage ot Bm
teasing. H.tt; fan repair. Sit; and Doris to Miami Saturday for refreshment committee for the first I! bean on the highway sooth of

ptamhteff repair SI.SS; _..u.n. the district bee They returned meeting in September I town. These beans were not hartas
ninety day option which F. Children's H..... $2; mi c ltaneo home Sunday evening )In.. Buttock : badly sa first thought by the

D Yavn granted to Tropical da- So $2.11 for a total of $M_IS. took the girls sightseeing Saturday Miss Dowd Is Honored I rains which came just as he was
gars lac, for the purchase of a Prom the general fund rceslpts *f. and after spending the night: II reedy for the first picking bt the
site for their prepeeed ewer miU $24.U per capita tax: of $8.M had at Miami Beech they dM more going At Florida StateMiss I price took a stump at that Urn also
just across the canal from Moore been paid to the Federation about before leaving for La- No report has been obtained on the
Haven ..m expire the ed of beat Mrs Flanders library chairman Belle. acreage nor of the number of hamp
WHaM this time there has for the i Betty Dowd. daughter of
M reported that hook rentals The trip to Washington will be 1 en taken off
the company and Mr. and Mra Allan Dowd of Moore
indication by 7 JS
bees no rear had amounted to $$ made with Mrs Bullock, who was
whether or not they will daring this period S 14.S' had been the choice of Tyra's mother Mrs Have a senior at Florida and euoctateeditor State I Buy An Apron And
Women ,
exercise the option ; paid ont in rent and .341.44 for G. L. Sweeney of Fort Denied who CoHoge for
Roland CaMwell. an official of new book.. There are no outstanding could not accompany her daughter of the Florida Flambeau .i Tie for Dance Next
told J. E. Frier- student publication was one of the
the cerporatien bills against the ctah
Mrs. Bullock and This together
son hy satins Moutday the semenr Mrs. D. M. Dranghn and Miss with a repreaentatiTe of the Miami winners la the AAUAV creative art I Saturday Night
". In the writing: field. It
would he down aad
the great Bertha Gram wore hostesses Herald will leave Sunday for Washington -
couple of<< meets' which is token |I served deticioas refreshments at the I If Tyra does mot win the was announced when the awards I Another dance will be held nextSttarday \
to trees that they will he here te close of the IIM IIC- Nsttoeal championship they are were made recently Her Informal ulebt May 31 far tit

close the deal for the site or aekearrawuoeau At the next meeting of the dabMrs. (Continued on Page 10) eaay was eatitted "Leek for Tomorrow" bent of the swimming poei fund
for aa esteMmn oi I and for which she received t1teI..m I chairmanof
L. E. Knrnam will preside and Mrs Emma Mutter
the .$... Mrs. C. C. Klatts will serve as tar of merit the committee. always fuel of
He awe said that company ....- .Ulttat orflcor for the tn*.a.. Uon Negro Burned FatallyAt Awards were also made ta the ideas for making such an affair a
WaeUa' field of music daacfeg. an drama, this
reFtMatives bed been of the new otOcors Shawnee Farms great success announce that
toe working oa the RFC lean and and radio I time numbered crepe paper aprons
..." Miss bawd wfll gradvate< June
that "everything woks g. and ties will be sold as admissionto
passes paid and a week of sightseeIng A colored laborer John Reed 8 from FSCW the dance. Attractive doof

Local EntrantsMake in the eapftolHetty was fatally burned Monday afternoon prizes will be given for both.mea
Jean was the first GladesCanty at and women.
Good ShowIn I entrant to be seated but I operating a am -Uaro1f er to -destroy This dance will be held in tbs
I was the tovrtecnth in the field of weeds.It Rev Alexander Linn will big new building recently completed
Spelling Meet I tw ty-ala.. She made a Wg hit is understood that the flamethrower preach at Big Bear Beach chapel by W. B. Norton. Jr. on the
I with the tat"... being one of the wu being operated behinda en Ssnday nicht. May %5. at 7:31 highway and will accomodate as

f'ldA Hewdeshell Glades Car tiniest participants s.ida held outa tsnkwagen filled with fuel pulled o'clock. His subject"! wM he "Send! Urge a crowd as will participate.

t,,'. champion speller and the run I while longer and was the';twen. by a tractor In some manner Ont Thy Light. Doc Foss garland Serenaders will
fire started at the task and Reed, A cordial tnvHation is extended music. .
Betty Jean Hcndrkksea tieth contestant seated. She got a again furnish the
ner failed-up to bring back the championship -II tangled sp on the word] *mabegany. who was operating the flaming to all members and friends to attend Make your plans now to attend

et the district to Glades County :' realised her error after nozzle caned to the tractor. driver and be sure that you will mire a
from Miami last Saturdav night saying; "'0-- bat the eke of the and started to run Then for some real evening of pleasure If". fail

but both made a shewing of which
they may b* pros!. to go bath and change it. the fire at the nozzle he return J
winner ot the contest mats Accompanying the total eBtestants ed and his clothing rurkt flre. He Tb-rmto Smith lermerly tit
The member e(
distance before he Moore Haven and now of Far Is a sophomore. and
for some
from neighboring to Miami were PjlnctpaM ran
Tyra Sweeney Owte fated 811 Alpha Zi Delta. e" a gr'a4-
Hendry County who leaves this weekend E. UorriMU Mien Jean *Moore. Jumped into a canal although pae )(yen was among of Mr. and Mra. J. ....S*
real Mr tike fast "U.IM daughter
waj the boner
Washington to participate Heodry-dsdes sopervisor .ad her water was nearby, and already
ia the ftatienal finals with aB ex- rossn ..... Miss AatSHof TJaBsOe dead when petted from "i !>* Stetson Pnlvorse Mms Sm4H VCWiagbam.

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J I 1 I I A 7hecqoneTGam I Kathleen Norris Says : Gems of Thought

are in exact ratio to
i iI What you acquire by

Dull Existence Can Be Dramatized hard work is always valued far
beyond that which is handed
Bell Syndicat.-WNlt Feature you on a silver platter.
// it mft faa to hit than I*
ia WASHINGTONBy ufteb lift from the nJbmei.-]ob*

Released by Western Newspaper Union. Walter Shead I *"*"". .

''' :'kt.WHU Pride goeth before destruction
and an haughty spirit before
THE VALUE of Ford Motor company Wa.6.a(1011 Bar.." i a a
is listed as one billion do Jars. IfH E,. Sc N W. \ yak b wish you health and wealth

That is a billion dollars of our national Will of People Is Final j and time to spend it Mexican
wealth that did not exist less saying.
Sanction for All Laws .
than half a century ago. That values
represented by land, buildings AMID the turmoil and uncer It's grand and you canna expect -
machines, materials and other : tainty which is obvious in the deliberations J to be baith grand and com-
things needed in operation of large of congress and the fortable.-Sir J. M. Barrie.

plants. Aside from the land that hurly-burly of the vast governmentscene I

value, that addition to our national in Washington, your home I II
wealth, was created by the genius I town reporter attended three events
the initiative, the resourcefulness of here which impressed him with the ii1iLI CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

one man. oft-repeated but little-heeded truism I
That one man created more than that "you cannot legislate faith or
tangible wealth on which a dollar morals."

value can be placed He created One event was the annual dinner BUSINESS_ & INVEST. OPPOR.
many thousands of jobs providing of the Southern States Industrial OPERATE profitable mail order luiilncM
tic the support of many thousands council representing some 6.000 Splendid opport-miti' For rtt write
at American families. He made leaders in business and industry P.0. W'DOS B.. Ml. .....lr City. TtaarucaOPERATE
possible the support of schools from the 16 southern states. At that profitable--Home X iti Order
churches, stores, professions. He I dinner at the swank Statler hotel business Splendid opportunity Write for .
helped materially in support of our' 506 more or less self-satisfied repre- Dt fetail isiw.Address Sa.al.*rta. -.%. Nat*. C SMITH. C. D.
railroad systems, and in construction ; sehtatives of southern industry _

and utilization of our bard with senators congressmen and 1)) MISCELLANEOUS _
roads. Then Henry Ford died and | other "distinguished southerners" it :\CnYLENE welding generator Pop.ilar.
he has left to the American people'' i 1 as guests, heard an excellent ad- sate IS Hw Carbide. portable Mike I It.

as their legacy all those things he o dress bv one of them T. Russ Hill save M6 Print C. B and..tsta Layout, Br.w SS_TlB laywwlii..erat.r *. Ter
created, the plants the jobs. He j of Kentucky president of the --
had added a billion dollars of valueto Martin-Parry corporation of Detroit -
our national wealth, and he tookno : Hill a forceful afterdinnerI Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
part of it away with him. The I speaker damned the lack of faith Them art women of born she old vying "'Ilttme-M' i_, bourns *TIit batlitss.
plants the organization the jobs i and the "what's the use" attitude of I II saaaUy 11'. But Myrtle utn't o
belong to America. For their con- I many business men and others ,
tinued operation he named a trus- about the future of this nation. He By KATHLEEN NORRISTHERE pt L
tee. i I castigated labor leaders and labor: IT'S A GOOD PLAY

\ During his lifetime he had pro)I "monopoly,", deplored a defeatist I was once a wom 1' I I II
vided automobiles at a price at! attitude and our present tax system felt that her life This isn't a fairy tale-although
which millions of American families! : and then he said this In discussing : into very drab it reads like one.
could afford to buy and operate. labor-management difficulties and i I
them. Such ownership meant for, II the labor bill now before congress: i, and dull grooves. The story of Myrtle, at recounted

those millions of families increased, "Law alone will not suffice. She had a nice, good husband by Miss Norris in this article, r

pleasure and convenience. Those; Our congress has been much i who never would make much serves as a lesson to all women

cars had added to their standard of concerned about a labor law. : money or much of a success. who feel that they hart become
living. During his lifetime he had 'Tough' and 'mild' the two I
are Through all her loyalty and affection enmeshed in the dull
voluntarily raised the standard of types mentioned. No labor law '! she knew that. togs of a
Follow Lead of Engine Builders
compensation for workers. He alone can solve this problem and lifeless existence.

passed on to workers and the public any more than prohibition and She had a nice little girl, That teas the way Myrtle felt atone and Big Fleet OperatorsWhen
those benefits his I with front teeth missing and
resulting from controls solved those problems. time. She allowed sort of
technological abilities. It meant The will of the people, not I stringy fair hair; she adored this a your truck,tractor or car begins
higher wages for workers, and a law, is the remedy." little girl with her good school gray resignation to bold her in its to lose power and burn oO,there's

lower price for the cars producedfor marks and her eager friendships.But grip. She resented finding glamorin : an easy way to save oil,save gas,and
the people of the nation and the Prayer and Good Will she realized that her little girl books and pictures; she wantedto restore original power. HIVe a set of

world. The following afternoon, in one of wasn't exactly exciting. lift glamorously.But Sealed Power Piston Rings installed.
the most beautiful And this Whatever the make,model or cylin-
settings imaginable j she read magazines,
It was genius and initiative, Ibe"I"le decided
t I to der wear condition, there is a Sealed
with the shaft of towering woman. She saw movies. She knewof
J encouragement Washington monument as a back 'I II other women to whom constant dramatize her dull existence; she Power Set specifically engineered to

acle possible. The genius and I drop the dome of the national capitol J excitements and pleasures and lux- took the materials she bad and do the best possible job. For many
I gleaming in the afternoon sun uries appeared to come as naturallyas them. years leading engine and
initiative was possessed by a play out of
': fleet owners have used Sealed Power
and the mall
a picture of lovely dishwashing and economizingand
Ford. The opportunity and encouragement Year after bate
velvet greensward, some 30,000 peo- I' the commonplaces of existencein year, new scenes Rings. See your Sealed Power Fran

oar American were system provided of free by, pie gathered in a public demonstration -' a small American town came to been added t6 that play. Today chise Dealer.

I of prayer. prayer for a lasting j Myrtle and her family bare foundnew
; competitive enterprise. In her.A Send a postal for illustrated -
i no other nation on earth could 'I peace, prayer for the Russian ; sort of gray resignation held health and new happiness asa informative new :

Henry Ford han accomplished people and prayer for America. her for most of the time broken by result of one woman's determination oiL bookleton7way.tosatre Ir.free and i
I It both may
; what he did in this country. So was dramatic and symbolic occasional wild, secret fits of hate, aave lot of money
to out of that rut into you
and the lesson those 30.000 | get t
other bewilder- .
of the present day nations despair, longing, envy SeatedPower
would have provided the needed ; people carried away was that i i ment, resentment. All these emotions which so many people and families Corp.", Depfc WS "'.
essentials of opportunity and: prayer not laws alone would bring work like poisons of course, are apt to slide. Mmkcgon Mich. 4,;

encouragement.We lasting peace. J, not only on the spirit but actuallyon
On the same day Pres. Miguel i the body. This woman's eyes lost INDIVIDUALLYENGINEERED

cannot all have the genius Aleman of Mexico addressing a : their brightness and her complexionits served all possible meals there. She '
and initiative. Most of us are lacking ; cheering, whistling joint session of glow; she tired easily she got broke into radiant praises of her
in those essentials. We all have I congress said. ". we have j the blues she didn't sleep well. own town and country at the slightest :
opportunity and encouragement fordevelopment learned that the most powerful When anyone told her of a good provocation; reminding husbandand
a of such abilities as we i force to uphold democracy lies not book or a good picture or a way to child of their good fortune. :
may possess. Ford was one of many in tanks and ordnance, but in the | cook onions, she went into a secret being in America having all this
who under our economic system, conviction in the hearts of men who : interior rage. That wasn't what she fruit and cream, not being afraid.
have aided in making America when" conflict finally breaks out, will wanted! She didn't want any more Other women bewildered at the
great: who have raised our stand- drive the tanks and fire the can- reflections articles, pictures about change in her, told her she must

ard of living, and provided us with non. ." j glamour living; she wanted to live have fallen in love, and so she had,
luxuries the people of no other action And there we have it-from Hill, Clamorously t with life.Horace.

know. The wealth they accumu- an industrial leader: "The will of who was 40, and tired, Prolonged ReliefSo
late through production they leave the people not law is the remedy. Series of Dissatisfactions.She and a little depressed by the glamour .
as a legacy to the people of the You cannot legislate will in the wouldn't Wave given up Hor- of uniforms and changes in Much QuickerKIDNEY

nation.It minds of the people." ace and little Diana for anything or other men's lives while his own remained for s.-catlol

is not necessary to demonstratethat From Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fulton J. I anybody in the world. But why so dull, took fire from this SUFFERERS

free enterprise will work. It Sheen of Catholic University of II wasn't Horace a vice president of pretty, new, busy wife, and began
America not laws and something and why weren't the Irrita&.acI bl.drrliainp,(axrt slwapsk kttsrs
ba worked, and is working. It will 4o branch out a little, too. Urtrir nspawUa! for UdaoUs. lc .....
continue to do in the future what it good will in the hearts of men not I talent scouts bidding for Diana np.-s ,wa./ suaa.paightalY+dK -
I assembly deliberations is the rem- No Fairy Tale. --'- .. r.aL.te. .
bas done in the past. !! Not everyone in Myrtle's position Far ....s'T'
a a edy. You cannot legislate prayer !.!I feels this way, naturally. There are This is not a fairy tale, but it fWlt.ce Wey(0Ie... PE
Yss. tber
i and good will in the hearts of men." 1 many women of whom the old say- reads like one. Myrtle may have :, man iBpcrtut.Muul tIIl/am sovsrfiJ ssdsb-

LABOR BOSSES REPUDIATED I From the President of Mexico: i fag, "Home-keeping hearts are hap- begun all this as a gallant bluff, lak..atwa*..,.Th.ta that ak.tar trd.. .nqa b'add.r i ou5 -
UNION LABOR'S BOSSES put upa "Conviction in the hearts of men, !1 I piest" actually is true. The pleasant but like many another courageous ld. Arb dr..eawt few .ekwta.oiet' Pdlw gwa..t.a(:... ar.
hard fight to prevent a revampingof I. not tanks and ordnance is the pow- j events of home and children plant moved out of a cramping pot I Sod YocaroesY tbee tar toot sacs.oet+ufac5y' DOUans
the nation's labor laws in anyway erful force which must uphold democracy I I occasional outings, occasional new into the good earth, it presently
that would curb their activities.: I You cannot legislate conviction j ttothes, are enough for them. And took roots. Myrtle took in a board. -- -- --
In that fight of words they expensed I in the hearts of men. I they are fortunate women. But er, an old man who had once made .,.

only generalities. They 'Morally Right' Lams 1 Myrtle wasn't one of them. money in the fruit packing business ....... KIURATSSTEARNS' l
hinted at dire disaster should their I and when he saw Myrtle preserving -
I Just how it occurred to her to .
practices be checked and intimated So from these three sources the small crop of berries '
I dramatize her most undramatic existence -
retaliation at the polls against any we have the same answer: I don't know. She thinks it that grew on her backyard bushes 1 PACIAGE KIllS UP TO KO CATS
who voted for such changes. They 'I "You cannot legislate faith or he gave her suggestions.
suggestion from an older Rats
was cost mo.ay.Stopoo.tly
did not attempt to explain why. ina morals". Faith in God faithin Now Myrtle lives
women but the older woman, to on a spacious rat deatroctni
Gallup poll of last January. 66 American democracy faith ) whom she wrote the other day, model farm with white fences. *ttcre to fed,livestock wd
per cent of all people contacted I In the dignity of man. Good win I doesn't remember making it. Anyway white pullets, two white horses, one RAT&ROACHPASTE property.xos Kill rU
voted for the open shop. 18 per cent I in the hearts of men is a moral she took the materials she had white dog and numerous white cats. 'u.by
for the so-called union shop, and I question; tolerance and convie- I' Diana's teeth have farmers for 69 yeti*.
and she made a play of them. come in. and at
only 8 per cent favored the closed | lions and prayer are moral 14 she has a wavy permanent, andis 35< I $1.80 if BIBCCISTSWNU

shop..Nor did they attempt to explain j forces. Whether it be a labor Plays Lead Role. as pretty as any girl in school .. = --
the vote of union workers only law, a tas law a housing law i Naturally she took the leading Pamela has joined the family and -14 2 :.47
in which 41 per cent favored the I I a health law or whatnot, the part in this play. It was the play of has natural curls at three. Bert
open shop 33 per cent the union '! basic question is whether or not a small, mouse-like woman who beams at the world in comfortable
shop, and only 18 per cent wanted a i the law is morally right Is it dressed herself for her part. She old clothes, and handles the 1IIluJSuJI l
dosed shop. In connection with fair and just Is it tolerant of i i wore washable cottons for morning ping of the famous ship.
of retaliation at the ;'t .f Does that fit MM UtU u MM W
their threat the rights men work and for all other occasionsshe
polls they did not quote the figures i law protect and defend the integrity wore corduroy velvets. Wherever face never has appearedin RHEUMATISMNtuamswsuco
from' the last election, in which of I and the dignity of men | Myrtle McRae went she wore the movie magazines. Bat home
these members of the previous con- and of the indhridaal brown corduroy velvet made in her magazines have had her story, and
1 great seeking reelection and openlyopposed It was Eric Johnston, former : own very simple pattern. She wore on every Jar of strawberry jam that
I by labor leaders. 140 were president of the U. S. chamber of !aer brown hair brushed up and I you buy under that brand there is
: elected and only three on labor's commerce. who only recently said pinned in back and curled in a mat the picture of a small smiling _
black list were defeated. The American that our capitalistic system must aver her eyes. From looking a drab woman with a mat of curls coming P
including members of its of thinking for 1 childishly down over her eyes anda ,
: people, change process 10 she came to look her actual 35
J labor unions, definitely have repudiated the privileged few to recognize its and then 25. corduroy dress finished wh an '- ......-.1!!-....Ira
J may labor anise leaders. bat responsibility to the public interest I' emhroariirji turnover at She v"-oat: *unfit III tat. IUUJUtumiHHtiuuBniusi .
I eat blur a9isaa or colhctwe bat sad that the primacy and dignity of She bulk a back porch _t of her If yew hd *? dos't ****** '.J try a _II_
J .--. MO com .... titeheo at a OMi thee, of $W ad it; it fe+ tfe beat. ,I la NH H.t...mitimui ..um

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Brazil Court Bans Communists Politics ChargedThe
A New York justice bad before ; post cfSce is reducing its man

him a case involving an East Sid. service in a "brazen" attempt to

youth who had robbed a kilt of I Telephone Strikes Come to End; discredit the cccgressKzal economy

thirty bales of silk. The young drive. Senator Bridges charged ia

mans lawyer a notorious shrewd a recent interview. Actually declared
Oklahoma State Senator Shot
trader went to the judge and : the chairman cf the senate

pleaded "Your Honor, it was theboy's I appropriation committee, the post i
: B.J__"w.ater.Ie.weap.r. U I Released b7 We.-na Rewasner t;a'a, i
first offense. If he paid for the D1TOR'. KOTE w... .,ta.... ar..ssre..ee IeII.... ....... New ar.Ia_ ..tw.as.ea I Ii office department's: funds have notbeen :
silk, would you not agree and i Joi.'a'.r 1....... ..... .alya&. sae ... .......n1, atIIi.. s..saper.5BRAZIL I up for consideration yet By INEZ GCBHARD
would not the plaintiff agree, to let The senator showed newspaper lITTLE did Richard Basehart I

him off this one time'" : : Boy! Corn on the Cob! clippings quoting Patrick Connelly *-< suspect. when he left i

The court held counsel with tr.. i po trr:aster of Boston and Harry Zanesville. Ohio that some

plaintiff and magnar-mouslj Outlaws Communists Krarre postmaster of HoQa&d.Mi1 day the whole town would rise t 1

agreed to the lawyer's plea. The Communist party in Brazil- h Bet- men said m print that up and honor him. Son of the l

"Thank you. Your Honor thank one cf the largest m the western mat; etL.e-ies and other services editor of the Times-Signal
you'" the lawyer acknowledged hemisphere has been outlawed t? rc:..;s* be curtailed "aH over the i'
Turning to the plaintiff he said: : tht supreme electoral tribunal t ccur.try a< a result of a failure of nephew of a mayor, he left
Imme I 4o the de- town when he was 28 beaded for a {
"What are you going to give in a three to two decision : c-igress pass customary
off for cash* terjr: after the ruling police rusv d 1k.er..y b.u to allow governmentagt theatrical career. Got itt this ; !

forth to close the party's 445 cl:.:i: : .fc nrish the fna1 months oft seventh alas on. Broadway was .
',- h, :' he l!i
"The H art got
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By its decision the high co,,:tapproved t a eaendnwjJttce30"In Critic Ht.isv.'oc craoL.a i

a governs.ent pet.twhich *e- \ Jesse Donaldson, act- h-P. .. '..",. -, A-
1) fve Known. asked that. the CoTmur.' .: b IM..-- a-*er general, stated that i i
.. Lr iI
i pare; be declared illegal and clo<. r: 50:: ..-'or has been authorized -
t| some Communists predicted IT: t ?..e ..-\ statement about conJ : i. i it

j' a* national congress:: soon W0:' i ->. .. J ;tuollj"," said Donald sor,

pass a law expelling extremis: -': : ;s not to blame. The

from the armed forces and all g.; ; uiic: e-:* appropriation: which we

ernment agencies.. These sa 'c w.:: -a';e to ask for extra clerke | i

wave s that the: same act probably I -.:- a.bmtute earners has not

would close all CoTmur =. e', er.. br-=-'. submitted to congress i

oewspapezs and publishing house,;: vyNrM. \et

The party showed remarkable I
strength m the last elections poQirg :

!900,000 votes, and electing a One t the first carloads of sweet L'. S. to End Army Rule
4 nor and two senators in the corn to arrive in Chicago from t
&o".er-I' Control the U. SL of Cf.
tant state of Sao Paulo. They Texas ii gleefully sampled by JoeSpeeiaie acre
17 deputies and one senator whose father is a wholesale many soon will be transferred fr:, i. ,,71 et
national congress In the capita'icity produce merchant This sae- I! the American military govem.t'-.t
, civil ,*
Rio de Janeiro, the largest par- cutest delicacy is moving in v tame i I'to authority Secretary
ty group in tbe city council B the to an northern narkets. State Marshall is preparing tc'tae t l lI li

Coramonist OfBoaDy, the party this long-delayed step as see- as i

: claims 180,000 members PHONE STRIKE ENDS: j possible The move will reverse the 1. I I J
Sluggard state department's U -year- ld tra-
::-(' l..l at' wont There are three possibilities now I !
dition. Heretofore the departmenthas
even jet up when t lad\ enters. Dogs for Brazilian Communists according Workers Accept $1.40 vigorously resisted: taking on RICHARD B.\SEI1ARTprer : t
at often listless when they're not fed to expert observers: ,
right Gro-Pnp RtWwn would give Long distance telephone opera- I any fuactions except formulation of .ere, M023: With new5 pJf.er: f
him every' vitamin and mineral dogs They could torn their weB-orgaa- tors agreed to accept a compromise i Policy. people flying from New York to ee ,
are known to seed for vigor and : Iud party over to some other group. pay increase of $(40 a week i! Former Secretary Byrnes wanted it and Louis Brcmfield entertaining

vitality F.roIIOmil"aJ-one box supplies They could organize a new party thereby ending tie month-old strike i administration of Germany left with ,' at dinner on his famous farm. Base- f-

as much food by dry weight as under a different name and seek that has been tying up the nation's the war department, bat Marshall hart, home town boy. has certainly
five 1-lb taut of dog food! Gro-Pop : apparently different objectives. communications Quick settlementsof himself a veteran of the war depert1 ; made !
also comes in Meal and in PePEtts.I 1 Or they could go underground as 28 other disputes followed the ac- 1 meat, is willing to change that. He good

they did between IBS and 1945. quiescence of the long lines workersto i has not revealed any details of the -+-

Do5s FJrGROPUP the new terms. The increase I' civil government setup that he has When Bmg Crosby arrived in New
( ( W OKLAHOMA: means about 11 cents per hour pay : in mind Obviously a considerable York he planned to do one of his

= I II I Shooting in SenateA boost, vacation benefits and certain military force will be needed in Germany shows at HaJJeran hospital, for

I I other concessions, such as seniority ; for some time, in case of out- wounded eteraas. .The telephone
I I n.r- hometown feud exploded into rights About ::,000 workers in 42 1' breaks strike made that anpossiWe, so he

I R.BO gunplay on the floor of the states are affected. i rated that his studio audiences must
Marshall denied that American
p homa senate house in Okla'i The agreement was announced by and British officials had run into consist only cf wounded men.
When the smoke --+--
City. Asst. Secy. of Labor John Gibson I, difficulties over basic policy in plans
---- erly Sen Thomas Anghn was lying I I and Conciliation Director Edgar for merging the American and Brit- la a poll conducted by the

!Grounded shot through the hip.I Warren after a ?*i hour night ses- ish zones, as reported from Berlin. inter council committee en
His assailant Rep James Scott a sion with representatives of the Christian Family Life, "Tee

marine veteran, was arrested a few unions and the American Telegraphand Foster Mother of '47 Adventures of Orals and Har
mutes later n a washroom Telephone company. Strikes riett" and "Tbe Aldrich Fam-

The scooting oo-urred before the against local companies cf the Bell ily" were cited as radio programs -

w afternoon sessj,'n had opened, when system were settled on substantially "which mOM exemplify
40 about half the se-at-rs were: ca the !i the same terms the best in family uvinr.."

Besides the wage hikes arid other -+-
,- sit -- e..e.i .,.... ...dCC
.< -ok ....... -. benefits the contract with the 1 If ig dis- Tie Second Mrs. Burton" has
Rat A. ea a av.acl tance workers was practically: a renewal Tne cp with something new in
,'.. L t
It of old terms which
: were ex.
daytime serials each Wednesday
r tear .O makes a si ;
l boa d tacote a! '...d tended for one year. A clause per- afternoon some well-known woman
Iifi i R'1 7J spree b.! .' aC v :ts either the the
rr union or cjm-
Vets f ). taaor.wntee p..tatesL who is an authority in her field
ao nacre fa unaatr s pa-y to begin negotiations after speaks on her subject Experts on
cumin ti rsoaucu September 1. for reclassificat n of
t s.MKU corr.facoHotaita. ,;t:4: care. marital relations, budget
r- towns to readjust wage sc-eJ: _.cs.C5cials JL the problems that beset

tOwt KIE rT. rt of the long toes & ::rkersu W3 en today are presented as a

-.on indicated the membe-s would pjb- service feature Oo May 28

n.>t cross picket lines of str.-,".g 10- f i Elsie: Stapleton, who has worked out
Ji telephone workers. tc 'ava budgets for 30,060 mdmdoals andc
Buy U. S. Savings Bonds!
-3aniM. will.talk. As "The Sec-

Family Income ,2,375 in '45 end Mrs Burton" is a story of mar-
rage and divorce tile feature is.ghly
, appropriate.
'cAS mu $:j:&, ar tM mr e tiUii M :944.uctarJf .
MUCN 1W i* fifurrt< jars released b* .--+-

Pt xottuM 1fuT/o tit* ernms burr**. .4fc tttJur
Anertcui fmttulm bad incimrt 1 if- 1M:" by the Children's Aid foster to &11." has a flee system He !
tares iipOO md KjfiO. On
M urn I
brtrrt homes department was Mrs. makes four pictures a year, spendsthe
ijOM ml
got *
fur sad 13 out ./ every I...,.q Lad per I Harold \olbergh of New York rest of his time ousting and
M $ujcem M oem of II,. City. She has opened her heart I fishing in the High Sierras, wherehe
and borne to half a dozen boys and has a smaB farm. While at work "

girls since 154*. j 1 he stays with friends in Hollywood
BOX CARS: and his wife runs tie fares. They're
-HOT- Irving as they tike to live
right now
State Sen. Angun Shortage Easing I Cure for Worry t tWO'CrI instead of waiting tin they're old

flASHES? ., Slowly but steadily the boxcar situation i and gray to do it
S t.v fired s :ce
r : t", a:c: disease that be !
is a can j
is improving declares John
w_ to tarn -.0'.- Dcuu.. *.;- e sh,,J gang:: wad Soye senators treated and cured.
t\mcuona1 'J&qd1.-ar.' Jenod p.cu- t were: Lraer the impression that Harden, Chicago district managerof Oa Jane 2 AI Jolsoa will i i
w to curen to suScr the American Aseoaatfen of An article m Cosmopolitan "Tbe
hot re-'red the fire but this has magazine air Jail Singer" on the
viva' sa \rgi:
= re.tiatr': Tb.. duo B71Tair; k.: :jeer deried Police said that An- American Railroads. Midwest by Grotto Palmer eMs tbe Radio Theatre program OB

Prakham,....... 'a v'epOoaiPOund. I". tomp lm! s CUTIOJS ne-shot allberJutomat.c freight conditions, be said are te success of the :Boston dispensary OBcoMfaactmg which he recently did "Alexan
1O1 beat they have been for king time. a "worry daue" which der's "
lor : purpnstT had not been in action. a I Ragtime Band. IB eie
..J.a-I'1:: ,...'t' compound Grain cars are moving in adeqaatenumbers bM bandied more than MM pattents. you're too young to remember
be 4. build reasatanc Both legislators come from Hold-
I .
to tbe Southwestern wheat that the that
was picture helped
agstnst such dlatr.w ThOImanda ha..
reported btieat AlN..ery e ectset nsMlie Okla. Aoftta is W, the oldest ; bell, where cutting of the new The article states"Patients' : make movie hitory-alld
tom.cbie tooic. Worth t-yna senator in the ihambw to peat has I
crop begun problems are of many Hardened movie critics who
ITDIA f. PIKIHllf'S U WU: .f .er\':ce. Representative Scott 34.e i, "We hope to have several thousand I kinds, requiring vastly different solutions didn't believe that talking pic-
oil fortune Only roo-
5 :: :r to an empties stored there ready to I! but there is only one kmd ellI tares weald ever succeed cameto
':\ that has been discovered for his '
boodle tbe wheat when it CMBM worry and that is always a disease. sneer and remained to applaud
<, non is that Angba's law torn rep- ,
t-tnted Scons former wrfe m her from the combines" said EageaeCanghun I "No matter what you worry thanks to JoUon.

Kidneys Must :J.rc suit and y.4esb betties assistant to the cbaBmaoof i about, you can stop mutfrng You -+-
AA..R "Jbe earners are m considerably slop by recognizing the simple fact
n er.: Said Jams Paige to Michael:
Work Well- better condition to handle !1 that the moid can certain only one North "Bob Mutton married Clea-

FOOD PRICES: wrath traffic than they were last :1! idea at a tune. and that it is always tus CakhreU Martha Vickers: hair i
For Tea To Fc I Veil
year"NORWAY m yoar power to determine what dresser hitched Greensannounced ;
u u..y emu "-Ya.L.T ...,. siryw Drop Held Gnlikety that idea will be" got her engagement Angela and '

: ;t..W- At least : First, you look at yew worry Otto Kruger celebrated his 25th I
throughout May average
11 _...... _aww.d...1M
= ..e- prices of foods WIll remain at about ; King Cit Rose sqaarety. and realize that worry wedding anniversary while we all 1
= = n
aal w.- sever solved problem the article 'Love Learn' ". '
any and
raW.'W the same figure according to a ape- were .
.....a /. W I'
= ? s...........=. tit., = rial report on farm Bftcooie by the i Probably to meet the nsmg cost pants out Said Michael, "I just finished The
:rolls s:..........-.'.v-.,... kkiaar'a lbs t.. iepartment of agncalbare Farm of bvmg. King Hub of Norway Unsu..cpKted'-Joan Caulfield broke ;
.. income for the motfk is ex?* aw.Jac. -........... --.. wife to the hospital and And- I
If of west
dvfiars. *
d.. __ I a&'c to reach two btUioa so. .100 kroner by the fur rmMm. mat .. .
V v.,..,. T.. ..,.. .aacriac .... f this will briDe cash receipts for the 1 Stormg. or national assembly In- use fmrutlr& Tel Totter bad two impacted wisdom -
JU Eut
"., .......... profit ta sale from
drain.rs..a. i
$1.- I this teeth pulled look at the
to -so
first five months of tke year eluding raise the monarch now ....
Mw :tfa> .w"-t. tools decry U CMC u I- m*
why ra1l7"l:': Pw.T Is. ..taM 000000,000 or about 28 per cent !1 receives a million kroner a year, aetyle ia A* Want **J SMOJbxnt... title before you go into a picture" !
.Wr a a.d1.Y.a (easa-Od 1M above last year. or about :20.000 m U. S. money pL-ie Suit DeKTcJ satiety a.* -t-- 1

:::/i.= :=w:M Pnees farmers have been receiving j I The total allowances for the Norwegian .u i T CmJr. Carl .VMW& ./ eMbed Catherine McLeod faked piano f fI
*rb r1M
rat -- wawa
w-iI. Tk y ..res. MCktef ktmfei.DOANS have averaged shoat 30 per cast royal family now amounts ..ad .- rtMmnk uutaiu ticstbaaar.l I playing so successfully in Tve Alp -
Gel A.o.asday. P..r1tb ...aad..ras higher than to the coBtparabieperiod i to 2,417,900 krc er. or 550000. of twist ., -z. eM J.I e..wc.e Loved You" that most people
.......- M de ....., ./ Baas.a. ia as
of 14$. but total returns bate which 349.000 kroner has been "
ear- aurae ..,,z... *tfumntj wftrt (. thought she was actually playing.So
not been op that nsadt because marked fer repairs on Oslo castle. { Uam Eating "I -..t MM M im- I she's teaching Robert Paige to

PILLS I some gwrenmeat paycneats nave I Crown Prince Olaf has a personal ,.,.., /< : been discoatamed grant of 300.000 kroner annually I Republic's The Outcast"I'

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F GLADES COUNTY Into the office P.Wednesday"\ruse i>of LUrwaiden..fsplnI4ee; JCountr I location of.(he hoped for.sugar milll! need_ : steel frame. block. buihdinge
DEMOCRAT a cUlleD of the county, Thomas drove up demanded to look at and any other snlh things 'Uti in thislocality, ?
Gaskins of Palmdale, who had a their fishing licenses and when they may be necessary, for a complete Instead of convincing the citizensof
OOUC HAVKjr. FLOJUO& chip on his shoulder and I can't say were unable to produce a license and satisfactory school plant site I Moore Haven that we need our
that I blame him. He and a couple placed them under arrest. Hearing be investigated.We I school plant at any partklllar'lo.caUt
!tr=tened as .coo4-cUft: natter. Mar of friends had run afoul of the commotion Mr. Gaskinwas realize that there is an acute! ). let os convince them tat
L Havto.lilt Florid at the, PoctorSce under the at Act Moor of the game wardens and been arrested soon in touch with the group I need for school buildings and facili i WE NEED A SCHOOL PLANT.Let .
Contr... of Much I. 1117.E for very minor Infractions whichwe from where he was fishing for bass ties. The School Board has but us do something to get the
I I4 shall mention later and while further down the creek and he little money for replacements at citizens to Inspect our school plant
.........- er7 Friday Br he was not attempting to convinceme came up with a bass he had just present. Public sentiment has not note the crowded and unsafe conditions
THE GLADE PIU>TI>C! CO. !.<. I that he was not guilty of the caught. The wardens immediately shown that it desires any immediate as they think of the State
CARR n'ITLE" .....11..... law violations, was very much up- pounced upon this bass pulled outa improvements. Give them time. condemned elementary school building -
set at the present game laws which ruler and measured it a shade Remember the two hasty little and all sanitary facilities except -
-I Iv. make such minor offenses punish under a foot in length so he too pigs that built houses of straw or those la the lunch rooaa.
.wrl.tl. Harem was placed under arrest. wood' Let us not be gobbled up The citiseas of Glades County
Tear _____ _.__ .351 able.A
lot of folks i'I To make a long story short the i by the wolf because we are too must help if we are to get a new
*U Moat*. ______ .____ _____ $1.3 visit Mr. Gaskine'cypress
knee factory at pal. trio was brought to county court i hasty in our decisions. If we build school plant in time for the anticipated
for his is an industry the like and paid fines of $17.50 each a I I what we desire-to construct, all increase la enrollment should
which is not seen anywhere al@j total of I52.59. I I citizens of Glades County may hear the sugar mill locate la Moor
and since he lives near the The rather foolish law that a the wolf knock and knock, but in Hsvea.
tJv.E1NDEWNGS of one of the best fishing streamsin person must bare a license for the end we shall make a delightfuldish The School Board appreciates the
the country Fisheating Creek. "nigger-fishing' except in his home oat of him. eooperatioa and iaureat showntheat
By Carr SettleIn I there are those who cannot resist county somehow got onto the Because someone may have by the Moore Havea City
dropping a Hoe into its waters, evenif statute books along with a lot of straw, lumber sand and cement Comadssioa. They hope for a eoa-
they hate never fished before other such things as the one which slate stucco aluminum, tin, or tlnaatira of same and la a friendly -
another column you'll see the And on this occasion his visitor was will not permit YOU to cut up a brick for sale in Moore Haven atnatpaere.
letter from Velton Walters, member a former buyer from Wanamaker'sstore : dead bream and use it for bait. And doesn't mean that the School Board Let as pn together, and pall
of the county school board in who recently retired and I the law does read that "a bass must should use the material of the first bard.
Answer to my remark In this moved to Florida. Neither he nor i measure a foot from the tip of its merchant they Approach for constructing Yours very truly,
column last week. I appreciate his his wife had ever fished before and I nose to the fork of Its tail" but if our building. We may VELTOX WALTERS.
Interest and far from taking offenseAt Mr. Gatklas thought It would be one wished to get technical he -
anything he says feel that this good entertainment for them to might prove that a fish has no nose '
ort of democratic airing of problems indulge in a little hook and Hoe -It breathes through gills. AndI
will do much to make any of j fishing. He did not know they agree with Mr. Gaskins that the
them easier to solve. I were breaking a law. and of course State of Florida catering to tour- HOUSE WIRING
Bis closing advice, "left pull together they were Innocent so you can ists, is not helping Itself by Impos-
and pull hard." is very timely I imagine their embarrassment and ing penalties on visitors for violation -
and most necessary that of Mr. Catkins when a couple of these minor laws. Cer- ANNOUNCING TUB OFFICIAL OPENING OF OUU OFFICE
tainly very few of these folks will
I wish to buy a license simply to

-A- dangle a worm in the water for a W1IEX IN NEED OF ANY KIND OF W1UIXG. CALL OX US
few minutes.A .
1 I
it AWT few years back a group of

M K S" I colored(Continued folks here on were Page bream 10) fish-I I K & K ELECTRIC

We Will Appreciate Your BusinessANNOUNCEMENT I II

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:Moore Haven Florida
May 19. 1947 1

Glades Moore County Haven Democrat.Florida. We have been asked by several resi-

AI .n I Gentlemen: dents of Moore Haven to start a Dry Clean-
SHA I' Would it be possible for you to
I get your meanderer Carr Settle ing pick-up and delivery service in your
to put his shirt back on while the city. We will begin this service on Mon
Glades County School Board maneuvers -
r for position a while longer. day, May 26, 1947.
The site for our new school building -
f has not been definitely selected We will appreciate any business that is

1trl Superintendent. The motion to for check the the County possibility given us and in return promise courteous

feasibility and probabilityof and efficient service at the same prices we
locating a school site on the east '
side of the canal made no referenceto are charging in Clewiston.Our .

or mention of. the Moore Haven
r city commission nor their action In driver isn't well acquainted with
t regards to past present, or future
1 your city so it will probably take two or
negotiations with the School Board
in selling land for said school three weeks for him to learn the city well

building The City. Commission may yet be enough to cover it in the time allotted, but

able to see the site tentatively selected all clothing will be delivered back the same
by the School Board adjoining
week it is picked
the present school grounds up.
The School Board has neither
"bone to gnaw," "ax to grind," nor
l z "crow to pick" with the Moore Haven -I The Glades Cleaners
1 City Commission. You must
5rrg realize that to spend $450.000 of
public money Including that of Individual Clewiston, Florida
t A Aa members of the Moore Haven -
City Commission, requires Phone No. 175 (Clewiston) j
much deliberating and maneuvering.It !'- '

was especially requested of the Driver's Name: Glen Finuff .
County Superintendent by the membership -
of the School Board that Owned and Operated by: :;

At Information concerning light!, water i Coburn Moore and Ed Ward
1 supply, roads or streets desirability -I
of soil water control anticipated .
x. I I.t surroundings caused by the II I : .- .: '- -' -. '. )

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X.O: : Old Overholt . $5.95

I:5: Scotch .

JANE EVANS designs this fly-front sportster -: Hill & Hill . . $3.95 Teachers Dewars -
lei all kinds of summer fun adds such extra tewlns Ixt: -, -

as an action-back and action-sleet that unbutten ?s Fifth Reg. H.55-Now White Label Vat 69

for freedom. Ice-cube cool in SANFORIZED :'Mt.:. Vernon . $3.95
chambray of combed yarn. Aqua, blue, rose, +:

luggage, or grey. Sizes 1220. ;w Bas Pints Reg 93.66-Now $ 6.S0
Bourbon : $3.00
D Brookhill .

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1 Republic oto a T' : May 1,47. at hu chamaer IB: Moore 14e.eriysi.s sit Lad S T a y T. 141.. Aseeod r
d ssolt'ed Havec Florida, for letters in-
M.aaoun W
Mark R. Tennant d'rectC Coraoratton; T PrH-It. I. eorporatiug the Church of Christ of Sat li Ac of W% of Tract
diaau'Ted of Ilephc V :'ona.; Bark Laleptt. F.orjd a '"-1'p(,:-atol: not 1 leas P.TUd 2114 42 U 192 a E. Emu A.a'
Leea.edReal I onZlkII.. IIIurlc.T'J>u1'-: M- 'f"T. p'f : Tf a.id tn-ft shi'Jt Tract t. 7. g ij A 2i _14 42 33 S4.M R. E. Kurt __ ... t
: Eu ch Jac t t. T' late. t"ci!ed .r. Tract
w H 1.akepoicommunal .1; sees L..ts 12. 3 _22 43 33.4 X. Meyer _
Ptauiu IC.R
Estate Broker P and Mrs' M .*. \ %, ,;.a-'> ( 'J"t ri, rsda. ..n2 s-hn; tt aE 3-4 of KB* of -
rt>u* ICU wife. Irs :. \\4. .S
Er..1 .
i } tnuK! for tide pi. p f of SB
,i w m..na.ntng (>c Na of
1 r.tW. W Fungus and J,, s W W rt ar.zat. >r far the 'I
GLIDE cOtMT LAM F ,'ntiua. his wlf !|, prartKf and f'"- Si, A S>t of SEt of
.f sIvr. .
b. dead "nd :f :ear e' jv\nvr f 'r-i.fcuuic"-a and XE Afe of SW% of I
to Uw-ir r- pect : "h..n""f. duties Tf;* yu, 1,DcniioK" for nvm ?'Eb __ 24 42 82VEV S37 2* R. E .Kurtxu
M' ('OIIC'"MIIi t-eirs. 4f' I I ------ Odd14 .
Bidg Miami -
Fto. ".raitefrditor S b-retiip sl.itli be an acceptance or be- .of lose (.44 Ac
rr- 'I
[ tad a" .t l rp an.?,. i urm hef ii: U uD t phof said church R.1'1 a j2 14M ft. E. K.UTIZ _
j mr fcy r". .
I said .:.. '.i i. lnd-r.r ..':atria. : wt..l.t .a.hLci.h.nl ..r. fully eat! An! __ __ 1 38 88 447 Wilaon TranuaeU AtU'AiJ irf
pal spt v. )\ and i !...7t. ,i jOI.. 'd .hartrr. The __
T>t1'1l.. .c. : 'I t"TB forwbth __ 2 88 SSS AI Wtiau Trajan Attr. .
eiam.nr .r :c- the "'ort-rratu.n hail exist ;< Ail ._ __ 88 88 4i4 Witooa Xraaaaall
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: :. -.1 : s att t this f.-.h.. .nd tb affa;-" of the Ail I _______ 4 21 II at Wham Triamtll Attr-
ti.t _b): ; : ndr r tatnrtT I .'>>orAt"..> shall b* maraud: by offrere \ ___ 5 II II MT WiJMa 11.uti fel
Irefendart. here who !bal! NeHot't.od : .Ut __
annual ? s 21 23 Itf W'. 'rr--u AU, :
r "me- :: prrttunf" ri.Mng Said "If i -'n 'sha l be xw .
j known a* Wax H Jackass
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4yruu 12.1. 't.rwi' whs:stK-T".r' I elder d*.icons and trustees the x- =- -==11 : ft = Wax B. Jackraa-== 2954
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( <. ': i. :xd* "-'''' 5a !I". .airs "I'd di*-'' if which ar fi.llv Tract 1Tract ij' off Ii: side of
:, : f you H bath .c the "Va,T.r. The t,gr-fv 3 .-- t U II UI IL E. Kuru y :
i M< > .m. u-t .' iiid- : -
f c >fittfSf to which the Tracts I ti fic< that part
.to : .mp&n, dst 1 c Cto.ratrorr may at JUly time rubn-ct of tracts U 13 toe A
j : rtiK.: t t-..:* she:: a.- $:SS.! II.6 and thtATO That Part <.f Tract M to
",' "y l h.ll41.. tt. i ....rt in -" al estate which it mm 31 me S E of RR _..142 83 1&11&. L Kcu niSI
.':3 t .k f. : .cla ':' t hoid pt-bj"s.t to the approval! of tin Tract 29 S W ->f RR 18 42 88 I C. Mlase l'U j I'

= ta min 'r 1t. 1udg. a S Io' 8d e8" Said C'or AI Frac ir Lot 1 2 ___ S 8* S* 11.11 Wu.. Traareu AIQ' 321 ,
u? DOME : .b .\F -nt fwrwel a i"yot !:''h'<. r "li-"f! w pure* endrrWre ]-' i All Frac -- ____ S M 84 BM Wtlt.. Tts4n.ep AUr..11 i
: I *a H, set forth 16 Phis SMlset W 3- .
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.- ?mplaiii- k- d4t-i,: ir. tt>t pn'p<.ised charter. and Lot 1. 4 Block 2 ___ Dale C. Boatsa _
e "! IU .k:.net Mini .rd a v .' r'. '* rn K en f:j.. m the office of I' Lot 7. Block 4 _. Dale C. Btlalsa = ::111 Pi
lands ,
folloa '>-.
n. M-rbed w' :-.k the
CjrcwK .
Court in and 9. ea 1Mlma = : /t It .
,. J IB Glfc ''j-ty. Florida b.- .td-i> County Florida specific Lot 17.. It. 19. 24 Btoek 9.j Joke 3t 8IIIIIIIa t.
HOME "' T. .rsee t,, which n kerek made 1 ...-.- _. .. a9 ....i
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CANNING'S : Utbf'.tll warier I 511,7 W itoesc c uf hand and !'....K Lot 23 24 24. 2* Black _.S
Section T'tr.ISty-f.vi 1257. SIGNED IN THE PRESENCE UF ir
G.srgs Gass
REST 2-p ei. _tot lid ,: "i! hip Forty-two goutf raer ::$>. M' Feed H&OMKmd I .. .,;..--...;Th 1a 2 I 44 3i .. 1..1
Tkirty-tw Mast u.. ..... .......,.... 2. .'- South Half
r- awl Urf n-.-, .. deeM .f 'fa'-,:rtr Quarter.five tS SB. Township>,) of SrcUOa Forty-I David H. Click O. Click (SEAL SEAL) Lot 1. 2. 3. 4. Block 51 Me. Margaret .. 31r.

JUST o rib *.*( fee 7wr 'wo Saiitk (US), Range ThirtvI D. & lick SEAL .... --- 1.:1
( Psbsd.ie _
1 941_ Plat \. C 1 1 W
rm **.*....>. 9... i I to Bat J.a pas k .. Hlllf to DOMl. < Tiwnahip\ Forty-tw Soatb <428>, Jaiaec a Click SEAL) Lot 1. 2. Block IM L. A.. .m. ______ II
nm d..e ..it !i Range Tbirty-thre East (33B). ; May 2, 9. It 23 Lot IS 14 Block alJ .. M4ria gNdsa4h :N
-'R- ....! ,...., __ J N,.w. therefore, y(>u. and sack of; PahBdate Hi*. S 41 -=-
;r Eq to w k. I .,u are k're 9 raaaiiai! tt fife an Iota 11 to 29 inc.. Stock IS L s. .u.e ..N
.1 \pp8 ranee In such aroceedtag on or 'euc::t .. Tat: sliF 41B Lot* '5 ton 2t inc. Btovk St Ii BSbs5btetd4tat t
I'c.. .. I l l. fore Mmtday. the Ilk day of J1dte. Da.I'\QI'E.'T DM 8' HR..... Lob 81. Btoak 34 ._.. :Ii
-, ..,_ a D 1947 at Glades CooaXJ IVKAI>A iE: -TRICT T-"F.O Feedst.a at LaBeaV ___JB 42 H.
I -tk L\U. j.as ANO j i .-.urt BOOM IB More ........ FtorI I Lot T. Block "ITPaaadtaa ____ G.. A.. 8wie JI
r ; DOatE UD5I I ... and upon )OUT failure *o to do Cty _- S 42 "::IJ
4 I the BUI will be tats aa oaafeaatdl NOTICE 1$ BEBJBBT: Gn'EX U, tall Lot I& Block VCWy __ __ .... IL 0. ....... .Ia
l i MI sad dof aalt will be takm land delinquent on April 1. I'.'.! Pa,. ___ __- t 4: 211
Ai TOU1 1 for Don-aarBMBt of Ererflkdet Drain- Lot 32 Block Mrs 55.
HSK nst yea tad aid can** WtH prod II
G.OCElYSr 1f[ .-. fit aartc ace Dwtriet>> taa**. for the year 194{. Lot lr'i a -' P. .a. .o.tI-; .53
f IT IS OKPBBEn that tU Order or 80 muck thereof a* a>ar be aecea- I Lot flock kwe\ Lot 4tBtoek -
: 1'bbcaUoa be auMiancd in Oiade wry to pay the amount of taxes oaaat Mho t 0. JOBdsa 1..11
I 1 t'outtty TVnmerat. a _ipaar of land far aid rear, totratkar -'L.r fly P.rb ,4 A tf 43 a:
e. nera: drealattMi n bliaed in Olifc* with the cot of sale aae tf utd IB the 1 1II Lot is. it i?. :Stock sa -. Ms! .. Shades .N
r I 'ouatr. rtortda, ayes Mck wek f4>rti tow xovernlcg ald Dwrrict, will heoM Lot t. Btaek 48 __ 1isM 1..A .Ia
i I y i coaaaanuve weeks. at public .urtisa. k4> DQmf attwelve ,, -.4..... Far -- _St u 9
e4rrtf5 1 uNE AND ORDBBSD in Moore o'clock noon en the .-cOMet Lot sd IDeea "\.- JIn. A. ........ .N
.I B, von. qiadai Countjr. Florida, aa dar June 1.... at the front door Hit Terrace _2> tt 9
t"IM1 day of May a D. 1MT of the Court Mouse, to the City of' Lot 14. Block 12. W. a. La...... .tI
RK ) Moore HATCH. Florida, sad cuctmuinS Kea..re -__ _____.8* 42 25
SEAL5/ D. S WEEKS. until amid ale a eaaaaleted.A Lot ... 42.44.47 -_- __ 'W. ...... ...
A* Clerk Circuit Court in iinaiiltte taat of uck deilnau.ct l.ataaMR: 1Z
and for Glade Coawtr land t* avajlahie f11. lic maaectK Pal. ,_ow. Pant ]w I -._._ b W 31
Florida >B daring the ku hours at the Lot It it. ic U Mock 41A C. L Jarvis 13 bIota )
N.: 9. 1C 23 n. office of Tax Collector for the Co Bty -, Pal. Pt.. *. = 8 :a _
of Glade In the Court House ai 1> to S4 OMc.. 31s. ,

Moore aa_ Florida and taartrfe 67Lot __ wIl6aa P. Cedy 1.:2
NOTICE TO APPLY J-e-R LETTMR'PATHYT aa ta toad lochalad am aid djaba- 22. S3, 34 II. 5i.. 1

mow'I Bet list by teal or by talephoaaw lisU _.-_- --_ Y. w' lest IBd. 122
SB Pubs. tartar ke kuatoaa* 44 15
: 'koura, will he fully .... aid aIoe.l'a
ky Lot 1. = Y P. DklYrw .,.
I Ii Notice w hereby ghee that the unmigned Tax Collector Lot 3 A Si, Lot .. Block
will apply to one of the R. D. YODEL Tax Collector 21 .. :
= I Circuit. Judge to sad for Glade Glades County FtorMaMJ Lot ':- Btork- 4(-. -_=.'::= ....- 1 ;

: the :', and 1 ;:'t /< ..:::i 'oullt,. Florida oa tie 34U day cf ) >. 1C %3. W 1947 ...... ibrMt 1.21 '

.hr.d I ratr.aE. ; --- -- Lot 1. BIO<'Ii; 14 __ WaYa .n
toe! t.t-. prepsrrd h budrr: .'f the ....nllr: !O... .. MaY
Debt .t rice r! east maintaining and NOTICENotice Lot 2. Block 3S 19.a.4'ksa' 41.Brr __ .N
aU ..f"J. ., work aa4Dmrtet lgTwveawt.opera of rfSI Let %. Block 37C -. '_ ..as ......... ..... .n
a. for the rcr slew Add .. HA "
N0.labrr period tasist U hereby gases that the foltovtac described !..*. will bcold (t/ly "'2 .1 35lsa .
1. 1HT, !
and that aaIMS. Mid wdtst tatgn Oetobst Len it iMklkc aatxiaa OB the M o&d day of .Moore D 1S47' U 12 clock n.roa. n. ", Block =:::,; Dte'ah.q Wd .; .n
rile ia the office of tile U tbs Court Notre door. in the City Raves. County of Glades, C..cA Tn. ,... T.
SecrrUT of lIMe of nort the mooot due for rasa trarete set cplKwttr to the ate 4
the District aad the .. Hdi .Sty __ 41 38 :.
ea beesepla.d with .
of Mtck ills sad adroruaiae.
at th..Aee 'CIf tee Ikcs.e .. suati t.gatkv oasis Lot 11. Beck If 31e. La Bit! Isar.. ...
& D. TOOBK. Tax Collector ofOl -.Ie. **. T. H.. caT _:r. U 35
> Board of 8uperTtsorii of Bowler <. Count>. Fe ode Lots U. IS. Stock DantMa 3131s t .113
Draiaace Dutrtct will men to :t .1 34 IlL
the office of the District on Jane 4IMt. tt"lholUock i5-----:: ::=:: Gee T. Traspr .11

at 5" o'clock in the after- I Lot IT Block 4S ____ 8. iayo/ok .n
aaa*. ES T, far *ha pure of L.ot -- Co C. .v.II 1.55
sb obiea torqosiMiniTla Lot BBlocku71 __'_ _". ..... J'" -.... .tI
mint* t to isIS JgaBfet. a r-- Lot 13 Btoek n __ 4 : Mss. I. S. >iM9iaet .n .
BOARD OFoa..I..wn D4scM9171BLL' D : TO "Me. AI!'H'ltil lx>t Stock Bless. .
'L"f JLJ
I) ::TF. 1 s Lot ii. Block Muisisd=_ ::1 1

Teeae! Daft I I ts : twos 1. S. Black IM __ .,'. Mason n
Ma* li-f!. 1947 a sr Lot L. Btoek 127 __ __ t QrIe .
: < Lot Mack IW 91
Lot 24. Stock 142 : :-= :: Frasklla PDdr-=== .::

Ncfk'B ---- mss 4>..*. __ 4d M ::t

.waa 2$. a. Stock 58 ._. __ T J HcwIte __ If
SW,... ___ I 42 n UP E W Buffing-ton and Lot 17. Stock Willis. HLWOltaat Aesat 51 !

at IU regular lasting M.e- Eli SEt t 8W Ia: of Lot L It.t" :i ilK' .. ;
.*,. JuntlU:. will rceatvekWta E-zt _. Iv': %8Bt I2t E W Buff tor and klit.1. __ Brady Padgotl __ 1':
for for repair of. rottlag; sad R A. Gordon C.14 Lots t I*, Block IS* Brady P.stt .9.
flashing of the C \ont> O* rt IIat -. S. of LoU 14. IS. Stork 13* : _: Bead) Pal ett == :4t

Moor Haven. F1esIda 41641 _---- __ u .. 35'eta 4W June. S. _._.1. 18.77 AU Stock 122. 123 124 __ Awry A.. Sckieet4f U
n to -..*td dIM tae lowest seb- __ -It 4 Sat Immt 8. Samara 14:; All
*t.artal offer ana k* aetnattd kat U. IS. ':4 .! 29 3* Maatn Hamilton .n Lot 3. U1iIB -.---- Me E' ==: .:Pi:

the Board rcaerve tke rlcfct to rrJcct 'I'ne1 14 41 31 It Ckarto V Aurtia Ex .n Lot 1.1. Btoek 13 Bead' .n
my and aH bids 4LMotkk34 314131 It Ckarie L More .N
THM Lot 14. Stock 131 Brady Psip9t 93Loa
J E FRICR9ON. OtainaanGbidct Tract 1. Block 4 li U 2 1. X.... Myrtle G. WalkerS ,51 1. 2, Block 131Lota ___ lrady P.yi31 === :!3
Count Board of 8\k of Tract 1. BK>ck 4 254129 Mr* France A Good S. C. 7. B. Block 133Ovt Tktff ....... 53.d
Co_ .
; rtanrre l.2S
Attest Tract 2, Block 1 H 41 *t It George D Read __ ..11 .. Vat- alas Des ie Seem W WT .

D > W.; ...kn. i'J'f" Tract 4. Btoekot L Tract 11.BJod -...,. Block "Fat J.e B. : 45
May 14 :3 3*. 19<7 [ % ______ .-a t1 It Godfrey A. Und 1.21 KB ('orI Oat tot !
fI1Ir of ... ---1t S S It Mr*. Elisabeth Xnlph .93It BnS1.0P5. W to
SW f OZ S. 011 ..% t$ utt R. E.. Jukainn -_._ -93SB K atoa* BX Bfwto ':"
1!' 141E flkcLU. COIRT *F THEY et li : trWy, .- Ma q 31 Or .'....* L. Mae _. .u We of Oat La* .W1. S .
%. Q.PYW n..UL CHCHT IAB >> dWtotw .= .t ... J. Vela T Taaw IMSS The E to POR. SM ft. __ D. W. IrgaN __ :.72

9..R GL41K.. (>>Cn.: iIRIMe. 0101-\ Lots f(. 17. 7* $L 18C 18V Jot B. 1.24T4..e
Clll\4SRi A. P04 W t oISWd'oa LoM M 81 -- -- .-- ... .. u.
Wl5 st E45 of dWi5id He s : : __ U A PS .1 119
-- Ji.i: qirk :: Wax F MadlU 1.7. Lot 1 Stock 5 _____ 3. Y. TaT_ J154
110. YO ML/al. T T.B of Nsit of :: I"'G.c. :loo :: Lot 12 Meet 7 _-- Isar a. Mesas 4.11
.t SW45 _....If siW 1: Let 11. Black 189 __ W. C. 3htabae __ It
)MOBE R."EXCO D mUafT 11..f .... JOB. T Water 7.St4t
wW .*t* 8. 4. Meek 1S'l Jee Tan De Tells 3137
IP.&J Y. a ride tbtyaraM 14 : .. ri1iI 41WI A. F Itajkerackeia Et STt & T. Tartor Lakeside *.a. X 44 sat.ot.

'inea: ---- : s : It.: B. Wrkjfct ,WIt .. ... e. K. !II"" "'"
vaKkfTIRE =: -=-= Fra Streak .93II Lot H. .. _. ___ a. ......
: SECIRTTIE CORPOIUTJOS ,.. tt ._- I J! Jafcj W FYxii __ M J.ktaesa ___ 1111hrp
a diaaatred Ftortda Cared .... --- 2 .. U I. 1 I.ueeck ..pr1 ere. 5s.. -- -- 2 K R
r ni>oc, &, Ttart tRMt -- "JI 11 MIs. J. tfpaTlak 1." Lat n. ..... 1 .. -_ .tnysr Sat 3wy:
Dcfeaaanta ., IS ''''' N .. A Mrs MSl Parker 1.atIF. L4I SI Btoek I __ __ W'. J.l t .9
t TNE 1t ..PI"E'ReMHiK Tract 47 .. E. GrtmtJI EK. 98 i.ba 1 4. Stock f ---- .UIIUiIIL" ..MJiL
W' Ptt4dCtf1: .ttrATM _._ .. Garlead LUiIII 124 -.
?ruts 14 16Tract. u 2 Sg 31 Il ,..,." 'T .MIMt M
Or FLORIDA TO: 7 922 u. .
STmrt ::
-.n"P aaearitie* CorBorattonduatlrrd a, 4 -- : 31.=11 .tI Wee... Cssa4,. Pl5rida.

Florida Corporation. !IlL Tract tfimet __.J 282 .. Paaawa 1."
Laarfi Cnion Trost Co.nya MMaaarl Si --- ..- --- .- :: H Mary Alice Gihboa .93
Ftor- Trert 14 It Mr* Jabs Moreland ..93l
Ccrp *atton
Mara Ccrnvratlon a di* otv 4 ......- Tract -- 'I 41 31W : Bay at or Warrtn .....8 I NOTICE
Ma Corporation ulad. Loan sad taInc. Tract 41 t* Lrkm BTM. Inc i
v.aaet! C ISp..y. .. a '. ..Ld .f tIF.4 of Swltc ft. Sal W Backv-nHer L
ftorMki CorraratMW Republic 10atiu.al .- iof4MS K "CI. le Bey Hnrv .91I i notice r booby. shale that, the-u"q described lade. ., toO t1ob

Rank a dlaaotved Mioun Cur NEt' of BE, of R, 17.. H Larry E. Taylor J3 thereof aa will be are nary to pay tka Mwaat dae far Dims blsadag. Drakk*
orattoa. tkaia e- nown aa* ae a, aac W\It .r 2itA OIl Jea'1' 41 St Jacob Harm E.t Paul Taxea, herein vet opposite to tile ana, tafetker wnfc tka tern of laMm
c.-on IaIaawI trv-.. Tad say Groaxkmirer Adm 1.54 1 sate and adTertifriac will be "id at yohtte aactt iL on .....,. the 2at tWaf
saber party dahl bt. tttroucli ga-I W5o JrW' of SEt. 21141 15 St Ktaa Henderson lrrson 1.24 : June A. T> lflne:*.c Hundred F.rt7-. at eleven clock A. Stat
... or' agalM 8M aforesaId .ef..-f JJ 4115 39 Dorothea ""aiker 1.24S the Court Hone door. ,n the ('it>- of Moore Haven County of Gladea. ffltaftTC
deal.. Tit A.Ipai V ee Pimdiart 1\ PofP \ %,. ., :if P9ords
sad a Tra te ir > ecnr itiq, xw, of '4 -II 41 t1 Mrs Amanda 1_ ;;OCUBO: 112
Cs.rpersttoa. a dtoolvj Florida <'or.J '" of SE'a of SWia 2 d 11W It A. H H..b....r. 1J4 I R P r ER. Tax Collector of
Jaa F C..ok Secretary; : : ". 01Mlaof SWM 4 4215W 34 Mr* Frank; Curr',* 1.24 : Otodc Covaty Florida
Mute l' Ma Tru" .-f K"P2? t b o SMk of 1. 44)31B 3* H P. tMcklnacn __ 1.21
Samrttir Co'porntion a d> > 1iI [*t- I

Ceeltor.troe. I4.. A- Aaaieiastecretsrs ;,." of Nleit ofn4
sad Ty.s srer. and a Tlsr-t of R'oa 11 U 14k It I>.rothe* Wilier i S3 "

tee .r* 8eurittu Csrp.rstr a. cif i. of JI I :: 3* J**. B Bnaler. V24MG. I
a dissolved Florida Corporation toaac 1.41114.----. M. Bakar .11
T Cook Karl B. Watkins E s 2' f Tract5 !4113t 31 adr &. lI'rMman I N '
T Cook: Estate u C. '*. o-.. S7/1 I -
Tract ) :: J
.1: I "BeW \9D "BD
tftr3skia a TO
Ban T MUex and Mrs pail T Mild.bte CL C. Hnckcork 14St ..
w,f,. Mr,. Goidk M1.T BidderMrs Trrt22g1 Franklin Flick 194 I a '
Ada JIIDeY Meraard: JilTs.ofih'I' Mary 5 11 = -111 31 Blest Psisrgapttta 98 5. .! t s s
) Ptbrubw. In. Waaetta Mt1eyi 1 W *r. B. G. Anthony Lit I :: __ r. I Bl m C. I, Btoekkvrn 13 54
..n_ w yaad ..... Bip9e 54 ocit "i !lWi

.. .,f. In.. Madied 1ItiJu ",. fl15'i. _-- __.----It M 31 M l-.aan. M. Iterate
Sir. Curs ; 1 isJM TrssS 54 _.___ -18 48 88 It R. K2t litviatky3
sad Mrs. ,:::X..,. 110 a W.. \w'i, of NWt of fe M 4dM'1 Steak MaTUa : :.f1 Tract i! C2 .-. 43 42 32 K. K. Pats .= :: : I
t Eirehboff sad CYarlotte Cboi. E.- of !"W\'. of NW1a .11 i Ii U Qar$. VoUaaky .__ Eli of Tract 1 __ H 4t 33 S Kdtth & J & Air ---
1\'e site. W/Mhse R. Rebrtl5 t TrM34a __ r .11S'JEt M Bn k X Braakatcae 93 Tract 14. li 2* 14 4: a: II." ThamM W Kartt -
trill }Ira !II E. 4 his was: its .f W( dli E Ly Ac of W4 ex tract
l C' stet a 31 It Meary A. aVatoiter 1.23Mancaret
Tikedotr 1Ot'ft: 1 to** Ray llL9A 4 and
ad Mrs 1s.d..se C. S1e5L bla wife; !ntf 8t4f! lilt .l$ WI tt Jt. Lrona Eat II Tract 27 ((16.1 Ac -J4 42 82 1IS2 R K. tutU --- -- II.H
(Sartre EJf.tt and ill'S. Cbarlel 1:1ett NY" KE1.. I II .t..esdt Pratt.s W Tract* S 1. Tract I (t...
le4t KISSt1i5r ..It 11 LIIIIII! 6. .4311 184LM
btu wtfr lira Rinds 1Io Act Tract It m.44. Jib A
Nt.ra KICtt Wb'A. Feppef |X 1.&>\, __- at 11 Dew: A. I Tract 23 )bra U i reaper w f* W BE I ,.-,. III $ N at *Bat
Raalpt. n and M"kt 4 Raalt4 -- It Weary A trkliMir 123 lit .tf of 24Ls(
wife 14 tr'. "'-.t'' ->1" srictU I rrac B rr,'mae .Beary. A. nxfcli ite- 93
Rn w Sick eo' +IPt 01 '1X% ft ; *% of SW** *
a- "' raraanwt1r.s 11 aa. =: Ey < Tract I. -254311 I Georyp f Vleth 9.. :Rye: : -* tJ 12 UTS R Y Soli __ RIiC1
= i : '; ?: ale. llariarr: F 54,. ,-f SW5 ( !IF" :Q.' >: 24111 T' E Rcn., : ,! X of NFL.e' : S 44 Ac
lichardds'1 a 4! 3! ;e J A' co SINAT.
one ': "si..n II"A Mattha --s. 1E"s' Rw : $32: 74 H R E !:arts '
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PRIDtT. MAY 2S. 194T
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_.................._...u".7."':"':'. State it will pay handsome dividends any expansion reflects itself in enlargement -- ;
of their business. Thus I(
Unfortunately, Floridians themselves the power company is a principal; n-
Too Late To I are not fully aware of what sponsor of the State Chamber of I lCommerce'
ClassifyBy : this state possesses in the way of industrial research pro-t

11 :urces and opportunities. The gram. It uses the materials developed -
RUSSELL KAY Commission is specifically instructed by the Chamber to prepare I

... I to 'create and build Florida industries attractive folders and other easily
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to promote commerce and read matter for distribution whereit
t the sale of Florida products and encourage will attract attention and do
IB his excellent column "Behind' I "
the employment of Florida good.
U4I Front Page" the Miami Hersh. -
citizens and raise the earning The intelligent use of a portion
John to a
level of Florida residents' of the State advertising fund with-
$rious defect the law undermiich
: Millions of dollars are lying idle in the State V Florida would do
the State Advertising Comatfeaton within the State that could be i much to sell the program to Flor- ,
in that it
operates rected into sound Florida idians and at the same time would
-spend no part of the $500,000 aaaial ments if an effort were made cU-1 help to cash in OB the prospects who

appreciation within the State. fully acquaint our own people are already la the State. We are
he states, "the
As result .
a opportunities that exist. now in the position of the merchant r
Commission has difficulty in selling
As the Commission is now fencedin who spends money to get customers .
Itself back the of Florida.
to people
it must buy all of its newspaper into his store and then makesno
Thus, while it may be doing an advertising outside the State. It effort to sell them after they .
outstanding Job the Florida folks enter his door.
may buy advertising only in magazines -

wfco what pat the up Commission the money is see little accomplishing of of national circulation. It 'j I! It's Getting Too Hot atJ
may buy no outdoor advertising Oldest Truck Is
except in more or less accidental
within the State. Its radio advertising -
fashion." must be on out-of-state networks Sought By ChevroletOwners
The legislature In setting up the It is limited in the Home. Come to i;

oamlaaioa restricted its activity ing and circulation of motion mak-I of early-model Chevrolet
""fftt the Idea of preventing abuses tures and in preparing
Tfc4T reasoned that if all funds and distributing by mall of advertising -II have trucks been in this invited section of the Christian'Glades Lee County!
"* r* pent ont of state, Florida literature and other material.The .
would te better served Mace it was principal defect of these restrictions Chevrolet to participate in a na-
tionwide search by the Chevrolet
unnecessary to spend state moneyto Pennekaap pouts oat,'
tell Floridians about Florida. "is that they make difficult the ty- Motor Division to locate the oldest ,I If it is getting too Hot at home come to

'the argument sounds logical if ing-in of the State's advertisingwith Chevrolet truck still in active service Lee County and enjoy the cool breezes on the
in the United States. !
jwar' thinking stops there. but any the expenditures that are made "The owner of the oldest truck Tropical Islands and Beaches. Everything to .
zperieBce you that "point of sate" advertisingIs railroads, hotels and individual your
the most effective and profitable II communities Advance-Design Chevrolet truck and I had. Visit SanibeL Captive Boca Grande ,

that money can bay. "Expenditures through these! may choose any standard model in |I and Pine Islands. Bonita Springs and Fort Myers j
the current line of Chevrolet commercial I
There are two very good reason! private and public agencies are considerably cars and trucks.. Hub j Beach-all within a few minutes from down- 1
of our State advertise heavier than the State
way portion
Spooner. local manager, said. | boat plan Writeor
Fort or
i town Myers by car.
investment should be spent appropriation but the State setup )
within the State. First if theprogram is so designed that it well could 1 Trucks entered in the search I I phone Tony Dwyer. Lee County Chamber of -

.foods appropriated is to be expanded in the' and years more to, be a program.clearing house for a coordinated must dealership be driven where to official a entry I! \ Commerce Fort Myers. Fkx- for full information. '

come It Is Imperative that we "sell"Floridians "While the State Commission Is blanks are av&HaM The search'ends
June 15, 1947, and the winner I
on the program and enlist hemmed in. other Florida agencies = =
Sec consideable value in will be notified on or before
their sympathetic support. have found a I
-..*, it is not enough to bring peovfe promotional programs within the June 20 1947. .
*. Florida; we have a selling State, among these the Florida Power "We have a large number of old
}eb to do after they get here and, & Light Company and the Florida Chevrolet trucks still in everyday I
if we use some of our advertising National Group of Banks. service in this area," Mr. Spooner HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
nay to acquaint them with opporta&hfex "These and similar agencies proceed said, "and the winning vehicle maybe I
and advantages that Florida on the theory that Florida on a farm or engaged in some
offers the homeeeeker and invtetor -"' expansion can be stimulated bye other battling work right in our *I)' MILKAnd
while they are within th Informed! Florida residents and that own community."

The winning track :Mr Spoonersaid

must carry 1947 license
:NOTICE OK : %(H K\T TX '%I.K plates The oldest Chevrolet truck Other AHa Products

Notice U here given that the following ........ Und will be sold at will be determined by the earliest
b hllc auction on tW lad day of June 1147, at the front door of the City serial numbers. In eases where AVAILABLE AT YOUR
Hall In Moore Have*. Cowity of Ol -. Mate of Florid, to pay the amount
due for taiea herein at opposite the semi, together with alt cat of each the serial number is lost or illegible,
ash and advertle
Deeetfpti..t Land Owner Amount .f T. f"a an original bill of sale or other
Block (, Lot 1 J. ylor $18.K8M
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taock (, Lot 1JCOock == ._ =_ - o.T BrownMary
7. Lot 12 Moore li.71 original serial number.
Wlock 24 Lot 8 E B Mathls
fNiBlock Entries must be filed with a
dock .
US. Lot 21 W C1 F rabeeGdKar
176 Lot 1 Ermin
hay 9. 16, 2}. Signed: t.(113s eHkandAroli.- 15, Mr. Spooner emphasized. Only' LFACO I
vehicles manufactured' as trucks by

...... .r..w.w...- Chevrolet are eligible, and the
search is open to all truck owners ,
with the exception of employees of

the Chevrolet Motor Division deal Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla. and
GENERAL ELECTRIC ers in cars and trucks and their t ,

employees. I West Palm Beach, Fla.

Oratorical Contest I tI .. .
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oratorical contest will take
place on Thursday night May 22, at
the Harlem Academy between Moore Get the Habit of Shopping at
General Electrical
Haven LaBelle and Clew is ton at S
p. m., it was announced this week
Complete Line Fluorescent Fixtures by Amos Thomas principal who incited -

the public to attend and ex- The IPFort
Moore Haven Appliance Co. pressed the hope that some of the
town residents would attend. Family ,
I About 11! students were expected
E. C.
to participate' LVpl.Store". Myen,

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.....-.". Fla.

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i WatchItopa.riiig Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More

BUY FROM Ofi C\TALO(".-Over 104MMM Itemsjfe



; \ From where I sit.&y Joe Marsh'

Our large repair department -
i i is now able to give 7

I day service on watch repair-

, V Only ELGIN watches I I ing. We have a staff of highly When Ed's Crops Failed

: have the amazing NEW competent and skilled
workmen who turn out guaranteed -

1 DuraPowerMainspring I work. We use nothing Three years ago Ed m1th.. lark Two hours later.Ed wu in possession

I but genuine parts and ma- went bad. His crops failed, aid it of his home and furniahwasn't *
long before Ed's horns sad fags; and the folks who'd paid for
I terials. Send watch.
us your fornishlngt were for them
i ap suction were sitting around Ed's Are

-a a : Special attention to mail or- Half the town turned out, and enjoying a neighborly glass of beer

1 F '.l t.dy Ebyi. ders. Registered and certi- Ed must hart thought his neighbors -to show their friendship and

.. 14 5 a.t mIf AND...AT NO EXTRA COJTItWTDBWT fied watchmaker in charge. were a bunch of hungry vultures their confidence in Ed.

t.M tined MMiL50 lit;./ /IIfioMrr e..elop 'u ibi -'...,,-8 that round rwi>or ever possessions for a song. coMtnctire Member of the
1 i-eI! t..4 d- .w sad stthrer Heady flew elor community. And from where I
: ,.. iii. H. Gluckman WBCB it was over and the aaeUoMcr sit
4ay by
day Ifcrevgli
e.iJl, nltda... 70 11ft year had left Sam were all been well repaid-a good
Pacts aiauta fATWT KNOINO Abernathy .....ta..t ia a good ..aa.I .
18pi.ss' 'f''''''''''''' W AL TAX JEWELER tans to the crowd and says: "All
'Wltil D.r.f.w.r M.i.- tight folks let's take time wit lora
:ea Loot 1.rkp THE SEMINOLE 1012 First Street I glass of beer and then pat this 11 ,.
staff back where it belongs!" (
TOIW IIIIKtl Cl.l-nMsTOV, KLOKIDl Fort Myers Florida I

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1 11 i i Miss Peeples Wed I FIRST METHODIST CHUKCH purpsie' k to create tie; condition"7

If [To H. L. Edwards W. S. Doss, MimiMer of worship whereby a.person zaliht
: ; corn into the presence of God and
!! Church Set ot. 1t;fr9 a. m. find inspiration and strength. 'We
SOCIETYT. 11 Fort Myers News-Press. Issue of Church WO -ship, llWl: a. to. are no more free to worship or not
You hare & cordial
invitation to
Sunday. May 18) I to worship! than we are to eat or-
worship each
iOo Aaaoaaeeetent was mach yesterday Sunday morning lathe not to eat In either case we grower "

+<"' a a B . . . _ I of the marriage of Mica, Dorothy Methodist Church. Its cole I' we curve according<<< to the foods
- - G C ceo a c U0 C C G leD 0 C D co. Peeple of Fort Myers and I we eat. Attend worship and test
F. Sheridan is I Herman Lockatey Edwards. PATRONIZE O:
spending aweek Mrs. L P. son the week by your own experience:
or two in Lakelaad. everaJ Turner is spending Mrs. L. B. Edwards sad the late .
day in Atlanta oa business
Edward of Daytona Beach .-- ,
caetd. -
F. D. Yaan was a baaiaeaa vit- .. with her departure next The ceremony took place u Taa; -
tor Wednesday u TTsaalmmtL. th to Join her buabs d, Capt ........ > U
Target ->
ia JMrs. ..... /
Mrs Edwards, daughter of ti.>. ; Last Times i JIt
Pail Saner of Pahokee was & late Joseph H. Peeple Sr ,,: Today
bailer. aUaate Cockraac sad Mr*.
tat acre Moaday.Paal Ooefl Moore Havoa. affectionately !known
Gerald Gray of JaekaoavUle aad Mra. tkroackott the state as "In..p t GALLANT BESS t "'
.ate. Jr., of Jockaoavflle. Mere of Pabokee visitod Joe:' i Is DO.iD the state legur. ,a-
vJattod Muse acre Taeada wrtPt-.arasa Friday aid attended tile taft with her brother J H I IPeeples. :: w In Color
Jr., p
rep., of Moore Haven !
Mr. aad Mrs. L. )(, Lilly wore b Mr. Before going to Tallall..... Mrs ;, +
Part ***** Taoaday.ad I aad Mr* H. C. LofUad re-, )Edward was with the Welcome: t
last Friday to their home '
Wcirtoa. W. ia Wagon service ia Fort Myers | i SATURDAY ONLY i
ad Jin. Mart VL. after several )lr. Ech& attended ,
: Greeae the t-ni-//
vtalba.a fta Fort Myers Suaday.were i.* *A.ka'Lee.visit bore with Mr. and Mrs. Lenity of Florida law school and ::: Matinee At 3:00 P.1\1. i

ia a member of Kappa &cma fratcrafty. -!
i Wild Bill Elliot As Red Ryder
Mr. aid Mrs. W. EL Caoatdy sad Mrs Margaret i He sewed overseas ia the t :
Mesa. J. H. coaaty European theatre I
People sprat several four years during
day teat week at Fort Myor Kteek..Ma. oaaeriatoadoat.for GalaoarfOe to loft. this saoratac the war. He has been reading i Sheriff of Redwood Valley !
a conapertstetdeaf's b clerk in the house of representatives .j

Daisy Yoder of Rest Pate aid teesu'raw. eoaforoaeo toai.kt for several ....ao.*. I i Chapter 13 "Hop Harrigan"and Cartoon t i ii }
..... f> vfsttiag relatives kere this For her wedding dress, Mra. -

week. Mrs. j. W.-Seztoa aid Bokoy black wards accessories wore aa tad aqua model Ed-I SATURDAY LATE SHOW 11:00 P. M. 3 j jf
a corsage of i
Mr. aid Mrs. L. D. Carr and Catttoraia are to toavlae Tiatt their toatcjat ass aadad for Tattamaa rose f John Loder and Nancy Kelley I

caHArt; \ wee visitors in Miami over *. Joka S.itoa, Mrs. Kent Williams wife of Rep. 3

tie wsehsad.Mrs. Fr&adeco. far dan matron WflUam of of hoaor.Heraaado Rep.cout Alex).Aker-was N; Woman Who Came Back I

ass Jr.' lose republican d
George Stargte represeatative. -
retaraed Mrs. F. E.MUlaau
.Pear. 3c from a visit of several weeks of Laiagtee. Ky., are sad riatttac daafkter of Orlando was beat maa. SUNDAY and MONDAY
Petersburg. "
wttk' her brother, Kay Yoder aad
tr ....... Mrs. CecIle Brooks as d FOR S1LFr1month old mare 3 i! II
Mr. aad Mrs. W. L. Bettsjay and Mr*. K. J. Ba.B*.ardaer.Her. colt $7S.9. Sherman CUct. SUSPENSE
Mrs H. EthertM Weft visitors to L eport. itc. {I

Mfcaal Monday. aid Mr WS. -.. a.-- Fox News
left Tummy moralac for Mostpatsy. ri\\O FiR !< \U -Matkaakek .pritjht. '
WB. MaLt and P. R. LsMywere ; Ala., wkere Mrs. BotoauawfU A-l condition $! kaistuMu TMton toMJ. 0rIuiI0 spend several weoks with her W. Sagamore Phone 7e-Y, Clew- '
'I'IMo64a y. aareats. It".u returned fates Fla. Itp. : TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Y f

aM Mrs Archie Wa.f rbyta FOR in RE-Mow P A H IJ2 yarddruabe Mickey Rooney'sLove
were visiieN F rt My ra Skitnr- Bobbie Jean Farnam with
operator. Call M. $
day. Weds William Jay Flips. 33144 )Miami or write .f Laughs at Andy Hardy
Smith Roy Dam P. O. Box 33. LaBelle, .
Mr. and Mrs. JokB R. Do.d of Here Friday Afternoon Fla. itc Rodeo Romeo-Color Cartoon
Naples were ttillMt Date for t
aeveral ------
days over the we.-.... : THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Miss'! Bobbie Jean Faraam and !i
Mr. a.4 Mra. J. L Moore of Lake William Henry VTrhrkt were waited t3s YOiR U>'..<.<_ f MAKE MINE MUSIC
His are vtastlo<< this week with te marriage last Friday afternoon q ;,.
ter sea Rev. John A. Moore sad at 2:3 at the Baptist Church Rev /
tamffy. Joka A. Moore. pastor roadiae the L _. 1:f In Color

vows ia the preeeece of a largeaaaaker "OW.ONLY.A. r a

Letter Matoy n4erwes aa ap- of friead aid reUttres.
prn4eretlny at tile Arcadia Hos- The church was feeanttfaHy decorated -
pkai.Tuesday ad la reported to be for the occasion with ho.sk.rts 4 I
reeecering satisfaetorfly. of amaryDis awl mixed garden

Mrs. R. C. Verbose.r.returned home The bride's aaat. Mrs. L. E.
.rase the b ) pttal in Arcadia Tues Farnam. played. the traditional :7t
"J'II..e she eaderwat as oper- wedding Bwrehes and flea Jessie .
Branaan sang ''l Lore Yes Traly" -
atlas taM week. "
You entitled
to enjoy
will Donald Faraaai: atayiar the sa

Mr. a.. Mrs. J. M. Covae aad pisses aceoaia.ain .At.
ckiMfM. Miss Bertha Grass nod Tie bride was attired ia aa qua .
C. V. Parthiso spent th 1Het..nd dress with waite aetusoHtg and BIG-CAR
at Fort flyers 8Hdl. her corsage. was of red spa wkttecaraatfcmc. QUAliTYOnly y

Chevrolet gives you the B -Car ;
Mra. P. E. L.a..,.. Mrs. Joe Vaa Miss Delia Mae c.... ......- beauty and luxury of Body by Fisher i
DCVeMe sad Mrs. Leonard StaHsatteadcd honor was dres ed to write with AT LOWEST COST it lowest prices f {

a RetlHali mocha< in white accessories aid bar corsage J
Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. was of red and white earaatatas.

-- 1mrmrw Cay aornyt u tH and only Chevrolet offers it
: I !
and Mrs pied lank iar spent .... atteadaat.
the w--.o>d ia Taas.a whore Mrs.rsaaatned Tae bride has bees a resMeat of -:
Je.as for a coapl of Moore Haven almost aB of her life
we.Ia tadioai treotsaect.Mra. aad bar a host of duals bore to
i wish her .......... The Krooai
R. If Jordaa and Jalla Mao .hose to ia Laa ford, ,S. Car., sad
wars hitches. fca Tao>a. Friday and be! to matey hue It present by I
Saturday. Mrs. Kato MIBa returned the AUntie Coast Ua raaHrac- .

with flees tor a Ttstt.at. I ties aw p worktac oa the raflroadFonovias I .- F Only Chevrolet gives you the B'O-Car
performance amt dependability of t
Wottarstsrta, laprsoontattv of ; the wed I fT
Sea Mud MID. ta*.. of Nw|ja I weddlac upper at tko Glades y together with such remarkably low cost:
York Catjr. Is a vtaetor her for a Cafe. Tables .war attractively of upkeep"" -
few day this weak. I j i deeerated such a wnHai cake ws
J. C. "oaly.. who i* apeadlac cat by the bride spa p... There
month or two with his mother. Mr*. I:\! were sixteen ia attoadaace at this .

Peter Chrioteaooa fotlowiag bin,:sapper.. a1 a 4
dMeharce from tk* Navy ia Hawaii : The ronple left oa the aicbt
recently after six years service train for Jacksonville for a few J.. _----_ '
spoof several days here this week days honeymoon aad lull be at base 1j J "".. lt!
vMtiB; hts brother. Herbert Lesley for the preeeat to the FanaspaHments !'\ d
and many old friends ,\ Of oH cars,on4y the new 1947 Chevrolet gives you


"-" .F....!"" '3 with aH that this means in
Only Chevrolet gives you the oornbined I
extra motoring satisfaction. Bip-Car comfort and sooty of the KtIee-

Adios R.de...rwtfcs-*ottB Hjdn

fe Brakes together wMi such
.trefroeIy low operating costs!

l\TE"\'V\ 1947
E See us today. Place and keep your order with us for a

DAIRY fEED new 1947 Chevrolet. Enjoy the lull motoring letitfac:

tion to whit" you are entitled...BIG-CAR QUALITY AT
i LOWEST COST found only in this one car! CHEVROLETChristian
Roughage and Concentrated Feeds ii i

:Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users ..J<(_I 'tf


1111 CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) : Chevrolet Company

1111 MOORE HA VEX n.o nJ .* :
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California Masterpieces Parks of Nature Embrace 6 R UND

oRZW PEARSIWV .-\ a little milk to the water in r Silver tableware tarnishes more

VTNL Feature which potatoes are cooked. Helpsto quickly if it is not thoroughly
keep them white and improves rinsed of soapsuds.A .
Nature created her greatest masterpieces in California and taste. I -e-

many of them are incorporated into the national park system. Bank on Depression -._ | good way to detect dry rot m

Unsurpassed mountain scenery, embracing rugged peaks, Im WASHINGTON.-One of the most' When cutting flowers, slant the wood is to insert a pocket kmf
posing waterfalls and untouched wilderness areas, and the famous significant things General Marshall : items This gives your posies i into the board. If it penetratesvery

"big trees" are among the major attractions in national parksof reported to President Truman following -, longer life. easily it is almost a certaintythe
the Sierras. his return from Moscow was -e- wood is infected.If .
In 1890. three national parks were formed, all in the Sierra .I his impression that the Russians '! In order to keep a flushing tank |I -e-
Nevadas of California. They were the first parks created '>! are stalling for time, banking on a ; in good condition it should be j I the shoulderline is the attar
depression in the United States. i cleaned out and every last scale on I tion-getter of your new sort, why
since establishment of the original I Stalin didn't tell this to Marshall II Mj i iI the inside surfaces scraped off at I not make it more attractive with

national park Yellowstone, in 1872. above the valley nearly a mile, and I I although he did emphasize that the Ii i least once every year. An overflow ; beaded embroidery'? This style i 19
The three additions were Yosemite El Capitan, nearly 4,000 feet of perpendicular i Russians were quite willing to have ;, pipe in the lavatory always I i especially bt>.erring to matronly
,already famous for a angle granite, are the waterfalls j I the peace talks continue for some should have a rapid fall. 1 I i' omen.
magnificentvalley of this magnificent park. Upper time. However, the secretary of'
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; General Yosemite fall has an unbroken drop: I, state is convinced that an Americaneconomic

NatiGDal Parks Grant, a of 1,430 feet; Ribbon fall is even : depression is the chief j You, Too, Can Do the t
little area of higher, with a 1,612-foot drop Nu the Russians
thing for.
are waiting
Third j jn Latest Dance Steps
only foursquare merous others range from 300 tc
In a Series miles more than 600 feet in height Unfortunately \ American depression '
cantaimng for the late summer visitor Weald mean three things: (1) ;: I
the General many of these waterfalls go dry Converts for the Communist gf1!

Grant grove of big trees, and Se- by mid-August when there has beer system in the U. S.; (2) weakening TO txa
quoia, dedicated chiefly to preserv- little rain or snow m the high country the United States in the eyes old SK
ing much more extensive stands of i I rf Europe, and (3) strengthening : \ 8 ,( S

these forest giai:' : -.: possessing According to geologists the deep; the Communist system- \.H\1X 1 DANCE
also mount.- Stlr.tY of superb |I'alleys of the west slopes of the | BOW MIte tee strong-in Russia j

gLeli;: ?:: I: :'4t. K.'b C. :'wr. a I Sierra were carved by the rushingvoters 1 All this is one reason whv Truman I bL

'. of the same streams which i has been getting many reports from i -
r.;,,\% fl pw down them. Originally V ; his council of economic advisers i
,1. ; l 1 and narrow, the Yosemite i and has made repeated appeals for TpHERE nothing mysterious or
a:. ; l t is were evaded by glaciers : price reduction. c : about the new dances.
They aH break down to few To Hold your loose uppers and low "
c.: .' L the ice age and these, mov- i Marshall has impressed listeners .I a en comfortably secure an day-and
basic patterns which anyone can I CTtrjr day. try dent'st's di*.
t' ; :\', ;ird with inexorable force with one important thing-his own called amazingaeeq ''
8TA2S. No: a 1nes!y
learn at home
a ?; uAer. ground away the sides increased assurance Before going by following simple powder' GTAZE U pleuant..to-uae _

'.: t-, '.-alleys to give the presentd to Moscow he seemed unsure of I I diagrams.Cack patte.*yl!Jet Accept SSc DO tube substiuteGVJI9B at drugfijttod li j.

!Ntit ; .'nons their U-shape. himself in his new role of diplomat. : dance bu one outstanding figure '
i bat is repeated over and over. Learr Yin: lei=::
} .,>mite valley is probably onec I I But those who listened to him at the laat step m all tt> variations and you'nfce Mean
White House and the radio felt confident and relaxed when you get on
a \ most heavily used areas mt I over I 1M CIaIIftI loor.You .
;:- t tire park system. On some I that the Moscow conference had i can learn to dance following the
given the military man turned ttrecdoM and footprint diagrams in our TO SOOTHE ITCH
c : s many as 30,000 persona ..
booklet 37 Send 25 cents com) for
1:-i'7;: ion in the valley at one tune; i peacemaker a new self-confidence "UDe the latest Dance step" to i RASH OR TITTER
as r _"? as 12,000 persons have occ i Marshall felt he bad been psychologically Reedyeesaaper S."*., M3 Welt tats I
| IL. New York II, A. >. print name Quickly apply soothing and comforting
'<:':ca its campgrounds in a single !; wise in waiting until address booklet title and No. 37 : GRAYS OINTMENT with
night Ti.fbe, of course, are week- I nearly the end of the conference be- its wholesome antiseptics and nature -
end and holiday crowds; consequent fore seeking an audience with Gen- i Secret CompartmentsBefore I like aiding it-nothing medication.so comforting Nothing else
;.y. the visitor who wants tc eralissimo Stalin. Other foreign pleasant for externally caused akin
aV.d them will plan his visit at ministers had asked for an interview I safes were introduced a troubles. 35c. Get a package todayBREAKDOWNS .

other Lnes. early in the conference. but century ago, valuable papers and
Marshall said deliberately held articles were usually kept in secret -
back. : compartments of a desk. says
I IN ALL THREE of) the High "It kept the Russians guessing," I i Collier's. Their lo, ati>n was e4savE I
Sierra parks there is good fishing ': he explained I known only to the cane: and t'le '
for which a state license is required. 1 cabinetmaker. .
Marshall said he himself had I I
.Each also contains a great varietyof
( i, done most of the talking during his :
wild animal and bird life As in a "
Stalin interview. He had outlined
number of the other parks, tool
I I' the American position not to aban-
great familiarity with the larger
don our interest in Europe and explained -
species particularly black bear and
1 that American objectiveswere
deer and the feeding of) these animals : :
; a matter'of determined principle" -
by visitors are discouraged by
upon which we are not prepared
National Park service. I
to yield. Russian disregard
The "gentle deer" is pos- ,, for earlier commitments, he said,
e sessed of razor-sharp hooves, was seriously straining relations between -
which can and do cause serious the two countries.

I injuries to incautious visitors. Stalin, Marshall reported listened
The bears also should be viewedat
quietly and gravely at no point resentful I REPAIRS
a distance, for their apparent of the American's blunt language -
tameness is deceptive. Feeding Stalin said little beyond
'BIG TREES' Man is dwarfed I these animals is no kindness to elaborating on the belief that "a TIME TROUBLE MONEY

under the forest giants of the Congress them; foods prepared for human possible area of agreement' can be
group of Sequoia giganteas consumption cause them reached after both sides had exhausted -
in Sequoia National park. i serious digestive troubles as I their arguments on Your Car Truck or Tractor

well as getting them out of the ,
great untouched llut'mess of deep habit of seeking their normal
!1 Rleman and 'Harrito'I
canyons, rushing streams and more and natural foods.

sequoias, directly adjoining Seouoia Both Sequoia and Yosemite havea I The exchange of visits between i i
National park, was established, and wide variety of public accommodations President Truman and Mexico'

bttte General Grant was absorbed ranging from simple housekeeping : Pres. Miguel Aleman is the greatestI
n it. cabins on up. Both offer I shot in the arm to theoeillhoor
The "bi( trees' ," found at their accommodations throughout the year policy since Sumner Welles left the

beat in all of these parks often are and are very popular in winter I state department.President .
called redwoods' Actually they are i since they offer excellent snow and i Aleman is convinced ,
closely related, yet distinct species I I ice sports. Accommodations for visi- : that Mexico must solve its economic
The Sequoia sempernrens usually tors to Kings Canyon are found only headaches or be swept up in the r
called' redwood, grows only near the 'in what was formerly General rising tide of extremism now : 1
coast of California. with a few in I Grant Nati,,nai park although sweeping much of the world. To r
southern Oregon. The Sequoia gi.gasdea many use fa< uities at Giant Forest keep Mexican employment high, the 1 gI

grows only in a narrow belt in Sequa, 33: miles farther away Mexicans want loans from the i '
train 4.6SO to 8,_ feet in altitude United States, but on a partnership I I
along the west slope of the Sierras. basis not with Wall Street motives

The sempervirens grows to greater behind them. These points were
height, although some of the gigan quietly discussed during closed-door
teas are more than 300 fett tall. talks between Truman and Aleman :

Many of the latter exceed ?o feet in in Mexico City. That's why Truman

e diameter. arranged for Aleman to talk to top i _
The General Sherman tree bankers and industrialists as well

probably at least 3,500 years as to key government economic experts y tl
old. in the Giant Forest in Sequoia while he was a guest of the
National park, is believedto United States. Truman wants to -

be the largest as well as' the : 4 : make sure the plan gets off to a find out"flow's -
oldest living; thing: Only a little solid startShrinking i
more than J72 feet high, it has aba ____ .

!e cirrcmferenre of over 101 Violets! "
Your Oil Filter?
feet: its greatest base diameteris rw '
:toft$ feet Sixty feet above the Freshman Sen. Herbert O Conorof .

ground its diameter is 17.5 fret Maryland is still hanging onto I

at twice that height it is still 17 his seat by an eyelash, pending his : If you hate to throw money away-here's a SURE way to save
feet through Its largest branch, election recount But meanwhile :
Whether! your car is old or new-whether you own one car, or
O'Conor has seen to it that posteritywon't
130 feet above the ground, is
a number of tractors and trucks as well-you should check the
nearly 7 feet in diameter lose out on the high spots of
Many trees in Sequo his career-even if he later has to oil filter regularly! It's easy just drive in at your Fram dealer
ap" the senate. ; and ask for a free Dipstick Test.
the General Sherman in s..:e and
thousands of others deserve the %O'Conor has the longest biography i Then, if oil shows dirty have him install a Genuine Fram

name cf giant. A fallen sequoia (sometimes called "brag- i Replacement Cartridge to get the most out of your present filter
burned hollow centuries ago and raphy") of any senator or representative remove grit, carbon and sludge, keep oil physically visually

known as the Tharp lop was converted in the Congressional Directory I clean and prevent unnecessary motor wear I. (Remember, there'ta
It runs 53 lines-:all written by
into a cabin bv Hale Tharp
Fram cartridge made to fit almost of filter.
every type )
a California pioneer in the late SOs, the senator himself. This tops by
and he occupied it for many years. five lines GOP Cong. James Van I Or, if'your car, truck or tractor is not already filter-equipped,
: Zandt of Pennsylvania, who also have your Fram dealer install a complete Fram oil filter. Takes

THE FAMOUS Yosemite v_.Icy t thinks a lot of himself. i just a few minutes-the cost is smaH-and the savings in longer

and the Mariposa grove of big trees 1 Freshman O'Conor is not as i trouble-free engine life are big! So play safe see your Fram
comprised the first state park in the realistic as GOP Sen. Bill dealer today Fram Corporation, Providence 16, R. I.

United States, having been given to Langer of North Dakota, who Certain hwy-duty oils, due to the detergent additive uNd turn
the state by the federal governmentfor lists among his various attain- dark in ask almost M soon aa put into the motor. Where such oil
that purpose in 1864, by an act meats that he once went to Jail. are uNdo artridg.. should b. changed on Ute advice o/your aerrio*
signed by Abraham Lincoln Although Langer's biographical sketch to station ot dealer.

Yosemite National park was the directory states that he Is
established in 1890, neither the valley the "only person ever to be
nor the grove was a part of it arrested in aa Englisb-tpeaklng FlAM
until 16!! years later, when California FAMED CATARACT Nevada country for filing an affidavit .f Oil & Motor CleanerVACATION
redeeded it to the United States. 1 falls is one of the many spectaru- prejudice against a Judge."
Hardly less famous than the Y osem. : lar waterfalls in Yosemite Na- t' Ckmu. th Oil ikd Ctaya edo
He's Half Dome, towering sheer I tional park. z of.n

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J Someone stopped him and asked
FAw.At AtiA w.tiASw Ati wA AANAAA..AAAAThe AAAAA. him how much money he wanted
;; to sell the cat. HOUrHOLD
r The Answers
'i The cat replied: "JW,OOO."

$ "Why that's preposterous-$13-
1. Homer and Milton
both raf
1. Blindness. "
;:'". 000! the man exclaimed.
-. tered from what? 2. The United
2. Do fish sag? States navy says A few days later the weidd-b LMEM0.44
yes. has
reported that fish
3. What do New Zealand the often make purchaser again ran into the cat S .
"" so much noise singing
Azores and Ireland have in owner and upon asking about the
common -
they interfere
with sonic submarine
? I cat. learned it bad been sold. _
-'''.' .. 4. A person afflicted with kypho- 3. They have no snakes. "Said?" inquired the weold-bi C
*is is what? 4. Humpback purchaser. "For how much?**

5. What is the most popular hobby 5. Photography tops all bobbies. "For $ieMO."

in the United States? Chief indoor hobbies are stamp Cash?" cried the skeptic.

6. In what year did the electoral I I collecting, coin collecting and button "Well not exactly" said the
vow for President jump from 453 { collecting owner. "I got two $5,000 6g in
tc 531 votes i i 6. In Ii1%. exchange .

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Tc haid: jrour loot u,pert and law- :
e 7? e=.'"nat>:y Krai all errs iU<- try dntut s anutnar d..- 2'eRICE
corrrr cu.6TAZE d STAZE.s Ko p.i*...nt-'lDeRJ'OYllu' ---. KRISPIESSPts Serve Crabmeat Party Loaf for Luncheon
paste Oct 15c tube at flrngjut (See rev re :>e. w
nodal Accept B* Kibtuiusc-
y I'\. Bes re ;o-g'-t Affirrrs :_.i-rT..t 1
STAZE :sliLU LuncheonsNow
P.s. Spring
toil tht one aria one se.wQQ; Rice K : LYXX CHAMBERS' MENU
tLat spring: housecleaEing is
aver ar.d we are proud of our shining Stuffed Lamb Chops
Fresh Peas in Cream
epic span
/r : *' homes, it's time Lettuce with Bacon Dressing i
i Hot Biscuits Jam
.. to return cbliga- Strawberry
Chocolate Chip Ice Cream I
'" bona for luncheons

3 Diiattging his community to a program, the one-crop .,-.rem. and on the acre .1t ...c_ piled which up within have Recipe given.en Beverage.
of balanced farming earned for M. P. removed from cotton raises feed for the last several
Moore. ScnatobU. MunMippi, election to hundred of cattle. The purebred Polled !
1. is
weeks. There stock aDd milk. Cook EEtfl thkk
the Champion Farmer of America in Hereford on his Circle "M" Ranch are
1944. On hi he among the beat.For four consecutive year truly no season and smooth. Cover chicken and
11,000 acre pioneeredofl hi auction price* have *et new world during w';, i it's more fun to entertain ham with sauce and top with mas -
methods proreJ that record Hi many tractor are equippedwith 1.'.as these lusciously warm rooms.
f.ed can tw crowB,and showed thatpfopcrir with Firetnn Ground Grip tire, and h* days v> .e: garden 'foods are plenti
manaiwl rundown land will MYW that the new Firettcne Champion Rhubarb Compote.
profitably farpott limiack.. On fewer Ground Grip i* the bet tire be ha ever ful.If (Serves 4 t. I)
luncheons oS
h. much under j ou u ant to carry
CTM grow U cotton U used.
i successfully, plan light in-season 4 cobs cubed rhubarb

NOTE: Write to The Firestone Tire c7 Rubber Company, .'. ,.". Ohio for booilet j I foods. Use sufficient fruits and vegetables 1 cup sugar
TtL P.M_ Ous pofi Farmer." to keep the menu' seasonal l. teaspoon nutmeg

and let year table decorations ',4 teaspoon cinnamon

:,': carry out the theme. 2 whole cloves
I- Lamb chops and chicken asparagus Juice, pulp and grated rind .f $

11 and strawberries, and a few 1 orange

otter foods are reigning favorites. Combine aD ingredients and place
Around them you can build a tanch- in baking: dish. Cover and bake
eon menu that will be both eye- in
.J.JTHERE appealing and and tasty. Plan to do *' 4.
<"gree) eftI1
most of the cooking ahead of timeso *
\ Champion Farmer Moore Uses ai'' lute rulpitf s or
you won't be ruffled by the time until rJnbarb is

the guests begin to come in. ... t'L) tender. Serve

I If you want to serve a nice meat warm or paid
dish you might like to start off with cream and
I with a stuffed lamb chop foDow itwith \" crisp cookies.

a tomato aspic or tossed salad A more eooDomical -
and asparagus, then top off with 'It\ bjnchean.

strawberries and cream.Stuffed but one just as pretty, contrasts ef

this salad loaf done with aspic and
? crabmeat This is defairto served:
4 nble-thick limb chops
i wrti net biscuits and topped ell 3 wife
Y 2 canned peaches
CHAMPIONGROUND pineapple sherbet with fresh straw-
1 tap crashed pineapplei berry saoce.
cap soft bread crumbs

GRIPS ka l& cap butter or substitute Crabmeat Party Salad. i

(Serves 6)
Brown lamb chops in skillet on
both sides. Toss Together. finely Part I: Aspic!

are four sound reasons' ,. I chopped peaches. 2 tablespoons gelatin

like Champion Farmer' I pineapple, bread It cup cold water
\ 2V4 cups hot consomme
crumbs and but-
Moore arc putting their tractors on to 2 tablespoons lemon juicer \
ter. Pile on top of
a white !
Firestone Champion GrounJ Grips: pepper
Chops which have 41
U teaspoon celery salt
(1) they clean wf to 100% more tRec 1 been placed in a ..

lively. (2) they pull up to 62% more? ,-.--- -_ a casserole. Bakein \t \ t Soften gelatin in cold water. Add
hot consomme lemon juke, wtete
(3) they last up to 91% longer and : a moderate I pepper and celery salt. Stir until

(4) they roU more smoothly on theHighways. I for SSO-degree 20 minutes.oven -::' dissolved Pour into an 8H by 4H

c by 24-inch loaf pan enough of the
: I 'sparausmalrrttte.. aspic to make H inch deep. Chill

The extra high, curved connected Serves 4) until firm. Place a smaller loaf panor

traction bars make this superiority 3 tablespoons vinegar container witfcfn the 8&4nch loaf
f salt pan; anchor firmly with weights or
possible. Shaped like a pyramid, theycut 1 ti teaspoon teaspoon paprikai tie ia place. Pour remaining aspic

into the*oil with a sharp cleaving 0 cop salad oil in the space between the two pans.

action. MuJ falls from them freely 1 tablespoon minced parsley Chin _tiI firm. Remove inner pan
1 pickle by loosening aspic with a small
the bars tablespoon chopped
because the space 1 tablespoon minced chives knife. Chill for 10 minutes aad fillcenter

is wider at the shoulders than near t bunch asparagus (1 pound) with the foDo\\"iDC:

the center of the tread. The bar
i Part II: Crabmeat Fining
Combine seasonings, add vinegar .
connections brace and strengthen and salad oil. Beat until thick ands 1 tablespoon gelatin

tread and give the tires a powerful :!,ooth. Add remaining ingredients' 2 tablespoon cold water

"center bite" in the very heart of the and let stand for H hour. Clean as- li cop cream or top milk
and cook salted *i cup real mayonnaise
,fparagus in boiling
roll smoothly
traction one. ? water until tender. Heat sauce and 2 tablespoons lemon juice

because the curved, connected ban serve over asparagus.A Ii teaspoon fill

are in continuous contact with, the luxury luncheon for special I tablespoon onion minced
guests uses o'th chicken and ham in caps cnbm at. flaked
highway.It : the main dish. However, you can 1 cop celery, chopped fine

will pay you to insist upon : keep the rest of the uncheon cot H cap parsley, chopped fine
I dawn by serving simply a tossed Tomato slicesWatercress
Ground Grips
j Firestone Champion I salad and a rhubarb compete for *
' for tractor. They cost no more dessert.
your j Soften gelatin in cold water A4i_
s than ordinary tires. 1 : Chicken DeLaxe. cream sd beat over hot water untt!'

llSr. I (Serves 4) getetaa is dissolved. Add real may
a Listen so ii.'e .", .1 Hess..? .e$ j 4 thick slices ham eels wise, Iemoa Jake salt and onican. -'

",, .V-u y 'rsa u er NBC w ; } : 4 breasts of chicken, cooked Aid crabmet. celery, parley i
: 4 tablespoons netted batter and ..? aMW* to gelatin Pear
1tt1 nan- -- i 4 tablespoons flour into center of apc mold and c k dJumld !

2 raps rich chicken stock and firm. ['!'.-.,t.iUI and gar'ah
milk combined with dpi c? 'vT-iM Bdrwatercress .
1 teaspoon salt Serve wiOt 11'al: mayonna.!'e

Ml teaspoon pepper Variation: Poor aspic into r -g -
Whole slated mashrooms ztsid- and aaOneat mixture rto: a-
r.ruIIt iti M tII fit m center t' y
Arrange breast of Hrirfc+n OB top
mold. Or. use" chicken or ij'a III
of ham slices. bids batter, bind m place of craS-r-cat !fii'mer :
flour and seasonmgs, then add dfek- I aeieasrl h W'e'SWft Mesa oc- "

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j MeanderingsContinued government will take heart from wish them smooth sailing as they ; RS. SWIXDALL HOSTKSSTO ing outfitted through their efforts
action of Rep. Odham in baring set out to conquer the world. AniS TUESDAY NIGHT with luggage and what it takes fn
"guts" enough to dettoaace tboee I IT the trip and LaBelle merchants Sad
( from Page 4t3ng who offered him brines to "take a Preach At Lakeport.t4. Tbe Wosaans Missionary Societyof citiMfis are )!road of tile fact that !
in a roadside ditch and were walk" on the bookie hilt last ;*,' "' I : I the Baptist Cbaren met with I Hendry Connty will represent all frf
Picked up for bar lag a ample of _v.rcitizen of the state should<< Mrs. J. C. SwindaU at ner i Soath Florida tnroagn He ekamf-
bream lightly aadersiied. wens wire their thank to Rep. Odham I i 1 .I If Ii Tuesday night for the Royal Service ion is contribntlnc to her gofek
drsUed into fined somctniag : ,
court and t and should demand that their own away fend.
I program.
like ten dollars each. And : elected representatives press for II f Mrs. L. M. Lilly was in charge ; niB afternoon (Thursday) fresh
=yet, wadersized or not, those bream I j Home Economies clsfc
full investigation of the matter. of the program on the subject, : 1 to 3 the
.weld have been eaten by thus* j jpt Japan.A i is having a tea shower for Ty a
sjte who have a hard enough time \ Our congratulations to our rep- short business session follow* and other events will take plies
.. .lihc ends meet. j resentatives IB the Miami spelling(> P <-d the meeting and MM, George 1 before she leaves on Sntmraay.TO .
Florida is not ao bard up for' bee for, even though neither was I i i Stunts; was elected secretary. I
flab that its law. shoald he that;;! able to win the contest they are I Following the meeting Mrs. Swinda -I. !
atrfet. Poaaibly the court has to |I said to have made an excellent >howing. I : I II !!. assisted by Mrs. Robert Ahem.vr i'l fitrr I: t\II Of' t'0NPIJcwIfl'L Ht1"\U tOWN nt' 1II1'rilti"o ,
fttasjee fines when a charge Ie mad {! Betty Jeaa went down amoiiK I I I \, d Jello and whipped cream.j ..h OF tiEAnlONJIa'TICSS \
bf the warden but the wardens the first fifteen and Nelda std>,-,1 ,1('kern and iced tea to Mrs.Murms. I "II ('otsl'lt.tl\l8_ .
it seems to me would set better i icooperation I up for quite some time Ion 1/1: all.Jlilateaed. t tI Mrs. J. W. Cram Mrs. W. !1 '
all along the line ill i to the transcription. ..t t U. I. BdlalD,. Mrs. W. L. Wetherin- TO Pursuant ALL WHOM t<> Chapter IT MAY 2MM.CONCKRX LaWs: :
they'd took a little harder for the i latter part of the match wh. t. V t :; :Mrs. Lilly Mrs. J. A. Moore ne Florid Act of !'''. relating to
more 'flaaraat violations and Py:1.. missed "lIIaboc..," and w.i I ..,1 Mrs. J. L. Moore of Lake Helen. Board EvcrgUde of CommiMio Drainage of District.BverfiadesDraiaacc the I I
sew aUMrttofi to these minor ...- 21st one seated out of th< n. il c>' District has eoasntoted a !
deateaners I 29 .at..... After she was ,,1111I'II..! budget showing' the debt xf-vlc. repuireatents !
I The first agricnltnral experiment of the District dvrtac the
I ed I began to pall for little Ty.aSweeney station in the United State was established .. year beginning on the 1st day of next
At Ita next meeting the city commission of La Belle and 1I,1.- Jl.aI .-! November and ending on tile J).t dar I
at Weafeyan nnlveralty, of the succeeding October and thte j
is Inviting all men 0: thejoamunity proud as her fellow tons I.M'' :Middletown. Connecticut in 1876. came has bean placed OB file in the j t
who are interested ia when she proved so definitely but office of the Secretary of tile District 1
at COT Pommu BvlMiac. W t
organizing a volunteer fire depart-Ia student doeaa't nave to come PalM Beach. Florida where tie aaaw i ;
ment. Many of them have already from a big school or a big county I Tyra SweeneyContinued may be examined and this U to ..% i
tlfy that raid Board will SMfl !
indicated their interest and it is to win. Tyra leaves this weekendto Rev V G. Gilbert minister of at MM place en the huh Uy of J...,
hoped there will be a good crowd enjoy her week in Washingtonand the First Chr.3tian Church at Lake A. D. 117. nt 19 a. ... Eastern Standard
( from Page 1) Time of the said dar fb.lagapt
present. Give it a little thought to compete in the national Wales, Florida, will preach at Lake- slated to return to Miami the following less than fifteen dar frwn tile Mt
between now and June :3 so that matches. port Sunday morning, May 25. of the firm publication heraef) MT
Sunday Jane 1. sal
the purpose of hearing *
some definite action can be takenat Services will be held at the Lake- Meanwhile Tyra's eighth grade ronaplaiau with respect to said -
that time.Whether And. despite the fact that thiscolumn WAD OF C3JVEVEROU.DES tt aut
:; port school house at 11 o'clock.
class Is sponsoring her. She is be- DR IN tm'r.m-rR!dr
is getting lengthy I wantto Bible School will convene at 10 B)' W. P. HllMbeck. Cnairman
it accomplishes any good I congratulate the seven membersof o'clock.MOLLIK. ATTEST
in the Senior Class of 1947 and Ry K. )(. Throop. Secretary.
proponents of honesty
or not IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID! I May !3. 3d. June 4. 1M7 I

The regular monthly meeting of I
the Mollle Settle Class of the Methodist e
Church was held Wednesday I
evening with Mrs. Caroline Bales as
hostess at her home. !
Mrs. C. II. Settle conducted the j2.J !

devotional, read several verses of O s I
Scripture and sang a solo. "Old .
Time Religion." At a business session t
the class voted to buy new -. !
curtains and drapes for the par-

3)5L the iq4.GRADUATES/ sonagp.Ice cream and cookies were served -

to Mrs. J. W. Adklns. Mrs E ..
P. Ewing. Mrs. Settle. Mrs Jacob I
Heflln. Mrs. Gladys Stalls Mrs I
Harry Foster, Mrs. Merry Roberts.
Miss Emily Couse. Mrs. D. C.
Mitchell. Mrs. Hartford Dill y. Mrs I
W. B. Irby. Mrs. J. A. Lee
S To the members of the Class of boys and girls

'47 we extend greetings and best are the hope of the nation. our I

wishes. You have taken the first future business men and women who I

big step towards success and we LAWN MOWERS will be the backtxme of our country
are confident you will give your
in the yfar; to come"f f
school and your community cause
i for further pride in your achieve- Built, Repaired and Yom! graduation represent! an; ,i"

ments.It important milestone in your life

has been our privilege to Sharpened By .'J far. it foreshadow many htasings.v .
serve your home community for tidtltg that sorvrs for which too

a long time. We hope we may I Charlie CurtnerAt have already laid the trf1lUlldwurk.

serve many of you.GLADES.



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hears (..":rftl.I.I..*. members .! *47tWhile fn : I ;If i
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III SETTLE UI(' UfO'!1 In cnnt'raiutnlc nan.By .
....hi... ,... ren emlM-r Ib'T are always II SUNDRIES

'JiiigrfMY and perseverance you
\ "'_. fr hU U year alma Mater, a place .fmmm .
haw i|>rTwi thr draw that leads Hi the
i I. I fulkr life and the
enjoyment things
fd n ..Bi.rie. blrh y.. will
gained only through self-denial and

tre.....* al..,... I selfmastery.Yours .
has been a proud record. and

> We are happy and proud. t. see all .( y.. Flo Lou !ou have ample reason for pride ra
your accomplishment: We wish you
boy and. girt (radaate. .0 !. a good start.PARKINSON'S godspeed in all future endeavors.

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