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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 20, 1947
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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System ID: UF00028301:00175

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Kenneth Murdock Has On Baptist Hour I Cake Walk Proves Big

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Close Call Wednesday Success Saturday Nite


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\i Car Found Following : ; Band Concert HighlightsGala
LONG RANGE \WATER :
Morning+ In Deep ; PTA WILL\ CONVENE Occasion


..' Canal I I j jKeaaiUi I PLAN is APPROVED !I FRIDAY A T SCHOOL : Here


Murdock 26. of Moore;! Everything' coatributed to the
A long range water tontrui i plan
Haven shook bands with the GrimI. The Moore Haven PTA A,8O'ia-1 success of the Cake Walk at Moore
costing ,3'J.uOi.ClOo and cohering
'Reaper. late Wedaecday night ia a over alas hundred square miles of I ion will hold its first summer meet- Haven SatI&T4ay..t. The Moore
treat acddoBt oa Highway 10-I Itkree Everglades country was approvedat .n< Friday eveaiag JaDe 27. at 8 Haven band was ia exeellaM form

ales vest of Clewiatoa-aadaaraaad a meeting ia Belle Glade Wednesday > m. ia the home economics room there was pleattfal apply of
with a taoroagh duckiag evening. Delegate from the ii the High School. cakee with sager ratioainx mak-

aaiaor bruises and shock entire district met with suck aa unexpectedly I All members of the organisation; tag its exit oily a few days Wore

The car, a convertible coupe large crowd that it wa arc urged to be present as well as ian i a big crowd turned oat for theevemt

owned by Vernon Bryant who necessary to. transfer the meeting ., other persons who are iatere.t-I' and ewes the weather fell inline

coved from Clewiston to Moore Ha- place. Harold E. Scott chief if I cd in the programs for sad cooperated to a certain

vaa only tact week left the cute the corps of engineers report fee ; which this group activates. Plaas exteat.
alehway fwd Btaaeed into the swift lion outlined the plan which call I L will be discussed for the regular The newly organized committee

waters of a draiaa*[ canal at the for PIP square miles, sdrcted, with'' fail meetings and projects will bed! headed by Mrs. H. C. Keenan
roadside. at about 11 p. m. Wednes and proposed for the coming pronounced the affair saceessfal
an interior ria canal an out-
d&,. A throe hoar teach headed by side rim canal. Other canals wouj Tear. school II from a financial standpoint and, theoaad

Highway Patrolman A W. Miller be constructed in the interior and 1 It is the aim of the PTA assolation -, fund was increased. ..l, staD1i&I11. -

I ad participated in by a dotesTolaateor existing canals would be improved,I to make this year's work the I) ::

, .,!. *. who dove until exhausted with plans for highways throughout I A s;-.. ial program t _' ...:g the most outstanding Many plans are L. R. Tales acting as cake auctioneer.

i t I by eMy water and strong cur- the area included The current I 4 th ann-versarj of t_ I'.tg WoMjan' now in the tentative stage at present provided laughs as he attempted -

; reats. proved f.Ule--tJae car want I Ir plan if only tentative, Scott poine.d !- Auxiaary of ,iW.lean's ; for future meetings, and several to wring higher prices
I r not located until alter daylight oat. *.4.s s.a tIP Missionary Union will 3 broadcast new projects are under consideration from the bidders for the delicacies

Thursday.r'* 1 James E. Beardsler of Cleviston I' on the Baptist Hour ?..;.Jjf morning -I which will require the whole prepared by the housewives of the

,. i; 2tfar4k van driving the borro*' represented Headry County at the June 22. at 8:30. Mrs George hearted cooperation of every mem- community and donated tag: the

*d ear to Ctowsstosi to meet his meeting with representatives from R. Martin president oj the W :er au<| !interested" person. of .the. talk. After: & week of intense

wife who was returning by bus federal state and local agencies, I-i community.sn T";: "* I practice, the Moore Haven band

tram a days' riot in West Palm and from six other counties present. .. The main purpose of holding summer yet on a concert which was pronounced
.B eath. He met the has at the old er The program will originate at sessions of the group, Is to by members of the audi-

Cl -wtet a dairy and turned aroundto I I'f Ridgecrest. N. C. where the Y W I become fully organized at the beginning eaee as the beet yet
tatta it. While is permit of COMMmESNAMED II A Assembly is in session of the fall semester so BOi GradtuJe

, it the right rear tire blew oat. The The local T. W. A. girls of the I i Continued on Page :St I Group lagwwcs .

l vibration caused by the 1 1e..- ut I I Fu"t Baptist Church will meet for 1 With so much depending on the

- caused the hood to come up thus AT LEGION t a radio breakfast at the home of wholehearted cooperation 01 every

obscuring his view. With his view 1; MEETCampbell f the pastor. Rev John A. Moore at LOCAL FISHERMENHAVE person connected with the combination -
cat off the car span into the ditch I Iatu.r I 7 : :su: Sunday morning Following cake walk and concert. it is
devotional and breakfast only natural that the finance committee -
careening some 75 feet. a program
Kail Commander of the they will hear the program. agroup LUCK! of the Glades County Band
The impact threw Murdoek oat local American Legion Post has I' GOOD Association should wish to thankall
of the car and he managed to swim made the following committee appointment -
The Baptist Hour be heard who contributed to its success.
ashore cad crawl to the highway. for may
the
ensuing year:
I over Station WIOD. Miami and station -I Especially does their gratitude and
Here be was foancl-Tel" wet. Membership: Ward, chair Sport fishermen in Moore Haven
anfferiBg extreme shock, by Jack man. WFLA Tampa at 8.30 Sun- reported an excellent meek with rod'and I appreciation go- oat. to the following -

Berkytj, manager of the :Moore Ha- Athtatfe-CofcajZL Moore, chair- day morning : reel In local waters with J. s.1) : \ '
1 .e.. ha.tre. Bnrkejte brought Mar map, ". WUHaghanu'Duteher at'the Parkinton's -) AH who:aontriouted-0-' ;ir -based f' -

g dues a' tai as the Moore Haven intersection Legal-J. M Cowee, chairman. department store coming tat$ cakes.

when Sonny Stalls member Service and Refeabllitatioa E.Beardsle CLEWISTON RIGHT with one of the largest single fish j The K and K Electric Company i

of the Democrat staff carriedM ,. chairman. a big-mouth bass weighing eight: for nee of their office rooms and t

to Moore Haven. The accidentwas War Memorial-W. C. Owen.I pounds two ounces. Another of the for their service ia wiring the ;
I.: reported to Patrolman Miller, chairman SCHOOL ADDS NEW\ four which: Willingham landed iatwo !! theatre bsttding. ,

; who, with Stalls aDd several other Liaison Officers-Sandy Bell and; hours of fishing weighed jut'! Miss petty Aoatasen for actingas :

volaateers. weal to the scene of the Joe M Hall.BuildingCarl. i over four pounds with the other!! reeej oalet for eakos. j

ifctaae and endeavored to locate Berner chalratea.Sandy .i VETERANS COURSE two scaled at five pounds. 'I L. R Tate far acttag. aa-
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ear. I'cw.... strange maaae Bell Harry Johnson Jiav Honors for the biggest catch ia: ctioneer. .
W tea drifted back some 2neattoward mie Weaver and Dick Hooks. numbers goes to Broadus Gaatt'
John 1; < i" ..rul. dim tor announced Jack Barkette far aM of the I
i Clesi.toa-be- Entertainment-Jimmy and Jim Woodward.who. broaght'home ; theatre .
baildtag
U jda thtri i. i8ton Flight room.
fo.. 'ling to the bottom of the chairman, Ned Hager. we..er.1 > 1$ excellent bass aid threw'back j
Training srhooi jt the C wuton airport Harvey Chewing for as* at the
I Amerfcaaisai-A. W. 15 "to grow up. Gaatt reported -.
ma*. C. I. Holliaf wo th, Robert I will include training for commercial all of Ills baas were taken !* saicropaoae
pilots in the near future Broadus Gaatt aid Settle's Sundry -
t Highway Officer Kelly. ]r. C. Doke. J. R. Randolph! on aa Dalton Special silver flash :
store for of electric tans.Lloyd .
This will enable aew students those use
G. D. Backstraw.I'ibik I Buster H...... Fraaklia Sheridan ;
I new enrolled: and graduates of Summers for healing
i To Leave July 1 I
Relations--J. K. Rogers.ChrlsUaas i aDd Arthur Burros went through chain
training at the school la the pastto and heavy muceeal inetra-
Tree-W. E. Dillaf.Conrussader I the old Moore Haves Canal to die,
prepare themselves for commercial meats to and from the school hae.Mr .
Nail also states that edge of Lake Okeechobee and fish-i,
A. W. Miller State Highway Patrolman flying Lundy and the city crew far
l aaaoaaead! today that oa the executive committee>> will fa ed the pepper grass ia a 5t.yard
putting lights ia the
There are more than twenty students I park ta tiptop -
; July 1 he will be transferred from named hi the aaar tature. Picas now enrolled' the flying radius, and returned with a bag shape for the "_t.
this territory to the Wauehnla district are going forward for the anaaal limit for each. with the largest bass, And James
school most of whom will have t to Woodward and
Officer Miller has bees lathe Labor Bay program aid syafjihlaf weighing six pounds, and severalat
every member of the band
completed the :35 bears flung time a
highway patrol work liMe points to a very suet natal year four pounds each. Barroa uses "
hearty "thank is extended for
required for a private Ik-ease. Nine yo.
1941 His service patrolman ahead. a Joaasoa Saooa with pork Had.
aa a I of these have already aaaoaaced I providing a grand concert.
was interrupted daring the war J. K. Rogers Publicity their intention of taking the DeW sad says that aayoae can go anywbete With such cooperation and teamwork -
when he served 1} usoatas oversea Chairman. there's water ia this area and the
course as soon as it is bgaa committee is assured that
the 82nd Airborne Division of get an the bass he wants. !
with
Ii The new program is expected M I the project is certain to be a great
paratroa perm. Drainage District go nits effect wtthia the nest Clearing skies and warm weather -t I success.

On his return. Officer Miller ... (Continued oa PaP S) after test week's heavy rains together
assigned fee this district and daring .I Meeting At Court with the "right moon phase,' Strange Bird Here

the part 1C months has established -i and "black fish'' oa the fishing I
a flae record here. Local House WednesdayMembers Stamp Free Sugar calendar all point to the beet big Finally IdentifiedA

law ea/mcmeaU officers speak very On Grocers' List mouth bass fishing of the season
highly of feto work, are load in their of the board of supervisors within the next week or two. I i
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praises of his record aid voice of the Newhall Drainage District I Catches BOW being reported here strange 1ttrd..1 d1 recently
their aaavodattoa for his coopera- have announced that a meeting Household inasnsaiirs aid public and in Clewiston Indicate that all I( was observed and which nested In J

tion la the extra work he has doneon will he held at the court house, eating places thin week. tbaad ngarIlut these signs combined may really a tree ta the yard of Mrs. Edna Q. a
.. I of the war years' long BstI something after all. Barb**, has finally been elasrtfied. i
his own Uamo. n helping the in Moore Haven Wedaesday evening mean
I of rationed Hews-returned togrocery At first BO see in the earaawnMyeoald i
"}H is a mighty tine officer- Joe 25. at 8 p. m. The hoard
shelves completely stamp- provide a same or Meattfythe
extends a cordial Invitation to Moore Haven Team
says Cktot .of Police Taylor ofClewistoa. I free creature, and for want of a1
.Al..y with a county and city coauainatoaers to
attend the meeting sad ups that In Miami. Branch Director Harold Plans League Play better elasstfteadoa. k was niek-
helping ...... Although b one\ "
of aimed "Tag Boat Aaate because
member of these groups be )Martin of the U S Department
eaforceateat every
of the + law
yavaaeat Agriculture's Sagar Ratioatng Administration I of its fog-aora like croaking
men ta tfcte area he has shown re- present anaoaaead bat Thursday Soft hall players of Moore Haven aid erratic fBgat.Mrs. .
I to the-
Purpose of the meeting
markable goad Judgment, rigid discipline discussion aid coasideradoa of improvesaaat -- line 12) the dtoeoatiauaace are urged TO attend a meeting at : Barber west ta the trabfe
aid a spirit of eooacratioa of sugar rationing to hoasaeld consumers the local diamond Sunday afternoon -! of writing to the college of art and
of the road sad levee
whisk has made his all-too-I River and iastftatioael seers hat at 3 p 18. at which time science at the University of Florida :.

brief stay here one to be bag remesabared. Other along the Catoosaaatehee to the district its coattaaatioa for tadastrtalaaers plans will be laid for a schedule I giving a description of the bird,

We all regret that h* win matters be pertinent brought up at thtameeting He aaaf the action taken for the coming season. It is intended -: and asking if It could be identified.
rout leave." to eater into league play with The reply came yesterday from J.
All interested person s by order of Secretary of AgrtcattareCliatoa i
Caauteat. from other law ..1oH t- P. Aadersoe. became effective several Clewtstoa teams, as well as C. Dickinson Jr., teaching fellowat
are urged to be present.
meat ot fcrs here is an eho ot the at lttl a. m. Thursday, Jane nine from ether communities. The the college. The letter says In

Clewiston chief's views.Fatraawan 12th local players are anxious to or- part: _
Jehn ColUer. now eta Mrs. Turner Sails Despite the ratios action the ganise in order to take part in this The description furnished of the

will relieveMr. and related products league playing bird in question mod closely fits
tidied in Fort Myers To Join price oa sugar ,
Mtter on Jaly 1M CaptainMrs. win cofitteae nnder SRA Tentative plans are now made for one of the ant's; probably the
control with the doUar-and-rents games oa Monday and Friday nights grooved-bin anL The bird is smaller -

lR COMPANY BULLETIN: Lucy Bowen of Moore Haven prices aaaoaaeod May, 1 still in effect at the dewiston field under lights. than a crow black all over and
received word Tuesday that hei It is also planned to reconditionthe the tip of the bin is depressed In

-- daughter Mrs. L. P. Turner an< For tadastrial users of sugar. local field and games will 'be' inch a way that It might appear

J. E. Ca1d1r- 1. of Abbeville. baby daughter. Flan salted flYokahams r who are stttj subject to tientng.SRA scheduled here I I parrotUkeestinr records of this

L*, 1W.a401 the Ruth Sugar Japan to join her bus. will Iss4 otffeiaf ehetks Players and nO 1.aYMI alike, species are quite rare for Fleida.

Ine stated In a telephone roa.ter bald Captain Turner stationed alI I which mast be 'surrendered to suppliers are urged to be present at the Sunday The normal range of the bird is '
>atioiiVed Uy evening Kyvtrizau with the Army Air Force when sagar U'purchased. afternoon meeting since team I eastern South America Yucatan and
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I Captain Turner expects to be ii r material is needed as well as a41ce the West Indies
with Kd Pri r on of Moor H. :11
of
Japan two years He was with a Just a resmiader Have you paid At present the team Is under The remarkable concidence .
vraWe definitely will be down I P-3S fighter wing in England 1!I your pledge for the swimming poi! the leadership of Mr Morrison: the nickname. "Annie" and the true

there the latter part of neat week. i i months daring the wart fund' high school principal. 1 I name "Ani is not explained.
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Kathleen Norris Says : I IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL i'eAwhil' II I




Dangerous, Delicious Poison SUNDAY L esson


*S..r.d c.te -"l Ft..res Statistics Out 5preadinc-
By HAROLD t. LCKDQCIST. D. D. I
Of The Moody Bible lasatuU ot Chica.. Bus Driver-How old are )cj. Irate Diner-Waiter, there's a
B.Ie.*.. by Western Newspaper Union. little girL twig in my soup.

Passenger-I'll pay: full fare and Waiter-I'm not surprised, sir.

keep that information to myself. We've branches_all over the city.
Lesson for June 22 i
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Anyone can have rheumatism, II
Lesson roWecU and Scripture texts ('" but it takes wealth to support glut T** touch #/ that nune't trod..
lec'.rd and copyrighted by International 1 ceded my }duel krott i**.....
Council uTilE_.-of.. Religious Education: used by I'' TM,:a bean the ilptte Jl e"H
And Sand the Floor sear!!
TRAGIC "It's so small" protested tbe -
END OF A NATION
prospective tenant inspecting an I That'sU

LESSON TE.U-U Ktagl 2 :1-1Z. apartment. "Can't you make it Nervous Lady (a* large bird
MEMORY SELECTOR RfefcteOMMMtiaJteUj larger." I flies over ship)-Oh, captain is
: a natton; but an la a repeal k "Sure" said the landlord, "we that an omen?

any people.-Proverbs 14:34. could scrape oil the wallpaper.- I Captain-Nope, sea gull.

I The end of the road! Down down, -- ---- -- --

l 7 fusal down to went keep Judah God's in Word its ,sinful and ultimately re-- ;ire You Haunted by Unanswered Letters?

came the final day of reck- Pointers
Here Are Some Helpful Writing
oning. It always does! The catastrophe

which had long been approaching -
had arrived at last. I Do your letters express the real )C..*
UTTER Or are they stiff and uninteresting? Our
The fall of a capital city, which Weekly Newspaper Service beokM No CT
carries with it the empire, is a can help you. Send 25c coin) tat -Howl
\NRITINQ Writ. Letter for All Occasion '0
world-shaking event. The fall cf ; w Weekly Newspaper Service tai Weft I7t*
Rome shattered the world for a St.. New sack 11. N. T. Print name address
booklet tttt and No. 27.
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thousand years. The fall of Berlin

and Tokyo are within the memoryof IdNTS
all of us. and the results are I Discovered ChocolateThe

seen in a disordered world.

The destruction of Jerusalem Aztec Indians discovered
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t\ & chocolate. used the
which our lesson presents, was even : They cacao
: bean from which chocolate is
more serious; for it was not only a ,
national tragedy, but also one with : made for money. Because of this,
"// tful *.J 1 meet, IU badly Jri to txckatfl gt_".,..- I deep religious significance.The : r I only the upper class Aztects could

: wicked king Jehoiakim was I afford to use it as a, beverage.
By KATHLEEN NORRIS Chocolate was introduced into Eu
succeeded by his son Jehoiachln, a I
JUST A
Gracious Invitations rope by the Spaniards who learnedits
'FEVER'I mere boy who reigned only three
11 years of mar- I months. He gave way to Nebuchad- use from the Mexicans when
love bat writing to invite a' Cortez invaded that country :n
AFTER and more than my A new deeper comeinto nezzar, who appointed as his successor friend for visit be definite.
share of happinessin the life of Alena D,..",. She his uncle Zedekiah.It a 1519.
Tell her the time for arrival and
this life," writes Alena Deane, la been married for 11 years is in the verses just preceding how long you expect her visit to

from a large eastern city "I can and bas "bad more than my fair our lesson that we learn that Zede- I last.

truly say that I am for the first share of happiness," she writes kiah turned against Babylon in an TW1

time in love. Up to three months ller husband it affectionate and act cf If you plan special. entertainment for
ueit. such i a tunmmtnf party or
jour
ago I felt myself one of the most f"ilbfulllnd" good provider. She I. Rebellion (v. 1). I a dance better advise her what type c! HTR8LEUU JELLY
bas children Zedekiah ignored his oath of allegiance I clothes to bring along. t,.I W a.r.rLr.rs.e
satisfied of women; I have a girl two darling many ...
and -I place in the society j (II Chron. 36:13). for which I
a boy, 8 and 4 years old, friends, a secure I
i I he was condemned by Ezekiel as a MOROLtNJiYodora
have faithful her community. Up to
a good man, a good of 1 I traitor (Ezek. 17:13-18). Zedekiah I P
home and sufficient money to lately she was quite content. has well been called the vanishirjj I

live as my neighbors do. Recently, boweier, she bas became point in a diminishing line of kings.It I }

"What husband and I intense evil thing he did (II Kings
my Brook aware of an feeling was an --
felt when we first were engaged, more pou."fullbll" any lore she 24:19), and one which showed his I a

first married," her letter goes on, bas ever felt for her husband. conceit, vanity and rashness. '

"I really cannot say. It seems to The other man in the case is True it was that he only followed ; If you sew the buttonholes of ( t a .j

, me that we were excited and Paul who also is what he had learned from his predecessors coat sweaters together before .
a professor,
happy confident and devoted> as are but that is never a good washing, they will not stretch. checks
most folks. We loved our married Through long association I .
young excuse for a man foolishly to turn j
presents, our wedding our trip to on committees, Alena and against God's will. The proper height for most .

I Niagara, our new little home. We Paul bate becorpe well acquainted I{ Observe that God was not Just a j jI lawn mowers is one and one-hall perspiration

adored our first baby, and made Lately they bare r'lIlizedlInJ i I disinterested spectator, and yet be II j inches. Let the clippings fall back j

even more fuss over our second. admitted to each other, that theyare had come to the place where he :let i on the lawn to furnish food for the odor A

How could I possibly dream that all in lore. It is an overwhelming :; Judah go down to its own awful i iI roots.
this was preparation for what has I .
emotion, Alena tells MissXorris. I doom. The worst thing that can hap I FIN
recently happened to me? What should she do? ; pen to a man or a nation is to be j i On stormy days confusion is THE WAYMade

"Let me explain. Our parish has let alone by God! greatly diminished when locking
i iZedekiah's
been notable for good work ever Alena is thinking of giving up for rubbers if mates are attached > with a fact crtm bate Yodora

since war began. We have made a her husband and children, ber respected act of folly quickly with snap clothespins which ale i* actually tootkny to normal ak DI. I

name for ourselves among various social position-an)thing, brought labeled with the names of the i No hush chemicals or irritating
in for II. Retritntnn (w. MO. tails. ) on't harm skin or dotJ a<<.
groups town the way we han- in fact to obtain the "delirious owners. i
dle clothing and medicine drives b. ;,uss" of being with Pollil.AIII4's Jeremiah urged Zedekiah to surrender j -a- i iUse Step soft and creamy never get

responded to calls of every sort, husband isn't aware of i (see Jer. 37, 38) in order to I an electric fan to dry your grainy.

rummage sales entertainments the situation lie will doubt i save Jerusalem and himself, but be liquid stockings. While smoothing Try genSe Yodora fttt the olMATERNIT .
yet. I
rallies. Leading these and active in refused and the city was besieged d e m
the film on your legs, let the direct
less be shocked and hurt when be
aD although he is active as a professor :: The king's refusal to bear God'sprophet breezes from a fan speed; .
of belles-lettres in our college finds out, admits Aletta, but she i aDd his turning to Egypt I drying. 4'e.k .

too. has been a man I will is willing to face his anger a>tddisillusionment. 1 for help speak to us of the manner -.- ad.4a .+ Jsw.

can Paul. He is 44. squarely-built Somehow, she | in which unrepentant sinners reject A sure cure for a child's alsc, ?. wNts.I
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energetic, eye-glassed; not the type thinks: ",,'erJtb III will come out i God's rrercy and then seek help at mindedness is to have him repeat

you might think, to attract a M right." the hopeless cisterns of this world I. after you simple directions yc.
woman 10 For three (Jer. 2:13):
years younger.
I Miss thai I expect him to follow.
Norris IHs these
re \
years I have been consulting him The king tried to flee but was -.-
sac committees, working as his aide, feelings are common l"iostll1li- taken captive. Then came the siege I
Grind small pieces of toilet I Iin .. ....
scap
a MaN1 Y4.r. a.
fallowing success with success under tersal. They should be treated asa I of Jerusalem. For one and one-half I II I!
a food grinder for use in your
his guidance. He and his wife "It."," she goes on. In time I years the enemy gradually closed dish It makes lots of suds i

have been guests in my home more they will fade out and Alena will in, while famine and distress grew I II' and is pan. hands too
I onoour
than once. be oterjoyed that she did not act I' apace in the city. Jeremiah went I easy -.- DRESSES "]

[i '31, Head \Whirl I foolishly and seI sbl,. through this entire period sharing After you have washed your WlU waitiay for fit Stork .
"Now, suddenly, it is an agony his people's trouble. The book cf when it is almost ...anally drawl All ear Maternity DnM :
Lamentations is the record of this I sweater, press | an adjustable tocfaaagiac iron that will WifOBCM ':7
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for each other
us to see we are
; I dry. Lay it smoothly on the ironing !JOIIu.-.IaUla.u..U.i6ap.A.. j
J. engulfed in a feeling so strong that that could even give me pain. Suffice i eyewitness. cloth Jumper StirU mod Liafin at low ..n:1
I Sin does its terrible work. Even board, placing A over itUse \ AUCU9M HOCKS,m M.M........
It has absorbed for him and for it to that it is
inspirationto
met say an a warm iron and press light., ..............u.P.s...
; it take and turn
every other feeling. It is so deep have such a man even for a as can a great city j .
Iy, then allow sweater to lie fiat :1
into marked Writ for FREE CAtAxOG
it plague
a spot by I Ii
that it keeps my heart beating andmy friend. i I "i
: towel to finish drying.
head whirling in a state of exeitelnent 'ousts for Happiness' i cruelty, suffering and death even I on a .
I so it can bring forth its inevitable | ....
hardly bearable. If Pan "Will advise the
you me as to f
and I must meet we hardly dare wisdom of facing the inevitable I and unspeakable results in the life i It is time to change your mind j SPEEDED UP COMFORTfor
if of those who think -
you're one
exchange glances. I do not know I heartaches and wrenches that such j of the individual who persists m resisting j I

myself in this state of affairs and I J a step involves, and accept my assurance the voice of God. i all furniture in your best room so-called r
am sure he is equally confused. i that I really am a balanced i: Note also that the sin of Zedekiah I should match piece for piece. The
I brought quick judgment, not only smartest and most comfortable KIDNEY SUFFERERS
NIt is three weeks now since a and well-maaning woman, only anxious .;
really terrifying talk in his study, for the happiness of us all." on himself, but upon his innocent rooms we've seen were rooms BKkaeUi.Uf puu..bn>keeP,nti&M.... t
e e e children (v. 7), and on many in the I with mixed furniture mixed sir-nyIO M Btwo.owa j(ywi sneak

where, I and had yet gone I to have return not some slept reopoI'ts. orNk'n I My dear Alena. I say in response. besieged: city who were equally with taste. You need not have all :,:= tw ss.kt rdoaey;tMa1"Lily Blm.DEB.lR .
.. .
1 guiltless of wrongdoing. It is again "period pieces" or all modem to o."i.That's ta ADC
normally since. I move in a I yours is merely a case of getting I ,dMs. d.e.i .alt dw Mira.
the measles a picture of what sin does today in get a good effect. Blond and dark p.ms. .. Bo I--, .=- twa rcM
rather late
dream. Nothirg I ever felt for in life, and I .
.. .. .
the homes and communities of ournatiofL pieces go together very well and _kd lidafw M .u........ attaa.Is.
them I
consequently getting hard
Brook compares to this emotion. as ta*: w ions (ta*sew h
Paul and I have spr twice Whatever you felt for Brook. 11 HI. Removal (vv. 11, 12). i practical functional table next to a bLdd.fu .::year=:c-. tilr Wtk.m

"In that second talk I admitted | years ago. .it was an honest young The fall of Jerusalem prepared I your old wing chair. *:E Y BACK.TpHEPUBUCruturtofadTrti. -:

that I would feel the world weD lost i jL sentiment sufficient' to carry you the way for the closing scene of the .

I ntght not share it with ban. !j into happy wifehood and mother immediate history of the nation as .

Wherever we went whatever we hood. There isn't anything more. I the people went into captivity. It I

did, it would be delirious happiness Compenionship with your husbanda also ended for the time beisg the .

for rae, and he tells me it would be housemates, parents, workers history of the city that had once se "
for him, too. and har.. of normal home life proudly held a position of privilegeand i
represents ..'1 the richness there is. but brought )
was now
'
power eJC
-BMok husband, has not the j
my
anywhere. The rest is sham, self- I
down by its sin and refceBfen R
tightest suspicion of all this but j joca ,
deceit; and the indigestion that follows God. 1-
(
against i !
if he knew and felt a natural )
too heavy doses of flattery. We rightly that history repeats tG
resentment, and even if he ....- say : !uigbene.X .
Paul would amazingly and disappointingly itself. We that nation
-
see
rated me for a while from my ehU- |, any i iI fit* it touches.It benefits the
area, I feel that eventually any- turn into quite an ordi I that lifts itself up in pride and ferI I everyone
thkfrg actuated by so strong and so ', nary man after a year or two of i I gets God will inevitably perish. We public by describing exactly the products that are o 'ered. It

do and stolen excitement and you would ask ourselves where our belovedcountry benefits became the advertise be fair
pure a f *Mag must good not sacrificed employees, must more
have everything good In i stands. As we consider its
harm in clear tins the world, and that time i: life to steal bim. Take ivre of this I debauchery and drunkenness its and just than the employer who has BO obligation to the public.
wouM s
way I! fever like any other. with plenty of disregard of moral standards, its These benefits of advertising are quite apart from the obvious
"1 will net bore you with a description rest cooUae drink good books indifference to the things of God, we ,
of Paul's magnificent aadttopie benefits which advertising confers-the lower prices,the higher
; service ta everyone about you. and feel that instead of pointing a finger
character, his mnate goodafss ;i; presently step recovered, back into of scorn at Judah we ought to be ea quality,the better service dial go with adveitued good*and firm*.
ad strength and bit dttermtBStion :':L ttte fortunate and fcsed destiny a our faces before God in penitence
to save me from anytMn r'I '-' Lind ....... Awe .TUrtt*.t .A a..... .









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I.. ASK ii1* qui z : :+;:::offering '? / SDI 1,. ( Th- t!

This story is told about Jimmy
f ANOTHER information on voriow subject j J DoolIttle. It :eems that some years w_ __------_.t1;% jFIDUSFNOLD !

t ago,,he was assigned to fly a government .' !. .
: t "
FFFF -- ----- -- k ;; ; ,t, .
official to distant ; : '
a city. ;: < : : : """ :"':" ::" i' .
1 What did the: a-. iezt Chinese I The Answers Their little open-cockpit plan was : ...i

ue their -sg firgerr.a.j for" I II 1. As paintbrushes Some of rocked and buffeted si a susWen r : >;'.:

I 2. In iM8 Ar.e:._ans each ate the finest Chmest art was fingernail storm that came up en route, but "
tn average o* .. =.a-\ pounds painted. they finally landed safely. The '.

of candy" %. Eighteen pounds per year, passenger thanked Doolittle and : MfMuse
3. To be ciaso t d as an illiter- according to the Commerce department. said "It was pretty: rocky, but ly.Lyan: .1etu 1..

ate ace must be unable to mad every time I got scared I'd remind __ ., __. __ .
and virile and at least hew many 3. Ten yean of aie. myself of those earphones of yours.

Tears old? 4. The tropical Lebbek tree is I knew you'd keep on the beam
.. Which tree is ca1W the known as the Woman's Tongue and brag us safely in"

tongue tie tree because of its rattling seed Doohttie was forced to admit

S. The initials NB in a manuscript pods. that there was no beam on this
or book mean what 5. Note well trip. 'But the earphones did come

C How big does a sea horse I. Some never exceed one inch, in handy," he added happily ''I
Crow to be? others grow to be ten inches long. was listening to the World Series."



t Isolated_Hutterito II I swAP! CRACKLE! AND TOP! SAY'g

Probably the only secular people
on this continent who live in isolated ,
I 'Sy Kd
; communities are the Hutter- '$
pt'ER-!
I ites. Beginning with one small INWyft
colony; settled by German immi-
grants in South Dakota in 1(74,
they now have 42 cokmes with
I 4,.members in the Umtod States
and Canada. Members pool their
work for the benefit of all and live

simply w.ttcut m ';es, radios,
&:"::0:0e..+"p. j.r : r' er cheks."t .

I I RICE KRSPIES[ !4SPJlfs


Sene Simply, Keep Cool I
P.S B'rr r=-1i pS Aer'.ca'l: r&TOr'.u rice ce-ea1, (See recipe below..
tin on* sad only Sues Riot Crispiest
i Refreshing Meals
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LYNN CHAMBERS' MENU

******_*** ******************** One of the biggest problems which
10 Bla
Majestic Salmon Loaf
we homemakers win be facing these
,Delicious U. $ SavGB.CNdLI warm days is that of keeping cool Potato Chips
tBlUf Lemon Cucumber
t ,. and at the same time serving refreshing -< Garnish
foods to the family. | Crisp RoCs with BitterSliced
: Tomatoes
.****************************** My own rules for keeping cool on Peach Shortcake Beverage
these hot days include me following
-
which you might Recipe given

I find it helpful to .
.\\,/ adopt Select I Another quick, broiled entree
.
YOUR USED TIRESARE '.. a, foods which may which I know your family will enjoy
be served chilled, ''I is hamburger. This may be served
;-;--. or those which : with. potato salad and tomato staffed
cook quickly; and with cole slew.
WORTH MORE ---J another, choose Teasted Deviled mbl1lren.rves .
foods that are 8)
; rfw as they stimulate wilted ap- 1 pwrnd greend round steak
,: ..'rates 2 tablespoons chili sauce
AT Ne\er choose foods which are 14 teaspoons prepared mustard
fussy and that take long to pre- m teaspoons prepared horn-
rare Mother can exert, much bet- radish
ter influence at mealtime if she ap- 1 teaspoon misted onion
O pears cool and ooHetiled! and this is m teaspoons Worcestershire '
.
possible only if aria IUM used as since:
many shortcuts as ....... 1 teaspoon salt

For your main dish select food to M teaspoon pepper
be either broiled or chilled. Two raw 8 slices bread
I Combine above hifrnHeato+ ai
vegetables in a salad are preferredto
two cooked ones if you want to spread on slices of breed. Bfefl Mr

WE NEED THOUSANDS OF USED TIRES! keep cool And as for dessert try a serve minutes immediately.at moderate net and
ice cream or fresh fruit and ber-
,. YOU'll BE AMAZED AT THE LIBERAL i ries, thus cutting preparation time Hesse amlHtrrf'fs.
i to a minimum. (Serves 4 t. sa
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE YOU'LL GET ON Majestic Sateen Leaf. h Pm4 cheek or row Eak.its L'
I on. ,
(Serves 6> ground ,
FIRESTONE DELUXE CHAMPIONS. ,i tap sees Sakes ;
X raps eaeated satem ,
114 cups milt ,
2 paeluf Mme getetfo
I H teaspoon pepper
'
"4 rap vteffarI1 *i teaspoon nit
!
( ees hailing water "lI l-
k e.p catnap
w m espy raid water ,
I 2
tablespoons fat i
3 tafcJe*poens 1-r1'lMll' Jeiee 3 taVletpooos Sour !

YOU 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon prepare ..stn
SAVE
2 taps finely sbre Me :, S bard ooked err, silted cheese

3 WAYS : Place flaked salmon m bottom of Combine beef 14 cup Tmk.'I..i teaspoon .
loaf pen or mold. Dissolve gelatin i
salt and t.ue pepper ari: cat-
r I Save by the m boiling water Add cold water, sup Form into
-- vinegar lemon juice and salt Poor six patties and .. 5 y3
Firestone Liberal half of the warm gelatin over the saute ia 1 tablespoon .:! ..
Trade-in Allowance. salmon and chill When set, fill of fat Mea
mold with alternating layers of remaining fat in .
shredded cabbage and sliced eggs. saucepan Sur in .
r 2. Save More on Cover with remaining gelatin chin flour and mustard .
.14 S until set. Unmoid lettuce
on crisp ; then re-
Mileage and garnish with potato chips sliced mairung milk acd

Safety encumbers! and lemon. salt. When smooth add cheese and
a These broiled lamb steaks don'ttake I cook until it has melted. Arrange
long to cook. so they will be a hamburgers
m
I a baking dish and
3. Save Time and boon to the hot
pour sauce over: them. Bake in a
I i- Trouble Use weather homei i. i slow oven for 15 to 20 minutes.
mater The potatoes : If your choice of maiD dish is a
the Convenient may he salad. select! a good protein feed lib
,
'
cooked ah 'as ,) ---
(
Firestone Budget I ; eggs .or chicken. Here are snff!s-
tame (or use tines
( <'i
? ;
__1d __ Plan. o" e r s i a tea i Egg Sated Bawl .
I broiled: i! (Serves 6)
TTPae- _...;
with the !" I 1 eleve ark, optimal
j heat and be;rr-e i e:: -('-: t'>rexn. 1 smalThead of lettuce
c I Carrots are a co.v.,r:'u. aar.cr to 1 bonefa watercress _

the menu, and you may use the 1 encumber, seed
,p. 3c::.e u and equ:p your: car for rer dr.-$ uri vacation canned variety to save cooking time. 1 bench radishes. sKeedl

trips. You can't afford to miss t!:J oppcrt-.t: to foy: Freetont Dress them up by melting tatter ep celery diced
and adding a small aDOIIIIt of mint bard-eooked
I De Lute Champion Tires at a big sanzg We need used tires Jelly to it, and pour over the carrots DrelS eggsFrench J1r.

for ntrea.dingand even if your tires are oty partly worn before serving Rub aside of large bewl wkft trMt. -
yea'!11 save money by trading them in now. Don't pat it off BrtHed Lame stets. Break lettuce into ctaoatks Aid
COME IN TODAY I (Serves 6C ) aD other ingredients to bowl and toss
stoaMer lamb steaks, cat 1 together lightly with French dressing -
tech thick (Just enough to head together).
COMPARE THESE FEATURES S tablespoons oliu ... If: a more hearty salad-is desired
6 tablespoons lemon jeiee serve topped with strips of cheese
'5t UP TO 5S*. STRONGER. New Safti,Sured cord body gives extra protection agafeit 1 minced onion cold tongue or ham

blowouts and can be retreaded again and again. 1 teaspoon salt I Chicken Salad L Mix together tile
Mix olive oil and Jerron.Juicdd fctt triag: 1 cup diced, cooked
I & UP TO 60.o MORE NON-SKID ANGLES. New Safti-Grip tread awes extra trao. "" onion and salt and marinate amb j' chicken, 1 cup diced, cocked tongue

non and extra protection against skidding. stocks SB this mixtare fcc tie hours cup chopped celery, H cup
sliced staffed olives *
before broil 1jt. Preheat brotlmg I sad 4 cup
UP TO 32o LONGER MILEAGE. Wider, ratter tread and Vitaaac Rubber provid .... Place steaks en rack tree salad dressing or mayetmaise.
inches from beat. Turn sicken Salad n. Toss together!
extra protection against wear. oven regulator -
the following 2
:
cops diced cooked
on high. When awe side is
aloof: browne*. seasea with soft and I CMcken 1 cup minced celery 1chopped '
I pepper sad ten TOMB Head sate i iI green pepper. Marinate
: ,,.;. o i ff vl 'Sto;' 11i.- n 5t r I is brewMd, season aad serve fantnediat I i wslfc in French dressing. Drain and mix
I 4y. Altow 6 to S. 1II aaysanatse. Serve in lettuce
far each side. mIt6// cups with pineapple spears
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! I' PAGE FOCB GLADES OOCXTY DEMOCRAT_ FRIDAY JOE: 20, .111;IJ

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1 1 GLADES COUNTY J Ier was she a member of a schools the initiative last week: and in .a] cording .to BD. C. Morgan,::d ree&o"

1 .!.!..!.!J.J: *f"c c t I 0 nor atV been .tr tned In'letter to the school board urged] have met with various! IPertQ.ea.

1 DEMOCRAT aDd give .consider dubs 'in several coanties. la an.'
high strutting twirling a drummajor's the officials to more .
t i without three R's and cut effort to get an idea of the ..-
MOORE RL E7. FLORIDA Too Late To Classify baton, which gymnastics ation to the
J no high class school bandis down the number of interrapUoss ...... in the varioas M.'tias of

f and the staffsAU outdoor ..flfrfaatoatioBS -
considered complete. heaped upon beta teacher pupils
t i Entered t. UJ7 at as HeClDd-cla.the Poctoffice matter at Moore May By RUSSELL KAY I I """'t-B will we learn that Injurious in the form of events, fairs, have been invited to ettaerair ..

3 Hates Florid, under the Act of : and expensive environment does festivals and other activities foreign their views in the matter of
CODKTCM of March I. 1$7. e c c : +"' ''C-oo.---.x--x-: 1
rates
changed or
not automatically turn out correct! to the real purpose for which needed new or

t spellers and grammarians and those schools were established send delegates to the meeting wwfch
1 P.bU.hr4 Every Friday 87 "Wonder of wonders." comments I will be held in the Old Senate
who are proficient ia mathematic'"Thorough from
that committee
; 'THE GLADES PRINTING CO, 1t -. editor Allen Andrews of the American They ask a ,
CARR SETTLE! P.bli.ber5eb.eriptl. educational training the intermediate grades be appointed Chamber
t Eagle, Estero. "A recent news I
; cam only be imparted by skilled to carefully select aad recommend -
report states that the atonal spelling -
teachers who are able to arouse interest -I tests and work books for Civil Exams Will
championship has jut been I
..
Rater
of the pupil fa the subject at these grades that results from any
i. 0.e Tear ___ ,__ ._ won by a girl from a backwoodscountry ;
: hand Whether it be IB a oae- achievement of intelligent tests Be Held for Atom

:i SU )f..." __ __ 'I one-room, one-teacher! room or a million dollar school not be required at the same time
Georgia school."Row !
,2 building is of minor imponaace. report cards or similar records are Energy Jobs SoonThe
she would have become so
"Skilled instructors may be had,I revised IW
due; that each year a
proficient in such a primitive environment -
but only on the payment of a wage school supplies be
i 1I seems almost unbelievable I of available I board of civil service examiners

; as the prevailing idea seems commensurate with that paid the i' made and a copy sent to each teacher -. for the Pnited States AtomicEnergy
STUFF bricklayer or carpeater. What is and music are required -
to be that a thorough education can ; that if art Commission is currently! an::
urgently needed in Florida is more teachers be furnished -
i special competitive unassembled -
only be acquired in an up-to-date noancing an open
< stress on capable well trained each school; a definite time for civil service examination -
Till HV TIM>KK million dollar school taiMiac, started -
I by many teachers, supervisorsand teachers and less expenditure on relaxation be set up fur teachers for the position of civil engineer -
expensive luxurious schools aDd a each day that the duties of the the
principals and athletic Instructors I ; for work la following
variety of non-essential but costly school secretaries be clearly defined options: Construction; General: Highway -
"
The ant Is ten percent nuisance claptrap I ii as they relate to the teaching Sanitary and troctura
; ;
; **4 ninety percent bite. Scientists "Yet this Georgia country girl can appreciate and share Mr.j staff. Salaries rang from 1339.20
who the
i say only 40 of the 136 species won spelling championship Andrews amazement. I have long from otf8ide
Less US15.
hxterruption through $ per year.
1 kite but that's exaggeration. The over all city contestants was sadly felt that we have lost our seas of
interests; namely, programs confront from qualified engineers -
sack
lacking in cultural aids as Applications
Ie the values far cumbersome
f so-called non-biters are ones as as our
auditoriums, lunch rooms gymnasiums. other states m this community are invited. -
the scientists never encountered. and politically controlled education j'
contended
I basketball The writer has long Persons appointed from this
courts stadiums or I
The only mat that "OD't bite is the al set up is concerned. Columbia
that we have too much will work with the C.
had examination
2 OB* that's Jut enjoyed a full meal.I swimming pools and probably It happens that I employ a Dumber and I
to walk to and from school Neith- in University, too much politics 8. Atomic Energy Comml .ion. Oak
The sluggard to advised to con- of young mea and women too much downright nonsense in our Tennessee. Applicationsmust
Ridge
:'. KIt the ant. That' good advice, my office. I have found from experience school system. Maybe we'd be bet- be received in the office of the

i bat for a far different sort of iatptratioa their teeth. that the average graduateof ter off if we encouraged a few more board of civil service examiners for
There is closed grade and high schools U III
( Antswon't no season on our
i. than most sappoae. one-teacher, one-room country the U S. Atomic Energy Commission -
ants in Texas. do for work in business of-
except They equipped a
rare lack of ambition nor schools the kind we used to have in later than the close of .'
things differently there. They have fice. Moat of them cant spell, have not
dowritII. sadden It's 1 like Abraham -
e energy. this country to give men basiaess July 19, 1147. Foil Information -
closed season on everything but BO ability to compose, sad the taskof
remain asluggard : ia life.
jam that no one can Lincoln a start to available through A.
mader the influence ot' tenderfeet from Florida. The Tex training them is heartbreaking.
of the
an wears a tall hat and rides a Some of them CaB slag and dance W. Lawrence, secretary
an aat's nip. New Dates S. Civil service Examiners
quarter horse. Hell tell you this and twirl batons, bat they can'ttake Hunting Board of f. -
Somebody it wasn't me> figured attfce.
( the local
I is to protect him from the sun and dictation, punctuate or spell at peat
out if an ant were as large as Will Be DiscussedAt
get him from place to place. Ac- I have two girls that came to me
a human and still could lift as reminder. Have paid
Just a you
tually the reason is quite another from rural schools. They far surpass Meeting MondayIn
much as when it was an ant It yor pledge for the swimming pool
thing. Everything In Texas is on a in common sense and ability
off the Empire State
would carry large scale. The Texan wears the most of those from city schools. We rand
banding, or perhaps it was a horse. an effort to create more nai-
tall hat so when the ant reaches need more old fashioned Readin'.
What this sage neglected to add I down to scalp him it gets the ten- Ritin' and 'Rithnetk and less hooey I form hunting regulations for the
was if the ant coM bite in proportion state of Florida, the Game and
gallon skypiece stack in its teeth red tape and politics 1 OIIII
; !
it would be more danger- Fresh Water Commission will con
The Texan has a chance to escape Teachers themselves realize the ,
one than an alligator and a lotwere vene in Tallahassee Monday June 23!.
while the critter is spitting situation but are powerless to do
uncomfortable. Alligatorsare to revise the rules At this meeting -
out the sombrero. Quarter horse, anything about it. However. a
usually satisfied with an arm new dates will be set for 19ITIS. '
are noted for their Jack-rabbi!: group of courageous Hillsboroagh "OW.Omt.-
but ants know whento I
.
or kg never ,
starts and quick getaways. The county grade school teachers took
stop Offkials of the commission, ac
-. I derive their name from the fad t

mere are red ants and blackants. that anybody will bet a quarter of them, don't you think'Nature

The only difference Is one they can out run ants, but there'sstill Note: Out in Okeerhobee

bites as you go np. the other as a sporting proposition involved where the two-tailed catfish hive

,-OU come down. They get you, with some odds favoring the them a clan of deep-sea creatures For ExpertREFRIGERATION
coming or going. People who have ants.
the oddest ant allie. These freak
cast iron constitutions are not 1mmane. -
In Boston ants are called abuts fresh water Insect have never been
1 know a man who bragshe's
to rhyme with pahnts but still have ashore, but if they ever do come in SERVICEand
Strong as a horse, who has
teeth and can make you dahnce I we'll not be here any more \
enough to make the mare
money Once a Boeton ant came to Floridafor 1 They bark just like a dogfish and I

go; but who's skittish as a colt. .a few winter weeks and stayed consider li a 'lark to bite a swim- Repairs .
"
when an ant gets him; I. J
1 so long that now when he biles you 1 mer's leg off in a manner like a! r :V .

There are ants which devote he says "Pahdon_ me, yo'all.' There I shark The" sharks poor blameless .

their time to eating wood These are those who may not believe this creatures, must often take the DAY OR NIGHT .

might be considered vegetarians but dooft: let the ant know it. II blame for these) sea-going insert I

bat don't let them fool you Tau Ants live in colonies and are pranks, which really is a t-hame!

let a termite start chewing on supposed to represent the most If you can get jour left back )'00'11 Notify E. C. Byrd at

your wooden leg and he'll just nearly civilized of all the insect I know which one to dread. The

keep on gnawing until he gets to world. This is open to discussion shark: bites front the side, alwa' ).*<-I

the top. A large number of people No one ever heard of a civilizedperson I: the ant from straight ahea
claim acts won't bite them except biting a man on the ankle. i If you fall in the water, keep'I i

on the head. Like chickens ants lay eggs, but straight- don't e\f'r bend. Tl* better

Until I came to Florida I had no one ever heard an ant cackle just to Ioe a leg than be bitten J. M. Harris, Authorized Service Man

never met submersible ants. These which may have something t. do in the end.The

creature breathe under water by with the high price of hens' eggs Bystander .

means of gilts, or maybe by us- There are preparations which act nnn n __ __ ___________ n_
ing a retractiMe breathing tube. as ant repellants and some sprays

Don't let anyone tell you there is that kill the ants, but no one so far

no such creature. Otherwise, where has invented anything that will

would ants be in the La Belle area prevent the relatives from attending -

in the kind of weather they hare the deeased's funeral -

been having the last two weeks! or holding a wake Ants are credited -

Submersible ants are divided Into with a high degree of Intelligence -t' $ Wn

two classes, fresh and salt water I bat it doesn't require a college r 'If4 ICE CREAM

The fresh water ants come under diploma to pat the bite on _

the protection of the conservation! your fellow man. There. a type

department.. The salt water type]I I I of warp In Mexico Mid to be aWe COMES TO YOU -/ffifi IfS fioZ

is found oft Fort Myers Beach in! to clear a section of ants. The as /J

the Galf. Bktbers at the beach are tricks is to get the ants to go to

; often nipped but blame it on the Mexico.
IN THIS EXCLUSIVE CONTAINER
f crabs, sharks or barienda when. One nice thing about ants, they

it's nothing but ante. It's easy to never hold a grudge. If. when one

distinguish between the bite of an has lust tucked his napkin under

ant and that of a rab. When the his chin and is ready to carve the LADY BORDEN COOKS to yea fmt n

victim just hollers "Ouch"' its a roast some rude mortal brushes ff count: yet i re beard of new and wonit's frost*. No scoop, not even a breath ef ,

crab but when he uses double exclamation him aside he just goes right on finial LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM ost.f tl
air, touches it until it >e
points its no Brat, that as though nothing had happened! you spoon =
the unbelievable wnoothnesj
baa bitten him Crabs ran open They overlook things which some tad almostit! package for your own family.

ctemahells with their claw hut people would he inclined to recent All LADY BORDEN'S faH, rich ,.00- .

ants can open hoer bottle with hkh to! downright decenti Of .
coarse: you're impatient: to get your act is reserved for you alone. o.J

J first taste of the superb treat that's made
i And whik its goodness costs a ktl
-,. -. from thick, golden cream the choicest fruits
IF- stud brrrief flavoring of rare excellence! more, quart) gladly I pay 'If!

I
ADd we want TOO to enjoy this great ex-

patience in ice-cream eating JOOfi at you can. ,"


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I C Q Q C Q C Q Q C G C C Q eGG 0 a C a 11 fl fl fl-fl GaG fl-&<-< loa 0 G G C a G-a C ;1"i t Education Board 'Service Head Will I U.METHODIVT s. Bozemaa.CHURCH MinisterRev t'


i 11ii Calls For Bids ; ,Take Refresher InMiami !
David Groves will speak at

June 24-28 : t be Msthedtet Church Sunday munMf -

PERSONAL SOCIETI II nd-r the direction of Governor ;, j at the regular worship hour
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Millard F Caldweil the State County ; ]tee. Orates is a student at florid -
Douglas P Pearcv Hendry
Board of Education at Tallahasseewill I Miami j 9oathem College nM Is pnst-
service officer will go to
I 5 11 a. m. offer j jFmeaday *"
on August at 4 teat at the 'rniflslliis
""...x<< : :.. >>;..c-<+-..:-:<< : :+: : : : > : .x I for sale and receive competitive to earoll in a refresherouree The >n the campus ...Everyone.* a
for service officers. ,
Bob King, Harold Miaell and Ed: Irene Scott spent Thursday ua bids for land lying in Headry roune will keep him ia Miami from i iordial tavnaaoa to hear his in-

Sao were business visitors in Fort Fort Myers County The land is described as inclusive. j hiring sermon.
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lane 24 to :
follows: Sections 14 and IS Township -

Myers satarda Mrs John Brown and children 4$ South Range 34 East. I Two sabatitnte officers have been ;."
I tppomted to take his place during ]Wt t,\ ,&-New Remiactoa axiomatic -
Miss Catherine Ballard of Fort ofero Beat n spent Monday in According to a notice from Colin ;
!its absence to handle emergency shotgun New Remington
Myers is the guest of Miss Virginia Moore Helen English, director of ed= KeeSan of Moore Haven board reserves all rights to pe- medical cases which may Mew-erg
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hereby ,
are
such oases
fa! Cltwiston
Mrs Olin Miitliisited in Orlando troleum. phosphate, minerals and
James E. Beardsey rtced to sell quickly Compton
Mrs K. J, Baumgardner and xunoay at the home of metals on the lac.,:. and reserve referred to '
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LaBehe all emergency Grocery Lakeport: ltp.TOM
wane in
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HUH Brook were callers in West friends the right also to rej tt any and all '
work will bhandled bHosoe. .
Palm Beach Tw sday. bids.
MillePtarrv- KK\T-Two furnished apart-
AppreciationOn
Miss Phyllis Howdesael will visit Clewiston Flight- experts to bE appointed a''' meats and one iiufsrumafid apartncmt. -
board oarIng Mn. Albert
relatives in Vero Beach for the next Ben:tr of the housing Central AT*
several weeks. ink first m>" duty win call his stav in Miami Be reminds; B. Leitaer. Itp

me to a new field. after sennug (Continued from Pace 1) iH veterans of this area they hare ;

Mr and Mrs Fred Jenkins were this area for the past sixteen month thirty days. with a 200 hoar course nly 32 days to reiMttte their Just a reminder, Hare yon paid

in Tampa over the week-ead, Mrs. It U with deep regret that I contemplate which offers graduates a fall commercial service insurance and but (2 days yoar< pledge for the swimming po:

Jenkins consulting her physician the change During my flying license enabling left to apply for terminal leave and'

while there stay here I have come to know respect them to fly for pay The present Veterans are requested not to wait I

and admire so maD people classes are eligible only for rrivatf until the last day or to to get these '(

John Collier of Fort Myers a4 tad ao many things about this territory licenses and holders of such Ii-. natters attended to, tat to take\)

his flange. Miss Frances Madcttn rensea are not permitted to fly passengers care of both at their earliest poI- Mark R. Tennant

Semmer were in Moore Haven Friday f want to take this opportunity for remuneration Rote convenience j I

on baaasus.Bee. to express my appreciation and The nine private fliers who have Veterans who are interested in I4rr..r4

gratitude for the friendly courtesy, already stated they intend to enroll building their own homes locally\

the many kindnesses and the cooperation under the commercial training write the Long Real Estate Broker
instructed to
W. S. Unsemsn left Moore are .
Haves Wednsadsy for Uce Oak.vhcre shown me Especially do: plan as soon as it is set up are: S I Division V\ Dinner Kv at MiamiOneira' GLADES COUNTY: LANDS

the 4afaf II wish to thank all the law en-. B. Clark B. E. Nan W H Meredith fiharos a, r:f -0
he wm oftlcUte at w
treeement officers in this jurisdiction A. R. Taylor S. L. Paris. A i 007 Congress Bldg. Miami, Eta
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Of all nmUr.Stalls "r ;:
I for an they have done to help N. Chappell D. D Worth W i I. : :' I ; .: E 1

-.. Since this district is large and Smith and Bernardine !ttf'TI I. ".' ': ,,' 1
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Billy Kobiasea aaMargatat far flung my duties would baTe nurse With more prospect!*? rre" :

Vnn. Pe Velde mislead hen difficult indeed without their ben expected to aI&D.,1 t'< t Yo .

frliali ta MfHanM Benck. Fla.. ether .... now and the time the new > 'J:" : '

the weal-set Patrolman John Collier now U set up. both from the pr<.-.- .' iA ?

;; :; stationed in Fort Myen, win re- class and graduates from th* .T- s

Dr. and W. Weeks of pksee me here He eo.well rate license classes which hate on.-'

Fart Mjen were guests Saaday of pleted the work It is expected tha

Mm T. W. Weeks, Sr., at Moore! .-, about thirty possibly more will be V-

Have* tend hard work in his present field. enrolled !
HE born in War's grim garden
was
,
I i am confident he will b.. well- The school located at the Clew r r1 ,
A d the ba4ielteJd
and respected and that be islon airport has four ships in the rose
Oamalo hVowon and Maw Betty liked Q I
Baptized under M and IreWWe
BnMtii ?eat the week-ead with I wffl receive the same high decree air. two dual control jobs and two i e+
___I I .w W reeled
Mt _wMm* tather MM Ijiew of cooperation and assistance from sole planes, ia addition to
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; tM'u. ;...; I 1811. grounded planes which are X'I."I"I\1: \ 't 5She} stayed at the front against orders a 7r'
:; A. W. MILLEB. instruction ,
: ground r
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t
'I. i And when O S pei began ,
Florida State HighwayPatrolman The training courses both private I
Miss Marina Tracy A ace has ae all One Joe erd'lf she can tele *, r .
and commercial are open to
mated a p *4Uoa in U. Pals I I am sure *e sobers can!" r'
who A
veterans in this area are urged :
hr entrance lato )
Btn. pending
ire aarees* enS4 News Print May BeMore to take advantage of There this opportunity ta 9i Mercy's angel a KeWt. '4 k\
to learn to fly. \ erm
She kt psh.
+ many a l ,
I the
Plentiful Soon no cost involved In courses
She lived and dd Ue a solder
Miss Jessie Bras&an ace apaalH
since it is a part of the Gl Bill of .. *
to We ':! To the wounded she wai'Swe1!
Mir sanest Tracy Aage Rights Contact the school at the

Palm fea. t, asd win spend sons According to an announcement today airport, telephone 61-)(, or get S 1
Uaw ifvt1i her slater, Mn Mar: from the chairman of the house the director Wh the war jKe'i been forgotten
with
in touch "
Ann Mspderir. newsprint investigation committeein Ue the strains ol >orTKere"pgt .
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Washington. the shortage of each sold er boy remembers 1

r .peat may "be licked months The Veterans Some brave War Nurse v hi. prayer.rr
Mrs Oka Starling and. eattdruC se *
ahead of what we had hoped.
FX My... retarned lease yeeterdiy Corner
after sores-al .......' visit ..ttlIwr I. .... Clarence J. Brown of Ohio
I
in a ..pedelstat..t -
made the announcement
mother and ratker Mr MAl [ to aid editors and pliehen **- <<
MM W. L. Bryant i The statement was leaned (A public service feature offered I II

1 the Headry County New in cooperation -
details I by
officers explained
Gordon Williams and NIl after army I Palm
:Mn lease of '15IK'I'M with the West I
are here for a visit with Mr a.d of a proposed Ordnance I Beach Contact Office of tht' S ,

Mrs W L. Bryant. Gordon Wil. of the Alabama County Ala.. Veterans Administration.) i

irlas. Mn Bryant's brother 1 1a iin Works in Tailed** company \ government guaranteed !loa:. tone
stationed at ManillaMn ,! to the Coosa Biter Newsprint .
service \a1n.i
.m urged the of the veterans. moet
The committee
\ expedite the leaseto benefits \ GI loan makes i i- eas:" "
niece. war department to _
Gertrude Baker and I 4d-year period, and the for former servicemen to get t T -d.: SC'cotatrsy i
a 4IYl
Mn. Hooker Cleveland _ho ban cover will ask the senate and from a lending institution fond a' --;;;;;;;;;,- !

tf.et sons time at their home iiMre group the time insures a low im t rest 1" '
committee to same
Havee retarn*d to thei house armed services NICk Kenny and few York Daily Mirror

: Ky. Wednesay approve the contract promptlvThe rate. The WAR NURSE was written especially by Nick Kenny of i
hanM ia .......cto Here are the answers to sour 'f I poem I
Coosa River company is the New York Daily Mirror as a contribution to the stoot.toO i.
mornlnpMlM of producing>> 3M toas of the questions veterans ask contact.I rand raising drive for the construction and endowment<< or ttte

ratable the contracts are representatives of the Veteran Administration Narsn National Mciaorul Hone ia Vfashinftva, I).c. .. !
I Piggy tails of Moore Haveisjd paper dally once about .....: :

MiM Miriam Nail of CfewtstoiMi I' signed and manufacturing .- -- Q. What is meant hy a guaac"of : ,
Indicated
a=: jeaisid : s ball's sister ..41 ery acquired The army has loan under the 01 Bttl

b.skM. :Mr. and MrsTUiam M. It Is ready to approve the 4d- A. The guaranty of a loan h i '.,
Yore B>*dwaoi contract reasrvm* the might to s !
.dblle to theft home at year VA under the provmtoa of t'f 1
in the evoat .
tor vial the property
they will remain a recover Servicemen Readjustment Van "

of moral "*as. of an emergency agreement between n 1.-u imoney r O N tsuudrkA

and TA that ta event .i AMELF + t I

Mrs. JtnsMs H. tidier and twidnnwatort. (I PTAVill- seen fails to pay his loan t1ernment I. \ :

Judith Aaa ... Jane. will pathe guar 1 n'. '

.... aaomwiac a two months' vacntioiaonr Pale Onel portion of the loan R. iK STArlT1tA1 tFR tN nano.-_
y Continued from ta.at
.. lams. (
Flttoharca, in Ass lost when school unto, Q. If 1 cant meet pavmormy :- ::
will he
Mr. Haley aspects to late them h I time organised aad laying and guaranteed! loan is payment I \

tim to riM thom bees hy a.taat I getting plans at that time The the Government a gift to me" YOU ar'rD -

the end of their stay there perfecting meeting will he held A.o, payment hy the Got rrt -

summer this end. and every person meat of your guaranteed loan :- k ?tT T td Y f..ck'it l
Carr Settle andaachters. Mr and Mrs. is argil to attend. not a gift It mast he repaid.
who left Moore B.TeILearly I in the city extended not only if the Government pays the pu*- :

Saturday morning for a vn This inTttaUe to of tamilte. with I ranteed part of the loan t<, thleader. >. keF w !.V i id

don trip to Oklahoma and otheweotern to members but to are obligated to tt->. i e'rMv' iAVI'FiAf F
en a... yon
school
of 44i 5? ,f i
children
the
word 'I
points seat hock the extensive proI' Government for that part of Ibf'1 1i7D1T.i0Its'FY.
., since
Taommy morning they had dread everyone the coming year will wiIlf loan I ..YOU ltOD E 144 cry
reached Lonokerk.. and t'SlM"d..Cto cram for evervoncOi i Q. I have a leader who win !fond C fcND S3 WE IVJC' '' YeiTili
be in the state of Oklahoma >h. n.tere't to me the money I need hat he wants: ;+E tJ tiF1Ji's ErS;

nightfall of that dax Th.\ .. AD\FRTI-FB* additional security Dons the lav I.
atIn... 1., ..: .... P \TRoNt7E R
said they stopped allow him to ask for security Audrey

A. T... This Is a matter between -_ _

t you and the leader While'I TOT T
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be \'\ does not require that ad

dittonal security be grvea it doe;

VITAMIN XD' not object if the veto s.a i* willing: ....-

to: give it.
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MILK Qlama widow of a W..r 1 d \\'.>-

HOMOGENIZED III! veteran aad want to buy a t.n. '

Can 1 obtain a guaraatv of A : 1.,: -'

MILK I \ No The privilege ito :. 1ROIF: TIt1

. GRADE 'A" PASTEURIZED veterans of World War itQ i 1' tj TLlaFTRlifil s

At Your I Can I obtain a gtu-a:: ;" : .. tS OiE ,
Home Delivery or Available I loan 10 purchase h.. ...hold t.:: :.- ix je; i. J. '
I ishings { ch; i+ !
Drug Store
. Grocery or A. NoVeterans. .
i&fi** t r JTfc.
.i&. tU'tber infor '
DOUBLE CREAM .r IN TI+E kAI*' 1
-:. SINGLE OR nation about veijr honeftts say i

get a personal answer :a their Quest- .'

I was from Joseph B. __ Contact LLOYD HOLAtJ
Dairy
Maudis West Palm l w b Ti.STJIo io5nTAL biii
Representative of the *3T1hD GLASS M+.r1Gt;
1 leach Contact Office 'm* to tail- fOM US tYi! OS SOWE! IN ThIS WJSUALrm

Phone 176 able i* LsmVafle at tae. Ctty Ball Sn elti6 tic 1K Cif iw E> our 10 K w5aow M eur* !'

Jam M)
every' other Thundaj (
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T' 1wsiiiBEfflN r I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS t'r TO THE SWIFT: tiinL 9L So ?


Braden Out U. S. Shifts Policy; I Atomic Race Most marriages occur daring -
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I Directing attention of the United the summer months. It's

Bill Nations to the fact that the world is not the heat it's the cupidity.
Approve To Unify Services; i galloping down the uranium trackto
Ginger ale is a drink that
the finish line in an ator.uc race,
Corn Borer Onslaught Foretold the United States has repeated its tastes like your foot feels
TIiEN'ay L : plea for international ownershipand when It is asleep.A .

ReIn..1t by We tera Newspaper Union_ operation of "dangerous atom- psychologist says that
PAwM IEDITOR'II NOTES w... .,1.1... .r. ..'r..... i. ...1..... &II.y are &110... .t :c activities." wives are usually outspoken.
hwN W.&er. N.'or 1.1.1..'. sea aalys4 ... .., .......rU, ., &lala ......nr.1 Frederick Osborn American representative But not out-talked! I

Etleaced ', SWINGBACK: He'll Put said that 10, 12 or 15 In Texas a goat has ?torte
Stay
by Western Kcwipaoer Unlaa.
nations had set atomic agencies
( up to coJIege.-News item. Trying -
8TASSEVS, EXPORT SCHEME | Braden Quits since the U. N. atomic energy commission to find out what his s edoes
CALLED UNREALISTIC began its efforts for world with all the money he
Spruille Braden longtime advo-
WASHINGTON.Candidate Harold j cat of and principal force behind controls a year ago. seeds him

Stassen said all the nght-sound- i this country's hard-handed attitude He said large sums have been When a baeheter gets tiredof
inj word. in his Iowa campaign i I{, toward Fascist-inclined: Argentina, appropriated for development of nuclear the life he is reading, begets
speech advocating loan of 10 percent i has resigned as assistant secretary fuels in such countries as married and is led.
of our national production for I I of state in charge of Latln-Ameri- England. Canada and Russia. Os
10 years to the world. He said we do, i can affairs. born further sharply attacked Russian -

not want the lightheaded giveaway, To succeed him In that post, t proposals for an international
10 billion program of Henry Wallace President Tr-jraa was expected a inspection agency of atomic activities Tasmanian Devil Mean and
or the sharpster lending n>.; to nominate Nor- tr coupled merely with orders
the conservatives, but a senS10:,' man Armour of from the United Nations to national I Sulky; IIHJMH iI.le!! to Tame

sound program to feed word: rce Nc 7 Jersey top- authorities
and help our own product flit t career diplomat That plan he said would bring The Tasmanian devil is" a short,
UnfortunaVy he did not pr_p51' Armour prev U N. "in constant conflict with the black hunched animal commonto
what he said or even mention 11 e ...s'y served as national agency of every country." Australia. The Tasmanian devil
site of It to see if it would \\.r: :. ++ AT :or!can envoy in It would "breed antagonisms dis ia so called because it is among
You would th,' k his first considf.r.j. tie Argentine and tHungarian and suspicion from the start," the meanest and sulkiest of animals
tion would have been the size of t: e is well known and Osborn asserted.PARTITION. and taming it is absolutely
project, because he would first ha-:e w liked there. Latin- w< impossible. However one scien-
to measure how big it is before ha American( reactionto : tist has discovered the Tasmaniandevil
could possibly know if he could obtain ha appointment is always covered with fleas
Line Is Drawn -and believes the animal's
the laudable purpose Armour was expected to be disposition
minister Aladar Sze- could be improved if some-
Well, our gross national prod- highly favorable.A People of India, restless and disturbed -
gedy-Maszak he will body only worked up enough cour-
net for 1917 is estimated by the ceptanca of Braden's resignation says rejectHungary's under the impact of the
proposed '
to it bath.
CommunistOvernment' a
new age give
commerce department at 208 by President Truman was generally pro British plan to partition the
billion dollars, based first regarded as a strong implication ( order caning him I .
on seething country into separate Hindu ---- -
quarter earnings. But this In. that the United States is readyto home from his duties as envoy to and Moslem
II the United States. states, have been i i
eludes goods and services swing back to a told by Lord Louis Mouctbetten, i Do5s Iw Known.
which cannot be exported, such I policy of appeasement ONE HEAD viceroy of India, that the nation's ..
thing as barbershops and bell- I in Latin : armed forces would be used to pre-
boyi. You could not export a America. It was Unified Services vent trouble during the transition 'F&t
bellboy soundly, any more than anticipated that the from British rule to independence.
you could export "gross nation- changed attitude Unification of the nation's armed Mountbatten emphasized that
al prod net." But the commerce would take the forces advanced a step toward real- Moslem India and Hindu India
department has another figureon form of "just a ity when the senate armed services would be completely indepeadeat fI21y60nefiothing
exportable gross national little appease- committee approved a measure to
product estimating how much ment" of Latin- put the army, navy and a new l
we produce which Is physically American Fascist separate air force under the "uni- Ghandi Dissents !
exportable. This figure is 100 dictators particu- fied direction" of a secretary of national -
billion dollars for 1947. larly Juan D. Pe- Braden security.The Mohandas K. Ghandl stood I
president of barefooted on his belief that I
A $100 BILLION PLAN ron, proposed legislation has been
Argentina. placed on the congressional calen- "partition Is bad" for India, but i.
If Stassen wants to export 10 percent Braden, long a foe of Peron and dar for senate action this session said that he would not oppose
of this, he has a 10 billion dollar his methods, told Mr. Truman in a and debate on the measure was ex- the British plan for a Hindu-

annual. program which singularly I letter that personal responsibilities pected to begin in July. Moslem division of the country
enough, is Just exactly the compelled him to return to private :
High-ranking naval officers
came size as Wallace's. Looked at business. His resignation is scheduled as-
another way however it Is 10 times I, to become effective June 30. sailed" the bill as "merger legislation under the partition plan and mat ;
bigger, because Stassen proposes to Departure of Braden from the which the navy has consistently each would be wholly free to leave ,
do it each year for 10 The opposed. However, the unification the British
remain
years. I state department followed closely : empire or as a
whole bill specifies that there shall be I seem to stir
Stassen cost then would be dominion.He .
on the heels of his being overruledi no of the services.It : him to life. What can his muter expect -
100 billions merger military ,
or approaching half the i by the Administration on two basicI said that partition was against If the dog Isn't fed right Oio-
national debt. For this year alone I I Issues in inter-American relations: would establish a "national se- his own "better judgment" but I Pup Ribbon would give him every
It would mean we would give the Supplying of arms to LatinAmerican curity organization" under a sec- added that it was the only way that ':' vitamin and mineral dogs are known
world nearly a third as much 'as the I nations and formation of a military retary of national security with India cou'd: achieve independence I to need.. Its a mooey-s ver, toot Each
t government expects to collect in alliance with other republics in cabinet rank. The secretary a civilian speedily. box supplies M much food by dry
taxes from aQ the people. The size I the western hemisphere. Braden would fix (general policies and weight M five l-Ib. cant of dog food!
of this I exercise I Some suspicion continued meanwhile : Oro-Pup also come In Meal and to
project is 25 times the 408 both of those poBcies. general direction of the i
had opposed that Great Britain was splitting Pel-ttU. For variety, teed all three
million I
dollar aid and air
to Greece and army. navy force. Those
Turkey for one year only. I XEW DANGER: three departments would be headed f, India in order to retain influence j
at least in the Moslem part,
by secretaries without cabinet Dosqgror
Without mentioning the Fear Corn Borer status. but much ol the bitterness arisingout I I
amount. Stassen wants to lend of that 1't'l.. ia "id \ar"bed.Ul .
it sensibly to foreign nations for I Already impaired by constant The measure also provides for a GOO-PUP j

purchase of our goods, which rains and cool weather which have war council made up of the four That Glitters to p1a0 _.. 1 1p
Incidentally are so scarce they harried the corn belt this spring secretaries and the chiefs of staff !
bne run prices up skyhigh. the corn crop faces a new danger of of the services, a research and development :
This similarly unmentioned incidental Infestation of corn borers becauseof board and a n --mitions j

of the plan is the most the late season. board. ) --.e..w
important part of it from our This year the damp weather did
human standpoint. I not permit much corn to go in during TRAVAIL: I
I the normal May 20 to 25 planting P
Until we get competition in goods Labor and 194fl r ro SOOTHE
I period, so most of the corn was ITCH
prices will not come down the senate planted later. Wet, cold weather The hotly contested labor h'"' +-> R A S SI
OR TETTER
But ,
survey says. we today are
held back the of the impose restraints '
also emergence on strikes: :i and
exporting to the world at the soothing com-
rate Stassen Our same first brood of borers; and as a result unions, emphatically stamped -... :") Quickly' S OINTMENT with
ire proposes. exports i the late planted corn which top-heavy congressional apprurl, Its wholesome antiRptks and na-
running 9> to 10 billion dollars
i would ordinarily be safe from attack poses for President Harry S. Truman ture aiding. medication.Nothing eLM
which is 10 per cent of our national w like it-nothing so comforting
exportable product. To add another now will be subject to damage possibly the most difficult decision pleasant for external;/ caused skin
19 per.cent on top of it before competition I from the pests. he has faced since he took h,s troubles. 33c. Get a package today.
Lat year the corn borer caused seat in the White House. 1
is restored would do something !
further to American prices ,,3'l million dollars crop damage To veto or not to veto-Mhat is the
which Stassen had better considerin I throughout the nation. The borer question. And the answer undoubt- I
his campaign speeches.But I threat now is so serious that special edly win be reflected in the 19-18
I radio broadcasts have been set up presidential election. ii .- -

after relief alright exports say we die do down it anyway and I to keep farmers aware of the pests' Backers of the bill, however, are I. :Maharanee of Baroda packs a '

we get competition. Lend 10 billion progress. certain that the measure will be- fortune in jewels on neck, fingers'
r I come law, wrists and ears, and she can afford -
more to whom: for what Stassen j STEP DOWN: regardless of the final
says he would lend it to any nation presidential decision because both it because her husband, an
but not especially to those who cal"Communist" 1 i i Hague Leaves houses of congress are able to mus- Indian maharajab, is one ofworld's 0*_At V__ w w...
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J. L T OWT MSTIIIBimKO C"
the loudest. AH right. | Frank Hague, hammer-swinging ter enough votes to override a veto. wealthiest men. 44 MNtaMr "* ?_.....

for what? political boa of New Jersey for Some major provisions of the bill -
on which the fate of the BUSINESS:
next election -
PAY-ME-NT IX 'RAW MATERIALS' more than three decades, has resigned -
Stassen says we should not be expected ,I aa mayor of Jersey City. may be riding would: Why Failures?

to be paid in dbllars or manufactured { One of the last representatives of Artnorise the government
m mm Kin in run ir
goods, because the nations the era of great American political to seek inJMetieas to halt national Most important cause of business
have neither. He says we !: bosses. Hague made it clear that he emergency strikes for 89 failures daring 19W was the scarcity r- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
should be paid in raw materials. i will keep his power as city county days while mediation is carried of merchandise and materials
All right, what raw materials? and state Democratic chieftain and _t says the U. S. department of commerce -
Name something. Stassen did notdo j that be Will remain as vice-chair- 2. Ban tile closed shop and which has been investigating MNEIL'SMING

this. He could not possibly name man of the Democratic national forbid varies kinds. of ks er business growth and failures a
raw materials of which we need 10 i committee. strikes and heyeotts. since the end of the war. rr

billion dollars' worth more a year Hague said that his nephew, 3. Permit law suits against Nearly 47 per cent of the firms tlug.

for 10 years. If he' had named any I Frank Hague Eggers, would succeed DRieRs fur unfair labor practices. contacted in the department's sur- ? BLESttD HELIEF
farm products he would need a him in the mayoral spot until vey listed shortages as either the
visa to get back into Iowa for another I the next commission election in 4. Create a new agency eat- major or a contributing factor in ., ;.a"tti i_: HI_mi'ill it-mum Saul SO*Mlcuiiii.
lie barred manufactured 1949. sick the labor '
speech. department U their failure. That percentage ran IT IU (111 UN trap K n lit N nmli.t*tel
goods. Raw materials beeays. I mediate labor disputes. higher for retailers of durable I I, titu mi ce. .... UCiUlfllll 4.rternFLA3HESJa
Minerals maybe? His campaign goods and for isalrirl cona would not go over big in lion- Loons J I II I LUCIFERS: concerns. I

tans, Nevada and the western ,
if he named of throe Not for Free FEED PRICES I
states some Fears of a minor crisis in railway I : HOT-m.
The truth is we now import about shipping in mid4uly have been expressed Things like this cannot be made I
2H billion dollars' worth a year of by federal transportation light of: To Stay UpProspects

raw materials, about half of which experts in view of an apparent Congress has been told by a large for the 1947 feed crops
are crude foodstuffs. We have a slowdown in frieght car construction match company that the excise tax I will be an important influence on ranctloiul Women la DOM! this
little stockpile going which cer of two cents on 1,001 matches is feed prices according to a department tar to women CUM- tow c* period to*u3er p cul.hot
tainly could be enlarged. But the Contributing factors are mounting "the beginning of the end of about I of afriodMre report. tired flutes teellns. nervous Tbea. blgbtuunc. west
qu"tion'Is where can he find need 4o UjLjtll* c.
industrial production COUPledwith the only thiny our people get for I The very strong foreign demand Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound to
for 10 billion dollars more a year increasingly heavy wheat export nothing" nuere uc& symptom. It tfmoui
for grain is expected to con Jft1- to for tbl purpose!
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than we are getting.This movements, aad officials pre"The free distribution of 360 billion support prices trough 1947 :t" i r ::0 Taken regularly Ptnk&eja.s Oxapetuid -
proposition sounds like the did that the "1I DIJr crisis" could weodea and paper matches aa- 1941; although if product vi feed against tacit help Oictmt.TIi0Qaaa build up tttwtumct

good old days of not long ago when swiftly develop into a major transportation nually. about 4 per cent of total n as large as te recent .art. feed reported beneBtl also cay eflceCrr*tare
proposals sounded good and laudable block ante.. steps are production, is mst fading from ttrAmerioaa prices pmheMy will Jeclme, at I '1Ie>maebJ. tonic Worth Wry....

but no one even added them take? t. ease the ... ...... i : sees," me sempenytxaasiaosi. least jiam r iHy. m the teat ball of 1T1r1if.Pl .
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Town of Vetville wE!
j DREAMING may servea
D'.V
oselj! purpose in Ue,
pEPoPT(1ti1N
b_t dreams have a habit of not Planned for Disabled G.l.s

!: I coming true A you spend most

i'. of your yule dreaming WNU ful E SCRE a ;oReletie. $.080 ... Ceo .......

it- LOS ANGELES. CALIF.-Life should be "a song" for hun '.-Wf: c-- tetrsz .fit -.
P Hou ltl M "9 tomitrymf* dreds of disabled war veterans if plans of Harry Revel, popular Foreign Demand for Food
1M GERHARDTTA
kaaif rrtl.* *miMBr bleeaup By LVEZ
c
<
,. !.. **"euM s/ iNL f1.6.cb .D song writer, materialize.His EZFLIS wh' .' tak Prompts Full Production

. "tM' tw.," 011 e.tb ..;of.z .- plan. which has received the enthusiastic backing of ex >. over fi-r Bob Hope or. .'';-:..f FOREIGN DEMAND for

z Ikomtt Jtjenom.PeijistaMe. .. servicemen. civic officials and business leaders, embraces the 17 on Tfsdamghs.. is OT to prevent starvation -

landing of a town of Vetville solely*" radio in Europe and Asia will
aari fefcf...a- lad who appreciates :
baa aleae an .esaips0tat.- I for disabled veterans '/ commercials: in his pre-moyie be greater:: during the next 12
It would be a strange town, tl months than at time either
Calvin CeMge. G days he was on no end of raJio:: any
a a I fudged by the ordinary concepts of serials he'd frequently j.:r n? or s:nce end of the war. SoL

i Sentiment is mteiiectuahzed I city planmrg: |j. says"at 10:30 a"4 ,'1-' ..t < .: : '. '. .s the 'r.atch-:
NBC at :
A tarn el bases with extra : vff'J finish a stir.t
emotion, emotion precipitated, I wide d onays .. accommodate be due at CBS for another ore beginning
t were in pretty crystalsby Ift
as : wfceti efeairs. of sidewalks and th..t'rry moment ;
the fal'1cy.-Lc\\c-ll. ramps instead of corks of oat AVIATION NOTESDUAL hadn't been for commercials he dnever
.
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V- W n- wt.t- **\ rnre t.
story bwlMiags with no stepu S. b
A town with modern factories EVENTS Hf'* : ";' rVAN -

JNriiia jot that crippled Bozeman, Mor.t will rank as c : treti.. e

CLASSIFIED Sfbtfeg men can de: with backyard ,hub of a\'.aUon Jur.e 20-22 v.-.t.:

: w.rk.shepslith land f.rfarmiitc planes coming m from every poi

DEPARTMENT ; with Hs ewn civic center bon of the state surrounding state-

hospital open air theater, and Canada to attend two big a r L- '
ratios picture bmne. swimming events

l _BUSINESS i.INVEST. OPPOR._ : peel schools and charch- Montana Flying Farmers a-j
.
AMAZING profits in' weeks in your spar : c' r.-' twmce\ vearso .
i tar... No czper capital or invert nrcrt es.A Ranchers association will bold ts r -P .
'
farrre
Seed SI tod*' for tnfor A. O HEMIT town in which a thousand annual convention at Montana Siate a e:1 er 'an -
.nl M..._. AT... Fa G.Tl .4 t. O handicapped ex-G.l.s for 55.000 -e n r \ -'V-g the soil, de-
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each can have their own homes day Northwest Airlines will ir.:.j- g ''-( ..t\ with bumper crops

Agents Wanted and raise their families, living prate flight service to Galialm .e e A a fertihrer shortages

LADIES OR MEN their lire under the most favorable field with special ceremonies. :- ;: for another toad year

circumstances.The ow ,r \'.i ather In the lace of
Er extra: income in J'"ur spare time The flying farmer program will .'-.,. the GOP budget risers
fc nyloc inspiration for the unique ; i.r
Sep kfteiy S
:1ora .un include a tour of the college to inspect -
'
stocking aiis. You 11 bt town came to Revel while he was ;1ie; hnu;e appropnatMM con-
..... *d .t your eaniinf agricultural work now being
dai-
i! entertaining servicemen during and -- toe he e -)I.st1'5 mi bin
National Resident Brokers, done a display of army planes and
OS .. ;Mtk St. New l'ark 1. -N. T 1 since the war. With a 10 b'15' foot of light airplanes suitable for farm ars from the so.l conservation prsr&r -
-- -- -- t scale model he has been able to ? : :
and ranch work, and a speaking
HOME FURNISHINGS t APPL1. the give others an accurate picture of program covering places, hangars ITITLINC While same .f the r.6 miIIiH

proposed city and the uses being made of dollar! slash in agricultural deportment -
Rebuilt many '. "
Selling achines-Singer I, The model shows eight houses to planes. 3 s =pP' :8 8Tf 'e funds made by tie
Portables Consoles the block. Back yards into ,i J ", Edge; ,n9-t: ','
$69.95; I open a house committee likely win be
central recreation area. Public laic:st p-cture:: is "Possessed .
$57.50; treadles, $54.58 i buildings are on a wide main street Launching an aerial war 'Green Dolphin Street"is ancthei restored by the seaale. it I*

7 nca. Parts Bad supplies for an makes. ronnirg against coyotes after the animals one. Cn the air he'Q play Philip somewhat ironical that on fte
through the
center cf the
atuctuneotiWrite ,
motor, controls buttoo-boie same day the house soled
for cataJocHKLTO.V : town. had made heavy Inroadson Marlowe, detective of the Raymond
tbrooth the 35C million dollar
> SFWTXG' MACHINE COUl Revel will endeavor to raise farm livestock, Loren McDonald Chandler stories.
L Mate St, Dept a. ILk....... Ya.MISCELLANEOUS money for the project through public H. F. Baker and Frank '. _- relief bin lor needy foreign

o. gifts and bereft shows. Both Tarter of Fredoiua Kas., have It's fitting that Cleatus Caldwell, cartons. a a
fund raising enterprises and actual bagged 70 coyotes as a spare- 1 wife of Warner Bros. star Robert

1iiEiEX: rclSores ............ sbrinks and; construction of the village win be in time project Baker, a veteran l! Hutton wiD play an Indian maidenin TH cvuIt..J reorgawsrtio* .a
..... Mchinc. bleeding and protnadmr the hands ef hunter, recalls his first shot I eel only ,."t umber ./ town fttrj
Guaranteed. 1 tube and apnhea- a committee comprised the Dews Morgan-Jack Carson
on. .
putt but alto .Ti4et for
rents,
tor sent P.f. $1 00: C.O.O $1.30. Wrke of civic, religious and screen from a plane, when he "misted "Two Guy from Texas." She's part pr
BB.ACG FLASIEX CO. Mar.. Mick. at 18 feet. Now his marksman i I met fb ef txecxtut .ahttt it 11009&,
personalities.: | Cherokee and was born in Okla- vbich CflUJ 1M .pp.i*tast of wire
Hearty endorsement of the proj- ship is accurate from a plane ; homa.'t "f that caliber tt .* aid to inuaen *nl

For Your Future BuyU. ect has come from Veterans' Administrator as from the ground. -- rtprtftiLftHti. Nenrbtrt ./ toifriw,

Omar Bradley and a a It's about time! Vincent Price Hit ur, with few txttfliont, < fTlflttJL

S. Savings Bonds from veterans themselves. AVIATION ADVANCES was suspected of murder in tk* ulsnti ef fair ueretitt to
Typical of the reaction of handi- o SlOftM .f ipto it *f into Itco or >Ori
"Laura committed murder in
Frying has made rapid strides in I
for* toot.PLEASURE
capped veterans was that of Ed "
northern Middlesex county N. J., "Dragonwyck, tried to avenge a .
Sweeney, an ex-marine paralyzed since its inception murder in "',<<,aTe Her to Hraven"and
only a
from the quarter CRUISE (?)
waist down, who is a patient nearly murdered a girl in
Four commercial
century new
: in Birmingham Veterans' hospital ago Testimony before the hoe appropriations -
Now
"Shock. he plays inspector
airports and a sea base have been a police committee wldeh
in
Van Nuys
opened, most of them as a result of and discovers "whodunit" in
"The boys in the hospital feel that 20th Century-Fox's "JIoss Rose" slashed naval funds about It per
the postwar interest in aviation. .
-- -- Vetv-iDe is a wonderful thing. We The fields North Brunswick which will star Victor Mature Peggy cent, according to CoBgreaoman .i.
can be together there and work for new are Walter Ploeser of )Missouri stewed ..
Cummins and Ethel
Barrymore,
Woodbndge, ZaegfieU and
our living." that Admiral King, top navy wartime -
ending his career ef crime.
Forsgate airpark while the sea
A national bank has promised to --i-- commander, drew extra sea
plane base is at Perth Had-
f.nance'eteran loans. Several corporations Amboy. duty pay for living, at taxpayers'
ley airport, established in 1935. now Macdonald Carey's wife. Betty,
tied in
including a spark plug expense in a navy yacht up
manufacturer and a nail polish ranks as one of the busiest in the has turned down a film offer from the Potomac river here. while the

maker have agreed to locate factories state. J6GM because she prefers to makea admiral did his "sea doty" at a

in VetvilleHome With aviation drawing many new career out of being Mrs. Carey.She's desk job in Washington. It cost

cohorts, more than 85* persons in had a couple of other careers about $331,000 to maintain the vessel.
s. the county now are flvmg. The list .' -appeared on Broadway and e
Fires Impel include instructors commercial starred as a heroine m several' radio

9 private and student p ots. Figures : seriate. There is some agitation in
Cat To
Complete show that there are approximately -i-- Washington to,make terms of

600 Mile Jaunt ISO ships at the various air bases. At Warner Bros. they're set to congressmen the same as senators

a make two more boy stars. They're on the theory that the i
to CALOXfor RACINE. WIS,-Although it took looking for (1) an actor, 10 to 12 freshman congressman spends I
change two years and a 699-mile hike to do An increasing number of rears old who's a song and dance six months of his first year I

the teuuc 4/sd it. Boots, a wandering torn cat, finally small towns are providing air- lad: be's wanted for "Barbary getting acquainted with red I
has returned to the home of port faculties for benefit of local Host." and: may become another tape and then it's time to start i

on your smile his owner, Mrs. Raymond McCullough. flying enthusiasts and visiting Mickey Hooney-they hope. The electioneering for his next
pilots. The need for this service other will have a Claude Jarmansort term
_loa ......,
r.elos tr
E ffiJ
Two years ago Mrs McCullough is pointed out forcefully by the of role in "Christopher mate"
61m...briAI out Slayton )1 inn., Herald, in an Or 'bt, .
1 Help reaoTt shipped Boots, a gray mattese. to ma> they say, one boy can -
all tbe. Bataral hart of fOUlam.i1& the home of her mother Mrs. E. J. editorial, which says In part: fill both roles ANOTHER JOLT DUE j

2 A spnial ingredient U Caoeowunra > Mosher, at Albion. Pa. Boots arrived "The town will fall far behindthe --+- Plans new are under way in lie i
ngai/r manage--- there all right, but remained procession if it doesn't lookout If it bida't been for an accident state department to get the Ameri-

whet bat a tome e 'ea oo runs only one month and then dis- A bond issue or a government some yean ago which cost Bill can people ready to withstand! a felt

.. .brlp aaake them mas., ant bCaioz appeared.The grant isn't needed to fill Stern a Jeg he probably wouldn't be i of some 12 to 15 bflbons-ef dollars I
roer.Too! up row mifl .w McCuDoughs long ago gave the biD About all required is starring'oa his own radio programnow. : m the next two or three years to

ItWM m JUJ.tI.- !M.L.R.. ,.,.,--. up hope of ever $seeing the cat a little" initiative and organization. He was recuperating in a i carry out the Truman Doctrine.
ltv..ra.ai hsew kr again. But one night Mrs. McCul- hospital; feeling mighty low, (he'd I The program will be presented to i
a a a
lough looked out the window andshw been fired by NBC) when John the next session of congress, probably ;

Boots sitting on the sill. When STILL GEmSGROUSD Royal the NBC sports boss, called in January. In the meantime, i

Mrs. McCullough raised the win- American pilots got around during and offered him his old job. From a campaign will be launched ta educate !

dow, the cat leaped into the house the war and they're till gig places wishing he'd die he wanted to lite.He : the people aad congress oa i

and made for his favorite spot back Me"".. A check of foreign airlines got well fast-now he's NBC's what may be needed. i
of the sofa. A saucer of milk com has disclosed that fifing rosters Director of Sports, heads that Sports .

pleted the homecoming festivities. in many lands are dotted with namesof Newsreel each week and is the fa-', Lobbying From Within

former American military airmen vertte sports broadcaster of a large
of national LOBBIES ATTEMPTING. ta&t-
part our population.
.
..f" IL&CL tilt e.oasts Cards Poor ence legislation in
.ST a Report ; -+- egress
tw STatntas cor.t r.aat.r Air France has 20 American pilots, work net only from the outside bat
Bette Davis and Gary Cooper can ,
She'll Pass Anyway co-pilots and navigators while Scandinavian
high-hat other stars: they've won also from within These cc&cressior.al -
Airlines recently
system
NATICK, MASS. She's deficientin added 15 the French version of our Oscars lobbies are
ex-army airmen to its roster -
254' reading writing, spelling arithmetic Linea Aeropostal VecezolaEi awarded by "Le Film Franca t known as "steeringcommittees"
f but her after poi conducted Fe-
and geography has eight American pilots and eagi- a was among
chances of promotion from the sixth French film exhibitors. Runnel-jp: instance, mere
neers. Chmese National Aviatior
grade are good. mixed were Infnd Bergman and End ( than 50 members
corporation and Panagra use
The "she" in this case is Lady, a American Tlynn. of the house formed
and
foreign personneL'FLYING
that attends classes daily at themselves into a
dog
Back-Harts.'* Nathan Rice school here Like all a Genda! Farrell's last p.C't-e: .. .;s t steering committee

her classmates. Lady gets report T:. ..er: Since Venu ." in r-45, at Cobia to plan strategyand
And Your Strength and cards regularly from Miss Helen .- Now she's set fo: an imrs to lobby otter

Energy I* Below Par Murphy the teacher. .,rtf role in "Doable Take" at congressionalmembers

1ti r7 taaetioa twssaDOANSPILLS&U.- b7 psr.di.e+e pm.o..t at w- Despite her L Q. troubles Lady .'e vam studio. It's a thriller, to seek 1

sty___ Ie ---'- .... saaer.eie7.spf. may get out of the sixth grade because .:- Ftanchot Tone, Jams Carter passage of the
.. f... t.-L wall std William -- Townsend old
..... tile kid.eys faa& ..rtssn.rod. her young master, \dete Jurgeia in the I leads age r
554 cocW __ asin.r tar aM Genova IL is doing considerablybetter : -1-- pension plan. Another steering It

wY..a... ..,. .aver satti g k.elaetrs. at his studies. The one redeeming Hi( en Perry, pretty blonde mode! committee recently was organized
rUG_ patty, aMda... ..- : feature of Lady's report BOXCAR' Nicknamed *o Flays the bass viol in Victor to attempt passage cf a pension ;;

getting. .:: b.Q..t.:Lae. tag$ d .ia sa ty.-=:: cards is that she had a straight A the tying boxcar," the Ycj-g'. Tony Martin Show orchestra plan advocated by the American

One tntk .aarnat ..d basing .. as.tb.r in conduct for 3: weeks. Fairchild Packet cargo plane Is .. on CBS. has won a scholarship I Pension committee. I
e alp UU .omebin .WTWI rock designed to transport heavy military -
at : ? famous Geiler Theater Works' Another congressional lobbyor 1
w k 4s..a w WaIIMr ,
Tk.r..bo.M b.. ae dosM ckat weer'b cargo or airborne iafintry. ,;- Ho'lywnod which will prob- steering committee was
Ladies!
atm.at...Ie.. fi..e tha..aglct... My -be. Stand Back Scheduled for long vrcr-oeeaa abh: land rr in tbe movies first formed of 2* reareseatatires

aids.0kkM b. w a CHEYENNE. WYO. A biD requiring hops In the Pacific, the twia- th.ig you know. A friend sabmit- from western states .. determine 1
........ Shea.. .oaedicg: tar ta.-alol... ? sUed the feet engined plane has a range cf 4,004 : ted her photo m coolest
n.-Lan.. .....cnM women to a and she ways and means .,.eom-
in a&4nc- from bars when drinking in miles cruising speed .f more ; wen- How she's piajng the bass bating the efforts at enters

G.trwis.dp. away public was iatrodaced at tile present than SM miles per hoar and maximum l] viol mede'infc' awl tiseideata1ly I' ",_'ius" to deprive: ..western

session cf tie state leeisUtssre. cargo payload *f sine toax. j f bar-ms .. --- rsUr .4s a' fcr__"..... ...*

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Digest of Recent NATIONAL AIRLINES STEWARDESSESr I IU 1/TIO\\ I TAI:; uttn 0
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Opinions By Attorney I: NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVE< That KOTICE IS HBRKBT GIVEN that ;
aw Tax Aac *..cr and the Board of,' t i. Wig in8. kI"Ta Eva lades
County Commissioners will meet in Drainage District Certjlteat.uaifcired .
General Watson \ the office of the t'l.rk of tho Circuit t i%&. dated the jajijay VtSeptember
Court tn theC &lrt House in Hoor A D ISM, toOTIM A W
Ha\.n, F1 ri4a. Tweaaay, July lit, cert If:ctp in m>' offSc and hall _41apphc..t..on .-
School boards haH no aJthuril\ 147 at IB clock A. )t.. for the pare for ux deed to issue thereon '
.". of qunlUins the 1947 AsseMm in accord".ct' with law Said Ceftificate '
to team nuith: county lummi'- .'nt Roll of Glades t'ounty: of h.-.rn embraces: the otlowtllg *,
teas IB paying for )* m siwa, ntR !: r complaints u*.rssetvlpg Weti- cribvd property. situated in Uf.\ >ES:
m. n\ as tu tIM of any prnprtv i-ount Florida to-wit:
( >graBu., cording 4A _, Aitrn' \ -. real or .......... a* fisvd by the Tract 18. Section .. T.wnar.'t' 12
General J. TOm Watson of T. i:.ihamo p I srt r *$ '', nit> Assessor of taxes or per South Ranpe SI E aU
f. "ting reviewing and -qualmaff! and The assessment of the r'I'<>p-
t '
de1j\"e.'ed
la an opiatoa
IeaU. said rtlfleo.t.tved
t'> erty under the
Skate School Superintendent t'oin' :w: If inof the taxpayers of the was in the name of Frank 1Mat,. siak,
i I ., '"mty have any eonplatiitR to mk, Unless said certificate shall b celled
English, the attorney epe; ;:di M' > ,_..m..t the as.ee..-at.$ eateled according to law tax dyed
I '
that where a county Colt flUs'! !ll" I : .;net their property on the Ut'Z will tonne thereon on the ilk day "r
promises money to a aon-'duati' i i r .:a.. they are hereby requested to 4.ly. A. D. 1'47.
with the Hoard of Equalisation .
w>aDZ
l) S
(SEAL)
$1 project, such as spraymI I I'h.a I he above Mated and present
or file Clerk t ircuit Court
and claim
condition that the scho l !hl aa ? ,' ] objections written complaints!' with Ute Glades County. Ftoridk.

match its funds, the school( i, ,.., t of the Circuit 'ourt on or fif'- June '-ll-20-27, July *.
aid dateV.L.ADE8 .
itec ,' ; the
Is without legal authority Ic 4
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; NTY ('OXXISSINI
inch fund This i itkmch Is ; "rot STY. FLORIDA 1 \UTUK Of' tpl'iJc.tTIMyin
the board attempts t... :. <1, I B).' J E. Frieraon. i hawman.TFST T\\ llFIII
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tvtwe revenue from the rarm: I
: 1 *_ Weeks. l'1..rk.
That
the school i I "." d. IJ, 1947 NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN
which will to 2 I
to R D Toiler, holder of Everjlad sDrainage
4 J District Tax f0**"
'01 UT OF TIIKiuhi numbered 48 and 4t dated the bt
I IT "
st i ," lTill: I UK .
Although under general .MII Ji UK i ti (1111 I-r u. day of June, A. D. 145. has food said
a poUcena cannot mak .]1'1.; I t'I.UIlIIt1'\ \\IJ FYtlt fil.\lItl" I certificate In., office and haaade
t application for tax deed t. I.sue i ie-
)1. 'ut \T'I' ct"'tn'
hi municipality a law
ataMe Ian who also is a deputy h":'.:- rs4 Said certificates embrace the follow :
un unc': described property. situated in
for
caa pursue and arrest a per=oa cfMe T COOK8ET, GLADES County Florida *:
the city limits if a dime cr I Plaintiff BH of the SEW and .H rf the
: \"s.l KWV of the SWIG Beetle, li. andS
in hEreeenct "
misdemeanor is committed Attorney General \Nat. ,'t I I Defendant !. township:: 4S South, Rane 32

ruled.However f East .. .
hag
son >OTI K TO 'I'tUR
he added, it is dtubt'ul I I OH II IIt FlIt PI IILK:.1TIOPi > under The the assessment nd certificate of wGPerty....... was

If even A deputy shffiff uld put I: airs. Dora Lee CookaeyM27 la the name said certificates of.. r. shall JlJ'l'CllBLI.' ..e redeemed -
sue a law violat',r itsidt the I! Lawndale Avenue Unless accordlnotaWjta* deed
WeeDurham.. North Carolina
I will iacue thereon on ihs ft* day of
1 / ht I I You are hereby required to file an July A D. W4T

atL I ..gibed "on" the in Slat day court of Julys 1M7 de-. SEAL) D R WiEIIJ ,
At the County Court Hooae In Clerk Circuit Coast
Moore Harea. Glades County. Florida Glades County Florid..
I nd thereafter to file such defenses* asoou June 5. II. W. 17 Jill" ..
GUARANTEED
may desire or be advised la re- ...-
I -ipon!e to the suit above entitled
; which ill a salt for divorce Glad** Florida State Market which
Watch 'ount,. Democrat ia hereby lKrttJ were inaugurated' la 1935 and
41r .. as the newspaper In which. dab
order shall be published one a week placed under the direction of William -
for four eoBaecutlve weeKa Herein L. Wilson now operate a network -
fail not under penalty of default.
Repairing DONE AND ORDERED at Moore of 27 active Eaarketa The
Haven Glades County. Florida. thU, system is outstanding In the United -
+ 4 11th day of June 1)47
States and last year those mar-
7 DAY SERVICE (OFFICIAL PEAL IMPRESSED) kets dM $180,146 worth of
I D. S. WEEKS.
I Pat Lawless (left) and Joyce schedules! heretofore. The uniformis Clerk Glade of County Circuit. Florida Court *. **....

Sponable give a preview of the new a big change. too-from winter By F. S. Scott, Deputy Clerk I I "' cwt

Our large repair depart- uniforms being donned this month maroon to pearl gray Cap is gray,, COUPE &: JOHNSON. t,
I reminder Have paid
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ment is now able to give 7 by NAL's stewardness corps Appropriately -, blouse white gloves white shoe: Moore Haven for 1'I..ntICt.FloridaSolicitors I
I your pledge for the swimming pool
day service on watch repairing enough they put on the I'| are navy and white spectators and J. M. <'"u!e .
uniform simultaneously with i I Jun' ;::11_ :; Ji h! 4. i fund
new a navy shoulder bag completes th
We have a staff of highly -
the adttnt of Nationals new luxury ''I' costume You'll be seeing it at OUt

competent and skilled liner the DC-6 Buccaneer "400," of_ the_ 15__ Florida cities !served! tn -- -, - --

workmen who turn out gua- which ii clipping flight times by I National Airlines in Its system covering -
nearly one-third over the fastest 10 states and Cuba
ranteed work. We use nothingbut .
HOMOGENIZEDVITiUHN'D'
genuine parts and materials )
limits of a county on a warrant from Organization for housing students

Send us your watch a city court alone or Tor violation I unable to pay their expenses, is MILKAnd

Special attention to mail or- I only of a city ordinance. He pOint- exempt from taxation.

ders. Registered and certi- led out that many municipalitiesin ] Dean R. C. Beaty of the tnlvers-

their charters from the state have I ity of Florida has advised the at
fied watchmaker in charge.
special provisions allowing police! torney general that the house had Other Alfar Products

officers powers not contained in the been given to the state board of

general act, and that each such arrest -I education under a trust agreementby AVAILABLE AT YOUR

by a municipal officer outsidethe which the owner was to receive
H. GluckmanJEWELER
municipality would have to be $150 per month for the rest of his GROCERY AND

judged by the particular laws in life. Alachua county had taken ..._.. .

each case.Attorney. the view according to Dean Beaty -. -
DRUG STORE
that such an arrangement made the .
1012 First Street
General Watson has advised residence liable for taxes The at-

Fort Myers Florida Alachua county tax authorities toraey general said the courts have
held that property conveyed in
Gainesville LFAF
I that a residence in
trust for charitable purposes may
for use of the Cooperative Living
be held tax exempt


CREAMERY GO.
\ reserve officer is entitled to

17 days for military training each, Phone 20, Belle Glade, Fla. and
year without lot of state salary or

Get the Habit of Shopping at other beitefttsv_ a'd-Attorney General West Palm Beach, Fla.Sunday .

Watson says ft itoesn make

any difference how short a time

he has worked for the state He
The I
In is entitled to such military leave

of absence ne matter how short a I I

.mUy j i1 % FortMyer time h@basworked."Tbi"leave r -

of absence is for a patriotic service -
I. : and Monday
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Dept. *, to the country" the attorney

general added "It in t
no manner
Store Ha. affects his right to the annual two March of Time

I weeks vacation with pay customarily -
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1 allowed public employees" Russia NobodyKnows"
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Easy Terms on Purchases $10 or More | The state supreme court has held ; .

| that disabled war veterans may not Y

BUY UtOM GUI C\TLOC-Over 100.000 items claim tax exemption for dancing I Ii
SATURDAY ONLY i
,, I places, although they may be exempt ,-
from other occupational = Sunset Carson in
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reuse taxes, aye Attorney Ii-I I

I Watson He had been asked f ALIAS BILLY THE KID !
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Comptroller C. Gay if a disabled i

:: From where I sit... ty Joe Marsh t veteran Is exempt from the $100 Serial and Two Color Cartoons
; license required of each dance hall ; I

and if a disaWed veteran is exempt -- --
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from license taxes required on coin SUNDAY and MONDAY I
Can't Break
vending machines The attorney

general Mid that the exemption applied -I : Spencer Tracy in t.I

4\ I to $50. bat that if the
; His Good Habits! ap t
I Veteran wants to operate more STANLEY and LIVINGSTON

I vending machines than an be 11-I I f

ceased for Ube must pay at the
Bert Chikters was saying its save every single thing that might regular rate. Fox News and March of timeX .

lousy how so many of our wartime possibly be used again. !I- y I

habits .tick with us. From where I sit, it's mighty rTUESDAY and WEDNESDAYYou
I The legislature has "PI t
Bert likes plenty of butter on his good that so many of these commonsense '
cities and to nary"l
powers over Robert
and
inLady
bread but even now h. can't get habits like thrift andover i i Florida, subject only to the I Montgomery
it like it moderation have stayed with us.
spreading was scare and
i stitution, can provide the way
as h.n's teeth. And as a war- Because they belong in America in which they may annex territory I In The Lake

worker Bert used to stick to a along with tolerance and mutual&emperaterlallofbeerontimeotf ; the Hillsborongh county lawmakers!Ii

; respect for one another's rights. j were advised by Attorney General

and he still holds fait to beer and They're habits that have helped to i Watson. f Plus Sheepshape Popular Cartoon

moderation. make this country strong and I He pointed out in response to an, i And Housing Problems

neighborly and free. inquiry from then that under the
Sam way with Bert's wife. She I' _
I special act of the city of Tampa.
not .*ly has BO trouble saving the legislature can prescribe for it I THURSDAY and FRIDAY

and fats, and saute paper. She's qff.a,. "IJ annex territory, either by an
f' \" I Ito
lean" from wartime necessity to OC.nn1911.UAile4SIataBeF" election of all the voters in both STRANGE JOURNEY
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I 1 the oU and the new territory or L

l,'"separate eeMU in each, either .-"
_q lot Biramet carry by twothtrds -

vote. .- .








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