Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00165
 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: April 11, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00165

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'],I Contract Awarded To Move Sugar Mill I

i Teachers Are Named I I! Peeples Again To !

II Head Drainage And ; Consolidated Steel Co. To

;t Salary Scales Are Conservation1 Representative GroupState J. R Peep I Raze, Haul and Re-erect

Los of Giades Cotcty was again i

t Complete Minutes Of Dance At Gym named chairman *f the very important Vermilion La. Plant Here

: Important School drainage aad water conservation -
\ : April 26 Benefit committee w En the committee ;

Board Meeting j| Swimming Pool I Tuesday appointment by Speaker were made Thomas public D. Practice 14 of Soil -I i Work Order-to Be I Issued

April 7, 194?. Beaxiey. Conservation Close
The Glades. County Board of Pub- The first event in the A charge was made ia the 1945 i When All Details
simmer concentrated i session that Peeples was instrumental Out On 30 I
lie taatraattoa met OB the above April Ironed Out
add materially to the .5)I IB defeating the Governorspet
:. date with all members present
Latreaia fund will be a public I water conservation bill by carrying -
Cormaa. T. R.
Soeli and
is; Vettoa .Waters. llaelcl at the school I the bill home la his pocket Eugene Boyle in charge of sink J. E CaldwelL presides, HId L.

;t The .mmutes of the last I Saturday sight April U. shortly before the ead of the seeattn. Agricultural and Marketing Administration L. Welch his badness pauses Ia
t meeting : He exoaerated of program in this area. said.
Matter chairman of the was say
;; Tropical Sugars. lacnn aeapiTi( were seal. aid ma objection voiced
i by Mr. Walter to that paragraphroeardiaa I committee is ia charge of blame IB this regard later and complete this week that practice 14 under tb e by their engineer. K A. Rose and
:t F. mests.The. exoneration is evident by his soil conservation program had a. two other men landed at MMto
; ariactpals salary for
cut-off date as of April M aad tt
dance will be being reappointed u chairman of
{ seat ,.,. wherein Mr Saell's a Field shortly after aaao am Sat pty
win be for aO who havefollowed
i aaKBdBMM, setting out that theprincipal's daace hat no square the committee this --. necessary and after going into Clewhttoa tor
scheduled. Music wfll be Peeples will also serve oa the this practice to file a report luncheon with J. G. Frierse F. D.
,t T salary shoald be no lea.tan .
to that date.
i: .. the pat year, war noted. by Doe FOBS and his fish aDd game committee aa important Vaaa and A. G. Hatcaiaooa. same
if Mr. Walters coateaded that thtosmtadment Sereaaders who proved ao ODe Insofar aa his own This practice ia the sowing of into Moore Haves for a brief That

was not seconded and with local dancers. a county is concerned aid on the small grain crops such as oats andrye before returning to Miami and oa

rmalry approved. ENacuaaioB eaaaed engagement here. A I following additional committees in die fall of 194C not to 11 the following day. to Louismaa.Mr .
be 2.6 including tax alcoholic beverages claims and state harvested for grate or hay It is
: and amiss was made by Mr. Caldwell stated that the coav-
The swimmiag pool pensions. Judiciary C, livestock public designed to give a cover crop ..
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anoadtd by Gorman aid r1paay t had already awarded a eaaI -
started late last summer roads. salt water fisheries and tug the winter months and may
j carried aa follow: That provided, 'i i I tract for moving the Termilioa aa-
I (Continued OB Page workmen's compensation used as pasturage About a doze I
A 1! the Cttiaea Cons 1ttee's ) I gar mill from Vermilion IA, to
edaeationi i _uu_________ farmers in the countv tome underCOUNT ,
i al progaa. with regard 1 Moore Havea to the CoaauBdaasd
( thin prarttie
era' salaries is enacted into law : Steel Company of Orange. Texas.on .

l bringing teachers' salaries up into Bitter Legislative Fight Seen a time Bait of six moat hi far

line with what we now pay our i I r&xing. hauling and reereutiag the

principal that Mr. SaeU's .1L rut j I On Commercial Fishing BOARD Will. ,; mill here The beginning of wart,
.eat. M stated ia the aforemeatioa- - - ----- --- he said. is being bald up until aU

ed March lid miaatoa be retai..... details have been worked oat. taI -
At tarn tilDe Mr. Coraette of The lines h-'n: : prt-m w -tl : Bozeman ChairmanFor HELP CITY LOWER\ i eluding a few minor flaws m the

Hendry Coaaty Motors appeared drawn and a bitter legislative figtt I title to the mill site which they do

before the board and saomHt arid is anticipated the seesioa of the ;, Cancer Drive : PIPE AT BASIN SITEThe not expect to cacao any ......- ,

for his tomauay for a M paisaaer Florida Legtaiatare which opened able dela,. He indicated to Mr.
In Glades
his to be delivered by September Monday oa the question of commercial County Frierson that they hoped to break

1, 1)47. fishing operatives of the Mate ground for the foundattoa e< tM
board of count commissioners
Following are the three bids particularly In Lake Okeecbobeej: I i The national effort to defeat aad i at the regular meeting mill about the first of May.

read at the taste: and the St. .Man's River dosed last outlaw cancer one of the greatest The company heal was as enthusiastic -
Monday agreed to
stand toe
B. amok Fort Pioroa on a >f Oetafcer by *cd.f rtthf} Fresh Wa- killers of modern UBML is saIng greatpart : about thevfBiBre as b.e. ,

MEerh'atnas' .+.ai;...steel ..kodymounted JerZnsh-sadJ&aa lBtmfflts8Sft. f'additional h*
on" Ford school bus chase!*. During tile Intervening month. lib the right against varioaa other] treatment plant to the water tower here in January and said that he

U.4U.U. "' since the closing there nave been I J diseases finds are needed for research .' which will permit the later construction "wished be could take a megaphone

Belle Glade Motors Ltd., on the I many court hearings but little deft-J work and education I of a yacht basin between aDd about it from the top of the

same bus as listed above, 3475.50 nite court action the only really | To this end a national quota has town and the new REA power plant courthouse tNt they had all details
Headry County Motors luc on tangible resalt having been t'OuD1t been each given a
a set county quota site if It is thought advisable worked out and were ready ta
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same bus listed above. $3.453.10.1 I man decision in Glades Count to meet and county chairmen elexted I fatwre more
all fob Moore Haven a few weeks ago when Count in Glades County the Chairman I The group visited the mill site
discussion, it J. M tbat W. S. Boseman and the The contractor on tile RI A plantis
After some was Judge Cones ruled the is Rev with the preeeat ewer, F. D. Tics
moved by Mr WalteR. seconded by commercial fishermen could sot beheld quota has been set at $88 which he now digging a borrow pit for till aid gated oat exactly whore <
a Mr SaaU and carried that the bid criminally responsible under anticipates having little trouble boat material last west of the Saadara expect to stake oat the mill fear
slip After the
( of Headry Coaaty Motors be accepted the present law, for hauling their meeting. pipeline to Mina.It .
:i senses in Lake: Oaeechobee>> because Because of the rather small quota lowered H will be a comparatively
j J The sapariateadeat. at this time of a 1945 legislative act classifylag Rev. Bozeman expects to do the simple matter to break oat the iaterveaiag is understood that the esi-
tract price for moving the art and
dirt fill and tile
l read the roeoeameadatioas of the this lake as salt water. Some seiar part of the soliciting by I coaaect
slip to the borrow setting it up here aWosh id.s
pit which is to
teachers for all those teachers who tug has taken place and the FreshWater mall and no canvasser are to be .'
$2M.* 0. Tbe ... _
be dug to. depth of about nine eoa. _-
i expressed a desire to be returaed Fish Commission has con- appointed
I feet. I meat ia the mfll. which they hare
to the teaching staff of Moore Ha- castrated OB trying to arrest the Take a laud in this great effort Further improvements can
; van public school for the 1947-41 distributors of then flab rather than I and mail year domestics slew to Ret 11 r ties be made to provide a steeaWeaad parraased since the tint af tM
was not disclosed.The .
i 1 : school year, which were as follows: the seiner Recently the new director Bateau Moore H.... weil-abeitered yacht haMs CIty
i' Louise Greene. i Manager Mack Greene appeared before groups' visit to Florida at
ClUsbolb Cwiag of tbe commiasioa who succeeded Pertinent information concerning 1
I' Zetma Griffith. Audrey Coulter. Dr I N Keaaedy. said that the disease: War.... coot thisi the board to discuss the ptaask this time was to cuter warn the attorney *

: : W. D. JaeVman Mildred Yates the commission would attempt to country 575.000 lives in battles off I I Considerable discussion wig caused ia Miami who is exam4n4ag

Evelyn Mlaarleh. Myrtle Bouldia. pat through a law at this session the seven wars fought la 17* years i'I by a laad location. controversy on the site title and with Atlantic
I Carol Norton !II. H Sharpe of the legislature declaring Lake and cancer kills that many every3H I the Lakeport road location on a : Coast Line officials relative to the

i; Motton was mad by Mr. Walters, Okeechobe fresh witet aid giving years: more than twice aijmaay I comer dispute between the Quentin construction of spur tracks to the

.....1I4e.1J Mr. SneO and carried the commission nadwawted authority were killed by cancer daring 'i' Russell and Fred Van DC Yetde (Continued on Pugs I)

that tie reeammfndttlwn ot these to regulate operation as the second world war as were killed -I''I properties abutting the Merriam
teachers be approved and that contracts they fish; which meats keeping the ia battle; use persoe. of every ) meander line sod the 17-foot teaI Flake U Elected

for the IM7-48 school year Lake closed entirely to commercialofrators. eight BOW dies with caacer ad I tout MM. The beard agreed to give

read for tea months service and kills more people by sixty per cent I Mr. Van De Vetde SIS for the purpose -I Our State Senator

that an teachers not engaged in R. K. Bell, of Mmmi. who with than ail commuatcabie diseases < of having a survey made of
.I j i the tracts.i In Saturday Vote
(Continued on Fare 4) his father. W. D. Bell was retained combined! : sooner or later canter i

M aa attorney by the Lake eaters oae boat out of every two i ;i|: McLare aad Cramp Searing engineer I -

Petition Is Filed Okeechobee Ceaamreal Fisheries .Continued on Page 4) firm were engaged to f-J Jeff Flake of WauehuU became

AsuociaUoa. last week distributed new county records. tractors, plat the state senator from the 27th

For Soil Conservation a pamphlet giving facts sad figI I Curator AppointedFor books etc.. damaged by water In I Senatorial District in Sat da'I

area concerning eosamercial operations l It< and through age, providingsuitable :+ general election which saw only a
District In County which will bring to tbe atteatioa Estate Of terms can be arranged .I total of 94 votes cast a* the eight

i iI f of many people and the i Agreement was made to allow the i f i predicts ia the eout,. One Tote
Goldstein BrothersBruce
,f County Agent A. G Hutchiaoaa, Florida legislators many of the facts I State Road Department to use the I for Hugh Joaes was wrWa to awl

reports that he filed a petition[**! la the case and will indicate the t i pre est Selective Service offlse forj I j counted,

the federal agency in charge yeator-j i arbitrary methods aaad by the freshwater i L Rsrfield Miami attorney its local offices' as BOOB aa the BSenator; Flake left te Mat of the

day for the ereattoa of a soil car t fish comausatoa in br'1l&hall has been appointed curatorof I tectiv Service. BOW abolished, has week for Tallahassee where hat fhrst

servatioB district embracing all er about the closing of the the estate of Milton and Edward finished disposition of records. j jMrs. act was to resign from ta* stale

Oladea CoaBty There were MJ|] This pamphlet ia a foreword byj r I GoMatein, known during Beatrice Fleming of Palm-I discs commmmoa since it had ...

signers to ** pedUoa indadiag{''tbe Okeechobee asaociarioa. says!1 their lifetime here as Milton dale was granted a itauor license' ruled that he could not serve am

some of the largest landowners of 11 j that the Lake hi unique ta make-ap I Edward Gordie. by County J. .I for the Oasis, a new place of business this comaHsaiBB and boat Ms seat

the cobs.A j ta that its 717 square miles of "'-1 e.... BarlMd represents aooa to open there.S aa state _tol'. Ho te omemd fist

move to eatabUsh such a diatrwt -I' sea only be fished about J) .-1 1I I, Rose Captaa. a sister of the .. $ was made available for expeasea -. the aaexpsred tenD of Wtar YX

was aalaalBi several yaars slat I rest of the area and states that ers and only known heir I of the fish committee to attend -' King who was elected met .Nassau.

prlacipally becaaae of a failure atmany while they feel home recatetwa In(I BariVlds pathos to the t'owaty'' Ucmlattve sessions whea the, bar te the sate railroad ..ti9esllat

landowners to aaderataad de-: perhaps ..... that the tedaatry.'shoald ;..i .edge was to appoint a curator to I proposed laws rulattag to rommercial -:t I" wilt he r..aired to ran Sar re-

uum of the program The program t; not be prohibited. Stake' charge of and avaatory the Oahtag come aa for arttoa elcctioB Mat year.

is sow aa act up, however. that f\:'\t i It is brought oat that the seat estate' and ascertain the .....II -I: \ la his first session as a seaator

laBaaaain may either accept the seaaitae. II Hy of appointing aa administrator :oo.'ffUK n.m'R.. from his diaufct Mr Flake will
biiaffits or reject them as be derail 'I' to determine. the effect j and who would act aid ascertaia the serve as eaaanaaa the eommtt-
.... seining on the fish popuUtioa of i, wishes of the heir-at-law. !S T. Smoa*. injured about six: f tee oa scats matttntoas He wlBwalao

details of the program will; the lake the ananas* committee! tine of the brothers died inte- weeks arm wines atrack by a i| hare BMauaaraUp aa the citras

.* aaaaaBrad later bat it is be-|j' baring as one of ta. atemben Dr.
bevy that It the district is sot .pir!; G. Wattoa Smith, am of the !i I other pawed away also a few weeks' tick ctattaa at WewhaU. retaraedhome I county rgaais tioatmaimmce.

BOW that water ooatrol may be foremost icBtbjeoBgiats of the eaI .-so: also without making a WIll tar the hmtar part of mat waok::1 draiaace and water com

procatad OB farm sad rant: toads1 I tire nation bat itlaafd to be governed h" dispootdoa Of aroperty. The I from aaaailamt maaaftal la Clear! mittee. oil aid natural ras.awes

at far lasi cast than if an indn'iclual by the fiadiae of these committees. rather were cdesiteod .. bars# hens whom bt bas been eetWad 11 prisons end eeitglsts

or ..uliBli 'dastriet atteLPtedto ,, *a roQ deraase atuasrtj-. rthnai*> aiaea the .....t. Itlaaagb mackwroBorasd If eemmitteR, nubile roada ... .__

sit '. iv..... 0iIIa..e- la his report. Dr Smith is qnctl:. ].r .jvec the Pin .t tyaKat Iw-1---.. .. fa be at.I .,. e0atler psWdtp ..... ..
the -U. of ..... I l Ongequfpesest v f. ,iii', \ evidence .aotf, :- .." .. durag: 'h it toy resMeae.1 anffeeheg-ea nMssabiuMl efl a ttq.I f. .... tIH h1. aM i>Mbtil.

at aetaa coat f! l'ontIJlIl4'd .a ". .51 In Moore Haven his injuries cues commfctee.

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Outdoor Pageant jASgMEANOTHERTJ 1 A Cf"% -- ..... ; I

Revives Early California Lore !f ..:: .
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The Qacstumi : ?nDge OBO voc E snaic*;is

600 Residents of : .::'::.i ..' : !r :-a"v :. : t- : u.aDy Tie istefiow A..wIz macey WET"

Two Towns UniteIn : ,,-=<.: .! ::..; :....f.er 1. IiiI' .,
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Staging DramaITNT ;, :ne arcaeat lfeiste-a Pa&f<< aesectass:; ,--., ripe:

eee WU a .. oar.till )IraIIL -
fUJ whs.All 4 wrr at wan test...... I J."I..IIIIIJ'-C4. a.
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4. Theeart c.--: ; .rspapes
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the rcrr.a-.ee and dH 5 Tid: :; ic the sssiy state aU Cite 1FU 1be Ada D: .':r." ,; .-II e =
torc of early California. a.l:: Ji1 :.rc ic give a carde"- aoaa .e"-e rete :-. _: .,'" C-

with the pats and tragedy :f8w -- C&OKX of death byir ... K- 5. tta .. .
I. She is reierrtc :' ::, :be cti
Indian people, an revs'tiIB : frost of a icing sgsadf
Is member of congress CTtS&e
fee historic Ramona pages:.: referred a woman te as "confresa- 'i. !"inlet {wits j. ..--c. ....

long heralded as one of the r.&- ;: ace" a "neap 'y I tria sod rib JitaooeJ.

Mow's most spectacular outdo -

in liifMtHatinm.Ramous Bowl which Dear will Heme ope Beauty and Heath Can Be Tows I'

Calif. April 19InMucnatoed Through Simple. Easy Exercises ;

by Heten Hunt Jag
to her best-eelhnf aovei RaBmoa. ,: .. -.r:: praOirns. jr
1j rsF.x: se *+sie apo+Aes Jk:. os :>t
." tilt tret? experiences of a= :v: tor sbte2irOi t:1a.jU.S
-.- i -_ eeea beep 5c.s ces
Ism ceupk Mvmf m San J cz.vafley Jep.
f' asses Zsnuaz
farm the general here :? GOOD _
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pageant-drama. >peeuaw > -
.. y. Prsue. ........ balls ..toad. -
fa its Vtb is
ssason, siagec. .. .
IU own amphitheater situated at e fiGURE
Soot of towering snow-capped ITMB QUIZL'
laci to. rq' (, Monk Make Up Fifth

Of "f Tibet
Revives Early Daft. / Poolatoop
The mtO ftof a$ OBP1en r* J- I
There are so many < xTaet
early Catifor&ia history penr:=j j <.-
prmopaSy bees-:c :s
fee ,si.act. It is replete with cIA : '. Thick Wais dii>e j 1 hard ta make a !hi _-aa, .. f a
ie/tt. Indian ceremonials "itaaeni :
Monks -"*
family there. nv -! up -
; typical of that prod In V\:: A:- type of exeroae: is behrul ?- fifth of tbe population aSSfcet. E.-
cat of the most spectacular >:e*.ei, as di M"" e the waist and year thousands of young rrrcecter :
I mounted posse thunders Be::is r.idr:1! The maiD t&mf is to get : monasteries instead of rr.arrymg. -

tt M-aere ratrertar.ridt stage, those lazy mangles working age., far it often takes as: eracas

Rameza li the remit of the TRAGIC LOVERS Jnatita EaeeQ and Henry Brandon play the so concentrate on brisk stretcnaf six husbands to make ecoue..:

work and talents of mote than leading roles of Ramona and Alessandro, whose tragic romance forms or twisting eszrcisee. money tr support one wife. and
601 residents of the towns of the theme of the Ramona pageant, spectacular outdoor production a.Trr site this. aDdaaJ'llUlnpt.--one :Staod :itt irate oat te rr.cst: wer va--* a*. 'ett three:

Hemet and San Jiticto, nelrtbortrr i stared annually ta the mountain-swept Ramona: Bowl near Hemet, Cabf. nor body trru( ta toac the tafi 0011! :-:5:5 : 'r -.
Yeti tiat fie'cf Ser leg to posttat ."1.- -:
tomznecrdes: nestled la fad fxk err left Do LI trae *Ze-' .
mime her :: .-. ,.-' tef .
the foothffls c< the maJestic Sin ::J pen ea srgei : .e is: : = t: a!ter antis; J s. -
of the! navel which :charpj-.g -. '
Jaentto mountain range msoathera pages cc :-n.les : tre =r-es .o :essandro: -- -
t=: thrill adventure-seekmz ch:3ren. aid J-r. Farrar
CaHf&nda. Comb4nlartheir

effort, the townspeople j 1 Based on History.
In the pictures. seta{ *"f
state tile pageant ai a "labor of Most oi the important incidents hi Ramena Bowl, with its M acres
lore to record an octstandi&r the book actually occurred in San of natural mountainside studded HOUSEHOlDINTS

example of cooperative c- mmo- i Jacmto valley, the borne of the with trails, this efenn and the

alty spirit characters in the story. Mrs. Jack- len story of Raraeaa and .,""-

Aside from one or two profescSonih : SOB conceived the Idea for "Ra- sandro is brought to We n the
mota" after learning of the tragic spectacular OMaia a piece ef window pane
fe tbe title roles every member ; pageaat
the size of co r cookbook. 3 :
si See cart Is a citizen of eMber i experiences of an Indian couple, ._ .
Renet or San Jacmto. AD produc- j Juan Diego and Ramona who lived Abandoned during the war years the edges by gluing a naif -
: in the valley. ; since it is almost imperative to visit strip of thick cloth around .t. T:,::-
Doa details, including costume, set-
Tattered records of San Jacinto the play by automobile the Ramona when following a recipe open ti._:
Hags maintenance box office and
etta parksog of cars are per- ; justice court, as written by Justice j jI pageant has been seen by more cookbook and pace the glass _', : Restore Or,ginal Power,
CSVBJMB. by townspeople. i Samuel V. Tripp. contain the story than 354,000 spectators during its If it. Recipe can plainly be read Save Gas, Save O3 With New
; of the shooting of an Indian Juan seasons Last year tbe play was through the glass and the glass Piston
Sauced to Sefcool.TUrocna viewed the book from dosing Sealed Power Rings
Diego by a white man Sam by more than ..000 spectators also prevents -
." M written by Mrs Temple. Diego the records! reveal, in its eight performances.With while it's bemc. ..*... There's a Sealed Power Individually
Jackson, is OB the curriculums in the owned a plot of land containing water the exception of last season -
scfconls of both Hemet and Sen Ja- a site which was cherished Ramona always has been presented H ywr aiMaaBMa yc are discolored Engineered Ring Set

data.: Yeunfsters who study the certain white men. A trip into bY\\ on three consecutive weekends try this easy method to specially made for jour eogiDC. -
dramatic pages of the novel appear JaciEto one day brought disaster playing in the afteroxns' of each bring the luster back to them. Boil made
to tae play as children. Many as Diego. He made the trip on horseback I Saturday and Sunday. This year the a eream of tartar solution SB the These sets are up

try grow up, graduate to more important tying Ms mount in front of the I'' schedule calls for performances oa discolored pan. Use one teaspoon from twenty-six (26) basic

roles.Daring general store. In town Diego had a Apr 19-20, April 2-27 and May 34. of cream of tartar to each quart designs of Sealed Power Piston

. tile three weekends in "couple of drinks" aDd became confused Gains Laurels of water for beat reauMa. This
wnfcfe toe pageant is staged, bust- with the result that he rode i Rapidly.The simple method keeps your pans Rings. Whatever the make,

sets in the two sponsoring comma away on another horse. ,I Ramona pageant originallywas gleaming. model, or cylinder wear+ condition
started as a publicity entapriee -eTon -
Aires is virtually at a staadstilL Although be rode directly home. !
by the joint chamber of commerce kaww what soiled clothes there's a Seafcd Power
Men and women in all walk of life Diego was branded as a horse thiefin j
raove e& muse to Raroooa Bowl the eyes of Sam Temple. It is recounted :| organizations of Hemet and line will do to hours of careful Ring Set specifically engineered -
San Jacinto. From this pioneer laundry work. The best to
performers, that Temple borrowed a way
some as some as stagehands ;I the best
start, it has become to do
of the
one recognized this is to the line
see is
some as service attendants shotgun, formed a posse and rode \ r
and still others just to view again away in the direction of Diego'sland. I outdoor spectacles of the strictly clean. Before hanging up possible job. See ryourSeaedPower

the storing story of early days in He returned with the story of j nation. the wash to dry, take the fane / I
their! valley having recovered a stolen horse and i i Taking over last season and con- down, wrap it firinly around the

The genera] theme of Ramona lithe having killed an Indian in the proc- i tinning this year as the play's pro- wash board and scrub it thoroughly Franchise Dealer
: duction executive is Adrian with hot and
Awan water
Indian ess. j soap.
tragedy of the people In
1653 Mrs. Jackson came to Los Angeles True to Life CUmaz.ThJ I prominent for many years in proi INDIVIDUALLYENGINEEKED

on a government mission: to ;i":":a"".t gave 1.!:".. JaksmCe i ducing outdoor pageants. For several Error on Postage StampA
gather material pertaining! to the c-.Tiax far her st:::y and sheAUTHENTIC masons he was connected with n
California state fairs. He also five-piaster that
postage stamp
; .r .. staged: the famed Pilgrimage Play *ias been issued by the Anglo- 5 Mie
,. in Hollywood and, since its inception Egyptian Sudan for 4< JUI'S'a-
.: .It has been connected with Chris
.. t' found recently to contain
41"W, 'I' .
Light Opera in both Los Angelesand .
spelled word. In its Arabic lt-cr.rtion
... "' Y/J '! '. San Francisco. Currently he is the singular instead of t: .

.. producing the revival of the famous plural form of the word "piaste-?
; 7"4 Mission Play another early Caltfor-
used that final.1
... :J' was an error was ,
.rl- ,.
na historical pageant, which isseen noticed by an American.
1It' .tt ;> ar.r.ualy:; :n the Mission Play- .
# '.." ,..., t,,'Osa in San Gabriel Calif. -- ---

:' t! .p"'Y' ".. NAP! CRACKLE! ANt TOP! SAYs.I I

Home Town
{<: ,, ;

,, '9 For Blinded Hero i ,. Ngtt'tK

/ SAUNAS CALIF. Salinas, the 4 pDpf
: lettuce capital of the world is car-
r 'r- \ ing for its war hero Arthur ate ,'
.;. .:" ... 1. \ / I \i
Bnde. who lost his eyesight in tbe
; Battle of the Bulge. ;
: J
; Erection of a home for McBride
) will be started soon with a portion

4, \ ;' of the $13,000 donated by people WaiJRICE s
; from Salinas and nearby areas. The
", home will be built in a new subdivision 1 '
> on a $1,500 lot anonyaoaslydonated
:.. f ,. iti. to the war hero. Furthers
\i. .. ; r' !{ '" also will be donated.
Xii ii/ Be sure get Amr tca'a laTorite rice :
Y you cere**
;' .t-!!. \ f \. The Monterey county board of supervisors P.S. the one and only Kellogft Rice Srspms
:; :) has approved placing ofa .-
newsstand in the courthouse tabby -

to be operated by McBride.

111.J.J I' Still Available t

Li '1::' .. No Time for MischiefSEATTLE 'I

WASH. Marflryn And Still Best
.4 Brooks 13. is too busy to get into !

mischief. She paints pictures i I
models in clay, makes doCs and designs i
ATMOSPHERE California's colorful and romantic dresses. In addition she is a

past is recreated la the Ramona historical pageant. Here a posse I pianist, raises vegetables, swims U. S. SAVINGS BONDSSpectacular
Uuaders across the 54-acre mountainside stage, where Helen Boat and roller skates. For the last two
Jackson's best-selling norel. "Ramona," is presented by residents of I years she has received straight

Hsmet and San Jaelnto, Call!. "A's" on her report cards.


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!lin1g.s SD ?
Aetr Plan

FBI Chief Warns of f Communist
The man who always ear. | As congressional conservatives

I ries a chip on his shoulder i continued their 2ght against appoint I

seldom gives any kindling to Burrowing Against Government; i i ment of David E. Lilienthal as chairman 1

the wend iNan i of the national atomic energy

is the only creature Acts to Aid Refugees '1' commission, bills were introduced 1
Congress for the creation of a new board to ..r S..w
able to talk himself into dif be headed by Secretary of State

ficulties that would not otherwise lleA..4 by W.r..na JII.... pft U Marshall \tidirigbt MeMOS
exist. XDITOa'l KOTKt .... ..tBt.n arc ur._< U ..... ..!._. "., an .*... ..tw.a.r. in the
...w_..f laua: .... a.4"ea.. .. ..tr..*rU, *t tab .*..'a..t.\ Under the plan introduced Man About Town: The Keg of for-
"I'm tie last of a longrate" se-.ate by Senator Malone: (Rep.. Tier Police Commissioner Valentine

gasped the marathon XeI and five colleagues and in the (by a newspaper man) will have

rnMr as he staggered overtfe I house by Representative JenkinsR several bitter attacks on former Police
feishmg line. '" -p., 0.), other members of the Commissioner Ennght and Jim

;, new board would include the sec- my Walker. Liquor insiders tear
If a child aa'Ts von ju..chint .: -c'anes of war and navy aDd two that Indiana will be voted dry. .
by brashiat his has ,,, .
pc -<_>ns named by President Trun Medicos about taknti
: now warn you
the latest advice. If .. __ ,
o : <.; : .-.
:::;; benzedrine for far
reducing or any
.....t wart use the '
C seized the
; ;;t. : .servauves upon other reason. They can
aide ef the brash and the -iber : '" I say yea
U international situation to aV :
I cr .
end ., the injure yourself permanently.
child. xr
R .,} f;3 4t tto sidetrack Lilienthal, formerT '1 Transcripts on the recent wiretapPing
i / w a -, i chairman who has been ac- (of the principals) sa the
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countenancing presence
i Ain] Paris gambling fix case conI -
,: :. omumsts in the agency.
some of the newspaper men
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT! 1 i. } $ p opening establishment of the at first. AD the scripts ended with

'j ward to govern all phases of the exclamation "By Jove." It
-. .e stk atomic production Repubr.3 1
1.:" < 1 wasn't until the trial that they
., ,; : joined by southern Democrats
j # : learned the reason for the sign-off
":,' r declared that the Greek-Turk- '' The lad who did the m for
OPPORisri .
,. ."" -* crisis indicated the need for c1cpe f
;;":;;o | the gendarmes (and brought in thei
AGEXTI PROMTrjCirrs ...,, Her husband among more than cortical: : and military control over i
'" !
> Jove
evidence named
hteedir Th- 50 J< : I ) is a cop
Let Iftr Money b.c" j;- t ff"fl': : 100 miners lost in an underground nuclear energy for national security. !
Free .urpl*. qu.intm e ts I. t. -
'vi explosion at ttamae ill Mrs. Stanley
c.. U GIbba Steckeurt "
SU 100 Uae
The railed Nations at
-- m.Jti.. ;' ". > Ted us is consoled by solicitors : l
Sateen has had te eat
n friends after long vigil at mine pansavaeL
ttt.MFN | W TaxHeeding Plan far lack rf ....,. .
sLa. :, Miners' wives kept opc
KAX als M *-4' The at it! A.-.e tea..
the itmfmfr of Republican irony
fee some -
Vcckbr atfdrxffinir rard S<-<; r :.s long hours waiting
r natitoK McMOXAK fOMIsir ," k for Use at major aattts's ntiaVtary
uuru from rescue crews. congressmen
w.rt..a.u tk Out. Ckir ( It
----. -. --- -- -- substantial tax cote far the lower knife w*old Ve nvsre ftan

income groups, the house parsed a .-eieM..1a sheet, the weld
> > .
cosiness with a view toward influencing modified version of the Knutson proposal is .laaehing pcaatti far peace at
1R we T.fend.... u--coaivIete Anyone p;;its can t< make usemw. aaeutttui Pass BucfcCharges I the tK-st5 of cniUlons of for a straight 90 per cent reduction the asset time It is straavavg

.. adF screw driver -.qwrecl IOJJaK'llCIa. every feaaacial sinew IB prearatfcM *.
ele raw ter Mew T.rk' 7. J and counter-charges flew' theater-goers.
----- -- -- -- -------- Under the new bill present rates for war.
MISCELLANEOUSKodak thick and fast in the wake of the disastrous Ii UJN.: would be cut 30 per cent on taxable The epitaph for the 2Mb. see

mine explosion at Wamac, I income up to $1,000: from 30 to 20 terry may well read: BBnaas
Film Developed ID which claimed the lives of over I Celebrate With Veto per cent on income between $1.001 far War and Hate-Net 0e Clot
too coal miners.
Andrei A. Gromyko, Russian delegate and W.395: 20 per cent on income 1st Test and HBC.Waa .
AU size R-erp .
filndP'dopt'd and printed.KEGTJLAK
SIZE !5e coin :i As repeated warnings of state and to the United Nations security up to $302,396 and 10 per cent on an

ENLARGED SIZE . 3k com federal inspectors about hazardous I council celebrated the first anni- earnings above the latter figure. .f. Ticker: Touch of irony
SA'TIP d..' serCf sonciitions in the mine were bared versary of the U. N. with a veto- Over 24 million persons in the lower :a Washington: The pins and passeijsed

CLICK PHOTO SERVICE Sov Dwight H. Green's state the 10th the Reds have employed brackets would benefit from the increased to identify the secret service

TrwMood BBfldat. WOMB, X. C. ministration was accused of since the international organization reduction. (in the senate gallery) are red
____ __ ___ _u __ __ ad-I
tty in enforcing safety came into being to block action Speaker Martin threw his full support Have our intelligence service
Deubleweljht Enlargements : and the federal mmes against themselves or Soviet-spon behind the new modified meas- checked the report that the French

FROM ANT NEGATIVE son, as technical operator posed puppets. ure. Said he: "These tax cuts representative on MacArthcr's coonsfl. -

obS.. 3fcec 15c ea.- S 5 for for SIM5B7. 1.. ,, rapped for failing to correct safety I With Polish are entirely practicable while at the General Pechkefl, is really the
e... 4k__ atom violations. delegate siding time
1 BH same payments are made on on of the great Russian: writer
you d* net have necativc. sod with bun, per custom, Gromyko
plant or mnaiKrtot and endow Mrddrttooal. : Administrative inefficiencies promised wielded the resolution the national debt. People in the Maxim: Gorki? The four peace
veto on a
Mall order toTBIt1 to provide John L. Lewis with that would have Albania lower income brackets must have treaties before the senate are bslete >
: additional yiriTnunitifm for his demands relief from crushing taxation and [ before they are even ratified.
B Soviet satellite with for
'pC A. O lUc U.U. a part pDt
a T. K;.PT.rk M. Ji. T. for federal supervision at. the srakmg of a British vessel by amine unbearably high prices. Venture The great, big beautiful investigation .

: lafety regulations in the mines in Corfu channel last faU. Ef- capital must have a chance for a of the U. S. Maritime commission

when he resumes bargaining with fect of the would have increased reasonable return as an incentive to is ripening into full and

operators for a new contract charge invest in order to make more Jobsat odorous bloom. Poor Henry Cassidy -
for damages
;:::; ;= : liability
-:25 good wages, increase production
Meanwhile, federal state and local being sought by the British tor (one of our favorite commen-
: afficjab mapped three investigations tike mishap. improve quality "and bring down ., tators3 made the fluff of the day oa

tut W r. b..o.+e ataa..r. in the wake of the disasterto prices for alL j the News of the World mesa. Es
As it was. the U. S.. France,
10 t i take off some of the heat Tike China, Australia, Brazil Colombia i: BckcheHy; said: -Foreign Monster
'.0. "
nl n I 1.O federal inquiry" was scheduled to follow I Business Big Scale B vin.
MiILm rllOrO! 1 ", l and Belgium which voted for the on 1-
senate rartagr of a resolution hvtrodocea' resolution watered down the original -
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PERSONAL { by Senator Biooks* (Rep., British charge that Albania was A Touch of Irony The struggle -

:Tole Tpp, CAN BE '. Wrpe a m.). guilty of either laving the mme or The year 1946 proved a bannerone over Greece might result ta
TMT re.bt.t.a. Wn AftviM You' Per for big business with heavy demand another global war yet
in It.
onal AAvK S..4 SI M with :your letter. conniving planting Instead.
REDS increasing supplies of mate-
lOBS CetRM11.. LaIareto. ........... : they accused Albania of possessing! Greece's population is less than
rials and settled periods of production New York the whole
knowledge of the presence of the Clty's-and
SEEDS. PLANTS ETC. Threat to America I after earlier labor disputes resulting is North
mine and failure to dear the country as large as
in peak operations
OUk. ecrtiSed black diamondA1 waornet. : More so perhaps than before, eternal channel Carolina.
..... >D non- er.&r-d Write or wire. I SEARS ROEBUCK: Continuing -
btaatsr C.n L Jr.. a.. IozRta hla. vigilance is the price of freeien. its progressive advance under f'
I FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover I REFUGEES: Chairman Rebert E. Wood Signs of the Times: Bargains arc
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warned' the nation in describing me i I U. S. Aid the big mail order and retail :ocr Dg back. The houseboat strong
*************** I Communist threat to the American ( argawxatiM eajeyed sales of an the corner of 52ad aDd 6th new

For Your Future BuyU. i !form cC government. !', Having already generously provided Sl.ei2.SK.ftSt and profits of S1M- Is marked down to only SMM. .

Addressing the house un-American relief and financial assistance to -,5u. Sales were almost 60 Sixty-cent haircut signs are showing

S. Savings Bonds activities committee Hoover declared war-stricken areas abroad congress per cent greater than in IMS. up again in many barber shops. _

I. that the Reds in this country moved to help the 1.037.000 displaced Mere than SSK.PW.OOO was re- Cabbies report their biz is off 44 pet
r****% ******* institute a small but closely knit I persons and refugees in Europe byJoining taraed t. catalogue customers cent Then howcum you still cant

I group seeking to overthrow our democracy I the United Nations International kwt with the increasing supply get a keb hardly almost Irving .

: and substitute an iron-clad Refupe'organizatioa.. .f goods most orders cneald befitted Berlin, the poor songwriter, &eU

Gas on Stomach dictatorship denying the principles of Under the proposal first approvedby this year. ted only _.000 (after' taxes) in

political freedom the senate and then sent to the 1:. S. sTEEL The .f 1M6 The Anniversary Wa .z"
...". b 5.....w iabte per err n tut religious worship : giant
___.___..- ........ and economic opportunity. He pointed house, the U. S. would furnish 75 million the industry U. S. Steel corporation (from the Jolson dicker) is the first
.... ....... ,
tog......-.....-_-f____--_-11_ ... out that only 25,000 Reds worked dollars the first year representing chewed sales topping Sl- waltz to make the Hit Parade, they
...., ......... .....
lib a."ho 45 cent of the total operational say, hi many years. Howie's
w..- _a,+r..b.1 I. the Russian revolution in 1917 andthere per 400,000.000 and profits 588,6.%,-
..... --.,..... I now gives favored
of Communists costs. you toothpicks.
.. erL'2 : !! =: is a larger proportion 475. Because of rising costs of
at present m the U. S. j Before agreeing to passage of the labor material and equipment Such airs. Some employment
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-- Hc"-tier va, dr relentless: prose- I measure, the senate insisted on insertion proM was reduced to 6 per cent agencies are sending wealthy wid-

rut:or. of tve Ke- found violating of an amendment which I of the sales deBar, leaving a ows and dowagers on assignments

,jie i. rrPutting would protect U S. control of its immigration smaller percentage than ordinary as baby-sitters Breaks tke laseH-
rii suit itiu ut tun M I s policies. Senator Rever- I far reinvestment corporation ness etc. Sudden then: Tbey'rt

RHEUMATISM comb (Rep., W. Va)asserted that officials declared.CONSOLIDATION reviving everything on BreMwayI -

NEURITIS-LUMBAGO I II I the Roosevelt and Truman administrations COAL Reporting Broadway.

have permitted the entrance sales ef Slt5.438.B6,

;ir of 750.000 alien on temporary visas Pittsburgh Consolidation Oil Seine locals were wtadcrcsr

I and Senator Hawkes Rep., N. J.) company showed profits of $5- why so many returning vets are

Barged 2,000,000 aliens have entered tiM,695 a result of the use of bitter. "Maybe." said one,
r 1tat. ire country illegally within tike Jut *new and better tools and the increasing "WI became thear has

'E w years. skHl of the workers efcaiKed things."

miners produced more coal per "Most likely said an eI-G.I,
.I.ti.j. ?l!.S"M**..Mr' CHIPPING: day in U4t than in the preted- "It's because the war hastft."
0(&R11Lu tat II Uteri \O
| BIL MM MM PHll ft .*..mff W f 9 $ r.S.FufUre to g year.MOSCOW i

ion,1(. .... Mtlltttttll .. r.tWarthYoui' -!yR'.i d 11Ioee ambassador state
The U S. should develop a ckart fat; the Norwegian government kMoo

; 1 4 ,- maritime policy new to assure Future ReichAt objection to Kirsten Ftefstad, eke

rcrunued: mastery of the American opera singer now in the U. 3., becoming
odds most of
on phases postwar
.erchant marine, Frei. Harry Luadeberg an American dlizef0 To
politics, the U. S. and Kaam
of the AFL Seafarers International the men and women of the TTntted
J EDGAR HOOVER came to gripe again in Mtaogw an
union declared at its third States armed farces: Picas do
the fjtare pattern of the German
Kidneys K-- 4t.Jif ff't Reiflution biennial convention in Chicago. government. something abort this ....... she

Declaring that the U. S. merchant Boiled down the differences before and during tae war was net
Help Them O uu. UM Blood 1- t ; .- s .'-. u-e-r jTuard ::e said .1 Marine has dwindled to 90 minion amounted to U. S. proposals for a an our team. Kirsten Ftefttad

of Harmed Body Taste .be Reds were unceasing in theirfffv.ts toes from its wartime peak of 50 system cf strong stateworm.c governments entertained the Quishngs after they
Tot. Edeno w sarpa.ty tog tc subvert labor unions invaded her .
; I million, Lundeberg attributed the decline native land. A voice
vwv muut from U*Wo4 are. B.1adrrs.oa.tt.s through an adequate central -
tat to is eIr-- spread Communist doctrines in the to transfers cf American ships authority and Russian recommendations which could lift itself in sang amid
..* ad M N_ tit ni1rt-fil! te ttmfVtttm schools, and prey upon foreign language I the screams of torture of Hs own
Panamanian sales foreign
to registry to -
n .... tMt If nUte .. crap for a strong central
pot.oa tb.4 n a aM QM& tb..bar groups, I governments and removal of government with the states subordinate. country-certainly can't mean ranch
body aacIIIMI7.. Brides infiltrating established vessels from service. If necessary when it swears aBegi&ace to the
tO t .
,:: =::.. .1= ado channels, they also are tryingto I the union is prepared to boycott The U. S. proposals advanced by American flag. Of course the

(*ctiB.v(U.*.iMCMty kifka.u -- t.wmr.-11m&.tvom set up outlets of their own. Under f'I snips transferred to Panamanian Secretary of State Marshall are designed Norwegian gorensEeat has KB cbjectwn -

... rote d pep sad err oral irl'(,-:oo of party leaders, they are registry for operation under )ewer to give the German people a to her becoming an American -

-Her 0tW .sr som.da.a el kKU bcUILtr.es w..w. aaN -aTbNO ;Dro..f>c letter writers and expert: at ; wale and working stacdardi, he closer check en their government citizen! Nerway doesn't

_,---a.. )rpsr.jimg pressure campaigns fare said. through the state level and diminishthe want her. which is one very good:
Sbs44 be r t5H p..aM reason for the United States not totake
erNtret w wiser 1100 __ t_ ',.'- cause favorable to leftism. Londeberg also assailed eO bed possibility of a strong central

.DM.. frtaad t Asa f.DM_*_'* ban tkaa bra tanr w1aa1lla rN-4Tb.J 5re 1935 they hare been espe- I British and Russian CM of American authority Uk the Nazi refine as- her.

a.r. u__ rrp7tatw. --3act: Te te the movie industry, ships obtained under Ic -1e.... ncnicg fsQ, cc&troSisg power. In
....-.-..d br ETOlI pN9m try I Built with U. S. and emplryicg this the U. S. plans embedded l Bead1bleTov Hundred
--;" s." art ......, -la-.er said In *dit.ion to trying I money respect, HffiioB Acres of U. S. Land VacaaUw -
o take over Hollywood: unless, they cheap foreign labor these ships American principles ef states i

!; -eve sought to get a fae&eld in the : are directly competeg with American right and state rtprtscctatiei incongress And fear nUBoa vets I:
and their famines seed a place
; J.'T' -g .'vi productive ends of the vessels, he declared. through the sccate.
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tact FOCI GLAMM COCXTT WSMOCKAT FiuDir, ArniL .*t;< i." I

:- GLADES services. at Employment Service offices the $3.20000;' 4. 3350.00: : 5; '$3.500.-: eipedient. and that she --ttunell

quicker the aentce.eap..expediteemployment 00; 6, $3,650.00; 7.: $3,800.00,8, 'with the principal In this"rotter..
The Democrat foe felt particul of qualified': persons 3900.00; 9. 4000.00; 10 $4.- I[10 connection 'with Mrs. Vaaf De
MOORE: HAVE. happy In "haVing been of as- and aid both employer and employee 100.00: 11. $4.200.00; 12, $4,300.00 .- 'V'elde'B position as lunchroom .manager -
to Mrs. Doris Bowers of In fitting qualification to the ; 13, $4,400.00; 14, 4500.00; : it was also approved that
Entered u *_4oel.. Beach in discovering the job Larrimore said. 15, $4,600.00.M. I the board pay $50.00 on her expenses
t. im at the Po_ of her father a 19 2$ hurri Job applicants include service 2.' \. or 1 rear abut graduation,l II i to attend the thre$ we ks'
Hares .Florida victim. Two weeks agq we skilled $.dOO.clO--t.JOO.OO (Li )<<'ah' in- ,course offered at Florida State College -
Ccccrei of March I. 3. semi-skilled 6, and agriculture I
a request after a letter\ 2. The most significant crease.) j for Women in Tallaaaasee this

Mrs Bowers asking for help number of applicants by individual 1, $2,50*.00. 2, $%.'W_0.; 3.|i I sammer
PaMlabrd Every finding this grave that she might 5. Motion was made by )lr. Walters,
the $%.800.0e; 4. $3.0000.
THE GLADE PRI\ occupations are found in truck $3.1'-1
CARR SETTLE. it on Easter The ink was driving oiling, and mechanic helper 00; 6. $3.200; 7, $3.3** seconded by }fro Saell and carried _
) dry on the paper before occupations. 3400.00; 9, $3.5et.01; 19. that a thorough investigation be
Wise reported that he knew 60000; 11, $3.70000. 12. $ $3'-1 .made of BOBMC of children who Weft
Current at the local
job openings
Sabaeripil.a father T. D Sullivan and that 00; 13. $3.9000: 14. $4.0000; : formerly receiving free lunches and
office show heavy demand for
__ a
Oat Year
knew be was barfed in the Or- 15, $4,100.**. that the welfare worker be the consultant -

Iii Month __ ____ cemetery. Other information sugar field cane laborers.rnemptoyment harvesters. sad sugarcane H. .\. ttr II. S.I >ears), 112.JfW-! !jt in this matter and if it Is

rapidly so when Mrs Bowers 1 $l-?i.l ").UO (JO >fIIU" Ina'sos'e-) found that any of these children,
her mother arrived here on compensation payments 1. MOe; 2, fJ,3W.0; 3. or others actually need the free

> it wasn't difficult for them in Glades County daring the $%.iO....; 4, 2600.00; 5, U.700.-1' troches that they be reinstated
? discover the grave I. E. Scott week ending March 29. amounted to M; s, U.S.O.H; 7, $%,"*.H; 8. with the understanding that the
with them to the cemetery $22-00 and were made to 2 persons $32 underwrite the financial a
Carr $3..0..0*; 9. $3.10000; 1 board win
By that this family's Easter both me.. These recipients who this undertaking
am sure **.**. ; aid necessary for
made happier by the ending of are registered aa unemployed ;I to 3JI sears to M W (1 lcarincn'm Bad also that the salaries of the
regarding his final through BO fault of their own and helpers in the lunchroom will be
"e )
that It J.wasn't E. Caldwell. place. available for suitable employment 1, $1,."."; 2. $1.'"."; 3.,! met by the board provided the
were classified as skilled 1. and ".0 5, $%. from sale of lunches for .
others in the party $1,80000.; 4, $1,9 ; proceed
Latest addition sad change of the: semi-stilted 1.Coapeaeatioa. OM.OO. -1' the remainder of this school year
Sugars, cone in to
afternoon Haven skyline is Junior Nor of non-veterans is 2 to 2.9 years MHiI'fi1.! ,::HO.ot are insufficient to pay them
iatarday 's Quonset but garage building. paid only to those who have earned (io jear>' liure e.) Motion by Mr Walters, second
contacted the men
... discussed the steel is going up rapidly and credits ia covered emplo.lDeDt.Pay.eaw 1. $1,200.00; 2, $1..00-0'; 3. I by )lr. Snell and daly carried that -i'' '

were ready to return looks even bigger than we of unemployment com- $1.50'.1'; 4, $1.,.....; 5, $ .- Mr. Hendrickson be retained as
coming in first anticipated L. M. Lilly pensation throughout the state for 1.*.*.. custodian for 1947-48 school yearaad

out the airport.ever Bat P. E. Lundy are "drying in' the week ending March 29 were LeN than 2 years college, $725.00$1.on. that his salary be $Ii.." per

for a brtef visit new buildings as roofs go into $115.U3.5t. and were made to 7.- ..' (3 years' btmue.) month and that the following be*
frankly concerning this week Mr. Lilly using as- 491 These figures do not include It was moved by Mr. Walters drivers be retained, with a $1$.**

departed leaving -cement shingles. Ed metal allowances paid to 15,500 unemployed seconded by )lr. Snell aid carried : increase In salary, provided finds
with the first we've seen since veterans from federal funds that the following resolution be are available to pay this Increase:
one more a
war Down in the south end which were $329,219 daring the
Hicks $125.09 Lacy Baa-
optimism. adopted: I' J. C. ;
town Jim Lee is building a re period
And I can see WHEREAS Moore Haven High lerson. $125.90; Rewewt Spear
shop on the back of the lot Non-veteran payments throughoutthe
ever for feeling any I' School was removed from tM accredited $115.00; Fred Van De VeM,
once again talking be lives to work on his drag- state for the week reflected an list of Southern Association $125.00; S..ie Gr *r, $I..... this
trucks etc, while just across: increase over the previous week I ::
the to Goodao is retained
admit unexpected of secondary schools aad colleges provided run
I street Cleo Taylor is putting up when $1&S,887 was paid.
mit that even yet in the fall of 1944. for certain .. part' of the Muse PMte.I .
to be ironed out; even larger shop building large- reasons andWHEREAS I And further that the bas driversbe
for carpenter work Both of II
"We are doing everything possibleto
ADVERTISERS't required to mow the football
they are not yet covered steps have boon taken
buildings are being make the local FSES offices a
a definite "when." ,lth aluminum sheeting. Don Carr central community job clearinghouse this school year to overcome those i park from street to street, omeeeach
awarded a contract objections I week daring the school yearor ;
building, in his spare time on where all employers and all the
mill Moore when deemed necessary by
concrete block building on Ave- NOW THEREFORE
I workers including veterans can get
that the school yardbe
big enough I principal
I. doing most of the work him- the best employment results," Lar- SOLVED by the Glades County
months time and mowed over weekends by someone
go I The REA lower plant building -I rimore said urging all applicantsfor Board of Public Instruction in reg-: the board for that '
on schedule; a devoted ular session, that the -, employed by
activity Is still largely jobs and orders for the filing of Superintendent
I' the
the Done ot
awaiting the purpose, since
only the pouring of the concrete piling Job opportunities to be made at the of Public Instruction be empowered -
i classes aer1onsiywhen
the interrupts
company.I take all mower
and instructed to
i for the foundation and the fill employment service office in the
don't pretend in of the site from a borrow Sanders building in Belle Glade. necessary steps to initiate the study used near the building diving

the answers lust sooth! of the plant site Job orders will also be taken over looking toward regaining our membership class hours.
in getting Down at the railroad bridge the telephone 307.A on the accredited list of Motion was made by Mr. Saeit ,
tions I asked them I ACL's steam hammer has become representative of the FSES anda said Southern Association of secondary seconded by Mr. Walters and carried a

time and others I familiar sound as it drives sheet representative of the Unemployment schools and colleges during that the little concession building
around to but I'll piling for the new bridge pier Yep, Compensation Division will this calendar year or as soon I be moved over near the band room

dollar that they're the sounds of construction ate be in the county courthouse from thereafter as possible. for a storage space for supplies.
anxious to get again heard in Moore Haven and it's 100* 'to 11-00 each Wednesday Motion was made by Mr. Walters Motion by Mr. Snell seconded by
ready to go as. any my guess that it is just a whisper morning seconded by Mr. Snell and carried Mr Walters and carried that all
have it and that compared 'to what it will. be by that Mrs Janet Van De Velde be bills presented for payment be ap-

be started at the summertime. CARD OF THANKS retained as lunchroom manager at proved.
moment. They -.. a salary of $125.00 per month for Motion by Mr. Snell seconded by .

break ground soon ] 13 AreJListed As i We deeply appreciate the effort! the 1947-48 school year and that Mr. Walters and carried that the

of Mar; let's not' I made by the people of Moore Have she have the privilege of emPloy- meeting adjourn. __ _,__
even if they area.'t I I Unemployed By and 'the InformattoiTgiren us which ing such other help in the lunchroom .....- LnT nta-"b rnaffX-<2iainnan.
of June. the at she deems necessary' of Margaret }'. TarnatnTSec'y.
resulted finding of <
jl oar gravE ... .
FSES Office Here
of our husband and father Thorns! -.-t. .. .
'It was a Daniel Sullivan in the Ortona cemetery .
day and it was There are 13 job applicants list- after all of these years of uncertainty '. }

folks gave 'up their ed In Glades County A. M. Larri- as to his last restin,,,
ing snooze to of the Belle Glade
more. manager
1 place. Words cannot express ou r
services. Held office of the Florida State Employment ''
gratification.Mrs.. Get fit tabu el 'betsmt ",
at the
Cypress edge Service stated today. Lar- Pearl Sullivan
and started just as rlmore said 11 of the Job applicants Mrs. Doris Bowers

over a cloudless are ex-service men. W. T. Sullivan
ice was most The Belle Glade office of the L. J. Sullivan Ta"Family
heralds members of Florida State Employment Service,
started out at 5:30 is "carrying on an intensive effortto TIIVMiSMessrs
townspeople and I line up more jobs for veterans l Fort
Job. Even the : Larrimoresaid
and other Idle workers Dave Click and Ra]
ed.In with a bit of he hopes to list every job op Yoder of Click Farms Moore Ha Dept. MYf'n,

their own. I' portunity In the area so that ntt'ri i ven. donated ISO'to the Moore Haven Store" i
Other services ans and other unemployed coming I Tigers negro baseball team F1a.

were equally to the office to file for unemploy The club expresses thanks to the
Churches reported r be promptly
ment compensation may gentlemen for their very hbera 1
referred to jobs. contribution Donations will be ap

PATRONIZE Ol'R 'I The more job opportunities listed j predated from any of our well Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More

wishers as we are striving to purchase
uniforms this year BUY FKOM OCR CATALOG-Over 100.000 Items
I Edward Frailer Secretary
Jeme Weeks, captain .
: :-:-:..:.:-:-:.: :-:-:..:-:-:.. Arthur Hoggins manager:
.V public hearing will IN- held hj the Flori.la Milk Commission -
at 'ourt House in Moore listen Florida, on .\pnli, Bozeman Chairman- I ,
11147, at 1 1' )!., for the l'urrcof making Midi ffMeMijzationt i Ii
a* shall swiii proper to the ('.niiml-..jon.t Ii
.\ thK hearing evidence and testimony will Iw rwei -.lrrlathe (continued from Pat li i TILe Cut Rate
to the r<.st of production, and milk. i'ro
The public invited to attrn I'I.OnW)11I.li COMMISSIONI Many of these lives can h.' 1'a\.1 Liquor Store

.. K. Mtholas, Vlminisirator education of the people to caner .
i danger signals to a fear of discovering the disea1" IS NOW OPEN
upon aisit to a doctor and .
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lays in visiting the doctor whcisuspected.
Education and rt'H'ard1111'11I I
go far toward stamping cut thi
disease 1 We carry a complete line of blended

FLAMiNGO Teachers Named- whiskies, ryes, bourbons, gin, Scotch, do- .'.

'ii. .

Continued from Page 1) mestic and imported wines and liqueurs.In .

summer school work required tc

report for duty three weeks in advance .-: : :-:-:-:-: :-: -. :
"f he opening date of school 7J

DAIRY I fEE .L t. "r,Lpurpose V workshop i of conducting on Southern a non As' In our new and modern building on 'i

I -". Lain r membership and working Avenue TTENTATIVE -
('uCh.. details of the school pro _.>

Roughage and Concentrated Feeds gna fur the costing school year :
M..y non was made by Mr Walters ( : -.-:+: :.:-:-:-:-:.:.............+?. : !
-ended Mr. Snell and rarriec
M b\ "
in Florida for Florida UsersFOR :
that the tentative salary schedule
presented by the superintendent. a''' OPENING HOURS: -1
SUE IN THIS AliBi AT IFIITDRVU PLANT IN this time. be adopted, provided thECitizen'
MOORE RAVEN 10 o'clock a. to 9:30
Committee's program 11: m. p. m.
enacted into law. Following is saw
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) salary schedule-

MOORE HAVEN, FLORID One sear short M, .\., *:2HO''.0< Broadus and Ray Gantt

.ftllO.OO 415 year inrrra.e.) .

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FRIDtr, 4PRIL_11. 10,47 GLADE OOC!! TT IvEMOdllT P.t.GE_ FIVJt_ 1 1l

I! ; and health 61 that date (August 94L
.. --ctc-c-s-s-s--c--"s--s-.s.-.tet-tes' ''I II" Os III "" II Unit much-needed recreational QUO )
I Refrigeration facility I The resolution offered by the
6PER8ON fisheries association rl'quests that
Bought By Beck At
Child Bitten the Legislature investigate the action
1'1 Buckingham FieldThe of the fish and game commission >

1L and SOCIETYc ,Moccasin Improves I to' ore if the commission is

serving the purpose for which it was

" bid of A A Beck. Lakeport .1 created, ; to summon members of

k : commercial fish dealer for a large Rene Gnver fire-year old ... the oaaisissten to offer tiiitjmanjon '

o o e ccco OB\OOUU.Qoc' U cue aU4 ;00. refriceratioa sad deep freest nit ter of Mr and :Mrs William\ Gayerof their action under oath ta MElt

and Mrs. I at Backiagham: Field has been accepted Lakeport was bittea by a cot- whether is right that private ..-
RT Ahem were! Arthur BarroD was a business
by Mar Asset \dniaistra tOll mouth moccasin near her home teas he denied the right to pursue
, visitors in ATM Park Wednesday. visitor in Tampa oa Tuesday
tion sad delivery of the unit will : on Tuesday but is reported to he, a gatefal occupatioa without eaaee.

Tommy he made soon recovering nicely Oa the back pace of the pasta.*.
saestt UK past Mr and Mrs Martial McGahee sad
.: week-end ia "Tlajai. ckBdrea of Atlanta are speeding a Mr Beck states that a portion of, The child was mashed at > to' let at the statejaeat made by Dr.
. M Draagha gavel! Joha Bios. tusked States Fish and
week here with Mrs MrGah e's paryen the unit arranged in several different tows where Dr. D.
i-- Eugene BoyleaTaesAay division will he placed at his immediate treatment sad ao seriouss| Wildlife Service to the Game and
k was to Fort M I' ecu AIr sad Mrs P. E. Load?
! oDRUb' btsltsea., i home at Lakeport where new REA after effects have been reportoaV i j Fresh Water Fish Commission:

r will make possible tts operation "I would like to leave this thought
Mr and Mrs W. )I. Adkias ol I power
Brooks of West Palm Beach l Vero Beach spent the Easlere Part of it may be sold since ; Bitter Legislative- with you. This say be a casewhere

spat the Easter holiday with his i ead wit, their pareats )lr. and Mn several bmers have indicated aa interest the operation was rnircosstul
I in acquiring a portion of the --- I but the patieat died. You fellows
mother Mrs Ceefle Brooks. J. W. Adkia and Mrs Gladys Stalls. ,
equipment (Continued from :lap 1) are doing a lot of seif-dtagaoaiae
I I ed that commercial fishing has affected -I here thinking that possibly
.1 by ex-
Bob Mrs .
King waa a hasiaesa Tauter j W. Adkias left Monday of
baas fishing over a period I the commercial
ia West Palm Beach over the week-l! for Qatar for a visit with her Dance At Gym- the! ciadang fisherman
the .
tea years On contrary yon have solved all your problems
end. daachter, Mn E. F. laitea and her .1
predominant evidence is to the effect and that sport fishing will pick up
new graadttaaghter born at a hospital -
that bass have increased t& immediately personally do
(Continued fio&i Page 1) not
there last week.
Mr and Mrs- L. ''
M. Lfllj were population aotireabI,'. think that is the
j case I think you
.006 ia view.
..eta an vistton ia Fort goal of $12 Although
linn The committee also recommended i iI need a good deal of investigatioa oa
i- .....,. Mr sad Mrs. Harold Yoder of that goal is stiB tar from attainaaeat -
that a year's survey be made of a the St Johns Lake Okeechobee *s4
BardesTille Ok la will arrive Moa- only a more than 24M

: Mn J. W Cram and Urns Marto day for a visit with his brother R : having been collected to date the I sufficient scale aDd,with a snffkit -; Lake George before committing
to de-i I yourself to decision
t, eatly well trained personnel any permanent
D. Toder and his sisters Mrs Ce-
Crass committee ts act discouraged sad
j wet viators! ta Fort "
; sis
of growth
termiae rate allY
cile Brooks and Mrs K i. Baaat-
Myers Sataiway.1U expects to continue to raise mosey
I gardner of population and other necessary !! Test suits involving the value
m various ways antil the entire
I II data in order to establish the facts of the coausiseteBs action of iMt
r: C. Alls et Fort Myers was amoant is ready for the ooastractton :
I for a wise and adequate regulationto October are lUll to be held. The
h MM Taiiiaj and Wednesday maktor Sophomores Make Trip Since the CPA still tarns I bring about the greatest production supreme court is scheduled to hear
..*. e C aMr ....... thumbs down oa construction ot
I fish that careful inquiry
To Miami Beach ; ; tae ease of H. G. Stewart LaVepert
pools it will give additional timeto I II
be made ia regard to both fish dealer. sometime nest week
*. .Dta Griffith sad chUdrea work oa the financing details I commercial fishing of bream and Thomas K. Nipper arrested
The Sophomore rlass with their
sad Doaald Fats were ia West Bay a ticket to the dance for in i and crappie tending toward the March :, near Callaaaa for admittedly -

Pate Beach gatvtfay SBoasor. Miss Rush. their room- giving yourself an evening of genuine I propogatkm of catfish. bream and1i I Ii transporting fiek caught in.
other. Mrs J. B. Cox. and their
pleasure yon are also contribnt i crappie and that the commercial : Lake Okt'f'Cltobee.m be tried oaApril
chaperons Mrs. J. Heflia sad )lr.
eae Kelly .f Fart LaMer- tag toward the attainment of a : fishing operations remain in status i 17
set Mrs Lacy Raaleraoa, made asedseational
*ale was vmtttag Meads here last
trip to Miami and Miami -
J'rI May.
Beach oa Friday The groap

: Airs. left by school has at five in the
Cat*. and I N. Craw of Orbit
oraiag sad made a fall day of
sari Mr art Mrs. J. 8. Cot- .
I" their trip. retaraiag to Moore Hares -
toeft a( Fast Myers Beach ill

.... here test-Thantay iac. at 2:3* a. m., Saturday morn-I Announces Details of .

They first made a trip to the
Mrs. Jon Brewa and chttdrea
beech: aDd went awiauaiag After
gent Easter Malay with Mr. Bre
"mla the swim they all eajoyed a pieaiclaach
Vero Peach here he is aew employed. -
under some shade trees on $20,000,000 Price Reductions

MaeArthar Caw..ewy. The next

I thing was a trip OB the large 47-
Mn. L. P. Turner aad daughter, toa diesel-powered yacht Comrade ...
Via. 'sstit several tab
H days week
II This was the most interesting
I ia Belle Glade with her brother Detail*of the raeaBtry announced International
part of the trip as it was the first

Conale Seven.C. time that moat of the crowd had Harvester policy of pT"f price reduct oo
W Nerri-of Julsoanlle bees oa the ocean The captain of M Bare users of DC products approximately ...JiII: FARM TRACTORS

"" Visited test Saturday with Mr and the yacht and talked explained through every a microphone detail- t ,000,0U0 a year bare now" been worked oat rwi' 12.Model& .

.\ Mrs. C. L. Norris aDd his sitter of the trip telling tbicpi of Inter- We ors reduced prices oa 163 models. Tbee Reduced $10 to $134 (up to 10.6*)
Mrs R. C. %orbeea.su. .
est along the keys and how the cover 12 bane models of farm tractors. 123
.t "spoil 1 banks' along the More got
basic models of farm machinet,16 basic models
their naju.es .He also told how the
':x ,nannt palm first got started growing of industrial tractors and fo gins, aDd 12 models ....... 12 MOOds '

In Florida and why you never of motor trucks, aa wen as certain motor
I salt .Reduced $50 to $300(1.9* to i$%) .
see then. growing except near truck attachment The new lower prices! are !
I wateThe boat also passed by tbe -
effective of March
aa 101947.
I .aacht owned the Duke
ps a by
and C'-I 'if'M of Windsor. which was Tbeee reductions were made not because of "

rr"S T tb the American sad EnsIsh any decline in demand but because we believe 123 Models

: flags. aad aIM..M. .4 th*
Reduced $2.50 to $122.50
nothing is more important to this country than
-r Memorial which is a beau-
Flag > % to 2S.8%
I ':*\I: place; After arriving at their II to lower the prices of the goods people buy. (1.9 )
L. 1ou., Apr: 4"EA&T
; I the Atlaatic the
dei: nation on While prices have not been changed on
TO w :ir I group ma invited bv the captain togo
made-reductions TRACTORSCrawler4
products, we have wl allWI
\ .,n < hnsoa below) and look through the
News glass bottom, late the depths of the. possible in the amounts possible. Prices ( ) Models

ocean and see its fantastic marine many of our most popular products have beensubstantially Reduced $35 to $50 (1.0$to 1.6%)

life. tropical fish and many straat lowered
Toes Wed Av': --11S S i coral formation A specially I

trained deep-sea diver walked along Altogether more than half of the company's

the ocean floor and brought w up I customers will be benefited by the reduction, 4
A IuIt: W NG1RS1
some (oral sea grass. etc Some tv which range from 1 % to 23.8% and from $2.50 Etsatf Cmt>ra-3 models reduced $22.75 in each

< ,,!Oil i kn M s was reported cue ((.8% to 7"1:).
to $300 item, baaed list F.O.B.
I pan the return trip to the pier I per prices C slap vMtar-l model reduced $33.75 (3.9%).

: ( ciri changed from dvagarees Chicago.Since. Kasnsr hQ -2 models reduced $5.00 in each cue '

T" :r.'tt dresses sad weat to theo the people have demanded that the {1.9% aDd 3%\. t

.lnt eCTICa.uucu, ;mpia tbeatre-to. a good movie withdraw from control in Urn sr.aw-1 bane model reduced $%:.50 (4.9"K
government price
SONG After the 801hl' 1
oRSrse row Ute-.l model reduced $25.50 (8.9S).
group went to a cafeteria and peacetime; the responsibility to keep prices in I'
SOUTH I Minart Spnidsr-1 model reduced $13.00 ($i%)
or THE -nack By this time every- -
? diets m back where should best the hands .
and althoaghi ; ..,.. UnJU-2 modeb reduced si?OEl aDd $100
S it ,'. "of s the pretty heys wasted to go bosmeas and industry. The business outlook (144% aDd l84)).

S dtmg; it being Good Fri- makes it pnanhie for us to move toward the Mfter Vacoma Pumpi-2 modeM ndooid$17.00 1&each

UNCLE REMUS a 'inz rink was closed f goal of lower prices, and we have left a duty case (11.5c and 19.6%).

t 16" ')'Wt.1 I ;--1. I ,. .If: :,*.\ boarded the bun a rery t to act as prompt as sebie. Potato Miter Vacmra f'umps-2 models ledvead$17-39
,-t ... '- .... : .: lint hat,;,% t.unrh aad beadedStudents po m each case Ol.3%>: and 11.7%).

M < umfl r Our abi&ty to maintain these lower prices StMtess lieu Her PaiIs.m -%modsatrednoad lUtaaai

lei I:'.,, '!.s: ; rt. t-:P were w depend the supply and pace materials 10.00 a8 5' and 23.8%).

" A ...: . ; -; to .\ I:ti'n r soi. g..hl.\ -..\1 pn. Marion l we buy from ethers and on *"*"****&upt.d pro- Cream Stf..mrsmocIeJ.. reduced 91&25 ia aacfeeae
.. ; .e1 levy* ..11..1 Hin .>< K. DoaaWFarnam (8% to 10.4\!!.
-UF.\-II. PL U't.IUl dactaoa at resjonable leech ;
Jiiamtr. Crm: John &aet wage Tract* Tr* r-l bIIIic..w...... f12.75 9J %|.

\\-, Hi''i'o \ d nan D,'n ualassum Eugenia: Whid I The prices fisted here carry out our anJiIdk CooIeI'51DO rdosd$8M to__A..-s '

,10-1. I:,' l KI> ':a'.l:l" suite te 4.J .
ii H\i' 1 '\ .' lallf'T-1 nouaced policy that "Airy prior ts to ktgk tf %)
v ",de Cl>ck 'ftiora I4.n
item be red l." IRdustI Tractors (WbeeIt-4 bawc .aJiii iwa\Med
.., Con .swan' HFf1iIn
oJ : : :- p I $19.00 to $56.00 (I% to 3.4%). ,
.. ,
row n ,
: 25 More Types of Products kukittnal Power Dusts-8 raodwk redwad fpm iftJOd
$1SOOO (t3% to 11.4%).
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Pfcw-52 models reduced from 1800 to _00 Motor Track J.ttxtllnelltS-7 items reduced from $6.25

(Sfj to 10,7
I Ymn-13 IHMC model reduced 5.00 to $10.00 two itema..

GENERAL ELECTRIC (45% to 7.4%). f

Utsrj antI1tI IIIeIustIiS-7 aardehj nducid $5.00 m ,

APPLIANCES AND SERVICE I ew chcase (2.8% to 4
ton Plan tIr1-C bate model naWiJ 15.to ia each

MAYTAG case (3% to 4.8%). k 1 $ i

Crass "'-11 avodeis nduosd H42S to 12000 .

(4.4% t. 6.3CMOWlf1t !\ ).

APPLIANCES AND SERVICE I Ii haaK aaodeai. taduced 94JO" $ l.iO 1Li

I ( % sad b%). ,

Electrical Contracting SmO Rake-1: medal sdusd $5.Olbl tLS%).
General !
i P1cQ Nay '''-1 asodal rali eui $70M EUS).

Complete Line Fluorescent Fixtures I eIf-ttnliIIcI CoII Int-l t.IIic.dd.rwd tsd $12I.5e


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111.dlomeJo.um 7A a Kathleen Norris Says: Gem of Thought

T0 necessities in doing a
great and important wort:

4 R'6Q'RDUNOOR It's the a definite plan and a limited
Children Who Suffer in Divorces time.-Hubbard.
e c eJiIn Bell S"Udlcate.-W1\"U Featuret.
w P A HMO stomU mter k* .iknto "
ou-n te bos been i* At rf.
WASHINGTON u-bifb is bra spying in ether. .,Wtbt ..
TkII bt is viser today fj".be eras
.' By Walter Sheod SCIENTIFIC: BEDFELLOWS ysI".J.1.
It's rot making the front
i pages.
WNU Corr.apoedsaf Hypocrisy is the homage
;;ut significant hearings are being
which vice renders to virtue.-
'.eld: before the house interstate and
WXU WHit.'''ft '' B_teen f foreign commerce committee for La Rochefoucauld.No .
r,.St N W establishment of a national science : : 1 man has the right to do as

Slowness of GOP Congress i foundation. In view of frantic atomic ; he pleases unless he pteasei to
experiments abroad these are do right.
Draws Sharp Criticism i important. -
Some hearts like evening
I Originator of the sciencefoundation
primroses, open more beautifully -
Three months have passed since i! idea (providing federal funds in the shadow of life.
the 80th congress convened and the for research) was West Virginia's I II
Republicans still are mired down on i able senator. Harley Kilgore. His
both the domestic and foreigr i i bill, which set up a board of nine !
fronts. I 1. men appointed by the President and i

They admit it and are chafing ai confirmed by the senate, was JuilVUL fflltUUWVL..
criticism directed at them frotr baled by the White House and r .
throughout the country. Most of the many scientists. Key to the Kilgore 4 An elderly couple had been sit

critics go on the theory that the voters bill was the provision that all ds- ting in front of the evening Are along
gave the Republican congressmen coveries made through the use of i time without speaking At

a mandate to change thing federal funds be made available to pte i iI last the husband inquired, "Whatare
quickly for the better on labor i the public. te+wa you thinking about?"

taxes governmental expenditures i However the bill now before the To which the wife replied: "1
high cost of living and many othei | bouse interstate aDd foreign commerce was just thinking how long we!

items which were made in hast} committee, introduced by I I Denise bi by anus, left the Uhle, *nd reined to rttum avers at BeNs have lived together and that it
Campaign promises. reactionary Congressman Wilbur '04Jft"g. couldn't go on forever like this and
I Mills of Arkansas, is carefully that the time will soon come when
Year metwn Reporter !! angled in another direction. "
By KATHLEEN NORRIS one of us will have to go.
wiUMng fee legislative wheels UNHAPPY DAUGHTER
spin late deeper and deeper 'I It provides that a board of 48 "Yes," assented the old man
$1a year men from private "but it is no to about
ruts .f ceof ressronal inaction is f II r-ipHERE was always a use worry
iaclteed to sympathize with the business shall administer the I deep devotion between Whett parents art divorced, she that now, Mother."
funds allocated to the national children are divided in loyalty, "
overwrought congressmen who -L first husband and "No, was the calm reply "butI
are, as a matter of fact working i science foundation. And most my Marian bewildered, embonMsed A sensitive was just thinking that when H
hard working long boars in an significant is the fact that the {our daughter, writes girl, like Dtmte in aysstory does happen, I would Eke: to go to
Mills bill provides no safeguards Lent, from Chicago. "When Ar- "
attempt to brine some order GIlt supers a put Jed, particularly California to live
of the chaos, occasioned when I to prevent assigning patents I mand and I were divorced, Den- during she trying of I
any change in leadership is and processes to the big I! Ise felt it bitterly, although she adolescent years
made in (_pess. business groups which these 51- i was only 8. I immediately mar- i,
When you start to chaos i a-year men represent. : ried again, and she disliked her Dents is 13 and lives wish her

the basic law of the land after II Kilgore's bill was passed by the stepfather, although he was always mother, who bs remarried. The .

11 years it jest doesn't happen. senate last year, despite the open kind to her. Bruce had two girl quarrels with her stepsister f If

There are many view- apposition of the National Association I daughters at that time, 13 and Betty who is 18. Two younger -

p tats. There is a routine legislative : of Manufacturers which wanted 17. The elder has since married, children, a brother and sister,
route which most be followed i' Its members to profit from govern-
and further. Denise
but the Betsy complicate things
'and it's a long drawn-oat younger, my
| ment-endowed research.
own daughter are continually does not want to help with the
process. It takes time. and timeis
what the Republicans are asking 1, In However the NAH did succeed quarreling. The family has in- work or the baby-tending and is
for.Your bottling up the Kilgore bill in the creased since by the arrival of moody, resentful, jealous and an
house and now is trying to substi-
another girl and now a baby boy, happy.
tute the big business-authored Mills .
Hometown Reporter also ii .
Inclined to think that the criticferrwhich t! bfllTn' its steadDEMOCRACY and we could be ideallyhappybut Because her father is married

is being poured onto the Republicans I! i for Denise whose wretched again, this time to a "flighty, hysterical

is coining, not so much !, AT WORK disposition jealousy and resent- woman," there is little
from the rank and file voters as from MAKING DEMOCRACY WORK ment spoil. everything. Betsy likelihood that Denise would be
the GOP friends those who expected PEPARTMENTTheJITir gin a I new 18 is a charming girl, better off with him and her WHEN CONSTIPATION makes yea feet
any the dickens
association punk u ,brings on stomach
1! Press i bringing twa
them to serve their sjtaptdlScteresK; French ; pretty, musical and full of fun. stepmother. upset lOUt taste, pay dtscemlert.
industrialists who wanted to slap labor journalists here for a three- Denise is .toq tall, too heavy and take Dr. CaldweU'a famous medn no
down in a hurfyT"big' taxpayer-tmofetiitour to- get: acquainted- I at the clumsy shy difficult Denise is getting to be a seri to sturdy pull the trigger oa lazy "in
who confidently: anti ] the United States. Charles Sans and "t'1'obe",. Her stepfather is nards" .and help yon feet bright sad
I stage of adolescence. Betsy is chipper again.
'expected them to 'force. &hrou han I JTJh-ard d'Orgevflle are the working' like another mother 4o the beginning to lose patience with DR.CALDWELL ill the WOJUledulHII-
........the-boara 20 pet nt tax ?newsmen who will "make the trip. I IJ her. MJJS Norris suggests tray laxative contained in coed old Syrup
reduction. Jandlords. ito' though '}'edit' MIss Daphne Dailey; .*! younger children; "Dejiise re- out boueier thai should be iats4'101'110 Pepsin to make it so easy to take.MANY .
they had lifted all rent controls rail 1 I'or the Bowling Green. ;arolme ijrog. !.,sents being asked .to do the ; t DOCTORS use pep 1 m preparations -
road,leaden who thought the GOP."fess.-with the idea. The Amerii I slightest thing for them. eterybodj. : U.prescriptions to make the medicine
would free them from an -trust can fieM service having done a "Armand. my' flrsi'husband.: has Miss Norris tUJriHSlbill Denisebe take.more'aob*palatable core your and laxative agreeable i* contained to-
laws*. these who believed the story >'great job as volunteer ambgl!nce t married Again and has two boys. allowed to board at the home in'syrnp Pepsin.

that you could fire a million govern- [.drivers during the jvar. has taken II j ji Denise wants very much to live with of some schoolmate. litre she INSIST ON Dfe. CALDWEU/S-the fs-
merit employee* and not miss them. i on a peacetime Job-sending American : her father, but for several reasons would bare companionship and onto of mffiioos for 'b.aaJ fed
that wholesome relief t
And then there New :> students to study abroad with that would not be practicable. His
are the' Real '. would be free from' he constant tioa. Even finicky children lore>L
haters who wanted to ee all vestige a reciprocal' arrangement for.'fprI second wife is a flighty and hysterical that CAUTION Vie
frictions ] only as directed.
are now besetting
of New Deatism thrown out trflfwmJow.'when sign students to study .in the USA. woman who had had two previous
the GOP leadership here .. Upon the death of 'Harold fl. unsuccessful marriage experiences for. She would have a chance to

realise* that the New Deal all along Smith, ex-budget director and a before she married Armand develop her own personality un DLCAIDWEII'SSLWAIAXAT1YE

was nine-tenths common sense and great public servant, his family and if Denise cannot be happy here fettered. t
pracffeai government and only one- asked that friends not send flowers, with me. the chances of her being
tentil idealism or plain nonsense, "ac but donate the money to dancer re- happy there are certainly sljm. If we father
cording the point of view.. So the search. There are now 180,000 could afford it we would send her rave over the baby daughter CONTAINEO .t SYRUP PEPSIN
New-Deal lows will Hot all be thrown deans, annually in the USA from to a boarding school but beside the and son; meanwhile poor Denise
out. cancer yet its origin" and cure are expense there is the considerationthat forgets things, breaks things falls -- -- ,-

still_unknown, The Bronx vet we need her here to help out over things blots things burns GREAT
No Real'Leadership !M ns' hospital is building a swim- with the housework and baby care. things and of course feeds hate and NEWS

The trouble with .the new GOF mingpool dedicated to tbe ,fourchaplainS Difficult. resentment all the time. : for so-called '
majority here, in both the upper and Protestant Jewish, Denise Moody, .
tower homes of congress is that Catholic who gave their lifebelts "My husband has been all patience Let Her Visit Father. KIDNEY Sufferers

white they have the leaders they to soldiers on the sinking transport and kindness up to now but Possibly a visit to her father's !\iedits! knowledge pros M d W urv

have had no real leadership. Eachof ; Dorchester and went down praying; now he is beginning to suffer from home might help her see this altos I etie tuosr came falngxish of backaches kufaktv. let only BUM.ladinc'tetbac, .up r.
their leaden is busy running for that there might be more good vriU Denise's moods as we all do. Last tion in a saner tight but that is "'a-burn p& i OOII/At. due

president aod running against the : among men. The four chaplains night he spoke to her sharply at the unlikely. She and her stepmethei i to asa kadeea.w shmuratrag; By kibey ingbiaddef-.=.. mat as
other leaders. Senator Taft of Ohio: were Father John P. Washington of : dinner table; it had been a cold would not be friends and domestic I peepIe P' fat lpeedler oo. 1 Ppl.kidasy.sI .
has set himself up as the leader of 'Newark, N. J., Rabbi Alexander i king dragging winter day for every- I i tI1&eIi.CaHe .J'oI.,' l chne" y,5..
the party in congress but it is a leadership Goode of York, Pa., the Rev. one, the house for some reason was slavery for the two hall-brother i Foler. PilUWr?, ..... ... '-
always with an eye cocked on i, : George L. Fox of Cambridge. Vt., chilly dinner wasn't quite a success there would repeat the miserable situation soot tbM..Aak bladder dnwat imtitioM.far lotejr WJotkJM Fill TnleM eke U yea*
ltt. And Senator Taft. usually sc and the Rev. Clark V. Poling of and all these things contributed to of your own nursery. If she W thw far mm Mtahctorf. DOVBLt
logical so straightforward in hia Schenectady, N. Y. shorten tempers and cloud the at- became desperately unhappy under TOOK MONEY SACK. .
thinking has permitted his leader. mosphere. Anyway. Denise had hysterics her father's roof, and felt that she --

snip to veer with the political winds TAXING HOLLYWOOD left the table and refused to could not return to yours it is not U. S. Savings Bonds
tad has lost face with his colleagues It hasn't been officially announced return even at Betsy's coaxing."I improbable that she would take her
but the is allset own life causing ------
treasury department you a remorse -
myself writer the letter
am a
lie has not won a major battlein collect matter how
to several million dollars no justified you
"and I realize know
concludes, you 4614 I
cecsress. He started wit advocating from Hollywood stars and film executives feel now in the course you have II I
a S6.oee.MO.oeO some of my books. But my imagination -
who cleaned followed. Black
up huge sums
refuses to cope with a situation
rut but finally temporized
tbe SI,5M,00aw f.urcs; he demanded by paying capital gains taxes rather in which a mother and daughter So I suggest that you look over lust a Drop or

only a billion dollar wonts.than income taxes on picture are completely out of sympathy.This the list of her school associates ant {TwoinhethtnOK Aeaf 40

payment on the national debt child is only 13; she cannot find one whose mother could take
and finally compromised a What happened was that when leave home and apparently she can- her in as a boarder for a while 9
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majenty of the GOP for S2.CM.- income taxes loomed the film not be happy in her home. I reason i This means that you would pick a OVHCAPBRUSH*
00.WO; he opposed confirmationof people bit on the idea of organ- with her, I ask her to make it a humble home with housework to do APPLICATOR eons max[,r Inn"rerm.'h-k.-W aDr.J oa te

the Lilienthal nomination and lung separate corporations for matter of prayer and she looks at i But Denise'would be on her own. MAKES BLACK p-rU... Lot t>i(.'i.... "''.;et w...
LEU 40 GO .. ..j r..;! d'*''* "* :* ** ,
he lost that fight: be lost on the single pictures. Then after each me with a long, bored.awn and and if I know anything of these shy MUCH FARTHER _.act
reciprocal trade agreements film was produced they liquidated says patiently 'Oh. pfeasf Mother.' awkward ill-adjusted youngsters she Buy only m luetory eeatorfpacA19 8181E
when Senator Vandenberg of the corporations and paida Will you pretend that this is one of would blossom form in colors that aka lull tlnnfth intuit, iijl t\V* fU.

Michigan cut the ground from capital gains tax of 25 per your stories and bring it to your would amaze you. With a constant .. .
under him by his agreementwith cent instead of a personal Income usual nappy ending?" companion of her own age with no A JL' '
President Truman he tax of 80 to 90 per cent. painful contrasts between her and 4

forecast repeal of the excise One of the single-picture men was an older girl with no burning jealousies --- --- -- -

taxes, only to be forced to vote > producer Sam Goldwyn who last My dear Marian I don't think this to poison everything she says
for their extension the first major tall learned that the treasury intended is a matter for imagination to solve; and does Denise will develop far HOTFJ.ASHESI'i1. t
bill passed by the GOP con to collect the difference be- it is a question of supreme diplo- more normally and happily than she

gress. tween the income and the capital macy on your part and character on can in your care.
gains rates. Goldwyn announced that of Denise. Denise is suffering The charge for this sort of young

took to VandenbergHe .. that he would go into court to up- from jealousy; first of the man who boarder is light; perhaps as tow Women la roof "4 had himself named chairma.rf .,. j hold his right to pay at the lower took her loved father's place second as $7 or $8 a week. It will be worthit tlrncuocal'mndd1e.gV period pecul
the GOP policy committee (somi.e rate. Following this it looked U..e: of the charming step-sisters and to you to make this experiment; iar Oaaiiea.to women oerrous.C&\IIMI'OII nlK&atru&r' to suffer weak.hot
acre in Washington are spelling i t I| the treasury had backed down. third cf the babies who replaced her she and her housemate will do theii tired feellcs Then do tryiydl t

police committee) and soon found >I However,_ the treasury now has in your affections. An these feelings homework together chatter oi ftakkam'a reue such Vegetable.ymptom Compound his ; small-sized revolt on his hands whei 3 Ironed out all the legal kinks and : -nficitely ramified are making life school affairs bake cookies go tc for tola purpose!
the 16 GOP freshmen senators le by Senator Baldwin of Connecticut.. out from the Los Angeles office of | can't see any way out for what seem satisfied lives. I have known several against such dlstmc.Thousands ha.
take them ,. to her and Quite naturally where this reported benefit! Also a Ten eSecttre:
forced him to into con the btfreau of internal revenue. ages ages. cases plan workeda i at.omachJoOclc.. worth trying
cideration in formulation cf part: Hollywood drug stores will do a : you admire the pretty musicalI real miracle, and I heartily rec-
ooIiC"iH booming business in aspirin. I t.w. miit naturally von and their ....._.M it .ft ..... MUM faPlfWsSUMPgtp

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Plaatac covered coat books in Cut off the buttons before thrtrvrg BEuI'By T5 HDUSEHOLjJJ

;cuor fixed on that empty wau an oid gor"ient away. Slip a
apace make a fine support for irk under t"e button and cut
showing off jour pretty trays. tr.rf'adnth .sscrs or razor TIiE(N : ;
-.- bade. *Jf IFM 0$ ;

Katies aai.....r kitchen gadgets -.- PALTL1fALWNyrIt.

nth punted handles should not be Te get ready fr spnag hose,
allotted to stand m water Toe cfeaafeg and to obtain more stor
.,.....: aeserrNersisp t'r.IOG.
wood under the enamel will absorb : ace space, it is a good idea tc
Rater and cause the paint to chip start now to weed out kitchen utensils PEOPLE'S LVTEBEST TURNS
;4. and other odds and cods whx ro RELIGION. PHILOSOPHY
-.- are no longer useful. '
WASHINGTON-Three cr fwJ' olas
IMB tray jmeys hgatly and -.- I
were sitting around chewirg '.::e .
don't pull the garment Avoid havIng I Use preeastiar w4a a i Cat, and an ex-marme said r.gmy *-.: :c
the iron too hot or the result lining for your jacket or coat. Itm..y face be wondered if people wee

be disastrous. I should last as long a*the canne&i. really interested in reading cc-::.:j

------- lay more. He said the old W "h...;-
NEHXEWORK' PATTERNS ton chit-chat about who was f ,t. .:-;
whom or prophesying dire th writ::-
I vtaicfa never happen ell that s -t
/ II at stuff! did not seem to be wa'c: I
Gay/y Quilted Set for Bathroom I g
by so many people a these r e r. .c;
I ta&es I failed to blush, but p- ?

Lovely Peacock Chair Covering my best puzzled expressif, H" i-- f-
I went on to say he had dropp t :i
II s bookshop, and had found ti: ", yrir*
I Sow filled with literature f
mental health and happme xsr

bow to get along to the ',. .
world we live in-get alone t
antly as we can by our insp r; \
tad thoughts, religions. ideals :

tosophy wanted, he was said what good simple the pe e; ciay -e-

.%; ; reasoning on the plain p.:.: >. r : S
phy of life. They aD looked at -'e r

My philosophy is to keep quiet
about such matters and profit in my
: awn thoughts by what others say. Let Vegetable Chowder Be Your Spring Tonic!
but they were to earnest and troubled ,;See retype below i
about questions such as
whether there wiD be another war I Vegetable Tonics I'
whether the unions have captured LYNN CHAMBERS MENU

: -he Republicans, or vice versa, and Instead of dousing yourselves with '
where is it an going anyway, so I I I ulphur and molasses or whatever Corn and Vegetable ChowderWafers
\ f- suggested we get together to see if j .(reparation is your favorite spring Tropical Salad
Ay we could agree on a recipe for the t troubled uric, why not make a complete Boston Cream Pie
: eservicemanWe started I.r.ith I.:hinge in the menu and concentrate Beverage
iI1k MJ questions and answers : Ha" vegetable dinners for spring* Recipe given.

: HOW ABOUT WAR! The vitamin and mineral riches of
I I heM dinners will do much for your Creamed Asparagus on Toast.
; Q.-WBI there be antfeer war! I notale and their gay and lovely cot (Serves 2)

A.-Wars arise from the desires :rs will perk up wilted appetites. 1 tablespoon butter or substitute:
af men. Within each man normally Vegetable dinners can be subetan- 1 tablespoon flour
t err' I there is a desire to get ahead to I ial if planned around a hearty main 1 cap milk

excel: and conquer Now man has dish. You also 2 hard-cooked eggs ..
I DOt been able to civilize these desires 7 \ ,y. can substantiate 8 cooked asparagus tips
!" ( : within himself to an extent t them with a good
A : where he can live in peace at home. te ) protein food like Melt butter add flour and raffle
How can he do on an international .., eggs or add delicately cooking: and stirring until thJrin at
: teak what he cannot do on a national r broiled bacon Add sliced eggs Place asparagus
i state or local scale! We to complete on toast and pour sauce over aB.
92 I agreed wars always have arisen '! them if you waist A chowder made with a milk base
the last few from weak nations but i iI i bite of meat. and plenty of vegetables caD also
Embroidered Chair Setupoo''stered 1 many from strong nations and it I II take tike place of a may Main
i I should be impossible to preventwars I Fried Tomatoes la Cream Gravy. dish Serve this with a salad and '
YOUR true f'.1Tnlture by simply making strong natrons I (Serves i) yoesmain course wiD be fonipMp_
a pntectiv covering like weak or weak nations strong. S large, ripe tomatoes
this chair set The Corn and Vegetable Cbowder.:
5391 exquisite pea We agreed that, yes, there always 4 tablespoons floor
cock is errbr. ide-ec. the tase at- mD be wars. : 14 teaspoons salt (Serves 6 to 8) .
ing pineapple crochet is designed >i teaspoon pepperI 4 slices baron
to form the tail of the peacock. Q.-Is education essential to happiness tablespoons butter or substitute 2 tablespoons flour
: for man! J ret in > iDch cubes
cups -
LBy and Swan Bath Set 1} cops milk
To oblate complete crocheting tastractfea A.-The questioner was nearly lli teaspoons granulated 1 cup string beans, cat
a clever bathroom set *. ttuata tar tb PeacMk Ctelr:: Sot Of not. The sugar
HERE'S i down.
can make of either (Paaecs .. seat. cakr dart war e.- shouted course I* teaspoon meat sauce IV* cops water .
you b" "ad otto to cote, wvnJdrcM happiest people most frequently are 1 mustard tU teaspoons nit
: % teaspoons prepared
ready-made quilted cotton or oc same. tbt pattern tmm 11 the least educated people. One fellow 3 cups milk

rteut cotton home-qmlted on the cmtmA Due to vmMltiun.an --ny terse demand taw MIl kraqrired :, said he never had seen a discontented Cut tomatoes in half crosswise 1 cup carrots, cut in strips
sewug machine. The swan is ta filUnc aaeaWl.rmss.. at a cow. But we also agreed Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon of the 1 cup celery, cut in thin slices
white water lilies pink pads green. moot popoiupcttnu.. i that education enables man to attain !Sour *4 teaspoon of the salt and 2 tablespoons diced green onions
Why DOt make a set as a giftit'sC1IH ORHE 21 rraaLrwasR : higher appreciations of life. tc pepper combined. Saute in butter I No. 2 tall cream style corn

to be wekmed.tEwClYF.. SN oata Ufa* St CUtit 1, *. : enjoy more things until golden brown and tender on H cup smoked cheese rolled hi balls
Tnrtow 20 nab tor PMtom.Mo Q.-What is the but religion both sides. Arrange all bat two Saute bacon in large saucepan until -
T Haki MmpMe cutting tertroctloni sbces on a hot platter. Stir re-
aal.al sat earn, A.-This stumped us for a whfle crisp Drain on absorbent paper
war UH W* w--moA\;\ JI-- We finally agreed that it was what maimg 3 tablespoons of flour Into crumble when coo' Drain oft aU
a.. Ea. Bet \..n ni Ko spit seas .. the batter and tomatoes left in
joy- believed in. If skjQ- but 2 of fat Stir
tablespoons the
a.sett Y .... ymu --. aeanM sad I 11 ever rebgian you yon
ale strata ..amaer.rTji. were born in it, you would very let Add remaining salt ana, other flour into the fat
Ukely seek to its realm for your te- l&gredfeats. Cook until creamy Poor: Combine potatoes
'i tptrations and spiritual solace. But seer tomatoes and serve at once. and string beans -
- - i sac of our group held out against a ,. Staffed Dittoes. with fat and flour "
; '
:; .numinous decision without reservations (Serves C to 8) Addater and i
; (m a way like the Supreme 8 onions .' simmer for i") f
: : ALL RAISIN FANS I II court, which writes three concur 1 cop bread crumbs minutes Ai,j ;

I II I rtef opinion*)_ Be said he believed 2 tablespoons tomato yelp sat! nk.. .v.
ta Ole religion of nature. rots. ceiertgreen
2 UMe better
RAISIN TASTE RIGHT OFF THE I 2 poees eaijftd orions acJ Li
GOD AND THE UMVmlRSe teaspoons parsley (
W I 2 tab fpMM pimfcato, chipped COrn. SHmer *. .
t Q.-WkathtewrWMtert 10 to 15 mir- s
SOFTER! IN f L"FP I miser! egg yelk.Vk
VINE JUICIER. flglee e tv? eov&ed celery more, or mj :t:oe
1 : A.-The teary of God at manifested 1 teaspoon salt vegetables are te""er but not mushy.
/Sf) I : through Christ and the scriptures Stir occallonalv.; Serve with cheese
I IMPROVED RAISIN B ANi1! ;x 1 :I. but not necessarily by any Wash and peel onions Cook until balls which have been rolled in bacon .
particular church. It is the theory slightly soft m boiling water. Rinse bits and dropped into hot soup. i
: I mat God created the universe is fa cat water to make inn then Any ramming bacon bits may be .
NATURALLY SWEET-YOU : which there exists the spirits of .. posh out centers. Place onuas in a added to the hot soup Serve with
) "\ both good and evil Nature itself H weIJ.. eued baking dub. Mix remaining wafers ar crisp crackers.

\( } SOME! I I a struggle for survival a struggle ingredients together aid ftB Trepwal Salad
I GET VOUR FAMILYO Mv5 i i hoe existence m a well balanced con- each anion cavity with the mist (Serves 6t "

I ttct It is a test you might say. Its tore Bake n a hot (4OD-depee: ) 1 package mint gelatin
elements are both good and evil IDi : wen for 36 minutes.Baked .
1 i
7P-- al.teat NflleifL \ aaete i i 1 cup boiling water (
i } i! own himself there are both good Carrot Leaf 1 rap coM water :
Thus nowhere
aad evil
_ _ _ __ -.a. ..iBe i t- this world is there perfection (Serves I) 1 apple tared !
1 banana sliced and diced
diced cooked cause
_. conflict of these simplest 14 raps
iely a
-' -- --- 3 slices diced
--- -- pineapple, i
1H cooked or canned
orces in which every man must be tap peas
I tested.Q K cap finely chopped onion Add boding water to gelatin and i
I 14 tablespoons melted sborteateg stir until dissolved. Add mid water t i:
Bat is this a rettfiM or
I 3 eggs well beaten and trails. Pour mto meat and chm. :
i simply an observable philosophy'I m cops soft bread creaks Serve on lettuce with mayonnaise i :
I A.- is the foundation of an re- IVj cups milk hinted with fruit juice. f :

I titian, except ante religions like m teaspoons salt Brussels Sprouts with Mushrooms \ ;
: theism which teaches that man is
R h teaspoon pepper !
all (Serves*) I
god. Therefore religions are
:1 Wi- pBilosopbicaDy good and teach a Combine all mg edierts in order I 1 qt cooked brussels sprouts \
: ii. rplffiPUWJCiuBHtofadVertisiogbeae.: cooed philosophy of life urging man given Poor into a well-greased loaf 1 1 eup sliced mushrooms i

J. fit cvrrj-one it touches. It benefits the to improve himself. We aH agreed pan or square \\\\\U:1! i H cup batter
describing exactly the products that are offered. It man must believe in something or dish and set m a \ .'j, fW I U cup water drained from sprouts
public by be will lack inspiration toUQy If be pan of water. 5\" ti S' H teaspoon beef extract
bentfia empk-yers. bccaoae the advertiser must be more fair believes man himself is god, or in a Bake Oto'O y H teaspoon silt

and jest than the employer.ho has no obligation to the public. religion of self alone. he will lack minutes in a mod- "..&.!":: Few grams cayenne
inspiration than hfen- i trate (degree) Saute sprouts and nwskroomsligttty
the obvious greater J
benefits of advertising are quite apart from
These Beg that would only aaswer the I wren or until fcnJeta in butter. Cook batter and
benefits w1ichadvertmng confers d*bwtr prices,the higher yeamngs of ego. which is a dazgerus > center caraes: sugar until wen browsed' stirring

quafafthebttcraasicst5at!ti :hadeettnedgoodsaid finDs. tiazg. whereas religion answen&e I gut clean. To serve cut la squares. constantly Add stock and stir in
yearning of man for a greaterthsaration. This: car be newel with ct..... sprouts and mushrooms.I '

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.. - - which will decide the type of work !the paper. tlon Thirty-four (14) North of the R. T. PATTERSON
Nln Mile Canal la Township Forty- Secretary of Diston Island I
best salted those
for which Is
\ one ; Drainage District.
SCHOOL DAZE two (42) South. Rang Thirty-three
who get their greatest pleasure !SNOOPKR (JJ) East: April 11, II, 25, May 2. >. j
with those What West half (W>n) of the Northeast 1 I I
when things
working ; was wrong with riding in a ..
quarter (NE>i) and the Northwe.tQuartf'r
STAFF't I when ar. at their best dealing with ,"convertible'. Saturday night? Say SWi 1<&) of Section Thirty

l>'U r h --_ ._ Dt-au HefUn people; and those at their best with Elsie Mae and Lola, was it flyingtoo four Township Forty-tw.42) *south, '11tLr TP.-'UL& <. -
> Range Thirty-three -"Associate Editor Dottle llobl&son I ideas. In which group would you I low! All of Section Thirty-five (Si).

Snooper ___ ?????? class yourself! Say Lola, why have you so suddenly Township Forty-two (42) South Range NEW JOB ORTUXtTIIIB i

Sports ___---. Char Clayton Let's not wait until it Is too late. decided to "step aside?" Thirty-three And such part(13)or East.parts of the abovedescribed FOR EX..sBR\'ICItYSN 1

Tommy Wayman All of you know the old saying What's the matter, you finally woke lands as may not be redeemed Dental Job MOB Atrdu .
the 15th of May. LaberateryTechnician
II'ersooalitiea ____. Opal RanlersonKathlceni "Better not put off until tomorrow up to the fact that it wasn't any 147 on ______ tI7 L 4. '.
McLaughlin what you can do today." use! The redemption of any of the above Physical TASrsW
described land made in the L 4,
r..s hover _.. T. Jean DupreoItnth Seems that Cothbert can't makeup office of the Clerk may of the be Circuit Courtof Cook __ ___ __-H: 1,4
Close FREsh MAN SEW I I Glades County Florida on or prior Electrician .__ I. 4
her mind. Need any help, kid! to IS o'clock A. M. on the 15th day Pharmacist _.--_ 115 4,
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loosened .
Tpis-t Robinson freshmen really up
UetUe The
What three girls went to. the of May, 1947. by payment of the = 1115 EL
Bail almost strained themselves amount due for taxes interest and 4.
Doyle and
Thursday dance in La Belle Saturday night? I penalties and costs in the manner ?:.nrr.et: : =_= =_ JU 1
Jean Dupree |cleaning our home room Hear you had a good time kids provided by law. to the Clerk of the Airplane and BIIcI-
Spon>or __h MLw Dot \\IIUamsonOVK but when we got back after Circuit Court of Glades County. Florida Mechanic -_ tiT S. 4,
Easter vacation we (1"
our Mt S, 4
- - > saw our labor was well rewardedby Contract AwardedContinued amount The purchase to be determined will he for by the an and Investigator many other- skills QnaMffed

FtTCKE the clean looking appearance of Board of Supervisors of said Districtbut Army Navy Marine, and Coast Osard
veterans who have held any at SSHM4M
In the amount
leas than
no case
(By Ye Editor) lour room. from Page 1) required by law. The right to reject occupational lysetalUes far six
Our future is one of the most Another six weeks Is almost gone mill site. any and all bids Is reserved by month or more may now enlist de in..taw.
I the Board of new Regular Army at a grace s -
important parts of our life and we and .eaeh of as are marking our Mr. Caldwell said that the company By order of the Beard of Supervisors lag on the length of your previous

should plan it before it is too 1 I calenders coveting the days until would asset with growers of Diston Island DrainageDistrict. high occupational Army nay specialty and the service.opportunitiesfor New j

late. At the present the world is I school Is out. "sometime this summer" in regardto : advancement make an Army career i
In that IK Most of are coming along fine J. E. FRJER. N, more attractive now than ever before. I
such a dilemma it very us contracts for
growing case for President of the Board ofSupervisors Stop In and find out the special grads ) i
difficult to judge our future, but we In our studies, although several the mill after the mill constructionis of Dtstion I I! >'ou will receive under this new WarDepartment t I
hould make our plans and hope have slight cases of spring fever. Ibellere underway Island Drainage District regulation Apply at the
i neart C S Army Recruiting Station,
tor the best. this is about all of our doings DISTON ISLAND DRAINAGE or
Asked if the
company had been
that we are discussing I DISTRICT) I Cornwall Building
While looking through a magazine except
caused to hesitate In their plans by ATTEST: I WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
the other day I found an article and planning a trip in the near future the freeze, Caldwell answered that
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on \ocatlons. The article told .
they were disturbed not a bit. "InLoulsia.a j ji
bow to judge the kind of work beet ," he i
said, "we have
suited for you. It stated, "Some Tin hOrHOMORK CLAs
freezes like that
bola and girls can be successful in The girls and boys of this class aDd when almost every year JOE'S FISHING CAMP
they are gone our cutting -
Almost any line of work they under- are recuperating from the long siegeof "
is ended He was thinking of o'----. :.:.:..:<<----x
that basketball, musk festival
tae, these are the ones were the fact
that although this section
outstanding in practically all their etc. They are resting as much as was visited by a disastrous freeze K now open and ready to sene port fi-heniien with i

subject, athletics: and school functions. possible after they finish their daily in February that the U. S. SagarCorporation's :\K\V 1IO\T-M-\V: MOTOII.N- ." There are very few of usa lessons examinations, etc. If the .j
a fortunate. this so we look for. teachers would only let up a little still plant in Clewlston is ) the world'i hot< black KINS fi-liinj<; in tale OkeelhoIwe !9 I

another sons to solve our ,rob1 but they keep turning to the last grinding to do cane and will continue Just off ntllltd :"i" at ImluMrial Canal ;
M all the way
(>.: The way lire greater part of I' of the text books and saying we have' .1 through this month. IifWM>n ble rates HMMK74 for ..mtion 1\

j-wtns people choose their vocation Just seven more weeks to finish this

or ewer is to study their own dtoponHfoB -'I so let's get down to business and do Joe Griffin, Owner J

and Bee what leads can be so much every day. There's no \ OTlrJ1
I rLKWIsTOX :-; :-: ;-: F'IAItll.ia.r1.a I
found as to the best oration for, rest for the weary. Notice la .
hereby rive that under
them.TherF. Last Thursday afternoon was and pursuant to the provisions of 1--

are tIll, t, di nn t groups' dean-up time In our school Our Chapter 1XCSC. Laws of Florida Acts !
of 19 '. the Board of Supervisor of
___________nnn ___ "home room" was cleaned brushed. Diston Island Drainage District will
swppt dusted windows washed, bee-Inning at 19 o'clock A. M. on the / i
d_. "-r-: 15th day of Mar It.'. in the "courtRoom -
fast year's mud daubers homes in the Court Hotuuin the t'it\ "

knocked down, and all things put of Moore Haven Florida offer for U.From: where I sit Jy Joe Marsh
GUARANTEED sale subject to redemption prior to f
where they belong Mr. Spider who the date of sale the following dO' %S! ,
has been sitting in his web up in *crlb.'d land. the title tohi<-h i- I
vented in the Board of Supervisor of
WatchIlepairilig 'the Southeast corner of the room Diston island Drainage District In I

I and contemplating the shortest distance virtue >"f the said land having; h-r<-- ; And That Ain't r
tofore been sold for taxes and having '. 7.f' Hay
I over which he could crawl to outstanding tax sale certificateagainat '

get the fly down in the northwest the game that have Oren outstanding ; ;
corner of the room is gone. Yes for more than two year.all -Or Is It? j jI ;
of said land
being lying in ,
the spider web, and fly are all gone Glades County Florida and more particularly i ; j jI jI
7 DAY SERVICE described aa follows, to-wit I
those pupils of the Geometry
and West half of Lot Thirty <3f 1. all of
guess us secretly hanker, and come home by of Pound
Class who have not solved the spider Lot Twenty-two (JJ). Lot TWf'nty- I way {j jI
and the fly problem will have to use three (2I), Lot Twenty-four (24). Lot I from time to time, for the good Ridge nine miles in alL ;
Twenty-five 25), Lot Twent lx. old
days and the good oldNot
Our large repair depart- an Imaginary spider and fly and also 125). Lot Twenty-seven (%7). Lot very exciting, you might .
an imaginary web. I Twenty-eight (U) and Lot Twentv- I fashioned pleasures. Leastways say But from where I sit it's not 1
nine (%t) in the George and Gram
ment is now able to give 7 I Buddy Richards done a thriving excitement that need
Our class got early Friday I Subdivision In Section Twelve (12) we those
day service on watch repair- up Township Forty-two (U) South Range I business revising the old-time days-but those simple
morning and went to Miami on their I Thirty-two (JI) Bait: country '
ing. We have a staff of high- educational trip that they have i Tract Twentjr-eUht (28) and th- i hayride. pleasures that are part and parcel

ly competent and skilled been talking about so long. We had North( ), Section half (NH Thirteen) of Tract(ll), ThirtyaixIi Township With a team of horses, and a of America-the old-fashioned

several friends with us (Mrs. Goy- Forty-two (42) South, Range Thirty-I stout straw-bedded rack Buddy hayride, with its song and Jollity;
workmen who turn out two SI Fast
( )
gua- ette Miss Coulter and Tommy Way I Tract TWf'Dt.fIi; ), Section can take as many as thirty adults the horseshoe games; the friendlyat

ranteed work. We use nothingbut I man), but they left us in Miami Eighteen (18). Township Forty-two fifty cents a head! glass of beer; and the good companionship -
(42) South. Range Thlrty-thr.c (33)Fast
and and we saw no more of th m'e week that
genuine parts materials ; I Two or three times a they they engender. I
had a grand time but we didn't All that part of Section Thirti
Send us your watch. I three 13) north of the Nine Mil.. Ci start from Town Hall, and go out 11
have time to do everything plan-
WP nal in Town.hip }Fortv-t. ( Ill i along the river stop for a friendly -11
Special attention to mail or ned to do. You will see an account South I'mire Thirt-v-three fl1 Vi-t 80e Au{
I glass of beer at Shoreside Tavern '
East half
(EH) of the Northi i ;
ders. Registered and certi- of the trip in another part "f ,
I i M 'M-; .) mil that; PiC .1 IL.
11th.I tin;in. rSF. ,) n...nh ..:. ih
fied watchmaker in charge. ,, ,
N ;v l r ud t> fithw "
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