Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00162
 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: March 21, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028301:00162

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Flake & Final Chance To House's Decision
Jones In Run-offl Opens

II I i Inoculate Dog For

For State Senator Tuesday Rabies Wednesday ; Lake To Net Fishermen HV.

Dr. W. W. Matthews state veterinarian -

will make his final visit to -

Roberts High Man In I Band Leaves For Moore inoculate Haven dogs next against Wednesday rabies and to \ B. Norton, Jr., Quashes Test Case Here

Glades; Loses By I Sebring To Enter will be at the City Hall between the begins Erection Against WhiddenFor

0 hours of eleven a. m. and threep.
One VoteJeff District Contest m. Of New Building Seining

All dogs not wearing the Inocula-

Flake. Wauchula citrus grower The Moore Haven School Band, tion tag on April 1 will be pickedup Jr. Commercial fishermen of Lake
W B.Oorton. the
and business man, lacked began,
only a by the City Marshall and Im-
accompanied by Principal M E. Okeechobee, at least those of
first of this construction ofthe
tew hundred votes of winning the week
pounded since the fee for the Inocu-
Morrison Band Director W. D. Jack-
Glades resumed
County the
foundation which he will seiningof
vacant senatorial seat of the upon
twenty- mothers lation of $1.50 also covers the coat
several band
I seventh district in the first primary man and as of city license. erect a sixty by eighty foot Quonset the lake this week following the
chaperonea, will leave at one o'-
hut to be used as a and servIce -
last Tuesday and goes into garage quashing of an affidavit against
clock today for Sebring where they
tt the second primary, to be held the : station. Contractor on the
John Whidden, local fisherman by
will participate in the district music -
coming Tuesday opposed by Hugh work is a firm from Tampa..
t Jones of Arcadia. festival to be held there tonight RED CROSS FUNDS The work of pouring the concrete County Judge J. M. Couse. Whidden

4: Francis Roberts, young Avon and tomorrow. foundation footings was delayed to submitted to arrest in a test case to

Park cattleman. and citrus grower, At five o'clock the local band some extent by the heavy rains of determine whether or not a law
will enter a parade to the municipalpier SWELL TO $268.25
carried: Glades County which voted the week but was going forward passed in 1945 would stand up
where will be served
less supper again this morning with considerable -
than twenty cent of the
per against the ban of the State Game
and at seven-thirty tonight It will
number Qualified to vote on the DURING LAST WEEK speed.
registration lists and the battle between enter a drill competition, all bands The building will be faced with I and Fresh Water Fish Commission.The .

him and Jones for second participating, on the football field. concrete block and a portion of the fresh water commission closed -
The concert competition, on which front of the large building will be the lake to commercial fishing
place wk a bitter one. Jones finally Mrs Harry Foster roll call chair-
the bands will be judged, will be used for an up-stairs apartment. on October 1, beginning a long legal -
} winning out by a margin of only man for the Glades County Chapter
1 tomorrow morning.
one vote In the entire district It of the American Red Cross, reported -- battle between that body and

was at first thought that Roberts this week that the receipt of the fishermen to determine whether -

might protest the count, since it donations from two. canvassers.: not IRS. NAOMI DULL or not the commission had authority
was so close, but latest word, although ROBERT RIPLEY IS reported last week brings the total 1 to close the lake since it

not official, Is that Flake now collected to $268.25. I II was legally declared salt water and

and Jones names will appear on I Several county communities hate NEW\ MATRON OF under the Jurisdiction of the state
DOCKED HERE ON board of conservation by the at
Tuesday's ballots.
i not as yet reported and neither the
1 Unofficial totals for all counties : local colored quarters or the Ben I passed in IS45. IB addition to the
: M.H. EASTERN STARThe case against Whiddea there is
another -
Flake 1839 vote Jones 732
; TRIP THRU CANAL bow quarters have been heard from
now pending fa Dade
Roberts 731. Hardee 394; Schu- and Mrs. Foster says that unofficial CeenAjr
macher 333 and Collins 174 reports lead to the belief that the I ; i court against joe Griffin CtewiatQ
regular luttint. of the dealer, for transporting and selltac
In Glades ounty's eight total will be close to $400
Robert Jq'J..y o f 1 (Jie\e It Or 'hO",1
river (men chapter o> the fish. A case is now pending ah*.
Robert received 52 votes; Not" fami do' ktri hi-- Chinese Additional donors this week are: before
II Eastern Mar was held at the the Leon circuit court in
Flake was e 'n>nd with 36; Hardee junk whHh I o" 11.., .averted Into! )Ir. and Mrs R. M. Weeks $2; Mr.
2*> Schumacher ing hall on Tuesday March IK. The I Tallahassee in which H. G. Stewart
Collins Ii. 13 and
a private \a>'ht. here overnight Saturday -j . Grand Representative of Vermont Lakeport fish dealer seeta'to
Jones rely .4.d only 11 votes Precinct and during the afternoon a,| Cooksey U ; N. B. Lee $1 ; Mrs. J. Mis Stella Pirkle was honored The'! that he is being discriminated

y 6, lai Mt of the eight gave great many people visited the dock A. Mullins. $5; Davis Grocery $1; chapter presented Mrs. Pirkle with against by not being pcrnttttad
Collins a m ij >n'v but the votes were for a look at the curious craft. The Mr and Mrs H. C. Keenan, $5; i
operate the
a bouquet of flowers An lime r-
g almost t'\'*>nly split between all oft craft left early Sunday morning for Mr. and Mrs Peter MatnsUk, $1
.. I Ing talk was made by C. C. sale sold to him by the board at
the candidi Petersburg and Mrs J. M Bishop, $2; Mr and Mrs Worthy Matron, Mra conservation
Votes for high and Schumacher 6 through the waterway to Palm H. C. Taylor, $2; Mr and Mrs H.
ton was impressive in her ,
In bis written
opinion the
for low. North La Belle precinct Beach in a few day*. F Randall $2; Mr. and Mrs A.Waggerb on
bringing to a close a most snocessul ,
Judge Conae
1 gave its entire nine votes to Roberts Mr. Ripley and hU party visited ,. $1 ; J. B. Cox. $3; W. P. of achievement and referred to several
Lakeport gave K of Its 22 several stores during the afternoon Waters. $2; J. H. Hull u ; Burton year ,. gave I instances where the courts had
gifts to all of her officers who served established that I
an act of the
votes to Roberta while Elderberry but it is not known whether he discovered Cosden, $I ; Fred Corner.. $2; J. C. so well The Worthy }Matron Legislature ;

rent almost solidly for Flake with ally "heitevo-tt-or-Bots" here Hicks $1.; J. H. Van Cleave, $1; as a farewell gesture, presented her should be operative until I I
proven to be nneoiutttfeKtioaal and
13 out of 16. Hardee had a precinct for H. I J
sttbecftueat oartoon E. Walker. $1.25; L0nie WU-
Din to the chapter fec each ,
lug m- since
the 145. I
ponde l-15'.9.t.! y.. WW 'Th.*fitnln thltHltlHhUlMl Let" liaise, .5i; Della Rush, $2; Mrs. tag Worthy Matron taweajfcdfrtngher I ft was impmribfPHr act hjqyjjtJ told* nijprorea _" ,
T2, Moore Haven. Flare was II said to be the only one of these W. E. Cassidy $1 ; Jacob Heflin, tenure of office. + _
man fUMe
i high with nine votes in one east of "criminally for a ntfs-
$1 E. Porteboenf $1.
Chinese river boat ;
sailing -
anywhere Mrs.010.1 Dull elected
wa taken belief
In, reliance
Roberts took CitrusCf'nter'l or on tbe
t the canal and
- ----
outside the Far East and
was Worthy Matron for 1947; J. K. "
constitutionality of the 1945 art.
and ofPalmdale'a
t 4 votes almost half
brought to America shortly before Rogers was named Worthy Patron;
I Although there have been frame
I The same 26 election votes officials will the war finally becoming the'I 3.62 INCHES RAIN Mrs Sally Townsend, Associate Matron open violations of the ban some y
property of Mr Ripley. It Is said ; W J. Robfoon Associate Patron nets having been polled and the
the run-off
serve next Tuesday at
+ to have passed through the local ; Mrs. Renee Lanier, Conductress hauls sold it has not been a general
and it mAy be since the
primary waterway when it was first takento FALLSVEDNESDA Y ; Mrs Hazel Keen. Associate practice but It.. considered
fight has narrowed to two candidates -
New York bat it was the first Conductress; Mrs. Stella Pirkle probable that all commercial fishermen -
that there will be a heavier cresting made in the boat by secretary; Mrs. Naomi Rogers, trea- of this county will now return -
I vote cast! than last Tuesday. NIGHT WIND HIGHFor
Ripley. ; surer. to their nets.

The "Mon Lei' Ie a Foochow Appointed officers by the Worthy Sunday afternoon a goodwill meeting .

Coleman and Fry Fisher" type of Junk sack as is Matron are: Chaplain Mrs Pearl of the fishermen was called by

used on the Foochow River. It is the first time dining tin Thomas Marshall, Mrs. Myrtle Mc- H. G. Stewart at the courthouse and

Get ConfirmationOf fifty feet in length has a seven series of heavy March rains in the Lend Adah Mrs Edythe Nell Jackson there were about twenty preeent.

Plant Contract teen-foot beam, draws four and a Lake Okeechobee area, the Moore ; Ruth, Miss Florence Graham; The purpose of the meeting was to

half feet of water and is built of Haven section received the maxi- Esther, Mrs. Frances Hardy; Mar- i attempt to work out a set of resolutions -

teakwood throughout. It Is flat- mum reported rainfall during Wed- tha, Mrs. Lily Merle Waldron; to be presented to the Leg-

The office of Coleman and Fry, I bottomed, has no keel and the bow needay's heavy rain with readings Elects, Mrs Gayle Woodward; Or- islature at the forthcoming session

Clewiston contractors who recently : slides over the water instead of of 3.62 Inches and 357 inches at ganist, Mrs Christine Doty; Sentinel and to try and put commercial fishing

were awarded the contract for the splitting It. the two stations here. Wilbur MontgomeryAnnouncement on a self-eustalning basis. Bernie

construction of the power plant The boat was built as the private The 3.62 inches was recorded by was made that Installation Collins, a candidate for State Senate"

building here for the Glades Electric property of a Chinese lord by the Mrs. John Moore official weather of new officers will beheld from Sebring. attended the meet.

Cooperative stated this morn- Wo Hop Company of Hongkong but, observer at the seven o'clock read- on Friday, March 28, at 8:30p. ing and made a short talk.
that confirmation had been m. at the hall In Moore Haven
ing a after the capture of Hongkong by ing Thursday morning. Fred Commercial fishing has for many
received and the work order should the Japs the boat was confiscatedand I I Flanders at the U. S. Lock bad a and the public Is Invited. I years been one of this county's principal

be In their hands very shortly. sailed to America, it requiring I 3 57 reading at eight o'clock. This Refreshments were served by the Industries and the October ban

The receipt of the work order 86 days to make the crossing Rip- heavy rain, following so closely on brothers. They consisted of hot I on seining has had a definitely

had been delayed longer than an ley has redecorated the boat and a rainfall of approximately three- dogs, cup cakes cookies and coffee.i serious effect on the economic

tlclpated but Mr Fry stated earlierIn Installed many piece of art from his quarters of an inch Saturday night Attending from Clewiston were: stability of the county

the week that work would beginat Oriental collection and converted it thoroughly soaked the entire area Mrs Mary Etherton, Mrs Stella )Ir. Stewart said yesterday that

once cleaning off the building from a sailing vessel by the Instal- At Lakeport where the Belcher Pirkle. Mrs. Etta Letter. Mrs Sally he would not begin operations of

site and driving four test pilings to lation of a 165-h p. Gray engine Oil Company has begun work on the Townsend, Mrs Naomi Rogers Mrs. his fish house for wholesale operations -

determine the depth to which piling which enables the Junk to cruise at new highway and has torn up a por- Essie Robison Mrs. Alke Barton until he had obtained an all-

will have to be driven to procare eleven knots tion of the old highway, traffic had Mrs. Edythe Nell Jackson Mrs. clear signal from the board of conservation

the necessary bearing to be palled through with tractor Thelma Twlddy Mrs Pearl Thomas, A. A. Beck, local dealer. -
It is probable that work will get On the boat Mr Ripley has many Thursday Morning D. A Olden Jr., O C Bozeman. has not been contacted, but if
articles including a deadly impaling -
Mrs D. A. Olden, Miss Florence
underway the first of next week no dealer handles the eatcb** they
instrument and an execution The rain was general over the
and that the contract will be packed Graham, Mrs Gayle Woodward, will likely be sold to trucks which
sword which is the longest In the entire lake area but gradually decreased -
Mrs. Lily Merle VValdron R. E. \
possible to comple- operate over this state and ether
as rapidly as
world. Ho Tai the tat. Jolly God in amount toward the south
been Waldron Myrtle McLeod. Mrs Southern states
tion. Orders have already who makes wishes side of the lake It then began to I
of Happiness your Lacier
Reeee E. M Deli Mrs
for the steel and i Judge COMC said this Borafeg,
prepared necessary
true H bat rub his increase along the eastern side toward
come you Johnnie Anderson Mrs. Mae AIM,
.her materials and will be mailed i in commenting on the ese, that h-e
t stomach I* enthrone la the main Canal PointIrirfeargr :
Mrs. Edith Danghtrev J. Ernest
aa work order is obtained not say that the lake was
a- soon
< I cabin. .\ prayer wheel which says I ,> sdut TotUy Allen, C. M. Pirkte. H. Anderson, now open for fishing since: he f.**.

I a thousand prayers for you at each Mr. Flanders said this morning; Mrs Naomi Dull J. R. Barton Mrs. that there are several points whltsb.

318 Teacher Certificates. turn a blue pillow embroidered in I that the lake level had finally rea lIled Rut B Owens. Mrs Dorothy Lee, mast yet be cleared up which cannot -

J February I[ the foMddf-n stitch so fine that the seventeen-foot mark maxi Mrs Nina Prevail. W. J. RobisoaJ : be cleared in a criminal case
During i maidens of China went blind doing height; permitted by the U. S K. Rogers Mrs Hazel Keen and i and may better be taken ear ot In

,1 it until the Empress tobade the use Engineers and that discharge would M. C. Knee; Iron Moore Haven, the civil caw brought hy Stewart

[i TALLAHASSEE -(FNSThe> of it. ropes of .yto aad a cold- be started this afternoon This will Mrs Ott Sexton, )(r.. Yeadie Vo- in LeN Covaty. It nr bus, toe that

II State Department of Education te-I plated anchor we assail other It_. continue so long as the heavy intake well M. C. Vowcil Mrs Mottte Set- Ms decfsfoo nay b* .f.nltil by

sued 318 teacher certificate during other itea. of water through Ftsheatln tle, Mrs Frances Hardy. M.... Esther the State Game and Fresh Water

t the month of February according to I The Junk is a very sea-worthy Creek and Ktsslamee River comtiaves Klutts. Mrs Edaa Waters, Mrs. Fish Oommissienn to the Supreme

figures released by Superintendentof craft and is one of the first boats He said that flood COB- Mildred Cos. Mrs Phyllis Baseman Court.

Public Instruction Colin English ever to use the principle of tep- ditkms along the river at last M C. C. KlutU and Scott Bowman.CORRFCTIO I

4 this week rate comnortSBeatc nttktec it virtually far as the Ortoaa Locke, did not I The Miss Florida Pageant a

i A graduate certificate wa issued BntekMt. even when tilled I justify any worry concerning the > Mate-wide beauty contest to select

4 to Visa, Dorothy Loetae WttMam- with water The trN8IM of Lake" discharge Miss Florida of UU, tpMeertd Vy

son of Moore Haven Okeechobo howew was' "..lte I I Jt before the heavy rate began The total collection daring the the Florida Junior Chamber of

1 ro* h" )1 r. Rtntoy BaM.DeicfcaM OB Wednesday a wind averaging Baptist Missionary Society's Weekof Commerce will be hold In St. Pt*

? Prior to the last war the exp.*- I twenty miles per how over a three- Prayer service amounted to ercbwrg June 6-6 daring the annual

a ditnres of our highway tourfett I .cottars tw "'1 shirts hour period with gMts .. high a*I S533S Instead .f the $1595 as wek4eng convention of the

reached a total of more than 1W' were first Manufactured Trey,o high as 45 allies MIle recorded a t rrOBoly reported hy the paper Outdoor Writer of Aaserlea.June

million dollars annually. 'I New York, ast lUI the leek ____.pit. kMt week. 49i .



r. .

I 7? AS J I( ME 1 A quiz with answers offering f J Jinformctiononvariouubiect :

i $ ,

Taft Swings to RightAs ANOTHER r J
P / 'l N P tL 1 N-A-P.P.A l
; ;::
'# 1. What tops the dome of the I What the addled parliament

GOP Senate Leader Capitol building in Washington, : ? I
D. C.? The Answers

vies About Town 2. What is the easternmost city 1. The Statue-of Freedom.

Broadway Doable talk i See'y otIUt By BAUKHAGE in the United States 2. Eastport, Maine. .1

Marshall has great affectiond News A..rsllIrul Commtnittor.IVNU I 3. Without looking, how many 3. Five time
respect for General Wede. times does the numeral one ap- 4. No, be ran for congress la

peyer and, if the appointment of Service, 1616 Eye Street, N. W., |I ;conservatism for a praspectiv pear on the face of a watch? 1898, but was defeated. t

fcilitary men (to diplomatic posts) Washington, D. C. j I :standard-bearer of GOP. Then, a 4. Was P. T. Bannm the circus 5. No, the father sea horn do**. i
continues, insiders wouldn't b. sun WASHINGTON. Recently the 'well-known columnist came forthwith man, ever a member of congress:: ? 6. Six (four sons, two daugbV t

prised if Marshall handed Wed keen ears of the master politicians the story that some of the pow- 5. Does the mother sea horse :, ters).

pieyer one of the big Jobs. Sev< on Capitol Hill I erful backers of the Republiean par- carry her young around with her 7. The second parliamenf of
aral of those lads peddling chest! have been tunedto ty enlisted the support of a number like a kangaroo James I c* Englann so oar!:d be?

Cuts (on street corners) are vets oi some strange of Republican lawmakers In the 8. How children did Teddy cause it LJ not pr-.i4;;::a a -Jigle; '
World War II. There is a vacant squeaks and rat- anti-Lilienthal movement. They be- many statute.
apartment for rent at 1107 3th ave. tles developing in gan to whisper that perhaps Bricker Roosevelt

Hue. It has 34 rooms, of which 25 the otherwise would\ represent' sounder, safer, san -- -
ire for servants. Rental is only smoothly running er'views for the presidency. Taft

175,000 per year-the OPA ceilicg. Republican senate heard the whisper and came out emphatically QJoimMdl

. The little boys' powder room machinery It if not too convincingly, !
it radio station WNEW includes aq is confidently pre- against Lilienthal. j'i:

ttr-office telephone. Egadl Horf dicted on tb'j About that time the Roper poll re-
busy can a man get? Detective Democratic side vealed the percentage of preferencefor

Johnny Brennan, who probed a $10 of the aisle that various Republican potential candidates .
larceny (pawnshop) charge, recoV* "Chauffeur" Taft against Truman. And lo, Seak clothes in cool or lukewarm I IICODUICDdtd;

tred $28,000 in loot to date. who had pretty all the rest, Dewey, Vandenberg, water rather than cold. Cold wa- hy iI! >te rand DOCTORS ;
Memo to Washington correspondents easy going in the :Stassen, Brkker, led Taft. ter causes the fabric mesh to close ( {

I If you want the tipoft on the driver's seat up Baukhau I That doesn't mean that Taft will hold the dirt. Helps lane up adult
chap who really has the mortgag until the latterpart -'- '
be last in the hearts of the delegates .yst.ins-help
on Margaret Truman's heart, watcH of February will have to jump to the Republican national Crumble a dry newspaper, wet, children buIld ico
the one who brings her to the wed.4 out and tinker under the hood more copwn- and rub your windows and mirrorswith j
tion in 1948, but wiseacres are saying t..th, strong bona.SCOTT'S .
of than .
ding Senator
Langer's daughter one
cloth. .
this instead of a 1
it does mean that Taft no longer I
Lydia. From now on, observers I"N" ,
say, call the turn on legislation. -e- 1T'.GIJIJ/J r .
there are going to be a lot more or- Paperhangers always do the ceiling 1
ders from the back seat
Midtown Vignette: The Astor When the gentleman from Ohio Crack Iron Curtain' before the walls. Ceiling paper ,.
hotel headwaiter (In the dining should not run across the windows
took over after the November elec- With Short Wave
room) might be Interested to save in cases where this can not t.
tions even the old-timers sat and
up If there is much more evidence
know this. That the possibly be avoided.
young took notice of the he assumed -
way the cracking of the so-called "Iroc
man he refused! to seat the other
charge. He just shuffled the deck "
day (because he wasn't wearing curtain, the impression may get Glue pieces of felt under chair WHY PAY MORE? .
and dealt himself
the cards he wanted
a necktie) was Harold Russell about soon that it is a pretty porous legs to prevent scratching painted NE J
l )
: chairman of the policy committee -'oseph In
protection of the secrets of the
Russell is the handles war ; chairman of the labor committee viets. floors It's a good way to cut down SURER NWISLI j
vet era nominated for an which was going to direct labor on '0'00"I| ,/ s...calf.51155 AI
Recently I was walking the corrIdors : .
Academy award on the strength legislation on what had been almostthe of the state department with .. ..
of his grand performance in No. 1 issue of the "
day; chairmanof one of its officials. "How long. I
"The Best Years of Our Lives"movie.
the committee which handles the
asked him, "do you expect the otter isaves fREE
The Russell
new economic Under the
report. Kremlin to permit you people and MAY 1511 s
was not wearing a cravat, Mr. s LIBRARY ENlARGEMENT
reorganization act, this! report must the British with your American and ,
Headwaiter, Is simply that ty I
big a necktie Is one of the very British propaganda magazines and !.

few things he can't manage yw poison pamphlets Ivan and and your his Tovarishes broadcasts, with to! Select 30 of your favorite negativts I '
with his artificial hooks. ..9M
this western poison" (she 122 or smaller).Place nWn is aa envelop ii'
+" "Oh," he replied, "they won't stop !! II'
Times Square Confetti: Art galleries s ut" and mail today.It son to Indicate the negative II I

are loaning "masterpieces'for Why not?" I inquired. "They
for beautiful FREE enlargement.ENO
. as little as $3 weekly rental. # ist can't," was his answer. your E e t ,i.>o
Veronica Lake's one-orb hairdo wiu;; : British Broadcasting company has
be 1 broadcasts Russia! $U0 plus Mt for Baadfag end Postage.
back in the news soon. The of een beaming on
R pubs are plotting a personal! attack 'o Russia in the Russian languagefor
against Mr. Truman-starting a year or more. BBC reports
oa his war investigating record. that the programs have been welk

MOM dropped 9,000 staffers a' received and that the effort Is worth "

orer the U. S. More to go. A '\ hlle. The state department began

local eve'gazette just dropped rw,csportctaffers. :ts broadcasts last month. Some q "EVEREADY" fLASHLIGHT
. Personal item for its officials' believe that It is worth
local debutramps: Don't get toe I the millions It wID cost to eoatinuI1'em. <

snooty making a big impression or The first program had few N EW BATTERY LASTS
the salesgirls at Saks 5th. One o't listeners; It was criticized. It i|

them is Pamela Carey, a real del being tailored actor ling to listener '

socialite. Easy come, easy gc Comment. There is no way for tee 93 % LONGER I
dept.: The Philly Phello at the "115 I Russians to know about the pro. ,

club" wbo won 90 Gs the other grams, since notice of them, exceptby -, I

night lost 116 the following sunup. announcement over BBC appears

. NBGaesars had a big meeting JOHN W BRICKER In no Russian paper. !
to discuss "banning all giveawayprograms" How is it the Russians permit it I
Dark Horn in Leashoe
including "Honeymoon at all And even if they dent put Tiny Cell Packs r :

lo New York," their own show. su' ,"el i.' i:., .IV! : to congress obstacles in the way, will the Ras* : Enough ENERGY to tt
Variety Editor Abel Green's wife, by the Prt-Mdcnt's ec non i,' counciL sians listen? Are there enough radio I
rase, DM more perfume than the With reasonable; support from par- sets with short-wave receivers to ; Hit 200 Home Runs! -

Paris bleak market. Sid Spmnd ty stalwarts and with these power- make up a worth while potential audience .,

(ts selling his barber shop, a Broadway ful chairmanships in his hands it ? Lke baj,'>JI'? L.k: to s, lr !

landmark for 20 years. looked as though the senior senator These are the questions I asked ruse the root when '' tit t
from the Buckeye state easily could I'll try to give some of the answers. favorite 51!.srcr Giaxs
ride herd on the party vote, delivering As to the Russian attitude, it one out ot the ,park. t-
New York Is Like This: Dr. Thea her iv-a The
Walter Reed admittedly was it when and where he wished. seems negative. When the Briti** anuuingocw Lvtrc.: tyJUihiight \.
But. did you ever try to ride a first talked about broadcasting to cell coou.n P'te j -
of the medical
greatest pio-
one horse or drive a cow with a large Russia, a Russian official U reportedto coergy equal to the 'f !
It he hadn't figured
neers. '
sized bumble-bee leaping from fore- have said: "We have tried to cooperate amount Del-JLIIO smash "" i
out how to fight "Yellow Jack,
lock to buttock from cud to ? with You have out 200or iplIho.
or rump yon. your ,
would have lost hundreds of ...
we '" r>.fr. IJou#r
Not so easy, and no bumble-bee ever kind of democracy. You believe in .
thousands more men than we Kennedy hat- .
buzzed or like the freedom of speech. So we have cooperated "
stung apis presi- .
did in the Pacific. Dr. Reed the seaxwis .b.un- yj'
was elected to the Hall of Fame dentia. with English sending yow IlIIoIkn for brilliant. last- a4-
I reminded broadcasts in from .....
Eariy in January ,
you isht
(at New York U.) some time ..,,,, .... : c
We have kind of W.
of the trouble the presidential bee our democracy. '
But the niche is .
ago. t. empty 'was expected to cause when I quoted do not believe in freedom of speech ., < ;'.b, / .
because the directors have not : g {
been able to find to Republican National Committeeman So we hope you will cooperate with Z1 .-- -, ..._..-. _..,..""!..._. .--
anyone pay
Clarence Budington Kellalld'sremark our kind'of democracy by NOTE
for the cost of a statue of Dr. "
Reed. Only $6,000. Anyof : broadcasting to as. TVT HAT a supercharger is to a racing
"I don't think you are going to If that wasn't actually said. 11
yea got six Gs layin' around W the
car- new "Eteready" battery
loose? see the matter (Republican candi- ought to have been. It is too food (
dacy) jell at all until Ohio decideswhether to be untrue. is to your flashlight It "packs in the !3xenergy"93o

.it''And oin ba't be Taft or The British did not cooperate. more of it than even the MORE Mi!

The Late Watch: A divorce actioa Bricker" it jelled Although Neither did 11 other countries, la- "Eveready" cells DElIiY
filed in Dade county (Fla.) was '! it was predicted Bricker eluding Ecuador, which, along with great pre-war gave you

listed this way: "Argue vs. Argue." would bow out, he has refused to the United State, are an now beam You get nearly double the life maxi

The grounds constant bickering. bow. Quite the contrary, it is Taft tug their programs on Russia. 1 mum light for nearly heirs as long. For Nevlr tvut, dtt tleonelimn .

The Madison Avenue Linen shop who is bowing-not out, but to the don't know about the fibers, but the good service...better light...best maw lent*Ult ot: :
is on the comer of 45th and 5th. demands of the right wing of the British seem to have quite a following qual- loot htf. bfht :
Gregg Sherwood (a showgirl) got a party. (Taft's friends insist Brick- and since the Russian people are ity. always get these new "Eveready" ."Fv.read._ funoo," *fl.kbske.-Wt

court order to stop one of the na er will exit at the right moment.) more interested in America than in brand flashlight batteries! TLds todr't

tion's leading playboys from being But Taft's first obeisance was any other country I see no reason ii,.._" "liemdf

such a bore. Laraine Day and made toward the end of the Lalien- why the state department's effort The ntaltrtJ trtit-murk "Enr.'" b ::J'I'lrlJtluu.i. br tk.
Leo Durocher are one married thal hearings. He announced his opposition shouldn't be quite as successful. .. ",..J.d. ., n i.Ubt
devised by tilt
who already have lived to the confirmation of the lot
couple .
What are the chances? In the first NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY caa ScudanIt"
TVA head and did it with such ab- INC.
apart longer than most Hollywood place, radio listening has been developed 01I ., t..... wwhile s.i Cwi.r Gr,orpio. toc1a&IOG.
of the famous Taft that
couples live together. Add items sence logic
in Russia. People 30 Fax 2od Street New York
are en- 17,N.Y.IFn .
went all the
French eyebrows over -
Those autosin up
can skip:
you -
couraged to have sets and
they are
( that new Park Ave. and 59th place. The reason for departingfrom short-wave sets because short-wave

, showroom), which were $15,000 two the common sense path that is the communication method used
weeks ago, now are down to 12 Gs. his superior intellect usually dictatessoon by the Russian government That'ibecause

Cugat's 55-piece crew will playat became evident. Simultaneously of the great distance.
the White House when President his control of the party in the _
Aleman of Mexico pays a return senate began to slip. How many have sets

visit to Mr. Truman. Cugie will rate That was seen in the vote on the When Averill Harriman was there tiRl9tiTER CNT

$38,000 for the four-day celebration. budget In that case Taft took what he made an estimate of 75.000 sets.A tono xx
That Negro panhandler near most people considered the sensible, later estimate put the figure at ,s, ,4lLLi
Howie's and Hanson's asks for middle-of-the-road course. The four, 75,000 to a million. According to

handouts in 17 different lingos. and a half billion cut rather than the Russian five-year plan the goalis
Irving Berlin is fighting hard to stay : the six billion urged by the house. 323,000 for the We -

well His ticker. Patti Clayton I What happened to force Taft's know that the Russians seed all the "

groans: "It's a wonder Herman anti-Lilienthal statement? Wen, a radio sets they could in territory they

Talmadge hasn't tried to change 1 pertain conservative commentator occupied; also the government returned <
talked with Taft-criticized what he aH seized from
the name of that song to 'Sweet sets Russian I
Georgia White.' implied was a dangerous lack of citizens during the war. _


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I 1 JAe, fJ)1tDtfIJ., &.alL f

Alarming RiseAuthorities Mr and Mrs. Newrica wirt i

1 MO QUALITY will ever get a Set Defensive Pattern Against fears of a postwar staying at an xclajtr seaside i

man more friends than a cnr wave materialized in 1944 hotel. On evening at dirser the

smcere admiration of the qualities Future Reich Lewis Ruling when cases broke aD records for the conversation turned to m ala, with {

of others. It indicates generosity ; last decade. A tetal of 1,",_ major special reference to Mozart. t

of nature, frankness, cot offenses was committed, an increase "What a coincidence," said Mrs 1

, diality, and cheerful recognitionof Upholds Power of Judiciary of 119.622 over 1945On Jfewrich. "Only this morning 1 I

merits. major crime was committed taw him on the Number Five bus I
Tbtt wt b r a.. ttvd4 t- ...Hed to' eNID New paps Co I
**r .fta to live tm aue/0 tttt*ja0A1 'toitoa'a 1o t: wsa eatatea* are ti rt"ti la iae*: =-.. "J are Ike,. etRaster. minutes there of mur- down to the beach."
was a case i
aril fir M ., rsaxi.es.- Dtw.laper t'vl.a' a.w. aiM7.tt a.aIt f eneae.r.)
rbeodort Kootttelt der, manslaughter, rape or assaultto A dreadful silence followed, and J
.'.f. EUROPE: business before June 30 by refusing kill Thirty= persons were slain for the rest of the meal Mrs New t
Better do than dream betterbe
than ; a deficiency appropriation and chopping daily rich was acutely aware that she f
seem. Hem inEven Reich nine million dollars from pre- As law enforcement agencies, the had "dropped a brick.*
No fact has ever had to apologue the vious appropriations, the senate provided Judiciary and penal institutions were her
before oetermiaatko As soon as they were alone i
: fer staadiag out against a future design of Germany the ma- funds for closing out the agency strained to combat the growing husband rounded on her. I
theory. within the next three months. Asa crime wave, at heavy cost to the i
The only conquests which arepermanent jor powers are proceedteg to build a result of these differences, the bin taxpayer, most categories of offenses "You and your ignorance Don't
- ring of steel around me reich to know that the Number five I
those was sent to senate-house conference showed increases you
are we make a appreciable: -
revived German "
guard against a bus doesn't down to the beach!
3 of ourselves.-Napoleon. for settlement of terms. Totals go
third of
state wmgitg a war aggres
JUDICIARY Murder and manslaughter,
sion.The British and French forged the : I't!. I.

Embroidered Blouse first link with a 30-year alliance, Curb Lewis Manslaughter by negligence, CLASSIFIED

pledging the two countries to go to The Supreme court decision 4,761.

each other's assistance in the eventof John L Lewis Rape, 12,117. DEPARTMENT
Is Hit of the Season agains and the Unit- bi'
. .'_. an attack by Germany or any ed Mine Workershas Robbery 62,782.Aggravated .
other country. At the same time, assault (7,512.
the two allies agreed to integrate been of regardedas the Burglary, 357991. 'c3:1'E53 A: INVEST_ OPPOR. ;
one momentous
their economies to build an indus- Larceny,9US8. art tf! ,rely la epertttcf t V- t;

11 .,rb trial base for war and promote the ,. American verdicts history to, Auto theft, 229,920. 7a: tntehlce jr.'Tta. Tree popecra eat. and Maaonirf epeclal pmctR bff, 1's. -.
exchange of goods.France's z I*, p..r.t.Naakvti11T..a.i1GLNTit :: i:
I ;, definitely establish GREECE
that she
would offer the same terms to other ing the power and SOS nets ble tnt reruna EU.norelcef BT MAIL. tertrve- H
I dignity cf the courtsin cap1 .write BRCVO.
major powers led to speculation civil affairs ll Gab... JaekDN.tvnUe., FUrio. #
whether the treaty would implement A rightist bastion la the eastern .
By a 7 to 3 ruling, MAKE; IT., n.. CELL ITYfce ;
Mediterranean and scene of a bit- ..
the U. S. proposal for a defensive FCBLIC NEEDS n and want It er T a
Four ( the court cracked ter undercover political war between fA-J.* _SS. tor CetU BOFFMA. UU K.ftea. i J.
alliance of the Big against
PalUe.l.ala. Pa.
down L Wi/ and
on Britain and Russia Greece appealedto
the threat of future German resurgence '
Thus far, Russia has shied the UMWs open the U. S for financial and tech- CLOTHING, FURS, ETC.
h t away from the U. S proposition but Chief Justice daunting of Circuit nical aid to keep from going under

has been dickering with Britain fora Ylnson Judge Goldsbor.ough's and becoming a Soviet satellite NYLON HOSE '

i0a1s mutual aid pact. order calling Greece's plea followed Britain's i
Full Fashioned.
for a suspension of the recent loft Very
notification to the U. S. that her t
Holland and Belgium were expected -
coal strike to provide additiotal time QOEOEOCSLT BEATJTIfTL ,
to act favorably the French own economic 3cuhies made it
upon for working on an agreement In Pairs for I I
similar necessary for her to pull out of the
invitation to consummate a
his majority opinion, Chief Justice 0.D. plus postae It f..U aaoate f
In the U. S. to
country. asking
defensive and economic pact. On the Vinson wrote > pay poetafe. Money refBttaattsflea -
other hand, Poland and Czechoslovakia : assume her obligations, Britain esti- lntlt: Abate BOCCE wanted. i (

were expected to look to Mos- "The Interests of orderly gov.ramefit mated that it would cost 320 million DeL A JC. Bex B 8CPFLT a.8t. Pe.".el'", FlerUa ".
cow for instructions on negotiatingsuch *. demand respect and doDars to bolster Greece during the i

a treatyPALESTOE. etmpHance be given to orders next three years Congressionalsources MISCELLANEOUS !/

keyed by courts In our stated that 250 million dollars BIRD HOlSES-HrSTIC C\BI>Saad 1 I
: raptx seelety there Is a great in relief and credit may be durable Sattatacttoa fuara; !
Slue Bird S3 SO; Wren, e8 M p*_ ,
Use variety of limited loyalties, but required this year alone Uavflle >.T tty Werk. L. N. &
PsychologyBritain the overriding loyalty of an is Primarily en agricultural state, =

resorted to psychology Instead to oar country and to the Institutions Greece was hit hard by the war, _SEEDS PLANTS II

of arms In an effort to check under which a particular with communications shot up, production SER1CCA: LESPEDEZA S9B 00 htBdtei.

the rampant Jewish underground in Interest may be pursued. ." hampered by lack of equipment ,, ::.bi! II::

Palestine. I livestock depleted and eisen-
By imposirg martial law in Tel To emphasize the gravity of the
tial imports cut off As a result ofBritam' 250,000 Gladiolus Bulbs i
Aviv. the British sealed this Jewis.1industrial offense, the court sustained Lewis'fire
inability to lend economic .
PICARDY varetr grading from l's t4.S
of $10,000 and the UMW
financial and commercial i
assistance because of the pressureof fob Montezuma. Ga.

hub from the rest of the country, I fine at $700,000.The satisfying domestic needs and 25 BULBS . .. ._ .... $S.00

seriously disrupting its business I, accompanying issue of whether maintaining essential exports, the 100 BULBS .. $9.00
Thus, the Jewish leaders were facedBritish the Norris-La Guardia act I
1 prohibiting U. S. already has extended Greece 1,000 BULBS . . . r.Uo
v I the issuance of injunctions 400 minion dollars In postwar aid.U.N. BENJAMIN F. HEAL
s I against strikes in labor disputes Mratenma ce.rcla.tL .
l\I I' I could be applied in the UMW walkout .:

against the government found
:Atom Row
the court divided.
blouse, strip; C" l ,- more narrowly ]/ rzJo.lJJt..u1.uM.,8lnJU
SIMPLE dery together make t :s it <.i 4i V By a 3 to 4 decision, the majority decreed The Question of rational sovereignty -
Q that the act does not apply to -of) a country retaining its
the season. So easy to d, ari I wt
the thing for a muto-colc,r < *. t [ government employees and since the freedom of action-has long blocked S'Ahiars twbzgeIlDJuLt
t U S. has been operating the mines efforts at effective international cooperation
- Kndbniderr tranter and UMW members fell in that classifl- and the same question
.... Pattern Wl has blou-s '.' u
cat-on. threatens the utility of the United
14. IS. IS and M. saMe stzeae..epa1qravisi.a Nations rely ca this great n& for

tree tta.eb and aMOea'ork pb.lw. and craetlsaeabate :, ;', a rL SMALL BUSINESS: Russia brought the question into CHESTCOLDS

Due to an onoMuUIy Urettuiitiii t"a'. More OpeningsFully the open in the U. N. security CCJlmeclI'
coodtttor s. cliglit II deliberation on the U. 5.'. proposal
re 4&ired to ailing orders for Q f. oJ expectant of cashing in for international control of
Buxt popolar patternt -. he huge postwar need for aDL.ds atomic energy Delegate Grosyko

Send rev Oder to: tr __ of goods ._ new small declared that any plan that failed to rS*..t couPs-aehiif tares

S !- ;M-iesses were opened up in to protect the national sovereignty
aa.iis CTJir liaedletran OeptSM RUlON
W. Ba. rtfk CC carat M, 111Eacleat :. 4f the department of come I of participating nations lacked real-
at cent liar pat-era.e 1 1A. e .- estimated. This brought ity and could not be accepted by
lie I otal number of business en- practical statesmen.

"e i nses up to 3733000 Under the U. S proposal for
N. e _______
first of
: firing the six months all-powerful atomic authority that

Ail '__ : year, 365,000 new businesses would regulate the use of nuclear t
,e \' e begun the department doc energy and possess rigid inspection
-- -. ..... aed While the rate declined lights to guard against violations,

soldier searches aged s Ttewhat m the latter part of Gromyko said that the authority rb, tucausrw0ase

I nnlb suspect outride detention the year it was estimated 322.- could interfere in Russia's internal Jess A me naretsss.. '0'"i01e1

camp in Palestine 000 new establishments opened affairs in matters not directly: associated -
their doors bringing the grand with atomic production. He

\1 t'c t rrg heavy 'c.5ses or co- total to tI7,CICIO. Against this repeated the charge that the U. S.

f past ng m suppressing the ter- 187.000 businesses failed. plan placed other countries at a disadvantage

rr,-;"t" Shortages of some goods high because America would NO LONGER WAKES
MnU law also was imposed in prices and stiff taxes failed to retain its atomic secrete and pints

!' e Jewish quarter of Jerusalem check the small business boom. during the period when the red of 3 TIMES A NIGHT
'm Keep year feet iffy end Bn t.sh authorities arranged for Other lines were adopted to supplement the world would be comprytae with

r with SOUSas movement of bread and vegetables income, an increase in initial controls -as sac dM far i meatbs before twiUhaf
wern to 25,000 isolated Jews and the Jewi installment buying helped to tt hie,(tII NW Imfatj ue.bljdderjNU

well es i ", welfare committee was permitted ease high prices and operators -e.evraeddoeor., ',. bci. n'7pualofqa, kv.t
: te I
nr FpJflrw
on. 'rlLea0
(feels byOScllivai to set up free milk and food stall made money despite federal Mighty L!the Man I ,.- IodDnb1addeoPill&&ok.. tl< II
taxes >(tit orpe cow ka to corns BWXiy
Id dens for the needy
dti. .
; r fntataut: cot tac tw>n- T
; & ;:'e BritISh cracked down after : i roteet your rwt from.ktdn y-
:' e I: _an Z\a- Latest underground MEAT: .t-oaly.. eYhR ptlk Nd.tte.kkt../r Puta tc'CW etekflt

o. .,-"zation had blown up a British Consmmer Pressure ',.w. "........!w .Ma
t y'a
r;'ucrc' club in Jerusalem with a JtBi.l o.Yore find .lam:\V SSai "
and attacked other During the entensix debt ?- -. '
J: ;ie.s 0: 14 Ines e .
Brat ,,= ne'SO"1 i i :nd installation! in decontrolling meat argurre< "e-? -'-

;t L' t for a ,Z;(r;at state in the 'track and fast whether strict '->?. : 1247rCtdneysMust

Holy ':and.CDGRES". eminent control or the law c* s_ :;v
and demand: constituted te: teSt

: I method of keeping retail p': e- .tm .

f Doom OPAL Little was heard of ":-t .- s.. WbrkWell-

: ng tve war: :'c hor for public I sense, but consumer sense it .s at

: -"'Lean alike t'P9 was head- has been keeping meat prce: tin ;. For Yea To Fed T.D

e' ; :- Ke discard by June 30 beef rrasoaabW levels ia recent wets, S4 .... ererx jay T im wiry
congressional hmitatior of wk, er r ete pizc.wmite Al..
l packers report. Much as p".--Jte aiat er Iron tbe b I ood.
:..:'d5. The office' of temporary pork they have been pasup U aure peopU wwe tware el bow eke
not eoattactlr revere *
: .s. established last December for cheaper cuts of beef. a'7 pine 3'-I, sell acid u4 ataer* :
e. : t s.;pervwory agemcy over re- butchers have been fo":'A:- the: nrar that crane eur la the Stoat
i wttaovt taOT7 to Swish, tkere veal
.- wartime regulatory bu- line of east resistance IT se:1r .. better aajcntaa&ac e* wi, ....
:l. ..". a::50 was schedaed to go customers -'i-ne ireteea U opeet*bea fcUaert US
q :mtvpety.
cowSUFFERERS w'th abolition of OPA it was reported BsrD ,. ,
; Having processed perk T!':-. tie z routs lee frugal artaeiiMe -
r se nrae Uat ... &&
control would be (
that rent
.. : recent record price begs for fresh II Trot,.Tea Bay(sX..aacpac backacbe. -
transferred to the department ofrrercc sale, packers have been compelled A mighty little mm is Edward kceJactaa, Jlarlnieaj rbeeaatte i
-. and control to the pa... etti&f up U e?(hta,miLac. ;
cc: sugar to cut wholesale charges as muchas James Mulsat, age one, of Los Angeles Why act try L***t f&il Tea vil
department of agncuttve Because eight cents a pound under coststo Calif. Medics say that Ed- h saaye a aixiidee r mwaenii. '.' 666 STRUTS RHJtP tNJUST65ECOl4DS c-f te scarcity of housing and sugar move their suppLesen with ward has the physical and mental '::: l t eer f>.ace',==t:tbe tea: l ls.k

m the face of tremendous demand. the cut they have encountered difficulty characteristics of a 3tryear-old boy .sot powmoeeKent. visa rn1M. C t
They kr&
legislators continued t* favor their selling their meat With the and well they may. From 7H poundsat CM DMB'.tod cnauia 7. Ce eetU&c HU caaMeaea.

1 Got taer.Y. _-4Me" ;. regulation to prevent hardship and pork trade determined by demand, birth he has grown to 35 pounds At a8 drib* .... 'oar..+prnb R skyrocketing )rioeL packers have sealed down their of- has eight teeth walks and trets and

Mm 'uM void rrw TsW.117., r.Y v While the Bepytoheaa minority leftegs for idle hogs, wflfc the result tan utter a number of words Even PILLS
.. a..w rillvnoa'.oAr" contained to ride..... ta the hence mat the record prices gradually hardened reporter raises eyebrows

.vista.: r.. ...1yu and threatened to pot OPA out cf have receded. in wonder. !
ar.cal -


MARCH 21, 1MT>

GLADES COUNTY the criminal angle of the questionand j ,hasn't noticed her for awhile? .The cattle will graze ':
says that he does not take the day.They will take part, in the drill The calves will ... e....

DEMOCRATMOORE attitude that he has opened the competition Friday evening and in FIFTH GRADE POEMS While the little boy writes a phrase
HAVET. FLORIDA lake to fishing since there are still the concert competition Saturday I I The bulls run and snort

so many other angles involved which morning. Let's hope they make a Florid f'ou1lolAints I (Continued on Page S)
must be straightened out in a civil I good impression.
Filtered as second-class matter :May
I. 1927 at the PoatofBce at Moore case But if there is no penalty,
Haven. Florida, under. the Act of attached to their seining it logical -: PhlfoON.'LIT1-
Centre of March I 117.
to assume that the seines will: He is oae of those proud M. H. H. "
continue to be operated j S. boys and is about 5' 5" and was
bIUhr4 Every Friday By ii
The Legislature meets neat the star ot this year's basketball J
CARIt !HrTLt.u month Let as hope that it wilt and football team. Not eves a MESSAGE -
take some action to clarify the blush could cover the freckles for A ., -
muddied waters and if the game which he is so well-known. Was WAR i
S.bserlptl.a Ratest I commission is no more astute than at ODe time a resident of the Mg 'I SECRETARY .R ,
0.. Tear ___ ._______ t&SO I
it has appeared to date our city of Tasmania His greatest
!Sin! ,,....... __ ______ anti lecls-I I I
lators would do well to ambition is to write a Biology book
voters a chance to vote again on He has no appreciatioa for the
the amendment which created it, movies and would much rather sit

this time to abolish It. in the drug store and drink coke J How you L-
34FANDEPJNGS I and eat tee cream. He will someday
I was a bit ashamed Tuesday make a good Philadelphia
By Carr Settles I night of the vote cast in the state lawyer. can help'

senatorial race in Gladea County
I but was hardly surprised There J tTM.. :san;
With virtually everything going I YOUR ARMY DO ITS ;
October 1. was no local candidate and many I The Juniors are all plans this
against them since last i
I voters ot the county take the attitude week as they are looking forwardto
the joy
one can readily understand
that it nukes no difference their coming banquet with very
With which commercial fishermen PART FOR PEACE iS
down here anyway; that the elect- mach excitement. They have aot
halted the decision of County Judge
as yet found oat the fiaaKdate bat
J. M Gonae this week in which he attention.
I it woat be too far off. The prom
leashed an affidavit Introduced will also be OB the same lick So WITH the Presidents proposal for the discontinuance ofSeleotne
To extent they be right
against John Whidden in a test case may
tea Wing and said, in substance for certainly the greater part of I you had better get roar beat dremv Service on March 31, America will rely on
that an act of the Legislature wouldbe the vqting strength is outside es out... have them all pleased voluntary enlistments for the maintenance of the I4e fnlar

recognized by his court until Glades County In DeSoto Highlands and ready to go because I immin Army at authorized strength.!

proved to be unconstitutional He and Hardee counties In a close you It will be the biggest eves of In view of world conditions today, this is a step of .

referred to the act of 1945 which election. however the few hundred the year. the gravest importance to every American citiaen. Never
placed Lake Okeechobee under a votes we have might make a great before in history has any nation raided and maintained 4

aft water classification and makes difference sometime. isMOTHEIthD a million-man army by the volunteer system alone. Oar .
Heywood Broun famoaa newspaperman
the fishermen subject to the control Anyway there is a run-off election was once introduced toa ideals, our belief in individual freedom our safety and

of the board of conservation next Tuesday and here's hop lecture audience by aa old..fashioned our duty to promote world peace- all are bound up in
rather than the game and fresh water ing there'll be a more representative local politician whe sang his tlii decision.This .
fish commission vote. The field has been narrowed -
praises in broken-down cliches tor is your Arm), and voluntary enlistment k yow
Under the baa imposed by the to two candidates and that a fall twenty minutes. Bronn filially choice. It mutt not fail. With your help it trill not fail.

freak water commission last October should make it a little easier for arose, smiled, and. ..... The Army must continue to provide adequate occupation -
there appears to be no penalty the voters to make a choice. "Ladies and gentlemen now I kaow forces overseas, to supply these forces, and to help ,
tor violation and because of thissome I'm going ont on a limb, of how a pancake feels when they in keeping America strong and secure ;
fishermen have daringly continued kind of
course with any predictionbut "
pour syrup on It.
to pull their nets and sell the sizeable vote given Jeff Your help and undemanding can do much to encourage

their fish where they could De- Flake in his own county and in the SNOOPER! a steady flow of 3-year voluntary enlistment,
spite the many suits that have been other counties appears to make necessary to sound training and the efficient performanceof
Wonder who wrote Jessie feat
filed and the many thousands of him almost a cinch to win The the Army's ta!k.
note that told her Mat what they
words of testimony taken there ap- high man in a first primary is very thought of her? Could it have bee When you discuss this subject with your sons,brothers ;
pears to have been no clear-cut frequently defeated but I don't be- Jimmy Clkk? husbands or friends who may be considering an Army

derision made anywhere along the lieve that it will happen when the What Is the career bear in mind the advantages offered by a 3-year I ,
line and the attitude of the game candidate is this high. interesting conversation enlistment. Among them are the choice of branch of
that la carried oa dally by
commission lends credence to the
service and of theater where exist and
Joyce and Doyle* Could this be overseas openings I
view of the fishermen that they Today fa, officially the first day a new match? the opportunity for thorough training in valuable skills.A :
are only attempting to run a bluff. of spring and while it is unusualfor
If that be the case it will finally Floridians to think too much I heard everybody had a geed job in the new Regular Army compares favorablywith t
out and when it does the com- about the change of seasons, the I i time at Lakeport Wednesday night. the average in industry, and has more opportunities
mission might as well do a lot of kind of winter me've had for the' Wonder what they did: for promotion than most.

fast resigning. past few weeks makes us rather It seems like Billy R. was all In You can help by giving your respect and eupport to

Judge Coustj was ruling only on glad to welcome spring Not only a Jitter! Tuesday night. Wonder the man who enlists voluntarily -to do his part in carrying I
did we have'unusual cold weather what Peggy told him. out your country's world-wide obligations to build

during February and March but Jimmy Click was absolutely the a peace that will endure. I
.- --. -- .. -" we have also experienced what Is most handsome and bestdressedman ROBERT P. PATTERSON .
likely to be the wettest March ever in town Tuesday night. He .
GUARANTEED experienced.More actually looked like be was goingto

than four and a half inches a wedding. Wonder where he -
Watch of rain fell here between Saturday had been. fog FULL IIFORIUTION ICfiUDIKB : -l: '9# ,,-It
noon and Wednesday noon Jimmy Crum has decided that he ;
but the skies have finally cleared would humble himself and ak Ana VOLUNTARY HUSTMEXT. CALL AT 'U. S., .Army

and today is a typical spring day. Henley for a date. Really Jimmy. MY 0.t ARMY lECBUmMB STATION cMe sf TIM*'
Lake Okeechobee has just reached she is a bit old for you ftttt. 'raarcf IM ,.**>
the maximum level permitted by There sure was a good show put
7 DAY SERVICE I the I*. S. Engineers and Lockmaste on in front of Peggy's house these
Fred Flanders tells me that discharge past two weeks.
will begin this afternoon. Geraldine is so down in the U. S. ARMY RECRUITING OFFICE
I dumps. Could it be that Billy R
uur large repair department WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA

is now able to give 7 ao tea List a. tan tat a '- .

day service on watch repairSCHOOL DAZE ,

ing. We have a staff of high- _

ly competent and skilled STAFF ,.
Fxlitor ????
workmen who turn
guaranteed -
AssociaSnoojie( Editor Itetlie Koblnson .
work. We use nothing __ .. 111111 To The Voters of .
but genuine parts and ma- Sports -. .' Char Uajton :

terials. Send us your watch.Special Tommy Wayman
f'nOnaJitif Opal Ilaulersonkathlcren ;;;
attention to mail or-
< MrLaughlin;
ders. Registered and certi- Campus Ito cr __.. T. Jean Dupree Glades County '
fied watchmaker in charge. Roth Close

Tphts ---- Hetlle RobinsonDojle
e s s

H. Gluckman I ( r Jean- DuprrcMta Dot Williamson I want to thank you for giving me the wonderful 1

JEWELER - - / support and vote which you did in last Tuesday's pri ]

lit Ml >EWs The
mary. vote from each of the counties
1012 First Strut M fW( -P proud of onss, hool l was really en

1 inrt when ttipy took part in the couraging. In my own county I received the endorse- .
Fort Myers Fl nd 1: Parade
( 1-1 11 at Fort Mers and I

'"-' .... .... ,,1\,\ it ire piiMHtin a good show I ment of two-thirds of the votes cast.
rI Sl.hrwg this Friday and Satnr .i

I I will greatly appreciate your vote and support in

the run-off next Tuesday March 25th in
electing me j

your State Senator. I renew my promise that I will try -

to represent all of you in my district to the very best of :;

my ability. Your vote and support will be r

FLAM1N6O't I preciated. greatly ap -:-;,

: Gratefully yours,



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" SHOWER FOR MH3. BOZEMIN Fred FUn4e. Jr.. Mrs. E. H.Bwrles. FOR RENT-Furnished home Aatomatie -
I \T StM>.\\ SCHOOL MLETING Mrs. Carr Settle, Mrs. hot ...ateI'0 children.
Ii Frances Hardy Mrs J. H DOfey, W. O. Hayes at Trailer Park. Itp.

Mrs. W. S. Boaemaa was honored I Visa Bertha Gram. Mrs. V Gram
Ii TERSONALond SOCIETY'wsrvvvvw1 "J-II with a stork shower by tke aea- :i I and Mrs. Lyons At the anagram
table Mrs. Evelyn Ljroes. Mrs.: FOR .ILH-2-wke"J trailer in good:
U : of tllle Mollie Settle Claw of i I were
I coadtttoa good tire. Reason-
the Methodist Church at the regularmonthly : W B Irby Sr. Miss Emily Levee
and Mrs. Gladys Stalls Fred Jenktne. XX.IDU .
.... ........ ......-" _. . . . _ i' meeting .of that orgaaisa-I I
-- x.-:+ :... doa at the Moore Haves Hotel : :
,. Mrs D L Pippin of Frostproof 1. Mrs W. H Swaago and son and Tuesday evening Mrs J. Wd-I Ilvn :;.\ -New Champion 4.2 oat- .\GLI.\F. AND 1HIXKCR.\B
visited friends here on Tuesday Mrs J. A. Lee end children were kin and Mrs. Harry Poster were I motor, also 21-Jewet Wash work wanted by day or contract-

I visitors Monday In SebnngMr hostesses : tham watch. See at Gantfs Bar. i 1 j Philip Qray. 1831 N. Palm war.,
-:= Mack Greene was a bnainess visitor -! A brief business seaMen of the I ltp Lake Worth. Fla. Jan 3-1ltp.

i ia Fort Myers Wedaeaday I and Mr*. J. A. MuUins had i class was held preceding the shower nn--
. $ I and parti \.
as their guests over the week-end I
Mrs H J. DaBose of Aaborndaie i' his parents of Palmetto i In a couple of contest appropriate
. was a visitor here Sunday to the occasion Mrs C H ,
I Mrs. F. H Ryan has returned !fettle and Mrs Kenneth Baun

Arthur Barren was in West Palm from a wit with relatives in Tallahassee gardner wire ;k<> winners of prizes. I II

.- Beach on busiaeea Tuesday I A H..'.fln u. al solo v&snng b> Mrs ja "r. II I

:;? Mr and Mrs L. M. Lilly pent I Mr. soJ Mrs, Charles Kothle oEvansTtl't R"r'mfn>i ._ <>I Siktn -.': I
.:;,; the week-end is Miami i Ind. were q"IV-h hti. I ',..".. -d '. trs. .
I *ieaday Hi : : r Bolt'm.'n had Ij : I
' Tommy Lower was a visitor in I .. f-.,;;.t.,,' with a gr-M cam.::. '
I I :... i,.. .. .
Pahokee ,...y. Waiter Macdis of A\'on Park was- f I; presents 1bieh \
I' here Monday to attend a meeting o: brought !? in a bathiE'te 'i I

Dan Padgett of Bella Glade visited i the directors of the Lakeside Dairy l.jo\: .-, the orcatian were M. I s tlsVt
i friends here Tuesday evening I I Oladi alls. Mrs. Mtllheny. \! I
---- I 1'1'Cooll8ratlYe. O. E ViKlle, Mrs. Wm M.-; \

Mrs John Moor cod baby daughter -i Misses Wanda Yoder and Irene Mrs. Caroline Bales Mrstrio! (
:: will return home today. from I Seott students at Stetson Univemity Bales, :Mrs Ray: \oAcr, Mrs K.'n. j I
:" & ........ DeLand spent the week- neth Banmgardner Mrs C i' j I
Mark Klutts. Mrs J. H. DOto Mr-
-. ead at their homes here
B T.-.f IBaaU was Men Roberts and Merry Linn.

ia town oa baateesa Taeaday and )II'. and Mrs Frank Veltri. Mrs! Frances Hardy. Mrs E H I
Wednesday.O Boyles Mrs! Vernon Cochrane Mr-
daughter Diane sad baby son of I
D. C. Gorman Mrs Stanley Way-
I I Miami spent the week-end with I
!' Mr. man. Mrs Jacob Befits. Mrs D r
any .a L W Lilly were her parents, Mr. and Mrs M A.
, b-- vtsittas Wedtoedcy lal Summers Mitchell Mrs E. P Ewing Mrs t' !f Zo" .' c
Fort ben I If H Settle. Mrs Felix Cuell Mr '
-- E. Scott Mrs T. W. Weeks, Mr- i
C Wttkea aad MelAvoa Ears et I Mr and Mrs. Berate Collins of R. M Weeks Mrs W. B. Irt)'. Mrs
Park wen btrinsn. ..Ilanhits Sebring were here Sunday afternoon H. I. Robinson Miss Emily Couse
in the interest of his candidacy -
.....,. Mrs J. B Cox: M-s C. S. Pressle
for state s enMsr.John Mrs D.
C. Mitchell Mrs Bozeman.

Mr. and ..... R, T. Akera were ----"T Mrs Adktos and Mrs Foster
bn.yi.a.er. vWtors VrMar fat Pa- Ellington of Cfewiafe. act
o ...... ing secretary of the Dillon Wad I R1IT1-T MIO'fOX.HSOO"!'! ''\
Drainage District, was here Wednesday II Is ROYAL P.IRH'E I'ROG1t.UI Easter
M rs. R C. JoNaa ant daaghter.JaBa oa baalaaaa
Mae spat the weekend inTEL The Baptist Woman s Missionary Special :
.... I Mrs Vtee- Bahcoek and two Society met Monday night at the : } ,:.
'- daughters of Mauai, saeat the home of Mrs John Brown for the $
P. K. Laady and :W. L. Beta weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Royal gerTice Program Mrs Brown +
J' were Oabrlaf visitors Sunday after- I.WilHngham.Mrs was in charge: of the program /.p.pAs Advertised in LIFE

-. Refreshment of fruit Jello, cake; bLANE
E. Baker red Mrs Itone
i and coffee were served to: Mrs nor
:Mrs. T. F. Sheridan aid daughter. Jenkins are spending a few days Frazier Mrs. George Sturgis. Mrs '
Cfceryl, were vWtors ia West ia Fort Myers at guests of Mr and W. L. Wetherington. Mrs Fred L'I
Palm Beach Taeaday Mrs Floyd SbettaVarger Jenkins Mrs W. L. Bellamy Mrs e

H Etherton Mrs. E. C. Byrd. Mrs r4tlL HOPECHEST1
}Its. J. A Lee aad children and Friends here will regret to learn L. :.I. Lilly Mr J. C. Swindall I tIts

Mrs. W. H. Swaag. and son were that Miss ET* .!\ Dyees was forcedto Mrs Mack Greene. Mrs J. O love for with a LANE. So l ls
keep jive your sweetheart
vtsften in Belle Glade yesterday
undergo another ovwatten laJacksonville Greene and Mrs W. L. Bryant.
last -week No report the (tnoioe LANZ she {oats for-f ift that start the hoeMCIfi

Miss Mary Anne Draugan, a stu- on her condfttoa has been received BUFFET SUPPER HONORS the only tasted, aroma-ti'gbc Rid CtJcr Hope Chastl '
dent at South Georgia College attired 1 VISITING COLLEGE GHOIPMrs
Wednesday night to speed Make your selection early for earliest delivery. j jParkinson's
)lr. and Mrs L. E. Farm and
the remainder of the week with
Joe"aa De Velde entertained
family and Mrs Ida Hawe were ia
her parents. Dr and Mrs D. M'j Pahok Wednesday afternoon to Thursday evening with a I

Draughn. visit Mr. Faraam's and Mrs Hawe's buffet supper honoring the
othpr. Mrs Anna Farnam who Is of college students who are P'OtII'I
1 I ,. home guests from South
: ; HI=U 111 la the Pahokee Hoer -
.1 1 College

Those enjoying the occasion were;
r-.- Phyllla Etherton will arrive Misses Marcflin Douglas aad Arltae:
1 .', fm Savannah, Ga., to spend Peterson of Lake Wales Bobs *
a r, w days with her graadmother Smith of Jacksonville Beach. Roberta
M H Btherton. before leaving Morgan of Neptune Beach, J.
f ". DeLaud where she will attendF D. Docketing and J. B. Dean of
.-'n Cntverafty for the reams Douglas, .Gs., Mr. and Mrs R. T lLpIiIthi!
".' rp school term. Ahem Miss Mary Ann Dranghn
Miss Dorothy WlllIam_. Mir Irene
:-:un&: \1' 3 Mi and Mrs W. B. Swaago and Scott Mfaw Martha Dowd 11 lee

..\(} u\n: NO l..on:" .1< Douglas and Louis MeQ1Ittilyi Margaret Van De Velde Mrs J. C I .
.. : p, ala arrived 5u.for a Swindall Sion Sulla. Billy Robinson !
V"n J.d..lTree. :: ,
atL 1 Mr aDd Mrs J. A. Lee. Mr Bill Masse and )II'. and Mrs
E' -.ango and Mf McQatthy returnedto Van De Velde and Jane
Ocala Tuesday and Mrs Swaago
& Wed. March Z5-2S i
and son are reaching. for a loager MRs. LVONs HONOtlKI [launderal14
Lucille Ball-Jno Hodiak I.\T I j

Cartoon Miss Marcilia Douglas and Arltae dessert bridge honoring hermotherinlaw
Peterson of Lake Wale Bobbie Mrs Evelyn' Lvons',
Fri. ft: Sat March I-:9! I'' Smith of Jacksonville Beach and was given by Mrs. R. D. Lyons yes I : THE COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC :
"HOML: IN (H LLIIOtt.t"Roy I Robbie Morgan of Neptuae Beachand terday afternoon at her home
R strsHol J. D. Docketing and C. B. Dean The dessert course consisted o ii i HOME LAUNDRY i
: of Douglas r..a. are the house ice cream, cookies and coffee after J
H \i.:; : .. \\ \ _it.!''-t for the w..ek-end of Miss I which there were three tattles ore t ou mju a oFEATURS I'

Vaream Van Pe "foldE'11 at'dvnte bridge and one of anagrams in playMrs. :
*r at South 1..nr"I.1 Co'lege .
J. M Cease was winner of
lava ......sIt ,
-------- I high wore prize and Mrs D M I waaAinq oN......, '! I
Dranghn received the consolation= Easier IllWlIafw
IalsE prize to.-. ?-
At the bridge tables were: Mrs GrMtw copocity k ... I
(Con! e. Mrs. Drangbn MM W. B (10 wa.M+l f

HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN Irbv. Mrs Fred Flanders 5r Mrs w ....... j .
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Obit 9L So ? I

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL TilE man who han't the Here Are Helpful Writing Pointeri

time to do things that are _
SUNDAY L worth while is doIng --
probably -
esson valuable booklet "How H
BEHnthJ' some things that are not. ,4 .lETTER OUR Letters for All Oocaj

By HAROLD U IXnTOQUMT. D. D. Modern clothing is Just about dons gives dozens of helpful
I* Tft e Mood/Wt Bible laatttut Newspaper of cfst.agwRU.a..d Unioa. half of what it was ten years WRITING pointers on vocabulary, grammar,
fcy -ttrm
ago except the price, and that correct form. Has interesting simple
it doable. ;- HINTS letters to help you improve

LESSON FOR MARCH 23 Now that we do see AmerIca your friendly, social and buJlneu
ByPAULMALLOH first we hope to see correspondence. Includes love let

LMM eublecte end Scripture UxU Mjtcted America last. terse Even the most fastidious
Reteaaed and copyrighted by International Money continues to declinein friend win be impressed when
by Werten Newspaper Union. Council erf RtlUlou* Education; u.4 Bfcenai
-. value, bat it doesn't seem to i you've checked up on letter eti
FUMBLING, CORRUPTION MARK be losing any of its popular quette.A .
ity. touch her cad touch t sj -4B4your
is an inside BROTHERHOODLESSON letters will spark kith petliBafiy,
unofficial report on Germany, A man wrapped up In himself Say thing.1v1dJy..
Japan and the American TEXT-John ITil-ll. M-ZS. makes a very small Send U cents in coins for our bootleg
occupa- MEMORY SELEC'I10N-And now I ama package. "Bow to Writ Letters far An Occ Uioju,
tions (paraphrased conversationally more In OU world but these are.in the Thanks for the to Weekly Newspaper Semite, iu W...
) from an army man who has world. and I com to thee. Holy ...ther.eep MemoryBEING 17tt Street, New York 11, N. t.
through thine own nan" those whomfeou
Studied both sectors. Keep this one beat (Ivea me, that they may be no*, -- --
for your scrapbooks, because the top M we are. John 17:11. Marathon Dance Ban On'After ONE JU3I-; AHEAD Is !
men are saId to be growing alive to no good unless you're headed lathe How To Relieve
The voice of the Son of God lifted I
the deplorable situation it presents Whirl of l,147Hours I right direction
could be
In audible prayerl! What
concerning the occupation of Ger-
more sacred and more blessed? He Among the cases that caused
many. In line with It, General Mar- Bronchitis
who had by act and example taught many cities to ban dance mara-
shall in the Moscow
may change policy GIRLS! WOMEN !
talks for a German treaty, and his disciples loving service (John thons over a decade ago was that
the certainly will be inducedto IJ), and had spoken to them wordsof of 2ft-year-old Charles Gonder of try this If you're DrsomaisJcn relieves procsUytaase 6Ie
army comfort and assurance (John 14- Bayonne, N. J., who dropped dead U goes right to toe seat of tot
make some corrections at least, trouble to help loosen and expel
If it does not overturn its German 18), now prayed for himself for: In one of these endurance contestsIn NERVOUSOi'CUTAMDAYrOfMoath germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
setup. Here it is: them, and for us. 1932 after dancing continuously <, to sooth and heel raw tender to*
tor 1,147 hours, or 48 days and : f&ma/i bronchi raucous men
The occupation of Japan is nearly While he spoke most intimatelywith nights. ranea.TtIl your druggist to sell you
perfect. This has been accomplished the Father as his only begotten 1!I, Do female functional mo&tUy disturb* = because the Japanese are Bon he prayed aloud that his disciples taces make you furl nervous Irritable, ,, you most lire the way ttcnlekly

Behind General MacArthur, not only might hear his prayer and Join Gas on Stomach Then to weak do and try Lydla Und out L PinUuun'i-at such times V...-! to haTe allays your laooey the cough back.or fro art
100 per cent but (in true Nipponese with him in it table Compound to rellev each symp
geared UI unto teoUe :
*r lack
rear messy toms.It t turnout tax this Taken regularly CREOMULSIONforCouu..C1iest.Cotds.
fashion) about 101 per cent. Industries This prayer is often called the U..-----peIalIoI.-_. .,. Plnkhaml Compound help*)
f* linn l imannltnMwcctte o.or
have been restored and are high-priestly prayer of Christ, and the fuMM-tcHn .5da kae.a fur build up retUtance against such die- .BroadiitiJ
functioning as well as anyone ex- rightly so, for here the "one medi- te. No oJe-'f-luau... saubiag.uu..ffo'tiasio tree*. Also a gnat itomachlc Sonia

pected. There are some defects, ator between God and men the man lvoa,.lie dwa.a ,.r os.1. bed at revers ob.ttle: 11 l A.f.'IKlHAJll'J G WI READ THE ADS
but Japan is considerably support- Christ Jesus" (I Tim. 2:5) spoke
Ing herself. as "the High Priest of mankind who
begins his sacrifice by offering himself -
Far more Important, the American
soldier In Japan is a modeL to God with all his people"

The officers have no trouble on lootIng (Godet).
black markets or even much First we find that he prayed for
on morality. Following the guidance himself as he spoke of Jhe Plowing Schogers Choose the NEW

set forth by MacArthur, they are I. Salvation Finished-Then Glory
cooperating with the people, and the with the Father (vv. 1-5).

people with them.In He looked up and said "Father,"

Germany, the occupation is disgracefuL that was all No struggling no
It is a disgrace to American pleading, just the recognition of his
arms and administration.About own divinity, his intimate and unique r I
45 per cent of the occupationarmy Sonship to God. Throughout this

numbering nearly 200,000, are entire prayer the same close rela-
kids of less than 21 years of age. tionship is found. It was not as we
Another 30 or 35 per cent are re- would pray "Our Father," but "Fa
peaters, lads who came back to the ther."

states, could not get or did not wanta Jesus was the Son of God. Yes CHAMPIONVHAMPION
job, knew of the conditions of he was and is God. He and the Fa.
black marketing and looting in Cen-. ther are one in blessed eternal in
tral Europe, and went back. finite unity. But as he Is in the
Father, we who believe are in him.
NO WORKABLE PLAN So the poet wen says:

But these kids and men are not to "Near, so very near to God,
be held responsible for the corruption Nearer I cannot be,
of the army of occupation. The For In the person of his SonI
men in charge should have set downan am as near as he." FARMERS,! and farmers wider shoulder openings. The extra

efficient program from the be- This divine Redeemer who laid generally, are changing to Firestone high, curved, pyramid-like bars cut into
MacArthur did. Their
trouble ginning,was as that after the war they down his glory when he came to ,' Champion Ground Grip tires the soil with a cleaving action, and

did not know what to do. They had earth (PhiL 2:7, 8) to be a Saviour insisting upon them when they buy because they are connected, the ban

no occupation formula such as Mac- was again.now He ready spoke to of take the up work that of glory sal- new tires specifying them when take a powerful "center bite" in the

Arthur developed. So they turnedfor vation as completed-for in his obedient they order new tractors.That's heart of the traction one. Extra height,
guidance to propaganda from soul the death on the crow Triple-Bracing, and buttressing at the
home and the most vociferous of because the
new Champion
which was Just ahead was already base give the traction bars greater
the public here demanded swift de-
cleans to 100%
accomplished.Now up more effectively;
nazification of any and all Germans, strength lengthen tire life. The
retributive punishment and other he was ready for the Father-j pulls up to 62% more; lasts up to 91% cured connected bars are in continuous
to glorify him even as he had glorified
which have kept Germany longer. And It rolls more smoothlyover
steps the name of the Father. That contact with the highway, insuring
from supporting herself. Denazifica highways. smooth ride.
prayer was answered and Christ a
tion is an theory. I feel
right, as a
sits at the hand of the '
now right
There sound for this
are reasons
But Intitt Firestone
that myself. everyone
way Father in heaven. What a glorious ;, upon Champion .
who knew how to run factories Saviour we have! superiority. The curved connected Ground Grips when you buy new tires,

and business operations naturallywas His prayer was soon turned to traction bars dare outward from the or order a new tractor. They cost no

connected another with the Nazi what partyone we those who had believed in him. They center, and mud falls freely from the more than ordinary tractor tires.
way or were precious to him, for they were !
have done is to "debusmessize" Germany given to him by the Father. limn M tin Yon of Fmttfmt"'#rJ1II..*.., iwmng etvr J NBC
in the process. It would have .
been far better if we had requiredsome II. Oat .f the W..W-n Kept defend the family
by tile Father (w. 6-11). f ltarrf were ready to tb National
Nazis who knew bow to do ; Clarence'IIVOO
SSiSftC fall,
ssss" laurel.Last harry,the
There is WhcarlanJ.
things, to work for us. something powerfully assuring at
to the believer to read the ;, and with rlentY of ro Matches Try hex in bit class at Troy
However took at tU a&- six SSSKSS younger
you may words of Jesus Schogtr wroth WbtatlanJ.
which declare that : tied for tint at
gle, our basic defect H that we did these who had believed on him had i the NatK+a t I'lowina Vfhe won all threeStfBStt anJ The Scb'lttn have always uses Firestone Ground

not improvise a workable plan ft* been given to him by the Father. Illinois. In Lit, Lake, 'fIffa. YO'and finJ new Cbamrion,..
National (rom n
because cwnmmnders tracer
Germany ear They belonged to the Father, and and Grip.their
had not studied and did net knew he gave them to the son. They kept zaftgss -Clarence,I la tt1'and C art
the German people. (Mac Arthur's the Word of God and thus they ,I
aides had really studied Japan during
knew the Son as the manifestation ,
the war.) of the Father's name. What could q!r'! r t \ ; i

The Russian occupation is worse be more certain for time and eter- 1 t
yet. The Reds came in and took nity : 1i
everything they could lay their handson. Note that they were taken "out of -' }

They even took silk wall paper the world"-that does not mean that
off fee walls. In the Berlin subway they left this earth. They lived hereas fttfeoxrt1
they made off with so much of we live here, but they were delivered
the niarhtniTT that we had to go after from that evil world powerwhich
them and get some of it back in opposes God. 1 J
order to pat the subway in opera- Some professed Christians who < a I '
tion. But particularly they tookmachinery and their greatest delight in fellow.
at aD kinds. I suppose ship with the Christ-rejecting world A F 1
their idea was to take it beck to had better read carefully here, for 1S. ('V _
Russia and operate it. but /-iuch of it appears that the one who is truly m -.4'.T
it stfll Is standing out on Genoa Christ is not "of the world."

sidings. These disciples had to remain ir 7i I
the world (though they were not o1 r
WE MUST START OVER it!) and they needed to be kept.

Their soldiers operate Just abouton Now that the earthly ministry of a
the mentality of oar youngsters. Jesus was to be brought to a close 1/ v t
They bad some trouble with discipline he tenderly placed them anew in the I

at first. The papers now say Father's mighty hand. Again we
this is straightened out. I would not say what could be more blessedly :}r
know. But their operations Germany secure than that! f

show them to have done m We must note that our Lord hada -
general the first class Job of sabotage special interest and prayer for his ,4- ;I

our college boys might try on own. Verse 9 obviously does not CLEHS

the night of the big game. mean that he is not interested in all J
At best, you would have to call mankind. He died for them (Jchr fusANr j

their occupation policy "shortsighted 3:11). But here his prayer was for OUT
realism. They took everything his own and in that prayer the 15
and now they cannot use it. They world was left out That makes us OUT LA

ruined the German production system feel still mote sssurH ia .... He
completely. What they should the blessed SOB of God and only OTHER *RACTOR RIOBPTTMH

have done was to use it, make the Saviour, pray*< for sue Jor yet!
Germans run It and produce enough
the German people and the army
lee TU TUmUmt thi a$ birr a
cf occupation,


Bla t Halted Co-tly


.. Pageant Krupps Planned .

In 1911 in Essen. Germany the Decorate Your Closets Before

rich and arrogant Krupp family deeded

to glorify the history of its

ten-generation house of munitions
Starting Spring Cleaning
oaken by staging a great pageant t-

says Collier's. So a full year's
tone and a small fortune was spent n am eii' _______

on sta preparation, making cos, a
tunes holding rehearsaLs; arc fait Crlfa JJafeit

leading invitations to the nob'?:n c y <: ...... # "" """" __>iI n __ ._,_ .
various European countr.es. WHY not start your spring cleaning

Bat on the morning of herg; in a different way this season? I Hipline Fashion I I

awaited day, explosion oc>.ur ecu !i' And hew is that done*

the Krupp plant at Esser wu' ; Re:, I'd start with the closets and

lolled and wounded severe; r._- plan to spend about a week renovating -

:ired men arid caused JLaf; ', them and getting aH the

ment that :..r Dage ,. *_ ,' clothes and other thitgs0 be stored

:elledar.cr.cercrrt- 4cra: :::! _g :- fa shipshape condition. Orce the
closets ere oat of the way you can

v concentrate on the house.

Most of us think of closets merely 't x

> as paces to hang and store things,

Relieves and as :ong as they are not filled

tlSTlESSCf to overflew ng and are dusted oc-

sa* onaUy, then wen and good. But

wait a minute, closets can be a* attractive .
Child Cold
as other rooms and if you

give them some time and th-tight,

they wLi sere their purpose better
As He
Sleeps Take for instance, shoe bags.

These win prevent your shoes from

being strewn on the floor where they
e< 'f aaaily accumulate dust, and once

: .. they are tacked in the pockets of the

p 6.'J':.,. -: bag which by the way can be hung
#' 1' ,f' In the door or on the back wall ofthe

a/Penetrates: VS.sl datul.to.re.ttre. closet, you will be making intelligent -

.- eMstandEutsr- use of the space at hand
cfclil tib.i *itt teat like 'warsIDeuIIeotblrg and leaving floor space for a small
Ia,.coctanlifPMiltK that take
men of drawers can
Glamorize Vegetable Dishes
socks handkerchiefs and variousrlsceYlineous
:*.. rtcip.i hlJ"
This wonderful specuU pene- pieces.
g-s=ulatmg act10n

-brought to you only by Interesting Vegetables LYNNMtat t1'LUtBtll M&'t Old Fairies, Oilcloth Even Black and white pin dot sharkskin
ticks 'apoRub-1I'orts for I
hours to relieve distress cf I sometimes think when I look at Wallpaper May Be Used salt is pocketed to aeeeatoata the

coin vhCe the chCZ ':UI. rc;itables come to the table looking Balls with Onion Gravy ft is possible to buy ready-made rounded Upline. From Hattie Car.

Often bymornlngniostsilseryof drab and color I Baked Vegetable Croquatttt chats, shoe bags and storage boxes negie's spring collection, the soil

the cold 15 less how futile it Calico Salad si various types but frequently it's I boasts breast pocket flaps and diagonal .

gone. Try it VICKS seems for them to Hot Biscuits with Horiy *9t possible to get them in styles button effect with grey braid.

ton: U! have color and iMverqeCaramel colors and sizes to solve your

freshness in their Coconut Q Mari ikrUar storage closet problem.par-I room but when husband and wife

fresh stat if they .ReoIpee Given share the closet, the scheme hadbest
--- --- are so mutilated be tailored.Of .

by cooking Lookat course even tailored things
wall. Add
thej- glorious slowly stirring son may have a bit of the feminine in
until thickens Add
.1Not greens and yet sauce them If ruffled edging is not quite
salt and Com
..< at the market or in the gardens, pepper sugar the thing to use in the closet, you
bine with wen beaten. corn and
= ,"ik how wonderful it would be egg can compromise and use a neatly
Simmer for 10 minutes e
', eat least a reasonable facsim.e pepper. t pleated edging which will takeaway
and at
serve once.
at the dinner table! 1 } the bareness or plain look on
ScaBaped Spiaaah wMh Cheese
7ue secret is in their care and shelf edges
Serves ff)
-";'araLon. Wash and refrigerate A border of decals also may be
1', poands fresh opiate
c',1 upon arrival fca the kitchen IIi teaspoons salt used to relieve the plain took or you

I (--. do take care when you cook 4 tablespoons hatter or saastnute even may decide to use an edgingcut

':'n. prepare just to doneness 2 taMespaans lest from wallpaper if it works itself -

-d you win save their crispness mflk easily into the theme or pattern

; Muffins! Best _.1- c :lor, and of course their nu- leap ri teaspoon pepper you are "" gAs .
.r;t:\'e alues to fabrics which may be used.there's ,
Use methods of t4 cap grated cheese trifbtm yaedent.. tremendous from
Yaw Ever Tasted! interesting prep- fc cop sett keead eraaahs variety
aration to brittUHp/their fullest delicate I which to choose. A duB-flnished oilcloth
Wash and cook with that! make from old
L.t 1al.leri...........agar dM! flavors.lain croquettes spaacHrefl case your own I serve' the purpose afcely; and j
one teaspoon fit salt until tender fabrics oilcloth or plastic-treated
I! Foamed KeUogg All-Bran and toss them into a casserole easily cleaned. Glazed chintz, eitherin
To the white sauce add cheese and seth which Is easily wiped off oreven
Oranc&y auV make mighty noeeaUBC'lcspfted ar a salad but do keep them looking stripes or figured, is also a prac-
stir until melted Place alternate wallpaper may be used aa cow I
; dNierQoone like vegetables! Your own pleasureand layers of cheese sauce and spinach ering. tical idea. This latter is eve _tortntnc Sour that of your family will well suitable for shoe bags because it
l. Gap", IS te spooolev in a greased cassercue Cover with One of the most attractive closets
efforts. be laundered
repay your may
baking powder bread crumbs which have been Fve ever seeD used a patriotic
lem Kdtogi H teaspooa alt Baked Ve etaltie-Nilt Cuaaettct.. mixed with two tablespoons of butter t eme. The waDs of the closet were I also have seen very attra-ti.e,
Alt-Bran (Serves 6) accessories made from flour and
cop chopped sugar
Bake 20 minutes in a preheated covered with red and white candy-.
\ eIIIP nflk nut meaU Vt caps canned earn ...... dyed, naturally to match
moderate (375-degree) the
oven. tnped paper ceiling was covered
-.a4liba1'Wnmc aDd sugar Add*fg: 2 caps seasoned masted potatoes the color scheme. In this way you
.MII& welt. IUr 1D lt'a0oeg's AD-BbII 2 taMespo M Melted fat Cafiea Salad.Serves with a dark blue paper aprII can get exactly the color choose
ten. ... tart Male nta Most ./ ( I to I) kled with silver stars Dark bide solid you
,..,.,. ft .... lIP. Add ebeapad 1 teaspoon chapped pasalayH 4 caps rt-iiiU caaaage.. red aad cloth was used for the shoe bag, The material may be stiffly starched
t110t to suited dry 1r redtenta. Add to teaspooa salt green and also aa a covering tor blanket and ironed until it a smooth and 1
cyst lBS are. Slur only until floor dto- 1 4 teaspoon pepper neat. This type of material is easy
1 diced apple boxes and other sized boxes usually
-pM1PIDgrsdmufm' twofan. cap
pans Dash of eayeaaes to cut and sew, and you'd be surprised
.Mfc Bake In moderately hot !i ftII ttiate5 calks employed for storing It was a Joy
.MBItekes(4BO P.>. JS to JO mtauifa cap cheapti aatateits % cap salad &e5g to look into the closet. Does years at the attractiveness they can'

t taity muJBn 1 egg sBfMy heatan 3 ta....... eiaepr look aa attractive give'am' closets.Then .

I seeN.kiei.-. : taalespeeas will water 1 ieap.oa celery seed If you already have storage chests too, there are many plastic
t..t Y-nru a 1 eap bread m alls type materials now on tile market
1 salt and boxes mat fit
teaspeaa closet
I hors t! GA' yon
& Dra:r corn: combine with potatoes. both in figured and plain patterns m
OCTER dices '
I TAT Pteeappte may! want to do a little face lifting
tans i Belted fat onion parsley, season- an amazing variety of colors, which
. ., Combine cabbage by brand new covering. This is as i
I =a:.-;= j.Al_..l..B H A N ngs and nutmeats. Divide mixture and apple easy as pasting paper dolls because make lovely closet accessories. To

L --_-:._ ... into uniform portions and shape into Combine all remaining many of the boxes and chests may clean them, you have merely to wipe
Croquettes by molding into a pyreTd them off with a damp cloth.
ingredi- be covered with cloth or wallpaper
with hands eachxjjette I
shape ents except pineapple limply glued on. Mird you, no care-
:'- lightly into crumbs then .
blend weH -
MYMOROLINE :"to egg which has been mixed with I jater and ;pour over Dyeing Tips ;

<. then again in crumbs. Placen
cabbage mixture Everyone knows: that solid
a u-eli greased baking sheet and eo1-j
Toss lightly ana ors can be dyed but not
Jake in a moderate T75-degree)
serve on top of )mows that prints also may be
for 30 minutes until lightly
even or pineapple dyed and with good results. If,

::>:-cwnC'L Tossed Spring Salad. for example you bare a rrr.t: of

Snap Beans aad Bacon. (!Serves) light blue and white you ca. usea
Serves S)
rush stnn ruse a ( 1 bead Ieea.ce JeD w dye. The tight bh.e willDome
1 quart cat er S radishes, ahead << oat a peen and the white

RHEUMATISMrURlTllLUMUCO I I1! poends af freak say aeaai % eecanber. sliced part a yellow In this v.v you
) 2 medtam sited potatoes,, dMsd
S tMeapwass diced ...iesy keep the pattern of the pr: "t in- i
>, pound bacon diced bad watercress, if de/4ed tact, while changing color; I
*4 cup chopped cadre
'i water Always test fabrics to see how
ta i cup salt Vt to "i cap rcttcfe dreasiag they will dye by snippug off a
1' teaspoons
e Break lettuce into bite-sized pieces ,! small piece and dipping & m the
'i teaspoon peppers
Brown the bacon Toss with remaining ingredients ;. dye. You can save yaorsetf much
... Apple sad LHtate Sated.
disappointment in tills
--r way.
add the ono 3 apples peeled aM diced : Purl frttk .u6M rian
wtwa Heat 1 atlstu etut / .. ion and let onion If your fabric is a mixture of
.. .._ 4 rap caopitd nets
halt lull JbCJ/R tit aayt dITI :r '1."""' -" 1 brown slightly.d 2 tiWes eBS leases Joiceli less work win do the Job effectively, several materials, play safe and

/ r. JltteoE / !4: ':;-. I \ d to other hngrei cop mareaaaiseLettote u these are all items that! need handBag I use an all-purpose dye.

=-Sf ,, i:-Tia BriDe to a I If you want to change print

.1i" :---:. thenlow cooker Combine apples lemon juice and Use a large table such as yen I dresses completely, dye them to

IS. 'lu* "er beat, nuts. Ton with dressing and serve would use for cutting and sewirg one of the new shades. and outline -

t YOUR fGjG :-e v beans 38 on leaves of lettuce. and see that coverings are fitted part of the pattern in seqams.

/ f M't :mutes or beg Cranberry and Celery Salad. carefully for the boxes, and then You should allow the garmentto

enough to hat 1 pkr. lime flavored gelatin pasted or glued neatly so that no remain in the dye bath for 10

canned beans 2 cups boiling water corners will give or fray.f Always minutes but if the desired shadeis

Creamed Corn with Green Peppers. 1 cup finely diced celery plan to tae durable coverings as reached before that, remove

1 (Serves S) 1 eia cranberry sane they are easier for working and give it from the bath.

2 tablespoons batter *r sabetttvte Dissolve gelatin in boiling water; wear in the long run. If you are uncertain of what t''

eeC 2 tablespoons floor cool. Slice cranberry sauce into l't Tailored or Feminine dyes will do with certain colors,

1 cup milk inch thick slices and cut into rounds lest before dyeing the whole garment -
Which Will Be Tears?
1 teaspoon salt with a cookie cutter. Arrange by using a sip of fabric

H teaspoon<< pepper rounds in bottom of shallow pan. The same problem which presents from a wide seam or the hem.

1 teaspoon sugar When gelatin hegira to congeal add itself with bedrooms is present whenwe Dyed: prints also can be used

1 fff weB beaten celery and pour over cranberry consider doing our closets. Manya for accessories such as gloves

r S u cap chopped green pepper rounds When firm, cut into stares woman's heart yearns after and scarves if there is not

Sf1V1 2 reps tern b,.... .Ma.d er s* that the roofld is centered hi each pretty-pretty things that involve ribbons I enough fabric fer another dress

frozen 'tHI' of gelatm. Serve a lettuce ruSes and other frffis This 1IiHse.Fatal i
******7******:* Melt hatter, add flour and biael &d.a.a ar------.r-' i is al met if it is strictly a girl's or 4 ii i


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Thompson used it as a base for child on his feet. Buy EASTER The Daring Spaniards maunder line to the ,we t<>rn boundary
RIDDLE FIELD PUT of Section !$. TWP 19 a Rge IS E.
certain of trainIng :SEALS today. -
converting types I
From the far uprising East, thence south on Section line to the
planes to small cargo ships. The far unsettled West, t northwest corner of Section 4. TWP
revoked late last PRE.\nUWi SERVICES 4* S. Kgt. 3} E; thence east on Section
The AT
permit was I The beasts
Spaniards came like
UP FOR SALE BY Line to the 17 foot contour
rear and so far as is known, there IJH5 BEAK BEACH CIIIPKL: Golden jewels were their questAs Lake Okeecbobee.; thence westerly
has been no other effort ,madeto they walked the green lane. and southerly along saM 17 foot
rumour to the Northern bOVPMrySeetlee <
WAR ASSETS ADM. hold the property by the city. The Rev. Alexander Linn, of Miami They raised the flag of Spain. II. TWP. S. Rge. II t
will be the speaker at the thence West on Section line to pats
I At one time last year, during reg- They were very bold and brare. of beginning.ggned.
negotiations for the interim permit, ular service of worship at Big But now they all lie in their ( )
I Department Bear Beach Chapel Lake-port this A. A. BECK
(CItwistOB Newt it was learned that grave. W B. NORTON
A legal notice elsewhere in this of Interior was Interested in the Sunday. March 23, at 8:10 p. m. -S nny Darby. R. K. 1IIMS.OTICK :
issue calls attention to the fact that I field for the establishment of an Everyone is invited to bear him I i
Riddle Field, seven miles west of Indian Agency. Since federal > ITF.\TIO: > TO I
Clew is ton and RAF training base I i agencies have first priority in purchase I School Daze-.r REGISTER FICTITIOl NAME :

daring the war. has been declared of the facilities it may be tlF.LI' \\.'\T"D-MLK i
surplus government airport property that this plan will again be con BORN Notice ia hereby given that the undersigned I
(Continued ARENT
from Page HEROES
under the rovliM ef
and put on the market for sidered. I
sale. The horses atop short It t_k a war to prove the abilities of Chapter H.t6l Laws of Florida. Acts
American manhood. Today the iamr of 1141. will register with the Clerk:
Terms and conditions of disposal Spring is the season of new life While the sun is ablaze. sterling qualities are being shown by of the Circuit Court. In tad for AisdeS
You The chickens go for a drink men who are serving their country County. Florida, upon receipt of pveaC
and all other information and new hope. can help amplify The skills HIM of publication of this notice tft* tleI -
be defending the PMft.
necessary may be obtained from I this spirit by purchasing The turkeys gobble and gobble aptitudes will develop you physically tlttoiu name, to-wit: i iI
the Jacksonville Regional Of fke. EASTER SEALS for the aid of It's enough to make anyone rave. and mentally. and the service you willis I I MOORE HAVEN am APPLIANCE engaged la co.
i. immeasurable I
country rotwt'r.J \ri
The property will first be made I crippled children.-It's not much -Jerry Busseil. Consider your this: The peacetime t S ness Haven Florida.
profession.gives the party interested tn aM ....... ,
available to agencies of the federal fun hunting for Easter eggs on Army offer you a good 1.; I
free food and living quarters
government; next to Reconstruction I crutches. Help put some crippled Dawn high you wage, the finest raedlca: E. C. BTR0City ef f,I
of Moore County
Finance Corporation for resale to One morning I awoke quite early. and port*dental. and retirement care travel pay recreation No payroll Glades Florida. March It. II 4t. I
small businesses and then to state And heard roosters calling froma deduction. and a chance to save March 14-21-ZI.
and local governments. All pro- pen; your mon.,. If you have what it t

Physical .
takes and have the necessary
posals, to be considered, must be I even heard the cacklingOf and mental qualifications, get fur TATE OF FLORIDAKXKCITIK
received at the Jacksonville office Mark R. Tennant an old fat hen. details from the Army Recruiting: Station DFPARTIIF.TTALLAHAM
within ten days after the publica- Ueeaaed
The cows were all
tion of this notice and must be pre- Coraea-u Building ORA.T
KNOW YE. that. I. R A.
Real Estate Broker The FLORIDA
pared on forms furnished by the sheep were baaing loud WEST PALM BEACH Secretary of State of the State .f
office. GLADES COUNTY LANDS The bees were buzzing by my deer Florida, do hereby give notice that aSPECIAL

The field was first used, after its And pigs were gathered in a :OTHK: OK PKtIAt L"GI"'L.'TIO' will be held on Saturday ELECTION, April Ma.
007 Congress Bldg. Miami, Eli crowd. A. D. "47. the saM date beta* tale
closing by the Riddle-McKay Company Notice ill hereby given that at by the City of Clewlston un- -Mary Lou C ynr. regular J'47 session of the Legislator for a State Senator in ant for the
of Florida applieatioe will b. Twenty-seventh Senatorial District of
when Ted
der interim permit
an or
of special
The 1,5545 for the passage the State of Florid, composed of De-
__uu____ Hungry Boy local legislation, the substance of Soto. Glades Hardee mad HteMaastaCotMtios.
There was a little boy which la as follows: stock to fill the vacancy meast.a-
He was very hungry AN ACT .. farming area near I: ed by the resignation of lIsawaMs
roaming at larlfe I. Wilbur C King.
He came to my house Bare Stated o'" FtoridaTescribedwuthvytt : da IN TESTIMONY WHBMBOT. I have t tI
And I gave him sane hoay. a" boreunto set nay hand and ea.aC ta.
follows: Greet Seal of the State of ....... .*
From where.I sit'.b'yJoe I MarshDo He smacked his life, BecIDnln F .t the aorthwe..t c33nE
.. S. Rife. be affixed at 'l'alJauthe CaaMsX
Said, "give use some more." of Section 1, TWP eetklll line to the I this the 1Mb. day of Pifamry. A. B.1J4T .
I said ":';0. you scamp" thence north r..rn on..r. of .'u'" :U, TJ, \
h' t"
And kicked him out the door II" n' (SEAM R \ GRAY.
T T ,' \ ," K.'rr.tHrv of State.
I n J. -iii.: .' ::: las Seas 1. :' A4 'i ;

I Men Like Women? ..-- -
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Maybe you read that recent article And when he does go out, for

in a national magazine,claim- an afternoon of fishing! down at

ing that American men don't really Seward's Creek or for an evening

like the company of women. They glass of beer at Andy Botlln's

just put them up on a pedestal and Garden Tavern Jane is almost alays .

leave them there. *' with him (except when she's

Bat I wouldn't say that that was got a spot of baking in the oven).

ao ia our town. Look at any married From where I sit, respect J!

couple like the Cnpp n. doesn't rule out everyday c ea-

JAM wouldn't nag if Dee spent hh pal clMl p and never sferoH.

evenings "with the boys"---bat They go together--essential parts

actwafly Dee Pees nothing better cf a sveeetcfsl marriage. I

than co stay home by the fire,

sharing a glass of beer with Jane, 8oehc..n1.1fn. ,

playing cribbage, or just talking. S

V....,State Brewers FftutJatta


Get the Hnr,!: cf Slipping at
International Harvester

'Family The I K Fort In announces 20,000,000 price reductions ,

De-pt. t s lyer8, We believe there is nothing more important to 0fj i

Store" f1a. this country than to lower the prices of the
goods that people buy. prices had not gone up as I

The American people have insisted that the much or as fast as many others jH. j I

government withdraw from its attempts to Ii

Easy Terms Purchases $10 More control prices in peacetime. That places the .. i
on or or* Averoc Price Uer o.M own 1941 I IAI
responsibility where it belongs-in the bands
BUY PROM OUR CATALOG- Over' 10OOOO Items M..I.d.r.hdsds . 63.70/0 I
of business and industry. Not all business can 1U.L nmw..r s..y

reduce prices now. Not all can reduce by the Male aad HUM Pf>*HH . 41.2% !
same amount. cu.1.0--.s""q i

U Melor ...-. . . 35%
has felt
company a duty to act as

promptly as possible. In our case, the business A ""'-4rW P.w., *."- 34%

See and Buy The outlook now makes it possible to move O P.rw M.AL.. . . . 25%
toward the goal of lower prices. The only way

; out of the vicious circle of higher and higher

prices is to break through.We .

Willys Jeep have taken this step not because of These benefits to customers will depend

present competitive conditions nor because of too, on uninterrupted production at reason-

a drop in demand from customers. We have able wage levels. This is not a program that

atSugarland taken it because of our belief that ANY PRICEIS can be carried out if it is hampered by strikesor

work .

These reductions which will save the u.'Iel'9of employes have had substantial increases
in pay, and wage questions are cur :
approximately $20,000,000
our products a
MotorsAsk rently being discussed with of
the unions
year, will become effective before April 1, and many
with which we deal Stockholders have recently
will apply to a selected list of tractor, farm
had an increase dividend rate.raving
machine, motor truck, and industrial power
considered the interests of'tbeee two groom
products. Since we lose money on a few of our
A Demonstration.
for You'll Be
we are now making these price reduction for
products, and barely break even on some
the benefit of the third
Astounded at the Versatility of This othen these reductions will not apply to our group-our customers.

entire line. Reductions will be made individually Business, to our way of thinking, hag a social ,

New-Type Vehicle on product Some will be cut more as well as an economic responsibility. This

than others. Exact details will be announced company has long followed the policy of operating ,

i as soon as possible.Our in the interests of three groups-its :

NEED A NEW BATTERY? ability to maintain this lower level of customers, its employes and its stockholders.The i

prices will depend in part on what happens to duty of the management is to see that :

the prices and Sow of materials that we buy equal justice is done as between the three

We have in a new shipment of genuine from others. Because we believe price reduce groups.

tion is vital we are willing to assume the risks This price reduction program k another J

Auto-Lite Guaranteed Batteries that are involved. demonstration of our policy in action.1"ACB .

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Phone 44 Clewiston, Florida B iRfa iEONAl IDS ARveSTER 1

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