Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00173
 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: June 6, 1947
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Moore Haven (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Glades County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Glades -- Moore Haven
Coordinates: 26.834167 x -81.096111 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1922.
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 8, no. 12 (June 21, 1929) issue misdated 1920.
General Note: Editors: R.B. Child, <1926>; Keathley Bowden, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 29 (Sept. 24, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358007
oclc - 01461464
notis - ABZ6307
lccn - sn 83000793
issn - 0745-4120
System ID: UF00028301:00173

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II Conservation District Vacation Bible School Contract Awarded ForReRoofing

Starts Next Monday I

Is Virtually Assured Courthouse
II The :Methodist Church i.. conducting -

t a Vacation Bible School be :i
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i ginning nut Monday June 9. and -

All. Votes Cast Are In i; Nice Crowd Enjoys ending Priday Jane 2t The tune i Rev. Gilbert To : Coleman and Fry Are

I is from nice 4o twelve each morning .
Favor of issue On I Dance On .Saturday Monday through Friday :Preach At Lakeport Low Bidders At

All children between the ages
Saturday i $4,710The
s.-immi-l of four and fifteen -
yean urged
The : fund aid Dotgrow Rl"V.V.. G Gilbert minister of
to attend the school regardless
to any considerable e.uent the First Christian Church at Lake"
Afa.oqp only fiftY-l lle vote of their church affiliation. board
but the crowd which attended the { Wales, will hold services at the of county aamirs
were cast in the coaaty-wMe eleettoa ...
dance at the Norton Garage build- Lakeport school house Saaday. Jtlltt'I I at the regular -ltthty

of landowners Saturday relative tag Saturday sight had a swell II Insurance Company S. at 3 o'clock ia the afteraoom. :meeting ado ..../ a essir
to establishment of
& eoaa- tract to Corns sad Fry ...+b.
ly BiamrratHm district. an fifty- time.Door At a meeting add last Saaday
Changes toll extractors for re.ee ter
and prises were won by the congregation voted to eatoad a
eke favored the
votes proposal Lois Sheridan. a dress doaated call to Rev Gilbert to e4act services reseat] roof froaa the eomtrhoase it- I
moat of th* acreage of the coaaty IIn'l
yu...*. Oaaaty Agent A. G. Mack's Store and by JOB Life ft Health .....- at Lakeport twice ash asoathHe rett sad replactag it with rat V Bar I:
Hatrtila feels virtually certain Braaaaa. a fitted travelling acne Company of Atlanta Ca.. ia will matinee his pastorate at >

that the State Conservation Board given by tae Arcade Svadry which Ftoridiaas" owl more taaa Lake Wales, and eosaaavie by puce 'copper vaneys This bonded MIl(

will approve the new district Splendid dance music was Store'l 'n..H...a worth of Ufe ....ruee. to Lakepon at the close of his own 1 win be a bailt-ap roof coveted wMa
ished Doc Fos and bu pitch and alar
The recite bare already been by hanged iu aaaM om Jane 1 to services '

made known to the Mate board and land Serenadere of Clewiston Life Insurance Company of Geor- Bible S hoo; will !bEht>ld Sunday J; 11.719 The Coleaaa for this and Fry bad was
type roof and that
r. after revJewia the vote thE'.ill gia" The company bas 275 at 2 p m :n'teai of 11 a m. i
iapprove I i osmpaay also sabaitted bids Pettwo
or reject It sad notify policyholders ia Moore Haven aadi.nnnv
; I other The
types. only other
the county ageat U. as : OPTION IS RENEWEDBY Agency representative in
was G. A. Porter Crapany
eJpt'ted.\\ his territory to Ward W. Roberts.
is "
of Tampa with a bid of *?.*010 tarasbestoecemeat
make application for a charter and : Management and agency force re-
t :
... can a meeting for the election of]1 YAUN FOR SUGAR I IMILL'S :uam unchanged and the company The board also shingle accepted! the State

fire supervisors carries forward the more than LEAD BAND i
Board of Health plan for the
The conservation district plan ; $418.?<>0600 worth of life insurance
praying of the premises
50-ACRE SITEF e.erJ'co.nt7
will not entail any new taxes nor : held by policyholders in 11states. : home
with DDT to aa effort
will any reddest or landowner be it was announced The com-: DURING VACATION halt
to nay disease which may be
repaired to participate ta any part pany greatly broadened its activttiosin
D. Yaufi. owner of the land spread by 8q1liteee or other ts-
of the .al a M wishesIt 1945 by offering straight
;r pam H I
sects The plan fe also saM to be
will permit the ase of state : on which the Tropical Sugar' plan contracts for large sums oa aa annual \ grout f hand r ltr"r.s. determined .
to erect their sugar mill here addition that the excellent work effective in ridding homes of nMt**
owned etvipaeat for Beaded drainage i premium bad*. ia to I
or irrigation work at small i i signed a renewal option last week- the traditional weekly payment accomplished by the band shall not for a two-year period The Sse

cost aad will coordiaate any soil ,i end for a thirty-day period as re- Industrial) insurance which it has stop because of no leadership, met ; Board of Health will pay fcyr th*

conservation practices alder the quested by the company last week provided for millions of persons In Monday night at the home of Mr. chemicals sad the county bardwffl

admintotmioa of the board of -, The new optiov provide for a the south since the company was I and Mrs. M. A. Summon to per- { stand the labor expea for do-

pervtsors. |, peaatty after .Iae.sa,. which is organized in 18ttl feet an orgaatsattoa farther the j i lag the spraying This is not essapalsory -

takea to mean that by cat weak I progress of the ...... '! and any homeowaer wk
!I the dl for the fifty acres of land does not wish the spraying darimply .
The response to the meeting call i i1I"al |
Fire Department j' may be cloud. needs to make the roaaist. eHowever
< than
even greater had been
High Bredrtaridge. representingthe : there is ao danger lilT_-
I anticipated particularly when Jam
Meeting PostponedUntil II company, has been at thf'1, i Woodward rolnnteered to direct the sd and it is probable that all homeowners -
Oewtotoa lie since last Friday will wish to avail theaa *r"
June 17th 100 PER CENT FOR &nds activities natfl each time ash!
of tH
eveatac and indicates that only afew I' the school to able to obtain another oppartanity of getttag ft
lone at no cost to them.
techoiratitiee stand in the
Because of the fart that then interested way of the beginning of operationsand FIRST TIME HERE! considerable band dim-tor Mr. Woodward has A bid of Cramp and V Lar, Sb-
backg aacd jta this
to organization of a vol- te made it clear in eoaversa- ring engineer firm.wa acaeed: j .4

ante r fire department either for1jot Use wnn. Mr., Tau fiid with J. E. in work the and band.ales h He as twoe.napajing will be-assisted: renewing an eonnlj"maps'. Ads t '

to attend Ot had lost Interest!Terwa"tba1sJth' pm pallIe1d1l1)at County Tax CoHector R D. Yoder I rds for 2,55. :
at each summer practice by Principal
there was B. one present at the! present is the fact that the RFC; said this week that tar the first The Baal of ClewUt was again
M. E. Morrison.The .
meeting of the city commission! curtailed the lean asked" by the time ia the history of the
Tuesday evening to discuss the matter \ corporation taxes were collected a fall handred or anlaattoD. as yet ..DI I county fnnds
another ef- named elected Mrs H. C. Keeaan f The board decided to aaandoa
At a consequence I Th New Orleans office of RFC per cent and not Gee single piece
mid-month for apaymeat *- as chairman Mrs R E Jordan. i the bridge across Rainy Slough In
tort will be made at the i approved the needed lean for $611&- went back to the county '
keep' viee-ckataman.: Mrs. H. C. Taylor the Tasmania section because tile
arged to .
meeting and all are OM aaaatmesly and, for the first
the date Iii miad. Tuesday Bight,' rim in the history of the office The doliaqaeat list was one of secretary sad Veltoa Walter. tre ,,cost of repair is prohibitive and

Just 17. J Wathiatton ct the loan to a half the smallest of all time sad before sarer I .M.y one family BOW has nary need

J < the sale took plies lt Monday all Practice sessions will be hid for For the brMte.
It WM dfeclOMd by Attorney afl.e*. Further efforts are being
the the prercat OB Taoatey and Friday I It was requested by the booed
M Goose that tykes tile city lad made to oatata the additional i Owners had redseaaed and paid

. all t( the Ban wf ta* Traoteea of I assoaat which oompaav officials penalties. ao there were BO certificates eights at eight o'clock ta the masse that in the future, all M*.*tsk be
roost at the school and arraa ...1 kept off the courthouse lawn be- '
the }lateen laaproveswat Faad oa test they mast have before begin to be tome*. .
tta that estimated For the pact several yean pay- moats hare beer made to BSBM aaexhaast masse of Interference with ma.top
city lands several na ago i dug opr.rk>BS. This is
ment of taxes baa ba vcrv good. faa in the room at aace to Bf the laws.Because .
It oMBta less oa SWM ,i at stay per between II sad 100 per sake It more comfortable for practice of Fourth of July vsloa.
ow.*.d property ta aoMttloB tOj'; )lr. Breekiariwfe pointed oat, however ranging 1
city property Thin was haow: |' that the needed mosey roaM ('fttt tats to Use first complete *. Uoa plane the July IIIftUIIc d the

the time but the commission'' be obtained from private banking payment Mr Yoder says Tentative plans were disease board will be held oa July L

thought those owners would appreciate sources If aot approved by RFC for obtaining regulation .......t

the clearaace of the lieas Nothing, definite ha been. promised but ao adios will be takes for the' Pre-School Clinic

at kit cost them it would have been but this representative believes: SCHOOL BOARD WILL present School officials praeatWfe I

for an "...-Mual. All of the** that operations may be stan<>
pieces, the owaers to be notified, the middle of this month furr the services of a baadmaster On June 17th

may be ctoared prior to August 1 tAKEIMPROVEMENTSlOURING as quickly as possible, so that regular -

for the exact amount paid by the Good Is band work might start before
Progress I
cHy After that date penalties will : the opening of the school term ini I II Dr De Leo and Dr. Bordessn of

be invoked. I Being Made On THE SUMMERThe I the fall. Mrs Margaret Fanaa, I II | the U. S. Public Health Service

John Sullivan of Yeans appeared county I l8 ertJltf'ndnt. acid a num'I -i working In conjunction with the

before the commission to purchase Road and Bridges her of Inquiries had been sent oat Glades-Highlands health unit will

a lot jUg west of the ice plant for county school board. at the I' and one application for the position be here on June 17 between the

erecting two Umber sheds An 1 regular monthly meeting Monday, 'I to in the hands of the trustees I' hours of nine and twelve a. m. to

I, agreement was reach and it 11 A. S Cot sapertnteadeni for discussed plans for major maintenance -i Prof Morrison assured the group conduct a clinic for children of I

probable that coastrustioa of the BriBson Construction Company ea work on the school buildings that a regular period would be set pre-school age. It wilt be held at

shed will begin very aooa. the construction of nine new bridges during the summer but since tbe aside next term for band practice the offices of, the health unit la the

There was also a lengthy dicassion bet wen Laktport and Indian Prairie improvements wilj cost considerably I and when it is necessary to hold eourthoBK. 1

of industrial HIt rates and Canal on the new Road 29 contract more than the amount budgeted for after-school sessions arrangementswill In addition to a thorough

reed for increasing these on a stated this week that rood progress this work permission has been asked -i be made to transport members physical check-up of these children

demand basis as soon a* the REA is being made bat that the of the State Department of Education who lire In rural communities to under six years of age small-pot: ;(

can assure the demand when needed work will probably net be entirely to use enough mosey from I their homes fotlcwlag practices vaccinations will be given. Parents f fare

The city Is BOW purchasing complete' before fember Work the building fad to make ap the Daring the summer vacation Mr urged to accompany their children

power from the REA plant oa a was started last week on the bridgeat difference Morrison win check oat mask and but if impossible to do so send

demand bails and the increase la Harney Poad Canal. Improvements hoped for during, instruments to those who iced" them written permission for administering

demand caused by heavy use of A large portion of the grading the simmer is a general painting: daring the regular term and plans] the vaccine.

ladactrial mote **d a work has been completed on the program, h&provemeat of the tight- are underway for a pabtic perform-1{

considerable increase in ...... to the mate read eoatrsct by Belcher Oil fag ia all baildiags and renewal of ace in the city park la the near Rev. Bozeman Leaves

dU. I Cosapaay and It is probable that foundation Umbers and flooring fatare

the surfacing will be remote as whereneeded.. Timber, were ordered -j. ; Regular metiags of the band : For Conference

Plans Are Made To I Mas, as the bridge are ready for for work OB the floor of the patrons* grasp will be hold and the: --

use. high school building nest has been set for Friday night. :
Rev. Baseman of
W. S. Castor
Erect Building And i The present work Is the final I Prices are also being asked from I Jane IS. at the Home EC room at j:! the Clewiston and Mac Hares
In paved road all school Patron and all school
Belt providing a
several companies oa 5* arm chairs. Methodist churches Ie.esda, 1
Form Masonic Lodge the way around Lake Okeechobe tables patrons and friends are cordially
I 1(0 new desks S primary for St. Petersburg>> to art t an-
Bekher recently completed another and 4t small primary chairs.Bids invited and urN to be present so 1'anal Methodist Confer ikh
contract which provided for widening that the attitude of the community :
News) the Mase i
i Clowirtoa were opened oa convened Wednesday an >IlUn. -
Approximately fifty members ol sad resurfacing the old road i I school property and the bid of the may be ascertained and a better opportunity -:j .. through Sunday.

the Masoalc Lodre aboat half of from Okeecbobee to Kiasimm' Bee Branch Cattle Company for be given to chart the I I Because of this there f
imitated with River and a new Mutinous mtxarftrlac accepted. coarse of the organization I
sot sow S12ft was
whom *r* I preaching services an
front Klsstmnee River to Mrs. L. D. Carr was co-hostess at!
nay lodte of the area met Taesdiy Two old gas stoves to the htach- !j JUt I, In titter chart a i
Indian Prairie Canal The same Monday's meeting with Mrs. Sum
night *t Satarland Park audHerlam I room, recently replaced with newranges school win however u !
erection of type surfacing will be applied to the men and they served fruit Enoch i
for the I
and cud pleas were offered for sale at usual
Prairie and cakes to: )tr. and Mn Fred
hall and Lakeport-Iadian rap.roRRE'fIOS cap 1
a buildi&x; for a fanernal I net At the final district ce
Mr and Mrs Louise Compton -
the onranixatioa; of a local lodgo. held recently ta Moore Or
Mrs Wanda Norton was electedas )lr. aid Mrs. VeltOT Walters.'
W C. Owen. District Deputy Grand O. Alton Murphy, district superintendent -
aa elt'mentantt'&C'h r for the 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. D Carr. Mrs.' Don
Vaster, of Florida, told of the of Lakeland assured officers
pose ot the meeting after It had pur-I In oar story of Class Night activities next school term. .t Hendrkksoa. Mrs. Lucy Bowen of the two churches that Rev.

and Mayor of the school last week we Arrangements were made for upkeep ; Mrs R. E. Jordan, Mrs Ted Beck be
called to order E..1 Bozeman would returned to the
erroneously stated that the gin of grounds and football tad: Mrs. B. C. Keenan. Mrs H C. Taylor -
Ken elected temporary I charge for another year.
had made to Vr Jatkman was from daring the summer months and aatborUatlon -' i Mrs. W. T. Bail Mrs. A. O
He told of plans that chatrm&D.1
talked for Ute I the Senior (Class. The gift was was given for the Howdeshell, Mrs Titus Cook. Mrs.
for erectloa from the band members and we are FtaliatioB of a telephone .n thipnadjai Leroy Strickland: Mrs D C Gor I Morrison lames Woodward and H.
holding company
a (Coatiaaod oa Pace I) glad to make this correction. 't office man. Mrs L. E Farnam M, E. 1 fiobinsoa.

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NEWS > Telephone Strike Fully Settled; I 5991 DtIik.c. : 8 t Key? ..... be f L 1IfDft" .. tk ateer I

atIr-them ; etiedt. ..

BEHIN House Slashes/ / Navy's Budget; ; Lances seaway .... .... atsfke ......... .. ,....

ones parts d as ... ttaae IaaEe t this a wss.n hi .. as f

_land rsties ma'T iotsae a s saiiy 1 bait sfe +t ...., legsas ';-

TIiEN i World Relief Needs Surveyed = ::;e :: Ca: t ; Y ltbrw. Li .f

T zosc. t'ex.Twrs.at,mar. -sssmtaed seaway aauft daleawr i .A ..... has teas retlasa. +i ata I

r : L r ":'! ...-- a... ez 'errd .. a- ...cuss 4r+ U'e Ere 1 :=--: ?. ;:njed. ties .sad ./at sttltie tae caMs I if is ',
By 'l fALLOYEc'.oe. aauc a : ..q ;)oft _'. MY. ta&-c. a& aM a..o.T d esp. serseaaaA ::..:..g ts8eiII dream: be tbbaadt

.. -- .... .. ..., : =_. r..4 a L walsews4 !f k yiieai sat is a wu j
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j >ltiew woos a--.u
taD D"D felt iX& PI: -. .'.:-at Fa.6abe. lei, rates yaaar era teeth It aM I
:_. s4rai.ot a biI. slde. 1
5C Z:7L : : ,- E-U sat east ps+sjrct aatlg .
lidaas tie it sate scads + I
: S / zErLgliar. .-i Inthia 11 1eaD brx i
}'. -::' eau by eau sterMaea.ea I
:; jsrrvzassa&g : ctmj loll stmmg
sewm i USE: Eases dar be I'" +s. !
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: at3 C. tsi-t cj arv t- beer -
ra li ..... b
t :ze at a tereaaes: l inti .- -.-_..:. .f {,,, ..... d

bre&kd; .i cf ,*.- :, ; .... '7 ii-- ; IY..C.h-
; aSrest IT Esrrs* aid Riwrs. = .! bra _
;. : : ; ;- by
cd c J. ':e- : was ZIII >s Amerieas t
tc'.aA.er:z: w ar _
: 1IiDI Canada ....

pbeier the Russia: =-=. cxk z eM icay may

stet JIuiIt& far outs a* get tire ,.. :': ",:: : 1.0 betas srtiia a yam.de u

... let clause. acraiaia Kan.to .,. :::0,. : :':: JIIIIject tr tie :
awte tato the Gin:'s se c;; ::.:.es ad t3muia is tort .,_ 1ti:==P'T
fiaesib.t Eawpe at easM_ i : : ;.:101& =-ifiaa aolhtst (
tlee5spi. aai this writ hare saw 9itZWteietioes. '
a awvene effect ea Aussie :- '. !'_ fJE.'IB: :

-1---:Ii.. r sad trade u to a \kTm -- :-7t-: ; I .
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'!lie | liMttj bat war saigk ?.= : ...: warfare II anc II e. Marriages

evssisak. has art Mea *v Secretary U Stats George C iUrsiiO, being one at his li\ -= :;. :!::1.U.t harare: to 1asD-

....... The necessities ef **- press tosfereaces ta tie aid itiie department bcHdzaf, told reporters --=: could.. rest toes: mUass H- a P. erriried ='

fisaeig ev Wend eeaweivaktrlead &a.t he could see &a farther need for ipproriatiots nch as the 4Mmiffioa :. sum. JE tae t'km Eswe'Yea.

lead B to it, er k4 Rasa da T cdlaj actS riitd la cocnectioa with President Tnmaa's I i iThat i js tie opsjeB of Dr. MacraevisscheT .. Grower Oereiaae zjrasawardu

Reis leryi.g bet wrafliq Greek-TszUta: : aid profrua. Secretary MarshxB Las nored his aee j : presadestt ef Aanencssi b Fasces Y.1i1.te ....-- :; ta*

gave aIng. to a rey eo&strseted state epirtsest bung. I Association of ScieatJfic:: ..... House an lime t :SKf .

So while the few mucous aim vistyraes a foftste .u ttef0
tog .... .
n. ,.. 1I'bd> 1P < :iio'WtIaR !-:
fII&7 afpear to the pubs as a da t- LABOR PEACE: I WORLD AID: 1.... _eag c.-.. .>lm.. :; .ur 1nlw h.rr .
taabed hjatas at spectacularvalepoatssts at .. !Iaeteria. sr al3aesCwe. .- sae f"JIAftI! ca;:
till swmmd. u 'uc Pe c- w.;.a cue
Strikes Vanish I Surrey NeedsPostwar I.isledH lc me 33
we ban reaBy merely: pcas waapesw caeet sa aes cz011 : -: '
diseases, heat Serino fill tale .
pierced the sties aad cometh G.'MJl
Peace descended the aatiocal needs af the world win
oc ..
tc real hvae. The prelanicaiies i' be great fez-a. "bl& death," eels : k : !I...... k m 2at -
labor at lea tea ourily, studied thoroughly fc a global
sane |
thrax. yeHow fr>er, ud :ant feveram' Fa -mss tlaesirs
have feeee I
aside. We
when the sxs>w.ek strike of telephone I surrey before the a afcastratioB decides IIIIDIr. ..
MW are piaytog the vital game. This j i paT:: fe--rrtHerge gas aaa r w s..:: as ceps .aeuasw
workers to a com- on foreign aid
grouad programs '
cay be said to be tie official view- e :::.: : St :..esr:.::: :.,e Ya-- r tar G..easeai" <" a weer.e.per !
pfcte stop as Western Electric company j I such: as the 490 million dollarGreekTurkish fer.re as ae.t nD k.
Jk Cdqfematic denials to the conc .. :..=-_:"',:: '7-=- :. :: SI -';:: : :- ,et... 11. Y Par ruse :see ,
iD' 42 states re- Secretaryof
trazy aatwittstaadarg). employees measure. j :a : : ::= -T 3 = i:'; _:3.. ua affi Nc ..
tarred to their jobs. State George C. Marshall has :: ; ; .

MARSHALL FOLLOWS FLAX End of file phone strike marked revealed. :

Ft* this. State Secretary MarshaOU the beginning of a honeymoon between ; First of its kind, the sur.er :s \ :

xanfeg along pl r.r.iways, labor aDd man+genoent For ;: being conducted by a newsy trganfeed -

neettsg so obstacles !roc Mr. ;nu the time being, not a single major i e policy group. Marshal sa.d

:: or the Republicans. We wflg Industrial strike was trootiax the : that with the exception of ":"3 r-..:.TS

ahead with Greek-Turk aid national economic waters. On the 'I' dollars scheduled to go to Ka be

which already may have stopped horizon. however: loomed the >jg- foresaw ae farther: a;; :rr,.a' -,s

the t&reftterei scope of Communist ore of John L. Lewis. pondering for foreign aid at presen*
whether or cot to call a strike of his ; .
r-r.-rlBa or Balkan aggressionagafeii He added however. r- =- TTSS
Greece. or Rosaiao action United abne Workers: in June. not prepaid to say *-.- r-bu

afaisrt Turkey Correct tadicatatcft Tapering off gradually in recent required to help other r a" 3 .'" f'.e

saggect both Greece and Turkey weeks as various union groups future. The state departae reported r
bare their reached agreements with their em I -
situation better m currently *s eks e
taai as a result of the mere proaj j I ployers. the tefeawone strike was way to help chi whrv. f-_ i be
ef the aid before It could Safe settled what 3IJN mesnbersaf
pert beI, fully justified to tie Arrer.ran r->
the Associatioa of Comanameattoc "
cone operative pie and to congress.
Equipment Workers, the last
Marshall ak will mere totabaiie The 7S million dollar1 r
holdouts accepted an 11% cent-an- t
the eernpattni of Geratany from Korea will bed to n:: r
boar increase '
and Austria OQ a jainpennaarat Western average Electric.W I+ rails and industries in3 :- .-l_; i

biris. It Is evident e States acne Marshal sa.::, <
Ie all, tie Russians de net wart Telephone workers across the

peace treaties which would fix country walked away from their J SUB PROGRAM: .

bal eoBclBskms upon wbkh Jobs at 4 a. m.. April 7. demanding 5ooophotmd-Loobe

Europe: cvold be penguentlyrtbcat general pay boosts of $12 a week. or a lira to eat-exetpt ia ha feed
Average increase, when agreements -
Indeed this .
more an effort to resolve its biggest; paL If only ass nurties* .urtd ait
eriiJeni than leaden may hare finally were reached, was won"-that of underwater warfare : Miss Florence E. Dolph of with Gr.-Pap XOi ...' Crisp.
$3.50 H
about or
reaJiied. At the Ioseo-w een- ..
th has Touted Uad with 23 estntulrstrieata.
ivy proposed a five-year. I Scranton, Pa. celebrated her
ferrcce the Russians blocked NAVY FUND: 210 r-ilion: dollar construction: andconversion IHth birthday anniversary by Ecocecaol. too. CM box
the offered 23 to M-year
program which ultimately sliding down the banister ta her supplies as ffiBfk ood by dry veigUM !

peace treaty between the Big Big Cut Made would produce a fleet of 100 home. She says she has ignored five 1.., eau of dot food!
Four nations, by attempting to I
Gro-Pup also Meal ant hi
super-fast submarines. :::0
load down the draft with every An economy minded house of'' her years to perform this birthday P.i
EC& For variety feed all three.rtth .
possible point of difference between representatives forcibly poised a Included in the plans is a new stunt ever since lS G.

Russia and her wartime t3.M ,%l.100 navy appropriations I type "of submarine-hunting "kifler
aHies. Thai Russia blocked: bill which represented aa 11 per I ship. a high-speed vessel which SURPLUS SUGAR:
stabilization between PiesMent Truman's 1 would be able to track down and
even of peace cent cut in Many Protests
the Big Four. original request for nary department ; destroy: enemy subs in any kind of GRO- bid
weather. Unless surplus sugar stocks are
Further, in doing the best he can funds released to needy housewives, a I t
with Russian-blocked Mar- Shouting down cries that the reduced High-ranking naval officers are n* p. ware
a peace. win demand
appropriation would shrink 1 reported to be concerned over tile congressional group t
ibaH will develop first aid to Korea control
immediate repeal of sugar ,
swift sabmarfees the
and then probably also to Italy and navy and marine corps manpower developed by accoriaig to Senator McCarthyRep. .
by 92,000, bouse Repubficana, in a Germans toward the close of the
France. To do this job, MarshaD is ( ., Wis.) who is at the bead cf aaFtee.a..r
and the fact Soviet
catherine his 'old wartime friends voice vote, approved the naval war that tke the movement

and co-workers from the war department budget for the coming fiscal year ata navy is believed to be rasfakg: ta Protests against the departmentof - --

} around him in the state figure about 377 miBkm dollars completion a fleet of undersea boats central
first of below the atJmiD lltratica.. estimateof copied after the best German de- program
department The departure
have been sect to congress 7 I.lSufIeMfl.
the amount to maintain tignLIf
Undersecretary Achesoa heralded a necessary
men from aU parts of the country
; ratker fan top reorganization of the required strength. I. the navy's proposal is adopted, McCarthy revealed. asm icits ui run a

state department. His replacement Defending the budget cut house the fast.new submarines ahoald be "Tbe department of agriculture Is RHEUMATISMNCURmSLUMBACO

by farmer Air War Secretary Lovett members criticized the navy policyof I ready by Itsl, according to VICe trying to make people believe thereis

who pursed the great bombing attack maintaining a disproportionate Admiral Robert B. Carney logistics a scarcity when there is a large

1 tarnishes the theme.: Other number of high-ranking officers chief. surplus" te said. and added "Theyare

later replacements win lead to a during peacetime. permitting industrial users to

1 frteaifter torn in Latin-American "There are far too many men of PORK SUPPLY: stock up but are denying housewives r

:j poky, and clear the way for a cooferesce high rank today" amid Representative Seek More Pigs the same privilege at the beginning a

of American foreign ministers Ploeser (Rep.. Mo.). "The' navy of the canning season when RINGS BLESSEt>

to fanpkmeBt the Chapultepec can effect its own savings by a considerable Seeking to boost the nation's pork it is needed most.
; arrangement for American cooper- reversion to prewar ranks j supply daring the spring aDd summer tea..aoeea.ara'La.raftt..fMI
; atsen. We also may strive to estab- of 1948. the department of agriculture POSTAL RATES: uiTMt m uu it mini. I
of standard among officers. I I a u MM MB run n ua a ire.**r*.I
fish aB-Amerkan use has recommended a general]
May Go Up [sacs uu t.. tm. umimit a.niij
U. S. military equipment. ; GRUMBLES OUT: 15 per cent increase in pig production

PEACE PROSPECTS GOOD this falL A measure embodying the first I
Germans Warned The increase. achievement of general revision of postal rates
will face important opposition TO COOLSCALDS
Marshall which BURNS
Restless protesting Germans which would bring an additional since 1879 would add about
J from only one source, the ,
110 million a year to post
have been warned by governors of five million pigs to market next CHAlM ;
which are charging
left-leaning groups both the American and British spring and summer, is being sought office revenues has been introduced Quickly apply
him with trying to get us into zones to stop striking and grumbling because present prospects indicate in the house of representatives.The fortinx GRAVS soothingP with "

j war. The auspices were never better against the Allies and buckle that supplies of beef and veal will bill provides for a 30 per cent iU wholesome aKtlacpttcs and e.Btnra *- ".'
for him to get us into aiding nMdicatioa.Nothing
1 however, Communism down to face the present food crisis ,I I be shorter ia 1343. increase in parcel post rates and ; like tt- aothiag so e mf ortsac-or
Soma stability of peace. with "hard work and courage." would revise the air mail rate from ; pleasant for externally caused ktatroubUa.

has killed jtself oft around the Sumner SewaQ, American military five to six cents an ounce. In S5t Get a package Uday.
considerable extent, mak- Fire Losses Zoom
world to a
government director: in Wuert- addition the new plan would add -- --- -- --
i fcg itself politically unpopular with temberg-Baden. said that protest Loess fr+m frt;. tbt Girl St&i about 39 per cent a year to present ,

j an the nations, by its anti-patriotic strikes against the food shortage ,.!!.oral tin ,.rur.l ,,.. ' tactics against Newt tlnrmg tin Jltj ittnt'wsj
and super-national pct 7'" and .
might cost the Germans relief sup- newspapers periodicals sent outside -
popular hopes for peace. atSassier the county ia which they are DELUSIONS
plies from the United States. He .A for lit ftt the
to yew
has tOMe oppose -
Cammunbm the demonstrations published. adak tb.ir lwlaola.l.t f'I'IIiC''
pointed out that nttionsl bowl e/ fat tndtnenttn T+ anti
the Interests of nearly "increased resistance" she Another provision would maintain e.e .Daa/dpreae- !!'
the are causing portU frtttta frt Ua f r*my 12Penot ter 1'W.n M:W NaI
peoples. Hence in France among taxpayers in this country. ", MIll in history .f the ire... the current three-cent local and run- : .....w..w.T.wiMa=.l 11
lately have been able I{ .\& :......"- ...... "IiIT Pt.
Socialists Scwall also demanded that Germans T.ul .1110..1 Ices Ul ,408.ooo, local rate for first class mail beyondthe .rol.F .w w..n; ....
ta baa Communists from their stamp out the black market nuttt "* iacrtft* .f 11 ftr centrr July 1 deadline when those rates I ........ .... vr,u wou
cabinet As a matter of tact. > 1 .. the $497JHJDOO,in lots Utu$for PORT ANT ..s................. .
slated to revert to the
1 which is dissipating a great amount were former ---..... lLbiree as.Tw,
has tin .. ,..,
leadership fnttiuti to the
Commubt I during leveL Na .
of their food rations. He said that two-cent c. =: % .
smpopolar that even ta I lint form monlkt .f tbi yttr itrrtgrtftrr (a sans.( r. *ir ifaPIIM
(* sa praRussian farmers who divert their produce tb*. she.. rttordti in titbtr19H. The new rates would go into effect M be are w s.t s.so H.dor nip
the Balkans prevailing into the black market are largelJ'respoMible 60 days after the bill is -- h7te sad taee to .-!,
arresting their I I I 19)7 or 1938J1iiQ.'j passed PVt'BI,5 TW& JIIC'1Ift
regimes are ; L-
adversaries ti order to for the crisis. : and signed by $e President
naiatain th"mlf'l"i -
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:. Gem of Thought

. ANGER blows out is the the wind lamp of which the Corpus Chr?:ti Fell' To Revive I AT' ,

mead Fill 4 t, unr toile sty dMMr; Spirit of# Colcrfai! Pirate Days R

w.Jl,.,rt* ......*.., l.IHw.u. U .\I teatur
' .. -.u sfi,rater_____ gfy ia WASHINGTONBy
tttt CORPUS CHRISTI TEXThe spirit of swashbjck:>! c T.- a

rate Jean Lafitte. often termed the most romantic ana ,. .. :. Re.e.. c o- ..4ewspoDer T. _aa Wolter Sheodj

He made himself old friends ful figure in modern lust'fill' : again cross the America:;
with at Mark Twain. WHU CKrap..d.alw'x.
me once.-0 j 1 i scene with 'u.=> revival of Buccaneer Days at Corpus Chris.J.I CLIMBING TO' NORMAL 1

By the streets .f .,.,. MIl ay" I June 12, 13 .d 14. Discontinued during the war. Buccaneer; Each -i -* cuki :ke to re;ee

Me arrives at the here ef Days will bt revived this yearvith: nationally!: fare ils entertainers each pay day the number rf ;:ie'hh .WuJl.JI6t Li.St._.Bret jr w.

; "u." Cervantes. !! leading dance bands. colorful; pa6e nt-. .r-studdea the boss passes out to us tofla\ a'.1!

Every man has three characters stage shows and other events added tu emphci-- :_. I1"* fun} ar.j have each drEar buy what ita:;;la. Beauty of Spring Contrasts I

-that which he exhibits, I Btertainment" theme of the ceubraboa. -- Say in 1910 With Ugliness of Politics :

that which he has and that I I At that tune std down to 1933, :
1. which he thinks he has.-Al- I Although Jean Lafitte's crew tt'as! 11 G ; for each dollar we turned in the !< \\7ASRINGTON has been d o-

phone Karr. I the scourge of the gulf during the i ) W government would give us. if we scribed as a city within a for !

I I! early 1598s{ their contribution to i ii f ff wanted it, 180 cents north of gold at est. Certainly to your home tom I

i Ga. Andrew Jackson's defers tf fl that 1910 price of gold. Our United reporter springtime is the moll

i New Orleans te the War of 112 ; \ States currency down to 1933 was beautiful time of the year a thin I

I I won them a full pardon from Pres I backed by gold. Then like most most beautiful of all cities. From 7 i
James Madison. Later La tte other nations, we quit the gold ;; the first warm days when the cherry I

I moved his pirate band to Texas. AIRPORT CHATTER I standard: devalued our currency! by : blossoms burst into triumphant: love !

I i, aDd historians agree that in 1821 he Work has been commenced on on*; third by raising the price of { mess on through the spring SBBV :

I established his headquarters on the lighting seeding and fencing of the f goto, and our dollar had no stand-i! mer and into late autumn, the eStf

i BUILDING MATERIALS : present site of Corpus Chnsfc. From new $2,500.000 municipal airport at ; ard of value. A dollar was worth. ; is a riot of color from the flowers
time to time old Spanish coins have | only what a dollar would buy. : and its streets
I D-. and blooming trees
MEN WNTED-Oner,,* FAST S3ZM buque.: Iowa. There will be HI ,
concrete block machine BID'd a home withOut : been found along the beaches surrounding contact lights along two runways, Daring the peacetime years and parks are oases anal wide avenues :

I back ready: yard each Debit Make frrr moue K..B>.pare r ..a.time..U<. the city, lending credence With 16 cone-mounted range snow between 1933 a ad 1541, the goveraweat I of welcome shade. !\

-terlac- -(-... B.& ,<*1.-/twatiat-- -- -1.-FU. ; to the numerous stories of his buried lights. A Si-Coot tower will be was spending each This particular day is a 19 !.

treasure here. equipped with a rotary beacon light year for nprodoetive work. WII' balmy day and out in LaFayett*
HELP WANTEDWOMENIALE1LIDiES Pirate Je&r. L.,* to and his crew. Bests of Mars more than it was lawnmowers water
36 inches! in diameter. The fcr- park the power
W.1ed tf Mt attcMtr r.D portrayed-. by ;it ,,--4 t.r- .s i-f -eraval airfield at Arlington taking in, aM increasing the i! over the smooth lawns. Across

si.- >::=H cry Cs.. :r efts, DL, s'l..t.. .1: '. H-.r-tc. .111. has been takes over ,I ambtr '"C dettars la eircrtitwm : Pennsylvania avenue, the slowrj:
:. '..:'?r'.$ Aircraft Services end f to the eiteat *f bOHem. j i whirling sprinklers make the closely *

MISCELLANEOUS t.' .: n :1r4' ..psny for civilian training : With no standard of value, and an I cupped White House lawns deeper i

.. -. -. It will be known as the ': increase in the number of dollars in I II pools of greenness beneath the I
relieves rencM. thanks nd r 11'1 center. Colo- there decrease in : elms. IAs i
Lois itching. Dieetflnc and t>""'r ,-- if V Flying j circulation was a towering age-old
ISMS Guaranteed 1 tor KC: PPSlor COD13OW e .
KRtCG 1-LASTEX Co. M..rc. MUk.MOROLINE -econd annual meeting at \ each dollar we could not get as west end of theO te House await-

---- -- i --. field, the Colorado A. and j j much value in clothes, food fuel or ing the can to a Presidential press
11/4/ *" :e airport at Fort Col- I other necessities and luxuries because I conference and drink in the loveH-

2t' So Sew. &iuLt1wtE rcram highlight included there were too many dollars ness of the White House grounds

: I of legislation affectinga i I and no standard of value. Had we I II gardeners working amid the flowerbeds

.-\'ey of uses of airplanes have maintained a gold standard traffic sounds muffled, the
f"ti ..re and an outline of the I 1 we would not have had the surplus heated debate and bombastic oratory -

; .. "d program of the Fry1 dollars for we would not have had on Capitol Hill seem indeed far

1 '; rs organization i the gold needed to back them. i removed and somehow apart.

1- \ :.'port managers and air- LIMITED INFLATION But it is there the pulling and

.: .t Pros from 10 midwestern hauling, stresses and .
As long as the amount of com- l pressures
t. whw 'wd .. I
lit:: thered at St. Louis for ana !
,,. modities produced kept pace with labor taxes, appropriations, politics,
t .r.IC sponsored by Parks t 1
the demand of the ever increasing 1948 an election year with Democratic
C Aeronautical Technology. national headquarters in the Mayflower
*." number of dollars in our pockets
s i .: was arranged in cottneci I II
hotel puffing the strings Gee
helped to keep prices
competition I II I
,' the fair held ;
% regional air
and the of way and Republican national headquarters -
down purchasing power
t1 St Louis The ,
e arena
the dollar up. But we had inflation with its old red brick Georgian -
Le"c x, Ia., airport operated by
.'_.. n I in a limited way. By 1941 our dollar : mansion at 1337 Connecticut 4
T. fwd tvoi IOOM upper and levn 4 Aa Wurster and John Kendall is i was worth in commodities about 50 ; avenue pulling the other.
comfortably Mean &U :..ry.ar> try STliX dentut, Not am a nrncafied ms.arp.ed.rl dorr 'MISS BUCCANEER' I requirements to permit flight instruction j: cents. Busbies Lobbyists

Ort STAZK M. tote la Modern Version II for war veterans j Then came the war. Our factories : Speaking of pressures, the fight en

=. A.c.pt MSTAZE .l--.aATJ I { turned from producing things our I the house and senate labor bUs

V: : : Into Corpus Or -*. s art.-.- to ".ayysiege" i Participating in the first group I i i dollars implements could of buy war to making the only_ of pur-the : brought into conflict the most powerful

to the <'It.As they storm aronnd-the-world air tour for group of lobbyists and tile ai
the harbor the "Pirate Chief will business survey and good will |l pose or value, of which changed was greatest nationwide and local oat r -4I

ROACH SPRAYQUICKKILL publicly proclaim that the city hasbeen building purposes, a group of In- i from destruction.that of setters Competition to that of buy .I I I paigns for and against tie Mis '
RID I taken over in the name cf all diana business men left New probably in the legislative history tl
ers. It was a race between rising
good pirates. York Jane 1 en a globe-encir wages and rising prices. There were the country.

OUMJ ACTIOM AM. .eHCIIO; From that moment op, during the cling tear which embraces stopsin not enough peacetime commoditiesto Business lobbyists hare been
Btimt.Kaa: TO rrrs *M>HI'MAKS series of events 12 cooBtries. The campaigning for months of
sp-n- some
next three dvy. a tours meet the demand of our all too
LASTS 14 DAYS AND LONGER will be staged along the citVs bay- 1 sored by the Indianapolis Chamber many dollars with no fixed value. them since 1938, for changes in labor .

MDN PDlStMcaS-ODOIUSS.-TAItUSS! front. At least two events 1I..il be of Commerce. Tile itinerary Under such conditions the govern- legislation, and they likely wan
.... ...... ahi.a. diversity calls for in CaglaM.
00 s. r.w w staged simottaaeously to insure stops ment's effort to fix prices resultedin oat from sheer weight of numbers

-.L.Y.ouT... oTO TMN Y-C.IKa ".. of eoatrtaiameat. I Trance Denmark Sweden, creation of the black market. if for no other reason, for there were

One of the features of the} '47 : Switzerland Italy Greece. 261 business and industrial byHts
These things, despite ex-
Buccaneer Days will be the Miss Egypt, India. Burma China and uniTe taxation the of registered and ill labor lobbyists a

1 Texas bating beauty finals, with i I tie Phiapffees, m attitio to federal and local on governments part total of 433 registered lobbyist to
the vurrer going to Atlantic City'sMis meant additional inflation, and work on the 531 senators and representatives -

....l'l; cr.a contest to repress that we still have. Oar present in congress.On .
the business and industrial
the Lore Star state.
Iud value
day dollars, with no
Parker Butler's classic."Pits '
side. National Association of giant
BLACK Sari: ht races. annual GalvestoB- today will buy less than one **
LEAF 40 Is Pigs, the story of the express facturers and 'V
conducted its
-up slog r.ow- sad Corpus Christi open sea race a prolefs.or.d who foaad third of what oar Ittl dollars planned
agent more pigs
.. .. campaign on a nationwide basis.-
-ear-bod o. oeifrrl.aIe. : : : aquatIC show, a wight-tone bought.
a :. w [ewe.b. ; in a shipment than he bargained for from and New York.
and boats Washington 4
1 Ste .ten aadkuhrc eater parade with 1 was bound to have its modern saDI Today we have such a Large .
.e 'cep arena ..,i i. r'. :ilv; decorated with flowers, number of destandardized dollars The United States chamber of corn.mere .
... | terpart, especially with aH the pets
ApTL..t win '
several I with 2,713 member ergadrations
... :Bidden: treasure harts, aatio in circulation, It times or -
In' o. trsai tOtY. and poppies, pedigreed cats spiny '
waled !!al radio network programs or>tt- for each of and with representatives in '
us as
'aje :J +wrs ant-eaters and sods traveling ia airexpress more as many
coil areatihipUp from the huge Mating stage. every one of the 435 congressional |
r.atmg I service these days. And so in 1310, that the dollar has a
IT MJK.:"Jl motor boat races. Iiatic.areet parades it happened one day recently en a Iongchard road to travel beforeit districts in the country organized at I
tidttuuttirtittit tltftulla barber quartet contest, the grassroots to brag *
a shop I Toledo-New York flight A valuable gets back to that 100 cents pressure .
IMS UI I I1ITVCn swimming and diving contests flyer cocker spaniel en route from value it had before the govern bear on congress. Chief of the C. of.

work! displays, old fiddler's curtest i Toledo to )It. Desert Inland. Me.. ment devalued and destandard- ;1 C. campaign was gray-haired, 11*,- '*.

square dancing exhibitions aad i gave birth to a litter of tour pup bed it. That, together with war 000-a-year Clarence Mites, who! bias
to three name bands will I i been with the since :*
dancing pies as the plane sped toward Hew conditions, reduced its purchasing -
HOTF.ASHES complete the celebration program. i York. Upon arrival at LaGoardiaj i power t. the approximately 1t9. For NAH Walter CharaMte -. I
This year's Court of the Queen of i value of Jr., $28S60-a-year vice president
i l field, the sky-born spaniels were pronounced 34 cent today. I
iJ the Seas will be one of the most f fit to continue to Ban... t The tide has turned and we are directed the fight to pass the JaIler fMlle. j

? lavish pageants ever presented climbing back very slowly. If we He is an ex-newspaper myna land

Wonxa n ytror "40'sU( oe itfe FEEDER: SERVICE could stop the issuing of additional i has been with NAM staee 1118.I .
ruBctoaal sine *' period pculur Centenarian dollars we would gain in value more These two organizations bore the
Iowa Feeder line of Wisconsai
to women '* to u2tt bot operations ,
raiabea, h.n .a. 4gStt? r Central Airlines will be commenced : rapidly. A balanced budget will help brunt of the fight to pass the labor

Plnitai-i tired :reeitntT'vctabl Ttea do Compound try "t to Sounds Challenge this summer the service' hi that it will stop the issuing of : bills.

rout T e such It' ,.. : more government bonds to be sold Ph. in
tymptoma. a ou covering 44 communities in IQsaois. A D. CIO Camp
for ... .
UI1a pu. As Garden Champ : to the banks aad government bonds
Takea rerula-r! -Plnkliac:: '. CCm- Minnesota Upper Michigan and For American Federation of La
pound h.: are largely the foundation oa which f
pa cp tes stance his
Belyji Wisconsin over a 1,495-mile-route network -
OELWEIX IOWA bar white-haired.. 64 aid W@hlans
acaleat such din .&.Thooaaada ban bank note dollars are issued.It year i
tope ted boner AIM Peter Duffy once again The airline recently was certificated -
a Yery tStcontomactoa 106 years. when C. Hashing led the fight agafect
will be happy day our
a .
Soar woes t<'UIC' has issued his perennial challenge by> C'v.l Aeronautics administration be backed by the labor bffis. He has been ....k.ing .

lTDIA'1lfl1ltS:1 iii that he can pull weeds-faster and t-1 Aerate" the service.TAJieie dollars gold when again they can have a fixed value on legislation in Washington far

cul-hoe any gardener in Oelwein rp .r" 5 type. 21 passenger but that day is seemingly a tog 30 years and is a $f,2ae-a-year amuse
Duffy has t!-" Dc..?:; .;< '-- its are planned
li. 4 :..' 4. Despite! age. way in the future.DISTRIBUTION. He is a former pattern-maker tzma.LttehfieH. .
Igor of a man in his twenties and f.r e Ill
ooesr't even need glasses to -ed.. of money For the CIO only one lobbyist is
the evening paper. Ha onrj.j.." ,- without production of commodities credited to the national organization.
cat handicap w aeafness. the money can buy is a Nathan Cowan, director el the
e Of his original family of re cdran. -. cause of inflation. General Motors legislative department at 14.* ayear.

seven sell are living and to ; pays wages to something Probably the toI>ftiPt man

May Van ./Duordered here oa out the Duffy progt>ry: a: e like 300,090 employees, but pro- oa the CIO side is young goodtoek-

Kidney Actioa numerous."I daces a product t. take up those mg Robert K. Lamb of the Uajtei

Uottn 0.vUh Ri bier,tad easy sure started some >g wages and more. The government Steelworkers who draws $4i6OIa
bt..uar hat $e ropy wkm a.e f mented Duffy as he counter .-. !s 2-: ., pays wages to mere than year, has three degrees from Harvard
"' -iuak ot tcpoaiu*u* } jiar-i
h.-tbne. M"Y 0U&Ja eMII grandchildren and 25 great 2.0M.SW civilian employees and A.B.. A.Y. and a Ph. D. in
ol ta. k.lotya Tbrjr art apt to i.oe inroiW children. othJug. Economics, and has served the CIO
sod t>a <. alwr *I M aodaad : predates .
w.thf' c
to Iowa : .
la,r UtpwitMa bB tktmd. 14..purl Duffy came in Wasttcgten for almost tear
coed.T. his 12 brothers and his three s.ster DOS JUAN, seemingly does not years. He is a member of Amr' .

4atka.. *L'='a.tt'af unreal tMe 1.eheM.t to work on the farm of relatives! appreciate. Franco's intentieas of leaS Federation of Teachers l4anvard

pasts .e.wat--aw -G7. But his wanderlust wasn't satl> NIt to the Spanish preteadei local ;
.ainaua aS ewe oat. Ot ar aof the West and a passing
kidney or Madder diMrtw antiaMa 0a. took a trek to .... the crown el SpIlL. The AFL rendscfcd |ts rastpjira
boom.. acaa ] Of too by..s. httte silver mining to fat traveling ca a nationwide basis whe tie CIO, .
rimatiaa. before he AMONG THE PEAKS A ski-
Try I>*s '| Kit. OaoVt M, tk.kUxr eat of Duffy's system. Ton hrif ,..... vfcen yen like the Chamber of Commerce, operated -
.. .. Mvt back flb the Tat Corn stateto plane of supplies lands on Mul-
to. aS karmioi came spend year moBey hi fke t.metofin. oa the local level by personal
Tkey a.v. kad mar taaa k.U.V:7 make his permanent home. drew glacier at the foot of MLMtKinJey
contact and maD from the states to ;
= = Duffy also is a bantur of air I where the base camp i
The opened
I catspaigB -
.- -..-' travel. One of his gar.....14Iaters for Operation White Tower is located. t f. congress.
j In this aged speed we are in a I ty kristiat state dettgatisasto
took him for a jitaai ride eight t The expedition will ascend
hurry to get sunewhcte.+ but we XTasAinfto t. wert 81t their i
the }Jc K Icy in the interests of science. -
and he never forgot i
years ago 1 are not sure as to the reason! for the Hdividual teagresssrs awl .u--

event ': urge Ur tke Med .f A-ril TT

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GLADES COUNTY James Y. Wilson department' senior caster make the statement that anyone -) ,turn back. He was not discouraged -several grower hits thousand the jackpot dollars and from nets a ,ft'--; I

vice commander of the Veterans traveling- y heat frem-Stuart enough to keep him from at- 'small planting we read about it an4 _t{
DEMOCRATMOORE ot Foreign Wars and candidate for to Fort via.
Myers C
I tempting to
.. ma',1i&l thi year. say: "GoI .. guess I'll quit working .t:
: Wotltsky and Speaker
Waterway had better carry a can I
HAtEV. FLORIDA r for !a living and start me a "Ie-- -;x''
of gasoline; for none was to be had '
There are many veterans in this en route. Mrs Frierson much I table farm '
Intend. aj cecond-clu matter. May was ''f C o+c H t The thiags we doa't hear aloe "* j;
I un at the Po tofflce at Moor group but all of them deserve a incensed and wrote the station at i
Haven. Florida, under the Act of so often are the tough breaks and ---1: 1I
badge of honor for standing for decent -
once calling attention to the availability -
Congress of March I. 1857 I diffiealUea that constantly try ta* !
government. of marine gasoline Moore I
at Too Late To
Representative Berate Papy of Haven Classify vegetable growers soul. tile floods -.iJ:
The I
very anmbly
."11.... Every Friday By i the freezes the wind and hail stona ,, i j
Monroe Coaaty. the colleague
was apologized a morning or two later
THE GLIDES PRnTnG CO. IM. Ry RUSSELL KAY : that play havoc with crops, ofta:2j i
Odham aDd Camp were reported to
CARR SETTLE P.btI..er I Good work Mrs Frierson, and Jesse I f
them oat entirely
h ___ __ .__ .1 have accused of offering the bribe. Adkina should remember you at O-C ,<... )o.,<-----x-: ...-..;-.'- I'apy. in defending himself on the Christmas
IHere' j
!. arrlftl.. Rated I floor of the House is said to have about the try problems that eoav -
OBC Tear __ ------ '250 The truck farmer's bed of roses'I' front every grower ask mea like I!
the statement
made following : i .
I; a medical tip I
want to -and his bed of beans, eel- 1I
8U M..tas ___. __ -_ 11.::$ "I have been here (in the legislat pass along at tile risk of green i l LaJfonte Craw maaager of the ,
er> peppers. s.eet corn or other Florida Vegetable Committee; L, L.
ure i 14 years I am a retired wrath of the medical profession
vegetables not bed of I i iI
1 a roses Stuckey of Pabokee, committee
T1IK1: BAW.K man at the age of 44 I don't need Will it work! I can't but
1)K;>KK\K: : \ say a any way you figure. I chairman Lather Chandler of : -1
| mone>: gentleman, whose
reputation for
i Most of us know a little bit on Goulds or Paul Diekmaa of RokU.
If a man can serve ist the legislature truth and veracity is unimpeachable, -I'T.
the surface about Florida's growing and they can ten you pleat I
The Veterans of Foreign Wan 14 years and then retire fi- told it to me with a straight face
in vegetable industry hut it is potat- This vegetable baslaeas gets more ;
tthi Florida veterans in general are nancially. evidently membership and two companions sitting hv swore
of-appetite knowledge for the great aDd more complex every rear and
proud of Odium immediate the Boise is laic basiaess for mea to its Infallibility. Here 'tis and
er part if we are not actually ia is too big a problem for the Individual :1Ji.
of a certain type. This fact makes
past commander of the VFW I hope I remember correctly or it
I the baslaess of growing fresh vegetables grower to lick all by himself -
Post at Sanford who is also Rep- the stand of Odham and his group might not work: Lot of people smart .
Florida for the market That's why growers ;
all the more "
reseatative la the legislature from have experienced severe cramps in ;
You and I know that this all over the state are getting together <
Veterans of foreign Wars l state
the after
that cowuy Not only did he retiring which cause '
News. produces and ships to northern and pooling their knowledgeand
tee to accept a bribe to vote aca them to immediately arise and takea
for the welfare at -rJ.
markets thousands of carloads of experience: .
the bookie gambling bill but be l'e-j walk about the room until the their S
fresh vegetables each andif the industry and own ultimate <
posed his colleague who is said I knot is loosed The remedy to toremove season ;
work oat a route never travelled we are in the habit of heck I brnelit!
have offered the bribe. Representative I the right shoe first andplace ,
I before to Oklahoma hat, after real- ing statistics w"t' Know that :he an- ia: ;-"s :ht- \peetdWe in properq
II, Ocala, it the
Clarence Camp of on floor
I presumably
.. tUs mil at the :eht tame to in- :
nual value of 'h. "
that I've of <
ising t \1
none ''I' ipr
myaorted the charge I with the heel toward the bed. Then .. ,.. .
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them in the fourteen mateh $11" ,+' a. pr! f>a is J problem in it- ;
Those oa the honor roll who voted past years remove the left shoe and turn itwith
there's little need to worry about Now ard t''<<'i w'" n -, C" ntinuad ,n Page 51
with the BotU the toe toward
Odhan for bill are: I the heel of the
seeing something twice. We expect -----------
Braaca. Brywn Bnrased. Barton right the two shoes together Next -
to return to work on July 14 sad .. ,
Daaa, time such -
Camp CollUw Darts Dayton. a pain hits give it a try: - '- -- -
}aqua, Gamtler Hethroi, Hough. hope that while we're away the these gentlemen say it always work '

Howell Lantoff, McWilUama.- sugar mill will get started I but I CAn't guarantee it since my

Clare Morrow. Marray Oelken cramps are always in' the toes
Peacock of Sarasota. Peacock of It's encouraging to note that band I I I Aiuioiuieiiig"That

parents and school patrons have
Jackson Roberts, Schoh L. W. The 194? session of the Florida
Sleuth, past department commander taken a hand in band affairs to see
Legfelatare adjourns today and it
to it that the splendid work startedby t
of the American R C.
Legion well be that well
; Smith. Stirling. Strayhorn WalteR, Mr. Jackman is not allowed to without any extra taxes, or at get least by I we have again resumed use
die. even though he is not coming
with considerably: less than had
back next school term. It was an
been prophecied Rather than face
enthusiastic group which met Mon- HANthsi
a hostile bunch of constituents when
day night at the Summers home and I STATION
MANDE'RJNGS made plans for keeping the group I they get home the legislators apparently MOORE E
have decided to
together through the summer, for:
I some of the more or less useless
By Carr Settle providing funds for new uniformsand t
the firm of
appropriations and take a chanceon replacing name
for providing a leader, in the
getting by. But we're
When, several months ago. I told person of Jimmy Woodward, who tirely out of the woods not yet en-for JORDAN'S SERVICE STATION

George Beck In Clewiston that Iwanted volunteered to spend as much time
something happen in these last X
to take a vacation in June with the kids as possible closing hours.may i which we have continued to use during

and anted him to get me a new I The group is also asking that the

Plymouth by that time neither of community not consider the new or-I Ray Donald Gantt fulfilled a our year of ownership

us thought very seriously of It. But: ganization simply an organizationof

he promised me he'd get it and get, band parents for such is not the life-long ambition last week when Although the name is changed our same
he attended the auto races at Indianapolis .
It he did Tuesday of this peek Intent. Every patron with children
'o on I
on fay Day. In writing I reliable and courteous service
I became one of the elite with a too small now for band work or any 'the
back home about experiencehe
citizen who thinks that he may at
new car.
got lust as big a thrill out of i will be maintained
future have in
But my old battered 1938 Chewy some time a child
it as he had always hoped to get
is still with me for I Just didn'thave the school should do everything
Last year he got a new car and GLEN C. STRICKLAND.
the heart to run it into the possible to help the organization, I a
started out to see the races but had
scrap heap. It has served well and and that means become a member I
a wreck before he had gone far
faithfully for almost nine years and and serve on one of its committees
( past the Florida line and had to .i.ix
its banged-up body contains a heart Our band is and will continue to -.

of gold; (I should know for I had be one of the best possible advertisements -

to buy it last year). Maybe If we of our community and ; i iI

pound out a few of the wont dents county, as well as the school. So 1 B. r:Goodrich

and give the old gal; a coat of paint the band group as now constituted :

she can be rejuvenated to some ex- is YOUR group. There are no

membership dues and none are

tentAnd, best of all well tale off contemplated Join now. !

next Saturday morning, if nothing I hun Silvertowns t

goes wrong and be as far up the One morning last week while I

state as "breaking-In" speeds will listening to the regular fishing

permit before we sleep that night. broadcast over a Miami station, I

Have had a terrible time trying to Mrs J. E. Frlerson heard the broad-





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J. M. Harris, Authorized Service Man i \ TIRES
rtj + Yesterday's Price 16.10 1440rr.wor -

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RAt Yes, you can now buy all popular sizes of the tireS _I

i FLAMiNGO A U tbatatuvaaprewar tires at actually Ita than prewar .; '

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1 0 AE One of the things that makes possible this hue ".:'

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new Silvertown -greater than for any tire B. F.

I 1A L L o u R Goodrich ever produced. In fact, mere miles hart : ;:

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-I ---. I .fore going on the beach-for a -picnic Too Late To Classify Mexico grow/ identical crops at tie:: :

dinner and several hours of, same period and grew them cheaper 1 J

; swimming They returned to Fort : .
fj Myers for dinner and then attended (Continued fr&m Page 4j .
'II'IIL i If the grower is an itif1r.rad..-
and SOCIETY a double feature movie I I i' self but the actual physical job his produce may arrive ia New Tort
Those enjoying the uncart on were |t ithte I of producing soave 3n.... acres of or Cleveland on the same day thstnamrtata
Carol | finest wtaeer garden for
Joy Alston Annie Pearl sass aisaOaodtd' with sbtpaiepta
E- -- Bryant northern markets is only a drop laI f
Dorothy FioreaceDvpreu.
;=== ------ Claytoa : from dosea ether seeUoas. ate.
I a
."-"- ... _.. . _ I I the Florida predacer'a basket of
'" Alice Nelson Stella Ray.
H-O 0 0 that skid
e t c a 4 'I 1 that means prices dews
Hn. L. V. Turner was in Boca I I Mr. sad Mra D. C. Gamer Nelda and Phyllis Bowdeahell|I j I I troubles to nothing Buyers who took meet

llaton Tuesday OB business |i i W. Pate Beach are visiting }oft. Gloria Cason was the only member,J s 1[ When hes got his crop of eel-I any qualitY daring the war yeau
Mrs Ray Yoder absent I' ery beans cabbage potatoes.. are port: demanding only choke tap-
laM aad Mr
aad i .
Donald Famam was la Ws j 4 Mra. K J. Banmgardner : termelons peppers or ..... ooallty stuff.Prepa4agtag.
,: Pate Beach Saturday this week 1 BK BRR lob.\CH |: \on ready for harvest, he tomake his product I
CH\PK1, sl iVCB&+ his trouble have aproetad in-Uve-I.
'' rirasd Mra. D. A. Beadrieksoa : more attractive is another
Sheriff J. J. Wiggins was a basiaast ** Batty are aaeadtea : portion. He has already headache and will be until researchnow
a teadarW
visitor in West Palm Beach ie A. T. UaaeH and sea. Ted. have!I.;i. combat. it seems to Aim. every
I. to Arcadia sad at a beach being contacted results 'n a
WednesdayMr the presented Big Bear Beach Chapel. plant pest or disease in the world. method.
j Went Coast.T standard low coat
.. Lakenort with four beaabfal : and he has had to scramble to pay ,
The Florida Vegetable Com is t-
fluorescent ceiling lights Installed l! labor. much of It from!
vJld.1 and ( imported
aad Mrs R. Boe .
F. Sheridan aad Qwryl left ; tee is coming as near Ie a -hot: >-
tart in Miami the first three days Taaaday aw Lakeland. Mr. Sheri- them These give a soft the Bahamas OB a temporary sta-! sale solution of all of the Florida
diffused light over the whole little 'b!' i He hays that labor three or
of this week ... sill he there for a estpie ofCheryi vegetable nredncer'sbas problems\ a-
t saattaary aad are greatly appreciated 'our times as much as he paid iaI" .
aM ever been dense.WA.
Mr and Mrs. John Itaovics ofCnriBoati = wffl satin homeMra. by all tat BMsnsen of the ecru.cncaUoa. 1 ::<< or 1440! Everything: that goes

Ohio. were the sweats anaity as> into making a crop and preparing

of Mrs Merry Roberta teat week.Mr W. R. MlUer aad her son The Rev Alexander Linn will it for market has sharply advancedin \TKs> TO WENT! UararriM
held the ragnlar Sunday evening> price. Supplies aad machinery. House jmasediately. CaB a-
Jack Meree, of ...... Terns are :
and Mrs E. H. Bevies **dckBdrea here for a three weeks Tttt with service ea Jae: 8, at 8 o'clock His crate and packaging materials fertilizer. Democrat Office. v.p iI i
abject soil be "A Christian Partnership. -I irrigation eqaipment-all I
left yesterday far Lire Oak lira. Mater's abler, Mrs. L A. Maley t
i bave ta I
gone up -
to spead the weekcad.Mr. i
Bat the matter of finding a prof- tIIIR SAL-2 milk caws Nisi-

and Mrs Nolaa Dan aad Hiss Wanda Toder retaraed Saturday Mr aad 111ft. E. R Smith of Fort liable! market is the real problem stem last fresh, sad tlueas4:
lartin Maraud 'from a vacBllsa trip tau DeLaad where she has :Meade are visiting friends here today j Each season be finds competitions also pore-bred HoMeta ... WUtea f f

Baffato. N. T. hcam a atadeat at Stetnoa Unicmity "....," as he win he remembered -:'i little stiffer. The Florida Vegetable Wa er'r. lt1XUM
by BK>st everyone, was raised grower has to pat his pro- i
Her aareats :Mr aad Mrs f ii
CIIek here bat has made his home in the! duets! OB the market ia competition
Joyce aM Jtsany ass slraMI Ray Yoder. drove to DeLaad last
Polk Coanty city for the past several with produce from other sections of >--Cow: Burked crop ague '
sait tars sat tiea ib Irsat
> s w+ atr week sad returned with her I
years this country curb as Texas and half crop swallow fork one .-rand -
AlpenaC. 1
California and the Iuamty: shipped crop upper bit in other ear
Xl'll.lIadE. Greene, Mrs Dan from the ..;Faq' IS rad:' mr. B-atd Arro.-F Owner pet in touch
C. Watts was a lnoirsss Griffith. Mrs W B. Norton, Jr and -. -.' -....' t .. '-; .-. rn .r: r" 11.:1 T c'.'-\ Tt ; Moore Ha- i
tar IB Tampa the latter pan of test Mra L. R Tales left the first of "' .
r 3tp.
: i.
: ; .oJ' .b :: a aJ T
.puat the wash for Lakelaad where they GUARANTEED
will attead sasasaer sessions at i
.... W. S. BssinisB left Taeedaf Southern Co11e<<'e. 1 I
for St. Pttersaarg to aloud the Watch :f

tnaaal Methodist Ceafereare Mr. and Mra F. !''t!. Minanch are I
I Parkinson's
epe&dini this week at their former
.... aid Mrs Earl GI"MM" home in Alabama. They will return Repairing
..Be Glade vfefeed trfread herefaaday 1 this eek-ead to Tattahaesee where ; :

,- aft aoon.. I Mrs. Mtesrfeh will ester< Florida 7 DAY SERVICE MOORE HAVEN FLORIDA tII
State College for Women for the !
Mrs J. J. MatUeeon and MissXtrgie simmer sessions .
Coaaton returned Tuesday I

frsm a week's visit at Mrs. Mathi- Fred Jenkins drove to Tampa Our large repair depart- i i'i

even's 4erm.,r home In Tyreu. N C. last week-e&d and Vo ght back ment is DOW able to give 7 II REMEMBER DAD

Mrs. JenmstaG has been receiving -
day service on watch repair-
Mr J. C. Sviadail left Wednesday medical treatment there for
to speed toe remainder of the! the past two weeks Friends will ing. We have a staff of high- Sunday June 15th f

.week with her daughter. Mrs. G.: be pleased to learn that she III ly competent and skilled ,

IM. PkBBps. moth Improved in health workmen who turn out guaranteed -
Mr. and :Mrs. C H. Settle. Carr Mrs L. P. Turner and daughter work. We use nothingbut

Settfe, tae aad Sandra were visitors Yian. are ieavtag today for Seattle. genuine parts and ma- JASON '

Svfiday afternoon. la ODeehe'bee. Wash. where they will take a shipon terials. Send us your watch. PAJAMASLUGGAGE I

Jane 12 for Japan. The.111jotn
Special attention to mail or-
their hnaband and father FISHING GEAR
i iI
)If. and Mrs. Fiord Shellabarger Capt. Turner, om duty there with ders. Registered and certified

and 'Miss= Virginia Smith of Fort the Armot&ctapatton) .. watchmaker in charge. I .. REELS, RODS, BAITS i
: .
Mr. -
week-end with.
and Myers-rpent-Mrs J. s. WIHingh Urs. WUMaoi Sottile of Homestead SMOKING STANDS t 1 J. z
spent last Wedneedat and '
Miss Pauline Stalls has returned Thursday with her parents Mr and H. GluckmanJEWELER LIGHTERS, CIGARS t j.I

*. her home in Palmdale from Mrs. W. L. Wetlaerhi n. Her son "
Those Famous 'Case Knives Razors iiI
Lakeland where she attended Soathm Billy who had been visiting his .I ,

OaOege during the past term. ,raa4p&r ts. returned home with t
her. 1012 First Street i GIVE THAT GOOD OLD FELLOWA ;

Mrs C cUe Brooks spelt the tNo
w.*.-... In West Palm Beach and Keaaeth Nail, formerly a rc!-i Fort Myers Florida ''I TREAT

her can, BIlly. returned with her dent of Moose Haves vteited friends t
to nstke his hoses here. briefly k"*last FrMay He..as
riding a neaarcrch trosa his home
MiMe Irene S stt Md Martha hi Fort Larfdereale to Winter Haven -

Dew d retarnod' Saturday from Da- to participate IB the meekendawtorcyvle j

land where they hare he atted- events.SUM ..

fag gsstsen Unv' RAI'TI"T '*Y IOI.n.SS .

Miss Evelyn Lyons r taraedWidassday ENJOYS nE.\rn TRIP

from Caarkestosi s. Car.. Not
whet tie. has keen a stadeat at Mrs L. M Lflly. teacher of the Specials

Ashley Hall for the past t naCM late siediate ftiW class of the Bap-
tilt Saaday Aool took them ,

Joseph FWedteader of WaaalafEtea Tasty to Fort Myers Beach for I

D. C..' .fll arrive $**day their annual beach aarty Kill .iees AtlIisItopiViIsolLi4IIIIIber :
tar a visit here with Mead*. OelFtiedlaBder The p'1s..... some time in Everyday
IB connected with the 1 Fort Mvers in the morning shoppingand

t>. $ Maritime Comaletdon. visiting places of taterest be- ; Co. i !

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: Regular Meals H. B. Davis Best Outside \Vhite Paint, one gal. $4.50

.\-'.. 5 gallon cans, per gallon . . . . $4.40

; and 90 Lb. Slate Roll Roofing, roll .-:\ . $3.55 ,

Short Orders MEDICINE CABINETS, 13 1-2" x 17" . $3.95

1x4 No. 3 Flooring . . . . 2c lineal foot '

SANDWICHES OF ALL KINDS 3-S" SHEET ROCK . . . 6c square foot

D Our stock is complete. We meet all competitive

Open from 5:00 a. m. to 2:00 a. m. \
t prices on merchandise of equal quality.

Mrs. Minnie Farnam Cochrane Is Now In INVESTIGATE OUR BUDGET PLAN .

Charge of Our Kitchen You can repair, remodel, or build an addition to your

house and pay just a few dollars per month.
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k .+"+ + o-+ + + .

Maude's CafeCorner Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co.

First Street and Avenue I PHONE 8S CLEWISTON, FLORIDAI

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II I \ .', ,v ... IF THERE are any upsets .it. y
reversals of form m oa&etall
",,, .1 the will
I is season, same come
I \ rm the pitching side.

\\'i\t' ., For trample, if anything happens
\ 'J" i r.e B( :-ten< Red Sox the trouble
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THE MASTER CARVER The elements, at work since the beginning i ,.:HJig and run-making saved,
of time, have carved this gigantic trough in the Grand Canyon of I games ui which they were ham
Colorado river. One of nature's most spectacular sights the canyon i mered into pulps.
Is 237 miles in length, a mile and at
deep some places 18 miles wide
i i Tex Ilujhson, before tbe war, was
rated as ODe of baseball's best. Last

season, Tex needed the help e< Red
NATURE'S MASTERPIECESErosion Sox bats to save him, game after

game-and so did Dave Ferris. In
the season's opener, the Red Sx
Carves Stupendous gave Hdf hson a 6-0 lead, aad yet he
couldn't finish.It .

"Hi rites and > ,u..r.---.u .n Cue eicmngi d'ink,, until there ti no home spud is more than probable that Joe
or *tire .1 .lJ." : Spectacles in Three Canyons Cronin will need some extra help

i from of his if
some younger pitchers,
By j .1 WAY OUT I WNU Features. lie le to wen again. even: if he haU

AM 16." writes Floretta I From the beginning of time, wind and water have combinedto more good ballplayers on his team

II I Howe from Oregon. "Six Sometimes a fatten marriage carve the earth's surface in a small section of northern Arizona than any other rival by a two to

years ago my mother had offers the best tray out of an almost I and southern Utah into three of the most stupendous spectacled one ratio.

an affair with a married manI intolerable nation, Miss in the world, the Grand Canyon of Colorado river, Zion canyon of Red Sox pitching hardly belongs in

will call him Harrywhichcaused Norris believes, when there is I Virgin river and the great horseshoe-shaped amphitheater knownas the same class with Cardinal or

talk that even as a little security and pence to be gained. Bryce canyon. Tiger pitching. These are the two
staffs in baseball well beyond
strong '
girl I understood only to well. A She is advising a 16-year-old girl Each area in this scenic triumvirate is now a national park any other collection of right

little later both were divorced, who writes that she "almost. and as such belongs to the people of the United States. These and left arms.Newhouser .

and my mother married Harry. distracted." parks may be counted among the is the best pitcher ia ,
"My father, devoted to me was Floretta Howe of Oregon linesuitb incomparable jewels in the national lag the Weeping Rock and finally baseball today. Bob FeOtr it sura
without relatives and had to travela treasure-to be enjoyed by us today th* Temple of Sinawa.
her mother and stepfather, [ to have a good year. Bat he isn't
lot in connection with war supplies WhORl she calls "Harry." This and to be held in trust for the benefitof This mystical amphitheater is sure to have a great year, as greeta
and I have generations. of Americans yet to completely surrounded
consequently: by stone pitcher as he has been lit the
has violent and
lived since with mother and Harry. man a temper a come. Grand Canyon National parkin rock waOs. The level floor is green past. .
They have twin girls, of whom I am determination to bare his oun northern Arizona is the largest of with trees and in early summer The
Tigers have at least four high-
very food, Patricia and Shirley. way. Besides this be is stingy, demanding the three bright with blossoms. In the centerof grade pitchers who also have strsng
"Dad has married again and lives and a beaij drinker. parks, conNataonal the circle stand two large stone supporting aides. So have the Car
In Alaska; my stepmother is for- Life with him is miserable, Flo- Parks taining 645,- pillars. The larger one is called I dinals.
eign-born, intensely nervous and recta complains. f'f1h I 000 acres. the altar and the smaller one is
jealous, and there are difficulties for She has a chance to a Zion National known: as the pulpit. The visitor I Durable IFurlers
all three of us when I live with marry In a Series park in Utahis instinctively listens for the sermon
them. friend of ber father's, a kind, second in and waits for the sacrifice. The ear- When Red Monger opened his new

"Mother and Harry have quar- well-off man, ubo lives nearby I size with 94,- ly pioneers deeply religious Mor season, with a well-pitched pawner
retted continually almost from the This friend is a widower, 48 years 000 acres and Bryce Canyon National mons, were so impressed by the you could almost hear Eddie Dyer's
l '! first; he is a hot-tempered man. and old, while Floretta is approaching I park, also in Utah is the smallest solemnity of the scene that they sigh of relief drift in from the ra
can never be crossed even in the 17. She likes his little girls. The with 36.000 acres. In 1946 more than named the canyon "little Zion." ;I west. For Munger, over 6 feet
slightest particular without makinga comfortable bouse, the servants I 825.000 people visited these parks. I weighing 200 pounds, is the type that
scene. There are scenes at breakfast : and other advantages of wealth I Grand canyon is 297 miles in THESE THREE national parks I can work in 35 or 40 games. He
length a mile deep and in some is also the type that might win lS.i .
and at dinner: and all day Sun- would all be hers I are readily accessible by paved I
;Jay. If a door is open or if it is as well as release places 18 miles wide. Mighty mountains highways but the roads on the north i This means that such slender and
shot if the twins make any noise. from the painful present I rising thousands of feet from side of Grand canyon are closed by somewhat fragile workmen as Pol-
x if mother sends them upstairs to situation if she would accept I the depths of the gorge are dwarfedby I snow from October 15 to May 15. let Brecheen and Dickson can get
proposal of Miss "\ the enormous proportions of this : al} the rest they need.
prevent noise it is all one to Harry marriage. < fWtis I Accommodations of all types including ,
he raves and shouts-and in the evenings advises ber to take this step t titanic trough. From the rim of hotels, lodges cabin camps It Is quite possible that, with fee

drinks, until there is no home and gain what security and happiNess the canyon the visitor may look and cafeterias, are found on the addition of Allie Reynolds and the
spirit or at an. down on the summits of these moontains. I showing of young Johnson the
peace I she can at once. south rim of Grand canyon. Lodgesand
woman for Wave on wave they reach Yankees' staff will be the
"If any comes in a cabin camps also are availableat i; pitching
few minutes to see mother he is II to the hor'zon. garnet, purple, topaz the north rim and in both Zion : strongest section of the squad. If
like a child interrupting and distracting den is only a block away. He sees like a stormy sea on fire. And a and Bryce. Free campsites for ; they are to get anywhere it with
her. and is always angry me every day but mother suspects I thousand feet down real storm motorists bringing their own equipment j I have to come through with better
afterward. He is stingy with money nothing and I am afraid it would I clouds may lash these mountains are maintained in all of the : than average pitching.
but wants a good table and to have break her heart. She is gentle and I lightning may sparkle and thunder parks by National Park service. i As far back as 1906. the White
lovely and only wants to reverberate from wall to wall
her and the children looking well all everyone may
Sox known the Hitless
l as Wonders
be Excellent paved highways within
happy. while above the shines in
the time. I am dependent upon him r I sun a the parks make it possible for all proved what good pitching could
and although I do work hard as I, This letter cloudless sky. travelers without physical exertion, do. Their team batting average was
is signed
none, bed-maker cook, dishwasher "tearfully, .228. Yet. Ed Walsh Nick Akroek
I i ,
to of the
Floretta. see many principal wonders
and all the rest of it. he reminds meat And to Floretta I say in BRYCE CANYON presents a and Doc White carried the team to
of each For hardier
park. persons
answer, that I have her prob- sharp contrast to Grand .
to him almost every given ,
my obligation and then to wort
a a
tern there are miles of foot trails
some thought and my definite Here the visitor enters a
day. advice is for her to of white red and canYOD.1 and the adventurously inclined may series victory over the powedid
Barney i pink
mother desperate a
"My was so
Cubs. The White Sox. starting Item
+ explore more distantly on
stay on in her mother's house for low a land of minarets and
she told of a
few months that me
ago back. It is possible to cross on j last or near last place, won 19
or two then break land of castles and cathedral
the a
her to divorce him. We said news I
plan and foot, by mule or horse from the straight in their flag drive. Pitch
move to her domes
new home. a dreamland of goblins and
w* would open a boarding house, a south rim to the north rim of Grand ing did it.
Happy rwsifcHHtes. grotesque shapes. There are 30
school anything. rather than go on but this trip and all trips In 1914 Tyler and James
canyon Rudolph
I tell I
this But cold last you this. Floretta. for several! miles of pink cliffs carved and sculp
way. a severe down into the should be taken
The canyon pitched the Braves last place
combined of with fatigue reasons. main cne is that nobody j tured.
F winter course -
only by in excellent physical to the and then four-
persons pennant, a
and nervous pressure. resulted is doing particularly; well as I The main amphitheater three
m rheumatism which has made things are now. With a lovely home miles long and about two miles condition. : game sweep in the big series.In .
her almost helpless. She does what I only a few minutes walk away wide, is crammed with fantastic figures In each park. rangernaturalistsgive each ease you'll notice that
she can. from her chair; I do all Ione you can see your mother daily. You and kaleidoscopic color. Trails frequent talks, and in the eve- three pitchers did most of the work.
and the rest simply doesn't can come in with flowers a bowl of lead to such places as Sunrise nings they conduct entertaining programs Few pitchers today get half enough

get! done so that Harry is in a stateof berries a new book. You can carry Point, Fairy Castle Queens Garden, I around the campfires. work. A good pitcher should be

fury most of the time.A off the small half-sisters for long Peek-a-boo Canyon and Silent City. ---u,. worked every fourth day, to keep
Marriage Offer. afternoons of play at Barney's his condition and build up his con

"Meanwhile a college friend of house. You can do infinitely more AGAIN IN SHARP contrast. Zion it trol.

my father, 48, well-fixed, and always good to these three than you can as I canyon is like a vast cathedral. The : Credit for Connie Mack's star
Mice a kindly uncle to me. has lost the drudge and dependent of an undisciplined i dome of heaven seems to rest on teams of some 40 years ago was

'his wife has a boy of 10, and wants tyrant of a man. its sheer stone walls. Considered by : always: given to his brilliant mneU.Fd .
roe to marry him. His devotion is Harry meanwhile will have to find many people the most satisfvm of ;'$, give even greater credit. Bead!
unquestioned, and I do love little some sort of servant for your moth all national parks, Zion. by the '''.' er. Plank and Coombs three of
PHe. Barney has two good servants er. He will growl and criticize splendor of its scene invariably baseball's best. His infield wasn't
in his house as well as a cousin her less than ne did you. He won't commands silence from all W-H great enough to protect an only
bill ate, who is his office nurse and dare antagonize and anger her. ter. Approaching by Mount Carmel average pitching staff.
Pete has lunch at school so that You will be the dignified and 1 highway the first view is t n .' n
my duties would not be hard. ]I believe truly and completely hapPY. I the wall of the canyon through: u endows Worked 45 Games
received father's willing little wife of a wiser and kinder in the highway tunnel From
have my
AD need, to discover what
whom the south the visitor enters along you
man. in both
ceauent to marriage and while. your parentstrust 'I
tJ'! of good pitching
the course of Virgin river power m-.
the pas.ngbetween
en my side it would not he a girl'sMewi outside you can doa
to look world
is through past Hfiearect
the hue rock tiled
of love yet I do want thousands helpful things foryour masses r
young and what
the East and the West >r.s: see happened 10
fecvrity, peace, the pride of being mother" that you cannot dc i Temples. r. Ty Cobb Hans Wagner and many
wanted and filing a place in some now. Once inside these gates, the other stars up through Ted WQltema
one's home and heart that I think I i There 's another consideration, i traveler stands in a level valley and Stan MusiaL Giant pitchers
I could promise that Barney never Your mother took a lover when you : enclosed by almost perpendicular held even the mighty Babe to a markof
would be sorry. were small and sensitive and could walls which rise more than 118 in one world series.
"Barney has been '{;ncle Barn' I be deeply hurt by it She separated : half a mile above bun. Side
and his cousin 'Aunt Phyllis' ever you from your father and broke canyons cut these walls into tremendous rt Most of the great pitchers of baseball
up: blocks which rise those with the stronger arms,
since my babyhood; they want me, your home That yon have
and God knows I want to go to them. mauve:: sweet and considerate rei,i from a blocd: red base, changingto could work through 45 or 50 gamesa
reddish brown and, two thirdsup year This list includes Cy Young,
Bat there is mother and the three- der the circumstances is far un-I
to gleaming white, tinted Matty, Johnson, Alexander, Walsh
year-old twins. Will you advise an to your credit than hen. She ,
almost distracted girl as to what M wrecked your life without much conI I with buffs, grays and reds. Chesbro Dean.Feller, Newbouser and

right? I will be 17 in September.I don't dare even broach the plan sane marriage gives yon a protec monumental valley he passes the VERITABLE FAIRYLAND The tendency today is to lift a
ta mother, much lees peck my tor, a home, affectionate ramnanton. Sentinel the Mountain of the Sun Fantastic figures and kaleidoscopic pitcher the moment he begins tI .
things and kiss her awl the little ship MIl may easily lead U a deep, the Court cf the Patriarchs the color prevail in Bryce Canyon I; wobble a trifle. This Is often a neeesiary -

girls good-by. Barney's....., a t rut nwrM tot*. Mr beat wisfee Great White Throne, Angels Land ;+ National park In I'tah. I move. But it doesn't help
lovely old-faehiomed place in a gar- with )011.iJ' the pitcher's confidence nor bring
,t him th., w.rk fc a m..A.


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fLCREE : Q j old toothbrush handle :s an Soak table linens to be laua f

1Q s >: excellent: means for opening up dereD clear cool water betee i
r. .. ..., 1P.pe.. t:...... t. .:' ,: ..... .4'" x running a cord through a placing them in hot suds. The :
: ) lurched hem. 1 cool water will help remove stains
m J S
i ,1. before hot water sets them.

E STONE was hurrying. .t ; Have several rued holders -eon -
fci tN"
EZr.A .
an Alcinch Family" -- ;.: "Y: '':,, ._,yy-,,' .,.4..q. ..,t hand as well as square ones. Your ices w o't stick if it's ran

rehearsal when he noticed a Summer I These are very handy for removing -I: over salt that is sprinkled ox a

vaguely: familiar looking man j WeddingsWill LYNN CHAMBERS' MENUS pies and puddings from the : paper towel.

peering at the i. ''ock-long line Be Incentive I oven as there are no corners to'e-

of people waitin to buy tick- For Sliced Cold Roast: Chicken i' drop into the food and make the !| it's all right to leave elotui

ets at the Music L 11. He was Many Parties Potato Salad Vegetable Salad I bolder sticky. canned goods in the origi III1e ..

,!:, :r.del Curtiz, whom: Ezra hack t Whole Wheat Muffins ; cans m the refrigerator far a tIIIItt
goof. s.r.ce Curtiz directed the rr.ov.ere7 Beverage la buying Csh. select the ones : period. Bat cover the cast t. fa*
with bright bulging eyes if you > vent absorption of ether sswats
>.-7. <->f "This Is the Army. Berry Pie a la Mode
nih.i.:. Ezra staged on Broadway.Curt : Recipe given. want tasty ones. land odors.
"'- :
c.r.rrtrtec. in fancy d'dt: !.

f garnish, and additional sIiveNd NEEDLEWORK PATTERNS 1

,yam strawberries, if desired.

1 Handmade Rugs Are Lovely j

ANOTHER EASY but satisfying '

answer to the refreshment problem j Cool! Wing-Sleeved Nightdress j
is a salad served with homemade i ir ,

1i 1i i ot-f:om-the-oven muffins that take : -- -

just a few minutes to bate. But i
i ,
first consider the salad mad with

easy-to-use canned shrimp: jjx

1 I
Shrimp and Aveeaaa Salad ....

(Serves C)

2 taMespeeas ptaia gdatsaIVi }arti *
caps cold water Vr

1% tips bofflag water 1A
For a simple bridal shower refreshment 1

a punch bowl with H cup sugar ,, 'r',;
floating orange slices and slivered 1 teaspoon salt a L' dtr. +
EZRA STONE li leBoa *
cup juice
strawberries makes a pretty pie-

t' .".:> n !st v YorK wood; peopleget tore. Serve this with cake or 2 ripe avocados
H cup chopped celery
up a* ten IT. the morning to
1 No. 1 can shrimp j r
- stand .:: L.-e to see a picture-and, Mayonnaise '
looking sadly at "The Egg and r- Bridal days are once more with

sign added "And it eesn't even my ; us. and there's hardly any circleof Soften gelatin in Vj cup cold water

": peecture!" Incidentally, Stone can i friends where at least one wed for 5 minutes. Add boiling water t& L _
ding does cot take place. A good
have with with aDd
a supervisory post a. maL sugar -
friend of the bride the 5376
jar network if he wants it. usually gives salt and mix unI,
I. honored girl a shower and it is .
". --.- til dissolved. Add

Larry Parks, who makes a gag with concerned.such pleasant doings that we I' ,. remaining cold *11.Y .
personal appearance in "My Awful i ,, >' water aDd lemon (
It- tribe." playing a movie star actually | Whether it's a lingerie kitchen or juice and mix t

i. sings in the picture. "The f fJabon personal shower the theme o! the I thoroughly.: Ar-

Story" star joins Lucille j party refresh- range about % of the shrimp in the i'Tr

:. Ball Franchot Tone Edward Everett i :'\ meets should be bottom of a 1 quart ring mold which q
Horton and several hundred damtmess. If you I has been rinsed in cold water. (Reserve -

f .(her flhn players in rendering "For | can carry out the remaining shrimp for filling >

f: He's a Jolly Good Fellow"-so don't j e theme with a centerpiece I Cover shrimp with *i cup of the

count on knowing how Park's voice ; of bride clear gelatin mixture and chill until y
and bridegroom firm. Chill remaining gelatin until rF
sounds when raised in song. H {
t, --IE-: well and good thickened. Peel and mash 1 avocado ..----

-= Rudy Wissler. who was Al Jol- but it isn't neces and fold into slightly thickened I
sary. Use your gelatin mixture. Peel and dice other
: } .. voice as a young boy in The
z l-g- Jalson Story" sings as himself in a '! daintiest linen and fresh fragile avocado and add to mixture withceJe.ry. C 5138
flowers and your table is bound to Pour over jellied shrimp
11t'l sew picture he's soloist with the ; Butterfly Nightie
i, }.: at Luke's Boy's Choir, which will I be pretty. and chill until firm. Unmold on 5 296 WPinwheel DFJJGHTFULLY /;
cool nightie
be lien and beard in RKO's "Fight-:i Pastel color combinations in table crisp greens and place Shrimp Filling A
: I settings and refreshments are highly in center. Serve with saajvnSfcrinp '. for summer mghts. Pretty
ing Father Dunne. J
for too. Use
enough a trousseau
favored as they carry oat the
; \ a dainty flower sprigged fabric and
: theme cf the occasion. Food how-
r "Senator Ford producer-mater Fatter.Renaistag trim with two-inch lace banding at
and a star of "Can Yon Top This" j ever, need not be elaborate. because the neck self-material or embroidered
"q the girls probably will be too excited H can of shrimp ....--" -
has finished six-month of ;
a survey ; ruffling for the "butterfly"sleeves.
1 cap diced cucumber
to eat much. Do however, make ;
o; 0 the jokes submitted to the program ; everything' delectable, and you will lj cup diced celery and Square Rugs The appliqued bow-taet:
by the listening audience. It shows j can be of lace or ribbon-
Salt and
rewarded for efforts. pepper arc a -
be well you
. that most of the jokes that got the your \\THETHER .
t best laughs were submitted by Combine ingrei:: rrr.n seasonto or a knitting fan. you can i To oMaB complete cutting instroctfcnappttow
use your skill to make some lovely pattern. 'nnmcB ftr
wHlen. Now he'd like to know why, taste P ace ier.U r f Comp Co the BHtterfty = (Pstm Jfe.5I3B .
if women have a keener sense of A SIMPLE afternoon fr evening a\ ocadc *\\r.gCombiDe rugs for your home. At top 1 ) send :X cents in coin. rowaddreu rinse.
the round pinwheel rug is crocheted and pattern Dumber
baaMr than men there aren't mere party might consist of a light de-
of four balls of
' just rug
' pe "Monal female gagsters. lectable cake and punch as follows SEWING n)nE: NEEDLEWORKSM
rMGM's yam. Below the knitted rug is a, i : taoUl west St. c.kaJe r. UL
Whipped Cream Angel Food. yard square and so easy to do. Enclose 30 cents for Patten.ATGRMERS .
. star "Lassie, becomesthe ,
a N
: first dog star in radio when 1 cup whipping cream Feseyiele anheeec 1BSttnctiams for
""'!'be Lassie Show' makes its debut 3 egg whites t Pinwb.l Rag .P.Uil. UN' sad NameMdcoca
*i water 1 knitttB lu'lM'liMil SW Uw Square
to an ABC in June. Using a Hollywood cup r a }{.; Pattern Ho. 9SH) send. 30 cents tn
r: ; radio cast in the dramatizations, 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 ,." for Mk panm. y.. --. Address i
lassie" win each 2 cups floor aa patten puiabn. iI
1. appear on program -
.- with bar trainer. Rudd Weath- 1V4 cops sugar I iI

ecwaz -4- i I 3 H teaspoons teaspoon salt baking powder O.lJ.l.iqllll Jsllow I I -? ;; !

When Brian Doatery feD wounded I Whip cream until stiff. : at t'ev BIG COLD
The welfare committee of ,
c after warming a gun duel with Bin whites .until stiff and combine carefairy. :: -
.eo dwiD in the Seymour Nebenial : Add water, vanilla and dry xn decided to form a band and Dt1clous Dpj jg

, "Heaven Only Knows" he hit the : ingredients which have been sifted shrimp and avocado t-.ose wishing to jom were in- s titycAS
I structed to fill out a form. Among
spot on the lot where be met his I together at least three times. Bakein for a pretty salad. Make your i
those who did was the blacksmith
>skat movie death 12 years ago, in layers at SW degrees about 30 salad in the morning and save last '
and be was now being interviewed
"Barbary Coast." His performance i minutes or until done. Use the fol- minute flatter when the guests ap
aa a black-shirted killer started him wing filling: pear. Bread and butter sandwiches "1 see you would like to join the

an the way to stardom. I made finger style or whole band and that you would prefer

-t :1 Lemon FBfcng De Laxe. wheat muffins are a good accompaniment a cornet." said the welfare cfRciai. _c _
Fee frequently ask Gabriel i !i cup shortening "Have you aoy particular qualifications
Heatttr where be gets the inspirational 1 cup Sugar e ? .
stories which are dramatized 3 eggs, beaten sligbttyGrated "No." said the blacksmith r ,;t 1 1 I

Sunday nights on his MRS program, ;; rind of 1 lemon YOU'LL FIND these whole wheat I'd like to learn and I could p Jolt .

"A Brighter Tomorrow." He makes 6 tablespoons lemon joke muffins nourishing as well as a.delightful In a good bit of practice.'

no secret ef the source--explains !. teaspoon salt change from other types because "The funny thing is." sad: t!-? ,. -

that small-town newspapers are : Place shortening in pan over hot they're less well known official "that I have forty Da.:1eshere. .

rich in stories with heart appeaL water to soften. enolefbut Maf!iws.Is and you are the only < ne
Heatter often reads as many as 200 Add remaining ,. who wants to play the cornet. AU T. kotd jna loam *9pm aM ...-

e a day both because he's looking for ingredients. Cook '_ : cop all-purpose floor the others have asked for the big tn.-.r1 eomtorutrfr ear. trr! QearsCs setae a3 amaass asy"'sad ds .
material and because he enjoys I 1 tap unsifted whole wheat scar :drum. e rr.rr wW 0TAZX. Ho* a 'msY'pc.dp.sf.
1 over simmering ,....
f teaspoons baking powder fTAZItaby
them. .. at -
; water stirring "Well don't spoil your band for
H teaspoon salttablespoons Accept M sabsU&Mi
The most expensive oat field in I, constantly until C granulated sugar me" said the blacksmith." Give STAZB 1 .n IfT.:
; well thickenedand me a drum as weB! tM l
Ceotary.Fox's 1 egg. well beaten -
tile world will be seen m 20th -
of good; piling
| 1 milktablespoons --- - -
"Bob Son of Battle"; cup
fee studio 29 acres of oats 1 quantity. t melted shorteningor
about 38 miles planted from Hollywood j Cool before using. salad oil I SNAP CRACKLE! ANP TOP! SAY.a9ft

aad paid for four hours of watering i Strawberry Poach. V| cop raisins

daily throughout the California i isummer. (Makes 4 quarts) I t
Mix together dry ingredients
So Los McCallister and 1 quart water Combine remaining ingredients. Add !
Peggy Ann Garner Mill be seen in 34 cop granulated sugar
'' ail at OlIn to the
technicolor against a background of ij cup corn syrup flour mixture, I
Cats that cast about as much as ,; 2 quarts strawberries ,
'I <: stirring not beating
Caviar! j caps chilled orange juice /"i: andvigorously !
i s :. quickly
chilled lem a Juice
1 cup
Richard Webb, his wife and two ale t
y I 1 cops ginger 1'isi: mixed and cf
children think an ideal vacationfaasiaU i 2 thinly sliced oranges or limn _
a lusipy appearj;
of roughing It on a tract of I
JB4 Webb owns not far from Reno. Combine first three ingredients.: __ ar.ee. but no longer j I
Bring to a boil and add the washed, Overstirringvij

strawberries, and boil covered ; make
hulled TOUT
Katherine who has top
DeMffie. a KRISES/Lj
3 minutes Remove and muffins coarse. Fill oiled RICE
- Hajamniin, role in her father's "UneoBBvered for greased or /
," worked on the sets rain through a sieve without 'i rsuSa pans *j fall and bake in a
pressing and chill. Just before! moderately hot (375-degree) oven for
torte ....tbs. During aU that period .
ta ortt tie*eenaI.e .
serving combine with remaining in- 33 minutes. Be surt you fst Aaerlea.
sac formally referred to Director P S
JUte Eshpieat
ItA ud oWl Z.ToWe
Cecil B. as "Mr. DeMifle. gredients using orange slimes for P..set fcr W'. ... ii..saavr ..-

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FIGKF: u_ __ __ _ __GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT H' _;; _;__ '":_ 1D.Y.J.l191_ !

Masonic a* tMF.lit. PtajuMd IB a 1two.story The .."....-.m.-nT. "i rhv ''',td prop- I, July. A. D 15/T. I I \OTICIt OF C(1Nf4FTT1oof *i1)-
Building- vitr und r th. ...t'r "I rft. 'jT' t..uedxas (SEAL) D a WEEKS. LFrTI) MEeri'I\ti 1'oIt 1'1 R"I
eaawret: Mock aM rtuceojbattdtac I ill ,tJ. r. ,m., Iff Frank Matu.u.k.Ip. Clerk Circvit Coart, I I :. : OF iIIt4iit t' IIItJI1iTNK.tu
fifty by dchtjr tact with i ). -a". .:, .,.'I t :..fl..t.. .t.hall b. rr-- I etadp Cwntr Y.nId.. sfMrletlrMI .:
Continued from Page 1) :the lodge hall upstairs and possibly i I ''\III 1. m.,_I. .. ":. ,I,,..u 7P", \..1."f Bred June flI227. Jug 4. I --
the needed building and tin plan rental space touslaii... TU I I TO ALI \\HOJI IT MAY ('(PNCERI4i :
eras enthusiatitxalh e ndor--ed b>' .:n. aplaled is just south of th' !! II i Pur!'_nt to Chapter* .:relating
I' I \O"IICt.I'. .... ,... llwtT.t c>r pluridt .h'hI of 1 41
the group in attendance I City Ball on Coui,> .m KC {) .
A lummittee composed of E. E Vnother meeting will h c lo{>'d < !I Board of t'ommisaieners has .if
I r Drainage
Kelly, D. 0:, Alston and W. C I Tuesday night June 17, at whit !li t IS HEREBY GIVKN That"J budget .hu"lolt the dbt Ev..rl'13i
Owen wasi named to or afifat* tfc|I time the finance and building torn- I! !;,. :It udr, holder uf Ev rKlaH<>8i i qu>r.m..nts uf the District
irmgv District Tax CSettkkateft'ibered year beginning on th.' 1st d"o' of next
holding company and proceed with mittees will report. I' 41 and tt dated the tat I November and ending on the 21t: day
.flan for incorporation. ( ./ I It t i i1111 e 0 tlyrti yrr of June .V, D. ms has tiled saidficales of the, .succeeding October, and 'b twmc
t I in my office and bas I b.tn i>ta fdj on file In tbf
The members preaent i ledged I Iv application for tax tfevd to .- office of the Rati rftatff't the nmlnctt .
l f;.. ..' thO"rND: to acordane with law rinim Cl'; Comeatt Buftdtng Wet
-3U criptiona of $7 Ut tfcf&e :\ ( : ,Iff LM1tON "a I I eertifkatea embrace the follon Palm Rtath Florida. where the .trn"
building and a finance committee T \; I1RHH described property. ulttiatfd in may b* examined this Is tOm notify -
H>ES I-lurMx, I that Hoard will t
Weth 'ounty. tuwit you
of G Small. Louis ,
< mpoeed
i KI, of the SC>. and $S "f the at said place on the. lth day of June.
ingtOB, W. B. Roland. D. F. Wear- NOTICE l> 111'1.1 i i \ II } \\'X, of the Rt1'':. SctK 1:. and V. D. t47. at Itl .t. ro. Eastern Stttifl
r and W. C. Owes wan fataed to J. J 'Vitr. .' 1)lItralnag 1 I-.U of the SB 4 'd S.ctiun If..1.1 1Townthjp Iard I Time of the said day (feeing not.
( i' _,' r .- .mth, Range 3Jn leas than fifteen day front the dit
try and obtain additional pledge n imbt red 2fcg tinted the 7th cia> I ii the 1 of the first publication hereof) fori
i I 1"1\.1. mh' I .\ i' 1"31. has fn..rt' I II. a*_ of ....t4. propertyr the purpose of hearing objectless and
\ building (rommittn was ap- "If', ,I. ,a 111"fr'e' and h.t" m ,., I the said ovrtiffeatrs Issued wa I complaint with respect to said budget
11011.1: l (ompobtd of CV FulltrI .' ,ell' of', ,a, tu' '.' x deed '" I-Ih' th.rri I I I IJ the name of S. P. MITCHKU BOARD>> OF (XM1H8SIOKBR8 OF
I. , ?..' "i \\ t I I..\\ .,..t ,'. I "ti" 88 said certificate shall be rei EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTBv
: E Conklinl'/ V I Pnkle.G'1) r-I I If. f'0 0\\ I A.R S I I i' med according law tax deed I W. D HU..l toek. Twlrraan
: ,, ("";"!nun and I',t." Uu->,y, '" I'' I '.0,1 I 1 \I'I. I ,II I I issue thereon :the nth day of ATTEST;
', : I fly l I U. 194?. By: K. X Thruop Secretary
to inni j' t.l
: I t' pal t
\ '
: 1947
,' .. ad i ,," I "1 r "I I. j jI CAPS, 1 : .:AL) Clerk D. S. WEEKS. I.i 23, st. June C
Circuit Ooart.
________u _u____I I IH LIDS and '. Uladrs County Florida. SUBSCRIPTION PAID1
.1 I.in. fi, U, :o, :.. July 4, IS YOUR ....
'. >_ : '-. "_ =: RubbersINSURE -r \, ; I i

R3 ? JJ..il..ur t "1

HOMOGENIZEDTTAMIN'D'MILK : I T From where I sit-.&/ Joe Marsh

Canning Success 1

\ when you follow 1 ,,

instructions in the Ball
? II How to Go to Sleep
And Other Alfal Products Blue Book. Buy one ot

your grocer's or send
lot with name and

address to: TH.were sitting around Bill Web with his formula: A light nark
iter'i parlor Friday evening and the and a mellow glass of beer at bed
IAU UOTHtU COMPANY talk turned to the best way of over time. Sort of puts yon ia the mood
DRUG STORE MUllcie. ..4....
coming leeplessness. .like breathfor quiet thought and peace of

lag real slow and deep imagining mind. Lets yon relax and "ho
Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and that yon weigh a ton. or simply hum," off to pleasant dreams!

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