Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00172
 Material Information
Title: Glades County Democrat
Alternate Title: Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Glades Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Moore Haven Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 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: UF00028301:00172

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I IifC Approves LO 'llm'.fO Tropical_Sugars I I

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School Days End For Officers InstalledBy Half-Million Dollars Is

VFW AuxiliaryHere I

Seven Seniors Tuesday I Last Night Given To Build Mill

MadfE Poet :No 4256 Veteran--:
Large Crowd Braves Dance Tomorrow I t,' "reign Wars and the post autf ; Parents of Band No Plans Announced

i lan held a joint Installation of Members Asked To
Rain for Graduation Night At New officers at the *omaiT4" Club clubhouse Yet By Corporation !

CeremoniesI Norton Building ; last night with Wendell Click Meet Monday Night For Mill Move l li:
being installed as Commander of
I the Post and Mrs Praaces Randall i
l inclement weather thesekoo Plans are virtually complete for as president of the auxiliary H. I. Robinson recently eleded'presid The Reconstruction Finance Os -

gymnasium was well-filled another dance to be held tomorrow Commaader Henry Webstabarger I Dt of the Parent-Teachers prates last Tharsday ape.ed aaapplicattee >

Tuesday eveaiag for the brief bat I (Saturday) night for the benefit District f. West Pate Beach. was Association. has called a meetingof of Tropical Sa M. IB*,
of the fund in the pareata of head students at the for ,......
impreesive graduation exercise of swimming pool the installing officer for the Peat I of Moore Haven a .
home of :Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sammen -
the Senior Class of 1847 few girls I Iud new. large building recently com- and installed Commander Click; loan to finance the movtaestttag cal
pleted W. B. Norton, Jr., the I |I next Monday night at S 0.-
by Louisiaaa
three boys I Ii OB Ted r well as senior vtcecommaader up of a sifter
clock for the pmrpott of perfecting 1
i The high school band. ander' the highwayDoc : Broward M Dnaieis as jaalor mill here This news was put iccelved -
I direction of W. D. Jackmaa playIng Foes and his dagarttad Sere- rice-commander. L. L Summers as I an organization for furthering Ute from sources other them 11e
I'I'I ,
Pomp and Circmmataace as theprocession Bd n will play for tka daace and adjutant; J. L. Hentfn a* qaartermaster progress of the band. corporation early this week and was
Plans for the band intact -
*! as the ease members admission will be gibed by the I and Rev John A. ]Moorea I keeping verified by Senator peseai4 L

.. led by James Click of the Junior I purchase of a nnmberad crepe pa- chaplain and IB practice daring the Holland Wednesday after tats

1. Cl&s, tiled into the aadUeriam aad per apron for girls aad crape paper Mrs Martha Wetoeabarger district summer vacation period and for ob- writer had wired him to verity tae
fs. were teated on the Mage with the I neckties for mea at $1" each. president of District auxiliaries taming regulation uniforms win he rumor
and that all
presented it is hoped
adults who participated IB theprogram. Those aprons sad ties wtt be cambered assisted by Mrs. Simpson of The receipt of this financing -
parents of these children a* well
I aDd attractive door prise the Lake Worth district installed I pareatly pave the way fer atem r
others who be Interested
l will be awarded to the sad woman as may |
1 The invocation was offered by man Mrs Randall as president; Mrs immediate action OB the sugar ancoastractioa
will make it a point to be present I
l Rev John A. Moore ptor of the I having the lucky number Amy Lundy as senior vtce-preaideat; for this important meetiagj yt phoae caBs made Ito
Baptist Chord, after which Miss I I These prise are being given by Mrs. Aaa Summers Junior vice- the Louisiana office this week

$ Opal Raulersen gave the salutatory I Mack's Department Store aad the president Mrs Tile Mac Herndon I hare given no definite plan or ttme

addrees A solo by Mrs J. A.I II. Arcade Sandry Store. as secretary-lreasnrer; Mrs Clara j Station Is Laying of action A request was made this

j MnlttBs, accompanied by Mr*. Other pains have ben made by Whiddea as conductress Mrs Mer- week however, for a thirty-day extension
ley Wayman at the piano cad Joy 'i Mrs, W. F. Mailer, ftaaaee chairman tie Van De Velde as chaplain aad New Concrete FloorA of time on the option fer

; Summers on the clarinet was of the pool assodatioa to Mrs Sallie Madden as goardRetreahvMttt the mill site to F. D Yuan and It is

i lowed bv the valedictory address fOI-1 make this daace a memorable one of lee cream and new<< concrete floor is being believed that there may yet he same

Dean Heftta and a tboronthly enjoyable occasion cake and iced drinks were served at laid this week under the grease I details of the title which have net

l Wendell Click a Moore Haven; for all attending Make your the close of the m__. rack' ranopi at Swindall Service j I yet been approved by the examining -

; graduate. des of 193C. represented plans) to pe present The post and the auxiliary extenda Station and Manager Bob \hern believe attorneys la Miami

; the Veterans of Foreign War --- cordial invitation to everronetlipiblP the improvement will permithim The LoaMaaa office said Hugh

and after a brief talk presented the i to membership to the next '.) f \P a much better service'In ': Breckiaridfe.: represeatisal the ear-

Post award to Deaa Heflia and NEW DECORT1CATOR 1 m eetincc; of the organisations as tri* ;meVFW Ii I Deration. was sow te Florida and

*?cnmie Jean Depree, as the out : fUbts i would be in Moore Haven within the

i standing all-around students of the i I next few days sad it is expected

class I I FOR RAMIE IS MOVED : \ MEMORIAL DAY that he will be able to state when

Principal M E. Morrison made :CHARGES AGAINST the corporation plan to make the ..

the presentation of the other I, ne\t move. !
awards with a few well-chosen remarks I I SERVICES TO HONOR Whatever may be caasiag the
as follows: The Denforth I SHERIFF DROPPED present delay It is believed that

Trophy a book "I Dare You to for :' they are only minor details and
The Sa Island Mili:;* IT COUNTY WAR DEAD
Rath Close and Tommy WaymanI I New York active for the ,ast *. ur that work will be underway on tbe.:*<|t _
aid both the Readers Digest award icars in xperiBic U1 work on AFTER NE\\ AUDITThere mill before the month of Jane has \,
_", < U'T'ftr"'J ssbsci&tipaVaad theaUMiI' "gtlwtng ",tiMH5sflfg" of ramie far advanced :> I f
A rather small
disappointingly I
Honor Medal to the valedictorian
ia this area, this week made plansto -- T .
was much ado a few weeks crowd gathered this morning at ten : .t-
begin commercial production o'clock in front of the service rosterin :
Millard CaWw..n.
when Governor -
Mrs Margaret K. Farnam county ago I
when a new decorticator. bnttt the park for Memorial Day service LAKE OKEECHOBEEIS
saperiateedeBt, after a sptoadid acting on the report of state
1 l Jointly by W.A.. Wright of Wet auditor Ronald Serum, told to honor the seven men who
talk to the class. preeented the dt-
i Palm Beach and Orson H. Road. lost their lives in World War II
Sheriff J. J. to lilt records -
ploma to conclude the programRev Wiggins get I
f corporation agricultural !'nperintendent AGAIN OPEN TO
aad two other World War veteran:
i W. S. Boaemaa pastor of the ia shape by May 25 or face J I
of Moore Haven was movedhere
who have passed on
J Methodist Church gave the benediction removal from office County JadgeJ I

and the bead played the re- to begin operating M Clue and Constable W. C. Commander Wendell Click of the : SEINES AND TRAPS

I cesstoBal as the grade stes tiled oat This machine was developed and Farabre also were reprimanded by Glade Poet Veterans of Foreign i

.l of the auditorium and eat of public built in the machine shop of Mr. the Governor at the same time. Wars conducted the service first I ---- '
Wright ia West Palm Beach sad Last weak the auditors returned calling upon Captain John A. Moore
school life
I II A lull recently passed bv the Legislature i
Mrs Doc Brtdger presented each daring the past two yean It hue Veal everything in order and I fer the invocation after Raby Bowen I eliminating penalties for 1
r lovely been In the process of bvttdiag and Sheriff Wiggins will remain in office had sounded assembly em hw
a i
of the girl graduate violation of f"h and game rale ea
bouquet of Homers jut before they correcting until the company believes trumpet Commander Click then Lake Okeecnobee and the <*i. Johns
f left the state I i now that It has a machine :Mach publicity was given the read the act of Congress which ...I River became a law without the sfct-

l a1Au..tf' > unil f 'which eta do a must satisfactory matter when Caldwell called the tab..shed Memorial Day as a national nature of Governor Millard CahtweVon

The Ueecalaereate sersaoa we 1M of decorttcatfaK the fiber for local officials OB the carpet in Tallahassee holiday for the parpoae of Monday of this week
preached Saaday evening at the! the use to which It will be put by bat it appeared that the honoring the dead of all wars be-I
Commercial fishermen! of the
Church by Rev Jobs them the making of textile. bookkeeping. which bad created the pinning with those of the Civil i I
machiae has been set up lake area were jubilant at dusk
The furore contained only a few errors War. I
Moore, the pastor aad w.re
A'I building victory which will permit them M
a commoa-senee! talk directed. temporarily in the metal of omission and were quickly and Mrs Joe Van De Velde chaplain
after forced
resume seining being
the Democrat office
the graduates than It was a Just satisfactorily corrected aDd Mrs Henry Randall presidentof by a ban of the State Game and
s out i! where all of the past the VFW Auxiliary, participated I
Rev Moore brought many j Fresh Water Fish Commission Imposed -
work has been done but it is probable -
m the service
points to impress upon the graduates that the company wilt, before Rains Virtually Halt last October 1 forced them
the necessity of keeprag In Chaplain Moore made a brief but
to suspend operations Most et
too long erect a building to house
mind spiritual value as they fight It. As soon as it has been adjusted Vegetable Season impressive talk in which he called them however said they would Detbf.r I
to attain the goal they have set for attention to the debt of gratitudethe
after the haul from the coast it l seining until the end Of tnelawful
themselves in We and be drove will be pat to ase in decorticating Although the rains this week, nation ewes to these fallen closed season on Jane 1&- !

each point, home in a manner easily i the crop raided by the company on quite heavy tails every day this comrades who died that our way of Most of the fishermen have also

l understandable '. its fifty acre experimental plot week through yesterday. have written life may continue and the ease with expressed the hope that the Oen-
The processional was played bY near town and assisting in the pro- flat to the harvesting of vegetables which we forget their sacrifices I serration Department. which has

Mrs. J. A. Mama tad a eeagregaUoaal I eesstag of forty acres of beautiful la the area at least two after peace ha. once more returned : heretofore regulated commercial

t hymn preceded the invocation iraaaie which his been grown at eonaty: farmers are reported to have to the earth. I I fishing in the lake will give a mere

F by Rev >>oon. The study mnairal 1 Farms. Ramie stalks in the doee very well with crops since As the names of the war dead rigid enforcement of the regulations
.Click "
number was a deUghtfal solo latter planting are saM to be bigh- the frees in FebruarySo were read representative of their''! so that infractions: of laws by the
Talk' by Mrs J. B Sellers families steeped forward
My to pin
few cannot be blamed on the entire -
accompanyingCUm I I'I i r er than a mane head and offer the far J. $ Aly has eluded us for
with Mrs. MuUins white flowers on the
I I I kind of long fibers favored by the a complete report on his hamper evergreenwreath j industry Last week they met
Night on Friday I I placed at the base of theeroster. ,
and adopted some rates for selfregulation -
I textile laduetryMr lima bean. crop bat bis son Doag ,
the high
Laet Friday night at The program concluded as i
'I Wheel gymnaetam the graduate! '. Bond said this week that his stated this week that he took off the beaedictioB was gives by Chaplain i and planned to impose a
I 21tO hampers from the fifteenacres tax of one cent a pound ea aB fish
much fun for believed the irrtaatl
with company
Had their night Moore and Up was soaadedby
I first which is aI- ia the picking
theatsetves and the auditorium in i stages were at long last over the trumpet. I
to be made of the lake tie
, :I I I that believed to be asnethiag of a record -
realised many
th a.h they
Class Night The of the
the program.The name dead hoooredwere
1} ..... determine the actual effect of seta
Hasa history was gives by I improvemeats to the machine;: for Ii.a. Probably* :
If Doyle Ball and in it he gave muchcredit would still be made The fibers', many more were taken off ia subsequent Lois Bailey ing

to Miss Dorothy \MUiama. -J' produced by Click Farms are being pickings Jfaamie CottreOLawrence In commenting upon his failure

;ii ** class sponsor for.two years i I' parchased by the rempaay and i i Mr Aly has ben fannies etghty Hardy .. sign the Mil Governor Caidweltsaid

: for 'dragging" the class through toy from the results of this operation I acres of land owned by F. D. laaa Marvin SnmmeraB "it's passage may, and I
their graduation A vocal sole by It ia believed that a plan fer purchase south of town on the highway and Doyal McDuffle hope will arouse the responsible
from individuals by contract has done well cabbage. citizenry of Florida to genuine concern
i Jessie Ruth Braanan was aocomyaied -1 I very oa Clyde Dunklee
..- by ),Ira. Jacob Heflia The'may be worked out by next year string beans aad black-eyed peas Alvin Collins in the matter. he declared ia !I

prophecy was given by Charlotte!I!I D. S. Click owner of Click as well as the lima beans an of whom died in training or Inaction I a mimeographed letter he preparedto

; Clayton and her crystal ban show-:: Farms expressed: his enthusiasm : C. I:. Miner had 4o leave quite a in World War 2. i send to several hundred sports

: !. E'od many important thugs ha"-I[: with the new crop this week and I r lot of tomatoes. the fluid at Louis Van De Velde. who died In'' the fishermen who asked thlt he veto

': : tug to she and her classmates iaI says that it is a perfect parallel crop Ii Liberty Point when he concluded World War 1. I measure.

': : the years to come. The will by ;I+I| for sugar cane since it is harvested I i pkklng th* first of the week bat Sioa C. Stalls a veteran of World ; "Majorities of both the house

E! -" Tommy Waymaa brought the usual,,, ia th* summer and cane in the winter I reports are that he took off a War 1 who died two years age last I and senate direct representativesof

.' pleasure to class and aadieexe alike, giving a stable all-year-aronnd j I i bumper crop from the torttwoacres January and Is buried at Orl the people from every section

j though some ef the bequests were,jeaph II' >ymBt far field labor inrtl l I aid th* price remained very i iI Following the program Jaa.1 of the state and reflecting varying

; I hardly understandable to other :! it to easily damaged; by cold I I good during the entire picking I II Ii were taken to the Ortega cemetery points" of view, have approved this

thaa classmates not thought advisable to attempt i to decorate the graves of war dead bill. the governor said. II

J Dean HefHe, M ........t of the I Ii a harvest after late fatt. Three I Mr tad Mrs. Hay D. Geatt aadchfldrea i wh are burled tJaM'e. "The subject matter is centro

i ,1aH. pteeMed the scMet as the 1 1i t7Wegu can be obtained ia taM i left Sunday morning to venal but the bill reaetves, at

sealer gift a eascfe for ITS with i iI wig .s buy records for th* avw Need taetr vcattmt hi Aaarrffle.X. ., Mrs. Can Tilde and Jan least for the present a conflict la.Continued

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Farm Youth Snares 135 Foxes y 9 n j Iw Lr z a egh .+- e.. their People opinions who never usually change have

+ none worth changing.

To Win Championship Laurels Charity is a thing that usa

ally begins at home, ud

tt" NI Feah res. stays there.

ITHACA. N. Y.-Old-timers among the ranks of trappers One mark of wisdom in a
is knowing how to
may well take a cue from Huck Sp uldmg. 18. of South Westerlo, woman
take what is becoming to
ae yon.
Albany County. Despite his age. Spaulding has snared 135 foxes r .wrw

during the past winter to rank as champion fox trapper uf New Never laugh at a happeningto

York for 1946.Second someone else that, if it
to would be
place was taken by Robert H. Hark. 18. of D.mwith .: : j tragedy.happened you

51 foxes, and third by George Kathbun also of Da.:? TI 1 I

with 28. Both are 4-H club members ILuk aSo:' received firct There were fewer accidents
.. "" --- in the days of the horse and
prize lor the beet prepared pelt. '"
boggy. That's where the
Winners receive cash awards and in.
horse sense came
medals in the contest for farm youth Itl
: GEM OF BEAUTY Once a fiery volcano, Crat r l.ke in Oregon
sponsored by the State Farm bureau
now ranks as one of the beauty ,its in na .*nal arks of the Wc t.
federation and the American Agriculturist
liJflJi The lake, which gives the park its name the deepest on ;ne North
farm magazine. American continent it* calor j a mysteus: ; Hue. Sheerides rise Touch TypewritingCan

Purpose of the contest is not 500 to %.OC- feet to the rim fi m th" late ;i-'.:;-e. Llanuk.. on the

Just to kill wild came but to AVIATION ?\OfESAIRPORT rim of the lake, is shown in this picture .nth :Mount: Ihiehvn in the Be Self-Taught

teach farm boys and girls how background I
to control surplus wildlife in I Ii
When the temperature dropped to NATURE'S HANDIWORK:
where is GETTINGA\
areas damage bring
26 degrees. J. J. McDonald, Cashmere -
done to poultry and livestock. Wash., apple grower calledin : A

Another aim is to encourage a pilot and his dusting plane to i Pacific Coast Parks Show
practices among rural youth "blow the frost away" from the or-

that recognize wildlife as a farm chard. The pilot flew just over the /
crop which may add income to treetops for several hours until the Results of olcanicclion

the farm business.D. sun rose. The propeller, stirringthe C
air sent the temperature up to i NX.' features.

B. Fales, assistant state 4-H 30 to 31 degrees. Dedication of Volcanoes have been a dominant factor in shaping the American -
club leader, reports that an estimated the new Iowa Falls, Iowa, municipal in of the West. Three of
landscape, especially many parts
2,300 foxes were taken in the airport and an air show are sched- ;
the dur- I the major volcanic exhibits of California, Oregon and Washington -
tate by youthful trappers uled for May 30. A flight breakfastat I
have been incorporated into the national park system.It .
ing the contest year. 7 a. m. will open the day's activities -
Second and third places for the which are expected to at- was 40 years ago that Theodore Roosevelt, using the authority WHETHER you plan to make

best-prepared pelt were won by tract pilots from all parts of the state. granted by congress the preceding year, established your career or

Edward Bartlett of rural Lockportand J. J. Schecter, rancher near Lassen peak and nearbv Cinder Cone as national monuments. hope to enter some other field.

Francis Simpson cf rural Port Alamosa, Colo., utilized a plane to i Nine years later these tv.'o' attractions -a- eventually, you have to know typing .

Jervis. sow a section of land. Crested wheat of nature were incorporatedinto seen in all his wanderings throughout to get a foothold.

This, the second year of the contest grass clover and brome grass were I' Lassen Volcanic National park, the mountains of the West. The Remember an experienced eye can m-

far surpassed last year's when sown from a plane flown by Norman I containing 103,269 acres. most extensive and colorful displays ( tantly MO-peek detect typist the so uneven better master touch of the a touch burt-
Kramer. With recent acquisition I Greatest distinction of the are found in the mountain
single system without delay.
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a -- y .1" of a $16,000 war surplus link 'i' park is the fact that it contains the "parks'* which lie between the long S a a

v t trainer. Augustana college at Sioux only recently rivers of ice and above the dense The Weekly Newspaper Service booklet
,? Falls, S. D., is planning to offer a i active volcano forests which clotnc the lower elevations \ teaches touch typing with charts, exer-
macs and speed drills. Simple to lean
two-semester course in civil aeronautics National Parks the of the The themselves ,
Ii in park. forests bend 25 cents (coin) for "Touch Trpewnt-
. Five Holstein heifers United States. virgin stands of gigantic tag ScU-TaBbt" to Weekly Newspaper
Fourth Service: ZU W. 17th St, New Yen ii.
all "expectant: : mothers" and valued I Starting May Douglas fir, western red cedar and N. T. Print name address booklet title
r r at $11,000 have been shipped to Uru- western hemlock distinguished and No. 13.
I In a Series so, 1914. a series are a -
;. 4 I! guay breeders. They were sent I I of eruptions feature, particularly attractive I
t i from Seattle to Milwaukee by train contin- to eastern and midwestern !

: and from there by plane. Breeders 'I ued until February, 1921. Most visitors.

< i in Uruguay bought the cows with spectacular in the seven-year-long rveKDown...
I the stipulation that they arrive be-
x. i series were the 1915 eruptions which
r fore giving birth to their calves. I were accompanied by extensive ALL THREE of these parks are b'I t';tt. H'fINGighborhood

flows of hot lava. These created almost as popular during the win-
r aw
+ I ter as in summer. All of them have
Dodge City Kas., fabled cattle the "devastated area, which still
snowfall and all have
town of the early days and site i! ranks as one of the park's points very heavy
of Boot Hill cemetery, stressed i of principal interest to tourists. open slopes that offer the skier every
variety of skiing experience, which
modernity at its recent 5th anniversary -
The great cone of Lassen peak
extends into late and
spring even
,f celebration. An air rises 10,543 feet above sea level. As
early summer. Roads are kept openin
show, featuring everything from "
in the "devastated area, the emI -
stunt flying to dummy bombing, each park to permit winter sports
last active
der Cone, which was enthusiasts
to reach
provided modern touch to the I them although
a about lot and its imme-
years ago
the of the roads
expense plowing out
colorful old time celebration. diate surroundings are almost whol-
after every snowstorm is rather high.
L Pilots from Colorado, Oklahoma ly devoid of vegetation.
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and Kansas gathered for the
Underground fires have been ac-
IN LASSEN Volcanic National
tive in this region for a long time
Outfoxes Foxes and they have exerted their powerin park there are public accommodations -
.r STANDARD RISKSOf near Manzanita lake close to
a variety of ways. This is sug-
an estimated 1.50U foxes were 100 life insurance companies gested by Bumpas Hell a colorful the northwest entrance of the park
All three '
caught, Fales reports. surveyed by Institute of Life Insur- hot springs' area; Boiling Springs At Crater lake, similar accommodations -
state winners also trapped more than I ance for current practices in COD- j{ lake; Red Cinder Cone; Crater are situated within. a short

tine previous high winner, who accounted nection with aviation risk two-thirds ;I butte, and the privately owned sul- distance of the rim. At Mount Rainier for 21 animals.
accept as standard risks without i phur works, which lies within the they are found at Longtime anybody'd be proud to own-lively
Spaulding Hark and Rathbun will limitations applicants who contem- :: park. about 2.750 feet above sea level: at and well-nourished on Gro-Pup

te guests at special activities on the plate air travel on U. S. scheduled Paradise valley, 5,557 feet elevation, Ribbon! These crisp, toasted ribbons

Cornell campus.School transports in the western hemi- ;' AT CRATFR LAKE National park and at Ohanapecosh hot springs m give him every vitamin and mineral

sphere. in southern Oregon, on the crest of the southeast corner of the park. dogs are known to need. Economical
Constructs | the Cascade range, is presented the Public campgrounds which no -one box supplies as much food by

M. Hardisg James of Binghamton j spectacle of a lake of deepest blue fee is charged, are to be found at a dry weight as five 1-Ib. cans of dog

Houses To Assure N. Y., likes to fly-but 1 in the crater of Mount Mazama, an number of points in each of these food! Gro-Pup also comes In Mat
he also believes in keeping a j extinct volcano. Many geologistshave parks.As and in Pd-EtU. Feed aH three

Teachers promise to his wife. When he j concluded that the basin occupied in most of the other national

Getting flew from Binghamton to Toronto | by the lake which has neither parks. National Park service provides 2 i I DogsGRQPUP FUf
CRAWFORDSVILLE ARK. he kept one foot on the earth inlet or outlet, resulted from collapse staffs of rangernaturalistswhose

Plagued by a shortage of schoolteachers all the way. The earth was in of the volcanic cone of the an- job it is to help the visitor

resulting from a lack of a small box. cient peak. gain a better understanding the 1 t

housing accommodations,Crawfords- The lake is supplied with water by plant and animal life of the parks pledOp p'e'wa.a.a..ra.r

viUe's school board finally solved BETTER TRAVELERS rainfall and snowfall as well as by and of the geological phenomenafound

tbe problem-by building a seven- Babies are better air travelers snow which is blown into it from in them.

family apartment. than grown-ups, according to Pan the rim. Collapse of the mountain's ;

The board received several "noHonsiBgoo American World Airways steward- summit did not mean the end of its ,

jcfc" responses to its offers esses. volcanic activity; Wizard island, a a r g

of employment; other teachers Babies they claim, seldom get air- symmetrical cinder cone was
because couldn't find sick restless. formed later and rises 780 feet above
resigned they or They sleep peace-
a place to live. If housing was the fully or play near their seats. Stocksof surface of the lake. Covering an : %5gflt'
board members decided foods and area of 20' quare miles, Crater lake
trouble baby a baby kit with MI min oat in run tr
then they would build houses. comic books, rattles and games keep is 6 miles across; it has a shore line
of 20 miles and the multi-colored RHEUMATISMNEURITISIUMBAGO
them Some toddlers
Now, the seven-family apartment busy. even
cliffs of the crater's rim rise 500 to
crossed the Atlantic
rcBveniently located across the unaccom I
2,000 feet above it. The park contain -
street from the school, has been panied.Difficulties. i a
I 0,290 acres.
opened for inspection of teachers. do arise occasionally, I, 1

The apartments are new and modern the stewardesses admit. On a re- ; :
HIGHEST OF ALL volcar.; : peaks
and best of all, rentals area cent trip "emergencies" exceeded :'
I of the western United States u
low as $u a month. i the emergency supply of diapers. : REMEDY .
Mount Rainier, 14,406 feet in ele'ration 3
One -.null traveler debarked I BRINGS BLTSSCD ffoif*
Tike new apartment is a school wearing which is the central and domi.
beard job from start to finish. When i tl! t- p!..re v fanciest dish towel. I II .. i
nant feature of Mount Rainier National Lara htuez: *: !.>!-Soul Sin 60r{
contractors refused to handle the I park. Although it i.as long mint HI mi is uncut I IIT
pwject except on a cost-plus basis been dormant steam still issues 111 eau UK J1IKJ II It IU M nuHri I
titu mi tt, u.. junutiui ..flll' *]
the board hired its own building supervisor -I from vents on its summit, and sev-

carpenters bricklayers eral hot springs are found nearby at --- ------
masses and other laborers. The picturesquely named Ohanapecosh -
board bought all materials throughthe hot springs. **** *** *****
school. The finished buildingcost -

about $$G-, which board From the lofty central cone RIVER OF ICE MsqnaDy y OUR
.''members figure is a saving of about radiates the greatest single-peak glacier flows down the south tide 1E j FGl _

fSjfffiO to $10,000 over a contractor'scost .-.-,_ ._ glacier system in the United of Mount Rainier, focal point In G9t
States, with 26 active rivers of :Mount: Rainier National park in j Q
MASS PRODUCTION Dramatic ice. One of these, the Emmons Washington.
The school board rejected bar- I new aviation assembly line which starts from the summit of i i

racks and boarding-house type buildings methods, patterned after the De- ice and snow fields, is 5!i miles
"because congeniality; does not troit type which once before In length the longest glacier Realistic Acting i
seem to exist where a large group changed the nation's form of in the United States. Most of 00
cf adults is forced to live together." transportation, have resulted In I them extend far below the tim- OGDEN, UTAH.-La Moine Wall : r

Money for the project came part- peak production at the Stinson i berline. I 15, was rehearsing for a school

ly from the revolving loan fund of division of Consolidated Vultee I play. the script calling for him to be I ,
the Arkansas department of educative !. Aircraft corporation in Wayne I John Muir, who perhaps did as I "knocked out" in a fight He didn't G aQti
partly frara the setae board Mich. A new production record much as any one person to further I get up when the rehearsal ended.

rash'Even with low reotels, thebeard of SIC multi-purpose personal airplanes I the spread of the national park idea I He had bumped his head a little too I
build will like the considered the wildflower fields of hard when he fell l AYES
figure tfee g pay ; craft shown above, I to the floor. First a
fr lid fa 2t to 56 yeses.f was set during_ April.. Mount Rainier the finest he had ever :! aid treatment brought him around. I

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yearn when
EIGHT ago,
:an country acr:. rg jU .Uiiure
Carr.ngton bebaa
writing "When s. Girl Marries and language from Portugal I 1. It contain .MS ... ;.
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Mary Higby cr :
as applied to akchottc beverages .
t I 3. The "proof' is twice its ...
ated the role of "Joan Davis"and I
hobo content by volume: M ynaf
she's been playing it ever 4. Cuba originally belonged to contains 43 per cent alcohoL

since, as the popular davtiro* what country I!I 4. SpaIn. I

\ climbed to the top of the Htapcr 5. Up to the year 1814 Australia I i 5. New Hi. and.o I.

ratings Miss H?by, .ho's b'.e was known as what "A,"

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Of the some 400 different kindsrf STAZE a piruant-to- --
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handcuffs and other fettering todayl ACCept C3 what.: e!
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Among them only four or fire BOILS

cannot be opened by the wearer ACHES OR SORENESS

without a key. an outstanding example ,
Quickly appl: so thng cofu'orune -
being the Tower handcuff GRA\3 OINTMENT wtth

7g invented in 1876 whose double lU wholesome anuaeptica! and nature -
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:ike -nothing so ornfortBZ-or
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Cool Refreshment
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of the r-onth' Zeal C. Tomato Sauc"
ag before si drink': .t et : for
: imp?!pte with-it a set of CCK);
a real part. Later she had a I; recipes: These I Parsleyed Potatoes
wood career as a child afire- French Green Beans I
tast\ drinks
1938 she arrived m New York a' Head Lettuce with
,, handy and
role three days later landed a top r\ 4 so convenient to French Oatmeal Dressing Bread EXTRA SMOKING PLEASURE f fi

1' have for both
Citrus Chiffon Pie i
),S famIly' and company Thora's extra smoking comfort in P.A.'. rich-tasting !
The nace round of $3.000, > BeverageChocolate
sum "J "
e'' !- that
use. tobacco specialty treated to Insure against tonguobfto. j ;
has been budgeted for Enterpr" .
each summer .Tbo world's largost-solling tobacco-PRINCE ALBERT
Studio's Slap version of Offenbach :
s ss
should well armed
season see us Malted Milk. !
"Tales ef Hoffman" The romantic I
with a new set of recipes. After (Serves 1) !
Idyll of the ltfe century will be I!
you have decided on the different H chilled milk I
modernized, given a cast of top of cool refreshments will cup RJ6NTing
types !
names, and filmed in color I 2 tablespoons chocolate syrup j I R.6urrnf17I s ,
that have all the
----t- serve see you *4 cap carbonated water !
on hand so they can be Chocolate vanilla Ice
The real reason why Cary Grant whipped together at a moment's no Add milk or I iF
won't make his picture for Alexander to syrup slowly, stuiiBj I
Pour tall .
tice.Cool constantly into glasses.Add
Korda for at least another year
drinks fall in several categories carbonated water and stir !
is that he'll play the devil in it; ashe's weill
You should have several
I enough to mix[ Add ice ,
currently portraying an angel
recipes which are really nutritions at I
serve once.RECIPES
in Goidwyn's "The Bishop's Wife for the youngsters wkea they came .

Korda feels that a decent'' interval IB from pier. Then too, you should WITH their mate i tegredwBt ,

should elapse bitween lhe two assignments have another st of recipe that are as fruit Juice: or a combmatiorof r i'J ii iiA
so that we film
goers tasty as well as nice to serve guests them are given here Those come t
have time to adjust ourselves ,
may who may drop in afternoon or evening under the guest beverage cUssifica.
to the radical change in type. .
ton but also may be served the
family when you want to give the 'J
Franchot Tone was tutored in sueBess
a special treat.CraBberry.
Spanish for his scenes in RKO's"Honeymoon. looking, decorative glasses. And

." in which be co-stars ; don't forget the appeal, tinted ice Pineapplele. ( I

with Shirley Temple! and Guy Madison I cubes. Use harmless food color, if (Makes C raps)

He got along so rapidly that you like, or freeze bits of cbemes. 1 pnt cranberry jabs ;

Director William Keighley coukta other fruit or mint sprigs with them. 24 cups pineapple }ice
understand it until he learned that For iced tea or coffee, freeze the 14 rap ginger ate

the coach bad made recordings of beverage itself into cubes so that Cracked ice

all Tone's Spanish-language speeches the drmk win not be too dilute Combine fruit juices withJ'.gt' I
and the actor had spent his evenings f
when served ale Add ice and serve, weD chtl.eL:: t C4 go i
bsteniag to them. > II 1
--+- HERE ARE several nutritious Frosted Ginger Ale. l l4s1Y Mf M, Pp, SVANfl I

Bill Lundigan and Dennis O'Keefe Makes i H glasses)
drinks which will make a irk till !
were facsog each other for a scene with the children. *4 cap light corn syrup c S p v MJ' J uP h ', i

in "Dvaboaored Lady1; BiG, play- TEC and I' Julep. >4 rap sugar SY

ing a cowardly amateur murderer (Serves 10) 1 cop hot water Ii
had a gun m his hand. but Director 5 whole cloves i "
Robert Stevenson thought be ban- *3 eggs, beaten 1 stick cinnamon j

died it too expertly. "Be clumsy l 4 cop sugar *4 teaspoon auspice H
with it," be urged; "Don't hold the teaspoon *i teaspoon nutmeg fN
as if knew bow" "I can't S caps orange jvke, strained m June
gun you l lemon strained cops orange i .
very wen" said Bill "I used one to cop I cap grapefruit Juice I

save my life on Tar...."." He did; Crashed ice Sit raps ginger ale bevi smoked
Club soda 1 Prince Albert 7beR U no other tobacco lib ; i .
he was with the Marines when they Ice I foe yarn.to IL W. Thompson crimp cut PriDce Albert foe roilays. ., "
landed there, and his gun was almost Blend eggs sugar and salt Add "The fall SUOI' t I
of P.A.
Bci; t;giVc"r\-! ..;p sugar aDd water I fag up firm, Met dgarettea. "
part of his hand. its John fruit juices. Shake or beat until fcr 5 tr:--tes, Add spices and stays mild aDd meno. P.A. M.JW Net SmitL cop.A. ahapM 1

Loder he kills in the picture; Hedy the sugar is dissolved Pour over I et stand lh pecks right aDd bums right in up Hdily aDd m into mild i 1
Lamarr is suspected finely cracked ice and fill glasses H '' my pi.... It h teagn.-..' rscb-ta tog rook.. And it'. t ,
-+-- full. Add club soda slowly Serve ) 1'1'5: smoking ptaiw&5 ocoaomica1 ;
t f'Ylgh severalknesses !
One reason for the popularity of promptly (j t = ol toll"i

"The Whistler." on CBS is the Consistently Chocolate Banana Milk Shake / '7J.. ., ceeseciotbAdd b' 7f I

excellent casting of the finest Serves ( US) s \ frl.t: juices aad t II i I ; .

radio actors and actresses in I 4 sieved large, ripe bananas KV /X' :!.Iil Just beior.

Hollywood not only for major roles 4 caps milk \\V ffv serving agnus. I '.__ .. -.-. ..

but for minor characterizations as H cup chocolate flavored malt ger ale and p,uinto ice filled 1

as well. The cast reads like a who's drink glasses. i TWC IN Satarun NIcWs\ ILSX.Ua srel.

who in radio acting Charles !>eel Ice Orange Line Fi.... ... < .rra"CaAMD OU OMtY* i ;

has been in eleven Whistler" productions Press the bananas through a (Serves 4) I i

since September Betty sieve. then come them with the 2 taps orange juice

Lou Gerson in eight milk and chocolate flavor malt H cap granulated 4) H
i j drmk. Use a shake or Ugbtiy covered 12 sprigs mint :
Jack Meakin, whose 2S-pi: <
band. replace on "Summerneld"The Great Bandstand"will G lder- !: serve at once. Ice 14 rap carbonated water I ; ,

sfeeve" this summer sold his latest Mint-Chocolate Frost. ALBERT '
: song to Republic Studios three I (Serves 4) Het 1 cup of orange juice to the I'

tunes. Its "Out CaWoraia Way" I H cap cocoa boding point. Add sugar sad mint
1 which has been chopoei. Cool The National Joy Smoke ;
t They bought it first as a theme for 4 cup corn syrup ,
1 hot waterI eover Strain and a4d remaining j :
i a western picture, then repurchased j cop ,, ;
i it to use as title for the ra v e-aad,,I teaspoon vanilla orange Juice and lime juaee Jest It i Ii
H mint extract before serving add carbonated water s
bought it again to use m their picture teaspoon -
1 milk aad ice.
"The Hit Parade quart
i "1: \4 teaspoon salt \mbrosu.

t One of the toughest and longest V I pint vanilla ice cream Makes t quarts) '

motion picture fights ever filmed tetecanacolor Combine cocoa and syrup Add 4 cups apricot nectar Ij
is that between Larry hot water. stir well and cool Add 4 cups orange Juice *

t Parks and George Macreaiy in remaining ingre1 lls caps lemon juice 3

f Cate&bta's "Tfce Swordsman"; dients and beat h' H cop lime juice -

took five days to film, but win gatenly : with egg beater f 1 cap powdered sugar 9DD :

torte and a half minutes on the until! well blended f 4 quarts carbonated water 9 To ; _'

j screen. I Serve in tall l Ice Buy I
; --+- glasses Addition I
Combine Juices and and stn
Rudolph Cameron recently donned al scoops : ice until latter is dissolved sugar Just before
tfce first tame m be U. S. ;
grease pfet for Rita eream m = serving add title carbonated wa Savings BondsI J ;
ta used
years for a character part on top tote ter and peer! over ice
ttchnirniir musical.Down toe effect of soda.
HaywfiVs Kla.*4 by W.*tni iTtwcotE' VIIt.
to Earia." I

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FRIDAY. >UT' 30. 1MT ..

nance Corperttfc>ahd approved the lJut. things were dry enoughhere R. A. Williams was 'a businessriaitor Mrs E. .. Bowyer'MrPat
week-end at Fort 1I7efl
application of Tfoplcal Sugars fora Uaf we can stand quite a little in.Tampa Wednesday the. -*' "put'I I
half million dollars from a source moisture.
I that I considered[ reliabe I wired
Senator Holland for verification With little more than a week to ,
which was forthcoming almost Im- go and Governor Caldwell having
Entered a* cond-eU matter Ka"l
I, 7 at the mediately. The loan was approved already assured us that he would Hubft ? Shopping A
n': th..t Get UN 9
Florida, under Act of
last Thursday Since that time we not call a special session the harassed -
Centre of Mareh I 1117Eitry
have expected to hear almost mo- legislators have begun to turn
mentarily that the construction work from enacting bills for providingmore
Pabuabea Frit.7 By would start at once. But still there and bigger appropriations for
THE CI. 1_ .
CARR SETTLE. P.blUhrO is nothing[ to report. more and bigger things and are trying
I The option to the mill site was to reach out somewhere and find
.- up yesterday but the company asked new sources of taxation whkh can ", i
5.lIHrl.. Rateat Mr. Yaun for an extension and that be bled without hurting too many Store"I.
.. Tear __ _____-__ SUSSU : I will be granted for thirty days and of their constituents I ....
M..... .___ _______ 11.2Sj the only information available from But no matter where hey turn
I Louisiana wa that a representative someone is going to make plentyof .
of the company would be here in noise for there Is no place thatIt
a few days can come from in this day of
Bat we hardly see any reason heavy federal taxes without hurtinga t
fJvEANDEWNGS for being Impatient now The approval big group and hurting plenty. MoreBUY
Easy Terms $10 or
By Carr SettleThe of the RFC loan would appear One of the bills introduced pro- on
to cinch the matter and give vides, among other things, for a FROM OUR C'\TALOG-Onr 10000 Items t
us an opportunity to breathe a lit- ta1 on admissions which already ti
headlines In the Democratare tle more contentedly carry a twenty per cent federal tax. i.
rather big and sound pretty I This will hit particularly hard at
good this week but are not exactly As this Is written I have bad no the theatres and we can't say that I .
what we had expected to use-for I report on the amount of rainfallfor we greatly blame them for the fuss I
we still have obtained no definite the week but off band I'd say they're kicking up.
word as to when work will start on that the rainy season is off to a The theatre provides the great- VITAMIN 'D'HOMOGENIZED
the sugar mill. pretty fair start with rains ranging[ est entertainment for those of the
After I heard the first of the I from mild drizzles to heavy downpours lower and middle income tax
week that the Reconstruction FI-j every day during the week. brackets, classes which will not be MILK
able to stand too much of a raise in
admission prices. Prices of films
have gone up steadily while the GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK
theatre operators knowing if they I
t try to pass on increased costs to the! Home Delivery or Available At Your

Come to,Fort Myers BeachThe (Continued. on Page.. 5) I Grocery or Drug Store

open Gulf resort / GUARANTEEDWatch

where lovely. palm Mamlis Dairy
groves make dark

lace-shadows "" Phone 176

on white

sugar-sands. ; Repairing

z 7 DAY SERVICES ---- !
The Ideal j

Beach for 'a .- S a a Rom where I sit .6y Joe Marsh
: Whole Family. large repair depart
ment is now able to give 7

You can drive Visit the I day service on watch repair r Want to Run a 'c{

for I ing. We have a staff of high
miles on 1 4 TropicalIslands ly competent and skilled "Collective" Farm?
this / workmen who turn out guaranteed '

gorgeous work. We use nothingbut ."; '.
\V the about We're to work hard but :
IB Lee C* Bty as reading other day willing we '
genuine and
beach. ; parts materials the-colJ< A few minutest Send us your watch. certain conntries.seems the folks pat our own value on the crops =,
Special attention to mail or who run them have plenty of help and relax as we like-if only with -: ,
Cottages drive from ders. Registered and certi- good hours and the best a temperate companionable glass

and A1 e downtownApts. fied watchmaker in charge. I equipment. of beer. .1";

tr Fort Myers Sounds pretty nice-till you From where I sit, collective '_,
Avail 7 learn that the "!armer'" doesnt farming may produce results. But '!--
able. a own his land, or even farm it, in the American way-freedom to ..t;
i Write or pfeoM H. Gluckman our sense.He takes orders from the work and relax as we see fit-is '5'
state; produces whatever they what makes this country a great
Tony Dwyer JEWELER want him to produce,at prices they place to live.So let's not change it! ,
set Even his off-hours are spent ::: :
Chamber of Commerce s
1012 First Street
,fi I -
according to state regulations. Q tJt
Fort Myers No that would here. """\
j 1 r Fort Myers Florida I never go OVV

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,.. ..* .01.G..1. . . . I food. I I W. A. Wright and son. Donald I I10f ,, }lr. and raIla1'; Toder spent .

Attending were members of the West Palm Beach are here this j I several days thit.WHt. la DeLand

: band their director. W. D. Jack-I k setting np the new Silandi 1 I II ( where, their daughter; Wanda is a

-I man Mrs Jackman and Jean; Principal ramie decerticator which Mr. Wright,student at Stetson University She rr
PERSONAL SOCIETYJames ij M. E. Morrison. Mrs Morrison I has been building; for the Sea Inland -i r will accompany them home for the
and her mother Mrs. W. Lock Mills far the past two years '(samoer vacation this week-end.

hart; Mrs R. E. Jordan Mrs M. ---
A Saminers. Mrs Fred Corner aad: NOTICE OF HELIXitENT TAX 'tLE
e. e G CI //I. 0 . . . ._. .
O' 'JJJ ". .L" ......... .. Miss Audry CoalterMil's
- - -r.--- ""';' ..4>'b44San Notice t. hereby gives that the feitowiag described laM will be MIiII at:.
and Joyce Click public allCUOIi 011 the 1M day of Jsae. 114", at tile front doer. et the curTa
:, Peru extended visit with her parents JOHI>.\\ H\> Bali ia Moore Raven, c.aat of GiadeS, State of Florida, to peg td. aasruaa
Stalls Maude Click Rupert Ball Fred Jenkins spent the weekendin lee for taxes berets set oapslte the togetber with aD cast d nest
'HU lR
sad Donald Farnam enjoyed a dayat Lakeland with Mrs Jenkins who ( P\UT\ THCIkDtIMrs. all aDd advertisingDMTi .

Fort layers Beach Monday : has been taking medical treatment .. .. .( L.a4 Owr *--.( .( .t*
Tommy and Stanley Wayman. I in Tampa, She is mach improvedand R E. Jordan gave a checker Block 5. Lot 'i J T Tl(>r .SSS.M
party at her home last Thursday Block 5. Lot 13 Juhn Errwr --
Don Galaccini aad Claude Cox spent : expects to return home this Block 7 L- t 1, y"r} :SJ. re
Monday in Miami where Stanley u'' weekendMr night honoring her mother. Mrs Block :4. :. : g F. is )(,.;- + 3..>
: Kate Mills of Tampa who is herguest Block U? ; t -, vi. : F. -, 41'1S-
eaployed. On the : I'r ,
rotary trip thatiaight I and Mra Ray Thompson. who Block I' ': : 242HOMOGENIZED

their Jeep sUttoa wagon ran t hare been living for several months Following an evening of play I May a If .' E.- : .S SM.EL': (i vN .., .!"
Into a parked ear in the rain ands I in West Palm Beach have moved I i
refresh meats of ice cream ana iakfwere
foe with considerable daaage I back to their borne la Lakeaort.Mrs .. .. .. '
aento Mrs M \ Sam -- -
solus to the car bat no janes -.1 Joe )Matatoaoa.. Miss .- -
men Mrs W Wethermgtoc::
.... ocjcapaata of either car i Margie Cram left Monday for a
I Mrs. L. M Lilly Mrs Ida Hawt
Mr awl Mrs J. A. Mulliu toftWedaeaday ,! visit at Mrs. Mathieaon's home ia
Mrs John Sexton and Mrs J C
for their home in Tryoa N. C. i
Booze I;. C.. after residing here I I| )IXyrtIe Boaldla left yeater- I SwiadallMlv. .

while Mrs Mallias waa teachiag lathe ,1 day for Miami far a few days visit .. ?
local high school before coins oa to... home ia .
>>r. sod Mrs W. D Jack... aad I|i McKenzie, Ten., to spend the ...- e
baby daughter left thia meek for i i mer vacation

their home IB Oak Park. Ill MrJackmaa I economies Dorothy teacher Uil.iancor in tht hpmf'J And Other Alfai Products

haa beeR baad iastractor: Maude Stanley And school for the past two termwho e
is the school here for the pact year ] AVAILABLE AT YOUR i
marriage to Frank Close If LaKe- iI
aM a half aad baa accepted a position Elmer L. PierceVed I I
port will be an event of the rom
in Ilttaots next yearMrs. lag month was honored with a GROCERY AND
Here On
Jesse Harris of West Palm i Friday I II 1 miscellaneous shower or.daaft-
Beach was hen Tuesday Bight for
ernoon at the Woman's Clut. t lub- DRUG STORE
the eradiation exercises Miss Maude Stanley of Moore house with Mrs Rat Toder Mrs
Mr and Mrs V. B. Womack spent I Haven and Elmer L. Pierce of Rocky I Joe Van De Velde and MHI.

several days this weak IB- St Pet-t Mount N C.. were united in marriage Robinson as hostess ".

ersbarg Mrs Womack remaining'I last Friday evening at seven The room was attraciw:. d-,- I,I
for a kwger visit after his I LFACREAMERY
return clock by Rev John A. Moore rated with a profusion of'warden
WednesdayMr I I pastor of the Baptist Church at the flowers and Jessie Ruth B an nan
tad Mrs Robert Ueffaer and pastoriam The ceremony was attended nag "Aa Old Fashioned Garden" I

baby son visited Sunday with her by only close friends of the and "Jadtaa Love Call" with Jila.r-I|
parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred AFlaaders cowale ion Aafe accompanying at the

They flew up from Miami Mrs Pierce is the owner and piaao Them as Marion p'avedl I Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and
I Sunday morning aDd Mr. Flanders manager of Maade's Cafe in the
"I'm Always Chasing Rainbow
i met them la I West Palm Beach Fla. I
CTewtstoa i. Doe Building which she has operated Miss Williamson began to open her! ,
I Bob Ahera and O H. Bond were I since January of this year' She large selection of gifts

hastees visitors la Tampa Tuesday I came: here from Belle Glade where Fruit punch and ire Ki ..()I..I"I I I
sight eating a rash trip to obtain she was engaged in a similar business were served by the hostesses t" "

two transformers for operating the for several years. She is a Mrs. Richard Yoder and Mrs D .; ,.
new ramie decortfcstor now iastall- native of Coefcara. Va Click of CtewUton Mr t;:...dvStalls. .
ed. Mr. Pierce is employed with the Mrs M E. Morrison Mr I
Mrs George Starch left Monday Atlantic Coast line construction J. B. Cox. Mrs K J Baameardner 1 Looking for Bargains?

to spend the week with relatives iaMiami. crew engaged now in work oa the Mrs W. B. Norton Jr. Mrs .\ A
railroad bridge hwre. He.... Deco
Beck. Mrs Charles Close Mr B
Mrs G. M. Phillips of Naples was with the ACL for many years tak- M. male Mrs Veltoa Walters I PARKINSON'S HAVE THEM

he Friday and Satarday for a visit 'I lag oat bur years and seven Mrs. L. D. Carr Mrs Harry Foster

with her mother. Mrs J. C. months to serve with the Army Mrs L. E. Farnsm Mre. M A 3-3 and 4-6 Box Springs, Close Outs $19.50 t

dell. Swla-I Signal Corps a large part of the Summers, Mrs. Cecile Brook! Miss For One Week I
( Only)
Mrs J. C. Swiadall and time in Germany He will continue A Mre. Miss Brsansn Mis. BettvKaWasoB
M. Phillips were business visitors j with his present position until the and Miss rhyme Ether- Chifferobes Two nice mirrors. Lots
ia beet Pans Beach Ftldav' conclusion of the present job. ten
> Mrs L. E t'a....... Mrs D. E. of drawer space . . $34.95 t .

GrMfitb,' Mrs. Mad Greene. andAura. WEIUn Ro.tsT mn 1>%r W. B. Nortoo Jr.. and Prra- i; FOR BIND MEMIttRSMr '
dpal M E Morrison visited Bar- The Infant daughter of )fro and real price . . . . $84.95 ,, rt

tow, Lakeland ana Lake Wake I and Mrs F D Taan. Mr. Mrs Ralph Wood. born two weeks Cabinet Sinks combining beauty
Wedaesday to Inspect several newelementary and Mrs W. F. Muller and )I,. sad so la the Sagarland Hospital at ,

school baildiag with Mrs. H. C. Taylor were hosts at a CttwMoB has been named Marjorie with utility . . . $149.95

a view to incorporating some of the weiner and marshmallow roast for Dteaa Mrs Wood and daughter Water Heaters. Every home should
ideas sd in a proposed new building the band members and for teachers returned home the first of this I
John Sullivan of Venn was aI I I chaperones for the band oa trips -- and Electric . . $75.00 and up
business visitor here Moaday I j I this year at the oat-door fireplace
J. E. Frierson was a business'.I at the \a11n borne one night: last Ramie- I Radios and Record Players, Zenith and 4

visitor Tampa TuesdavRev I I.week
in RCA . . $29.95 and more !
.. W i'Bozpman returned Ca"1" \,>- (l'iJ.\f'(1; on tht lawn I (Continued from Page 11} "
-xaturda from a trip to Montgomery hi the '.and '1.mh r' and apJ1t"- normal summer season Every tool known for yard and garden:

., the ramie rihhorre
\U Mr F- ',iI' tI, 'OT I. ':1.' h.df.' l after the \t present
... ,, '. ', O' elsewhere for deeummme and Lawn Mowers, Grass Rakes, Grass Shears,
pac: 1< JMI- (Tea"d ;r.'11 .a!hl f'.r 'T <: ; : ': tt 'ptae r!' tent
still to other plants for weavinc into Lazy Boy Slings, Turf Edgers and those

_ .. r'oth. When problem! of watprsupplv
; .4 '0' '. .- : _: .. etc. are worked cot satisfactorily handy two-wheel yard carts.

1: de- lllmin-: and decorti and Needs full line
Last Times Today I Fishing Camping ,
rating will be done in the same
plant aDd it is not unreasonable to See us for all hardware, furniture and
f fF
"MAKE MINE believe that textile mills! sill follow -
clothing suppliesParkinson's

ooaE ,rJl MUSIC" IIn I .

a Graduation II''

Color ; _
; i'
Coattaaed from Pave 1)
record player recently obtained b\ i Moore Haven, Florida
SATURDAY ONLY x xx Committee
the school aad named a '
II y; -..-- -' -
Matinee At 3:00 P. M. to make the record selections -... .:< 10 ..-- ... -,
A short bat enjoyable poem wa-
read by Ruth lone to end the acdvtUes. -I
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Double Feature The s'hrol bUd played : \
seven nnnaber rt;i-:'DC the program It
Teen Agers in
a-1 W D Ja sn.ai the dirwtor -

was presen'e'i .Th .. Coca #
JUNIOR PROM Cola picnic box 8" 1\ i:,t, :;tea the Regular Meals
.. tiers at the "On'iu>:,>i :b.. last :

i And Allan Lane in ..._.
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Homest'der Paradise Valley UEANDBRLNGSCoattaned -

1 14 of "Hop Harrigan"SUNDAY from Pace 4r Short Orders
Chapter patron will get a steadilv deesona<

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and MONDAY"Joan They say they cannot be .qn.*aed
any farther and that any additsssnitaxatioB
Fontaine Louis Hayward in imposed b y the state mast
I tI he added to the adauanoa priceLagmmton .

WEST POINT saw that the movie to a
DUKE of I texas: operator ass it is an accepted Open from 5:00 a. m. to 2:00 a. m.
I way of life for tmerieaa
Fox News and Color Cartoon pule in the 10.inrome brackets !

and WEDNESDAY Mrs. Minnie Farnazn Cochrane Is Now In ;

Roy Rogers in Color Charge of Our Kitchen

TRAILAnd : JIet: -Cow ma-fcr-3. ,',or 1Dder'
APACHE >"IOI60 ....... 444444 IMMMiC
half crop Mra'V! ; k;: r ;u art i

std crop upper 1< .-r ear I'
Crack-Pot King Color Cartoon I Broad. .a-..'> .r' (,T. -- _, ..." touch.

------- -- ". with Trite ....<". .r... 1.. Maude Cafe
THURSDAY and FRIDAY !!ivea. f'1. .

Buster Crabbe in !\l I

HORSE PHANTOM H>i: ...\1_F. 2 i .. '., .','H.....u.." -..... I Comer Fi t.t 5.rc: l and Avenue I
i WILD ". 'J'" -:'. :

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A ,"dlOIIU3fo.wn Kathleen Norris Says.. :


All Is Not Gold 'I 0

R! tfrlr / Bell Syndicate.-WNtI Tr aturei. I Don't overlook tender young Save the lids from baking pow-

I Ia spinach when tossing a vegetable der or lye .ans. Paint them a

II WASHINGTON salad. It's a way to tempt the bright enamel color. Use assort-

spinach haters at your home into ed colors to give a Mexican air.

8y Walter Shead a j eating it. Besides it is colorful and I These "play dishes" win be a

nutritious. grand gift for a small house
.uses WNU COIFerpoeJ.lllWND
..u. .f+ifr } 1 1CcvbUS 1J keeper.
l a -0r.IiIJ -
Paint thinned with turpentinespreads
Washington Bur"rJ Wash blankets warm......
UU Ejf St.. N. w. and dries quickly on a
without leaving a high sheen. day when there is a light bnece.
Lobbies Have Spent Million -.- -.-

Dollars on 80th Congress Cause of paint cracking usually In using a hacksaw beet resr.
is that the top eot is harder than are obtained if the stroke is dow
DURING the first quarter of 1947 in such to bring into
the uaatercoat. This often results a manner as
some 124 organizations spent almosta when one paints over a surface I play virtually the entire length of
million the 80th
dollars lobbying blade.
that is not dry. the
congress on one issue or another.
Almost half of this amount was '

spent by 10 organizations. Par.. io;,- u y'jst NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS

ical as it may seem, in view of tv e a
fact that we are supposed to rpt.ate --

our government under the Embroidery for Leisure Moments

stitution the Committee fur C .
stttational Government spent ,: c CroK-itltch looks UK aapBave. n
tern 73M bas tranter Cffiwttfi ate
largest amount $137.910. to \s ,: J aging sax by 7U ......
off Communism and colie\.:.'.i: Our improved patten--vtntl RNa.*..
to urge passage of a 20 per Ct'l i t to-aee charts and pb.... sad coaBfhMdirection
tax reduction bill and to seek PI- II *-makaa ni. To obtain this patten lead ones hi
of bill break "the
sage a to stranglehold RrM.J coins.
of labor monopolies." The Due to an nn usually large denaadaBd
committee expects to raise $720.(000)() current conditions, snflhttr atop star al
to pay for its 1947 program While "She u ai so please 10lli'lLl see mt, M fleaseJ tt sake mt *. Iwr poor Kttti lift, cook most required popular in filttnc-orders pattens. tar a lew at OM

$58,368 was spent by Rural Elec- > for"e...ask oU owes tort / lets' Ut "".Iegizwg." Send your order tat

tric Cooperative association to urge
further development of public power By KATHLEEN NORRIS SECRET SORROWS Sewtoc Cirri NeetftMWK Dye
National Association of Elec- SW W. Randolph SC Catnap M, HLEnclpee
10 ceata fcc .......
tric Companies was spending $65,081
i would be much easier for and No I
looking after the interests of the Lterjone wants happiness
private power companies. : CE I many women if they were tries constantly to attain it. After Name_

Many expenditures come under I not so tortured by ideals. woman marries,she often thinks r Addra.

the head of lobbying. For instance, We go through most of our lives that she bas lost the chance to be ?3ti

National Association of Real Estate dreaming of a love, an understanding really happy. Her husband and u

Boards, which has been fighting all a sympathy that sim- children seem dull at best and at Celebrated Nude Statue

housing controls, includes an expenditure ply do not exist. And when we times they are positively a burden
of $612.54 for initiation fees
don't find them in one set of cir- and irritation. Acclaimed Even by ClergyOne
aDd dues into Congressional Country z
club for one of its lobbyists, C. cumstances, we are apt to think Hallie has a good borne, shabby er
that we find them in another. of the most sensational
K. Snyder. may but comfortable.husband'sjob +
r pit iT1Ii works of art was the Greek Slave,
We fret ourselves into -
Home and Property premature is steady, providing a good
a life-sized white marble statue of
Owners foundation, which reportedan 1 wrinkles and old age income for a middle-class family. nude by Hiram
a woman,
expenditure of $4,443, is part of how rid of
wondering we can get The two children are healthy and Powers, American sculptor, in
the active lobby of real estate and I
i one set of husband and childrento
bright. But this is not enough. I 1843 says Collier's. Although
building interests seeking to end all
rent and building controls. With Na- be free to take on another.It The constant desire to be free : + rtv prudery was still rampant, the

tional Association of Real Estate isn't that a woman like Hallie from all worries over money, to ; statue was widely acclaimed, ever
Rhodes is unhappy, exactly, but she by the clergy.It .
Boards and Producers council an bare anything she want to buy,
feels that she could be so much was featured at a London exposition
organization of building supply man- keeps Hallie in an envious, discontented
ufacturers happier The Rhodes own their own in 1851, was admired by
it supported the Wolcottbill mood. She thinks that
which already has passed the home, a rather shabby, yet sunshiny Queen Victoria, celebrated in a
house and which would, if finally I place in a shabby, yet sunshiny other women she knows are happier :, sonnet by Elizabeth Barrett
1 street Fred has but -bare bigger incomes more and featured at
enacted, remove nearly all building ; a good r..ss. .. Browning, again i
controls and seriously impair con- not exciting job; they have two children successful and interesting hus- I world's fair in New York City in

tinued rent controls. ;: at the freckled, toothless, de- bands, more exciting Hies. 1853.Once

1 I manding age. What Hallie doesn't know, I it was taken on an exhibition

t Labor Bill Squeeze Play I I!I Hariette wants a new sweater, comments Miss Norris, is that all I' *PEED* leisure moments to these good tour of the United States and

THE GOP labor bill likely will go :I 1 radio skates; Ted wants a bicycle, the women she envies are bearing advantage embroidering grossed in admissions over $23,500.
sunbonnet They're lovely on
I i and shoes both would like girls. I
to the President sometime in late | camera : --
I! secret sorrows far more poignantthan cloths, towels and other linens.
June. And on June 30, the the family to buy a new car. Hallie, '
she has bear.
anything to
govern-I I their needs -
ment is expected to turn mother really many

coal mines to the private opera- ':, things: Hats club dues, furs and One wealthy old lady is suffering h

tors. Two question! arise. Will her watch mended. The house needs a mental illness that eventually J U 1 1a. & ll

President Truman veto the tough labor Ii I new curtains new stove, washer means insanity. Another, wife of ; .

bill and will John L. Lewis calla I !axed, basement floored, telephone a rich man, is trying to bide the L" "Q"ql qg BIG
coal I I extension, side steps painted, shins "b. 'q/ r 1o t
strike and shut down indus- j 1 1 gnawing learning for the son of I ZAh MacES

try? If the President vetoes the labor and an extra bath. her first marriage. So it is U'ilbprll"'IIII ",,,?,, b ,,.Z Thirst
bill it means that the nation will I Iall i Hallie naturally dreams of having who Koo

have no new labor legislation out of I these things and more, and per. favored, everyone than others appearsmore Hearing Too Much QuenchersGREAT /
concludes -
this congress, and this is precisely i petual freedom from money worry. "Grandpa, why don't you get DXMVOR5AIG ,,
what the GOP leadership is She thinks she sees and knows Miss Norris.the yourself one of them hearing devices -

banking on. They are putting the women who don't have these cone i advertised in the papers?" I 0

old squeeze play on the President monplace, humiliating worries. She secret griefs and failures that "Gosh, no, son. I'm hearing I
in to force him thinks that the Warringtons, who I understand.
an attempt to sign I we never see. more now than can

t the labor bill although it goes far I walk into church so regularly on Folly of Jealousy."I What do I want with one of those StJosephlftASPIRINgrt
beyond a labor reform bill and has | Sunday mornings with their small things?" 'I
wish I had known earlier about
become in many respects a punitive girl so daintily dressed, are fortunate ,
labor bill. There's politics persons. Ursula Trent, a woman of 50 wroteme Canny
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a few days in a mood half- I
spread thickly on both sides of the !! Secret Griefs. ago The contivUl butbtnd bid friend
rueful and half-amused. "We wentto
bread. ; 19 with him for she uttk end. As NEWS
She doesn't know-nobody knows star
school together and she had
TilE mtmatorphosis of Sen. Joseph !' -that Mrs. Warrington made a everything I hadn't. She had be the noticed gut ft vat faint being crosses ttovn on several his room., for so-called

E. Ball of Minnesota is a con- !.j foolish first marriage at 18 and has she played the violin, she CUrlS'1 the star steps, and eked the reason/1
I a little son of 10, living with his Riverwood had brother ." KIDNEY Sufferers
tinual subject of discussion here. drive she a "Ah, ubitpered she host, ,h i
The tall, lank, broad-shouldered I I father's people. because John War- who adored her her father was a tome into operation alter midnight. Near mess luunrUdM pmv bfefchr fri.>
!Minnesotan came down to Washington ,, rington dignified rich, proud, judge. Ursula married at 19 in a I X mesas that the step cn..!$." t' W-&=: oat, W:=ere

a disciple of then Gov. Harold doesn't want anyone to know that bower of roses and wedding silver d..................fo tIo yk dot.
'his wife was married before and and wonderful and I lost I :' kdrya. B) ootiin*bltddw bnteUuMmonc rash
him to frocks
Stassrn who first appointed : The lad who always had difficulty r kdry iininiiM., mt
fill the nnexpired term of the late divorced. That Mrs. Warrington'sheart sight of her for years. describing the shortest distance e4kk.* for tpMdur 100% comfort. Te 4*
aches steadily for little Steveis Foter{tIoe.bIa4der)Wh.
Sen. Ernest Lundeen. Senator Ball "My mother kept a boardinghouse between two points grew up to be t..ie eUrtyU bdoey1tullUlu"-b'' ,...
was a political writer for a St. Paul her own secret. ," the letter goes on, "and we a taxi driver. I i Moth Foley Fill bU&far ka.a dmct sdanv*- I. M. *.
imutxMM. Motkiac IM UUwrm.
newspaper, considered as a liberal Hallie doesn't know that lovely were five sandy-haired freckled Ask dnmut for Foley Ana l'.U .jm
and acted it. But in 1942 he was elderly Mrs. White who buys all sisters. We hung on as old maids Without Interruption !1 find YOCK them MONEY far nor BACK.ntoUetorr, DOCBLJt
elected to a six year term on his her dresses at the Maison France, '. for some time, but then we all mar "How do you manage when the

oun. He began to turn more and has had a dull gnawing pain at the I ned-happily, too. Our men have phone rings while you are in the

more toward the conservative faction back of her handsome head for '! all done well and there are 11 bathtub?" asked Mr. Dough."It .

of the party and bas: fostered: years and years and that only rei ;i youngsters. My life has been happier don't" replied Mr. Know;

the toughest and most punitive sec- i centlv her doctor told her what it than that of any woman 1 "I put off taking a bath until my To comfortably bold your Scar mean ippen all
tion of the senate labor bill. lie, meant-a gradually weakening of know running a country" house wife calls one of her friends. Then ann Taft of Ohio and Don- mental until she reached an :. cowry called 8TAZE Hot' a "n-.r'
with Senators powers welcoming all the babies loving mv I have plenty of time to finish potrderf 6TAZK is pte ttnt4o-
nell of Missouri, likely will be the unthinkable end. Hallie doesn'tknow i!I rood man. All mv sisters are banns pa-tocuyi.. Ot lie tub kt drql1at
r Accept no lataUtatei
senate conferees on the final labor that pretty Sylvia Brown, who j and one of them lives in the old A woman's work is never done- !
bill draft. has just made a sensationally good !> Trent place."Unexpectedly.. when a man does it. I I I STAZE YM:irrfolrjsnatair

The gossips have it that Mrs. Ball. marriage is destined shortly for an I met Ursula in .
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the former Elisabeth Robbins of I equally sensational divorce and'scaDdaL I New York last year. She'd lost her

Minneapolis, is highly influential in j one boy in the war; she has a nice r------------------
guiding her husband's thinking. i In short. Hallie doesn't realize- I
daughter, divorced, teaching in a
and few of us do-that nothing in m
private school. Ursula takes of
Party Regularity I I this bewildering world H what it 'I her sick husband and her smal I FOLKS ARE ALL SMILES b I

SENATORS Morse of Oregon and seems. Every heart holds bitterness granddaughter. I can tell you I felt

Taft of Ohio have different ideas pa ; defeat humiliation frustrated ashamed, with both big boys
party regularity. Senator Taft chid- ambition and secret pain. The girl I safely home and happily married! WHEN THEY TASTE f THE JUICY : j

ed the Oregonian on his votes I who arrogantly is ordering her wed- j I felt ashamed of the envy I'd always

against the majority of Republicansin ding silver today isn't marrying the felt for Ursula, the way her I fi&INiCM
the senate labor committee and ;. man she loves after all. The young I name used to jump at me from the TENDERER RAISINS f Fc9Z1'IMPROVED I

his stand in seeking to break up ; millionaire's wife suffers agonies social columns of the paper and i

the omnibus labor bill into four sep- from a deep-seated inferiority complex make me blue aH day. She was so !
:: movie actress whose RAISIN BRAN FLAKES !
arate measures. Said Senator and the pleased to see me" this woman's
Morse: face is on all the fences is racked letter concludes "so pleased to I

r r After all. should not the test of with jealousy because the part that take me to her poor little flat cook IiJJ NATURALLY SWEET..YOU SAVE I II

party regularity be decided according I should have been hers has just been lunch for me and talk old times thatI

to what Is best for the party in : handed to a younger woman. felt like apologizing. I felt like

terms of what is best for the country I I! Hallie has only to follow the stories saying to her, 'You're still ahead I SUGAR! GET A PACKAGE TODAY IjjJALId. i ii
rather thaa in terms of whether of the world's envied and ad- Ursula Trent because you're not
the leaders of the party in to find them thick i j
or not mired women capable of any emotion as small as I II
t the senate, by an appeal to party with tragedies and disappointmentsopenly jealousy or shame and I've let them I S p.the reatest nona.. cr>ea>$! .

regularity, can carry enough votesin admitted tragedies and II ruin hours and hours of my life, aQ I

their pockets to play polities" with disappointments to say nothing of for nothing I t L-----------------

an issue as vital as this one. :


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t Gems of. Thought ri V/5SKLY NEWS ANALYSIS !! TOO MUCH SMOKE: I

i THIS getting:s,a but Me tne of element giving warm 0: I Rush More Food to Germany; I!| Can't The nation's See Stars capital city is getting j1iig:

R g,\ng comes first.. I I Just too smoky, dusty and crowdedfor
1 f. I Truman Signs Portal Pay Bill; I the U. S. naval observatory SERVICE s!
rice lINt
The only tenant be 1M.I
which to to
is getting ready move a
F- girt, ti bypocnty- The rtpetttnc t I\ Churchill I more sylvan ceighbcrhood. BUREAUEDITORS ,.
Seeks United
?/ byl c ,te is ibdI 67f1ecris1_ Europe
m'Mum "..*. I Because big cities radiate heat
t which is bad delicate
for astronomical -
tIy NOTE This
.awra Ne.Der Cataa ufu r t>ptr.
" {EDITOR'S NOTE: 1nIe. .Naisa ..... ....... instruments the new location .. ..ttWfibtmgto
Tnother-when my p. W'fa Aews,.,.. u eZSresaee h flex ar. .._ ., through spend *-r..I -*' u-
C.N..e.. asalys4 wad .., .._ ,... for the
tie.. was at an end hers ::,,_ .esaaril7' tkto p ; world-famous observatory: B_._ ft Vt-ltr* Ni.if-:
-,. must be no nearer than 25 miles to per Lmton ft ::6;b ttt ''reel N W'..
oe'UD.-David Soper. .
just -'''c''o '
; "
, : ;" < -- "---- -- --i ; any metropolitan area Officials Jr. hi.kJ. D. L.. it *Di to knl rt4eri -
, estimate that it win take about this vtttly column o* frobltm of the
Better be ifsraait o* a matt ;
UQmesi s.IW.s.11.1 tMll1 tp
I rtttrs* *< I
eight to find the
years a site, put ,
,, r tteaa half know it. up I ....T In .11"sU ,. the ass e
s s ". necessary buOdntgs and install Lre_ .U An .
%}hat a man needs in g.," 'J egtiipmert sahgaa.f cause. N* rrfa AM fcr
irg 15 a castlron back ,'. : a 't. In addition to providing the na- sale tIind b5 said. i.r .-7 ;. tie -. 1
it.-Charles D. t : tion with the world's most accurate: asp which s ill .ppe.r i. this ..wspe ie
hirg on Vainer >>
r tore checks, the observatory warts mgr el i ,
.. the radio. industry cf sun spot activity > I
"J! { puts out almanacs supplies Delay in Checks '

--- .. >>- ; I data on tides, phases of the moonand
-; ." <:. 'I." sunsets and !sunrises, and figures : Approximately 223.174 persons are:

; CLASSIFIED I .. ; out calendars : employed by Veterans' administration (
; .... 'I erf which about 61 per ont are

DEPARTMENT ,. .. .. BUDGET SURPLUS: veterans. Of the male employees b

'. ,.. \ .! .., 87 pu cent or 121,528. are veterans.Of .
..0. Dwindling Fast the female employees, 17.2 percent I
: 14,414 now are veteran,
It begins to appear as though or i
iI'x relines lomiesi lhrInk---d> President Truman made small I widows cl deceased veterans or 1
beds itcun*, blc c and prom rtiofpiles. ; a
Guaranteed. 1 01 tube and app r r \- I' .:... miscalculation when he predicted wives of disabled veterans. About
. IT wnt PP $100; COD *I 30 W::t* -.. that the would wind the : 76,000, or 35 per cent of the personnet -
BKAGC...PLASTEX CO Mi.f.t- Mick up ,
I' is engaged in medical service
fiscal year on June 30 with a budget
_PERSONAL Reacting swiftly to a strongly Communlst4anreclleetDre being surplus cf $1250000,000, becausethe to veterans. .
OLLTWOOO SCREEN TALENT AH- delivered to students at Western high school in Washington D. c., these surplus already has dipped below I i.
available to .-. Detach tree HOLLY four young people walked out on the speaker and started a central that figure I If you have net received your latest

WOOD..... Bl.SCREEN', Ra. r1 BVKEAC$, H.Uy....Mil 4 ta.B.II CUI.,- exodus from: the assembly room. Here, Speaker of the House Joseph The surplus, meaning the excessof sntsutence: check do not write ,
W. Martin Jr.. presents them with the American colors for their tiserimmatioo. I Veterans' administration. Approximately -
AMtTECK WRITERS income ever spending, has
Radi Program Idea and Stone needed. a million checks were held
shrunk to $l.:21.507.000 the fall
Free itformatioo. L.(..ral Rm4wPrdMal because
for short tone recently
*.... < a, .....U. Pkctan, Arh... during April and early May being up a
i of the fact that appropriates became
HUNGRY GERMANS: UNITED EUROPE: caused by spending in excess of income ,. and failedto
exhausted concrete
during that penod. Administration
: Show MoodReplying Churchiirs Idea hasten passage of a deficiency: appropriation
aEMOVE TREE STCSfPS FOR JCST 11 analysts however, hold that
Any aue new or old. snots and all viUt- bill. However, within a
cwt txcmx' pullmt rboppwc. biatunt'V.e to complaints that Germany Winston Churchill describing the quarterly tax payments In June matter of hours after the President

entifir MAGIC. I..r.STUMP.'..*..REMOVER...z. ior 36 m., safe atumpi, act | is being short-changed on its continent as a "rubble heap and probably will restore President Truman's signed the deficiency approfarfatfen
*6-U 1. a-ox.u tl larger SO. 16-quaaotw<<. *2,7S; balE Postpaid aavteta with on i food rations. Secretary cf War Rob- breeding ground of pestilence," has original figure! bill making funds available, checks

cbr k: or mane order. COD accepted ert Patterson disclosed that 486.- gone on record as favoring an organization were in the mails They were ready
ADDRESS LABOSATORT DIVISION 100o tons of foodstuHs are slated to I of European nations-a FARM LAND: ,
R. 1>, \MPBELI. CO. R* I be sent there during :May, a like United Europe, possibly without Price I as proper credits were estaMuhcd
| amount in June and "even more"in I I Russia with the treasury
***** *** **** July. He called for a wholehearted effort the steady trend up- i

I, A picture of general unrest in Ger I from Great Britain and Franceto ward begun early in the war. farm i Questions and Answer

J/ft,'lJo1LlLJ uEuh ,B1UJ. many was drawn by official United found such a movement and asked real estate prices are Rearing a level 'f Q. I am the mother of a soldier
States investigators who said that that headquarters for the organization double the average for the IMS- and haven't heard from him or his

; the Germans were displaying an be set up immediately in England 39 period a survey by the U. S. rite for over a year I am asking
1L S. SaDbzq 8Dlid4. ; "ugly nood of bitter resentment"I bureau of agricultural economics bow I could get in tooth with the

i I toward this country because of food The movement is sure to draw snows:. allotment place nearest to Seattle

** * ****** shortages. the approval of the United States During the year ending March 1, Wa b.. since I don't know her address
I' Officials in the stricken country Churchill told an audience of 10,. farm real estate prices rose 12 percent She said it was only a ene-
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': have been predicting that hunger- at London's Albert baO. He emphasized for the country as a whole hour drive from her home to Seattle.

born strikes and demonstrations that the European union would That figure is compared with a n How would you suggest I try to locate ..
SMALL FRY by 381TR would break out among the Ger- operate as one regional unit under per cent rise for the correspond her as I don't know ta what
mans if they remained dissatisfiedwith world supremacy cf the United period in 1944, 11 per cent in 1945 direction she lives or her pst.ffice.
their food rations. I Nations and 15 per cent in 19+4. Fifty-six I have asked the Red Cross to locate

TASTING Secretary of War Patterson how- per cent of the recorded sales in her but they don't seem interested.As .

ever said that shipments cf food to PORTALS CLOSED: the past year were for all cash!: the last I beard from my son he

Germany are being made on sched- was in Marysville, Calif. Could you
ule in toe with recomrrendanons Back Claims Denied Calledned' Coin nocr give me the correct address .! these ,

outlined by Herbert Hoover following I Almost six billion dollars in back .. ,.I. different places there*-Mrs. C. :M., I

his survey of food conditions claims for portal-to-portal pay was ..: '" Richmond Mo. ,4
there last winter erased from the books when President A. It would seem that your beet .
Truman put his signature on bet would be to locate your son
;:,.. :!1' :
FLU STOPPER: congressional legislation designed to fd 4Itk. (;."',.'" and through him your daugHter-fa-
relieve employers as- well as thegovernment. law If you ban his serial number -

lets ,Mold TestedA from such claims -';vr ,; 1i'i suggest you write to the Bureau
s. possible cure for influenza maybe and at the future. of Enlisted Personnel, Office of the

forthcoming from a newly discovered Although he opposed the w:!,-.e5;! Adjutant General, Washington. 25,
green and black soil mold of organized labor and overrode an '. ,'. D. C., giving his full name, aerial
according to an announcement by appeal for a veto Secretary of ,,' > r -;her and any other information
the Society of American Bacteriologists Labor Schwellenbach the President you have concerning him. and ask

emphasized that he was certain thatit ". fe( r his correct address \i
So far although there are preventive was not the intent of corgrp!: -s t ...,i:. Q I have a buddy who served ra
Gt THE ONE AN D ONLYKEi vaccines for flu. no specific nullify past gains made hi: lat:- \ the Canadian army daring the war.

LOGG S COri14 FLAKES' cure has been developed Not yet Explaining his reasons!' fcr fin gv Is it true that he is eligible 'er benefits

I Di Tt4E WHITE, R5, ANDGit.EE.J tested on humans the mold is saidto << the bill he said "Bups; : ien "' of the GJ bi '-J. A, F., Waterloo.

PACKAGE. REGULAR have shown a curative effect on will be able to plan with -"uran-e ;<' Ind.A. .
chicken embryos and mice with in for full production and pace reactions. ,; Yes. The GJ Bill, as amended
OfcFAM/LV/ SIZE.AIDTOOHAI fluenza. I This will be of real to'ue to "; m December, IMS, makes its benefits -

There is one hitch. however The labor and management In a c .ntinued \ available to citizens of the United
mold-bearing earth, according: to the i high level of em pic%-rent" i States who served in World War

two scientists who made the discovery il At the same time he repeated V;:s II with Allied forces provided they

was one of numerous sam- plea to business for lower prices ave' not applied for and received
ples which came to them from allover and requested congress to take immediate .e same or similar" benefits from
the world. Just where that steps to increase the statu- the government for whom they

particular bit of dirt came from tory minimum wage from 40) to at served. So your buddy would bee
they do not know least 66 cents an hour :,giWe for the G.I. bill benefits unless -
Hans Eislrr, brother of Gerbart he received a "r habDita1iD allow

OIL JACKPOT: SUGAR STRATEGY: I Eisler who is reputedly the No. 1 ance" from the Canadian government -
Communist ia the United States VA has ruled that ta* re
Soviets Hit It Advance RationsTo was called to testify before the habilitation allowance of the Caaa-

house un-\mencan committee.He than government is similar to tie
have been discovered enable
Huge oil deposits supplies to moved while
I is a music for the American
under Russia's new industrial railroad transportation is available composer readjustment allowance
M.-... regis the Ural mountains I hoasewives and industrial users of movies, and is said to bare composed even though this country provides

R GROWTH nearly I.. miles east of Moscow | sugar win be permitted to bay tow inspirational music for the for a larger_allowance in the case
Communist of the
-TV. Oil d 1M lie according to a Soviet announce- allotments in advance of the cus- party. individual veteran
Sb.myoouitialpTo.wl'mxleo.K I n... bn< of Aid.no.Nair tr..tk.. i,m>*. j ternary rationing date. Q, I was married to a soldier ia

9.taatto. Caw or Meaty ldaodd: Moscow told of the finding ofcokweal" i The Sugar Rationing Administration J Record Slaughter ( November, l tt. I sent oar marriage
Wrtf. toCJUFOMUA record to him but he
PUNTS DtSTliiTlOH CO, be.r oil reserves following explained that, because of the was seat
.o ...auafr Ne/irat.c.rf. completion of exhaustive tests m i! transportation burden which wiD develop overseas before receiving it It has
the area now under development as : later m the year. a second A new record for slaughtering of been two months since, and he's
frontier : cattle and calves was set during never gotten it yet Is there
an industrial 10-pound stamp for consumers (No anyway
The' announcement indicated that 12) will be validated June 1 instead April m all federally inspected be can make out an allotment

$ >O virtually their entire production system 31. were lower however, reports the Will I get u allotment from the

to the east will be helped considerably 1! No specially designated 'home department of agriculture time we were married or from the

by the newly discoveredoil canning sugar stamps wiD be issued Cattle killed reached the alMj-ne time the papers are filled eat? Can
depewrt Geologists are said to this year but the allowance of high during April of 1,303,137 head his parents receive aa allotment besides
SPRAY have tapped coal and ore deposit 1S pounds available for home' use compared with 714,860 for the same his wife, if it is taken oat
A SUM OI/JCr-KUlf in the Urals previouslyOUTMODED I will include sugar for canning month a year ago. Calves slaughtered of his salary? Mrs. E. J.. Baffalo -

D.s.rMT____ numbered 678,449, comparedwith Mo.A. .
saaJII LINt CIHMIW r0.,..S.a. ..M DEFENSE: 445,043 in April 1945. There should be some evidence

--- I I Dentists Are in Pain Too Hogs killed dropped from 3.857 i of your marriage. So if you cannot

v. '\. -14GIRLS :2--4! Rockets Far Ahead Pity tt.p..r J#... ..be. 6.read 972 to 3.15745. and sheep declined j get another copy of your marriage
; E\er-nnproving rocket weaponsalready M 'r W yaw teeth Hits tea mgt from 735,882 last April to 1,326.589 record, obtain a statement from the

WOMEN !Itry have rendered obsolete the t but drill ...1 tnti 10 *stt vie tot this year. lowest DCe 1939. | minister or other official who per
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yep formed the of
ceremony, or a
ef the copy
best anti-aircraft gross army a..... hi Million Dollar
(ttt awl ,\ this If you're&ERVOUS ordnance your marriage license and send it
and Paul W Uartm aa j
navy 1 kck < expert, has asserted Tttt, *l bat tt ttt HflUeJ utfij million dollars believed to be to your husband. You win receive
The tic strides made IB development Nerlbiteuern..iunity ubtel///. the largest amount ever paid in this 1; the allotment from the time the

of rapid firing automatic I Iry. ubib utirug t* touch its ti.- country for the publication rights to army starts deducting the money
to CaTUM CATS' Of M rtk- radar-directed guns have been far '.ffI"w, Jt" t. uork utttuf Jou_ foreign material has teen paid for from his pay. His parents can receive

Do tem&1.fnnctjonat OIIUI.1 dl.turbtmt.bia- outstripped by atomic energy and .. iftcuUj iwtOnttui took Winston Churchill memoirs hich : money direct from your husband
m&&. JOII lest Dam?& I guided missiles, he said. .f st Jtmf legit it ./ me mtrt UU will run to five volumes when com- ;I if he so desires but to obtain
so writ a.Dd UncI oo-St L PULk1WD'audI s UmesfTbea w'e'- Three important features of a I I.. .(' tb. Pftttut linn attti pleted. The New York Times and i an allotment they must be dependent
tkbl Compound 40 fly Lrdla to TIl**. suet tirtp- good defense were cited: A long- I Ie.tist. kt tb. 4 fttrrtft If Je.tiwI Life magazine have purchased the I upon him. If you do net
toms II I/. .-*lor tHUI Taken rtrttlart ; range detection system; a defensive I b* brgbt /. itt ., Nisi... serial rights while Houghton Muffin receive your allotment you might
rUkUam-c CaopoCBd bdpa tt* umitraty ',l n.s, tbttr '
the twit I will begin publication write to the Office of Dependency
stuaat auch ant 1 rocket to intercept eeeny company of
build vp f..Mgaos I .: Gus tfiR b
*** tftt ltJ by sc.ye.n. .
Inst. 1.0 a area euxuchIC sonnet I IIi:1e. and destruction of the eoemyi the work: ia bock fcrm next Jan Benefits 4300 GoodfeBcw Blvi. SC

UlIl L!lIDJIfI CaMrItY' I i tmssie at a safe distance I uary. Louis 28, Mo.r '

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Lake Okeechobee I f. Kirhhoff and Charlotte C Kirch- four consecutive weeks. Deaertpti..f Lssd 5 T R A., T. M to.. Assessed
hoff. his wife: William H. Schruben DONE AND ORDERED In Moor I
i I and :Mrs M. E. Schruben. his wife Havtn. Glades County Florida on I East 3.9 Ac of W% of Tract
Theodore Klett; Theodore C Klett 1 this 8th day of :May A. D. 1917. 1 less Rwy Tract 27 ....14 42 32 I'.'' a E. Kwna '.U
Continued from rage 1) and Mm. Theodore C. Klett. his wife CI.IRK SEAL) Tracts C, 7.L13&22..14 42 22 H... R E. KurU __ 24.92
'interests between the commercial I Charles Mitt and Mr". Ch.trie. ; I.-v D. ? WEEKS Tract :1 less Lot L t, .,22SB 42 t- '.14 M. :Meyer n__ 14,41
hit wlf. MrsII ,' i K tt -C 'i- 1 1I .\- 41 1. : k circuit C.vur' inind & N 3-4 of NEIy of
fishermen who have for years *'>.-' Norma KKtt: W..1. Pepper for f>!h.s Count). 48N\. & Nk of >, of
*TMd their I 1iaV.. A. Pepper. hi" v.lf.V. Florida. : 8'4 of
living in these waters. and"" EII k
Raulstone and i.o '.V I!. .. May 9. Ik, .':3. 30 8% off W of

sad the advocates of protection for his wife: Manford RiehaixUon NE'4 ____.2. U U 337.31 a. E .Kurta ft."
ipne Etta Richardson hit ..'f* : Ti: "nv < : N.y vi' Ntji lass u. Ac .

HahMil Richardson Had lira Thwaw- Richardson a.y ___ -25 tJ II 1t.M a.. E. K8rt.a 1444
,. is trot in the interest his wife :Mrs Margaret Richardson MllKK OF /'O34PLFTIO111' III 11I.KI' All --_'____ cal ?.?_ TraasakeU AUy. Mitt
of I. Russion: Mrs M rtha Richardson ,'AUtBHTn<; FUll Till AU _______ 3 $3 Ib Wltooa Tramaaen ....
cttMorvation and its coaatitalalttT Coirwell. Mrs. Wide V. Duff; l'fbiiC or IIEt!14itaJEC71Oa All ------ a II" 44* Wilson TtaaMMtt JUttr. 44L414S
< may be questioned Nt Clifford Guy Willard" and :Mr*. Clifford t\D (<<'Otll"111Ic' i All --_______ __ 4 II II 441 WHaoai Trimmill Att -. .....1 I

UY Guy Willard, his wif.John All -___________ i II sa ft' Wilson TruuMU AtTd(. -II.n i
paaa4fe may sad I hope will Smith: Mrs. Addle G Smith J. A.I.eWUl an I tt ttSt .547 Wilson Trsiroit A. _
IrMat the responsible eitisrary elFterita a* President and Director. and Tta Pursuant ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: hWl4 -==-=_=_ =_=__527 tt 14* WMk H. Jaekaso 1117 !
sole Liquidating Agent of to Chapter 20&:>$. Law!' 1SSVSV
surviving ,. Nh 21 11.3 22* Wm. H. Jack 31.34
to thMtter. f Florida. -- -
genaiae concern in Acts of
Republic National Bank. a dissolved Everglades 1941. relating to Tract 1 5tr off aide ;f G

Missouri Corporation: Geo. T Board of Commissioners Drainage District the Tract a ___ _.___ i II MS K. EL Kara _...:..- UI i

"1 shell neither approve mat vetathe i a. dissolved director of Missouri Republic National Pril'IIt.1 Drainage District... of completed Everglades It Tract of 1 to 8 lie *that part l
1 I. tracts 9 to It lact J
bilL The judgment of the tegtelatire Bonnie M Busch Jackson budget showing the debt service requirements That Part of Tracts: 24 to !

.1Il- stali.." W H. Pontius and Mrs Miley A.I. beginning of the District during the 31 me N A R of RR .__It 42 tt 112.22 & B. K ru IIUI j
Pontius, his wife Mrs Ethel Pontius year November and on the let day of fiat Tract i9 8 W of RR __It 42 22 .I C. B llfaor: __ LII .
West: W W Pontius and Mrs W. W. of the ending on the 31st day All Frac or LoU 1 I __ S KM WUaon 1'r.-u City. 3,8
succeeding October, und the
Pontius his wife, if alive and if any All Fracline 824t4 itt Wilson J&&
Mr. and Mrs T F. Sheridan and 1 Trammell 1; 35
came has been placed on file in the .
be dead to their respective unknown ==
office of the Ridge ._ ==_=...:|* fZ 3s
Cheryl were visitors in lies Palm heir, de\isees, legato, grantees, at room 807 Secretary Comeau of the Dw>West trn Lwts 1. :. Block 2 _, ___ Dale C. ...... __ ..N
i Building.
Beach Wednesday creditors, and all other parties claim- lot Block Dale C. Bst1W
Palm P -ach. Florida where the tJ'I : -
ing by through under or againstsaid be examined -r __ ...=:::=29 12 :5
parties! respectively; and to all I may you that said and Board this will is to meet notify Lots 17. 18, I'. 29, Block hila K aa.wa __ "I C
persons having or claiming any interest I lleaford __ -___ :_23Lots 40 :Di
Ht said -- p
place the of
on 12th day June,
in the subject matter of this
25. 2C. Block
A. D. 1947, at 10 Eastern Standard
under against a. m. I
through or
suit by. 19 __ Gs.rgs' au.
Ttane of the said day (being not US
..n or more of said Defendants hei- Palm-ihe fll.
< less than fifteen .. Plat >.. 1 1 41 -Sf !
days from the date
TOPS n named; and to all persons having Lot 3
Block 9 __ JIL 3L 3/101 .N
whatsoevern first publication hereof) for -'- ? -
.r claiming any interest the of and Palmdale HIs Plat :%.. 2-1 41 5H I
the following next described lands; purpose with hearing objections Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. Block SI .__ Margaret 3.
complaint respect to said budget = bra;
You and each of you are hereby : '-U
-M\.n notice that Moore Haven EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy Pah-dale Ilia.. Plat >.. 4 I 41 2f
I Ii Company a Florida
'\elopment orporatlon, as plaintiff did on the W. D. Hllsabeek. Chairman. Lot I1. Block (9 ___>__ .1I. c-- .N
8th day of May. 1947. filed In the ATTEST; Lou 1, 2, Block Itt _____ P. A. Miller .II
'ircuit Court for Glades County. By: K. :M. Throop Secretary. lots 1$. III. Block 13SPalmdale ]If& Ms G'do-silk ,83
I.'(londa. In chancery. its Bill of Com- May 23. st, June 6. 1947 HlalYatJ..t : It :D
Plaint in the above entitled cause Lots 11 to 2* IOCIflock It I. B. Akio. .N
each of wherein Iu IS to .0 luce Stock tt Dstrtak
unst you Ii r
ind H whereby you said complainant seeksto OTICK: OK T.*\: >u..: _%M lots 31. 32. Block 29 ____ =... .1 3.
in and DII.1\glB\T Isle E\: KIM.I.ADKS" ..r4.t.. .t Lafelleu 42 ::slot
quiet its title against you
t.. the following described lands situated DHUMI.K D10TRKT T.\ \Es 7. BlockD" __ ____ a A. Brake .N
in Glades County. Florida to- ladia Clly ____ I 42 :a:
u it. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lot 1 C. Block "B" _. Mrs. B o. .iniaaarv..vir. .N
Palm _.__ 42 29 .
The Southeast Quarter (SE<4) all lands delinquent on April 1, 194'. City .

HOME CANNING FOR Township of Section Forty-two Twenty-five South (42S(25),, for non-pa)tmt..niec for Everglades the year Drainage 194i: lot Lots 32.2e. Block 21, Block 4 5--=:=:: .:::::- :w tat

Thirty-two East (32K). and so much thereof as be Lot 18. Block 8 A Lot 44.
Range or may necessary
of the Northeat Block' ______ Mra. a. 0. AUIOMMra. L23
CAPS the South Half (8%) to pay the amount of taxes on
ZINC >- Quarter (NEH) of Section said lands for said year, together Hooker Illy lark __ l. If 42 2'
Twenty-five (25) Township Forty- with the cost of sale specified in thelaws Lots 1$. 1C. 17. Block 22 Bva atery BraMHIiC Jt
bar to vet! $v,. to iso4 UM. tot two South (428). Range Thirty- governing said District will be Lot S, Block 43 __ __ Basis ......... .II
hove 42 2 pLots
still WoooJawPark
i..r.tio.s pr..r..cs and the South u --
East sold
two (32E. at public auction beginning at
,nl Tk .lioW 3. 4. Block +C" ____ In.. A. Roiohnrd .p
.oet ,"lewi r cop Half (S%) of Section Thirty (It', twelve oMock. noon on the second
mess vcttwfvl lea* ta .i.8 today Township Forty-twu South (42S). day of June, 1947. at the front door Hlcala-d Terrace ..____ _Z If 4: ai
th.t6. Range Thirty-three East SIR). of the Court House. In the City of Lot 14. F.lock U: VV_ W. K Lawrpp ,N
...jy IraM it* ,... \h and each of He.more ___ ..__..30": ::9
Now therefore, you Moore Haven. Florida and continuinguntil
t.mf*** -'icI.- to a5 -or. foodbsitort you are hereby required to file an said sale is completed.A Lots 44. 45. 4.. 47 0 1 & Imuds F.
flay MOl >I>.. 100 *tl>*>1 *MAT Appearance in such proceeding on or complete list of such delinquent Ut
before Monday, the 9th day of June, lands is available for public InspectIon : Palm hew. Plato.. 1 9 39 31
TOUt GlOCIfJLAWN A D. 1947. at the Glades County during the business hours at the rut 1%. l3. 11. 14. Block t4 L. Jarvto -.3
PalM flew. Plat :\.. 2 S! 3. 31
Florida r.-
Court House in Moore Haven office of Tax Collector for the County -
3 and upon your failure so to do of Glades, in the Court House at LoU 19 to 24 -- Hock '
the Bill will be taken as confessedby Moore Haven Florida and tnquirieas 57 f {7UMass r.,Gadr UIat
you *M default will be taken to land included in said delin- Lots 3i 33ai; 3T Block
_____ 'T W. 8eGU 1W. 1.13
against > i and said cause will prod quent list by mail or by telephone
1 ,..... ex te or in person during the business Hall tlly __ :* SLot 41 30 .
i J IT If t'ORDERED that this Orderr hours, will be fully answered by said 6. Block 18 _.____ B. P. DIcIIa.- .q
.. "...bOle.tabe published In Glades Tax Collector. Lot 3 & S% Lot 4. Block
'. of %8 _. ..... ...... .. 15
.unly Democrat, newspaper R D. VODER. Tax Collector '- r--
I general: circulation PUtli. in Glades Glades County Florida. Lot 9. Block 45T --, J_ 19apas : '

< 'ounty. Florida once each week for May 9. 14. 22, H. It47. UI
Lot 18. Block 14iHlienilty ----- D edkW..... .-__= .11
n ...!.. to Mall t

'UT .___ ----I.II W I
Lot 3. Itlock 35 _._ _____ Dorotkq Walker 31
1- NOTICENotice Lot 2. Block 37 ______ HIM Hsaderssa i. rata a .11
<<'.n.._" Mew. _'... To Hall

.Is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold ( sly 30 4-1 3.
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I it public auction on the second day of June', A. T>. 1947, at 13 o'clock noon. lots 41. : Dorothea Walker .JI

I it the Court House door In the City of Moore Haven county of Glades, Chicago A .Texas_ Add. T.lIall .21
.. .... ..... .... State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the Pity
;ame. together with all costs of such sale sad advertising Lot 11, Block 34 ___ Dr tae Roy I4eary .N
r.-iela Add. To Hall fltr .27 42 M4t
R. D. TODER. Tax Collector of Lots U. U. Block II __ Dorotka Walker .tI

Glad oeJl County. Florida. l'ala..I __._.. __ .3 ae
MOWERS Lot 12. Block 35 __ G... ''I' Ti.spar
Lot 17, Block 4S _:.__= 1. B. 1'7osck ==.. :II

tot 9. Block 42 ---_..._ C. C. AJ'MW UI
Ix>t 12. Block Tl ----- en- "... Msrs3ad ...
Built and a Lot IS. Block 71 _._ 33r& I. K s.--
Repaired I-ot 1. Block II "__ I. FL 1lteveas __ :I I
DF.SCRil'Tln\! I.A U e i 5 TO WIIO'l ASJIs'.EDi lot 21. Block tt

i : LoU 1. 3. Block I'I:: :
Lot 1. Block 127
Sharpened By i a s t I. Ft 89eveas __ .
it B < Lot 8. Block 1M .
Lot %4. Block 142 _, 19aaklia Flick .II I
(liras Charlie CurtnerAt Lots 28. 29. Block U 'T. J. Mowells .__ MWilliam

Sw 14 __ __ 142 28 168 E. W. DuffinrtOD and Lot 17. Block 71 .__ H. Avant ..ttWUllam t
R. A. Gord08 ___ 'I." Lot 4. Block tt _- H. Araat --a. MBrar
E' ot SE'4 4 SWt4 of lot 1. 2. 3, 19 to 22 taM. f

SE" __,,_ ___.__1' U 28 10 E W. Buffington aDd Block 118 --__ | Padgett LIS t
R. A. Gordon __ ___ 4.14 Lots 2. 2A. Block 12* Brady Psdgstt JI2 s
E'. of W% & 8% of NEIL 'M'ltstI 16, Block JJ.IlfIl- Beady Padgett -- \:11
& SE% ___I' 45 2t .oe James S. Sammoa __ 11.71W'I 122. = lis.ry A. 8ehbatr = :
DAVE I* TOCJiI.\ 'S I __ .___....I. fit If 3ft James So S.mme. .__ __ 14." Ml Block 125 ____ BI'ady Padptt .N ;
MAC111XKUY Tracts 38. U __ co W at Jt Mason Hamilton _____ .n Ixjt 3. Block 129Lots Bendy =:: .53 ;
SALVS and Tract Block 4 Charles V. Austin Exe. 1, J. Block 12* =:= Bradt == .53
ItKPAIIC SEUnn: Tract 1,0.Block t _..:===Y = I: : Charles Ia Morse : :: Lot 14. Block 121 __ Mndy Padgett .II '

Tract I. Block 4 ____I' U at 1. Jln. Myrtle G. Walker ..53SK Lots 1. t Block inLots Brady == .1$
of Tract a, Block 4 ---II U Jf i ..... Frances A. Gssd- $: '1. 8, Block Itt Deady === :.N

____._ .oodao .. ____.--31 43 30
Phone 113.W ClewLston, Fla. Tract 2. Block 1 __---2t n If I. eGorge D. Read 1.53. bit Lot H less Des to Lewis
Tract t. Block I. Tract 12, Thomas. Block "'B" Jo & Headry 14S

Block 2 __ ._ __.__34 n It 2t Godfrey A. IJad 1.23sW Begin at NE Cor of Ot Lot

Sat ;of; of': of\BoJ :'Blvi-f: :: :: 1: rEo = Nskk :.f3.32E'4 RR"Q" Rwy.Run N 8 along 394 Ft RR W Itary to* .

OTICK: NW% of BW3I Dr. ..82SW'4 to N Line of Out Lot "Q .
fo SWK _= 2t 11 I: : A. 'JL.l'Co-= 1.84 Then E to FOB S4* ft. _. D. W, kaiaad.

Glade 'ounty Board of r'ommissioncrs W% oC SWJo o SE", kSW' L.ts 84, 87. 79 82. 124 UT Joe m. Ha.n ;
Joe B. H 4salrr
JoOt.8..81 flo.re
at its regular meeting MOD ,. of NW% of 811" .t -
\ Hatesi __ II A 12 42 23
J y. June 2. 1947, will pealed \\4 of Eli of 5W% ofSEk
.rocpiye F. Madill ._ 2.74S1t'4 lot 1. Block S __ J. T. Taylor f*. Jf.If
bids flashing for of the the repair County of"Court.House roofing and, of NE-- of W.1 : : :: : :r':: Frank Calvin--==:':' :,92S Lot 12. ___ Lts11hPeCR' Man I.jJ!

Moore NEV ot SWIG _.27 41 Grouse & Son .__ 1.84 Lot z BlockBlock13 rv:1. *+bso -
Haven Florida.
ft == it..I.
-x \ :: "r..GJ 1'5-:= Joe De VeMeC. .
It that the lowest Subt N\V ___.t9 It T. Waters = __ 7.39Ek Lots S. 4. Block
I:1ex: ft at T. Ta)I.r Lakeside !Sub. :2 42 :32
offer will be "aeeerted but of W% of NW'4 4. A F. Dukf'rllCh list 3.70
the Board reserves the tight' rejest Tract is 2 45 31511. H. Wright '_ .n Lots C. 7. Block 5 M. y..cor Lft
and all Tract Fred Strunk 93Tract Lot 14. Block 7 __ Mamie t nebetcaJobsou
any bids.J. At -- : :t = 1: I..
E. FRIERSOV Chairman I : ==== John W. pe-=== .93
Glades Tract 21 20 J. B. Laycock Keederleeb.! _. 2 42 3Z:
County Board
Commissioners. of Tract 4 -==---1: :: I: 44 Mrs. J. S. Spurloek--=_ d Lot 33, Block 2 __ Amyer Smith 1.74

Attest: I' Tract __ :: I: Edith Parker -_. L24 Lot 24, Block 8 .. W. M. Tancr -=== 11
DS.. Weeks, Clerk J Tract :: -=__ ==-D :: F..rJtE. Griffith Eel. = 93 Lots 3. 4, Fleck 8 === HaUte Arehie

May 1C. 23. 1917. Tracts 15 --53 I: Mrs. Garland Irish -- 1.24Tracts R. D. YODER. Tax GoHettor of
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I 8 =_ : -===== August L.gertTl4 = 134 Glades County Florida

Tract :: :: J. Stevens -
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IN THE CIRCUIT COtKT 0. THK Tract S4 _. __ -=': Fanagopula 1:

T" tLFTti Jl 11ICIAL CIRfllT lAND :\ Tract n -. "- :1 :: :: :: Mary Alice Gibbons _.. U
FOR KLAIR 1'01'\Ti. I Tract =".== = = Mrs. John Mart-lead : :
'LORlDII.L Tract 39 .. _3S Royster 1Varriag Mahan NOTICE
IDa. I\ CIIAXCEnV. 004 :t I: : :1
Tract 41 :: ==-=__ S Lskes Bros. Inc. ___ :
W% of SE% of 8W'4 ___ -.11 u II It H. W. B.ckwailsr ._.. ___ 1.21SE
TO cU'IKT TITLE: I ; of SE% of Nfl" _II U" It Dr Lee Roy Henry __u .9/ Notion t hereby gives that tM f..wleg described leafs or 10 taaththerssf
toe the alMUllt due for Dletoa Salami Dr--
wID be
::3oIOORE HAVEN DEVELOPMENT! r.raOff SEI= :: SV : 17 :: I: I: Larry Bc Taylor.t.-P .M age PeaK as beeola Nt aoee.stri Mite t.e. the same. together wIth th .et (d sitok
8W NBt .15 Jacob Harms
Florida Sad
COMPANY. a Corporation : fiats advertislag' will be.sold at public auction, on -textIMA. day
..taintiff.RMPIRB Groszkruger Aim 114W'y = Heodred Forty-seven. at cloves at
CM A. If
of IS U II I. Nina Larson LIt
of SWI4 8E14
.a CoSrt in the City of Moore linen County of Ote-s state
Hoooe ,
SBCURITIS8 CORPORATION. : $ 8E 41: 55 It Dorothea Walker --' U4NW the
dissolved Florida Cor- : \ o.c ,\f of \v" ofU 3f nGrid4-
.poratlon, et al. of SE% __ __ II n.. I Mrs Amanda L. Slocum 123S R D. TODER Tax Collector of
I Dfendants.OTICK \ cf Si\ of 8W'4 : 423: 25). H Hobeon rri.r.tf: Glades C...". Florida
: TO APPEAR of of NW 42 22 hies, Frank ::
ORDER OF Pt nl-ICATlOV 1C'y of SE-. of SE __ 4 U" H H. P. Dickinson __ Lt4 .

STATE OF FLORIDA TO E% of :E% of 1 W\ ofNE ,
% of ofSE
Empire Securities Corporation a y' of NS\ ___-18 U It 18 Doroth". Walker ..____ LiS
dissolved Florida Corporation: $L Ely 01 SWra of NB% .VV_18 41 II It las. E. Bradley ___._._ 1.14
'Louis Union Trust Company a MIs- Lot 11 ______ ___ ___-18 n.. 10.. )(. Baker ____ _____ .n
rHOurl Corporation, as Trustee Flor- Tract 5 21 Clyde E. Freeman __ a
Haven Corporation a dissolved .'01- :Tract 9 _'-== = '---1: ; = G -J. H. Stevens _-= u.1 : DKHCRIPTIO i OK LA'D : ; TO WHOM A9'E!!ED
Jda Corporation; Glades Loan and Investment Tract 31 G. C. Hitchcock LIi t aa
Company, Inc.. a dissolved Tract 23 V VV. --=--. : :: n :: Fra.kl/n Flick -===_ 3.84 : : i
Florida Corporation: Republic Nation- Tract 18 Oust Panapepeta .93 a t
al Bank a dissolved Missouri Corporation Tract 1 .=-:..::= _.=ft ft n = Mrs. B. G. Aathany-== 1.14W too a:; -c

; the unknown assignees sue- % of SR_%, -- .. .- -__ 8 4. II Sf C, L. Blackburn __ lUf
In interest trustees and any ;; ;
essors SK or riftof of: It"" % of
other party claiming by through., under :'I"-f,6, ___ ___ __It U S1 14 Francis M. Boynton
or against the aforesaid defendants -- Est 1.SS Tract S4 ____.___12 42 21 14 R. N. Brantley -I \6.11

'irJt. Phelps Vice President S", NWi; of 8W14SW 4 U II 14 Jacob Heflin __ .91 TracU .9. C2 n ______ 13 42 32 20 R. E. KurtiS n.u
and a .. of Empire SecuritiesOarporatlon. "," of NWi, of N"11 41 Sf Ie George V..U..k __ .9] of Tract 1 -.14 42 32 Edith i. 8. Aly L41
a dissolved Florida CorVfntton Tract iC III SVVii _____ -11 41 S1 14 Hugh A. P.raa*toa. _- .91 TractY 14, 15. 24 = --U 42 32 33.93 Thoanaa W. Kurt 4111
: Jas. F. Cogk Secretary and NV, of SH of NIP el E 3.9 Wtt of )hand
Tre-surer. and a Trustee of Empire 19 Schleeter 1 less KOy (I.9AC
dissolved 8EU 15: 4: 311: Margaret 2:58 42 3* 19.92 R. E. Kurts ILLTrAcsTracct /
Securities Corporation., a of SEV >i-m.-= 14 9. Lyons &. : Tract 27 (lIaJcl file
Corporation; L. A. Amend. Anl.t.nts..cretary ElW"," of NW 4 of NK% ___1& 42 II 19 Rassell Paxton _---a- 93 7. ( E
and Treasurer, and a Trustee S4i of JlW1i .f SW, It 42 II 24 Lyan J. Irwin __ 184 13 (11..1 Ac)
of Empire Securities Corjk>ration. SS of NEVI of NWHEH -- tJ 11 2* Dave wok __ ____ 1.84 Tract -2 l1-AC -___14 42 32 14.44 R. 1:. Kwt 8114
; a dissolved Florida Corporation Isaac of WS" of SB\ Ofll SKN: 2-4 of NEof
'T Cook; Karl B. Watkins Executor NEy Henry A Schleeter NBU: NH of WM. of
of Isaac T. Cook Estate; L. C. Miley. Frac ES of 8E*-of >-w'4 --f: :: fi IS.I: T. J. How-Ils Bat -= HI NBVi : 85; of BK ofNBH I

V Earl Miley Goldie MaleyTBailey. SWli of SW 4 of ,'W8.23 42 11 14 Henry A. acMeert ,n ; SIs of SW; of '
wife : -al 42 ttM ..'It a 1 B. K MI .......2 .51
s h is, ; Mrs. EH of Tract 34 __-.. IS II II Gorge F. VhHh .n : NEI4 x.
Ada Miley Barnard: Mrs. Marc SVfof; SWU, of ?E" ____ .It .. II 2* Mrs. D. E. Hoot UI S.f JRr .'"4 lose M4 Ac 'i-
UlJeV ; Mrs. Wanetu MUeyThcTmpsonrMrs Tract 14 (la EH --- 4 It t* J. J. WUgtes8K. ... 41 tt 7UC" a KBlta' ,t, I ,. .. ".
: Eunice :Mile: y Miller: Tract t4 -- II I. N, AraM-qr 1"' racts 1 to 8V taw *: That <"
Roll Mlley and Mrs. Roflrls Wits Sllkr. Tracts St. 42KH 3 tt m. Heft 11.41 >t _t TractsA. 9 M II taeVrWiir _- F7'. .; '-: ;
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wife: Mrs. Mildred of Tract ___ = !- .. C Mlflk & t. t Air sa That p* r
Cor. Harris: lM'_ MJoyid f/ -- : E : 42 IC S'l' H a-lwrt J AHfGJI. !
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