Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00157
 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: February 14, 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: UF00028301:00157

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I *Marck of Dimes DriveMore ,Money Teachers-Bus ReceivedFor I i Most of Sugar Cane To II

Thau Doubles '46 Drivers SalariesThe !I De Milled Says U.S.S.C.;


Mrs. Bowyer-Reports A :: Lock Force Again I I ments from 7th installment the State Teachers of 10 pay-I Salary 'Work Has Begun i! Curtailment of Season

Total Of Almost i To Be Reduced As I''February Food to 15.Aceardiag the. county will be made I I On Construction I By Freeze ExpectedTo

$500 In County I Night Opening Ends I II Superintendent to of figures Public released lartruc-bv j: Of Lakeport Road Be Slight

I lion Colin English total payment ----
Mrs E J. Bowyer chairman of A notice to navigation interests to the <7 counties from the fund I The Belcher Oil Company contractors (Clewiston News)

the drive for fund for the "March I was received this morning from the for this month is $tl.782.912. on the grading, drainage Charles E. Wetherald. execntK

of Dfeaes" for the treatment of infantile -:' office of the District t:. S. Engineer, Glades County will receive! $:,- and paving of Road 76 project be- vice-president of the United States

paralysis through the National Major Blase Nemeth ot Jacksonville 55.$6 of which $t,784,'3 to for!I tween Lakeport and Indian Prairie Sugar Corporation, while making

Infantile Paralysis Foundation to the effect that locks on the instructional salaries and $4 11,61 Canal have moved in a couple otdraglines no effort to minimize the damage

reported this week that the Cross-Florida Waterway would not is for transportation bulldozers and other done by the freezing weather of the

drive had been unusually snccessfal be operated from It:.' p m., until heavy machinery and have already past week to the sugar cane crop,

and that the total amount collected 6:10: a. m. effective March 1 and all begun some work on the project. said Tuesday that the greater part

would almost reach, and potslblj navigation dealing to utilise the Meanwhile the board of county of the current crop would be cut
exceed $SM agaiaet less than S2M COLEMAN AND FRY
for processed
locks should make their plans I commissioners are proceeding as
collected In 18 U.
lockages: accordingly The locks l' rapidly as possible with the acquisition The amount of cane which can
The outstanding event of the will not be opened at all daring the LOW BIDDERS ON of rights-of-way for the be salvaged from the frozen fields
drive was the dance held teat Sat closed hoars. I new road which follows a con- will depend on future weather conditions -

urday night which, despite the Fred \, Flanders, lock master siderably different route from the If the cool weather holds

chilly weather, was well attended here, stated that this would, in all REA POWER PLANTColeman old road and for which a 290-foot on, with no farther freezing temperatures -

and a number of tickets were sold probability, mean the toss of two right-of-way must be obtained. the souring of the frostbitten
to those unable to attend. The locktenden from the present force Chairman of the board J. E.I I cane will take place very

dance was held at tie school gymnasium Clewiston Frier son bas considerable slowly The plantations which
since the action is in line with the and Fr\ gen- spent were
with excellent music furnished retrenchment program being put eral contractors, submitted the low time in the area this week conferring : hit the hardest will be cut out.first

by theSngarland Serenadersol into effect by the Congress at this bid on the construction of the power with var property owners in order to get every possible bit .

Clewiston Approximately $100 time. No notke had as yet been plant here for the Glades Electric and has been able to effect a settlement of sugar from the cane.

w& cleared according to the report received at noon today as to the Cooperative approximately $76.- in some instances. The I Mr. Wetherald said that the plant

from the committee, Mrs. H. C. curtailment of forces 000 and a construction time of 210 State Road Department has asked J I I cane was almost an entire loss but

Keenan and Miss Bertha Gram, from Shortly before the first of the days The bids were opened in the that the board put ap bond for the the greater part if not all of this
the sale of tickets and from the
year a similar program was iaitiat- office of the cooperative Monday at various pieces of right-of-way whkh would come out after being frozen
sale of coffee and doughnuts aDd ed and three fecktendtrs were laid ODe o'clock and were passed on by are unobtainable at this time and back. Fields which had been tat
cold drinks at the danee
off but the program was almost the board of directors at a special then proceed with condemnation and had started new growth were

A break-down of the other donations immediately changed and the men meeting that night. proceedings also pet back, in most instances to

as given by Mrs. Bowyer were put back to work without! the The next lowest bid was submitted Most of the right-of-way has been ,'I the same point as when cut

discloses that $79! .41 was contribat I loss of a stogie day's work time by Chalker Construction Com- obtained for the section of road:I Since heM in the Eastern Division

<'d la the cols boxes placed in I Ml three locks are affected the I pany of Miami with a bid about between Harney Pond and Indian I were Jess seriously damagedthan

larims places of business. St Lucie lock 15 miles from the 15.009 bicker but with a trim of Prairie CanalsCALDWELL. I I'I those in the Western Division -
Th school: did aa outstanding job 125 days. A clause in this bid said r-
junction of the canal with the In- beeaase the period of cab-freez
and the chairman aad _tltee I traeoaetal waterway. the Moore Ha that a longer time limit would ing temperatures was much shorter -

are most appreciative of the effort* ven lock and the Ortona lock 155 mean a lower price STATES thee fields will not be harvested -
mad by Principal M. E. Morrison.
The Murphy Construction Com-
miles west of Moore Haven and 'I until after the Western Division
the 'a<'ulty and the student body in Palm Beach. low bidden ,
149 I pany of West I
t miles east of Fort MersWORK fields are cat.
turning in a total of $1&5.11. The bit I 1 when the bids were opened in FREEZE 'WILL NOT !! harvest 55 Per Cent CompleteMr '
< olor> d school also added its January and then rejected by REA
with $7 0Ft as being too high this time sub- Wetherald stated tfcattbx
'am the carts mailed out to TO START ATONCE mitted the highest bid approximately CHANGE MILL PLAN cane harvest was about fifty-five

citizens of the eonnty a total of J95,000 wUck 'was away oat ;I per cent complete when tlei tre?". .

I78..40 was.raJ Uad.. JjU>*ever all of line from the otfariwo bids struck:'andrbecauselt:has.b>eiCsnch lI .-.
of tefe" ewrlT averifcP'&een returned ON TWO MOREl The directors accepted the Gate- X E. Caldwell, resident of Ruth(I an%Tntsta'nding iuson'he";:and t1ier j

a&d these who have been man and Fry bid as No 1. nod Sugars Abbeville. La.:' who last company officials"refused to be UK
delinquent in returning their <*ard!! I pessimistic over freeze damage. .
BUSINESS BUILDINGS; that of Chalker as No.2. sending week told J. E. Frierson by telephone -!
and donation are reminded that the bids on to Washington to be (' Sugar house figures show that 8.-

the donation will be as gratefulY: I I passed on by officials of the Rural that be and other company I 775.000 more pounds of sugar had

ipcelved now as at say other lira Two more business L----: 4at1dutgs hay, Electrification<< Administration officiate!! would be here this weekto 'I been processed this season, to date

The Blades Theatre raised a total been laid out in the past week and The low bid oa the power plantin make farther plans for the erection I than during the corresponding per-

rf $fS 20 for the drive while I construction is expected to start January was $106,000 and because of a mill at Moore Haven, this iod last season
ehowir.tr a special trailer to boost I the bid was so high REA There was no estimate of the possible -
soon that their i
very week phoned again to say ]
d! )na'ins The two-story concrete block changed slightly the design of the( i period of linnet curtailment :
Ci. :?> ns of Lakeport contributed building to be erected! by P. E. building in order to cat the cost. A coming had been delayed for another -!: but it is believed that the processing -

a svavfail $Uo 15 fund raised froma Lundy on Avenue J Just east of the stucco exterior, originally planned' week possibly two i I of sugar will continue well up

case walk hold in that commun- Odd Fellow building: was laid out was changed to paiat and the floor Mr CaldweU said however that:1 I I into April and possibly to the first

and foundations will be poured as was lowered from the nine-foot when they did return they expectedto 10f May which would mean that the

ity.V. soon as materials are delivered 4 height originally planned to about have everything la readiness togo curtailment would be negligible

F. W. Auxiliary ) truckload of blocks was received-*I six feet. Other minor changes to work He did Bet elaborate

this mora. and unloaded at the were made which would not interfere on this and It is net known whetb Winter Withdraws !
Holds Food SaleThe site This building is 28 feet by with the structural qualities of the. er he meant mill construction work

40 feet and win be built along the building or signing of contracts with grow-, From Florida But

VFW Auxiliary food sak property line of this corner lot on It is probable that REA will ad: ers.

held last Saturday morning was a Second StreetThe tower floor has I on the bids within the next few daysso He asked about the effects of the Wet Weather Stays i

great success, the committee reports been designed as a plumbing shop that if a contract is awarded the recent freeze and Mr. Frierson it

and they wish to thank everyone and the second story will be a large construction may be started as made no effort to minimize the Winter's sudden and devastating

for their part in making this apartment with both interior and exterior quickly as possible severity ot the damage to the sugar visit to Florida last week remained

*c. AM items were sold out qwkk- stairways provided W. L. cane, making an estimate of 25 longer than most people felt was

ly sad the angel; food cake was wont Bellamy will do most of the construction U.S.O. Drive To per cent damage to the crop Caldwell necessary and despite slowly rising

>.v Mrs H. C. Keenan work. said that he regretted the cold temperatures this week an almost
The ladles plan another sale in Don Carr has also laid out his Continue Through and its effect on Florida growers constant drizzle of rain \ ednesday

the near future (Continued on Page B) but that it would have no effect and Thursday and overcast skies .

- ------ Another ee 1 whatever on his company's plant made the weather much: different

for the mill construction. than Is usual here.
The USD drive for funds which Caldwell told Frierson that be The Weather Bureau threw a
Everglades Drainage District to have closed this week, willcontinue
was additionaldata
was wiring him for some scare into South Florida residents
I for another week since the the exact: nature of which: is last week-end after the destructive
quota of $I".W> has cot as yet and Frierson told him t
Raise In not freeze Thursday morning but, although -
Proposes been reached The committee re-
quickly -I
that it would be gotten up as temperautres did go law,
ports that approximately $180.00
as possible were not so bad as had been fore-
------ has been donated at this date and Growers of the area feared thai I I

(Pate Beacb' Port* would be iaeo/uitaMe, they are not they feel that by esteaolng thin drive I. the damage to the cane crop, mainly castThe coldest morning here since f

Dmbitac of the Everglades Drainage beta* ...... ajsother week the all quota will be the loss of seed cane, would bea the general freeze last Thursday i
As ovtlteoi at the afternoon teSI reached set-back to the bfiding of the I morning
Dtotrtet ad valorem tax to OM morning: was en Tuesday
mil!! lad trthar provisions deoignet I don other proposals tactaoe: Anyone who has not made a donation mill and will be pleased to lean of this week 111.... John Moore
Provision for taxJag hands beyondthe can do so by getting in I be allowed to hold
to BOTTi-, and make more fiexibh I that it will not reported a minimum temperature at
line of Lake Okee- touch with of the following I
meander aay .
the o*. of funds for odenisinjver up the plans.Hendry the station at her home ot It.i degrees
:\ which exempt although i Mrs Eugene Boyles. Mrs Wayne I II
chohee are BOW
+ .' ,*t the district, were pro I I tat the minteum recorded: at
benefit from district ICasBidv. Mrs. G. E. Fleming. Mr
!rot .t-tv \\'e4Jae-aa\ a> the diet some I I Cattle Are the {T. S. Locks by Fred A. Flanderswas
canals Aa alternative was to disclaim C. V. Wadlow. Mrs Nolan Durre
rj< t.U15sioaer"lJllnt.'d; : for I. 57 degrees the sane minimum i
for service lira. A. O HutchlMoa. Mb Mar-
responsibility j
me -- ot the I ItM-lature their i any Quarantined North I" fOr Monday 1IIGI'BtHTh 'e was I
of such lands.Granting eery Compton Mrs. Peter Mataatak
ten !program tor the 1947 f M. t some treat Tuesday aerates t
of power to use the Mrs Mary Roberta Mrs. Lydia Of CaloosahatcheeThat ,
sic! I ; On Saturday a cainUnnm of S A
debt service for repair la the eventof Wagrerby. Mrs F. D. Taaa i.... recorded iy Flanders with ;
,, .. immar.Ruseell Mr
1 :' iJ't'nt w. n a hurricane or other "act of Ann Leahy. Mrs W. F. 11'-1 I ;;;;; County I I
n ) rrow. Lake, small of Hendty 4< inches of rate Sunoay morning ,
nc r. :: r-..., as arranged in the riming: it the colored quarters :
of the Catocsihateaee 3? bothMonday
WI L 1.pr"l1't'd die vise tIaat. ; lying north I the low was 38 degrees
road caatractPower Thomas win placed ander and Tuesday mornings The
I River toe I
of 2r. "tPI1
the : : one 'I. ": !'
debt is drive chairman inGlaoes
Of Mra R. Boe I
:v cause a fili"CH.id be<< tharail t to ace portion the I and is hopeful' that quarantine March 1, according to I rain started with the rising temperature
-<*rvic* fund aot earmarked by County ..
veterinarian.ot -
!.g the tall so s< "' provide aeeti oversubscribed Dr. J. T Knasv. slate Wednesday morning ho1l'1 1
adala tot ratios the caa be
: toe county quota
bond contract
std SS5,1HM f.." tnantesancpari the Florida State Livestockseattary lag .M inches with a mbllm1lJD-temperature ;
purposes! including coaatraction i in this the final requestfor Board. Tallahassee. This Of S5 degrees. Thursday ,
; uses. funds for carrying on this work i
and maintenance I I to being done to order ta carry oat SS and .1& Inches and this morning
able the sa \t':' to t" Clarification of the right belterfd among the troops stilt on foretga!
in that with
systematic tick eradication the minimum was degrees
mal' auilable by .: ftrancia i already to exist, to aloe the ad son and in our veterans hospitals.
.t section .56 Inches of rain. Skies bad par-
ls together: could be as* ceastrartloa
P'oja full art
the district said WDewy \ miBittratioB Miami Peach will have Its first This win affect th* movement of tially cleared and rain had stepped
tally spent by maintenance
I since 1942 cattle-cows. balls steers, heifers by noon today.
Htlsabeek Miami boar:::I maiateaanee fund movie "world preasfere an
to the
when Howard Hughes presents Her eaHes. Oea-beri4e1 sheep, Tuesday =moraine saw freezing:
thalraaL: of money received tram the sale of. 'of
old Lloyd's newest film "The Sin : goats, horses and mules, from the weather again oa the east shore
la connection with a proposal t<' lands reverted to the district for the
.: of Harold DlddJ ock" at the Lin I designated area. the lake with. C. S. Sugar Corporation '
revise provisions for petting ut;I non-payment of administration tad
north of the stations recording
cola Theater en Feormary IS Uoy4.i The strfp of
maintenance:areas Sad tatting them' vainest a taxes only I in ofthq'
for vacationing at Miami, Beach, win river lies adjacent to Glades County low as 2$ degrees some
it was explained that because a aSpetitic statutory authority ,
t under quarantine /tl east shore plantations.
in for the premier- already
der the present set-up sach tax es j (Continued on Page S) l appear


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: J 80 Pallbearers, 6 Bands in I I : ,
Washington IlEI1J
-[ Colossal Chinese Funeral I NEWS : -.j'
i ; J
r .
,. The greatest funeral held in 20tb tj

.: century China was that of the warlord i Congress Putting Its BEtllNb i

Marshal Wu Pei-fuin Peking _.
;.c on January 24,1940, says Collier's I
: Behind his catafalque, which waf TestBy '" -
carried by 80 pallbearers and accompanied Reorganization to TllENPAuLMaLwN:

by six bands, the The Broadway Setae :.-

mourners carried life-size-4 paper The Late Watch: Hollywood nightspot :.:;,
reproductions of his earthly possessions BAUKHAGE .: men have solved the puzzle on
to be burned and thus, in why biz took a slump: "No more
effect, sent to heaven with him. News Aiulytt eel CommtnJfior.WN'U Released by Western Newspaper Union. army officers who blew a month's =

Among them was his automobile, Service,1616 Eye Street,N.W., number of committees upon whIcl FEAR OF EXHAUSTING ORES pay in a night" Prices have
the stage of his private theater Washington, D. C. a senator serves. This gives bin UNFOUNDED EXPERTS STATE come down so low that theaters of-

with its actors, and his large bodyguard WASHINGTON. The 80th con- time to participate in debate.It WASHINGTON. The most startling fering two-bit values now are charging .'., .
of soldiers on horseback the is advice which Mr. Truman only 85 cents. School teachers -
long fillbuster
not that the
has been operating improbable
construction of which, along with gress gave congress in his annual message and nurses attention: Dishwashers _
enough under the new reorganization will be curtailed, perhaps
scores of other paper articles, required lat was that "We are rapidly be- in Broadway hotels cow rate
plan to note some of the this session, if not entirely ruled out .-
the labor of 200 people for ter' virtues and But there never will be "a limit U coming a 'have-not nation" did as not to $15 daily plus meals. Secy. of t

seven weeks. shortcomings. debate" and "debate" easily CM many of our minerals. He State Marshall is the only World

The first hotly become largely a monologue when explain what is running short, but War II vet in the U.N. council. \-'
f Just said we should do something Marion Hargrove is working on a :. .
debated issue addressed to few hearers except i .
How Folks the senate had a patient visitor or two In the gal about it. A rather abstract forward picture for syndicated idea with an Ernie Pyle .< .
Sluggish fortunate 'effect lery. thus was thrust flavor. Alf Drake and Bernice
the I the commentators to ponder in gen- Parks of "Beggar's Holiday" are :
on plan. *
Get Happy Relief refer to the fight Additional Reforms eralities. A rather dismal non Jb- feudin'. When he's supposed to. ..

: over retention of Are Recommended 'Jectivist picture was drawn that kiss her, he merely hugs her. (The

two of the standing George B. Galloway, staff director we are losing our world superiorityfor trade silly) The state seal of Georgia
*, International r"
? committees of the Monroney LaFoHetU any coming motto is: "Wisdom, Justice and
contests and we had better get Moderation.
the committees
congressional committee which dreg
national defense.
U busy also for
on war investigation up the reorganization legislation, re.
and cently proposed seven new fields of What this picture will tarn out There seems to be a race between -

r small business. congressional reform: to be when the President fin- the British and American "
1 Despite the fact ishes It Is a a detailed recommendation armies to see which: ont !
Baokhage that the 80th con- 1. Avoid legislation deadlocks for baying foreign gets out of Berlin first.

gress had expressed and promote better teamwork minerals, and lowering or abolIshing We felt safer when they were
N the intention to abide by the between congress and the Pres the tariffs on them to racing to get In.
reorganization plan accepted by the import them in greater quanti-

WHEN CONSTIPATION makes JOB feel 79th congress, and that one of the 2. Create unified, clearly located ties, thus saving ourselves from Broadway Ballad: (By Don

punk pset,u tout the dickens taste, assy brings discomfort on stomach purposes of this plan was to eliminate responsible leadership In mineral poverty. Indeed, the Wahn): Let's set it down-and add

take Dr. CaldwelT- famou medicine the special committee, the sen- congress for the. legislative pro- state department Is known already the total up. And find if It was '

to quickly" poll the trigger on lazy"in. ate Republicans fought hard to ex- gram. to have a list of BO less worth the final cost. There were

inJ ,f tad guin.help yon fed bright u4dupper tend the life of these two "specials"and I. Reduce the non-legislative than 1,300 products upon whichit the inns that held the jeweled cup. .

DR.CALDWELW U the wonderful ten. they won. work load on congress so ti to proposes to hold hearings There were the songs that now f: {
Uistrre contained in rood old Syrup But so much attention was directed free congressmen from errand shortly to see If It cannot do are strangely lost. And there
Pepsin to nuke it to easy to take. exactly that cut the tariff
toward the issue that Senator concentrate were girls to feed the flame of youth.
MANY DOCTORS ue pepsin preptratloni Taft hastened to make it clear and encourage buying. Girls who were touched with
In prescriptions to nuke the medicine senators
duties. The
more palatable and agreeable to later that creation of further special loonmist and delight Thereas
.. So be sore your laxa&re is contained committees would be a very 4. Choose committee chairmen are already murmuring the administration jj: the quest for certainty and kvth.

in Syrup Pepsin. difficult Job. Net result of the whole other than on the basis of is working up a bidden t . There was the throb of

INSIST ON DR. CALBWEirS-the fi- discussion was to strengthen rather seniority. ban trick on them. w hispers in the night So w<
cents of millions for 50 ,and feel
that wholesome relief from years constipation. than weaken the reorganization.One 5. Eliminate the filibuster In Actually this nation is short of sonly ill add this gossamer of mine. .

Even finicky children lore it. of the most important steps the senate. two important minerals, according K nowing full well the terror we will

CAUTION Use only aa directed. toward increasing efficiency of con- 6. Solve the problem of the 'to a mining engineer of g:nd. An empty heart-an

gress was elimination of overlap powers and rrocedure of the long and expert standing, who I e:mpty cask of wine. The futile

DR. (MILL'SSEXNA ping committees but, like attempting house committee on rales. must confess is a Republican. These iI himper of an eerie wind. Yet,

to abolish the seniority rule, it 7. Establish adequate safeguards two are tin and nickel The tin we shave ;ho am I to mourn a sinner's wake?
been able to get in com- There other road-
LAXATIVE Just couldn't be accomplished. As a against extension of the never was no
matter of fact, when the bill patronage system to the new mercial quantities, relying for our tI tat I could take!

CONtAINED IN SYRUP PEPSIN finally was passed, the house rejected professional committee staffs. supplies mostly upon the Orient. But
nickel is furnished in desired
the senate-approved provision The politicans have suggested .
It will be long time before aL Canada an adjoining
a quantities by
which did away entirely with special 1 I legislation to keep crooked
committees. It was admitted at J I these suggestions are adopted. nation, upon which we could rely.
Relief ness out of sports. Now if some-
I At LastForYourCough the time the reorganization act Meanwhile some of those alreadyin GASOLINE FOR 1,000 YEARS. one will only suggest something
the law will be modified slightly situation is
was passed that it fell considerablyshort The actual have-not to keep it out of politics.
of the original recommendations in use, Just as an automobile or ship lomething like this: Many oil en-

by the various bodies which "shakes down" after a certain gineers agree this nation could never .
had made unofficial studies of the amount of mileage has been run out of fuel for jts automobiles. Manhattan Morals: The desert-

f because situation. Indeed, the act did not achieved. An engineer for one oil coni!!d trolley tracks on 59th St. with
Creomulslan relieves promptly -
it goes right to the seat of the carry out all the recommendationsof One thing that simply won't work cern says we have oil in the ground 'he Columbus Circles under their
trouble to help loosen and expel the report of the joint congres- now and probably never will in the La this nation for 1,000 years. Ant yes. The Riverside drive milk-
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature sional committee created to ex- senate, at least, is the printing of other says the undeveloped shale in 'nan who does his chores in the
i t to soothe and heal raw, tender In- amine various recommendationsand the schedule of the next day's workin the Rocky Mountain states like ColI I:rigid weather with no coat. Just
named bronchial mucous mem-
i '; branes.Tell your drugrfct to sell you then to make its own. advance. There is too much freedom orado, Utah and Nevada (which has 'indershirt and trousers. Exhibitionst -
a bottle of Crenmnlslon vith the understanding of action, too much deeply In- not been touched because of higher > The lad in the NBC news-
you must like the way it Experts to Advise rooted senatorial courtesy to prevent commercial hazards than those now i:tram named Bonaparte, who says
quickly allays the cough or you are 1 is descendant of Napoleon. .
to have your money back. Solon on Problem a senator from obtaining tapped) is more than we have |ie a
"unanimous consent" to lay aside consumed to date. Possibly no expert fie[ gal ticket seller at Pennsy sta-
most important
CREOMULSIONfor Probably what was planned and introduce an could estimate cornptettry the ] lon, who went to school with
to be made is to provide
Chest change yet different matter. the but it Llovietown's Marie McDonald, still
Coughs Colds Bronchitis for members. Thatis entirely amount of oil in ground,
additional help
additional experts to But this is a small point It ii is certain the administration will get 'ler closest chum. The walls of the

*************;. advice, providing committee chairmen and agreed that the advantages out- a big argument In any attempt to ;icket booth are lined with Mane'shotos. t
. Dunhill famed for making -
) ,
the minor a shortage ofthis primarily
committeemen. I recently heard it weigh prove
For Your Future BuyU. remarked that: "Senator Taft usually The staffing alone even though not necessary natural resource. pipes, has exactly five of themn

S. Savings Bonds knows what he is talking about carried out to the full is a trt- By and large, the condition of its huge window space (on Vth
Dear 50th). Everything else from
mendous gain. Expert guidance of
when he takes the floor. You may Importable minerals Is some
************** not agree with his policies but whenit specialists who know their Job what like that of tungsten. We adies pocketbooks on up. Signn
42nd St stationer's foun-
and are not subject to political Interference a : "Our
--- comes to facts he seldom makes did not mine much: before the "
erroneous or misleading statements.This is invaluable. war but when we needed It (if ain pens just write.

BACKACHETORTURE is largely: : because Taft has the Japan had cut our supplies from
best staff of advisers in congresshe China she might have come Sadden Tfaawt: Axis Sally
hires and pays for them out of I Makes Farming Pay I closer to winning the war), we probably will travel first class

his own pocket"It built up a domestic supply of to the U. S. A. on a ship that

? is impossible to expect that 45 per cent of our total production will bring dead American troopsin

more than a few members of either Importing only 55 percent steerage.

house can devote enough time to
; SORETONE Liniment's any single subject to become expert 'I Now tungsten is protected bya :Man About Town: The water.

: Heating Pad Action on it. It is true that we have had SO cent tariff. Mr. Truman filled trough on Broadway at 106th
some outstanding examples of men could rapidly make us a have- now a terminal for the new busses
Gives Quick Relief! and women who have been able to not nation on tungsten by lower that replaced the street cars that

For fait gentle relief of aches from back,strain specialize and still carry on their Log or abolishing that tariff, and replaced the horses. The
muck strain lumbago pain due to fatigue exposurs other duties. For example: Senator his administration may be doing steeples at St. Patrick's emerging
.use the bnnoeni specially made to soothe
such symptoms George on finance and Mrs. Rogerson so now by the rather bars from their scaffolding cacoon as
Soretone LmuneVt has scientific rubcfaoent \eterans affairs to name two disdain of his Securities Ex wings of faith stretching into the

heating ingredientsthtl pad.Helps act attract like glowing frtsb surface armtb blood(rorn lo a widely different fields.It 3Rd'-- change commission for mining sky. The little tot spanking her

supertfcja pan area.Soretone is natural that most congressmen venturei. dolly for falling into the 3rd avenue
a different' Nothing elK "lust toe of the The Chinese Salvation
got into politics by way gutter.
k." Quick, satisfying results must be yours w In general, Interior Secretaries
money back.50c. Economy sue SI 00. legal profession, which is a good Krug and formerly Ickes have built Army officer preaching in the coldat
Try Soretone for Athlete Foot. Kills afl 5 basic training, but today, when the notion that we are mineral- 46th and the Main Drag. A
of common fungi- types many of the most important issuesare sp} ly becoming have-nots. (Although reader who saw it happen suggestsit

economic rather than political, Ickes once wrote an article claim- for a coin-raising poster. A crip-
that makes folks no professional training is in itself big we were all Croesus or better oled mendicant putting a dime in

NEWS sleep all night! broad enough. because of our wealth share in our a March of Dimes container.

Tbouaaade BOW sleep ondutarbed brume of The staffing, however, that has mineral deposits.) They somewhat ,
the newt that U>eu bang awakeDeCI..p&aiusuch been done is invaluable. Now for perplexingly hew to both sides of Bob Hawk believes that
A one
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wsPtt A- .
.., idito F..MT the first time there will be experts the but lean most heavily
ad.rya.I *ebo. |) s That ea < question, big reason we find it hard to
PtLe vmallr alar tibia 24 boor aDd Foley 8iace bud la eo instead of a new inexperienced set toward free trade purchasing sell democracy is because of
te SR>UMS>I>eo pesvaleef
0.File.1'dte nnt benefit TOO vithia 24 brought hi with each chairman. abroad and stockpiling from foreign the poor sample ease we are
KS or DOCBLSJOCB aio Y BAGS. More are needed.
Lake 2f oar tt Get Foley Pills from dbtuYtaatetw.r > sources rather than trying to buildup showing.
001BLE TotL; Some phases of the reorganization or protect domestic activity. Perhaps

plan probably will prove impractical Gideon ELHettler, wearing free trade might be a wise ultimate Midtown Novelette One et

R One of its objectives was fatigue cap and fondling mIlo goal, and perhaps the eco- the fly-by-night realty; firms to

.t 4 to reduce ,the number of measures maize, cleaned up $$44,004 nomically backward nations do town promoted a simpleminded
passed by unanimous consent. This $20,000 for himself and $%Oeoo need our purchases but certainly office boy to vice-president:
COftDSUFFERERS recommended because frequently domestic mining should be main
was for his father-on 240 acres of at $25 per week. When
important legislation was adoptedin Irrigated Und near MeFirland, tained first in lines where it can of their apartment houses lost
this manner with only a small Calif, in his first year out tf the be encouraged.SEN. .
Ir money they'd pot it in his name
number of senators on the floor. Mettler made his .
army. money MALONES '!EW. as a 'presentrrom the finD" .
The roll is not called merely"no raising potatos, sot corn, but The first Republican answer to all The happy youth however discovered
x66 STARTS REUtt IN objections." Various steps were com proved more photogenic this is likely to be,the appointmentof that he wasn't so lucky

JUST 6 SECONDS taken to check this custom but (as well as more useful to radio a new Nevada senator George as creditors foreclosed on him.

there is a human element involved comedians). He attributes partof Malone, a promoter of a Rocky The realtors repeated this
that has to be taken into considera- his farming success to the Mountain improvement organization
: nt.tw ./ trick a doyen times. Our
wpe Wea fact that the area to the Central called "The Industrial "
.... --''' tion.One as Hero recently died. The top
=,tangY thing which helps attendanceconsiderably valley project seems fairly tree I chairman of a public lands subcommittee salary he ever made was $40 a

I ...i...,..VII-:: is the reduction of the of spud-eeekmg insects. to look into the matter. I week. But the obit pages

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I (See recipes below)

: Youngsters' Parties LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU Eti

Has your youngster had a party
? There's Creamed Chicken on Biscuits I
nothing quite
for social training for the Buttered String Beans with b
Pearled Onions t tY
as having a party com-
"hunt and peck" typing has their Social Tomatoes Stuffed with Cole Slaw t"l
place in a busy, efficient of- own. graces, un Beverage Peach Cake l
and consideration of oth-
must flee. If know you're touch-typing after a good Job :your can be taught easily this way Recipe given. li $

a : Of course, a child look
What to dot With a chart of the key may upon ,
tad a few simple Instructions, teach it to purely as fun but he can't helpaQoo 24 teaspoons baking powder U !1
youneJf at bome-tt'. too.
absorbing some
the tinr.pl* role* trotnf that employer M teaspoon salt
expect :to know.Tte social sense about K cop milk
rateable booklet ''Touch.Tpr1n'1t.In : the affair even if 1 teaspoon vanilla
Sett.Taught." five touca-trpewritfec he is young. Idon't
start Instruction and exercises for home S egg whites
lesson, Explains rates for typing collect ; J suggest that
bultDfts. soda and officta etten and any parent wield Cream shortening and sugar together

taMes of figures e e e a strong arm until light and fluffy. Sift
him but flour EspECIALLY designed for th*
salt and
over ,
Send 25 cents tn c<)tr ior your crpy of MI
Touch Tvpevir.tmg Sell Taught" to Week are little ways of coaching him baking powder :.1.\\\ \ tit slightly larger figure is thjj
IT *,ewspaper Service 2tWest 17th handsome nightie. It has Jon
that his small Add si- 1
see guests are com together.
Street New York 11. N Y Be sure t* sleeve '
write plainly your :.ar.c address and and the fact that they have ternately to enough of a pretty shaped,
of b oklet neckline and a'narrow belt that I
name to see him in his own home creamed mixture N1
: the chi a certain awareness with milk. Blend: 1 ties gayly in back Choose a soft,

his role in the matter. in vanilla and uj g all-over flower print or solid tong ,
Cl rayon satin or crepe, and edge with
beat until
As a mother, you should be care-
FQotSHj dainty lace and ribbon bow.To .
smooth. Fold a
the chil in
in planning the food for .
sees'r and seeing that everything stif3y beaten egg whites. Bake ii obtain complete cvttlnj pattern. Ca L
TO NEGLECT SNEEZES smoothly. Little tots are apt greased floured layer cake pan bhlnj Instructions for tie LArge-Sizwf

get very excited at the prospect in a moderately hot (375 degree) Nightgown cents tn coin(Patters TOUT name No. 9046)address send aad X

: // ( / $ a party, so it's a good idea to oven for 25 minutes. Frost wltt: pattern comber
food simple and easytodigestSince chocolate butter cream icing and Due to an nnusualtf large demand and
decorate with white or tinted butte torrent conditions, tngbttr more time H
birthdays are good occa- required In fining orders for a few of the
A bottle of Tick Va-tro-aol is mighty for parties. you might plan a cream icing forced through a pastry mOlt popular pattern number'
tube. Send ;your order to:
supper party: for the young-
Creamed chicken made with For youngsters who are a little
Quickly Refines sneezy, snlfHJ.Etnlly SEWING CIRCLE NZEDLTWOHKSM
distress of of milk an easy to get salad older you might like to have I Soot Weal St. Ckkar T. EL
bead coldi. Mafcrs breathing e*: er. molded fruit, and ice cream and slightly different menu. If the youngsters Enclose 29 cents for Patters

Helps Prued m&nJ colds from is a good starter. are able to manage in the Na
developing If used kitchen themselves it might be s lama.
at tiie Crst vamtag salae or six Creamed Chkken. good idea to let them dig ia and AiSdrn-
1'b1&Do1Ih1e-DufyNo ropashoa1iave (Serves 4 to 6)) toast hamburgers themselves. Oi

yon much misery, Work user! 5 tablespoons batter you might let them fix their owe
roBtw dtrectlorj tn the package,
5 tablespoons Dour sandwiches from bowls of different

VICKS YA-Tad-NOL ?i cop sliced mushrooms kinds of spread. Have milk to drink This Home-Mixed

94 teaspoon salt and serve with ice cream and cake
1H cups chicken broth or cookies, and watch them enjoy Cough Relief Is

H cup light cream or top milk themselves!
z m cops cooked cot up chicken Hard To BeatSe

2 tit yolks, beaten Toasted Deviled Hamburgers No Cooking. Saves Dollars1o

NIGHT MDRNINGJ Mikes I) matter what you're been tutor
Melt butter in top part of double 1 pound beef, ground for coughs due to colds: you U be the
) ten saute mushrooms in it h chili sauce first to admit that this surprtstacrefie&
5 minutes Blend in flour and cap mixed ta your own kitchen is
'"ltltt II" ,.,- IVi teaspoons prepared mustard hard to beat for real results.
until smooth. Add salt. chick-
IH teaspoons horseradish saute Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of
KIGHT the ...D..hea MILKS UTTLE yoora asleep PILLS-orm broth and light cream, stirring 1 teaspoon minced onion granulated sugar and 1 cap of water
until mixture thickens. m few moments until d1 oITed. No
UttU--c.m. of Comlort nudf Worcestershire
yoorditwtiT IH teaspoons : sauce
chicken nd beat rooting is seated&ahead could: do It.
system grudtimSy. Costly, thoroughly:
1 teaspoon salt Or you caD use corn syrup or ttiaid
Brtnly .beII :yoa Deed aD ocankuuUtuatrr from beat, pour slowly over
boner, instead of .
*. They help :you tack: em tb 8 buns or slices of white bread sugar syrup.Then
"'unny-.!).vitboat sudden blutinloB egg yolks, stirring constant. pat 2S ounces of Pines ob-
ettm s cawed by bush partatrn ; Serve over thin wedges of toast. Combine all ingredients except tataed from any druggist) into a pint
*. Tear droiiM MO. them.Mn.1&boratorltllD buns or bread. Toast bread: on one bottle. and Cfl cp with your eyrtrp.
.them-So.you cms Molded Salad. This gtre yon a fun pint of really
bay and take hem wrth romplct con (Serves i) side in broiler tple&did cough relief-about four
a.s- CAlnO0 to be m4t and spread: with t-as much for your mosey. Taun
-t..a abdemhal pda ear orbs .year 1 package Itmon-flavwrwl gelatin rh mixture. Return tn -cisHdren Jon ft It sever pokY
m*of.......4kk..srr.prwmt.Tab.alywdlr 1 rep beritB{ water ;; to the broiler and Q CU feel this torn mixture
.aeMd. taking: right told of a ceogh. It
1 ep cranberry jdee H canned, broil for 6 min ..
.. Laharaterlr. 1EIkhart.. lad.i \ loenens the phlegm Bootbes the irrt
Jetted same ( utes. If desired, toted membruie ant helps dear the
1'JdL'l ::\
: ) 1 apple ;j: the sandwiches air passages Eases soreness! mltfScnlt
breathtas.aDd lets you asep.Finer .
1 be in
i orange may cut
ts a special cocrxrand of
llTIlEPlllS 1 teaspoon lemon Jake halves or strips. rrorta iarredSeots. In concentrated

Lettuce, mayonnaise WIth the sandwiches, serve a form a most reliable sootht&r agent
aal-I for throat and bronchial trrtutioas
Dissolve gelatin la bailing water ad like cole slaw or one of Just try tt. and if not satisfied your

WL.ulul ..BlUj.rz chin ontfl ft tfakkens Crush the tomatoes, potato chips or ,' money will tw nfonded.
or add the juice to gelatin. fried potatoes.If .
apple and leaving don't want the children :
you "
i L $ StwilUfL BcndL OB and combine with lemon working in the latches for the *

and getetsa. Pour into mold party, plan to make the meat mixture '
--- : chill until firm Serve on let- early, refrigerate it and then BUY YOUR
with autyocnaise pop the sandwiches in to broil while

HDTG If a birthday cake is a must at you are working in the kitchen your- EXTRASAVINGS

party plan to make a delicate se1f.For
FLASHES! Get yourself, frost it with children's parties where excitement
long and put the writing tends to run high better \\j/
Women to your <9Y* Don this with a tube. If you're' not quite plan to have checked cloths and old

fanrttanal to vcsaaycause tnaddtage'you period to surer peculiar hot : at this practice the letter- napkins or a paper set so there's_ no sgfv BONDS
suhes IIftT Ua. tijh trca& west & oa waxed paper It can: be worry about laundry. The children
- PtatbamalleuRetabl.toed IceUnn Ttteo to Compound try Lydia to K. : up and used again will feel more at ease, too 11 there

nlaq inch rmptoca Its fnums aren't too mazy breakables or things
for t&ls ptapoMl I i Birthday Cake. while NOW
Taken t.aalartyinkhamis Cao- that roan easily they're having
pored bps trafld up rxitt nt. (Mikes 2 8-inch layers) fan. Tim glassware is especially

reported Mama:sncb benefit et.tn! afro a.Tbooaanda Tary ef.ctte.bar H cup shortening undesirable, as some of it is rare to

n mae Je tool Worth trjlaf! t I 1 cup granulated sugar be broken and it may hurt someone,

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vi GLADES COUNTY when the ice pellets began to falL loss of rights as indicated in Su- :ind ondJtions security under holders which who stockholders do not appear the deceased estate and of William Lutle Henry Mote Jackson Jackson

Down near Ritta a farmer claimedto preme Court decisions under pre- upon the books of the company widow and sole heir at .a w> 01 William -

F, t DEMOCRAT have seen a few flakes of snow sent legislation through county tax is trustees hold stock and that securitiesn of a plaintiff Henry and Jackson Federal, Security deceased jre-$m-
capacity other than
if"f but I saw neither snow nor sleet suits or issuance of tax deeds tondlviduals. a fide and this affiant has pan)", a corporation organized and existing -
> MOORE HAVEJT. FLORIDA ona under the laws or the State ot
and frankly if I never do again, This would include protection 10 reason to believe that any other has Delaware, et aL, are defendants,. beIng -
association or
: ', here or elsewhere, it'll be too soon against possible loss of reserved >erson.interest direct or Indirect In the ae number "5.
Entered my
as second-class matter. May DONE AND ORDERED at MoreHaven.
I. 127 at the Postofflce at Moore ) rights-of-way. laid stock, bonds. or other securities Glades County, State of '"or-
Haven Florida, under the Act of The general topic of conversation Provision of a specific statutory .ban as so stated by him. number of ida. this the Uth day of February
rI 5. That the average
Congress of March I. 1IS7.
J now is, "since this general freeze right to oust squatters from district wpies of each issue of this publiea- 1917

has come and there is no seed cane property, including provision that"squatter's :ion sold or distributed, through II1Ibtocrtb-the (SEAL) D. S. WEEI S
I nails or otherwise, to paid
PaI II.lte. Every Friday By will it make a difference in whether rights" do not apply rs during the twelve months pre- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
: established the cedingthe date shown above
or not the sugar mill is against district. ALLISON & KELLYBy
CARR SETTLE Publisher (This information U required
r here" It was a matter for Power to reserve rightofwaysin tally, weekly, semiweekly, and tri Thomas for Alexander Plaintiffs.
concern, of course, and since the 'deeds in the same way as has 'weekly newspapers only) Feb H-:l-l. March 7,

obserlptl. RatestBU mill officials were expected here been done by trustees of the Sworn CARR to and SETTLE.subscribed Publisher before me

Dee Tear $150 this week and nothing was heard al Improvement Fund Internc-I I this 11th day of February "47. I

M..th. ____.___ $1.25 from then, it grew almost into Right of the district board ([SEAL) J.Notary M. COUSE.Public.

alarm in some quarters. But Ed pervise location of canals connecting My commission expires in 1950

F Frienoa said he got "lonesome" with main canals after individuals Mark R. Tennant

1Itmt''S$ .\\" Tilt; P.ITIIOLTallahassee again yesterday and called up Mr with lands away from main! IN Tilt ('I ltd IT Cot RT OF TIIK !Uee..4
Caldwell in Louisiana. Caldwell] canals secured by court action the' TWUFTIl Jlli'i.ti CIUCIIT OPTHK
!"TVTK OK }t'I.OlelU IN .tlFOK >
( Democrat) told him that be was Interested in right to go through the property I' (.1.%I.F" rtll'\TIN \-. Real Estate Broker

Florida sheriffs apparently have i reports OB the Irene and damage of others to reach main canals. nn,,('J.I\'. GLADES COUNTY LAVDS
o. 2413I.
organized their warfare against the done bat that it would Dot have

Mate highway patrol, and they're any effect whatever on the com- STATFMKX.T OF TIIK OUM'ItMIIP.M )I. HERNDON HANSPROVGH.- as Administrator 607 Congress BIdg Miami, fla.

MifpteC at It already in preparation pany's plans for the mill here. Why .\\A(.FNE\T. I.ATION. of the Estate of William #
FTC. KEQI IHEII m TIIK ATOF Qenry Jackson, Deceased, and
for a* all oat campaign to abolish they didn't come down this week ('O\ItFFS: Ofr \lfaloT 24.I LUTIE MOTE JACKSON, widow and
It wig the 1947 legislature con- isn't exactly clear but he (Caldwell) "'2. AO! .tMFMlMI: WTilt-: ole heir at law of William Henry
.*rr* OF >U nell 3. una, %M Jackson Deceased,
r.e*. said they would be down in a weekor JULY :, 1846- Plaintiffs,

The sheriffs just don't like the two ready to go to work Some -- vsFEDERAL.
additional has been requested Of The Glades County Democrat SECURITY COMPANY, a
patrol. They also don't like the data corporation organised and existing1under
published weekly at Moore Haven,
Idea that it might one of these days and will be forthcoming as soon as Florida, for October 1940. the laws of the State of Delaware D.\\-E TOCKMWS

it can be accumulated. STATE OF FLORIDA ) et al, )1.CIIIXtRS.US and
beeeate a sort of state constabulary Defendants.
with the high sheriffs themselves Naturally we can't know the COUNTY OF GLADES *"): NOTICK TO ITKn IlKPUlt Slnno

redteed to serving civil papers thoughts of the Louisiana mill folks Before me, a Notary Public in and STATE OF FLORIDA:
for aforesaid, TO: FEDERAL SECURITY COMPANY, Phone 113-U Clewkton }'Ia.
bat it would appear that the recent State and County ,
1 Rex Sweat of Duval County, whois personally appeared Carr Settle, who, a corporation organized and existing
established under. the laws of the State
freeze has more nearly
having been duly sworn according to
one of the state's beet sheriffs, of Delaware with its office and
us as a cane producing section than taw dtposen and aaya that he is the
principal place of business at 104 \ COMPLETE and MODKIINCIIIM3
Is indulging in a name-calling campaign publisher of the Glade. County Demo-
we were before. The myth of the West Tenth Street. City of Wilmington
crat and that the following Is. to the
lie denounces the patrol as County of New Castle,
M \ $1101'Welding
Moore Haven "cold spot. helped best of his knowledge and belief, a "
State of Delaware.
"the uniformed taxi service of the
true statement of the ownership, man-
along by the Weather Bureau which You are hereby required to file an
privileged few," and uses other agement (and if a daily weekly-serai- In this suit in this Court
weekly the Boring, loathe Weed
triweekly ,
always prophecies temperaturesthree or newspaper before the 24th day of March.
on or
uncomplimentary phrases. He ia circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication -
colder here U47
four degrees
of the Florida Sheriffs or for the date shown In the Milling Grinding
president The nature of this suit is to quiet ,
than in other parts of the 'glades, above caption, required by the act of the title to the following described
Association, and editor of their
August 24. 1912. as amended by the
was exploded this time for Moore property lying, being and situate in
magazine, but the good sheriff is acts of March t, 1993, and JuTy 2, the County of Glades, State of Florida ServiceOn
Haven temperatures were higher 194S (section 5S7 Postal Laws and Repair
hardly the fellow who would think :
Regulation), printed on the reverseof
than in many places on the extreme Northwest Quarter (MVU) ofSection
all by himself, the things he this form, to wit: Half
up 27 and the North Starters GeneratorsHydraulics
Magnetos, ,
south side of the lake and the 1. That the names and addresses (Nof Section 28 in Township

says freezing: temperature did not last of the publisher editor, managing 38 South. Range IS East, -' Carburetors and
The record doesn't support editor, and business managers are: said suit having been filed in the ,
as long. Publisher, Carr kettle: Moore Haven, Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial
Sweat's charges that patrolmen idle, The mill officials know too or Florida. Circuit for the State of Florida in and Electric MotorsFRIEDA'S

away their time. In 1945 and 1946,, should have studied the data to that Florida Editor Carr Settle, Moore Haven. for Glades County. wherein J. Herndon ol'
Hansbrough, admiimtr r
the patrol recovered or participated extent, that there have always been: Managing editor Carr Settle, Moore I
in stolen ., Haven, Florida.
of 3,315 cars
'. recovery freezes detrimental to cane, us Business manager Carr Settle, Moore
worth $3,285,000. apprehended 508 ually several years apart, in the Haven, Florida.
escaped prisoners and 657 "wanted 2. That the owner is: (If owned
: 'glad(8. Despite this they know by a corporation, its name and address
persons;" found 665 missing per that the growing of cane and the must be stated and also immediately -
sons first aid to 1,545 injured thereunder the names and
; gave
processing of !sugar is a sound addresses of stockholders owning or
persons; investigated 7,086 ac- profitable industry, year in and holding one percent or more of total
: amount of stock If not owned by a
cidents; arrested 17,601 persons,, out because this winter
year Simply corporation, the names and addressesof
gave 259,402 drivers license examinations has brought such a freeze is no' the Individual owners must be

denying licenses to 67.261. reason for believing that such a or given.other If unincorporated owned by a firm concern company, its, BEAUTY SHOPPE
These are just some of the major' thing will happen every year. name and address, as well as those of
duties of the patrol. each Individual member, must be ":
All the sheriffs and all their
Bids were opened Monday by the The Glades Printing Co. Inc. f

deputies hardly can claim a, much REA for their new power plant for Moore F. Deane Haven.Duff Florida.Clewiston: Fiord la. b\>D\\ICH SHOP-CLEAN IVT.OY, FLA.-

activity as the highway patrol for the second time and this time the F. Deane Duff Clewiston. Florida. ; w'*
; the safeguarding -otj property and 3. That the known bondholders ;, .
low bidder was Coleman and Fry, mortgagees, and other security holders -
} human life. indeed- the patrol was I Clewiston contracting firm Their owning or holding I percent or Helen Curtis Cold WaY
created by the legislature becausethe bid was approximately $76,000 and more of total amount of bonds mort- Specializing in !
gages or other securities are: None. ', **
public had come to recognize the the time given for construction 4. That the two paragraphs next
genuine need for a constabulary above, giving the names of the own- '
240 Since this bid is
very hold and Machineless Permanents
i era, stockholders and security '
operating on the highways nearly in line with the estimatedcost era, if any, contain not only the list .. *
The price of a driver's license is of the first proposed buildingit of stockholders and security holders
as they appear upon the books of the
little cost for having an
a mighty
seems probable that REV will company but also' in cases where the I.
organization such as the Florida award the contract to this com stockholder or security! holder appears -
Also Brands of Machine
highway patrol The people will upon the books of the company Popular
I pany as soon as possible to get the as trustee or in any other fiduciaryrelation
defend the patrol The legislator work underway The time element the name of the person or
who to abolish it cripple corporation for whom such trustee is Waves
votes or
is disappointing for 240 days is almost acting ill given: also that the said
it because of pressure from the eight months, meaning that two paragraph contain statements
sheriffs will feel some real I embracing affiant's full knowledgeand
pressure' the new plant will not be ready for belied as to the circumstances and

from the people.34EANDEINGS. operation, probably, before the first

of next November althovfh the .i'

generating units will be ready in


By Carr Settle Last week I argued so hard try- THE i

ing to get the other old folks to

go to the "liarch of Di_" dance

We may have a few serpeats that I talked myself right into it "JEEP"is I
running around loose but no Floridian and when the music started I was

has ever tried to establish the there And It wasn't a fit night for

fact that he te Bring in the Gardenof befog a wallflower for the cold ,

Eden; yet he is able to sympathize weather overcame any feeling of 'N": ;" !

with the northern tourists who reticence at displaying oar ter- now "[ : r

.f run south tsun themselves on pischorean ability It was a huge t ,-

Florida beach., refugees from the success from the standpoint of the

frigid weather of their native state waltters and foxtrotters for the

only to find themselves shivering Jitterbugs didn't have a chance to AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERYIN

o much worse than the natives: when crowd in edgeways. We're all sorry

the Yankee weather breaks throughand if we had the kids stymied but try CLEWISTONThe

pays us a visit and find any of the older group

Sure some of them are disgrontl-' who went. who will say they didn't

ed and want to go back home to have a good time They won't be

the most rabid found because they all did and are
and even
get warm, most versatile motor car ever built. Use '
booster will have to admit begging for a repeat performance

that Florida they can probably keep warmer I think Mark Greene, Red Cross it for a light farm tractor, for towing loads far beyondits

daring chairman, ia plannteg a Red Cross -
northern homes
in their weight for motor in places would
car uses
weather than they can herein benefit dance during the annual you never

chilly weather not nearly so chilly Bat drive If he does arrange It. doa dare use another car. "

Crackers know that when the I miss It. You'll find that Moore Haven : ,

we blow it's only for a folks are Jut as capable of letting ; ,
wintry time and that very loon Old I their hair down and having a

short again as good time as any group of people Almost -
$ Sol will be bearing down any attachment can be used on your;4- -
.... of our rold'Warm I anywhere. .
Most -
u .... '
as c. it the -
I lad about three days, even Jeep, making most useful and economical fanrf"servant.

t spells If this one has been a little longer Everglades DrainageContinued ,>

when we build
start spendthink -
before we
of that insulating ( from Page 1)
hard cash
lug goodmaterials: heating systems, use of two funds, one of $186,000

central another of $50.000, for construction See the JEEP, today and if you like it, DRIVE IT HOME-
maintenance. The first set
the and ,
'Vrsonally I've rather enjoyed
+ codsatherbut little aside for debt service; is not DOW

am It had already needed for that purpose. The second '" ,.; .

disappointed, nothing since would havebeen now in the Federal court r gistry. ; -atSugarland-

frozen and wasn't Just a few is scheduled for release i.un. .I
that it
hurt last Sunday 10 some It was suggested that iti.

degrees colder ne1'l'rfeen original purpose the protection o t ,

of the Florida folks ie been able to'' holders of bonds involved in a debtsettlement

Inow might & ambttlonhave i might be served by securing
life-long MotorsPhone
realized a day for It. I'm I discretionary authority foxthe :

It was a perfect sleet out I board to pay such bonds afterthe :1

told that there was someof eolored fands release, if the 01i"Mnare
Benbow a 44
found. Clewiston
near scurrying for cover Florida I
cabbage cutters fderable fright" Exemption of the district free l '.
and not
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ed. Jack Fry finance chairman of theaters which still have pedagr.

i"It 'i Attending were: Margaret B0rles, the Snparland District, said yester- Quire Get a.tour Tour. Mart U. with S. Army the Army.ReersitingStation. .-

Clarice Sellers, Garnet Lynn Gantt day that a goodly amount was rais- .
Cheryl Sheridan Mena Jo Jee Pat ed in the first day of soliciting and Comeau BoBdiag
a PERSONAL and, SOCIETY Bowyer, Tommy Hntchlnsan, J bn- there is every indication that the WEST PALM BCACH FLORIDA

I I'L nie Vain, Richard Yates, E. GConse. drive for the J7W queta will be a

a Frankie Seller. Car Joaa- SBccesafnl one. FEMALE HELP WANTED
ww..wcry soil and Jerry Lee. Each worker was given a bt ofnante
} 6fi4v$_ta+""Cfid K }t ,s'dd.t _, .. .. . _ _ _ _
wL "Ii g g g g g ," to contact hot if year name
l Mrs. J. B. Sellers and children Mrs. Doug Clarke of Wcverty,I STORK SHOWER HONORS was forgotten and yos with te ooatrihnte "A VON PRODUCTS INC., needs a

saeat the we.fc-ead in Arcadia. ease down Thursday to visit her MRS JOHN )100111nun.U' to the ndvaaecsataft ., this Sale Representative for JIIeGIoe
"other, Mrs. s. C. Stall leading yoath movement Mad a 1}, Haven and C1e..... Write low.

O. C. wa.---A.._ Park was Mrs. John )Moore was honored check to Mr. Fry. I j address to District M.ate. GeL
a vMMr la Ware oa Friday. Yeraoa Smith at Oklahoma CUrs I last Friday night with a stork [ Del., Moore Haven." Up.FOK .

the gaeat of Mr. sad Mo. JSBM !shower given by a cocuthtee frost HELPVTIn M1.RM

K. T Alkin and B. O. Woodward Woodward for a few day, ;the Woman's Missioaary Society of SALK -2-waeei trailer, la
tae Baptist Chares at the hone of 'i
were to Arcadia Taesday. 45,1510 0001)Joe. good condition and good tires.
V.... p.... of Tasnaa $
was a Mn. W. L. W heiia toB. A >TH IlIaD and socket hiteh, f 15.-
\A llea 1e<<'. TUAIM> .
basines visitor here for s day or A delightful "cabbage patch"theme i t
-i Mr. sal Mrs. L M. Ully seat HCB5'.1 Rl" Fred Jenkins. XX
two this
f Satarday to 1 fort Myers. was used repteaeatiog the
week."L. English version Postal Clerk
;:, of oar own "stork Mae OperatorsiDraftasea
B. C. ...... left Saaday far Mr. .. D. Carr and sayta. Cabbage scads wore made. PREFABRICATED HCTMaVTS -

; IsrlrsoaTiBe aa a business trip. Patty ware vtoiton ia Miami aWadaesil4 frost green crepe paper sad cat-oat Meat Motor Technician Inspector 16 x 46, 1275.06; 1C x 4ft. i2S.t".
of thi* week atttaiss 'of babies were pasted to 1n estifatorsDessSltioe
DeBvery ta It-Ii"'" G. C. Flain-
J_ Baa Witts to a visitor ta the leaves. These "cabbage were Stenographer Technicians I fag Palmdale Dealer.
4 fsasi tMgj.Mr Mr. geld .. Cyril Beehee left seed very cleverly to carry oat a Accountants I
Tacaday tar their home te Mtosoari forecast for Mrs. Moore.A 8hof> ClerkaGMdrr 7
after sanaalng the'past few month number of .... sad ]MecCwnic
contests Traffic t
M Kr*. K. Jordaa wiMr. I DtUGUSEXD Tnt..oCKCIUSB
.... were played as arranged by Mr*. M Tour new Regular Army needs approximately -
.l1IUa ... wet Ida Fen Myerstteday. Sat- tt,..* men awcrth. in
work wanted hy day or tsaUsst
A. Summers the winners being Mn. order to fill important peacetime
Mr. sad Mrs. Made Geese sad: John Brown and Mn. Fred Jeak- poets It i* offertaw 4..**t coot isle Philip Gray. UU N. PMaway.
Mrs. J. O. Greene spent Saaday! Ins with Mn. J. W. Cram a south to tile mea who can mimnnP.
and Jdn. J. A. Lee and faavUy .n.W. Lake Worth, Ft. 1M 1-1_
.. with )ir. and Mrs. X. L. Wood ia: A. Boatman tying for a third Suiting pay is ITS a month in addition -
sirsaisaslii ay Audrey Taylor, Port Myw to food clothing qaarters.Mdlcal .
Ia the first two Instances the
...... to wart Sunday afterao**. and dental emre. Tne eIe nee
prizes, baby gifts were presented for promotion is excellent And foulearn FOR SALE-5-rooss modem lotuss. sand
Mr. and >>n. Albert Inaiater and by the winners to Mrs. Moore. In valuable skill and trades whilserving -I 10
land '
Mr. and Mw. W. G. Smith sad.I acres $C. or
Ralph Inatager of Kansas City the latter Mn. Baseman was allowed -] Three-yearnlrstm- nts allow ( Vioic.of .-. house and lot. $4.500. H. Moser.
Bart Smith Hiataakvhrftad .
an of .
hrnnrh <.f rT fri.m th.s- atthracaneir
peat Satadar will Mr. and )In.L. .
to keep her prize and Mn. Cram 14 miles S. E Moore Haven. ltP.
finals acre this wet*. and d"q> .a-=;
M. UQy sad Mr. sad Mn. M. A. presented Mn. Baseman with her

..-.. pi toe.
5 Mrs. W. C. Nail of Clewtotos
-.- sees Wadtosday acre with tar sh>. Cake aad coffee were served at
Mr. sad Mrs. A. P. Walters and the conclusion of the shower.
:Mr Stall
l' her awe *
asa, Gale of Chartestoa, S. C., arc Tae group sending gifts most of Shoe Repairing :
TtotttBg M*. sad Mrs. B. A. ____.
wham were present were: Mrs
s. P. Darraace
sad aw. Dfekfe Mr. sad Ms Walters to makeGary. .
of Mini. vMttf. Mr. sad Mrs. JMVaa Florence Ryan, Mn. E. J. Bowyer
their bsme lore. AVE
Mn. W. T. Ball Mrs R. A. WilBam -
,.. : DCMe Taeeday. *, Mn. Rebecca Dspree. Mrs.I IOST OmCE \RC.DESD WILL \PPREO.TE'orl:

3ida y Belcher now statieacd L R. Strickland Mn. J. W Keloa PATRONAGE. ;I"
$. P. O.** ey at Moaticello isvtoMag I at Part DX N. Jer.. to spead- ,
Mrs. B. M. Daniel Mrs. Zelma
his ew, Clye Cooksey *..I ts<< a befit rarloma acre with Barhee Mrs. Frazier Mrs D. E.\. nmSG'Orn HOE REPAIR WORK TO US" !

fasatty. reJathaM frIea .. He will retarD i
Griffith Mn. Ann Summers Mrs I
( eaap E. L. Brsnnaa. Mn. E. C Byrd.
Dee Bridgur, Clyde C* fcy a&4 Mn. O. H. Bond. Mrs. J. W Crum. J. A. WALKER
#' & P. Csokcoy made a trip to Ml Fred Panders jr., of Gaimet- Mn. W. L. Bryant, Jel.... R. E Jor-

;" alai Ta4ay. riDe satait 1M waek- sMt ken with' .... Mn. R. T. Aaera. Mrs. Paul i

his pareatc. He expects to mrre' Wilson Mr. Mack Greene Mn.

V B. Womack received word this hit family here wttate the next: trs. P. E. Laady. Mrs. Fred Jenkins

week that his son Arthur.Womack'I day. Mn. J. P. McEwea. Mrs. W. L.

has received his discharge and is on'' --- Bellamy, Mn. L. M. Lilly Mrs. H. i1J1i'.I

hit way, bere to make his home Mr. and )(no V. B. Womack at-I P. Brown, Mn. Claire Wflson. Mrs. Get the Habit of Shopping tttTb
with his, p1 rents.INODtE I t tended: the 4th soul ball of the H. I. Robinson Mrs W. S. Boze-

I 1 V.r.W in St. Petersfcarg last week lain, Mrs. George Sttrgts Mrs. J. i

1 Mrs. WomMfc rtsastert for a longer C. Swindall. Mrt. M. A. Simmers

visit but Mr. \roaartc bat re- Mrs. LOla Echoic Mrs. N. L. Lang.date. Ia 'E"Family

UTlled bome. Mrs. H. Etherton and Mrs. i

John Brown. Fort 1
Ward BHBson of Pompaao spent

Tuesday here with Mr. and Ms. E. V. F. \V. AltXIUARY HAS LVpt.
hers #
L[ Brannen.- "Mrs.' rtnaoa and VALENTINE PARTY ,
Beverly.! who bare tMIMl.hidB! Store Fla. '

/ beef.' for the past week retwfSed! The ladles saxiliary of the V. F.

lOU:. with him. entertained. eV. F. W. meat-

hen with aa original Valentine
Sun t M +ineb.. 16-17 Mr. and Mn. W. E. Simoa of party tort Thanday. sight at th*

"THE STRANGER" Albany, lad.. arrived Taesday far home of Mn. Joe Van De VeM Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or MoreBUT

Edfftrd G Robinson a visit with Mr*. Sintea's sister. The grip enjoyed playing bingo
News Mrs H C. Keeaan sad Mr. Keaaaa.Mrs sad games with a Valentine theme. FROM Om C.T.LOC.h'rr IWMXKJ items

_ Keeaaa sad Virgil met their) First prise ws won hy Rev. JohnA.
_ Tne Wed.. Feb. 18-19
; 1 plane ia MiaaI. I, Moore while Mn. T. F. Sheridan .
"cX'KEnm Mlit.V'LE'Frank :
.' i coasoUtioa.
I I won the
; MorganCartoon Mrs. D. C. MtteheU and .*.. C.I!,I After aa enjoyable evening the

i E. Gerhe of Ctewtotoa sad Mtos, hostesses served strawberry shortcake -

Ruth Retttg of WaxahateMe, Texas! with whipped cream and coffee
20 j
Onf DaOnl -Thur* '
; '
:--1."\\ :.: :...fI .,,' ', ;, mr spent Monday" and Tuesday oa a' to Mn. H. E. Randall Mr. and MrsJ. .
visit to Key W aL Mrs Mitchelland L. H........ Rev. and Mrs Joh I
.. --,.,' : 3c Mr Rettfe are stst rs Of Mrs.tlericxe. A. Moore Mr. Warrlck Harry: PJohasoa

htar; n 'E Mrs. Bert Hadden Mr r..j' FLAMINGO 4

Mr*. T. F. Sheridan, Mrs. R E ,1
vr and Mn. W. L. Wetacrtattaa Jordan, Mn. P. E. Lundy Mi, ':\J t i
..i.rt Mr. and Mrs. U. M. IMy *..kMiv A. Sasusen. and Joe Van Dv, : i I

Lila i Ecboto to West Lila and little daaghter, Jane.
nparh Snnaav. Mrs Bchote was re"jT.mg .1


h"rAM \a: but pass: to stop aft WFTH Blli THI>.\\' PARTY

\ 1:1.: Ga fora brief '\'tIlt.1 > _
Warren Brown was honE. \ '

QIC S Gr \1.:*see J---; Via De velde! a sarprtoe birthday pam It .J.-- Roughage and Concentrated Feeds
OUTSTANDINENTERTRIl4IMEN Man Aaa Draacaa.. stvdoatuth day night at the home of V' ;.1.1

-? Gcargto Cotteav at Mr. Avant Brown given for bin, *'> h Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users
_. ca i.rrlr d 'Tharaday Col-I his sister. Mir Lola Brown
--iul the week*d hen with Game were played and cal < and IX
:are nrs. Mr. sad Mrs. Joe Yam poach were served. Those<< attend-'I MOORE HAVES
Veld- and Dr. sad Mrs. D. lag reported a wonderful time

'; ..ighnV Present were J. C. andnni4'I I'VOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.)
Ruth Radd, Back Theima and Ray
and1n.. C. W. BctUc! of C.tHa*. Vrriaa, D D&W. Kenneth., MOORE HA VEX, FLORIDA

1:. nd,-rsoa, Tf na. sad Miss Kath Mary Loin and Martha Brown.l
'tKM '
e--i: of Wa.ahatehee. Tes i. are Kfrj: ; May Starjr. Robert Pernire. .
V-s;ring thi'T iJanchtan and staters. Glees sad Csthhert McDoffie.
M-s D. C. M;hell of Moor Naves 'War Sttwstt sad James Crain.
And Mrs. Tar! E OerWw of CJe1ri- \ TTT :

err ; Is' .-a ON BORN

Mand Nr H D. Freemag of Mr. sad Mr*. W. J. Kellogg are

H.:ad, rsaa the! N C.. aiit *d the the sroad patents of a SOB. bon:

tt.ddle of ,,,st week for a visit with yet Satardar, Pokier 8. at tb Coleman & Fry
M I' by. )!r Fre 8aaa tte six poaad. thirteen ounce*.
whfle Mr.
t t ;s home oa Saturday
-. OCR an to ressasatae for a loafer t Boy Scout Drive
s vis'tUM For District FundsIs


1 1 !' !+1 a Linda Lee -celebrated her *fatthh.rthday I fClewteton Sews) Commercial and Residential Construction

Plus Ftal.e"p.RlWrs at a party glvea yeRerI The Sngartaad District started iacampaiga

HOLIDAY" I day afternoon by her awtaer. MnJJ. for foods to finance attivittes WILL RE GLAD TO FURXIMI PLAXS AND ESTIMATES.
of the district and its shanof
t A. le
:Pal C'BrtonFti.
II i The children played" indoor pat'Sanel the Gatfstream Council activities ON ANT JOB

Sat Feb :1-%% 1 j is s contest prizes were awarded at s breakfast held Toesda]
Cheryl Sheridan aad Frankie morning at the Clewito& Inn Scan'
DICK TRACEVAction Sellers. Valentine-shaped cocker Executive A P. Patterson of We* Phone 188 Clewiston
Like;, It I'
As Too and Katk'Pts of candle were giveseach Palm Beach was present tQ help tfc< .
Pint -JTXGLE RAIDERS cUd at favor Birthday I twelve workers at the dtotrfcl

rT: p'j i] cake and hoi chocolate were serv council to map. plaa fur the drtf.


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iT, JOSTll I II I 1"dlOHUJ I Woman's World Gems of ThoughtTOUR

I !f r FPSlFPl Tows Colorful New Curtains Give '1 mind enclosure is your, into own which private

I nothing harmful or degrading

& He Is! R : Needed Tonic to Many Homes :i can.enter without your permission. V

'. Snuth-I'm a father! I'm a father I I Ii
In WASHINGTON i I Ii Tte nation ubtib gins its humblest -

Boss So's old Gowac citizen *" equal abaci with
your man.

,r Ij Ii back to work. By WNU Walter Corresponded Shead i d3qj Grlla fiat') !I every otter for person ill People.it rich ill opportuiutiet .

Life is too short to remember
i Not Dry Cleaned THIS Is the time of year when *

"//,', jo fry slourdf ,." W SO Wtthittftaa Bureau many a homemaker gets the i( New Silhouette unpleasant things.
"Y IS, be it." sue E,.Se..N. W. urge to do something "different" to Standing on your dignity won'tlift
f "Do think, 'ashes f her heard of this high.
you u : home. I've even you very
"Ob, be u,as bet all right, but be drift U.N. Food Organization Moving feeling taking expression in such We have no more right to con-

F a bad color 'I Towards Workable Program I drastic steps as changing the whole sume happiness without produc-

t : layout of furniture, or in buying new ing it than to consume wealth
There was a man who was so i things that dents in the
put big without producing George
t fat that he was two inches taller I As THIS is written, representa budget.
; Bernard Shaw.
i tives of 18 of
sitting down. I
: Most of us can't afford this biga
| many nations are in almost continuous
t I dose of tonic, so I'm going to tell
session attempting to piece together
you of a simple way to add a new
a workable and acceptable M1M1M1M1M1M1AM1M1M1 .o-e' o P4
feeling to the home and to give yourself t
UUSEHP program for a world plan to handle
a lift at the same time. You'D ASK ME ?
and stabilize the prices on all food 1
find that simply adding new treat J JA
Surpluses and for international cooperation
ments to the windows will give you I ANOTHER
1 INTS! on world food problems, just the touch of freshness you'reseeking. ,
under the aegis of the United Na \ General Quiz ]j
tions Food
and Agricultural organiza
To make gloss paint flow more tion. First, here's a tip about selectinga f M1M1AAM1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1M1The

readily, place the container in a i i Any prediction a few months ag color. Study the room carefully Questions
pan of warm water for ten min that the international commission and try to pick up one of the colors I

utes. could work out inch an agreement in your furnishings or wallpaper | 1. How many steps must bi
which you've neglected. Then see climbed to reach the of Washington
-eII and, more important, that the Amer. top
your vacuum cleaner belt ican congress would accept any suet if this can't be made up into the monument?

breaks when you are in the midstof plan, would have been shrugged off window treatment. 2. When was the first comic book

cleaning, put a rubber Jar ring as highly improbable. However, the If, for example, you want to use published?

In its place temporarily. fact Is that the experts declare a sheer surtains in a creamy whiteor : 3. What is anchor ice

-.- practical plan Is ready for ecru shade, don't give up the idea V. 4. Is the moon hotter or colder .
repom- of using color. For a treatment suchas L t. than the earth?
To keep files sharp see that theii mendation. What is more, there It
surfaces are protected when not every likelihood that our congress, this, you might make a frame for V 5. How many miles of railroadare

in use. despite its ultra-conservatism, finally the window out of wall board or ply there in the United States?

: -e- win approve the recommendations wood. Incidentally, this is a nice "Remember the Alamo" was

{ Wet wails inside a home should and that the United States government trick for making narrow windows the cry of what battle?

cause the householder to check the will Join In the world food look more luxurious. Paint the framein 7. What is the weight of the

flashings. Also examine the exterior plan. an attractive design and run it 4 a"Molly's smallest screw used in a watch?

walls for holes or breaks. The recent proposal of England'i down to the floor; if the window is 8. Where is a dactylogram mos'

-e- Sir John Orr was so widespread in short, run the frame across the bot likely to be found?

Build rural mail box tom. Prepared trimmings which are
your just scope and dictatorial its
high enough so the carrier can that the United States conception govern self-pasting also may be used to decorate The Answers

reach it without the frame, if you are not handy
conveniently getting ment could not go along. However, with brush.
out of his car. Underneath the : the present commission, according a 1. There are 898 steps.

,.. box construct a small platform for to advance information, is attempting Treating Windows to Let 2. The first weekly comic maga-

the reception of packages. An idea] to accomplish the same results Light Come Through tine was published in PhiladelphiaIn

platform size is 14x18 inches. by means of multilateral agree 1848, called "The John Donkey."
i ments with the several nations on I' Most rooms could'ust a bit of good new riding habit silhouette 3. Ice formed at the bottom of

i various commodities. old sunlight, and window treatments b featured In this spring suit donein a body of water.
i! can be made to encourage the sun 4. In its sunless the temperature
shades of light and dark. The region, -
g Stabilization Sought peeping through them. In this caseI don is about 240 below
STRONG HUSKYYOUNGSTERS upper part of the Jacket Is in degrees
According to Information, the most I you must make use of sheer curtains fieldstone gray. Hat is designed by zero. In the full sunlight, the

i promising proposals which have !i which will permit light to come Lilly Daehe. temperature goes up at least as

,+ t been accepted by the commissioncame 1 I through, but drapery material that is high as that of boiling water.

thinks to this from our own department ol ; heavy and patterned also may be 5. Approximately 233,670.

agriculture and from the newly- i used to enhance the treatment.If the plain across the comics and 6. San Jacinto.

ttcti ENERGY TONIC formed International Federation of you want to let In a lot of light hang floor length panels of solid col- 7. It weighs 1/563,000 of a pound.

yet give the Impression of the win- ored drapery material. Tom panels \
Agricultural Producers, organized 8. In a police station. (It's a fingerprint .
Kaa- factor remount foo4VUU0 in London earlier last year. It rep-i dow being draped, hang sheer curtains make a nice looking treatment, record.)
I Scotfc XmnUiom b resents and speaks not only for our I from top to bottom. Then use a panel at each side and oat down
MOM iff rick> k MtitrtJ AD i extra of sheer curtains the < ---=
VlUmlM aal MtrtT-bnlblii* own national farm organizations an pair middle. --------

e U children. sad for prop r but also for the farm organizations in I and hang them In a drapery pattern If you have a room In the attic "
wtb, teoM.
tithr..idne itroif bodi*. fiWp*ouil kwU 13 member countries and for 5 ,1 ........ u_ I with small windows, you can have *!),headache relict ia
to oU to* U AwtU other countries which have not yet \ an inexpensive treatment for them land miseries of colds
AD dtfloUnt. Scott' i
tobySCOTT'S/ AU druggists.r Joined the FAO.Recommendations. by using feed, sugar or flour sacks StJoseph ASPIRIN KSt:;
dyed to match the color scheme of
of the commission --
the Use short tailored
EMULSION room. curtains
provide formation of a World i ,
and run them across the win-
Food council and this council would
dows. Place cornice or ruffle at eDouble
by agreement, attempt to insure that
the top of the windows in a contrasting
trade and commodity
programs darker shade than have
would conform to the efforts of agriculturists -
used for the curtains themselves.
to stabilize world food
prices of surpluses and improve Making stubby windows appear a
longer is a trick that some of us
production and distribution oi
agricultural ---..- need at one time or another. A cornice '
products. The council
is the easiest way to do thisas the pleasure of
also would cooperate with such international
Create new window effects it creates the illusion of height.
organizations as the International If you use sheer curtains and draperies w4/1ci1l/ Ask for SOUSas
Trade organization, letting them overlap. Use interesting both at the window have

tc aN r iIrte which has for its purpose the In- colored tiebacks or knobs fora enough of the drapery material so well as Heels
crease of world trade
and stabilization dash of color.If .
that you can cut the two complete
of commodity prices the In- have short windows
; you hang patterns from the drapery and paste
ternational Federation of Agricultural them with short, sheer curtains, but these on either side of the cornice. O'Sufffvan

Producers, which has for its purpose don't stop therel I Have a cornicein Another simple way of making the
the stabilization of farm export an attractive color, and then pipe
window look longer is to use a cor-
prices and to fix minimum and drapery material which has been
CALOXfor nice and have the top and sides
t change to maximum prices for food exports, set on the sides of the window with piped or painted with material
and the International Trades Union the same color have in the cor-
picked up from the room, a dark
fauc organization, also established L-A:
the effect recently
in London. nice.Or solid color is best Then pipe the
use a cornice made of a pleated curtains with this same material

on your smile These three organizations would or gathered drapery material and where they come together and at the

Elfidnl'Cola corks two ixret act as fountain heads of suggestionsupon let the material of extra draperiesgo bottom.

which the World Food council at the edges of the window.
1 Helps remove 6laa...bri .oat
would Another that is
act. The treatment
aU the natural lustre of TOUT temporary commission very .
mile. now in session, has before smart employs sheer curtains, but
2 A *r c2al Ingredient ia Calox it the suggestions of many nations a colorful chintz Is added to the I I Window Sewing Tips

encourages gW manage... involved which have been presented cornice, and a deep border of the 1 When you are sewing tops and

w. hick helps hat* make a tome them effect firm on p.mJ.o. aod during the past two years and which same chintz is used to border the ;I hems on sheer curtain material,

rosy.Tone up fOUl smile...with have resulted from the conferences glass curtains. This gives a rooma I place a tissue paper underneaththe

Cabs! at :Mexico City, Copenhagen, London very finished appearance. I material while sewing on the

M..M is IHi M Ksrsa.Irb.rat r 4 Quebec and Washington. machine to prevent it from puckering
r.wr d tba"atsSk4 d.no! s Tailored Curtains I
rip off
Long Range Improvement or pulling pimply V1NTUPLETIalways
Best for Some Rooms
the paper when you are finished

-- --- According to information, the U. Perhaps you have a desire to con- Unlined draperies need four
S. department of agriculture '.v tort throat
spon- vert your bedroom from a thing of inches of material for the head-
sored the couch-*chtag mutctei of
COUGHING suggestions which have frilly ruffles into something more ing and five inches for the hem.
tOE been accepted in
principle, that (1)
Be sure to add these measurements GHESTGQLDSMUSTERQLF
countries in dire need for whatever
to those for the length of
COLDS reason, certified by FAO, would be
the window.
provided food through finances of the v esnw
Clean white pleasant to use ando international monetary fund either You may save time basting win- : OIIti

ao effective in helping quiet coughing by grant or by special price terms, a dow draperies and curtains by
of colds.soothing to tore throat.PENETRQSRUB. with the cost shared marking off the stitches with a
o equitably line drawn with

among(2) to provide FAO member a long-range nations food, program and. single chalk. straight Be sure to use a flat surface **************

for this however.
for needy countries where ,
they Make certain machine Is adjusted 1vS Y Oll
are undertaking to increase the
production fGjG
properly for different thick
by scientific o
means of their
(aMIS/p own agricultural economy, at agreed y I nesses of sewing material by 4@ 9 ,
prices. testing first on a scrap of the
(. in rim M
material Saves
According to you are
word from the
RHEUMATISMNlUimtLUMBAOO commission time and stitching.To 1soG
sessions .9.To
there is an amaz
Lug unanimity of opinion as to the make tailored curtains
need, and pleat sheer material and use a
MCNEIL'S negotiations for
3 have the blessing of our agreement own i dJ teak to your rooms, fringed cornice treatment for Interesting

MAGIC state department as well as the department tailored but still neat and feminine effectReinforce
iREMEDYBll0IBII of agriculture. Whet appearing. A smart, unique solutionfor your oyE
draperies with a 3Vi inch widthof
agreement is reached the trick wiC;
is to whip up full length
k crinoline. This win help draperies
be to sell the idea to congress. The curtains made of eyelet embroid-
ew prediction Is that pressures from ered hang better and prevent GS
material. This
I+r may be tinted jgA
wmsa sit ear u s>s gel we of the attractive Put
1 a-tt i-frf'r-/2J/ approval 4n.aUr ,. of and exposing the rods.
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The overnight millionaire

the best of everything. He wanted went- Fear Red Penetration in China Big as Ever !

into a music shop and asked to see ; Nineteen f0rt:7Wat: ba&aci ;

f their most expensive violin for his I Iron year for American farm machinery !
son. The clerk brought out a beautiful Wage Inequalities; manufacturers and an reportedprospects t t1IFW.na

: Stradivarius, saying "This is for 1M7 are even better i

a The 1738 millionaire Strad, priced at $100,000." L Act on Box Car Need in West International Harvester enjoyed

hesitated a moment total sales of $U3.m.*
then remarked: "You say it __ ____ Hai.- ed by Westers Newspaper Union. BM BMMHHH H>IMH H J IB Its laea11e&r ending. October Kaiaaaed

was made in 1730 and that it costs Kaaar sat s>a *saartty at tkia aT )a *t4
$100,0001""hat's By VIRGINIA
Ssuooo. Sales of tracks VALE !

': right""But parts and service accounted for HALF an hour spent with
ten me-is the company 3&J per cent eX volume white G. Robinson is

,s.' that made" this fiddle still in business production of farm imptemeats so stimulating that for days

? sod parts made op 17' J per cent other people look drab.He's
pretty .
"Of course: not!" exclaimed the of the total.
assistant in shocked tones. been having a brief vaca-
"Then it's Deere & Co. sales jumped to J143- tion in New York, after finishing
". rich no good said the 900,436 in IMS, with profits of $9.. "The Red House" while
definitely. "What would
563.578. With a cessation in war waiting for the script of his
; I do for spare parts?" next
work production farm implements
picture to be prepared as coproducer
increased about 23 per centit he has a special interest in

was said. both of them. "Vacation" meant

CLASSIFIED Oliver corporation sales seeing friends and relatives, look

: amounted to SSGMUII In 1MI ing at paintings, giving interviews,

with net earnings of $2,003,999. doing guest shots on the radio-
i Unit sales of farm items everything but resting. "I have to

reached an all-time peat despite

L BUSINESS_ & 'EST. OI'POR.SALESMEN material shortages and labor

difficulties la anticipation of

continued good business Oliver

BIG PROFITS plans improvements In production -
and distribution facilities in

Selling our hn> of Puinli Bo.rJs: excess of $7,000,000.PALESTINE .

Razor Blades, Tennis, En \\-te
Russian military leaders crow up into army life under the Soviet :
RUSSELL PRODUCTS CO.Lenoir training .,-stem. Pietas shows sew jronp'of youngsters admitted to
N. C. Lowest Price.. Sarorov military schooL BemedaQed youth at rifbt was said to hare Trouble Brews I'lLG.

fought in Berlin and Manchuria Having heretofore let the British

_yxsTKrcnoxHOMEM4DE handle the troublesome situation ia
CHINA the scramble for cars between East
Palestine Jewish de-
rat : by
trap. new IdeaL eh. .
aaSv. efficient. Ode dollar for plan to and West. Once cars roll in from mands for A national haven in the
buUd TOUT nm trap Satisfaction guaran U. S. OutDiplomatic the West with
agricultural products,
teed. ROBERT aORBI);&. Patrick U*. Holy Land the Arabs prepared to
eyes turned anxiously eastern railroads have sought to play a more active role in oppositionto

From your JU"E waste TOtE fats.OWN Formula SOAP sent fit to the Orient following the U. S. decision hold onto them as long: as possiblefor London's decision to create a Zion-
receipts twentj-6ve cent FRANK BAB- to abandon its peacemaking shipment of industrial goods to ist state in the embattled country.
COCkw *'a.b... Waia a. "atoll.. I.... seaboard points. Because the railroads
in China and withdraw most of the As the majority in Palestine, the
also are loath to send the cars EDWARD ROBINSON
MISCELLANEOUS 12,000 marines on duty there. Arabs have fought increased Jewish
back empty, valuable time is lost .
U. S.
Concern was expressed lest immigration or partition for economic
FREE-COLORED PICTURE with every by:: shunting them westward with come to New Ycrk about three
roM withdrawal would invite Russian in- as wen as political reasons. Because
developed printed. times "
e.-rno short loads.ARGENTINA. a year to get recharged
money. MaiUnc bass : the the
tervention in China on behalf of the Arabs charge that
M Caarca Are.. Br..kl,., N. T. said he. Though his success on the
Chinese Communists. While Secretary country is not productive enough to
PHOTOGRAPHIC EftllPMEVT Movie of State Marshall had diligently : stand a large-scale Increase ia population stage was unquestioned, he's not
aupptiea Tern. free catalog Film rental,. yearning to go back; to make better .
'' DayUa Film, Ktl Hrakara. DayMa. 0i ,"- sought to bring the National Peron Scores the U. S. and Britain sought and better pictures win satisfy .
ists and Reds together during his to answer this objection in earlier him.
-, SEEDS PLANTS ETC. special peace mission, the U. S. had Long the target of American liberals discussions with promises of a substantial =
;. ... President Juan Peron of Argentina loan to the nation's -
Black DI& waUrmeUa aeei.Certified proceeded on the assumption that develop
[:: common. AlfaUa seed, Mung beans, Cow- the Nationalists constituted the legal shook some industrial and agricultural resource Katharine Hepburn, on the other :
peas C. BUck'a S..4 C* U.gw..d. OU&. of the from hand
government In supporting the Nationalists *. Won't give up the theater. I 1
r. GEM: E BEBU"D.OXION, frostproofcabbace under them by employing But whatever she does on the
plant SOO tl.OO. 1.000-41.45. the U. S. has advanced an While the Jews fcreed the British stage
:. shipped promptly. t b. wanted a firm dom the says must be in the nature cf
o. Agents estimated 1H to 3 billion dollars of into consideration cf a Zionist state ,
M sell entire lice of all kind*plana u> Sea- inated by former x a challenge, or something different .
-y on. b..ueat.r. Ptaat c.. Ocala, FT*. lend-lease. and also provided tech- New Dealers to .: .'... by keeping the Holy Land ia turmoil from anything she's
attempted be-
t nicians for training their military -' with a terrorist campaign the !
help plot the indus- fore. After "
forces. jo Arabs also could turn on the heat. ma1dng.'Underetrrent, ;
:. Buy and Hold Your Since the U. S. pulled out of China trial and agricultural <" > In addition they command the fug with Robert Taylor and five days

without making any strategic arrangements development !fI't support of the Near Eastern Arab later starting "The Sea of Grass.
U. S. Savings Bonds of the country. with Spencer Tracy the too headed
, the Russians maintain league, embracing S3 minion Arabs
a distinct advantage in view of their I As directors of whose dominance extends to cfl rich for a vacation, In her Connecticut '
the Worldwide Development home.
half-interest in the Manchurian rail- countries ia which the U. S. and Brit- it 1 I
eornora. =ifs (
:.. FU IOCS UK8KUFF road and their joint control of Port tion of New York ain have heavy interests.
,'. T help reroow anatrhOy Arthur and Dairen. Russia's strategic Nathan Barbara BritUn's theme song
Q fiakaa. w.and ll crooned keep hair, rab lookta laH.IB position thus leaves Moscow ina Economists engaged by Peron Robert Nathan and GERMANY: should be "I Love a Parade"; after t

MOIIIOI.IN. TONIC key position if it wishes to supply Laughlin Currie are the two promi- Friendly WarningHead she rode en a float in the IH1TOIU'DIment s
Chinese Communists entrenchedin of Roses procession her
nent New Dealers involved in the
of the Social Democratic
the north or actually interveneon picture appeared in a local paper,
the pretext of stabilizing condi- enterprise. Along with engineers, party In Germany, lean hard Kurt Paramount auditioned her and she

tions in the Orient. agronomists and geologists they Schumacher warned the Allied was an set In the movies. From
will help Peron lay peacemakers preparing to draw
YOU she worked up to tie
% LABOR: out an ambitious treaty for the reich that only a lead opposite Ray MDland la "Til

can have program of rural fair agreement accepted by a freely We Meet Again"; shell co-star with
Pay Equality electrification housIng
elected regime would assure political > Randolph Scott in
the departmentof and harbor Improvements stability. "Albngnerque4 "
Announcement: by -
rnrn r r -?
labor that a special commissionhad road Boldest of the postwar German
simplified job classifications construction and political leaders to speak out Schu- Groucho Marx is afraid he may

and ironed out rate inequities in : hydro electric macher declared that no democratic have a hit on his hands. He has a

@3',3'3! rIDrnrro the Big Five packing plants pointedup plants.In government could risk signing a se- play, "The Middle Ages," which
the growing' acceptance of the undertaking vere peace for fear of repudiationby he'd like to do on the New York

With principle of equal pay for equal workin the development the people. Since he is the only stage. But experts have read it and
U. S. industry. Rear Adm. Howard German political leader who has think it win have a long run. If it

Consisting of representatives of Currie A.FlaniganuSN been openly courted by the western does, and be appears hi it, that

the public government, industry and retired who is president and board allies his declaration that he him- will mean that hell have to be

labor, the commission cleaned up chairman of Worldwide, was quoted self would not sign a harsh treaty away from Hollywood indefinitely.
iribiiiirium differences between Swift, Wilson, i as saying that the firm was interested took on special significance.The He wrote it with Norman Krasna

I Cudahy Armour and Morrell and in the deal because expansion of specter of Hitlerism and Versailles to he may just rest on his laurels as

the AFL CIO and independent un- i|I the Argentine economy, would provide hung in the background as co-author.

ions over rate inequalities. The companies lucrative trade'possibilitjes Schumacher warned that: -.-
FIRRY-MORSE: SEED CO. the U. S. Like other Latin-Amer-
and unions had agreed on nations which Mercedes
illor The major McCambridge shocked
DlTlOIT J1 SAN PtANCBCO M nations, Argentine has millions
j conditions for 90,000 jobs in collective dollars played politics with Hitler for everybody at a rehearsal of The
available for purchases of
bargaining procedure and the their own ends must share the Adventures of the Thin Man" by
foreign goods.
.._ commission acted on the remaining | guilt of many Germans for the announcing that she's quitting radio,
-- --- The wily Peron also has taken
10,000 jobs. | rise of Naxiism.Annexation maybe forever. She's decided to set
The number of labor grades carrying i other steps to woo the U. S. Taking of the Saar was tie in the West Indies with her nov-
SUG" cut !; cognizance of state department insistence of elist husband William
varying pay rates was the worst form reparations.It Fifield. and
. "tElD 1o/? from 250 to 25 under the negotiationsand I that he rid Argentina of would be senseless for Get- John, her five-year-old son.It's .
axis firms and agents, he precBulgat- .
GOT 1.8 centsan
wage boosts averaging 1 many to accept a provisional --.-
ed a decree for expropriation of fas-
awarded to determined
eastern boundary
TO HELP cist good news that Katiaa Pax-
ij workers to iron out enterprises. beforehand by two major
aEASEi UGillrTlGNTliEsr mately 75,000 pow. taen is U appear la another pie-

inequalities. In general, packing CONGRESS: ers. tare; dropping ber after her magnificent -
doing the work ta
house employees
performance In Tor
RUB ON MUSCLESMENTHOtATUMf the same geographical area now Retain Luxury LeviesBent BRITAIN: the Ben ToQs" was one of Holly

draw equal pay.Previously Exports Lag rood's glaring mistakes. She .
the I en trimming income taxes, rerently
Workers and,U. S. Steel corporation the Republican congress moved to Thanks to the U. S. lean Britain play the returned role of t* this country U

---- -- had ironed out wage inequalities for I preserve other sources of revenue to managed to balance exports with wife In RKO's Raymond Massey's -
WNU4 07--47WAenYour 175.000 employees. Retroactive to carry the huge 1947-43 budget and imports last year, but a consider-: screen version ef
January 4. 1944. the cost of readjust reduce debt by extending wartime able increase ia overseas trade "Mooning Becomes Electra,** by
Eugene OTCeOL
ment was estimated at SO million rates on luxury items. must be achieved in future months if signed ber. Congratulations Dudley Nlcbels

dollars with many workers receiving As a result, taxes on liquor were i the British are to stay heavilyout
the equivalent of a 1H cent an scheduled to remain: at $9 a proof of foreign debt and maintain -- 'I-

Back Hurts- hour wage increase. gallon; 20 per cent on furs luggage their living standards. Thelma Ritter had a fine reason

jewelry and toilet preparations; 1cent Because of its own limited resources for omitting playing "Bernice" ca

And Your Strength and FREIGHT: for each S cents charged on Britain must import: ma- a recent "McGarry and His Masse"

Energy fa Below Par theater admissions? $8 a barrel onbeer terials for borne consumption and broadcast Last Thanksgiving she
H guy W canarf by *aoe.ar a( kWMy Want .More Cars ; 25 per cent on keg distance fabrication for resale overseas. With played a smsH role In "It's Only

r.UIa'ta aeewalata.pane Far$truly p.ra.awarns a.ay+ For the fifth time in three years, telephone calls and 13 per cent on Britain owing many countries for Human.** starring Maureen OUara

people. W I stirs., tail*Mk a aU auaatablet ecena Senator Reed (Rep., Kas.) acted to local service; 15 per cent ca transportation war goods government sources estimated and Edmund Gwenn, when some
> e y.
add tad etkar warns vamr.fnai ear alleviate the shortage of box cars and 20 per cent on light that experts would have to scenes were shot ia New York.

blood.M Buffer a.u'wg in the West caused by the reten- bulbs and tubes.Meanwhile be boosted by 73 per cent to help When the film was developed ia Hol

r..ea-Bay...- = tion of rolling stock in the East by Republican racks were pay o2 these debts and still receive lywood her comedy scene was so
c.:: pae.:-:: seaboard railroads.As split on the proposal of Chairman imports for domestic use. funny that her role was enlarged

u. YitII ..au,4 aM bmalal t8 atakw.f51kM.o..ekia elevators and mfflers clamoredfor Knutson Rep. Minn.: ) of the house While exports rose 17 per cent so the flew to the coast for new
Y w"sg.uwtt
,. w.4d.w.. ( cars to move grain stacked in ways and means committee to reduce in July they dropped c3 to only 3 scenes.
Tkre.kedd b...desk tl.t pe..Pttrssea the West Reed threatened to draw income taxes 20 per cent to per cent above the prewar level ia -+-
tkaa ase1.ea.Li.5's
-J"t'Sa la, wta I* la better terafrea a up permanent legislation to relieve earnings: ep to $300,000. Increasing December. The slump was attributed Two of the outstanding radio programs

BMdtriM tkat Baa ,- -tf; what has developed into a perennial favor was shown far the suggestion to a scarcity of essential materials for children are guided by

=.&D-n"u....vaM. trs problem in recent y ars. On pre- of Representative Engel (Rep.. and manpower. men who are cMJdlem. Robert Maxwell
.4 auy 7 ua An a. aS drat -- vious occasions the railroads shifted Mich.) that exemption be increased Meanwhile the British are ntkfcg produces the trafl-blaztcg "So-

Cat tXaa se4q. cars west upon Reed's dfir.aads. to cut the taxes cf low income. to balance their experts with fca- ; perman," and Jack Barry is the

The shortage of rolling stock resulting group rather than "King tread relief ports from countries with "soft" i originator and moderator of the

DOANS PILLS from inadequate addition: which might cl / bens;t the currency cot easily cccrcrtibli Inwmar'ksta. I hilarious "JureaC rIr1.** Max-

daring the war years has figured ia I upper brackets. welTs married. Barry's a bachelor.d .
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_Ii POLLY AND HER PALS actively associated with the KIwanis stamps is being doubled to avoid each of ;you wherein and whereby his title saM
seeks to quiet
f I Club and la the immediatepast the printing and distribution of against complainant you in and to the following
president of that organization; new ration books. described lands situated in Hades

he has also served as a supply teacher County.The North Florida Nine to-wit(J) :and *)/>.

in the high school every year Two acres of Tract Twenty-four (tl) la .
since he came.- Buildings Section Fourteen (14). TowaWi
Forty-two Soutb C25), BaK
The time of departure of the fam- Thirty-two East (tlE);
ily depend on housing in Madison Continued from Page 1) Now therefore. you and each ft

but tentative plans are for his final twenty by thirty concrete block you to file are an hereby Appearance ordered in and said required proceedings -

service to be preached here March building on Avenue I Just west of in the Office of the Clerk of

I 2, Dr L. M. Weetman has been the filling station building being pending said Court In the wherein Glades Mid County action ourt is

named chairman of a pulpit com- erected by Sidney and W J. Strick- House in Moor am. Florida, on the'
mittee to Rev. Hancock's 3rd day of March. or Decree Pro
name land. This building will be used Cenfesso will be taken against FIll
a 0 successor. as a self.service laundry. }lr. Carr and thereafter said action will proceed -
will do the greater part of the con- IN eparte WITNESS WHEREOF 1 UTe
'Next Sugar CouponTo struction work himself and will hereunto set my hand and of. UI
seal of said Court in Moore aftll.
begin the foundation, concrete floor Florida on this Mst daof J_.....
Be Good for 10 and septic tanks at once.J. lU7.
Pounds OTC A. Lee has almost completed Clerk Circuit Co.r|, GYMS
Says filling in the two lots at the corner County, Ftorid .
t _____ By F E SCOTT Deputy, Clerk.
of Avenue K and First Street COCSE & JOHN8OK.

According to the office of temporary recently purchased by Mrs Bonnie Solicitors for Plaintiff. .
Moore Ha."ondll.
controls, Washington, D. C., Weaver for the construction of a Jan. 31, Feb. 7, 14, SI, 1";.
I two-story building Mrs. Weaver
the next sugar ration stamp as it
has not indicated when she expects NOTICE OK rrIIC4TIO\\ M)U
becomes valid will be good for 10 to begin construction.J TIlrrU

I pounds instead of 5, as In 1946. I B Sellers has also laid out the
NOTICE is hereby given that last.
At the same time the price administration foundation for his home on AvenueL. ROBERTS THIRSK, holder of. -.
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I branch of OTC said I III Between the Methodist Church certificates Noe. liteS issued
'I day of 1>37. and tE
Polly Jenkins And REV.: D. C. HANCOCK sugar stamp number 53, currently and the school house and is proceeding No. 378 Issued the Ttk day of
II valid for five pounds of sugar, as rapidly as possible with 1935 has filed same IB tar office Md
Her Stage Show At has made for tax deedto
application a
IRESIGNS will expire at midnight March 31,' the construction work. be issued there**). Said Certificate -
Glades Theatre AS PASTOR [one month earlier than originally: Progress on the construction of embrace the following described
property In the County of GUADBS,
announced. OPA also said there i the Gantt building and the Lilly State of Florida to-wit:
will be no special sugar allotmentfor I building, both on Avenue I, is steady Lot 4. Block (2 Palmdale.
Folly Jenkins musical
and ber Lot a. Block ST PkUndale
pals, Uncle Dan and Texas Rose. :COMMUNITY CHURCH home canning this year i although some work was curtailed The assessment of the said pr..-
during the spell of weather erty under the said certificates issued
will appear in person at the Glades An official of the agency told re- inclement -
was In the name of J. J. Campbell tad
Theatre next Thursday night, com- porters that the revision of cou-i F. R. Kress respectively
I (Clewiston News) j Unless said certificates shall be redeemed
pon validity dates will help OPA
direct Moore Haven
ing to from the I according to law, the property
'Olympia Theatre in Miami ,I Rev David C. Hancock, pastor of carry out provisions of any new! described therein will be sold to
This headline attraction Is one! the Community Church here for ration Increase which may be ord- i\ Tin ('IIUTIT" ("OIR'" IN Atli the highest bidder at the Courthouse
.01.\:01 < OINT1, HOHIUl. deor on the first Monday in tile
of America's best musical shows more than three years has tendered ered for consumers during the year. It Cl1ANCERTPULP. month of March 1..Cli.w is the
his which 3rd day of March
resignation was regret-
The group will play haunting Secretary Anderson has announced -
TO QtIET TITLE Hated this 28th day of January.
melodies] that will linger long in fully accepted by the church at a that sugar imports may be suf- %\'. IL SUnRBNC, 1147,

recollection and during the revue I business meeting Sunday night. ficient to allow an extra 10 poundsfor Plaintiff (SEAL) T>. a WEBK&
Clerk of Circuit Cpfert.
Rev. Hancock to leave
will play twenty-seven different plans household use this year. The R, E. LO\ELL. ET AU --. County FtstMUu
.musical Instruments. Think of the sometime in March for Madison total allotment for this use last DefendantsOTICE Jan. 31. Feb. 7-14-11, 1)47OP _
Ind.. where he has accepted the > TO tl'PKtlt
Tmrolest show hare 15 for
you ever seen, year was pounds regular use
triple it, and it all adds up to the pastorate of the Presbyterian and 10 pounds for home canningfor E. LOVBLL and LOVELL: NOTICE APPLICATION FOR'
type of treat you have in store for Church This city is located on the each person. h.. wife. JACOB BOSS and I TAX DEED
Ohio River between Louisville and -
you The group had two years OPA said it "seems fairly cer a partnership. E. S. ALLISON I NOTICE is nereby given that SAUl
with Cincinnati and he plans to attend and ALLISON Me wife U REESE, holder
overseas the USO, one year tain" there will be more sugar this of tax certificate
school part time at the Louisville and M C. VAUGHN and -- No 153 issued the 7th day of September
with Gene Autry and have been I year, but gave uncertainty over \AtGHN. bill wife, the place of residence I 1931, has filed same in / office -
featured by the National Darn Seminary to complete work on his the size of the increase as the reason of each of whom i* unknown. and has made application for a
Master's Degree After his degree If alive. and if dead his unknown tax deed to be Issued thereon Said
Dance Their hillbilly comedy, with I for failure to fix the expirationdate heirs, devisee, grantee, creditors or I certificate embraces the following described
music is told in is obtained he expects to enter a other parties claiming b through of
giggles, screams and of the new ration coupon to > property in the County
career as a teacher of theological MMier or aeainst said parties respectively -, GLADES. State of Florida, to-WIt
laughs. be validated April 1. After that : FIRST BANK OF MOOR Lot 10, Block !9 Keederite subdivision :: -
A "tip in time" saves "standingin subjects in a seminary or university date all coupons .validated will be HAVEN a dissolved Honda .Corporation I (Lakeview).
Madison is only five miles from I the unknowntssigu t'I', successors The assessment of the said |"''p-
Go early. Stage shows good for 10 pounds of sugar each and interest0, trustee or any arty tinder the said certificate issued
' at 3:30, 7:00: 9:30. Hanover College where Rev. Hancock OPA said it is necessary to terminate other party claiming h>. through t was in 8sth'i name of C C.-Beidwin
__ : obtained his education, graduating under <.r against Th" First Rank (Ot I certificate' fcalt be redeemed -
in 1938 stamp 53 a month early in or- Moore Haven. a di''JW>'\(d Florida ('<.rporatiuii f according to law',...Jhe property
I Palm Beach PlayersTo der to avoid the "serious trade C. M. Gay Comptrolltr of described thereon will be sola to the
In commenting on the new loca- I the State of Florida and to all personS highest bidder at the Courthouse door
problem of handling both five and ,
claiming any interest In th subJect on the first Monday in the month '"f
Present "Mikado" tion, Rev. Hancock said! that it was 10 pound stamps at the same time." matter of this suit by thi >ugh March 1M7 which Is the 3rd day ofMarch.
.. going from one extreme to anotherfor under or against one or more of said : 194'9.Dated .
The agency also announced I Defendant herein named; ant to all this 3t4h day of January,
Here March 1 the Clewiston church has only changes in wholesale and retail allowable persons having orla'n '*ig; "! v Interest -I JA. D. It47
been in existence for twenty years in the following; d scribed
sugar inventories to permit land: SEAL)
(Clewiston News) and the Madison church is 130 years Tou and each of lou are hebglren ; Clerk CUtlulfS WgG des
for the increased
to provide .
The Youth" Service Committee of old, the church building being 101 notice that said Complainant W I li1-
demands after April 1. H. Surrency did on the 31st day of Jaa 11, -
the Clewiston KIwanis Club, headed years of age. lie expressed his January, 1 I. OPA pointed out that it discontinued Court. Glade.. County. Florida in
by S. Dell Jr., is sponsoring sincere regret at leaving Clewistonand
chancery this Rill of Complaint In th
_' E the Palm Beach Players' production the many friends he and his distribution of war ration above entitled cause against you and l PATRONIZE Ol'R ADVERTISERS

of "The Mikado." the delightful family have made here but feels book No.of in November, 1945 :

Gilbert and Sullivan musical 'that this opportunity to completehis Those books remain good for sugaras I

r. comedy to be held here Saturday I education, in an area familiar do special sugar ration books

'evening March 11. to him and n_r to his native home issued to returned service men and
1 From where I Joe Marsh
The presentation will be held in I I is not to be overlooked women after that date and as replacements sit..bJl

Snyarlaml Park Auditorium be-I| Rev Hancock came to Clewiston for war ration book, -

Xlnnlng at 8:30: p. m. and a general in October of 19 i 3 from Kewanee, which have been lost or stolen.

admission of $1.25 for adults and Ind., where he had preached since As only four stamps will remainin That

60 cents for children will be graduation from Seminary. He had the sugar ration books after Ring f
chargedV. V_ Martin Is in chargeof gone to the church there in October .- \ '
stamp 53 is used OPA said tbr
ticket sales and tickets shouldbe ; Around the Bathtub
of as a supply pastor "four remaining stamps at the rate
on sale at most places of business and assumed the regular pastoratein of five pounds each are not adequate -
by the first of the coming week: February of 1939. During the
to provide consumers with Jeb Crowtll blew his top the From now on. Jeb's careful to
This will be an outstanding en- time he has served this church as
tertainment for Clewiston their proper ration. Therefore I other day. Seems that for weeks pat his glass down OB the tablehe'
people its pastor he has always taken an
the agency said the value of the been trying to get his cover-like the missus does. And
and is hoped that all will make active part In. community, as wellas f youngsters
their plans to attend. church activities. He has been to scrub out the bathtub after I hear he's a little more forgiving
r it. And this h. about around the bathtub.
_ n__ ___________ ___ __ using night sees rings
two rings around it-on* where Just keeps on patiently reminding

SCOUT S H EU Where Your Health young Sonny left off, and another From where I sit there are little

t about Pinky' level annoyances in every family-con-

1 4! d T 0 M' Dollar Goes H. tares and rant*-and takes flirting habits and opinions In

it out on the missus for her lack very community.A little patience

i of discipline And later that evea little more "forgive and let

D1 T AND j ning he sees her quietly polishing live""4i*vtf antidote.Copyright .

TEETH the hardwood table thafs right

by his chair. She's removing the
I rings he's left there with his evening .

LC i i glass of beer! '

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1 I t ___ I Because contributing of the four to poor major dental factors AVAILABLE AT YOUR

I health in Florida: I, lack of dental -
I I health education; 2, inade- GROCERY AND
FEBRUARY qu ,te dental facilities; 3, lack of
abdly, to pay for dental services
r I: a 7-13. 1947 by a large number of persons: DRUG STORE

1 4, inadequate provision of dental

f SCOOT WEEK State services Board for dental of Health Indigents has the a

L I BOY I fuliy equipped dental trailer ALFAa i

tounng the State, expects to put

i Nearly 2.000.0M Cob Scouts Boy Scouts and Senior Scouts will few the second into service within a I

I 1 1 .. observe the 37th anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America daring four weeks and hopes to have a
1/I I Boy Scout Week Feb. 7th to 13th. Through their World Friendship / end of moving this on the road by the
i Fund of voluntary gifts the Boy Scoots of America have given $110, health year Five county
4 Scouts overseas rebuild their organizations departments Dade, Hills- '
4&L35 to help Boy
/( ;Daring the first year of their "Shirts-Off-Our-Baeks' project more borough achua have Pinellas Cental Bay facilities and AI- l' 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and

t than 409 eases-or twenty tons- of Scout Uniforms and equip- some rot ; West Palm .. .
functioning because of j Beach Fla.
1II itnent collected from Scoots were contributed to Scoots in 13 lack of _
nations. Scouting has always been an active force in promoting endorsed personneL Program is .... u"
II better understanding and mutual goodwill among the nations. Above Society. by the Florida Dental

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