Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00155
 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: January 31, 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: UF00028301:00155

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scu1ioV-g 2JO PER TEAS

Second Annual Meeting Grand Act Jury On Negro DrawnTo !t SCHOOL BAND TO J. W. CRUM DIES


group of jurors has been I I
drawn sad summoned to appear at PARADE OF HEART ATTACK

Richard Archbold New I 131: teis had risen only to ten per the meeting of the cireatt court next I II I ,
ceat There was rise i -
no whatever
Vsaday to consider tae ease of
President Replacing until the REA program of Ui and Tommy Lee Holltagwartfc, who is I W. D. Jackman director of the II J. W. Cmm. 5C a special Investigator
:Moore Haven school band stated for Lykes Bros
low the percentage has risen to charged with the murder ef his Cattle Company -
John Tiedtke fifty per cat He.... e au tnd d coamoa-iaw wile. Salty May Me- this week that the band would go. and a state game warden far

the directors:: of the local co-op sad I Gee. here the first of Jaaaary. This to Fort Myers on February 15 to I the past several years died very

The eoaitroon of the coaatyroartteaoe I taM the members that the shortage ta the only criminal case to com participate ta the parade and other suddenly at his home Sunday night
activities at the Edison Pageant of with a heart attack.
which had delayed
wu well filled last might eonstm-ctioE op at this court term.
for ta* seeoad aaaaal awetiac of were ao worse here than ta the Sf Hoiltacwonh admitted the killing Light their first appearance at a Mr. Cram is said to hare bees

the ..nahri of the Glades Ehctrie co-ops be coaucts ta Florida aad of the woman whose body was celebration of this kind. oat on the range meet of the day

Co-openttoe aad. siace all lines taProjott Georgia.. found oa the bank of the levee canal New uniforms are DOW Hag I and upon arrival at borne tm-

"A" are BOW energised and Following this talk Staaley Wa>'- sad the grand jury wffl probably ad and will be ready for the plained of having had a alight

plans are well aloag for the OOB- man gave the treasarer's report determine the degree ef murder occasion. They win be something pain during the afternoon which

ttrnc,:' :; of the ProJect "C" lieu which: was accepted and H. M. Kirk with which he will be charged. ef an i&ovatien for a abed Uni he attributed to indigesttea. The

in Highlands Cwuty spirits of the man ., the promottoaal tk c srtaeat Whether the cast will scene .p form.. coaeteting of white dock pate became worse after he had

members were eoasiderabiy higher of REA was introduced for a short for trial at this term ef court has trousers vari-tetored shuts ands eaten supper and Dr. D. M. Draughn

than i.'i the ocCMioa of the first annual talk. Be expressed great pride ta not been announced B* rero-type hats. The shirts of was summoned immediately' gfcr-

fl.rug a year ago. the work of the local ee-op since In addition to this case there is cocoa different colsra-kelly greeo. tag him an injection for the heart

In 'v!J' nf.tfoa for saembers of it was the first oae he helped to one eit il case on docket American beauty turquoise yellow upon arrival le a few minutes the

be l. .aid I of directors most of the set ap after going to work for REA rose brick dust sad Mac-wHl be injection appeared to hare takes

old guard was replaced except the and said that progress had been Williams Elected worn with' the white dick twnsers.' effect and he was restoring on the

pl'Mldel t since organisation John much better than really hoped for black hats with white chin straps divan ta the living room talkingto

Tiedtke of Sbawaoe Fmraw. who state it was only 19 moaths after Newhall SupervisorTo white UM aad while shoe The the doctor when he suddenly

was d- hared bFlakier W Ange in the orgaaautioBal meeting until majorette win wear white shirts! complained of feeling faint. By

a very close content and L. M.1 i the first toe was energized. He I Replace Settle sad eborts. white hats with black I the time Dr. Draughn could reach

Lilly of Moor haven who has paid tribute ta his talk to JFrierson E. chin straps black shoes and black I tin his pulse had stepped.! So far

served aa unexpired term oa the who aa chairman of the ties. as is known this was the first cnta.
Loaaie Williams Ortoaa owner
board aad was defeated by H. I. : board of eoaaty commiesaonen first of 117 acres of land ta NewbaD Mr. Jaduaan is giving the head I attack a* had ever suffered.Mr. .

.obtnaon after R. D. Lyoas had' set the bu to romcg tad who re- Drainage District south of Moore intensive training in marching H Cram cane to Moore Haven

withdrawn Us same from the bal-[!I freed to be pat off with any kind Haven was elected Monday Bight, well a. band music and they promise sexes years ago from Tampa where

lot ,\\ the rooraiaation of the!, of wises when there were appar at a meeting of the district landowners to make a very creditable showing I he had worked" for Lykes Brothers

board Ill chard Archbold was named j eat delays to succeed Carr Settle whose in Port Myers. lor several years prior to that time.

new pr -.... V. T. Oxer rice-j I W. B. Irby. manager of the coop term expired this month. The other i --- la addition to Us work with this:

; reofclt" n< and Stanley Wayman wasr next reviewed tae arocreas of Dance he had worked
two members of the board are R. i for Infantile eesaputtv as a state
<'-?)< r'td secretary-treasiirer. The !the work and pbaa for the future Jordan game -waiduu and made
D. Lyons and R. E quite a
*,-w 'k..lTd lacHidos these three of- ta which he expreseed aaareetatioa There was a small attendance at Paralysis Fund To Be retort. ta nmberf am5 for
: ,' lu.rl H I. Robinson. F. W. for the cooperation gives aim since t
i en the meeting only a bare majority I riolatloas of the g&ILfb! Ho I
\nge TV B! \t; \rtoa, W. J, Espen- : he assumed management! ta July of of the acreage being Held Next Saturday I was bon Bad rUled ta Bro katiHe. -
idih't.: .. n T>e\aae and C. B.: last year. He nrged ads members to ."
a total of 3fl5 acres K..epreeeated'j' I!
".aR..m1lT j mall in their meter cares and checks
with 541 acres had that A beaeft dance for the "Marchof Surviving members of tINt te-
Mr Tif-dJke at the promptly tu avoid peaitie. .c told,
presided "* rotes, Williams had 117 rotes, Ray I Dimes' campaign ta Glades I mediate tastily are Ms wife, Mrs j
meeting and opeed with a few r those members who W areas taadverteailv -
/ Yoder 134. W. H Surreacy If, J. Lillian Cram two MM Joka Praaklia -
'i.arka thf SKtsmai aar ta. arion
ooncernlac progress
J. Wiggtas 829 and Lyons 817. of Tampa ;md J W *. of
made r t.the rop during IhtpaSt !line that ih&Ui talMMB ear '
A treasures s report showed tltediRr'kt F--- Moore Haren .a danehtrr 5argk
t ar, a record Vaic'h he felt was of as rapidly 4t to have U.08.i ta the who was summoned n rum Tal-
\. t ry feed if aA M. impressive at start** *' oddly. ...... lakasMB wberf rhe is! a studVn: at
..d biref a baped+ He also Mat
I Activities of the dtaajsct are aowsauiiat Tickets' will go OB sale at-ssee at Fttu State Collage for Wtwwm;
The le3diili moot "C" are i .
camp samee tier vanaMtaa of :a- twa-I ... ..f .
: ;' { } RiiLf'''Irtaf .u ,_ J ..... fGC'-" .,. nNP.e .t ae
which the eltetioa of directors was tug aexT week ae5'at 4ae project t1C. pabsett ei bend Iedeslmore .' .. f.. H. C.e'&f1 8rki< -'MiesBertka .. -
tbaa aao sad ao taam :cIIls- Twuum; four sister. Mrs MaW.
1 a year trnaeee attwulag affair
t .11. two candidate having bH-1I1 !'hould be taerctaed by J8I).
v.,,"<-a frog oach dls1 t Two of i are bOng ...... Tke paasibnityhat and are hoping feat It w. be I Jase Lero> }Irs. Charlotte Hiflhard
: Talks were then made by" rep- much ef the acreage will be aapported and tae* a sabstastialprefH Mrs B R Saxon, all of BTQU**-
I eve candidates R. n I.\on and ,, .L.scntatrres ., the Graybar ElecI
: planted to sugar sane ta Ute Bear may be obtained for the 1..uJe... Mr N A Bryan of
"v'land Millar -uhd-ew their
trio Compaq and the Westiaghowe
I I I II future, however, has increased tatereat paralysis fund. t Tan..
mes and only one nomination I Electric: esaupacy oa the shortafe II ta tae functioning of the die I Funeral aerneos were b;d Tate
wa a..4e farm the floor. L. M of material ta which they Untie will be furnished .by *k<*
gave lej
tI1rt.I Wednesday moraing at test iveliak
: ': \ ta place of Mr Lyons. i members tap. reasons for the short from the
Baptist Church wilt to
Ha :ertt I* *J-lr i! ages and hope for any immediate At the reorganixation of the boardR. dance orchestra, directed by C.A."Doc" pastor. Rev Jeha A Morn ,
I re-elected chairman
D. Lyons was FOBS a Mnswr retMsat *r
whi' the votes were bag countMi recdFollowing darling. The church ,
1 I and R. E. Jordan was elected Moore Havea. Aaofter fader wa= MU-o te
Ttodtke iatrodaced C. E. 4ke talks a resolutionwas capacity long before the tWJ"wr.aCof :
read J:. J. Peters secretary fewest Miss Geneva Thielea will
1.:-ejre1' proaMeat of tile Peaee by of the service end the crowd. standing -
I I be the vocmttst for the orckestrs.
i.'*pr i't>;xratfre at Waaehnla who expressing aafreciatioB to the board : outside the chart was larger
.:,dr scent tatoreatiaa talk oa REAPCt for their successful efforts in briar- Ii i Mail In Cards For For aa evening of fins eatertuln-- than that ...... The wealth of

T'*"} in the state and the nation tag elect rick y to the area "March of Dimes" meat be at the gymnasium oa next noral offerings ....te4 the gnat

..: d cungratulated the local coopn I lHze Drawn I i Saturday Bight to daace that a number of friends Mr. Cram psseseed -

having perfected a "Uvta* and Then e.'ame. drawing for door!I I child may walk" throughout South Florida.

t,--8tb.g organization is the short I ........ an ......meat of electrical Mrs E. J. Bowyer chairman for --- The Baptist choir. under the dte-ec-

tl.are of two yoars" appliance. deearted by firms ef the I the county in the lafaatile Paralysis, Waterway Activity ties of Mrs. Florence H. Ryan rendered -
He said that propagandists would area. As the numbers were drawn i Fund's "March of Dtmee" ha* mailed :I three numbers.

have the people believe that REis \ each lucky somber bolder was aliened I out cards to meet ef the people Increases This MonthWith Active pallbearer were chosen

another gOT ramat auey existing to choose his prize until all :ta the twenty bat to date very few I __ from employees of the Lykes Com-

: on the sabsMies paid by tile were goa The winners sad their I have been retam_. :I the war ever and private pany as follows W. B. Whidden.
tairayers but offered figures to prhes as they were drawn were F. i If yea have received! one of yachts back in action once more True Story. Mack Ltak. C. E. Sapp.V. .

prove that such was rat the case. W. Ange. toastmaster; C. A Keeo 'cards either till it with dimes, or there have been very few nights U. Arnold and Wm O'Neal.

ILEA he said had borrowed a billion table lamp: Frank Jones, electric simply enclose a check or bills and II I this month when the local docks Honorary pallbearers were: J.

dollars from the Government iron; W. E. Casstdy electric roaster return It to Mrs., Bowyer at oace have been empty some nights seeIng W. Adkins. I. E. Scott E. L. Bran-
and lees than one-half of one percent ; Mrs. Herbert Sealey. radio; The drive for leads will continue i five or six pleasure boats tied can. Mack Greene. L. Stalls, S. B.

of loans were delinquent and Lea Plan, electric iron; Mrs Sweet until after the benefit dance which j I., here ranging from very small Snell. A. W. Whidden. J. M. Copse

that most co-ops were paying ont Peeples. iron; Arch Whidden. table win be held at the school gymnasium -'I auxiliary sailing ketches to palatial L. E. Farnam and Joe Hogan.

well ahead of the 3$ years allotted. lamp; Archie Waggerby. toaster; Saturday night Feb 8. I f yachts a hundred feet or more in Intennint was IB the Brooks-

He pointed to the fact that the Thomas Sapp. waffle iron: M. C. length. clue cemetery at fire o'clock Wednesday -

Tnited States was far slower in Doke. waffle iron; H. T. Frierson. Laughs Throught In I Bat tt seems that fewer of the afternoon. The Van Fettea

electrifying rural areas than almost toastmaster; Ted Beck, floor tamp; bigger yachts are in action this I Funeral Home of Arcadia bad

every European nation ft aged ta Mrs W. B. Norton heater; Mrs "Song of The South"Walt eeeseo perbare because these larger charge of arrangements.

the war little progress bed.g made W. L. Gilles toaster; Mrs. C. V boats, taken ever by the Navy -

n this direction until the SEA program i Wadlow. juicer; Mrs. Fred Van De i Disney avaiatatas his repute daring the war years have net beenreconverted Farabee Opens

was iattiaM The orialaalrogr Yette. toaster: A. T. I'xaell. iron; { for cheerful eatertataawnt ta Scg to private nse. Or it

; m. he said required at 14uti Freak Weadel sandwich grill; N. j! tae South." his Technicolor mastcal may be Oat: tt is more difficult to New Taxi Stand
to the mile bat R D.' Keen reasteretts MolUe''Jekaaoa lot
hree patreas I ; .
tae large
...... obtain crews to man oaes
'a:. MY been found that projects: colored desk lamp; D. C. I All shades of amusement from; At nay rate most of these Mopping W. C. Farabee aaaowwed this I
,. of two to the rifle Mitchell portable mteer. I
!b aa average the here sleek little cruisers.I
aatarate pro- are
chuckle ta cackle, week the epeateg! of 1M old Farn-
.iT pay out nicely I Following the drawing the meet-I daeer's newest taaewatkm. a lire-,saaaaed by the owners or by a very i iI am cafe as a taxi stand and a

Be reminded! the 1" ambers that I tag adjourned upon suetion I action feature taearforatiag the small crew'Swimming. i sandwich .... This is to h aa*_-
the 11Ionet Hell I
ward co-operatior mesas
'f Cade' .ema* leamas of Joel I Ii eyed hy bin and by In. f%*aee
together ot a pee fas'wnereabj Preceding the meettag a dtaa*'i
urdtag .
I 'Caaadler I Harris. i Pool and tbsy pisa ta ..... sir aaadwieke -
and tat. tj. had .a was held at the Weaaaa's Csbchibkoase I
_] Facie Reatas eesaes into the picjtare sad ftiaka, la .*...,a to
',dsv1Nel stake ta rfc* oraaalaaMr at which were the mem smfltac Benefit Picture
taagUac. .. gees out the taxi s rriee.Hr .
.'n. !i ken ef the board of directors old -
artsaiea aceomIpttsbed
his hte4eIBag I Farakw will wmus j : to
Annual Mining importaai I I their wives and Mffatal invited I when, .with his drollriI .>.. 1'Nets Over $90.00
tko c..him Cafe as bet re
Baggett was tol wed ay Earl,: gaeeu The dinner was prepared" operate
voch. field repre.*Bt t.:t .' of LEA i:and served b> Mrs. Jacek Heflta sad I lite has saved a bey from I --- I II bat It will be anise th. masage-
i able aaaiaa end a family The movie for the benefit of the moot of his deist. Mrs. UiKa
..1 the managementt \>n her family aeaieted by Mm Lois
the tremeadoi, 'mportaace Cox [ tooUsh eJsiaatina ;swimming pool fund test week I' Star1tac of Wawdivla.
-:reseed :
Tae ttttie crttten' of the .i[ it aa&ewneed
I netted U8.n. was
aaaaal IDtI@tm" at which Atteadiag wereMr.. sad Mrs
'-: .Brere ....... Pea sad Bear are|? tae MnW .
this week by treaaara; FOOD StL3
nether Mr.. I
ante the members ('j.m.t II Stanley Waysmaa, air. ed Albert .
hamane ue aatic.I '
I BfiaftoM 1* chile F. Mailer. This was eutesif
of she siewiidship ..
I, hear aa occoaatiag 0.- Mr. sad Mrs. Fred
aim and to G. I Hattte hietladed. nssas teafkterM of the ae/feraaveat tax which I' The V. F. W. AexWary is ho'.-
ot their i rs I i Corner Mr. aad Mrs. B. Wag- the ... Ie.
ta -|
'ect new directors ifv.t'Y APe' tit :' gaman Mr. sad .... W. J. EI taInt -; weft as levied em all amesemeats. lug a food sate on Saturday February

F'ayiag: away Prom ttt?r meetings >. Mr. aad Mxa. W. B. Irby. Mr tie. hatch isxi [MaBar was assisted In the ticket S. in Mrs. Tan De Teide's

means disinterest or '- p.attacvher '. and Mrs..1. 8. trictasa, Mr. sad II >lth ara tae JlNldu PrIkaaad torthese (1 heath aid la taking liP tickets by dress shop ta the Post Offlre Ar-
this -.a1..1: play Mrs. F. D. Tate sad Mrs. E. H.
:: e* wh4ch are ,.u---,..asve ',- VMack: G.34c.. std Mrs F. uM. There win be takes pies
adKiset for
< proper laaettoatog w.* I;: I;. T. t. )f:r. XB& Ms. Carr S tSr,I days cad Pat S) .BflV- leA.I baked beana, etc.. for sale and aa
Oeetttaaed ae
operative i I i Mr and Mrs C. E. .Ptt. Jan ( This movie was deaated by" t:. T. angel food cake win be rafffed eft.

Mr. launch said that In 1S25 only I I! Tiedtke. Richard Arrkboid Mr. and Keek, macager of the fecal theatre The eammMtee ta. charge wield

three per cent of farm home ofl r Ma*. T T Oxer. H. B. KMtttss, Mrs. W. L Itb.: ft1r- Mir Gwealdn :and the association is deeply pratettaJ like fer aH de&atie&s to be In by

tfce nation were electifad nod Bart M. !*trah. Rec. a" IIn. Jetbtt ... .. JIr n aid 3., to Mr Koch for a worthwhile ; nine o'clock: on the morning ef th_

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f 1 Careful Dress Fitting Required r T : ""

When wiping windows use ver- To prevent a cork from sticUnja --?
i To Minimize All Figure Faults tcal strokes on the inside and hori- a glue bottle, dip it in OIL fl :t. 1

:ontal strokes on the outsde. This will then slip out easily with no efr- ";;
j merit
enables you to see at a glance fort '-:.-.
vhich side must be wiped again. -e-- t
-' i i3y Griilla JJaleij ByPAUlMALLOK -.- Throw an old potato sack or twt .:'
Grease two or three inches up in the car trunk. Excellent to place

!I Next he inside of the pot in which under the rear wheels when stuck ,:
time you are ahopping or Released by Western Newspaper Union.GOVERNMENT you
J riding in a public look ire boiling rice, noodles or spaghetti on an icy spot
conveyance "
I Crepe Jerkin I II MAY QUASH e 1-
1! bout you Yea, do it critically too. HOST 'PORTAL PAY' SUITS and the water won't boil .
Use an ordinary kitchen fork
I One thing I can guarantee you is ver. to "
WASHINGTON.-A bright attor- '.
that tighten springs in window shades.
j very few people will look perfect -
aey identity unadvertised) suddenly _
1 as far u their figures are cant Slip all tattered and prom' If -eU '- '
developed the idea a few weeks
t cerned. 15Ll1 back that the seven-months-old pottery he skirt is still good cut off the wax paper sticks together put .
: Now look again and try to find decision might be used as a top part and use the bottom as a it in the refrigerator for a few ',

i j the most attractive woman around basis for back suits against Industry petticoat with an elastic sewn in. minutes and it will loosen :
you and look at her critically. At'' pay
The ---- -
idea was not new. Congress .
first glance she look perfect
had it in corrective bill which
which is as it should be, but on NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS i
i I : passed one house last session. But
careful inspection you may notice : thus originated the

that one shoulder is a little higher which total more portaltoportalsuits than two and Doilies in Popular Swirl Motif i
than the other or that her proportions I flcraft. a half billion dollars already and
aren't they -
quite as perfect as 't'
may reach five billions to eight bil I To obtain complete crocheting Instruc +;OrI <
3rst appeared. However you say, lions-the last figure apparently beIng I tions for the Pinwfced Dotty (Patient N*. ,
the does look nice. M90) and the WfatrflM Meteor Doflyi : .
Well the total business liability. Pattern No. 58661. said 1e cento in eeen t
that's the all should
way we far EACH PATTERN order. Your 'i
tike to measure up when inspected organizations like the Name. Address sad Pattern Namber. >
either by others or ourselves. AndIt National Association of Manufacturers ;

can be done, as you have seen for and the U. S. Chamber of Commerce SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK ''z.
have been rather unexdted are South Wens St. CkJeafe 7. DL
yourself, if we dress so as to point
publicly about the Enclose :SO cents for Pattern
up our good points and minimize matter, but theft
lawyers are fingering the No .
those about which we are not so wage-houx
proud. statutes, amazed and confused because Name

Fortunately there are many tricks ..... no one knows how far it will A.wra-
that can be applied to clothing and go. All industry could be overthrown .

many disguises to be employed A white crepe dress Is used with this one legal stroke- tee,::;: ----.. }

which will do Just that for us. We with a navy crepe jerkin r Tor these following unstressed res-

play up our eyes and features if stitched In white from Sond- was: This Mome-Mixed

they are good, then carefully add heim's collection. The gold kid Industry has no reserves to pay
more padding to one shoulder lift belt has a gold metal and kid back pay plus damages, in amounts 519 0 Cough ReliefIs

a or lower the waistline nip it in or medallion fob. Axed by courts for estimated nonworking -
make it one inch more loose, and' time, including loafing oa Wonderful

hide our figure faults very success- Industrial property, for the past nine No Cooking ho Easy. Safe Dollars.

fully. is to look to the underarm seam. rears. The five to eight billions To get the most surprising relief
Whether you do your own fitting If the garment is too loose and hang must come from current earnings from cough due to colds, you cut :;
1 easily prepare a medicine, right ta
.r have someone do it for you is not in a baggy fashion, pin wider seams which means the product price must er your own kitchen. If. very easy* !
the question. It Is simply a matter in the dress, and baste and stitch be increased again to the public or child could do it-need* no cooking, i
if doing it. When we first buy or them. But wait, just a moment, profits must be cut that much in a and tastes so rood that children take

take a dress, we may be so taken you're not quite finished yet. Seams lingle year. In actual fact, the It to willingly.beat for quick But you'll results.My it'. hard .t

with the pattern or color of the fab- should be equal on both sides or claims would amount to the same at First make a syrup by stirring i i
the garment will feel off balance and another 13 to 20 per cent wage bonus cup of granulated sugar and one GUll .
I eventually acquire that look.If i Increase, for one year only. .of water. a, few moments, until d.a4.oITe4.
you caa use com syrup
you have taken the garment in PAY FORGETTING READY' or liquid honey instead of sugar
a great deal, it's best to trim the syrup. Get 1ft OUBOM of Fines: from
down. Do The union suits, in which AFL hal any druggist and pour it Into a phj$
seams and
your pinning ipined, do not seek portaltoportalpay bottle. Fill up with your 111"UP1'hl1
fitting on the right side of the garment today and from 5866 atrea yon a full pint of really *plen.
1 first, then transfer the pins and on. They did cough syrup-.bout four time
f turn to the side after merely seek to apply nationally I M much for your money. It never
wrong you are
certain the garment is fitted clumsy 8(I to 2 Supreme court decision YOU'LL like to make these u- aof sad Ust e. long time..
prop. last June in the Mt. Clements quisite swirl doilies they're And it Eire quick relief. It a**
ia tore way*-loosen the phIfOOth.
erly.On pottery case ruling that pottery pleasing and restful to the and .
the other hand, dress eye the Irritated membrane aai
your may workers at that company are en- provide fascinating crochet contrast helps clear the air passages. I
fit too tightly to feel really comfort- titled to be paid for time spent on in the stitches.. The pinwheel Plain U a special compound tI
abl. Then let out as much materialas roves
I the employer's premises Ingredient m concentrate
preparing at 17 inches
top measures the lowir form,
well for
possible from the to quiok
seams relieve for work
-"walking to their :
places, one is 15 inches across ia broncaaJ In1'Ea acts
3 1 the strain. putting on and ; ceded
Lit your .l I1JII aprons overalls re Money tf ttcoeert
If you are adding a piece of material moving shirts, taping or greasingarms you la every way.

E rio that these other considerations it must taper off down to the putting on finger covers, preparing Plumes of Ostriches Are
lo waist so the garment will hang the equipment for
not come into active being But prop. productive
erly. If do not need much at the work Super-Sensitive in Growth DRY ITCHV CALPO
after you have worn the dress for you turning on switches for lights t relief.from fteking el
i r tome time and suddenly catch a waist taper the piece of material ofl and machinery opening windowsand I dry scalp and otto remove
i: glimpse of yourself in a mirror to nothing, but do taper it. assembling and sharpening Plumes of the domesticated ostrich loose dandruff lakes wttS

you'll notice how much could have Contrasting colored material often tools." now popular after being out

t been done to make the garment per- is used to give extra room at the So thousands of suits have been of fashion for 27 years, are probably

sonally yours. sides of the garment, and will be instituted to collect back pay to 1938 more sensitive during their
effective if you have to extend it under the wage-hour law for any growth than the feathers of another A Snggl to Tors o

.:. Bide Seams Back and below the waist to allow more room kind of preparation for work (parkIng bird says Collier's. Any variation

Front Lines Mast Be Straight at the hips. Be sure bands of con- time) In amounts which cannot in the special diet and living Country Hass

Always check the long lines of the trasting material are well balancedin be calculated precisely-although conditions of the ostrich may im Ask If the His*

garment first. Don't try to stand size. the companies will be liable pair the shapeliness and density of hare bee*protect*

unnaturally straight so they will The hipline is pinned in much the for any amount the court decides to the plumes. ed (roes SUpperefcr

look right, but see if the side seams i. same fashion as above the waist ii Sx. (The 1938 law specifies this, allowing Even the normal day and night CHAMBERS'ANTlSKIPrai
and front and back lines look 1 it is too loose. Do not make the liberal attorney fees for variations in the bird's blood pressure

; straight when you stand normally. dress too tight, and here again see starting suits.) usually cause perceptible differences COMPOUND

They should just fit and fall in place i that both sides are even. These are not publicity suits. Legally in density when the
easily for thinks plumes reach their maximum rate N. J. BODDIKUnaniatfaa
one rarely of In making a garment more roomy they are well grounded. Moral
h straightening up or walking in an i at the hips, let out all seams to give l+, you may think off-hand that a of growth of a quarter of an inch ea 481
I 24 hours. "I Pnli-.N.C.
unnatural way.Naturally { yourself as much material as pos worker has a right to such portal-to- every

t if you have a noticeable I I sible. If this does not give you portal pay. But that is not the fine- -- --

slouch, correct it, but if jour I enough room, have a trimming band pointed question. The amount involved
I posture is fairly good then the running on either side. for such current pay would

met should do the rest. gar-I In some dresses, it is possible to not be large enough to be economically frfefcfte etuM you WITH

The lengthwise threads of the remake the skirt so as to give you important The actual question -
ric, both in the back and front, more room. This can be done when is one of collecting back pay

I ihould hang straight. If you are the skirt is pleated, and you can cut accumulated for nine years. If the IIC PAIN
sewing at home the best way to down the number of pleats and make unions have a moral right to do that,

t make sure your fabric will hang a simple straight skirt out of it. the stockholders certainly have a
f properly is not to neglect the bast- moral right to sue the unions for
t fIR, threads that help guide us in billions lost in their strikes during

r sewing and help us in keeping thel the past nine years-with result-
Sewing Hints Ing legal and financial chaos. Not

l There are many things y&i can only that but the companies may
learn to do with a sewing machine morally and legally claim tax re-

', 2 BEl if you will take the time to find out funds up to the full 95 per cent excess

;ff how it's done. profits tax levy for any back
f The beginner must first of all, pay settlements now made-with

[ learn how to sew straight, and similar chaotic overturn of the tax

this is best done by watching the schedules involving the federal debt,

z stitching, and seeing that the budget and expenditures.

same distance is kept from the

. : edge to the stitching, rather than GOVERNMENT Consequently the IS STEPPING IN
: looking to the other side of the government must
stop or limit the retroactive nature
garment. Chalked lines also
: may
of these
suits. I
suspect one
be used as a guide. reason
why the industrial leaders
Gathering, and have
ruffling even not been #
more excited in print is that
pleating be done with
may a sewing -
Bt p rolU1i"lo fit ,".. machine attachment. Even government
I buttonholes, the bane of y5.p Harry-rub in Ben-Gay for fast soothing gently
material properly aligned. A small woman's many a Congress had pending last session 'y warming relief Insist on genuine Ben-Gay the orip-
thing this, but it will save time ande1ort easy with an attachment are the Gwynne bill to kill the retroac cal Baume AnaIg sique. Beo-Gay contain up to 2 V4

in fitting later. Shirring and quilting also can tive back pay feature and restrict times more methyl salicylate and menthol-two pain-
Always check horizontal lines before : be made by hand or machine to claims to bona fide cases. Further relieving agents known to every doctor-than five

you stitch. Armholes, sleeves, add more decorative features to more congress can amend the law y other widely offered rub-ins. Bcu-Qayacta fast where
neckline and shoulders should be examined i home This In any particular, and is far less you hurt.
your sewing. takes
critically to see if they balance I under union control
new than
on you when you fit the gar only a little time to do, but is merly. for- Abe for pad ... te COIM WJSOI Ate sal*STUBS.
: very effective. Also Art I er IIIWI. -CIJ fee Cttdrea.SenGay.
ment. Check before putting in your You'll find that colored the government has entered
final stitching. Press before stitching threads for contrasting of the decorative Detroit district court in the matter
guide in this. to seek a clarification of
to help you stitches made either by the law.
Thus the chances are the suits
Alterations Involve hand or machine will help immeasurably I
Muy be shorn of their
nationally destructive
in -
Only Simple Adjustments your garments force in one
more attractive. Select way or another.
If your dresses seem too loose and these when you pick out your fab Nevertheless, some industries are
bulky or if they are too tight to rics. compromising out of court wit! the j
feel comfortable, the natural thing mjons

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I British French Form New Bond U. S. Helps

; Aoxtous boUtff S .1$_ t After a few rounds in the rag

elements ta Italy ......: tltsfaat the fourth rate prize fighter was

1 1 GOP Chiefs Push Tax Reduction; SIll from toooossia ebacII CWI thoroughly beaten and ready to
the "'ar. tit: U. 8. crat84 Italy up.

a 100 adios dollar fetS toby "Gowan back in there. You've
11 Ford Takes Leadership
segments of industry and alas got hun licked," urged his man .

took emergency action to root 80- ager.
Baleased by waters I3pr' T '
Han About Town: 000 tons of wheat to the distressed Encouraged the bruiser west :
EDITOR'S: NOTE= Wa a e>hJaas are ezareaatf fa then e.t.n. they are tine efHeatera
How Times Change Dept. Dwin- Kewsaaaer l'aUz.'s sera aaaly.y sad CM stessarilv ef tub aewgap.,-> country. back in. And at the end of tse
: U. S. action climaxed Premier At seventh round, bloody and wefcfeiy.
ling and .
payrolls: no jobs are send O'Z"' ---ft "'S
ing more vets back to school that cide de Gasperi's whirlwind negotiations he was catapulted half way Met of

tver; 1947 will be the most wits with Washington for speedy the ring by his opposes "Am I s

rated year of an times. Excerpt 'assistance. The lean, bespectacled still winning!" he asked Ms man-
Italian head of state flew to thisI ager.
from Nevada: "Businesi
acre dropped terribly in all lines" I shake for help as his regime was "Sure!" said tfee manager. "Ytw ;

Our bar fell off 100 per cent likewise f j 1 food by riots.continued unempJoymatand got him licked to fraa: ."

dining department I am nan The U S. advanced 100 million "It-en," declared tike hraEser,
sole owner and may become Janitor from the Export-Import bank on the crawling out of the ring "I o A
too. Hear it's all thBouatry. "
over winner!
stipulation that the Italian government -
For what reason I do not E
could maintain political sta-
tnow." Boston
clergymen pro-
b.ty: and also provide for other
jested the new dime fare there.
Imports needed to make the nathn's -
they argue fewer people go tc work. CLASSIFIED I
,t economy
inarch on the Sabbath as a result. { ,
rJ Heeding: de Gasperfi plea that
Woolworth's on 44th and Broadrty DEPARTMENT '
Italy was scratching the bottom of
now is offering toy trains al its larder and was in need of substantial
121. Dime store, eh? Cap.tolKonoraists
before the next harvest
!... ,
predict a hot .summer ,, the U S. diverted to Italy sis Ain AMERICAN JOBS
preceded by a receded spring. It ships bearing grain destined for Hew to apply. EoiroTaAD gtirfields.
kwon, hold your government Iwadt.t SI.00. m.o CS).
Germany Dot. S. B.. IS%. BMU* 1. NaraSi1SCELLANEOtS
fft'l1 need them more than praps. _

5 CAKOL: ---- -
Manhattan Morals: The Bowery !'T End of a ProjectIn BACKACHE
jewel market {near Canal
staatlv with Erar'c Presto ItuneBt. fie *
,, \ and Hester streets) which resells negotiating an agreement with day trial moneykeaiedG __.Scad _
i gems eoat&ln1nIlcn1nr inriptloas. the Canadian government for disposal !T order AillaeriDe.Ala.

I .. Mementoes of dead of the Canol oil project In PARACHI'TE released tram Ute. PIaIIa

. romances. The weather observatory Governor Ellis ArnsH (at lift) faces Herman Talmadge (at Yukon territory, the U S. closed and KITE MuctroctMB PARACHl'TE 50c. It' Ia.RELEASE no *taicpt..

atop the Times Bldg. right) in executive office in Atlanta, Ga., as Utter claims post left the book on one of the most controversial test: 111t1a 5& __PvrtsBiMU. OhJ

t tower. The many old-law open by death of biz father. (See jUIIANCE developments rising
t tenements on Tenth Ave.-with- from the needs of World War XL _SEEDS. PLANTS ETC.

out bathing facilities. The ferred that they; could be paid out of Condemned as a "costly blunder Black DUBW watermelon we*.CarSfte.
" : comm Attatta seed.Mime tins eaaeas.Gas
kerrikters who haunt Union increasing production of goods, by the senate war investigating Black's Seed c.. .ia....". Okia
Square A Britain-France the committee last September 1, Canol
: pushcart peddler with workers sharing rising -- -
who sells was built by the army to furnish a
"mafic" roots that profits.
r Traditional allies against Germany convenient of fuel for in
to source use Buy and Hold YourU.
are supposed be love potions, With prices away up and buyers
and a torban'd gent who sells Great Britain and France hesitant to pay for inflated values, the Alaskan zone. Though petroleum
renewed old bond in Londonby I oil S. Savings Bonds
prophecies" for a nickel. their American industry stands at the experts reported that resources t
agreeing to a treaty of affiance near Fort Norman were "very limited
crossroads. Ford said. Bring prices jl === -- -
to guard against a rebirth of an aggressive within reach of the average consumer ," the army drilled wells there = ,
The Press Box: Marshall is thi reich. and erected a 600-mile pipeline to

burth secretary of state within two Though the alliance ostensibly the U. S.through may wen mass avoid production a business and a new refinery at Whitehorse.By HEAD : 1

foars. Apparently peace also has its ras directed against Germany, ob- recession. he declared. With em- persisting in development of

tasualtles. Can't figure out why tervers saw in the pact a strengthening ployee efficiency on the rise, Ford Canol In the face of stiff congressional -
!bat ;
handful of pressmen (who of the western European powers revealed that his company is turning opposition the army brought COLDS'DISCOMFORTS

stayed away for a few days, stopping against the expanded influence out about 4,000 units a day, ex- the ensuing wrath upon its own ;

the Miami papers) didn't pause 3f Russia on the continent With clusive of buses and tractors. head. Built at a cost of more than Relieved Modem
k> by Way
think of this: Their stoppage Britain and France serving as a 53 million dollars, Canol failed as At the first 4
sniffle or easeae of a heed
tidn't stop salaries of staffers or core, smaller nations like Holland FOOD: a big producer from the start and cold many young mothers now rub oa
printers only newsboys and old and Belgium might adhere to the private Interests hesitated to risk PENETRO or qoick.ctmc relief./ ..so
fcen and women newsstand-keepen western bloc to check the threat of Full Larder Its operation in peace. Hence the dean and white eo pleasant to ase-*od

rho took the shellacldng Answer joznmunisui. Sugar, cooking and salad oils and agreement to sell the facilities on so affective PENETRO"S moderntype -
,medicated release at to
me this, If you can. Every In concluding their alliance, Britain many processed foods containingthese the spot, dismantle them for pIece- help open up the vapor nostrils and one soolbsnroar
police station in New York City features and France agreed to work for ingredients may be in short meal disposal or abandon them. braaihiag paaaa aa,dear UN bead,
two green lamps outside. Buihose the orderly development of western supply in 1947 but otherwise Americans bafp gniet cocfhm|; rf colda.PEKETRO .
{ at police headquarters aren'tted GIVES YOU tin boron
European economy to promote mutual are assured of a full larder pprorad mutton Meet faatora and duti& -
11 World Armed I ;
at Camp
night For I
the dratCme this the National Grocers Bul- an
prosperity and at the same time year, :Bwdicatioo rub ia to belp breakup 1
In 12 years the police Som.italoner prevent establishment of a strongIndustrial letin reported.A the local: ctmf eatioD and relieve
has the 40 reporters (at amrular enreasee,ifs chat cold de..
headquarters) an his base for war in Germany. roundup of the food industry Russia bar ft least ,000,000 troops ope. And Fenetzo *<

Rate acting as press Emphasis was placed on harmonizing resulted in these predictions: massed behind the iron curtain,according hours enooarafea r.tlWaIeep.Mo3ar> I
Igents. him .
high. Quote cd the British and French economies MEAT Per should to estimate by M*;. Hal D.Stewart mothers everywhere are changing from i
: capita supplies an
tie week: Bilbo's blast to news pho old-fa Kiftp <] f Tt -- f to dean whit
"tographers' : "Don't you people have to remove trade co&Skts and include 68H pounds of pork 68 writing '* the semiofficial ft i
icy e'tldcsl" harnessing essential German industry pounds of beef 9 pounds of veal Armored Catalry Journal. PENETRQKRUBMILES
like coal, to the needs of neigh- and 5Vi pounds of lamb and mutton. I Major Stewarfs estimate of Soviet
boring countries.CONGRESS\ made in article -
military strength UM an
Beginning of the End Dept.: POULTRY: The number of farm- )
A Washington reporter said I raised poultry promises to be up 5 on the sire of postttar argots
Taft "isn't the most photogenic : to 7 per cent and commercial broiler I Drttting his figures mainly from tear 1 -

aspirant for the 48 presidential< TaX'Minded I production up 15 per cert With ex- department intelligence reports, be $; .

Domination and that U be isn't Standing pat on their determina- ports lower' there should be suffi- I pointed out that his compilations may
cient eggs despite an 8 per cent j not be wholly accurate because of tbd
more polite his pix may make :JOn to scale personal income taxes "
him look sillier." Seems Taft nrf trim the 1947- drop in production. j secret employed by tome coumirtetin \t/!: tlllAI'/
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y and others were asked (by pho- 48 budget of unnec- DAIRY PRODUCTS: Despte i : ."- i -,.
togs) to stand a little closer fort essary frills GOP somewhat smaller milk output. supplies '" %

shot, and he irritably barked: icuse leaders of dairy products should:: be %it. .J W' J J ar Uttla LITTLE",_" rf PILLS caa-

"Too had better take the picture massed to push adequate to meet demands. fort. .a Uttl,but bow
as we are or dan't take through a 20 perrent FRESH"EGETABLES: P.cy tkey caa harp brUbtn rev day wbaai
TOO reed aa orraalnnai but)..! So-
any! The lads took a walk. cut proposed i lower prices. why -blaaf your aeaaitl -rhrtem e
f ay 1 -frE'Sentafu'eKnutso FRUITS: Record volume with powarfal purcatlea Yves>
LIttle Pills work with 790. teat!, but
Memos to the Editor: Stalin i Hep GR.FOODS: Bumper ctips -i rmly ... bats ftm f.. bettar aunt .
:Srontyko and Novikov were invited II mD.). assure ample stocks of fl: or Mad by tb* vtaiara ADu-seits.r.
Get s packafta tress
to attend or send representatives! tt&e With t Republicans hot and cold cereals speghett' and today. LIoN-Not your M ba drug Mad store beabdomteal

Report from the World Forurr cautious about corr sirup. paia or atbar aynptosaa ttappaaulicitia

at Cleveland. Not one R.S.V.P paring; military ex.Tenditures CANNED FOODS: Producer is r Lw.w ara OfUjp pcwaLTab .ainet.a

Have the lIe de Prance anr ;>> because expected to reach: record figure of MOM. Lt+antarke.lac. Ulhart fat
other French liners been taken oft 3t the ur.sett.ed 600 million standard cases com- t\
their runs to rush troops to French vend situat : .in, pared with 514 million in IMS itiling the true strengtb ot tbft'

Indo-Chma Publishers President Truman's1budget armed forcrs.In \If.
arE Eve the sugar situatiaD WIn! not linttftiiiBeware
did not all U.H'P.(>00 men -<,
rushng to secure the U. S. right be K 1 the Bulletin said. At 35 i, tome -
tor Hermann Hesse's books. He't cave too much women are under arms, Mftor SUvarisaid.
pounce; per capita supply sug-
the Nobel prize wineer in literature :van for tmkermg Next to Russia, the Chines Nationalist .
ar wiL be at least pounds more
\s result. GOP
ft. few weeks ago few knew his a than in 1946, and use of substitute government maintain the
name. Sarah Churchill's male :enders planned to sweetening agents win help increase largest army with 2JOOJ900 regain Coughs
lead in "When concentrate on the u-Me tbe Chinese Communists ftrn
in Rome" (new being production of prepared desserts,
Aimed there) is TuOk Carmmti .IK"OD'1eIt estimat- Knntson cake mixes chocolate and cocoa a force of 1000000. from eaax G8I4s
who quit the U.S. for "My ?d at 34 billion Taber ; condensed milk jams and jellies Britain rates third with IJQGjLrfa
Beloved Duce." (Remember Pear. dollars and con- troops and the United Statet ftefftffSuitb That Hang On

Harbor!) F. Stnatra and tuttiggie onue the current' high excise ..I.' .fS GEORGIA; 1,300,000. Ahbofb a tmJi notion
3D liquor furs, jewelry and other CreozsaUon xcBetca be- .
: spooMT wffl have it Renog Yugoslavia bas 890/HtO r9 tmt- pnccoCy "
:terns. i I Chip Off Old Block CUM tt coes tisSst ta UM tea}CIl tbo 1
tested. In dets say "nothing form indudinf 80&Q uemctt. troaJil to baS loosen and expel
to the Farky ......." N>-K-> Representative Tafeer (Rep.. N. I With "Old Gene" gore, "Young prm I& m DUem, azxS Ilk! ts5or- 1
swindle cae Jtemy CoHins' i Y.). chaa-man ol the bwse appro- Herman" kept alive the fiery Tal- FEED: ta not&a sad heal nv. ade:. ta-

vas next to the Dane men wr.o e* Dna OM committee, asserted the madge tradition in Georgia politics. Good Supply lamed brace: Ten U-onttfat rocrfirGsCit mucous to sa men- I
:aPf'C' !. Sophie CunbeJs boy midget could be reduced at least : When his father died before he a tottlt of Cncxsalslca with the ca-you
lay and l.(utse Jarvis have it badBeen i M 4 bfitxm dollars, still assuring j could be inaugurated, young Tal- Farmers can count on ample supplies 6eos s af yoa issst Lxa: the'ty ttGcte&r
going steady for too night rscectud expeaditures and allowing madge mustered sufficient supportin of feed grains for livestock fSin tta coaja cr:: JOB sn
ww. tar a payment on the national the legislature to have himself through the current feeding year, to txve yocr money frnif.

debt Slash a cut would bring the tamed governor; then defying in- the Feed Industry council concluded CREOMULSIONSTNU

Sallies !in Oar Alley: Andy budget in bee with the decrease in cumbent-Governor Arr.aH, who held after a comprehensive study. ftLQ1ztCcI&RroaCt1tfs

Rassell relays this Holljireird revenue resulting from the 20 percent his election Illegal, he set up his Total requirements of 109.465,000tons
conversation. One gal shin tax slash. I own offices in the state capital of grains and miD feeds should -

pcrrd: "I bear she's happily- Meeting young Talmadge's bold leave a carryover of 16,620.000 tons =14- OSI -(.

married. "I gfddit." giggled FORD: challenge Arnall carried the issue to at the end of the crop year. the

another, "Separated, eh!". Production Lead the state supreme court dominated council said. A breakdown showed
Item: "Ex-Sen Wheeler and by his own appointees. But again estimated needs of 33,250.000 tons
Son Open Law Office firm Declaring that the high standardof Herman struck back by threateningto for swine; 24,502,000 tons for poultry m MH Mto MI turn M
American based adverse court decision 22, 23.000 tons for dairy cattle -
name, 'Wheeler L W'bteJcr.' living was upon ignore an : RHEUMATISM31Iutll
In Songs Dances and !.Men.otrnous mass production. Ford Motor company on the grounds that the cccstiti- ; 14,03,000 for beef cattle; 967- $-waAGt)
Salias.Mathattaa slashed the price cf tine models ticn empowered the legislature to 000 tons for sheep and lambs. and

from $15 to $SO to stimulate a elect a governor and a denial of the ,:50 tons for horses and mules.In .

cautious buyers' market right represented judicial encroachment : contrast to the adequate sup

Morals: Ladies.1 t-t Thus did Henry Ford n, youthful i: epos the legislative branch of plies of feed grains, the council

ilmung tas th.y are lauc' mgi\ president cf the famed auto com- i governmentAmid: estimated a deficit in stocks of high

ailed I stroDi .g near the sw tStk ,. f&ay, steal a march on organized the hub-bub ore curt fact protein feeds. However, the experts i

A'-entre brtels-se! w..tr. ci 0;: labor on the eve of negotiations for I emerged: Young Talmadfe had averred that the price situation
DD leas' ...- ": :sew contracts and set the pace for demonstrated political leadershipand would tend to balance the supply ..r1'tga.etlesi

Pales Ii \' rn cv. .. Jteals .\ Industry generally. As labor wai tot was a power to be reckoned and cause a more careful use d 5*aumea astfnatteasr m sou a
t"h <:-' .' ramor for higher wales Ford in- I with In Georgia plitics. high quality protein by feeders. I St.tra

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appear facetious; I only think that I situation as he described It. For over eight thousand people will I An added feature of the after '
GLADES COUNTY the importance of the mill is so I a mill is not being moved in its peak on his life experiences. (Continued on Page 6) -,)

DEMOCRATMOORE great that the minor inconvenienceswe :'entirety only so much of It as .
may be called upon to endure will be necessary to make possiblethe
HAVE FLORIDA because the mill Is located- so close erection of a mill of somewhat

to town will be offset a thousandfold larger capacity. That means new
Entered a* second-class matter. May i
at 1921 at the Postofflce at Moore by the advantages to us. We're i equipment must be bought a lot HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN
Haven. Florid' under the Act of a farming community and while of it. and anyone who has tried to
Centres of March I. 1IJ7. the farmer may have a bed of i purchase any machine parts in the

sweet-smelling roses in his garden, I last couple of years can realize the 'D MILKAnd
' Published Every Friday By he endures many other odors not task they've faced. Yet except fora
THE CO. !. .
so sweet in his pursuit of a living. few items all this has been purchased -
CARR SETTLE. PBblisber Other Alfai Products
We never have been, nor can we and all should be under order -
I ever hope to be a tourist center. in a couple of weeks. I i
Snbseriptl. RatestO I Yet the mill when built, odors, soot I feel like the mill will be built: !j AVAILABLE AT YOUR
e lear S2JW and aU, will bring more tourists to that it will be under construction|'.
'I I
BU M...fc. -_______ '1.:5: our community than we had ever within sixty days and that cane will GROCERY AND
dreamed of having. be ground in the mill sometime

There are certain odors, at dvriag the 1947-48 season. And DRUG STOREALFAR
\HOFf ICIPIM. TIMMI times connected with the manufacture as far as the odors are concerned

of sugar which. are extremely I still think they'll be wonderful.

Those who have been engaged la unpleasant when the sludge is .

Moving trash and junk off their pumped into open pits and allowed Industrialist Will
premises are reminded that a junkyard to sour in the son. But this can and
Is maintained by the city probably wiU be eliminated. So far Speak In LaBelleOn
frrtheast of town toward the levee as the soot ia concerned Mr. Cald- JILw '

.ad. all such hub should be plac- well says the smokestacks will bo February 2nd
.i well back on this plot. Some of two hundred feet high and the

M has bees damped on private breeze will blow most of the Htt 1.- (Hendry County News Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and
property recently and has caused soot there ia on across town; and
considerable Inconvenience to the with the burning of bagasse as fuel R. G., (Bob) LeTonrneau, industrialist West Palm Beach, Fla.

vmera. It'. nice to see that you're there won't be too much of a soot' and manufacturer, inventor -
dealing rid of and designer of heavy machinery -t
up and getting some nuisance anyway. Consequently i
*f tfcfe unsightly trail from the I'm not worred too much about that' will appear in LaBelle on I
; Sunday Feb. 2, at 3 p. m., speak -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -
city; Just be more ear '" about job with the umbrella.
where it ia placed.4EANDERINGS. ing at the First Baptist Church.
I was a little surprised, also thata Everyone has been urged to at
few people came away from that ,
meeting a little dubious, still about tend.Mr. ,
LeTouraeau who in eleven I -. >;
the mill because Mr. Caldwell, in ,- ij : ,
years has progressed from a "one-i
his references to the mill being :
tool" garage mechanic to owner of ; "' -i!
moved, didn't always that it
By. Carr Settle say a large five factory corporation doing :
was being moved to Moore Huen-
a yearly business of over twen-i
simply -to "Florida." I think it <
millions dollars and
ty employing .
Last Friday when the officials of quite likely that if the situationwere 1- :

the proposed sugar mill met at the reversed and I was moving a
courthouse with as many growersas plant from Florida to. Abbeville,
could be contacted in a few hours, La., that it would be natural for T\ DEED J- ; -

:Mr. Caldwell spoke of the possible me to refer to it as "moving to -, _,J.OI'i ..., .., ,,"" -,.:- ... t ,'
disadvantages to the town of the Louisiana" at least until I got fa- NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that -- "" ;
M S THOMPSON, holder as aMpne -
soot from the mill smokestacks and miliar with the name, Abbeville. of Everglades Drainage District Tax ., ..;.
r .
the odors incidental to manufactureof Certificate numbered 301. dated the ,., ;.. :+
Personally I think his statement :lOth day of June. A. D. 142. baa filed '_--_-_- ,:J. .
sugar and when, a little later Ed that he was moving the mill here said certificate In my office and has '
Frferson asked me what acreage I was as straightforward a state- made application for tax deed to Issue (, I
thereon In accordance with law.
was going to plant replied that I ment as any business man could Said Certificate embraces the following -
wouldn't hare time to raise any cane make under like circumstances. The described property, situated In --- .
County. Florida, to-wit:
for I'd be holding an umbrella over surprising thing to me is that the North Half of Tract 1C. Section
Moore Haven to keep out the soot. project has moved as far along as 13, Township 42 South. Range 92
I didn't mean to wisecrack or,it apparently has considering the assessment of said property ender PREFABRICATED HUTMENTS
said certificate Issued waa in the
name of Unknown. I =
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed delivered to your lot in r:
according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the :Ird day of this area. You unload. ):-J::
February A. D. 1J47.
Dated this 1st day of January 1)47. Takes about 1 hr. time. f
Clerk ,Circuit Florida.Court GladesCounty Truck loads: Four 16's t2"OO P

THESE QUESTIONS ABOUT Jan. 3, 10 17 24. :21. or two 48's or two 163 -4

and one 48. Mail check .. '" ..._.__

ARMY ENLISTMENT now, delivery in 10 days. 'i

These are govt. hutments, all wood construction, pine I

rr floors, novelty pine siding, 90-lb. roll roofing, windows, ,
!! Mark R. Tennant doors and screens. They make excellent tourist cabins,

Lleeased cottages, tenant houses, farm buildings, or storage
I rooms. You can re-erect these in a short time as theyare

( t ; Real Estate Broker delivered in 16-ft. sections, ready for assembly.G. .

I 60? Congress HUg. Miami Fla. ,
Glades and Hendry Counties



Q. What educational benefit* Jo I set Under the CI Bill of Right

A. If you serve honorably on active duty for a period of 90( days,
one day of which is served between September 16, 19-10. and the LUMBER.I
date of termination of the present war, or you are discharged ;
because of an actual service-incurred injury or disability incurred .
within that first 90-day period of service, you are upon
discharge,entitled to one year of education in the college,trade
? or business school of your choice for which you can qualify. In
I addition, each month of active duty, including the first three
: prior to the termination' of the war, entitles you to another I
month of post-service education, up to 43 months.
I Your tuition, laboratory fees, etc. up to $ OO per ordinary
school year will be paid by the government. Also, you will receive :
$G5 a month living. allowance $90 a month if you have y .
dependents.Q. -

; What about family allowances? --it'
A. For men enlisting or reenlisting now, family allowances-will PLENTY OF :<- -
continue until six months after the war is officially; ended. ;f

1 Q. What art my thane of going overseas? ,

A. If you enlist for 3 years, you may select to serve in any over Framing 2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8s, etc. ,; -1
seas theater which has openings, especially Japan or Korea.

: Q. Can I still choose the branch of service I want to serve in? 1x3 Long Leaf Yellow Pine Flooring Dry Kilned

h.A.. Yes. You can pick any branch which has quotas to be filled, if ;St
1 you enlist for 3 years.Q. --

It ihtn any way t tan resold in my oU grade ; 6" Siding, Long Leaf Yellow Pine t

A. Yes you can, if you reenlist for a 3-year; term within 20 days

.. after your' honorable discharge. -- ," SHEETING--1x4, 1x6, 1x8 Tongued and Grooved
Q. Is there any other way /can rnlut in fraJt? '
; '* 1x5 1x10 Square-Edged
A. Yes,if you held one of certain military occupational specialties, j
and were discharged on or after May 12, 19.5, you can reenlist
: in a grade depending on the length of time you held the desired NAILS DOOR

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Yrar Regular! Army Serves the Nation ".. .Hrh1J1fI.rTa):_ Alderman Lumber Co. t

aid Minkiad ii War tad Peace

DUST. NOW AT YOUR NEAREST U. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION '\.. 1-4 Mile South Express Depot, Clewiston aWe :

Recruiting Office Leon Buildingi .
.U S. Army ,
I ... Deliver In Half Load Quantities

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" tODDGUDaUUQDQUQ-W< UQQQDDGDD QUIDQQQGQHQH 1- - - r[ Industrialist Will faith and God's influence in his
1I IOf '
I picturesque life make him one
I SCHOOL DAZE I of the most interesting speakers of I
(Continued from Page 4) the day. I

I PERSONAL and SOCIETY -I I STIFF: noon's mass meeting Rill be the I on the place. He said he plans to

j Editor; .. __. __ ???? presence of Mrs Dorothy M. Strat- engage in farming. 'i
as late Kditor IVettie KoblnsonIK beam, lyric soprano, known la I
I'c OJT _____ .. _--- ,- ????TT Baptist religion circles as the
4oti' fi+}G r?4 G {.r .rs4{ f ris'+rriinliir.'--.'.."'-5 p8}+r40 s' }iZfi.Gi-/ -'f"Itrt: --. Char- Clajtou "Gospel Vcgatia ;ale of A-'ca"j, I

Mrs. G. M: Phillips of Naples-I )1Loul8e Moore of Bradeatonpent I Tommy daymanPwoi who will sine ill gRist soloist. FOR S.1LIOee milk cow See J. -

spent the week-end with Wednesday ten to attend *rti* Opal ItanlersonhatbJeeen Advance information regarding W. Nelson at ACL bridge, MtoetaHva 't
ther, Mrs. J. C. Swindell. I the J. W. Cram fosters McLaughhnCams )lr. LeToaraean handed oat by Dr la*.

Dave Cram of Tampa was here, Mr and Mrs. E. 8. Wood and *!..* liver' __ T. Jean I>upreTyaJN C. B. Althoff, pastor, reads. "Bob

. OB Wednesday to aUead the fuaerali' ;Mies Wylene Wood of Fort Myers Itatb (1eti e LeToaraeaa wholeheartedly pnr-,
of Us brother, J. W. Cmm. I iMn. i--visited Mr and Mrs. Ralph Wood ____ __ IJHtieItayie Usbtnrsn tines what he preaches. He has TRACTOR AtOP.K W.\XTIrlJ-
Harry Williams of Trentoa i and .... and Mn Mack Greene hall brought realism and practical D. C. Mitchell Moore Have. 1
N. j., Mrs. Gtasjtia Whitaey of Oak i i Sunday Jean inprre Christian living to the people oil mite E. of bridge ttiv.

Hill, W Vu. and H, H Brown off Mrs W. W. Presssey sad Misses Sponsor .. flies Dot \\"ImlZ2mI'il mwte America. Humbly. in an: aapohsh I;
Miami apes the week-end here ..' Kataleea and Vera Preesley of ed but forceful manner aDd in a,
the gaeata of Mr sad Mrs. L. M.Llli. I Fort Myer visited Mr and Mrs. l mechanic's language he has told I I DUIGLINKND TnlTOiCn.Xa'WWk

I C. & Pressley Saaday 'R..HM.\S S.WS: I great audiences; from coast to toast I' wanted by day or eoatnejU
L E. ,tit was ia Jactsoavitieel Mrs Charles Starling sad chil- ( Mildred Close what God can and will do with a. Philip Gray. 18J1 N. Paimw..

last Friday' oa a baalaess trip. (drea of Fort Myers spent last wet-k We can breathe with ease ag un. yielded life. CV1ful illustration, Lake Worth Fla. Jaa 1-1....
Missal- Waaaa Faye Toder and with her parents, Mr. sad Mn W. the semester exams .
are over Almost ---------------
Ireae 8.... t ae are atteadlag Set-' ]L. Bryant ever>oDf. passed them though l3ceNiraeltv
seta Vm1tnlf to eLud, speat test I I'Week. Mr. and Mrs. A, Scbraeder haveas it took quite a lot of stadying
.... trots with their 1aaiIieL their guests Mr and Mrs. Oliver The
Creshutaa class U well
Mr. aad JIlL Toder took Wanda j Schroeder of St. I..... Mo on the basket hall teams represented From where I sit fy Joe Marsh

Faye to A.oa Park Saaday after j Mrs. Albert WUtaaant of 'Tampa with Joyce Click Peggy Stalls, -
toot to Mon back to school with I is spending the Woek as the gaunt Betty Arnold and Auntie Pearl

MeadsMrs. of Mrs R. A. Ahem Bryant playing oa the girt team Sam

Lacy Bowes and Mrs. L. P.f A. L. Morgan of SammerviileGa sad Rupert BaD Baby Bow_. Edward Hackney Reports :

Tract saaiat Tharsday aftoraooa I .. arrived Wednesday for a visit Randall aDd Doyle Scott i
ia Belle... of a couple of weeks with friends playing on the boys team. ( ,, on the U.S.A. .

Mr sad Mrs. w. P Mailer sad sad relatives acre.

taetr gas }II'. and ..... T. H Visitors at the Moore Haven Hotel I'\HPl HOVEl Sam Hackney and the missus time. Individuals who criticize aDjust -

Dooley were visitors la Palm BeachWedassday. this week iacladed Robert Winkler The Latin II class has starteda returned from a trailer trip other's right to speak his mind; '
of Rhva. N. T, Mr and Mrs
Lewis Morgan of Parker: Ind, Mr project to illustrate Oar Heritage around the country. They're tired. enjoy a glass of beer; or work at
Mrs. Aaa Grainger sad baby returned from the Greeks Several interesting and glad to be home but
sad Mrs. Dal Dorst aDd party of mighty any trade he chooses.Bat those are .
BOSS. Sanday after spendinglast booklets have
been made
impressed with what they saw the and we're
Olathe, Kansas Mr aad Mrs Carl exceptions even
week ta Miami
and are now on
They all
Straight of Kent Ohio and D. Rand 1 Ax Sam reports-every section tolerant of them!'
Mr aad Mrs Lester Graff of! baTe something different to make.
J. :::0. King of Batabridge. Ga. has something different; a erFrom where I sit of
i tu
California are here for a Il atlt..) There will be (we hope) a small
visit with J. N Maloy j _r. and Mn W B. Prater aDd Roman house. 2 dolls dressed ia the antwayoftalkingdifferenttaatee ought to make a trip like the
SOB of Frostproof spent the weekend In food and drink different laws to realize firsthand .
Mr sad Mrs. Arthur Bendy ofiHnnttagdoa. I native Greek style, one mss and ; Hackneys-
Indiana, and Mr awl I with Mr and Mn Fred Jeakias. ODe woman a map to show Rome and customs. But bigger than aU how America U bigger than its

Mrs Carton Band of Hollywood and many other iateresttag sabJeets these differences is the Americas many differences...howtolerance
Fla., spent Sunday with Mr. sad, B. W. Dsaktoe of Lakeland a spirit of tolerance that lets us live of those differences is the very
Mrs H I. Robinson former resident of Moore Haven The Spanish class is also going together in united peace. thing that makes os strong. f

Mrs Eddie Waller of Tampa was j ja ''weekMr was in, town for a few days this to contribute some articles to show "Of course.* says Sam, "you run i

visitor here for i { "jptt days the our heritage from SpainSNOOPFII Into WoleraKtt from tin to
Joe van De VeMe the )
!< spent !
first of the week cJoe..I
w, -k end in Miami with her sister
MOliver MooV Mn nook. and.T :
,: ', sister. Mrs. W. M Cole Who does G. M D. think she's Cop-right, 1917['lIUc4 SUUCl Bracers Fetuwforw
got BOW* Coald it be Back -
F.; Calif. broaght her homeunday Collier -
aft raooa. I

II! .! ry Johasoa and Mn Olin I don't know this F. S, but I'll .
,:'e spent the week-end ia Boca bet he wasn't worth giving Dean
d"le: as the smuts of relatives.T ap for Betty A. i

,'Bert Zabrod of Indian Rocks Why is Lola B. so happy"
t' i c:: town this week OB Red CrossM Coaloa't be that a certain Marine is p

!1f'>lS. coming home next month on a
vun 4. V 2 : and Mn J. C. Plammer of seventeen-day' leave or could if FUMING
i Lr; ksville. who are relatives of What two girls are getting together -
"si\i\c. icon\ lie J W. Cram sadly, were here, oa their dreams* Heard the\

. Juda CHI lll'\t this week I were sweet dreams.
:March: of Time- New. i 1 Mrs W. B. Irby Sr..'e( Btock- What three girls at Lak.'p" n I

, stone Va, to visKtag aar sea W. waat Fearaary to harry and roll _

t Tnes k Wed Teh 4-5 | B. Irby and Mn Irby. I around! What's going to happea DAIRY FEED .
; Mrs. R. D. Lyons left the tatter' What two girls ont at LakE '; I
.L.\I\S\I.\X .\\)) L.Bill .\))\ i
i part of last week for a visit with plotting against the other-"
Elliott friends ia Chicago, IIIJIMM Could it be G K. D. and J D"
; Cartoon What certain girl at Palmda'p'! Roughage and Concentrated Feeds _
: \ A .U'N CKI.finit.TIKllJTHl :.... is having bad dreams' Watch it

I >\\ \nTH PAItTVI "Mime"What's Manufactured in Florida for Florida UsersFOR
rhars. Fri. and Sat., FebS; '
I i -- the matter with B A and
Shown 7:A) talljpERIENCE I JUnmie Tann celebrated his B S.* Coald they both Ii ktt h.' SALE IN THIS AREA VT DFIIYDR-MING PL\VT IN ,
|II eenth birthday anniversary with a same boy'Wonder MOORE HAVEN
\ 0 pare at his home Tuesday after- way Joyce C and Geraldine -'I'
A XW noo& L. are oa the warpath with I WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) i iI
Games were played on the lawnand each other? Could Billy R. have
I j m the living room with Keith anything to do with it* I I JIOOKE II\EV, FLOIUD\ j

taking the prise for palling -- - -
j Ewiaf -- :
t the fell oa the donkey and Margaret :MHWTs !

,/ Bovles the the roasotatioa candles prisefterwards the. (Charlotte Clayton ) I .. n.IoMo.mm" >>"
If.fjW \ : oa
Jmmary 21tit 1 1I 1
/" birthday cake were lit. gifts were 1; r.
The Terrtorettes met the
: opened and ice cream and cake ClewIS-J We Are
l ton Tigerettee on their
| !er\ed to the little guests who
HIS FIRST LIYE ACTIOMMUSIAL j in a fast and exciting game Friday I 1
were Sara Cooksev, Mary Lynn
DRAMA! Roberts Sacsnne Fleming, Cheryl Bight Tae scor# was close all c
throagh the with the Terrie- I
Sheridan, Nancy and Margaret game Frigidaire Dealers
: Ho\ :.oS, Jeanette and Clara Matltla.I rettes lending 16-14 at the half I i ii ;
Tummy Woodward Jtmmie Far-I Ctewtstoa paned as in the last
I .BarterWita a basket and the score: I R
I ram Jackie Dorr Keith Ewing
e i n i"\ Ray Hentn Tommy Hatchta-I eaded. Ctewistoa 29, Moore Haven i For the Clewiston-Moore Haven Area ,
'II I lobaaie Sellers Johnnie Taaa ::1
:..1 the honor gnat. Jimmie TaanHONOIts The starting line-ap was: Forwards -I I \\e hope that yon enjoyed our exhibit: at the *nnnlcnoirratir
I. Joyce Click Doris Griffith meeting last night and that the winners of the
I Ii nmTIIIUnn; Opal Raaletsoa: Guards LouiseRaaltiaaa. I y article we rontrit.ote a, prize will derive many years of
1 nnnOOHHnT. I Jessie Branaan and Elsie I y plnaMire from tliem.iu our More in ClewiMon to fee many
i Story y oilier items of hardware and apploX.H I

l \'l aDd Mn Nathan Platt en-, r--- ,, >>: '-": + I

i.uned with a dance at their home I"tm""ox.J.lTY l=
I :.L,.t Saturday night la observanceof Aaswer to last west: Charlotte Home Appliance Company
SOUTH t It -
the bir hda' anniversary of Mrs Clayton PHONE 48 CLF.\\lsTOS. FLOIUDl i
n .bv: Roberts.. A ,.nag man from the Senior !
w Enjoying the pleasant occasion rinse will he ear abject this week
; were )lr. and Mr Fred Sealey. 1Ir.I He Is sheet S' !." sad has brown > .. :
1 I' 3 and Mrs. Joe Hoean Mr aad Mrs.Noah hair with Mae-< I wett-Uted by his classmates i
i \\hi44en. Misses Gladys and very I
labial Adnrtrt Tslti tf, Dela Mae Gaan, Mimes Hazel and aad aB the kids
t I Jewel 1 lAb Plan. Mn BllUe Lee His favorites are:
LEREMUS.r I Miss AJdall McDuffie. Misses ions Hobby: Athletics.
VA i and Mary Jean Harrtaoa Tobte Fed: Fried chicken
j i Brewer. Ted Tati bur i J J. igffJas. Coleman & Fry
ml lAlla aid luau
Woodrow '..-plu. Lawrence Skew, Mrs J. Palmer of Sarasota; JS.
WATSDI. om McUJ6Q I Bennie Williams. Raleigh Mathto. :
JAMES imm tUNA Robert Perrls Heenaa Platt aadGeorge
en of Bradeaton. J. B. Remiae sad
MTTDI BOUT CKSCCU! I Palow Ted Taylor sad p, L. Grocery of Johnson City GENERAL CONTRACTORS

(!' Nathan Platt furnished mask for Tea., and 8. )(. Toley of Blae-

eu#. ( round and KB are daariag. few W \"..
\ i A barbecue pork sapper with Plo Oe rda. -------

tui;,_ ake aM eofto was served.I Stardust.Baa .
,.. :J"nil 8b: !n Commercial and Residential ConstructionWILL
tilU $ ;t''Uatbtk I n-iuv \i>iToasF Lsator: Cia Miller
ldlait1W Actor: Atom. Led*.
-inn Ito i f F Among visitors at \\':::i.iins Actress: Jane ..... i:
Sum li litulit Hooting Le this west were C. Girt: A blonde. ON .\\\ JOB I
I.lit In 111. D. Merlin. J. 4. Hall E. (':rborae. pee T-C !E

.... John Nagle G. Christisr' E Martin > Jot think of the faaatest boy i.'I .
u.YOO K laiy ;
all of Tampa; G. Farm* tlw Oalst dams aad yoa will know I Phone 188 Cle\v stonI
-= Miami C. Wian T. Brtder, F.'I I Just' who lie Is. I : .
Jenkins. L Knight J Land and Mi -- I
i Ferris of LexingVa: K> ; Mr aDd PlTROWSsI OCR ABVH11. EEC



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I moesv Gem of ThoughtIF
'ai'LgL 50 ? Washington 11t4J1011U i

---- YOU ever expect to get any-

Discretion generally comes Taws start today right from
to a person after he is too old Korea a Sore Spot in where you are. Those who wait

for it to do him any good. Reaotitekla a more favorable sign seldom

The old narrow trails, get started.
where two ears could barely Far Eastern PoliticsBy Speak tint cheering word. Brims

pass without bumping, have WASHINGTON just out ret of inmbint ioto.Isle

been replaced by 50-foot high- beset with gloom and you but doss

ways where six or eight cars BAUKHAGE By Walter Shoed tometbing really worth ubile.

, can pile up at one time. WHU CorrupoadatWirt An honest man is the noblest
News Analyst *nd Commentator.VNtfSeVvlce .
work of God.Pope.We .
It's all right to put your best
foot forward, but you won'tgo : 1616 Eye Street,N.W., followed their activities so closely ? Pjibsffon Bursa are so much accustomed to
far if you don't follow with Washington, D. C. I through all these years. Then Dr Hit ET St. N. W. disguise ourselves to others thatat

the other one. WASHINGTON. "Reveal the Rhee went on to explain that with length we disguise ourselves

!secret clauses in the Yalta agree- I cooperation of the military government Big Business SqueezingOut to ourselves.-Rochefoucauld.

Man is that foolish creature Tn.nt... and the at least five attempts bad Small Enterprises Don't leave a thing half done
--- ----
who shortens his life by working American people been made to set up a national government unless you discover it isn't
too hard to acquire things ; that each time the Com
will demand a v t N ONE of and illuminating worth doing.
the most bitter -
that further shorten his life. tree and ir dependent munists had blocked it by refusing [
Korea" to Join and because of the directives reports ever to be filed
nth congress, a house subcommitee -
under which the military government
That is what
you : on small business declares in ef-
was forced to operate-no government
near from l.e was permitted in which the ''ect that the freely competitive private -

earnest group of Communists did not participate. enterprise system about which
e Koreans and 1I hear much is but myth.
*e so a
"They (the Communists)
Americans tV J I
t I they have 20,000 members in the :Jnless seething is done to end
Kill be a
monopolies and concentration of
southern area-what right have 20-
tearful but hope- :conomic power, warns the com-
000, if there are that many (which
ful farewell to
ntttee there will be eventual
their beloved I doubt), to interfere with the rightsof
18 million Koreans in the southern jrship and control by government
leader and friend
-- such as is now taking place in Eng-
-the venerableDr. zone! asks Dr. Rhee.
and and France.
In the secret agreement at Yalta,
Rhee-as Syngman he departs Bankhare Dr. Rhee asserts : "President This five-man congressional subjommittee -
Roosevelt that Manchuria and of three Democrats and
for "the land of the morning agreed
calm" for the second time since his Northern Korea be placed in the ;wo Republicans headed by Congressman Look! Muffins Made
zone of the Soviets. This was contrary Kefauvre of Tennessea,
wile 40 Dr. Rhee'a followers -
consider years ago.him the legitimate U the spirit of the Atlantic after weeks of testimony, spreads With Mincemeat!

Charter and the other agreements r the record in 432 printed pages
WIlD CONSTIMTION makes you feel !head of the provisional Korean government to that time. When the American .ie unsuccessful fight for the pastSO Easy a* tierfeWef **i...., feel
yank u ttt dlektas,brings oa stomach set up by those leaders for-
pMt, sour tait*. gassy discomfort, tunate enough to escape when Japan people realize this, I am sure sentiment years to stop monopoly and economic KeSogg's toasted All-Bran and mincemeat -
tak Dr. CaldwcQ's famous mtdida will develop that will make it concentration. It declares, taste like Christmas cake!
to quickly poll the trigger on buy "-- lealt Korea its final, crushing blown become 'either we must believe in, and I cup KeUog('. >-. cup sugar
possible for Korea to a nation -
sards" tad help yon fed bruit ud : 1903. I All-Bran 1 err
chipper again. I again. I am going back to take the steps necessary to make *i cup milk 1 cup sifted flour
Presidents of the United States possible a competitive enterprise 1 prepared 3 baking
DR.CALDWIU.1 B the wonderful senna I Korea with that hope. cup teaspoons -
lazatrr contained good old Syrup duce Theodore Roosevelt'a time, I system, or we must give it up, bity mincemeat powder
Pepsin to mike it to easy to tak*. state department and other govern- Senate Bathed in bit, year by year." 2 tablespoons shortening \t teaspoon wH
MANY DOCTORS use pepsin nent officials have been consistently
The report, filed with the
just Combine
Mutual AdmirationThere Kettogg's All-Bran. mr\
tiozL.1A prescriptions to make the median sympathetic and stubbornly un-
mar palatable and acreabl* to JCth congress, charges: and mincemeat. Let took about I
is distinctive brand of
take. So be aura your laxative Is con woperative with the effort of this a political minute Blend shortening and sugar.
tamed in Syrup Pepsin. inflagging patriot to obtain recognition humor often buried In that That our economy as now prac- Add egg; beat well. Stir in All-Bran
:iced operates in a vicious circle- and mincemeat.Add sifted dry Ingre
remarkable and unread (and
; INSIST ON DR. CALDWCU'S-the fa- of his country. They did not largely dients. Stir only until
liquid and
rants of millions for 50 years,and fed Crown on his return to Korea when frequently turgid) document, the that both Big and Little Businessall Ingredient are combined nil greased drY
1 that wholesome relief from coostipseon. Record. : for free competitive enterprise muffin
It was "liberated" by the defeat of Congressional pans two-thirds full. Bake in
EnD finicky children Ion it. but Big Business works constantly hot
obstacles In The Republican recommendationthat moderately oven (400 F.) about
Japan. They put no
CAUTION:VII only as directed. toward monopoly and con. 25 minutes.Makes luscious muSc!
the way of his choice as head of senators meet !in formal sea
sion three times week Monday :entration of controls, and stifle I c.... Netrltlea.
the group which set up a provisional only a ,
: tion that enterprise is I TM Ul-Bn. i*
: DLCHDMi'SSENNA government of Korea. They permitted Wednesday and Friday, devoting ompet< so t made tram tea ,
that group to send an observer the other two days to com- 10 longer really free; I vireo OUTER:

; LAXATIVE to the U. N. but when Dr. Rhee mittee work recently touched off a That government points the finger I LIYERiatdaetLd.a w..e.t-.r..
returned from Korea in Decemberf typical exchange between Republicans it monopolies, but neglects to enforce .. aaL"COLD

i Co..fAlHlI" SYRUP PEPSIN ) last year his efforts to make his and Democrats on the senate laws such as the Sherman and

i nice heard before the international floor. Both parties conjured lightly Clayton acts aimed at anti-trust

3ody were blocked by the state department with the names of founding fathers. ractices and restraint of trade;

tg ukase, "No official stand Majority Leader Wallace White of BUG"COTHIM
of rREUEFDFPAlNll( ing." Maine began by opining that an exception hypocritical ?

miseries, Today Korea is a nation to the Monday Wednesday. That congress flays government 1v
St :t: 9y the 38th parallel. The North Friday rule should perhaps be made agencies for failure to enforce these HELP EASE:

\ order Russian control, is separatedby for Lincoln's birthday (which fallson aws and then refuses or neglectsa ACHINSCHEST iiJ'

tiH the Asiatic model of the Iron Wednesday this year) so that ; provide the money and person-

tI Curtain and no real Korea government Republican senators could, as h. leI necessary for their enforc nent; MUSCLE
I 1Get exists in the Southern half, put it, "have opportunity to go to That business criticizes government -
their homes and elsewhere to make interference and regulation,

their customary, and I think proper :3ut: pressure groups in labor, agriculture -
speeches on Lincoln's birthday." and business force govern- MENTHOLATUNIQ"4'

He added that provision, too, mightbe nent interference and protection

1 made for Washington's birthday hen the same business monopolies

Senator White then recalled that step on their toes; For Your Future BuyU.

I rubber heel comfort a0 the Democrats usually have eithera That the public deplores and fears

Jackson Day or Jefferson Day n ation. depression boom and S. Savings Bonds

all over your feet. dinner, for which they might wantto oust, but Big Business monopoly

for SOLES be excused from the senate. and a "s.o-vival of the fittest" polly -
as well as
Minority Leader Barkley was
: in our enterprise system brings
agreeable. Said he: "So far as Lincoln about periodic depressions, eyeletf LUMBAGOTORMENT

Heels byOSalllvao. Day absenteeism is concerned, ) boo and bust and Inflation;
we have no objection to any deviation:
That the government spends billions
from this (the MWF
program ?
of dollars of the peoples'money
r rule) that would permit our friend to battle depression with :
to get back to Lincoln"
public works and unemployment
The Record records as follows:
:ompensation SORETONE Liniment*
Mr. Barkley: I think the closer
the party gets back to Lincolnthe That people lose more billions in Heating Pad Action

Rhee -nearer, it will come to :nigh prices during periods of inflation Gives Quick Relief!
Syngman Jefferson. I think there will and depleted savings, unem-- .
Wants to Tell Secrets be no difficulty about ployment and depressed property T* ret quick tenth relief from the miterj Iflabaao.
.SMJSCM and back ache*due to ftumand
ing for Washington's birthdayand values during depressions.Thus exposure me Samoa knuantf. wads for
still administered by the U. S. military for Lincoln's birthday. So the vicious circle works, with skis ipeoai. purpose. '
This is due, Dr. those who loudest for a chance Coauin* special nibe/acient ingredients *.*.
far as Jackson is concerned, cry Ing like: glowing warmk from a keatinf JIlL
Rhee says, to the same lack of of- the Democrats have always to "go back to a free enterprise Fresh Mood is sanded tt superficial sun at.Sorooa .

Scial sanction from the state depart- celebrated Jackson Day on the system without government bureaucratic not delighted stands money out for beck r..JOc.effector Economy*results.six it

ment which the aging doctor has 8th of January, today, which is interference" rankingas tlM. ,
ought since Pearl Harbor. the day of the Battle of New the very ones who shackle free Try Soectone Ice Addete't Foot. USa i2 %

"All we ask is that we be allowed Orleans.Mr. competitive: enterprise and eventually typo of common fungi-MCMUct! ?.** f
Oft" UJ nrtr. *b Mtftutm.*.*..
Always rely M t this great nA for to hold elections to set up in the White: I think the senator bring about more government /- enn.Mesa.4.e ..
American zone of Korea a national from Kentucky is celebrating regulation.

CHESTCOLDS overnment Just as the Russians I it now.
lave set up what they call a democratic Mr. Barkley: But in April I thinkit Unrealistic Argument

government' in their zone. I is planned to have a num- "The argument most frequently 601_

We only ask that the United States ber of Jefferson Day celebra- heard," the report says, "coming

io for us what they have already tions throughout the countryand from Big Business is that if we are

to ruses e*.gto-at***smdw lone for Japan. I am sure that Jefferson left alone our superior efficiency can FJ.MHEI.-m

RUB ONThat MUSTEROIE "The other liberated countries and; Lincoln and Washingtonand give the public more goods and Women to your 'tarn Dow tutfuncUoBU
ave been given this privilege. We Jackson will all be main- services at lower prices." The com- "middle age* period peculUr -
to woo a ova ton to*u er bop
sever fought against the Allies. For tained upon an equal footing. 'nittee finds, however, that this so- fUihea. nervous, hlgtstrutg. weak
more than 40 years we have carried Mr. Tobey: I'd like to say for the alled superior efficiency has net tired Slifin Ttea 4o try Ly Cr L

anderground work against our Jape i benefit of my friend the sena- :een demonstrated and that those Ptnthsm rUT such YecetaM symptom* Compound lit /femev w

N inBackache tnese oppressors." tor from Kentucky that I hope -ho maintain that Big Business, if for this purposel -
q TakenI'1rIlh&m' Oampooa4
his statement which I shall trot interfered with by government, faeip band lip mists BOS
Native Advanced in designate as Exhibit A. is evi- mil always maintain a competitive against suck dUtrea*.Thousands bar*

Democratic Processes dence that the great party to enterprise economy, are being Just reported stanarhle btncfltl toDiL Also WorUA n**VJ'1A&1UIIJ ry*ffett.

May Warn yf DisorderedIhidney I asked if he thought the peoplewere which he belongs of which he as unrealistic as those Small Business l.flllIJlllmwK

Action ready for a democratic gov- has been majority leader in proponents who would ignorethe

*life wltk ha awry sadh.,1aiat -A irnment. the senate for so many years, fact that in most of the key
__ keWte. improper and so successfully will be industries, size, up to a certain
takiBf tee risk of ezpomre aadTaJeeJSl1 He paused a moment and said: bound
to return to the
prin- is efficient
awry coon tie wvkrf point necessary for op
tbelBdMT*. They bee a "You may be surprised, as I was, ciples and teachings and ten- eration."
act I
eftHU8d ... .aiI .. add to learn how familiar the Koreans ets-of Thomas Jefferson.Mr. COLD.
\ tapViU+leavethetO.dhaaTea The declares that if
54 0 IeI democratic report economic
with the
ire system. Barkley: I mIl say to the power is to be reduced then
I sea .gee untacptuq a. aJCW, The Japanese, It seems, when senator that we have never departed there is no avoiding government In-

... ..weU1&IC.atUcq :hey made their various levies upon from them because terference with business and some SUFFERE! \

.Sir', t ds..is1i._. bt/ des rdarOtk.taoo: the Koreans found they had to deal Jefferson was the outstanding expenditure of government funds. ,
qsaa tt8raJaC. ecaay w to Oases with a system that had already liberal of his day, and we have
And it says, "to the extent that concentration 66t6 stun P.SUH IHU
been set up, based on the democratic always adhered to the liberal
-1 raza. lMc'I fait eM of economic INCREASES
_. { 7.Deese h....,. .aa.w a slrb.y choice of a leader for a group of polices which were advocatedby THE SEVERITY power OF SECONG6
.: ka.e had utc'tW Met aY 20 homes which in turn the
Ale ace.alt" perhaps original liberal, Thomas -
,. II npW oar II-. praatsaogweta.
y gnafal un 1fTI"Un. hose their representatives for larger Jefferson which were not funds works and M ....,..,..,. seu a
] ((1 rice N? leant groups. Dr. Rhee said he found altogether dissimilar to the spent on public hugeas unemployment a.b .... ---- ,,. ..
payments are so
his were much more familiar liberality cf I = tw it'9tmFsar.
people tie founder of the to dwarf to insignificance the a
DOANSPILLSTS nth these processes than he thought Republican party, Abraham funds which an effective anti-trust 1 .= ..
they could be even though hi had Lincoln. nnuram would warrant. I .. 4InI I.r .

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given. theuch ha war dad yet tall ha live the North American continent* brother Lawrence.
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Lamb Stew Parsley Dumplings The miracles of God. throughhis Valuable Suggestions Small Home
(Serves I) I servants and the Lord Jerui on I I.
Buy 2H pounds lamb shoulder, Christ art not mere marvels for the ad.01 Planning Financing and Building
chuck or shank. Cut the pleat is render They art not
one-inch cubes, dredge with floui vanctment of the cause of 27 Inn
the \WME1ANNING And bow about the Interior of your
f and brown in hot fat. Season with] or for personal glory. They are house' It It dated by dark woodwork.
salt and pepper and cover tightly after mighty signs of an omnipotent God MINTS ugh exposed radiators, ungainly areaways' -
for Often a few simple Improvement
the good of men,
adding two cups of broth or water wrought for can chance the wbola appearance of your
their spiritual enlightenment and: asa home
Simmer slowly for 30 minutes
to the one true God. Whether j&anin* to buSd. bur -
ye and then add whole small sliced onions testimony or remodel Tn; our Reader Service
or sliced onion rings, sliced car Jesus is the giver of life; first and booklet will give yon many : Send

rots, diced" potatoes and 14 caps) most Important, of spiritual life, gexUon coin for, "Small. Rames-Plaanlag. FiUBrBonding" .
drained peas. Cover tightly and cook but also of physical life and health. tag to Weekly Ntwipttwr Service
r until vegetable are tender, about 4! Leaving Samaria after his blessed : 243 W. ,ITtfe 8t* New York fl, N. T.
Print name addresa. booklet title.
minutes, adding more water or stock work there, our Lord went up Into fOld ,

A fluffy, golden browned casserole if necessary. Galilee where be met many simple. J<:
hearted folk who were ready to
is ideal supper fare for cold nights. To make parsley dumplings, lift 2 :
able to work
btlitve. Here he was
rubs one combines protein foods cups of flour with 1 teaspoon salt, miracles of healing and of grace.I. IFoarbafi7Q.e
inch as dried beef and eggs with 4 teaspoons baking powder and V'r
A Sick Boy Made Wen (John
Add 1 well beaten
teaspoon pepper.
!ht vegetable, which U whole kernel
egg, 3 tablespoons melted butter 1-45-31): House-New Face
itrn. and *i cup milk. Mix to a moist A nobleman's son was sick. Ah,

Make Hearty Meals sari batter and add 3 tablespoons yes, affliction and sorrow come to \,rIm building materials for
minced parsley Drop by spoonfulsonto the home of the rich as well as the new homes still scarce, it's

stew cover closely and cook poor. Death comes to the young | often good sense to face-lift an old -Spoils Stop To&Jiit, A Fes
When the family colas tramping without lifting cover for 18 minutes. as well as the old. In fact, the first > house. Make sure before going ToaTl like the m' gnp

home on cold nights with the app.- Remove dumplings to platter and grave dug in this world was for a ahead, however, that the structure Ta-tro-nc4 sorts right
tites of woodmen arrange with meat and vegetables. young man. la sound. where open trouble&OM-reaev 1* to%

many a ... Thicken gravy in pan with flour-wa But it is also true that affliction Juffy up truulczit co& -
homemaker II r !,\ ter paste. Add: a dash of Worcestershire may be, in God's hand, a means olblessing. ge aan.(A1scran4an1my: torr 6v s
put to the acid .., sauce and pour over stew This son's sickness: sent Valuable Library Brought U rtnj ,tneezy 01 lesttd
test of really fIlIng his father to Jesus and resulted stuffy distress
Serve at once bead coldi.) Follow $liq
them up with How do you plan your desserts! ultimately in the salvation of the Nearly 3 Million at Sale dhecttona; in folder

plenty of hearty, Well naturally you want them to gewith entire household (v. 53). The largest sum of money ever IIC1S YA-UO-JHK
nourishing food. your main There is another helpful lesson [received from the sale of a private
Sometimes appetites seem endless, dish but consider here-our Lord's Word iJ as goodas library in the United States was

especially when the food is not suit- their planning his presence. The man asked the J1.S32.000 brought by the 14,588
td: to weather or to work and play, from another Jesus to come, but he sent hi tots of books and manuscripts ofRobert **************

but there's an answer to an this. point of view also. b word instead. It was accepted, believed Hoe auctioned in New York

Hearty foods solve the puzzle best, If you're using and completely effective. h 1911-1912, reports Collier's. 3D ,2 nirh32fiUtatht 6

10 bring out the stews so rich in the oven have a How blessed for us who may not But the world's record sum was

vegetables and inexpensive cuts of baked dessert to have the physical presence of tilt &the 12,975,000 received for the colIfrtion -
meat, casseroles with sauces and utilize heat to the Lord to recall the potency of her l of Samuel Tr.stie-Miller Us. Saving Bond .

gravy and top them off with hunger- fullest If you're Word. When he says it, believe ttl! Which, in 13 707 lots, was sold in

satisfying desserts. Don't forget the cooking a top-of-the-stovt meal II. A Lame Man Mad Whole London between 1918 and 1927. t ************** f
vegetables and fruits as these are make dessert John .
a refrigerator BO at ( 9:2-6) -
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an important cog balancing the not to use the oven for Just one thing Back in Jerusalem at the Feast
meal and rounding it out. c of Purim a time j and gift "wmo FLASHLIGHT!
Another easy trick to take the American Pudding giving, our Lord found way to
edge off sharp appetites is to servea (Serves 6) the pool of Bethesda where there

piping hot soup of some kind just *i fOp flour were misery and disease. His compassionate ,. NEW BATTERY LASTS

before dinner. This may be light or 1 teaspoon baking powder heart sent him there to
hearty depending upon the type of 4 tablespoons shortening help and to bless.
family you have. This too is eco- I >>i cup sugar "Impotent folk"-tht words well 93 % LONGER !

comical because you can use bones H cup milk describe not only those who lay (

from roasts or the carcass of a fowl 4 tablespoons currants helpless about the pool of Bethesda

from dinner and toss in some vege- I 14 teaspoons grated lemon rind- but they fit us as weH. Oh, yes,

tables, and have enough soup for several 14 cup boiling water. we are strong capable, fearless, Ttoi cd packs
days.A H rap honey but only until we meet some great

soup is nice to serve before the H teaspoon salt elemental problem. Then we sea "sta.Ooeg"ts ?900

following caseerolt. Top it oft with that we are inded "a great multi-
Sift flour then sift win
measure US tines
a fruit salad and an tasy-to-makt tude of impotent folk." The silent
Cream half d
baking powder one
pudding dessert, and you have the shortening, add sugar. Add milk and fog can paralyze a nation. Death, r..'.. probably 5"- ss isbn
meal complete. sickness who can stay their hand? used it ac far or .
flour, alternately beating untfi:
familiarity with his weak carnival ..l1IIued
Long na.rti
Ccro-Chlpped B.et Souffle.! smooth after each addition. Add currants avar wet a i 0.
ness had bred in the man with theinfirmity ponad mwl'May.
Serves .) and lemon rind. Turn intc lifkt the
of despair. Suchan
greased baking dish. Combine remaining a sense blgbn,aad no*the
4 tablespoons batter attitude invites defeat It is unbecoming sod wia a I c
shortening honey, water pate What an&c. I .eAe e
U cop flour to a Christian. Let us not .
and salt and pour over batter. Bake pile-drmat
'1 cap milk forget in the darkest hour to "keep math X rata u> ye
in moderate (333-degree) oven tot
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4 eggs, separated 40 to 45 minutes. Serve warm with looking up. lSfotothebeus ', r 1100
1 cup whole kernel corn Jesus told the man to "rise and let the -:", ,
1 cup shredded chipped beef cream. walk" the very thing he could ewer sewa1 cd1 .. > ; ....:-

(about S ounces) This next recipe is truly a hasty not do for his 98 years of life. paf_ dIIa br,
pudding It's quickly made and delicious fat 4Z' e. w )11 ,
But when the Son of God speaks to : ; !
Melt butter, blend in flour and add: too now that whipped cream us he gives the power to respond to ::i --:.': w' v' .
rr.ft Cook over direct beat stirring and marshmallows, absent so long his command. f3s'., emor _.e .-r_ nw..rpf -
constantly until sauce thickens from our grocery shelves, are back t//!" .
Ill. A Dead Friend Made Alive
and boils. Stir hot sauce Into wen with us again. //j }I
(John 11:11-13): .
beaten egg yolks, add com and
shredded bed. Told in stiffly beaten The fact that Jesus is our Friend
egg whites, lightly but thoroughly and our Saviour does not exempt TIGHT is power made visible. That'sJ sew

Turn into a a1Y-cup casstrolt and us from human sorrow, but it dees ;. why new high-energy "Eveready

bake in a moderate (325-3S0- egree) assure us of the needed grace to flashlight batteries are so important to 13% t I
oven for on. hour until a knife Inserted bear the tnal and to trust him even &Mail
comes out clean. In life's darkest hour. you. With nearly double the electric energy :,

x a Lazarus, the friend of Jesus was of even famous prewar"'Eue2dy"cclIs '
6almoa Lima Bean Casserole. sick. The home ia which Jesus had
their usefulness to you in terms of .
(Serves C) found
1 tablespoons diced onion deep trouble. Jesus was no hanger light is nearly doubled. You can depend (" r,.;./..; Ut d bcO-

2 tablespoons fat in Judea. In haste word is sentto on that dazzling penetrating"Evef+eady" loot whita L sbt tka
Make the most of jour lamb stew him of his friend's illness But prewarfcatrriea. '
4 vpoons floor flashlight beam for nearly twice$long! p a; t
serving It ta your prettiest detf
by he did not come.
2 not T*<*'sod"
1 oa salt platter with vegetables, partley. Why does he delay* Such is the Always ask for them by the famous brand tttk-tmtra"I tfea
1 .in salmon _- flecked dumplings and tender morsels > heart cry of thousands today who came ."Eveready. .m pro-red. bf the"Lufac
Iada mil Raia-
Z cu..>> green lima beam, cooked of Iamb riding on top of__the can on him in their hour of trouble. rf.____....-_ 1i c-.d ad br die
2 slices bread 1'1. The purposes of God are beyondour '-
savory ability fully to understand. We NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY INC. =
I teaspoons batter ., aJ .
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need only to trust him: and abide
Hasty Puddiag. 30 East 42d Street.New York 17.N.Y.
Cook onion in fat until golden (Serves f) his time.
brown and tender. Add flour and Notice that his failure to respondat mJF
blend. Stir in milk To one cup of whipped crtiinTadi once to the message of Lazarus'

r and salt Cook. 1 cup brown rjgar and 1 teaspooa sisters did not mean that h* had
.N stirring constantly vanilla extract Blend thoroughly deserted them (11:4-d.: Nor did it
's until thick and I Add 13 graham crackers which ban mean that he had denied them his # e i
been broken into small pieces; 4 bananas > 4
smooth. Alternate.layers I help (v. 7). Lazarus may handed
quartered and sliced, and II talus suto+rn
Ri of Caked been before the word reached:
salmon lima 'I marshmallows which have beta him. He may also have delayed in

be ant (which I. snipped with scissors into small order that there might be no question -
have beendrained pitcts. Mix lightly and chill wen b. : about the resurrection miracle.

) and fart serving And he may have tarried in order

White sauce in a greased casserole This hasty pudding can be dressed that their faith might be strength i

ending with white sauce. Batter I up beautifully for a company dizsci ened.

bread and cut in cub *. Sprinkle in taU glasses and topped with a garri -
over top of casserole and bake in s of whipped cream and a dab of

a moderate oven for U minutes or I red jelly or jam or a cherry.
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Education Officials To acres of Tract Twenty-four (24) Inbection I day of August 1)17. and CertificateNo. tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said I described thereon will be sold to' thehlgh".t
Fourteen (II) Township No. Issued the 7th day of October. certificate embraces the following described I bidder at the Courthouse door
Forty-two South (41S). Range ISJ3. has filed same in my office and property in the County of I on the first Monday in the month .'
I Meet In Gainesville Thirty-two Rut HE). I has made application for a tax deedto GLADES. State of Florida, to-wit March, 1M7. which is tbe 3rd day of
Now, therefore. you and each of be Issued thereon. Said Certificates Lot 10, Block Keederlee Subdivision I' March U4t.Dated .
you are hereby ordered and requiredto embrace the following described (Lakeview). this 3th day of January
file an Appearance in said proceedings property In the County of GLADES, '
D 1)47.
. 'TALL\HASSEE-F\S) State In the Office of the Clerk of Mate of Florida, to-wit: The assessment. of the said prop-:i A.
Department of Education official said Court wherein said action is Lot 4, Block 52 Palmdale. erty under the said certificate issuedwas (SEAL) 0 a WEEKS,
pending in the Glades County CourtHouse Lot .. Block S2 Palmdale in the name of c. C. Baldwin. II Clerk Circuit Court. Gld
and date and county supervisors in Moore Haven Florida, on the The assessment of the said prop- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed County Florida.
will hold their annual fire-day con- 3rd day of March 1941. or Decree ITo erty under the said certificates Issued according; to law, the property Jan. It, Feb. 7-U-21. 1)47.
Confe &o will be taken against you I was in the name of J. J. Campbell and I __ _u
ference in Gainesville, February and thereafter said action will proceed F. R Kress respectively I
1115. ex parte Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have according to law. the property -
Superintendent of Public Instruction -I hereunto set my hand and official I described therein will be sold to I DAVE TOCLMAN'S
said rtMO Haven. the bidder Courthouse,
,- seal of highest at the
Colin English said that the Florida oo this Slat day of January:' door on the first Monday in the I MACHINERY \ SALES and
conference will deal with discussions JIT. month of March t 47. which Is the
of all phases of education, and SEAL<< ) D. S. WEEK& }rd day of March 1,43.Dated REPAIR U SERVICE
of January
Clerk Circuit C wrt, Glades this 28th day
with the supervisory program an County. Florid. 1547
thorized by the 1945 legislature. By F. & SCOTT. Deputy Clerk. (SEAL) D. & WEEKS,
COUSE & JOHNSON Clerk of Circuit Court, Complete Electrical Repair ShopALL
Expected to attend from Hendry
Solicitors for Plaintiff. Glades County. Florida. TYPE M.tGNETOS-GENEiLtT01S-STAlTERS-
county are: Miss Jean Moore. text- Moore Haven. Florida. Jan. II, Feb 7-14-21. 1947 MOTORS
book manager and general supervisor. Jan. II, Feb. 7, U 21, 147. CARnrjnETORS AND ELECTRIC
T.%\ ttttli I }:GGLTOX.Ianagf'r' Electric Department
:NOTICE OK *priirTioon I
NOTICE is hereby given that SARAHL.
Song of the South- certificate
NOTICE la hereby given that MAtthL No un issued the 7th day of September -
ROBERTS THI R?K. holder of tax 131 has filed same in my office -
(Continued frwia Page 1) certificates N'os 2S;;8 issued the lit and has made application for a -- -- ---- ,...,,,,.- .. -

adults be fifty cents and twentyfivecents ,

for children, they are to be

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wife, JACOB BOSS and
BOSS, bin wile ALLISON AND \'Al'-
QHK. partnership, E. S. ALLISON .
sad ALLISON, his wife
VAUGHN, his wife, the place of reside -
AC* of each rf whom In unknown.
If aliv", astd If dead his unknown
hairs'devi.iees. grantees creditors. order
parties flaiminf by through, \ .i-- '- J :
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HAVEN: ,FIRST a di-.jhred BANK Florid OF Corporat MOORK- :
t the unknown ....lJnee.. succeasvrs -
other pam and interest claiming, trustees by. through.or any 'AS YOU WANT IT' SERVICED

under or iii'nht The First Bank of
I JJour.' tint. n .i dissolved Florida 'or-
I t>.ration; i M. Gay as Comptroller ofti fil.' :
I I ,< State "t l Florida: and to aU per- ,._. : > .;:
man claim, 1. .>ct matte "if this suit by, through ,. ':
uad.r or ac:: ,nut one or more of sod1 .: ..
Defendant* ''lertm, named; and to alit i ;. 1' :':' ," >'
pctsonii bN ,tic or claiming any interest a to merit your
in the following dt'lOCnb'd .

lands lou; and each of you *r<. lierebvSrtvfn
I notice that said Complainant W [[friendship and goodwill !
I 1C Currency did <.n the 31st day of .
I Court Jftnary, Glades 11f7. i file ounty in the Florida Circuit in .#!fti .. ;' To merit your lasting friendship-to merit your

Chancery this Bill of Complaint In th"
I abuv.entlt," cause against you and ':.a ". lasting goodwill-we operate our service Business

complainant each of you wherein seek. to and quiet whereby his title said :?' >, '. ', > .: >;:> in accordance with the foSow'mg! principles
gainst you In and to the following k"g': -
described lands situated in Glades ->-"f.. .. '''!i. .
County. Florida to-wit.
The North Nine <') and CO/IOu


For several years, we have realized that all

I'I_I automotive service (including ovr own) has not
writ occuroJery diagnose-to the best of our oblEfy the
been of the caliber which you as a customer -

or we as a dealer have desired,due primarily repairs needed on your car. If you request it, we will give you in

to shortages of manpower and materials advance our analysis of the work to be done.

I't a situation over which we have had no controL

Today, however, with more experienced Wt win write up your order clearly, completely and legibly; and "':

mechanics in our organization and with service secure your authorization to do the work before starting. f .

parts becoming more readily available than

they hove been for years, we wont you to We will notify you in advance of any additional work we think

know that our car service is rapidly getting should be done, and secure your approval before proceeding.
back to normal, and as conditions continue "
to expect to receive from
you may We will perform all the work on your car as efficiently and aseconomically -
us the same fine service that you have been : .
accustomed. to receiving In previous years. as possible. We will replace only those parts which in t : '

our judgment need replacing. .
We of the Chevrolet service organization .

want you to know that we value your service We will road-test your' car after the work" is done and before we f>. ;1
fa the fullest degree and that we E
business to give you such sound and return the. car to you, if the nature of the work requires itO '

satisfying service that you will want to be
i our customer for a long time to cornel! We will endeavor to have your car ready on time. If the work _"

takes longer than we estimate we will advise you as far in advance : :

.. -J as possible. .' ', fi'
ARE NOW \OIK ; '" .
WE ,. .
Y.i;- We will provide you with an itemized bffl showing exactly what -

AUTHORIZEDMAYTAG :' I work was done and exactly what if coif We will gladly explain any,

item or items that are not dear to you. .
DEALER Come in today end of regular intervals. . '

Skilled mecnan/c*-modern tools and equip .

menf-auctrjr ports and materials oil .'
Headquarters for Prompt An4 adding up to service that youVI call supenor /i.i
Expert Jxirioe on Your in ail ways! ;....;.

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E- C. BYRDMoore Christian Chevrolet CompanyPHONE

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