Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00206
 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: August 29, 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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00206

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, VOLUME MMr.KK" is MOOUC. HAVEN., .n.onuJ.U". .}, ACGL'ST9. .1017 SUBSCKimOX: i30 FHR NEARS
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"' 1+Aol Will Open Here Miss Glades County" Carolyn Bryant Wins

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I ; Mon. Morning At 8:30 As 'Miss Glades County'


I: f". General Assembly To Be' Breakfast In Hollywood! Sugar Mill ProgressIs I Very Successful Contest.,.

s I: Held In High School II i Party Next Thursday Yet Undisclosed I t; Raises Over $900

I AuditoriumThe I At School GymnasiumThe For Pool J \\

I Mayor F. D. Tann. seeking rot -

local schools will begin I Moore HaveuVcin in'r, . ( oration on plans of Tropical Sor 111M Carot"-D'; was crowned -: \

i their 147-43 term Motriay morn- is sponsoring a "Brt>ahf.al InHoll'wood" r .- ..r erection of the plant h.re'i I last Saturday midnight as "MUs
t lag with a fall day of school be- Glades Count," by Mayor 1?. D.
party next Thursda) j wjrk having been last set to start I
Kiaojac at 8:30 a. .. aad
wading at
Taun to culminate a contest which
night at the school gymnasium to- early in September, got ia touch I ;
1:SO p. m."Principal. be manner j had been underway for three weeks ;fi
carried out in a similar with officials of the company by
M. E. Morrison said with seventeen: candidates for the t
to the
famous Tom Breneman radio telephone Monday and was told
-_ that a general assembly will beheld program each morning. ?lon Stalls .; that full details of plans would be i title and by far the moat successful -

: in the auditorium of the high will take the part of the famous mailed te him in a letter that day. such contest la the history Of 1

school building instead of in the !f. C. and the entire program is ar When the letter was not received the county. ]

gymnasium as In past years to which I ranged according to material furnished Thursday Yann called again and Proceeds from the sale of rotes *
;' patrons of the school are invited. by Breneman himself tslatii r J_ _, __l.__ I the President of the company. J. B. In the contest went Into the swim' j
faculty members
; will be Introduced A splendid dinner is being arranged I !Caldwell said the letter had been ming pool fund and '}In. Emma
announcements of by the ladies and an ad mailed and would give more information Muller who had charge of the' al-';:
f tehednles, etc.. will be made.
: mission price ef $1.00 Is to be than could be given by fair as chairman of the finance
, r} The faculty will be complete to charged. The club is hopeful that : phone. 'j I committee reports that the fund .

.l':' r' tart except for a bandmaster and there will be at least 15$ peopleIn JUDGE PERMANENTLY The letter had not arrived this.]{ netted a total of 1914.77 from all l
home economics instructor and every attendance.All morning. sources. .

eftert Is being made to fill these the ladies will be expected to ENJOINS OKEECHOBEE During the conversation Ur. Caldwell 'I! Miss Bryant the winner of the f'
.. two positions as quickly as possible.The I i
wear the funniest hats possible the made no commitments but said title sponsored by Oanlfs Bar- ands
latest addition to the faculty older and uglier the better and a that the company had been "werkng Package Store, received 31.589 _..
is from John Semago who comes here prize will be awarded the most SEINE FISHING IDES]! hard" and that everything was rotes and Miss Betty Jean Barnhlll
Frostproof and will teach
oience comical. Prizes win be awarded cnoving slowly but steadily forward. sponsored by Maude's Cafe was the
and boys physical MucaI for prize drawings and other things Asked about growers contracts he ruaaer-up with 2,09e rotes. KIM .
tion. Mrs. Bradford will teach the during the program. The Matter of Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor otLeon said' they expected to be able to Barnhill had led la the early toting -
: fourth grade thus completing the Ceremonies will circulate throughthe County on Tuesday granted make them ."very soon." taking second only the latter j If
elementary faculty.A crowd Interviewing rations ones a permanent Injunction against the ICb.rch part of last week. Third place wentto :

full hour lunch period will be la atteadaB.ee. There la no script, taking of fresh water fish from To Miss Blliabetb Jones of Palm- I :/
given all students from 11:45 te the only requirement for success being Lake Okeechobee and the upper St. dale with 13.947 rotes, her sponsor

12:45 but serving of elementary that those In charge have a general Jokas River and the commercial Moved NextVeek I. the group of boys In charge et __ .j
students In the lunchroom will begin idea of how the program to fishermen lost aaother round ia the the DDT spraying program when ;

at 11:30. The lunchroom will I conducted.One long legal battle to return' their the contest opened; Miss' Peggy
begin operating OB the opening day ''I. of tbe most Important items seines to the lake. The sane Preparations are completed for!! Stalls sponsored by the Arcade

i! and the same price for meals will will be the choosing of a "'G od judge had, on July 2f, crested a moving the Baptist C'nrchundinC1 1=i Sundry Store was fourth wits J
fee charged as last year, JOe IIr"I i Neighbor." This will be done by temporary Injunction and the'final on the new basement Sunday School 1,713. j

; Fred. Van De Veld will again have : requesting postcards written anytime ruling invalidates the three Vets plant on the next lot. This work I After the queen had been crown. 1

: chars of the lunchroom. prier to Thursday giving your passed by the recent Legislature win be done by Leonard Brothers ed ribbons were pinned on several .. !
I Bases will be ready to s.&n.: choice M a good neighbor and the designed to permit the fishermento of Miami who are expected to begin of the entries by Carr Settle Kin i '1

.; promptly by I:to each afternoonsand reason for the choice. Simply ad- continue their trade in thesewaters. work on Monday, or Tuesdayof Barnhlll being designated aa Mla J 1 t -Ii
I M much earlier as the bus] dress them te "Good Neighbor Com next week. Services will beheld Moore Haven because of the raa-f c .i _

drive can get his bus loaded &adj mittee." Moore Haven The committee This particular fight was a Sunday In the thnrch as usual. ner-up rote; Ills LoU Cos was*. .! ...;

I be sure that none bar been mieeed. will select the good neighbor Jurisdictional ene, to determine (Continued ea Pagii 1} 11 j ,
I J After the J-.JO adjournment. (OoaUeaed on Pate'8) whether the state board of soayy

T ration or the state gafljr aji4:treh .t "
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> \ water fish' commission has jurisdiction :

Assessments over fishing in these waters. Vets Will Open Big : ....
y The waters are designated as salt I

Irnr'pri by .an old legislative act which has i
: CommissionMillage given the conservation board Jurisdiction -| 'Fund Drive Sept. 1st.: -

By for many years. Uowev r,|
the game and fish commission contend I -

. that they have jurisdictionover I F. B. Hammond Ad Sponsor Campaign :
all fresh water fish regardless
Is To Be Set;, Accident Injured of the water In which: they maybe In Arcadia Hospital To Raise Money For't

After Roll Is Removed To Tampa Attorney found. Pat \Vhitaker of Tampa Thursday MorningF. New VFW Home ; '
AcceptedThe recently joined the legal staff employed

Those injured in the auto-train by the commercial fishermen Veterans ot Foreign Wars, Poet 'I.
and will return from a North B. Hkmntnod, Si, of Lakeport
crowing accident at Boar Hammock la
city commission, at a special 4I5C, will fire tile opening gun Y. '
Carolina vacation Monday and immediately died al three o'clock yesterday
campaign to raise funds for the
meeting Tuesday night, made some on Thursday night of last a
go to work on the case. (Thursday) morning In the Arcadia Qf. VFW home la'I
rather radical changes In property week who were taken to Sugarland building new I !
assessments for 1947 particularlyon He expects to go at once to the ; Hospital where he had been taken Moere Hues Monday. 1 #
Hospital for treatment were removed Supreme Court and ask for a constitutional -
improved property, and.1 a i' the eta f previously. He had been The campaign will be carried On I r
to Tampa Hospital by ambulance writ which will permit
result of three changes are running ill a; hi* home for several weeks of in conjunction with the sale of .
f a legal notice la this issue giving early this week. Some of the resumption of fishing until a heal ailment and whets the attacks tickets for the barbecue, aad"Giveaway I i a
the victims, less !
seriously Injured i such time as the legal battle is In ', j .
Jeep" now progress
the lot and block number and the began to recur It was thouebt.4,11I'le r
had been discharged earlier but ended In the courts. mo"e him hospital It is expected that the close of the. I
J new assessment and will, at the Mrs. Anna Belle Baucom of Tampa I to to the ;,
next meeting of the commission He lived only a few hours two big drives will see tae local:_ 4
i and Carma Lee Keene of Avon Park I
hear any protests which may be after arrival.Mr. post well on Its way to achieving i
t required farther hospitalization although -
L made against tbe increases.c their condition was reportedto I MOBILE X-RAY UNIT Hammond had been a resident Its ambition for a. fine new modern '1

Although assessments have been be satisfactory. of Lakeport for the past year building here.
raised considerably. IB many cases but had lived in Arcadia for the Click, commander of the
One woman, Mrs. James Keene ,TAKES 441 PICTURES post announced that two teams will .1-.1Wendell
doubled from the previous assessment previous twenty-seven yean.
of Avon Park, was killed ia the
I participate la the advertising can-
Survivors Include 'hi* wife, Mrs
made daring of very low ,
years accident, and her husband, three the Army
palga, one representing
i property value, the actual tax paid THIS WEEKThe Dora Belle Hammond; two daughters -
daughters sad sister were Injured. [ Mrs. Chester Starling Selma, sad the other the Navy. The first i 1
will probably be len for the homeowner *
than In previous y ars. This 4 A brother. Perry Boyd of ATOBJ I N. C.. and Mrs. Ted Cssell of team te till Its quota of advertising ; 1
Park was uninjured. Mrs. Keenej j awarded l
be a
In the campaign
that substantial X s Moore Haven: five sifters, his mother -
Is due to the fact a mobile unit of the
was said to have been seated on dinner by the losing side with the
decrease has been made in the bond Moore and a brother all of whom reside -
State Board of Health, in
the seat
I the right side of rear losers paying the bill and also doing
ed indebtedness of the city; the Wednesday in North 'Carolina. .
which struck the train when the Haven on. Tuesday and KP duty after the meal
\ millage for this debt, the only tai car skidded and reversed ends asbrakwi of this week took a total of 441 Funeral services will be held Details of Campaign _
paid by homeowners where homes I chest tbe two days. Sunday afternoon at four o'clock
were applied by her husband X-rays curing The advertising campaign will be '.
are valued at $5,000 or under will the driver, he sighted the This figure compares with about from the Roberts Funeral Home In
I la the form ef a Sponsor Drive,, la ? ; .
probably be cut substantially nn- I train in a driving rain. The more, 2SO pictures taken February of last Arcadia and burial wlU be In the which all business' places and ladlrldaala 5 l

;, der present plans of the commis" seriously Injured were seated with I roar when the Matt was last here. Arcadia, cemetery of the entire county, aa f

sioners. her la the hack seat This year colored people from! well aa la nearby communities, win |

Last year the over-all mlllage I Shawnee- Farms. Benbow and thelocal Labor Day Celebration be given an opportunity to partict"- ,* 1 : '
twenty-five mills, half of it for I quarters were brought In for I
was sold la special
Don Wilson Gets I i pate. Ads will be a
bonds, half for operating funds. It Jimmy ,. ,, X-rays helping; to swell the number i Starts In Clewiston section of the Glades County Democrat -

had been proposed earlier to increase House Scholarship but on the other hand there was 4 I I giving the name and address
Saturday NightThe
the operating millage to i only one family of Indians this year of each sponsor of the drive for the

fifteen mills, the maximum permitted ! against a large number from Brighton I' new home, and signifying the

by the charter, with an extra TALLAHASSEE." )"- Winners last year. big Labor Day week-end celebration I amount each has donated.

two-mill street Improvement assessment of 141 State teacher training On the first day a near record planned by Post 93, American Each advertisement la 'the special

and eight mills for bonds. Commissioners scholarships were announced last was established when ISO X-rays Legion!, of Clewlstoa will get will be the same size regardless of

now feel that with the week by State School Superintendent were made in a single hour. The underway Saturday night vita -. the amount contributed by '*e,

Increase In valuations the bond Colin English. total was considered very good (a dance at SugarUnd Auditorium various sponsors. ,These ads win

:: miRage may be cut te four mills!t{ English said that James Don a county the else of Glades. Only with music by the Air Chords et contain Ia addition to their name

making the total mllUxe 21. and'I! Wilson Moore. Haven, was the win- yotths over fifteen years of age West Palm Beach. and address, a replica of a Honorable -

only the four to be paid by homeowners aer of a ioo House of Repreeea- and adults were X-rsjed. On Monday the first event will Discharge emblem commonly -

unless the City Attorney, attire teacher-training scholarship. The unit appeared here under the be a Junior baseball game at 11:SO referred to .aa,a "rupture

rules that home owners mot also Jimmy Don plans to attend Stet- auspices ot the GladesHighlandsHealth to be followed at 12:SO by a big duck." Aa ordinary emblem signifies

pay the street Improvement tax. *.. University the coming term. unit and county TB and barbecue to which all who have a donation ot five dollars.
This milUg will not be finally set tooknmlD.UoDI Health Association headed by Mrs.J. purchased tickets will be Invited. Certain -of tile emblems 'la. the ads
the amended tax roll Is ap Applicants tor the awards M. Couae. Assisting la the clerical -
This ticker also chance oa the emblem
and the gives a win contain stars over
i on July 11 work at the unit and much appreciation *
proved. the new Chevrolet sedan to be given each star algalfylag as additional
lots was a great| winners were chosen by a commit- If expressed for their *
Valuation city \ .
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away by drawing at two-thirty. fire dollars, donated.
ta proportion ijtee from the two universities.The help were Mrs. Fred Flanders .!lr..
deal higher wilt be followed by a baseball game For donatloaa ot one 1&.a4re4...
valuations of Improvements and forthat I next examination for the Kenny Jlnrdock Mrs., Coase jrs.d between'.the Clewlstoa ,and West dollartoripver-bjr ..Indlt1da 11..c a"

reatea uo-chauge was made In ( teacher training awards will behel d Joe Mathesea.and- MUc'-Jo. Anne Palia Beach entries inHhe .Coast- earns or, corporatioas,' special**4.,

; lot valuations. in October. English reported. -. HarvelL ; ,1 Glades baseball league. ,, I' (Continued-OB Page.*. <"
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knr the,haUktt wtB-markea pal ft jiare.ia a 5b1I I fh Tax-Exempt Co-ops Are Studied Bf the fOnrijmtHf ate: pavers

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tab i to to made at the kaaqet Dear CalaaUa: :
C-as-ctiJ cswrged tr: kid _
bet job is secare.Tke I
Cacsrat&tons Ga coopent, sacr: rest a Ti as the ty enm>est
: tost way to keep.. ke trih a Cocperstoira bosp3al ia I t.u eew beformyosed except afcr

upgrade is to stay*a the lereL project to teach medical stadests :e 71 w&- has been passed by

lQii ttioa is something tome of the quili!catices ard Ui- bath :.-jsf paxiliatnect! aad new

.- that sits ap with a wemaawtea eats of the country docbr.5 I get is t: i-:- 't war R-isaw d the

ktr tiskamd remes it tie propcstfica is to try to bed I jai

tome hte.Beauty tcto the doctor c! tod..y soaseft -g Du. to bras Bra? ostf e{

af the raood aad hs2u2ny of tbe oU fcer ar:T -- -: stam?. tie fc2I _
fasawed esad I
rural "uw3
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I jaac aE tw f:. What this ccsrtryneeds ea.o! ..o.x.aIId ladast-r to dasvtasBC

and Health is same ncre cud ft.Tned srac'-: -? asd erery.t .
Sectors who dact wit to nai e tat :t the
::> a iatjora.1 nv.
By Simple EzerasEzerdse
e taMi*'y too fact and w- get cp m tere-
its middle of fiie sight.
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eat ia Rent ia tethaiQaesthe tat .-
eevotry 4lector. area wJ>ca not tar .faf se.rdAry

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.ettlt-rash. tad a way dthe makiaf ask:g tat yarIu =-I'
pabeoi feel better aayk.w. And cst sbort a pdceccdcatsoB

Can Cur frfeaterer yev aflatest was yea Plane btdkler Heward Basics tat aleef sad aloe amid a forest so 3iecaa "
Th.Q1t eeald ret *ct *f it wftkeat a eevle ef chairs tx a MUte eaacas tweet after Ole tartstigatiao e*Ids ariafie : be co haD te exasfae i -

Ugy es at leekloans. eectraets had bee aknptly sad laysteriessly caBe4 -.t:. Hearers ; tfee zaeasares w.dj'

wen scheduled to resume creator 17. the gvteraax wL: cr.4er.

n was tj :siLer. ts ge:: :eu. j' Edes

ARE large calrcsCy fcps; tee? tls wtr=i persacal coacern: that CONSPIRACY: V RED SAUCERS Tbe base cscaet be
tej yaa fron ea. nsf slacks temped: as ar:..ch as see cf bis p2s.Toa : u abseDt spexsalr whne the govern. t,

asd cti.tr tportff ar' Wky pet' bdnt fci bin c? wtti air j Probe Prices 5btietj Curious J med Gees a spine tma tbe nu..m.

tp with them my kcger Yes Jar faaariai exploit every tie yes I egg f'U.- mat Tiiim. also a
tan ter5y tacit away that 2abkf and tin !:I.. Mara Americans vbo bare bad tot3d Tlose 2ymf deb were ::s vide Be-aber of fee Qscaerrative party

Sesb tirostfi exercise.Ecrcc -'- empty Ce3 pucketbocks to f 3 : tars lasted, bet:: by this t=ze erery-

.I. - I key that CeixmWa aU this larders probably have esteria ed.frara body Las prac&ca y .cot l I EVDEPEXDEXCE:

.s* &at bed.. &t aa.e era. Coi rstawB kesptui wd try toressrrect :: tee to tare: the theory that ham.
M.a t1 aaadt w Sr.e leisI. cuzieiit aat!mgrriiral costs of tr'-g we:, almost rmjboJy India Riots
1P& taft CT .* ACTt. nwmc tgttea a s.meOia( of f&* iptrtt of I t
fr. tar a.r.. s .. this .w toy. n were a conspiracy at some sort. Latest report bancg to da wsflithe
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h*. t. ,..e fin tMC=: MrT .. aerial cisziaware i t-. dan blare fate-
M VJOft* tern: left. S DVCA CSSCft A-. wba Ute modersr nectar'syN Now Attorsey Gezeral Tom dark is Cat S rid bI b .a beeaJe a laud d free
kI2 world hart a medical has beea stra k w 'te same idea I areca is tae Crjtrf: States have !! tax. tract 1b:: 2B1 died m. ikIoItt
be Etas, baht i ea* a. ..cared twrcvw --Hr. aid he is lead stripe abort ttthreaieairx heeD tam to hoist the gysterycf :t'
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rat o* b 14 I**, sett tttatacn, e jail sentences far ary- tbe tska. rie" -''''iu .ac fix !!- 1 e acrfters cf -
acs $.4 see r cm). -BaW 44t ; ; pan to be trac. ft yy vnvnee Psi
Ttestt tlewtf aRea s ..rs.r The oU fag ; cocztry doctor alt wbo eta be proved to Lav as.. at least. ]! Laiere. Sse eat.
w.etara..,. tot-n1n. I4J weq tat rocia ja asywijere. asytze. toazybody cccspired to keep prices of food, fiat dc sauces were Dot cf Ess- t f ter d caq+ was tbe cea-
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e-- He fcew doth&gj the gr {3: tbe strata- c fa as Tray at first be- ,
Crea vttBMt, hectdtt ta:. U4!ts yocr first cazc.ywsr Jin'e4. I fcHr e also t** pbee tibrgegbncl
W-:=e'. rrt case sAl yccryourjt tJere..Assmnr. I ISar.et '! the wed scad eat P'aiab casatry

.enrrt names. He eras a ""fet toop" alt 3de* rywrj re agues tare are ;: ... Vide s ctsKis .f LaScre
said have wen
kaew e. doc sat the Jcstice beea adtased &at Sbebrres e i
Foot Sufferers canary Azythaary g deparfccett ordered a L I afar*
caikf caa da b bmf back tutee ii2 scale sretifatki& to deterssewbe&er &e fiyzf: sxscers: j|I
Eekx o tot 8er s ssaa ait there I r::: .t bare SOE C mrnfmnB infliarrcy Tfcss toot plan oc Cx ere Gfb.
a *tasty +aal S prtiat cr s y1:. M I is aey sw .erlp bed -
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ben..st: Basaet. Sacerely jn.=' *:y fpotcesaxa tsrrted to poirtect j : eae=y radar "r I' the IDaa: asses at
&7 tIetpW ac ruds.CO dlN7alo tmticbse asa free gthg
Etaer.AshocfcSt that &*tr reccrds were uab>mjsied -
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e::e tag oe era: nes. INQUIRY: Cusr fIi be 1IIICis&. told, at

pea prices art b. g tIe -a7rtTTve. fee: CIO f.&3ra2 Tiro Questions IJn.J'I, ty 1erw'Ib..ass to bi&-
; Afa&a aad we Rem fa: 23 tqioft tt.&tccqress tar eesatrst aris.ctd d the

a rerhral a: C. old. days wbea be s=meted tr.toIessXa crpd I A Mz S! tt* pcifc is act too eS i pe i actr'; cf IIdia DID tees trep .
(J people drrcigf by m Sriar=*d aboct 4 rue saresoe- 1cIr 1
a raotor car to resent: price e tnb Co! t )! Doe c: 'Ce rsasts : the
were obrioctiy c: te oceeyed back aad: iercejy v&f ed d-J Gear farms. '
prices to where
they were
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A mm lass' wbes CPA expired: Ca&cresxia&alririrtees I tic post war bathes :a tit b Se. D.. fie 01A.i ..A.Qy .-,

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..ite..t.My.rHsaoetr... aad cooperative esterpnses. w '
aL..ac A pnce bxreases fa the tad aad < raid ct den tar -
.. : +taraY. :.parr a,.-1snor.m Vegetarian President ICdwest Crcx: ; tt Sw ftol is tbe Sad: fisalca s+erbe3attas f tn.

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tna apt tar aw b..a r.r-r:: .:: n=a far the: presideacy of tseUsSed easd dept eta srnety pnrate bcsbcss is ax Frtca. C=s i tbreg aa'rnbie *;
"'; -.ir.. or tin :. its proposed d rm to ccesbat aeg s -
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Gem of Thought t i

IT IS of eloquence as of a !

fame, it requires matter tt

feed it, and motion to excite nand .
it brightens as it burns. J IB sk.penirjr: a luu:e on en i R..,cb ds w 3I open care quickly -

Tacitus. G tyrt +tio emery w.ecl, be ce *a.a tut: 10 ii a onv of sugar is pat into

E sCR :,to SPICEENE digress from the original angle of I j the rase.Nothing.
1-* uU mat**4 bas kou
Released by Western N *.pap r Cafaw. the edge. Sharpen: only a fettle I -e-
II Vul away troubles, hs ..oat .f marks
se -
person gracious
II TUNNETTS interview on at a time or "burn" the
them you may
unr b.pbes R1.rk By IM.Z GERHARD p as his practice of treating
Trtas. fear in competition is one of steel.A .
i CLAUDIA MORGAN has the most interesting articles I have -0- older persons with respect and
I haven't any time to make than one taxi read" writes H F. 1.He told crumpled newspaper rubbed : kindness. Develop this trait in

money and I don't want any driver the surprise of his life. what fear does to ever the burners of a gas stove I your child Point out to turn reasons
anyhow. Money is more trou- The star of "The to many "\0"' '''- after each meal will keep the ironwork I why be should respect his
Right Happiness" any competitor
, ble than it', worth.-Horace I But in a dean corditwo. I elders and don't make it a habitto
; Greeley. frequently finds her game. discuss their shortcomings in
time so crowded, between please explain thisI When ironing ruffled curtains his
j The spirit of trnth-setkiag Is { always have understood : presence .
broadcasts and stage 1 do the ruffles first then iron the
appearances &
i the dominant ideal.ad demand that most '- I p1e-i effective
I that she has to use a taxi fc ; body of the curtain starting at For a method -
i of our day.-Anon. a dressing room. She jumps into the soldiers going into the top hem and ironmg down i| of cleaning coil bed springs use
battle a s .' 'a'
it were packed ward. radiator brush.Advertisements.
t cab, draws the shades-and steps with fear fear
i, out at the theater, ready to appear uh.ch -
they overcame t
behind the of
footlights Daughter
ji Ralph Morgan, niece of Frank, she I thought the First\ew England Pumpkin s
IJ %t LJL % ? comes by her dramatic talent utuCLAt'DU test was of overcoming true cc urage Pie Wasn't a Pie at All!

ji .., ... ,. ,: fear It '
is my opin- Gene Tnnney When the early New En!: ;nders
i ion that most brat made the first pumpkin pie it just

{ men are afraid, facing death or de- wasn't a pie at all It was made
feat, but they rise above this fear." by slicing off the top of the pumpkin

1j j Fair Question This happens to be, by an odds, scooping out the seeds fillingit
J "As soon as I realized it was a the most Interesting angle In sport. with milk and spices, and sweet

I crooked business I got out of it." Certainly, the brave can be afraid ening the mixture. Mean

j 'How much" and the dumb, minus any imagination The pumpkin was then baked in

can remain unafraid.A hot ashes in a brick oven, and the 1
i Equal It complete absence of fear is one fitting was eaten from the shell. '. A Saving to You

"Mary, you are breaking more of the rarest of all qualities. We .
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crockery than your ages amountto. have known only three men so

I What can we do about it?" blessed Theodore Roosevelt Jr.. I SNAP! CRACZLZ! AND TOP! SAY. . '

"Maybe" you'd better raise my g .A Capt. Eddie Rlckentacker and Cot
. wages. mid Bill Donovan.

There must have been many others '
Suggestion We are speaking only of the tOtla!
Cmtomtr Gin m* II pound */ MORGAN tested
three that we have seen '
then gr*pis sty bsl>.*J u fond .)
,11,,,.. Do jom know if tbty "*... bees rally but has won profess.anal where death ua a completely un-
friJ alb **j tiN. gpoison..' laurels by her own efforts And be- important matter whore life was
Clrk A .. .. even more unimportant-compared
o ** ; 7-'U bas so tween broadcasting on all the major
get bill tbt dreg Hon. to the job they had to do. They also
networks and
making stage ap-
I had imagination.
Plenty of Experience I pearances she raises pigs and But in the matter of fear and
j chickens her New farm
Alumnus-Hov* about the team? : on Jersey courage, there is no possible way to
Are they good losers? I compare sport with war In this respect -
Coach-Good! They're perfect. Fifty boys from the orphanage they belong in two different
next door were allowed to enter the curl j&t RICE KRISKESfej
worlds. A brave soldier might y& /
: rounds of th- old Banning estate in
The real estate agent asked such I Wilmington. Cahf. each day white up in some competition in sport. A
an exorbitant price for a corner lot strong sporting competitor mightnot
fifty Screen Actors Guild actors Be sure TOO get.Amertra's Uvcclt rice easeaL
that the client politely asked bow be so hot in war action. P S
: aged five to eight worked with ., the one and ooy; ftSogft Kit Ysiapi&
many barrels of oil it produced
Evelyn Keyes and Glenn Ford inColumbIa' .
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per minute. Taro Different Games
"The Mating of Miflje" i

They were pretty critical the Sometime back I was talking with BUBBLE CHAMPS CHEW BUB

young acton were playing orphans. a, a famous boxer. He was an army -
-..- instructor. "I can't figure it ah '
-and this !laboratory-pure,
An original rhapsody by Oscar out," he told me. "When I tap a parents approve -4....

Levant has' been included in the few of these soldiers in the nose foil-wrapped, quality bubble gum! ,, ,
score of Warner Bros. "Romancein they want to quit. But next day t'

High C." Levant, who has a featured I they'll go over the top or lead a fat Cfcufei nccmt fnwtom.oos..ays avmA: "BUB RING giv'' s BUS ytmUuw '
comedy role in the Technicolor charge. I don't mind being hit in *big.csamonoolup bvbbioi that always -
musical, will play it in a night the nose or knocked down At least w. And hs fatb.e, Mr. Hai P.ni.to .
club sequence ; I don't fear It. But I don't believe aajc Tm glad Cbarha pfW n BUB. I hans
ha m d. to UM Mug's ta o-both for
-4--- Fd lead any charge against machine a ,SSOr sadr.4r

Fitting oat Braderlek Crawfordfor funs, without ducking Into the first Bus nwia all Pur. Food sspw.o..tal ,
a policeman's uniform for "The foxhole I saw. I guess iff two eLf It'a mad OBtiraty in Ow U.&A.--Md
Time of Tour Life was quite an ferent games-two different angles matt tvuttry i

Cars, trucks and tractors affair. Going Lot* the role In the ."
William Carney production on bnrt Here he called the turn-two dJ- j jI

shouldn't smoke, either notice, be borrowed Nat Pendle- ferent games and two different angles 1 I
Um's coat Dick Foran's trooper that are far apart.
"Sben your car, track or tractor and Ward Bond's shoes. Broderiek
Back around 1911 I saw Christy
engine starts to smoke and burn I
says Pendletoo is holding out for Mathewson cat the corner of the
oil. it's a sure sign of wasted screen credit en the coat! I plate against Home RUB Baker for

pow i r.Sealed Power Piston Rings -+- the third strike and the game. Only a.e...,b..Psi..P..
will cod that waste tare oil, are Many years age one Sumner the umpire called It a ban which --

gas, restore power. There is a Getchell had a prircipal role in later led t. Baker's home run. "I
Sealed Power Ring Set specifically which Clark Gable, Charles Farren. Inches the Mat
eat tee ever plate, OJeHEACE
engineered to do the best possible Janet Gaynor Gilbert Roland and ty told me later He bad the eour T ET
job in engine whatever the George Lewis were bit and extra
your age .. do this la a world series.A .
make, model or cylinder wear players. When the picture was done
condition. See your Sealed Power he quit: said there was no future in few days later in a golf match Jl1I
Franchise Dealer! that business Recently he returned Mathewson and I played with Mike 4cV

,; 1 for a character part in Donhn and Fred Merkle Matty .
Seeds postal lot tUtttraicd. *- i "Ever the BeginningM "I think missed a putt by three inches His

.utforaau sew : maybe I was mistaken,* said be. hands were shaking.
booklet 7 ti ,
oa wars to taw : --'t-- Here is the answer. Baseballwas
oU. It i tree and nay ,
sal you loci ol.oner. Tony Martm's really going to Matty's garr e. He had the skill

Scaled Power work this faQ Hell continue his and confidence to meet any situation I TRIED THEM .
Dept. WI.Nu&cJOeo .
Corp N CBS Sunday night show. and star in In baseball Golf wasn't his game.
"Casbah." a musical version of On a general average I would say' ALL DURING THE .1
"Pepe Le Moko" at Universal-In- that the basic quality of fear and

INDIVIDUALLYENGINEERED ternational He'll also do a night I courage in sport must include three WARTIME CIGARETTE'i

a,551, club stint factors-skill, experience and condition -
-+- which lead to confidence Tho SHORTAGEFOUNDTHAT

It's radio news that NBC has letdown confident competitor, who Is in
SEALED POWER the bar oa transcriptions. Ml shape, who is experienced who has CAMELSSUIT

PISTON RINGS these years Ralph Edwards has his chare of skill usually comes ME BEST !
been petting e two complete ,.
"Truth e* Conseqaeaces shews s # .eImBA
each week, one fer the east coast, Few Are QuittersThere

a second one later for the west. The are not many quitters ta:

first four programs .f the faD sea- sport Quitten don't like hard competition R

TO COOl BURNS s.a win follow that procedure, bat and the grind needed to get trcnstart, DWiiIo.I .
beginning October 4 the first show them up around the top. This applies
SCALDS CHAFING will be transcribed and broadcast especially to football and
and conforuiut later for the west coast
CRHOINTSlENT' boxing, the body contact games.
: with
--t- Among the most fearless the
lUholes aBttsepOca and na
aiding medication.m Nothing else Though he's one of Hollywood'sbest greatest competitors I have seeD

like tt-nothiztx ao comforttntorture dancers Rory Calhoun had to in sport are: Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth I LEARNED
u&J1t for 'spa caused kiatrwolea. take lessons in teen-age terpsichore Hans Wagner. Old Pete Alexander
dr.qe t ; .\
ajwas" "
role in "Mary Hagen J
for his I Walter Johnson Bobby Jones Walter FROM EXPERIENCE
Seems he's fine at the tango the : Hagen, Gene Sarazen. Harry

rhumbs etc.. but had to learn to I Greb Jack Dempsey, Gene Tunaey, __THERE'S NO

I bounce. : Tommy Hitchcock Dev Milbura
--to- and too many football players to j OTHER CIGARETTE
Bob (Believe It or Not) Ripley I even start a count
gave the most original of recent I LIKE A CAMEL! '
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Idea this
parties: took about 30 newspaper I Tonney er angle was :
press with the best have
? and rnagaztae writers for a I "Get ready yon
to gire. Condition is terribly Important I
sail en New York's North River fat
Butt uut in run a his Chinese junk the Moo LeL I although there are Betahie .
RHEUMATISMNCOtmSLUMBACO --1- ; eiceBtJoM. Te cu throw

Perry Como has signed a DODo these et against V tBovsaads who C L Jost t mGnAIn,g o ti

cancellable. J-month contract with ; sued ceodiUe There are always

the sponsor of his NBC "Supper I exceptions that prvre tee rale Mom people are smoking
dub program which returns to Bat wee tie game le wa. whatever

MAGIC the air September And will Hollywood ;, It Is, fear of defeat and worry
note that abort the matt mast be eliminate
producers please
For fear of what might .ppea win CAMELS
when Como made a personal appearonce

at the RKO Boston theater I' B serves tti year sad, IB bran tars trees wreck year any < .... f ..;
Urs.a.ab a r&f-II$ e ter members of his fan clubs paraded I
IMTMS *H Silt M Mltntu wr I Want More chance tar ceordtaatia aetweea ..
: with signs J.IJ'incWe .
mi urn mn u MX.-I rk Como Films.** mid sad mascle." ...., .. i"' _

.eta acts n, 4-w Mtttuntu t Mnuj _

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the mateiral fe actually printed. lkq v wtyl be able to train local j jer0peatan girii<
GLADES COUNTY Jo Anne Couse Wins Miss. Moore Haven
Then it can be printed OB aor in a siort time

DEMOCRAT Award After Finding: e. kind of agrees. Before announcing -I all the ncwpsaper publisher

the process these amusing new need in addition to this spec

MOORK HAVE. KL0RWA Bottle On Beach : type printing plates were tried on I uipncnt is a good preen He? ctnl

every kind and type of printing junk his entire composing

laterep a. secvd Anne mart.... lit>> with amazing success. I and cut his payroll In ball
I' I$l7 || the PoatofOct a1 Wo3n While on her recant vacation at press
Raven. Florida aDder the NI of The metal in this new plate The proi action of these "peg
Beach with her parents
C.cutfrts ol March 1. 1IS7 I Fort Myers
I #r weighs less than 5 pounds as
Jo Anne Cou e found a bottle lying aged" P rry-Hi fiM plants w
... against 46 poun-Js under the old
exulted I of coarse, take tone Uai
and quite
the beach was
I'..11..... L.eer; Friday II7 I I on when she discovered that it I >n. method. A test run of 5,<**4,999 meat and change are being m e
THE GLAD lie.CMlft I
r\TI\ CO
PJ .
from single -
impressions a
almost but officiate
SETTLE. F.btlkbvrOBC tamed a note. Upon opening it she daily say
tam plate failed to reveal the sBgfetst -! r
found that it wan aa advertismcnl it will not be man months

I' scheme carried oat by Radio Station wear when exasstoe4 carefolly; they will be sole In of'H ergrantlty

!!o..OOC'rtpU.. R...., WINK of Fort Myers f or tfc t alder a microscope i .
Tear _ .::..W
Ton Home Persasaeat l'oml'ny': t' At present only ore type face U | may be ;too, frc or evei I t
SIX M..!.. ___ __. 'I8vEAlvDE'RNGS 1
Several dozen of tie bottle Yo' ,1' '.<,! un to* marhiecs which ar**I years before tle il-ange-over

taken out one day and dropp d 1 1t.rerboart '. tiri hy ordinary typists bjrti present das m.taods to tie.l

in the Gulf a bo it : n 4 .I.,1 i i 1.' long 150\ interchangeable process will imot *> general 1

miles out Most of them had i h< '.t'C will be available and a new | Is bound to com, and the
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recovered the following day o:i i1'. *p. of machine is being developed j paper of tomorrow *ill be

beach whi.'h will set any size type IB one i, ed! and printed at half the O, J

By Carr Settle In addition to receiving a Ton: ,>p"ration by tate same person for ]I is produced today and will

Home Permanent set as a prize from us. headings or in display advertising much finer enpratings and be

the ompany Jo Anne also n.< ned \ far better printing job than M ib

Mrs Emma Mailer who pat a hand- aned mahogany tray BETTJKAX IltUMllLL Already students aae in trainingat present CMC.

aeroM fa a big way the contest for made in Haiti, as a prize from tbe Ocala andilI be ready to go The W J. Higgins Co s aBrlJ
the naailll of Miss Glades County **
j radio anywhere the new type plants are headed by John H. Perry, Jgx
at the dance Saturday night, and Miss Palmdale I to be nstallea.
Thoroughly; familiar chairman of th hoard, with Yaj!=
who has put across c'-ery one of the
Is Let For with the entire
to : operation (Continued on Page t)
treats which hare taken place

raise money for the swimming pool, Redecorating Arcade ;

said an awful lot in a few words

that night following the coronation.She a .
Mrs R. S. Napier and Mrs. E. M. :
thanks to
had her
expressed: !
sponsors and contestants and con- Tanner of Winter Garden, here this Orlando Armature Works
I. after Inter- :1 I
cluded by saying that she felt the week to property

access of the undertaking had eats of their mother, Mrs. V. L.

interestOf Phillips, owner of the Post-Office Armature Winding
been due to the very real
everyone in the campaign which Arcade and other property hare, .

is underway to build the swimming hue let a contract to F. M. Minarich '' Motor RepairingMotor ._
for redecorating the Arcade t a ;
pool a project which they \ '., ."
building, both Inside and out In '"N.
all had at heart. Sales and Service
addition to complete repainting
Because of Mrs. Muller'i efforts a r .
because of the efforts expended by the stucco front is to be repairedand

the various candidates several other improvementsmade. .
the sponsors of and Efficient Service On All
and because of the interest! Types,

And the votes of the people of the i 3Ma.. ..

county the pool is almost a thou- Of Electric Motors.
sand dollars closer to being an ac- ec.

tuality Instead of a dream. Par- Represented In The Moore Haven Area

ticularly do I feel that the committee -

should be grateful to the Too Late To ClassifyBy ) By .'

sponsors of the leading candidates,

Mrs. Maude Pierce of Maude's Cafe RUSSELL KAY ELIZABETH JONKS Your General Electric Dealer

and Kay and Broadns Gantt of
Gantt's Bar for itas they who U 0 H HO{ e U 0 : 0 )(++<...e.H

inspired the spirit of competition When Miss Citrus Center Moore Haven Appliance Co.E. .
and made the affair such a great a group of disgruntled
r Unotype operators walked oat of the
financial success.As C. Byrd
composing rooms of the St. Peters
this affair was a success so
burg Times and the St. Petersburg j
do I feel that the pool will be a
Indepnedent about a year ago adn
great success once it is built and i
set up their picket lines It was
In use. There are those whe argue
"just another strike" to the average
tha.t it will not take In.enough to laymaa.

pay the cost of upkeep. I am sin e
It now develops that the effectof
cere in the belief that it wm make i
that strike which Incidentally
a profit Sufficiently large to payoff
failed in its purpose was to set
a loan if a. loan Is needed to
wheels In motion that eventually
complete it. The continued cooperation
will rob every linotype operator In
of the citizens expressed : x
the country of his Job and every I
as it was expressed Saturday
printer as wl"lt.
bight is sufficient assurance that
In self defense and for the protection
the pool will be built. v
of their property the own-

ers and publishers of the two St.
Once again the school kids are on
Petersburg dailies Joined forces,
their way back to school with registration -
called on the engineering skill of &
yesterday and today anda
one William J. Higgins inventor
full schedule planned for Monday
and engineer, who worked out a
From what I can gather they're going
process of printing if
to find a lot of changes In the newspapers I ex
without the services of t_hsr printers -
school this year, all designed to
or linotype operators.It .
enable them to get a much betterelementary ill T
was purely experimental and JEANNE IIKFLI.V
and high school train
-. designed aa an emergency measure
ing. Their surroundings will also
but It enaUed the to continue -
be much more attractive since the 1r'

complete redecoration of the buildings publication. Later they returned Miss Ortona _kti ,
to the old method. Bat the
during the summer months
printing industry long harrassed bf
and It is to be hoped that the sin- ,
Unreasonable and arbitrary as
dents will be as proud of the ap- V
of unions heard the dt'mand'i : '
story i -
pearance of their buildings as their
Last month from the office of
teachers and school patrons and do
John II. Perry came the anaounce-
their best to keep them attractive. '
ment that after several months of
For the first time in several years -

there are several roent>n the faculty experiment and exhaustive tests : "..'. MAYBE it's travel
the William J. you want-in exotic
and this should make for a better Higgins Company : .<
balanced school in every respect was ready te offer the graphicarts foreign lands. Or thrilling adventure along new

Industry an entirely new method frontiers in electronics
We are still short a bandmaster aDd aviation, medical science.
-of printing, based on the proceeded I
home ec teacher but the wires>. are Perhaps the chance to learn a useful modern
burning ai Mrs Farnam hunts down <,,4

presvects and if its posdble to obtain I If you are 18 to 34 (17 with
by the hot weather which consent)
teachers for these positions and
believe It will be done. usually comes when then is no I otherwise qualified you can frt them all in the s

rain Let us hope however that i Regular Army. Yes it's
iI : only 3 out of 5 applicants
this dry period will extend on1 i I II I
The rains whi< h cavr ''d 11= so are good
much concern for several weeks I through September so that the' enough to make it.That means you'll

have slowed up and have b....>n snc- glades may dr' cut after an unusually I j serve your country with an outfit you can be proud of.
wet spring and summer .

-- Study the pay chart below. That pay is clear.

I You don't pay a cent for food, lodging, clothing.

Sound good? Then-get the full facts today at your

LOIS cox nearest U. S.
Army Recruiting
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cess introduced In St.
FLAMINGO I Petersburg --

4 ant definitely with the bugs through removed the and NEW, HIGHER PAY s imtnairr MONTHLY
proven actual .
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the Leesburg Commercial Ledger blasterScResnt M.dl $erwIee .....

aid Avon Park Sun. ARMY MEN *' Fane Sergeant ,"** .*101 > fisw

.L The August issue of the Florida Technical Strttaitt 133.00 87.73 13 LM

I DAIRY FEED Newspaper News will carry a detailed -il rffSw geat . 11374** 129J&

story of this new rev.4utionarv a* AMlri. M IM,lr Sergeant CorponI .. '. . *0-.oo 63.00 11Z3O

process which QP&Ut'11all1l '
: ss s "ss
Roughage and Concentrated Feeds casting and sterotypin and! jarr"sr Fine. Uses. .
i substitutes typewriters and a photographic 4&.7J I4JS

process 1 t. additIoa to edwu 011I 01 th..bo. ,
.t _
''s Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users Copy intended for publication lathe i 7eff i.aea.e ear Kr.ke oe.n..a S@ '
: II :) r; If 1'011I "'h
--1 paper is handed to a typist i 1 "to$50-a.
FOR SALE Uf TIllS 'RE.T DEHYDU-Vma PLANT M: who u amber a : ar.1e per twang let U .
operate a machine that Joks! pvaebaliec.,. :. Drspp 5 ArmyU.
HAVE* Kro.l.fae .
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: 'WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N.. J.) I seta the Is required.material ot The whatever copy fan measure retyped -- "" .

: .:: 1.,jfJlOORE 1UT'D. FLORIDA for spacing and then "photographed -

'. -i on' a maaneeiaaplat* S. ARMY RECRUITING OFFICE

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II. !Ill and votes made the attatr
f I the splendid success that It.was. I

TIRSONALand : Jfli. .;<' \ FIRST )(I TIIODl! T CHVRCH -
SOCIETY 1tt" II : .t. i .
i t co" ;' : t Rev. W. S. IWnriBMa, Pastot

. i I Church School-19'H a. at.'
-----. : Morning W.naip--U a. ax. I
}Sfi'}+?ti'4t4 G8bs'r'a'a'I'A ; CcccOI.e.I
| The Methodist Church extends ayi
Mrs Joe Tan De Velde visited F II )Uaarkh'lOB., of Loag Island i. welcome t. you. The Ciurekv

in Miami from Sunday to Tuesday I X. Y., has arrived to engage School has a class fr test age.

ta farming activities with his father Ton are invited to wevaMp with as
Mr. and Mim. R. A. WlUia**' this fan and winter in the regular church worship hour.
wet Ttattor *. Brad*.....

-1 Mr. aid Mrs J. K Rogers ht- .()C D-- Persian rat; Wack. greyOwner
Mr. ted Mm chive
returned from a vacation trip 0: and W'III. may have
last week to lUke their home in two weeks to New York and V Yo sum. h! "aynl for this a.'veruaeme' -

Oregoa.Mr Jersey ('!l.rli heridaa ItcFill.

and !hi. L. M. LDly were 1 Mr. and Mra. teary Randall and I .-

business TiaUora la Lakeiattd Monday r am have retara** from an extend j 1.11.1; Fns-roorti hors'. s.th

and IB Fort Myera TaeaAay. I ed two tetls racatioai trip waxh "- ar4tI urnifare Mr!', L. 11.

took tJaea' aa tar aa aorta wester. a -iBoi: ;;i.::. Moore Haven norlc1& -
Mr. and *u. Mack Grcea aa4Rv. W..et_ tie '

aid Mim. Joha A. Moore were .J ,
rWtora hi Tampa W.4a...*,.. Mia. Porotky baa aad ".teI'. Jbn.i
)1II.man n\fLuiM\ OPAL n.ULEKM\ THAT CA\ GI\& hOC t
Patty Wit the latter part of theweek
*:!.(JtO ('.\! t.0. Woodward and Jasae tor their tern to Mflwak*. -
Wwtvard were taataetg visitors Wla., after a vMt ken with Mrs. Misses Opal and Mildred Raulerson \ 3 TEARS
la MiaaU Wetoesday. FIoftoee Ryan. High school graduates, 1'u.%
Married During Past Summe r offered a choke of jobs la which '
in S rears to "
Mr. aid Mra. R i:. Jordaa aad Dr. W. C. Ba r. head tgroaoastet you can save money -

,Jattp. Mae wen >.states tMtorshi at the Belle Glade Expcrlsaeat Starts start your own business Tour
)Ir. and Mrs Lacy Raulercon of I ed by Doc Fo BBttow Tuesday.Mr. *, was here Uis morning look-
'atadate. Lave announced the of Clewistoa. Votes with the new Regular Army
tag over the ramie development in
aad Mrs. Mack Greece were tie area. marriage of their daughters Mu were counted as rapidly as possibleand or Air Force detect a Job 10.-re
Opal Kanterton aid Miss Mildred every fifteen minutes the results equipped to do. The Army and Air
iWt.s Sunday afternoon in Fort
I Raalerson. were posted on a bulletin Force offer the highest pay In history !
)1,... Bales
Mrs. Vernon. returned Sun
board. At fifteen minutes before for-
MIss Opal Raalerson was mar- along with opportunities
day from a vacation visit with her ried to Julius Green, son of Mr. and eleven It was announced that the travel, education, and real security
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan and parents in Cedartown Ga. Mr. and
Mrs. Green of Waarbnja on Jane voting would conclude promptly ateleven Tour food clothing houiiat. 1
daughter Marcia and his parents !>!rs. Wm.. H. Feeplei and Mr. Bales .
28 at the Methodist Church in Moore o'clock and during these and medical care will east yon
TMt d friends here Tuesday.Mrs. met her in Jacksonville.
Haven, ReT W. S. Bozeman, pastor few minutes more than flee worthof nothing.

of the church, officiating. rotes were dropped into the If yon are aa ex-serviceman. you I
Fred Jenkins left Wednesday Patsy and Janice Casper of Fort The bride wore a white street boxes of the various candidates. can begin close to home, with tike-
evtoing for Tampa to spend a Lauderdale spent the week-end here
The result not made'1n01l"11 .
length dress with a peblum at the was reasonable assurance of a one-year
few days for medical attention. with their Mr. and
grandparents. waist line which went into a V at by Mrs. Muller until the coronation assignment la your own Army
Mrs. J. W. Adklns. Their mother the back. Embroidered roses of march started, the orchestra playing Area. Qualified veterans who M-
Tube Phyllis Etherton retimed Mrs. Everett Casper and Scott pink blue and purple adornedthe 1 Pomp and Circumstance" as the list for three years may select the
hot meek from Savannah where she Flanders came for them Tueeday. neck-line. Acsefaoriw were I candidates and their escorts marched European Theater.

has been spending several weeks. white. slowly to the front of tae gymnasium Here's your big chance to leant

Mrs. R. S. Napier and Mrs E. Attending the wedding were her and Miss Bryant took her and earn, while attending the
Mm Carolyn Errant and VernQ -: M Tanner of Winter Garden are parents, her two sisters, Mildred place on the throne and those highly developed specialized schools

e Bryant were visitors in Bowling spending several days here this and Louise and her two brothers, young ladies representing the In the various Army sad Air

Green ,on Tuesday. week looking after the property J, I*, and Lonnie Raalerson. various cemmunities grouped them- Force branches. Toall get tralntag
interests of their mother Mrs. \. Following a brief honeymoon the selves around her oa the platform. for. professional career-with

Mr. and Mrs E. F. Msllwain ofPafekee L. Phillips.Mr. couple returned to their home on Their escorts, and the other attendants -' regular pay checks that assure yea

% spent the week-end with a ranch near Moore Raven where divided into two grasps real security and stability.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood. and Mrs.' D. B. Leahy and Mr Green is employed. forming wings on either side of the I I If you are 17 or over, yea are

son, Charles left Monday for their Miss Mildred Ranlerson was married platform.The urged to get full details as to hew
Atterney Harry P. Johnson returned home in Knoxville Tens., after a to Bert Crawford, Jr. SOB of queen and each of her attendance yon may qualify. Get the facts

Sunday night<; from a vacation week's visit here with their daughter <; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Crawford of were presented with boa with no obligation to you, from the-

trip to points in Michiganand and sister, Mrs. Kenny Mur Venus on August IS at the courthouse quets and flower decorations from I nearest t.. S. Army and Air Fore

Canada. dock. la Sebring toe marriage<; being special donations by Compton's Recruiting Station at U. S. Araor
performed by the Highlands Store. !!. and B. Grocery Barren's Recruiting Office Leon Building.
Mrl. J. H. Dilley. Mrs. Frank I Mrs.Lucy Service Station aid Moore Haven
Mrs. Elisabeth Deteis and County Jidge. Fort Myeri I'll.
Woods aDd BO*. Frank, and Jo Mallet left Tuesday for their The bride wore ,.a white street I IlenA"Ua Service Station. The gifts, bracelets

ABIB Couse visited Sanlbel sad home In JlaY; llDe. N. J.. after a dre..with high neckline and presented to each contestant J..

Capita Jslandt OB '.Tuesday. visit of leTtral weeks with'their a doable ''pleated skirt. Her accessories -I were famished by their sponsors.

r'-- daughter and son Mr. and Mrs W. were white. Mrs. Muller, who conceived the Mark R. Tennant
Mr. and Mn DOB Brtdeer .and F. Muller. Mr. and Mrs. Mnller Attendlag this ceremony were the I idea for the contest and carried It

daughters, Charlotte and Dorothy, took them to Sebring to meet their bride's mother and her aunt. Mr. I through to such a great success asks L-- .
spent the weekend la St Peters train. Charles Raulerson of St. Geroge. that her sincere thanks and gratitude -

berg,' Georgia. i be extended to each sponsor Real Estate Broker

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Clkk of Lake- After a brief honeymoon the for splendid cooperation aDd effort GLADES COIN T LAVD9
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Settle. Sue last week couple returned to Venus where he In backing his candidate; to the I I
their guests
and Sandra Settle and Carr Settle port had Mrs.as Darwin White and is in the lumber business aid where candidates for their willingness and eel CMgreM Bide. Miami FW
Mr. aid I I
Visited relatives Sunday In Sara- their four children Hareid Ethel. they will make their horn. fine sportsmanship; t. all of those
sota. who assisted her in any way and ,
Clark and Muriel: Mrs. Ralph i
Frye. Mr., and Mrs. R. G. Truebner structions for those who wish to
W. L. Bellamy, J. B. Cox,
Settle attended alIas Mr and Mrs. Harold Knester. and learn the game. Mrs. Fred Flanders -
-.ud Carr
their two daughters Mildred and is chairman of the committee la
In Fort Myers
nie meeting
June; and Mrs. Lime Wend, all of charge.

Friday night. Fort Myers", FloridaWoman's There was also a general discussion Get tIN Habit of Shopping atTic
of and plans worked oat for the
Mr. and Mrs. Rkbard Roth and I Club Plans For .i Breakfast in Hollywood dinner to
family of Oak Cretk. Colo., arrived !
be held at the school gymnasium
last Saturday K spend a few days Thursday Bridge MeetsAt I next: Thursday night and also for 1st
with Mr. aid Mrs. David tkaw.Miss 1 the reception for teachers to be heldat
i the clubhouse on September %$.
Taunily i FortFU.
business meeting
Betty D wd returned' yesterday -I the regular aft-I I The latter reception will be open to
from a visit of sereral days of the Woman's Club yesterday club members and their husbands

with Miss :Canty Bows at Holly-t ernoon at the clubhouse plans were and the teachers and wives of hus IHpL 11en,
made to keep the tlnbhoas open on a e
wMd. bands.
and fifth Thursdays for Store .
I Mrs. Stanley Waynsan and Mrs.
Miss Evelyn ibea, a senior at j bridge<; play with a fee of twentv-These ,. Jacob Heflia ware hostesees and x
Florida Slat College for Women:, five cents to be t'har-d. served deMrtoas homemade cake aid
spent the 1I"eeli.-t.ad here as the m et Inn will be open to :He pub- frutt p.Mk to stoat twenty aen- ,
guest of Miss Betty Dowd Ui and it is planned to irmd. hers Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More


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w.ll PHr7, SS.M Bt. aid with
William J HiCBwslv Ti ce-I

Florida pr-.eideat Both Perry are sons
Haven : : : o' John H Perry head of the : '

I ,, ""Mera.W5"'l'r: Knwa and uinesTiinGxLri STOP

owner of a striae of Florida dallv i
hand weekly aw.,.pers and several; SPr //r
SUNDAY and Florida radio stations /; Fighting The
The headquarters of the organisation -

Gene Tierney, Tyrone Power, John Payne is New York:, bat the plant '1'.1 j .

and all oprattoa (. coaaeetioa I "PQ \Y<'
and Anne Baxter inflazoi's with the aw aroeeas art located HEATYou

complete papr by the sew process
: was pulled and a. Pwry'a iaterests -
aN ftOten4 la Ftertda tt well
Edge probably ressaVa-ta IbM Mate Will Find It Cool and ComfortableIn

Carolyn Bryant- Our Dining Room

Sunday Shows-3:25 6:00 8:30 I (COIItIII.. Roar Page 1) {'! MEALS AS YOU ENJOY THEM :

M.M Ortoas Miss Jokes was MinI .

Pilmflale Min Jeanie HeRta was.!I Served at the South's Finest Small Hotel } k

TUESDAY! and WEDNESDAYNelson Mae extras C aHr and din Elsie!
Story was >>.. Lakepart tIMor having -
in ree4vd the lancet votes from The Clewistoii Inn "
and Ilona Massey
Eddy last respective csa_.aHie I

|: The deuce at 4fee Mcool gyiaaaatetl -
: had proaWy the largest ,i AND EVERGLADES COCKTAIL .

NorthwestPassage attcodaace of any sMfc aftair ta

I the history ot the eoomvnlty be-i LOUNGE

j I cause af interest in taer voting.

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-u-----_ __ $ i I! ANOTHER I information on various subjects f feAAAAAAAAAe :


ri J.p. The Questions I The Answers =+"-

% .. ...... .... .... .. .. .. .i x' 1. What color are germs? 1.. They are colorless.cbarectMttta :-'Ji''.. "
: 2. Why are raindrops round? % Because the ;' -
; : usually of liquids is that the particles suet* -
Reload b We.t. NCWCMBCT"...... MxmQmr1Pickles lll :: 3. How many strings are .
r. .... .
1.: found on a harp? as closely together as po* .
Making Homes From Shacks ,0'_ i 4. Do the Japanese cherry trees 3. Usually 46. -.
in Washington, D. C., bear fruit? 4.. Rarely do they bear fruit tet
IN THE little California city of 5. Were Jordan almonds named they blossom profusely. .
Orange stood an old barn in which Relishes, LYNN CHAMBERS MENU !j after the Jordan river? I 5. No. The name is d sipod !"

horses and cattle had been housed Jams Satisfy Taste 6. What doctor first discoveredthat from "jardyne atraaunde" aktttv 5
when the site of the city was but a Boiled Shoulder j' disease could: be traced by ing cultivated almond.

part of a desert ranch. Needs During Meals Mustard Sauce Baked Potatoes |\ chest sounds? 1 1 6. Hippocrates.
That old barn sat right in the center Pureed Squash
I 7. Must some government official -; 7. Yes, the home aeceilasp CIF
of the best residential UCI''On. Tomato-Coleslaw Salad be present when an heir to the tends the bertha of aD .tithe? im
It was an to those h: vng Beverage ;
eyesore throne of England is born? I.the king's family.
homes near it. The owners of th<'5e Baked Pears with Honey
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homes wished many times the tyro -- -

lots, portions of both of w> 'i the NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS _
Scald and skin tomatoes skin onions
j barn occupied, would be s'j'.J: cr.d t
x ? remove seeds '

the down.disreputable structure tc "n Arm M t pare discard cucumbersand their -_. Classic Filet Tulip Set Easy to Do I

back few
But I will go a years 3
and jet the story in sequencer ..ylytw seeds if very set. Aa eaay-to-read "da4"1 e
When America entered World large, pare and E' ,: chart is iecb dad in she iraltlra-
Run ,
core apples.
War I, W. O. (Bill) Hart urs; and vegetables and L tions for this pattern.To .
had been for some years editar of . e
apples throughthe
With the Ri.Viii rtfa
the Orange paper. at he laid aside the editorial: 4ea. food chopper.Add diet cwt tor Tfc ItUp Chair Set (fiat- .
war .
sugar and tern No 5181.| 5 COMB to eabx Yew
pencil and captained a rrline Name Aiklrcai aa4 Patten RmaAer -
cook until thick. Add spices and
gun company in the United States Due to aa fannuHy hr.e demand and
vinegar and continue cooking untilof eorrart condtttws. tliebtN mere time Isrevetred.In
army. Elsie his wife remained at the same consistency as chill ftttmt ordm far a few of fee
home to care for their small chil- mod copular querns S
sauce. Pour while boiling hot into
| Seal your rdeiSETVLVO
dren, regretting there was not I k'a
hot sterile jars. Seal at once.
something she. could do which she

could consider more heroic When 4 Pear Pickles. S3* SmU Well dicta M. NCI C:' tate LE WARK T, 15.snarl. .
World War II came along the government a. 1 gallon pears ... >t .. Paa.ro5Na
told Bill he had passed too 6 No.

many birthdays to be eligible for a o Z cups cups water sugar II :... -s sAddns.

place in the armed forces; that he 4 cups vinegar :::,

could serve best by supporting the Z pieces of ginger root .

war through the columns of his Late-i -seasOD grapes are ideal 2 sticks of cinnamon -
newspaper, and let his three sons for use as conserves, a Jam-like Z tablespoons whole allspice --- ,dI
do the fighting for the family. This product which gives a true lift 1 tablespoon cloves ,

they did. to fall and winter menus. A true I
A year and more before Germany conserve contains raisins or nuts Select firm pears. Pare and leave Yodora <

quit, Bill Hart died in an airplane ,' or both, but they may be omitted. small ones whole. Halve or quarterthe
crash. The following day his son, : larger ones. Boil for 20 min- I

Bill Jr., in the air corps of the 'I Even though most of us like sim- utes in clear water. Boil sugar, water checks '

army, died in another plane crash. pie meals, well cooked and attrac- vinegar and spices (tied in a -
Elsie Hart again wished for a practical tively served bag) for 10 minutes. Add pears and
and essential way to serve. there's an almost let stand overnight. Cook until tender perspirationodor '

REMODELLED: OLD BARN universal hungerfor r Pack pears into hot jars. Cook

The housing problem in Orange, somethingtart syrup until thick and pour over

as in all other places, was acute. or a bit of a L" pears. Process for 5 minutes in a .

Munition plant workers, and officers 'sweet that we hot water bath. rla/NGfST .i//;:
and men of the army and navy look for in addi- WAT
clamoring for homes in which tion to the basic Peach Chutney. :
were '
Made witb kMi Yodora -
55.29 /-eras
their families could live. There 'I foods. 1 gallon peaches b tdue2i MofitBt to normal akin

were no vacancies and no materials This may take 2 onions No harsh chemicals er irritating -,
with which to build houses. In j the form of a colorful 1 clove garlic !
tJST the thing to protect your aha. Wont harm skis tt douiiag.Siavi .
that condition Mrs. Hart saw a tomato relish a crisp green 1 cup seeded raisins : J'
upholstered furniture classic soft aDd oerer geUpmmtf.
pickle or a thick sweet jam or con- creasy
small opportunity. She would turn 'I 5 vinegarY
cups tulip design for a smart chair ,
serve. These accompaniments are I
the family garage into a home. white mustard seed
Try goads kn-/M the vogdcrtoldifftnocct
With such materials as several junkyards I often the finishing, "polished"
2 tablespoons ground ginger '
touches to a meal that make the
could yield, she produced acozy Odd
1 hot red EyelidThe
pod pepper !
and comfortable four-room difference between a success: or a
failure in the food line. 1 cup brown sugar j
home for
a family.She I I 4ar
found a small, untenanted Now that sugar is plentiful we Chop peeled peaches onions, garlic ''I most peculiar eyelid known
and unlivable shack with a useless can indulge ourselves a bit in the and raisins. Add H of the vinj j is that of a rare fish, the cuckoo

shed behind It. She bought j way of sweet fruit mixtures. 'egar. Cook until soft. Add all otbi i; ray (raia circularis). This lid is
the place and using the same Pickles and other relishes don't re- I Ier ingredients. Cook until thick. I round, has a large fringe and is

methods as she hid applied to ': quire much sweetening, and there'senough Pour into hot jars and seal immediately. located inside the eyeball directly

the garage, she produced another Ji the gardens and on the i under instead of over the ::
: markets to make our shelves both
cornea. o..
attractive small home. The above
chutney: recipe may
bulge and sparkle with other good- t
She bought another unlivable also be used with apples, pears or '
to.i .
wreck of a house and again | plums. *
she toned it Into a home-a real i, Think of sandwiches and you immediately -

prize for a family and a creditto I I remember how good
the city. pickles are with them. Then too dIThnmii

.- But Elsie Hart's real masterpiece I you can use them with meats, in I I

is the home she made from that I dressings and sauces.

old barn. She bought it and the two .
Bread and Better Ch1pe.S
lots. The barn was built of Cali- I
fornia redwood. It had not rotted Quarts sliced encumbers I -
sliced I'S.' '
and never will. With gabled win S onions, cider
li vinegarS
dows set into the steep roof an appropriate cups brown I
front entrance, small cups sugar
1 pod hot red pepper
paned windows she gave the house 1 teaspoon cinnamon

old colonial appearance. With brick ;i teaspoon gingertablespoons
fireplaces, three of them the one in J mustard seed
the kitchen fitted with all the appliances I
1 teaspoon turmeric
f of an old colonial kitchen she
celery seed
carried the same imnression to the H tablespoon horseradish Make your batter go farther by ,i
bi'dih; old barn has been transformed I' 1 piece having a luscious spread for the' I

: into one of the most attractive ; Soak the cucumbers and onions I bread or an accompaniment to tlie'| ;cmere
homes in a city of attractive :< (separately for 3 to 10 hours in I meat coarse with relishes and other t '

t homes. brine made by goodies m.Je v while prod- 1
An ingenious woman who is tal- dissolving H cup ace b still avail e

ented in home, rather than mere : salt in H gallon mat s..sae....Mt. eeRMatlsL
house has helped her home town of cool water. Grape Conserve.

solve one of the big problems that Drain well Add 2 quarts stemmed grapes yatatad Itssaruuctrtctiss.

has faced 'and is still facing, all onions, 2H cups C caps sugar
American communities. Elsie Hart vinegar and 2ft 1 cup not meats Start fin M eats a ywi

has played her part. as did Bin and T cups of water to tt teaspoon salt bats al day ...a IIi( tsitbedret.sdg..boUs
Bill Jr.Useless. .I the cucumbers. frasmrai
j . Simmer about 15 For the Concord type grapes, days M ctoM araft.JamaaTtMef .

"lobs' Will Remain minutes. Do not press to remove pulps from skins. t testateorarkjMts.
cook until soft. Drain; discard I Run skins through the food chop .
POLITICS being in which scalded. Make then boll 20 minutes in .5
Squid syrup per for just k. s-I v1..tic
of which party is in power. it augshe bet,
by boiling the sugar and spices with enough water to prevent sticking.
probably too much to expect lw h celt...", M .
was reduction in the I cups of vinegar and 1 cup water Cook pulps down in their own juice uviftp.Tbe =
any considerable ad- for 3 minutes. Pack weD drained unto soft. Rub through colander i > ....b*..* mrj
and -
many agencies bureaus : cucumbers and onions in hot jars. to remove seeds. Combine skins i i .e5lGrsgasu Staatiat

ministrations of the federal government Cover with boiling syrup and sealat and pulps with sugar and bon rapidly I :... : :
of them :
Useless as many maybe
.; once. onto thick. Add nuts and salt

I to lobs John, and Q. Public Jobs represent they do provide pat- This next is a variation of chili Pour boiling hot. into sterile jars Start a Fire But Once a Year! ,._.
sauce that has seasonings you'll and seal at once. ."._
Those bureaus If yea want modern heat for home a.eaereaw
ronage. the your .. if
sdzninistra- like. It has same thickness
ated by a Democratic I Flan Conserve. you want healthful ekan low-eat but then
1 represent is chill sauce when you have finished jet a WARM MORNING Heater. Mon thaTi
the Jobs lacy
plants :
t lion 2 quirts seeded
Republican ad- cooking itPemias minion in toe...that bespeaks its beating meritat _
filled by a
can be 1 lemon
WARM MORNING Betters are sold
ministration if and when there Sane*. H teaspoon salt Furniture. Hardware Appliance. La t;

comes such -change.. As long as ti ripe tomatoes 1 Urge stick elaoamon Coal Merchants throughout the Nation.
the Jobs are filled by Democrats the S Urge anions

present administration wants them 1 grew peppers 1 Seeps cup raisins sugar SPECIAL OFFD-..... Kaexea PLAN BOOMJortout..thUbifceolorrBil5i

continued. Anticipating a possible hot pepperS
pod >a .
change the Republicans wish to retain large cacwnbers 1 cup sat meats sbook! of Small Boom nans Twelve

these Jobs so they may be I tart apples Use firm-fleihrt plums. Cook until htaatif home designed by a aatiaa.

awarded to the faithful when a new I cap trvwi svgar soft with pul> and grated lemon sBy-known uellt ct Floor plans and
? tenant occupies the White Bouse. 1 don guilt rind salt and cinnamon. Add sugar eJevatkea Hoe priaU arauaUe at

50 John Q. Public win continue to 1 tablespoon uU and raisin Cook until thick. iBataHcoat. A Sits book for only Se.
rapport a useless bureaucracy. 1 Utltrpoo ground altoplee Remove cinnamon and add nut*. ;I" i Send charter new for rope eopylLOCW

John Q. wants debt reduction and 1 UWerpooa mustard seed PourI boOing hot into hot Jars end rrovr COMPANY

.. tax reduction, but politics must be 1 teaspoon etasMwaYtaegar immediately. MK Ie 1M""." ......_.... _8 :-4
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iI I i I i Alaskan Indians Honored

i!i Kathleen Norris Says : HOme ;;-'ri Lincoln on Totem Pole

6 gyp Town 4q,'1': Probably the only white man to
hare his figure carved on a totem

OR W ; Which Should Be the Boss? EpOP R IJ pole was Abraham Lincoln. says

Collier's In 1867 the Tfengit
Beta Sjrmdicata.aru Future. IN WASHINGTON Indians of Alaska learned that the

United States, to which their country -
Hinnifan to QuitWASfflNGTON.It : : had just been sold bad abolished

slavery and therefore it
won't be Pessimism Prevails:
an- ) was illegal among them. To honor

aounced muter for General some Bob time Hannegan but Post- I' : . ( : ) THE month of August the man responsible for their

ex-slaves and their
the 10th anniversary freedom the
who had to do j I
more with putting
v 47 descendants for more than 50
iq a cf the soil conservation
Harry Truman in the White House
years placed a huge carved statueof
than any ether one man. has decided program. During this decade Lincoln atop their totem poles.Of i
to yield to his doctors-and more than 1,500 conservation
the many made, only: three i
I to Secretary of the Treasury John districts have been organized by have been preserved, one each in F.

Snyder. He win resign effective No- farmers throughout the8 states Juneaa and Saxman Alaska and
I vember 1.Replacmg. for the purpose of conservation
one in the Illinois State museum: ;
t him as chairman cf: the practices on more than 190 million ia Springfield.
Democratic national committee will acres of farm land.

I be Clinton Anderson, now secretaryof Despite these practices, the drainon

agriculture. There has been no soil fertility as a result of over-

decision as to who will become postmaster production of crops during the war CLASSIFIED
I genera, but ex-Sen. James years and of natural causes finds Ii

I M. Mead cf New York Is under a American farms in worse shape DEPARTMENTHELP

I consideration. generally than before the war.

Soil conservation experts lathe
! Stepping out with Haaneran i WA.'TED-YES

! will be Democratic executive department of agricultureand MEN Di THEIR-45..-.; .... T. Yepreset j
in the local district committees nationally known and adverUs.d aide.s. .
E director Gael Sullivan who all :
I throughout the country .=epis. +eb. and Mabdwaeq tm.. a
l Democratic Jobber* and den ta this arta. Commi*. '
I though stepping on some
are pessimistic over the redaction .ion* oa .ncnal aDd rp,..t toniaaute.
t toes, has done more to of million errs a permanent ctdy tacoac. far
the Democratic national Mother" oe *""*--<*. brows se toted Unitary to producer. Cm u2fcCcathms
i pep up JrtHtmg forms rsdng to fro, u-Ub the word dollars In payments to farmers bKkfrewid and rf. .. avcttea.
committee than since "Motber" rtugtnt kit bells in ski mr. two. Writ TkMMa FkiUlf. DiatTtkatwi.Fartory .
I anyone : from the soil conservation servIce ..........U.._ P.O. Bas tat
' 1944. I By KATHLEEN NORRIS for 1948 as compared to Xall"a'"t FU. .

! Hannegan has made repeated efforts YOUR 11\"NING E; 1M7. The reduced appropriations -

i to improve his health, and last I II wife in WILL COME made fey congress not only HELP WARTEDWOMENHes.w

I winter underwent an operation for I II A32YEAROLD to know Married will cut payments to farmersbut -rktr-Cotcpl. charf* prtr. tama.worktec ..
chudrvn. asmpie eooktof.vn
I high blood pressure. The operation I II rule, in lift generally places als win cause the lay-off of rmIJb.rropJ. _eft. Wrtte
the hearer burden on tot woman. some X4N employees In the son EHIiaTl: **! E. 1SU IL. BraaUym S*.H.T.
was made more difficult by a gallbladder I marriage, husband or wife
complication and was not 'The question probably dates A man bat outside interest, conservation service. .
i entirely successful. I the stimulation of his job, So at a time when the farmer and MISCELLANEOUS
' back to the exodus of Adam and
the soil should bethinking aou BrvELOTEB--Owralfkl tarrlea.S .
f !Meanwhile and although absent I Eve from the Garden of Eden tbanct to get away from the Hi most of the time has hMM The and and practicing more soil lira, SV. P.-wlate. at aacb.
! Hannegan
every day. wife .....
j and the answer has always rex smios - < aabs.
! been the last remaining rigorous matter bowerer, is tied down. conservation the agriculture department i
been supremely unsatisfactoryto must necessarily retrench because : KKYS DaUCATED ...
pro-Roosevelt man in the cabinet i ii for
I women. They have been told long yean she mutt fare for of the sapping cf the program I Ken rttted to SI.W Locks Bcpalral.AMAZ10O .
H. has for
i consistently fought I the children and w. L rZRRTsssir
i! Roosevelt's New Deal policies, has ;: for centuries that the man must eight day.There by congress. . : area Ilftea R_. Garda
are to tasks
I arthat if the Democratic party ;! rule; she must obey, as well as many dreary to orrrmt ramoaa RstxotnsBOMBSHELL ,
be done, whether she is sid Tw Color BaO N i>t PrX.Wrttaa -
; swung ta the right it would only bei i love and honor. "Wives be sub- or bota red and bluePina hick fT.daMacfaantcal
.' veil, tired or fresh, tbat it it no As an expression ef gratitudefor PENCIL. ..*; SkM es. t- -
echo In
come an of Republicanism. ject to your husbands. aid received from the United HataMal Tr......a Vataal Make Woe.
this he his been wonder many women often witb d.rtul Gift Order"...1 btctad.anlr uric
opposed 1 Laws affecting wives have Nations Relief and RehabOiU vita a.ca ....r. .... ta C...ia -.._
Inside the cabinet by Secretary 1 changed enormously in the last hun- they could get away from tbeir tioB administration, a commercial Bam 41*. .tie W< .... ....... Siaaia.JJu. .
cf the Treasury Snyder representative responsibilities They are envious in Caechoslevakla
dred yean. No longer may a man college Brae -
of the conservative rightDIFFERENT :; will his unborn child to whom- of their busbandt' freedom. has formally adopted the
. away * * **** * *
soever he chooses. No longer may Mitt Norm tells Denise Frank- name TXRRA Commercial college ,

be lawfully beat his wife with a tin, a Dallas, TVr. woman with ." Czechoslovakia received a ,
"rod no thicker than his finger." four young children, tbat her total ef 4,175,000 la aid under a end d JJJL ? .

On:man who Isn't enthusiastic No longer does a woman's oldest inning will come, if she will just the TJ:>BRA relief program.
about tie senate war Investigating son inherit the entire family for-
committee's blame handling tune, including her home. No longer lire through these difficult years . Us. SnD UJL 8JWfL

of the Howard Hognes case at gracefully and brarely at pottible. -
I Is the discovery of pre-marital and
Is the former ehalnnan ot the sexual frailty cause for annulment: Her busband, Parker, is a ..fa At. 9noWnwtt. ; .

eonunittee President Truman with the assignment of the childrento big bandsome man, successful in Truman's appointees to

Wbea hardworking of Tennessee Rep.Jokingly EitesKefanver But the the father.fundamental injustices are atblete business, a and good social if sOFU"hlllnI life, fine the were national left high labor and dry relations by the board senate * * **** * * ,.

which declined confirm their
referred to the publicity which rooted far deeper than in the laws gal provider; be it faitbful and, nominations.. to Robert N. W
the old Truman committee Is of and Denise Franklin the .; f -
men ; bit
e .
way Denham. named general counsel '
getting under Its new management : writer of the afore-mentioned letter is driring Denise to distraction former Sen. Abe Murdock of Utah; :Doss Itre Riio1fyn...
the President snorted: "It is perhaps at the age and in the
however is bit and J. Copeland Gray of Buffalo,
feel most. Denise
toned out to be a different animal I position to them
than when I was running I writes me that she'nas never been unconcern for her labors and difficultiet. N.So y. administer 6 2Iat4wl

Magi. I am lorry to see politics very strong, that she and Parker and his autocratic way the difficult although Tftft-Hartley they must labor bin

fit ailed up la It" 4 have four very young" children that of managing HII*"g. He giver along with the three other hold-over
they cannot afford or Indeed find. her an allowance, and tbat is aO.
. ; members of the board, theydon't
domestic help."Parker Money a art are strictly hisprorece. know whether they will have a job 1

Ribulldlnfj Germany is the very" writes epitome Denise.of He comes and goes at or not come next January. It may .

Warning that Ms remarks were health"He plays and strength golf and tennis so well be pleases, plays golf and tennis, be that action of the senate was d '
Gen. wiib little liberate to see how these men would
"strictly off the record MaJ. t that he is always a guest at one regard for tired overburdened -
Denise. work before confirming their ap
directtor club or another and maintains

: memberships in two. He goes This it the way of the world, pointments. .
told a clan of reserve officers about I hunting and fishing sleeps lie a Mist Norris tounttlt Denise. e
American plans to revive German ', eats enormously loves every Careless TH 79** tfrngrta pr vU.J 7}
baby, felony men are
tatfujtry aUy coaL of his life. IIt,Woe & n tr tl.. .HeI fowl
Talking to the reserve army offlcers. I* indifferent about their wirtf Program *&,***"** lit *-,. U
General Draper said that the Tired Sick Tearful. problems. The way out, concludes ls. tntUei 6 mOton idlan mereat

American blueprint for Increased I| "I was a professional dancer whenwe Mist Norris, is not a divorce a Jfftitvcj affrffriatifm, -*.
the letter on. "I imttotl. .JM,., il.
met, goes lglm&<> *
German win be presentedto but patience and bop,.
industry i love life. too. My father widowed, mi U for *rfe J touch t igr-n im
the British at coal talks In Washington Better will
i lived only for me, w* travelled a days t ffH. 1947. Tbe Ktb etvgrest dashed Mit
Three main points win be i lot I was nine times a bridesmaid 61 m>Ui u depart s+ if the tutettfitk mUckY fiitz h..u. ..u

urged upon the British: I! before I married at S3. Now I dontj with dignity and courage. These i I f. frtrUf wheel unttbtt .n van, K vaa-oa a bu: dM .. O!.-
tie torn* lab tn 1947 tk nOmiUiom
at +
1. The dally food ration la j]i dare lock in the mirror at the tired years are Parker's but there are Hu Se.....y tbd dekseecy.f y J' Fop Sfbtxm Those crtaa toasted tlb

Germany should be Increased. pale woman whose work is never golden years to come that will be JMan fret UeJ fouls aiU bone give baa rrwy vitamin mad.
German miners need mere cal !! done. I love my three girls and fat yours. When that quartette of children heal Uxn.'Don't Blneral docs an know te neat Xeeaar.lfaJ
too One boa supplies u
ories. baby boy. rd like more children. is in school when Parker's . .
mach food by dry vdfbt a*eve t-Bx
%. Critical materials should S But to be always exhausted, to be : rather despotic rule and thrift have sss of Oat food!Oro-Pop alas cona

h shipped Into Germany, taciadinr 1 I sick and tearful so often to be bn- borne fruit, when you have a country ; Finci MilD' la Meal aDd te Paf-Ztia Par' VftrtKr.

"poeslbly raw stL" patient and angry with the babies home and a comfortable bank : EN. W. Lee Pappy) O'DanI.lof : hell all ttomtki11TI

The mines lack equipment. i i to wash. cook, shop for them to I account then yon will begin to reap j 0 Texas Is one of the most nnpcp- ,

X. All mines should fte turned I bathe, feed dress. discipline them the harvest you deserve. Motherhood i clar men In the eenate. He is unpopular Doss {&JirGRORlP

ever to German management is work for three women, let alone Is the crown of any woman'sfife : with his Democratic colleagues

for breathing spelT : one. ; children fin up a borne make because most of the time be
a "five-year
before the question of aatienal- -Parker Isn't the helpful domestic life rich. And in the days of picnic I tl votes with the Republicans. t rut
mind that. But .
i but I don't *, birthday, early hospitalities Senator /Daniel bought tttr tr
sing them Is ckd4.cLGeD. havTbta hold an the authority. Mother much from an
to gets more house i
I the
apartment near capital
Draper described the food I handle all the money make aQ decisions them than Dad does. While Dadis I and went Into court to evict the 'I'IJ

shortage as the most serious problem and smile at my objectionll going the same old round sellinghis f tenants. To toss out these long-time '
holding down coal production. I or resentment-far that personality: to dull men from tenants, the senator told the court ----
"AH we have really done In Germany is close with money: what he spends :: Buffalo and Detroit and Dallas and the rent control board that be
Is keep the people alive be on clubs be gives me scrupuloasly I I Mother bOlD. beach her back

d.c1arWe win never make H comes to about $25 a month, my i propped against of sand-sunk log

them scU-suaclent Jest keeping I allowance' Never another cent bt ',i'the hxnch-basket beside her and the

them aHv." shakes his bead at the mere idea. young brow forms racing to and

.5. I He pays ball Eta to market HIs fro, with tt* word "Mother" ringing -

New War Secretary I buSiness is one to has : personalKT like bells in the air. Mother is

and be personality the one to whom the feverish young
It In American pays '
Is probably unique I Be works hard doesn-tdrink. saves eyes turn in hours ef illness Mother -
history that a man should tw picked I money. They say be wfll be a rich is the one to hear secrets to

M secretary cf war partly because some day. In other word grant favors to say proudly to casual
I man
ef his defense of Nazi saboteurs i
and I
hal everything acquaintances, "my sons 'and '
Parker WNTJ-> 33-4
who landed oft Long island by sub- #f humbly In the backIfOUDd. daughter"
marine. However If It had not been drudge away that 1
for his brilliant, although unsucI I t alfellli wonderf with husband everyone and Believe me, nothing In life compares aibarta tJ.rFJMMEI

ctssful. defense of the Nazi sabo- I haft a it.what to that for sheer pride and t '
myself for sayinl achievement In 10
: hating years, my tired
tiers Kenneth Royall today would Infuriated needed all 40 14 kitchens t .
I i I has especially little mother your days may be all rooms

, net What be secretary happened of was war.that Henry :!I m.. and spurred re Into { times of happiness and pride; In 10 I and It baths for the personal use of ; ?
endsto the die. his
I of war. the letter years you may be glad of that own ewa..navr --J!!
Stimson. then secretary Parker baa had a handsome C 'oP
celery that financial foresight that means aa Be said be paid $32,500 far the
felt United States should I
that the the rals a year ago and hu Invested assured middle age. Wen do have apartment hous*. Now be la selling ...::.. .- '
lean over backward to give mentioning tt .: -z
without the ..
It the advantage of women hi some apartments on a cooperativeplan
Nazis the benefit of a fair trial He T& "'
U treating: m. lie I for from 10 to 13 thousands dollars -.2
and the to ma. ways-granted. Bat women: have ",, ..+aseoma .
wanted show Europe
world that to a democracy was enact child or a slave, f* I Tjg Und I their glorious innings, too. and It an apartment-which figure -r.: t::=&- -: ..... 0.- ;

that for fl- How can J ret has always been my personal con out some $190,000 profit bats MOl 4 e...sos..rsua
of Hitler everyman .
opposite no matter what the crime, I' viction that a smart woman can Of eesrse, the senator a.vefan I :=. Wm-: tY' .
aai Cecrag* make her life a much .... *
Dlfotty triumphant
" had the benefit of a trial. So at the mon *** an M reams bat being is
Court rn teD you bow yea can get oat thing than can aa *quaVJy cram ft
recommendation of Supreme wins Through It Texas tntaMy ebVtwas W/uiirv/ : ae \
by smart .
Justice FeHr Frankfurter BoyaH Do sL"-'Just i man. tale exceed la

was made chief defect counsel.

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Dodge Trucks Lota Lot 11 Blk 4 _ .---- 1, s.tkft A Of. U.a 39.-I.t,. ,.uIdI..: thsc. owtlt 0 ..- ..',
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George Beck: owner of Bert Motors Lot 4, Blk 7 PlaintiffFAKNIE TatUkMMe, FbCiak $
Lot 11 Bill: 7 -" nt$." '11. July Itth. WT _(-Way Hoe of State Highway Ho. 1
of riei.ton and a tenser reM- Lot 1!. Btk 1. _- _-II""I t>.V\I8 WOLRRSTi1N \ OTICBXOTICE I II' n and the point of Winnie*:
: tl tat of this county has "15' added Lot 8 Btk f - -=-1lli N Defendant thence North $2 decree. W East .4! !
10, Blk t : = : = 127.55 "OTIC B TBrl'it'HOHUHl :--tob-- I alone Mid South Ri.cht-of-Wa3' i'
: Mm of Dodge tracks to kb, Lot loOt IL Bill ------ 121655 t'.>(>8 H, HII STIO\ I' : ia ": eivrn that the line 1041.40 feet: thence North ;. .
'* r.vsler anl PlTmoath "... W*, of LoU 11-11 81* -- 2853' .M TO: Mr. Fannie Diet> Wollerstelat Trustees. of Internal lmprora nt 74 -decree. 2T Kist. 423.,t f K>t :
tff Lot U-14. Mk i .---- 21..... Bristol Street Fund <.f the' Scaly if Florida, Pur- to the 8 uth ejit C'orn'7" ko of
E% -- UN." Brookl, N. T I uant to Law. win ,Jfcr for aale forq".Jectloos J MM Section 1$. thence 8..ith t .
hoi.1 S21. k- -- --' %$25." Two art hereby required u felt ann I onl>. in T llahaaee. rtor- degrees r East. 712.M (...-t. thence
Vets Will- Lot 8 and $. lUll 9 _--_ "5." a.kearance in Uwo rt abuw djTVbt '- 14a at 11 ,0 ocKwk. A. M. SeptemberJ. I I Wee*. Its7.1t feet; throne North
RUr I ___ .2t7&0_ ..a the_ Za4 day of a ember, 0 decreea r West 117 3 I feet to
.- Let lot i.. e-____ .-- un.... 2547, at the 4ouatt'n.. _ow in 1141 fM tae land in GLADES I the point of be.lnninir. contain-
(CoBtlBaed from Page 1) Lots 55 i 8 -. 1,11.5'tut Moore Raven Glides Cee ty. = COCHTT described as follows: talc 1}.7? acre.. -..u'T lees .L
f lr-UkW' _._ .-_=_. 1255.5'tut : '1 and thereafter to fiVe each BeariaainK at the NortaweM Corner Wte Purnae 1 U r. <4>.ir-d te paK: :
has tfcat fhedoper + .dvM* Isreapov. Twp. 40 South
been designed staUag S14.IMI.ot a* you may desire .r be of Stee It the advertising coat. t
I. 1_. BIlE 8 --.. 521555 DUOe4. U KM. TnanAee Meridian :
list to the above ags ill.PROQE111dT {
is a PermMOavt -. $ 1 aid 2.I. _. ---.. 2240'CWi which i. a suit for "i vorec. Glade.! ; thence South i. d..grvr' r TUB" TRtTTEES' OF INTERN th r1gt ,. _
TMs honor gives the darer aad 1 LoA I. Btk Blk I" -._ -. 3325.9554' .'<>wii; Democrat Ie hereby desigaatd Bast, along the Vwt boundary of Fl tp rrve hid. fl
I. all
Lot C to Uu order frt tl. the to airi
the in ad Section 1$. I1WA !
Matty the privilege of attalrtbingl Led 1. Blk 1. -' aa newepyer .. of BT OROEi of the Tru't sa olof ;.
. ' ohall b.' pubUnht f'_ H week South. .t C..rn..r f Lot I .
ally social auction of the post free,, tot 18. Blk 1*Blk iv _ --- 21"1 for four coiwectttrve wt ka, Hereinfail said S<>cthllll 11 and the point of l, Internal Improvement Fu t.d
Lute 11 .mI.l1. ___ of defautt.DUNE thence South 114 degrees State of I"'IorNa. :
under penalty
e 4 ekuurgeIt 9. Bib 11i mt beginning: ..H Gorerao4 i ;
7 and F
; l.ollo IUk 1l .. Ins ta AND ORDERED at 11olroHaven e' Ea t. SI4 s:, f. th1 Millard '
U ezp& led that tke eamptigafor I.vt' IS. U. .i tilh 12 - 1"5." Glade County. FlorMa. thin Sooth 45 delf..c :Ii' 1w-t. -4 MJ Attest: :
I I 1..t.. I and 2. 1\: - ."..'" I Uth day of Aocuat l' 47. I' feet: thence South U d1rre i TWest. F. C. Elliot Secretary i
sponsors will require some five and S. b11 ....
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1..b Elk 11s __ no iI4II (SEAL) n. S WKKh: WTO f_1. thnct North 8degrees Truete..0 .
veelu for a svccessfal ma. Dirt L..l and U.i. Ink 1.1 ._-- 11110119 Clerk of Circuit Court r West. :13.S. feet to the AliKuat 1. 8. 16. 1t. 11.r :
I 1e 1% and
Ing that period each of the members 1.01" Ii and K. BIlE 14 __. 115/

of the two debt-man team Lt \ Imt I: --_ =.-_: 745.,0l.ot :
4 ..0. --defin'he-: .. _u .,.. -------.7- ; ;
juoU established hot i 14. PIE U 11Is __ =:::.:::. : 1295: a : i
Blk -
Donations win not be United, 1!n" MLo'l
I..t 2. elk 1*
to Moore Ha fen. or Glades County, _'- - - 1950.,15Iut
J LSi IS ___ I6SS.lIi
but will be solicited from Clew_-| _- __ _____ 2205.90Lots
l' You
Lot C. Btk We Would Like To Tell .I
ton, LaBelle and other points in 1t aid 15. Btk It -__ -- ms." ,
Blk 11 ________ 1 4S.O*
; Hendry County and will be accepted rut 16. __
Lot T. SIlt It 2158.900
from individual business E U' of _____= .
any I'
S. Bill
't coBoern or Individual organizationthat Lot Lots I.It Blk aid It 11. flit II -- -".-. 2S7.90 141500 \ Why It Is Necessary To. .

may be interested in seeing loOt 11. Bile U ..- - lU >.lM)
1 ___. Uti.Of
f : It ._ __ - .
the local post raise enough ; Lot 12 Blk
Iota fine building money I Iota 14 ad 15 BIlE It __ __2. :110,00 InSJMI Increase Rates '
BIll It.- ---
Lot : Telephone. ; .1. :
lieaaliful Building Is deal lute 1 to U.II Blk -- 415.01) 1

f X beautiful building which will lots I.14 BIll to 1$. Ink MLota ---_ $75.14

be a credit: not only to' Moore Hafen 1 to J. Blk'kK---== 146500ises: o i

but the entire Everglades Is Iota lute 2 Co and 14 I., BIll; ZI ---- 103\)." ... -

the gear, says Commander Click. It \\ '4 Lot 10 and 11. Elk 2$ -- U8".1I1I 2455.00Lots ,
U. U W* Z I -
is hoped that the two drive the EH Lots and 11. 1 Dlk SS .. -- IJ 9flO
sal e f barbecue tickets, and giving Lot 11.14 Blk 1$* __- ___ 1229M 14100 Our Wages and Operating Costs Have Increased

away of the Jeep together with the LoU t and 2.4. BUr Hlk 2Lota It 19"3' .-. -" -- .o

aponor's ad campaign will raise a Lot 5 2. and Ulk 2 t .. _-. .. no 17M.OO.OO the Same as Your Cost of Doing Business hasp }i

..betantia1lum of money and that Lot Lot 6 T.. Blk BUr |*, .. ._ __ ItS60 I
round work on the new Veteran's LoU and 10 Blk It J!08M, Increased :
._ 2'l1l4U1A .
Haildiag can be gotten underway Lot Lot 11.U. mk Hlk 2 n _ ___"___ 27 *.00 :' -1
:at aa early date following the loOt: IS BUr 29 11,5.00
2$ .. 1585.00t'srt
IS 14 BUt
termination of the two drires .
Lots 1 and 2. IMk; 14 1740 00 -L
Part Iota 2 and 2. Blk; 20 1845.00Pert
Lot I and 4. RUt 20 ? 112060 :>'"';
Breakfast In- _._ 13)000
Ix>ta 4 and 7. Blk SO
Lot S. nik 44 20 _____.____-__. 319109Lot 4400100Q Today mere: than ever before Southwest' Florida needc ;R
Lot 2.1. Blk 44 ________ adequate, dependable telephone service and it is our purpose :.
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from these cards Lot Lo 5.14 Blk Blk 44 44 ________' __-- 4250042SOO to provide it. We are now .furnishing more service than at .

LoU 1 to 14 All BlkS! n... 590000 other time in our history. Both local and long distance ,
Tbce will be many other lurprUe .__ _. _. ..__ moo any
I..t I, Bib n
aad the program is lUre to II\; Lot IS-14. W% 17. calk have reached an all time high and more service is being
ftritUh yon with a real evening of Lots Blk U 117 and 14._ Blk' -1SS- 141ft 14000SI requested daily. Surreys of service requirements show an ,

tratertalnment In addition to a de- Lot 4. Blk lit __- 100: ever increasing demand for additional facilities, both for
IteioBS dinner Tickets Lot I. mil; 1S' __ 200..0
are now lot 14. Blk 1J, _ 61500 present. as well as new customers.
on sale and everyone should make Lot 17. Blk 1S1 __. Ula 00
Iii or her plans to attend. Lot 18 BIll; In .. S41000S010
Lot 1 21,.. Blk Bill III US _.__ __ 14400.00 In an effort to furnish service to as many people ax

0TtCR: OF 4PPLlCTlOT'OR: Lot Lot 22. RIll; 1I' __. _. ___ 71i10.00 IlIst.ee. possible* the company has loaded both the outside plant and' .

TAX DFIDNOTICE Lot Lot 2J.24 Blk Blk 1M 115 == - .14tlOO2S40 < .witchhoarda to their maximum .capacity.. Therefore, to" h.

R 4S ft lot 24 Blk Ut 00 provide additional service to either its' present or prospKtlre ;
__ 111004
tS HEREBT OIVFN that Lot 2T. BUr Ut -
Vr._ A. Hardy. holder .f EverKlvlfi iota 1 to S. BIll HII __ '160." customers will require substantial additions to both .
Drainage ntatrfet "1.c certificate Lot B S40 ft.. LoU '. T. S. =
number ISO dated the Setll -- -Blk 344. _____. 1053.85 the outside plant and central office equipment. ,_
day nf Jane A. D. 142 b.. filed aaldOrtlflcate Lot 11 Blk 140 IMS oomo
In sty offie.. and h.. .."delII1'plw.tlon mJS NE Cor Lt* 14 Blk 140 ooIS7S
for tax 4rr\ to Issue TUL Lot 14 Plk 140 .00 Although the cost of >ery4hiH2 we do to provide service
Thereon In arvordanee' with law Said Lot 12. Blk 141 SKOOAlSti
<*Ttlficat embraces the following: Lots 14, IK. 14. RIlE 141 keeps going up your telephoae rates, generally are no higher
Owrtbed property situated In Glad.. Lots 1 to 5$. Bllt 1U 4J"0 of
today than ten Because of the amount
County Florida, to-wit fete S to I. Elk ItJ 11D29 (0 years ago.
Lot 1. Block 5. Uooiu Haven Lot 4. Blk 1S7 ._ 2145.0 money we are paying out is increasing faster than the
The aiwsumcnt of the slid 1S7Tx 1A45001T400
proporty Lot t Blk
under acid Certificate Issued wIB ." >t. C t... I. dk 117'xtt amount of money we are taking in, despite a record volumeof
the name of Unknown. 12 Blk 117 12410 businesa. Since 1940 the costs of service have
I.*...'>t *t J 1 Y.rtlfleate shill be r,.. lots U t* 1<. mk 1ST I45SOOuoooo providing .
4'itik's areordlDff to law' tax deed tote 1 and 2. Plk U* ]SiinO I climbed: 267 percent, while revenues have increased only 252
thereon on the lit day of, *t. 1 to II. Bib IIILota
'-".tofeer. A D IS 47. 12 aad It Btk 111 2030 00 1 percent.. Total payroll costs chargeable to operations have
Hated this 2!th day of August, A. D. Lots IS and 14 Blk lt 1020 00
increased 247 1940. The increase
1 4THHAL. LoU 4 and *. Silk It) $54.04Lot percent since average wage
) D. R WEEKS. S, Blk lit _ 4 SOO AA I since January 1, 1912 has been approximately 65
Clerk Circuit Court
Lot I. mil 14J
Glade County. Florida. Lot 7 to 10. Blk 175 880.41! Percent. This was in keeping with national policies, trends

....ue. 21. Sept s-n-n.e 1A-2A-SA tot t.Let W* 1.1T4 Blk_ 174RA tin Sft !oo WI and in an effort to secure and retain personnel with which

LotI t.4. 1ft msoeSHERIDXN to provide sen ice. Wages account for about 47 percent ofear
144ITIl'tf IF 1\TF\TIO" TO ('If"'GP LOIS .
A'.Fe.H5reNouns . City Clerk operating costs. The overall cost of providing telephone -

facilities is up approximately 45 percent.
la hereby given that the
\OTif F' OF nTF'Tiox TO
Olty Commission of Uoore Haven.Flwida ,
board .believe titling that aa mneeaed an equalization valuationof The rapid advance of costs in comparison with revenues -

the real and pxraoaal ...property II TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: has caused owr rate of earnings to go down. Ia 1946,
Iterna described below (and to real Notice U hereby given that the un-
otate Including impr >v.m.ntat shouldaespeetieely th. provision.Analof I the rate of return on the investment was only 3.4 percent. t
be Inc eased to the ;r.'itHld.Laws of Florida
mount act opposite Ute aame. to be UI1. will reirinter with th Clerk I This rate does not reflect the ,April, 1947, wage increases.
reasonable and lust to render taxation of the Circuit Cowrtin and for Improved earning are essential order first to meet the 1.
uniform and intend to chance Gladea Coonty Florida upon receipt
the same accordingly at Ita meetinc. of proof of publication of this notice day to day cost of providing service to present customers.
.o be held at the City Hall at .. the fictitious name, to-wit I raise ,
Second for additional
favorable terms
clock P. M. on aeptem.er' 2. lUT.hT MOORE HAVE APPLIANCE money on

:.::'. CORPORATION facilities to improve service to present customers and pro ;

.. under which we are encased lr tou"- vide additional
jm of rik -- .n..tf Florida. That facilities. These are the reasons we have
_ 52Tee. neaa at Moore Haven I
Lot All of I. DIll IUk.: S ____ __----_ -- "" ... the parties interested in said b.*l- asked authority to raise rates for local service ;
Lota S.t. S, BIll: S __ - %Su... lien are aa follows: -- I
Lot I. BUr 5 _ z...... olena 1 ErowerThomas

lot 19. Rill Bib 5 S 322080 1""..' L. N. Davia t .Mark.tteDatedl I The requested rate increase will not produce all the added
i lot II
at Mwe Ha."". Florida this I that current is needed will
Lot 11 BIll: ( lilt* un revenue costs indicate but afford .

Lta Lau 4 14 sad 15 S U, .DIll BIll: :C t 1250.88Lot Uei.(4 Au:162*.day u. "f 2,. August Sept IX. t immediate relief. Whether tie requested rates will prove .; -

I sufficient will be determined by operating experience under

I- the new rates. The increased income under the new rates =

1 I would amount to only 6.6 percent, of our total revenues In

.. view of the greatly increased cost of providing service, this ,

tt HOMOGENIZEDVITA3IIN u a very moderate increase.


?D' MILK The large expansion program now under way estimated .

I to cost approximately $1,500,0< for buildings central office ..

equipment, telephones and outside plant construction work

'i And Other Alfai Products must proceed in spite of high costs, if the company is to

;i improve the service and meet the additional demands.

; Southwest Florida is now in a period of its greatest

GROCERY AND growth and expansion a growth that will bring more prosperity

'ri than it has ever known. G
T DRUG STORELFA service is essential to this program and the telephone com

i f pany must be in a position to supply It.

We believe, therefore, hat our request for increased

rates b sound and in the public interest No business can

:, 4, give adequate service without adequate earning.


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