Glades County Democrat
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028301/00174
 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 13, 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: UF00028301:00174

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"OLl'I\tHRI.R 7 MOGUL HMO, }"I.OHI D.I1).n \t; l.{, 191T !mPTlm--o PKK TE16I

I I Commercial Fishermen REA GETS e $90,000LOAN Two Convicts Escape I

I Pay Self-imposed Tax TO COYER ALL From Road Camp Site i

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Name New Directors For acted as rtcretary if :und i> 's meeting I Boy Scouts To Go Clewiston City Marshal !

and H. G. Sttrt L..kt'iJvM ; :
Association Here dealer was chorea as chairman pro]j jteems. Toe Rural Electrification \dzma- ;: Camping On MondayThe Catches One After

New directors named were: istration approved Monday an additional -
1 Sundays I BreakVednesday i
W. J. Headry. H. H. Morris and $90Mo grant for the
local troop of Boy Scouts
s -- I Fred Boromei of Okeechobec.: Joe lades Electric Cooperative which : ea.JIIPillg'trip
has planned a for
i : of the Lake Okeechobee Griffin and Fred Sealey of Clewis-I will be used to meet the difference Prison officials at the Citrus 1
I Monday and :Tuesday near Ortoaa
Commercial Fisheries A--.t.... loa; A. A. Bock and H. G. Stewart in costs of material and construction Center camp and law enforcement
I and the group of tome twelve or
at a Bwettag here Sunday afteraooB, of Lakeaort and Jim pthegrore of during the time since the local officers of this section batted .M-0
w fifteen boys will be accompanied by
decided to impose a tax of one ceat Belle Glade. project was set up and for several Wednesday night in a game of hide
I Scoutmaster John A. Moore and his
t a pond oa fjah caught for *le, net The dealers are attempting to items of addttfo&al work in the plant : assistant Lloyd Summers. and seek with two escaped eenvict f

f subject to other taxes, to further set a uniform price for Bah and a costtructtoa. from a road Job two miles east of
The regular weekly meeting will
:, tie work of the wgaaUatioo special stamp will be made for tae The board et directors of REA' be held in the woods and those Ctewiaton. At the last report early
A butt tetroduced and fisheries association which will be Friday morning had
pawed at meeting Monday night accepted the boys studying for advancement from one been
:!! the recent Legislative session by used on all fish shipments as a bid of J B. Chauncey of Kathleen i iFla. second-class to first-class will be captured and returned to the prison I
Rep. W. J. of Okeechobee guard against 1aoot1e gt.g. Further while the other. James
s Hendry << ... for clearing right-of-way in : taught Booking and nature stndy. camp Henry
i imposes a tax of oae cent a poundon discussion in this regard will take Section "C" for $9. per im-foot Smith was reported still at large.

-on all bream and crappie taken in place a.t. meeting of dealers in unit and received the report from According to Highway Patrolman

::1 1 eelns. this tax to go to the Depart- Okeechobee this coming Sunday at Washington that the bid of the Irby I A. W. Miller who Joined the searchin

ment Of Conservation to provide two o'clock. Contraction Company of Jack, BENBOW\ ROAD MAYBE its early stage, the two men were

It F this board with sufficient funds to Most fishing rigs are expectingto ton Miss., had been accepted: for inn of a gang clearing brash at the

Ii f properly enforce the, .regulations OB return to the Lake on Monday.June the construction of lines in this sec 'FORBIDSDURING roadside. The pair made their bid

1; Lake Okeechobee. 1CCARGO, tion In southern Highlands County for freedom ia a dash Into heavy

ti Such a tax had already been + 'The Irby contracts are now being undergrowth at about two o'clock

Suggested by the fisheries group prepared for final signatures after AUGUST, Wednesday afternoon.

'l I. with which te have a survey made UNDAMAGED 'I which a work order may be issued Patrolman Miller, Clewiston city

;; of the lake fishing by noted marine but the construction work will police and county officials joined

: biologists.> The passage of the Hen- necessarily have to await the awardof J. E. Friction, chairman of the in the chase. The first of the pair

dry law leaves only a tax on catfish WHEN FIRE DOES the contract for right-of-way board of county commissioners, was was apprehended by Chief of Police

and such other scale fish which are clearing. told by Division Engineer Turnbull J. S. Taylor two miles east of the

not Inelnded in his bill such as,I The board also passed a resolu- of the State Road Department is scene of the break as he fled along

ct&ap-knockers, war-month Pt'rch'i DAMAGE TO TRUCKA tion of appreciation to REA for Lakeland Monday Oat the surfacing a dike near the road, but the second
of Road No.: 720 the old C1ew-
att. giving the services of Kirkman. convict was still at large at

R. K. Bell of }Miami who has Lynch and Allison. REA district iston road through Benbow and last report.
big semi-trailer burned on the Liberty Point, would be
officials in the probably
setting -
acted U attorney for the fisheries I. up cooperstire Smith serving five years for larceny
25 25 miles here. The in advertised for bids in August.
highway Tuesday noon board set out
group daring the past) year of legal is described a* being five feet
i effort to overcome the ban placed northwest of Moore Haven demolishing i. the resolution that had leas experienced This piece of road was Included seven inches tall weighing 11 t

on lake fishing by the State Game the traier unit completely .1 men been seat here that in the 194 budget but comes under pounds At the time of hU dash
tM sight not be well the federal farm-to-market program
and Fresh Water Fish Commission project BOW
bat doing ao damage to the be was dressed In prison garb eat
i along toward completion. All threeof for which the federal appropriation
have discarded his shirt fn
may aneffort
tractor or the cargo. these officials were let off fat is made the first of July.
to conceal the fact he
Conference Returns No one sums able to explain how the recent economy move which left This said state road .officials is the was
t wearing easily identified prison
only a few district officials in reason no action has been previously
the accident occurred The truck I very clothing.He .
Bozeman Clewiston
t office over the country taken.
was owned by James Lynn of Birmingham. -
Mr Frierson was in Lakeland for has a distinctive scar on his
Methodist MinisterThe Ala. Shortly before it face which will make hts"identlZI.
the purpose of obtaining a slight
burned it was being: driven by Carl- Mrs. Klutts Installs
: change of plan to Include two cattle cation eary. ;,
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ton Adkias, 29, of Birmingham, and
)Methodist Conference of I t was en route' to Pert Lauderdale. I Woman's Club OfficersAt guards aoroMlbe new highwaythrough A late report from th &searchin*

Elde4be't .,at theEks -. partiesjsaid that Smith -ace belieTt4-
Florida In
making the assignment
\ Three and a halt miles north .f : Meeting Thursday Minnow ..&11. 'bas.',Mtmms-agreed- biding nfrthi "OsceoiaCroves,*lx
asters to various churches -
ojjj the the Highland C9aaty Sloe on Route the miles C1ewi i
t the of to donate right-of..aJ.proTldIDg east of .n. The hunt
at conclusion the session
25. a lire on the fear of the trailer I constructed and concentrated
Klotts cattle guards were at that point but a
In $t. Petersburg Sunday, returned burst The truck heavily laden, Mrs c. C. past presidentof
this the county some close patrol was also maintained Ia
Rev. W. Scott Bozeman as minister bucked and lunged wildly but Ad- of Moore Haven Woman's Club
Mr Turnbnll agreed to the Clewiston as it was believedthe
of the Moore Haven and Clew- kins managed to steer it safely off acted as Installing officer for the guard construction. lead at the Groves have
iston churches for the third year the highway, bursting a second tire new officers of the club at the meeting -
been a false and that Smith
Another of road construction -
There was little doubt that the in the effort. When he leaped yesterday afternoon at theclubhouse. \
I which will likely be advertised had circled his pursuers, and returned
local minister would be returnedfor the cab he found the two rear tires
to toW11.lIeeting .
is the road from
the request was unanimous from smoking and applied his fire ex-: Old members were CiTe cards soon I,

the officers of both churches red tinguisher to them both. He later I I' oa the treat of which appeared the Harrisburg to LaBette, most of '
which is IB Glades Ceaaty. This Held
at the last session of district conference told the investigating officer he was letters of "This Club" and from thebark

la Moore Haves a few weeks sure the fire was out when he left.I of which each read a verve road provides a way from Road 25 Discuss
i the lower West Coast SetUpOf
. ago the district superintendent. Rev.O. Then he unhooked the tractor appropriate to the occasion MrsKlutts to
Rep. J. H. Peeples put
Altoa Murphy Rave his aararaace unit and drove it to Clewiston wherehe made a very excellent talkto Polio Center
through a local bill at the recent
that this request would be coat- telephoned" to Miami tOT new the new officer after which she I
session giving the main
plied wtUL tires While waiting for them to had Mrs Gladys Stalls pin corsages Legislative
street of Moore Haven a State Road Marion T Jeffries, represe.aefor 1
! Members of the local tit..... at arrive he was accosted by Patrolman on each one. These corsages were eastward
: Fellowship Dinners held two weeks A. W. Millar, of the Florida made by Mrs. Klutts from flowers designation from the highway southern Florida for die National -
I' to Canal Drive aad
,r ago pledged more than doabta' the State Highway Patrol. Patrolman from her own garden and the several along the Caaal Drive to the highway Foundation for lateatBeParalysis

amount of money asked to mat a Miller asked him if he knew he bad baskets of cut flowers which intersection at tae bridge it II I I DC'., and Mrs. Rain S.

;Ute budget sad the remainder broken the law kf Mt reportinga I added further to the decorations is not likely that any work can be McQueeaey. executive: secretary for

raised will go into a fund for tae highway accident in exeeee of were also furnished by her. This the new treatment center ta West
expected before next year. I
purchase or building of a church JSO dama.e. I Mrs L. E. Farnam presided at I I work will probably await inclusion I Palm Beach met yesterday after-

parsonage. "But I only had a couple of blow I the meeting until the officers were la the UU budget and for the accumulation noon with officials of the Glades

outs" saM Adkta installed when she reltaquieaed the of more gas tax funds County Chapter In the offices of

Two Laws Passed 'Blow-oats nothing," reefed chair t* Ute new preside Mrs. w. to Glades County Present funds l Attorney J. )I. Conse to discuss the

Miller. "Your track horned up." F. Mailer Other new ffscers are are virtually exhausted by the work t set-up of the new treatment center.

By Hendry Affect AakiSM quickly cmvtoced the patrolman Mrs. Frances Hardy, first vicepresident underway and proposed for the remainder This isolation ward and treat
he knew noting about the who is away oa vacation of the year went center has been set up at SL

Fishing On LakeTwo fire, which must have occurred after I sad was not able to be present for I Mary's Hospital ia West Palm Beat

ha hj Wt ik.. trailer______ -at- the--- road- installation: Mrs W B. Irby. second Cake Walk and Band fer the eight counties: affected

Mate iBtroduced by Represeatatlve atte No charges were brought vice-presMeat.; Mrs. Frederick I I' Glades Hendry Brevard. Indian

: W J. Headry of Okee against him. He remained ianewtatoB Probst recording secretary Mrs Concert To Be In Rivet Martia. Ob hotlee. Palm

+ choke and passed by both hexes until the arrival of a new Harry Foster corresponding secretary I, Beech and St. Lucte. For the par-

of the 1141 Legislative session affect trailer to which the load on the and Mrs J. H. Dilley. treasurer Park Saturday NightThe I I chase et equipment aad for maintenance -

commercial fishing on Lake demolished trailer was transferred. Mrs. Fred Flanders made a talk of tMs cettter tor the first

Okeechobee. Damage to the track was estimatedat I of appreciattoa to the 0IIt..... officers newly nixed" band sponsoring =:I year the county chapters were assessed i i

Oa of these. House Bill 1199. $3.... by the driver. Damage for their work ta ieoqa.in ...- group will hold a cake walkin eight refits per capita. QUdescoaaty's ;

place a caat a pound tax oa all to the load however, :was ao light Ute club the park area across from the!I coetriWtWn being $182.44.

cafe fish (bream and raapJe) and as to not be worth me tiaabL It Mrs. D. C. Gorman and Mrs. business section Saturday night at For subsequent operation the east

the msmay goes to the Coaeervatioa I was a load of steel for a coaatrucI -I Jams Lee were hostesses and served 7-39 it was announced Wednesdayby I it expected to be about half this I

Dtpartataat to help provide I ttoa job In Fort Lauderdale II delicious homemade cake and Mrs H. C. Keenan president of! amount or four cents per capita.

effective aafareement of the commercial I'I' Fire Department I II cookies and fruit punch to Mrs the group I Alt"oacla.U who mar eftaxraet

tUMac laws oa the Lake I I Faraam. Mrs. Klutts, Mrs. MuOer. The committee in charge is trying -I the! disease, regardless of rate, eai-

RoaM MB 11Upt'd, j To Organize AtTuesday Mrs Irby. Mrs Probat. Mrs Foster. to oktata as many cakes: as possible I or or creed will be eared far at the

Mr Iliadij says, to strengthen the i I Mrs. Dilley, Mrs. Flanders. Mrs. C. for the occasion and those who I teeter, those who are fteaactaVy

law ertastiaattac peaaltlen pawed :' Meeting R Settle. Miss Bertha Gram Mrs will bake a cake and donate it : able are expected to carry at leasta

earlier la tae session which permitted -: J. M {'.o.... Mrs. R. D. Lyoas Mrs. should deliver It as far ahead of the ; portion of the expense bad

tae commercial fishermento The city rommiseioa. at its next J C. Swiadall. Mrs. W. L. Bellamy, scheduled hoar as possible to Mrs

retara to Lake Okeecbobee ana I regular meeting next Tuesday night I Mrs Stalls. Mrs. E. H. Boy.... Mrs. M. A. Simmers or Mrs. L. D. Carr Bible School To i.I Ii

the 3t Johns River It mentions't Ward Roberts.. a ,... .... Te removal of sugar rationing
sad declarer has again invited an of those at midnight should. make Itmock i
gale and transporting 'I' George Stargfe Tuesday Continue For <
that eemto taws do not apply. It dents who are Interested ia organising easier to obtain the needed 1' It

also aitMs that all !**h sold a volunteer fire department School LunchroomGets cakes AnotherVeek... .

meet clear through a licensed fish to meet with them and work out apia. Prior to the cake walk a concert 'I 1 i

tee and that a catch record ant for sack an ..eanlzattoa.I More FundsT.LL.HAS5EE will be given ta the park by the The Vacation Bible School which

be keel This b designed toe- school band under the summer has been .underway the Methodist I
This had been loped for at the of James Woodward. I
Tent boecleggrBgMr leadership
I I Church since last Monday will con
Hendry estimate that the first meeting of the commission oa I The Glades Everyone ta urged to participate tlth"h next week,-It was announced I

tax win raise about iis,** annually June J but the expected attendance county board of public tastraetion IB the fun fet' all proceeds win go Wednesday by Rev. W. 3.Bosesan. I
based e* put CSCB records. i failed to matertartse. Many had will receive the sum of SMC*4 as Into the band fund
forgotten the meeting er found it relmlMl1'wmt for chest ImnchrooB
adequate **-
M permit I
wbieh and make em ereialtfehiog I impossible to come at that ties and equipment ex..lt.ree..ot HIGH HONOR C.RDrTE The school is being attended bya

pension thrawftoat thestate It te hoped that there win be s good Mpertete4et Celia Ka ne hasanawraeed Dan Beardsfey, veteran of World large group of children, including

more popular I' atteadaace at this oseetiag.JV9T ia Tallahassee. War IL and son of Mr. and Mrs.J. many of other denominations.Since .

Eagtteh saM that the cheek rwpreeeatfag E. Beardaley of dewieton was I these schools regardless of
Caate of bath these else Brim are where oa!I -A KEMINDSR paymiat for one data oae of 15 high honor graduates at i iI the church in which they are held

tile at the M Dmnerat examined by anyone ,, Have you paid your pledge for:! filed would be received by the I,I the University of FlorfcH. Gaines- are nen-denomlnational all children j

they may the swimming pool fund! county board this week nlle. Monday night ; are urged to rarttd at..

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... Kathleen Norris Says : \JOTHING in the w
take the place of
1 :."" will not
c-ce. Talent
: The Old Lady of the Family more common than

,t'sful men with
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lieU Syuctt".t.wst.: Feat"yea : .: ; Coolidge.
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-ets is reputation.
Necessity is the afP

.} ,: I y rants; it is the ;
lans\1IHam Frit.
ti JS'l t: .'o\.: ;. .:..- .+ I \ good cry is like

J 'q-'w .., ,; ; {!1! 'k: ..L: I Sur heart back to the clean I
r setting it
:) I TOUCH OF OLD WEST Shaggy bcffaloes provide a reminder of .

'V 4' ; the Old West for visitors at Wind Cave N"t. sal r_.'k in South: rODe

J : of three parks embracing the nations my ,if nous cave :. d. Circus Performer

MECCA FOR TRAVELERS Pants, 50 We have :

Circus tights were

of 128 by Nelson Rower, a
Mysteries UndergroundWorld
rider. In those days

I Beckon Adventurous[ formers of a short wore jacket costumes knee

I and stockings, but Nelson
VrXfJ Features. i costume was accidentally

Caves have fascinated min from the dawn of antiquity tc : He realized he had

the present day. Stories of them abound in history folklore and wear just a few
time for his act.
it was
mj tholejy, yet these mysterious underground worlds still beckon cue came Hower

the adventurous and the weird scenes to be discovered there fire I arena wearing his long

maginations. : derwear-and circus
Three great care systems in the United States have been invented

established as national parks Mammoth cave IB Kentucky, I

Carlsbad caverns in New Mexico and Wind cave in South

"I berg are M Udus u>o *rt unmtttftlea' pest!, .d Shire ttt tU I<*aV* crib Jakota In IMS these three national t--- n-3

art tnftls, ttUmt ** *U the gaps tn the younBy bONuiW. parks were visited by more than tan. The descent from toe natural
half a million people. entrance to the 750 foot level l is !
KATHLEEN NORRIS Mammoth cave has been world made via the Green' Lake Room
FITTING IN famous for more than a century. It the King's Palace tbe Gwen<

GRACEFULLYThe i is believed to Chamber and the Papoose Roan'After
T F YOU are the old lady of the
hab I! e n lunch in the underground raf
I family, stop now and then National Parks discovered in I alerts comes the main event a tc u;
1 and take stock of yourself. old lady who must bee
1799 by a pioneer of the "Buj Room. This tree AT LEADING
Ask yourself what you are doing uttb her groun children u oftenin SiIth named claus chamber is about 4.000 te'long '

that annoys the family, or a tad positMn. She feels use In a Series Houchin whofollowed 500 feet Wide and 300 feet f.., HARDWARE.

any member of it, and helps less, in the way, and out of step a floor to ceiling In this room rrj." -
make trouble. l woundedbear city skyscrapers would seem s*" .. ; '
with the times. If she is unuett, :BUSHM4N .
into the cave entrance. A few Here one sees the Temple of t
The position of an old lady is .
and liv- she finds it bard to try to be years later salt petre taken from I San and the pagoaa-like stalagi :
dependent her family, WIlL CUT 4
upon A
cheerful, and to do ubat sbe canto the cave was used in the manufacture I called "Rock of Ages The t: r J. -- '"
ing with son or daughter is an extremely .
It bound to belp with the housework. Sbe i of gunpowder for American takes about seven hours.
hard oce is lOG iN 4
troops in the War of 1812 and not _
be full of small vexations, humiliations thinks she is entitled 'I "
which the to supportand long after that the great passage MIND CAVE near the Black H -. -
limitations cf .
consideration of her ways because ways and domed chambers of Mammoth in South Dakota a national pa --
crowd doesn't dream They
younger lesser of the long years of care 1: cave became an international since 1903 is much smaller in e\ This amazing
try-to a greater or I
she has ber children mecca for travelers There are galleries tent than either Mammoth cave or found only in
depending upon the type cf people gisec !
on five distinct levels in Mam- I Carlsbad caverns, but it has unusual Saw with the Swedish
they are-to be considerate and gen- On tbe other hand, many old moth cave and during the course of I formations !known as "box Blade. Cuts
but of the time it logs
most justisn't
eroo I
lakes bate a fine lime They are the underground trip the visitor de- work" found in no other caves IT toaicl'j
possible life on at today's and other
: sweeps wise enough to fit in gracftill scends 960 feet to the lowest level the United States. The tour of Wind posts
rapid pace, and Mama just has er and easier:
where the Echo winds its tortuous from
river cave to two hour
to take it, and make the best of it. doing all they can to be useful, : requires one
I way in eternal darkness Echo and the cetera to the surface is' ,
and .
So Mama has real reason to feel making: etery t/Jorlto arotd I
river is probably the most distinctive made by elewakot.An .
aggrieved, and she nurses her trou- annoying those around them. and interesting feature of theca additional interesting feat::re GCNSCO TOOk. '
bles ,and exaggerates them until These uomen are welcome helpers : ,e end a short trip is made on it of Wind Cave National park is a I Ii ac.: ., ....... $It l.

they break out on the surface They with the youngsters, in the \ in a flat-bottomed boat. Strange i large buffalo herd which may b<
break out in sharp and bitter little kitchen, and sewing room. They eyeless fell live in the river. seen from the park road. -
fate at the people, in complaints I .
younger accept the fact that times change, There are now more than 150
in comparisons, in long miles of MAMMOTH CAVE. Carlsbad
and that be done explored passageways in ca\
nothing can to I
sighs and periods of depression, and "
alter Mammoth cave and the visitor is eras and Wind cave are accessible Yodora
all these lower the home average personalities of grown offered a chore of several tours i by paved highways and all have

{ content and serenity. and give sons and daughters -and sons which vary in length from 2ut to 74 j I bus or taxi connections with one c- !
everyone a chance to mutter impa and daughters-in-line hours On the all-day trip one has more railroads. There are no on'rniht checks
tiently. "Oh, it's just Mama again!" Miss Norris gttts some advice lunch at the Snowball Dmmg Room 1! facilities at Carlsbad cavern-

Now, since George and Marjory, to the oU lady who must get 2C7 feet below the surface. An indication J. but there are tourist camps near
wonderful as they are. are not goingto along with people 'much younger. of what one may expect to the park entrance and hotels In perspirationodor
change, and the children can't be All those little habits see is given by the names of some CatKlad, N. )(. A free campsite x
expected to grasp the situation at annoying of the formations in the cave: Bottomless I provided: in Wind Cave National
all it is decidedly up to Mama to like talking too much, recalling Pit Fat Man Misery, park. but the nearest hotels or cabI
be the one to make the concessions.It the past and sighing, complaining Rums of Karnak. Frozen Niagara '' ins will be found in Hot Springs I

isn't fair of course for Mama about pot tr/J, interfering Violet City, Jenny Lmd's Armchair r i S D. At Mammoth Cave National I THE N ;
once was a strong and loving andIII'OIectn'e with tIN discipline of the children and Martha Washington's Statue. i park hotels, cottages and park

) influence in her children's should be avoided. In this Long under private ownership, j transportation are furnished. Here Made with a fact cream hue
lives. ready to sacrifice everything way, harmoney can reign, says Mammoth cave became a national J also National Park service has free 11 tehuUji tooihmj to
she had for their benefit .Missorrts, park in 1941 largely through the I campsites and picnic areas i Xo harsh chemicals or
One she was mistress of a handsomer foresight and generosity of the people All three caves are illuminated by aalta. Won't kann akin or

house than Marjory's is: once of the State of Kentucky who modern electric systems: however, Slay soft and creamy, BT
he wa the one to decide and givearaers. "It only Mama wouldn't talk all through personal contributionsmade 1 in the historic section of Mammoth I grainy

and spend moD ). It isn'teasy the time," says a letter now on my possible purchase of the cave 1! cave parties still are guided by the |Try poKb Yodora-/ the ]
for her to agree with Mar- desk "She drives us all wild, and property and its donation to the traditional lanterns and flickering id Cerencc!

jIrJ's ideas, even when Marjory isM yet Dan and I can't shut! her up i federal government. 'I pine torches. There are no elevators':
in Mammoth
own nesh-and-fakttd daughter as we would the children. She's so !' cave and visitors m
h When Marjory is her daughter-m good, and we both do love her, :, CARLSBAD CAVERNS was proclaimed ,, poor physical condition should r, t -
law instead, of course, it is ten times but her voice never stops! -she describes I a national monument in descend to the level of Echo river iwea.r7q tt
harder everything she is doing i 1923 and given national park status as the climb to the surface is steep
whether in 1930 Probably its earliest explorer I> All trips in the care are conducted
it's dusting the stair rails
Forget o..pubonl, Ju tke
or trying for a telephone number." I was Jim White, a cowboy i! by National P irk service guides ,iow.,,
But just the same if Mama wants who entered it in 1901 Seeing a 1 and rangers.
to win for herself a happy old Amoving Traits. dark moving column issuing from

age. now is the tame for her to abandon "Mother always elects to take a i the top cf a mountain. White investigated w.car..caw,
all thoughts of comparison, all bath right after dinner, and we tune I and found a natural opening
resentful memories rf the past all only one bathroom" complains an- : in the earth which led him down to So-Called

serer of justice, indeed. Now is the other letter "My husband's mother I the caverns The dark, smokelike
time lor her to study every member differs with him politically" says I column proved to be alive a move Kidney

of the family and every event a third. "Dinner times are simply ing stream of bats from down in the
of the domestic day, and trunk how I dreadful when Oliver is tired, and darkness of the caves This spec- WATCH !

site can make herself more quietly his mother breaks out with criticisms tacular flight of bats may be seen .D.<*"b. .QI. >MbKUel,..,tK
awful, sympathetic. loving. This is of his favorite candidate or every afternoon at dusk during the r U.e.dale, s.+ c--: readt!of TWy
a hard ruling but Marjory will come I some detail of world affairs" warm months of the year Dee'try M tee mrh trmu<.. !

to it: too. someday and even baby I Mother can't let the children The descent Into Carlsbad udu.eflrS r+timslstany GIft >...-pJL s;sr.ater the .
Marjory, delicious new at three alone" writes. a Los Angeles woman caverns from the natural en- r in* -.dy. CH car 7-

years old may someday find herself "I don't think my brothers andI trance is an unforgettable ex *put"**,(brace\k e..- kp..asr; tn.tp) .r
stterflwius. dependent and alone in were angels twenty years ago perience. From a point well be- :Vb t1s :l ,
the midst of her own pecpte but to hear mother talk you'd thmk i low the surface one may look 41f MORE 4.r, t.ad.unik.PORTANT,

So Mother it that is your poav we were" Mother fights with Paul : bark through the semi-gloom to ?a ad A drmgi tar Facer '
hiss. use your imagwatx and try every time there is a question of see aa endless procession of It11B MONEY DaCl

t. see just how the family regards punishing our boy" one woman people tig tagging downward - -
yw. Check up on yeurcetf There says and another reports, "Mother amid huge boulders and grotesque
are old ladies who are unmitigated is so sensitive that if my husband rock formations. The GIRLS! Wol :
and mentions anyone over forty in arne reminds one of descriptions
pests who keep a house any try this If
shrill with argument and compaahrt critical sense, or speaks of finances, from Dante's "Inferno. you're
And there are old lanes who are or of some older woman who is : Elevators are available forthose
aagels.: filtag in all the gaps m the making a success of anything, there who do not wish to descend !
yawkfer household: there to mend are tears and Mother leaves the table : or ascend en foot.
soafl garments, to put away laundry ." Everything; m Carlsbad caverns 0.ttITAAr DAYS" or
is on a vast scale The rooms are -- -- Do tomato
items to answer telephones to I Ve you doing of these things i monthly
any sac,.
!huge and the stalactites and stalag.mites SCENE FROM i'OtJ (MI ncrroui.
clip into the kitchen! and help: with I or a thousand others that raffle the 'INFERNO' eo wuk aDd uiwt out-t &<
dishes after the party to sit hone currant* There is no harm.at ; are larger than in any other Like a scene from Dante's "inftmo Rhea Co U7 Lydia Eo '
wh the baton at to least known cave. Some of the stalag- ," pant stalagmites tam OonpouM orst lle'i. ..
nigAt. supnrswrk ttanjnag it over and I mites have the shape and size of and Ie a f<iu'
grotesque rock
stsaeit ale of *s> *. --r wrtap! surpnateg tee persons you formations abound iwly nnkhmoii -
... r...wMl* HO the have ar-ws- .tew most' in the warW with asngr I church spues. The dominant colors ;I I in Carlsbad caverns ia New >!?. cusnd uA up ro raisuac aaa:ns; .
in Carlsbad a
ere varyfeg shaves of ico. mi auoix tic
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ii The Question; ; tamed'8, Can: American eag.ei b. r n am e B S GE SCRE .. t0

R..sed w Wasters Newlcoer 1,;_
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: v r".r ac. :.es are ; The Answers
there i- a True of tra.::K* i t s By INEZ GERHARD
tJ 2. Was the Civil war the only 1. Approximately 3,000.
Ill :N VYNE Maureen
i1 su ar between the states' 2. No. Georgia and JIfea :,.. c.: J ,
3. What were the first words went to war in .Si1 ,' e: O'Hara and the rest of the
Q aver recorded on a phonograph* boundary dispute .' ar.i; crew of "Miracle on

f1 4. Some flowers open only at 3. "Mary had a litt t:' .: .j" S:reel" had several un.uia -

;i night. What p" nttTir them* the voice of Thomas .-_. i4 .' :, .: incidents to cope
g 5 How big is the mouth of the Moths.S. '.% 1., :le working in New
Statue of Liberty* It 3 feet "
is aero: \ ,'- instance, they were
6. What is the temperature OB Approximately lu,m.' ..l .
._ :n one of the city'sartment
i the surface of the sun? 7. The Frankfort Zt.:_:. 4s fit'S wa -.
"- stores thaohftg
7. What the first bhr.- "
1 was daily newspaper 8 Yes they have
. 4 quarters under a bat-
in the world and trained to hunt
as :c
j: K ,"e lights. The resnftaftt
':..: rose so high that tbe
NEEDLECRAFT PATTERNS ,;Jnr.kler systems went off

xi'"-- intervals, thoraafbiyg
.- the Hollywood coaftn.re -
i Gay Embroidered Kitchen Towels ?_,; and SCas OHara had t
: ",="jmes in a hurry.
This hew and improved P"P'rc.. ----
mattes needlework to sir-p'" "
I cbarts photos nan In dn-fc:.: 5 1 ,: "_ ,-, :{ ; wo sang with
\EpP1b I pattern 20 cents. :. = .,_ : > !-ar-1 b::u-e becorn I
:your eider toSMALL :
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a..rg arw le.ekeran Dept :: S wis Just t
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Grapefruit Sponge-a Refreshing. Dessert
5 or' :
Fruit Magic

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lT t3totTRSjpj5 .;" -. ;; and foods dor.'t i*:rpt the Br".l': Lamb Pa....es

591 00LB'WpR tppe*:te. Mrs Homemaker is hard Scalloped Potatoes
D-essed to provide her family with Tomatoes with Cream Gravy

5 NKS// enough nourishing food to sustain Perfection Salad

G RpfSt .hem Families seem to prefer the Biscuits with Jam Be\c:G.e
ightest of food and it sometimes -Grapefruit Sponge
I -S hard to build up the calorie count -Recipe tip

in salads and cold meats. I
But fruit and rich milk or cream LIXA ROM4T
Butterscotch Ice Cream.
i an come easily to the rescue wbeDIt
Makes 1 quart)
FRY DV SCqPoWERHOG5E other means fail. tract and a bit in the Clark Gable
There are so :3 tablespoons hatter i "Adventure," in which she just

,: many delectable H cup brown sugar j acted. Now, in Hraeyrnooa," she's
refrigerator desserts 1 cop milk promoted to playing a Mexican .
i made of 1% tablespoons cornsUreh aristocrat who's Jealous of Shirley I
S fruit and berries 2 tablespoons cold milk Temple.
Pinch of salt
I and cream that it -+--
'. teaspoon vanilla
will take more ; i
haD a season to try them all 1 cap heavy cream, whipped i Producer Sam BwchoS (now busy

1 First of all there's the shortcake Cook butter and sugar in top cf with the George Raft starter "lnj -

; variety Bake your biscuits golden double boiler, until butter is melted j; trigue") has concluded deal with

Drown, split and butter theta and I and well blended :: the Societe KoubeQe Pathe Cinema 1.
r s I,I of Paris to jam with them in filming 4'1', .
ItTcH towels can be such n then drizzle luscious crushed andsweetened with sugar. Add: ., "
Embroider these colorful I fruit or bernes between i milk and heat to "Adventure in Morocco a story of
and simple designs on tea the biscuits. Drown them in cream. I boiling. Mix cornstarch the French Foreign Legion on location -

towels to make your dishwashingduties ither plan or whipped and watch : z= with cold in French Morocco. Shooting
pleasure! hem disappear "E3 milk and stir into will start in September. the location
butter and group working closely with the
Then too, there an amazing I _--== sugar
'' French Foreign Legion.It's .
Three tnat and. three "egt able motif{ 1'O / ;letv of frozen desserts which take ii -- : mixture: add sa't
.a bn"ht celo... Pattern Stl hai transer heir share of fruit and cream. I ; and cook until \.--
of t mouts 6 b> I inch**, OTHER CEREAL GA'rSM0R.E thickened. Cool
rhese take but a few minutes to l Meredith Wilson who steps
ENERGY!GET Trio nake and keep well for several daysA ; and add vanilla. Into the reveled Ford.fpons red

CiIGiL.+ iELLD.G S tOaZN the refrigerator I Fold in whipped cream and turn spot left vacant by Duiah Shore, en

RAKES .IV THE WHITE( ; If you're shy on sugar use pre- into refrigerator tray and freeze June 18th with a show that basically -

RED A" G N PAcM3Ee er\es or fruit sauces and you stirring once during freezing Will fallow hn "Soarkle Time.**
gront have to dip into the sugar Marshmaltow Delight. inelodmt "Ms "Discovery of the
REGULAR OZ FA.fLY SIZE bowl at all. !I ITRY (Serves I to It) Week "TalkiBg People" etc. Pau

I I t* pound marshmallows ; lines Carter will be featured at the

3 SOME of these napes and m cups diced or crushed piano, lien Gage will double as announcer
When ripping snip fasteners -ur warm weather prabtou will be pineapple and TocaOst. For next faQ
from discarded clothing keep the cued: : 1 pint whipping cream I:: and winter a nidoa-wide tour is

pairs together by punching a s-nalJ \aneot Sfcf rt4. 2 tablespoons sugar F planned, the prerram being broad

bole in a card and mapping the Makes 1 q art> 2 teaspoons vanilla ,: cast fro a different major city
fasteners in this. U cop maraschino (cherries cot np I', each week and four concerts a
1 evaporated Milk
Put hankies on the line along thebop throughly chilled Cut marshmallows into quarters.Add ,. week being given in adjacent cities.

of the sheets. They will dry 3 tablespoons lentea )life pineapple and place in a covered -----

faster and the extra pins will help 1 top apricot preserves container overnight Whip So far more than 40 099 pers es
keep the sheet from blowing away. Whp chilled milk very stiff Beatn cream add sugar aDd vanilla Fold have applied to play the title role inj
This also saves line room for other lemon juice then fold in pre- whipped cream into marshaaalkHrs j '-rh Life of Rudolph ValetM,"
pieces of clothing Ie:-\'es. Pour at once into cold and pineapple, add chemes Four : 190 screen tests of caafedaiM have I

-e- :-eezing tray and chill for several into freezing tray and allow to chill I been made. and only one possibility

When seeding things t. the T. bola your Home spprn tad law.i I\U-S. thoroughly or partially freeze before teotvered. That was Jack Daunt,

leaner, if possible tell him t!'!etetary eomlcrwMr day ent HCVT:it*'I aU aaitrnt da T-+&adrrtrj :+ ariatMas: Strawberry, cherry or serving !{ skating partner of Sonja Hawk who
of spots on the garmentsto rort-rr caL4 17ri >t, KM a '' ; .. ->each preserves or marmalade may Grapefruit S>pBje. waa announced for the role m ....
be cleaned powder O.t 8TAZX c tab li at pl diwi.it. aattoM je substituted for apricot preserves. Serves 6) He was stricken with tularemia

-e- lodayt Accept M 1III>>:1U1r.1STAZI I eggs, separated i while huntag rabbits, and died before
Keep txMreteths tram wrinkling ;lama:: an I!tactl' Mikes Alyie 1 qart> H cup sugar I the pKtsre was started. ..
'by fosdmg them once and wutd- ft cup canned owwceteaed --T
log them on a large roll of news, 1 cup evaporates milk grapefruit jowe
chid I and Carol Tfcnrstoa.
the.W Jean Heather -
taper 1 tablespoon gelatin
,. 2 tabkspoose I ... jIIiw who both gave up ptamsfligcateu
-eU ) cold water
- 2 cops sweetened aayimaea.chated I for marriage tw8 years
j9a have a job that keeps yen 'J ,. =,1. :s f Berries to the in Geoe
return screen
yoor meet an day, try pla':irg 7 J. ffi- - Dash .C ateeg Beat egg yolks until light Add H 11 I ago.Amrey's fast lira for Cahntea.
a powder' peat in the hl of your and beat well. Add
aaho... W .EAGLE BRAND1A. Whip chilled milk very stiff Beat cup sugar papefruit "The Last Round-Up. Carol was
juice sad cook mixture over '
I Martmi in The Story ef
-.- Drn.ki.: I.. :: lemon juice Fold m applesauce "Three

In working with plywod :t i> I! :j 1fh 1rrlt "I '; i.t1 ...t ird nutme,. and Pour at once nto cold i iIet'z.mg boiling Stir constantly water until Soften it coats gelatin a spoon.ra :I Dr. We efl" _-

nil to remember that even the tray chill welL cold water for 5 minutes. Add to I

r ry beat graces have defects on (triage lee Crcftm. hot grapefruit juice mixture and 1 j Plata Tnotaa earreatly starringwith
MM side while the other side is liNE fOR ECZEMASCALING (Serves 8) cool until slightly thickened. Beat BWie Burke at a Los Angeles

nearly perfect. ITCHY Zt .us1unaMMrs eec whites until stiff but not dry I theater in tbe play. ".%ccidenUnylocrs.

-.- i > 1 cap orange juice Gradual>? beat m remaining sugar. ." was signed recently by
('leekmeat longer at a low, con : forting ltAT'S soothing OINTMENT and eomQulck with!- Grated rind *{ 2 .raa es Fold Ma cooled mixture and pour \nPam Cacney U appear with
stint temperature if you want to Its wholesome antiseptics and nature Jake of 1 lemMH I into a ene-qoart mold. Chill asti] brother Jam and a star-studded.
void shrinkage Yeull get a aiding medicaUm.Nothuur else put Whipping cream firm. UmnoJd on a plate sad serve cast in "The Time of Tour Life."
like It-oothuyr *> coaifortteg with sliced or crusted berries ra Pub Trnraaa Is one of the most
golden brown surface on your J'{ IHMsast for externally caused skin Add 2 tablespoons of water to the .
roasts this way too. i troubicj. 35c. Get a pack*,** today. I narshmallows and place them in season. taInted ccmcdieaaes in stage,

-- ---- the top part of a Fresh Peach Cream. I screen radio .r television-let'shone
: chance to do her
sbe's given a
iorfWe boiler Stir (Serves 8 to II)

.* i. lonsUntly until 2 cops fresh peach pulp bet --4 -
the mashmal- 1 granulated
Still Available lows are half disc U cup teaspoon almond sugar extract Aoaerdleg to the poD in the June it'sof I
i tolled. Remove ; 1 tablespoon lemon jake Womaa's Companion
i from heat and 3 tablespoons cold water weaea 96 and under who are
Still Best largely responsible for the rise in
stir until creamy 14! cups coffee cream
anty of psychological
Cool, add orange twosie pap
Combine peach pulp extract
'i dramas. 3,+x0,090 readers veted
juice, nod and
and juice Add coffee
j draping Van Johnson and
emonjufee. Whip Pour and
into freeze
cream. tray
Cefcnan from the first ten actors

U. S. SAVINGS BONDS seam wad add until ta the thick rr.jrtu-e Place in freezing Renee process.tray and The stir stirring once during may for Jimmy and Stewart replacing and Lionel Margaret Bar-

ray aDd freeze stirring often, cn- be dose in the tray. O'Brien rymore. aad Judy Garland with
ol firm Belcaacd kr Wwten Kvoaavr 05155.
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-1 PAGE Fogs ::?-. -7 GLADES COfMY DEMOCRAT' FRIDIT._nay_ 18, ten
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j GLADES COUNTY I am the 'stranger" and 'you will which adjourned last Friday without ]l Service so that maximum employ- forget. Battle for mastery over,tht -
I recognize me quicker than I will levying any more taxes;.' about ment can be obtained in the community champion of game fish may be long- --1
DEMOCRAT orders and applications but"it is worth while, for tiW .
know you If I have that vague the end of sugar rationing which Job '
'-; MOORE BA"Do FLORIDA I i look on my face and a glazed eye should see a return of cake and pie for jobs should be made at the capturing their first big one can -""
: aDd you know I am teat in the as desserts; about the abominable I FSE office located in the Sanders come to the Chamber of Commerce* sand -

Entered a* iccccd-cla matter May I:1 depths of editorial concentration weather of the past few days which building in Belle Glade. Job orders receive a Thomas A. Edison
I. 1127 at the Pottofflc at liMn I i! just reach out aad trip me as I has been pleasant in comparisonwith will be taken over telephone 307 i Tarpon medal for their victory.
Haven Florida, under the Act of past I probably will be that in other iI I Visit Saaibel aDd Captlva by
: CCDKTC Gf March. I. HJ7Pvklltbrd go just goIng parts of the good ,
I fishing aayhow old USA; of the full-blossoming : Lee County Beaches i ferry from Paata Raasa and spend
Incidents.ly my fall name is poinciana trees throughout South j a day shelling along the most unusual -
lrrr Friday By. Harold Earnest Crary. That whatit Florida we saw last Sunday on a Attractive Spots !! beaches yon have ever seen
CARR SKTTI.F. r."Ud.uill" said on my dog tags I have been jaunt to Miami and of many other right In your back yard. These
called "Mac' so long I doubt if I things Except that right now I'm For VacationingThe tropical isles of beauty and mystery
I would know to whom you were thinking more of the morrow I' bring the magic of far off Pacific
t..".. Hater referring and would probably ask I When I reach my first stop in OkU tool refreshing waters at the islands to yon and the children at
0.e lear ______ _T. t%aeKra I you how to spell It.I I bouts I hope there'll be a telegram Gulf )I..t'" _ ,___ $1.$1.23 Carr Settle had only a few daysin [ from the force saying that taej've 1: Fart M.>er< Beach will make your ; Make your Lee County vacation -

I which to prepare me for this just put out that special Sugar Mill! frit'ndlv.visit to our community a ;: plans today. Drop a line to the
assignments I am con*in<'t-d that I edition No. there's aothiag new, pleasant one Gleaming white:, Lee Count Chamber of Commercein
1IMU: 'HM; \HK PEOPLE elsewhere so little advance prep- from Louisiana thin week; maybe i sands invite you to rest COIUortao1ly i Fort Mvers and ask for further
I aration would make the task they're preparm* for the rippi' along the sea shore while the! information in beach cottages auto
Florida las become famous for tog so many nice peopie, however floods. cool breezes from over the Gulf waiters i j courts and trailer para We art
large aamaer of things-as a I believe I can keep his job limp- Ill be seeia' you! add zest to your L>e County I j happy| to serve you IB ..a'ay we
winter resort it has DO equal-it. ing along until he gets back. So. vacation i tan This -manners' vacation In

remarkable year-round climate is j folks if you see anything hear The BYSTANDER While you art i her :raha Ind.; your own great state of Florida
always a surprise to the newcomer
: anything or suspect anything-please and reel and enjoy thr'.art'i fishing i uii! >hr a new and different experience -
who expects high temperatures in I remember Mac.34EANDEINGS. through tbe inland water ways : for you and your family
..._. The tropic splendor is outstanding -i Our preacher went a-fishing in
the Tarpon off
Or if you seek King
and there are other features OkeechoNee Lake. I
He hoped to
reminder Have
availableall paid
Boca Grande guides are JUt a you
which various chambers ofcommerce catch some big ones and his best
through the summer months to your pledge for the swimming poolfund'
modestly hint at. lures did take. He came: home with
bring; you a thrill you will never
There is one attribute which I the limit as all good anglers should,
believe baa been slighted in the By Carr Settle but as to how be caught them --
way Of publicity That is the well that is pretty good. I am avery
frieadly attitude of its people. Nowhere truthful guy I wouldn lie
else have I ever encounteredthe I Early in the morning even beforeit hope but you Just read on
hospitality and kindness, the begins to be "bright and" me and I-I and I'll give you the dope For ExpertREFRIGERATION
eoaatteratkra and interest as here the squaw and the two papooses are bass were biting nicely but
I believe it should be recognized leaving on that long contemplated toes were there too Had '
stimulated and encouraged for it vacation jaunt We expect to makeit he not been a preacher he'd have SERVICEand
te regionally unique Not even in to Kicsimmee about breakfast II cussed at them it is true. They came I'
other sections of the traditionally time and get our one and only free down in a swarming cloud but he
hospitable South will be found that meal until we get to eastern Okla- i pulled off his hat and took a swator Repairs
same warm friendliness as is here homa but as we travel westward two at them as they stung him
I lived in the North until about through that state we've got it all where he sat He tried his best I NIGHT
six years ago. I knew my next planned out so we'll be at tbe homesof to dodge 'em and got In one good
door neighbors by sight but seldom those who've written so many sock but then he lost his balance as

knew their names and although times, "!t you ever come back come the boat began to rock Notify E. C. Byrd at
I had lived in the same, see us" never thinking seriouslythat He grabbed then for an oar got
house thirty years had never been. a newspaper editor would everI the anchor by mistake, and Just a ;
in their homes. People who lived'I I I be able to do any such thing ati minute later he plunged Into the Moore Haven Appliance Co.
in the next block were strangers. | meal time. lake. A bass swam by and saw him
A week ago Clewiston and Moore l'\e struggled desperately since and grabbed him by the coat and

Haven were merely names of places.I last Thursday to get enough mileson with a heave it tossed him right backin J. M. Harris Authorized Service Man
had heard there was good fish- his ,
the Plymouth so it would be boat. The reverend started
ing to be found near both places broken in to start and have it now homeward every step a dripping
Now, after circulating a few daysin to where I figure well be able to swish, but still he felt quite happy
quest of news 1 find I have step on it a little faster along -every pocket foil of fish. ..
more friends in these two places about Williston. If we stick to the When he brags of all the fish he tfbri .ws-
than I had been able to make all trail laid out and don't start chas- caught on his Dalton Special Flash
during my stay in the North ing off after rabbits we'll land you look him squarely in the eye -
Rom where I Joe Marsh
If I am still a stranger now it's about Dothan, Alabama, the first and then just holler "Splash! I ... fy
my fault. I have met so many of night and hope to get into Arkansas wouldn't say he fibbed at all, nor sea. ;
you in this short lime cant possibly the next night a little west of make this guy the goat But be '- :i-

recognize you when I meet you Memphis, all providing Ol Man had his Dalton Special in the pocketof Here's to
again. Bear with me. If I appearto River don't get too rambunctious his coat It may sound like a lie I
be going to pass you up with- about the time we get there. If to you 111 admit ft's pretty slim
out speaking, stag out, won't yon! we do make it that far on schedule But still I say he caught no fish- the Women-Folk! .
well go on to-> Little Rock, north- the fish caught up with him. ;
westward through; the Ozarks to To write a yarn about this man
Fayetteville and should be crossing; is somewhat of a chore. You know TWrs's a Ba at tW acting of comfortable but too-wora.' chair ''
TOPS the Oklahoma line just about sun yourself how hard it Is to rhyme a the Woman's Colons my paper'tJ.at we cast bear to throw away .

down of the third day. word with Moore. Or stick to I'l that reads: From where fait, those little :;':

Our routing received some setbacks truth and yet to say this human "Womea through tie yean kv satisfactions become more and .

the original schedule having diving rocket crawled back into his stood Keepers of tile lame ." more important in this world ofPretty :"i
been up the coast to West Vir- boat that day with bass in every stnfe and
easy to see what it means; change. Smoke rings
pocket. But when he again to
ginia, westward to St. Louis and goes
whether it's the flame curling from mellow
with on the hearth pipe;glass! _if
fish optimism charged you
then south to Oklahoma But some
said a few centuries ago that look real close and you will find ,or the candle ia tbe window, or of beer; a comfortable chair before '
"the best-laid plans of mice and bis pockets all enlarged 'the feeling of warmth that surrounds the fire. And I'd like to salute :

men go oft awry" or something to Tbe BYSTANDER a home. the housewives"keepers of the
that effect so the course was changed. It's the WOIBCB who are guardians flame"-:whose tolerance and understanding .. '1i

s It's been a lot of fun planningand Only Two ReceiveCompensation of the things we cherish about helps preserve them

fOR I'm confident will be fully as aoatlife-whe are tolerant of -f

HOME CANNING much fun being carried out. ForUnemployment ribs oa floe rug; the rings ruse c9 111 A "'
And we'll be seeing you again of beer faa leave oa tables 't'
Here i
..ZINC CAPS about the middle of July. )
fay to ..( $- to MOIl UoM tar
,........ Mal MM .,4. M.Iwo.m Whilee're away Mac Crary will I I Only 2 of the 25 applicants in I Con igRt,194T,Untied Stales Brewers Feeei.rielh I
...... ......... n- naees. cap be for at tbe typewriter -' Glades county seeking Jobs throughthe
pinch-hitting us
..... ... '!ii
auas M lolor- the Flor-
Glade office of
..., .... ia Mw p. u. .....wish Mack is young has a lot Belle ,-
a....... a.Kdna is _. fee4 of enthusiasm and I'm quite sure ida State Employment Service are NitIJa -
........ 1My ..... ..... -..........dlAT that you'll be sorry to see me comeback receiving unemployment compen- Wiley :Palan
YOU OIOCEI'" I think Mac will cover the sation benefits A. M. Larrimore, -
area served by our papers like the manager of the office said today in WAllAGC BEERY 'altajMTfe
dew covers Dixie but it's all new discussing the employment situationin r-trmntfrr.
thin NK4St"yiAR IN SNOW _
to area.Compensated
to Lim and the people are new WSntlSSiaMGMV'DnMI6MIyYtGURI ,
I {'
f him so give him every bit of help unemployment in
.II doM this county during the week endingMay I
I J'n--ihl\>' which I'm sure yon
;i comes to us from Fort Myers 31, registered a* out of work I
.. through no fault of .
n i h; tu has been connected with
I N, ws-Preee for the past year available for suitable employment.I
",J .i halt'! and don blame him be- were classified as: clerical and j r '' 1'
-_ sales 4, skilled 2. semi-skilled 1". A 1
Ica s I I" a Yankee; he can't help 1 DEAN
-.' was I prior to 1916. and agricultural workers 9.
According to tile most recent 5TOCKWfII

,v fit" on a lot longer j count there are 29 Job openings, 5 10 A NIT ytAR IN'iNE C110 STAR GRIiN WNO ylARS WAS; r p
,\nrad"rs of a Legislature for women and 24 (or... listed CAST AS AN iNK A X EDWARD ARNOLD
j at the local office The greatest WA ORfHAN IN f CTURtJ v
iICEtvlD A Sii TR PLAQUE frlt
demand is for laborer auto mechanics v TM AUSTRALIAN AMtASMXXB
airplane easts mecaaatea, rORNKttRWK INiNi
and tractor mechanics WAa10AN,
Despite these opportunities many .
trained and skilled job Makers d* TKl WAK I -
not meet the specification of employers -
on age experieaee. awl
FLAMiNGO physical condition.
While %6, Including 7 veterans

were placed in JoN through the : WAVY I '

: r Belle Glade FSES office in May, 1> DORO'ruy' ; adalb MIGIiTY 'tJ "4
veterans aad 7 ..ft-"..ras including -
PATRICK teaWflB f(
1 woman were still seeking Hl
l employment at tbe beginning of \ / SOSTASAT
DAIRY fEED June in Glades County This labor / BW SBBB PAwMSNOrt

I I supply drivers is and comprised agricultural chiefly workers of truck 1t- Kb :

Roughage and Concentrated Feeds I pensation Statewide payments unemployment amounted com-to

1131.185 and were made to 9,415
Manufactured in Florida for Florida Users persons during the week ending

May 31 These figures do not include -

FOR SILEIX THIS AREA MOORE AT H\VEN DE1IYDKVU FL\>T'IN II allowance veterans paM from to 15.4C7 Federal unemployed 1 kJLHP ::

fu&d which were $32Cv44 during
WOBURN CHEMICAL CORP. (N. J.) I' the same period. BOxID oN

MOORE HA VEX FLORID Mr LamII e eo raging kS Nlsli scllgA TAM,
employers te list all Job sxolags

with the Florida State Employment I

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F7tw.+v. Jell: 13, 1047 CLADLs CXH-Vrk DEMOCRAT
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I sabstatfens and oth- me regular army we need onlytirefaJtiiftSV'd
....< <"94<<*4-M*< I;" I I I III I Baptist Hour Speaker lines new to dtetri- wide aware y not
'i F tuipm at necessary
F .' :his hage amon&t of power for man ,fort &. great patriotic daty.
.-- atoo mcladed te the pro- and yfra/1til:"Vasisess men need him
I Ix Potettac te the development to.. Jfo need him to keep. the peaceso
PERSONAL and SOCIETY baa followed caasewav: con- ; s.a4d: to win.' Mstetatatag
II free slam -
.J JB: ta other commaahies on I this peace mesas a ptwsperoaa
.(asts Smith told Melboar-I America so MIp... recruiter

,v at their aew caaaewav ineren ta JOUr territory aad pea
q will be helping yourself
<<<<.: :.: +x."i'.oo.o--x-"XOOOOOO-<" ""V"-'oy ; ; indastrial poaaibihties, eftle
The local army recruiting *
L. R. Vates attended the cattle! Mn Marcus Fraliah u: rea. I is te the Leon building in Fort
for >., ,an basinesa leaders a? .
visiting friends here *
Arcadia sergeantwill
isle to Taeeday I t Myen but a recruiting
tea days. I I ve learned by experienceu i be at the Post Office Arcade
.. 11wlle they are
Mack Greene spent Monday and --- j at LaBelle where he can be contacted
Tuesday OB bastae in Tampa. Mn Don tin:. aad d4 ,- t.', :. :;,, :envy is greater! e>er> Tuesday ft 6 p. m.
and Mrs Art :Ji'.g' !, ri" ".* I sir!i .' d..ons are better i

visitors in (Vj... \'. edrflaThursdav pic ,. .relations arc ,
Mr.. V. Gram spent Tuesday night I Residents
r, .:,c family and i Two County
visiting friends ta ClewiatonP r
I .
-- r. :1 i ; \ -*- are enjoying ;
E. Load)" and Bill M..1h A, ", .ji.h andII: ;o- ".': t' IL. t I :.y .. \mtriean way ofT i' Given

business visitors Tuesday in TMr ':1.:".". 3M 'rankim. f.: T. aha. Jd | b 31c('aay bringing '
i ,. : riet1t' <-:. a '.> ;' l 0.... ", ,,'.in a few nun'I T ALLAH A&;EE-(ENS) -

Ma Yodfr and Mil ; toe downtown section em Glades county residents feel
and R. D. Bo its aunt V LULl
Wanda Yod r spent the wek-end II i tnese tataga And to keept 1 teacher training scholarships
needs of this KJ"O"-I announcement
the to an
ia West Pain Beach ::\!rand Mr 1. Pt: cording
I i I" and to stimulate its growth; Colin Bql h. State Saperiataf
--- K' It h and ML 'htorn <-:- a
Mlaa Irene Scott visited mends i in Sal rn, Sued, objectives of the Florida ,. of Public iastraettoa .
$i.-; that DNa r
md Light Company's English said
and aUtmded a wedding. in Fort **pi\f>y remamtd prweeka ;
Lauderdale Snaday visit expansion program Her m aDd Thefaaa Alien \ '
of Moore Haven were wtaaoti .. t tI

W. B. Irwy, Jr, left Wednesday Miss Audrey C >alter. 3 : in: \\JLIUM SOIM-* \LIF\ Army Recruiting I flee Horse of ReareaaaMMWscholarships
afcat to mend a few days ta Jaekaasnflfe of the high school tswulu t.< :>h. \
oa bnstaonJ local school left last Friday for h..r : : Station In Fort

home te Harrogate, Tenn. for tt.t\ I Stetson PresidentTo \HBBT\BIF LA\II ron

E Frlenoa was a baataeesviator summer vacation Speak On l Myers! ExpandsThe I SAUl

ta Lakeland and Tampa oa
Okeechobee sack oa
'llsaaiay and Wednesday.h Miss Margaret Tan De Velde re Baptist Hour I S. Army Recruiting sub : 28 B road under psreen-
timed home Wednesday from Col- station at Fort Myen has BOW expanded -
drataage UI. paracre.
:. George Stucte retimed the legs Ga.. whets she baa been a its territory so aa to taclade I meat
< .
Allen 1 Momv
With Dr. William imm Write M
PM 'woeh.gad tram a visit with student for the past term at South the following towns: 9ebring. Wa-
president of Stetson I niveratty, De- 12 S. Mata St. Ortsada.
ratatrrea ia Miami Georgia College ehula Avon Park Arcadia and all !
Land as speaker the Baptist Hoar P1514..
of the small undying towns ta this
next Sunday, line IS, will featare
Mn Jacob Heftta was taken to ]!Ir. and Mrs! E H. Boyles aad contributing general area. Itt Lt. James T
H.I... for Christian Edaeatton aa a of the Fort TOMATO LAND FOR S\LK
the Arcadia daaghten retained Monday from ; factor evaageluing the world. Pope. Commander
exemiaatioa NIl treatment. the station stated "We will try
medical for
Lire Oak whore tI&eJ.at Magic will be furnished by the Baptist Myers 4000 acres of mart and
...-.. to attend the wedding of Hoar choir of sixteen voteea, to keep at least one man IB each mack tosaato land border-

Maw Emily eo.. returned last Mr. ..,...' ataterPrt directed by John Hoffman with: of these tear towns as long" as re- lag ea 5<. Johns Rive*.
week to her Mme te Greenville' salts warrant expendttares solid
George L. Hamriet at the organ AvaSaUe only ki
Pa. after speeding the winter here Alton Bishop, now stationed The Baptist Hoar may be heardat "The mea we are sending to tract $U.SI per acre TCV

at Maxwell FfeU Ala.. was TMttagtrteada Moore Harem over WIOD Miami, cover this new territory are capablemea lease Write tar detaffed
taafey and Tammy. Waymaa of yesterday while e o a brief and WFLA Tampa at 1:30: A. M of long service and they know description. M J. Mess

;Miami spent the week-end at their farlotfth with his parents tB Areadta.Miltoa EST aadayK their Jobs well, I am sire that they 112 S. Mata St.. Orlande,
hmae here. wfll give the correct and true tmpreesion Florida.FOIND .
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weekend of the new regular Army.
Adktac retaraed last :. G. ttl-E HSPARTI
Mr art Mrs Joel Gilbert and Mr. I from Gainesville where h-e last ON BIRTHDE %\ Most: desirable to us are the young

Myers; of Miami spent; Sunday aa week eomphKed ate freshen yearat mea who have Just grsdosted -Cow marked crop under

the guests of Mr. and Mrs L. D.I the UnKersUy of Florida G. Copse celebrated his sixth from high school as these men are half crop swallow ferk one ear

Carr .and family I birthday with a party at his homeatarday intelligent well educated and Jhe, and crop upper bit in other ear.

Mn Dm Griffith Mrc Mack afternoon with moat of tray finds them quick to the newtheories Brand Arrow-F. Owner get in touch

Mr. and Mr. C. H. Settle, Sae Greene and Mn L. R Tate, who the invited guests being children now employed in this I with True StOry. Rt J, Moore Haven -
and Sandra Settle and Carr Settle' are attending summer nearioaa at who will eater the first grade withhim atomic and supersonic age." *tp_

.Jtjl: !. Sunday .ta Fort Lauderdale Sentaefo College In Lakeland were in the fall. I "In order to properly promote our II
ana MiamI. home for the wMk-end. Games were played on the lawnand plans for helping to build a newregular
refreshments of birthday cake. army we must lean heavilyon

Andy MinfcheOe and Billy Mc- James Keaee of Miami visited ice cream and watermelon servedto i on all civic organizations and business -i Mark R. Tennant

Campbell of Bradeatoa spent the over the -*ad with Milton Ad- : Tommie Gamins, Jimmy and men for it is only when these' j ju4

week-end, here with .,Mr and Mn. ,'kiss on his'rejnrB tome from theUniversity Johnny Vans. Richard Yates Pat people who are Mr and Mn
---*--. Lee and Clarke give their 100%
Linda America country
Harry ef F1orMi! -In GalneeTilleu1fb Bowyer,' Broker '
SeiTenMOU1K. cooperation that it can maintain Real Estate
b vlh be and ,Mfltea were Mo
.i Miss 1letty'Dewd'rho ,,,* grad- Ef !JI'#j ; peace .and remain a great 1i'orldpeI..er. GLADES COUVTT LAM
atM 'Monday night from .Flerii : rTTLE ("L.l \ti *
returnedto :MET WITH MK-s. F\R\\M In the 6O7 Congress' Bid*. Miami Fla
State College: for Women Weeka "So we ask all the people
Dr. and Mn. T. W. o f
her home here Wednesday 1 I here San- Fort Myers; territory to help us
I'1 Fort Myers were visitors 4nnr .)l The Mollie Settle Class of theMetbodtot promote our Job et buMdi&g a peacet
day, their daughter. Marian School met \Ved-
Headrickaon Chnrch
Mr. aad Mn D. ,. (ti4mg to spend this week with I
frost a &f'May Bight at the HIDe of
bare unttl
Nod Betty Mr. and Mn T
her grandparents,
tn>day vacation spent at Bradeaton: W WeeksMlaa L. E. Faream for the monthly Mfa'l-1and I
SMdl. ness social
t Mrs bettte ad charge of the VITAMIN XD7
Thelma Aly returned JaR i which combined -
devotional program
Miss Mary Aaa Draagha
..' hwave Wednesday r,.. retant-I Saturday from TaUahaaeee whereahe Flag Day and Fathers Day. HOMOGENIZED MILK
baa been attending Florida read some tntereatteg -
9an where he has Mea Mrs. E. P. Kwtag
Sigh Georgia CoDece. State College for Women After a scrap book excerpts on Father -
weak at home sac will retara there .
ViM Jorou.--W.: ; a for the rammer aeaatoMProf The hostess served delicious

at Florida State College in !'alia-I made cookies and ice tea to Mn Home Delivery or Available At Your
hQM. for the pact term retaraed and Mn A. J. Hanna of I Settle, )1.... Ewing )1.... Ray YoderMn .

hat' week to her home. la Patmdale! Winter Park peat the week-end "I I D. C. Mitchell Mn J. W. Ad- Grocery or Drug Store
tar the summer. va atioaMra the guests of Mr. and Mn J. M. i kins Mn Harry Foster and Mn
Cease and Miaa Bertha Gram Prof. 'I Dais> YocIt'r. SINGLE OR DOUBLE CREAMMaiidis
Haaaa to on the daft at Rollins ---
Lacy Bewea had a telegram I -- -
ftaam her daatator.. Mn Nina Tarnr College and wa there when Mrs. Florida Power & Light
this mervfeg to the effect that Coaae and Mlaa Gram were etvdeats I' DairyPhone

she had arrived ta Seattle Waahta .. Is now gathering material ta Expands ProgramTo I ,

toa and ,,"N.n Monday forte the lake area for a hook which he

Japan Join her ......... Capt. ....,.es to write oa Lake Okee- $85,000,000The i iI 176

L. P. Tamer eaohee -- I i
I Honda Power and Licht 1 j ji
:;>J't; Company has tit announced a

{I i jump in its -r.tt.idt' expan'nprogram : ..:..:_:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :_: :..:..:K<< j from $27.50000 to fro i:
I taroueh the president M, .

Gregor 0..0 Smith of Miami, to paw [ Parkinson'sMOORE I \

Florida growth daring the next
Mealsand .
five yeanIn Melbourne f"r t i.' municipal i i t
celebration markine completion t
the city's new millIon do inr t".Ullt'1
way over Indian Fiver to the Beach, :;
the utilities firm f'Xt'cuti\ said aur- ; 4

i veys indicate the territory served 11 1-: REMEMBER DAD
j I
1 by his company. will have a pupa !
OrdersSANDWICHES mtton of 1.1ie.u>6 in 1951 eompar- :
ed with shoat 820... today. 15th tt
Sunday June
The $S6e.. .e expaaasoa pro- ;
tram. Smith said win give the :

OF ALL KINDS I eesnpaay of aa 47.o0e electric kUlowatts generating more capacity j ARROW SHIRTS :

than W% iacrease ever the 1531 .:t JASON PAJAMAS iLUGGAGE'

capacity of 150000 killowatta The! :
multi million dollar program he;i:
Open from 5:00 a. m. to 2:00 a. m.Maude's said will include the addition of an i

18 9.Q kiliowatt generator to the I.:i FISHING GEAR

Sanford plant a U.tOi kiltowattgeaeratcr RODS BAITS
to the Miami plant hathto :,. ,

"+.b.%.+%'.e..o--+ KMCXRegular *+e-: -'-:.:- ?fic-S-e be ta operation this year. a ...I; SMOKING STANDS f
Si.Htt ktUowatt plant te be 0)i
ed at Miami oa which coaotrae-! LIGHTERS, CIGARS

I Lion will start in UU MIl a 44.-)
I It
Cafe *t. kttlowatt plant to be built Ii I i Those Famous 'Case Knives," Razors

tit\ at a location yet to he de,

Goaoraton for these plants have

Corner First Street and Avenue I t already by been these ordered dates to aaaare Baadradaot delivery TREAT tv

, t ci:PS {'f cunnr:. and city dis- 1v t
sSs-- S Ss S- I, tribution hUH ,0nceor: Jl.J; transmtslion- """' QQQ QQ OoQcceoc = ocCCOQOCOCcccc..t
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-.1 : 1uJ/ome Agriculture Fund Slash Voted Long Time Peace

1 ; Announcing the immediate abolition I The philosopher ScWeiermacher:
JGUJ.H in Run delivered out of a serious ill-
of capital punishment was
Truman Signs Greek Aid Bill; sia, Soviet authorities explained the ness by the ministrations of tbe
i R I'r ee7is move on the grounds that It was I celebrated Dr. Grafe. When well
made possible by Russia's growing an the road to recovery the pa-
ICC Grants Train Fare Boost
: strength, the people's patriotism tient sent his physician the sum

WASHiNGTON i and the certainty of peace "for a of tenty-five dollars.
Released by Wcrtern Newspaper Union.ar
IEDITOK'S NOTE' Wkea ..ptal..s ..pr....4 la taM ..l...... Uo., a,. Uo... .. long time." The good doctor evidently found
6y Walter Shead Weston Newspaper L.i.. ..... ..81,.,. aaa at .......rtl, ., Uol. .....p.pu.) i Said the Moscow radio: "The international the sum grossly inadequate for he

WNtCwr.IpOItd./ .... .., .' ,".,.. -> -. '.,' situation during the' promptly returned it to Sd eier-
time after Germany's capitulationand J macher with the pointed comment

WNIJ W., .. Japan's capitulation shows that i., : "Wealthy people pay what
16261ys. JIW ,- the cause of peace can be considered they like; the well-to-do pay the

't-ij secure for a long time in spite : regular fee; the poor pay nothing. -

Confusion Prevails of attempts by aggressive elementsto : ."

On Hospital IssueRESIDENT vt: provoke war." To which the celebrated philosopher
Meanwhile Herbert Hoover replied: "For the return of

-, looked on the other side of the mask < the twenty-five dollars which I had

D TRUMAN ': '<;, to charge Russia with attemptingto sent you, please accept poor

; 1 hissecond appeal to th,, bleed the United States through Schleiermacher's sincere thanks."

for a nationwide medic*'' relief channels and blaming her for

gram included the c.: ,: -: the economic paralysis of Japan

health insurance question and Germany.He .

establishment of more ho "t,:. _. declared that hither relief will CLASSIFIED
securing of more doctor 0 ,' 't. 'j .,f 1 .e\ ,. ', remain necessary as long as the

where they are needed. ,;, "W. Soviets continue their obstructionist DEPARTMENTBUILDING
areas are in rural dist. ': .. "; ,",", ,, 0 '1'fe \ tactics and demands for reparations

Insofar as the hospital u '!' >-.,-%:: .i'', = .,' .. ."I''''"if'' thus blocking peace treaties MATERIALS_

concerned it is most can: 1' 'I" 1 gi 1: '\ ;'!''"...i: i with the two countries and keeping MEN WASTED-Operate FAST S3Z.5C

last congress passed a rf: f 0 't" rt:: their economies paralyzed. concrete Nock nwchtne Build a pace without
.0 I ready cash Make money spare time
pital act which .I ... ', .
provided .
? back yard. Detail free *** !:'
nual appropriation of 75 '+, ;;;l ,II1'4(" ,;r"J'i NO POTATOES: tvrtof. ..c.: ...* atwL_J.ak.s.dae_..._n.

lars a for five I
year year
of t. i Wheat Is Cheaper \ BUSINESS_&_INVEST. OTTO.
structipn hospitals on a "" : I _

matching-dollar basis. tff: A paradox In potatoes, whereby AGENTS WAME
;, thousands of bushels of the tubers !; Mai* or Female. Mate Hei meet

Under the act then, thereto ; have had to be destroyed in this AUTO selling WASH our cucccssfid to grocery 12 tarea.MWUTE. a TT-
ld have been available 5 country because Ice atatton hardware
''' starving Europe ;! cV
million dollars for the 1946-47 stores. etc. Packaged ta
refused to take them described
was j lions at people wash their awn cmand
fiscal year another 75 million to the international emergency food our product art Itaeif OB the

dollars for the 191748 fiscal year council by John W. Gannaway of tore MINUTE counter.SALES Wrtte COMPACT lor parttolara-

or a total of 150 million dollarsas I the department of agriculture's i Iftl nes''*' !&.. I"aa.detpMs *. Ps

of now. As a matter of fact, ftt Rtf Rev. Father Flanagan, founder and head of Boys' Town, branch. potato --- ------ ---.
however no appropriation was Mbr.. talks with Japanese children at the Church of Oura in Nagasaki
spring potatoes rot so FURSIS11ISGS & APPLI.
made. Father Flanagan currently is travelling through Japan to study conditions I rapidly unless refrigerated, the only HOME
of the Japanese children and to hold services for American I Sewing JIachines-Singer Rebuilt
way they could be shipped to Eu-
To complete the confusion along
comes this congress and in the la military personnel on the Islands. I rope would be to dehydrate them. Portables, $&9.9Z; Con-

bor-federal security appropriationbill I The U. S. offered to give the soles $87.50 Treadles $54.50;
would render the United Nations ;
toes to
: European countries
again failed to appropriate any meaningless. terms. Parts and sues tor au makes,
cost of dehydration. motor, controls button-hole attachment
instead "the
money authorizing :
StormyWeather. Mr. Truman, however defended
: Gannaway said the jffer was : Write for catalog.
amount of contract authorizations. I
the plan with the contention that the
In other words, under this ambiguous -i> Possibly the most violent storm United States 'extending aid to turned down because foreign governments -I SHELTON SEWING MACHINE CO.
Ill E. Mate St. Dept. 4. Klrtmoad, Tl.
language a state that had setup i, of the year according to the economic Greece and Turkey, "!s helping to can buy American wheat --- ---- -
and barometer, is for six cents a pound. One pound of I
a hospital program under the na ; political further aims and identical MISCELLANEOUS
tional hospital act for say four mil the one which was raised when the I with those of the purposes United Nations." dehydrated potatoes equal to about __ _

lion dollars approved by the public :louse appropriations committee 10( pounds of raw product, would ; Rvery-LORD'S word PRATER"guaranteed eacraud readaWe.oa Pepsi Said tebrour

health service, would "be deemed" recommended a 32 per cent cut in He added that "we intend to have cost 14 cents.RETRIBUTION. j luck. 1 for SOc 3 for $/....
.. ....
make sure that the aid we extend ENGRAVER, Hat till, K lTtllc, T
to have "contractural relationshipwith :department of agriculture funds for --------
will benefit all the peoples of : DIAPERS-Larte size. strong doable toJtcottao.
the the ,
government for that coming year. .
Greece and not Guaranteed ... ,u $2.11"-
amount." Slashing more than 383 million Turkey, any parties Black Curtains So. Send check or M.O. We par poatan.
ular group or faction." The bill empowers ; TINT TOGS 2535 P*.t. Jaeks.ar .J.1 1aPILETEX -
The dollars from the amount asked by
senate, taking note of the
President Truman, I the President to provide the Forty-nine guards and foremen of : relieves oreneu. hrtek and
loose language amended the.bill by I Turks and Greeks with financial aid the Nazis' infamous Mauthausen' heals Itching, bleeding and prrtrotbgg
limiting the "contractural obligation" the committee pile*. Guaranteed. tube sad ipajej.
the floodgates and military equipment for the purpose prison convicted by an American tor MOt P P. tl.Ijto COD SI.30. WHU
agreement to 40 million dol.. BRAGG PLASTER CO. Wastes. Mica. .
of the of the
gates military for the
court slaughter of
lars. So it turns out as a result of for a delugeof
Near East closed to Communism. more than 700,000 of all nationalities
from persons
this involved protests
legislative tinkering fl' ___ _PERSONALWIGGLE
t that, although under the. law; thereis Clinton Anderson TRAVEL PAY: died on the gallows in YOITR EARS
supposed to be 150 million dollars secretary of agri- the Landsberg prison yard in the I Be funny get laughs aCT kaow

.now available for hospital construction culture and Democratic Train Fares UpTo largest mass execution in the hiaI I how Leek One Has ease 1111.lesson GI..4aJ.2Se CalllaraU. .
congressmen tory of American war crimes prose-j I
actually no money will be offset increased
r operatingcosts
available after contracts'totalling 40( who claimed Interstate Commerce cution. __ SEEDS,.. PLANTS, ETC.: _
com- Two days were required to com
million dollars have been approved. they would fight ': REMOVE TREE STUMPS FOR Jt'ST II
e the action right: up mission authorized an approximate plete the black-curtained proceed Any sue new or old roots and an without
10 increase basic digging, pullin. chopping. biaittag1!
to next year's ele per pas- ings. Twenty-two men were hanged Use MAGIC STUMP REMOVER, safe scientific.
Sen. Claude Pepper of Florida is Anderson tions. if necessary. senger fares for 60 railroads operating on the first day 27 on the second. 0 '..raat*.*. -oi. (Ifor 36 in atom
SI nor $1.50. 16-ox. 2.75; Me savings onVlb.
considered one of the most able debaters Declaring that east of the Mississippi and northof The group was part of the 61 Mau or larger quantities. Postpaid with

on the floor of the senate and : the reduction "directs a sharp cut the Ohio and Potomac rivers. thausen guards convicted at the I check or money lABORATORY order COD.DIVISION aeretrted.ADDKEM .

many senators taking issue with him at the interests of the American The change will boost one-way Dachau trial a year ago. Twelve I. D. CAMPBELL: CO.. KecieUt tt. m.StJosephlO .

have found they come out second farm family and the general weT passenger rates from 2.2 to 2.5 received life imprisonment penalties

best in the encounter. But recently, fare." Anderson said that the cents a mile in coaches and from 49 the death sentence.

after the Floridian had completed a "greatest harm" would be to the I 3.3 to 3.5 cents a miles in sleepingand

particularly impassioned speech soil conservation program, the parlor cars. Therewill be an French Honor

Sen. Alexander Wiley of Wisconsinarose farm price support program and increase of about 15 per cent in

to his feet and drolly remarked programs designed to help veteransand coach round-trip rates and about
--- -----
: low income families become four per cent in Pullman roundtripfares.

1 "Mr. President, I never rise I better established. ?/JIuJSu/?

in the senate after listening to The 32 per cent cut would elimi-I In granting the increase ICC
i noted that those railroads which requested rii Still Mitt in run w
nate the Agriculture -
my distinguished friend from I .f
Florida, but I wish that his great administration by July 1, 1948. Currently I the new rates incurred a -j -0' RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

abilities and great fecundity of the AAA is carrying on its deficit of 54 million dollars from

expression were devoted to what I basic program of promoting soil I passenger train operations last .if

I call a little more level-headed conservation on 3,500,000 cooperating year.

thinking." farms by paying farmers for j HOUSING >

I following practices intended to increase :

soil fertility and hence, to Unfounded Hope "

Education Suffers I :increase production. The proposedfund i RINGS LtSSErx rUUEF
Popular belief that substantial
slash would mean that farmers any
THE story behind the scenes is I this year would be paid about ,, reductions in the cost of new |Lars Batttca MI.*M> !.$oaaII Sin lot
1 despite weeks of hearings : housing will in the future urtHt In HIT tt niton w
jQ per cent of what they previously near ,
listening to of I I U III UJ UK Him M IT IU n nt. li>Irina.ita
scores tad! been promised. is not founded on realities ;
; [ im 11.1w. jitiuiiiut I,'UIIIHERE'S |
teachers educators farm and business That assertion
was made toy.
In answering the criticism, the i
leaders who came here from : James C. Downs Jr., president of
Aoriol of
'I !lOUse appropriations committee Vincent president
an sections of the country, there the Real Estate
Research |!
said that its recommended cuts are'selective" corpora. France, decorates opera singer A ROACH KILLER
likely will be no federal aid for ei- ; Uon. who explained that besides '
and reasonable--based Lily Pons with the rosette of the
the teachers or schools at this session I t being geared to a high national : Dn WOIU FOI DAYS
:M actual farm needs. Legion of Honor The French-born
of congress although a dozen i debt housing costs like prices of Sift to Bw ""*| Mac
artist has been making a concert
individual bills on the subject have :j I ,Ml) BILL: I other bard goods are directly affected tour of France. KILLS ON THE SPOT

been introduced. by the large demand for lucus iminu alt R*I*D

Mrs. R. C. F. Weagly, representing To Stop Red American capital and production by ad atlra4ia.Asia ._
( S4 POT*r'-
more than million rural other countries. Crest of the News
a wom- !
The 400 million dollar Greek- Oot hie f1I raw paw w Wrb.
en and president of the American Turkish aid bill, spearhead et tbe "The housing shortage today is SCIENCE 1.Lsoul asymsutin. CO.4.as .
Ral.a.ea a. z Twee,ti
Farm Bureau Associated Women'sorganization so-called "Truman doctrine" has I worse than a year ago," he said.

told the house educa been passed by congress and signed "and it will continue to grow progressively
NEWEST PLASTIC to hit the "Nti..U
tion-labor committee that neglect of into law by the President worse for some time." 24.nWatch
the education of rural children will market is a revolutionary water
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out that increased
result in weaknesses in sealed fabric translucent in appearance -
efficiencyof What the Difference? earning power has put a greater Y Uy
both urban and rural people. I number in the and silky to the touch but e
It's easy t. confuse the i market for new possessing( remarkable strength -

"For, within three reaeratians Greek-Turkish aid I bid and the homes, but at the same time builders Because it Is waterproof it may be Kidne\lsl:

," Mri. Weatly 1 said. "$8 general fertiga teller bill, also are afraid to start new construction used in kitchens and bathrooms for

per cent of the people of America pasted by congress. Here are because of high costs. The shower curtains, drapes, bathinette U ) Them OMOM 1M head
i theory that Harmful Body Taste
will have come front a farm the drffrrentes: prices would drop kept covers, table covers bibs aprons
home and rural school." 1. The aid bin provides tie many persons from buying or build- and for a multitude of other purposes YtiWn tram ab.Nsodiidrp mntaadrwS..atiim

million dollars to Greece and ing homes last year. Downs said. The new material is immuneto ----lq"phi
.* Nt a* Shims I ....-.. _
The irony of all these hearing Turkey atone to strengthen POLIO MENACE most acid and alkali stains and ...- !! ..... ..?,
is that when the bill comes up next these nitis against the inroads : may be laundered easily.SCHIZOPHRENIA &iIot :" "VKtfDGANSFltil

.session the committee will do the of OwBmniwn. ?SOt' Too 11(1(1Although ..

whole thing over, probably calling 2. The foreign relief bill earmarks the hitherto d
the same witnesses. The obsolete, 3M million d,Hars to it is yet too early to unmapped world of the unbalanced leatq.aIP1S.. .

expensive way house and senate stave off starvatfen and sickness know will definitely what course the disease personality, may be opened to ex. asiI oaks apt ales i.r.1 fit N1..y pepsad ba44eme. .
take r
committees do business indicates In Awtria. Greece Italy, year the infan- ptoratxm by use of a new drug -o- bmaim.t..b.
they do not trust each other. A Hungary, Poland, China and tile paralysis situation in this country called meecaline. Experimenters Ma wdsli.r.
taasld bs
Ii -e thqpwp
house committee will hold an extensive Trieste. appears considerably better report that they have been able to -=. Y strut flu RMtaM GM
hearing and when the bill than in 1M4, according to public produce visual hallucinations, particularly D..d.1,9..Dads...............
61./a lie
health saw meat ttra
gets to the senate, the senate committee service officials. in neurotic patients by administering n., .... ...........=
of much criticism from Last year a total cl -
holds the same kind of a Target approximately mescaline. They say =
hearing, calling the same witnesses Mrtam elements m congress, the j 25,000 polio cases marked that the drug may be an important factor .oasis trtW

instead of doing the obvious and measure was opposed principally; 1 I twelve month period as the second in arriving at an understanding

taking a transcript of the house on the grounds that it rearesented I | wont in history. The worst was l11C I i Tt schizophrenia, the psychologists' i

bearinrs.I' a national course which eventually when. 2'1._ cases were recorded. erm for a split personality.

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Worry is what you **me. !' I

r times read between the lines 'fGtQOUNO[ SUNDAY Lesson

OB a person's face

i According to a noted pbt si- ,t$) CRtW ClItJ't1 E' Ho\RJ.D L VDQ..1ST: D T

daD, most good tempered Phillip. \:.- O! :-e M coO i> Et,. IrlUt.U of C.Cs .
people escape "flu" The surly r-.eed fr. Vestcra Ji "sp-pT t :. -

bird gets the germ, eh! Released br Wcctem Xrvcpcccr' Uaiaa.
Letters for Special Washington Worries
The male who starts out NATIONAL DEBT MUST; BE

taping his best girl "sugar"may Delivery WASHINGTON -Fears c* a de Lesson for June 15 PAID OFF BY SACRIFICES

end up paying her a presson st.J hover o\er Cap,to -:-t .,-ed -du: dolt
Mr Tom Cluk.AttornelGrnual Lessor tubfecti a.->d Scripture trxlected re
lamp sum. : Hill the veterans' housing program J and ccpynchtrd bY lnln o.,:. ;" <,.:.cr... .-t [ 'tcirt ss: It is
A vise woman makes her I Washington, D. C, is stymied the manifold problemsof perms Council_of RcuciMa Educate; uwJC0H'S b" a huge s.-"i; so large none of us Call

husband think he is the head Dear sir: a postwar world plague the stake ; realize what it means as a total.

ttf the house when be is .*ly The papers tell me of conferences department la the background of \PPROCIHDOOM ': Broken up into equal shares ta

chairman of the entertainment m Washington on "Freedom j many of the official deliberations is each of the approximately 130 ....
committee Tram." This is a tram to be sent aD the specter of the 1948 campaigr LESSON TEXT tmni N3 J.31: : lion people of the nation it means

Waiters be over the United States to display i t while the battle of society injects a U Kind 21 14. $2,000 for each one of us to pay,
are guys who MEHORY SELECnaaV-tto: tear of the
lIen money grows on trays. hundreds of the most important i note of le\ity Here is pertinent Lord prolonfea ajw.. tat the year of plus irterest A mortgage of stl..
documents m American history, including comment on the current situation: tIe wtekcd tan 1K" raoesetei-iwche ; on each family of five, parents ...
the Declaration of Independence ; .:21. children
the Bill of Rights andLincom's TOUR POCKETBOOK Privately ,
: Fer each one of us to pay eel
Mr Truman and his ad
Emancipation Proclama- The decline: of a nation from stare most saciifct
menu v'e
t on. The purpose, you say, is "ta ; visers are still upset about a depression strength and glory to weakness and aaoetld.g; do withMt emetbing

reawaken in the AatetieaB. ytaaot 1 Recession hasn't set IT shame is always a sad thing.to contemplate we da mat actually need ar tan g taVar
the far : yet, but costs haven't come dowr Still the evident
loyalty It Is kaawn te have worse is I wtth.et. that we way save
the American way of We" Your and the price-cot campaign prove cause of such decay in the sinfulness -
that CvW. M M.WO far the faa$.
I Conferences held to a washout. The council of economic of the people and their stub-
are being get :
What of each of
advisers is true us as ate
deas on the b.-s \'.ato *.<:.1.e; *v:' told Mr. Truman that layadsnot born rejection of God's mercy and individual is equally true of the 131

I I .-ea "draatitk, tateacsrve sad ibtaut. i reflected m unemploymem Erace. .
muuon ct us couecvreiy we, me
figures-are mounting Unemployed :
The religious reforms in Judah un : bflboa
people of America owe 260
_e_ t! now total two and one-half mflbon Icier Jonah were only temporary in
Landlords nick at dollars, that we collectively moat
are ready to because
their effect the partly -
Well Mr Clark all I is that i on people I
hope the pocketbook again }fr. Truman and pay. To pay it we coDectively: ,
of their insincerity,
: own
for once in this country we have i fears a last-minute rol must save that amount T. see that
rent-ecui extension
partly because Josiah was soon
stumbled on an important eru-aa> : we do is the Job of our representatives -
bID which he'll be forced te tiDed in battle Yet God did not
which has within Itself so ranch at Washington It is not their
like the
sign OPA bill last summer. without ,
leave his -
wandering people
Sealed Power Piston Rings natural appeal that it will not have The rent biD has in mind job to see that some do without noav
congress !! good counsel for it was in those :
t. be linked with flap doodle, Al
and do not. af
up essentials some
means increases of from 15 to 50
Restore PowerSave GasSave OH! days that the great prophet Jeremi- :
and the usual
ballyhoo, baloney Maine
pa. cent in rent costs. us, whether we live ta aw
per ab ministered. He had been the ;
rades ef bathing beauties movie I California a Washington or nar
You can make an old engine good of Josiah in his good purposes I
cuties radio comics etc I the NEW
I hope HOMES-Making no noosing ida and all the states m bet see
sc new when it begins to show ; hallowed documents testifying to progress for the veteran is the ; now he continued to plead are expected to do without some af

signs of age! There's a Sealed I the struggles and accomplishments whole administration: housing program with Judah to submit themselves the things we may want, but rte

Power Individually Engineered of America will not be ushered Into Ec/momists say six billion : to God and to his will we have been able to get along wiHi
His efforts to be fruitless as :
any American community with the dollars worth of new homes were m the that
Ring Set specialty made for I Ii out past we may pay
your for
I far Judah concerned we
customary escort of girl drum majors : necessary by 1>47. Figures snowless as was that 250 biffior dollars af uatiaaa
car, truck or tractor engine amusement world clowns and i than half of that win be boflt i, see that indebtedness

whatever the make model or movie colony wives plus assorted This means chances of a new house ,, I. Judah Would N.t Respond t. cm CP SUBSIDIES

cylinder wear condition.See your husbands and apartment are almost nil also God's Mercy (Jer. 36:%, 3), Regardless of what our calbag

Sealed Power Franchise Dealer. __-_ that continued high demand puts God commanded his prophet to may be. ittsuptoustoda wrthost
This "Freedom Train" bearingthe renters at mercy of landlords write down his words m order that
Save oil,save gas restore pov.ul! know the that something a former proll ate
originals of papers so vital to the people might not only
have that
SOCIETY NEWS Passing of congress may given us,
Send a postal for illustrated 1 America and tracing it from its Inevitable impending judgment but
; Mrs. Evalyn Walsh McLean leaves money may be saved to apply en
I God's desire ,
,informative new bloody birth through its pain- especially be reminded of -
many ::Oklahoma national debt The
bcokleton7waystoaaveoat oil heiress Mrs Perle payments. sacs
ful is sacred It is that they shook! turn from their
it'. free and struggles a thing : farmer the cattle
may; II Mesta as No. 1 reigning queen of wheat or cotton ,
too fine to need self-exploita : evil ways and be forgiven. I
UT you Iota of nworiSaud any I and the fruit
Washington society. Mrs. Meats hog grower, grower
Power Corp.. tions and professional monkeyshines DEC would have thought that they
wined and dined the Truman before should be wining to forego subsidy
would have responded to merCy
It Is on too high a level for
H. S. T. became president. payments, that money may be
with an immediate and grateful
wisecracks. jazz What of the farmer
Runner-up in saved is true
society sweepstakesis
return to the Lord, but they did not.
and h We
music -twisting! cm
INDIVIDUALLY Mrs. Moms CafntzDEMOCRATIC fit is eQUally true of all others: the
Jeremiah, a unique man great
take it straight Mr AUoraey-Geu- r
ENGINEERED : tirhrtei manufacturer, the merchant, fee
that he
,r e'aL j DOTS AND ability was so ail
Tours hopefully O.SIIESDemocratic party headquarters has often been called the weeping worker and professional man
who have been that extra
Elmer have started sprouting prophet. Do not infer that he was aweak receiving
i j something from the government,
SEALED POWER "Truman in '41" buttons. They emotional character for he
P.S.-I promise to tern out to see l i say either directly or indirectly.:
that it's Mr was strong in the Lord and courageous
J, MB Hancock's signature even if no longer a secret that holding
The -
government employ,
PISTON RINGS Truman wiB What in the face cf rejection and
rum secrets
is a
nc soathpaw pitcher, "Oscar" win- ; a needless job, who does sot
li' IN N W CNGINfS'iS' rer: or fancy ice skater is given a that he hasn't been }paying much persecution He urged upon willingly quit and seek productive
attention to recommendations froirus the necessity of submitting to Bab-
employment that will help in paying
to whom God had riven ,
e e e Democratic national committee ylon, power
and above all to the Lord, for a our government debt should be
\ Hollywood. Red Scare WAR AND PEACE DEPT.-Gen- spiritual cleansing and revival arbitrarily retired, and so tweed

Gas Stomach Adatphe )le>njou. Robert Taylor oral Marshall now finds state department Our second section brings before I' into doing his part. *'

on Leo McCarey, Ruppert Hushes and is no bed of rose' Marshall the further sin cf King Jehoiaknn For many years we have had the
.. ..... ..... ...*- us
.. .I h T ir rs..rer 1 worried about .
others that is
____. .. ...... (prim MftMBleortTj charge Hollywood everything who led his nation on to destruction.We seemingly inevitable "pork" appropriation
....- --w-- rswsrs Tawb with Communists who never hem congress to the decorations olus see that and for the past several

__r.r.r-h"_' 1OeI.... niss a chance to slip into 'a him new offices Senator Vandenberg H Judah Would Not Receive 'sWord rears especially congress has keen

y.r.r$ft.._"'-1_w.e_. b6..w. a.I nr.y w_....mhr1',r..Z k: something ubrersive What! And won't budge on confirmation of (Jer. 36:2 -31). lavish hi its spendincs for unessential
r a ae u.. __. Francis Biddle to be American '
with Eric Johnston announcing only : At God's command Jeremiah and and expensive public projects

she! other day that a Red doesnt ielegate to U. V social and economic his scribe Earuch had prepared the I which we had been able to jet along

care show his face m: the picture council This is a very important scroll with God's Word upon ft. One I xithout Until that government debts

e world! job. Vandenberg want of the nation leaders was movedby paid or greatly reduced, the time

e e e more business-minded man in job. it, and through his urging, the I| has come to again get along without
Te boil your I oIe s pert u4 rot.- Marshall refuses to throw his .
B itlenffkMamma's such projects. At best, such projects
.r' CO.tor.ab17 recurs aD d.rsadeery scroll was brought to the attentionof
day, t" dmtat'a amaamg dw- prestige on the table in all-out fight I acre beneficial only to the people
bib ( .
celled 8T AZL Kotpcvttetl ""mesa'" I little s aN9ia : BIddle. the king.Jehoiakim
STAZE UMIU pJeualit-co-cue M list for sitting before the fire, I of one state, or one section They

&Ma7t. Oct Accept Ue a tube* (itbstttstclSTAZE at IlraaJJa \./ lie', 'uial ed with keno and bib! I Even the art murals at state heard only part of it. and then in were largely "pork," the purpose .f

1 We'd men Mn tfr te great bed defiance of God he took a penknife hith was to catch votes.
:ratlchance : ::,: department worry ManfcaM
row : New tate >part meat bvMmc and cut it up and burred it. Now is a time for the most stringent -

H the! nest 1 AId sleep ia Ue was designed for war depart One cannot help but think of thosein economy, for doing only those

nib! meat. and eateraig dtptaitats our day who call themselves things that will keep the wheels

AMaa Deaay. are confronted with murals of i, moaern thinkers or liberals, who turning Those expensive luxuries

e e e tenting guns fiery taaas aad :, have also used their penknifes on owe were able to get along wtthaatm

THE OLD DAYS Ann; timber planes-fearAy a God's Word. They cut out of the the pact we can and must caa

The first permit ever issued for motif for pea re. Bible everything they do not like, mue to yet along without uatii that

an auto to enter Central ParkbY'Ou&ht and offer the hungry people fee stone i debt up::>d. Of tee total each aae *fjs

rite -_.. ...... .r a huh price at auction the j REPtBIICiN WORRIESGOF : af their own philosophies m place of .' owes $2000 and each family t i5ve

ago t "t .A..aide... .. .i.r -toe a qO.e other day. The permit was Ksued i becomes more and more d'=:tbed! | the Er ad of life Think what their owes $ ".

non.sect d BIK/ to Curtis P Bradv in 1W9 It ape"iAd about ticking Mr Truman Old political ", judgment will be! To tee that *e do these things is

us led 0 watt.eapt.dat rr tdr that "in accepting tins tae axiom. "You can't lick someone I God's Word is ret so easily gotten the job of our representatives at
J with no one" still holds good. out of the The prophet Washington
,pry es, oslr u't .' .,tr agrees to exercise tie treitR way
yMta 'f A t.cua.aled fait rac a.e care to aroid fntbtr..n- her 1 m :Oast trr.oaarst Mr. Truman and they haveno scroll and in it to declare theawful LEUETIES ALONE
tesatts eave any danger or anMyaece
t.reuu corr. to other users .f tee park." muted policy freauertty step 4m j judgment of God noon the one We abaci hope tH MuaH new
lacatroaut$ each other's toes.RtDLE1'S wr. mutSated hut Word. earth
a ,' ,Ik tss's etf t sc.Y \\10 can remember away bark government has
"en hordes sorted, reared and $ R\1'ft. Two To try to destroy God's truth by wee n the far-flung Panic isJaskis

at the sight of auto Back fre and violence is as fruitless as
belted an Vied Gen. Omar Bradley vets admin daterent
to to tear the stars from the I
the 'OI1ection of
T us coTtes a heavens or to keep the son from I make to should
vied the
no\r.COCIhen we used to start dr u'- congress Bradley took the rnaxtomveterans you you
.r.j: Charlie Atwood big b'srk bureau remolded it al'. 11iuniD&The irked leaders of a islands, and which they have mode

-'rte out of Ward street into Da\ most' bv sheer will power into Due great nation have tried that once o me Not one.. but may said:

,,POrt axente; and, seeing a PAoe'art'ord most efficient veterans orrenuat more ID recent years. and they now When, a century ago. the inrenaBar -
in the distance turn lie dead for their sins with the nation &es came they had the Ba. aid
m the nation hi $roy. Y*t. he eets '
;"T:"d and headed the ether *-v. almost no recognition He money a subject peot-te j broken and ail I the Hawaiians had the tea*. Haw

I' 1"1' horse had seen it first th.r"E' rev eneroie*. get mto few fght but destroyed !i the dcTcensVnts of the miraianaries

wager and Phi tups would tines his job. Slogan around the I One wonders a T-v those who profess ; :ave the land and the Hiwiiass!

ate g,-ne .n d.fferent' directiORS White House is 'Omar can take to serve the Lord will engage ave me B be.TtO make .at
.. I ie such aetH; ty, evea as aae tatemeat with no nafeee. and as 0

Apple Tree in Blown c.re ofjumself Bradley does. I -_ at Judah. a favored people otf .A ill. They aft pNIIII d lee Aaaed.an .

.%ORICl'LTt'RAL OUTLOOK God, refusing to receive ha Word C'rtr.oeMtup, but they have a
rift above ...
Ethereal new tr. One cabinet member with few head God ss not w JJ'II: to give up. and tLttgir.g for the grass skrts cf yes

Perfume. and petal and hweaisgwind. +I aces able Secy of Agriculture | now tries ch s'i enent. But .e see !. ''f'ar. la many a home dINt

Omton Andaraoa Farm 00110141 mat ;uch a skirt is hanging. may at !
GALUA The miracle has c.iae to pas*- this year M bright Surpluses will be III J"*ab Would Not Rcc.grire; >rn mooors but aevcr outside flat
of the earth aid mod.
to .
Springuzae Wakatt. empie to restock sorely tried reserves : God Prniduus (H Kiags S*: S4Jehoiaknm ), MUM We orb uM 'd the nv wards

for the i&uc 4J.d e _Katharyn a but not !large enough IB be had became the vassal! crop both heir grass skirts aid

alarming Even sugar outlook is im ; of Babylon, but afer three years heir teal Let them continue as the

on your smile General: Eisenhower has aamed a proving at home with drop in foreign he decided to try to throw off the 1lPf. fUe-1r.-e driUrvn of natare,
group of young officers to lad out ; demand. Dairy prices disturb; vith such cartaais apd gareMBMtI
I i of his Nebuchadj '
E jRr rr c.zu a...+ the wit be Eke a. vorct yoke onpresartr, -
what next war die
I Il.e experts who don't know what ..wIt.be'U &HUJ' He was not able at the tone I I! is they prefer. nawfiaajni afI
1 Heaps renew Ua...Wiaa WIaU They can find oat by sflsng to settle at. Foreign cotton oe- I to deal with the situation. and so be I odv are net 'l .Jeb. **%ef* thace

d* ___ Lan-ef- -rorsr Brooklyn baseball park and mood has dropped. which may ear :, incited marauding bands from van- A Hawaii a century ag 0,
+I. c-eer Jig the G!ants. pressure on cotton prices despite : e e e
other nations to harass Judah.
z... IIIiaJ Mtrt4w.e la Cola e e ass
..........taswr ar.aaa.4.. shaft crop. Farm labor outlook M : We see, however, that this carre THE Aatcricaa borne is a dau srI -
which hM a am*effect oa gum Organized labor now has several still ... wtta city jobs offering abort at the conunasdmeBt ef God I ITO I I :>;as place Ikanng 1"4 t';..,.. ware,

....be4ps ale. t has._wd a.I.md. I radio programs an the air aat theN shsttp campettben i way of eow ( 2, J). EvMtealfer fee was now througaou: tae MUta. a total fH
...,.TeUlex .
ap rou i' 'A' >Ie idea is somewhat feaaaV work snare gnenbacks using ate: d tref ag exfeneares etYe .. fatal home ictttoa
ltd. L JMJ..- li./.rA I capped by the fact Wiatnaj OHI to tarn Jodah tat* to hlie: bet I thatt tf.HMe'*s ?e an ;aiate.. .

III ri ., fM'w ........ can't croon mod Phfl MautSf la BO care agaaa it prated to te in niL osbeae ire ate' safe.JI '

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!: .: (jHr GLADKS COUXTT DEMOCRAT FlU 0.\,:, jrr.NB /doll j 1\\
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Dania savable or unfavorable committee'on his put earainn and his present %OTICB I scythed property situated In GLADES: j
Couple's Trip Florida, to-wit.
i County
.- j reports paaaace of measures by bank balance nut ne is afraid, Tract ai, Section 4. T.wa. W.. U
Ends In Clewiston j house and senate bat It sit adds up be won't do so wen during the neat ('o..d.witb Notice i* hereby Chapter given ZSA7S.that,taws in c-of The South.assessment Range tt of Fast tMANrerty jj:t .:.4.* -
I to a question mark as to what two years and doubts if he can t94'.. the Hoard cf Svpervsaors ofDiston under the said certrflcal ed
Hospital After Crash 1 really happened. count on as much rerenve. HP Island Drainage District has was in the name of Frank JL lok. '
caused 10 be prepared a budget of theDebt
I said certificate shall be redeemed
Unless :
'*" that I de- thinks maybe they should and
\ publisher suggested try Service requirement and the according- law. tax
rote this column! to a resume of 'rot expense: Mayke let the maidgo cost of maintaining ,and operating III will issue thereon on th* i deed
Mrs. William PerrSvircjry-- what occurred this -' .. Thatis I' and do lens entertaining. Bat I of District the work for and the I.oYI1t.of period beginning the Jply. A. D. 1941. ifci
eral Highway Dania wn injured November 1, 1947, and ending October (SEAL) D. S.
it .
a large order and I doubt if these suggestions don't set very Clerk Circuit C*
and the tar she was riding in badly II. It.1. and that said b dget is on .
'. could be covered in a book, much file in the office- of the Secretary of Glade County
damaged in an accident in Clewis- less a column. What they didn'tdo well.So, the conference winds up with the District and the same nay be June 13227., July 4. "
tan | xnrained at the office of the Secre
morning If j would nuke another sizeable everyone agreed that during the t
According to Chief of Police J. '!volume. next two years mother must hare tary.The Board of Supervisors of Diaton :\nTIt'.: MP %riM.lt'TIH> 'tlt I

W.. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Perry were: Maybe I can draw a word picture a new car, dad mast build a new the Inland office Drainage of the District District will on meet July in 1. TIT llfifellNOTICE

a route from their home to New I) that the average person can under building and expand his business, 1947 at .... o'clock In the evening GlVEst, ThatR
E. & T., for the of bearing 19 HEREBY !
Tort City for their Tacation. They J, stand. Let's reduce the legislature and the home mast be painted. objection and complaint prpoe* with respect D. Yod r. hoMer of fevmrlndes ,
were driving on Sugarland.Highway, to a "family circle." Imagine this Everybody must have a lot of news| to said budget I>I Drainage numbered 48 District and 4,Tax dated Ceiwoktes 6s7 1st ;
in downtown Clewiston at abort< seated around the living clothes. 8Ul.... BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ,
family group go to college DICTON DRAINAGE day of June. A. D. 1 45. has ftM.paid
'7:3 A. M. whea the second car; room drinking coca colas and and this represents the passage of DIED certificates in my office anm.. has I
) t Issue -
made application for tax
ahead of them slowed for a turn discussing family problems that bills by the legislature calling for IS.OIKKOH.J. E. Frierton. President.June thereon in accordance
left at the school cone intersection. |! must be considered during the next: improvements or services for which Said certificates embrace' i
I described, property 1t.
The car immediately ahead also two years. they hare failed to provide funds GLADES lag County Florida,
lased down. Mr. Perry tamed I Dad gets out his pencil and be- It is like authoring 20 new school \ trri.ir'Tin" 'on EH of the SE>% and SH I
of the SW section la. had
eat to pass the first car and crashed gins to figure. Business has been buildings several new fonr-laae TIIKI: 8EV NWH of the SEV%of Section ft. alt
Into the second, a light delivery. pretty good and he has some money highways and a new state Hospitaland I in Township 41 Booth, Kanaje. 12 I
NOTICE Itt HEREBY ;IVES. that East. .
track owned and operated by A. L. r in the bank He alao has made not providing the necessary J. J. Wiggins, holder of "erglad..sfralnagl' The assessment of said i
Hoover. Clewiston. The Ferry'sear j i provision for insurance and certain money. 'I District Tax Certificate under the said certificate !
then went into a 39-foot skid. numbered ZCt. dated the 7th day of In the name of S. P. ) L. '
I fixed expenses. Well the 1947 tegtsteture agreed I September, A. D 1M1. bas filed said Unless said certificates .... i
Mrs. Perry was taken to Sugar- Mother starts the ball rolling by that a lot of things should be done. certificate i-my office and has made deemed according to law I
land Hospital where, according to stating that she needs a new car and passed measures calling for application ta accordance for tax with deed law.to time Skid thereon Certificate -- July will lame A. D.thereon 1547. on the ff

Mrs. Helen Petets. )asspital super and a lot of new clothes. Bill, the changes and Improvements that I embrace the following dO' (SEAL) S. Wl i
intendent. she was fonnd to be suffering eldest son, wants to go to college will take a lot of money if carried Clerk CirimiB.t COla <.. '

a fractured ankle lacerations, and wants a radio. ck he and a out. They took it for granted I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID (. It, M.***ft.OWMrtr.JMM J.ly ... .
and considerable shock. NeitherJtfr. few other things. Sister Sue wants i that present revenues will continueon .
Perry nor Mr. Hoover were Injured her room done over and a whole about their present level and ..'it:

although the truck belonging new set of furniture. Grandpa decided to let Dad worry about
to the latter was also badly says the house ought to be paintedand where the money was coming from.It I::

damaged. a new roof put on. And so it 'I made little effort to effect 'frkiGQt

goes.Before economics. and indications are that the Habit of Shopping t'' ,"i
Chevrolet To Present they get through, enough the money will run out before the
needs are advanced to wipe out the program it approved can be ac
New Line of Cars present bank account and call for complished.But ,

several thousand dollars besides. Dad can always call another t The h

Chevrolet will soon present new These needs as expressed by the family conference. In the meantime i

lines of commercial cars and trucks. various members of the family represent he will sweat it out trying to make ""Family FortMyern
Hub Spooner of the Christian Cbev- bills introduced in a legis- ends meet and when he gets behind
rolet said today upon bs return lature. The discussion about each I with the rent or can't meet his
from Jacksonville where he witnessed need represents consideration of: payroll he'll probably call the Dept. ,

a p re-show Ing for Chevrolet committees. j folks back in the parlor and have e i '
Store Ha.
Dealers in this area. I Mother's demands are considered I another try at untangling his financial -

"Without doubt the new line of reasonable and everyone agrees I backlash. 1
Chevrolet trucks is the finest ever they should be provided. The same' In the meantime you can help
-offered to the American goes for all the other proposals. by buying more liquor smoking
Mr. Spooner said.Hln PUbliC.1, Dad has a few ideas of his own. He more cigarettes playing the races Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More
fort and hauling efficiency the vehicles -i wants to expand his business build (but not in bookie Joints* and !
set new standards which are i a new building and purchase needed burning gasoline. BUY FROM OUR: C.\T.-\LOG-onr 10OOOO Items!

certain to secure the endorsement I equipment. He says such action I

.ef all truck owners and drivers." I is imperative if he is to make II
sufficient money to take care of all I I
The new line of trucks will beshown the other items of expense: - -,
in Clewiston within the near ;
The family committee think this GUARANTEED
future the exact date to be announced -
is all right too, so long as they get
later. Truck owners and
the things they want. But Dad'-
operators and all others interestedin Watch HOMOGENIZEDITAMIN'ITMILK
plans must not Interfere with
truck transportation will be welcome .
their's and each member of the famIly -
Mr. Spooner said. :
feels that his or her demand is '
the most important and should receive Repairing

D+: :----x-: I. -+++>' the first consideration.Dad .
-- points out that to do every 7 DAY SERVICE t
thing that should be done is impossible \ And Other Alfa Products
:Too Late To Classify on his present financial S .

basis so they go into a huddle to AVAILABLE AT YOUR 1
J Our large repair depart-
Uv RUSSELL KAY consider ways and means of raisIng -
more money. Sister Sue thinks ment is now able to give 7 GROCERY AND

e Q ceo 0 Q n6''rtW',,K ry4S+.-}Y:hwir maybe she could get a job and contribute day service on watch repair-

something. Son Bill offersto DRUG STORE :
ing. We have a staff of highly -
To the average citizen, busy with sell his stamp collection and I
his own affairs the activity of a thinks maybe he could realize competent and skilled I

legislative session is beypnd his enough on it to pay for the radio workmen who turn out gua- ,
comprehension. He hears of this he wants.
ranteed work. We use nothing LFACREAMERY
or that bill being introduced, fa- Dad has prepared a budget based I j
----- but genuine parts and ma- i
terials. Send watch. j
us your 1
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c Special attention to mail or- I

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